Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: May 29, 1908
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: VID00335
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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.. .1 J) Oc.*laSlBMl Parch***, ..... 2O. IO Kissimmee City'J.May' 29. 1908, Vol.. XI Ne.MQNTHLY '." 22.

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:' MEETING j jI' County Nominee. .f CLOSING EXERCISES j c '- ,w' .. ' - '"v


:, OF COUNTY SOLONS. ,.there The at being the Democratic court present. house CountV T.last M.Committeemet .Monday Murphy, j OF HIGH SCHOOL j ,".... .,". -

chairman. T. W. Ellis, secretary; J. / .. - .\, '" II. .

W. Miller and J, B. Steffee' In person I .. ,. '. _
: z *i1B.: Clay, Secures Contract for ,,and several. other. bv proxy.L. : I Large Audiences_ Attending Each; ...j:!<>,'+..,"/'! .*.'..,....f..1t, .>:i'' '.,. ,, .. ". ,.

A. Minx:, through his attoroejr, r.1 .....- --_....-
Making County'tiarts.lnvesti- I J. W, Oliver,entered a protest. against Evening and Splendid Programs J( i'l. ,\ .' : : ; \ !

canvassing the returns from precincts 1 .' ,:. "!" :' .. :'i:" ;
Marl ; ; , ,: ,
gating Deposits.K&SIMalEE No. 2. 6 and 7, alleging that In precinct . Being Rendered.The '.. ',',.
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loo. 2 some of the. managers wereunder F
FUn May 4,* 1008. the. influence of liquor while the commencement exercise: of OaOAOla -. .;..' r.. r
+ f The Board ofCouutvCommiedoneralines High School are now In. progress '
in and 1.\1..10\ all -
voting was ,
In regular session at 10 o'clock: a. three of the progress sbove-named reclbct.& and are being attended by quitea .... f' "ei t
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'' on' tbe. there number of visitor from a distance. .
.: being ballots were preparedfor voting out } > -i, ,
1-:...,9sJ .'WaltAlr-.., sr.,, chairman, side of the booth and contrary. .law. j The opening exercise: were, held oo 1Pr '-. 'I I * 1
.. Wednesday evening, when a recitalby -
He asked the committee
to seta
', '' Godwin, J U.tWalirerrCommbdon-, -., the classes. In and music 1 :
for a hearing and give him a chance Nti< I
; / ''ersj; P,' A. Van Agnew Attorney for to present evidence provingbis alle was given, and enjoyed by one of the 'n '. '

""t the Board and A. E. Donegan, D. C. gatton. After discussing the matter, I largest: audiences ever assembled In '. '.

The mlnutos of the last. meet. .og were. the. committee. decided they had DO alternative , the auditorium. '" .
read and approved.. but to canvass the returns If The entertainment wag of a high or- ,-V'), "
"' Pension William A, tier, and reflected much credit Miss
application on 10
In which I '
tent ,
they they
were ..
Smith was approved. ,' proceeded Coda, finding that the following Blaslngaine. and Madam Del Antonio, Paint aiidi PaperImprove I' A :JiI'; 1
r), 4 Pistol bonds of W. A. Prescott, nomination. for county officers teachers, respectively: in' .elocutionand 7. '. ,'ri,"".
Wrry O. F. .. and W. music '
Yates u. J. I
t.Y Boatwrigbtt were I examined and ap"pro.ed bad For'been Representative made: . S. Aoree. j| The recitations. ; which Included several and'l.OUI' bouse.I \ -J:
will be 1907ample ; ,
I extracts from ,1}
>\h Shakespeare'play, 'I Y .
For Clerk of the Circuit Court-Arthur J
tl Communication from Mr. M. Kate, E. Dooegan. ,were rendered in a most.. pleating man book: to your7 house and .. I
treasurer of the V. I, S., thanking the For Superintendent of Public InetructloD :nor, and brought forth thunderous. applause make any suggestion In the latest > .
Board for their donation, wa received from the large audience. decorations .that you may desire.Drop ",0
and -W, J. Sear. The musical me a card and I will Cheerfully -. -
filed. tis "
part of the , :
For Tax Collector-C. L, Bandy. programwas ;, .
The also furnish esilm.teson paper ,
following proposition was madeto I highly appreciated by the I .
Fur Tax A..ei.or-J.;Overstreet
-.:. theo : For Tre..urer-B. C, Miller. audrance,; particularly. . the. vocal duett and paining ; ,:. : .I : i... Jt I :
To. the Board of County Commission. For Sheriff -C. F. by Uses Mary Carson; and Eleanor : .; ,. "
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a. ere Osoeola County. For County Judge-W. R." Joanston.For Van Duxor, which brought. forth' a A :, .

-I-t") I propose to make a 'oomple map Prosecuting Att.ol'lIey-G. J F.! *,,hearty encore. LORE Q A".a1E\ .'. .
i>f County showing "See ,
Osceola topogrs4)hy ftrlbbs. Saw a song and acting 'in ,. I 1"
of town' .postofHoe*; county. which the children took partwas a "
road,' railroads; Commissioner district For. Orlffln.Supervisor. of- Regl.trationC.W. > \happy representation. of school children .. 'ORLANDO. FIXHUDA.HEALTH.AND .. 'JH ".. .

_, .* and election district. ; for the. For County. Surveyor. W. Oliver.' at. play,' and proved very en. I :, ,

sum of (330 and furbish one copy to For Commissioner Dlst. JOY able feature. the program. ',,; ,'
County '
each' county. officer, to be paid for Lesley. The last number on the program '
No. 1-K.: L. -
'when accepted by the Board of County For County. Commissioner' Diet.pfo. wa' the Maypole uanoe, without whichno NOTTS NlrWINK PILLS I ,
Commissioners ; 4 Elmer: K, n.....
sad and
women prod atrennth 'tt.lltr
within six months', or less time. complete. fourteen little girls clad JWhythe
S For County. Commissioner, Dlst.No. .. build up the.ystema.A, renew the oorm.1 ; :
;((8Irne4)) W. B. CLAY, C. E. 6-J. 11. Walker. in 'fancy costumes. presented most. vigor. For isle by Oaceola 1'harmaojr or by <
,ro "'(Dated) MAY 3d, 1908. For Member School Board, DI.... pleasingly this old but ever new troll f 1-00 per box,i box* lor vS.QO. : . ,
Upon motion of J. S. Stratton, coo* No. 1-W. C. 8.... feature and, madea most. happy .1.
; ooded by W. R. Godwin which motion For Member School Board, Dist.; ending to an exceptionally well ; ,.

carried) the above proposition was accepted. No. 2-E. 1$. Brown. rendered program. J Ladies'Home ; .f' .
Thursday evening the declamation ,
1 For Member School Board, Dist.Tto3 .
, \'> Road Supervisor Overstreet. made -J. B. Tumblin. contest. brought.out another large .
bl. report, which was read and died. audience. There :.
For! Comml..t.eemen-St.atAl.. A. E.Donelr.n were eight contestants
Bond of P. C. Hodges, as Constable. Congressional M. J. Hicks each of whom showed careful , .
.with W. C. Bass and L U. Ingram a ; ; training. and '
evinced decided histrionic '
Senatorial J. W Miller and T. W. i.1.
urlt.leat each In the sum of 500, was jpwer.' The judge. were Mrs J. T.' -
Kills; County, precinct No. 1, T. M. ,
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approved. Murphy; precinct No. 2, J. It. SteTee, Ootson and Messrs.. A,li. Jarrell and :
Cattle report of Chas. W. Bas R.. O. '
wast Meek, the latter of whom delivered ,
Jr.? precinct No. 3, W, I. Campbell;
filed. the. medal.! Mr. Meek-stated. that. .
No. 4 A. E.
Whaley precinctNo. "
,} 'Report of County. Treasurer was precinct. -Young Tlndall; precinct; No. e, the task. : of decldlolt'between the contestants ,I' 4.

filed..Poll < J. M. Monsdoo'a No. 7 U. Hi: had been a most. difficult, one M '
precinct ,
t tax. reports from check with ; for ..
committee, but that taking all ..
Alderman precinct No.8. F. W.11111. Jou"roal .
F' stubs, "amount W8<< ordered deb ; ;; ;; }
was In County. Commissioner districts point into consideration. wa their . !''t .
ited. No. 2 received decision that the medal should go to
and 3 candidates
; : License reports, I&.10, wa also or'dered Miss Ruth Uutler. This decision met. .
majority vote, and Overstreet and t
: debited. with the hearty. approval of the. audience \ : .
.. ; Reave and Mann and Stratton. wilttherefore 1
Treasurer's report show the. following bave to enter the second primary a* was evidenced by the storm of '. . .. ..:: ;'
balance band .
in the
on yartous.a they! haying received.the highest apolause, which followed the announce Patterns. :.
funds '
.U naral:f.- _.j.. it . . *.1, '18 Vote -to their respective district. went 4J. REDD: ITT ; /.rJ: :tl
r Fine and. forf.........' .. ......t.... ... .; 44 411 Tonight the annual debste 'of the f.t ,, }
' School. fond..... . . .a. ... ... M* Pbilomathlan. Literary Society. Will ... I ,
Neadfund ...,,..,), .<',,0', .. .. I Park Trammel! Grateful. be held. when the question. at Issue # \ .. .. '
1 hl .. .. ... f LM8 7a "' \Y J04. B. I A tiP ,
.i..oh.6' *" will .,. : .,
. IXge... .;<. . To the of Florida: .: Resolvedthatvapltal ' ; '
Rap. Wo. *...',. . . '.1.t.; 114117 _.., :sa.D.. Ne.4.r: >..,,* ,..,,,,..r.,.-v.".. tMi I nature I wish to thank: appreciative the On Sunday at 11 a m. the' pua.j Are Best
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rIil Ilaklaeto. ..l., . .... ............. fr.. aM many thousand who favored me with oommneoeraent Hrmoa will be .. and, ..e. my, Line of Watches, .
ed by Rev. J. B. Mitchell of Orlandoat ,. .
[ For which she filed a certificate of their support In the. .-01. primary. "
deposit with the Stave Bank of Kiss irn.tree. .. I am extremely: grateful for the..IDaa-- the Auditorium. s.

.;: nUtoent vote given me for Attorney Any article of ewelr11'Pr mpt.I1. Or- .
y Tat'Collector'. report showed lobe General!.,. and nave only the kindest Regular meeting' of County. ComPwissfoners : : .'. ,. .
following balance uncollected: feeling for those who from their own next: Mond., .'dered upon Request. 3B I '.: .

Cee relrn .. ..- .......'.... ...J\Jf 51 honest reasons and high privilegeoast ', < ., ... ., .
h', C-ooqr.nbool . ...... ..'. ,. ........... S.WI1 n The School Board will meet. In regular BICYCLE SUNDRIES. ., .,..f'". ." }.,\\-y.;! .
; their ballots for I d
c....... ...... ..,.... .....,............... .. L1' VII my opponent. session next Tuesday. : '.:., ',.' ,', ,. ,. -' ... .
c...."' .___.: ... ...,tI47. .. 491 M shall In the future with. increased endeavor I I. 'l. or., .. : ,,: ",,,I \\. m
e. . A *.. a .. ::.'.".. 41.. ...........( ;;,;.. MM strive to be a loyal, true and Mrs. G. T. Slngletarv. spent a'few i' ,; \ 1 ;'I .. I ,,4x:, fljl':7\ ': .': ".//t. I.. '< 'I%!; ," .,
p. & 8. D. No. ... .. ... ...'.. '. .,ootl .... w: 'f/4"t1;/ ': .' Ift.f., Yli .
BS SH : ; ,
r. '" | aggressive servant to the whole people day at White Spring last,week: Osceola ; '' : ,
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8. 8. D Me. 4. ........ .. .....-wftBU. County I' .r." 1 .: ,.. .,J .' )
: exattdned.o9prored and hope to merit a continuationof r ; 1\1\ ," + I.f I'
following bill. ; ;. .' '
Pi* were : the confidence of the people ofFlorida. Mr' Leonard William, of Lough.. . (', e.; ':;'lii ( : 'I' 'J 'i 2. .
/ and warrant drawn: man 1* spending today in town . : ,
d' .
k. yy.i 4w ........* Camr. a.0........ ...., N .. Respectfully, Abstract -:' ......., .'. ; '. .
1 '.I. k. Bran/mi/ ". ....",.. ..' 400 I -_ PARK TRAsn ELL.. Regulat- 'monthly mee..lnll'. the CompanyS. BecauseThey ; : '
J.8.8trattaa ," . . 'S OU Lakeland, Flat May.%3,'1908,' Town Council next .
.. w. R. 0oll..... :'. .. .. 00 Tuesday nlifht.By : -
J. H. WaIk_ ...,.. . ..a 00 reason of June add being legal : ,
''' ''K .*. !\..L O..Bandy.ritr.I.DI.....Col'r eom'a.Mim. _..'.....-.. .. *1Min wHU > North Carolina Goes Dry. holiday the Stale Bapk: will not open H.'BULLOCK.)MAMAOER. .

.,.- '. M. 1s. UIMn". _'. .. .- N for business. ., ) are prettiest,
W. B.,--*_ '" 1:0: Ct . 1L\ Raleigh, N. C.i. May26.-The pros .
X. A. Ba"repaIra]auk .,. II 0K blblttonticket carried seventy-eight/ .Mill Eunice Anderson,of Plant City. Real estateTitle Theyare'simplest' .
E. CLMtr.aal''tlkAAudJivoUurU. 87 examined and .
: reported on
I friend.
visiting In
of the counties town during -
out ninety-eight
1-H dae work at Pone by majorities Taxes: paid for non-residents '
. ... Ii The commencement. '
74 approximating: 48,600. .
"WTiv'unMMan. PeorVarmaodeareof Instrument relating to real estate They are most .
aal'raaSupfc i
pauper.........,..-...... 10 00 anti-orohibltlon. .ticket' ba, twenty. Mr. and Mr*:'J. M. Dlokenson left caref'llli.dl'a \ ?
8. C.O. lido.Co.. eupvlle* Poor Farm.tiee.'Ovvritre ; 8 t 7e counties by majorities approximating this morning for a three: months. soJourn ... 'They are' individual r
**. par rail, mad nanda.. 425 00 ((1,600. This calculation is based on In England.A #- \
J. W ton .... :vtoo4M Correspondence Solicited.
estimates and prohibition leaders
0 sdw.. hdw. say
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3 f.: C.,. ....... bolts Co.eta. road for work.road.. ..*. a 74 It. I* possible that the .prohibition regular communication. of Orange :1' They are never,extreme. '
_. Lama-: I......... fro rOftd 14 el(70S majorities will, reach fifty_ thousand.Theelection . Blossom Lodge F. & A. M..wlll beheld .'
w.. G_ Co.. ... her;,;: ........ .. passed off' quietly. no next: Monday evening. 'They '' "
are always stylish '
'i 4.. n.W.pC ou.t wrlrwirn'm.werk :. .: ft I Oil OK disturbance. any moment being re MrsT W. 'J. Waring, of Lakeland, is NUBIItN'ltli I' I

.H. W. B. pr.w Cy auppltea.! ... .. .. IO'IIit ported. Total. telecast was 175000.)( ( here attending. commencement and visiting They ore.ecopomlca1 '
: > Co. bolta < '
kli road work.
W. >. on p rr
:rt reratt.Co. (Court;; eol U .. :. 'J her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. I
I .O. P. Kirmtt,....'.on ftnO. . .. . ... Dr. Goldstein Coming.Dr. Pfann. I "' <
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Prevatt.feed for prkwners 24 SU I
"' <. Co Jndsv'a Court eoet* R. ''Goldstein, the celebrated Miss Madeline Hill returned from \ .: ..' "
87 fia'
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to it
J.w.-.. Moon.vniasium....7.Co.....JudrV-Court,*-. ...' .. ..oat. 4HW optic. specialist of l amps, will be'a' OI' I. attending. school, .--1 At Our .
<). F. ....* Uourteoate .. ... ..... l III' 74KtMlmmeeTeL the Gravstone. Hotel, Monday and Thursday, and went out. to Narooosseeto Keeps : Pattern Counter. ,
Vo. rent of phone.Kla .. M Tuesday. June 1st and 2nd (two days spend the summer vacation with : '. ,
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>lmmea VL CeMtte printtns.C 21 Kt ,
. only ) and parties desiring to- see him her parents.Rev. :
.... ,111611.IC.p.htCjKli.nU.JaU
M..lh td.Riem..a.wkr.h. ..... .... should call early. Dr. Goldstein has Father Fox of You Well I : '
HIw. ; .. ::. .::: 7 STbe : visited us before and those. who have :, Orlando, will 10c( and 15c.v1
Klsclmmee 89
come to Sunday on
of road work .
pay with '
tried him are satisfied his treatment S- .i- '
Sunday school at 4 .
p. m. services .
w tip examined: and approved: ,
and his is such that
O. W. A.h_ M danatlptK tans reputation 7:30 p. m;. and mass at 8 o'clock: Monday I
John Hall ..? II r .t Leo 26 we do not hesitate to recommend him morning In the ch.pel..L the borne : I ". .
Lou... Durham. 20" at 1.60 "OUtreo in the highest. terms He Is oar of.Mr, A. Tress, 4 It Is an l : : .
Eartar: WarrenCsTjatar ..a3 .t 180 tlcularly! successful in the treatmentof I 6 . .. -

I- r14, ..... .....10.rN" ". at 1.M 15 (. neural*la of the. eye and bead Hon W. J.;:"Bears; who was reelected A';'' .. .. ,h....: \ J.. ' 'I :
at 1.60isij !m 87 ,. .., .. I ,
4 .sit"'r4 'dN1J Ideal\ ....t' I n"r .; t. .1 I., ,
A?h Fate sum......... $ at MO\ MM.eUO as Superintendent of_: Hubllo Instruction .q I" \ -:. .....'. .. ill ill'
Louie step....... 14t _* ".!O Carry workhouse.Pittsburg by a handsome majority from .'" .. .y4'" ,fir fC'jI.'It!\ : .. "'!If<, ,!..,, .., v a
Ii" at l.W/ 1-J: 74t1 Sent to Osoeola In last. week' primary RendyfoConstipa J . ... <
Was t.IraLmsYnI.r. :.1"' .. / tas county. I ... ). ":. '
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at A .
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Will Y._.... .; . . ..UHenrjr at 1JX :: MIAi I Pa., 27. Na was In' this' city from Kis l ', "" '1f. .'I..t..... ." .C4t, "'., .1' ,
. May : .
.SuUlyan.: 8. at 1.60 simmee yesterday.-South FloridaSentinel" .... < \ .
V- wtl"l nler.'" . ... . 1 at l.M eo 't.lonwa.. arrested here' early this ( '." .1t :itofl\fJJ" .:\ ) ". J' .
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.elkellesvr. sal at a tsen morning on a charge of scolding and: 'n' .
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.jSaCampbell.JopMall ...u.' ". .fI.,14, : I.AOat I embarrassing four m.Q In public. Hbe Messrs. Thurmaii Jc Loll who with sr"1 tlo I'', -.. i."f., ; .>' \ '.; : ,.. (f" .
r Albert 3ampboU.- LOO: ,2a> was fined twenty-five. dollars and costsor their new well-boring,machine havebeen .. < .. ; -
+ Jim ..... ........wwk . . . .. 100aotti thirty days in the workhoyie. The sinking well the. : . . .I
. . .. a near bathing: "
1 t1 Oae Oventreef. wielder of the hatchet .... ', ''f. . ,
d ." refused to pay pool on the Oravstone bowl grounds, Indlgest'Blllo I '. ,. -, .."., ... \:'If!! . .. ''. ,
"f.4al..i.4. .. .. 4ttM the fine and will be reut to the county bad the. misfortune. this week: to bf-eak ',. ," : t' "'! ..

The general pre8entnRen6 of grand workhouse this afternoon. She saidas their drill off about 234 feet below the . \ :> '. '.: _.; r. C'"ff'"It ": .' ', ::- ;.. :- ,

jury scat read to the Board and then she left the court room: *'1 bad surface and all ell'ort.a0 gel it out ? :- -= % ls- _.__.. l .. '''.111 "'.._ ..

chairman was appointed as.a con mil- rather. go to jail than go to hell have so far proved unavailing. When ..r "t .. '. \ .- .' J it.iii
a, tee pf one to confer with the Sheriff la the accident happened'the drill had andDyspepsia .

regard to'recommendation made by Boy) will be Boys reached a depth of 341 feet abd It was ness 4 4I

-tb* grand jury, and to report. at tbeWxt and their intention continue until a good := '"
are always getting scratches,cuts,
v ..
: meeting.
flow of water bad been secured: The .CC Niter.
' sprain;;' bruises:, bump, burns or ,
d I Deputy. Clerk' A. EDODea.n.,...p- scalds.,, ',Don't neglect such thipgsthey well now flows a small stream but not

ported &. land b* bad ReadlSupervisoor may result. serloua if -you do. sufficient; to supply the swimmingpool..

\'Ii ,. tions of from I Apply Ballard's Snow Liniment 'according -- - -- -- -. I iaxl
'containing deposit of marl, and that ,;
J5 P-..... .be r*bad of' land taken with the a.matter view. of no purchasingsame with' own I.trouble.will relieve* to PrioeZSo.directions t.he'p.ln.60o right and and-11.00.awav'andit heat.. Sold-the. DR.. E. F; AKERS, ash'It.Bowels Is good and for the Blonol.,1 Liver Kidneys, 'Btom-4 tt'C.': W B ANN: : I i*

r 1 County. figures by tbe by, Roberson'a Pharmacy.The It takes the place of calomel'and leaves .

r' DENTIST no bad s ftlll'effect..
With' reference' to Improvements It Is Headed in- the Summer.
official 1 1 tabulated of Spring.! ,
:around court' yard, chairman return theprimary y
was appointed Fall and
omce over Orlando Bank and Trust and WIDtirt by .Men, Women *
compiled the .
a oom tea of one) to conferwith County iliiltlren.. THELOUTFTTTER.. .
y Executive Commute will be Co; Phone T3.Crown" . ,
the Sheriff"and to report at the found on III.extremely' ; ' htJd... -
nextfneetlng.r: :: '; : the last page Of this paper 7IrI Bridge and. Porcele.n'work. a I like ItBuy bottle ps fromsuit's .
z ',.. ThVe' .being''no" further* bu........'I C.,'W.'bann-bas recently losti1141d Specialty, v . ." . ... .. .....

I_ y. :Board adjourned,again to meet la..... a handsome large gtaas ease. *for d 1s- NoTZH-Tbose! desiring 'my service "' -

'r nlar,! .. ..1:' regular: meeting, playing, foods, This ease 1.' the should make.atrrangineot ,>n. advance. .R fir, .. .. .. ,

: L. .,. LBsUl'l': perk . ;handiwork; ,,of Contractor .A.. . t.r ._ .
,'Bj. 'ABTHT7V E.. DONVOaN,:D. C.. ;; - ORLANDO,.'FLAB.. ICI5SIJUIeB.: Pi.i1.'
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Or Abolish It Altogether Is Suf f..lion ,.. Mte Wood Lo,.s Her Divorce -SuitAt '
-- I A cablegram received from lO'ntJt: ,.
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of College Profewor. aim! Aged Senator.
A* Result of Raging Flood. .in Measure Goes by the Board t> By Representative Crumpack Jamaica,'from Minister Rule pt Colom. ,
Chicago lil.- Arevolutionary revisIon New York, N. Y.-Mae C. Wood. bla reports that tornado J1ao'.4eatrot. .

) Vicinity of Fort W orth.If. of, or even the abolition of, the I Await December. Sea. ion..... .. whosesuit for an Absolute, divorce ', is Appfpved'by House. ed the port and town of'' Santa'iarta, '

I ..constitution of 'the United Stit': ., was I I-- .. ...t ft'cm United States Senator Thomas C. Colombia.. F'
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?' KNOWN DEAMJNSEVEN! advocated address of the by University delivered Professor at of Charles the Chicagoan annual Zueblin All HOUSE, FAILED JO APPROVE., Plait In the o suJH\New me York courtIer', has been several on da trial>'s, DEMOCRATS"pifESJ--- -- VAINLY nor was The Hughes made New a York law signed Saturday''anti-bucket the measure wben shop CJover.pass bin\ ,,

was committed to1 the Tombs prison
I Alumni Association '
banquet of
the Pal Upsilon
Property Loir'Cannot at Yet Be ) : of the Northwest, Friday And When e"'J. wee ConfroBtoil by.Deadlock late ThursdVy% after Justice O'Gorman Indiana Congressman Get His Lent ed by tbu 1 legislature
:- had dismissed 'tue: complaint In her action Tied Campaign Acdordln to,,* poll taken by New
nigh to
mated Hundred or Blail It Asjroed to Drop ProvUion Nursed Pet Messurs prohibition. W
a' "Eati.j Professor Zuoblln spoke on the and ordered her held In 5,000 Orleans representatives, r .

: Stock .and Sheep Were ., "' "Fundamental Fallacy of Our Govern' from Postal BilL ball on a charge cf perjury. P"b1icltBilL: will carry thirty votes In the'house foi?
". with The decision m Senator Plait's favor ----- state dr>'nes* and a majority for prohibition
- -. ment. He Illustrated his theory .
and'the sudden and sensational end of' exempting New Orleans '
Fort Worth Texai. Scvea peopla( criticisms of American political condi Washington.( -For the second time Washington.' D. C.-A '
i tho suit came after a day which the In of the late
tions. Next to tlie: foolishness\ of our. contribution' bill embodyingn : A monument memory
) are 'known to be dead<< 5.000 ar tome- Institutions he viewed with disgust within twenty-four hours the house defense occupied largely with the introduction ( publicity of Senator. Marcus, A. Hanna was, dedi. ,
lets, a dozen or nuro are reported to the lack of intelligence!, ot, the elector Saturday, following a discussion of twohours of expert and other testlnldny & Mr. Crumpacker reduction In .sated !.t ceveland.: O., In the presence '

Lave been killed Jn 'F.rtVoith and ate. In fact h drclaieil that the average \ ; rejected the mall subsidy provision attacking tue authenticity' of the the Indiana providing In lor the a house of representatives of many distinguished guests ,and thou::
documents by which' the 1Ialntllr'as representation
S''lss'Ilt'rdaman' sands spectators
la "thouj.indJ: I. of \
M North Fort Worth as a result ot the \ for,ocean steamships Previously seeking 'to ,establish her alleged(: marriage In those state Slaving '
of feet above\ t lite average American similar action was taken with by The special train bearing SOD students -
fr1'eatl'tlt ilse In the history ot the! respect to Senator Platt. Mils Wocd was dlsfranchlsement laws was pased
Trinity 'river whIch,'beginning at 7:80: college Iotraduale'or"buvlness' I man in to the senate amendment to the recalled to the stand in rebuttal.' She the house Saturday, by a voto of,!ICO to of (tIle agricultural college to the '

Saturday evening,. reached' a ,climax political intelligence. I I poatofflce appropriation bill' \ reducing was asked If, after hearing tile testimony I' 1251: following a lively dabnte. i' Oklahoma state field meet at Oklahoma -.
at I o'clock Sunday afternoon.: Five I 1\\.1' have a habit of proudly apply. I the number of dare upon which weigh about the. marriage certificate, I 'Jhe measure wag brought up under City. crushed into a special car. '
IIIR to our el\es a phrase about 'gov.I ings of mall to.1!be conducted with and minutes near Klpley. Conductor Allen was killed
of lha deaths: occurred Sunday and two j are she still leltcrated that the defendant sunpenslon\ of the! ruIn foily
flat urda)' night. I ernment of the* "P4oplefor..; the people, i' the'' remit that the pontomce: bill for gave her the certificate aa she previously was allowed In which to dUcuasIt. I and twenty students severely In.
'ollowl.lg 'the torrentiaL\- rains. fffiflturday by Ow people, said the 1II'l'akl'r.'e the third time was sent back to con- testified. .The southern Dll'lI1bers.Jn pnitlc- i jured. '

and Sunday a volume of. sevfn ;,, really think this applies to u.'e feience, all other features.''Ot the bill "1 still reiterate It,'!, she replied. ular. were bitter In their denunciation I The death Is announced ot Franco t .
Inches the rivE'wt'nt, throe Inchon think! that "we elect our presidents, but being agreed to b;' unanimous 'cuu. Justice Gorman turned to Miss of the apportionment\ provision of the Coppee In' Paris. lie was a. French

,: above the rficord-tneaklng flo-d of wl1 do not. j sent. N Wtodvbiid; polnUdly questioned her bill., I poet and dramatist and was born in ,,

3889. I As soon as the action of the house She repeated her assertion that the Mr. Williams, /the minority lender 1842. '
Stock \ahied at 'uany 'tlioiijjnds of I PEACHES IN PLENTY FOR l oTHAM.I was announcedIn the' senate, Senator marriage occurred as she had stated. was especially vigorous In his attach, The Globe (Ariz) 'National lank ..

dollars, Including 2.500 .hc I'. penned' I --- I Penroae moved to recede from the remaining She admitted that Senator Platt never characteilzlng the bill as,being, '\air attempt which closed Its doors November .4.
up In the stock j *rd. In, :.Noith" F 'it 'New York Expects Prlte to Be' Lower I senate amendments and discharge supported her, and when the} court to revive the conditions. of reconstruction after a' run. has reopened: prepared to

.4 :Worth' was washed down stream, and! This/ Season "Than In Years. the conferees. The motion was, asked her If sha did not consider It da).. :After the Crum- pay'. all depositors. ,

4 destroyed. The progeny loss cannot New< York, N. Y,-:New; Yark City' carried, and tne congressional work on the duty of a husband' to,support his packer amendment tae democrats voted '- W. It. Hat'ls.; private secretary- the

be estimated as >et. will have a larger supply! of peaches : the bill thus completed. The eRect Is wife, she replied: againstt.icbHI_ ; __ In Its. entirely. )late Governor John Sparku died at his ...
The paraljsU of railroad Services Is this summer than it has had In a dozen I to leave the mall subsidy provision out "1 do, but as long as he was not home In Carson, N.v., Saturday f'&
almost total. Tile Interurban baa ills-' years and (the consequence will be of the bill and thus effectually dispose enough: of a gentleman to do so, Itiever AN IMPORTANT CONFLUENCE Through tho death' of Governor Sparks
' was washed down stream and will be restored Reports from nearly all 'of the ----- ---- Senator Plait's counsel then movedfor Between Agricultural Department Officers buildings has been brought to. .aptandstlll.
by tomorrow morn lug. The "' HOUSE a dismissal of the complaint. It 't
southern peach orchards are favorablefor and Meat Inspector Slated. 4
& made lid effort to operate
Ilock Island fffrthwlth by1 Justice "
neither did the Fort Worth and both a large and a flue crop -news :---- / wag Waklilngton. D.: C,-An Important 'train nerUce'on the Mississippi Central
?; trains Denver. The 'Frisco detonred. In fact from the Georgia raisers being particularly President l Is Anxious to Have
not a road escaped more or less,damsige. favorable. Bob" Mad. Vlee-Admlral. ") cannot, : credit the plaintiff's evidence '.partment of agilculture and meat Inspectors burg was Inaugurated Saturday. The
.* The same generate favorable report United read Is be extended to
Washington D. C.-President Hooper as to the alleged marriage and from all parts of the to Scranton ,
!tow boats from Handle-: Whltp City comes from all of the peach-raising veil la' making a strong effort to have the testimony as It Impresses the courtIs I States will be be'd at Chicago beginning 1\1 1M I. '

and Lake C mo: hauled to the scene of sections.\ Including the orchards in I Hear Admiral Evans made a vice ad. that this. Is a most wicked design I May 25 and will' continue for The second section\ I of Southern:; Pa' 4

overflow on street cars wagons and In the north. There has been a strong I miral In the United States navy. Admiral 'to support a false and fictitious. claim several dajs. The prlmaiy objl"ct11\ cHic train :No." 1C, known as the Ore- 'M'
!, lathe advance In growth In all\ the orchards Evans drove be to secure, if 1,061(1be: a more vinlfoim .
1: introl wagons figured/; proinlnently to the white house by 1ogery and perjury /:01oxllrl"lIS, was wrecked at Pinole. 4
) work of rescue heard from with heavy foliage conditions -: Friday to pay his respects to the pres Forthwith Justice O'Gorman ordered enforcement. of the new regulations Cal!. One man was tilled and four In-

A woman, a child and Hirer (nwn'eI'rf'Bent with a promise of protection ; ident. The latter was enthusiastic In Ming Wocd committed to the Tombs governing Inspection of meat under Jured. 'r-

4' the known victims of the the ngalnflt. inoljture.every ,:danger/ excepting exces- ,: his praise for the successful mannerIn on the charge of perjury fixing her the law.Representing, Marshall, aged 9, and Derwood<< aged "

Hood. The dead' body of the '\man __ _______ I which Admiral Evans had conducted ball at $1>.000. the department of agriculture ,7. the sons cif \flay Cunningham, were
floated past the foot of East Fourth the cruise around the Horn and the She was obviously staggered by the (IP meet the more than' one drowned' In a creek near their home

v ctreet about daylight Sunday and created UNVEILING\ OJ! SOUTHERN CROSSWill I naval'officer was beaming with smilesas sudden turn pf affairs and the shock hundred meat In lecton11I be Sl'C- two miles fiom. Newbiirg, Texas.: ,

'f a panic among negro relu/t(>es. ---- I he struggled along on crutches' to caused by the order of arrest which rt'tary'lIson, Dr A. I). Melvin! ,chief The 'Frisco jury In the of Abra-
: A negro! child v'ss wavhed fiom Its Be Feature of Confederate Me- his carriage. the court made.DISASTROUS of the bureau of animal liidustiy, under lluf v'huani
charged with has
: ,
_; mother's arms In the Hack Island "They thought they were going to whose* buieau the Inspection law
mortal' at disagreed, the jury standing six for
Day Arlington :
Cemetery. I i la executed and several :
jards andhas n t been seen since. An carry me home a dummy he said.i experts '
4( unknown w'lite' man was drowned one- Washington, D. C,-The representa- 'i,I "Hut I fooled them. 1 am feeling fairly CRASH OF TROLLEYS. Regulations for the Inspection of conviction slid six tr acquittal.Montgomery I ,
quarter) of a mile from the Long liven from, all Southern: societies In' well now." - - meat and Its products rect'IIII're I has been selected. for

2:' llrldge. His coat, co.italnlng: ; a nota I Washington have discussed plans for I I Asked as to the prospects of his being Three Persons Killed, Five Fatally miniated and the conference Is do- tho locution of tho P>thtan temple in
of farewell was found lodged In a tree! Confederate\ ( memorial day at Arllngtoit / created a ,Ice admiral In the navy. Hurt and Forty-Five Injured. slgnfd to InHtriict the inspectors In Alabama and made
I top. A negro attempting; to pilot Iw:') I June 7, The unveiling of tile Admiral Kvanu said: I Philadelphia, Pa,-Three persons their execution, OffIcIals!, of the department Ix'HtlcjiiaiU'iB of the Knights of Pyth- '
men In a buggy through deep wat'ropposite Southern cr'ss: will be< an Imposing "The president lias very kindly said were Instantly Killed and at least of ugllcultuie expect! coiiBld- ins of the state .

City 1'aik gntff, woa thrown cc'remmto ,be participated In by that ho desires very much to have me five others were so badly Injured that erable benefit will be derived from the The diocese and council Af the Eplsc -

., from his bones and his body hm not djihty. young women, to be chosen appointed a vice admiral, but that mat there Is no hope f-r taelr recovery, conference; "pul chinch in Alabama unanimously

Ib' been recovered A German In Non'.i from Southern families resident lu ter, of course rests with the gentleman and forty-five were seriously hurt in a -- -- -- adopted a resolution. bishop Lieckwllacone \

Fort Worth was caught In tit bwlft ,Washington Governor Glenn of North at the other end of the avenue." I 'ol'lalo11 between trolley cars on Germantwn TO PROBE l oTHAM COTTON EXCHANGE.Grand :irr'us.'!, looking! to the division of '

water and dr wned. Carolina and Representative Thetus - -- JCnestiiul Hill _.. he diocese ..
: avenue, near -- -
Many persona. are inlsghig and the : Sims of Tennessee will be asked \V'I' Tlilrtj"-five thousand coal miners DC
make addresses. BIG AIRSHIP EXPLODES. a suburb ofthe city late Sunday night. Jury Decides on Investigationand
police authorities believe this only the
Forty-five persons were taken to the Mltaourl.\ Kansas, Oklahoma and Arkansas -
: Demands Books.Now" .
beginning of a long list of deaths. In Sixteen Men Aboard Arc Dropped 300 Chestnut Hill and Germantown hospitals members of the United Mine ,' ;
the flood. Not until tho water! ha* receded MRS. EDDY'S SON IN JAIL. Feet to ,the Earth. each of which Is several miles York, N, Y,-Cotton trading W:ikcrs of America, who have been, '
will It be possible to tell the Interests here were given a pionouncor on duke( since March 1 last have
------ from the scene of, the accident ,
exact!: loss in life and property. Oakland, Ca1.":'A mammoth airship I' shock when it became known' that voted to letUin to work. .'
The accident caused
George Wachlngton Glover Has was by a car
Not a vestige of the big'a&-n Night ou Its trial In Berkeley Saturday forty-six members of the :New" York
I limning n rih jumping th! track while Captain Samuel L), McAllister oC
bridge over the Tilnity. near tlie steel Escapade In Deadwood. rose ,300 feet from the earth In view cotten exchange had been subpoenaedto
going down a steep grade not far from tie; 1 hlriy-clghth( of coast '
company artlllerj -
foundry was visible at C o'clock this Dead wood. 8. D.Ol'OrgeVasblng of 10,000 spectators tilted burst and appear before tue federal grand '
Chestnut 11)11. The has
morning doors, girders o>id'nbutnient, ton Glover son bf Mrs. Baker G. Eddy dropped to the ground'wltb ita crew car swung across jury of this district. Among those mysteriously disappearedfrom '
I the south bound track and was struck his station at the Presidio la '
were ,swept down stream and for atime came Into town from Leadvllle last of sixteen men every: one of whom/ answering the call were all the members '
by a car on that track. 'Frisco. I
'. threatened .the lives of thousands. : eVEning to see Deadwood by night. An was injured. With the possible exception --- ---- of the board of managers of ,
of sightseer congregated on the Cty) hour later a policeman told him to remove -I of one, all will recver. Several 1905 and ales many members of the Janis Drlmmlugstall, agd 40,1s un-
Park bridge and ppr:nches. his /ractlods home to a livery were severely: hurt. while none were I LONGSTRIKE( AT AN END. grade revision committee of the pant dir at rest at Uowaglas, Mich., chargedwith

: Relief camps have already been established barn. Glover insisted that, this waa cut and bruised. Uw )''ear. six murder

&_ by Manager Ureen. of Lie: not his wishes; an altercation arose I L. C. Rogers,. engineer: whoae: eight I Kentucky Union; Miners Adopt Scheme It l la stated on exce'lant I authority Following a pei.eo.ial difficulty, ,Mon., ,

; Bureau of United Charities Major W. and the officer placed him under arrest I legf,was ./raptured, and, who was Injured -j to Get Rid Non.Unlon. Men. that the Investigation has to do In an roe M. liarrell, a newspaper ma'u, aged

D. Harris of Fort )\'orh Issued a proclamation - Glover 'spent the remainder of Internally may die. ;Nashville.; Tenn.-Th* *:strike ot Immediate sense wlta the, case of Edwin 32, formerly of Oklahoma City, was .
.. calling1' jupoj this fortunate the night In the jail. The accident was spectacular. A \1 union miners la the non-union Kentucky S. Holmes, who was ,dismissed III shot and Instantly killed in HI Paso;
citizens .to help the homeless. great concourse of men, women and 1905 from the associate chief: ship of Texas, 'by J. K. :Mltchem, proprietorof 4
counties of Hopkins. Union,
GREAT FAMINE IN AFRICA. children: from Berkeley and Oakland Webster' and which the bureau of statistics, department of the El,;I Paso Evening News..
: WILL HE.SENZAIIONALTIIIAL.: had gathered around a'field wherein Christian was agriculture, after "leaks", In the crop: The graduate' land ,
"fa lax: bill whlcj:
called en Jan. 1; has been declared off ,
--- ., Over: Thousand J! the: great airship had been filled with reporting. system! of the government by excessive' taxation, seeks to -
: Forty Death.4 Reported -*" <. .-" and (he announcement was made that present
Arraignment of .Mae Wood for Perjury UlutnlnaUng'gas- had been Investigated by .
: secret service the
owning of more than C40
further wouldbe the;
no given
Ooe Province Uganda. supplies\ _
Slated for; Early Date. , Idle miners and their families. This agents. One of, the Alms of the acres of land by cue person In Oklahoma "
.. Mombaaa, BrltUh a.tAtrlca.Motethan : o' N" government. It l Is believed, is to obtain -
New York. N. V.-Another 'chapter 40.000 deaths have resulted from SUBJECT(; OF "JAP ann3uncement was made at\ a meet- has been cent to the governor '
In cue of the most remarkable legalactions' the severe famine preval'lng'ln! the Ing of union men held at St. Charles additional evidence vlth a viewof for his signature. : '
that hat been heard In the Usoga province of Uganda. Luke Wrlght'Make. Address Before and the men were offered union cards re-opening active case and entering The .next annual 'con\entlon of the .

JJew York courts In a long tlmo will The government' is .feeding 30,000 of .Tennessee) Bar AsaC clatlon. for the purpose ct seeking work Infields upon prosecution. Ann rlcan\ Hankers' association will be ..,
probably 'begin 'shortly wben the that are unionized. held n Denver. during the beginning
the natives. Crops are a complete Nashville, Tenn.-General Luke E. CHlEfEXECUTIYE: ) week; .
charges: of perjury against Mao C.I I' failure and 'there Is prospect of much Wright: of Tennessee former NEVADA DEAD. September 27. -
Wood the f'rmer newspaper woman suffering during the next few, mouths. the Philippines, addredj the GOVERNOR FOLK AND SALOONISTS The Old Dominion: paper mills.-own '
aDd lawyer of Omaha, who sued United - ; Governor John Sparks Succumbs ed and
State Bar Association on "Japan." -- -- to operated by the: American
States Senator Thomas C. Platt for dl. DOU.AR'MORTGAGE
'Yoree'11I' be laid beforj grand TEN-MILLION I General Wright prefaced bis remarksby Will Fight It Out Regarding. New Sunday Bright' Disease at HI. Ranch. Stiawboard company, which have been'
a jury: '
closed fclnce :November last .
Unusual public Interest has ct.itererlla saying that he had Intended speax- Closing Law. Reno, Nev.-Governor John Sparks! have resumed -

the Wood,PUtt case. chiefly on account Filed to Carry Qut Plans of Big De. Ing on the same subject) selected by I St. Louis Mo.-Tbe saloon! keepers of Nevada who bad been 111 for some operations with a full force'

of the prominence of the aged velopment Company In Alabama. Secretary Taft, but as lie did not agree are preparing for a fight with Governor time died at his ranch near Reno Fit- In the Elkhorn and Pocahontas crujl,
.. with: the secretary on the Philippine fields more than two thousand mlnei
_nator. Few placing day morning. Oovernor Sparks, term
men are mre widely Tuscaloosa, Ala.-With the Folk, who threatens to fasten the
question he had selected another. who hOAe been Idle
owing to slack bus
known than the veteran leader of would have expired December\ 31 1910.
on record here of a mortgage for i lid on the outside districts' aa securely ,
I '
Secretary Taft was made honor IKS*, I't'aumt'd woik Monday.
an \
the republican party In (his state. $10,000,000 by the Birmingham and In St. Louis The saloon keeperssay Governor Sparks died of Drlghfa
With the! Infirmities of nge heavy upon Gulf Navigation company to the Car. ary member of the Tennessee Bar As- las if an attempt U made to close disease. His wife and son ',, Ills The :New" York National City bank "

him, the senator was coin polled to submit ncgle\ Trust company cf: New York, sociation. their ,places Sunday ,they will resortto bedside when deal came Jle0" hag engaged 41,300,000 gold'for expoiu! "
.y to the ordeal of the witness stand records tbe first actual atep of the extreme measures. Folk declares bom' la Mississippi In August, ,i843.! This makes a total of $32.U 5OOQ engaged --

and the'sharp ciosa.examination of company towards putting Its gigantic ALLtGED FORCER MEETS DEATH. he will use every power to close tae and has been governor: of Nevada since for expoit ui the 'esflt movement -

?; opposing c.ungel. plans\ in execution as proposed by theTidewater places. 1902.Don .-

Ueve'opment, company. Resisted. Arrest, Shot at Detective'and _ S. DIckerson will\ now bee rne Fredeilck C'ark 21 years of are. '

HEBREWS TRANSLATE BIBLE. I I II Killed by the Latter.. UNDER CHARGE Of: UXORCIDE governor of Nevada. Gertrude ltrechtv, 19, and her slut*, '
.' ,, -'-------- Herha! 22
- FLAG DESECRATION NOW ILLEGAL years old were drowned tfy f3
1 Important Work To Be Undertaken Bristol! Tenn,-Relatives here have Alabama Man Is Held In Jail-Wife HERO Of LIBBY PRISON DEAD. the tipstttltig of a canoe at WalkertonJ; '
been advised that) Filmer Greer 35 .
Ont, which shot
over a dam In tbe
By Jewish Publication, Society. Bill ,to Prevent Such' Occurrence' years of age. a fugitive, wanted at Died of Arsenical Poisoning. Saugeen ..I vel'.
Last Union
Phllade'phla.! 1'a.-Tile.,Jewish Publication Passed by the Senate. Muntain City, Tenii., charged wlta, obtaining : Oadsden, Ala.-J. O. 'Albright of of Prisoners Who Tunnel. .

4 society of >;merlca, at its Washington, D. C.-The senate has a large sum of money under Walnut Grove is in jail here charged ed to Liberty: Passes, Away. Washington.A ;; ;

twentieth annual meeting held here I I passed a bill to prevent the,desecra--'false pretense was shot and killed bya with responsibility for the death: : of Lakeport Cat.-Goodwin Scudamore,
'1 Sunday. made the announcement that j lion of tho- flag of the United States detective In New Mexico.: The detective his wife ten days ago. Tile wife had the last survivor of the Union prisoners train on the Jersey' Central 'railroad .

arrangements have been made for the with an amendment providing that Us sought a reward of $400 offeredfor been taking sme arsenic as a tonic, who made their escape through!: was In collision on the bridge '
translate of the Illble. This Is re- restrictions shall not apply to banners Greer. Greer shot and woundedthe and without warning died. She was the tunnel from the Libby prison dur- over :Newack" Hay Saturday morning ..

4; Crdcd as one of the! most Important or Ragg carried by military or patriotic '' detective before he received his burled, but later taken up, the exhumed ing the civil war, Is dead at Ills home The eniinerppled; over Into the navT'*

works ever undertaken by the society. organizations authorized by law. fatal wound. _. body showing poison. near, Lakeport. aged 83 years: and, sank. One life was" lost

WAE ON RACE TRACK--- GAMBLING NEWSY_PARAGRAPHS. WIDOWS TO liE INVITED. TAFT ENJOYS OLD_TIME II BARBECUE. STATE PRISON NOT, WANTED. ference A complete ou the agreement Military: Academy of the con appropriation '

To Be Vigorously Pushed by Governor The democratic territorial convention -I. Secretary Makes Address Before Tennessee the bill has been adopted by 'J .
Governor of Ohio Vetoes Bill senate. .4,
,and Louisiana Legislature. which met in Honolulu selected ".IIi: of Gray Heroes' Wanted_ as Bar. Association. Callingfor ,
Purchase of Site. a rcil call the house agreedto
delegates to the national conventionat
New..orleane. La,--Final plans) have Guests
; of 8Irmlngh'l1\.c.ft.unlon. Nashville, Tenn.-Secretary of War the conference tbe .1
Ohio. report on
been made for the fight which I, to be Denver and instructed them for W. -Governdr Harris pension
f>: 'conducted against race track gambling J. Bryan.lioth Birmingham. A'a.-General" Fred Taft was the guest of bonor of theTtonneaaee bas vetoed the bill\ providing for the to claims bill, providing for pensions
Bar Association In Nash several hundred
,-,'** *'' 'In Louisiana. The leaders In the ',the senate and house passed Ferguson, of tbe committee on Invitation ville. purchase of a site for a new peniten persons jCg; ,1
'*4 movement met following Governor over the presidents veto the bill extending : : that The Joint reso'utlon! providing torY ;
bas Issued a request tbe The Secretary wasthe guest of Fed tiary. This i U the first time Governor tbe remission of a of'the
.4 Sanders': announcement that ne. was I the time for tbe construction of widows of confederate soldiers eral Horace H. Lurton. Mr.
names -
Harris has ever exercised Indemnity
his arising out of the
1&opposed to wagering on horse races. of a dam across Halney river Minnesota. veto Boxer:
;,.,, II{ A bill which provides for 1Jle elimination be sent' In. "In order that invitations Taft association attended Saturday the session morning of abd the was bar power, save In two minor Instances In troubles of 1900 has been-, passed. by '

ol gambling of all kinds In con. I The government has filed a petition can be Issued to them to attend entertained at an old-fashioned South regard tothe unauthorized deficiency -thouluxuse., -..

nection with -horse racing will protoafcly' I against the New York New Haven the confederate reunion which will be ern .barbecue at historic Belle Meade bill. A rescTtttlon) has been adopted by
be presented In the Louisiana and Hartford Railroad Company and the senate authorizing the! committee .
I held June 911. General Ferguson announces as the guest of Judge J. M. Dickinson. The measure was
passed -
legislature within the next-,ten dajs. others charging the existence of a combination widows be by the legislature on military affairs to visit during-the :.'"
Its effect will tie to do away' entlrelj In restraint of trade and a that the will Inform, Secretary Taft In an address before and provided for the appoint coming recess of congress military j '11 "

44 with..tne, several months of racing monopoly within the meaning of' sections ed: that they' will find an oea housefo the Bar Association of Tennessee, discussed ment of a commission to select and reservations concerning which It may: '1 .if.

which have for many years marked 1 and, 2 of the Sherman antl- them and. that. every' attention will the taking over of the Philippines purchase a site to which It was Inten be considered desirable to obtain. In. "j" "';-i-:
the winter season in New; .; Orleans. act', > be? them.JLOUDBUBST. formation. ..M. i!'
:. t'1, \ tr'r I given .. by the American government. to move the penltenlary. ,Q

STEEL TRJJSTJTANDJ PAT the A Harlam new'bridge. branch Under of construction the'.;New York on'': FLATS HAVOC.; LONG. HISSING. SECURITIES RECOVERED. ONE"lULLED; SCORE HURT With, the little United discussion States and senate lest bas publicity at- I sI'

J." '. ; ,f I- this session placed It. approval on \:; '
I New Haven and Hartford railroad at J ;" .' -- .
Prices' *
C Refuses to Cut Face of Genleral Railroad ,Track Washed Away and Police In New York Find thirty-seven treaties. "
Baychester, was wrecked by dynamite French Mail In Frightful Crash of Trolley Cars on ,

',14.. Depression: fr v'New 'I, Thursday. Strikers I are> 'suspected.Dr Farrn Property Greatly,Damaged. 0# Bags ,Stolen.From,Ship. Outskirts of 'Frisco. Colonel Harvey Jones, adjutant general '

York" N.' ",Y.-The leaders of I Seymour Oppenhelmer*'of New frort' W itb. 'T i ..-.-Dlllpat'hes"r.; : & New ,York, N. Y.-The French police. San Francisco Cal.-Two crowds of. thfl-AJfliiamg.; .wi I YJatODf"l b.-an*** '- ,

', 'tlie Iron?and steel Industry who. under York. vice' commodore.' of the MotorBoat ceived from Wichita Falls, one..hundred : ...It ;, announced hay: ... ... JroU.-'eare'dOUTded flounced the appointment of Miss ,LIs
: > 'the guidance E. II. Gary chairman i club 1f America1bag entered his .miles north of here. on the Den. rejjoyered: foot of; Sunday at the tie Belle Hopson',of rt' ot the United States Steel' Corpora-I power yacht the ManU fa ,the New ref railroad.._report* .a'-clondburAC :: practicaJaolbecuTlfldijlnby !. ::; a steep bill. killing Henry Baer for the reunion:atBirmingham. I
tIoi nave .maintained an unbroken I York oBejjnudoroc ., '. "- *- - "lostsectionSatnrdaynlghC: ; ,washing the mall I'thieves 'who. looted the a traveling salesman, and inJuring'twentY' } c1nformlt' : "
I In .
other 'prevlaui. an
front In the face ofjbo..dBJIuuloo-hr'' r i =- .baga'.oD the passenger cne prOb-
< "The i Chegenf1Iawaifbave1daufuratedThn! away railroad tracks and ,damaging re&llItered'mall ocean liner '
ably fatally and
,-\ Mtiia steel'slump7 refusing to : several tetferely. A nouncement Senator' Marstori.hoa Jt1 ,.
cut prices .
.. educational campaign In an farm property.A . .. Savole, In January-1907,, car pn, Devlgadero-street '
v d their' final dinner of the season I effort to modify popular: opinion with ; train Is reported Jn: 'a 1 down
.' ert, tlie ,Waldorf Astoria behind:cJolled- reference to tbe admission'OIf) Chinese tea.miles'from Wichita Falls, and, tour. has been-malled to> a foreign customer striking,:.a Sacramento street! the,car Just bill. a bill to jirOhlbl\ dealing. i la: cottcu' .

",,- --,,4oorg...- _p*.,:," rr t .... lituulKraotigtgL.Hawa.lJU\ ., .- persons are reported drowned. by. Redmond. &Co.: of' 88' Pine 'street. .as .It,rounded ,a,curve. *. .
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Ab. you want .to'e me of .".fa d.

; ; the ox roasted whole In Albany A AytiUch in.>4'time sautes:nom*'r .
1iTllE'OANQflWARD do you?" returned the doctor

I. "Of course you'll live ,to Save many asick; >,spe11 ; Q
I twenty-one-.liveto be A hundred
; : : OBEY A scientist Pays the telephone does llhecliilclBALLARD'S
OIU 'TiLE OF MAMES3. one very likely' What A very not transmit to the ear one-thou-: by giving
e_.'_ child. W.II, tbere Is nothing '
sand 'of the ''energy which It 're :
I 1.1. ,, '" '. be Alarmed .a about: 'puti the taM part .
ceives from the line;
'-_, anti Bvl-'AMES PAYNi watching. How often does

1- .. ai ..........-............... .. I t medical man, ,come, Mrs. ......--' ,' . . : HOREHOUND: :SYRUP
r .
,. ..-.-.--.-.-...a.-.ere r ar a at a "" A. result
------------ -- - -- -- -- - - A of a series of. lavjestlgatlohs -
i.'t-i \ "very of Len." said Sophy firm* on carbon: At high ''pre..ure And ,EVERYrMOTHER --
CHAPTER XV, 13 tlalltr for that most '
but avoiding her
husband's eye; temperatures 0 A asserts
Continued.IV. mestlc pets" the cat; in three weeks, not more." that in none of' his experiments Parsons designed I should keep. supplied with Dmli rd's HorehmaW Sjrrap, 11 abe'.,
wishes to her
save children
fond of children' from swrloua slok epellsIt: eon-
"Yes, he said "they Are Just what Is not enough.In my ogln-
to melt or vaporlie.carbon basmol' tams
f.. 'r I expected only, stronger He calls loves a baby" la,'however The symptoms I have .noticed- than A mere trace ofblack or for children absolutely.. w nothing.,ll aa InlurtQU. does' not. constipate. food-

t Heaven, to wMness to his prudent Inlentlon. specimen. In this be attended to.and cheeked at A often leaxta i
transparent diamond. been found (In cough to consumption'and should be checked'!.
for the love of his .,
., I wonder that didn't Have '
if. ". extfj. you had any other opine the residue. Immediately, .
c CelloW'-creature-Stede
cite your suspicions." Any other'' doctor'' seen her i

-',- "But U It comes to trial. Irton. as a schoolboy almost Dr. Bagge" . A HouseholdNecessity
According to authorities from eightyfive .
ki Kg-* and these letters are read In court? It was aa natural to 8 Stevle noticed that.Mr.:Adair
5? They will kurely damn him.!" an hour In little Willie's. alance; at Jeannette,. unper- to ninety-five per cent., of the 3. O. Smith, Hounion Texas, writes "1 have aced 1''

r. i" "Damn him said the would have ,been.with' the other two to boy's" men in civilized lands are right-hand I BaJlard's Horehound Syrup tny.fAmliy: tor.thefpAst,
yes, .lawyer, by ; the .
'' blow with ed'and have developed the lout! right few years, avid find ,it tar superior!" to Any other cough
: themselves '
S ;; with some unction. "But 'what will up : Intelligence It seemed to'say, medicine have tried. : household-should
shoulder.: This, however Is no Dew we Lvery m
It Adair had known ,
he care for that WbeDOman takes n't apeak. '
jTV supplied with this worthy remedy/1
phenomenon. -for even the ancient ; .
i- >J A step of this kind dp you suppnra' often bo might have ." said Sophy "No one but '
4 visits'; but aa It. w... Greek sculptors had noticed It and The Delight of Children.
.' i that he not long ago parted with thela.t"rag own medical man has seen her. : 11
'- them'because posed their 'subjects ,so as to make .
> ot ..elfreaped1"'At the doctor rose and left the
\ as much as a new toy them appear more symmetrical. COUGHS COLDS.WllOOPlNQ
least he must acknowledge. -with Sophy her husband 'fol CURES SORU'TtiROAIi'' R
', the deb(,hfawever.," nothing. One day, close upon their heels. -; TIS AND, ALL. LUNa TROUBLES., BRONCHII '? a
"You Stevle came ... usual, Jean' There are plants so sensitive that I ? .,
t may sue him, of course 'for am I to do? cried
S the money you have ,lent him'; 'but happened waa at home. despairingly. If, when standing by them, one should : PRICE '25C, SOc, and '$LOO:

you may be very sure that he ha.'nctolle come that, morning for Is the matter''" whispered suddenly put up an umbrella or sunshade AVOID ALL SUBSTITUTES. i ,

'' penny he can call his 'own. I Cambridge but In an . looking out from his placeof it would cause them Instantly

f '-, have not tha slightest doubt he Is In band, and, this '''had : .to close together their leaflets and ,

;' i1'; debt up to his eyes, and that there I.a IsS picious. 'There was ', Master Stevle, I quite forgot turn down their leaf stalks: just as It ::: Ballard Snow Liniment Co.*'
< novelty that did not *" they were startled and alarmed by .
bill of sale out for his furniture. were there, said, Jeannette
I' This Is the throw plclons. A mind III .at white the movement, On a sunny' 'day .
last of the ruined very, : ; "you gave me 500-502 North Street. '
t P' gambler; and I am afraid, sir" added. self, and conscious"of.: a turn." when the temperature Is sufficiently I ,Second rj: --uUl

the lawyer, with great gravity, 'ho is always more or legs In what Is the>matter" high merely A shadow coming In con ST. LOUIS MO. ;

.. must need win his stakes." tion. Even to the'good \ was too well ac- tact With their leaves will. often cause :i :

I The canon's face-grew verY pale. Is a thing to be 'with the importunity of them to fall slightly tr

r ''Do much more, then to tho. to Attempt to evade the
you mean to say that -I. rbnllhave ques- -
k to refund the money which:: this the sinner." When Adair I "Why,. my poor mistress want The "axle-light" system is In use
' f man has m'e his wife that Dr. I have A few words with Dr. New' Sold and
so urgently pressed to in the trains of the Atchison, Topeka Recommended by
nounced his Intention of "
: advance to h.lm-the whole fifteen I alone; And I am. Afraid that she '
and Santa Fe Railroad extensive
on an -
to town that For Sale at ROBERSON'S
thousand pounds?" day, to see \ never get them. Hush! be quiet, DRUG STORE.KISSIMMEE .
y scale Each car has Itt own storage
r' 'his brow dark. "
"I very much regret to say sir grew very : .
batteries supplied with electricity ,
"You have
must .ent-
t that in my opinion, ycu wilt flnd he others had gone into the draw generated bY' the axles of the wheels, '
yourself liable for the whole passionately."I and closed the door Noth and the locomotive headlights derive ,
told him that Willie
;a mount." was heard save the ticking of the
their Illumination from the
same r
. "Then I am a ruined man,' sail was the quiet reply, upon the mantelpiece and the source. It Is estimated that each full ; 1.; -
should bo glad of his
the canon bitterly. dropping of A coal from train, exclusive of the l locomotive, develops
., Irton walked to the window, The the case as an old grate. Fatigued with the doc '
nearly 6000 candle
In whose judgment I had power RIVER
F leafless trees and that 'cold river Investigation, and lulled to rest !lijht. 'It'OtTTE.

;; formed a scene which, In its desolation confidence. the silence. Willie sank Into a .
+ '
When Dr. Newton
was In too-much harmony with slumber. BTHU.MER
.. : his reflections. It was terrible to himself received him, and there was a gentle knock Dr. Simon Flexner states that for LILUOU STKAMEIl: KOSEADA
pretense of cordiality. ty-two after attack of Captain Clay Johnson,, 8r. Captain Clay' Johnson, Jr.
r tblnK that a man .like the canon door. "My mistress wants you years an typhoid -
t1 Should be thus, stripped of means In meet his gaxe directly- ., Jeannette," said one Of fever.the typhoid bacilli were Regular >eekly tripstokBasiarer; .'44 return. ItoseadA IAVM,Klsilsvvee

'* ;. his old age by this ungrateful hand been his custom to look maid "Shall I stay with the still beng| eliminated; plague bacilli Tuesday morning and; arrives'KJsilmme Friday'evening.

He strove to shut out what his companion face but .of late he gave ?" have been present In the sputum seventysit Special Charter Trips to Lake Oke*c>ob. 'e and Fort,,Myers oa the UllleC

was unconsciously ejaculating to every one as though he It t is unnecessary; she la : days After recovery from Comfortable' accommodation for pasickcers.. Rates reasonable,
for his silhouette-but plague pneumonia and influenza bacilli 'The most, I
in A tone that would, have wrung a picturesque Waterway In Florida..For r
q harder neart ,;thanv his, "My poor canned him with in a hushed whisper, "Keep have been found In the sputumone Passenger and 'I'relclatKatea Apply to. "

dear Robert;your father's folly\ has wished to gather from. you are Master> Stevie, unless year after an attack of influenza. CI.ATJOHNSON, SR.. Proprietor.

; ruined your life. My dear Maria. whether he knew cries. ," said Jeannette and The discovery suggest new views of .Oa,board,"IlW.." Klsstmmee, Tin ;,
t 1 'your brother has brought your old wronged the canon or left the room. immunity, as the phenomenon ap-

,, --age-to-'poverty. And Sophy; poor I deduction, he drew waa ne minute, two minutes And then, pears to be one of adaptive change on

.,. little Sophy whom we used to love know. Ass matter of WAS A cautious click of the' the part of the parasite as well A. on

- fr so-how It will'wring your heart I tor did not know. The Stevie lay close 'with .that of the holt

, when I kept his secret from of About -
you learn what you have done. something
A week' baa passed, : partly, perhaps, .for his ; to his horror Adair stole '
uneventfully Professor W. D, Scott sounds a Why There Should Be
k T -so far as I Action Concerned, but doctor but chiefly for Sophy's In. The boy's heart beat fast;. Note of warning about the Increasinguse 'i

-bringing great changes with it. Fig however had no fascinated rather than curious,
of the eyes' for reading and the
f uratively, the canon has bowed his Mr. John Adair (land kept his eye at the loophole. inspection of small near-by objects. Less Haste +
his honest face for
head to the inevitable; but, to. aU ) could have brought the master This especially affects school children.Professor .
lie had been Informed
outward seeming, he holds It gallantly 0'x house back to that room Scott says that the human

There are more gray hairs on' 'It dred of _the.aocldent T No Affection for the child, eye was evolved for dl.tant'yl.loa., ,In'' Triist CrusadingBy '
pened to little Willie,
than there*'were;' to those who behold of WAS certain. Ho stepped lightly and In Its structure Is relatively poorly .
*I' themand kaoW" the, reason, of sequence 'foot of the bed, And gazed suited for near-by vision. The increase .h ;
1 i their presence It is onanore revered economy; b .waa aware I .. At the little occupant; then, President Woodrow '
'of Wilson Princeton.
e all. sorts 'of printing of
6f on that account. He has told Aunt had had money, and that as It seemed convinced him the trouble day and augments "alt ,, ._ , ,, . .,.
every ,
had none, and he looked .
g Maria all, but has looked in vain for a'mean that' she was asleep,- be took up things seem to be conspiring to make MM/hlna.dUlne' ,
the indignant reprobation that was bound., I vial that stood uponthe table, 'us ., rye t
use our eyes more and. more for
i his due; i "Some business called i well how far, it was filled the ,thing for which :. *446444ee PASSION for legislation, stems'to 'hsT i taken;;ipo2 -
very they
,'.' "I-have been your ruin" be had town< to-day, Mr. :Adalr, ,. 'emptied It. 'contents Into some most poorly adapted." There is, no :" session of the country of late; but It came 'upoa'lt' so iudjA' -.
i' added; ,J11Y blind confidence and folly stiffly, "and at' your he had brought with him. doubt much reason In this, but could ; |; denly, so much .more 'like' an Impulse of Impatience tbarrJi

[* have brought me from .competence to have looked In to see your : going on tiptoe to the cup the world banish Its printing i ,JeV # like a, deliberate' purpose that tbwe1,"is' every Indication

t ?poverty, and have-dragged you down "You are very kind he took out A bottle. And filled retain its civilization pressesand 3-"t'' that'the careful tblnklna.upon' which It should have been

;j*:' with me. We must exchange' our r'am"afraid.;- however )'' to the same height as "I founded --will '.uce... It after'it bas spentlts force:, rather ''-

"{leaant home for one of a very different little can be done for '. s Then,, replacing bottle and rift; mm. than accompany And gin form, and direction to It

kind. You'will have to pinch what we are already where he 'had found them; 'h. MONSTER MAP OV BRAZIL.. ,..4 .We have passed laws forbidding such combinations And

and spare, to cut and contrive, toeke "At all vents, there- i noiselessly from the room. such practices as,would virtually constitute monopolies and

.out our narrowed means. At a harm done." I came here stood petrified as he To Be aD Outdoor Feature.'
time of life.when you are least fitted old friend. all this, and when It was Exhibition at Rio de Janeiro. freight retre by. railway,companies and, have tried to .detect and punish'them.

for such a 'change you will have to Sophy and Jeannette began to tremble: It seemed to We.Lve gone further,still and endeavored to:"prescribe passenger rates as

occupy yourself, with sordid cares; the nursery; and Stevie that he had been on the verge A. feature of the-jubilee' exhibition well undertaking look Inside '.railway business and determine through.

*aid} for all this you will have to' the boy heard Mr. Adalr's out something horrible i which Brazil has' planned to ?open ,public, commissions whAt rates it Is equftable'fortheu ,to 'cbargd.Governmental ' .

( thank your natural protector--as'you- the stair be drew back 'Murder"--wlthout knowing early this ;year,,.but which will probablY -' J control,- ',which we,.are undertaking 'so extensively and'i

;, Imagined mo to bmraelf" heavy curtain that why. He did not comprehend be postponed for some months or with so light a heart, sets up not a reign'of law but A reign of discretion and i

Her fingers had trembled a little friend from tho draught had occurred but he felt that perhaps' to next )year will be an out individual Judgment1 on the part of govern sntal.officials' In the regulation

as she had listened to him but she window, and remained man had attempted to give 'door map In relief of the republic several of the business of stock companies owned 'l>jr. Innumerable, private Individual* ,

answered nothing till he had quite terview unseen.. what was now' In the vial he thousand square yards In size. and supplying the chlef'ln'vestinents of thousands of communities, I can...,'

done. Then she rose and kissed him compelled him to form a have rushed out "And stopped The plans are now being prepared for no radical difference In principle between governmental ownership And governmental .
l on both cheeks. through which he could at all hazards. But 'now his .' huge map in which every physical regulation ot-thli.dlscretlonary'klnd. Regulation by commission

"My dear brother" she said softly, going on. had left him'and almost con .feature of the country to be shown Is not regulation by law but'control according,to,.the discretion of governmental -;

''what you have said is very true, ex- Dr. Newton entered, .. itself. The contemplation In miniature. official;. Regulation-by law is' Judicial, by, fixed and definite 'rule/

Ir 'pt the last few words. I have to warmly with (Mrs. crime by an Innocent person Is The mountains are to be rocky, but whereas regulation by commission I*' an affair of business'sense,- of the comprehension -'

I thank you It Is true, for very much; down quickly beside the as shocking as. the first com- :with artificial caps of snow and ice., and thorough understanding 'of.complex and various bodies' of

for A life of ease, of too much ease, asked'a great number of of one. 'and The 'rivers will\ run with real water business There U no logical stopping place between that And the Actual

perhaps--the very breath of heaven as to symptoms when Jeannette returned, ; forests! will. be marked with dwarf conduct of businessenlerprlsea by the government, x ? .
G plants,
has; hot been 'suffered to visit my presently for the boy still remained; where he was Such methods of regulation it may be .safely predicted,.'will sooner or.
t cheek too roughly; for a brother's I'Thls I. all Very right "ou may come out now Master When the drawings and estimate later be completely discredited by experience., Commissions In the futureas

unselfish devotion, for affectionate looking at one of them; ," she said. cheerfully "Mr. are made the! Government will urge in the past will reflect rather publlo opinion than business dlscjetlon Tile '

forbearance and solicitude--but not you are very careful has gone away with the. doctor, ..the.\ national Congress! to make an appropriation only safe process, .the only American process,' the only.effective 'proceas. Is

for thU. Your goodness and generosity portion of water; it Is a not before my mistress had a for executing the work. the regulation\ of transactions by the definite-prohibitions" of 1aw,' item,by

,.,a have been Imposed upon. It -Is: medicine by! itself." ate word with him why master .In connection with It it Is proposed to Item,'as expedience discloses their character And their effects, 'And the '
\true; but that 'is not your fault but "Dr.' Bagge warned ua 'alone together though It .was have a botanical and zoological 'gar. ishment of the particular individuals ."rUo engage in them. *< .'
den in which ;
each of
another's. villainy.: For 'What has sad S phY. "We keep five minutes, I can't Imagine." thetwenty States The acts of corporations themselves chocked not. by.futile and

happened I thank Mr John 'Adalr In the cupboard, and can/' said Stevle. putting back 'of Brazil will have sections in which blundering attempts to dictate to each corporation how .Its business shall be

f, Alone-not you, dear. One can ing it every time, we curtain and disclosing a white .to display their characteristic plant conducted by bfuiglng the officials directly!'who

', scarcely say" (here she smiled a in the bottle here ready and staring eyes. "He left you and animal life. .It Is also proposedto for forbidden or questionable transactions. ,Th?.corporation itself responsible never fails
bate 'within the'same
; smile as sweet as that of the maiden It U finished we mix It up here." enclosure to find the really responsible official In Its.own processes .discipline' and

who murmurs "Yes" to her first no mistake can Ooa *heavens! He didn't 'camps of all the different tribes of it can be made to disclose to the- public prosecutor the names of the, ,
\ love). "that we have climbed the hill through Inadvertence." to' the child" 'Indians inhabiting the country. who should be proceeded against ,

together because the ascent baa been "Umph that's curious ; he left you to do !it." The jubilee eihlbltton -is- designedto '" ....

.)accomplished-with your money for doctor. "There are c he told her what had hap commemorate the opening by the Immune. A Moving 'Appeal. ......
i -r I never had any-in a chariot with toms here-the very ones from beginning to end. Portuguese.Government In May, 1808. __ I I lie "a-motherless: : boy And'hla .... .

C-sprlngs; but we have always sat given you anxiety, and listened with horrified of Brazilian ports to the commerce of I. father's"'only thUd but 10m. ( 'the
side by side, and now' we shall descend cause-which X should She took up the vial. The all nations, an event which took place f relatives, ad'decided that he shouldbe

it hand in hand. What doesit uted to an overdose 'was as colorless as the wa thirteen years before the separation t sent 'to boy's miler's
a school
( fifty ,
ten the of Brazil from the mother
medicine country
dear since shall ,
matter we soon with which it should have been I from home, and at last the father had
come to our Journey's end, whether "Either Jeannette or but she took out the cork-and but which is regarded a* being really } agreed to the plan: ', "' .'
"and I mix it the starting point of Brazilian k. 4
:we travel on foot or not? Sophy, It. inde ""
necessary, to do' so, would have nigh to pendence.-New York Sun. Forty-eight hours t after his,, boy's
--:- _. gone departure, the father received letter
y' .CHAPTER XVI : her" she said,' solemnly. She ; which-was, although not faultlessaa
-r' V ' ""Well you can't be : back the contents of the vial -Trees' Immune to Lightning. an example of
r'c The Witness. spelling; so much' to
The limb Is .better- the bottle:; and .mixing more According to Dr. A. W. Borthwlc'k."quoted the point and so In accord :with ate

t Man Is a selfish animal!, .but, In could have hoped for with the water In the proper In Science, the popular -notion own feelings that the:plans,for the
comparison with his father (as nature of the accidents. It
*, replaced the vial a. be- that some species of trees are very future were speedily readjuited. '
Wordsworth calls himthe, boy, he eral health .
\ i
frequently struck by lightning and! '''Dear, father," wrote the, exile
,I. the embodiment' of.'self-sacrifice Am I to. d .
going die.
: AS y6u love little Willie. other
species practically Immune "it's all right here ADd
I'm not bome-
and self-denial., ."No boy knows how quired little Willie"I- Stevie she said ,
is not justified, by any obtainable- tick I Deleave, but life is Terry short
.. ._; his' mother s"hlm'says,. A modern to know' because-I have a word of this to mymistress scientific facts. The lightning and don't t-
you think you'd better Jet
/-. writer; who has evidently studied hli do first. .. any one else. I will answer for says,' selects'one variety' of tree AS ''some'
us spend of It together?
subject:, ''No mother-.. knows ,how"A ,, ,"Bless my' aoun.! wbi it shall never.occur again but often AS Another except that 'the 44 Iy1 Your affectionate'son '.Thomas.** '
'. -
d'f boy loves himself;: And nobody else child" exclaimed the done in a hurry- If higher;!'ones' are perhaps likely"to Youth's ;.

&. _-...4tnow,:' Hla.devotion "tothat" '-idol Is practice lay chie/y.among: ;: we knew of this, my mas suffer the most, One of the supposed Companion.' ,".iI'nxaled : ., '
' .
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':without"limit a' larger growth- klll' both'and child' < .
1 ; us the immune trees if the beech/and oakland .
the :
$41?. { It mast be admitted.however, that "Why.,she remind. me of my- mistress, too.". pines have'an exactly opposite'reputation. ''. + '"It's strange,",remarked Tramp.the tramp.., :.t,
there Many boys who Stevle. Helford used to b .Jeannette
are Is probablethat did '
exceptions "
0 : .' They are, however" all Kindly Old Gentieman--Don't all examining the rents In hla'garments, ..; ...
> --XT have not been to school and Jear6edtbe dear, you are not going ; >reality apprehend this,.whole ; .
equally subject to"destruction, and I those make Lyon tired, my "I. never felt ::anr Uklagi 1 for'; doc; 'a'
: &l law of the stronger are kind and hope' ;you are going to ,. slaughter; her .object,'WAS to_ if one must a tree dor- 1 boyfXjf\ whatever yet they nearly air becomestrongly0attached '
.' 'f gentle to their. sisters and to girls strong." of boy's '
sure the : gllence.To .
;; Inc A thunder storm, one; species ,If. Little, Boy--"No.' I down't read to' nvt .as soon ast
,: 'thinks shall ,
; are-not ashamed of "Do X '
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'fl* Kssimiiee Valley 1 COMFORTING WORDS s

.. Sunny South Stables. )

PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY. Household WillKind .. '
"Many a
Office in Valley Gazette Building,. I "

To !have the paint and aches .of a -.-..-...-'....._........_. ......-......... ...............= .
bad back removed; 'to be entirely free ,

W. B. HARRIS, Editor and Prop'r. from annoying, dangerous urinary HROADXAY Ii I -
It 1 1 1Pkda. .
disorder is nougtrto make any kid LIVERY SALE and BOARDING .
i 8UB8CUFTION RATES] ney aufferw ffralefuU To toll! how this $ : tot: & I :

pas.o.era. y.on* =...,:::::::';;;;,::': :: : '100 60AO great oh an\iff can bo brought about $ f N\a\\\\a\ta\aa\a\a\\\MNNNa\NaN\N\NN\\/\\a\NN. N\NN\N\Nf . .

q One, covr,three' _u.......,.....-.;.10.::-..,:. III will dred., prove of Florida cuiuforllnif leader words. .' to hun $ Well equipped with ZScvf Stpck and Vehicles and [ .. ...

rannranloaUona, exoept from oar authortaad $ prepared to meet all demands with Peri'wl t. Satis ,
eomapoadenta,tnu.t be eurned b,the writer.Refected A. Oprj.lnir': seaman, of 410 1. Stiioet .

. matter wtU pot be returned unleeaalMfor. Ptnsacola] : Fla, tell how to. dd It. i faction. !. .
', experience with
-- Ho ""VI'um inv
Entered at the Pwrtnffloe KI..lm_ Fie. ,aaecondelaee l>oau'" Kidney Pills I can .,tronlClvI'f'COnllJlf'nd Our ]line almost complete
m.II.0 I hem' to any one In need of '
,==' =- matter,- 'r.." j__ '.-0'- ;y.' a.ll..of! medicine for thekidneye. KId. i. . .', HEAVY HAULING: A SPECIALTY. . '

ney complaint. Cud backache causedme ....wv.w..nt,,..""'. Avitli jriiighams( ; Calicoes
Friday, May 20, ,suffering, at, Intervals for. years.Tic ,
fl"Bt/ or, Kci-oinl attack I did not '.
'T mind, hut as tlnm. Vent by they grew J LaAvais. \\ Etc.
School Board Proceedings. worm end MI tinges laid me up. t Ii } ,
could hardly lk. and,) It wan a d'lm'l City Barber Shop
KUslnimee, Fla.. May 6th, IMS; cult trintier. l The
The Hoard of H-iblle: Instruction while the klilnev, MM'iwtlons wel'O-I "earlybuyer gets
met ID regular session- llieie, being; irregular and miiiuliirnl. Uoan'n Kidney '" \
l ;' W. ('. Bass?chairman; J N;. J K. .I'lllscured! mo! IVoiw" personal I I selection. . '':'' 'I'S
t \\relent. NEW AND UPTODATEHot .'
and W. W. Chandler also ex IJeI'I nce.l know that thin remedy 1 best ,: 1':' .,.
W. J" Sears; Supt., can bo depended: upon'to fulfill the. I -
Minutes cf last regular rowtin representations made for It." '"..A. ;,' I : ,, '., ,': sfUS' 'i4t'I t
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were read and approved )l\" >r sale l hy nil dt 11'1'11. Prlcn Aocents. )I /' "
"Mr : M. B. Gilbert, couotv trees I fn "
Fo Unl-MIII>utn Co., llulfulo, ''
urer reported: as follow: New York, ,Hole agents for the United and Cold Baths You I'M for ]lloni'nt Valu *H
To tbt Honorable Board I of Publlo Instruction In SI 11\t.e1l. '
and for Oaoaola. _unt.I' ". IN'inunilM'i-' name noun's--end

herewith tender my. report u treasurer of take ito other, U-uni/ Fine Havana Cigars.

nla emioty for the month of April, 1908GKNKRAI . ::::= .
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A' ,'To baknoi from last,nport RCHOOk rueD.... tY1119I!> 'Benedicta"A I KATZJUST r
1 ,,, To amt rend from i.P Ho.wthoreo.iw.led I .
ry 1 book..................t.......... :. IIfI 1 t r aIhnikslkm.
To amount rood from Comptroller Oct.rod. .
.. kJ 1 +i 'I 48 POOL ROOM CONNECTION. 1'
To wnt;;.;;obfmniIsOColleetar.taxe; ., .if"l 11 11\ WOMAN'S MEDIQNE"DO IN .'
To matt.rood from Tax Collector: poll. toll tNl4Ti .
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btpaidwarratitaasperU.l... . 41r1n5 &._ .,kxlkcxlkrlkfk/kt..r. .
Jly) balance. ... .'...,....... . .. t J4J9 4NHI .
YOU SUFFER: the ills Of womanhood :I .. RECEIVED A fUtL LINE OF ?'
SCHOOL UB-DIIT. NO. :2.To a. fo many women do iulTerf Do you '

... want to got well without the necessity
bale from 1.treport. f T7 Islesworth Nurseries.
To amt reed from Tax Collector taxealy .. <9 47 of painful examinations and embarraMlngoonmltatlons

balance SCHOOL...HUB.. .'.niBT..... *O....!71.l l1o .. t ';1141 27 yourself remedy ,right r Into Do you your want home to sod take cur a I CirASE: &ico.. P't11'1UET1R9 J.i'w.;' HOAtiDAoftNTWe i i White Rose !I'

balance from last rwnortTo ....... 1177 I \fur I will have ready for next. Fall and Winter planting a general:
amt reed from Tax Collector, taxes 111 Im BENEDICTA assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Trees of all leading: varie 1 =
1' 6.19' Is a "Woman's Medicine. A prescription !I ties. Our trees are budded on good. healthy rough Lemon and

By'paid warrant aa per lint.. . .. . 249 47a of a phjplcian who made the etudjr of F. i iiIlal. hourOransre roots, guaranteed free from Insects pests of any kind. ,

By balauoe,......, . .f 41\ M 1)-.. his specialty. It was uteducceisifully i,j, .Ml budded from bearing trees In our groves and therefore true to 1 .Goods t
; by bin In hie practice. It has name. Our facilities for growing nursery, stock are second to
M Cool HUB. HUT. Nu. 4. been used soeceaifully by thousands of I I none and our trees are us tine as mot.ey and twenty year's exper- .
r To beUiice from last rxport ....... t AMI 84 women during the ibany years since. Pro- ience can produce We are ir..klng: specialty this season of the
'To amt net from Oosn t.. Jan redemnt 17 .Te..Iy. physicians tiar also found It a ral- famous Caliloi: 'nlu Valencia Late which is distinct) I.> become the 1
'o.mtreed 'romTaaCollector. taxea Sin uabl. asalstant. ,when they desired to STOld I greatest monev-n aker In Florida. Our Vuli, i cla buu: come. dl- : Canned Fruits. Jellies. Jams Marmalades Vegetables f
j $29241 an operation. leit from the Ix M Leu lug u. fH In the lUti l It now humus, for producing Fish Etc. J
By'paid warrant aa per lint. .... :285 87 the t"'ht Valencia In I alifcrnii.. ..
By ..btlanoe.' BCNEDICTA Write for Prices to J. W. HOARD Gotha, Fla.. cr call arc J see our Nurseries
TATH AID roxn Is a vegetable remedy. It li made fromroots R. R. S. 6t t
at Waco on Florida! Midland R. Floyd
I' herbs and barks known to possepropeetlse t
T.balance. from laat report ...... . 1\41. 00 Co.xA
By paid wamata aa per Hat........ ...,. 165 7J which bare a wonderful curatlre -
and tonic Sect opon the female organs and 19
By ./\ nervous .)'.ta... Without mentioning the ' '_ __'__y_' ' _
MRS. M. B. GILBERT. many forms of femaJe troubles that women
County T..n..r.Paid suffer' ,w*say that then Is BO trouble of this
warrants amounting to the- kind that ..*.lleta will not. Immediately...- C:. A. CARBON: JOHN M. LBB N. B CARSON: ,
sum of 1483 .91 were cancelled. hews and finally cure. re".t. Vlce-Pr.ddeat. Caekler.
Bills were aoproved and warrants ,
t t, Issued M follows: BENEDICTA State Bank of Klssittittiee. NEW SPRING :

+,a (B GUbao't,mole treaaurer.. lit and
'Ie Is and scientifically
prepared carefully .
,.w-Js.....a.salary aupt. ....:.... .. 76 00 Fla.
n Kissimmee
EBB....... MBI I... ..... ... . .. 480 with tbe. consciousness of the responsibilityof ,
W W o.a"" ..... If B P 1... ... . :lO no giving to suffering' women a. remedy that ----

JK Valley Smith Oaaette, liter, printing aohool .1. ..."....... .. mmin 6 00 will not' onlyjb*beneficial,but also harmless PAID VP CAPITAL...... a 000 00
.' R 101 It.._ _I In effects, no matter what may b* the condition
N1P ) No.1 : > w !STOCKHOLDERS LIABILITY.. . . BO 000 00" .. I 66 IWS of the woman taking
M 101 loa loa I,, Fu.n. .. '.. -.. I < 00 It Is sold at $100 per bottle, by DEPOSITORS SECURITY . . .. 100 000 00 GOODS
... .. 46 00 -
'I' M'-U'-TRraina al f s Fatah .. o .?.. 1 45 OU Careful Atte Joe to a'l natters entrusted '
.. .. 44 (10 Robafs n's Prompt and gtyeu
Mb.IoIIoa po M 1.Bryan_ w ... ., .... I I 46 44 00 W( Pharmacy, to .... Exchanges good sit sill points at cheapest

Mb.Emma Yowell".. .". .. I 4i 00 rate.
M PherlB-o .. .. :... 1 3& lit "
MleiNBodavaChaejPBelknw .. .. 1\\ :16 Ufl NOW OPEN .
.. .. '.'.' a 116 00 .. ' \ .,', ;j, '
MUa Carrie Tlaon.ii II 4r '' THE WORLDS GREATEST SEWIN6 MACHINE ,. IQ f'' < Q jII'l'
t W B"' kln.N",,\Moll. ... 7i f' '
S.p hauang and ,, '. f, : ,,> ; < ; ,;.(:,.,. flY'J '
1 W Oliver: -,M aumy a la. ..PI*\, .>4.,.:.::::: J og LIGHT RUNNING '." , .;,', ..; "" "..;'.:!.,\\!, <<\J'! :,. ,I. /oj ;<' '

I 8taBford.Fmreona-aravae!!* Evans- ..P"ea School 1.,aup....acaool. .10 1 0 7ax Iii Favorite Fertilizers .: :

"o L.BaacII'Iand y'.;_.. ..l.aeartl.., ,. 'i Ita 18 HQN ( H. C. STANFOR.D''O *. ,

:I A oWwIad Ilk .ot.... sub
t diet 8,.. .. ,<." .. 51)0
1)L Beady eon tejf eolaubdliiti, ". 4 77ii FOR CITRUS AND ALL OTHER CROPS.FERTILIZER -' -
J A Lane..t rartMd. &t0...... aub
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11..101 B Gln-t,_ t_.. .ult. -+'" -0-
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Mr.H B Gilbert, " .. 4.. 321 BARGAINS AT CASH STORE '
Mr. It Ii Gilbert; " :. 101 T1ll *0onot I ..:hoollBt"4l i . 71W MATERIALS

The appointment of teacher was .
postponed till next regular meeting. r Calico, 5c per \d. Picture and Picture Frames 6a

I W. C. Bass and Supt. Sears were i INSECTICIDES_ 1 in Lawn, 40 In. 'idel5e prryd. U> 3.1c .
Instructed to have school house built .
4 at Flnoey Point. -FOR ISALE BY- Lace, .'>1 In. wide worth 20c) sell Spool Thread at 4c. '

There being no further business, >

Board. .adjourned. till next ,.regularmretit. J.. M. LEE :- KISSIMMEEAGENT 15c's Cassimeie 1'anLs, worth 112.r.o), sell Ladles' Union Suits at 81.00. rt}
Good<) Door Lock: with I two keys.' 20o.uNice t
W. C. BASS, at I.T5 t '

v2tl W. J.: "" Chairman.. FOR Pin Sirlp 1'airtn, wotth.: $1.50, sell at :Suits Clothea worth 914, at 110 '
Sanders Fertilizer Company Jacksonville. Fla. _ti.ob. One-gallon Coffee Pots go at tffe.t. "t', 1.I
A Jeans Pants. north 75. tell at no.
Smile New Dress Goods from 15 to 25c,
i apl1'7 $!Uy 11.25. ,
Is a pretty hard thing to ,accomplishwhen 4W ,.

r .ort. you're There ! a bilious and for out all of "'f". ....'." ... **** >*.******** *****ej*************4ii.4teiie44R.O.MEE.K *
kinds of stomach and acre llvercomplalntsT01.1'011 core 'i .u. .ter You will. find Bargains in, Shoes I

c and UTDD wanUtltheraVIIwaUnllShuUle,notary ;
dyspepsia. Bal-
.)lard's. Herblne Is mild, vet absolutely 8bllu.Jo or Sewing a Mingle Machine Thread write{Chain to tUch\ | Every Day in the Week. '

ell'ecUve'llI all cases. Price 60 cents TNI HEW NOM SEWIRt MACHINE COMPARTOram0e _
per bottle. Sold by Ruberson's Pharmacy. ei ,

., < machl,,"see>.made Mars.Blsaysewing to eelh..a.dl. oC I i Ileal Estate.. } Ire. Life., Accident and Tori| {
._01.mad. .
--- -- quality: but th.New !! la w- ROLLINS COLLEGE- '
Our guaranty' sorer. run.out. undo Insurance. J
Bald hy a.ll>.rla... .....n.-I7. .
W. L YOJ X Xt DUlOB roil .......n : Armour's Fertilizers liiternutional liar- ; FLORIDA'S OLDEST COLLEGE. '

Stanford'Carson.. Hdw. and Sehools of' Music. Fine Domestic
Graves :Tester COJIII) )iy's Engines and Pumps. Rebuilt 1 and College Industrial, Acudeno Arts ana Huslrieaa.Carnoicle Expression Arts

t Co, Kissimm e.. Fls. all makes good as new $25 to $50 Hall and third men'.dormitory now going up.: eloctrlo lights: team and furnace
Typewriters ii | .
i lent. 'large faoulii: perdn-t liealtli. condition; one KriniiaHUini, .thlbtlo Held;. tennis oourU
_ toll links,baseball and l>a>kut ball teams chmnpioni of lotlila thin year Nearly a q".rlerof. A'r
nllllon ilollan endowment: oxpcn e.moderate; ndiolamhlpi. arallablr Christian 3nt: nnde-

REAL ESTATE \4lkatkaeefk d.alki arifearkfka6c..,. i fiKISSIMMEE. FLORIDA. .. i nomloatlonatetaudtor; '.' __ i i t+

t. M.. TILLER .. ............+..Ti+iaee..++Al.C...++ ................. CHARACTER CULTURE CONDUCT ,. ;

NPXIWM. 'session begins (b.-tuber 7. Tor cnlalnirties address the President, p
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KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA i A etaS = .. a'astelnLekrersea.x 8ulkt.rtky6saJ. F. BLACKMAN Ph; D., Winter Park, Fin.auvta .

3 t.t| Realty bought and sold? r : : Picture Moulding. I $

ROGERS'AND CANCMAtAQUA LIVERWORTTAR ; 4 Houses rented. j. i. TI10J11Ps0$ .... -

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For the complete; once ot Cough. folds, :Taxes paid and TitleIfied verI & 4 t I \ All Kinds of Frames THE GOOD OLD SUMMER: TIME
y .Aitliinaand Brol1 7; tending Wild Cherry tooonaninpilon., have for Urerwort-.r. maulalned: Tar and an j Flee,' Life: and 'Accident (n- ? 1 FUNERAL Dl-RECTOR 1\\ 'made .to Order. : [ II WHEN YOU NSSD ,

tabllnhe4 reputation a. a r.ndnnl ronahremedy. surance. ,.
It oontalni no' opium .or harmful' 4" LICENSED EMBALMER I I..
dru,.can be) given with aaletr to childrru.Price .. tit Indemnity Bonds. fr .. J I agars, | PORCH +CHAIRS 'ii J| '
SI ()O. Bold only by Oeoeola I-hirmaoy. l.y.\; Prompt attention Given to
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--- < orders sent by mail or ; We .ban over 3.000 PMch Chair on tale.

F'P"A! ._ VANAGNt4'tr] I If ---------- .= Also Nice! Line of Ladies' and I telegraph. i : -FaOM Tai FACTOKV, to'You
I iwY PILES/ ) PILE8I PllE1S1( e-r.w.awetl.N. .:
I Gents' Burial Robes. -__ "'' -_.w..i.--_.._ ......._ .....
Pile ,
WilliaMs iiulUn n'
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*wHngaed'Itehingpllru West Side
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4.I THtJOAA V the tumors ,al'ens I| .tbD HohlOK at on e : : PUJJt..tCti. a ponittae" Nees lunlont re'tff. William. tI PHONE.,78, Court House Square. ,.;.-.........
... Indian PIIlinlm.rn) prepared for I'ilo anil FLORIDA CHAIR FACTORY
t' ,s KISSIMMEE, FtA' Itchlna nt the prlv."I'"rh." Molitouty. by theO 1k.ea.................rAcaek rikfkAtat4. rek.....-. ............... kja.JeV.4 t ,
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bat Our best'I lino antI I Is: the. ,u gF U r n II tu re f The Most Complete Line of Crockery. Ever I :

over In and ; Displayed in i teimmee.. .'.

LOW.Rockers of 'all kinds
are MARKED\ .

K"V Book Cases. Side [Boards. t .. We have a beautiful assortment 6 '
1 p Fancy Silver Piece, Vases, Cups and a

t % I China' Closets, Dining I ( .'+m Saucers, Cake Plates, errt.: and Water ,
V 1 1, 4 1 Self, Salad Dishes, Kte.: *""".*n,ont. fall to 1)
Chairs Oak'' Suites, Iron ? them.

"1 Beds and Bed S ringa.. 'd p a, .FOR THE CHILDREN

;zcii i We have a complete line .o( ')olla, Dull I
We Carry F II'LI De t Carriages Hocking lioness, Drum, ;

Uall. Air Guns, Kxpreis Wagons.. 1JIO. '
-"" LINE and 10 CKNT TOYS-- /

A. ,Spend Line of Hugs and Matting\ al Most\ .
Everything must be'
S= Reasonable Pries. becarrrted e eSTANFORDCARSONIIRAVSUARBWAR
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The 'KlsslmmeeVallei' ) Gazette A beautiful assortment, of the new In ho I !second primary as In. the Mrs TIennle" Ltghtsey, of Dnrtow, Sugar Cane.H Slave l>wood delivered, in town at.
1 lace, Filet Cluny Valenciennes etc at first, the Valley Gazette will charge stopped over here and spent Sunday t)0| ( per strand
KAT".I.:'!;. I adverllslrt'g rates for all communications on her return from St. Augustine, ( ,. W.C. Baurh.) l6-tl KlSSlMMEB LI7MUCR Oft.Cin ..

1i TELEPHONE NO..11.. Mrs..Cartwrlgbt and MU "Nellie published In the (Interest of wh<<-re' she had been to attend the (The following composition was De.
candidates. closing exercises of \pie Slate school try rClsslmtnee firth. On. and
- ---- Moore will attend the commencement lected as the prize winner 'from a get
,for the deaf dumb and blind. Her soraudeltclou* SchralTtt chocolates..
i exercises at Klsslmmee.-Barlow number submitted In the educationalexhibit
Our book of for
S. PUBLISHEDUEVERY FRIDAY, Record :- men'made : samples son, Mr. DeWltt Llghtaey.wvh.I has at theJast) State Fair. It. Is They hare a contract with manufacturers -
to measure garments, is been< blind since birth at I
graduated for1
told well In fresh .goods, shipped direct
--BY-- Use Plank' Chill Tonic Guaranteed replete with all the new things, come that the story sugarcane
institution this Mrs. from This
yean factory.. contract
-* the reader : require
and will -to
W.'.Ea. MAF Fllt3. Price 25 cents Sold by all early and:! get a good selection., LlghlHey Is highly pleased with the verse, appeal all old goods lo be shippedback
ta.tloll. to.
well suited 'for rec
I . 'KATx'S. a being 1
druggists. ull7-H management of the school and thinksit factory and new woods
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REPORT Is doing a great work for afflicted No stale goods are be offered for
OFFICIAL Mrs J. W. Oliver In having the Watermelon growers report that humanity In every school' room the< ale.

A.rmire' temperature for week ending Thor Peeler cottage near the court house, their crops are being b..dly.damalred South: ) 20-tf.

S rda7. May II" 1808. __ ._ __ _, ___ __ which she recently purchased overhauled by Hessian flies which put In an ap- The Ocala Banner Is authority for
Maa.l I and several rooms added.If pes ranee about three weeks ago. Asa the statement that In Citrus county Wo bun away UM tuft d....*.
i Mtn: I result it Is said the melon crop In an improperly marked ballot 1s not Tbm Uimuch the round with plowa wo par;
,. 1 you need anything In Winter this section will fall far short of what.I thrown out. The committee holds The barrow ......... Mit UM BUM*. WE HAVE JUSTRECEIVED

i I. I It Goods you save from 25 .to 50 percent It would otherwise have beenA I that any ballot that expresses the will And levels. all ........ *

,t Friday II'l vv- at Stanford Co. I of the voter when It Is clearly notfraudulent W hero during. will STOW, W
I private note from Dr. IJreaker
Saturday :: I :: .
be Th.warlo can
6 must counted It says. murar
Sunday Mr and Mrs M. Phillips and little Informs us that Mrs. Breaker arrivedIn f
"t'II 70 While do recall .
Monday.Tooedar I we not any judical
daughter'left Monday for a week: or Havnel Tuesday afternoon safe .
I The .d aid jointed stalks w drop. .
W.-IaJ< '... \ w. I lilt ten day visit to friends and relative and sound Dr Ureakersays, "while opinion ruling Is on In that line particular with point decisionsof the ThB throw UM crumbled arts en top. a. new and_complete line of Drugs
Thoradajr .- el l I' 70 I lift.a.a.wv.nnwaw.w. at Valdosta and jullman, Ga. there are many things to enjoy In many Andprajrina-HoavmtoUoMmr' crop '
the courts In other c..llel.-Tlmel. and Patent Medicines of the V4
;; one
Ravnel. S. C., I shall be glad when ...
The Home Store will send and Ret Union. To aond H sea mat ml*.
-- your packages for the White Star the time IIMr. comes to return to. Klsslm i W. wait-. till March's balmy.,..' best assortments of Stationery

I r'y vsr. Laundry. 47-tf mee. Talking about Gubernatorial timber And aun'a .....i_. warming rara*

and Mrs. for four years hence. the following Brine up the nwar ean*. ever to higk
S. J. Triplet, who brought Kissl met;
Mr. J. B. Barnes, linotype, operator are often discussed who measure up
I HELD.Wade \ 'for the Orlando Keporter-Star, had been spending several week. on to the standard: Frank L. Mayes, Through unnwr'a.............sultry bat "
THE: In Lake Tobaccos
Storm Island Klsslmmee grade Cigars, and Cigarettes
] was mingling with friends here last arrived) In last week D. B. McKay, S. J. Hllburn F. M. By plow and ..... our woartod feat !
<< town having
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Shan loiter b. nor ntnatWhite
Sunday. Hudson Cromwell Gibbons T. Albert
made the trip of over thirty miles for Jennings, Arthur T. Williams' woada... s- Manaln tot' suit the most fastidious;
Attention, Teachers.-AIL your nee the most part, by rowboat Mr. ...
"" "' Fred T. Myers F. M. Slmonton and whoa UM aOlns;torroaU 1& I
cessltlea for the coming examinationcan Triplett la much Improved In health W. L. Palmer, Park Trammel), Frank Now...FW.... Ita....ban. will wave Baseball Goods o'n hand and more
be had at.the Home.Store.Mr.James as a result or his outing. I
Wade the Tuner .Orlando.
Tba srowinsniaar earn.,
Harris, C. A. Carson and others. .. coming Slinj=: hot rubbers for every

A food snower of rain fall here Carson returned home Wanted..-:Good celery and truck There, however, may come to the Thraua-h all 0.. _tuBa'! waning bat. ;.

.'[ ,elLerd.... from Stetson University, where he grower to rent 41 acres of land (front a legislator who, 'with some From oarth and baavra cattxrlac.... ., boy jn Kissimmee: ; Toilet
has been taking a law course lastSunday. and measure can become so, popular as
tiled Irrigated, on Paradise Is .
To .. ..... IU banner*.... topoat
Midget watches 12.00 atKate's.
Ingersoll land. For terms apply to F. Vans to-sweep will the make State.and, The likely next unmake Legislature A raUlnsaoft. rofraln.Till Articles and all kinds of Drug-

The Home Store will call for your Agnew. 20-tf several men'-Jaeksoo,1 Ie Metropolis aono Daoambar'a chill. and rice.
j< Mr. T. W., Ellis went to Tampa on laundry. 'Plea e. have the change for Mr.: A. L. Davidson Is now manufacturing / That bitasr.... p-..."...........-.... timo' gists' Sundries-in short. everything .

'. business Tuesday.. ' him on deli very of the same_ tf. ' cement tiling, for ..laying: ,, 2 I. T.tth.ausar __\ ;; "that one might ex4ect'o'' > *

: Mr. E.; L. D..O'erstreet wai an' Orlando Seventeen carloads'of'freight wit sidewalks, under the> shed formerly The primary between Broward and } With leasing atop...many a balk v k ' .- ,

.;' visitor jesterdajruuEastman I. shipped from this p'olht yesterday used by Mr. Harry W. Thurman. for Fletcher for United States Senator The warp boraa..... tlrelln Walk.WbUa (find in an up-to-date Drug: Store
That's 'for the dull season making concrete blocks. This tiling and Gilcbrlat and Stockton for .' :1, ;
good ,
'" pretty governor .
,' Kodaks and supplies at dripping from UM croahtnf. ..... -. : ; Isn't It P' I. said to be more durable and is Is now on'and'promises! to be
.. O-ceola I'arma ,. -' . much prettier than cement walks and even more Interesting than the first. LIke loan wrens out by '.. be found atKissifflnKe
Tha n.etar.tored by NaUiiVa still
,- :}"'!ese packages for the' White Star I. Journal Subscriptions daily or semi-weekly for the Atlanta, taken Mr. Davidson now has several order The State Democratic Executive Committee From moor a .......t.... aiM-hlll

Laundrv with The lloooe Store. f7tf at this office. ahead. I I is in session at Jacksonville slows. from UM auarar .....
and Co.
canvassing'the vote today Drug
. + Mr. M. Cosner is spending several Miss Moore of Barlow, is here oa Lost Double case, monogram the official figures of the first primarywill Tba.:." that through tba MIBUM bouaa ,
' days. with friends at Mulberry.Col. brother. ( B. M. K. ) Gold watch with
a visit to her J. It. Moore not be known here. until tomorrow Haa oourtad all UM*aim* flow....
J. L. Moon spent yesterday .the genial and obliging local agent delis pin, on 'the Midland train fleur.1 I but unofficial returns give No longer aaaki ..... f dint;bowora,, Prescriptions, Carefully and.
Southern .: Co. near Ootha.Iteturo to this Broward lead Fletcher of from j Accurately A
transacting! business ID Orlando. of the press a over. That aaddom wood and plain. ., Filled.
receive liberal rewarcl' 1!, 1,500 to 2,000 votes and Gllchrist a Bat domoa oa_, buadac wins "; ..
Boy suits at Cash Ttore. Miss Furen, one of the teachers of Any 'mat.Uoapurch..ed from I lead over Stockton of from 3,600 to To alp ..... iwootneaa and. to slog r.

Mr. 'and Mra. R. J. Foxworthy of the St Augustine/ High School is for caith, and retailing 2ft cents us, 4,000. All four candidates express Pimiao of surer_.... .
here on a visit to her sister Miss themselves confident of
Foist the of friends as winningout
Myers are guests yard or more will be laid free
in toSn. Bessie Furen, of the Osceola High per in the second primary and are Th.children, too. lot looae from Mbool.FortotllnB FFYSSEFRsre.p.rlty.drdM
School. and will remain till after of charge in an) house within the
preparing to make the fight of their all of books and n''".
'Wedne.d'avfor city Until This Is guaranteed by'the
Mra. E. O. Tatman left commencement lives. > Note rather round UM juicy pool
Benton Harbor, Mich, to spend Home Store. I I I To drink. and drink. attain! .bUfyL.vr'aMda '
"Sue loe silks" so extensively) advertised I f.a cfaMtoy t_
the .a
summer. Shortly after 11 o'clock last night Soloetinc than" ,with merry-talk.
Rev B J3. Guy has> tendered his -- .arras
Dwellings, for rent, apply to M. icals sale in all the lea.dlnaperiod. -. resignation a* pastor of the Pine- John W, Watson's large handsomestore And paring' off.....ovfcnr sWq.Thiy .....--...-..
Kate's.Air. .
on at the of Avenue O. and chow. tbo l.t_.beets.;
1'i' Tiller. castle Baptist church and will leave at corner sum can aswlsey,,
t i?' f C. W. Ward left last week for with hU family next week for his place Thirteenth street was discovered to C.tlwy.......IacI. r
IP. Miss Lizzie Carson returned hone Philadelphia to spend the summer. near Tampa, where they will residein be on fire and but for tbe prompt and A...... .beneath the low. rude. abed sa Doa't.-ri--
fronijHtetson University on Tuesday, Mr. Ward has been In feeble health future. Kisalnomee regrets to lose !good work of the Are department it I Is Above the fumes oaotblnc ...... wI' cfaJf.t -

t to spend& the summer vacation. for some time now and his many these good people. from her citizen probable that a large conflagrationwould And toaainir In IU tophat badUkafwaveaon jiir Tmygaiw f
For Bicycles, Sbanlbarger. Or- : friends hope the change will do him ship. have resulted. In fact, with } _',plala. ...._..t bya .
lando. S a-OL. good.If the wind blowing briskly from the While dinning;oft with anted, .....1.. __ nysrNs .
.; Laundry. The agency for the southeast, if the Watson building had Till eloa.... to ayrup. then .. toil. < b'a.d" .tr'r. t
Mrs. J. L. Overstreet and children you are contemplating buying a White Star laundry \Is now at the burned a large number of buildings The juice of'aucar' cane.And ...... 1
!!: left for Oa. piano or see the stock That is I fM u.fu.&E&.AdN..
Monday Cairo to spend organ Home Store, and3L_not now a customer to the west and southwest would have .
several weeks visiting relatives carried at the Home Store. Cash or ring up 164 and get on the list gone with It, including the. postoffioe whoa the wintory day Have come. U-c. .-.,--

The Fay St.oQklOator children and on time. and you will be called on every week, block. In the room where the fire was And boa la ,Hold. ,.. loncer roam, . . ; -"i ir
W.'U grad wlthla ........, home
t : ladles at Stanford Co. Mr. will Dale came' up from Miami I without any further notice,. This discovered there was a large quantityof see f
last week, and with his brother laundry gives most prompt and cotton waste and okum ..t.bia.a. An ample fist yet alais,
'. \. Mr. Harry M. Kreamer of Fdrt Harry, Is engaged building a neat efficient service, at Tampa prices.Col' .burning fiercely;"giving! out Immense And And. within. tba olde. eryae. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
Myers was here on business last Friday clouds of smoke it a hard Daanrt no king would' dare. ..ru_
." seven room dwelling; for his mother was
: J. Adei-bold's host of UNION
.F = and Saturday. _. on her lot just above her old residence. friends were pleased to See him on the fire to handle. No estimate of Mr. Brrup of sugar ail FLORIDA .11MfS.

Cut prices on woolen goods at Stanford .) streets again last .SaLurda,. Col. Watson's loss can -be given at this i And whoa fair handa ....t would. Ox.UV,8anta rb. OrtM State PmpefD4IUT '
time but It is that thed..mage
.5 Co.MesbTB.. Aderhold has been confined to his Claus bla. eandlx '
Florsbeim'B 96 Patent Oxfords are and mix aU.D4" .0<>MOI
\\l E+ R. A. Vans Agnew And A. the correct thing as to stile comfort home for the past several months by smoke to will furniture be quite l..rll'e.-Mlaml fancy !goodsby ft made In liquids. ......or itkka.In n). 3M.ra.1w.M. w.k )fODtII..1"00 .

E. Donegan spent Tuesday in Jack- etc. Found at H. C. Stanford Co. a serious attack of Illness, from which News-Record. Sunday.A colon. bright. piaq.To .
hi.II.- sonville. onlY. It was feared that he could not re tempt UM,..or taato porauado.They ,Tile SenMVeeUyTlms4)nbaan4Tto ) ) )
cover. Ue seems now to be Improving wlooly uaa t... xicmr made. .
farewr sad
A or 6 doses of "600" will cure any Considerable building Is going on however and it Is earnestly hoped Llvlrg8keletoad rJ...... of aorar e..... ,
In Klsslmoiee just now and Manager will soon be himself again. Ute rrMal lame of ... a.e>Weekly. d.
oay& of Chills and Fever, Cold or Lagrfppe. .W. .sad citrus...11e,U...
Klsslmmee I.umber Co. / la the final condition child that Then at.e the North the maple .--, to Aarlnunml! ,
Lupferof the any ...... _._ ,. ,-
states that he has been kept busy Fine strain Wljlto Leghorn fowls, has worms-If H lives., Think of bayIng And honey to tba busy bee Mal _,..,..._rlp,.coo .
Dr. J. W. Simpson attended the lately supplying home orders for male., 81.SO; females, 11.00; eggs, something in jour stomach that And (loey aweeta let othera ... .' M'
annual l meeting of the !State: Dental lumber. 1.00 for 13. Fowls four months old. eats all you take' aa nourishment. Within our golden. grain;

.Association at Tampa I last week. F. O. B. Ashton to parties not InKllllmm Nine-tenths of the babies have worms, Let thoM who will theaonntm* .., .

5-or 6 doses of "660" will! cure any A word to Housekeepers.-Vou can e. Klssimmee parties delivered may be yours has. Be certain' that it But give to mo phi golden rweet """""" 'T.r.--, , ." 4,'

ease.of Chills and Fever Cold or La- get the best refrigerators and freexersat I free. Large e laying strain.. has giving It White's Cream Made from our sneer cano.e ;\r. W ...LSON.R.
J .
the Home Store. Don't buy until Cash with order. Vermifuge expels all worms and .ii .
grippe. you have seen them. THE SHAKER COLONY, a ton lo for the baby. Price 25 oents. "Who wrote thoaa Ii_?' IOOM 0"'_, aak) "" .

V Mr. Chas Overstreet la here from Messrs. L. OverVa-y and H. Q 20-2t N ton, Flu Sold| by Roberson'n Pharmacy. A .tu .._ tired of uaaal task, S NOTAItY PUBLIC.STATB ...- l.1 l. "

!* Bar-tow to spend a two week's vacation Gresham of Bartow, were In town I,. ))1'. W. Wood fin Carson' who -' -- Who.'laying oil) the tody maak.Became -1 AT LARGB.'S-'

among old friends. last Mr. Overbay was for recently graduated. at the Philadelphia hlnuelf agam, Real tateAgent; '
Sunday. FatherIs ,
Happy l
And wroto In _.... aa la pact liroaa. .
6 or 6 doses of "666" will cure any some time a compositor In. this'office I Dental College; arrived home last __ '
A rich In .
pl. tribute rhrmea.To
ease of Chills and Fever Cold or La- and made a host of friends here who'i week. He: states that he has as yet soon turned to a sad one If he has Southern K1SSIMMEK.,. FLORIDA!

i grippe. were pleased' to see him again. I made no plans for the future and to walk the floor every night with a Florida. one cano.Tampa ,. . d
doesn't know where he will locate. ; McGee's Baby Elixir ; -
crylng'.baby: i ._ .
number cooler which -'-- -- -- -
townltthis of visitors are in Keep cool by using/ a Before entering upon the active wfll-make the 'child' well-soothe Its WILLIAMS' KIDNBV PILLS
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+ week attending the commencement you may purchase from the Home practice of his profession he will take nerves.- Induce healthy normal slumber Buy'a Kodak. 11... fan nr\ft....\ ynnr. It"'n..1'. llavoyon
exercises Of the high school Store for little money. They are overworitod oar n 'voaa ,>tem aa Woodfln l Best-.for bowels and
a ,we\Ir..roed. vacation .Ia disordered _b'.with irotir. kidneys and bladde
.Prof. R. M. Fr!: spent Monday !good but cheap one Of Kl almmen'. best'V, and most sour 'stomach-:-all teething babies The Co.oe lli.ll ar 1&ev' has 'secured Have ton mint In 10 "..,.1d..1....", .:-ob.. mi 1\.
night in Orlando were he was calledto Send your collars, cuffs and sETrts popular younz men and his friendsall need It. 'Pleasant to'take, sure. and tbe local agency for the famous Bast bladder )J.,. yon a liAble gap .........of tt 0

act aa one of the Judges In a debat! to the White Star Laundry. ,TheHomeStore feel sure that wherever he may docile cafe. Contains no' harmful' drugs. man Kodak and now hays/! them In a face desire,,xpa to>rliil pus),IN Vtlllmma1? Tao f""l.l KpllU ""' ...t.. '

tog contest by pupils of the high schoolin will sencl for your pack. to cast; bis lot; he will achieve Price 25 and 60 cents per bottle Sold stock ranging lo prices from 12 to $12., 'mil euro TOO;- V) Ow'coiPb.rm.ey, .1
' success. Roberson's Pharmacy. ' Buy one and make pictures rice ;JtVi'( ,
that city ages If YOU will notify' them. r ., ')" ynurown' , _
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PEARL STRINGING ***.r/***, rise south .f Hhs>* :town andj:de fad
w"a LAWYERS OF THE STATETo 1 TO TEST CLOSING 1 A VT. preclateon the north >

I AS A .BUSINESS !: ""Which ,of -cour..,", :'reflected

Saloon Regulations In Ptnsacola Subject i, A Girl( and a Secret Brown. "Tupper will not enjoy Its "

e Sea.'j for Court Decision. Opportunity: : to Create a New Vocation certainly-to his Interest that Anne,

Meet in Regular Annual Pensacola, Fl .--The famous 0 I. In the Care of Gems and AU My heard and tells: it will give him a

ion at Atlantic Beach. o'clock city closing law which has I Lall,'..Jewelry-A Chance to Cjr I Alice Lep.Of \!. chance to sell his lots while he caa yLE

r. been strictly enforced In Pensacola Add to a Slender Income.: make something 'on them But did

since last October, and which lisa been! V* l '. ',**)toOt! 1i ***, the girl hearT"
I DATE IS JUNE 25 AND 26 frequently attacked by tbe saloon Interests A very .valuable -string of pearl. t .. The following morning at' the A

,.1* lobe Riven a teat hi the su should be restrung every month,' ...Ifone "course,It was a careless. thing| breakfast table, hiding his anxiety be.
cOllrt of Florida Harnjy Thomas would bB on ;tbe safe side for
prem. for Brown and Hammond to do-talk hind ''a' newspaper" he questioned hit
Gathering a negro, who wet convicted In therecorder'l there Is always the danger of the '
Hotel Continental Will Be over! their business affairs In a pub- wife concerning( Anne, _
court for vlolailnng the law silken cord rubbing against a, .diamond He there '
his place-but were a few details "What klnd.of.a gin Is -Anne Tup-
Place-Committee i. Appointed !and fined $110 and costs, appealed brooch at'the back of the collar
to arrange concerning the purchase '" Mrs. Brown enthusiastically.
repeated ,
case ta the -state court the man being per
; Detail. and one' or more the, delicate of the South Bluff before Hammond
she's dearest
to Arrange In the employ of a prominent saloon "lIVell.\\ the
__ ___ I owner, strands being broken thus1' tasking took: the express to New York. girl! :Every one knows Anne, and '

; Jacksonville, Fla.-The Florida State Recently state 'court upheld the the waxed threads too, thin to hold "If any one should have overheardus every one talks to Anne- :What?" : i3 4t

Bar Association' will assemble\ lor"the constitutionality of the Cltj- law stating together for many days. Yet many ," h. began as the whistle of the But her'husband had said nothing. rat. w "4i

annual m utliu: a-ntf banquet oa Jim that In Its o?>lnl.>u that the city women cannot bear ,to part with a. express sounded far down the valley He had merely groaned Hastily ie 7

]q 25 and 26 at Hotel Continental, Allan. lias ample power to regulate saloonsas costly chain or a handsome dog collar "it might cost us pretty dear" He turned the groan Into a cough' and

tic Beach. to their closing hours, and that the Just at the, height of the season's glanced nervously round the dark end added. "Consequently, then' Anne I. I
legislature In granting a charter con. gayety for the most'expeditious Jew- I
This* was dednltely decided upon of the station plalfotmwhich. : was, talks to everybody." ,
at a meeting hold at.the office ut Acts Termed\; such powers The saloon: interest eler .'Would.not be able to return the covered with boxes., ,Mrs. Brown hesitated. "Why-ee.
CouH Clubs) *'of the city tlie.i grasped the Opportunity In less than three four
| r pearls daysat
log 'Beer lar, George or Brow'n '
from a yes.; and "no. Anne Is quiet sort of
being advised rose a seat on. box. a
x>f making a test case,
ot (tae executive council ot tile H SOelation. I least. There Is al.o'a certain risk --S'
? by a' firm, of prominent lawyers "No danger," he returned abstracted girl but ifl&t! she says count"
i i'j In losing sight of a rare string of '
c Present at the meeting In addition I that the city has no powers after Issuing pearls for' the briefest time at ly. "CoasVs clear; nothing here but "If she' heard" 'he decided, ,"the
y' I Secretary .Otbbs.; were President R. a license as t3 compel ''the man even the most reliable and far-famed freight," motioning at the same time news trill spread,like' wild-fire." t \...., ., 7 a t

L.. Anderson of Ocala.. William Hunter! paying the' money for such to'cloae '' toward the lighted end of the plat- He'on, a group of men in
of Tampa and Theodore.Burton of Ar' his place ot business at any hour and establishment, there may be. unwittingly form. "The ears are all up there" front of the postofllce, hobnobbing ;91issOPtIIA '
as a result tills case will go to the supreme employed some one who will
with their heads ''There it J
t cadia. Hammond pickedup his suit case together. ;
for decision.THROUGHOUT take the whttn'reltrlnc. ;<
+ Tbe first matter taken ui;. wU the court a opportunity with a brief nod "A pair of good Is? was his nervous thought. He
\ Ing a necklace Qf substituting a cleverly EN
tor the meeting.and ,
selection of a place ears Just now; might easily rulniour stopped abruptly and listened;
the dttee. Thursday and Friday, i THE STATE. manufactured pearl In'place; of plane Once let those North Bluff *Twas the biggest fish ever' taken : :: '
as the tbe real the of HEALTH Y'POOR"tI:
June 25 and 26, were chosen gem "pearl great ,
I -- -- hold out of the fell on his
fellows get of the fact that we Su.quehanlaa5"
dates ,and spacious Hotel Continental, price," or perhaps ot substituting between RESTORED) NA
Atlantic Ocean, wasunanimously -The pKspect of steady employment are after the South Bluff and they'd relleved ears.: | BY PE-RU- .>;

frosting on the chosen, as the meeting for carpenters, painters and street the diamond clasps an entire wake up to Its value In a hurry-" "O nonsense Stopper! I got one ,
workers In and arouud Daytona is new string of apparently perfectly "
last Years
October that
"And with more than we weighed ,
rh very encouraging and many who left matched true pearls and 'so marvelously money Catarrh Twenty-five
gatheilng were din- can muster" added Drown. That evening he telegraphed to
Plans for: the town[ last summer on account of dull can pesrls be imitated'that Itmay -Had a Bad Cough.
cussed and It was decided that ono times will remain at home wile good The two walked slowly toward the Hammond In cipher: "Signs indicate
be months before
the II-
-- of the features oC the meeting,should prosepct 6f all miner work.A many upper end of the platform Hammond that she did not hear. Not sure, however Miss. Sophia Ki.ttlHeo"' Evanston r
fraud will be discovered. lIDo,.. U. IS. A., write:
probably "
to be held
be a banquet, returning again to the matter they with catarrh for
from Weat A have been
special Key : 1
says A real need, therefore, that has
on the last night of the two-day session. The following day stillrpprehen- and have tried
message from Jupiter states that the had been discussing. nearly twenty-five )ear ,
d Greek steamer Cycladus, bound from been felt for many years by all who "W ll, I'll be back in a few days live, he mixed with the townspeople many cure for U, but obtained very little'r
details tar as the arrangements costly Jewelry; 1st for some ,
The. possess
were concerned so were left to New Orleans to Genoa, loaded with, means ot having the different necklaces with the deed-If nothing happens. alert and listening, and that Bight I bell'-Then my brother utilise mm to try

of Jacksonvlle attorneya.a cotton and grain foundered off the In the meantime I'll keep myeyes sent a stronger telegram to New IVrtins, and I did.
a commute liahama Islands May 13 The bracelets, chains, brooches, etc.. York "Am satisfied she did not I'PlllthV8.. at the lime I
of Attorneys Gefrge C. Be. on cap-' open for a manager. It's hard to geta : "My very poor .jp.
consisting kept In order without having to relinquish 1'eruna. My throat %vas very
lain and fifteen of the crew reached hear. began Inking
C. D. good manager-harder than capital
dell Walter B, Clarkson and them for indefinite time and 1 had bad cough
an sore a ;
a =Nassau In a smallboat.. A: boat with
ithlnehart and keep his But the third day this satisfactionwas
quarry..a manjwho'll Tl.f't'.f4l"tR"
fuur and six ot the Is just when they are most wanted for "Peraurtdaacurrdrn.:
This committee will map out the still missing passengers crew various halls and receptions.Strange mouth shut, his eye'i open. and at turned Into uncertainty and : ,. La gone and my health tovery
program that is to mark the business tend to business: alarm J>y a simple remark from an much imp fated.
1 sessions of the association, to select a -On November 29, 1907, the Florida as It may seem, not until Ills speech was Interrupted by old woman known by every one as> "I recommend Peruna to all my friends
the Land company's large saw mill dry this last year did It ever occur to troubled I "
toastmaster to preside at banquet Drown. Brown glanced over his "Aunt Ruth," She had recently received wlin nn a* was.
arrange for responses to toasts choose kiln and considerable lumber at Mont- anyone that for a means ot eking PEKUNA TABLETS:-Some: people prefer s
subjects for discussion and otherwise brook was destroyed by lie. As soon out a not too ample Income no task shoulder, smothered an exclamation ''some long-deferred' pension tablets, rather than medicine In a fluid a
as the sites cooled crt they! began to and grasped tbe other's.arm. "Look money. She was waiting on the sidewalk form. finch 1I001'Ie l can obtain rerun taint
round out every detail of the meeting, could be pleasanter than to take up -.
t. The meeting promises to be a large clear! away the dJbrls and as soon as tbe of there!" he. commanded. Hammondsaw : for Anne aqd Mr. Brown was .Jet*, which represent the jiuidicinal injredienU -
as a profession stringing pearls of I'urunn. Each tablet equal one
one, and indications are that there will cleared! they .began to lay the founda- and polishing up and even resettingof and understood. Just behind her. average dose of Peruna.

'tie about 200 of the leading attorneys lion for a new and up-to-date plant. two A figure emerged from behind a "I've Invested half toy pension
precious gem.Vlth one : Laxative
of the state present. This Is no little task, but each day tho or: pile of boxes Just back of tbe spot money." Aunt Ruth annpunced, as Man a-tin the Ideal '

The dates selected are such that It work .showed up and today they havo lessons, any girl or woman could where they had been dlscuslbg business Anne came within hearing. "DId it .ANirAcm) in: BT PEiDNA DRUB X.
easily learn the art of pearl stringing ,
Is believed, the vast majority of the completed one of the most complete this. morning." MAHUfACTUlHB COMPACT. COlUMtPS.Rapid ,
small girlish figure
secrets a
plants In the state and the knowledge once acquired a
members of the association will be "Oh did you aunty" respondedAnne
which hastened them and Into
field will be at once to her past curtain should follow every
free from pressing legal duties. -From section of Duval open "
every county, brightly. "How!
the light Just as the train drew into
her friends while her list of exhibition of
and particularly from the residents of among "In a lot at tbe south end." she Ail temper.
NEW STEAMSHIP,LINk Jacksonville, comes the demand that patronesses Is sure to Increase rap- the station. responded eagerly. "I tried to get
the board cf county commissionerswake Idly for as yet there will be comparatively "It'. Tupper's girl! exclaimed Mrs.TvMnalow'sSoothlnR ByrnpforChliarem
To Operate Between Jacksonville and up to the fact that Duval county little\ competition to encounter.As I Brown "Anne Tupper! I've heard one of your pa up at the north end, teething.Borten.t.begum,l'educetlln &m_,
I but he told me to get a south end lion,allays paln.cnres wind colic,26c a bottbs
New York and New Orleans.Jacksonville must be re-dlstrlcled. Aa it now stands, the Koran says, "Thy friend hasa my wife speak of her, often." He said 'twould much

Fla.-Jacksonville leI II Is pointed out. tha matter Is a farce. friend and thy friend's friend has "Do you suppose she heard," demanded one. come" There are many subways In the

? have:another steaniahlp! line directto One district stands with Just two reg- a friend." and so the conscientious Hammond blankly "or hasShe cheapernow, and mebbT- ground plan ot politics

New York, and Mr, Tbeodore O. Istered voters therein, and' of worker will soon build up a thriving Just come on the platform Here Aunt Ruth, bowing crisply to
t Eger Is to be at the head of the newcompany. them! voted In the primary. Another! Mr Brown, waited until he bad
Cures Pains
Capudlne Indigestion .
business among her friends and acquaintances Brown gave a low, perplexed ,
district, the First ward or the city, passed Anne also, glancing up, Belching, Sour Stomach, and Heartburn
but not direct "And
and througb them whistle a reply.
t This announcement will give general rolled up a total of 831 votes. among bowed, and flushed uneasily. from whatever cause It LiniiKl. EdeM.Immediately. *)
satisfaction to tbe people, for Mr.\ -Two years and ten days' for hcr&e their! friend. and acquaintances, ando I Tupper owns a lot of real estate here "She looks guilty" thought'Brown. ) Doctor pracnb it. iOcMe. .. ti

Bger Is well known te a large number stealing was the sentence passed '$ on. with the infinity of an ndlels -most of It on the north side. This walking on,."but I C.D't. tlnderltal1d ., and 60o., at drug. store. t

of Floridians and he has their conn-. upon J. H. Johnson alias D. Sanders chain. business will play right into his hands Tupper's advice. It he knew, he'd - ---

dence and esteem. The announcement by Judge lieggs in the criminal courtat As a regular profession tttis string -and into theirs' certainly try to sell off his' north end Time for Them to Crow.

t that he Is to be at the head ot the newenterprise Pensacola, when the defendant was ing ot pearl collars and necklaces By the last pronoun Brown referred lots instead.ot advising people to buy A ballerina whoe-9 dancing has taken -

will win for It hundreds of arraigned and entered> a plea! of guil- could really ba made decidedly profitable. to the owners of the North at the south end" and his perplexity America b.torm praised In New

't friends and patrons.For ty. Johnson Is the man ,who got .. From the pearl stringing the End quarry. Increased. York American railways

some little time it has been away with a' horse and. buggy from business could easily grow into the Hammond 'groaned. "What fools 'How splendid how fast your rsl':
known that negotiations were: on foot Pensacola. but was la Ala. That night Hammond received a
captured "
of and with her slight
more difficult art cleaning polishing we were to talkie: began. way are she said i
with the object In view of establishing bama. After ills capture it developed! last telegram: "Hurry the purchale..Amafra'td H
and of "You have slow i.
Jewelry examining "All aboard;I" shouted the braki- I French! accent. no *
a direct steamship line between that he was, the man who had been It's known." The owuer '
this port and New York. The first making a trip through' the southwest, and jewel stones. regularly man beside the first car of the South Bluff, with whom Hammond trains, have .)'ouT Ah. wlth us it Isdifferent.
public &announcement however was era section! of Alabama and .at almost to see that the are all\ free Hammond spoke rapidly: "I've was closing the deal lived In : .

contained I In the New York Journal of every point-where he stopped be got in, their settings.,, and.with a tiny got to go on this train-I leave this New York. ., "Once in. the spring .on one ot our ,

Commerce Tuesday, May 19, and. ,away with a, team belonging to another -' pincers many a piece of jewelry can Anne What's-her-name In your bands;; i London suburban.lines a train ,.t v.'ped .

was'as follow.: man ...t- be rescued from an extended visit to If she heard, she must]be silenced But at'', the end ot'thethird day and a passenger, leaped out and

''From statements made In usually "We. the jury the Jeweler's. There are numberless her f.tber-maybe money....1."; suspense ;j gave"way to relief, for .entered. a field.! ga>'I.u T. ,
well Informed quarters, It appear find the defendant, little side Issues that be taken whether, Annehad, heard orriot, the shouted '
can to dor \
U. J, Holt not guilty 'a. all." up All aboard! '. shouted ,', the last '. What are you going,
; :) say we the'poa.e..lon
Is in of
sinew steamship company South Bluff was "
that. by the professional pearl stringer all '.''
This was the)verdict of tbe Jury. In the brakeman, and the vestibule doors be- the guard.l .,
of '
the formation to Hammond and Brown. ..
process of 'of which will net large returns on to slam. Hammond: going to gather a '
and freight service between case the state, vs. M. John Holt, gan \ am nosega-"m|
the deed from the
passenger city.
white the price of the necessary few )lessons results! called Ham- brought said the <
New< York and various southern charged with the murder of Albert "Wire me passenger. s,
i ports. ,John 'W, Gates and other McKay colored, .at Newberry la learning first-hand Just how the mond from the rear-platform, as the "Well, said Brown the following ."But.* eald the guard 'there are 4;.

capitalists of prominence are said to be several months ago, and which trial work is done. train'moved out, leaving a perplexed morning as the two sat on the hotel no flowers thereabouts." %
occupied tie! attention ot. the court Many girls and porch, "J don't care to repeat the taJc-,
f behind the venture. The .new. company women are now and anxious partner. 'I know said the passenger. ,
w which; it' Is reported Is to have for the greater-part of two days. Im- learning themselves how to're.trlng Brown took 'off his iiat and anxiety "of the last. week. 1 wonder If Ing a packet from his coat 'but I '

for Ita bead Tbeodore Eger. former mediately the upon healing the verdict, their own pearls and how to keep smoothed b.ckhis hair not heeding Anne- have a packet of seeds here.: "
defendant was ordered discharged Mr. Tupper came up the porch steps ,
and vice of
general manager president their Jewels always bright and lustrous -
y when he received the a cloud of dust which the departing
the Clyde Steamship Company, has know with Dr Close.
preferring now that they
k A Candid Answer
his friends ot whutU train threw Into his face. His
many crowned eyes
been so tar advanced In Its organization that one or two lessons will make it "We've Just heard of your purchase -
about him.
as to have acquired several piers followed a tall stoop-shouldered man ," said Dr. Close, shaking handsin jA-,
possible, to take sole care of their Here II an Incident that really ;
:* In the North< river and to have lerthe -.Step by step Jacksonville is In. valuable Jewelry. Small cases, In whom the express had brought In, a congratulatpry way. curred In a school In a Massachusetts
contracts for the construction of1' a creasing her Importance in the Industrial and a girl, the top of whose head "Hav you Just heard of It?" de-
silk silverXtted town
wood leather or :
number, of,Its) vessels. and commercial world, the latest barely' reached her father's shoulder. manded Brown rising and confronting -
with all I A discovered In the
the'necellary soaps sticks: little girl was
enterprise to be advanced being *, "Well Hammond's left me with'worse a '
r, PACKING SEASON CLOSES. Bonded warehouse, whlcit wl'l' take and chamois cloths for cleaning and Job than buying quarries," was Mr. Tupper impulsively. "Your aisle between the desks performing

rank as an innovation In southeastern polishing precious stones are now to his conclusion. "When girl knowsa girl has given us a great scare. Wedidn't :' antics: when the teacher. who had t

( Houses In 8t'Pet.rsburgClose. Business , errltory.; Announcement was made 'be had. and especially during the thing, every one else hears it. Now know but that she overheardus stepped out of the room for a few
down at the station lion-
for Present Season. some days ago that Dr. J, H. Darken< summer or midwintervacation, when If I should go to her and offer her talking minutes after flirst. requesidn! the p
'lad made application to the tity build- I one Is apt to be far away from any day nlllb.t-: children to be, orderly, re>(urned.>
St. Petersburg; Fla,-With the closing money to keep still Huh I" He Mr. Tupper nodded. "She did over
there will theY Ing commissioner foe permission to reliable jeweler, do these cases prove "Why do I see' you there andotIn
+of the: weak: come erect' such warehouse I put his hat on with a jerx.' "That's hear." '
closing of tbe 'orange packing houses ,building.! The a building permit and office has their usefulness. In the world of fashion all Hammond knows. In the first Hammond pushed forward laughing your seat Nelly" asked' the teach

in Peteriburg-for the present sea been Issued and the It is considered quite as necessary place it wouldn't do at all, and in the er.
contract .
: awarded. "Do you mean to say that .hedidn't
son. There are three packing houses In :for the jewels to be bright and would "Because I did not see you coming
aditlcn to tba' war h' usa and office second place It be only one
tell a few other girls under
in St. Petersburg A. J. Nye heads the It U for article "
scintillating( as
building the company will have every more thing for her to tell. The only hack. answered Nelly promptly.-
list, the Oulf Packing Company[ second erected of dress to be absolutely fresh and promise never to tell
a grain elevator with New York Times.
a storage chance we have la that she didn'the.r.
.W. third. A. J. Mr. Tupper smiled and shook his
and C. Sprlngstead capacity of 6,000 bushels the largest spotless. The handsomer the jewel ."
Nye packed and shipped 15.000( boxes In this section of the south. the 'more' does It deserve to be kept ,: head
of fruit the present season He also -: In perfect condition while a less valsuable He walked away slowly. If Anne "Do you mean to say that she r>n. TALKS OF FOOD
'; shipped the packing of C. W. Spring. I Proposals for the construction of the had been behind those freight boxes didn't tell you1' demanded Brown Pros of Hoard Of Health. ,
stead who packed the crop tram his Immense sea wall which Is to protect pin ring, or not she would have heard-what? soberly He had had too much anxiety :f!:
show for half It. worth if be
a *vwn seventy acres and ta addition that Fort Pickens from storms In future, up always It Iie;went over the conversation carefully . -to feel in a .laughing mood. "What shall I eat?" Is the dally Inquiry
the Hoxle His thatIs have been opened and It not kept clean and bright.
of groves. pack, U expected
with. I
and ruefully. That they Hammond Mr. Tupper hesitated.: "Yes. he the physician Is met
Mr/Sprlngst, amounted to 10. that the contract will be awarded A curious fad of the present day
000 boxes, which brings the total. of A. within the next ten days. The firm is the wearing of good Imitation and Brown, almost had their admitted "Anne told me, but only do not hesitate to say that In tny.
hands on the South Bluff-almost but when oldAunt Ruth was determinedto judgment a large percentage of disease
J. Nye up to( 25,000 boxes The Quit making the lowest bid wa Brewer & pearls by women who possess superb '
Packing Company packed 11,000 boxes, Jones, and the bid was $236,000. being strings of real and almost priceless not quite with the owners of the invest _in a north end lot. She has Is caused by poorly selected and"

all of which will be In the market within over 1100,000 under the highest bid pearls. Naturally there Is a certain North Bluff quarries" Just awakening so little to Invest that Anne could not Improperly prepared food. My per-

a, a couple of weeks Early in the which ws\ submitted by a Nashville risk in always wearing the costly to the'fact that South Bluff' was the be .Uent'and see her Invest In prop eonal-experience the fullycookedfood

.season the crop was short'because of firm. There were eighteen construct string, btt there can be little objectin more valuable piece of?quarry prop- erty likely to depreciate.In value- known as Grape-Nuts enable'

the drought of last spring and summer, ing companies to submit proposals for possessing a valuable collar erty. Once an intimation reached nor could I," he ended adding me to speak freely of Its merits. Oi,
and- was estimated at fully 50 per cent the work. The e short The figures as given prove the I complete circle of Fort Plckens, which
Dr. Close clapped Mr. Tupper on years with malnutrition palpitation
Is the Imitations.. So widespread .
estlmat almo correct.. While the i on Santa Rosa Island, and over wearing
drought has had a very bad effect on which waves broke' during the hurri has this fashion become ,Well, ,.with then capital It wouldbe the shoulder "Anne's as near lljte of the heart and loss of sleep. Last

?t the crop just packed because 'of the cane of 1906. and the wall is Intended among Women. who can and do own all' up with us!I" groaned Brown. her father as two people can bel"! he summer I was led to experiment personally '

? shortage! action has been taken by the to protect the fort In the event of fug the real pearls that many wear during Fools thatwe were to talk; It out laughed.- "Hat! ,bal Glad to knowof with the new food which I

grove owners to meet the drought ture storms of such strength. It u to the' day time' pearls that are but on the platform-but she couldn't a girl that's got so' much honor used In 'conJunctionwith good rich'cow'

i -, should another one come. Irrigation: be 6.300 feet In length, built of concrete gross Imitations, and yet could they have'heard, surely." about keeping a secret. Good for xnlllc. In a short time after I i

+ has"been resorted to, and plants have with a breakwater extending out not ,afford to own the real-thing they ,He passed the pretty vine-clad Anne! commenced Its use the ,disagreeable

Lti been installed in all large groves twelve feet into the gulf from the wall. would consider It-close to the line of hotel where he had been -taylng'all Hammond and Brown sat in silence symptoms disappeared my heart's, notion -,
r Those In this vicinity who have stud- 'It is to be 12 feet in height 13 feet at '
the two down the
vulgarity to-wear a piece of imitation summer with his wife. The little watching go. street. became steady and
.; led irrigaUonand Its benefits believe the base and ( feet In width at the prop
top. Hammond amote unctions' of !
The work Jewelry. It all revolves. back to town had started in the centre of Suddenly Brown'sknee the ..tom.cbwere
that as good a can be is the most expensive to be
crop produced
,' 'with Irrigation and a drouth as with undertaken On the south in many the old truth t: She who can afford the valley beside the Susquehanna, ,. "There's our manager! .bo erty carried out. and I again slept'' aa
gear afford to' but the North Bluff had drawn announced excitedly soundly and as well aa In my youth "
good seasonable rains and no plant. years, but U deemed necessary. the costly ,can wear quarry ,
IrJ t the Imitation, but she -whose income the business part north making the ,Brown looked dated. "Who "I look upon Grape-Nuts aa a per

BABT ACCIDENTALLY KILLED., -The Georgia Society of.Jacksonville is.1;known to be small'need never land more valuable on ,that slde-< and Thought you said you hadn't found feet food and no one can gainsay but'

has completed arrangement.'for'Ihelt .strive to*acquire:a string'of''peacl.; here,Anne's father dealt largely in one." that It has a most prominent. place In ',

Infant Qaughter.,of ,'Justice Whitfield first semi-annual 'barbecue and picnic for they will never,be given the credit real estate. On the opposite dds of "Well. I have, and"so have you. a. rational scientific system of feed.

.' Choked to Death.'Tallahassee which will be given' at Green''" Cove ot being genuine, another,Illustration the'valley rose South Bluff to which Just'like Anne is he? Well that's tag Any one who uses this food will

e '.. ; Fla.-The Infant da ugh-: Springs on June the IS., The'ateanrer.. of the,verity? "To him (or her) that s> Government geologist had recently t: fine recommendation to begin with soon be convinced of the soundness) ;

i M t....Df Justice James B.: Whltfleld of City.of Jacksonville! has been chartered ha Ii."-,New York; Times..," called attention- with the assurance and that transaction with Aunt Some' of the principle upon which It Is manvfactured -* ,

; the Florida supreme court Was accidentally for the occasion; .A' string band i that Us ,underlying ali.tawere',but body-." Hammond stood up. "He's and may thereby know the ,'

'r killed.,' The child fell from Its will be In attendance to provide music LJterat.....'. Lad 'Legion. continuations of.those being quarried the ,man to'make,things go "straight facts .as to Its true worth;** Read. "

carriage, its. neck becoming entangled for,all. Underline 'admirable arrangement 'There's legion that' never .across- the,valleya valley which the for ,us ',when we're;; not arouad, I "The Road to' .Wellvllle." lnKjkgs,;:j3 l.,_
y,, In the strap, and Itw... choked to of the .special commutes'; In a .,was Busquehanna had worn through vote' for Tapper,," ,There's a'Reason." "- '

death, before any one could reach It ch.rae'the cost of the outing'and barbecue listed among book as well as 'countless ages: If, the South Bluff "So do,11," concurred Brown,'heartily Ever read the above letter? A siew'';T\
entire wUl be less than tha.o&st< of'an among men;. books that have been '.
a and rescue it The community were purchased and developed: accordIng ; and Anne's father became manager ,one appears from time to time. T/hy-; ,
is' sorrowing: with the bereaved. par- ordinary round ,trip to '1 the, beautiful contemplated but never written-a to of the South .
of wraiths Hammond and Brown's. pro- prosperous BluttQuarry. ; sure genuine; true and fell of liamaa.IDte.t. .
spring literary regiment and .
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SHE PULPIT.A of mild entertainment and pleasant Her lawyer-"Uy earnesf sympathy 'I A Century stone;: Coati
dl'f'ersIGD1"ber.' the sea 'their Tours 1s'en'Irreparable loss.

friend and have *pUaaant word but The .Wldow-po., I reallyIooktoold"rDoetoa'lrasscHDL : tRtlkesbarre( today celebrates the \ttaVitucI\ \
the men have been seeing their
JBRILL1ANT SUNDAY, SERMON BY : centennial of anthracite-' 'Special honor N.
friend all the week: and.'now they ,
r,, ij DR., CURTIS' tee ;'UWs, want simply reU ( FITt\8t.-Vitll"Da.n. ? (
.' ",> ,, ? r ; Men have many things In their nuneoUycurad by Dr. Kline' areas Nerve < ,,Yhi1r .,Judge Jesse Fell the Wyoming 'valley 'CoostiV<< "
{ lives which furnish them with social Restorer W trial bottle and treatise fre. pioneer who\! on February 11. 1808,
; Theme ]Men in ha. Cliurcji. life,'and with a little balm for their Dr. U. R. Kline, Ld..Q31 Arch Bt.,Phila., ft. at the village tavern showed bow' flay(>Q1'etTnarwlitl aercowte1ptnptr '

'.., sore consciences. Tens of thousand Pity that regrets' could not jcome "stone coal" could be burned la an l e frodah\ ttt) e q.5t t"ct: ;
of men belong to clubsand societies
'* 'Brooklyn. N. Y.=Dr. Curti. Lee and lodge Here they apend their before Intea4 of after hasty action.A open grate massacre of unusual if the OIt") rny.-b"ne-J.c) 1 l tlwc
LAWS the new pastor ot the Greene leisure time and spare money and An ""'r.'t )lru J(at- uJrr
;: Church Sunday night, many of them will out4 the. COliN CURE THAT CORKS.ABBOTT'S atrocity a poem cud the reputation to '
1 'A venue Baptist single I ,< ,yfe. ich, enabiffr I.* on* form refulAr
: h '
ui. ... ... b
i preached a special sermon to men. charitable feature of these organizations ..DI. coax r i T Is a wonderful ot being one of natu.. garden spots .Ott.d .
Thp service was held under the and will say that their lodge Is remedy for bard or soft corns, bun- fix the Wyoming valley In the popular ,, nG doily $ : A ro,", '

'atftplces/ ot the Men's..League of the. their church; Inculcating( all that Is Ions sore. callous spots on,the feel .warts mind. It Is otherwise entitled to fame lure MOV: be gradual-) aibpenbed W',

church. In the course ot hi* address good and beautiful. When any man and InduratlOBS of the skla. It It applied source of national wealth- far ",\en hown&rT needed attKebestetwtttve : ;
he said some very 'strong things. The allows any human aoclety-to take the with a brush and ur a without suiting,. M exceeding the product of California te medkg wt\n\ Ye9uirizl' ereteessia" )
,t.subject was "Why There Are More place of the church of God In his life* burning or aorea_. your 4ru.its
.. ";:.Women Men In the that society has become to him a post- or by mall from Tmu ABBOT Co., 8a.Dab. ....- gold fields or African diamond mine .n!l not tf s q pIaht>l the) ttaturvM ,:

*. :We took no text but, at once vigorous. the evil,.and be ought at once to rec, . QavKissing. .' Twelve years after Fells discovery junction, ,; .k'cot Mw tdcp
ly:took up bis theme. He aald: ognU It; a* ,* snare of the devil. only 365 ton ot hard coal,were chipped tnately'upon '
It Is not a fact that our churches ; These societies do good in their way, Is less dangerous, than" the Store proof that Lydia EL Pink from the mines'la a year. Now proper.. liiia ,
are not reaching men In our" day and I but comparison: with the church of '* fatber.TBT'I'ltal"A._ hum's VejretableCotnponnU saveswoman there is an annual output 'of 72.000- !rP ::4.Jot"tA.a f ..ft-t geiiersHlycIoget

In our city. We are reaching men; God they are as a rush light to a star from surgical operations. with value. at ItA deneFeial'el ec s,:4Hwdj8
CCUB.TBTTBBIHB 000 tons a.
reaching men In Urge nun of the first magnitude firefly to RKI.IABI.Bi buy th. \
wq are as a < Mrs. a AV Williams Gardiner All genuine ;,'
;t>rn and men from all classes of so the sun in all his glory and splendor.I Is a sure, eats aadspeady. oantor Ia.ino. writes the mines of 168000000.

ciety. Out It. II I a fact that we are not blame. these societies for keeping: and eesama Doping, tetter pU... sk:In and scalp by phyatolans diseases'ndorse.l .. OIl was, a great sufferer from,female the gold mined In: the United 5yru iR igs s..r'ixheJ&nnC\' : ''

reaching men In the same proportion many men out of the reach of the praised bf thousands who hive need It. troubles, and Lydia E.Pinl ham's Ve States la 190 WM worth but. 194.000,,, -.fact.t; to IN i ,
+ and to the same number,** we are Gospel for they try to teach men that Vra rant. sootbln. aotlaaptlo. MJ. at table Compound restored me to health. 000. The Pennsylvania anthracite, ,
rtr aching wotneq.This; I Is 4act, and, moral are as acceptable* religion clncP'" or by mall from' I. T. aaorTBiBB, In three months after my physician fields cover 470 square miles and Include , CALIFORNIA
Is I I. a tact to which wa cannot be Innocently -. and many men are flying a blind allegiance A, Savannah. Da. declared that an operation was absolutely fifteen seams. The industry em'' ,
Indifferent. We. must meet to these human' Institutionsand FIG SYTUJI Co. ONLY
Ill news travel fast when It 1'\ co- necessary. ploys 145,000 men How long will the
the situation fairly, and it the fault at the same time believing that
I Jlrd. Alvina: 8nerlin& of 154 Cley. supply last at the present rate of SOLD BALL LEADING DRUGCtSTSe .
,, 1* in the church we must remove it. they are serving Almighty God. Men Ing 'IC). a doctor. ave easy' r* ,Ur |>r>" Solo...Dottl.
'. Here are facts which no'one will also have politics to interest' them, '*0 bourne Ave Chicago:111- writes : yield? Probably. 100 years accord

dispute. Fully tl o-thtrds At the and during a political! contesj It seems To Drive Out Malariaand: Build Up "1 suffered; from female troubles, a ii*. to conservative estimates.By 1

L church member of our country are utterly out of the'queiition lo Interest the System tumor and much Inflammation. Two' that time the 030,060,000 tons ot ,

.women and more than two-thirds of the ordinaryman in anything else Tak.'tbe Old Standard GRO"&'. TASTBUB of the best doctors In Chicago decided anthracite In the Sheiisl region of J DOYODKNOWTnEWETVEATHtB> :
the people In the church congregation than a political discussion. Women that an operation was necessary to save
CnILLToaro. Yo4 know what yon : China may-nave 'become available for I
are women.. I doubt very much If wee have few societies; and. thank are taking. The formula IB plainly printed" my life. Lydia Pinkham'a Vegetable "yellow', .
I''ave In Brooklyn a single church with Heaven, they have no part In politics.! on every bottle, showing it la simply Quinine Compound entirely cured me withoutan American use, If no new i COMFORT AND
anore than thirty-three per cent. otmen Men are more enamored of certain and Iron in B tasteless form, and the : operation.": peril" occurs to prevent. But the \ J>ROTECT10NLAfforded

' In. .membership. _This 1* a forms of overt sin-than women and moat effectual form for grown people I FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.For certainty of tbe ultimate exbau.tlon'of ay a

. startling fact when we come to consider the devil,' through these forms of sin and children BQo. j 4, I thirty Lydla K. Pink- (he Pennsylvania. field make all \ '

it, and It. becomes' more start is winning many men away from all \Vall'atreet bears ar. ,more danger ham'a Vegetable years Compound, made the more obligatory measures of economy I ; tc.

..ling still If church: membership bears the Influences land of the church of Christ. 'onus than .bruin in'the'' Black;Hills- from roots and herbs; has been tbe In production and the correction \ le'4rw....
tt any relation to the question of ealvaitlon. Gambling drunkenness are the .
; .. Few sins of mob standard remedy' forfemale ills where ponlble the criminal waste '
will claim that a man must and while some women )t "
,be member''of' some church to be also fall-lnto: these two classes of sine; Ladies Ca. Wear Shoes and has positively ndeof of the paatj-Xew York World. \ tit SLICKER
saved, but all will agree that the they are the exception rather than One sine smaller after using Allen's Foot- women who have been troubled: with !

''church la tbe place for saved men the rule. In many of our American Ease,a powder' ItmakestlgbtornewshoesCures displacements,inflammation,ulcera. The Wise Young Man. -> l '
ally. swollen, I ot, sweating a?hlng
. and that; generally speaking saved cities we have one legalised 'place for net..Ingrowing nails..,corns and bunion At.alldrJggl..nd.hq".lorM tion, fibroid tumors irregularities It was a wise young man who paused ChjarenteeJjwaterproof
men areJn the church the sale of liquor to every fifty of our 2&o. Dou'tao- periodic pains, backache, that bear. before be answered the widow who :

'- w 7> Why then Is It. thatwith; all our men.i and we cannot .tell, nor'do the ccpt Addrea.AllenS.OlmetedLeIioyN.Y ing-down feeling flatulency,indiKes- had asked him to guess he? age.,*"You c

equipment and seal we are not able authorities seem to care. bow many mail. tiontiirzinessornervoua prostration. must have'some Idea about It,' she 3Q.2Lterywr..
,to reach men In the same proportion gambling I places there are In our fair
as we reach women T Why Is It that city. But all ot these places live Thank to the Glblon -GI'" Why don't you try it? said with what was Intended for an _" '1 .'::

'only a third of our membership are largely upon the patronage of men. The Million's figure has atound- Mrs. rinklmm Invites'all sick arch sidewise"glance..

' .men, and that, relatively speaking, Now la It strange that. we have'so Ingly improved during the last five women to write her for advice. "I have.several ideas," he admitted '

iwe have so few men In our congregation few men comparatively In our year, and the much-abused Gibson She has guided thousands to with a smile "The only trouble Is

*? Personally I love men. I rejoice churches Men. are' tar more in the girl has Jdone a-great deal for It.- health. Address, Lynn 1\1_.. .that I hesitate whether to make you
': In society and fellowship clutches of overt sin than The most lamcAJS of fee
their women From the Onlooker. The man who doesn't butt in occasionally ten years younger on account of your (
and I do my best to Interest them-ln and that tact must be reckoned with inAmnki
looks ten older'on eIsNewOilwsOffte(
or accountof
Christianity and the church, and yet when you count up the men In the seldom gets ahead. years" ,
broadly speaking we bavo the same churches. God pity the great host of 'tatarth Cannot Be Cured your brains Roasted and Blended Kcordinf

conditions In our church that prevail men In qur city who have sold themselves with LOCAL APPLICATIONS. .s they ca NO SKIN WAS LEFT ON BODY. Then while the widow smiled and to the Creole-rrendi formula '

everywhere else. I come to the study body and soul to the devil and not reach the Beat of the 1:11: _". Catarrh -, - .- blushed.. he took,a graceful but. ,peedYlea.e.Youth'ij You et It when
yr,1 this question with a'great deal of who have no care about righteousnesshere i* a blood or constitutional diseasesod inter; Baby wa Expected to Die with Kotrtnn Companion. you buy
la order to it must
cure you '
Tllood Oozed Out All
7 interest and after a great nor felicity hereafter. nil remedies. lIal:'. C'Urrh Cure is taken Over LUZIANNECOFFEE'r
t deal of thought. Society places a premium upon the internally, and act directly on the blood Her' Itodr-Now Well-l>octor ANT1UOTH rOK SKINT DISEASES' ;*
It is claimed by specialists who irreligiousness, If not upon the positive and mucous surfscca. Uali Catarrh Cure Said; to Use Cnllcura."fiix They what TBTTSBISS ,ii;'and It is more AtOfFfIOF5UPIBSOUAUTYDOUllINiflAOwugi1SIEEI111D -'
'have studied this that the unrlghtousness of ia not medicine. It was prescribed ; month after birth little uwPma
question men by permitting a quack : my flirt It 1* an, absolute ear for eczema, letter, t5M
reason why tucn are not attracted to the double standard of mor by one of the beat physicians in t'ms corny 1 j broke out with eczema and I had two doc I I II ringworm eryalpela and ala other Itching THE
,the church In larger numbers 1 Ie that als. Men do with Impunity what a try for year and is a Tegular prescription I ton In attendance. There wa not particle i entaneou 4......... In aggravated oases oUllTAit6R.a
the ministry of the modern church li woman could not do at all It she desired It combined is composed with th.lMat of the beat blood tonic punti..ct.In known 1 of Kn left on' -r body the blood oozed II of thee* affliction* It. cures have bees pheBomanal. .

not strong enough Intellectually to to remain respectable In the estimation directly on the mucous surface. b4peii.ot 1 out just anywhere and we had to wrap her I It give Inatant relief and a eet.permanent .
&9o. at drufrglil
satisfy men of ctttVare and education. of-her family and friends. combination.ol the two ingredient 1 In silk and carryher on a pillow for ten enrol. .. Clr by .. .......
mall from 3. T. 8.orrai Dept. A., savannah Opport..It 10r.. ..r. :J. .
This practically the ground taken Now. BO long as society composed In ia what Produces such wonderful reaulta in i: week. 81). was the moot terrible tipht I a '
by a writer In a famous article published -, part of Christian people permits men curing Catarrh. Send for.. testimonials free. 4 ever caw and for sir: month. t looked" for a. In order to raise. sufficient capital to lo*
In one of our magazines. After to be libertines' and drunkards, and V. J. CueniT-: Co.. Prone.., Toledo U. her to die. I used every known'remedy to i{ Would stall 2BOCO.OO worth of fold( mining. will machinery silt 1,
; Arbitrate and to begin operation.
talking with hundreds ot young men does not make them smart for their Bold by Druggist, price' 75o. 1 alleviate her suffering, for it was terrible He limited number of' share la valuableWaal
.nir". the writer came to the conclusion that sins these same men will have but Yaks lull's family J ills constipation. ( to witn_. Dr. C-- gave her up. Dr. The German Emperor hint that he mines in KenorU. Mexico, at 80n. per sbareHave tj 1

', "The modern pulpit. sluggish and little regard for religion. How can HI* Lucky Day B-- recommended" the Cutjcura Remedies. would like to have his salary as King already expended IM.OCO.OO on tbls.
stagnant.." and that young men absent we expect the. libertine to have any I I She will soon be three year old and has of Prussia Increasedbut;: there seemsto propertywith good retail. sad bat for th*.
themselves,from church simply respect for religion when he is made Deputy. County Clerk-J. Robert Settle never bad a sign of the dread trouble since ; ; be will reooot flnanrUistriDKeooir! the mlaey would
because,the. average minister Is .dull the welcome guest In the house says Sunday is his lucky day. Ills'tittle I', W* used about eight cake ,of Cuticnra be no probability that, goon now be producing Immense reveaue, as the.. ,
and heavy and behind the times. where If the people lived up to their daughter was born 09 a Sunday: \ Soap and three boxer of Cuticnra Oint- i a strikela case his demand re1fused.rChlcago i ir assays anew great vain To oonMrvative.bvslnws reaaonabl

Are the men who not attend religion, he would be loathed. I and last Sunday a hen batched lxJte&n meet James J. Smith. Dumid Va., Oct. r r 'Record-Herald.' amount, a men voice.' who In the invest management a of to*

'church brainier more Intelligent or 110w can we expect sinful men to chicks from sixteen eggs lor.hIm:., 14 and :22;;leoe."+.. I property will be given. Claim adjolnlsc
' nor cultured than who do come Into, the church and give up thin property Is at present' producing over
'attendchurch? I wouldlike; to see their sins, when the men and women -Fayette Democrat-Leader. Impassible to Match., aIT $ bait s mlllfon fa bullion annually for

';\ the men who do not attend church with whom they associate do not discount Hicks' "The president.;' said a> Pennsylvania , : ,! fullest particular, address Q> LSJIOI Cra ,

>- placed upon the south. side of one of them In the least because of the Whether Capndlne tired out, worried Cares' overworked N".oanee* '."enue bootmaker, "wouldbe .1 wer_irflA: Ira/II" ..- Tts. 17 Eo rorty.yiftu it.?few York CHyTa ,p

our streets and the men..who' do attend ,lives that they lead? How. different what net. It refreshes.. the brain andnervea. or pleased. if be knew what a pretty girlsaid -.-.....taudnu ii .l..u.earn
church placed! upon.the, ,north with women. They must be pure to It's Liquid and pleasant to lake. the --aowlF .
r .Bide'ot the same street. Then I would be .respectable; they must not fall Ilk.. 25c., and.fiOc., at drug store ,' about him my shop olliej t TRI L wUlltwthCPILCPTICIDC..Imre.iW v.ehi. aida O.OYE-Uhlf ftPuJn O LOCC'SASNw.b.tld
,like to drive slowly along the street once into the sin la which their husbands daTe ;==.r r m .Mw.d 5.- ,
between these two groups 'that. and brothers riot for if they Dentist ought to make good office She came In to order.her brotber'IOme .t :. ... ........,.. ..s tM eid
might: studytheir] : faces. On.whlch do they-will be ; seeker They have the riding boots, I showed berth* ; CURE .... wbva k* eel get the...resly. "...-..,.
pull "
ety. : y>>OtilOba plduL: =VSBBBS .MB jMlMREADY cheap. far lor ,
'side-do you'thins; would find the ? ", : last Jdea'-- to' riding boots, a-splendidThese Mr hAjf I ii rc fa

{brain and tbe culture and the refinement Brooklyn the social order In which Raved From Heine a, Cripple;,i. "' thlj\\ , ;.:,: ' :-'- '. 1.1e'"-"L" otla ..AOk: ;; ,_._ I (l isda1l Bres.,.
and tbe character? we live puts a premium upon the vice . L K I Ml fMil kM Iw A i
Again when non-churchgolng of men. We.,. are responsible to the COP litre, .:' 4'U' \ .1;aa.lcI.: 'are called"" '" Roosevelt ,! w. BUT.. elk I

about tbe uninteresting preach- extent of'our Influence. I plead with '""Almost six or seven week ago I *. ;. ,

,ff'l!, I always feel that they.are cast the >father and mothers to protect became paralyzed all at once with "She wrinkled her pretty nose. : :
ing needles Insults into the teeth of tbelr daulhtet.; BJ a* willing that rheumatism. write Mrs:, Louie ,Mc- .'How'' aburb.. ,she said, 'Where1I .' fOW-USr: :

their mother and daughter and :your son should marry a fallen woman Key 91S Seventh street; Oakland.,Cal.. .should like to know, will they.find i

t iwlves; and sweethearts. Women read ae that your daughter should marrya "It truck me In the back; and extend a pair of RoolenUlf'WAlblngtoD NUB eI .fit ,
fallen I with the Does sot.f IrtlUti till stOQaet MIHU l tt "
imp than men,,and except about' po- man. plead Chris ed from the hip of my right leg downto Star. ,
:.lltllcal.and commercial questions their tian men before me to refuse their intimate I f I .
!'are better Informed than men. Not- friendship to Impure men, and my foot.. The attack wasso severe DoyvT CUT TOOK CORNS.ft to : : fct t r.... Cures I.iver"Troubles:

I.wltb.t.ndlng their higher culturo and under no circumstances to allow Impure that I.could not move In bed and was you suffer ,,with somas, bunion, lore.alloo .- TRY ABOTTl-iB. -
their greater refinement, the women men the privilege of social equality afraid that I should be a cripple for \ spots on the ft or. soft .eorn !be- : Ait year
!;dO not find the sermons of the average In 'your homes. Not until Christian life. tweet the toa. go to your druggist or Mad

'pr4acher dull and Incoo.eq eaUal. / men take some such stand will "About twelve years ago I received lla.'by mail for .....OTy.* BAT i.t>i*. boas ,

'churches' it Is claimed that web the men of our generation.realize the a'sample bottle of your Liniment but pAls,. It cure quickly aDd permanently

don't seek the men nor enormity of social' sin. never, bad occasion to use It, as I have without *uttlng': burning or "..ILD." the I'F' I j, r'' iN

,!come them' to the- service as they been well but something told fleah and leave n.. painOr soreness. 1FOR'MEH' /
should. Now personally I do not believe
t Address TBS IBBOTT Co., Savannah, da.
would help
- a.word of this. I have for Every ]Man 'by Himself.' me that Sloan's Liniment swH'
years very closely Identified with the me, so I tried It. After the second application -I The love which comes after marriage !
church life ot a great city and I bays God behold thee individually whoever I could get up out of bed and
for the fellow. ,
Is often other .
thou art.. "He calls thee by thy x h
I ia'greath close personal'relatidnswith name" He sees thee and understandsthee. in three days could walk, ana nowfeel [" ;

many that of the our whole ministers Christian, and IItell'You He knows ""ht' Is In thee, all well and entirely free' from. pain. Take the Place of Calomel The standard average of tbe bottom of the male foot dictates tbaI' > i

pchufch'ls making a mightyeffort'tojreach thy own peculiar feelings and "!olr friend were very much surprised (1n"ot.lp.Un" a m d 1*) tx>l I.o.nm Mutter .......... : shape Of SKRBBMER shoes. They fit because they... sctontlflo ;
; the unchurched of the thoughts,.thy dispositions and likings, I at my rapid recovery and I was thou.) ,h.. ."' afi b_<..-..>, Hour 0fxtm.cbr In structure. They have fit.along with man style. ,Look tor,the ,
men city.
((And wanting them as much as we do thy strength and thy weakness. He only too glad to tell them that 81oan'i a..I***** Mrwath iirs>th.,sriirfwt Baredlred dauanf Kyw*#li nwof ffli3iioit.I Envrajr ,Voua.)1,*! A'; label. If you do not And these shoes readily,
views tbee In thy day of rejoicing and Liniment was the only medicine Iused. I liver PIIMpo.tivelrru.. .....U,..,.....Tb.,....*i writ na for direction DOWNS* aecure them."' foes _;. 4r
lit, I I. nonsense to talk; about not welcoming ........! llvtir toIrrvtuir ttctlnn, oleu.. th.
them. Ihave, beard In a thy. day of sorrow\ ., He sympathizes ." the.......1.. .....*......... She........... pe..... i"d.a. ........ I D/P. FIELD CO. Brockton.. Mat*.' ;
I that .
In thy hopes-and In thy .lt.."*! aid msTfMtlnit. Th.r do eat Bjttvftl ... .PR.
'{certain section of..Maine tllere la' a temptations; .r what roil tint, drink or <..... rror \\'a c. __ 'F
lie Even the clam know 'when it 1* time .ro. RIMS
interests Himself In
,church which has out In the vestibule all thy anxieties ,our dal.r or dlrvcfc IronJ. !

4a nlckelrln-the-slot machine. .All that and thy remembrances in all to shut up. M. YOUNG JR.. WAYCHO. GA. t--

I la stranger has to do walk In and the flsjogi'and/ fallings of thy spirit. ... ."
:drop in. bis. nickel and out from..the. .He compasses' the* round and bearsthee'in .

machine come a band to grasp his in Ills armsHe'takes'thee, up .
and set thee down. ,
cordial welcome. We do not have
Thou dost not lore thyself better .' i
I anything like that bere. but w.. can
beat, that In our church, for her than He loves the*.. Thou canst not / "
shrink from pain more' than lie dislikes
I "
many a stranger get a hearty
and with his nickel thy bearing it; He puts it 'rat

ln grasp his pocket.goes .away, ,. on thee. It is as thou.wilt' put It on IT WILL. PAY YOU TO .: : : >,/
\[f"X tell you that? men:are'welconre In thyself, it thou art wi..,. tor a, greater S ,
good afterwards. J. II "
: Newman
churches :
our ; men.lrre.pecU.e of the ;
( ;
accident of fine clothing; men how- tl r : I

ever dressed .and however wicked; To Live We Mast Grow; :
.;rthey ,are all welcome in nine-tenth '
""t,er the churches: ; and what 1* more Are there not some of us who have 'd in This Paper !
they" know quite 'well they will not been trying a good while to get back ; Advertise

only' be welcome but that we are an. old.experience ,,If.we.succe.ded ,
praying that they may come. Let ui we should only be where we were
glance some of the real rea. and it we are only, going to get i

son why men do not come to ,our where we were we have abandoned, . '. ... .
I churches and Into our churches as the law of progress and begun the .

their sister do. downward retrogression. __ __.__ .. m" __ '
r Cod has Himself withered by His u 0
m r
Men are driven so hard by the work !. -- -
,of the week that 'when Sunday come own consuming breath, the flower and I f ----- ZM[dD tl Y.Or.i.fLY KILf, !R.e.+ : = ;
4 ot former joys that A. widow claims that the.latelamented' M r role ...._
,. roany.of ,them are In a state ot col'Vpse fragrance, your. never use /_ .
mentally and so they spend the He may lead<< you Into something better .. demise. was due'. toover ;. ., ..rd/rr i4.tsar.treibl'.
Let your old experience go and -
time.In beoVor else they betake themselves ...
take the living everlasting Christ Instead work. . \ ,..'J 1w.r ,
to the park or to the country .d
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for recuperation:: world this I I. to a .
What a, lovely '!I' 1
I know many men who are committing What thing thou Ibvest most thou I J .: ::I : :. =
In' love.
.tie .first time he. falls ,; ': :; .. ill earilia
Sir .
a slow suicide by the work which tnak'st Its nature thine; ,. 1\' ',,' '" .'__1
a , they are attempting to do, and I know Earthly( If jt\\ earth-it that be .Meta AT' Alt i'
t: tha -wben8vadayicomeu they anatch 'H--. .; ,God . divine. -* '- J Curv' ; raicta.row cvenvrMBin d' ......... ........ tlea.a.isS..srrAaTRHEUMATISM .'
for. '
a little rest as their'only safety. I s R..C.Trenc, Free Phn O/TMxfAMILyd .
'f feel that In torn way they: must get ...' '. ." L t!<> *. matlnlt 0P110 MCN. SOYS pyorpla.,WOMEN sk..awd nrL a.a1. SAI-TORA : .
j.i out. from ..under the burden which .f'. C, jl/ J "I. ... ,. and Egzbhi.Beenb TteVonderhil Remedy Zest fJee.u.-
is they are bearing some by choice and a .......M WOIN'cause :
81004 B.lla'l .DJ
B A fAe7 ,tbeM rat 1>8. slnyuCaaaical,00.HMWrke.WS.'t't;
':}L:more by necessity or else while taking has never-been the"orig ot. IIh............. bon. .aln. swelieaetesdel H land 1
.. care/of this life they will by sheer (sting, creating;' or commanding and .onsby. roellrw. Sb. blood.Thnesaeds . . .ri:>whaw Awr.M. e / : (1.122.08) .
& neglctrios the W*'which l Isto come''. power;":*lIU1l1anthonbt'.'' neverad. : eat ...... c.ond be B: B. efler. Neese flie.scsdd frd+V

v Now/women, on the other hand have vancedso far .a* ..\o-get- ..away'' from all( at."boule., .".,-:. :-:.
t.. ";, Wctrki.for.the(moat'part;-in the! thr-Xlrkt.. btatemen'tlaths Book>> flln .41...,'.....lot!...-. "'..._1 I. "-e IM' t off'.. w. I. Dn.e u w meM,u Sr baler'4 Bari d IM .rarM Iaa SiHSThompson'sEyeWater$
.s>.house and they welcome the Sabbath the tegTrintag! God' 'crented,1'-: *'""h0 <... .k, ..Me ."ioHMI Batrf q.. Allaa. Ga't. : YMN lytalee kr W W lea, Lr a \ Q,,,, gU..ka.., llaeaN .' I'f '

i 'aarlnd- .. tbe'ehureb'sert1les'ag. -aktd'd; RotrW.FDa7, : \l.Oi.Adgeless,,, .'JtJ... ,
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-'-- ; 'ip N. B. Broward. ; : AND. GILCHRIST"GeneralOverconfidence" The Breakers the 'Sea
1 I by
rJ >I I (1' (Is the commander .
I' that has lost many a battle. '
1 g. g TOTAL In command of Stockton,
CANDlDA'l'.S.!' ; j Ife was S ABREEZE. FLA.
p To the l beoaocratlo Voters of tie, forces In the first prliuary. This accounts
:I to<) jIIS I:: -.... oC '. State of'Florida: for Gllehrist's lead, Will be opened June I under the maQ&ement.of L M... i
: : i4.nUnlte4 I z' ID tIe Democratic" primary held General Activity" Is A commander MABBETTE. .
___ May 19th. I received more votes than hat wins most of his flgbts. He has +
any of the candidates runolntr for assumed supreme command of Stock- ftbo house will ba conducted 'on a higher I&oe'th.o ever before,.
State Senator: '- United States Senator. Mr. Fletcher lon'. forces for \the battle to be fought thoroughly! rsnovated and refurnished. Rooms single or ensuiter + '
h Joho s. Beard . . r. 2 8 ecelrcd the next highest vote. Thei* June inth, and with this leader the with or without private baths. Floe fishing and the. best surf bathing "
I N. D. Bro".ard. . / 1/1. 8 '7 6 I 6 16.. 132 tore our names will lie tint only .two on fight will be won. In the world. ,_ 1
Duueaa UFI< William B. Lamar . . 16 1 2 b 1 "\\.12 1'. 38 I democratic primary to be bell June and Ollchrlat Is now clearly de- ,Sea Food Specialty. A Trial'SoHcltoct.: .
Iwp .ellt..t.lre In Coollre: llHh.. laed.- None can fall to see It. 'rho
Frank Olark.! .'. . ... . 112 6 10 18 3 11 16 9 171 I am sincerely,grateful( to the peopleof question before the neonte ,of this. Rate fUlfllHJot| .dais and iii. >"'ar", uuoordinjf' to location of room at
1're.ldeDtI.1 Electors; the several counties. of the State State:: is: L II .
H. I' nail"y. . . . till .11. 6 0 1 II '7' 13DP. of Florida for the tnaitnlOoent\ vote SHALL WHtSKKYOONTHOLTHKPKOl'LK'S may H-lmo t tr'
..W. Butler . . . . 711 6 3 10. G 11 '8) ::4. 122 given me.-la the first: primary. 1 : : CHOICE fOU UOVKHNOK -
Hobert EDavti. . . . 104 6 <6. 11 I 6) H 4 I b 100 recognize the fact thatt/ was nut ?' ,r--.r=-.:.---'i-c:::::=1:: --f" -
L. . 5i l I 5) 4 14 .:J. 9 I .4 2" .12 \ -
George LappltlIton) merely a personal tribute, but that There U. but one answer to thlsqueston. .
George C. Martin, . . 12 fl \ Ii 16 3 8 1 I 6 116 hey ,voted .. they ,did because they and the answer Is- .'...'v"vv'SFv"'Bt'iF' SF'I.N IV'.F"IPU"r"vr"t'"tJ 'J
7 Samuel Pasco . . .4" . 811 :w= I 6) 12 6 10 .8 6' 138 believed In the principles( represented NO! :NO.TJ :

O. J. Strov Pr ., .",, . fi/C/ t 4 13' II10' 2 I b 112a by me on the stump' and In my ads, GUchrlst good-natured/ happy NORTH KISSSIMMEE. ... PHONE j>.: ?'>
)IUlIberNat.IJenl.toln.: : dressek printed and sent out to' the ro-lucky wan with no, record of work } J%
T. Albert Jenolnjt"s . :1 5 (6 10 3 8 1 T I14 people. for the public>> good and with no known '
William S. ,JeDDlosca,., . ,m '1 3', 13 4 8 4. 1 fl7Delcgit.s 1 herein assure ,the people: that ifnominated dels cf: statecraft, received more votes i i :M
Nat( ConventjunJrom : United States Senator from In the first primary' than did Stockton, . C. W Griffin ,,
Stain at Large/ : this| state. I will do all In my powerto .t man who has devoted his life to the ;
J. 1 g. Alexander . . . li2 8 2 Ii. I ::1' 3 '74 effectuate legislation .that, will more Betterment of conditions under whichwe 5S f._. .';:1
Bowden . :77 f '3 <6 I .1 JH S> t
11..1O.\ ; effectual I j control. Interstate Cum: live so that.the misses should not ,i
. . . . 42 1) I '7 I 5 2 'f1.1 '
Max M. Brown coerce he exploited by the clastes, and who > GroceHes .
J hall Brumse. . . 2:1: 2 '-I 'I .3 "l8i I will urge/ t.he'adoption of loirlslu- is known as the champion of principles Fancy i Family \
A C. CI.wls. . . . 3-1 "l 1 4' :r 3 1" 47 tlon that will improve the financial that give the people t liberty,equality '
Eaton . . 27 I 1 4':1: 'I 374a ,
ChlLrlel; F' .)'lItem. '< and hajtplness., t Fresh Meats. "
n. J. Herrin" . . . . 30 1 1 4 3 6 4 40r I shall urge; that the United States. This happened because the whiskey : : : j.1 4
Julian . . . . 1-1 2 1 I 12
A. J. P. enter upon a ulan of constructing a men took an interest on account of '
A. S. Man. . '. . . . : 40 2 l' J I b I JI 1>7Jee. system of coastal canals by which the Ollchrisl'sj declaration. for local option. lit . Deliucr Every bay at any Hour, Patronage llolled., pam.n
. . '2 ,
W.I'I1I1II1)1I ,2. 22 raaov inland streams that '
frequently .
42 ritesk1.n.. ., e.lkaB.rife.r6u6c ArrtkiAaa6uikanc IriAc
. . . 6 :, 5 I) 3"
Frank W. Pope : 62 parallel our const shall be connectedup It is I possible for.. few very active **" w
U. HHolle. . . . . . 2-1 I ,1 3 1 4 2 ,, : and be made navigable for craft of people who are hjlhtllur for their business ., .- -. - .. .. -. ,
t I'[ JR. If. shackleford. . . 47 ,I If ::1 5 r'> 70 reasonable size for transporting existence to record their will over ;
A F. n. Stoneman : . . 47 1 .. 6 :4: 3 2I'I 5 67 heavy freight and for the convenience the will ,of> great many overconfident. """"' '''-'''''''''.v..vav.w.wrvwv..w..w.' .''''''' .v.S i

Dnlegau' / .s Nat. Convention of all our people. The benefits of )eoile.
4 2nd l.'un\rreul..nal\! DI.t.l such a system can scarcely be enumoiated "- IhUH it happened that Gilchrlst, i C."A. CARBON pro81..t. N. C. BRYAN, .c"'t.P7'., I' h'
,,: B. \\'. Bond . :p1' I r. 1 5 r.oT. . In this day of the various kinds backed by the whiskey men got: more '
8. Javlll. . . . . . . 47 2 2. 7 I 6 2 2 80 of power, boats, from the freight bout voles than Stockton: who was backedby : $ ____, __ .T: : DEC: 32 ==== =.
Pat Murphy . . . .. . ::11) a 4 tl :s 2 r.o. propelled by; a gasoline engine, to l nobody In particular, but by ajnalorlty $ '
Frank O. Sebrlna:1: >> 1 2! 7 3 8 I 4 6.jJ. .
tbe Treat( house boats propelled In the qf the people In general.All
i. 11. V.ick..r. . . . 118 6 4 22 4 10 6 5) 114 same way, In addition to the boats the men who voted>for_ GI Ida'Istlo Waters & Carson Grocery Co.
For Governur: I ordinarily run for passengers and < nut belong to the whiskey crowd! i .
Y Jefferson U. Bro4tn . . 1/-1/ J 5 1 1 9 1 :J.\ freight. Par from It. There were hundreds

Albert W. Gilchrist . 13f1 lU 24 43 10 .11) 24 8 2/iO/ I will\ also do all In my power to enact who are honestly convinced that ill- -. -- -WhoUMU ale B.t.ll D* U.rsi I.> iGIEOC
John N, C Stockton. :. . 102 11 b U H 16.2 159Secretsp legislation that will open up our christ is the better man; hundreds who i

ot State: harbors to the sea, making: them available know Gllchristr and do not know Er XI E S
H. play Crawford. . . . 125 14 11 :JIJ 7 20 .13 8 y4Attorrrev :; not only commercial purposes Stockton; hundreds who have for

General: but lilt haveoa and. places of refuge years been political enemiuu of block
W. u. ":IU.. . ;. . .g . 72 /-I/ -I If r. 8 8 I 5) 1Htn from ..torms.I ton's. i
r Park M. Trammell. . . . lOll 4 /5 19 1 13 fI 3 '163 will do all.In my power to secure These.. hundreds added together/ made
Comptroller: approprlallous for deepening find up u number which added' to the number _
n Thomas J. Applevard . 44 ij I 6 14 4 13 88A. maklnc navigable/ our Inland river..* controlled by whiskey, and deceived
j C. Croom . . . 127 Ii 7 15 6 1-1 22 If 200 and their tributaries that they may by report spread by whiskey H A V Celebrated Fertilizers CRATES' J H
J. W. Knlllbt . J3 :3, :! 7 1 .3 34 become servioable means for bearing money gave Olchrlst) the lead. I I ,

Treasurers much of our Inlaud commerce to. the l\- will be a lasting/ disgrace to the OUAIS 1 E T C.'t
W. V. Kllott . . . . . 110 7 JI 211 <6 16 13 II pint points of eXIOrL..CI that the waters State If the whiskey men can boast. as _. __ Circular .. State Svt.t. Pub. Inlltruotlon: stall not be wasted, but be .used to they surely will boatil. that they elected .
A Wm. M. llolloll'ay . .. 1Z2 12 10 28 fI IIi 16 If 21ICumml..loner bear our commerce. the Governor of Florida. time very F.r..d os Application.I

Asrrloultule: 1 will do what I can to secure tie, year that witnessed the forward move
B. E. McLin . . 12:1I: \ 8 2tII 16 13 I 6 2OHailre.d passage of a national drainage law meat for decency morality and clean
Vumrolulooer: such us the one now before the Senate living. in all the States of I he South. J I
Royal V. DUDD . . . 8\1\ \\I 4. 6 7 6 8 2 131 of the United btaies. Introduced by a Mr. Stockton is willing to trust tile HIDES FURS '
F. \IV. Irvine. . . . . .' 1 3 21 1 JJ: 2 4 pip 3otnmltteeof the Senate; and which people. '
1W. K. Jackson . 1M 1 :1 5 1 3 2 ::10 has the support of the National Drai wage Mr. GUchrlst is not.
Julius Iialoman. . . II 2 2 2'! :. . 2 I 18 Congress of which 1,, am presi Mr. Stockton believes In encouragup i CovLza.tr3r Produoa el. Spe01.a.lty.
Adjutant General: dentr by which the. fund derived by tlie people to vote for State piohibition -
J. ClllJ'ol'd n. Foster, . s.4 6 7 241<<1 6 8! 7 6 } the United States from the sale of If they want It. ", """, -$
Obemist.: public land will constitute national Mr. Gilchrlst believes. keeping .
m H. E. Hose. . . . . . . 135 I 9 11 37 1\ 16 13" 236 drainage fund, and by which law the things as they are r
s :11181.108: ot Supreme Court: 1 Secretary of the Interior wills\ be authorized Stockton as Governor can not .put t
William A. hockey . . 90 6 ,7 21 6 5 .6 I'5' 1fi5Thos. to make contracts with either on State prohibition :
M. Shackleford. 98 5 7 31 5 7 3 T 163St.a.te the States or the counties, with cities, That power lies solely with the peo-
Attorney 7th Circuit:. or wlth'private Individuals or corporations pie 1 whose representatives in the Legslature ANNUAL EXCURSIONTO
Jno O. Jonel . . 131 12 14 30 7 15 18 8 239 to drain swamp lands; the adopt a resolution proposing Senator: mODe to be refunded In ten annual change: In the constitution, and-
,4, B. Beacham ' . 1M 26 22 .7 16 48 2$ 9 :w4 installments without Interest, the! Oovjrnment WITH! THK- PEOPLE WHO VOTK -TO- t:
L. C. oMa..ey , . . . : 152 If It 11 2 2 11 '2lORepruentaLlre \ being secured under contract YES OH NO BY DIRECT ALLOT,, .
: I by a lien upon the land. reclaimed. I Gilchrlst as Governor can not keep
C.' 8. Acre.. . 151 8 42 38 11 29 U 4 302 believe the government has as much local option in fort-e. : .. . 1 28 5 29 7 23 24 6 278 power and right to take water off of The Governor can not veto a rello1u&lon '
CIerI(of Circuit .;ourt: and that has too much water on it as of the Legislature :
's Arthur E. 23 22 36 47 1.15 45 32 f0 m It has to put water on land, wblch' ta Stockton says to tbe people: MAY 25' ,
Sup!. Publlo Instructions, otherwise too dry for cultivation ; as "I am willing\ to trust you."
W. J. Sears .,, ,'.' 227 30 24 52 '15 52 24' 8 430 It li now doing In the great West Gilchrlst save to the people: "'
C. E'Yowe.l1.r ," 'u.... 107 30 13 ,14 3" 6 .1'' ,,5 .. 173 where it reclaimeu millions of acres "1 am. not willing to let you decide -VJAAJnJtAN'TIC' -' 't

Tax: 'j". and has under way twenty-six propositions >> this question of prohibition. Local "'
, .C'..L.BandyjfA( i i 249 z,21, 'i35. 50 X14 }, 4.3 38.,, \, 9 'I/j I'/ .1',1'11'')461 embracing .the expenditure. option is !good enough for me." ', : :: COAST LINE ;
_ 1 R, T. Butler 1 19 "10 '',17 ;v 3 :H5 ,,3 oj 2 !" >\160. a hundred million dollars. The whiskey men say to the people: . ,;
.;"Tax Assessor; 1'a 9 ,).; ," t.\> 'ss; 'v' ,fl..i r ;;dJ t', 3 gi/.iI' .\, I will do what lean to have enacted "We want to sell whiskey. It helps !: ."'I'y"t'i'H'- '*' 'Pt:'; ". ,I", r. ' '. ,

''e J:L' Uveretreet 243 128 36 45 '.17. 42.31 11 t'4: 9 ; a law to put In motion such action! us So we will\ help GUchrlst. ." ', m. ,. t ', f ATES FROM KISSIMMEETO .;
Treasurer: '/ as will prevent the control of the Stockton Is more capable than Oil

J: L. BeMDaD........ .d., 8 3 1. 1 :3 I 2 2 56 prices of naval stores produced in tbe christ. Valdosta. ... ... ... ... ...... ...l5l O.. Balnbritfge.\ ..,... . . ....... 1':..
i ,J. W. Collier,: .'. . . . . FI24 l3 15 31 4 13 12 3 215 Stale, by trusts and combines, which Ha stands for morality, decency, '
B C. Mfler..i.) . . .,,171 21 30 32 13 35 25 5 332 tend always by manipulation to reduce freedom of choice and- Tbomasvllie . . .. . . .. 560 Boston ,.. : .,. .. . .. .. .. .i, 5 M .

Sheriff. :, b the price paid the producer and He should be elected Governor of Albany . . . . .'. . 660 Chattahoocbee . .. .''flso. ,
C.Buckles . .. .. . 85 10 1 9 2 11 2 125 Increase the price paid tbe Florida.
to by
c con Tifton . . . r6'50 T Montlcello . ,. . .v . . . 6 60
Qeo.r W. Oyer.treet. :. . 69 24 IT '24 3 21 18 I 1714ii. sumer. The prices that now prevail General activity among the believers : . Y
; C. F. PI'eya" . .. r . . 192 6 31 37 12 26 21 8 333 are artificially mantaioed by com.blo.lloos in goodgovernmentwillelect Stockton. AND RETURN ".aa
-CountY' Judge: and trusts at the lowest Now Is the time to Ret busy. r
W.. R. John.ton . . . . 151 24 22 35. 8 26 26 9 300 Joint that the operators can'p possiblyire. With my paper THE SUN, I have
L..A..Mlnl: . . ;. . . . lU 1521 Z'1 9 26 10 2 284 This should be prevented and been advocating the superior qualities "" Tickets on sale May 25th with final limit.June}/2d.x
osecutlolr Attorney: ordinary law of supply and demand of John Stockton for tbe office of Gov _
Good Trains.
all Passenger
on ,
G.. F: Kribb. . .r. . . 180 26 16 55 10 33 8 10 33 I IJ.t. control Instead. If \ this Is done, I ernor. -. : ?
.. Moon . . ... . . .r 13-1 6 18 6 It 29 1 believe that prices will. range from I believe In newspaper publicity, and
,Supervisor ot Registration: . thirty to forty percent higher than I[ am using tht means to reach ALL .
h A. J. Booth. . . . . . . ..3 2 7 1 3 .'52 they do now. he people of Florida. I do not reach Fur Information: and Tickets. call on Ticket Agents, or

O. W. Grlntn . . . ... .. . 165 c 22:! 20 f1 D 32 17 6 .313 I favor the extension of tbe employ. hem all with my paper. J. W. CARR, TY. A. TAMPA. FLA. J. O KIRKLAND, D. P.. A.,
.J.A..L.Dca.ter. . .. . . 1 11 17 15 7 11 7 4 198 er's all where the This Is my own campaign for what T. C.WHITE. O P. A. WILMINGTON N. C. W. J. CRAIG, P. T. M,' ,1rsm.e
liability act to cases .
"County: Surveyor: . I[ believe to be the best for the peopleof "
employee is not l
.J; W. Oliver. . . . . . . 18913 13 30( 10 29 15 9 30BCo.Com. solely Injury by to his an own wanton act.I this State. It is entirely Independent !
Dlstrict.No. 1: favor elcht-hour manual labor of any other campaign conductedIn ,
,E. L. Le.ley..l. .. . r,. . !46'&e law an all behalf of Mr. Stockton I am sole T'T
day to governmental oper.atiops.
Co Com. District .No.2: ly responsible for this and other mat. .. ,.. ..
5- ." .,., ." ". """- .,., .. S'HMIs.
E. Sl Brown . . . . . . \ 1 12 13 ter t that may appear In tbe papers of
,E.. L.; D. Ovent""t.i. . 29 11 40 I favor tbe empioyment and encouragement Florida which I will sign and pay for a. u4. tRPd MAOMI Q. t'

s J. T. Ileayes.. . . . ... 9 23 32 ; of our own people. ID 22-lt; COLAUDE L'ENGLE.. .
Co Cum: District No. 3: publto enterprises. '
'.0. W. Batten :. .'. ... .. 8 6 11J. I favor laws to require the postal CRT.LESLIE w; WEEDDN MACH BROS. ;s. <
8. Stratton ;. . . . . 30( 1 31 aeryioe to be so rendered as to erve '
x ,W. II, Mann. . . . . ... 34 3 37 the convenience of those who labor
Co.:: Com: Dlatract No. 4: till late In tbe day. Specialist-Eve, Ear
Johq H. Bal.d . r . ... 11. 11 I favor an extension of the free B Livery Feed and Sale Stable.
Elmer n Ilaes rrr. . . 11 38 47 delivery of malls, and the adoptionof Nose and Throat...... .
\1\\(. R. Godwin.- . '7 17 24 a cheap parcels post.I 1I
. assure you that If elected Senator, WOOD:---GRAYING 'v
II' Cu Gorey District No.. 6; I shall, not exploit the great office to ,

t O. M. Hubbard . .;. . 20 20 which I aspire to mv advantage. but, Private [Hosoital. American National Everything Is New and FIrst-Class. Wo will
Jill \\ alker.r.r . . 29 that I shall Bud Joy only In the work
Render and
b : .2SIofember thai I shall successfully. accomplishfor Bank Building, Tampa, 1 Prompt Satisfactory Sor- ;

Board I'ub Inrtruc ,. the benefit of our people and for Florida. vice lav or Night. All Kinds '
lion: .
tbe Stat.e.I
Dist. Nil. 1- have been working all my life, and Heavy Hauling. i
W. C. Bus . . .: . 201 201 all work bun on constructive
.Dot. N. 2'c As public otHolal have always AT BEAMAN S'' OLD STAND PHONE 113.., r '

.. E. E. Hrown . , . . . 5 M' tried a to build up, never tool tear .... ".... "..... "" ,...... ,..... """
PI 0. Cromartie. . . . . 31 5 .' / .36 down.' W. L. W INN:' -
01.. Vn, 3-. You have but .two of these grey of
S', 'C. H. L. Ch.ndler . . . 4 ,1 16 t 32 floes to confer on those who think PITXMOIAJ: AND SOCO ON.
9oLRauIerlon . . . U 1 42 -
.1.B.'Tumblln. r:. .r., .. U 16 .} lU will\ best represent from you, one Thea DOW and ._..._ .__. _, H___ Ktociot'Oooooooueoec* '-'
one two-years now. .._.--a.w.
.Member Conl/'renum.1/ Com:: 18lEf offices of six years term. A mistake j 1 srsww C.A. CARSON.Prwidrat.. J. A. CRANFORD. 8. L. tVPFER. t(
,Arthur E. Doue6Can... . . 21615 2T f4 14. 8 .381' would be too costly la time and b'; v.......... ...t..
"'' State Committeeman: lack improvement that we should J. W. SIMPSON
'M.-J Hicks . . . . 100 15 19 34 1 ', 'I 302 have, In event we make A poor select
.Membel' Sen FsDtaf COin.: ion.. We want our ,work :done now DENTIST.
T.; W., . .. .. .. 14' 8 9' 26 9 'I 3. 20D Six wasted would mean ..that ... .
years .a
''J..W. )4111.1'.0.; .189' 14 .17 37, 10" 26 119. 8 ;.32A tremenduous proportion of the -bus. ._Office over' Oaceola Pharmacy.! KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO >
Member Coun'y Committee : ineas life of our people has been ,los .I 9.. m. to 12 m. m
PrecIDOl; No 1..J"T. so far as they could be beoHltled by OrriCKHoVBS, J
\ M"Murphy ,.. ..",.. {.. 17 170 Improvements ,made through their 1:50 to 5:30p. m.
Telephone No. 78 i
Jun IvrG. ,
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Precinct .
general government. .. ._ .
4 S. H. St.elfe;Jr" .ravt'.;';. 11 11 I assure you that my joy will\ be In -
Precinct; No..3- and DressedPine (
proportion to my achievement in Rough
w.L.Ca-rnpbell.. . r.s.,... 21 '...., . ". ' 21. your behalf.' _ fYours -. F,. KRIBBSATTQRNB1VATLAW." ,, : f x. ,r
Ptecloet :0:0. f- respectfully, ;
.;.' A E.' WhaleT..'. ',' ..', ..._. fl.- : ' ..1'Pj'eCIDCli 2S-lt N, U.BBOVf ABO.! . t-; '' Lumber. '.
No. 5YouofTindall'- <
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Poecluet Florida) \
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;/ .Precinct NOr/t""t. 1 Ashtoa desire to extend their sinceretbanb
r.'1 R. ...;. .:,1..l'> ,11 11 ,for kindnesses shown trial of,.aosee the law! arm vofMaaMT HOUSE BILLS A
many .
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