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: June 5, 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: VID00336
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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_ Court House. MI VouolMT eoll'i. Rev No..16I-t12.6p-O., L. Da...... _'.. Receive Diplomas.. I 'it :;. F Ill J11 IIa } .:'. '1'.

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_'.. June,2 1008. .
1908. 1 m trim. KVouebOTNo KisStMMKE FLA., .
KlffeiMMEE. FLA., June 1. 1W-IU-:: <2-8. C. O. Rdw.. Co. ; Last night the 'graduation exercisesof i ," \
'Commissfonerr _
? The met Board at 10 of a. County 01. on above date, Voueh.t.'or.-l.No.l f-f4U FT,. F. '...... M.wortu ". the Osceola High School brought to 1 ,.. :" '" .,. j
Sr. t r.p < Road. a close 'One of the most successful I w L
Walter Das : .
there being present Voucher.\v.\ *,C. Gro.: Co. lad Tears I In the history of that Institution.The a' '' !"
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Chairman John 1Bron.on for muUo Road. t. ',
'Stratton, J. II. Walker, CommUslon* VouehOT N .76b-i1o-d.J. Den...drift boI..... cobhmencemeutexerelsep this year e Iwdii.Paint I. ",' ., .'
Bowl have been enjoyed by large and appreciative .'
for ,
P. A. Vans Agnew, Attorney Voucher \:
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; No. im-foO)00-K J.Brown uo train audiences,, and the principal ,
the Uoard and A. E. Donegan, D. C. .and truck. Road.Voucher , ,' .
.. W I and his able corps of teachers are receiving .. "
of .he last regular'meeting No.8t2I.IID.J.: MUlrr. hax. i" ,
The minute "
Ro.4. I I the congratulation of all on .. I.
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were read and approved.Paid warrants, were .Voucher No. !M-*<51.ft-Goo.. W. ..,_ &evidences of work well done. ." '., .' J.',;.- .' ;
and canceled road roll. Road. \ "
par ,
ordered credited as-follows: Voucher. No. lllU-tl70 i. Z- Robenon, d....... 00 .Wedneeda, evening'May, the and Papery I :- '1 p
pauper. Rev. following excellent program was rendered i
Pine and forfeiture.. ..- :, . .. *82t HI Voucher j No. 161 1_.*,M J (IK)-J. A. Lanoaater. dip by the department of Expression y i '
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.. i 6-15 Bee..OR. Rev. "
. Revenue Road fund dur-Sup'r_ Rev. Antonio: :* to 1007 ..r.I
be .bring I
(t1 will pleased my
: shows the followCounty Voucher. No. i6S-t410o-w,1 ,.
;., .3 Treasurer'. report Campbkll. ... PART I* ample book. to your house and
vice Keer. Off. ,
IDS balenoe on band: I I Voucher No. I'll Rev-- -F.: W. ''Wanw.., ...... Duet-hTheWeddlnr of Flgalo"- i make any suggestion in the latest .
Fine and'orf"tu,.'. ......'..,........ MX 16.' vice Re*. Off Rev ,I Mozart-Eleanor Van Duior and decoration that you may desire 'ray: ,.:.
V .. . .. .. .. . :. IMKI VI Voucher No. .
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.. .. .... ..v; ;;.. 2Z1t tS Hec. Off.'t'.,. Young-'Tlndall.T aer.vlcea 1:| Kilby Ellis Drop me a card and I will cheerfully 'i"
Sc..nufud' .. ... .... lU-IIII8,,,, Voucher No. \l ti-f' .OO-R. A. Bartow., aervtcea -' Pro .Pa rla-Ada Ammurmons-Kate turolBh'eeUJ' on pmper '
aa.D.No. . ... w. ,... .. .. OM> He*.Off. Rev I O'Berry. and >alntlog. 1 } I : 1 :- .II
.. .. ,, W | Voucher. No. 167f22.1F, W.. QUI .:......_ .
8.8.D.No. ; ro. ": Ib.trum.mLal.olo-Seco d Mazurka- '
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a 8. D. No. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. 186.1; Buckles. -, '
.StaUaid fund. : Voucher No ing- :'Je.Oo-W.'-, Lucy

'' Total.... . .... -,7\144\ 41 dep.Voucher aup.' No.Kev.l* |4. o-Meier Kata, dry pod. WoUeyV. -''Shakespeare Soliloquy -":':"King Albert, Henry Bear[jLEOREE .Aa' BARj EIS; 'Ii- "

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for which she filed clrtlflcabe of de. No. 1 0-41.50-8. C.&. Hdw. Coo one dfn. .
posit In the State Bank ofJCis-immee. bbL 11..... Rev. 'Instrumental\ sola- Prelude- Rathlnianln ORLANDO. FLORIbA.HEALTH f'

Report of licenses war-' filed and There' being no further business; -Ruby Ellis. .
amount, *4. ordered debited. Board adjourned,again to meet In regular "My Mother' Bible"' -Mr*. Frederick : ,, '

Treasurer also filed report of re- j sesstoa- at next regular meeting. Fender-Grace Jolly.:. AND VITALITY' ." ,
4' ..oelpu from Bond Trustees, 9361.32. E.i\ LESLEY Clerk, Vocal dunt\ -"DinK-DonI(-Bell"rAbt. MOTTa NKRVINB PILLS i.; ,'

Poll tax report was checked I By ARTHUR_DONEOAN, D. C. -rMavv Carson. and Eleanor Van Tb great Iron and tonio r.ntor.tive for men Why the.1.'i .

with the stubs, amount. 9209 was or'dered Dur.or."A sad women. produces etraiictli.........and the 'normal Ilalltybutldiupthe.yrtomotd s.. '. .. .
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Similar Ca e"-Martin O'Berrv ...
debited. Honor ,
I Monthly Roll. iI Tltror Foraleby O ceola Pharmacy or. bv .....
showed the .See-Saw", G. Crowe-Ten Chi .
F Tax Collector's report mail ft-00,*bo x>I foe ioo. j :
following balances uncollected I I The following pupils of the Osceola dren.. \:

I_, ... .. ..... ...1... .... ,1\21I! 00{ High School have been neither absent i'ART.II.DuetSpaulsh ': :" ) ,."t.
Revenue.-,,.. .. .... .. .... .... .. .. .. 3117 116 I I nor tardy during the month ending DanceMoeskowfkJMary --*-!" I' bdies''pHome. .
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fount roed.. . .. ......:... .. .. .. ... &226'3' I May 29, and have made an average of Carson and Eleanor van ... i / .; . ., .
r 130118 ninety per cent or more la their stud I . . ; .
County.p.oto... .:: : .. .:::.: Duzor. ' .
h 8.Finforfeiture$. D. No. .... .. .. . . . . 4 M 1 leg, with not less, than eighty-five In "Elmer Brown-Rlley-Mildred Lee: '. ..... '.. .
.. ... 48 70 j I any one subject, and not lesa than solo "Pink Hutterflle!' i' )
L S. D. No. S. Instrumental -
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S.8. D.The. No .. . 4 111II olp tT-flve In deportment: -Thorns-Mary Carson. s I

t following bids tocaUomlne and i FJIIST.GKAUK:-Claude McCaliUter, "Mary Stuart/' act 3, acerie4Tlanflatlon "s I

paint the interior of the second and i Charlie liotuodo, "Frank Bryan, Ger- by Andrl Mode-Annie Car, : :
aid Hirers, Ned Bullock, Stratton' I.. ': I.
third floors. of the court house were on. 7 ,
filed with the Bosrd.Klsitmmee. Story Henry !:Slogletary Kirsle Bass In t.rument.alllolo-) Songs Without .r.' "N .
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Blanche Davis
Fla. June 1st, 19)8. | Cornelia Lancaster, Wor< ;" (b) "Hunting Hoatf"-* "
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'Frances Trees, May Lindsay, Ma tile .
Berta .: .;
Bryan .
CottUslo'ners, 'I.
Bon. Board of Count 1 Stanford Julia iJ'ournal' .
Osceola County.GentlemenI Graham Mamie Pll- Harden scene-"Romeo and Juliet," ',,1." I"a \ .
Mty Cordle Guv, Bernice Hall Addle I.Hah
will furnish ail material act 2, scene'' : = ,

and labor and do all patchingof Mary, Slnitletary.SKOOND Inkle Gardner. Ora Crafton', Albert Parker. ...; 1 t. :,
all the Instrumental solo-"Valse BLvrleone"Wollenbupt.Eleaoo1"'VaD'Dullor.i .
aod calsomlne : \
.1' Z plaster, GRADE-Guttle Wins, Muriel "
and hall in the : .
walls and room.
house oo second floor and thlrti : Frentls. Margaret Stanford, Dora' "May Pole" = E. Marxo .- Fourteen : :
court Bass, Kuby Duke, Mabel OverHtreet. ; '
floor for the net'sum of 9113, all workto Little Glrls.- r' Patterns

be done In a good workmanshape!.,1 Lucy Pearoe. Mona. Drlggers, EssieBass On Thursday evening.May',28, the J N. REDD ITT < iii ,
Carl Prevail
Bradley Harris,
Respectively rf Declamation
manner annual contest for the Canon '. .. .
T. W. EUJ> Kay Marsh, Walter Hyde; Powell Guy Medal took' place The contestants ".
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Dick Bullock.
Klsilmmee, Fla., June l iL"I908.HODor.ble .i THIRD GBADB Thomas were Annie Carson, Virginia I JEWELER AND > i"
f Comm -. Rotundok Tiller, Iris Oliver, Ruth Butler, Kate' '. '
'" Board of County 1 !! :
.1 Frank O'Berry Haul la' AlvyAmy'
I ; Albetuesrdand WA"rCH-'RBFAIRER.<;1. .
O'Berry. Grace Jolly, I .
mb.loner.d .j to calsomlne'all Maklnson, Violet' Bullock, Ethel Rob- Harvey'" Collier. A Of did well/ Are. Best Y

I,walls andyoebings In two. upper erson iohnson Katie Thompson Itosooe Dann, and the judge, Mr*.. Dotson, Prof. Call sand see my Line of' Watches,
and also Lois Tioe McCalH.Ler.t May I Meek.andMr. A' B. Jarreli declared .. ,. 'w", "
stories of. court house, r, .
., Tiner, Eddie Campbell, Sam \ '
and furniture it hard ,to decide who did best. 'I' .
9 varnish all wood work very "''' "!
.Mf*r In safd stories, first-clati work "for' 'Susie FOURTH Spelr.GRADE-Annie Nlemeyer.Celeste _. However they gave the medal to MissRuth Any* article of* Jewelry Promptly'*** Or r"f( I ....10.:
Butler The outburst of applause
the sum of 9425. Moselev Ethel Gilbert Ethel .
HYDE;' following this announcement upon .
Lee, Grace Wlnn Myrtle Collier, Mattie .shawed the decision to be popular with dered .Request.BICYCLE III : .,: ., ',; .4e
verbal bid of '
Jeff O'Qulo made a Belle Harris Marguerite Bass, Susie \
and oiling of the audience. SUNDRIES. . --- ;.. ..
201.80 for the painting Bell, Llllle Drlggers. Ruby Whtd .. .
the Interior and furniture. den, CbarleaO'Quloo.Fraok Whetzal, I 'Friday "night.a" 29,. the annual .. ,,. ,. ::4 ,.. ., .' _,:,f''J,>' .!h""'':" ,,
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The bids of Ellis and O'Quln, on George Morrison, James Oliver, Mal. debate took place. The question, '. ; \t-f! ; ;. ... : .4'!!!\. "0H ,
motion of J. 8. Stratton, seconded by oolm Overstreet., Ralph Bearden. 'Resolved, that capital punishment Osceola County 'i, J.' >] ;.' .,. .. [\ ,.' ,,
J. H. .Walker, which motion carried' FIFTH GRADE Anna Davidson, should be abolished," was ably bandied O< .. <.., "j&a! }:i ...,\ 'i//. I'"1: '.
by Verner Ellis, Marie Huddle- t; ; '
"were accepted. Kathleen Bearden, Angle Maklnson :..,: i ; .
Mr. O'Neal and Mr. Mllatn ap- i Mildred Wlnn. Ollle Cayson, Don stop and Harvey Collier the affirmalive - '" :BecauseThey ., ,
;11. Board and uk It to and Earl Minx, Martin O'Berry Abstract Company, ." ,. '
r before the Baas, Roy Graves, Willie Wlllouah-\ James j ,' ': .. :' .. -
"l' II the Polk County Board in by, Allen Meek, Edwin Waldron HI- and Johnston .on the negative.All '" s, .
a steel bridge aoross .the I ram King, Lawrence Griffin, Tony Ro. the speeches showed originality I '\\' .

I:," Kltilmmee- River at Gardner. Aver. gero, Nat Carson, Sheldon Johnson and bard work on the part of the ,S., H. BULLOCK.I MANAGER. .. 'are' prettiest
k -considerable ''discussion the Board Leon Bass Lyles Story.:; speaker The Judges Messrs. H. C. '. '
' desired to find out If ,they could ... SIXTH GRADE-Emma'Bass.. Irene Stanford, Prof. R. O. Meek, Dr. River Real i ". simpia "
,,t cure the right of way to the river; ,millard; Hilda'Keene.' Eleanor Mote- .. Charles Bandy and W. W. Jackson estate'ritles They are 6t '
Investigate the gave their decision for the negative examined and reported on .'
and wishing to further! ly.'Bettle Pherigo Anna_McCallliter, ,"
-1i ;'alter, decided to leave It open until Annie Cromartle, Nathan Bryan Eddie but gave the medal] for the best Taxes paid for non-resident I They arc most/pract; cal ,
f next meeting at which time they Hansell.xIIarry Whetzal,' Edward Individual debater to) Miss Marie Hud- Instrument relating to real estate- ' *

l board, at Barlow of dleston. carefully. drawn _,*, .
swould wire the Newton ROT O'QuInn. t"Correspondence t I 1 They are lndivldual\
.;, "bell''action to the matter. SEVENTH GRADE Lucy Buckles, .Sunday, May 31, a large audience
G. W. Qrlftln presented bill of $2 Pearl' Bass, Elon Guloe Marl.O'Ber- assembled o the High School auditorium -' Solicited. extreme''

'to the Board for. goods furnished ;'A ry Myrtle McCaliUter, Alma Griffin, to hear the commencement ser- ,- ; They are never .
destitute colored woman. The Board Corlnne Gilbert, Eva Woodall, Man mon bylRev: J. B. Mitchell of Orlan- - r r
p M refused payment of same on the Lee Oliver, Cecilia1' Overstreet, IDea no. Mr. Mitchell was at his best and I They are always stylish [

ground that .the Poor Farm was the Carson Blanche Lancaster Ave Collier preached one of the most inspiring NUBIAN TEA '

proper place for all persons In ,need Eme Cayson Lee McLean Alleen !. sermons ever heard In this place from 4, I They are economical

to go to.Owing. I Speir. Vernon Porter SammteLupfer, the text, "I am Indebted both to the .
,..). to bills not being: written' up, I Lacy Johnson Harry Williams, Greek and the barbarian to the wise ;
"'ton account of coming In at the last I NINTH GBADE-Iris Oliver Kale and to the unwise." .

ti; moment, the Board had to adjourn O'Berry. Monday evening the tollO'wlDllllrad- 1 ; a

until 2 o ra..'to give the Clerk sufficient 'TENTH GRADK-Annie Carson. uatlon program was carried out.: At Our Pattern Counter .
time In which to audit bills. ELEVENTH GRADE-Berta Bryan, IDvocaLion-Rev. A. L. Woodward. I I I ::,

':Board reconvened it 2 p. m,, pursuant Marie Huddl stoD. Instrumental solo-"A Bohemia Ca Keeps \ .' v' v f.,' \ .v
to adjournment those presentas TWELFTH GRADE Mary Carson, i I t \ .
price"-F. Well*-Rubv Ellis. : 1 '
Ii In the morning session Rachel Leake Marietta Pfann. Selection BOld Hur"-Wallace You WellMs lOc and" 'ISc. ; 1'1'I

The following resolution. Introduced Rachel Leake. .. ..-",
by Jc8. Stratton, seconded by '11 "
ter Save the Mocking Birds. Song-"A Natural Bpell"-Brbtow- / !
carried' Resolved,
John R. Bronsont Class. I .
.." date ally Ijs\ rendered Recently quite a number of dead Ea.ay."Bldoe, Lanier" Marietta .1

?k V to atcounnty, if' before tbt.ed! to the mocking birds have !been .noticed In Pfann. M ( an III '. I

4 Auditor or noon of the the streets. And as to whether or Oration "National Ideal.'Henry ,- -s i .
Saturday proceeding the Monday on not they killed by bovs. died II : ... '
were or Moon IdealRemedy- S . ., .. ,
which the County Commissioners from some other cause Is not known '. -r'' .,f ..". ., ,. ...,. '" ."f ,
I o.t.r\1menl.&holo.) "Oberon" F.Ley* III !} ''\\I'> "' ' ,. .y. ", t- ; ( fj j''' ..
meet, the same shall have to lay over The birds should be-protected as 'they back-Mary Carson. s , \ 1.'f'; : :: I./ ... ;f' a,. ;

until next regular meeting. are the best friend of farmer and Essay-'Aualament .of.W. omaDklnd'. PIANTCRB for t .,. '. .' .. ..: JI :; 't << ;.";. 't" '.R'4k ...
The following bills were examined, fruit grower, If any one will take the -ERle Lawson. N Af a3pOcxeto tl: '' .. f'J 1-;:' ,I p: j"J'< _lIi <,i;' ..: ', -1
( approved and ordered paldr trouble to watch they will birds : . "" ( : ', ....
. see, Duet--Amerlcao Girls" Kunkel.. x ConstipaIndigestion-' : ".. : .\ :>,I ';""w'. , Jt.'; 1.' ,< ; . ',
t VO-ft8.IO-H. B. Yeill en.ii of nearlyevery variety busy cleaning Eleanor Van Dpzor and Ellis. ,.sea., t
V..b.Nt. ;, Ruby '. .:. : '.;,\' ; 't. >I .YiI. .
f1' :
trees, vjnes and vegetables from Literary addres*-Mr. H. 8. Phillips:,r.uon'a. : '.., :'' '.}'" ., .,...1:: ... . ,
.Vowohsr N0.1--s4. >--Jullua HjroX hotol far destructive lo.ect.-S" ..... : 'i, A..! -J '
"Augustine Reading roll of honor-Prln. R. M. lloD" _,.; I' ." . "f.,' 1 : / fIt'ttip' "I : .. :
:'W Record. .r : ; ;" "f'i 'i.1'1;" : ; '.
Youchw {2O-C. r. ProntR liVeSSor EvansPresentation ... ,
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i:c &P.*.'.*.trf Uu >>-0. F. ....... *, Hushes killing Any person a mocking anywhere bird' or In Florida of the of diplomas and award. .ara.saaooNfl" ( :r1. .,t''o' ',.,"'r:'-.i. I ,.r,"h. .. ji :.o'.,'",,.T0 .' "."' ,", rY,. 'f".J .' _
any .. : r.
.. inn of medals-Supt, W. J', Sear e ; mo <' "a ,.. ' '', :
Pi.t :;ojEH->i CF.. MetIV harmless songsters, should be severely .1 t, ; .f: ,; Prevatt. ewes .
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The .
.._ punished. All bird life should be following are those who this -- ...". ,''''P\ .-J/' I.t. O.l.\ . it
'.ZeId.- Yomh.N.. /t66.7o-Q. Pt.wtlart., pared from wasteful destruction year received diploma:' Joel Butler, n Bilious ___ 1 U ".......". .__.. -_'nll'" a_..,_
f f, soot. It be the pestful nuisance of, unless Mary Car. .n Ruby Elaine Ellis, Ver.. = 1] .'J , <. .. .
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Yooeher No 96-r21.a1"'C. B. art..Ma. an nor Reid Ellis, EWeClifford Lawson, :

4, "-Voo.*Nad f...r'P.ooP.. Daa I. sutraing. filling English some sparrow good and, and useful he place may be la Rachel May Leake. Earl Otto Minx, ness andDyspepsia .' ..

' . P.Yas...twN-M;;: _f3-J.k oon.rr1. adw life we know not. of. Spare-the, bird* Henry Eleanor Talbot Van Ducor.Moon\ Marietta. Pfano. < "
N e.wr
y lives, for tbey-are valuable to human
.eavbtloer. h ,
.t' xa..d-N.vo-W lleae''' Br,nor The following are!the medals awarded
Democrat .
itv. True
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(. '. on graduation bight and who received . o! j'
!r .nd.1L.Na11.. 1111-e1.. 1......__ sc.4 them: Rose medal for
S .h ........... R...; '. r., . _. Teachers ReBetted.'At excellence In general Cecilia 'CMWMDANN
........Na .J8t-t8oo..1. _8' 8tntt.u. .e..r ,' grammar school
4srV ...... ar. the mooting of the"School Board Overstreet;, Rose medal for general :It' is good for the U vttr/Ktdneya Stemach
Yen. ... ..' ., -
lwN .-.I8.ot-W. Ood"-o on Tuesday all of the. former "\eachere excellence In the high school EOle ,Bowel and Blood. 'I' /
;, a y.6.r Der: )3e-rlacu-J. a. W-'kw. n. of the High School were reelected.The Lawson; Katz mathematics medal, It takes the place of calomal> and leave .

,.d.,a. a- \ B_ .... board also raised the salaries of Virginia'Tiller Fell. essay medal' no bad after enacts. : .
V.aehwN..let-W.0o-W. Ems Lawson'
Few/.ran.fpp.r' ] ... .- all the teacher In this school except t" It is needed in the. Spring' o.
V-- Na 1rrrL IIO-L 6. s-a.,. ,Cat.t the principal, 'five dollar each permonth r reused Winter, by Men. Women and
... A..... -. which- isa deserved recognition WILLIAM KIONBYeava PILLS hildren. THErOUTFlTTER.

Jaa"VN..1.""" _ -. D.. Dduw., ....LA 01 faithful service performed.Our Have yoa. .....ede4 your'' IU4..,.-, _Have Ills extremely iMlaiab1e-( ..... .e1al1dtee .. . *

V--. N..ola-paN.l,.. A, .Y'I High Sobooll second to none intbeCState royerwlwk..s your nerrtm er>tm aDd :like it., Buy a bottle from .
tronbltTwUfc aid :
4 rnar klel. ,* blddMHave
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\ ..eY.rNa I 11-ALd0-Llsr N. C.;. i..t' and Principal Evans and Too paloa l.:koine,ekle,a.elr,(rot-w ..edsee. 'i'. r : ,
: .- .. his able oorpsof assistants are d_". bladdart Mare rou a app mn T1

; w ..... 'iJ.-:ltt..,.141-161.-C' "." -. log of the for highest their-praise excellent and encouragement . a dealreMMea.. eapsetelly t arlnet aader the If_treeToo WAil....'frequent KidoerpHUwIll Rsb rS's o .PI1niI y, .j' :: . , : -, :

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AJolph.. 'Si.tak.IIFaiIs a Victim to Senator. LaFollett* Halls the Flo>r IV _- Governor. Haskell ft Oklahoma, has'

;; ConipreisCnu4ny; ; in R.l b..... House!! and Senate Close Just Be.i ,Or Eizbuoj Hours.. Vkw' ,prssldentEzpresse* Hi signed the famous hoteTTBipeeUon" bm '
Paris, France, -A sensation has been commonly i known as the' '
s Financial I 'CondkionKV ""'. camed; in ,the art world here by thai ,Jtore Midnight Sat rday. In Senator the! t..F.oletien: '' ;,.. Uibuter Thank. to the Senate.. sheet"' bill,: because of the provision,,' '
senate against1 the adoption of "
t .: brutal murder of the distinguished!' --- that the upper sheet on all hotel beds '
painter Adol. he Stein hell, and his the conference report on-the currency must bn long enough to turn'back S I-I

_ : REGElYER'slip $100,000 mother-in-law' ). who were found strangled THE PBESIDEITCKiSATISnED 1 'almost bill, gained continually a championship.for eighteen He tpok hour CANNON TALKS". HOUSE feet ever' the other covers. .

In the former's home In the Rue and forty-three minutes*, and his roico Judge Burnett. In circuit court at
de Vauglrard which adjoins tbe stu' Salem, Oregon, sentenced J, Thorn. ,
TJ i seemed to be afmost freta as.when
-Curr ) as
CtowCrop Conditions,. Car Shortage dlo of Seymour Thomas, the America > ney Bill Employers'! Liability ho began. Uniform Courtesy In Both bnrg Ross the Portland banker, 'to ''

_ pQrtrait painter. The house was fan Dill and the Omnibus Public Measure There have been untuber at famous ( of Conflict Comes Safety, Says five years' Imprisonment .lId to pay, ,.,
..J Cxc... ,. Litigation arR sacked of everything of talue. Stein (, a fine of $576,094. Roes 'recentiy"wsconvicted
Among Tho P ml. filibustering episodes$ In tbi his .'
) Mr. Cannon.
hell's wife, who was found gagged 1 cf version J/j/t/
H.leI>lo. -- tory of the senate, but none, perhaps, wrongful\ ,
and bound declares that the -
to a bad ever. has .beeD;'supportl'd by so small school fund ;
-- crime was committed ,by two men and Washington D. C.-rThe: nut session a body of men-as the "lone filibuster! ;Washington, D. C.-rPreccdlng, << adjournment On the Delaware river at Philadelphia. ..

Memphis Tenn.-The Gulf .Compress a woman, the latter she bellevca; she .of tie! 'sixtieth Congress cam to a of Mr. LaFollette. the senate ..grpd.on( Pa., an explosion] occurred in a
company, capitalized at $1,000- recognized as a model *,hj was employed close Saturday, mldhlgbt, .,,-- The previous record 'for ,a ion*: resolutions thanking Vice President launch which killed one and InJ-jrtd; '
has been placed In the hands ofreceiver by her husband. Id a no tbe
.WOO. bedroom was the dead body of Mme.8telohell' In the, house the closing hours were speech in the senate was mad,, fcy Fairbanks for the, abe! and Intparllal fifteen. I "
former Senator Allen of Nebrgsk_ who succeeds C '.
over SIjeach
he presided John ,
in which
now' mother Madame Japlu characterized by singing of and manner
affairs administered songs
Its are )being who "
opposed the of silver ,
repeal the the following printer at Washington
made public
_ lie as
She also had been strangled and the .. Its deliberations. ;
Hanson !
by C. C. appointed by the session closed with general good purchasing clause of the Sherman act has arrived from Manila, where
,Judge John E.. McCall- of tbe United body was fastened to the bed. Eery fellowship among the members. and he was aided by other senator response unable adequately I \e baa been director of printing for ,
in the house had been .ransacked "Senator1 am
Btates court.Abnormal room The
j senate was.eztreniely quiet conditions relative to the and a large number of \'aluables the ,closing hours, held together voice to express the full measure of my ap- seven jears. -'
by' frequently reading extract
cotton crop the recent car shortage, ] stolen.: Mme. Stelnhell's injuriesare only by the necessity of regaining 1,11 from documents. LaFollette had pieclallon of the resolution.which: you In a collision at' a. off 'the ,North '/' '
'slight but she is suffering from noassistance have been pleased (a adopt 1 thank Carolina cost the fishing ,schooner '
litigation\ coupled with the session ror. the engrossing and signingof cf
; that character In
fact foi'it and shall al""as hold It In sunk the Dominion At. '
) Inability to collect large amounts due, : very severe nervous shock. She states hills Ills task was made as difficult as j>osslblo . you Fame was by
are held responsible for tbe bad flimncial i that the assassins got $1,600 In money, The last two 'days cf the senate'wlll .by placing Interpretations (ItO grateful( H-membrance., lantic lines' steamer Boston. TiI. \,
f condition, which compelled the and jewels valued u't' about $3,500 be memorable on account of the filibuster rules of the senate which Interfered ot "Permit me to congratulate] the members Fame. carried a crew of nineteen

i filing of an application for a receiver<< of Messrs. La Foliate! Stone with Ills demands for the calling of the ) upon both sides of the chamber of which' number seventeen were,

and general creditors' bill by several: I MAY HUN FOR I GOVERNOR.( and Gore against the Aldrlch-Vree- roll to determine 'the existence of a upon their devotion to the Importantwork attentionof drowned. '
large stockholders of the corporation land emergency currency bill, by the quorum. which has engaged the Wright Brclhers of Xenla. Ohio, ,
---- ,
The plaintiffs to the 1)111. 'which' has remarkable Interpretations of the rules the senate during the Regslon new have signed a contract with the Unit
: been declared general creditors' bill, Democratic Conference at Chicago which' go tar to establish cloture In a .. r'Io hl4. No one ))knows better than ed States government, to furnish a
by Judge McCall. are: Henry' P. Till: May Put John Mitchell to the Fors. body notewcrthy for the freedom of JCROWD LAUGHED. -the' chair with "what singleness of purpose flying machine that will be, able to

t tnadge of New Jersey. William T, Mister Chicago. III.-John Mitchell; formerly debate, and by the final passage of : and ability they have- addressed attain the speed of forty miles an hourIn
f of New York, Jacob Mass and V. president of.the United Mine Woik. the currency bill. President Rooseveltand When Told Thsatsr Was BurIn, themselves to the important public: astlll atmosphere and to carry two ,

.r 1. Mcintyre of Georgia, A. F. Cliurch111 erg of America has been seriously putb several of his cabinet were at the They Passed Quietly Out. business. Much of the<< work which babe persons.! The trials to ,take place at...
II.' F,, Smith and O. lilerce. The the fore as a candidate for the dent Capitol during 'the evening and the' :New Orleans La.-Several hundred .n done has been<< beyond the reachof Fort Meycp /," '

,receiver made $100,000 bond. erratic gubernatorial .nomination as president signed the' bill shortly before women and children-were In the 0hu the public re, It has been doneIn Cho'.era: has apparently taken a .serious . '
The bill -aetl forth that the company , the result of a conference In which: \h committee room and In executive foothold In the, Philippines. Four

I: has. llablltels of a pressing nature took part together with Roger Sullivanand .stood 43 to 22 for passage. a moving picture exhibition whet fire seufclon. but whether It has been cities. Including; Da l1pan. are Infectedand
involving large amounts, and thai It other democratic leaders 'The government employes' liability broke out in a fUe-story building sep done In tilei cpen 8ente, with the en- the bureau of health Is planning] .,
j Is In arrears for rentals for,compresss Mr Mitchell would not say that be bill providing for the payment of damage arated from the theater by an arcade tile country as witnesses, or la the to stamp out the disease.: Cholera is '

and other property about 40000. would be a candidate for the nortilna. for Injuries or death, caused passage way. .unreported executive se'sion or In thecoinnittre also rife In the province,01 Capiz, 'Y
l It is also stated that about $63,000 tlon but admitted that he would annoiince while in the service; which has been The theater exits were opened and room. It has been done with where 23t cases have been" reported
",Jlbe\ due on notes during next August his decision"at the state feder the source of no little uneasiness to the announcer requested the audience'' tireless geal end conscientious fidelity. since January In Rlzall and Zambales ,

I. and September. The company, atlon of labor at Springfield. on June Its sponsors In the senate, wias. taken to leave, saying there was a fire a. few "Mnny Important, measures have There Is fear of a general epidemic.. 4
according to the bill, has paid $349- : 15th up_and passed by that body after brief doors away. The music then struck been debated with that power, faJineas
16.28 on real estate and Improvements This admission was Taken as guffi consideration. was called up by up and the pictures( proceeded.M Mean' and dignity; which ehnuld] nl\\'aj- be Editor J. K. ,Uurkhalter of tbe Tat ',(

_J1 while machinery Is valued t dent Indication that his decision wouldbe Mr. Depew after the final disposition while\ the big crowd passed under the observed iimong, (the lUtton'u& law-ma- nail Times and Congressman Charles', : }'.
rr at about 8047314. On the other of the bill and KPM. one which shoiiid uwa11; be Edwards came to blows on the rear,1:
In the affirmative.\ u currency upon a vote arcade, most of them chatting carelessly I
_ t. hand. Its holdings are noi traced! to on consideration. not; realizing i maintained In tbe great forum. You platform of a Scat'board Air 'Line train
there a Ore
4.: the extent of $$930,841, and $779. 50 AUTO HITS TREE. On motion of Senator M Laurln, the almost over their heads. A few nUn- have well-earned the commendationbf at Collins, On., Monday. Congressman : }
remains' unpaid OJ improvements.<< fulfillment of Edwards took exception to some
the by
provisions In the bill penalizing any' tites later the wall\ over the arcade people jour
4 The plaintiff Henry I). Talmadp, '! or government employe who ahould be the oath you solemnly took well and articles appearing in Hurkhalter's pa-' '","
cracked and the fire had
k_ New York, a member of the firm of Two Are Killed by Collision In City of deemed guilty of illegally receiving a:hard fight to save the department theater., faithfully to discharge the duties of par ,and tho quarrel resulted.! ","

i Talmatfga &. Co., alleges tha corporation ) Brooklyn. compensation for.injuries was stricken your office. It is a reassuring fact Eugene Jepson, aged SO years Of ;
Is indebted to .Jiim. for $370,000 New: York! City-Whirling up Ocean out. ANONYMOUS LETTER TO PRIESt' that the nation's law-makeis are as New York. leading man In a vaudeville 1:

; loanedmost of which.Is secured by Parkway, Brooklyn, at a ape 'd or fifty The house late, passed the cmnlbus; able, patriotic and worthy of the popular sketch at Keith's theater, at \\1
mortgages or collateral. Haas &: Mclntyre miles, a touring automobile containing public building bill. -- confidence today as they have Cleveland. Ohio, dropped dead of heart J;
f of ,New York allege the company I a parly who had spent( the night at Immediately after the official announcement Note Written" in Blood Warns Churchman been at any time since our fathers disease in his, dressing room Monday

owes them $12,000 for Insurance, If i Coney Island, crashed into a tree, (urll. In ''the bouse 'of the agree "Foretells Dynamiting. created the congress as one of three when an a'ami of fire was sounded. .

while Churchill alleges they are indebted { rd turtle and fell upon the occupants.Two ment by the senate to the conference Chicago 111.-Father Peter J. OCal- co-ordinate departments of the gov. Kntangled in the folds of a large

r; to him to the extentof $10- men were Instantly killed and report on the currency bill, Speaker laghan, head of the Paullst order in ernment."I Ameilcun flag, which he bad wa"ect"6.' \
; 000 loaned and secured by notes due two were so( seriously crushed that Cannon recognized Mr. Uartholdt of Chicago, and Attorney Francis B3.Illnckley trust that 8cod fortune may attend while making a parchuta drop of t
.August 28, 1908\ and $3,289 on account. I they<< may die. Two other men who Missouri who called up the conference hate been informed through you and that you may return to 2.000 feet from a balloon at Hillside : ,

: illerce states he Is a creditor for $500 were In the car escaped 1.1 Jury. report on the measure and requestedthat an anonymous letter, written In blood the discharge of yoyr\ 1 important work park, near Passalc, N. J.. Frederick U ;

1 rental. All suits are enjoined In the I The dead are: William! P. tiobeatid, the rules be suspended and the re- and wrapped In crepe, that they have at the ensuing session. Wood an 18-year-old aeronaut of New 4.
order Issued by the Judge, and all Thomas Nolan. The injured are: Victor pert adopted.Mr. been marked for death by mysterious "Pursuant. to the terms of the joint Haven<< Conn., fell helpless in the 1'1
Creditors are required to file claims] Drandes, right arm and I lift thigh Barholdt explained In detail the enemies, and St. Mary's church, Wabash evolution, the chair now decla>'es (the sale: river and was,drowned. r

I FORMER S. SENATOR DEAD. broken and Internal Injuries. James various points of the report. avenue and Hubbard court hat senate adjourned without day. Four boys were rested at Great J.

McKenna, left shoulder broken and The vote on the adoption of the report been doomed to be blown up by dynamite Oocd-byes were quickly said and tho Falls, Montana., \, and confessed to participation -' 'iJ
-- --
Internal Blood, yeas, 214 nays 4, present the result of floor of the senate was deserted within .
James K. Jones of Arkansas Dies After possible injuries. All four ; as their efforts In hold-up Sunday of passengers .),
c .
$ lived In Brooklyn.VETERANS'jrclcOME. and'not voting, 9, those In opposition to obtain a pardon for Herman BtJle a very few minutes.. after the fall of on a Great :Northern; train. ,t.
a Brief Illness. Ji being Messrs. Alexander of Mlssaml, under sentence to hang on June 12 on the gavel In tbe hands of Mr. Fair '
j) Washington, D. O,Former t'nlted Crumpacker) of Indiana, Fitzgerald* of, I a charge cf muiderlng by poison, si* banks.In Former! President Orover CeveUjd.! :
r Btates Senator James IC. Jones or Arkansas PLANNED.. :New York and Longworth of Ohio. members of the Varal family. the house shortly before adjournment mho has been confined to a Lakewood, :lu

died Monday, Washington, The conference report on the general A chemical analysis proved that the Speaker Cannon rapped) ) for order N. J., hotel for two months with an at. ''
after an Illness of a few hours, aged Program Has Been Arranged-Excellent deficiency bill, the' last of the red fluid In which the letter was print- and dv'lvertd: the following address tack of "hl'umatlctout/ and acute Indlgestlon -.

,69 years. Ha was One of tbe leading Hotel Accommodations. great government supply measures ten was blood. : had SIIftlclently"recoverpd.
p II.. f democrats In the senate from Ala.-Tho acted upon by congress, was agreed to "Gentlemen of the Ilnue: The from his Illness to leave Sunday for
Birmingham annual
1(85! to 1903, and was one of the of the United Confederate) veterans reunion -- by the senate. It carries an apprOIrla"1 BAD WRECK ON Br& 0, RAILWAY time Is near fcr adjitnnment.: I want his home In .)rlnceton. .'to

strongest supporters of William\ Jennings will be held In Birmingham Ju-ie tion of $30,718,848 of - --- to thank the membership of the house The pupils In the eighth grade at' flIt
Br>an, having, as chairman ofT 9. .10 and 11. After months of hard 150 is to begin work-authorized by the Twenty Are Injured When Tr ln for Its uniform couitesy to Its presiding Washington school at Foil du, Lac1... f

:tie:: democratic national convention, work Birmingham, Is ready to welcomethe public buildings bill, the authorizations l' Plunged Over Embankment. officer. We all take pride In the cousin must wear their ordinaryclothes ,

conductedi' the campaigns) 1S&6 and, thousands from all parts of the of which aggregate over 33000000. Connellsvllle. Pa-The observation national .house of representatives. I on the closing' day-of school It: .
JWO. nation who have The house had passed the bill. The have served In many congresses. The they wish to receive diplomas) on Ihatit
al1eady.lgnlll.d their parlor car on.the Royal Blue Flyer 00
y Intention of being present. Whfh the bill Itself] was only briefly; discussedIn 'the Baltimore and Ohio bound for personnel 'of the sixtieth congress Is day.. They!' Were Informed that vanity, at";
GOULD ROAD IN TROUBLE. the house but It furnished an i and education did not work t3gether hand
hotels are filled private homes will'be opportunity New York plunged over an embank' quite equal to that of any In which I I
thrown open: and every,visitor will betaken for Messrs. Tawney of Minnesota ment Friday near here; The car waS have had the hcnor to serte. We have If any of them put on, their Sun '
tbWabash 'Terminal Company In. Hands. care of, so that the 35yearoldcity ,, and Fitzgerald of New York, crowded and all the passengers were differences in our vieW'S as to policies day suits or, dresses they would be
4. 'of Receiver. .'* so representative) of the sooth chairman and ranking minority'mem- Injured. and ought to have The function of obliged; to call at the back door on
; ber respectively of the committee on tbe minority is only second ,In Importance the following /morning to get a certl-
t. Plttsh.urg'. Pa.-The Wabash Terminal try to outdo Its older slater citiesin The accident occcurred ,at Garrett, "
appropriations. to make the usual that of the majority; Looking fica te.
railroad has been placed "in the doing honor to the men who'were fifty-three miles east of Coo ne2ls4lie, "_ *-,- :: ,--,-'. .
state of ??
statement regarding the the side cf
at, the majority the house' I <01
hands of receivers, This road Is the the defenders of all that was best in Calls\! for physicians'' were' sent toConnellsvllle .
national finances. < ,, It for Its Washington.
fidelity public ,
the old Bouth. *Cumberland Hock wood ..
'L' .
Gould's entrance to Pitts burg, ;Pa. f i Ii j
, One bill giving the secretary1 bf the duty to the principles of tho party *
.: ,Frank H.' Skelllng, director of the r' the privilege of transferring and .surrounding\ towns. A 8peela'traIn" It' The story .ofhe events leading up I
treasury which the
road and 8. W. Mitchell have been 'WAI OF 120 YEARS. books In In that was made up at Connellsvlll ; represents for common to tae shooting of Frank Macaboy by,
library use department the
.ppolnted, receivers and placed under '- .1' j-, to:the life saving service had and departed at neon for the scene of the good.h&uae.Looking I congratulate at minority It fcr aide devotion Gaston Phillip in the Arlington; he1 jtIn *\ "

'100.000' bond. After Many Vears. of Struggle Mexican been passed by the senate and house the. wreck. to its policies. Washington following a night."I -'
At. this hour the number of killed hilarious revelry about town, was nar-
Government''Subdues Yaqul Indians. but was net enrolled In time to .be, "During tbe session, at tImes. there
: WATER HABIT BAD. and Injured Is not known but the rated this morning by two witnesses,
'Hermorslllo\ : signed by the piesldgnt. has been much of and with
Mexico.Aftera conflict
,- >, Sonora received chauffeur of ,
hasty reports by the railroad one the Phillips' automobile y'
The in conversing with '
_Chicago Physician Says Ov.rln'dul.g.nce war which has continued intermittently president officials indicate ,that: the, accident Won virile mend American citizens there the other the elevator boy at '
for' more than 120 years; the members of his cabinet present and of will always be much of conflict, between whole
$ the most distressing on the the Arlington. The testimony
Is Cause of Aqusmanla..Chicago Yaqul nation, is about to suffer the several senators stated that he was Plttsburg division since the wreck of earnest men of different views, of both witnesses was distinctly fa '

111.-Water intoxication Induced .. throes of dissolution, to sever tribal very ,well satisfied with the accomplishments the Duquesne limited at Pawson, five but out of this conflict comes the safety vorable to the young defendant. ( ,
I by'too copious use of water externally relations, and,Its members are 'to set of the congressional' ses. ago. of the republic. -
or-Internally, was pQlnted out tie Into peaceable and law-abiding sion. "I wish you a safe Journey home and President Roosevelt and his faiulljr:

,.,. by.Dr. L. D. Mason, vice president oft Mexican citizens. .*. The major ..appropriations enacted'It. JAPAN VERY FRIENDLY. that you may return one and .all. In will" leave for Oyster Bay June 20 Jin-
the American Society foruke Study of.i Originally numbering. 20,000 or the session Jufct closed follows: full health and vitality at the meeting less something turns up to Interfere ,
-, Inebriety Alcohol and Drug "Xueroshl"1ft more people, .they have never yet acknowledged For agriculture' .. . ; ., 11,672.108 Secretary of the' United States at '1'.0" of the second session of the sixtieth with their present plans. Mrs. Rcose'
I an address to the Inmates of the the authority of (he.Mexican Army . . . '... . 95.382,247 congress \elt will not precede the president to *
: Washingtonian home on "Why Men government, but the end is fast Diplomatic and consular 3,577,463 .klo 80 States. "In pursuance of the concurrent reaolntiou -. their summer home this year unless: . '
Xta-lnk." He' declared patant medicine coming and the Yaqul nation will District of Columbia (one- San Francisco, Cal.-"The American of the house and senate It only the_ heat becomes;great.
; drunkenness Is almost as prevalent as j soon be a thing of the p&atDINEDIIYROYAlTY.: half payable from district fleet 'Will be given a royal welcome by remains for me to declare the first session The second an4 third sections of the
taxes .. .. . 10.1J 7.668I the ofJapan"was
the generally recognized forms. 4 people __ .the 8tate'I of the sixtieth congress adjourned report the classification methods of .,
... I Fortifications . . .-. 9.317,145 meat made' by Post Wheeler, secretary -I without day." i, on
r SHIP CHINESE' IN BOXES ? Indian .. . t ". . 9,253,347 I to the United 'States embassy at the New York cotton exchange t>T.Commlaal.oner .. '-
Legislative, executive and Toklo, who arrived here on the Pa- M LIQUOR FOR (;(JNVENTION.D.mochUo of Corporations Herbert. '

Report That Smuggled Chinamen Died. American. Diplomat and Wife Shown Judicial .,; . . . 32.833,821 ciflc mail liner Manchuria. Knox Smith have been made'and ,. ,
Great Honor. National Committee Refuse like the first installment; show op
Military academy ,. .. .. 845,634 "All the 111 reeling toward the United
,, Investigation' Started. The U.gue.-A. 'a closing ceremony Navy . . . . .. 122.662.483 States-what little there was of it Granting Bar Privilege that exchange to a great disadvantage.
fr New York City."".,-Under orders from .to the official farewell which Queen Pensions! .. . . '... . 163,053'.OOOPoatoftice -has died out," said Mr. ,Whe ler.' Denver Colo.-Those In charge of as compared with other .exchanges. ,

Immigration Commissioner Sargent,. \VllbeIiulna gave to Dr. and Mrs. DavId . .. ., . . . 222.962,392 "The Japanese no longer talk of Immigration the democratic national convention This exchange is stronglly criticised
$ agents of the Immigration: bureau Investigated Jayne Hill, the American diplomat Sundry civil . ... , . 112.937,313, troubles. That question lisa have decided to put an absolute ban on its classification methods Identifi-
e' a report that twelve China- .. 'there on liquor during the gathering In July. cation of grades and arbitrary rules of ''
and wife the couple dined In the Deficiencies . . .. 66.993,873 been settled and .is no longer
Den who were smuggled Into this Imperial palace and slept there Sun Miscellaneous . . . .'. 3,000,000 any"friction over It." Large sums were offered for the bar the classification committee. It is asserted
country over the Mexican border privilege, but the committee voted that the New York exchange ,
in day, then leaving for Berlin. The queen Permanent annual appropriations Speaking of the Chinese boycott tn
boxes and shipped from El Paso iccelved both Mr. and Mrs. Hill and expressed , .., . 154,144,894 Japanese goods, Mr. Wheeler said that unanimously not to grant-any concession doe not provide for the extremely ,_ _
.; to New York, were dead when Te"j! her regret that they were leavIng f Japan's trade with China Is suffering/ for, a bar or other means of sell- 'weak or "perished" staple cotton'Ma _ _

;* reached this city. the country. Grand total . , $1,008,804,894 I greatly, as result. of It. Ing liquor on the auditorium premises. docs the New Orleans exchange ?, .,.,. :;: '"
I , ..... RACK TO SAN FRANCISCO. The next of the destructive tests' tobe _' ,

c..t I ii,0l.tion fixed for June 10 as stated at the
of Battleship Fleet Leaves )
. France's. President Entertains' In The Jury In the famous Snell will Russia, ,Engtandand France May. Steamer Carrying $250,000 American navy department Saturday: ," On that
Honor of English has returned Tacoma. date the Florida will be'brought,from .ti
_ I Royalty.London case a verdict breaking( Agree on Terms.LondonEnlland.The MIssing
., Cargo Tacoma, Wash. -Anchors were hO'feby the Norfolk navy yard to a suitable '
will Richard Snell the '
,_ England.-President: Falllres son of .
.' Falleres -
) the late Colonel William Snell. will visit Of New York City.-Pressure ws the battleships of the first divis spot in Hampton Roads, "where the
of France, Friday became the host receive $2.000,000. Tbe will had cut president of France, to England; brought to bear upon (he ion and the hospital Redtef depth of water probably will DOt',e- ,,
of his hosts giving banquet In ship Sat.
; a honor on the eve of the departure of King coed twenty or twenty-fire feet. fcod ',7 !
v,. of the king the prince of Wales, the him off 'with an annuity of $50. Edward for Reval for-a con.ultatlonwlth'ti1eezsr"I. bassador, James Br'ce'at Washington, urday and they sailed for San Francisco there will be attacked by an AmericaWhltebead _

ambassadors and ministers at the Owing to the extreme beat ten Is considered in many to get him to have his government leaving the Georgia, New Jersey, torpedo, which will be, directed ; '.

French embasly-wtth a magnificence persons died In Plttsburg. Pa., in sources as an indication of France order out a British cruiser to hunt for Rhode Island and Virginia to remainIn against a spot on the hull about
rivaling, the entertainments -at Buckingham twenty-four. hours. The mercury registered seeking for the triple alliance of Bng- the steamer Ooldsboro because she Ua six or eight feet below tbe water line,
palace.; He caused to be 88 degrees.The'accident land France and Russia. King Edward's no better status than A pirate. The Tacoma harbor until Sunday, when inside of which will be located a special
brought Load'DJ';' the priceless Sevres to the Red Star Line visit Is said to be for the pur. Goldsbora was Chartered by the Export they will go to Bremerton to be decked form of bulkhead, which! probably

i dinner service employed on state steamer, Vaderland over which considerable pose of strengthening frlendlly iela- .Shipping company,. which failed$ The vessels sailing Saturday were will be filled\ with water. The torpedo,
& : occasions at the palace of tbe Eliy see anxiety was felt] on account, ions with Russia, though part of'his after its president and secretary bad the Connecticut, Kansas, Vermont and will carry a bursting .charge of 200
*ad' the gold-lined coffee cups and of rumors that she had gone ashoreor subjects strongly
cold table Implements used with the had been In collision with another on board. the pirate steamer which Is mimic Sperry and Emory left Captain sink the Florida at the first attempt.
_nice. The menu was sumptuous. vessel is very alight,-'consisting of a i France and England have never been also carrying'$250,000 worth of. miscellaneous Richard WainwrIght In command. of The vessel will easily be raised
Tile wines were of the choicest French simple. disarrangement, of her machin more friendly,and It Is said to be an cargo belonging to ,American tbe division here.$5OOOO the shallow depth pt water. OWJ'lIta n"

1 ;. ] *.tage. Mi' I / '. tPROMOTION ery. i opportune time,for, the_alliance. shippers 1 i -." _

Among". BY ROtlEITUEI.i The test of the big guns on the monitor '
FOR JUDGE LANDIS.Who those graduated from the BRAVES DEATH TO AID SCIENCE. '
"" .. Baldwin school, a,fashionable preparatory BANDITS.KILL AMERICANS.Also Florida" has led to' a! .division between -'

3 Judge Fined Standard Oil ,Company institution' Brya Mawr. Pa., Law Could 'Not' Interfere With Test '-' Volt Magnat. Makes Another. Gift to the army and 'navy,-experts. The,
$29,000,000, May Be Advanced. was "Miss Helen H.Taft, daughter of .''In' Oculatlon. an. Englishman Fafls Victim to HI. Institute. coast .defense Officers declare the

Chicago 'III.-Despite' the:denial the ,secretary. of.war.' ,The secretary test.ba1'e Mexican'Desperadoes.Mexico .- New York City.-The gift of,an ad twelve-inch shells did' 'not'' explode. 4
by was unable' to 'be present:''tout Mrs. New York ClfV.-Many 'pr '' Mexloo.-Two" ditional $500,000 to the Rockefeller institute They declare thejr could demolish'a, 'f '
Amerl- ,
k ; Federal Judge Orosscup, tbe ,
rujnor been made against: the excerl- '
i; of his resignation Tattcame frozn'Wlabington- attend .t'Sixty-sixth" 8treet and the turret with such a projectile fired from _ _
't. political ...clrclesj ment of Dr. Craft Carroll who InOCulated can and one Englishman were *t-
f the .exercises.' :Miss Taft next year East river by John D.' Rock.fenerlwas, a coast gun. The. nary experts. say
.- are agitated over the '
': & '. shake-up on the federal bench report which will enter Bryn Mawr college, where Frank Merrltt with tuberculosis tack by bandits and killed near Coach announced after a meeting of the trustees the shell exploded and jJ1e- ,was *I

:would put Judge K.. M. Liandls. who assessed she .will' complete, -her'colleglate' course.. germs.but It was Legal found action that the;was case suggested was cut-, Ina,;.onlcf the .mining"camps of the'"' ,, of tbe In.tltuteThe"money Is I successful.. The' coast .officers will t'
-'&t't' ,The'' Russian Green Dolores to toe used for the erection ot. a new doubtless\ ,try ,to' get authority-. t.try _ _
,*. a 29000.000 fine against the battleship Peter1 :the side the jurisdiction( the laws ller- 'CoPPt.r' company, near , '
1 i"Wt'" ,.' : Standard Oil,. on' Qroascup's bench! Orestr which ran on the rocks In !the Itt's wife and.child died ;of tuberculots. ] Chihuahua., ,' "The' report of the eaSe The building gift near makes the a' total present of.: Institute .their heavy guns on the Florida,

.CJro cup is not In accord with; the Gulf of Finland has been successfully .' was. his. 'tI'lsh (0'cl". him- was received by the British consuj_ la to, the $4,500,000. Jeprel enlaU.e''lle1)t') Alabama,," ,
t.- t'. '" :JUwsevelt, JOlICle.a:*ii. floated and. ,ben'taken, Y dry. dock ftor' elf as, a 'subject hi order. to, prevent his city Saturday but no details were given er er.,, Mr,- RO. k.. ,who hasj been i con Ailed 'to.bed by, inflammatory n

__ k 'it 'e4te president's, -centralization\ IdeaL.' repairs. a spread, of"the, .disease, -, I'veu1.! ..r o.. .- rheumatism.. improving. '. "
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j ; -' friends, dtar' friends;', at' home, .but* "
__ :..- he knows'that! "no;oAe' -will ,be here "Do rioTauffer.
% -ti.DE'rCANO'N'S'J'WARD' \ to welcome 'him;; 'for".11le1"' do ,not uatnt ... 'wiUh '
fi1.1! ;: _._--. know of his arrival setsreHeadaches t

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1'1 it -, 11..e. who ,
: : : II looking after his luggage. '

t! on A rALE'O E!E1'IAUKESS.:. : ""No third class.:*" .whenuERBINE

'r ., .-- 'The porter stares tor the young. urlour'The

a.l. *- .- :. r,, rByvJAMES '. .1:). man Is well dressed and has an arlVocrallcVlrTaud ,. -k '

_--. ,PAY,*<*." -_ notwithstanding this '

4; | Q .. _._.:_..._.- .. C.1 discovery he shows him to his 'car-

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J'l; thought mvrmurs
.4; CIJAPTEIl XVH. 14 bear that I: told ;yY1u'reven so much as cial.. as he leaves the door'' with a bust of Socrates 'In the Ca lto-

"'J< Jeannette' Confelsel.Irton's that whatever happens afterwardwill I shilling In his,band; '''once a gentleman line Museum at Rome locks like the'
be at your d or, not mine, sir" j .11
always a gentleman. Now, late ,Henry.George. _
""t-r characterwas not Quixotic ;'He shall never know, Jeannette, some fellows would have said 'Tbsre'a TmN{ '
;(or. he could never have: been "'rising" be,assured of that. If you will only :
taken .further"
your"carr'age'r! and
The farmers of thla-country buy ;
: In his profession), but 'he was\ confide In me we shall be able to spoil notice of.'hMn.: He'a out. o"luck, that'sall. annually over. JlOO.OOO.pOO worth of Will' :Cttr-e You.t)

.. t. swayed" as moat men are, despite all his schemes and make them harm and 'I hope It.will return to him." farm :machinery The liver la.the m&tn- prtnff for the whole body. To expect, '

iN!' much twaddle to the contrary by less But we cannot fight'against The subject of this aspiration' -- J 'good health, ono must keep the liver in good order. Ta do so,-
:" other motives besides --self-Interest. him In the dark;" ,a regulator la needed.' HcrWno will put your liver In tao ootditloa >
11'' pulled 'hla.railway' !'utf.around hIm.llU.h , To purify the Robespierre
Though he had loyally-defended the "I know no morel air than what f it should be and you will not euQer, trom-beadaobea. 'i'>'
d his coat dollar drew down
up proposed to Hie committee of public ..
M action of "the1 court"against 'the have told remember .
you; only that ,
his traveling over hi brows and"prepared safety that the armlesof -
' cap the republic
j canon, he bad felt that ,his client's In. dealing with' him you have to do A POSITIVE CURE
a himself for silence If not be followed'- by droves of hogs This
;;.1 l was *t hard<< , and his thfci wickedest '
cue one very wjth: and most heart. .
for to
slumber; He was In no'mood suggestion gave birth to the popular/ CONSTIPATION CHILLS AND
/j. respect for bis own calling made him less man that ever drew, breath and FOR ,
e1 '. ; / talk nor In any case,"would the appearance saying: "He. will be a general ifRobespierre's '
, A :exceedingly resent Its powers having one that ,Js as cunning 01 the devil." "of his fellowpassengers'have : little pigs do not eat FEVER BILIOUSNESS MALARIA I
vI i been made use of,to enforce a "You have described
wrong the' gentleman COMPLAINTS.
'Invited conversation. There him.en route. AND ALL LIVER ,
: Henny had not hesitated to sum. to a hair," said trton, dryly';, were but two of themone. a rough-,
mon her husband-'by telegraph that "What on 'earth,"' he added turning recently J;
looking fellow but without the Loutstlile
afternoon( ; be had come, as It ''was to his wife,, "could have ever Induced tftfolesomenesa 'increased the Has Done A World"OfCood.: .
that often
.; accompanies :. water rates to an amount1'that will
y understood, to 5 o'clock tea" In the Sophy to marryhim!" r ag,
and roughness: the other''Wltl1 the add $140,000 to the receipts. The Mrs. d. D. Marble Pall Texas writes. "I hav'e'' ,
a !most ordinary natural fashion; >"Ehe married him because tsne--
appearance of having seen better, find it the best liver corrective I haTe ever
behind. used llorblne and
t '' department ,was:running
j\or was there anything to excite comment cguldn't'helpit Mr. Irton/* said ,
: world of Rood,
,dayethe'remembrance; of which he. tried It done my family as well M myself a )oJ!
In Jeannette's.belnC.IIent. for up Jeannette warmly. "Heaven forgive , all rlonds. I never sullet.3t9mhoadaobes
had. made-efforts to drown In the and I recommend it to my
'A farmer Boone Iowa
near was
', ,,s..-. Ito the'drawlngrocmto give an ac- motor the hand I had In It'but: usual manner. They spoke to one anymore."

,1 ;count of how the little' Invalid was JT,;:doubt If I could have stopped it another In hoarse whispers, and terribly
:.'progressing In:Al any street anyhow, She did It to prevent an seemed to be on Intimate'.terraswhat horse which came In contact witha IVY

\1 ,First, however. StevIe,had told his exposure.." slight. scratch on the man'a fore- 'I

' M 'story; which Uncle Fred'transferred 111". !Frederic Irtou emitted a low friends'the, the sporting at lafge world'called'"/confederates head. Ballard Snow Liniment Co. ,

:i: ;:jto i his note book word by word as whistle; ''a whistle full of' feeling as ," They had seemed at first 500-503 N. Second S.L., ST. LOUIS, MO., In, .}

1 ;being matter of grave Importance indeed well 0.1'' significance, but still a tjO. be' auspicious: of their silent companion .. ,The: thousands of sand hill nests\ of ,
which might be wanted after- whistle.: ... the magnetic ant.of northern Australia
but'as he' no sign
I' wal'Ch"'but.tbll witness, upon Jean "'You are wrong, Fred' said ? 'gave lately Inspected by the governor-'
wakefulness they disregarded
,;nette's appearance was directed to Henny, firmly "I am quite sure him. As appeared soon'from them talk, general measure two or three by ten' Sold' and Recornmended-by' 4

!(withdraw while Mrs. Irton remained Sophy hover misconducted, herself as they had recently returned from some to fifteen feel They form a '"na .

<1 ; ,. sin court to watch proceedings The you suppose, She may .have been ture's coinpasi the long axis. point- 'Sale ROBERSQN'S DRUG STORE. '
: . distant land, wherb.-thougja they had or at ;
K ,.Jwaltlng maid at first was very'far ",weak but never wicked." accomplished had Ing always! north and south. ,.. .
: their errand they"
-from communicative she had had "That's }Just ma'am : _, ,
; It. said Jeannette encountered all ; "I
: some hardships\ spent estimated
1 some hours for reflection since the approvingly. "My mistress It I* 150,000,000
their and received
money, some alight
:events of the mornngand! her views was very foolish and bitterly,*Indeed, which had wounded' their amour tons of coal are used annually by the 1 KISSIMMEEEI17EE 1

, were not what they had been when she Jias 'paid for her folly, but she propre. railways of the United States, out of .

;t merle hadleft her. That Adair hadJaltered never went wrong. She had a secret which but,7,500,000 tons are used indrawing ,

.,.', the .child's] medicine, and which Mr. Adair possessed himself "What I hate most of all In the the ,.trains white H 1.5 00000. ,-

,iwltb; of course, some evil Intent.she of; and rather than It should be governor," said No.'.1, In disconcerted .tons go up the smokestacks,, : : '

i ,was well convinced; but she felt sure known to her friends, she married tones; "is his want of confidence .EOtI'rE
.\:\: {being forewarned, that this would him.." In a fellow. Wherever on@-goes thereIs Copenhagen's zoological gardens -

,' occur again; while to make a ' always some one else going, un have recently acquired two l' kOWDA.Ca
:.t Clever "And.: what .was the secret! -Inquired beknownst look after expensive BTKAMBR ..ULLIB, STEAMER .
J"i (further.scandal of. the matter would man and wife together. "That's one: apes and to keep them In good spirits talq' Clay Johnson Sr. Captain Clay' Johnson Jr.
"':k I fbe to entail she knew not what upon "She had been his.kind<< consideration for a small boy whose sole duty Is to '
married before
to Regular : trips to. : noseada !leaves Klasfjsv.
our welfare returned No. 2, whose veekly Baaslntersd return
.::: # pier( unfortunate mistress. Moreover Mr. Herbert Perry." play with them and keep them *
language showed much higher mee Tuesday morning,11.84 arrives lUsslmmee Friday evening.
$ + a typeof ', .
\ 'of should her master ever discover that "Wbatt Sophy widow!I" amused, baa been placed In the cage.
a exclaimed -
; 1 '; she was hostile to him, he would turn Henny In shocked amazement. education than that of his companion Special Charter.Trlpa to Lake Ok..c'"obe. and Fort Uyera on tko UlUev

L 'Jher out 'of doors upon the' Instant, -- "He's so fond of you he can A bridge, recently built for the Comfortable accommodation-for: passesicors.' Rat. reasonable.. '

:.,!; when her mistressand the child "But are you quite certain this, nevertrust, you out 'of his sight""He Cape to Cairo Railway over the Ka- The most picturesque' Waterway Florida-

!(would be jjeft without that protection JeannetteT" Inquired Henny."I ., don't trust you a bit more 'fue River is the' longest in Africa For., Passsnger 'and 'Freight Rates apply 'to
than he does me} don't think It," CLAY JOHNSON; SR. Proprietor;
!fjwhlch/ ebe. alon 'IUle" to be so necessary saw them married myself In St. It measures 1400 feet. .
searched twice between the mine and board
to them. Like most persons Anne's' Chdrch, in the It ,Oa "Wills. A
city was
"'Ith' a turn for Intrigue, she bad too arched twice between. the mine and ,.
against my will from first to last. I New York Clty'a police dogs_ are ..
the 'otel.
){greatconfidence.' In her own- resources. 1 had nothing to do with It except .being trained according to the usual ,, "-

holding my tongue. .,I wish," she "But nothing was found 'upon me; police methods. They are"taught to'

j i'' Irton saw at once that she had re- added with a sigh "I could say as my friend; I left the court without a follow and hold men who are dressed the Curse r.l

,,, fj :y)ntedofher. offer to make a clean much of her second venture." staid upon my character, whereas you to give! the appearance .of poverty.>; Gambling

I ibreast of it to ,him, "and shaped his There was a long alienee. :Henny -dear me. I felt quite ashamed thata ., n

' {{course accordingly.-. "* was,,[recalling the words Sophy' had pal of mine should have so ibe- ,On 'Contlnenta"I''railways'' the -RQ.'C'l'.8j.. .11 1 :

J, ''."What Stevle has stated to me Is a uttered during her' last visit, the 're meaned himself for a"few ounces 'of Rhine steamers'there is no miscellaneous :
!:matter so very serious, Jeannette" proaches she had heaped upon her silver\ scrambling for .meals.. Instead '

!he \gravely, "tbat it must be I self the acknowledgment she had so "LaDi- not a hostrlch, like some a'etew.rd goes through the train or ; Racing: the Cause of J' ..r

gone lute, whether we will or no. passionately made that her sorrows people, as can swaller diver,*' returned boat and lists the people who want to :. ,',,s J

{tAn attempt to, "murder cannot ,be :, were deserved and only her righteous the.other,,angrily. ."For ray ,eat., Each gets ,a, number and this I

(hushed up out of regard for the feel- punishment. "Itwas no wonder." part wonder' you don't Jingle, as Insures a seat ,without Crowding 'or GamblingBy .

,lings of anybody; remember.' she felt, and yet.she pitied,'from,her you move .), delay. .. It, Is ah. Idea that, might ,be .

8' ji "But why should It be.-murder 1 soul ahe pitied her,] Irton's thoughts And a very pleasant tousle' It adopted on this side of the sea i ,;

k' .Irf" she argued. "For all we know flowed ''In- another: channel, Was would 'make returned the''other.. ' .
1 ::11 t.- -b" loh n,\ llm., Sp ecL,
!the doctor' may have, altered 'his, possible that little Willie was .not I IAdalr's. Automaton pianos would be nothingto I TOLD BY GESTURES, ;

!!OPinion, 'and,1or. Adair' have done child after all? A circumstance ItJ] there is only one. pleasanter.chick.In .' ..1 TeatllDolI-r; err...... 2 HE Interest in horse racing la fslt by: a 'great variety'of: pea;. "
thatof .
i gold.
what he did by his advice. Besides : ; which though it could excuse my ear- ; Silent Deaf: Mute in A t 'as has airways
old civilisation It
pie while the practice is as ,
what good could master get by killing nothing, might explain much. "It's high we heardIt, ""* A-! French Murder Trial, '
and It. is generally
; grumbled. No, 1. "The idea' of ,. ; ; been regarded primarily* a sport,
the poor little darling?-his owuflesh "When did the second marriagetake '
our .bavin' (9 come home in, "A -murder trial at 'Bordea', 1",1 ;, so looked upon t today. But'ln New Yolk the law that bate.
and blood too how
place after she
;( *.;When- ..murder Is done, 'Jean-. wldow?"-he Inquired Boon was the steerage and now in' thla 'ere France* In which! .an' Innkeeper; his ; *" ;| / -been enacted to'....,... It put the Question of sport In the'''

third class .with the and wife and ,. two !accomplices were N. ,background, and declare that encouragement, la "for tlte'I. ,
B.' tte.. returned the lawyer, coldly. "About six: months sir. It I.
t was
; nrlt is not only the. murderer who puts not my' poor,,mistress' fault that it ;" and-he nodded his head la the'direction charged with killing'a 'customer, was I:::::,:: 'f: purpose",o.f raisins and breeding and Improving the breed of .'
occasion of the section ot
v of 3hely.aleeping companionto the a dramatic scene when I's' horses. This quotation la taken from Drat ,
his neck in the loop, but the accessory was ao ,"ooni, the canon hurried,It, I '
Illustrate his remark by application one of the i witnesses"took'tht stand. : chapter !S7t> ''of the-laws of 1895.. .This -statute la popularly
M who is In collusion with him. think, poor man, little knowing what '
"fellows what... This 'wItsesaa named 1 '''Lacampagne, known a. the Percy-dray, it'establishes. a state racing commission and ,
!No one who knows you could suspect he was about; and, of course," che ; as ha.etctone, ,
wal a deaf mute ignorant1 of the within the state 'By 'this law; sad
; have done to our employers' satis ordinary regulates the methods'otrace meetings
+e You of doing little Willie any harm added, her hatred of her master '' '
faction i finger language. under the the If gambling: thonrt 41.1IacUy'f
but fOil wl1ll not .be known to the stinging Into her unaccustomed decisions of courts." Interpreting' ,
r rrudgeand: 'jury who will try this satire, "Mr. Adair was very anxious 1 "It was the euchri, however, togive brother-in-law and.two of his <
!lease.'I warn you, that 'It you are to make sure of her money," the devil his due, which took friends appeared to translate'; no bookmaking on the Vace cOllrse.j) without, book making;which enables .a

(/nceallne anything that may throw Here the'clock on the mantelpiece away our .ready money" observedNo. tures.; into words; but Jtheir; services those who attend the races to b t'pn the results, the breeder of horses, the: ,, ,

jltyj&t on this matter, you are playing struck six ., 2. "The governor, has behaved were 'reaUY'nnecellar)', so clearly; owners of racing; stables and the proprietors) of race courses are all agreed ;<{

ja .very dangerous as well as foolish "I must be going," said Jeannette. ,square enough." did -he express: himself: by that instinctive ,.., that,the -sport. as conducted' at, present and for many ;years past.,,could. not ,

ds y !game." rising; "If my master comes bacltandfinds "And ao he ought to do," answeredthe mimicry which Is sometimes- exist ..
'I} "I am concealing nothing, sir," me away from home-and es- other, angrily. "For every ten. the accompaniment, of speech but. Granting this 'fact the easy conclu. n."..'lh torso racing la conducted '.

., said Jeannette, obstinately; and then, pecially here, he will suspect some- pounds he has put into our pocketshe here became Its substitute. for' the sake of the gambling and that the horses are used.,.merely s.s part oC, ""

'. t9 with that superfluity of assertion sow thing." expects to land a thou' at the very During his evidence. deaf mute the gambling machinery- a roulette wheel, for InstanceThe dally newspapers

characteristic of her class. ,. added, ",[ "Quite right," said Irton. approvingly least" 'J I I. who Inn had always been designated_the,handy the\Lman victim of.the which'ctve columns and pages day in and day out.:to the reports of ,

"n"' 'rt"neverdld.." ; "we must contrive to see you "That depends upon how the com by the races; strengthen 'thll. easy conclusion.<< Much more space la given :and' ,
5 sucking In his cheeks his
"r ? i!*"j;;What, not when' you conceaeld again, when necessary; but In the pany stands. .Without the help'of teeth the landlord by against shaking his much more emphasis laid upon the doing of the "betting ring tban"upon.. the

r'' ?,,, rfrdfii your mistress that another meantime we'cannot be too cautious. that swell in ''the city ,the wheels fist--bls employer's usual method of performance of the horses that furnish the'sportThe reporters,:with great, r

physician!( had seen little Willie be- One moment; how do you know that could never-have been'mo"ed at all. speaking to him+the landlord' wife industry and.Immense exaggeration tell of the great wagerswon: and lotti.:

Bagge" Mr. Adair knew your mistress was'a and it's my opinion he has'not much. by putting his bands to hjs halr/one and conversion of a ".ho..trlo* Into a bank roll" la evidently regarded asa

.il'jVlf" you .know so much about it, widow?. Did he ever say so in money to grease 'em with" accomplice by curling his mustache, greater achievement than' breeding or training; a stanch race horse. or riding' li

[there was two of' 'em." muttered your hearing??" "But he knows where' to get' it." and 'the other by .striking' an" imaginary It''' to a well-earned victory,

} /'Jeannette, grudgingly, ;.but with a "No; but it was very well under- observed No.1. "andhe won't. be so :match on bis''trouaer.;;as this' This.conclusion i"' uy.'but It .is not fair. GambU C'!la the great handicap,

sob in her voice.. stood between them." particular how It's got""Got prisoner was smuggler of ,matches, to racing-Indeed, It Is not too strong to say,that gambling la the curse of rac..
t I It was not so much' alarm upon "Still you have no evidence that : who la? return the other, Then ,with short, abrupt gestures, lug;, but racing,IS a cause of gambling rather than the desire to .gamble is the,

her own account that had thus caused he knew It?" contemptuously; "bu t,let m .telf''s as clear as they were' rapid be toil cause, The Century. t'.
to downin herresolution, "He knew It said not so easy as Daweon thinks for ', 'f.
r break Jeannette. his story' how.the landlady sent him .
I Ito "'
: a swell In the If he his been '
keep' silence but. perpelxlty and ter a. moment's reflection "because away on an errand, how he returned .'
, : i'distress' l of mind. be read a letter of Mr. Perry's which once blown upon, to raise -=12,000 to find the "door locked, how he .entered .' n-A.-JtA-a,:,:, .'":;-aA-.ft.9 T/J'/ '
.'v-v--v": :: ,., .
;; i", p.: "Then wby did ''you, In collusion spoke of his marriage., and he In- anyhow. And aster-'John, Adair'sreputation by the cellar 'door saW' the fT '
. .with master keep that visit closed It with letter of hlsown Is not virgin; no nor anything '.4\\"
oi. your a to corpse, saw one murderer: washing a ; ;i.
", '
; .[secret from.your mistress and Dr, my mistress." ; like It-:'urn! This inarticulate blood stained hammer another cleaning Die t;' ran tcs f. .
'sound was'a note "of .
r Newton "Is that tetter-Adair' letter-fn
.. his face and hands, and the landlady -=- .'
.i j1!, '"Because I dursn't speak of It," existence?" young 'gentleman In the corner embracing her husband as It to .

x, rcriedthe.wretched: Jeannette; "Mas- "I think it Is." had luddenly'"gIven a start, which thank' : -}
; him for!"what he 'had done. '
was perceptible through his S.. Mardan .. ... ..... ,
wraps. By Q. -
breathed 'I -
? {ter 'told me if I ever one will give fifty pounds for a sightof The landlord caught alght'of him and 1 .. ... .
t t KVI though he feigned to strike outa .
1'4 of it out of the house I should u' Igor dealt him a violent blow, then, change.
+i goHgw; do you think my poor mistress don't want your money. 'Ir." limb, mechanically as 'though itwere"part' ing' bin mind made signs to him to- ...........'T' Is a wonder'.ome., people'ever' have. -any health. at. all. {
ant parcel of the other The get the most out of one's to trust It,
and Willie 'would get :on without t
said Jeannette doggedly; "I have help get rid of the body, l
. performances and to breathe heavily \ to believe In It, ''to have confidence: in it. But
met What sort',of, a ,,husband
w \ had enough .of' doing underhand At this point the landlord who .
and fatber'do you take Mr, AdaIr tobe things for money" I llke-one fast bound to slumber did clearly followed the deaf mute' .I .1. seem to think that the get the best results out''

,4 that I should let blot work ,his "But this is work for a good end, I he' succeed. In lulling the' once story, broke In with; "That's a He! of,the digestive apparatus is to constantly distrust It, pity ILr :' ,

N-0 t wicked will upon them ..You'maycall : work that ma> possibly be the means aroused suspicion of his companions- That'a a lie! .N'N They swallow a mouthful of fear and dyspepsia with every'mouthful -
4i it may just 'aswell'accuaedear He overheard-.Indeed. No. 1 anathematizing of food, and then.wonder WhY,the stomach' does
collusion you .
ofresctiing your,,,,mistress'from .herslavery lAcampacns turned, looked In;thelandlord's f i "
little Willie{ herself No. 2 In a muttered-tone for not take care ot It.' ,;, .J.J" ; ;
... .
a*,well as causing your master face, then stamping with .. .
of auch',a thlngvwho I , be ** "" being such a tool as to name naifties: Defore.the child cut'evenT' speak plainly It:'is taught 'to1 "
h ; i to get his Just deserts V1 his foot he raised his band and stoodin .. ,
y //i"ient about this very, m ter'Jor,;( her "That would be 'a', sight for sore In a cub'Io conveyance, and No, 2 the same solemn attitude in which to talk about its' "poor 'Ittle tumrolc,", and this:nonsense_ la:.kept,up through : ". ". .{

>,t I mother/a, sale.", anq she dl4: so, be- eyes.;..lndeed," answered>.Jeannette defending_ himself with the vehement he had taken the oath. '. htfe.' ..' : ,! .

pauae, child. she le.h.haa a<. deal earnestly mopping her own with herhandkerchief. Irascibility of a man who knows he Thla evidence 'and a confession,Toy We often hear' men'talking'about taking"-the-best r- 'ot"tberr"health'g, .1. ."
'than.some: is in the wrong: but their confidential )
more people :as she rose'froni'herchair the mustache wearing the worst .
communications prisoner were 'When they are'really doing thing possible for It,, They are the '
v are grown up.. And after all, what :' -You shall have that'' letter "were', over. Only enough to convict the:accused., The worst possible enemies of their stomach when they are always talking about;'
other observation between
one passed
did 'it matter' about- more 'doctors slri if I have -break hopen..nUsus' landlord and .the match' smuggler' their 1Jgeauon'and expressing a fear that they cannot eat this and they can-''
them from which .n1
' rooming? .The)"' ;were' 'kind, honest desk. to get .at it'* Information were sentenced to death.. the other not eat that, when they are thinking' all the-time about how. many.,bites they: a '
"" could be gathered,1 As they neared
gentleman, and, as I ahonld Judge by 't
to, Imprisonment tor- fifteen ;years.: mouthful of food, and bow long they must
Jthelr. manner, none too tond.ot mass the end of their Journey No; 2 boughta must take of every ,,masuoat. it 5,
CHAPTER XVIII.fobbert New,'-York Sun before they.swallow It. ; ,' .- newspaper.and produced from his ti
;llT I "MfJust-so.said Irton;' ",.ou 'were .", pocket small lantern.means.oj, What do ,you mean betaking good care of' your bodyt Just to
.rarlall'u' New Anto Law.Paris' .' ,
unite right in nuppoalng: there''was The P. ft.O. boat has Just"'arrived which he contrived to spell, out. a and to weigh and measure your"foodwith" the",.same precision that .' drag"b .

r ;, no Mkrm In them:' Still I must know at,1 Southampton.. word or two; though the chief effect ,has'a added' to'Jta automobile gist would dangerous drugs, concentrating your mind.upon what yon eat,and',

"< ty>s.oHheywere' /',. Among the, passengers there la ''a cf the light war to Illuminate his own regulations' law requiring autoutobllts thinking about what will hurt you-that Is not; taking good car of your body.
countenance in .nembrandtlah' to .top'anert causing (in accident , wonder, ;thatTTonratomach'aches,' that' It Is: to amed,-,, wb.... 'j :
t t .':! know nothing: about. them, exjcept young man who ;wears, a. grave and a ,and Do you J'OII.;. "t
; > 'that, one'called the other Wood- preoccupied expression, ,lie does not unattractive fashion and. imposing both Imprisonment, are all the time,thinking about It. worrying about it, and e.pecUocatt\ : ;:
and fine ar the" .penalty of on attempt>> eatla going to youT-From Success acutn.tJ :?.% ,,..
'7' ruffe;. and if ever' master come: Ito f scan the faces o.t- gone' ashore- who 'I'D be Coatinuod.r Ip erl'tmng.yGU burl .. : .

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i The KSSMNMC Yafey tatt*. The Perfect Way : .. - -

rOBUBHED ETKRT: FRIDAY.: :Sunny South Stables.. I;

In Gazette Building Clatters
Office Valley Score of Florida Have 1 "

K18S1MM JQBCEOLA COUNTY FLA.' Learned It. i L. H. INQRAM, Proprietor. SPRING -

t If you suffer from backache, ...ase ssu.NaNeNNNNNariaaNes. S '
W.; It. HARRIS. Editor aril. Prop'r. There U only one way to cdre it, e.NNN\\N\N\.N\N.I .

--'T"811B11C1UJ'T1ON -== The perfect way U to cure the's. ; LIVERY SALE and BOARDING -I Iii $
RATES!: ; .
.............,. ......... .$100t I ... ;
One ;one rear.On .
Paa. .02
t.e month ............ ....... A bad back meant sick kidneys.Neglect 1 w I I: I GOODS', ' .. $0 It, urinary t/oubles follow -------------\--.t .

AH .ramunle.tbnl.' from our author.- DoanV Kidney Fill are made.''for Well equipped with New Stock and VchicIeR'ahd: .'. .\

4 1.d.are.rp.rrlont&muatb..isra.dbhowriter. I.dne'll only. ,. to meet all with 'lit, natter will not b* returned ontee' ( ;prepared demands Perfect( Satis '7"

.a1l.ifor. ,,, .. 3. U. 1Rmunx clgrarmalcer, living faction. .
--- --' -r at 1311 A.Hhley street, Tampa, Kla., .
Bat: .ncl at the PwUtfllo\ .In.JtJ.lm....., FU..a* aayH: "1, axed'! '' (loan's Kidney Bills I ** 1 .

.eo.d-cbn mall nsMer.FridayJUlo. _,. and they .cur '=='' ==- =-=-='-0 1 : -- disorder of the kidneys. Two or ... HEAVY HAULING A "'SE'ECIAI:.TY. ., .. .

I C 1908.; trove timed on uocount of the pain in '
back I wan unable to work """' ,
i my fo.( 1 I with: Ginghams Calicoes ?
for xeveral daysThe- secretion o f " *, :
TeleRraphlo advice received here the kidneys wore In a venr bad condition f
this morning indicates that In yesterday'a dark In col" and If allowed to 1 La;-\vns. \\Oiito\ Goods Etc. r
primary In Georgia, Hok e stand would leCom"h l consistency City Barber Shop I : ,
Smith the present governor, -andcandlbate a of Jelly I tried various remedies, '
for re-election, was defeated taking what socnu-il i like /gallons of The early buyer l gets tlie :
medicine and 1 aUo put on planter .
by his opponent Joseph M. Brown. .
but. nothing helped IIIB at. all.untll t 1 .. .
'; A telephone line from .Klsslmmee to got. Doa n's Kidney' Pill upon|> the ad NEW AND UP-TO-DATE best .selection. '. '
Baslnger "would, be a /great convenience vice .r t a friend of mine and using .. .
to the people living along them according to direction they '. _='n .
the way. Let some enterprising cured me In a very short time." i .
citizen In. that section' agitate the Fur sale by all dealers. P,'1m) CC .
> matter and see If some way can not bo cents. Poster-Mllhurn Co, IJulTalo( and YOurH for Ilonewt I VTulues .
Hot Cold BathsFine .
devised to construct such a line. New Stntcs.York, sole agents for the. Unite r

In the death of lion. Geo. W. WI1 l) llemeiober the namo..,Doml'gartake .
coil editor. in chief 'of the Times. no other. 15-o-a-m Havana Cigars

Union the State press 10Hu) one of I. .
IltI', and useful members, .
and the State of Florida loses a l- e KATZr
citizen who has ever been untiring\ _- I IAub.drrfB.Au6a4
in his work for her growth and velopment. ,. 1
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'"-"""" ROOM IN '1
The prize essay on "psceola I'fUnty: WOMAN'S MEDICINE" "
and Its resources,." wh by Miss Effle Lawson.'of the graduating ,
rf class of the High School and, for BUDDED TREES !i" + > 9
r which the Fell medal was awarded .
has been Sanded to the Valley Oa- DO YOU SUFFER the Ills of womanhood JUST RECEIVED A FULL LINE OFWhite ;tjs
sette by Prof. Evans and will appear a. so many'women do suffer Do you
tn these columns in a I lat r Issue. want to get well without the ntceMlty Islesworth Nurseries. 'li'
This essay is a IIplend Id. xTiosmon of of painful examinations embarrassing s ,
the resources and possibilities of our consultation Do you want to take a
county, and If printed 'in pamphlet remedy right Into your borne and Cureyourself cuA'SE sitCO.; PropHiETOus. J.W.: HOARD, AGENT RoseGoods.
form and widely distributed would r *
prove one of the best adyerttsements .We will have ready for'next Fall and Winter planting! general 1 rt
the county has ever sent out. Miss BENEDICTAIs .assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Trees-of all leading varie >.}
Lawson certainly. did her work well. a "Woman's Medicine." A prescription ties Our trees are budded on !good, healthy rough Lemon and -
and Mr. Fell 'Is to be congratulated of a physician who made the study of F. Sour Orange roots, guara&teed free from insects pests of any kind. !
upon the happy outcome of bistbougbtfulness .nale Diseases his specialty. It was used All budded from bearing trees In our groves and therefore true to i i
in bringing about a uyoewfully by Mm In nls practice.. It bal name. 'Our facilities for growing nursery stock are second to ,
contest,fraught with so much /goodfor been used suocesirolly by thousands of none and our trees are as fine as ml)1.eYlLnd twenty year's experience .
Osceola county. can produo". We err making a specialty this/ season of the .
__ ___ women during the many reara since. Pro.
- famous C'allfoi: nla Valeuciu Late. which Is destined to become the i r f t
Road Supervisor Oeo. W. Over- ashes greulre aselitant physicians when hare tbey-deslred also round to It a avoid ral. greatest money-maker Florida. Our V 4jncla t.ui'4, come dl- 4 Canned Fruits. Jellies. Jams Marmalades. Vegetables Tai,
street reports completion of the rut from the list b nvin., tif-es In the district now< fan VUII for producing .,
n +tlo
op.r Fish Etc.
bridge' and fills on the Lbughman road the, tost. Vulpmjlss in Californ'n. 4 .i .. tti ;y,

across this road Reedy U already Creek being swamp used, and that BCNEDICTAs Write for Prices to J. W. ,HOARD, Cotha. Fla., cr call see our Nurseries '

extensively. The building this quite road a recetable .....ed,. It Is rings from .at Waco. on.Florida. Midland R. R. t[ R. S. Floyd & Co.
roots herbs and barks known -
has been talked of for the past fifteen to possess ; ,1
properties which hare a woaderful curative
but the of
yean uncertainty the cost
I of Reed making creek a passable crossing through' .errons nd tonic.effect,_...upon., Without the female mentioning organ and the Srr_i'viV"vgr y has heretofore
swamp deterred
many-forms of female troubles tbat wom. .
the County Commissioners fromacting.
.. The suffer w.say that there Is BO trouble of this a
cost, however, was considerably ilea: tbat enee'lets will not .. C. A. CARSON: JOHN M. LEE, N. B CARSON: r I
below all estimates and Mr. Immediately .... .... .
lere,and rrsldat. Yle ld Casal.rt
ttnally cur
Overstreet feels sure that It will stand<< \ '
all right la any stage of water. The Bank NEW
BENEDICTA -4 State of Kissimmee SPRING
completion of this crossing fills a long ,
r.f fell want and forml.ooe of the' most. Is prepared carefully s.d.el.rtmcally. and :
_ important connecting links in building with the consciousness of the vesponslbiutjrf Kisaimtticc, Fla.
a good road. from'Jacksonville. to f(inn*to suffering women n remedy that 'a :_.;- .

Tampa. will not only be beneficial,but also harmless r PAID UP CAPITAL.: ..._. ,.,...,. ..... ... .* ao 000 00

t Western colonizers and develooers,' m effects of the no woman matter taking what may It, be* the condition ..TO IIHO"DB.S: LIABILITY...;... ....... BO 000 OO

having about exhausted the cheap It is sold at '1.00 per bottle.Vf DEPOSITORS! tl..TY..,......,.. ..,,.<. 100 000 00 GOODS
lands In that. section are now turning "
_ their attention. to the South -particularly Roberson's' Prompt cad Careful Attesitloa BIYCB lo'a'i* matter. e.-
to Florida, and the next. few Pharmacy, trusted to ... exchanges: good at all polsita' .t cheapest ,
year will doubtless witness the .
greatest rates. t9
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growth and development KISSIMMBB. FLA. ', -YOUR BUSINESS" SOLICITED; ., :
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State has ever experienced.. For the \ ( ), ., : : -.
past few months agents for develop .'.. \1' 11,.. "" " NOW OPEN : ... ,,.. ..f4), .

ment companies have been going THEWORLDS GREATEST SEWING MACHINE .., '.;,."'1 41.. .. ,,'' . \ ." '. I \ ,. -. _, ,'\J .';."". ,1 fl'
;1: ' the State and quietly buying up ,. t ; *' \ '..i."t C.l(' ,/, + ," "'_&' i', ;' .
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64 "
bodies '
large of land for this, purpose.and Jk'LIGHT 4. '
some of them have already*issued : "

i attractive advertising muter calling ,. Favorite Fertilizers H. C. STANFORD CO '
u attention to'our many resources andadvantage. HOME .
.. Just recently Howard '
Cole *Co.. and Leonard Hills; have ,----, -- - .
purchased a large body of land lying FOR CITRUS AND ALL OTHER CROPS. ,- ---- - -- -- -- .

partly in this county and partly In '
Orange andt her are other large deals d -0--

on are
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Calico 5c
per yd. Pictures and Picture #
't* The Editors.Appeal. Frames;: 2ly d < .
INSECTICIDES ) lit Lawn, 40 In. wide, 1W |>pr yd. l to S5o, '' +
help"t.he editor .
r .Milrlendl you Lace 5, in. wide, worth Doc, sells '
< interest In your home, ',FOR ISALE BY- 15c. Spool Thread at 4c. y Q;,.
paper or town. When your friends .

come ashamed toee of ''It iOell; him It ';" wh'o not J.. M..LEEr KISSIMMEE Casslmere Punts, worth *2.f>0, sell Ladles' Union Suits at tl.OO. : p'..

wife gives a tea' or social party your, If at l.7B Good floor Lock with two keys 20o.cKlce x. r'

you of the have recovered, from the effects AOENT FORSanders Pin Strip Pants, worth il.r.o( Hell at Suit.. Clothes worth. $14, at 11' _." r.
gossip: drop In with the news; It,00.
If you buy or sell a piece of land or ")r One"jallon Coffee' Pots go at 16e..(.. '} ( '
a house, don't think It too much / I Fertilizer-: Company Jacksonville. Fla. Jeans Pants, worth 91.7.5. tell at .
trouble send In the item; when a a IIPII7 l OB.Iy 1.25.. New Dress Goods from 15 to 6-:
baby arrives fill your Dockets with J:('
cigars and call; if you go to a .:; ,
party . You will
steal some of the good things and find Bargains in Shoes ,

leave-em with the Item in our sanctum; want elthera Vlbmtlnr ShotUe! Rotary Malsby Machinery Co.
If your wife licks you come in. let us BbuUle or'a marie Thread (CAoM&ttcAJ Every Day in. '
aee your scars and tender sympathy Sewing MaohluedrTlte to > Week. .
paper; If your: mother-In, ,
law died, don* be ashamed l about It, ., Mmmm.M +. 22 OCEAN $T. '. JAOks.QNVILLE( FLA. h
all the .. .. .... .
common place news. r .Ine machln ai.di la Mllracwdla' ol
'whatever makes you feel sad" short lone-, gwdiu but tho Mew Heave .t Portable 'and Stationary Engines, ROLLINSCOLLEGEt
r' .
some or glad, submit Out cu rmalr sever run out. Saw Mills\ ; Wood-worklnjr" Machln- :;
it to your 24- .... ay .....r.... .-..- ar1Ye Mills
f/Clara' wisdom and lee our matte 'ery Shingle Lath Mills, and ,
ISSfrJKT* JhT\ stand On end wth| .oa t1ALe ar general line of' supoiiee. Complete FLORIDA'S OLDEST COLLEGE. .!

will pour from Stanford Carson .Jiraycs Hdw. line carried In stock for Immediate College, Academy and Sehbolll of MUlllc, } JlprelBlon Fine' a'
r" every- pore like moisture from, the shipment. Sold oneuy.term.. tic and Industrial Art and nUlilnesli. Arts,"Domes- .
I dew-besprlckled earth -GainesvilleIs Co. Kissimm. Ha.Au6uAt -- -r- CIttoa"C1.( Nstl. cud third men'sdormltory' now going .'
f3tia.! . .. It will to'consult best, l.rgefacnlly; perh.4 health "onlIl1o"o; IIno gt' np; electriolighl.tSteam. and furnaes 1rr"i{ .. 'I
------ -- pay you us before gall Iluka".UM-bnn ni.l 1 hanket-ball tenmll ?fukilTki.. this Ie Cold; tennlj eourte
Calhoun 6 a/k al'k' .br11ta14 .-. ? ,..< .. j, burin Postal will" bring our sales million doll_...endowment! ""t>CII.""moolel'.bampl.o.....>' <.,'ho1l1l11"lpa"llIalll ol rear._. Nearly a quarter a. )i" ''r
county in Florida? +t e;. man. Write for Illustrated catalogueand nomlnllll'u..l; ttsndt b rCHARACTER \ Ch.I.UIU Dui D04.. '!
Seems to- u* we have aeensuon a name r .1
'when in the the list state of Florida Democratic counties executive Yet, .. M. TILLERReal ')'.ere General- Southern Asset. for CefebnUd. Ferquhmr En.ln...'BolUn and Saw Male CULTURE 'CONDUC

fcommllte. met Friday to canvass tbe Estate# ''Agency.r.NNeNNM.N.Ne.NeeeeNM. .-- Next session hE'll'; ln* CX-tober '7. For catalogues" address the President;
returns of the primary ;
ten days after the primary of. It.May had 19 to, i r xea J&rAxzsc WM._ F. BLACKMAN; Ph. D., Winter Park Fla.

proceed to tabulate the return of the 1iQldi1.; ; ,
late rote without. Calhoun's vote -no Realty.boughtand sold. Picture nuv I nu! .
returns in. However If there was an' Houses rented. I J. W. TIIOIIIPSO$ .
; election held there on the 18th. the :Taxes paid and"Titles'vgr.c I I T
\: of that county know how., lit All Kinds r
> toted they J ( for non-residents. i Frame
S "d they i $2.15 THE GOOD
ma, be satisfied with = } OLD SUMMERTIME
that.-Times-unton. ] Fire. Life and 'Accident Inf FUNERAL! DIRECTOR ; t. .made to Order, \ I i : C ,
surance.- 9 I JA.&a. 'II WHEH YOU NB8D
.Indemnity Bonds.; ,) : t
I* oftp\ tf.ourht responsible 'fe ..... .. ... .. t. Prompt attention Given to ;PORCH CHAIRS
aa mint's'' loss Itf welgbt. / or L ----_. .. .. I ,
poor health. The ,cause' .usually I ... .. 1 (N'' ''orders sent by mail or j '
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<'tbe child has worms, They get PO-l AlsoNice Line of Ladies' and.- telegraph;. i. ban em J.OOO Parch Qulnoa late
the nourishment In the food and the: etP/L.BtPILlI51'r'! t' -r sow.TIll FACTOCT 'IO.y_
baby starves,actually "atveli. White's "UtialDA' I ocl1 .'.Pile' Ointmeot -('1 sees Cents'. Burial Robes.. . .. --_-_se .__. ...: ....
nilnd.Bl"*a .ud .. :'taM s ; -
Cream illf ItoohlDIf u b .
Vermifuge I'll. orb. tia.
and expels the worms thatauun.!.li.),r. iheltrhlDiriitaoqe. ..... en ....._. I Residence. West Side", of, H,. r..ww.--l. aq: :==.:::::. :::::: :. a.. : .
nojnrlshes.the child sure and safe a Pfmll.t?? .ivrr lottaa relief. William.| | ' PHONE 78. Court Houst'iSquare.Au4uAc.aa,6t.AaAtxlb v ---.- -_sesiege
Price 25 cents. vFor, .sale by .Rober-, rile Ointment b preg.reA. for Plies wd -_. : '. ,tit hyj

on's..Pharmacy.... . ".-"" .., JI it:I.Uehh'R>waaolal'h.rmwgpsbaad/1.a/ (.t the privets: |art' K.,'"M anlf. by the ....,tat.etxetxee'ret.A.Ar.etcrAt.. --leeilstY .. recs8. ...;J j FLORIDA. CHAIR FACIORY'r& "'
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I Supplement-The Klssltttmee Valley Gazette, June 5I9O8.ArtifidaHrrlgaUon. .



The experiments that bar been nj ".
carried on1' for some time In this'
'count as to ftrtlflcal Irrigation. seem
to have proven MI unqualified success. JacksonvilleJUNE
4 As It II known the Irrigation la : '
done from ft central pump the water '
being forced through pipes to the upright REAL ESTATE

;, distributing or spray pipes. 15
During UM past winter several of
these plants have been
t daring the. lone drouth -with whiand VIA
ibis section baa suffered they have KISSIMMEB, FLORIDA :

t proven bless unqualified success and ATLANTIC 'COAST LINERate

The plan of elevating the spray v .ROGERS' LIVERWORT .
points so that the Irrigation could be
done In a manner similar to TAM AND OANOHALAOUA
has shown that the method is raID-'all,2 ft rood For the _...... euro of Coofha.' OoMs, from Kissitnmee $3.
.cIa..1III4 BroochltU ami all LnncaoraplalaU ,
one and that many crops that would tending to_plio.. Unrwort, Tar ana -
bare otherwise perished for want of Wild Cherrr. have for agoi nutntalnoa aaoatabHabod p - -

water be could 'bj saved and even, could ,It repotatton oontalBt no at optnnt. andard or harmful oovrhtomodr. Tickets. on sale fer any Regular Train:June- 15, with final limit up. to
made to produce more abundantlythan drag,can be elves with tafetr eo child...
where the wetting. down la done P H..,._ sold cal)117 O..eoI.........,. and including June 18. .
by the natural method. ,
These also be''used to
j prevent by frost", although J M. WIJLLSON,JR..' .
'last winter offered no opportunity to .
prove their exaoteffloaoy as prot.eot.ora,1ro1D PUBLIC. )' For rates, : ,'reservations or Information, ca'l1"on'nearest: Atlftntlo Coast Li1is' ,to.
frost., ,- t __ Agent', or I. ,
The drawback to tbe scheme Is the l STATE AT LARGE J J., W. CARR T. P. A.- J. O. KIRKLAND, D.P.A.'
,initial expense of Installing the plant I Real Estate Agent. ., TAMPA. ,FIXR1DA.) ,
but one crop saved will often pay the. T., C. WHITE. O.. 'P.,,. , W. J. CRAIG. P, T. M.
The development. of this Irrigation '
A scheme would be watched with Interest. S.j

by alla-roW8I' New Record. A. VANS AGNEW,.
p S
C. A. CARSON Prletdeel.A .' ,W. C. allY All.Secretary.Waters ..

Buy a Kodak, I ATTORNEY AT LAW.......,.. I \ :aJE,,: ::' It
I 1-
t The Osoeola Pbarme v has secured I TND NOAARY PUBLIC, ,|
the local agency for the famous E....-
:nan Kodaks and now -'bare them In KISSIMMEB, FL": & Carson Grocery Co.
stock ranging In prices from S2 to 112.
'Buy one and make your own pictures.
wr . .
DR. E.. F AKERS ; i
Dr. J. W. Simpson ..received a tole-' gRtBS ;
Tam on Monday conveying the tidings that his titter, Mrs. H. 'O. DENTIST oC
Duncan, of Tayarea, had given, birth d .1
to a daughter. omce over Orlando Bank and 'Trdal : ,
Co. Phone tS. v COURTT AOBMTS' .roll .

An Ordinance. Crown_ Bridge- Specialty.and Porcelean work' a. 'II > Y I t Celebrated Fertilizers 1 CRATESGRAIN

,AN OJtDlNANCil Amdine........1 mad t .1 'NOTE-Those desiring 'my aerrloet' "
.. I fit UMBorSjedt o..unIT -. should make arraogmeots in, ad'Vance J-_ ,-:-1. ETC.

TOWN or KBsnauB crrri.BeeMeai. I ORLANDO, FLA. ,7i) K7 P.ra1.1.W er A1ptle.tMS..
That ffinline 1 at< nllaa i.1.*1M .
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II-L It..... tn the<.lf .* till ..rilnl. IT DR LESLIE W. WEEDDN E'IDE'S'' 'P U R'' SW Q Q 3L
Pollen.meere to d Are ar aser to b. drives eo a ,
ourf wtthta tile__.........e.w __ Specialist-Eye, Ear
s MK.......... *->ae teat sere to tw held. at : CousitrvProQuce.: : .
: : : a. ep'ec1.'a.: ,
wear....of ar__ of tile roe9for Nose and Throat..,,.. .' r
at....eve..... if........ that time er ataQ .: ,. ;t.,." ':'" ,
ttte before Oak as .........,... prodded.tIM ' '. ;" ',..:,... : ,"" ,,' ... ---- ----------------------- ;,,..." :,
ewaor or owners .r Week ....... _lie for 1M ; ..
,__It or they shall to him or the Prlva.te':iHosoital.;' :American Na-. .
, on w Payment of a for esak ....... an .... '
1 tionalBank Building, Tampa
sad tile farther ssm of MUr per hood for each :
r < rfnu>tiaMl part tfcmufdvriiw which wkBoatteS. Florida.. The Breakers by' the Sea..
'........r...a-Je..or am......Sa payment adu ; '
tWe exposer for tatl.gz feeding sad........far_bsabad .
t ..... oonff..dt r-w.I.' thattkm SEABREEZE. FLA. agate "all be Jr '
10 wIt meted of 60 art N '-d.' _Will be opened,,' June 1" under- the management, of I.. ,M.
{ TbMSMttai Get OrdliMaef I of tbo W. I* WINN, MABBE;TTE. ,
........rnll... niilrt iiaiailil it mi to nod. as
fon.w"Se. PBT IOIAJ AND mvmamott.JJB. The house wlll'be conducted oa a higher 'plane than ever before, .
thoroughly renovated and refurnished. .Rooms single or ensulte, '
: L. It.ft.r Eve dQ8.. __ er .wanelan __ with or without private baths... Fine fishing and the best surf bathing "-
M. S---aa
_.OWN mob mind a'-I4 Ann a..r..oa '
so in the world.
lie....>iU.iiby.tni host three ....... bfh 1M ---=-. ....... ,

nli.l for i eve des.and..... .nM!.frost atbidder << Sea Food a Speclt lty. A. Trial Solicited.. ""
k UM tow peens*o the hl.hrt 'ft* .Mh| J. W. SIMPSON
[ :. Pievld d, -....-.that should..eb adnsl. b.e a Rates 1.00 pea day and upward, according to.location of rooms 4
how. ..... or s o.MU sdrestls..t share. toeommanee'
an the des toOowtms tile ......... Oil< DENTIST.Upstairs mar e1m..tor I .'
on" or go" Out Of UMhMVOMdS 0< "
an,-......... faaOQVTVtdMaine1 as In Rats Building. ri ---
-- ,caDrvpr 'P 'Vr rV'Vr' oiR rVsN -rii ri/r i/lr
hell bo paid b.. tho tow tnuanribahuM tIM I m. to 12 m.
.tf_to w owner It bo appear wnhfstheb OrnoB. HOURS J 11:30 to 5:30_ IDe
'-"after....and!. tIM swat that bow Telephone No. 78 Jun 6. Irr, PHpNE.NO. 8.G. .
,; .... .*appear wBUa dole U.sad his IdMtlty: .
tJJe amt df..o. +..AI...than w satin pro..d. shall i
4 bo paw Into tho tows troaMnT.Bacthm . W: Griffin 1]
.. All.-..-.. or tart .......laooniUet F. K IBBS, ,
herewith....and thothte -srs bobo ... %
...w. ... ATTO N Y-AT-tAW. .' t.. ,.
P..d is op.a Wes ... nth day of Ifay. A. '"
'Office in the Court: Hou.e-K1a-:: JFancy i Family Groceries ..,
w.J.E=ARS.i . = ., .,
i Asdae President. fit CaaMII' <,.<. Tows of< rmlmD.1908. \ .almm e. 'Florida., ;"

.:11&I ...., With whom will be associated In the t Fresh 'Meats. ., .' "j'
Cleric of<<8oU _
J.R.anVBKRT. trial. of oauaes'\be law firm. of '
.F Aopr v.d bp, r of,Mayo A. DI Massey &: arlow of't : Delivery Every;Day at any U ur. Patronage Solicited.I [ .
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'MO* ; T.M.HORPHY.: ' ,-' .
: Orlando rAiAs, dc caAc- -- "ALWO10Ia___
T maimed taoltewaof City. r C kAc, A adc ass of
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i KtesHMMe GizctteTBLKPHONI Itflaa\ ; ]FloMHMB) Dano haa .r.Md; :"Jdra.'Cartwrlght" of Bartow has been; ...,.. .. '

Valley from her vacation) .and 'to" afaJn on apeodiag the""week. wltob, Miss Jesus 'The Store "

duty at "central." During' Miss 4Jardner., Home .' .NOTjgB.: ;

"''O.:It.. Dann's absence Mia Jefferson. hat Jfo- + !
bean '" Stove wood delivered $n' town at We oeeb1' given Nat&fPt-* ** tJ'!',..
looking after her duties. .. are now the Sol Agent for ep* nay tbe amount dn. .*# .
.. 1.00. per strand- : 1IP,ib aryWl: ailreriMnc, ... ,... _ya
? this will be
In the ahsenoe of n. territory 'orTHJlItJSIIITH& at tea asSaoo-T .el11.7j-.y. !o A, wj
fUBLlSHEDUEVERY FRIDAY A. L. Wood? .18-tf KUBlMMTJt ]LrrMBRB CO, KI"'lbtQ".I'Y.lotb.' itoiuty 01,Oactola Not bridetasllhdlerA I .et
who will .
ward preach at Fort Myerson '
,;:t -BIT-, Sunday, Rev. J.V.. Austin of Mrs. P. W. Daniel and little daughter Tb always-visible writing machine.

W.l.. !! ., Maltland.. will preach! the Method- of Bartow are jr tailing the familyof Sold for each or on tlTie. :
H.A..III. lit church hare. Dr. AI. J1 Hicks. H I Tall LbDDrat-CAMPBELL. SMITH Pianos : DEaCKIPTION OF ]illlIIIr"I I J QWNi 11 '

and Organ, also Columbia
Mr Clarence Griffin of the' East
:OFFICIAL.: W.ATM.* RBPORT. Misses Evah and Myrtle McCallitter Graphophones Records. For' w

for and brother Lawrence of Klsstmmee Coast Railway has. been yUltlng' his cash or on instalment K': !otu.if. .. . ......,.. .. .... ,. .. 2.'Iot l4e ...
.N' ..
Imewe week endlns u brother C. W. Griffin this week. .. pNwohLi.Iwloilaoflowj"
her . .atvg9R
tanigerstnre anent Saturday inourcltv with friend THE inii :u. .. 'X'i .
.1.0. t nrxnoRUN KEROSENE MANTLE . l. ,
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and spent Sunday' at Weklwa Springs, Madkoi.Del Antonio entertained her, L.uo.--Tbe- only kerosene lamp us Nwl4 01 bw} '.,'..'/......'r,..f......... .... a; i:. .,. ..1..1.1...... YI :Ii ...\...."..+....,.. I'..
F I r'a. IZ4s. returning home today.-OrUnUO lie music class and a. few friends at the ing mantle. 110 candle ptwer: 6 Nw4of' awy... ;...,4,.;,... ..,,4 :/lie 6N 40 'hD ae k It's. .. 4 i
All. .... .. ..., . .. ... .. .
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porter-Stars Park Hotel Wednesday night. AD Interesting hour for' 1 cent Guaranteed non AU. ..... . .. .. .. ............ ..ra.. ...... io H7n a4e ace/ ... 8
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; - Our spring book of sample' for program of muslo and recitations explosive.We All. ... ... .................. .... ITS tie M1 nnlrr..LandCCOo, .."......... ,.
....:.. 11 I was rendered and delightful would be All . .. ..... .. .. . ...".....,:... .. .. .i f': 111. ... $40 Co. . ..s
men made to mea.ilre'aarment. is pleased to have call ... .. .. .. t
you All. . ....... ..... ... .. 2 17. .34. : .
:.:::: ::: r: replete with. all the new things, come refre.bment.l.Jere' served. on u* and see what we have. All. ,. ..,... ... ............., .. .. .24 UTS 1M. Set 6tU Plree"I Co"\a. .. ..,.. e* I I I' I II ,

.....: t III ia LoJwed.e.dar early. and get a good selection. Miss Julia Humphrey, who has NO TROUBLE SHOWGOOD3." All.' ..... ..,..... .... .. ... !M fir Meivia Ml .,.,..plret.ndCo..lrS.r 1 I ( t' 1N
III 14 onw14. . ... .. .., ..,... 81 :t* ..0DO. ThinnpiMni Jneum .. HI
ST fill 1Tbvndq. KATC'R.I I liNn stopping at the Park Hotel for the w\i of HeU 'IMS nw'.. .. t < >
,lid 71 ..1N'aA'Mt'tf'SN'Vl Fred. past several months leave today for 21w3of.w otae.. ... .....,...". woe '1I 10 .JobD.I.oJ.. . ; .. t ,
W. Stalker, o' the Valley i tier old homE In South Carolina to I Political Speech. Nw4yolew" .. ..,...... ... ..... ......... 1(1 aus tits '40 hawIJIIr.... ......1.. ,1 li''
Gazette force left Wednesday. nightto ltwj.of.. . .... . .... .. ... -VI' .':'Was Me03ti: NI ..iMArnnhltolller .. ...... .
spend a vacation of ,several week I I spend the summer She expect to. return ' 'n.,. J. W. Blghara, formerly Presiding N TV vi ...TV.*>. of i..c.:,:. I'. IIUe Ml V E...... ... ..f a,' *r.. ,
less iIf'oi iwH'also, ,
In Arkansas. During his abitence. \ to Klsslmme next fall. / Elder for this district and who lwy { IMSeeror be( .'
of a.', or swu end ran i iy ,
Mr. 8. J. Triplet is In( charge of .our At his place on Cypress Island I* an ardent advocate of prohibition
mechanical. department. ,r'l. P. Hansen ha probably the hnest will advocate the cause of prohi aim. bog \ ....lIa .
s:tlO FI55 w" 200 yds .:2A1yde a 2Je rd.. 21. ak << 107KM, ChaudlerA M ee ., .. ... '
(teach tree in Florida. At the smallest bition a. applied to the issues of the tRoberta t SO
Lot n .
|i THE LOCAL FIELD.VVade J W -Oftod celery, and, truck. portion of the trunk below the present campaign, at the court house. sw"iofnw14..Addenonli .tub dly..-_of. IIt: ,,831ISe 'J',. Reddln. ......... ,t
grower irrigated acres of land ' I it measure Al Inches in on Wednesday. night June 10th. JW8.Air. Leta :lJI and ulI Hrnrjr Addenon'e. '1Iub'. .

t.led'and\ on Paradise Is- circumference, and the top, which Is Blgham 1 I. conslaerded! dl.ofnw5of swyj ... .. ,.. ........:.... 211. .574. sae 2'!' 611'-p"'V.. .. ....,.., 41
an unutually -
land. For I' .: ... ..i.: 1ft to14' a.. NI M. . .
Vans .
term apply to F. Do-W ... 16A
in full proportion to the trunk is} fine subjects Au.01river. . ........ -
speaker on such ... .. ... I 114 frail ItJO' Kmplre!Jjindo ... ... 671.
Agnew 20-tt loaded this with fruit of large roil may expect something rich All e of river,.. ..... .......... .. . .. 14 s7a XHeitie 11'10 Kmptr.L.sdCo. .. ... ... a
year a All enf river .. ...... .. .. .......... . .. :24 117. : ) Emol..I.aDdCo . .
: the Tuner, Orlando Dr. Goldstein.was In our city this and luscious variety. rare and racy. fI.-.oflOO- ..,...\.. .... ............ s 2a -De 4U "MullivenWII' .... I a"Ol1M
logersoll, Midget watches 9:2.00 at week, and will return. Watch next Go to Klsslmmee Drug Oo.i and get He will discus the issues between 1'o'a.!. .DdD.ofae week' Issue for his date. If your Jno. N, C. Stockton and Albert W. 1.>11'.. .. .....u..... ..... We flOe Alt NnIItvanWH, .. . ...
.Kate's. tome delicious Schrafft. chocolates. Me14 claw14ofsaI( ,.. 81'l... fps .10 Unknown .
eyes need attention. consult him, a* he candidate" for governor IDa ( :.:. r.r..... '"'''''' M
They have a contract with manufacturera R'adswyofuWJ4ofes! ,.. m W. noe4lie 4 Simmons W ,. . .... 104IT
Boy *ult> at Cash Ttore ,,11 reliable. Eye examined free, for fresh !goods shipped direct real live way.Remember Itwaf* nwl(..;,. ... ............ .. */ \V* 44> nlllvan Oil.l.... .. .. .
!Office at (The Inn.) the place and tlune. Nsiof' ie feM beg'at ne eer ofseol' .
from factory.. This contract requiresall lie" I 7
Mrs. W J. Waring returned to herhome'at ofaetanalruns w210Ii5215fte: '
Lakeland Tuesda '. Mr. H. M. Pfann. a prominent landowner old goods to be shipped back to Place-courthouse, time-Wednesday 210't' nlilvtt .. .,.. ..............x. .. n V\*. SOeXOe III Unke.wabt.. .... ... 104 .
\ In Oiceola and I factory and new goods out. .June 10th, 1908 at 8 p. in. 8..'( l..'(..M ....... ... .. ... 3JHO 116I 40 Hlmmone Andre*!3>,...<. (
coun hipped _Ad.erll'wrafutLaundry. All eof river.._tlew*joeel.. ,. .. is.,1S.
8M We 200 Land
pct''el1nlr.( for rent; apply to M. ties was at the court house the tlrst j No stale. goods are to be offered for- nwti Of*w'i IPM beg 'w' cot runs a 140 Empire O>-.h

Tl1l r.. of the w flk. Mr. Pfann 11 now out ale. :20-tf A.etlevdss140ydsw20'd.y! \ 2M. 4te at Willis ItE.. .. .. ..,
NUolnwUelne'i! ... ...'.. ...... 1W 2N"" ....
:lite M .nklln Frank. ..:
Born, to "Mr.. and Mrs. D. K. Floyd of the mill business, but he believes The Board of OD Thursday May 28th daughter.. In timbered land and Is not putting era passed a resolutlo/i. last Monday laundry I Ie now-at the Horhe Ne"'o' n",\. ... .. . .\ 17 :gaNe'nol.w3 :lite 40 Mr P B... ....
his !\ ..... ..,. . II 27.lie! 40 ....
any price on holding Just now. requiring' all bill to be filed with Storel 04U\
For Dlcc1ell. Shanlbarger, Orlando. . Wise man.-DeSoto County News.. the Clerk bv noon on Saturday proceeding and If you wish to have the bo) Nfyofnwy" letsb.u' i.i.irh.eojnwttoirunee5ch.u0chswtohenluehs.. 9, :$ 2u 40 1S.mTAY..,.:..... .. .
lift and "
on you weekly just ring up ,
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1 State Attorney 11. 8, :Phillips and .,: the IIr.t' Monday* la each you will be put on our list.\ and. calledon E'!.01 lotSlueiaatrlp. K ft wide offe. 12 1611._ .9se 74 Tlner FII ...,.. .... .IM' ,

Born on Wedne.d.lIn/ 2nd, to wife of Tampa pent MondaY and month otherwise' the bill to lie over weekly. The work I 18 all done inan end lo lot 4 lean 15 sores In nw' coop. '

Mr. and Mr*. A. C. Chapman, adaughter. Tuesday here the guests of Col. J. L. till next regular meeting.. This action efficient manner, and at Tampa owned, by Mies Minnie "_I.,. and s '.
I wa made In order toI'Ie 'nuacrealn" .'" cor owned by Mabel L,
Moon and family Mr... Phillips delivered necessary price' .. Rllla) awl I aoreennaretnstoorowned. '" i "
the Clerk time in which to
the literary address get l Mm"' NO
Cut before the >v Oliver end 140 yd "
) prices on woolen' goods at Stan graduating class of the High School his vouchers in proper"shape to be iuuvuvr......... ......,.........square... .. ,,_ 1Jla KM: 3Me .0 WDi1.RE..s .j'at:
,tq d Co. ? acted on by the Board.,. An Lot 48 yds wide' oft 0 aide . ., .
on Monday night delivering one of of said lot .. ... .... .
: 2. 2IIe \C8 Baas Morgan. J .... .. \ .
oj.oRon. rat ,
C. A. Carson has returned the most eloquent dlacources on education Messr ONeal".nd Mllararen>- Beg ne oor of nwik! nf nwU'rnns'n; 140 *

from avis"rt" to Lake City and Jack ever heard here. relent.lnathe' Board .of Comimlsslon- AN OKDINANCB!: KcjwUting' the RimnlofAutomobile or yds' w 440 yds n 140 yd*e 440?d. ...... 24 Vm :J>io : Brewster' EW. .. .. ... .., S*
.011 t l1Ie. i ers of Polk county, were here' Monday *or Motor V.*tolm on the Streets w ft of < of and S acre*In. sw oor UKn
-- Wanted.-To buy an orange; grove' or Alleys Within the Town. of"Joflw\'ol..."(..... ., .. . .. 24- JMe R.nlponTilts..,. 'iW-'
and the local.
before KMee
Eastman Kodaks and appeared {( "of nwU .. .. ... I MOhO .,,.... .
supplies at MeNeliL. .
and truck farm combined on time Board in the interest of a proposedsteel BE IT ORDAINED I1T THE COUNCIL Of El4 Of'W ... .. .. .. .. .. .... ...... $ it7e ...... J'...
Osceola Pharmacy. all fruit and produce made on the TUB TOWN OF KIHalMUKK CITY . it 25.- 27e ".XCI. .. jjfjl "
bridge across the Klsstmmee =: :l : :, : ': ':.: .:::: IIM, I
place l to be applied la PA y Ing. for the Bootlon I. No shall <'1rive or !( : We 270 PetteweyNavallgnseo '
Viola person operate
Miss Ad'erhold,, returned Wednesday River at Gardner, to be built Jointlyby Nw . .. ... . 2real : Wh.n L........ k
from a visit to friends in place till paid for in full. I am an the two counties. Pending Investigation an automobile vehicle propelled' by an;) Ne .'. .. ......... .... 29L5.. 1. Peltew.NaralSroreeoo.

Jacksonville honest hard'working white man. action on this matter was power ether Ibau muscular ilbwer upon soy; 1:' of..' .r. .. .., .. .... .... .... R1. 2. 4 .. .. .' i
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Address E. Lee, H. F." D. No. 2, box deferred:! till the next '1 of the street or alloy In the Town at a rate of speed 1''.01 ,I, . .." ...".". 8 2 2..n.l .Nol." J'A"..... ... f .
greeting' '*.. .. .. .. ... .... ..r
-The Fay Stocking for' children and /54. Tampa Fla. 23-4t Board. "reatertbsn 8 miles per. hour, and upon ap- 8)foJ.N.un.> ; ) o'n".D4D..of' ) 8 V .eHe'I. ..... ..,.. ,.' t .
ladles at Stanford Co. The.School Board made the following Mr.\ Joe D Dotson and family pioacbln any share curve, bridge, nil, or Intereectlon nwWof M>U ,. ...' .. .. fit Z 27e 1 Rad.yT . .......... 1 *4IM
.IAblkIIC.mpw"CI' J 2$. Lewis B' ,' .... ..
Captain Eugene Bryan of tbe State appointments' of teachers for who have been mending the past or croeetas of other streets Goo alley. a .we ni'of '.,

.:University, 1* at home' to spend yatLtion. county schools at the regular session several months here, guests' at Mrs .the pemon. driving or operating .uch ...hlol..han .. neli bi ne>.{ o Jo lorao'.mabll city. ... tl' fte ,* (trleklandAJ .. ...q. 104,,
not mn the same el a rat of peed exceedlns 1
of the Board last Tuesday) No. 4, Morrison's boarding house, left NARCOOB8EE.

6 or 6 doses of "600" will cure MIssTempleton: No. 0, Miss MattiePre.t Wednesday night, for Bradentown, ]4 mllee per hour, and Shall at all times S I"I. ... ..,.,. .. .. '..M.. 90 -1 Thorns Had Cvaas B. 't'
any .
Miss while on !lh..t'ee4s or alleys of the Town have PARi15 It
No. 7 LUlie'Dale No where Mr. Dotson ha HBNDON
case of Chills and Fever Cold La. ; ; purchased a .
grippe. or 10, Miss Carrie Tlson; No. 42, Prof. fine residence property which they such.vehicle. under perfect control.8m. IXH48. ..i.. . ...,,,.,*.,,1r fr,,".,',,,.' t JOe :'tie ... Brown HT..'. ,....,... ,,.5aAt
Chas. P. .. > snenmolnrveblcleeballwblli "1
Belknap: will occupy. a home. Mr. and
Miss Vivian Lee has returned home Mrs Dotson are excellent people"and In ue on a street or a'lr' be equipped with asulub'e ice blk 21. .. .. RUNTlbE, / 's . Kwarts /..... ......
rom Wesleyan Female College to CapU O. P, T>,er. Command ante of : bell. born Clr wblMIe to be need AI..nd.1Io n WISItIblkr9.\ .."o. ....rr..t . .... WurtT ., ..- ... .
It had been hoped would decideto .
they +
.,. ....... ..' ... .. Wart TJ .L...
spend vacation. the V S. Navy yard ..t. Charleston become permanent residents of ......-. with two lamps which shall be Lbtbik.,..,.,:;;t'.t.: :; :' .r.:: ,. ,::;;., ;.:.. ... .... ...".' ....

6' 8. O., came down Saturday night and{ Klsslmmee. lighted between sunset and sunrise when in Lot.'b.k76..I". ...... .. .H' !....,... ... .... ....I.. .. prootwgAYKmoi'itir.I. ? -
ft doses of 600" will ,1"
or cure any t spent Sunday with, his friends, 'the nte*,and I ouch motor reM eIe shall b* driven SASS'ADDITION. :. i
case of Chill- and Fever Cold or La Messrs. Van Agnew on Paradise We understand. thatMr. J. W, Prentis or operated with, an open exhauittmt shall\ be E jivujk"....' .. .;. ,....reps.' .. ... o .. ... HadJ.'IIa&, .

,gtidpe.J Island.. Capt. Dyer who Is a relative has secured rights. for the the agency new Fellboelln and soleselling equipped with' soluble muffler .LoiS i8hoem.ker'iuedlvofblkQL.S' '.,' ....... .....' '.'.... ,.!.i.!.I. H.SSy 8 H.... ...'.''.. ,.... I"

H. Reddltt ha moved his of Mr*. E. N. Fell will, tn a 8 *'3. Upon approaeblni a person walklac All blk 13 ..... . ,,. .. '. . . RhlverLB........ ..... '.5LY.
jewelry Lamp the only kerosene' lamp ,that Blom2and/lilkH... ...: ......: .. ... .: '
)14)re to the vacant building next to short time, be promoted. to the rank burns a mantle and will give 110 In the roadwiy of any street or alley,or a hone . .< Iu '... Lewis VO. ...,,. ......, s.

1, 7.; :::M. Wlllion. Jr'. office of admiral. candlepower at accost;. of. one cent or olber draft''a animal bets*ridden,Jed or driven Lotlblk. .. .. ...s......,....SURS'... .... ADDITJO.,.... ...: ... 'At.rbIIW..t .

A beautiful assortment of the new On last Monday at tbexxjurt house, for six hours light, .The cheapest thereon motor vehicle person shall driving or opereUns snob:- SOUTH FLORIDA. ., n CO. 8RVD.
ample signs or eats "
the turpentine farm and the, entire lamp In existence. He hold thisagency Beg uiort t blk _
Filet er l
laces Valenciennes .
eto. at
Cluny .1
IDS of lie approach and thsll nee every reasonable de. *
It .
a U .
holding of Carroll A Potter was sold for Manatee Polk Oaoeola; .4 .t '
KATZ'S. a.'Majtr'sSale by G.'F.'Kl'lbb..E.q'fa Orange! Lake and Volusla counties,. 'precaution to 'D'D.. the aafetr of such fte47dcge71ft. "......, ..... .1.. "f. .... .. BaragsBpi.......... fee .
Prof. W., W. Frost of DeLand. person or animal, and In the case of hones ADMTIOM.LottMkO. :
toMr and sales PATtC'
Master in
tlnJlo C. D. ,
Carroll wl1lllu.b
will preach at the Christian church surviving partner, ,for the sum of tory. A large supply 't>f these t.hla.terrl.Tampa other draft. anlmale,'to' prevent<.h'tlbteDI.C..the .. .. ..... .... :..,.... .. .. '.X;. ...... .... B.1 BF................. ,tit

next: Sunday morning; and evening' $9,000. This sale wa made I* expected Mondays-end those wishing same. U.Pl0.LT&D ," ,
necessaryto .Bee. 4. Any: peart d'rl vine or-operating, X.Solsal' ........... .. .? GrahamJssA.r 104,
6 or 8 dost
of Chill and Fever Cold La who died come time ago.Henry visiting. Home Store Monday and Shall it request. onus signal n 210 I w me n.210 It.?. .....,I... .1 .>tta '29e I oDO'ar,... ....
oc Tuesday evening of next week from by putting op the! 'head from a person rid' oor ewM of nwU ) t "

Jppe ..... ; = Moon left .Wednesday. 'for 7 to 9:30o'clpck. It will pay you, to log.'iesding or driving a restive. bores or bonesor o.onao'I" 0 l
Clint Bat 'and family left Wednesday Atlanta, where be has accepted see this lamp. whether use oil or other draft animals, brine each motor vebl- WB. J'.JIIEK ,

.for Glen wood, Col.', where position with his brother in .1 you ole Immediately: to estop.and If travelling .. Lot| blk 20 x... .... ... . .. T ....... ... . .. .. .... Fuller.. ." :. ' r

they will make their future borne. factory of the American Can Co. not.The thfc opposite) direction. ,shall remain. stationary ; .

Henry a. bright boy having j just big ditch which drains the cypress sojtenir\ as met be reeeonable to allow such C. 1.. BANDY:.,. : .
Subscription for t.he'Atl.DR graduated with honors from the Os- swamp in the western portion of bom or animal to and, -travelling In .
.r f "
i Journal{ dallr or semt-weekly, taken oeola High School and we predict for town, having been neglected for some tle! same direction,. shall nee THkeonable pre- '1:. j' tt k;;.. Tax, Collector, OsceoteOSTOTICE ;C J !Y.R' 4 .

at this of ice. > , him a career; years, haa become clogged and filled e. ( Ion In theresfter peering each hone or s... ,

_ Prof. R. M. Evan leave today for up in place., and as a consequence /toot i provided, that In tags" snob bores or snl- .v.,. . =. '
Dr T. M. River I I. having the old the drainage' in that section is now '.,' .
Oxford Oa.. to attend commencement Gardner building mal appears to be badly. frightened or the per '" I 1 il.t 0
oo Broadway very Imperfect. This matter: having : :
mi. ]c'AOry.... College-his. Alma Mater.t which he purchased some time ago, been brought to the attention of the s.doperatingsuch motor vehicle requestedso .' : !. ': 4., ; .
to lo,4 oct nball the
person motor ofsuohveblole
tfse Plank's Chill Tonic. ,Guaran torn .away and rtll'tlave.! erected in City Council, It wa decided at the last .
teed. Price ,25' cents. Sold alldruggists. its stead a two story brio building meeting to have the ditch thoroughly to cease conning so bog as maybe L Nouee Is hereby gives that I(b I follawina-deaerlbed lands Will be _1 a puUle en the' .

.. ulIT-8 by 7xSO feet. The lower story Swill be worked, over'and-*,deepened .,where ne- reaennably oeovsnery to- prevent .e.kI"Iaad U d July. A. D. ll!. r.t the Tows 111 City la the e 0
late ef will
Ineurs the safety of earv pay the rented as a store room and the D. Hot has been others .,1, u. b _
upper Betsarv. undo put In bereM set oppoelM W the same . sat.sad adv.rtiMnw.
Mis Mary Louise and Willie story will be divided ioto neat offices barge of the work; and began with a 1'!'O-II. lao .e of accident. a pesos of wt .. .

Maklnson: have returned borne from nsuite of which the doctor willoccupy property ou the streets or alleys due to the op- '
one force of hands this morning at tbe '
college to spend the summer vacation.If himself. mouth ot the ditch where it empties In- cntloa thereon of soy motor "vehicle the pvron ..- NAME J. DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY. I Tea.Taaand. ... ,I ,
driving or operating same shall Immediately
you'need anything In Winter Capt.,. R.G. Canova conductor to the lake and will work round : ,.. ;
Oiltbe stop and, of a tutored Row Addkloa, s
Good you ave from 25' ,to CO percent Sugar Belt and Midland railways, trough North Klslmmee to where of upon absll person U.k_.:...:,it .. ..,. Lctatand4l B.k :.... ..... .............:.. ,1 : 1. .
Stanford the :ditch intersects with the Midland or any: person present, give each per.sou Unknsw..J. "... '. Bbeb ..... .... ..... . ; ...,. I' .
4 'Cq. ha secured a month's leave of 'allroad. The cleaning out and deepnlng his name and addreee. and If be be!hot the VDI_.. '"J' .L14.IBlkl.I. ..... .. ., .:: i.r.::.. .:... I' 16 6

Rev. A. L., Woodward and Sir absence and will leave with his family owner the name and addraes such owner. DL IL Base '
of this drain will make .
available 8'
Jno. M Lee went ,down to Arcadia today; for Green Cove Springs, where many acre of the finest trucking. __ 6 AnyvloUtlonof .D1'ol'h.provtsloDe D, gander- *.n.., *.8..11.. 0. ". .0... ..d JI 1.10 r
this the Method d>.. Canova and the children will ol this Onllnanosrshsll be Bboemaker'a QL Bean Addition, .
week attend penlah.d'by..Sue
to lands to be found anywhere Several HHadUr... ., ,. LoUtend .0 Bil .0.. .. ...
top>> with relatives while the Captainwill ids : 411 4 r
District Conference. of nut than 10 dollars or Imprisonment .
continue his journey farther north parties owning land along the ditch A. DtxxirM'a bdlvleloa of Block Bees Addition. '
"Sueslne silks" extensively iyertlsed have agreed to contribute to the ex.penl. (or not 1 lew than :X d.".. ., MambWhttltsld ....,-.. I .. .. '. 81 ...,. ;41 .M
tn all the so leading periodical -< other visiting'places Washington of Interest., D. C, and. of-the work. f 'use. 7.herewith All OrdlO.IICI..OI be, and the pans same are thereof, hereby; Inooulllct ileWhltOeld .te. L .2 'v'.. ",.r.:.,..' ....'r'.. .. ..J..<*.... 41 M y <

on' -sale tft Kali's. .' The Valley Gazette Is In receiPt., of A Small fire. repealed..ta. WODrVnrebtceepMneHadtoy ,. N All*of*ef Block B'-i' dM1ok...I:,: ."&,.l.c) ,.,. ....."/ 20 '2 I r "
Mr. K, L. Kinney a large trucker .0 Invitation. to the annual commencement of Lakfland, wa here this week lookfog of_the Maryland Medical Col. On Wednesday evening about Yo'clockan A. D. M0 T. W. ELLIS,' Clark CI.. ... ,. E:..r lack UL .. ... .. .............:.... ',
Mr. Van Preellealtdfiuuncllot TOWI& ., .....h. . ............, .
over Frank: Agnew'sIrrigated legs, which was held alarm of tore wa ,sounded, ofK.slmmeecity. RubloJ. 'WJoBIC. ... ... . .. ,. .al .
farm on. Paradise. Island. 2nd. Mr. J. V. MoCurry,. formerly! when 'I''W. Ellls's- barn in the LB8h.1 yj', .a .. .. ...IIII..H.. .'. ,::..0..1.\,.............. '81 11 U55

of Klsslmrnee graduated at this Institution O'Neal and Osburn addition, was Attest: ..y. I. 'B.kl..J.: .... '.1
Mr. James Carson returned home To", .. ... 8 and g a . ,t.r ; !
this year, and Is now a full found to be in flames. The buildingwas J'K. O. .8KIt1', Clerk of said Erli. ... . .1
-from Stetson University where h.i. .................;.,...' 57* ;
M. D. Here a two one and the Eoriginated re Approved byres title nil day of Jane, A, pIKM. .. .. .111.0. .. 8 '
has been taking' a law courselast fledged wishing you Ton rt. n.... .... .jJ.t 'f 8 7* .
upstairs t.1.1
: Sunday. uoce** M ac, wbere Mr. Ellis "T.URt'BY.. Unknown ,. I:8Uo . ..,.1.. ..'... \....... 1 e S .
upon moving the Inn, had stored rigor of lb. Town of KiMlmmee' ell,. R. B. P. Drcovhfs Addlttos.John t,

Mr J'. M. Wlllson. Jr., has .a pet Mrs.. D. G..Wagner and two bright all his household and kitchen fur- h. __ Anderson.' Lot 8 Block Oi., t... *. ....t...,........" ..;".. '. 540EDPlummer
little daughters Maude Alice and AII.fUbkL..y. : U
which t.1
i ,whooping crane, he has had niture. ..Nothing. of consequence was .r. .

1'' lot fourteen year, and which laid .. of Sanford are spending, tbe raved and Mr. Ellis' loss will be $4 F0' Ink Mown, ,. V 1....Addition, . r.. '.,;...Z.., .,' 062A.. .
her Mat egg last. week. week with Mr*. Wagner father, Col. considerable. He had no Insurance f 4LLYer ...EtllklverBarney .. Lot5ehrek, .. .. .. ..{.1...:.:.,.a.. ..' .
H. S. Todd, The elder of on the building' but we understand :RRTsf,&< Tborapeon.JW Lot 4 Block II .. s-'. .. .. .. ......." 'IM J7O ,

, .'& Florshelm's $5 Patent Oxfords are tbe little girls, :Mjaude Alice received he contentVwere Insured for 1000.I TFerr''afteede i. .' "

E. the correct thing. to style comfort a medal at the Sanford High School .AdorholdRCiBa ...... lot),Block B s Addlt.. .. .i.; : .r.i.brr.rt., . .* 106.

' 'eto: Found at H. C.. Stanford. Co. this year for general excellence In . .. ... .q'
.. tKe _
studies and ED Sat at moot aeatarn cor. runs t
OO !.:. deportment.The 18 of two" kinds-conceit and the bighead deew 7 ft.47 dee- w ST C. "a.. 78 ft.1 :'

The Christian Atlantic Coast. Line Railway that comes from a sick headache. deg,. e*T .b..I I:L> Block IV.-.,>., 11 .11 66 '
and Missionary Alliance aWn_. ... . All ef Wock .?.-.., ;. . -....H...., '.'' .w'4". 0 ,M46
will meet at the Alliance hall In Co. ha been hauling In a lot of Does our head ever feel like a gourd "" . '- Wet Cannon's .
North KlMtmmee on Tuesday night. : 'cinder* this week and unloading' themat and your 'brain feel loose and sore? are the beet known and __. H W Tburman. ......: ... .. ..1U. ... .'. ,. I '
", Mrt 'Foster will preach the. crossing 'Just below the' passenger You catrxoure It In no time by acting the mast relubte.sadisrowa.behind 1" O'Neal. ;; I .P' .

liver with Ballard's Kvery package has It the repntatlnnof ... .. o"... .. Adl. .. .. 11'I'
Herbine. I .
depot preparatory to makinga on vour n hones whose, business standards are the A..I Powell" t. lne r. ", .. ; ,. ,. .
j _Pi'/Wooden Carton. went up to first-alass street. crossing for :vehicles. lent it worth trying for. the absolute\ nlKbest tu tbe trade.. H..A.Mathews'AdU' ..: ,'" '. !'. ., .

and relief ? For sale .. . .._ < Hattle O.Cornoll. ... ....... : ." f ,t" ,1,.,' .
Jacksonville Monday to look around The company has also greatly certain you'll get r...,. iess. .. wm M wuUtA rata L.BIIQ. ,.fo y
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a .
Ii colored plar. W ( .j 11,
with a view to finding a location for '1 Improved the crossings at tbe by Roherson's Pharmacy. to sit =t",, "' m.ny' : J W Da. ..i. .. . Et4OILotCBl.akS ......... ...,,.,. . : Yy ,1 t :t:" .. ; 211
,the practice' of his profession- freight depot, and where Broadway .fir "dUnlnsney'' .... 11er_' v zee ua= see. I UnknownUnknown.... .. .. N' af WHof Lett BtpekS.... .'" .,.::.;< 'I' 1.,. .I
.idenlistryiLost.' Crosses the Midlandusiug, the same You Never Can Tell glower _. lavelsabb. ..aU. sesd 1&0 ... 'I' e24ftos5Rid.oflotIBbekT.I .... .. ...: , ',4,'. "1.t 1.4
material. : just exactly tli. cause' of rheumatism D. M. rcMKT L cow. DeII'OIto' Mesa. W.A. Addition. ,4' '.\ 1 D
.-Double case monogram J Watklne. ... . NX of tot Pt.' ... .. ..... "... 1 ,i (116 .
.(" B. M.: K..) Gold watch with fleur. The Methodist parsonage wa the but yOU know you have It. -- -- ---. iW ". .in .... .. Lot J BlkN. ....*":.". -v- ..- .. ..#.! ;HI0" .lto'
1 Do you know that BaQard'a, Snow Mn CkiiTle HeJKJ Lot" .' .'. It." ., : ..., .I" .t.
dell. pin, on the Midland train In or scene last Monday of a double wed.,' Liniment will cure U?-relieves tbe W Ttiompeon .. 1"II"Y.lli .. .. .... ... ,. a. '.7., tiX
.wnearOotha. Return to this office and ding contracting parties being SUBSCRIBE J W > .,..t.; ... . .. .. .G. \.' 3
FOR THE ll" ,11. 1
pain-reduces the swelling and limber Thp I'.of. I9 t
_.._ '....1,;. <
receive liberal reward D. N. Matthews and Mr. MagarleKnox the,joint.. and mu.cle..o., that MnJ8LRm Ni'I'o.L\mocIQ 1.. ......... .. 1S. Je 2' "
7*, 'it Lupfer and Cyrus T. Neuner and MUaLottie will be active and well FLORIDA TIMES UNION W.ttCh'e *
'F. 1 will leave in about Mn von as a* you l-anf and Improvement Ce's 8a.
dayfor M. Knox,_ all hailing' floor Price 25c 500 'and 100. Paul Yates F..of ne s1. 11 runs. ill ft,, ,
Spokane; Wash. where hi"wifi ever were. e L .&
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Plant City The two: couple came The Great State Paper i f t.aid fe .. 4 17,
engage with "Tils Uncle1, who 15g. i up on the- morning; train; securing: For, sale. by Uoberson's Pharmacy..A ... DAILY AMDlIlJlIDA'NONTS OH lv. .7 EM. SS-Sof sot 50. . .. .. ... ..,. '," .''M ,11 ,
civil'engineer railroad. u
in .cons their'. !license Immediately after arrival :Vital Point .Three. ....tba.tlA \ S's MoDthmMOOTwl . UnpUtUd Lende. .
[ >struction "work' : >. ..0......KM LEB.rbieu ... LotUSu IWkofNWh8dtfm7ATp26R: I 0 M46, a
anil to the .
repairing parsonage .
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'_ Fine Straln'Wbittr/ Leghorn fowls, wbere Rev' A. Woodward tied the 'The most delicate part of a baby i II The Senl-Weekly Times-Union aiuTTbe ' 1 '.2
Its bowels Every ailment thatl\ suffer Unknown.. .:. .. iN Nwlj of NwSt 8.etl.n'2$
.males $1.60 female '1.00 double knot neatly and securely.. They
; ; eggs with attack the"-bowel also 'endanoerlng . rarmer: .aad fruit (Grower, 5 To &R2V .-,.. .,... ... ....*.: "
1.00 for113. Fowl four 'months old. at the. Inn while here t, j
were guest , . Nwjo .
;,,, of NWHof Beetlon IS8w .
[ :-S'.O B. Ashion to parties not inKtssfmmee. and,, returned to Plant City by the )in' most case the life of the PMday fame or the .m..w.kl">.-.,.e-. VnD" ." .... Ni o NEI4.rNwt" cm of BWM .f NWSS N ... :

.- KIemimme) "parties' delivered Afternoon. trainIt;: .U not ,ko'Wnwhetblf'r :: the. infant.. MeGee' Baby Elixir, etess.Ste.votwt le Agrteatt.raI and Cliru forhoopwyesrMace Fruit tl lo" JU.b.,'. Beettles F:1 7-10 2V: 4..,.. .7.10't w. l TI. II '
cure diarrhoea, dY18ntar and all M' : J 'r
free. 'Ltyq trll 'laying strain. it was .a Gretna. Green affair, es,oar.vrlpLlO*, g ,81 : R1. 1.

"Cash r ., with order V* r or'whether the,' parties Just decided derangements bowel Sold' by of the Roberaon's stomach Pharmacy or. FI....Tlmn'Ullo..J.dSOllUl., Fla.l ..,.., ,: P. C. HODGES.. Tax' CollectoBy -

SiI"'K 'oLONY that Kislmm.e was a better place In .
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..,.. First Legislator After the railrpaiat . HELPFUL

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.' 1 Second r-A'Clltator-Y.I; I shall r;' '
\t compel them to run over enough cowsa 'C,,, r, '/.

/ year to give a farmer a living.Judgo .- ,

FrT3,8t.Vlttui'D: aNervoaeDleeaaeaper ,
inanentlycured by Dr. Kline1 Brat Nerve
Rentoror. *a) trial bottle and treatise free, s t C
.. Dr. II. R.Kline, Ld..Wl Arch Ht.. Phila., Pa
When women heed ,Jthe) call banns.. ;;
r' e I men most face the powder. "
1a J J.a. 5'
It you( Invest it la a bottle of ABBOTT'S .UT .
1.01..11 COBH '''lilT, It removes hardorsofl I.h' : a; t 1
frrYrr' -H'
corns,bnnlona or sore, callous spots on the
J feet, Warts, or Indurations of the skin., No 1 1"A
.. pain no cutting, no"eating" of the flesh,. + ,
y b1 d1 \ no after" oraneu; quick, safe, sure. A1
re. I'I V druggist or by: mall from Tie'ABBOTT Co.,, '_
Savannah, Oa. FI r

Pursllngton' says he believes' a "

.man ehould pay ache. < _5 Judging( : from the- way he gets In : ____ '
; a debt he must be accustomed to' travelling You won't tell youc family doctor: t
.' bac11I'.rd"-Wawln&ton Star.Hicks' the whole story about your private' i "'1
Cartoon by W A. Roger; In the New York .n rald..- a 1 illness-you are loo modest; You
Capndlne Cures "Women's y need not be afraid to tell Mrs. Pink-

Monthly Pains, Backache, Nervoumeu, ham at Lynn Mass., tho things you
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JUNE,1 ;i KNOWN< AS RE-EMPLOYMENT DAY 415(4.17.and Ur. dache.l'reacrilxdbr It.. Liquid.phy.ician.with Effects imme Imtreault i ads could not explain to the doctor. Your

.. lOc.. 2&:, and 60c.. at drug-stores. d letter will be held in the strictest con'
fidence. From her vast correspond-

'National Prosperity Association Helps Restore Work to 5000 ..HIS MALODOROUS JOKE. enco with sick women during thepast

... .- Men....Evidences From Plttsburg That Good De Style-When ho swore at the thirty years she may have :
t ( odor of gasoline was he la a rage' : gained the ,'eryknowJedge that will ;
,TImes'' Have Come Arialn. .1+, Ounbuata -No; In'a ga-rage.--4New< _ Mehl?youreaae. Such letters as the following '#

dr I St. liouli.. --'The Simmons Hardware will re-employed and the late York Press. from grateful ,woman es:
Company;'the Ferguson McKln- when the men will be taken back.* 1 'LII Lf UxLlish beyond a doubt the potverof.
i ney Dry Goods Company and the Ely Two large dry goods concerns told Mn.lowSoothlng Syrup for tJhlldrestobthlnK.BOf.tonsthpKurnn.rndnoeelunainmtt.. iro '

Walker Dry Goods Company are the committee that they decided to Uun,allays\ pain.( cures wind colic,Rhea bottle LYDIAE.PINKHAM'5VEGETABLE
among the manufacturing and Job- celebrate "Employment Day" by put- _
bing companies which decided to reemploy ting back some 3000 employes. Germany's;' trades unions, number COMPOUNDto
several thousand Idle work Similar assurances have been mad about 2,215,000 members, which, Is 25 all female diseases:
The National Enamllng by other concerns and the committee conquer
June 1.
men on
cent. of the total strength of Mrs. Norman H. llilmdt of Allen-
per ,
;t Company and > tae Helmholx believes that June will mark In a
!Furnace Company have also decidedto large degree the return of prosperity.Plttaburg.Tbat 'the labor. organizations of the civilized t x town, Pa., writes I
return to world. - - --- f since I sixteen of
loin the' advance guard In the re- a prosperity Ever was years rage
employment movement as the National has come was evidenced here ECZEMA CURED 'I 'I had suffered from an organic derangement ,
that of RUINS OF THE TEMPLE OF SAN FRANCISCO AFTER TUB SEIS female weakness Inconsequence '.
Prosperity Association was advised when It was announced many and }
:J. B. Oa. "I '
Maxwell Atlanta
1 that these companies bad already the Carnegie 'Sleet Company's mill suffered agony with a severe ue,, saym of e 1 ce- MIC SHOCK' WHICH WRECKED THE TOWN OP 1200 INHABITANTS I had dreadful headachesand
n begun putting a percentage of had been started up again ma. Tried different remedies and was AND, IT WAS FEARED. KILLED 300 PERSONS was extremely nervoun. My physician
their Idle employes back to work The Carnegles started their Twen- In wben a neighbor told me to try James Cannon, Mexico. In Leslie's. Bald I must go through an opera-, ti
+ The corporations mentioned will re- ty-ninth and Thirty-third street mills Khuptrlne's; TBTTEBIXS. Aljter tislnrf as tlon to get well. A friend told me i
engage 4000 to 6000 men in their factories here, also two mqro 'of the Homestead worth of jour TBTTIBIICB and soap I: am Gas Burner Attachment.For A Harvard.Shrine. about Lydia Plnkham's. Vegetable
J: and shape I group. 'The Singer Ntmlclc completely oureil." I cannot say too much 1 Compound and I took it and wrote you
some unaccountable reason
druggists or
The Executive Committee of the Mills making Loops and bands, were for advice followingyour directions
by man MM. Soap S3o.: J. T. "VFTBIBS. desiring'to commit by
9 National Prosperity: Association at Its started full after an idleness of several Dept. A, Savannah, Oa.CAMPAIGN persons suicide carefully and thanks to you I am today -
that meeting fuel June as reemployment : months. The Carter Iron Works asphyxiation Invariably select a hotel a well woman and I am telling1
{ day. It concluded to call on all outside Plttsburg. were also started, CIGARS. for the purpose. By 'recent Invention all my friends of my experience.
F the manufacturing, mercantile and and the National Tube Company, of an Oregon man It becames ; ,
financial corporations of St. Louts to which has been repairing mills at Public Opinion Wrong About Their' possible for the night clerk to Instantly I FACTS 'FOR SICK WOMEN..
give work to at many Idle men as McKeesport. announces that It will tell If the gas In any unoccu- For thirty years Lydia K. Pink-
r possible, and even to recall more men ask for an additional appropriation Quality a Manufacturer Think. pied room has been lighted or if the J'r''z ham's Vegetable Compound, made
than are needed right away. Theplan Immediately for more repairs. "I 1 see that a membEr of the OhioLell.lature gas Is escaping from any jet not from roots and herbs, has been the
has taken definite .hape..ln, St.i.oute Evidence of returning prosperity Is la trying again this year to lighted. The device also acts as a standard remedy for female ills,
and the committee expects toNave furnished by the announcement that he introducel
have the till passed prevention of accidents resulting from cured tlomandsotwomen
a comparatively large Hit of the Plttsburg and Lake Erie Railroad and has positively
( two years'ago to prohibit the givingof
of due to
the accidental escaping gas who have been troubled with
;companies which have acceded to the has ordered the Standard Steel Car r
request Company to begin construction of tobacco In any form for campaign a failure to light the same or due to Kpt displacements,inflammation,ulceration -
The committee also approved forms 2000 all-steel cars for that road. The purposes," aald a Pearl street cigar the gas having been blown out after fibroid tumors, irregularities

not letters to manufacturers merChants new cars will be used to handle the manufacturer. "It Is clear enough being lighted. The apparatus is j wriodlo paino, backache, that bear-
;. and financiers of St. Louis and tonnage between the coal and coke that this Is a direct elap at the campaign shown In the Illustration and con- {ng-down feeling,flatulency indiges- '
other'cities regarding re-employment regions and the lakes. The Border cigar, but even It (the bill went lists ot an ordinary burner and supply ; tioii.dizzinc38.orner prostration.
t May.: Railroad officials are also In. calls for 1000 specially designed all- through In. Ohio and in every otner pipe. Attached to the latter directly $
luded. OMcers of large concerns Inall steel coke cars, and 1000 all-steel Slate la the Union the clgarmakers over the burner. Is a smoke The rice paper upon which the
parts of the country are requested gondolas. The contract was originally wouldn't lose any sleep! over It. bell connected to an electric circuit. s fir Chinese do such charming drawing' ;t
a ;Jto notify the association .. to the awarded last summer but held of la thin sheet ot the pith ot. a tree.llleks" .
number of workmen and clerk 'who up. "It la a peculiar fact that although; The stop cock regulating the flow a ,
It Is well known that In every cam gas Is at the end ot the smoke bell. ;,. tyi Capndine Cures Headache

SCIENTIST SURE HE HAS FOUND GERM OF PARESIS paign, whether It 1s for the election . Whether from Cold Heat. 'Stomach, or a
of a school trustee or a president, a Mental Strain. No Acrtamlid or dangerous
I are distributed drugi. It'i Liquid. RfleeU immediately.. ,.
( great quantity
{ ,- 1 lOc, 2Sc., and flOc., at drug' torf..
Ir; Ob'Jekg t. O'Brlai Cites $S.nnl Casts Which Ba ,1..8r111. In Cnred-Eiperlnuats by ,the candidates. Mbe manufacturers

1- .IDDI lama UIII as Teas thick DtmoDilriKd EUsleaca D'! Diphtheria never observe an Increase In .. There's more noise than harmony In

aai Tnbirevlosli Germs their\ business. On the contrary a --1' chin music.

I P Mustlton. Ohlo.-In the laboratory show the hysterical form of attack presidential election Invariably hasa The John Harvard House at Stratford, CORK ALL- ITCHING ERUPTION- "$

:of the Maailllon State Hospital Dr. when brought to the Masslllon State bad effect on bualness. I England With Carved Beams. ,Gleneoe.')Id.. NOT.2\1st, IMTi "X have bad +'
'John Da,O'Brien reiterated a'statement ': Hospital and the patients when dls-' "One ot the mysteries of the trade \\ It -From The House Beautiful. eczema on my hands for 13 years and have
n' recently made by him before Charged from the hospital as cured."I ., _Is why. eo much odium should be at. tried everything. I have been using vs TTaaiKB .
the American MedicoPsychological'Association's. know." said Dr. O'Brien "that tached to what Is popularly called \' 4 days and the results are ereae:."
Convention at Clnclu- It is a bold statement to make that the "campalgn cigar.' I have never 11 llil IIWiiiWnVV u Nerve Stlmnlant. Signed Mr*. H. lIaryey. TBTTKBWB Is the
, Surest, safest, speediest our for eczema "f
natl that he had discovered the germ the germ of paresis has been discov heard that. manufacturers turned out Taking up the old question of the and all other skin dl.<>aes. Sold by drugglHU .
//of paresis and that the disease Is ered. Many scoffed when the germ peculiarly evil brands of cigars In \ I effects of nerve stimulants upon the or sent by mall for 601!. by J.T. aur- '
curable/ He summed up the result theory of diphtheria and tuberculosiswas capacity for work Armand Gautler vales, Dept. A, Savannah, da.
experiments in these two declarations advocated. We feel warranted presidential' yeara. has shown that when kola Is given to
I ; That paresis undoubtedly I from the number of casern treated and "Isn't it possible that these are the a horse fatigue seems to be lessened, Lots of men buy experience- J>y put- .
Is a germ disease and that the germ from satisfactory: results of the ordinary five cent cigars of commerce and half a mile or more la added to 'Ming on horse races., 4 *"r-; +
!' baa-been, discovered j.that while In experiments made. In stating without 'wfclchare having ttb/elr reputation "
: .ta&ti.lumclent tests that is 'a the distance the animal can travel per REMOVES CORNS WITHOUT .
the experimental qualification paresis germ dragged In the dirt by r beak show that disease We also feel that from the hour. It was further -proven how ..
bar* made a to paresisIs why do candidates -, s .T 1anIa.COas r AIM*removescorns
curaple, and that he has specific work done we have found the battle : cigars ever that the horse loses more weight ,root and all,without cutting or burn-,
+., cases to point to as definite results. lus. We have, cured patients, are band out campaign than the one that has received nostimulant. lag and. leaves no sorenoos. It cures soft
I Dr. 'Brienl+' does not believe .It helping many: now and expect to go Nobody ever beard that one cigar or As soon as the stop cock la turned on This drug like alcohol. I corns between the toe, bunion or sore.
.y .would b\ proper'to make public the forward with the work." even e whole. box of them ever chang the electric circuit Is closed and a bell can whip up the tissues but the artificially callous spots. It cures all quick and per.
names ofythe patients whom he as- Dr. O'Brien has confined his workto ed a voters attitude toward an office or Indicator located at any desired produced energy is at the expense t manent. Oet It at your druggist or send .
; lerti' the treatment has cured but living subjects; no pathological Investigation seeker,"--New York Sun. point Is operated to'.call attention to of the living machine. Christian SSo, to TBS ABBOTT Co., .& Ga '
tie gives the specific cases as a newspaper has been'done on post :
the fact that the gas baa been turned England'
man of Washington D. C.. who mortem subjects. He now has germs THE FIRST TASTE on.Vbea the la lighted the Work and Evangelist.A Decadence of Wagering In
was treated Jor paresis) and' II again In cultures. He says that like a' gas and Wa have lost our love of -wager
at work cured: a civil engineer of farmer he I* seeking .to find the best Learned to Drink Coffee When a BabyIt beat causes a break In the circuit Very Useless Life ter for general regret. Yet It seems ?y
Teon. who culture In which to bacilli from the bell stops. It tbe gas should be
?; prominence In Nashville grow '
I There was a man named Socrates to me that there was much harm-
1.-cured and at work:, besides a number serum extracted from patients, and parent. .realt.led the fact that accidentally or Intentionally: extinguished ''
.of people In Ohio who were to that end Is doing considerable ex- coffee contains a drug-caffeine- by other means than the who lived, according some modern lens merriment In <(the readiness with
brought' to the hospital with acute perimenting.Dr. which II especially harmful to children closing of the stop cock, the absence standards a very useless 'life. lie which! men of all classes staked sums,
,forms of the disease and cured. Others O'Brien began his experiments would doubtless hesitate of heat closes the circuit and causes did nothing but think and talk and according to the means at "their disposal .
who are nowat the hospital-still by taking serum from the spinal columns they to the. bell to ring.-Washington Star. walk about the streets and market to show that they had at any
under treatment are showing marked of living patient With this before giving the babies. coffee places, asking questions that set other rate the courage of their opinion aIn
'progress toward recovery. he treated doge rabbits and rats, with drink. people thinking.-Christian' Register. these strenuous times few hajfl ,
it IDr. O'Brien.has at hand, In addition results which proved to him that the "When I was a child In my moth. The Alaslca-Yukon-Paclflc Eiposl- f
to his own statements and reports animals Inoculated contracted well- er's arms and first began to nibble tlon June 1 to October 16. 1909, will the opinionsand: fewer atlll the. money -
from hospital authorities In regard developed forma of paresis. He then things at the table, mother used to have an Interesting educational exhibit. Hold the Pigeon Sacred. with which to back'them.Fry'sMagazine. '
to the .ucc8IIdul'treatment of used the treatment on human pa. give roe alps of coffee. Aa my parents Two up 'to date (city and Russians do not eat pigeons because ._*" 5)
paresis patients' photographs which tients. used coffee exclusively at meals I never country) school buildings will be ot the sanctity conferred. on the Increase in Lunacy 5

-oJ CBAS1 knew there was anything to drink erected. dove In the Scrlpturec.: Within the last half century: there

=BALL NINE ADOPTS ,A BABY. but, coffee and water, .____ n'n has been a remarkable Increase Of ,"?r

E "And so I contracted the coffee lunacy In Ireland. In 1901 tnere were'2G.,050

Nlneteot" Months Old Child Abandoned by Mother on Train habit early I remember when quite lunatics In Ireland, or one 1 In-.
Become* "Mmscot" of' Houston Club. young, the continual use of coffee so every 179 of the population. In J85V 4

) Galveston 'Texas.-The adoptionof audience and at Houston collectionswere affected! .my. parents that' they tried there were only 350 In the entire,' ,f1'!

a nnet! en-monttia-old baby by- the taken up..and the baby now has roasting wheat and barley then county Antrim and Belfast, but tOo.
Houston Professional Baseball Club a fund -of more than $2000 to Its ground It In the. coffee-mill aa a substitute 0pr e i day there are 2,300, an 'Increase .of '
u; baa Just been announced. On a trainn credit and atlll growing. ,Offers from, for coffee. 'l + ,61'+tta 1,950. In 1881 the percentage of lun'
which 'were riding the. members rome of the wealthiest families In the. "But It did not taste right and S atlcs per 10,000 of the population
of the illouston team of the Texas State to adopt the child have been refused then'went back to coffee again. That England was 30.4.'In Scotland 34, and in't
,eague, the players noticed a woman and the baby mascot will not was long before Poatum was ever In Ireland 80.6. Last fiE"
and a curly haired child. The woman be parted with by the club. year
requested W. E. Hester, a pitcher to The mother, who is less than eighteen -' heard.of.. I. continued. to use coffee .f log, and perhaps this is not a'
bold the child for a few minutes then years ot age, was found in Hllls- until r .. .27. and ures were: England 40.8 per 10,001'
+ stepped- tato-another( coach, and left boro and her, tragic story unfolded. office work.. I began to have nervous ot the populationScotland, 45, !
the train at the next station.A' She had lived with a drunken father peUI; Especially after breakfast I Ireland 61.1.-DOItOil' Herald. 4 d
note found on the child gave jta until twelve years of age when' she was so(nervous I eauld, scarcely 'at, /
name u Edmund Winter, and the ran away from him. 'Before she was tend to-my' correapondenee. 'Girl. Telegraphers In India. '
ball player decided: to adopt the boy. sixteen years ot .....b. was married "At night after',having coffee for Acting, upon the recommendation, .'
'4 Before the end of the Journey every and after the birth of her child her supper. I could hardly sleep, and on of. the telegraph committee, the la-, ,
i member of the club fell In love'withthe husband deserted them and disap mornlngwould feel weak ,
rising In the than 'OYerDlDent')1. .
,. abandoned baby and entered Into peared. The child-mother found employment Just authorized ,
a compact to care for the little one, la a packing house at Fort and nervous. . the employment'of women operators"
r' "Sleeting It the mascot of the club. I Worth, earning }6 a "...alt. Reeently ,"A friend persuaded me to try Pos- The candidates must be !between eighteen
*. At' the ''game' in Dallas and Fort the packing house cut down the number , tum. My-wife and I did not like It at : and: thirty years of age and they ') h '
ft .,Worth the mascot was exhibited In I of Its employes and the mother;' first but later when boiled good and .must. undergo a training of' twelvejlimonths '
% 4\:* .the grounds during the game; and determined that the baby-should not strong It was flue. Now we would In the. telegraph training +?
was showered with money from the I I starve, gave It to the ball playar. not give up Postum for the test coffee. classes
during which time they will
"} French/Budget Si own Judge Rules that Stock: Yard ",wa" ever tasted. /I . t receive $6.65 a month the same allowance + AY
I'J get good sleep, am:free ;
... .' peflclt bt i'8800000.: 'I ,ts a.wllotel For Yoga," from, nervousness and I'headaches. "I fUhat Is drawn by male learn. ,a t

; f. Parl,.-M, 'Calllaux.; ,the 'Minister East St. Louts-111' .-Judge Fiends recommend 1>Postum all coffee drink: era .Selected'candidates'on, leaving t
of Finance announces that the bud.; U. Wright in the United States Circuit 'era. : the: training classes'wild be on probation" .
get for 1801 shows( an estimated de- : Court decided that although the 'There's a Reason.- for 'One year. Upon appointment!
; DelL of 98,800,000, the revenue beingestimated National Stock Yards hers has sel/eral\ Name given by Postum co Battle theY' will receive salaries varyingfrom' r
'. at $785.800.000\ and the miles of tracks, engineand cars and !k: s
other Creek, Mich. Read, "The ,Road to. " i. $20.66, which,'are ''Yery
7U.UO.000. It
at equipment
expenditures was not a common '
': l ,18 order to'maker) up the shortage carrier and Is no.t subject to Federal Wellville." In pkga., *,-: large upon' scale, of U.IDC"ex.-
It baa been decided not to Issue short.jterm railroad laws.;>. C Ever reed the above JetterTA new 'pen... la India. There will ,''be.c W*" ....r..f '
..bttt-to reform the collec- The Stock,Yards .. slons, with' no ,liability to trwnsMr;,
t,, boniU attorney contended one appears from time to time. They A CHARMING CHILD'S PORTRAIT.; AbleF aVr*. '
.Itlon of dues,on stock and bond.trans- that his clients wire conducting, a true and fall of hamail but'1ftipaUol1'wUl-'be compulsory IA'S-.
Irers., enforce tho1 dlltJ... "hotel for hogs and other live a.w-k" are Interest.. ., I J :Recently- Exhibited. Parl.. ,,, ,Ule event sot marrla= .....Harper's) .. :.

''at regnlattoa'against evasions' of and not a railroad. In this .ht vat. t :-From the House Beautiful.. ... W *klr. "Vr'jt'ft ::'
'duties! .f: sustained bt the) court .., .l. ''t, T'T'r
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e ." Making Sealskins RATES .M& PlA6APPL _"" 1 FISH '.,

'' .How::,many:,o( <*. fair;' wearer; ,ofeeatekln ,NEW FOR FLORIDAMany 0' '
know .how".U U for. 'la prepared .- :Two Hundred' and ,Twenty-FlveY- Care' I : rttDjfTFigs Drop.l a esrd's*d ...will rwt yea ci *.. "

T ta the sWa :'of a dog or, cat It r.t omajMag wita which you eaa tun yearnslflfjfcor
Were Moved Saturday '
,': wfil be '' OtIh&.I..,; at- the,:rodt. of'the Advantage Offered the .," gr aa with aavy ,, &ew.. eaad
wt : proslmateiy5
ft PIrcd.'FJ.-.A.> I load*ot them la streams when he has tr.j
loader, coarserhair, there axe Travelling Public::;, cam of pineapple were moved by'' the ooBMdi.gast..4 ...,... to atoh sham. ., WmSEPTIO h
flue abort hairs, called "under fur." Florida Cut Coast railway Saturday; \ old fasfeloned way Its tom.tbla*aew sad
I.' most anieils. these hairs are ao The pineapple eection" on. the East efceap. It *teh.s' at"all' staaeas-& ..-" KSM the breath.;teeth, atauia awl bodyeatfcefKtselly

few that they are usually overlooked.Not .. 1JBST' Coast which ,consists of the territory thing ao elbe.taek U will 4o. It will U.kM visas aad'fres from amkeakhy -
so with sealskin The akin.after EFFECTIVE OF JUNE lying bet'treello'Ft. Pierce and 'Delray. : Neatly! yet prompt- you to *.. ('eaten house aad meek raU. . .......w..1I4I dtaasXaeabla odor.

,> presents sojne busy scenes these days,, Illustrated catalogue,et prim sad, tsstlW which water,*oas aad tooth prtpai'siiooaahme
rojn through various to -
processes The.plnerlew are,laden with; tbll .delicious . oh the bowdSCleanSOS.tie'ystemef moapW. ,for tk.$.ktsg. eaamot do. Adial. -J-=
cleanse 101 greases\etc.. Is(stretch* Both,AtUodo. Coast tUe e.d s;......... fruit and the growers are gratl-i; y art Ml m..tifMtarr*el U>cwUbr' ..... ... ' r v

eel "flatwith the flesh aide' Uppermost.A' . "Air LUe Act..4 ln4: .p.wdiMtly. Hid by the'fact that they are receiv J ectual Our.tenaDoabi....> .OT r. ever Maul* aUMa.W Wlr flih* par,uk.thmlcbt ta.., :
flat knife'' Is* then ''passed overt\ It, satisfactory prices the-product.., A !OB*.o... *r mor acts, |'aia,coiIet r.qed.iteptieeall .

thinning the akin considerably. Boob I.tercbangabla "I never saw aa One a- crop of pine- assists in overcoming ROKXKA FlaH KKT CO.. uses:: e.. ., .f ek*
; In doing this it .IOOlMD' the roots applet. remarked, a we'.I! known local one eelleswe sad eeoaVotay. I

of the longer hairs which are more Jacksonvire: Fla.-On June 1 too transportation man..'who lead Just returned habitual consUpationpermanently. ; f RESURRECTED far.ialsaaed.' lavsltisble'

deeply embedded than' those of the Atlantic Coast Une rallroadj put Into ; from a trip down the Bait thro.ta.da.wla.Juterine. eves.
under'furThe effect the new.mileage books and rate, Coast yesterday! 'Bvery plant seems \As S 0 N.C.ST1lo
rough hairsare thus to have Its fruit The"pines are all floe 10 get ea'atrfc. At
In Florida.
got rid WIthout Injury to the setter i drug sad toilet
The roads have ccUd Independently, specimens and the growers bare Ju.t1.rf beneficial effects buy hook e.w-.,...__tW.. f.tb.a'ase Moras, SO seats or
fur, and voluntarily In tills matter and >aIOn for feeling 'a pride In their ,.......ra.a' --....,-aa..ld. tine- by I ssaU Bostpaid.WIVH ,
Next: it .... aaClWTaD'
the i
+ pelt tea
paeae through operation their vfft.rta 'aft"rd the Florida crop \ \ _.j alaa .as
to to .
j, 'The Industry II In. Its Infancy, eoaea< ,ma.M sa 50513 lL.l saw 51s.ld j larp Trill StaPli
-which soften yet the .
and preserve It. public rate as reasonable as are found enutne.nmrfacturod. ,C1.yls. .toO Athena. 0.. . .-I. .
(.Then'comes the ct.eIDtJy which the In use anywhere In the country wllP( I teller," ,continued be. /'Undevel Jy the ". B.VAOOBAw "M...I.TH a......"." ea.i.stew real'' ';

;tin1for tint generally admired I* doubtless ba rewarded by an Increase; oped with pineapple section' are.orchards rapidly, and beingdot'ed 1.:predict RHEUMATISM: I SAL-TORA. :,THE PAXTON TOILET Co.,It.teI,......',

;' obtained And now the fur' is readyf. of patronage! and satisfaction Tho the'' '. RNIA TMf OBderhl l RttaeAy,3eII1feLiedr... i .
x 1 I that wlthln< a few years growing, I
granting of rates Is far (
,. making" up.-Montreal. Standard. from these line with new a retrenchment of pineapples In Florida will take rank 1)" arm cnntMicjo.oo" sass M.r>a.,raua,m. At23-08)

C I) NO PLACE! JXR JLN' OLD GENT. policy,and goes to 'prove among other I, as the banner fruit crop, with the exception FoYRupCO. '
The veteran Senator announcedthat things the two road I' confidence ,In. of! the orange crop. Engines 1 Boilers "

I ,Florida and her' people.Mr. $OLD)BTLtAaNO< DRUCdSrSTe -fol tsO111L
he ..Intended- resign. A. W. Frllot, dlvlalon'parsengeragent J I. BETTER: $EI VICE. ,

-No I will Dot reconsider," be loU of the Atlantic Coast line, and ..-
". his protesting, constituents. '"This his corpi of assistants have bean quite Post Office Department to Authorise'More Unlit for auric; all .|.... Inerrw

place Is getting packed ,with fresh busy lately, arranging for the Inauguration -j I Carriers for Gainesville.. roar holler pmflt with one\>r of using our Cor our Mill vnvina. or taw and ,

youngsters-many of them not a day of the new ,mileage1;syitam. He Gainesville Fla. Oalnesvllle U. ray Had et'er'eoa...., Mills.* Writ tothsanakantorcaUlosu; '
over .Ittr.-Pblladelphla: L.Iger., stated: -"The new mileage' books, and about to make another stride In advancement asgeed MI f.dprleea.'u
rates will afford many advantages to j Ini i the free !mall delivery

y.. More Than Quinine. the Florida people. On our main line system, which la evidence that the R. D. Cole M'i'g Co. '
d Quinine Is simply onuof the product of the the prevent rate of 3 cents per mile city'' Is growing In this directionas\ L I M, Xawaau... ,
Cinchona Balk, and the drag which iiu'ed will be reduced tb 2 3.4 cents per mile, well as In all other. n..l.
,td ID Unova's TASTILBJW C.ILL Tonio contains and on all branch lines tha present
tnor Bark of the aotlr principles\ of. rate of 3 1-2 cents pertulle will belowered THROUGHOUT ,THE STATE.The : .' Bat they .will test yeatwice WE GIVE AWAY OVER
Cinchona than
to 8 cents asraeh. Other Coffees
f, knows that Whole Wheat and
Uraham"Everyone Flour contain t than ordinary white flour, wpert of the big feature of the new mileage, reduction val county. have decided to .redistrictthe bat yea will iflaA them ,
propertieiot the wheat are lout in render- ," continued lie. "These books county j either ealjr bait as itreager Exchange for Carton Tops and SoajJ Wrappers "

Inn the flour white. Thin same thing is true will be good over all our lines In Florida --After twelve :years of freedom ', oalf eae-foarta at fee*. Mule-Team; Borax and M2Q'MnleTeam" .
nuua ande1.lathe druJ( used in this prep .and 11'11I'' be Bold at the Fate of AlexMerritt alias Bill Jackson wantedIn
l product which containsmore Borax Products. Send Postcard for
valaabijulnino. le properties than ordinary 2 1.4 cents per mile BarnweU, 8. C., on a charge of mul'dpr -, LUZIANNE'COFFEE ,
( Tb.lltaodard for 80 y"...... fiOe.A3 . "Our mileage books, forms Z and ZZ, was arrested In Jacksonville by. 40-page Illustrated Catalogue.'tAddreas
.a ....._....:_... which of Mac. it;
were sold at the rate of X cents Deputy Sheriff D., U Thrift #
USUAL. I per mile prior to Juna 1, will be accepted cleuny,., ,

Patlence-"Which Is your gift to lines In for Florida passage throughout our -Two companies of United" States Is of..perfect Purity, .1 1

the bride dear"' regulars have been transferredfrom Fla aad Freshness -
r, QUill
"As the ,
", majority of line{ entering )1.). West. -
Patrice 1' don't know. There are -Jefferson.. to Key
r and for the life southern territory agreed-at a recent -.The of the 'nay,' has
eight butter-knives tecietary
meeting held In Atlanta
Hilt our new
of me I can't tell which Is the one I mileage books would be honored this given to the city'of Jacksonville permission IT S SOLD EVERYWHERE.28e. : _3

aen t."-Yonlters Statesman. will make the new book Interchange 1 I to use two Dahlgreen cannon-;' .t-L. CAN.
at Pensacola yard.
able. The purchase of a book may be now navy '-
HAD BAD ITCHING HUMOR. made At any point In Florida, and Its will be mounted at the main en-,

holder, may with comfort and convenience trance to the' city hall for ornamental ''THE. REILY TAYLOR CO.-. feaQ114KKj

Limbs Below the Knees Were Haw- traverse almost the entire southern purpose. Iew_.... V.S. A.
Sr Fret Swollen-Sleep Broken-. territory or travel to the extentof --The St. Petersburg Transportation .' I t 0 R M II N. '!'we".!HIM f reelingenlb. v

Cored la !a Pays by CDtI ora. the mileage contained In the book. company has bought the "Our' Ltne" { BgIZB'EYaq.,hoes wlU I are tin.Tour...., feet,.aSw, the.,lie. .......t j
Some two months ago I bad a humor "We are striving to please. tile Flor Trnns]>ort"tlon company and the business tC"'S why tbn .. "1 f" tae the {. .. II J'qaaorOllt J'Oai.
ida has been merged. This'deal will ekreemers NCMIU". wels a lee d4wnuoos how too ...._.
break out on my limbs below my ko_. people! and the success, of the reductlonHs A'me e matter of form has enabled seems
They came to look like raw beefsteak all l left with them, concluded greatly improve the water transportation ,raItD. r! "I.ELI. .:! C.C1... B.ool"o..o M.. ...
a woman to .make a ;
red and no on. knows how they itched he. service: between Tampa and St. many ; 1t.onJh.1 I -

and burned. They were so .wollen that I Petersburg. stage;

I.' could not gt ray shoe on-for a week or LAW VIOLATION OF CONSTITUTION.Judge The state pharmacist 'IOClet, Is .r .
more. I used five or six different remediesand - holding Its annual meeting: In Tampa.Bellevxlng Dr. l CURE9Y10
got no help only when applying them Grants Restraining Order ofDrainage that Conductor GeorgeFarley BOWEL .. Sy Olr..,
1<1_ ,. p. t1.teR.Ilef :
t. ,: the burning was won and the itching less. bad allot one of their number. ..
Tax y b..1 ae .11' n. b 1 .
For tliree, weeks the TROUBLES ... .. iti..."Lroal :. ,
two or suffering: was crowd of artillerymen in Pensacola : dares ta Ie $ lw
a .... ... _.. _. __ ..
a_ intent and during that time I did not Jacksonville; Fla-Agalut the levy Fort Barrancas attacked and' .e- 0. i '"'-' .F_,., eI' ., _lUnaovM a w mnr la I U aUyl
., sleep an hour at a time. Then one morning and collection of the special drainagetax from wounded him., 'f"t' oaILDBtflf I"I-: ..! '!: I- ..... sirs t wrrr M'i.l' 055....W... (}I.B"L'Ti'tf' Dr.nwl.n= < effects a pmnatMBivca earl"I.
verely : ILOII ...... I.t.leeed.ysTrlsltnata.eea7
; I tried a bit of CuUcur. From the has been enjoined, tbe.teml.orar, TEgTHIIrO to& TA DILIIG CJO..A. 0. ( f re*.Ho lilrro&a beWHI '
s; V moment it touched ni. the itching was restraining order being handed down -Mis. William T. Keener and little 'CURES STOMACH-ACHE HI TEN MINUTESTwir.A OF.M.II,tresa'stmlsHsts.

gone ndI have not felt a bit of 1 it-sine*.. by ,Judge Jaiu.a .UV Locks In tbo daughter mere caught on the railroad* . .M m AtlaaW
f' The swelling .;. bad ray shoes on and Vas about as usual. 'The conrc lIod*'thai- th,,' last drain. train' and were forced to Jump Into,the '
, Gorge n Farley eo South Stats Sty Con-!1r' 1 .ge*" ,.ib>< the legislature of bay'toav01d1beIttk' run down bjr;'the iN iso T s T D p0Y AILEO PUiIY LOCkSASH ..
,' NIi. .' Is local train. Mr.r. William' T. Keener, whowltuesbcd'the !
I cord. ,.May U. 1907.7: 1907. a: or-special bill and thatIt .t
: I :rwas: not, advertised that therewaa. accident from the !sere. 'U x.awsllas .: .abNS..
Man'y-a a woman's Idea 'of" swam to. tUeUr,.astistanca and! anet'u "' .. Ms eta gsa lee ..u7. Loch
marrledf 'an Intention td'apply for'the passage ocirVver tVoubfeaVReHe .e ..T '-...... I"or.... byRa .
stylish; hat Is One that costs more than .of such act' -. much ,.dlmcul.., saved iris, .wife" an"
her' husband can afford to'pay.A I The defendants, are. Napjluon'' D. daughter. "60r7LaAdkywr; aalq da11 8 ros.-" ...4 BUad..
Broward as governor the several 'The KIchelberger-Gray!, company'sturnitufe > for If ATLAHTA.OA.-

KENTUCKY CAsa:, members of bisboard of(drainage commissioners warehouse at Tampa-was destroyed j

-' and the"tax assessors and by .nre. Loa 'about '50pOO./ f

That Will Interest All Suffering tax collectois-of the several counties .,During a recent "visit of President I "< t : :

Women to which lie the lands sought to be Garrett and the'other high officials of' II Pole .Delicate 3Vlen arid Girts
levied on for drainage purposes: tie Seaboard In Tampa, It Is said that
airs. Della Meaner, 328 B.- Front'aL. The temporary :l'estra.Dlug order Is conclusions were arrived at which '
Standard '
The Old GROVE'S TAST8&B88 CHILI, TONIC; drivM! oat Mal tb..ptem. .
Ky.. says "Seven! Issued In six cases'in. which the complainants of $1,500,000
Uavsvllle.. : point to an expenditure: 'yg.blllil'
-ff----.n- years: ago I began to 'are the Florida Land and on their terminals In' and around. You know what yon are taklrj;. ''The formal !. plaialy. printed ott it
Timber tae Land '. I ia simply Quinine and Iron In a.taatelea. and.the most effectual form.' IWafMIla\ mod cIaIId .
,: r.; J' notice sharp pain. in company, Kuiitlre! \ Tampa. 'X ,.. 50c.

the kidneys and a company, the Consolidated Land company Mrs. T. 'S'108On.n elderlY"I.dy. ,
:- . ... .
J.r I the Model Land company' the '" .1. ,' .
resident of Moultrle.
.. bearing down sensation and a W.I. '
through the hips Southern StatesLand and 'limber almost 'instantly I killed by being I.
\ and the'lo'ol'lda; kast J ,
company CoastHallway w
out of the cart In which she
v7 dull headache aDd thrown a" ...
gompaay.The ""
. pY' dlxiy spells. Dropsyappeared history of the drainage caseIn was driving. ", ,, Y' I"H-M' '
and-my te.t'and which there 1 II such general Interest -'Yo J.'Robereon of Starke has been' a Ii"
w : '' "'

r-/ ankles not swelled get mysloes so given throughout as follows the :state, may be .briefly the placed-under next term 91.500 pf circuit bond court to appear for the at 'EVERY.MAN HIS PWN DOCTOR; ,. ,

killing of'J., U,Wynn at Sampson City, :"
on I ws In Under the first drainage law passed ..
?, i misery And: had despaired of ever get- I early'In Governor!! liroward's term February U,< 1908. .

f'. '"", Ing cored when I decided to try I the same companies that appear as Tarpon fishers at Sarasota are having By J J. HAMILTON' AYERS M. D. ;!
Wl )
Doan's Kidney Fills. One box helped complainants In the above cage asked fine sport this season. Many large 'g H' E. R

me ao much that I kept on until entirely for Injunction, secured it vid eventu- catches are reported ,
cured." ally the law was declared unconstitutional ':-Dr. J. It. Taylor a prominent and A '4o Illustrated Book containing :

c Sold by all dealers. 60 cents a box and null and 'Void.' The higher pioneer citizen '01 St. Petersburg -psge valuable .. '. ....
court aMrmed Judge Locke information to diseases of the' .. > -
pertaining .'t.
N. Y. .
f Foater-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, "
In the meantime the dralnago dead.At '
amendment to the constitution was : meeting of bustiie -m nand human systenV; showing how .to treat'and 'cure 1
'The shiftless man should be com- citizens of Pensacola. held Saturday
submitted to the people and 'overwbelmlogly with the simplest of medicines. The. book con.'
the $160,000 necessary
>fled lo shift for himself. defeated, going down la night $119,000- I
Insure fine $330,000: hotel stains of.courtship'and
,, the same election at which the legislators to a ; analysis marriage ;. rear-
?o Drive Out Malaria'and Build Us under the management of the Harvey 9 and' children
? making ui the 1907 legislature,. subscribed: : ing management Qf besides vafli-
the System Hotel company, was .
'were elected.
%t Take the Old.Standard GROVES TASTS- The 1907 legislature then passed the Honorable Arthur T. Williams ) able prescriptions, ,reoipes' eta, with a full 'I'

t Liar l.1ILLToio..Yon know what you resent drainage act again its legalitywas chairman of the state democratic executive complement, of facts' in materia.mbdica.tliat'ev_ : -' ''
r are taking.1. The formula plainly printed attacked, and thus far committee has resigned. '
at 1ea.t.tb. should
on every bottle, showing it is simply Quinine Charles i E. Davis of Madison countywas. \ eryone know. <
victory Is with the .
ana Iron in a tasteless form, and the complainants.An
f most effectual! form' For grown people appeal will probably taken but :elected chairman.The This most indispensable adjunct to every ,

x said chUdren. ttQo.i1 counsel feel confident that Judge Georgia.. and Florida Nut" well-regulated household will be mailed! post- r
Locke will be again sustained, the law Growers' assaciatlon In session at Atlantic -
;,3 = Bernolclo In his Calendar says that under. which his ruling Is made being Beach: elected ,the following officers any address on.,recei pt. of price,SIXTY> : .

>in medieval times there was more clear and unmistakable ;' W; C. Jones Cairo Ga., president CENTS.. Address.
food than money given for church ---.-.---'-'- ;"* A. A/1 Rich, LaMont Fla., vice
f tithes' -- ' BIG HUt ESTATE DEAL president It. C. Simpson, Montlcello, ATLANTA PUBLISHING"HOUSE' ,

Fla;, secretary;'J.B. Wight, Cairo,.Ga., ."e, I
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froo'' Ouro: for '..Rhein'nalam Illinois Capitalists Acres of Land.Purchase:' 85,000- treasurer.The-:-damage"suit of Ben Howard ; 116 Central'Ave., a ATLANTA.. OA.

Bono Pain asking for $10,000.from the American' ,

,.. and Cozoma.lalB. Lakeland Fla.-A syndicate com Fiber,company has'been dismissed.'

.4 t' 80..niOllood .B.B.)caret lbs was posed .of' Illlnojs investor and represented .-To W: P.'BhettlewortU of Erlnsttm -.'
I t.... ..f Rh.umiliim. ban vain '...rall n & Jackson of belongs the'credit of shipping the first
... invul.t and joins by purifying tbs blood. byTbomp.oa .
wands ..f rasa cured bx B. B. B. after Toulon 111., and Leonard/ Hlllis of catload'of cantaloupes .of,the season. J tL .>_.-. i. .1iEMOJ1JEm
f' --' .lt aha 5 eN..sla ArbdeaPrieher..s Per drawn' and bids ...,la I k
I.... ........ M dint MO<... with comel.l.t 'Peorla, llL, hare purchased about 85,- I 'Plans' are *
."'0(.' ......c....lot lioai ....lm.nt OL*..* ..*>P<* 000 acres1' of land In the vicinityofLakeland for the erection of'"a new teestorybuilding < ,
g' lr.. .b> _Ilin. Blood Balm Coy Atlanta, and extending northward to. In Jacksonville which will

ward Auburndale. The land'itbought: , cat,-(when: completed.. $100,000.. 'Mr...

_..- for colonisation purposes, and It Is thedesign W.:A. BIsbee is- the owner 'and- Mr.,
\ '. Cotton Buyers. Graders wanted. Addrrss, H. 'J.' Klutho the;architect. of the'proposed -
of pro'moters to'
CATTOK. COLLZOg,'Atlanta, 0.. the &eure. avery 1
i''liU'IO."L .
... desirable class of citizenship consisting ak.craJlU ,
of American and German small -I.1 Oeorge :W,' Stuart,, one' of -Jack
w.'' >{MOTHERORAYSSWEET :.: farmers .among'* whom th9 tract will sonvUle'sbeat' known builness n P.'e'I1. We Do :Job Printing

.!' :POWDERS b. divided and who 'be"encour' died at the DeSoto. sanitarium. that' rvingParifying
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\t..""''::; .:I" FOR CHILDREN. aged ,to.make groves, grow. truck, etc;: city, .Bal rdI1:' W- Fot'Pres ;

1.f...; .f..00rt0dII,. Oone'.." .r..itt verllb.tss: .. BIRTHDAY- JEFFERSON -DAVIS.' 'n.mlte.uaed:-'Albougt: search and everything has been made poutbledone dy :: Y Of All ,Ibid's and Beautifying:: Skin

nJ.'J. ai"drt!: to dficover the body''of Richard .. ,
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_ alin.l.Iltctl0:: -II L.utR c:;.,. ...1ir.e.JS.: .rr.' .1te1L.. One Hundredth'. Confederate'' President.Jacksonville .. of'Birthof. 1C.Bonlfay, the saw mill owner of Me- . -scalp, ,Hair :andj 'Hands, "

., t _JeO'II_ 'wha... A. LOLlianD.URo..H.Y.. David .these efforts hare. aQ< for proved
", ,_ Tor Sunburn leash
FlaWednesday war cat

Take .the'.Place of Calomel th"e birth" .ODe'of hundredth: Jefferson''anniversary, Davis He of was the fruitless-:Mr.George. Case a'. Chicago !capitalist : t- <.: . W Gad i"" Please' 'You. Cba and, 'for all 't toe,'' -

,,111 jv.' Harris l-of Key West ti' 1gs.
I ..... ae a..L'-..... hn"adl'. president ot the Confederate< \ States of and Dr. . \
J1 .:. body. n.I .::-r.=:- $::.aid.+: America..-:' -" .b. Loor.4 z a "WU'J' of the
..... .._.....: .. .;IO\, ter"of artl0tiU7)rropsgUog'spongehave' ,
'C m '"'......0_....10... Tar.sabla holiday.. The banks and ptibltc!\ offices; ,: .purposes -: I
.' ..,... .. "'" .,..... ... closed to'observe''the day demonstrated(the feasibility .. ... ; '
;::;;:. .. the .t: Theirs experiments have .;. :
:1- 1/se s.d.14 dl : T..b.o vadas.NNNli.s ''ID b1W-dtT..aenlce. under. the! auspices the project.: r .d.
.... .. ..... Tbw7'r .. r.. 'marketable '. '
a "rln. .a _Ie .. of the DauaterloC! the Confederacy proven- that sponge maybe + ._
;; "b.s..ednalw..dln.*rr0s. : > \ > m.1t- .
.a. In =
,, from 2-lnch cuttings about .J
,.' :t'..... roVNQ. : ;J...:. 'WATSre4l41Ar'. ,, were' held IIIJhe"Woman'; Club. four grown years.,. V I-". : .a : ;
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S -. , UNCAN U. FLETGHE:? 1 1R

Candidate!' for UNITE.D STATES SENATOR Primary! :June 16, 'r 08 :

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'. '' Born on a Farm Raised ,on a Farm. 'J' ,',


.Hard work 'has -been' 'the prime cause of any success; I have: attained.

I am 'a free man.. Rings or' corporations CAN ,NOT CONTROLFLETCHER" ;",, :; r :

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i Any charge,. which mean that my heart may not Florida] ho_ could only lend.,In the first primary. bA'' .:

be ,,.lth Ule people and< my 'purposes may not he to A sinair I plurality' ) veto over, ;a man .never'' before a candidate ' .'

t- sorre them rather.. than some Njiccial intercut, you for State o III re, who IIIIH made )Ills,own fight, ,

will nnderstaiHl arc false and made for political) effectonly. Hlnglc.liaiided and 'alone. "C

r .Such charges or ,insinuations' may be supplemented This; 'is because I 'am with tho' people In this, .; '

( by others at the lust moment, and I.warn you fight.and against pol 'tlcull1U1Chll1es and factional :' G

against. them. .f + government;'', against tra-liiig ;and' dickering". in ;,

I made) no charges) whatever against' I.y.or my State affairs, playing, politics with important ,;

'opponoftsnorauyliueontpylnlellliirYreference' to any State matters, neglecting official, duties Dud 'seeking ';

of them In my literature, or on the stump, until Governor office contrary 'to the spirit,the constitution. ;,

Hroward came Into the race, uncllrOccceleel1o' J I believe in the judgment and conscience f 'I:I,

print and 'distribute' his booklet In which ho attacked the people, and that they will be guided by truth

each one-of his opponents} MesHi-s.lleard( , Lamar and) and that truth will triumph. Having, this faith' I

submit their'cause to them with absolute confidence
m yself. '

,I have replied to those attacks In as milti( mid of a sweeping victory. *" t '

., manner as circumstances: would permit.. .. J
dignified n
t' ' I ask 'every FLETCHER[ MAN to ,teACTIVE j jIt

You are referred to that reply. t "

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Innst be disappointing to my opponent that and d VIGILANTI-I the votes. .are"

with the aid of the mini in 1stration' machine, backed] 4'< ,

by administration Influence and pressure!" with con- J I' counted. 1 d on the night of f June J 16., We.:

rict,' jail and food Inspectors'dileetivoy' : employeesof ] '! a. t j f

various kinds and wire-pulling fildllties), of every ek are sure to win ,,1,1

# nature assisting extending into every county: In I rI


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I \ PROHIBITION ft NOT AN ISSUEIN see the State 'irovernexl by special interests hereby appointed. a. limpoclon and clerks toper VOTE: FOR jJ '.
THE'MAN' WHO ,. ....
THIS CAMPAIGN' 'but the fact f In said primary l ctlouiPrecinct
that General Gilcbrlst Is. befog ''sup. / vote for Gllchrist Is a- vote for > No. 1-H. M, Pfann. G. W. Aahton; ,
DIDN'T; MAKE: GOODGilCMWST ported strongly and expensively bj' these specla ,lnterests." They possess A. n. Bell;Jo.Jeflordn.clerk ROyalC.DHn :
y ,w':>, the whisky men II evidence that he Gllobrlst already. It Is ,aim for him Precinct No.!t-W. W. Irey Walter. . .. Moeelar. s
I ;;" '\C'':" .. .. ....-.- whisk men bare some point to gain; to declare bis freedom of them when he Walter Branson:T. H.Tynw. clerk.
q i4 Vi : .:' something that they waot done by the stands shoulder to shoulder with them. Precinct No''a-W. W.Clark. W. Blade, Z. T. sV
A GUY AND LAUGHING man who occupies the office of Governor. He oan not cleanse himself of the contact Rlleai:Raymond, clerk.. FOR
,' m I br mere assertion. > Precinct No.4-T. :N. Farr tau Seaman. R. B. ",
,.STOCK.HM <. If General Ollchrlst Is elected Governor --11. vole for Stockton-I.a vote for a Warren;J_. B. WiHUma.clerk. '. Railroad Commission*
HE WILL BE EUEOTED. BY tau who has spent a lifetime' flghting: Precise. Nu 8-Youn* Tlndall David Raulermon. <
THE WHISKY V.OTE.' corruption In this State, who now asks N, 8. Blunt;Aaron Raw clerk.
......... ot H.._ ... .Was e.c.rtelo" , for recognition at the hands of. the Precinct. No. 6 Frank. Tumblln. Randolph He LCD Dearest opponent'ie..T11'
Uaalg.lfi.d, and Lalalatk Was InCka Governor people for whom he has,worked long Young. .John Bataden;W R.Godwin.cleric.Precinct . vote In first primary, and secured N.
.tlo eoa4lti.a While >U Prwlded. a whisky man in tbe office of Governor and faithfully. No.,,,7-J. A. Clements.. i- a. Under. majority- or plurality lnTWENTYJTHREE
-.Advertisement.Call bill. R. L. Pearee 1. K. Alderman clerk counties. Has been 8ECUB-f,
$41.4 fa RocklKB Chair and can not make the Stale wet, but- .
a J Jj L. W. K.l ,
I Precinct No.R. Ey.nF Hill TALLY of the Railroad Commls .i
.a.nta Dnrl... Seaalon-If El....... A Governor who owe his election for Second Democratic Primary.. .mona,;)!\. D.Tlndall. clerk. for ilK years, and I. fsrolllar with, tits ,
the will .do
to Interests theirblddlDII'
'will Be Ot>llat. .4 tv Wbl.ay'ulsa. T. M.MURPHY work of the ottloe.v' .
when the. time arrives for him
M 1 10- Chairman Co. DemEx.. ('ommlt .. '
j;B, CkAUDB L'EN(1I-B.' :'+ to act; a Governor.()wlnll his election< PU Dent the call of the Democratic Stat,' T. W. EIAIH. Meeretaey. FAVORS: I rk
to tbe wbUkr men would exercise his Hiecutlve0ommltteeandtothe power vected L< Only reasonable rates,railroad au",
When General Glichrlst was tipeakr personal and official influence on the by the Democratic County Kxactitlv Committee express, continent withstood set*})I!
'' of the House of 1901S It was the most members of tbe Legislature In shaping of duwola Count/lu Ito ea.\.IIlU Committee In the Second vice, good wages, and fair. 101081'-j
chaotic body ever known In Florida legislation; governor owing his election -, e-lecond L emocratio primary election li Juno 16 IJrlmurY.-1' eat.on an honest Inyeitraent. tl
+ legislation/ It was hard for, anybodyto to a special Interest. would be obligated \ hereby culled to be hId In Console County I I! 2. Good service and food tracks. ..i i "
know what was going: on. to protect that Interest If occasion the regular polling places in each election preoturt ,'.For Delegates t.othe 3. Working with Interstate Co\llmeroe;1 i' J
General Gllcbrtst sat In a rocking came for him to determine a question ,during the hours fixed by law,ou TUB cretin Convention from the State at Commission lOI' rates on ship*
-chair as be presided. 'Hf wielded a that placed that special InterestIn day, the leifc day of June, A.D. 1UOH, to Decide 'I. Large: meets Intoand out,of State. tj'I l
large palm leaf fan nonchalantly and leopar",. which of the candidates uattwd below slutll be I Vote for three. t
cracked peanuts, In accompaniment tot These things are'true on the face of nominated for ibo office gamed below to be I X' MAX M. BROWN -- -,-_ --- crt
his absent. knowledge of what was polo them. The people are not supposed voted for by the Pemooratla lectors at tba- ,.
? on. I saw this with rov own eyes. to know that.Gllchrist is being backed general election to be hold on November 8d. X. A. C, CLEWIS [( -- ".,. "'.. "'.. .1 ;pIM
The House over,which General GII- by the whisky ring. Gllohrlst can getup Iw*, or shall be elected _delegate..* of tho X SHACKLKTORD ,. M1
like General MAC3M. R rew T MAOM.
,ihrUt was 'just
pi-eltded and disclaim that be Is the whlskv DemoenUo party U the cooTentionn named
.- Gllchrist-loose-jointed' ,, vague. Indeterminate candidate; it isn't likely that he would below. Delegates to the'National'> Democratic
nebulous and uncertain; it admit H.t lIe can cover the charge The tint(of cauOldatea to be voted for for each Con98nt.lon from the Second Con _
groped its way through. the mazes of partly by saying that he Is a candidate office lass followat gresslonal' District: MACH BROS.. !
legislation without a guiding band.Ina 1 of all the people, and wants the vole For United Btatcs Seuator: VoUfortwo. ,
lacy( ban.way, lacking purpose or.1 of them be they whisky dealers or not. N. ,llroward X T. 8. DAVIS
power.-soft clay in the hands of' the I General GilchrUt Is not obliged to D. U. Fletcher. -- Feed and Sale Stable.I : -
legislative' Speaker' manipulative of..tb..Heulle..ef putters.As -l005Oeoeral w know"tat"him..and. whsthewhisky. be men are' doing with for Uovvrnor. Albert W Qllcbrlit I , :, ;
knaj sajr - ------
OllchrUutiad. fin >pporinottyto -: Mva.e truth..tbat he doe.'&' ow. John N. C. Blocktoo WOOD--DRAYINQ: >*
if had, WE HAVE JUST
show executive ability-; he for Railroad Oommluioner:
It Is reported that the'whUky men
lo'jdo .0' '
any. Since he failed have contributed large to the Royal C. Dunn I is New and will
concluded that he"bed none; lie a sum W. K, Jaekw, RECEIVEDa Everything First-Class. We t'j

failed utterly of in the Jntellectu 8pt/akel"/ '.chair togive Gllchrtit Gilchrlit.oampalgnfund.Is not to be of service If General to the For DalegalMi to the Demoor.Uo National Convention j Render Prompt and Satisfactory Ser, '

of a gleam wb..t. tbe')place meant appreciation and He whisky men in the office'01 Governor, for Bun the O.State Bowden at .large: and complete line of Drugs vice Day) or Night. All Kinds., :
fall consummately in the why should they contribute to bis
v Office would of Governor more -the slze'anu: extentof tion Why should' they be eltIC'1 .Max... C.M.Cl Brown wlaCharleaV. , and' Patent Medicines; one of the J Heavy Hauling. w- ;
his ? 'No at all.
success reason
failure in the office of Governor
hi* .
If General Gllchrtsk should be of
would be measured In the the same office pro-of ed be would owe his election to the B. Mann best assortments Stationeryever : yfi....- ,. .... "'.... .....;: ,..... """ ......
:. portion Governor which above measures that of Speaker.( ': .: whisky men :The enforcement of laws B. H. bhaokleford brought to Klssimmee; high: T ...:
Foe Detecaloa to Democratic National CoovoUon -
Is already lax. Gilcbrlst, In standing
.w', Publlo men are Judged by what tbev4iave
} done After, they have been tried for whisky, STANDS FOR A MOKE for K.tbeBeoondConsreMlow.W. Bond !DUtrlcti' grade Cigars, Tobaccos and Cigar OCOCQCOCCCOC AONet
out. General Gllchrist has had a trial
add has failed. He, lack. tbe proper laws,> .mi'i T. B. IlavU, ettes to suit the most ,fastidious; c. A. CARBON J. A. CKANrORO.. a U LUFFER.VleaPnahlant. ;
sjense of public duty; he-lacks''ability This Is' true, because the sheriffs, Pat MurphyFrank. Ptwldmt. .B.gntarri;J t
I. aDd force; he lack. dignity* Itemem- No. S
For Commissioner DUtrlc :
Coouty '
'ber'the rocking chair,'the palm leaf cue from theman higher up. and will .I. L. D. Oventreet '. 5('
x:,, 'tan and the peanut*,-and, don't. forget deal' lUhtlv with that menacing.peak 'J)T. lUaves coming Slingshot, rubbers for'ev-
the mouke,.. ': easy '*the blind tiger.To! molest. theblips KISSIMMEE
r When Ollohrtst was member of the tleer Is to cut off revenue from For County Commissioner District No. Ss ery boy in' Kissimmee; Toilet LUMBER 'CO,
House la 1003 be sat In his chaIr with the whisky men. The sale of whisky, WE, Mann .. v 1 1Rottgh
Illegal, Is for the i 8. tHralton Articles and all kinds of Drug
bis IBM on bis desk, and smoked and whether legal or pe
ate peanuts while the House was in cunlary profit of tbe whisky dealer: ..0I. Only nell elector at were goalle.dbvet. '
session.I. saw him doing this day after I. U also oontrarv to 'the law, order, at the.. flrst primary election aeld on Mar gists'' .Sundries-in short, everything -
dav. Us was considered almost a. peace and dignity. of.,Ibe State and shall be permitted' at tMs aMond. '- pressei
r big a nuisance as Well. of HilUboro, community.Gllchrist. : primary. .' thai one might \expect', to and;
when he left' off resting bIB feet smoking stands for whisky'and all In the .0' tot any. of fhe aovs ownedcounty G
: end popping peanuts long enough that carries with Iti; Stockton stands candidate withdrawing. from the oon. find in an up-to-date .D uj' Store I y
i" to Interfere with,legislation by pro acalnst whlskr and all that follow In taut for bounty Coa..ioa.\I\ Ue.. |ke,other Pine Lumber.I
pounding constitution and raising Its wake. ; ckodldmtforeatdomoel hereby deelared to can be ,found atK&immee .
frivolous parliamentary questions. ., Gllchrist Is not avowedly and openly !-' be Ib*nominee for inch offloe.Tac. I ,
b4 Aside from his J lack of fitness for the a candidate of the whisky ring, but, Demnoratlo Count KxecatlTe .,CoalttevaUaaatlSs.m. 1',
position of Governor,' General Gil- he Is tacitly and.willingly so- nod this . on Monday,JnuetZnd.19s : Drug :Co.. ,
l. + ''Christ Is In the hand.of the BPKCIAL he can not den*. ." *. meet at the court house'.. i Kl.. ........ ;
,LKTERKSTS.These: are the WHIS.k Stockton is the candid ate of the people and jmbUely eaavaas Ike returns and 'declare Prescription 'Carefulljr and HOUSE BILLS A SPECIAL fi,,:
:' STY AND COftKMlATJOW, INTER.WL -tbe moral Jaw.abldliur$ and liber fee resull of aald Primary 1I1.etle.'. ',.
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