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 12, 1908
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00337
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EDITOR that ma/deceive rood people into vote REGULAR MEETING I II .t'

JORDANDuENDS: lair against! him. '

Will the people permit themselves to -

GILCHRIST be thus deceived Of ;CIYV'COUNCIL 1' '* '

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The Vote for Governor in "Wet" --- ., 1 ', d 1 F c' ; ? '. .

Will Not Be Controlled fey tbe Ordinance Passed Regulating 61i'n .. r'. :' ,
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'!Whisky Interests. U amusing to bear the Stockton Running of Automobiles. to.: ., ," ' \ .oil". :f.;" 'f.l1l; <,"" ,,, I ,
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j claim that, Gllehnst . t p; : "
: supporter the a w,I' ,. ,. I 1 .
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Tote la the 'first primary was due. to I : : ., ,' t'" .i '!,
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HELPED CARRY DESOTO DRY t.hellquo..men. LANCASTER APPOINTED ASSESSOR .. .. . .. ',\, '
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In those counties westward of*Duval i .: t

... ....... and extending to the Apalachicola '- ", "
river Gllchrisl led Stockton in Baker, ; ." :,; .'l......' .-

.It.r .. a Church: Measber sad a Prohlasd ,. Columbia, Franklin, LaFayette! Gads- fonlm Ordered To .."lrCe.eterjr Pence.Ordl .. jJi : . '...".. i ,.. ,. ill

101..1. Would Not Support, den Jefferson. Leon; Nassau and Su-: >a.a e IntroducedIk 1t.,'I.tI.. .. '. ,. ..- "" .
t wabnee-Nassau and Franklin being -
11 Ollchrlat If He Believed. the wet. Frequenting. .( Pool I ": ,;' "

.....* Were Tr... Stockton led. GllohrfBt. In Liberty Moor. by Minors.KISSIMMKE ';.., '., ' ., '

4 Madison. Taylor land, W.ukuUa-.ti ." '. .. 1I \,
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dry counties. -- -- -- .- - -- -. . > ... .
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We are astonished. and shocked that Of the'dry counties Gllcbrist. led la TLA., June 2, 1908. t.'r'\' '

ministers of the gospel and other good, even and Stockton: In four.I The Council\ met In regular session Paint and Paper ', "" .
hrlstlans .. themselves Striking, off' all of Oilchrlst's\ pluralities I"
... there being present T. W. Kills Pre ...
,,to be used as political .' for received In these two wetooun C. L. Handy, W; J. Sears, P. A. bouse. !,, .
Mr. Stockton -and his coadjutor. in ties, he beat Stockton by. 122. votes In Vans Agnew/: City Attorney$ and Improve and protect your . '.) It

b the shameful warfare now being waged these dry counties. J. It. Gilbert, clerk. The minutes- I will .pleased to bring my 1907 :d \: .'

.: against. General Gllchrlst, who.e In the 'wet counties of the State of the last meeting/: were read and approved sample books to your house and ". '. .
neighbors know him to be one of tbe Florida at Urge Gllchrlst led Stock- reports of officers! were examined make any suggestions In the latest I.: ',1'"f "

most blab-toned honorable conscientious { ten In Dural Prauklio.; Hlllsborough and approved The following decorations that you may desire. k ." r 1 ;., a ,..

gentlemen of Florida. St. Johns and Monroe. bills were examined and- .approved Drop me a card and I will cheerfully .1'. ,.,<.;' a j. ,
The press of the State is now filled In the 'wet counties Stockton led ta ordered pa\d'to wlW' furnish estimates on paperand '. : "( ..'. xl'1 '
and Dade Lee and Marlon. painting. ; T; : : : : J
with paid advertisements Escacnbla

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T M Murphy. JsUry.mayor" .'. ..._ t 1* ""' ., .. 1-..:iJ. .
which the Browne received y : .
In overwhelmidgmajority
unblushing an I.
P" Hod ... salary as marshal. .. ..,'i. MIMI' ..
outrageous: charge la made that.. If In .the. wet county of Monroe. P C Hodres, easts... ., . .,,it f MlPOHodsee. 1 .,," ..,., i
,. General Gilchrlst Is chosen Governor Deducting GUchrist'sT. end IStock- . feed bill -; 160 aE'CE(] BARKER? ; "" ,eWhyth I Y' 'I ,.'... .
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he will be controlled by the whisky" ton's respective pluralitlea in all the J BPDann.ea1al'Jleupt Z Robereoa, eatery treasurer K 1, P-------- 1:10 aft On no , .. "', ,

element and .the corporations and we wet counties. Including Ollchrlst's plurality I K Gilbert, ealary ae clerk. . HS no ''
notice that a number of preachers and in Monroe the fact remains lit Gilbert canoeUm tax .receipts..... 8 r.o ORLANDO. FLOniDA. .111 r '" '
Christian bodies have been betrayed Ollchrlst led Stockton 353 K L Lesley clerk, ., cancelling-tax receipt I ,
some that by and reaordiiut-... t 7* .. I..j II') ,(> z:
into believing this calumny votes In the dry counties alone. K..lm..T..hoCo..phon..t/. -
.and an exerting their influence against. The following the vote In the wet W B M.U..n..t of oouncll room it./ .. 8 00 HEALTH AND VITALITY. I
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wb SarrlRPrlntinx ,- 1 M MOTTa.'NKRVINK PILLSJTli
and In favor:>> of Mr. Stockton. county of Monroe: Browne (J74, GllI C L Bandy sal. as alderman .. .. . S 00 ;
lieallzlng' the desperate nature of I Christ 217, Stockton 78.An TW Yom..s. aa alderman.. .' 100 treat Iron and toll reHtorntire' men 'I
Mr. Stockton's chances of winning effort.. Is now being made to make W 3 Beam, air as alderman .. 2 Oil aad women produces .treaatb; and the tit.lltybuilds lUormal : :r .
I ........ tb4.yat.m..d renews
J W Collier I.as auditor 1110PCIIrysn. up f
t the coming primary, and being utterly It that Gllchriat'ii vote was , or bT ,
appear witness fee .. . ....-,. .. 60n "Igor Osceota l-hmrrancy '
c .unable to find anything else tangibleto I due entirely! to .the liquor interests ACanonwllnaafoe------------ ISO mail ll-oo perbox.S box s (or*4.00,,

allege\ against. Gllchrlst. the advocates i Stockton used strategy In staling that I I.H In........ wltnese fee . .. AO I '.;}'.It./, .. ofI
,f' i be did of the Viola Klines witness 1.---------l------- M
of the former have'seized upon not want any liquor

this slander as a drowning man I> men's vole. Ollchrlat said. he 'wanted ;; 1 1 00 OtQuy I: ,Ladies'Home :'" 4.\ .I

r catches at a straw, and have Induced I the vote tf) any man that. he could gel. Ganlner witnees fee .. ... .. 100OB : a '".... : I '.' .
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I: '::41'maD)' !rood people to believe that Gilchrlst |Secretly Stockton's emissaries went.
y' is in league with the saloons i to the liquor men for support. Openly I Joe ft fiords. witness fee . . .L. ... IX "S' I ." ") +r.' ; :
c and corporations, and. If elected will\ Stockton sought an alliance with the Tom Hell.Witnees fee..-. ... 61 O .1"5 l I
Johnson, witness fee . ...1!, ... M >
be a pliant. tool in their hands.If ministers. Because he forced the 11jquor \- John pan "
witness fee------------ GOT
the editor of The Herald believed I men to sots for Gllchrlst, his W rJIIratet: .....fee .. . ... .... 1 00 I' .. '
.this charge he; as a church member { frienks claim great.. virtue for him bv Sam: Muse,wltnese C.-------------- I Ml' -
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Gilbert as eollector .
"and his \ the
a consistent prohibitionist, would .not receiving liquor vote. JRGllber'tfreightforLI'--------, !: '. ",, ,
not. support General Gllchrlst but. be i Examine these returns. .It appears W C G..... Co., mdse. . .. 10 .-..' .
J' knows it to be false as he Is well ac I that Gllchrlst received more, votes in SCO Hdw. Co, mdse . 1251Gulf J I rf
I I Roflnlnir' < o.. oil. ... : . (t 46 "e "I
with General the counties than Stockton.
quamted Gllchrlst and dry (
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South Fla. Fdy.srate bare. loo 00 I '
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knows that. no man or set of men can -Advertisement.A Weatinrhouse electric 1i.htmfe.! Co mdss. III Oon. Journal I
control or even influence him to act. ,!] --- .. eleatrio Co. mess .. y III y.. .. < :
u-.y-c.n.r.--.r.-.:=. . ... ,. -SOGeo. I ,
Last. Word from Gov. Broward. .
contrary to bis conscientious convlo-, Sessions, dimjrace). .'. ... .. ... ,1110 . t. .
I'W"" done and bis character as"one of the I Mach Brothersdrayave. .. .. 34JJDann. : I r .
tb. most high-toned and'honorable gentlemen To the People of Florida: shop work..,. .. T. . t 40 <( ,' '''' '
fi of Florida. The contest for the. high office bf Joseph Bumby.sewer pipe .... 6\(0 ' .. 10 <

If the really patriotic and Christian ;;I United SUttea Senator ,1s drawing to J R Gilbert.. street Oeirht work.on.sewer.. .. plp.*..... ... UHach OOLAIvy. 00 ., ,1 P !' ;: v .
people will\ only for a moment.consider a close aced as a float word I wish to Brothen. drmym.treet work .. 1* M J. : \ i atternsto-; "

II this charm, they will, [understand Its thank .aa friends throughout. the TWEIIh.-Darnaeulbatwhroadway. wma-Ce..lamt-r. SS lloa 01Ktee. 5 ; :;IDDJT.J'd ; ,-" .. -0": ; '"
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for their unselfish and
State ,
arrant. Injustice aDd oroperlv resent. pat.rlot.loIntere.t .. t .
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A B Bolt wrk.s esn.twyf..e. 20 ot ,i',.. .v X'"HAre !' \; ,: : -
the Insidious attempt. to make political ID my candidacy. Fred Me1nta .cemetery work.. ". e TiI AND \ ",
;r I have made appeal straight\ J w oil... eurveyinrataemetery..... 11 60Bervy
'oat's paws ofthem in the Interest of my .. "'
Mr. Stockton .' ; the people of Florid,- and from the eha raJ-.ti.-.eeJ.a partdueech.fund./.v iii.__ '. ;....' ST7 M' T 00Oes $ vi AT lt..JtEP niER. . : "' i\' t' 'Y.M .,1 +W

The calumny 'Is based the alleged ., people alone do I >expect the nomination Stats kak of....; "at.en B L ,.....,.i.. 1e H,l 'I . Best, ; mv
upon In the primaries of June' Wtb, Btats tanks.". tor os st.f>, I* 8SState Call and see my! Line of Watches. I" a t '
fact that the liquor' and 'corpo bank cCKie.. .tnt.aadheyf.ad.i' ; 1
ration people are supporting General I have made no political deals or !ita.bank etKle.rat a. a.a land ,v,,, ,.. I.. ti' I ; I ;. : ;wfl -:1', : ,: .,
combine with any person, faction -i -' ', ,' _
Gllchrlst.! We da know whether '
Dot F. McIntosh sexton\ 't" j .
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interest reportedcemetery :
this Is true. or not. but that It,1s. clique, or corporation nor I .. .
granting has any one for mesporhave I 'been fence In bad condition Any article of 3e..lr1. Promptly- Or- ;.. 'of
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,, Mr. Stockton's adherents dare not wbereepon4MeCouncil Instructed Mr. .1 'J, ,
approached by any one with any proposals .
assert'that these / tere.... have received -'' of that nature and any letters. McIntosh to order sufficient number deed .!uponRequest.. m. : I r ';.' 1''
any promises from General' of heart. pins post (price. not,' to ebb ;. ,/ f '. i ''
reports or rumors to this effect are I
Gllohrlst. The reason for thell'oour.e' absolutely' false.I oeed lOo each> to do necessary work BICYCLE: SUNDRIES. !-t'.: \" ". "q,,.ri fl, ;,"'i >v" ; -
is found in their having the ....ur..noe' > "
would ask you to beware of the I pn same. The followlug ordinancewas .; .i .' 41. '}
that Gilcbrlst Is a fair and lust ,man eleventh-hour made presented to the Council which ; 1.,.,' )' ," 1t 1\\" "I :\ .
charges against
J and will treat all Interests with imprfr- candidate too late to, be answered.My was read a second time and on motion Osceola County ,. -.Y.l." \ ','I'. ".. . ...' ,

....&.la11t..oIJPreaalolr none, dlscrltninatCflrVng opponent; and his have duly seconded was put upon Its : ',. .. ) ). ". ,'" '." .
supporters
+ against none but givingevery : ,. "" 'l . ., ;" ..1.1I
bad. ample time to 1)1'10taDd send outeverytbingthey passsge-7-whlcb unanimously carried: . :
one a "square deal ?' whereas. Mr See automobile ordinance In 'h ; ; '
another
know 'A
about me. '
disturber I I
Stockton is a bitter Abstract. Because--*
peace a candidate I. entitled to time to" deny column of this issue. Company
and relentless partisan. who with his .
any accusation made against him before An ordinance regulating the use of ,,
,chief abettors .i
baa kept Jacksonville .
pool or billiard tables or* rooms by .
the day of the primary and when ,,
,and Duval In t
county political-turmoil
literature goes out too late to be minors was presented to the. council S; H. BULLOCK MANAGER.' '
,and dissension for many years.As answered It la verr safe to conclude and read! a first. time and referred to .. I They are prettiest ': ;
to General Gllchrlst ... t. ,
being con that contains falsehoods that could ordinance committee, said committeeto ,' .{< .t ...
trolled by saloon and ele- Real estate rtl
corporation .' have been IUCIe..lu1refuted.\ report ron same .at next regular E They are simplest
6menu because they favor his CandidaJty Titles examined) and reported on
Vote for the. candidate who from meeting\ ""' ..
t we who know him beat know that ItTSnot I The president of Council and Taxes paid for non-residents. "
his record and affiliations will
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put I.Thev
most practical
Even Mr. Instrument real estate' are
so. relating to
Claude'L'Engle I Councilman C. L. Bandy Instructed .
best serve you; the people 01 were
who 4. now doing all 1 be to circulate whole/ drawn \
can Florida. to Inspect the. ditch on the irefully r.I '
this slanderand mislead good I have no paid workers going about" north and west side of town and re 1,1{ '. They are.individual, ,
Solicited.MUBIA'N
.. 'people that he may keep the' State importuning the people.' I thereforeastc' port on, same The clerk was Instructed Correspondence .. / "" .
printing, said in his paper few to l Issue school They are '
my friends to be igilaat: and un warrant on never extreme '
I5 months back tbat "the corporations. ceasing my behalf until the prl fund for 11371.7810 favor' of Osceola ?,
tf do not want, Uilchrlst, because they manes are over. I county, payable-to oohnty treasurer 'I ,They -. 'rl r
are always stylish
know they not control him TEA \ I .
pan and In conclusion I wish to remind you] as part due on teacbersgsalarels); for : .
rtv he mlghctruthfull, have said tbe fame past term. Also to draw warrants ( .
that the 'ballot Is the weapon with J" .
tMng about the saloon people: Mr.. which! you must fight. your battles for i covering interest due State Bank of i They Vareeconomlcal; ,
Knale .
"If also In his first advertisement
paid '
Kisslmmee
to July 2nd 1908.
', this principle and tbe only weapon you IS .
on "Stockton
subject '
have; and when you fall I to cast jour i Council received applications from "
44 M Governor can not put on State pro'hlbitlon L. A. Minx and
vote it. is your own Interests you are J. A. .Lancaster for
1 ,' ; tbat. power: liessolely with neglecting. and w filch will suffer. I the appointment of city assessorfor/ I }. .<1
;the people; who vote yes or the ensuing vear-after -considering AtOur PdtterHCounter.
'' therefore urge you to make every Keeps ,
direct ballot
no by
effort to go to the polls on the 1Mb, slime: on motion duly seconded motion "
e True: nor can Gllchrlst! give us State.. of June and use., the sole means at.. carried J. A. Lancaster was. appointed I t .
prohibition. The Governor absolutely your command to Insure triumph for assessor for the; ensuing'year You WelL 1

nothing to do with I the question. those principles In which. we believe at a salary of (100, said Lancaster' to tOe and 15c., -

24 the Legislature. can not. give us and for which I stand give Bond In tbe sum of 1000. :"
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Mate prohibition for Article XIX of 1' N. B. BROWARD. There being no further. business the Jaaln :

Constitution. guarantees' the Advertisement.Mr. council\ adjourned tit meet in regular
+ people of the .counties the right session,T'jesday: July 7th; 1908 at 7:30.: It Is an /I' ,fI"

to say be by their votes whether whisky .*. R. M. Chafer died yesterday T. W Eu.ls\ Pres. S dr.' ty.' ,', ;" .' f..w.t{: I
may sold in their counties Clerk.Six .
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or not, J. It. CttJUCRT .
morning at. 7 o'clock at the residence Ideal I" .,,' .1.14d
and tbe ,
Legislature can not take away rM1w : '' 'I- . ..
of her ion, Dr. R. E. Chafer on 'I' : .
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this right. This being so, and. the '" .. ,
t1= Governor having absolutely! Ninth street .Mrs. Chafer was 68 experienced woodsmen under tb e fort .I 'o! 'r' " '" ..\\Jo.Jt-w.. '):.' I.
nothing .of and had been in failing leadership Mr. Remedy ... ''''': < I.r\' .' ' ..' "
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to do with tho It will years age Archie Ollcbrlst, 01 I (''i" ;! .' ; .. .
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question appearto health for some time. She was wellkoon Jacksonville arrived here last week C ' : ''')),!,! .''' ", \

every man of common sense who is In this city as she''has resided and on Monday morning securedteams Constipalion I' ., )" .'Hil, ;,; :t\: ..., 1 '... 'fI
"daft" / ,
not oo, Stockton that the whirymen 1 ''I" t'I ,
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here almost. continually for the and horses from the i ape. ', '-<.' "
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Sunny! : ,J1< 1 '
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nothing save fair treatftnent .. ;"." .... ,4.I : :, ..
.two and while here she South stables .\\r.: \;>'.0 ., .;
to 'Southand
,- to galu-from the election of GilChrist. I. past years resided 'go In / , . \ "" '\ .. ,, ; < ... "". '
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'They and the corporations do with( her' son or with her daughter apect the-lands of the Consolidated I ., : .t / '
Mrs. 'J. W. Watson. All in this a. Mtsa '**' ": W'T' '
who Company C"ountr.' These .
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not believe that. ; '
they will get such knew her loved the pleasant and gentlemen will make a .' K'-l-, ; ."'. ,. >I. $. I.
treatment from Mr. 'lady thorough" Inspectiou ; "* \\lf1 4' ,, {\ ,
and .. 1 n
that
Stockton Indigestion '
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%' Is why they are said to be against him. deeply regret: her death. 'Mrs.tWat of each section of land be- oulte.t.taf ooIVER"1DN I -. **. < '",--V-/-.I" -*,". ,' v .*, ,

Tbe statement that the liquor Interests son and Dr.' Chafer have the sym 16ngfae to this company travelingonly '";.' ."'> 'r. -: ;'1. ' ,
path of the community In their sad about III[ miles perday, and Bilious I ,; ," I. ',' ...;tl:. ,
theist have is utterly put up without 9380,000 proof to elect Gil- bereavement. The funeral. services expect to be gone about four, weeks ""LLI. .. ... .. ..__...., ..........' #it

urination and Is absurd toe or-con-face of- will\ be held at. 8:30 this morning at Theare on a general. Inspecting I tour ae' !
on
it. It Is a matter of wide-spread belief Trinity church Rev. N. II.' Fuller for the Consolidated and came here ness !, t

that. less than one-tentblof tbatRraum ofHclatiBir.. The Interment wIll be from Lee county where they have .
f is sufficient made In the city cemetery under thedlrectlonofUndertaker lust gone over thousands of acres [ ," .r r. 7Ao'
::: to defeat any bill U0 [[.n Dyspepsia.
placed before the Legislature H. M_" King.., ,T.h'<. purpose for which this, Inspection. nraicuvocatwow. ;..
any Those who have been chosen tix pallbearers is being is known
rate a Representative.\ in.. the Legislature o made .Dot here: +roonrs '

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from Sumter openly are requested to 'assemble at L',i -.i.. J. it '. r
county r
charred several years ago that. It took the undertaking parlors of H. M. Lieut.! O. 'T; J arre1\\. of the Florid WJWWHif '11"' it'; W.i. A. tI

a only $20,000, to pass the Flakier I die I gentlemen King at. 0 will.o'clock.act. 'as'The pall following'bearers: State troops, who has.been located atGathesvllle It Is I good ;for the Liver; Kidneys, Stomach .c.: I ; , ',

fyoroe bill and the county division'committees' for.some time, Is'here on Bowels and Blood. I, "
; Tallahassee Messrs. J.J. Wilson W U. Uballe.H a visit tohisparents. Lieu Jarre) '"
aS last year Earl\ It. takes thy tjaoa of calomel and leaves 'ii,
Monforl >Jobn ,
Seymour ,
were told that they could get their bills will remain here until about the firs no bad a/( r-rflects.- ..
passed for leas than 20.000. If, these Sewell and .K. J*. Taylo.-Mlaml of July, when be expect to go to It Is needed in the 8r>rlnr| summer:. ... ..., 'J

y thing are true the whisky men would News-Record.. Tuesday. Learenwortb, Kansas to take thelaminationfor ,Fa1! and Wiolerj.' fcy u.n. Womea and I .. "

be simpletons to spend 9390,000 to elect j a commission In the lb'ldreo.- I. . ,A THEtOUTF 1'ER.' f'

a Governor, espeoiallyVhen under exJftlog Capt J. -A. Simpson. of 'Danlabl. ]. regular army. He Is >said to have It Is extnioelr palaUf.lt' :-sven children ; : .' ., . .. ", '/ ,'

laws and the present. Constitution hereto spend awhile with his made a splendid record with .the like! it. Buy a.bottle l f rvniRotersefl's r--i.., ,.,.
be can not possibly be of any set* J. W. Blmpsod And Us many old State troops, and aa Florida' Is entitled : s -
a Tteetotbenu -: friends are giving him a cordial greet \ to one ;appointment from her \ ,, .
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Bat in this. case U seems to be "aur Ing. "Tbe Captain has lust returned State organisation to a lieutenant Ptiarw y !.. . . 1 {, . ----e ,';
thing t.o''beat Oilohrtot." Tell and Irosa T.......,.where be ba.' bee1I 'visiting In the regular "rm.Lteu'-.J.rreU 111'111. ;rr D ,,R ""

publish any ,sort of_a tale or slander bis daughter. Mrs.: ;HCt Duncan. doubtless. get. tae appointment. .1 IcI$.sIMMEe;FLA. .

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-t 'RECEIVER fOR We"Il.'te'' SOUTH TO BECOME IRON (CENTER.; hove GLENN'S EULOGY 'i oRGIA1I GUBERNATORIAL CONTESTThe ; TWO BAD GALAMITIES UTE-NEWS-.--.OTB.General. .


..... Sa States Mr. Snyder' LeadingIron _" Hottett Political) Campaign Eva. f.
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Matter. of Pituburf. / S Waged. ia the SteU. King Edward, Queen Alexondra UTht
Wheeling and Lake Erie Ry.: Over Grave* of Confederate in Atlanta Deadly, Work Done by Gas in Princess Victoria are visiting the eat-.
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Baltimore, M d.-Tha ,future of the da-This state Is Just meabverlng'4'from .peror of Russia. A'' large suite accom.
Unable to Meet Demand.. Iron 'Industry"of this country. In the National Cemetery. the gubernatorial
south..was, tha statement.made by Mr. which -'took' place Thursday. In Charles Uardlnge, permanent; unders'ecretary -.,
lgVOLVED W. P. Snyder, a leading Iron master'of which Mr. Joseph 'M. Brown defeated -- of the foreignofflca.. The

_ URGE SUM I IS Plttsburg :Fa. In pointing out reason GLENN AND SIMS ORATORSNorth Governor Hoke Smith, tbe Incumbent TORNADO SWEEPS DYER IOWAProperty cruisers Minotaur and AcUlliei. and.
for his faith In the great futureof I 'The campaign was the !hottest ever four torpedo boat destroyer met the'
| Southern Iron Interests Mr. Snyder waged In Georgia and for the firs yachts at Kiel and, escorted them tq
Watfc LtI..t.d to Co. $16.009,000 laiBconpUr said that within six years the ship time In the history of the state the Reval Emperor Nicholas- entertain
Carolina Governor Look Fow rd H.ad of ,
and
Dtrof Many
After ol ments of Lake ores will reach as governor was successfully opposed for -d his guests at. luncheon and Uruer|
Eap.a.fU"uo much as 60.000,000 ton a year, and. to time Day Whan North and South his seat at the end of his first term In Stock klllJ-Ch.rU. City Suffcrmi aboard the Russian Imlerlalht '
Over 940,000,000. In connection with reference to the office. The contest was fought on line: Edward returning thai '
Will Join ,In Memorial D.'y. Standart, King
the Moat _
rapid depletion of tbe Lake Superior personal and general. )Ir. Smith'scause compliment to tbe Russian emperor
.. was fought through the Atlanta I
supplies under this tremendous drain' ; and

_ _ -Toledo$ Sg,7 ,1.047 Oblo.-oD due the. datm.National.ar aggre8atI3 ; t he spoke which of Is the taking very, great place development In the Washington, D. 'C.look forwardto Journal whirlwind and fashion canvassed, covering the state every in Sllvertoii. Coio.-Six men 'are dead, 1 Charles empress.Henry Brent bishop'of .th*

-\Vneel Company of New York the south based on tbe Iron-ore and coal the, day when, .those of the north corner Mr. BrOwn had no news "Ight other..In a critical condition and Philippines, baa declined to accept the

______' :Wheeling and Lake. Erie railroad wan resources of this section. Th heavy and those'cf the south will.join alike paper organ 'In particular to champIonhis thirty more are temporarily confined post of bishop of Wa hlngton, In suc-. ,

I thrown Into the hands of a receiver sale of Iron' at Birmingham for future in dec.oraUnlI'the;. graves of. their common cause, but several In general. The I to'' their hom.g.' .by' gas poisoning suffered cession. to' thj late Bishop Satterlee '.

toy tbe United States district judge delivery, amounting during the past dead." Augusta Chronicle was a force for him I 'In the Gold King mine at GJadi to which office Bishop Brent was .
'W. W. Taylor. The petition alleges two weeks probably 500.000 tons. In middle and south Georgia and while Stone.Fire. electedlast month. The declination; .. ,
_ _ the total Indebtedness.of the Wheeling This was the sentiment voiced by i the fol'owlns to .
: Indicates the steady expansion at that the Atlanta Constitution and Atlanta destroyed the engine house of 'is made In ) mcasasa >
_ _ to be ,upwardl ot 128.000,000.I. : and the announcement madeat Governor! Robert 13, Glenn 'of North Georgian claimed neutrality they his notIfication: "MJst:\ .leclliu. I
point the
gave mine, and also the shaft house.
B. A. VYorthlngton of Cleveland.) vie', Carolina to a vast assemblage 'gath ,Mr. did. would have gone, but God bids'rae> '
Brown
iTelebratlon of the. opening of tbe right of way. lie :Tbe two buildings wera near tbe door.
ered Sunday in the confederate "
and ) oftbe section -
president general manager received for the Illinois,Central's line to tiat city of Arlington National cemeteryto not make a speech during the cam of. the main shaft, and to prevent the may. URBNT. '
Wheeling, was appointed that that road had given a contractfor eommemorate'Confedei-ate Memorial paign but remained' In hU suburban spread qt the flame and smoke to the A suburban-train on.t' e PassalcaiAi:

the road bond and Immediately-qualified of $100,000 famished by by 40.000 tons ofBirmingham rails Is Day, Governor Glenn and Representative home. In :Marietta discussing through working of the' mine, thesb doors Delaware branch' of the JJelawarV'
filing a tit' significant Illustration of how rail- the and documentshis Lackawanna ald'utern railroad
of Sims'of press campaign were closed 'temporarily. Tha 'men
Tennessee
he
I. 'wer (
the United States corn ,
Baltimore. Surety pan road and. industrial development In the orators side of the quetslon. Honorable working the night shift In the mine known as the "millionaires' express.."

It I said- that the trouble of tbe South_ go hand In hand arid la suggestive Aftrar paying warm tribute to Gen Thomas Watson, candidate for Ireal.! were Informed of the condition on was 'wrecked: by Spreading ralU nearMlllingtru '

Wheeling: and Lake Erie road have 1 of. a turning' toward revived Industrial -' eral Kobert K, Lee Baying that he dent of the Populist party supported the surface and Instructed to withdraw .'11. J.. and several (person

their (foundation in the building of the j activity. was one of the greatest chieftains that Mr. Drown When the flames had teen ,?x.tlngnlshed -.- were hurt. The Injured are: Frederick -
Vittihnr rtnluals. I the world has produced Governor Ills campaign was managed by Mr three men failed to coma P. Olcott president, of the Central .
'- -- - WATERWAYS COMMISSION RENAMED. James' K. Smith Governor Smith dls .. Trust of New: York badly .
This work was started under President Glenn made a significant reference to out of the mines. Efforts to. rt-n< io company ,
', Karnsey...wbo belUved he could --- -- General Grant. "Every true' southernman missed Mr. Brown as chairman of th them wera made. Ths first men to bruised and lacerated. Fred JJ./;Val
put the work through for 116,000,000, Roosevelt Will Continue Members If respects Grant for his kindness Georgia' railroad commission soon alter enter the mine. returned In haste and entin, -Iiaiseman of Newark, ""rlaH ./

but which has already rnn UI (o over Congress Falls.; at Appomattox" he said, 'and tIme taking his seat as governor las Informed those 1n waiting that the broken and bruised. H. V. Llndiburof // .
4iO.000.QOO with the work still uncom -Washington( D. C.-Carrying out his southland would not rake up an error year The official returns will' give mine waa filled with gas. New York counsel for the Pruden- -

pleted. Other matters. which are )laid declaration to the conference of governors ,of the past to brand his character." Mr.. Drown a majority. of close: to Two rescue (tartlea wore formed,' tlal Life Insurance company, sprains ''

to have rushed the matter of a receivership that should congress fall to provide "1 can trtubfully say" continued the J2,)OO votes.. and the men started Into the mine In and bruises.' Assemblyman H ncy f A.
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are a note of a million dol. for the continuance of the Inland govqrnor, "that I long to tie tbe..day ------ groups of five by means of the electric Young elf Newark: brulft a. :

c" Jars. duo In August and ,an |goOO.OOO waterways commlslon, he should: con. when the name of Abraham Lincoln PtfSTAGE REDUCED. elevator. The air generated by I Governor Masked tf Oklahoma, has
mortgage whlcu falls due with a few tinue It by executive act and codgress and Ulysses Grant shall bs loved and lbs motion of the elevator had cleared alened: the famous hotel Inspection bill
% months, with no funds available u having failed to take action on the respected In every nook and corner Rate Between U. 8. and England To the atmosphere In the elevator shaft commonly known\ as the "nine-foot

meet .them.r .. subject President Roosevelt reapjilnted of the old confederacy, and when the Be Two Cents an Ounce. so that but little discomfort was experienced sheet" bill, because of the provision

% the 'members of that commission. names of Lee and Jackson will be Washington: D. Postmaster-Gen. : there Soon after a scoi'a that the upper sheet oar all hotel. beds

AN EX1'LUIUN inllSER,. cheered In :Main.*, :Massachusetts and eral Meyer announced that an agreement or more of rescuers had entered the must be long enough to turn back :2 I 1-3
.
In doing so he made public the fol. California." bad been reached with the UrltIsh mine' come of those last In appeared feet over the other covers. S *
A St&lp.8ur.t. on the Tennessee, lowing explanation: at the foot of the elevator shaft "
The governor In justifying the notion carrying *
government providing for a letter Judge Buiwtt. In circuit court at*
Killing Four "In view of tli 3 desirability of con. of the south In seceding from the postage of 2 cents an ounce betweenthe the unconscious! forms of rescu Salem. Oregon sentenced J. Thorn- '

,; ''San Pejro Cal-A terrible accident tinning: the work of the Inland water. union, said that the southern peopledid United States and Great Urltalinnd ers who had succumbed to the. noxious -. burg lions the Portland banker to

occured on board the United ways commission the president -has that for which they had no apologies Ireland (o become operative October air.Later five years Imprisonment and to pay
Stale armored cruiser Tennessee at : requested those designated last year, to make, and what they would do 1, 1908. He stated further that a party, reached the surface., a tine of. $576,094.: lioss recently was
Whf.e the'with the exception of Alexander Mae. bringing he dead of Victor Er-
11:08 Saturday morning. again under similar circumstances.: the lirltlsli postmaster-general! SYd- body convicted cf wrongful con>.ier ion oC
,' H Kanzle, chief engineer war dspartIruent :: Ickson and the almost lifeless' bodiesof
.hlp was steaming at in kuou on Governor Glenn spoke of tbe rapid ney Huxton was making a like announcement school funds *
peed trial .off Point Pueuene, Cal.. a who has ''retired to continue strides Uie south) has made In material I to tbe house of commons John Sumston and Otto Johnson, '
team pipe In the starboard engine their services on the said commission prosperity since the close of the war. I The matter of a "penny postage" the three men whose absence caused On the Delaware river at Philadelphia

room burst under 23S pounds' i'reuare 'Jid: has also requested Senator Wlli Me said the wealth of the south In as It Is called In England, baa been I the necessity for rescu work. The Pa., an explosion occurred In a 'S'
I
killing four men and ,i'jjurlnd ten i Irani E. Allison Representative Joseph 1868 was 12160.000000 whila In 1907It i under consideration'! :! for some time and : Others who perished or were Injured launch which killed one and luj'jrvdfifteen. ,

others, all of the men in the compartment | E. Ransdell and Prof. Geo. F. Swain, was .estimated at $17,000,000,000. ,as fatback AS last July President were of tbe rescue parties. S
tha I the Massachusetts Institute of Tech John S. Leach who succeeds C A.
at the time. Tbe explosion Stating that the gouthjias patientlyand Roosevelt approved :Mr. jueyer'scourso '
.. cause of which is unknown, occurred nology to serve oa members." faithfully borne Its part In payIng In urging a "restricted. union Charles City Iowa. A tornado Stlllliigs as public printer at Washington ).'
only a few minutes after Admiral With the above the persoiine) of the the pensions of the-union soldiers with England." struck Charles City Sunday evening has arrived from :Manila where. ., ',
Howard commission Is follows demolishing about 200 buildings of various te has been director of printing for .>
Urlel Sebree, Captain F. B. as : Kspresentatlve Governor Glenn declared that this nation At Berlin, Germany a high officialof T-
,
Chief Robertson! had lUjrto'n. chairman Senators sizes and killing W. It. Heck seven years.Editor '\
and Engineer ; should unite In caring for the confederate tbe German postofflce was ..
tour of in- William Warner, Francis O. Newlandsand questioned and a child. Three children are reported -. :: Burkhalter
left the engine room on a dead as well as the union regarding the Possibility of extending J. K. of the Tat-
section.jRear I. John H. liankhead ; ClIfford Pin. d>3ad. this reduction to Germany. missing. nail Times find Congressman! Charles
j Admiral Sebree- himself escaped chot chief forester department of agrlcultlre Representative Slms._ who follo''d.declared He expressed himself as In favor of The path of the storm was about\ Edwards came to blows Ou the rear

death or serious injury In the I I -F. H. Newell director of the 'that the southern people the Idea but he pointed out the financial ten.rods wide and ten miles long. Tel. platform of a Srarboard Air Line trainat
fated Ore pit -111 a mere moment' ', reclamation service; herbert Knox would never forget tftelr Ideals. difficulties from which the United ephone wires are down and tin details Collins. Ga.. Monday. Cdngrexs'man
time. I'I Smith chief of the bureau of corporations The exercises\! were under the auspices States and Germany' would suffer a* to the destruction wrought Edwards took exception to some "

He had left the room where' the ; Dr.V.. a.: McGee, departmentof of Confederate Veterans' Association -I shouts such a reduction 'with Germany the country are meager. articles appearing In Hurkhalter's paper .,
explosion occurred not 60 seconds before j I agriculture. Camp No. 171, District of Columbia be carried out. The tornado started three miles and the quarrel resulted. !
'.the fatal blast.. Tbe admiral the United Sons of Confederate -- -- Routheait of town, tearing down farmhouses l
Eugene Jfpson' aged 50 years, ofNew
stood In the engine room adjoining I WOODMEN() SEEK 5350,000. Veterans the United Daughters of USED KNIFE WITHOUT' PRICE'(; and barns, and killing many York ]leading) man In a vaude rf

the flre 'roorn:>> '; with Cr.'f Engineer tin Confederacy and the Southern Relief head of stock. It.struck tha south villesketch at .1 f Robertson aQd, CaptaJIl tioward.; His j Order Had 'That Amount on Deposit Society of the District of Colum World Famous Surgeon Merciful to west Jiart of Charles City plowing a Cleveland Ohio dropped dead of heart ... (

first intimation of the tragedy was as j |In Failed Bank. bia. Music was provided the thirteenth Waifs of Chicago. path through to the northeast side disease In his dressing room Monday ,

.:be 'mounted tbe ladder and a half- J j Cliarlton:: la.-Head Banker C. II.McNlder0 United States cavalry band Chicago III.-Spurning the gold of and spent Itself a few .miles from when an aarmofflrewas! sounded.
naked fireman leaped past him u0er- stationed at FortI'er.: The Invocation town .. f
of the Modern Woodmen of millionaires, Dr. Albert Jensen. .of
I Many had warning of the approach.
jag, from severe scalds. I f America, has filed a claim for. U O.OOO and the benediction were delivered Berlin, one of the greatest eye and Ing tornado and sought safety In cyclone Washing-ton. ,

hJ ACTOR BECOMES TREACHEL(; i against the F. E. Crocker estate The respectively by Rev. Dr. Randolph ear surgeons In the world, operated, cellars. Gov. H.P. Glenn of North Carolina {:
''notice states that McNlder designatedI McKlni, chaplain Camp 171, and Rev. out of and without 1
.. pure mercy price, Hams were carried several blocks i was .among those who paid their respects
I First National bank of Cbarfton.j H, Waddell Pratt chaplain Washington oh two unfortunate waifs of the tenement .
I Declares Actors Are Particularly Fit. which Crocker was cashier and'i ii camp.}. Among those on the speak *. trses were torn up by the roots and to the president recently. AK
In instances heaved thronglbuildings. though Governor Glenn Is a democratand
i some
ttd .for.the Pulpit \I I manager as one of the 'depositories ers' platform were Mrs. Fltzhugh Lee i The, skill of the famous surgeon for Water was lifted from the .n ardent supporter of Mr. Bryan ,

_!.1 New York City.-Aft r upending 1 /ortba Woodmen' funds\ 'and his action and Robert E. Lee Jr., grandson of which the wealthy men .and women ol channel'' the river. which flow he la nevertheless an admirer of '

'thirty year a* an actor Reginald Bar- was approved by. the board of directors the confederate general. As has been" Chicago In .vain have begged and through town.UJITOIICUIMED1Y. Roosevelt and be took occasion to assure ,
low son of "Milt" C. Barlow once of a of the Woodmen. On October their custom, the' president and ,Mrs pleaded with offers of fortunes, and the president that it tart! next occupant

jrrontlnent minstrel show has announced -! 1, 1907. the bank failed.A Roosevelt: sent' a beautiful floral con- which at .last was given for nothing, (; DEATH. of the"blte' House Is to be a
the copy of a bond, which Is now alleged "trlbution. resulted in The
-i. that he Is to enter mIDI.trf.1 two cures., children republican. no 'one would be .more acceptable
4Utrlng asht 'ambition 'the reconcilia- to be a forgery Is attached to DISASTROUS WRECK IN MARYLAND. wbo had been deaf, were made to hear. Olin R. Baaflirly of Atlanta, Ga., to him than. Mr. Roosevelt
f lion of the church and stage be said: the claim. Thll' bond Is tIle security Dr. Jansen came across the sea to Close U..ful'Llfe. himself. ''S
'
'whsn Reed Banker McNlder had against ".5 \ I,S attend the S
; "Ia my opinion, every actor recent sessions of the
be becomes fifty or sixty: years old, it' loss of money lithe .bank, and Is for .Train. C rryIng ,Crowd to.Naval Add' American Medical 'Association, The Atlanta Oa.-Olln R .no< lowing
$400,000. Besldsg the of F. R. children year of age died Sunday night at recess 'appointments of postmastsrs -
ne 1* still In the profession, should become name emy Commencement. upon whom Dr. Jansen operated .
f a minister. His natural vocation Crocker, nine signatures appear on and to. whom be restored their his home.( His death was the end of John W. Jackson, Columbia.
Eight dead, one dying. and eighteen Tennessee T. L..AVren-.Austlu, Texas. '
baa be3n appealing to all sorts of the bond. hearing are Willis Simpson, 8 years a remarkable.-devotion to his chosen ; ,
Thla'bond vent to'Mr. I Injured la the list of casualties of the work. Mr. Uaggarly had been connected According to cable 'advices r-9ceiv 4 "
I women and men and he has seen allconditions. ,' was, Crocker old, and Marlon Stahler, 3- years old.
It-. Is perfectly natural al- oh July 25 190G, 1 but>> the nine other terrible wreck on Washington, Bal It was Impossible for the fathers with the Atlanta Newspaper 'at the Japanese embassy in Washing--' '

,, ;JM that; wben, a man has devoted the men whose names appear, state positively timore. and Annapolis electric line and mothers of these children of pov. Union as editor for twenty-elgh ton, the area of disturbances In Corea
greater part of hi, Ufa'to*making people that th'Sy never signed such 'a when two cars crashed in a bead- n erty to gaIn an audience with' the years. In that time he bad missed has been gradually diminishing and ,;
laugh be should want to g-U down bond. collision at Camp Parole two miles world-famous Berlin surgeon. But but one week from his office. For order has been restored along the
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to serious things. There I I. bound to ,above: Annapolis. they wrote him two pathetic letters In the ..cast several] years however. be railway lines as wr.1I as In most of tbe '. R
(&. come atime In the life of every man NEWSY_ PARAGRAPHS. Among the most"seriously Injured Is which they told him of the great affliction had been suffering from spinal I trouble districts Important for communicationand '
)Manager William E.: Slaughter of the that kept him in continual agony. Indimtry.Wlth the recent rein. .-
and woman' when ,he or she must - that had befallen their little
'company, who lost a little daughter Despite this fact he kept at his work. for. eu.ent of
think serious';things. 'The American Smelting and Refining ones, and begged him to cure them. Japanese troops In
'r .- company declared quarterly dividends and Harry Jacobs. Finally one day, a week before his Coreu the work of suppression Is 'I nrc.

,THE DIVORCE EVIL' of 1 per cent on the common' The regular train from Baltimore, WASHINGTON( GIRLS OUT LATE. death, he had to be carried home from greasing satisfactorily and the roster ,, ,
I I stock and 1- 3-4 per cent on the pre carrying a large number of persons -- his office by his associates. Though lion of order throughout: the country
'U Cardinal Logue Warns the American ferred. out to Annapolis to attend the hop at almost In a dying condition lIe had Insisted Is shortly expectsd.
President )Ie Asked to Favor a Movement
dashed Into
Academy an
the Naval ,
People--Pleated With His Visit, Extensive commerce between China rounded the to Curfew. on getting out nine columns of Senator Thomas P. Gore, the blind ,
extra a* the two curve news before being taken
In* Of- Hew- York : City.-Cardinal Loguor and various ports of the world .but | away. senator from. Oklahoma Is to remain!
--:, above C&hip' Parole. I Washington, D. C.-The presidentI ; Mr. Baggarly'was the Hon of the
who -has been on a visit to this counter more especially between that countryand Those who witnessed the collision I has been asked to look after the late Rev. F. W. Uaggarly of Senola, Washington in an effort to regainhis

_I' oL. has sailed for. Ireland. Befora he the United States by way of San are of the opinion that the speed was I spiritual welfare 'of the rollerskatinggirls Ga. lie leaves a wife and five children sight under special treatment at"the ,

_ embarked he.expresed. bla pleasure et Franclso, ft the object of the Laing; In excess of 60 miles! an hour and the of Washington who are largely one an Infant only four weeks Episcopal hospital. lie said the '

the reception given him in,.. this coun-.II Yuet Chinese Merchants'- Steamship two motormen failed to see each other. in[ tbe majority. This ia because of old, three brothers and two sisters. treatment was experimental and' bo
had little of
.. hope
try and added: company recently organized at Can. ) succees.
until within fifty yards. the late hour observed 6y the roller- .
k America" has a glorious future before I ton. The capital stock of the company The woman In' ball dress who at' skater I OPERATIONS ARE RESUMED.One Speaker" Cannon Senator IlerulEii-, '

-)t' her If she be but true to the Idea Is $10.000,000 and headquarters have first unidentified was later discovered It was suggested to him that young I i --. -" way of Indiana. Representative Landis I

ef the founders of the republic already been opened at Canton. to bY! Mrs. Qreen. womer ought not to be out offer 10 --Hundred Men Go to Work at of Indiana and L. Wv Busboy, secretary -

"If, I may be allowed to-draw a mes- Professor Paul ,R. Henry of Virginia, The dead are: A. II. Schultz of Baltimore -' o'clock at night unattended'; and that Gadsden. to the speaker; )left Wasnlngton: '

_ 'auge I should like to say to the Amerl- a great-great-great-grandson of the i Charles O'Neill.: .motorman, of the best way to remedy the' alleged!, Chattanooga Tenn.-The' plant of on an automobile tour which will
can people that the alArming Increase illustrious Virginia patriot, Patrick New York; Richard Norton of Armoui 3VI1 Is to enact a curfew law. The the Gffdiden Pipe and Foundry have for Its destination the country, ':.;,(.

": in the number divorces In the Unit-4 Henry was elected by the .board ot education -I &Co., Baltimore; James 1... McDa.nlel, i Washington girls are vowing: that no at Oadsden Ala. which.com baa home of lU'presenintlve Landla at ,
pany ,
ell States Is a. great and crying evil curfew shall Delphi, Ind. An extra automobile Is
as superintendent of the Washl employee- the company Baltimore; i ring Washington, but beep closed for several a
-Onli- n' .IR0'P' ..AZT'b' l, ingtod public schools to fill) 'the vacancy George Screlner, ..watchman for the I the president has agreed to take up sumed operations with a/months force re of being carried for the baggage and frequent '

W1 ;, greatness; of any country musth caused)' the resignation of Superintendent company at Academy Junction; G-H the case with the district, commissioners about 100. The working force stops will be made en route '
measured by the strength and pasrlty -I Thomas G. Wilkinson. There \V. Green, Jr.,. architect In construction I one of whom is a gallant army officer be increased will the objetc of (the trip being recreations, .;r
[ as soon as the White
v' of.the home. Divorce disrupts the were. forty-one applicants for the posl- of' Soldiers' Home; Mrs. George I and the, two others genial, for. plant Is started, which will| be within and relaxation: after! the BtrtuuoJr 4

fcome- and,_desecrates Its'sanctity.1" ; tlon. W. Green, his wife., mer newspaper! men. two weeks. dais of congress. :

ROBBERS ARE (;oRRALLED. I lOne of the subjects that will be NEBRASKA. PRICE(; OF BEEF
: brought before congress early In the CYCLONE IN_ ADVANCED. ROCKEFELLER'S MOVE. Representative Sims of Tenneiee .q'I
1 next session will be -proposition to has been designated by Chairman .
? '...... Who' Have Been Terrorizing provide a suitable ,statue of Washing Reports Received from Cyclone Swept Advance From Half Cent to One and a Will Cultivate Oranges on His Estateat Mann, of the house special committee

T .Plttsburg Caught ton for the east front of ,the capltol.! Sections-Add Victims.! Half. Cent Per Pound. to investigate the paper end wood
PltUburg. 1> Pocantlco Hill*. pulp Industry. There are pulp mills in- ,
a.-In a desperate attempt Mrs. Catherine Roxburgh Jackson Chicago 111.-Wholesale prices of
t to from Omaha, Neb.-Reports received here New York City.-John D. Rockefeller North Carolina, and Virginia for walcb.
escape a small house, of London, England, sued for a dacla-! dressed beef took an upward jump of
ta which County' Detective John F. ration' .of the nullity of her marriage place the knowndead, In the southern half to one and one-half cent a poundas Is about to begin the erection east Tennessee furnishes much'of tbs> ,

: Knglert. and a posse '.of citizens had with Herbert Parry Malpas Jackson, Nebraska tornado at. 23, ana possibly a result of sharply decreased supplies of an orangery on his estate at Pocan- wood The used In the industry fr .

; corralled a gang of allegedbandits, formerly an artist in Liverpool. Mr. 25, with three or four points yet to in packers' coolers; and more general tico, Hills. senate committee on finance '
-r: f Thomas Trevors, was shot; down by Jackson Is now an Inmate of a lunatic demand for fresh meats. Butchers which wag authorized to make an Investigation r
Mr. Rockefeller
hear from and a coraspondlng large takes great interest the'recess
of the tariff
list of Injured. With every line of the cultivation of oranges and has a of congress to be In readiness ,
Knglert was shot three time., but none he was Insane, when she married him. from the depression resulting trees
& of the wounds are considered of a danearous A remedy. for rabies I I. believed to communication by wire closed to the from the recent financial de- his great gardens.variety To of enhance bearing their fruit In to winter take up a revision of the tariff next ,.

j / character. Trevors Is reported have' been discovered at last In Paris. stricken points, It has been well nigh suiting from the recent financial stringency and them the growth will .hold Its first'meetltig for ,
preserve
'trees this
_____ s; to have been struck' six and will be purpose about the middle of July
by or- seven Dr. Augusta Marie, chief of the laboratory impossible to secure dstalls of the u ballets,' and h-. fell in his tracks In of'the Pasteur Institute, ha ; consumption of meats' "necessitatedthe winter months. under the terms or the new curren
tornado but
the "
struction wrought, by "
front of the house The advance-
shooting occurred been experimenting for several cy law,
rears'With' Plans for the passed by
building have been congress In the clos .
at Belle Bridge, a small mining the modified treatment'for advanced ufflcl-ant baa been, received to show In the cattle market beeves on the pleted. It will com ing hours of the last seslon. banks '
cover plot ,
a of 200x .
town about two mile from Elizabeth) cases of rabies like that ot Mr. that it is the worst of Its kind which hoof were sailing taeJilghest prices feet and will be twenty-five 0 In which funds of the government are ij
feet In
I a, ':-*' *&*.? ,, ( :'. I Morsh. of: Brooklyn, recently. has ever'visited, the state attained since 1906. height. deposited must hereafter pay Interest* '

PASSES : Five persons suffered severe injuriesat of 1 per cent per annum for use of
mDIYlDfNDt. HARMS. ,
TRIAL OF BEACH BACH TO ATLANTA. .
)P Brooklyn when VETERANS VISIT POINT. such funds.
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Missouri Pacific. Actopis' wildly through the strait, 'attackingei.y : .. --- --- A falling off of
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"Conferva.tlvtT Alleged Forger Arrasettd In New Jer- -r---- over a half million
"" I I. to October Term of
It Postponed
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Polk/.. > one It.pu.ed unti)it was kill-' Several Different 'Confederate Bodies cubic yards In excavation on the "
New York '' ed.; All persons who were bitten : Court. tey' Wanted In Georgia, Shown Courtesy Isthmian canal for May as compared
CItT.-f-Tha' Missouri '
', .Par were advised to seek the Pasteur treatm Lexington,. 'KyjIn th-i BreathItt I Newark N. J.-Charles W. with
t.. ''dfl Railway 'company omitted Its.uI&DDUai Sharp, Highland" Falls N. Y.-Wast Point April Is shown in a dispatch received ,
'.-. dividend which nt.' S q circuit court at 'Jackson 'the case of who was arrest 3d at the'request of,U- was thrown the at the canal commission Washington --' -
to
has been open Confederate
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'declared for' President Roosevelt will issue 'with-. : Beach Hajgis, charred with the murder lanta, Ga., official w.ho said he' was veterans from Engineer Ooethals. The\
of Nw
several years camp York
;" at X 1-J cent. at the rat-a, In' a few per. President George I.I' 1>3 "white1 'continued until the. October term ;be Dixie: :
declaring war upon the' was having obtained $1,500 from bank of rainfall. Tha May excavation '
Gould said Club and the Daughters was
: after a meeting that the of the Con
if A bOard of directors regarded It slave traffle bitween' the United of' court. Both' side desired :a con that city by "means 'of ''bogus .draft, eracy' and their frIends fed- but 2,708,924 cubic yards. .
-i to as aconservative State 'and. foreign 'countries.i .*-,_ ;I- tinuation.; The, trial was .continued.aCaUse was taken to Atlanta',' 'Th* party arrived President' Roosevelt! hid an excee**'
policy no' boat
' pay dividend Directors "of, the American : of '-the 'republtcsn''prlmal'7 by There ,
bacc ( The similar
at i police say that charges Ingly narrow escape from' a' serlotfi
were
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t '.*..ralnc .would Justify'paying the company's dlvlHsattsat ; ,I company declared a election! oa June '%0,. both the, circuit: to ;those In :Atlanta) are : pending party and in honor of their in tho accident while horseback 'riding In.
'rreferreclla.tock.
dend 'of 1 1-S per' cent,on .r judge ,and comMonwealtb'attorney against Sharp''In'' San FrancIsco presence I Rock
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......................................... to forgive T I come.. b.ro" comfort THE/SUPEMOR. .
.. -.-.........-..... .. \: you: Alma sent) me ov.I"her.elfitt.: ,
:, I badnt corns she. would bave thrown" '

me over which, I do assure you she Shows More Artistic 'Taste,, Asore is '

t.ffifJHlrCANO !;S WAR}) : i trouble has not,' done.she said'Your'therefore father is your In Than Woma.n in Dress dangerous, malady a f''bur

I I place Is by, bIB side..' Was she not and in Food.

X101 OR A TALE OF MotEl MIDHESS.IN { ,. i id met'/right Are *you 'not glad to bare you don't need to:
... : ,
'. I .- -,-,'-", -------- I I a "Glad! Was 1 ever, so happy be..' tj H. fURL HUMPHRY.'' tie a sock around
PAVN- ( f,
.- ", BY JAMBS ; '; if1a."" I fore. Heaven forgive me for doubt. believer '
I.-... .. --.-..... .......---._. 0M Ing Us toodness!-that should. ever .' The most enthusiastic In'the neck to it. 'Ji
cure
des
+ .-.......-....-........._........ e-. be happy) again: 'superiority 'of woman not your ,
For the moment all his misfortunes pretend that she la perfect and unapproachable .
CHAPTER XVIII IB haps he was thinking of the canon's were, forgotten. The "days ,lu at all points. While
Continued. wrongs, as Robert was doing; for which be had seen,evil" had melted the most famous dressmakers and BALLARD.SSNOW
.Well, tbere are no quotations' yet, both remained client for a little away. 'While looking at his stalwartson the"'mo.t famous chefs are men, we i
of course) ," ,,while with compressed lips; or per' ha seemed to, derive from him shall have sad 'as': It' may be, jto; admit tk/ ,
"Why I thought they were a-lay- haps ho was thinking "Though he some of his health and strength and (hat in some things men have -
ant hurt your father more, ,he may done better than we bave. These _
Ins five or six to' one against the looked ten days younger. UNiMENT '
Brlarroot fllly." . l+lurt others.." "And Aunt Maria?" Inquired .the two subjects are .especially! within
"Tut! Your.mind Is always feedIng It was a subject of wonder to many young man."Wonderful. , the oman', domain ant'yet In their''
,- l.., '\ on horseflesh' returned'the of the canon's acquaintance that on ." returned his father. higher aspects she Is' coptent '.to be .Will cure Hint throat in short ord >r. -_ ,
other ,contemptuously.l "I meant hat sudden loss of fortune caused by "You know what a good soul she always led by raenrThis seems strange' at .1 Dsllard'a Snow Liniment ponotraten too poras> promot! -
there are no quotations on the S., S., i "Injudicious speculation" he had not was, but;she line developedlntol:. 'first sight. "Indeed, It has 'been usedas f las i troo circulation, giving the muscle moro elasticity.

1 atu plct." hidden his head in some out-of-the an angel ..Not word of reproach f reproach, But after. alt, ther* h111UMATISMCUTSSPRAINS, BRUISES '
Not till"the,:train ,stopped at thee Nay locality instead' of remaining in nay, of regret-has ever dropped are a number of reasons that make CURES SOLD .
ticket platform did the young gentleman a place where,he bas been wont to bethought from her lips. One cannot gauge: the U quite a natural state ot affairs. It WOUNDS, ALL SORES STIFF JOINTS

In the corner begin to awaken.hlch' so highly of, I goodness of a' good woman Robert, ls still true, aa Burton said In his BURNS AND PAINS.
.
He had taken a house In Providence man's "'" "Anatomy of Melancholy," that
he did with much yawning and it is beyond plummet.
stretching;, one would bave eatd that Terrace-which, he said: 'with'his The young man nodded adhesion :'Cookery is become an art, a noble GAVE INSTANT RELIEF. ''

)'he had either been undergoing great old smile ought to show that, not' "Alma Is,Just, like that," he said science; cooks are gentlemen.. I Henry Stone Provo Utah'writes: "I have used Banard. 'fI
bodily fatigue of late or must have withstanding all that had come and simply;' < -A woman's'' knowledge, of cookingis I Snow Illnimont for Neuralgia, Tooth-ache and Bore Throat-!
,been, a very lazy young nian indeed. gone be bad "no bad feeling'a almost entirely a knowledge of which upon applloalloa Rave me Instant relief. I can reoom- '| 4.. '!I
;No sooner bad he departed from his little TOW of buildings on Parker's CHAPTER XIX. how to prepare things thatstrill) taste mend it ft* being the beet Liniment 1 have over used iI '0W1DK '
companions, however and found himself Piece an airy space to look upon but nice. She thinks of every,, dish as pain canned troia Neuralgia., oto." a
ln-a cab, than all-trace of sleepiness dangerous as 'a pleasure ground by- Ill In College. an entity, and she seldom' considers PRICE 25C SOc.AND' $1.00 r

Y "t""" vanlshed.j . light in his eye and an lngr ring In football to the small shot used at went over to sea him. .. .cede and follow it., She has expert-,
r 'ills voice as he exclaimed to himself:' rounders always flying about. It ", asa His sitting-room was-a large and ence of tastes, but no Instinct for Ballard Snow Liniment. Co.;

"That 'man,, again! 'How strange very tiny dwelling; the door opened handsome one, looking upon Neville's suggested flavors. The "Physiologic/ .
that his cursed name Is the first to upon'a passage so narrow'that even Court. The door which communicated du Gout" Is In two senses an unread 5OO-503 North Second Street. ..

,meet my ear In England. What the term seemed a misnomer, 'sinceno with the much smaller bed- book to her. The reason is that she I ST. LiOUISMISSOURI., '
scoundrels those two follows looked; adults could\ pass one another In room,stood wide 'open. Robert took'. considers told ea the wherewithal .

|l>ls...accomplices: no. doubt.. In some It; when a visitor called ,the maid had a1 chair In front of it, and a book to to.remove. hunger! and' leaves out of
scheme of villainy. It Is too late to to back to admit him, unless-which while sway the time. All was quiet her calculations the fact that food. .
u 'get on to-night and I can't stop all of course was not to be thought of-r- 1 save for the coo of a pigeon o'n, the is ,only one-halt the question and Sold "and Recommended by"For
,these hours! alone, eating my heart ahe lay down and let him walk over atone balustrade putsldo the window drinks the other.
:-PIa. .out with hitter thoughts. No doubt her, like the stag' on the precipice In and the football of some solitary un- The world owes to wine a great Sale at ROBERSON'S DRUG STORE.KISSIMMEE .
iHenny will give me a bit .of supper Mr., Browning's'poem.One dergraduate In the cloisters beneath. 'I. dea! of good humor, a great deal of '
and-what I crave for Infinitely more morning the canon was sitting The book.Robert had taken up was. fine literature and a good deal of artificial ---- "
i -some news of Cambridge Her as usual. In his little study, a, book Plutarch's T.IVCB,." a work of the optimism, which. If not so good "
'a' ''husband is a clever fellow, by all on the swing desk before hint but not 'ilghest reputation;, but notwithstanding as the real thing, is, at least better "
i accounts and hla advice may be at tbe reading\ ,angle. He kept one its attractions he had fallen than any sort of pessimism.But .. '
J Ho put his bead out of the window always open lest Aunt Maria should Into a reverie, from which be was women are no judges ot>wine
\t and substituted for the address he look In and suspect him of the very suddenly aroused by the words for the simple reason! that hey have
bad first given to the cabman that of vice he was at that moment Indulging Sophy! Sophy!" At first he thought not been "educated to It. It Is an EIVEE ROUTLBTEAMER
the Irtons' house In Malda Vale. n-reverie. A great student of hu he must be mistaken and that the art and does not come by nature.
It was past eight when the cab I, man nature has taught us how sound was a part of his own day- What woman ever wrote a drinkingsong
{ drew up'to the door; he>rang the bell blessed a thing is memory even to dream-with which, In fact the name or a tavern ditty? The sex: has LILLJB. :STEAMER" KOSEADA
and gave his card to the servant for I the unfortunate; but it Is no less true had been connected; but on' lookingup ho great natural 'leaning t

,( Mrs frton. Henny was still In tho' that "a sorrow's crown of sorrows" Is his eyes fell upon the sick man. has never! been taught to acquire It, Regular weekly trips to Basilnger: s-Ad return., Roseada, leaves"' iflsutatoeeTuesday .
'I where her husband was remembering happier things. An broad awake and staring at him
dining-room. now That Is why the best cook is a man. .
arrives TUsslmmee
ant Friday evening
t smoking his atter-dlnner pipe (she old man deep In thought Is always a from the bed with stern suspicion."Is He is like the leader of an orchestra morning ?
Special Charter Lake the LB1s,
pathetic spectacle and the Trips to Ok.en'"obe. and Port,Myers oa
.was much too good a wife and 'wisea upon your name Adair whisperedthe who knows every Instrument beneath
OomfortabU.accommodation for passengers. Rates rs aonabla.
woman to object to the.smell of.tobacco whole, a discouraging' one. tutor, hoarsely. him Its'capabilities., where It should '
1 ). She read the card jumped : While the canon thinks-. pd sighslbere "No sir. said Robert, rising and blend, where If should detach Itself The most lctur..qu..Waterw&1' In Florida
up with a cry,ot- pleasure, and ran --- Is presently a slxarp'rlng at I, approaching the bed softly. "My and Its proportion to the whole; Fee 'Passenger and Weight Rates apply to'CLAYJOHNSON
into he passage. Where Mt. Frederic the bell. Visitors 'are few In theseda"l. name Is Aldred. I am the son of your whereas the woman 'cooks solos not SR. Proprietor yOn
and he neither expects or de- board "IJUle." KlHlouM Ir.,
Irton heard her exclaim tumultuously old friend the canon. con ertos. Food as a necessity ,of
} : "You dear, good fellow!" These sires any. The little maid who Is a "Why are you so black, then like dally life Is .province of the woman ..

words, so distressing to a husband's survival of the old household at the the other" : food as a fine art Is only masteredby ?he.' ,
'sari; were followed by an unmistakable Laurels is aware of that fact and "It Is the Indian, sun" said Robert, the man. with centuries.of
kiss. deals diplomatically with all comers. smiling "I was white enough when cultivation behind him It Is prepared t
moment she reappeared, "Miss Aldred is at borne'," she answers wished good-by five years ago."
The.next I; you by him for his peers'*, the chef Inheritance'
: Icadjng by the'band a very handsome ; which Implies that he.matter' "True; 1 remember now." replied: who Is an' artist does not value a" .
'young*'man, looking npt so 'much of the.house Is not without going so the tutor. "Pray forgive a sick man's woman's 'approbation'at all The /

ashamed ot himself as embarrassed."I fat' as to affirm it. On the present occasion fancies. Your father did not say he very "waiters know her status. One lU/nd :' ' "H' }

owe you an apologyMr.' Irton" *, however this subterfuge is was expecting you" of the most humiliating things any Sy BlacK: .
be began, imlllng. denied her as Miss Aldred happensto "No/ ; I came home without giving woman can'do is to order a luncheon r
1L "It's quite out ,of the question," be without doors. So to the strange him notice." with the head.waiter's eye upon her. POOR laborer'.reee'lv' a'message'ttift.other night telUnc'hlai'that :

said the lawyer gravely. "The matn' young man who so'' confidently! demands "Because he was In'trouble?" The eye Is too respectful to be scorn- hU mother over in, Norway'had left him a legacy' ot 1 w
"
must to jury who will assess speech with the ,master she It 'struck me that' I 11000. \ ..
" ter go a "Why, yes. ful. It says so plainly, and the*woman ,
iTdamagell." replies"that he Is "particularly en- might be If not of service, at least of reads it and quails. As for the The laborer 'was so overjoyed a! the new. that he threw"' "

"Why, It's Robert." cried Henny; gaged." some comfort to him:" ; wine waiter he' has the air of a down his, pick, ,, climbed out of tbe .ditch'be .:was helping( to, t
"Robert Aldred from India; I knewhe'd "Still. I think It he knew who I "Just. so; a.good son," murmuredthe dreamer trying.to'forget the painful dig called together such of his companions as would listen
come," and then this extraordinary was he would see me," said"'the vis- ,tutor, looking at the young man episodes of life The only chance of to him ,and went and got so. drunk that within ..two, boars
.
young person;; who had quite a ?tor gravely. "I am hla aon." wistfully "Sons and daughters soothing him Is to leave It in bin be was lying In, a cell trying to remember, what had bajKpeared .
reputation' for self-control.; burst Into "You're never'that/sir' .crle. the 'ble aed a,Is,the i man i that(Ibis : quiver: bards.' "He will then in the breadth to blur : s ;
tears,' : young maid. ", ", \ full of them.',\'That Is not a disputed of his tolerance/live one sweet wine And we look upon money as the'only legacy! .'"'"/ "* ',,

"I am very, glad to ,see/,Robert" "I really am". returned the young : pa.......;' .,,.-,1' .,,*., *-?'; exactly as one spreads a child's bread If that poor,' hardworking saving self-denying mother over-there acroee
Bald Irton-;: shaking hands! 'I'wJth the man,' smiling .at;I':j,her::, 'undisguised ,' V There was a long-silence; and thenthe and ':butter with sugar, Women'' In the sea\had spent every penny of that one thousand dollars, on herself or'_,
newcomer 'warmly." This II;- Indeed, amatement" < *' luf: '. same n.ame. was softly breathed these exalted 'regions and as house some one who would have known how to use fit tf how much better off that p*."

F ,,friendly of you' You cone- to Stay ''Wh,., sir be don't expect you no; that bad already,fallen'on ,the other's, painters In the National Gallery. stupid' aon of sera would have been! ', . .
with; us, of course?" more than the queen: He was stalking ,As for dress, the reason for the What an' Inexorable band seems to stretoh between us 'and;our'foolish, .
01 "Nay. I was going to Cambridge of you at dinner only last ear."Sophy, Sophy! Have you seen supremacy of the male (so far) ,1s hopes and"Wishes sometimes "
this very night but found I was too night-not that I listens to (the gen- her'?" easily found. Men have always been If that mother could have willed her boy common tense or .eU- ntrol, she'
late so I Just looked In." tlefolks' talk; but with potatoes In "No sir; I paned too rapidly the executive artists; they'inherit would have left ,a.will:' 1 worth the treasuring:' v
Henny'was In the passage again In one hand and the sauceboat' In the through townbut I saw the Irtons! the talent of the ages. Women's instinct I wonder how many millionaires there are who wish they could write- t3
an Instant;} giving orders about his other, to stop one's ears Is difficult. who told me a great deal about her. has not been :cultivated, to ,th* last will and testament which'would bequeath to their I children the qualltlea ,
luggage being .taken down and car- He's always talking> about you, but No good news. I am sorry to I say" same extent.. They l love pretty which made the millions Instead of the millions the.. el e..) .
j"led to the spare room. not a wordhas, he dropped about "Unhappy?" things.i. but' they do not study them I'd rather be born with common sense and a level bead for aa inherltanc* 1
"You will have to stay> Aldred." I your coming home." "Very; at least I fear so." selves. The 'French woman knows than to come, Into any' kind of an,estate that any human being can leave an.
said Irton, amlllng. "If I were master "Where Is he?" Inquired the young "Poor girl poor girl!" more about her appearance than the other. t t .
} here I would add 'and welcome;' man in a hushed voice. "It is not only-as you ate doubtless English about hers but not so much pon't fret about that boy of yours little anxious-eyed mother ,
but>> Henny presides over the estab- "In his study; the second door on aware sir-that she has a bad ? as the Frenchman knows about the You won't be able to leave him a eentGlory bel: but you've already gtvebim .
Jlshraent. This sad news' of the canon the right sir." husband, but, unfortunately, she has appearance of all women. In the his.Inheritance. '

has brought you over I conclude" "1m he pretty well To see one so some little knowledge of the full extent ? external treatment of the picture He wears the proud sign of It in his bright clear eyes and Us bead held
"Yes: I am come on'short leave instead unexpectedly will not hurt him" of his business, which until lately called woman the man has the ad- high In honest pride. "
E- of long; but I 'could not leave "Lor' bless you no, sir; not it! It has been kept from her," vantage of detachment from his subject Don't worry over that girl, either.' v
him to bear his misfortune alone." will do him a world of good 'Then' the poor girl knows at last." whereas a woman has a hundred The gentle heart and steady brala her father gave'her will 'outlast and _

have always) heard you were a The little maid knows nothing in he murmured. "What anguish what' prejudice.: 'As a rule, a woman fallsIn' outbargain a thousand fortunes cast in mere'dollars.,
'good fellow, and now I'm sure ot it," regard to "shocks to the system" and remorse she must be enduring!" love with a frock, or a hat, purely There's too much wealth In the world vow, >lr. Successful Buslneis Diana' -

exclaimed the lawyer approvingly; cannot understand that the sight of "Indeed, sir, I fear so. It has just i on Its own merits, and not becauseit Stop piling up gold, like a.monke/ with a bundle of sticks- ....' > '
1 ,' "sit down, and youshall; have some ao handsome a':'oung gentleman can struck me, however, that I have been I will suit her so admirably. 'gust Spend what'you have 'generously, but sensibly, and let that boy of .yours +'
'
p'" dinner at once. be deleterious to anybody very indiscreet In speaking of all this as the man cookknows thatfood and go out and earn what he need ,.
"
In Hcnny's house matters were "Don't announce\ me he says" to you. I have been distressing\ you wine are ,parts of the whole and must Tear up your last will and testament and try to give him something'real,
q;' never run so finely that there was I softly. "I ,w/ll! announce myself. I -since Sophy is an old friend.-ot be studied together so the man milliner to Inherit so that 'wb.n he is your age he will go and look:at the headstone
t, difficulty In suitably providing for an And be knocks' gently at the studydoor. ,' 'ours-by telling you the very thing "knows that the woman and her thai-marks the place where you lie buriedand sat: "My father left'bis'ehll-
x ,t unexpected guest; and It vlan4 were which I have been enjoined to keep clothes are ol1e'entity., and Just as dren' something worth the leaving- when he' died-something that no'coUrt of a'
,.0 before him and begins to be absorbed been made the instrument "
{ is aware of having her food the "
b..e'.ure. there was still less lack of energies on woman wa'eted. and spent and thrown away. _
i in the book. He has his ruin. His object
his
conversation.The open of dressmaker considers clothes apart Poor laborer, with your rioting thousands! I wonder If youlwere so much ,
three sat far into the night back to the door and takes it for throughout( has been to spare her from their wearers. The really well more foolish than a lot of us who laugh at you, after all.-NewsYork.Amerlcan.i .. .,
granted that the newcomer is his sis S
jhr': conferring and discoursing on many that knowledge. dressed woman is she who strikes us *'" "
ter. like him!" exclaimedthe i i i u i +
"That is BO lull ||
happens like a length Gainsborough at
(things and as generally
a .when a traveler has come from the "You are come back very soon my tutor, with a /flush on the worn sight-a 'complete picture, whose I Utrtuef f
'ends of the earth the first topic of dear are you not?" cheek: dominant centre Is the face. Whenwe Is Conciseness a
Robert's talk was upon his latest "I can scarcely say that" answers 'A man who hears without abuse have a feminine Gainsborough we
Comparatively unimportant experl- a voice, which though Us tones are The grand old name ot gentle- may look for a feminine Worth. It [ h !
hushed and electrifies him. "I man; By Professor Thomas R. Lounsbury.HE l'
) once In the railway carriage. gentle needs cultivation like any other art. ,
:
< '"How odd It was that I should hear have been away for more than JIve Defiled by every charlatan. Men have the dress instinct very 1 s'it h as 14 MaMf ;) '
b :And soiled with an ignoble use wt
of this Adair ao soon was It not?" years. I strongly;. It Is only in abeyance just ) "
? dear "Young man, you are. a 'gelitJeman'a like the gospel of.silence.is! proclaimed
be said. "Robert My boy-my dear. now by, force bt Circumstance: The gospel of conciseness
"Well, a good many people are boy!" son. StU2rt and the Louis Seize 'periods In hundreds of articlesand-boohs. Bvery one ...
and'none "I know It, sir.;' answered Robert. alone would prove this. At T however little he himself follows precepts, recommendsthem '
talking about him to his For some moments the poor canon cannot present 11 II
credit" replied Irton. "I 'have no (for all his "culture") can only reiterate simply. "If I imitate him.'. I I owing to the frock coat and tall hat to his friends and charges disregard of them upon his'foes.

,do.bt" as you-suggest, that the men these few words with their hope, I shall' never disgrace Dim that., Ho 'women are having the benefit ot tan- __ Now, conciseness rs neither a good,thing,nor::, a bad .
are engaged In some ,scheme-probably one variation. "My boy" and "My ".No, no. you' will not do" dress instinct, which II' at liberty to I thing'in. Itself., Itsvalue like its-appropriateness,:depends'
a nefarious one-In which he is dear boy." He hugs him he kisses will live again In his boy. concentrate itself wholly on them. _X upon the subject, upon the ..occa.lon,1 upon the'aodlenc. ad-

',;(jf, Interested. I dare say It's no worse him the tears roll down his -withered Presently, after another pause: The fallacy that men never know __J dressed. But the success of depends most of all upon* tint
"You spoke of ruin Robert The exact how Is dressed is air of the speaker. It terseness can be united with
." than many another In which he Is cheeks without check. Then a woman a mere personality
mixed up.. But I'll Just take a note i suddenly perceiving that his son is sum which the canon had, to pay' bubble It is true enough that they: vigor: of expression which conveys the Idea' powerfully to'the mind Utd'wlth

,' of the expected quotation ot S. S. about to betray a similar weakness twice over-"one forgets. these things may not know what she bas on; but point which fixes it there nothing can be more.jiiy-sufllrlent.: -Omrfseness,
shares" he cries out, "Don't mind, me. Robert In sickness. they always know how she Is dressedwell I then has done. its perfect work. But to effect this result requires;great ablUi,

"And don't you think his havingto I was getting an old man; but "It was 15,000. told 01"111.;'to" much,:too bnghtly sty, If not genius; and great', ability. to say ,nothing of. genius; ,
find 12,000: will make me young again. Thereis I "Just so. And never to have The woman notices what clothes the i II. ',very exceptional On .the other, .hand,'- when brevity 1*
apparently at some you "
his wasted
out ;
date rather .' something to live for now.'* Then, her; then putting other wears; the man knows whether united with dullness-as It' Is rery apt 'to'" be-It .loser 'cot merelythe
early was significant -
hand to Robert, (:lira my love to my the successful and bar and to Inspire; but to inform. To be concise,, without +'
r '.Why, yea I've got that-down already in an altered voice he added "Why I' picture was power to influence ' '
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: t ," said'the. lawyer, dryly, "'It'sevident Is It you have come' back? But I oil friend. i monlous or.tot. :It U this cultivate! being bald and jejune, 1s granted only,to,the blgbe t order of minds, On the
that he's approaching a crisis need not ask, alas! You have los To be Continued. eyfor the whole, the cultivated other hand, condensation even when the; matter1 particularly valuable; U I''

probably a Very dangerous." your Alma thanks to me-and there palate,,for the\, whole;;, which1 makes rarely entertaining:' Intellectual far can no more be mad palatable by compression r
,4', "He can't do'my poor' father'''anylirore was nothing to keep you In India. Experiments made In Germany I the man the supreme artist in dress than can bodily; pemmican: Is 4e.crlbed'aa stood' Intended to>, comprise : v '
harm; that's one comfort"' observed Can you ever forgive your father?" tow that butter keeps best If mixed and In food and wlll.rdo 'so' until the' greatest-amount ot nutrition In the smallest space.. It is useful-=',
A Robert; grimly, -"My dear dad?,"- exclaimed Robert, with three to five per cent of salt women make up some' of the time la.fact. invaluable-on certain occasions and ,,In certain places But,noon
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4 If the percentage of salt Is over six and education' they have lost 'dring regular'article of diet, still ,less to entertain;.his :
: ,"No. he' can't do him any more using In an outburst of Nature's self Is likely to choose It as a , ,..,
Harm," said, the lawyer, slowly., Per-. the,old childish, term. "What-la there the result Is less satisfactory. several centuries.! -H.' Pearl Humph' friends, with, It' at a feask From'Harper's.. (.1 ., ,
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1.I.i.t e 4 .finalist WKOHC.FOBUSUKD ThePerfect' '4ktiva.ti..w + .', *. 't.

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BTERY rlUDAT.Offic r i .Sunny South' Stables. .

In Valley Gazette Building. Score of 'Florl a, Cltueuc Haw

78811 OfrL O8CEOLA COUNTY. FLA. Loaned It. r L. H, INGRAM. Proprietor. SPRING b +

f I .If you suffer! from backache, .a aaaaoa.asaaw.Maam.Naaaassansaaaaaaaa ooa.aaoaaa SBUARDING ,
W. B. HARRIS Editor ...d Prop'r There (I. only one "way to cure It. a tr

The perfect way U to cure the 'kid : SALE, and ROADKAY'LIVERY '

SUBSCRIPTION RATESi: .
.__.. .......... ....... ..notHatectai neys.A I 'GOODS"
Onaaofvatx _u.. ...................'.. Sool. bad back mean kick kidney I \ Pia... len "
,,..uer,.....m.ntM.. .............-..,..'*...... p4U Neglect It, urinary t..quble-'ollow. a aa.ua a-aaaaaaaaa. s,7Vehlcleli;; as

a. v----. L. ... aveapt ham ar..sowncourt Doan' Kidney Pills are made for Well equipped with New and,
...._. ida.... lie iteMd bw ttt.writer Iclne" only prepared to meet all demands with Perfect Satisfaction
rtur .will i out lie ntur.d aotr -
avJaaSfor. .. S. B. Lemon., dual-maker living .
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at 1311 Ashley street, Tampa, Fla., ,
btamJ*i...pBatafflaa l Ia KJaotnunaa.....u : "I 'ulled ,Doaa'. Kidney Pill
saps
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_ arm_ _ itlaMttar.'riday_ _ _ _ _ and they cured me of backache and Our ,line almost complete ;.
;: disorder of the kidney Two or . . Hl=AVY. HAULING A SR.ECIAL'TY.:. . i ,
.. .. June 12, 1908.: three times. on account of.the pain in
my back I was unable to go to work It .. with Ginghams Calicoes ; ;
for several day. The eorellon* 01'' ,.- , I -
the. kidney were In a very bad con.
School. ,Board Proceedings.KiasnmEK . dltlon, dark In color and If allowed to Lawns. White Goods; Etc.Th'e .

+ FLA., Juno 2, 1908. stand would bocome consistency City Barber Shop
of jelly. I tried various remedies,
The Board of Public In.t.rUCl.lonmet. ,
In regular session, there beinpreaent taking. what seemed, like gallon o; .early buyer gets the ;
medicine and I also
put on plastersbut .
W. C. Ban, chairman; E. E. '
nothing helped me at all until 1 1got '
Brown. and W. W. Chandler n also Doan'a Pllln. the advice AND UP-TO-DATE
W. ,J'.:Sear, Hupt. Kidney upon NEW best selection. '
of friend of
"- a- mine, and using .
Minute of last -regular. meeting
them according to direction they
were read and approved.Mrs. .
cured In short tfme.. i ,
me a very Ny
M. B. Gilbert, treasurer
county For ale by all dealer Price CO .

5 T.tile reported HononbU. Board a* follow of Public: InatrocUon In cent New York Foater-Mllburn, sole agent.. for Co the, :Buffalo Unite , Hot and Cold Baths Yours for Honest Values
sad far Oaeaola aouDtn State '

1 aaiialUi tandar my report aa traararar of .",Remember'the name-Dean's-at ,i, ;
1 o-a.court for tha month of Mar. 106: take no other. 13-e-a-m Fine Havana Cigars
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OaNBHAI.SCHOOL FOND

To baJanoafrom" last report........ '. .14:211411: -

T,pavaBant._raaivad...........t.ram....x.........City.....portwt: 00 Benedicta"A .. .... .
Ta nod. from Comptroller. ,1 mill KATZa
fax amount.......... ...................... ,. 492 CIO
To Mfe read. from Comptroller. R R tax S4ft: MTaaait
Mod f ram Te.Ool poll tax... .... .. OO POOL ROOM I IN CONNECTION.
i Tortrood froarTazCMr.mxasN.y.' 1111 64To WOMAN'S MfDIONE"L "" s

aK:..,...................... '"..I-;;;;-2S, M C
Hfp.34warnat.perhut.... ...... iwafl
i ..balance... ........... ... '( iug2 88acaooi L ; BUDDED TREES > >I1u6tllull[ d4.6 rd[6+Ae78callc 8t/IErar4k tlr+Ac+At Q.Itr

aua-D,.T.NO.2. YOU SUKFKB. the Ills 61 womanhood, 4 i JUST RECEIVED A FULL LINE OFWhite *:

To balaioa from lait rr' ort.:........ I 'HI W as ao many woman do suffer Do you
Taamtraed from'Tax Oulloter.R R tax. 47 7H want to rat well,,without tha necessity Islesworth Nurseries. r l
Tat rood from tax........taxM Mar.- 0 O4 'of painful axa.mlna.Uons and embarrassing

-I: 'Total..1; : mm o consultations Do you want to take a Rose ,(
81/poW warrant a*pro 11at.............. 267r rameay right Into your homo and cure CHASE &ICO.| .' PROPRIETORS.' J.tW, HOARD, AGENT
1 H, ...... .......... ............. #10 S3BCBOOI yourself F ,B
s0.-t iT. no.8.. We will have ready for next Fall and Winter planting/ a general #r

'Tobalaoc from lut report ........... 41 M BEN EDICTAL assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Tree of all leading varie
r To mot rood foam Tax CclWtor.taxaa may 11 :W a "Woman's lIedlclne.prelel'1ptlon: ties. Our tree are budded on (rood, healthy rough Lemon and '
------ of a physician wbo mad the study or Fa- Sour Orange root., guaranteed free from Insect Newts of any kind. I

ai paid warrant aa par llat-. .......,..... .t 1i177 0274 -nala D....-. his paolalty.' It wa used All budded from bearing trees In our groves and therefore true. ,to Goods.y[

{ "4 By baUnoa...............'...........ax successfully zeal by succ alas. ifully In his by practice.thousands It hasM.n of none name.and Our our facilities tree are for as growing fine a* money nursery and stock twenty are year'second experience to-

acnoof.SUB-DIST, no.4. woman during tno many yours alaca. rn>. can produce. We are'roaklnff a specialty this season of the
famous Valencia Late.. destined become the. j F
California which to
To fcaUaoa from but report..S 2 64 rraaalve physician hara also fond It a vat
r tm.mt NOd from Tax Collector.texas coq Sites u.bla asalstant,when they dailrad to avoid>> greatest. money-maker In Florida. Our Valencia buds come direct Canned Fruits. Jellies Jams. Marmalades. Vegetables a.. k:
an oparatlon. from the bpetbearlnir trres in the district now famous for nro- Fish Etc.
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... . .$8617 during the beltl Valencia In California 4
i& By poll warrant aa pot Hat ... 800Br

.balanoa. ....................... I 1717ITAT.AID BCNEDICTA Write for Prices to J. W. HOARD Cotha. Fla., or call and see our Nurseries i
FOND.T. . I. a rog-atabla ramady. It.I* *naa. from at Waco on Florida Midland R. R. \ S. Floyd S: Co. ,
roots barb and bark known to LR. n
.nUaaoa from laat nnort............... "S3B: 78 *wnleh hers a woadarfol coratlT poeaaasropartla r
., By paid.warrants aa par Uat.......,...... I'MBy and
bale effact upon' the fanuJa organ and L H
balance..........................t 236 21MRS. nervoai,...... without manttonlng the 'P-- -- Yr'Y"iF'YP4-'iP'--w 1't
M. B. GILBERT. many form of Iaoaate tronbla that woman ...
a. Comity Traaanrar. .uffar.wa ay that then I*BO(trouble this .
,Paid wa..anLi amounting to the kla4 that BaaWieta will not UnmaAlataly. r*. c. A. CARSON JOBIM.. LBB.VlcaPraldaat.. N.' B CARSON
_ 4 urn of 13678.67 were cancelled. II.v.,and flnsdly. cnra.BCNEDICTA. .....I..t. Caaklar. 4

honed' Bill.a were*>follow aoproved: and warrant State Bank of Kisslttmiee.Kissittimcc NEW SPRING

WI8aan.aalairy oupt... ......... '1'600 I*prepared carefully and aclantlflcaJly, and '
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TBrowm.M M. .. .
K B P I.
WWChandlar.MBPI.l; .t............... SO 480 Co Btnnt to nffarlD* women a"'.-..c17bat ---
kin M B GDa-t.eom. __.......... US 7* will not only be>> banaflcUrt.but alo barmlaMto : "
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Yaf.riaa.q. pfatlot.............. A 00 PAID DP CAPITAL......1 .... ... ti> SO 000 00. '1.w;
effact, matter
no what be
7Rgnitl yWt..ekoal 1. .....,..... 80 UO4ft ( may >> the eon ...........
_ R II It...... .r. __' .......Nw 1:16: 00 dltlon of the woman taking It. !JITOCItilpLDBt9 LIABILITY. 0OOOO OO :
Maas AM.a II7"r- .. ;- I. 8600 It I*sold at $..00 par bottle, by DEPOSITORS SECURITY. .... .... ...... too oo*>,oo GOODS
atIic 4.Furs .. .. eoH. I 4500 .. ... . .
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1aiasAnmaPte' .. eo 1 00 Roberson's Pharmacy Prompt and Careful Attention giver to .?< Matter .Mtraatvd -
iii ." .. ." 46110 to us. CxcbasiRe aood.at all a olsita at cbeapeatratea. ,
ryU .. .. .. .. I ,6 00 .
.law...
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.. r KISSIMMEE..FLA.. SOLICITED
y Wood u' .. ,to. u. t. 4f 00 _, YOUR BUSINESS '
174 iii si........ .... .. I,".".. e SB DA (1CHft 00 i:;$;&, "-. NOW OPEN ;.;. .*&
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l-: ,eo Y .0\ 3 US THE WORLDS GREATEST SEWING MACHINE ,. : i' ", ", ,":>rife'i ,; '

W A..,......W-n IIdoooI He.10.-....-..:-I 10TowaoflUa.immMcltr. I LIGHT RUNNING "'':*!:\ : : ., ., ,. . % ;
II bmdd.rd, tuning pica 7 110 '
.aai>.Hary'.Iii.. .,, ,,4800 : C.

n the The Itemized Board estimate then. proceeded for expenditure: : lo make HE f'1 Favorite Fertilizers: .H. STANFORD\ CO.j: s

for year 1908 and 1909. and placedthe c r.

tnillage for the ensuing year at 7 i - ih
mill. Itemized estimates for Sub. FOR'CITRUS AND ALL OTHER CROPS.FERTILIZElTMATERIALS. -1 - -
district No. 3 and 4 were also re- 4
oelred and filed.' The mlllage for BARGAINS AT

Sub.3mills.'and-school district mlllage No." for 4 was sub placedat cbool !' CASH STORE i

dUtrlct No, 4 was placed] at 3 mill
The Board then proceeded to set the Calico, 60 yd. Pictures
per and Picture 25cV
Frame, ,
salary of teachers for the ensuing 4
year and all were placed at the same INSECTICIDES bile' Lawn, 40 in. wide, the: per yd. to 35c. x"7' tl q
J. a* lash year except school No. 1, the '
Lace 5i in. wide worth 20c sells
Spool Thread
at 4c.
salary of all the teachers except the -FOR IS'ALE BY-
Principal, was raised 5.00 month 150.
per Ladle Union Suit
$. and !the salary of school No. 23 was J. M. LEE :- KISSIMMEE Cas'simere Pants. worth 2.50, seliat at $1.00. d
placed otS43.00 per month. H.75 Good Door Lock with I two. k e,.. 20o..DNlce .
The salary of assistant. of Whittier '
school No. 13 was placed I $45.00 per. AGENT FOR .' Pin Strip Pants, worth II.W), sell at. Suit Clothe worth $14, at $.0
a month. 100. s
All of the teacher of One-gallon Coffee Potaj at 16o. *r. ''
the Klssimmee go
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.. Sanders Fertilizer Jacksocville Fla.pi Jeans Pants, worth 175. sell at '
Conpaiy }
High School were re-elected. _.- New Dress Good from 15 ...._ *
Miss 17 125. to .
Templeton
wa appointed to ..4a
t school No. 4; Miss Maul Preratt wa t. .,.-
appointed to school No. 9; and Miss : ; You will find
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; Bargains
.n LI. file Dale to achool No. 7. OS.lpMalsby in Shoes ,, r
There being no further business !froa; wantelthvra Vlbi: tlnaBhnttle,Rotary

;; .meeting Board.. ,adjourned till next regular BUulUora' ,llaoblna" wl1t.0(\Chal"BIUcMBowlu Machinery Co. Every Day in the Week. =t

W, C. BASH, THI NEW HOMI StWIII MACHINE COMPAH1 ---- .. i
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AUstf< Chairman. ,tJ.nraintm.chinranai.d.tor.tlrorardlen Orainoo, Maio ol 22 OCEAN'' ST. '. '.. . .. .. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. /
i s W. J.,SKABS, SuptCall Hoalliy,hi<.the Mow lla uoa)I I. ", ed. lo waor. ROLLINS COLLEGE *
Our xu.raniir' nevet ruDe out Portable and StationarySaw 1.'ngines.
for Meeting of.lljtv Democratic: : Hold'by autborlsM dealers. 0.1,.. Mills Wood-workincr Machinery *
_ -rva rue air', Shingle( Mill, Lath. Mill, and FLORIDA'S OLDEST COLLEGE.
fxecatlve Committee. line of
r general cupnlle Complete
College, Academy aDd Sebools
Stanford Carbon Graves Hdw. line carried In' stock for Immediate of Music Expression, Fine Art, Domestic -
and Industrial Arts and Business.Carsegt. .
Notice Is
hereby !given that a meetIng . shipment. Sold on easy terms. .
of the Oaoeola County Democratic Co. 'Klsstmm, Ha.rt ..- heats isms faculty Ball and: perfectbeaith third men'i cIormltor conditions now; one coin up;; electric llfthla:steam and torn_
Kxeoutlra Committee will be held attha COlt iIDI - -- ------ .It will ::1ou'to consult u* belorebu.llIll. thl.eor Nearly y
pay .. a quarNr of
bonaa million dollars.ndo..D'
court on Monday June 22. : noderate) cholanblp .......bl.. CbriBtiiCHARACTER
Poata will bring aleman. 11 modsuomloatlonal
our *- stands for ;
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to canvass the of the .
return second >k uAuAo>Ik .
Write Illustrated
primary, and to transact such other r-- for catalogueand
w business a* may come before the Com. M. TILLER prices.. CULTURE CONDUCT '
ml"T.- M. MURPHY Chairman. w.ara O.Yn19ouWra, Afanta two.w..te4l'uqutau...._ Bolls and Saw MUla.r .
Next session begins October 7. For caialo '
:ue* address the
President
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f Real .
'.' .....4ty... i Estate, Agency. WM. F. BLACKMAN Ph.

The, agency for 'the White Star. .. ....... .. ...... :. ->euAtrAtAiaaudrrAalk rerAc rAc arllal;-s.d. aACrAulk D., Winter Park, Fla., {

laundry I* now at !the Home = n nor I 08 .,.,., ,
la.ihrA.lw
sold.
Btorel Realty bought and Picture
r and If yov wish to bare the ) THOJDPSOJ Moulding. 11' 4
on you: weekly, just ring up 154, and Houses rented. l.-.
V yon will be put on our list, and called Taxes paid and Titles ver,, .
.,l .on weekly'' The work 1* all done In I .Wed for non.residents. All Kinds of Frames $2.15 THE GOOD OLD. SUMMER

,price an efficient' manner and at 'Tampa surance.Fire Life and Accident. In- ) FUNERAL. DIRECTOR: .1 made to Order, t u.ai U WHEN YOU NBBDI TIME -\". 'y'an.rwt


ut Some of our' enterprising/ 'clt aeu ;Indemnity Bond*. LICENSED_ EMBALMER 1 t .S I

4 arc discussing the otganlzation .of a .U- .. ...Y.'w11Yr'YT'Yr'Yr64tp Prompt attention Given to I I. PORCH CHAIRS I !
r local stock company to tart a small .1 2.Ire .
for the ; orders sent by mail or
factory manufacture of coffins ,
I am*wt 3.000
Also Nice Line of. Ladies'' and i rwdk a..Jn o*sole A
y' orate and other utilities that. can be PlLKBt '. telegraph. -raoM TIB
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P/LRit I racroar.
t PILBSI TO. 'Voo-
made from our local wood One j. r ,
of
the crying need of our town U manufacturing 'Wuu....- Iodize :Pile Otntmant will aura Cents' Burial Robes. /' .. --=-......--........,...-... .N b
industries, and wa feel ',ure ha Blind tauaora.BlMdioK.allaja; and tba IMbimg Itnhinf-at( pU on. U a. abaorba aou aa . Residence West Side of .., --= :::==:::::::-z: :::':....::: ?'!
all our business men "will look with a (......L-. irtvaa tnaunl ...11.'. "Wlllteua* PHONE'78 Court House.Square. I -----. _.....__. '
I..dlaa PIle Olnlnant la for rhea and [
favor upon the above mentioned praparad .
FLORIDA
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parto. by : --
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Supplement-Tiie KIssimmee Valley. Gazette, June .12, 1908.
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Baptist OIurch.'Ret. WeL.L 1IIJ DOlOR EXCURSION TO .

C.of L.Florida Collins Anti-Saloon,, new Super'ln.tenden" will . .

h preach at the Baptist church on Sunday -
morning; June 14th. Became to :JackSO.l1Viller''dUN'E.
the State recently', from Kentucky,
wbere he was Slat Superintendent of ..
the Antl-Saloon league.. Ue Is said REAL .

to tee s: fine speaker and pulpit orator. ESTATE. ... ,
shouldbe 15
If so the man and the menage '

X great." . .

Poor Milk VIA ;" ,
ll ortoo'tb J.bt to be responsible I for KISSIMMEE.. FLORIDA
an' infant's. loss In weight or general ATLANTIC COAST E: :

i poor health.; The cause usually Is .. . .
that' the child has 'worms. They eel W.-.W.: CARSON, p.? D. S.I "
the nourishment In the food and the '
baby starves, actually starves. White's Rate''frQm \:;: .
DENTAL PARLORS & ; .
if41 Cream Vermifuge expels the worms -. Kissimmee. $ : : : ..
and nourishes the child, sure an dtsine!' .
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t Price 25 cepts. For sale by BoberSOD'S -. '. AT QRAYSTONB HOTEL .: . '. .' .. .J.' :. ",
., Pharmacy'., Tickets, on sale fer any Regular Train June 15, with final limit up to -

Kodak. O tern HOURS J J TO TO If l _"O"... .'. '' ,: arid including, ) June 18.. ".- .' .- \\i
Buy a 'j '.\'. .

The Oceola Pharmacy has secured 4"' NO 'BAGGAGE CHECKED THESE TICKETS. :: .
the local agency for the famous Eastman JAM. W1JL.LSON, jR'., ". .
Kodak. and now have them In '
' stock ranging In prices from 92 to 112. ('NOTARY PUBLIC. ) For rate' reservations" Information. call on :;neares- Atlantic'Coast Line -
BUT one and l make Tour own pictures. 'I ,4 :-' - -. Agent. or, .
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r --t{: STATE-AT LARGE.'S-J J. W..OARn.lT.;. ,.P. 'A.' J. O. KIRKLAND. ; D. P. A.,
< Piano Tuning. Real Estate Agent.. TAMPA. FLORIDA: .
T. 0. 'WRITE P. A., W..Jv-CRAIO. P. T. .MVILMINaTON *.
y Next week 'Wade,' the tuner,' will KISSIMMEE.. FLORIDA'p / -. \ , .' :work In Klsiloimee. Orders sent to
the Oraystone will receive/ .attention. ; "" S

'A Vital Pol' '. e-A., VANS :AGNEW<,a\ O.. A.'CARBONS;>"'....'...i. M. .; BRYAN. Secretary... ,S
The most delicate p.rr.pr., t a 'bahla 7' '..,
'Its' bowels.' Every aliment that It suffers -Y-ATTORNEY: I Air LAW.,..'.!" I 1- 3? ;S3C OS '
.; with attacksthe bowels also en- I TNDs AARYI.PUIILIC.> >>
j dan
|PIF> -. the cures infant diarrhoea.' "'coDab1, dysentery and Elixir all, K.. &Sil\lMKE. FLA, i, Waters & Carson Grocery CO: |: - _

derangements of the stomach pr '
bowels. Bold, by .Roberson's .Phar. I ; -w......... ..a Retail Dealers!. ae
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I DR. E.
tr macro. FAKERS, ,,
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Mrs E.:_ t;..Lesley anu children: I left .* .' : 4
3 Wednesday for Fort Pierce, where r DENTIST: ;a( : I '
will some time visitingrelatives. 1
they spend
N' < Office over. Orlando. Bank aoi. ..-Trust.. : COUNTY AGENTS Poll '
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:t An Ordinance. Crown,.Bridge Specialty.: and Porceleao work;,aW .. 'II t.lA. 'Y. Celebrated FertilizersClrealer ; I CRATES '.

ORDINANCE Amending Bwitlon. and t of Those fajtf services
AM NOTE!: desiring' ; "GR..l'lN+ E TC .
OrdhiuM lot OM BnrlMd OnHnuoM. should make arrangmeots. in ad. .
i _BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE vance. 'f; sad Prle*. -
.TowN or IUSSIIOIJtIl cITTI ''" ORLANDO, ;FLA. Furnish" on A"Itcatles.R .
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to Bastion TIttJ Section.of thl\laa-\ t .r theItevtaed .. . .. .. ,. :' -- ..
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Ord.be be amended l M an to\read M I . ... : :
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'follows Sea\ JI. It.ball be the duty .f the marshal' "' .'t> DR.-.::1, LESLIE;: W..-WEEDDN .',H"t.: )) S' 'F"U.R'S' W""O O'E: "1 ; ,;::' .

'po ion oUaun. to drive .
v within the orporatt llmlU any boo... sees Specialist.=Eve.Ear. :f.. '. . \.\> ,' '"
.male buLL how. steep or scat. there to be bold.. at t C'c'U.c.'tS': ':" Pod'U.oe' a. B eoialty'a: .
the expense of the owner or owners of the HUM Nose and, Throat.. :?...' .. ,
for at least eve....: I*within that tint ""r at '
Any time baton Ml a* hmlnaftM itravldcd. the
':" per cc owners -eb.niJDaI ails, for the 'J .
same "It oc they shall b*..ell......d to him or,them Private :Hospital, American Na- ,
on the payment of II for each animal u. takes.tcs Bank.'Building -
.and th*farther nm of St ovate per.bead. for each 'tional Tampa. ;, -
fractional thereof during which'sock. Florida. e. The the Sea
r .day animal\ or or animals part la or BM onBD-d,la pajnnnt of .. .. -, Breakers ,by ;: :. '
{atpeases I. for taklac.feeding. and. Mlllac. for Saab
aabnUwlMBMBaawL.FiOTldod. bowmr that EABREEZI!. FLA..
ln the dally' shafts for ho*.slew or mata Shell, berr '
} IBynO Instead of M.ot>ta a.aforwkl.M . .. Will be'opened- ..June' .1 under;'the management< of. I., MMABBETTE. ..
.' otloa S. That Section set Ordln.no.J of thaRovtooi w.\ L. W INN f" & .? :>
_be amended. to road. aa .
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111049.s.reaaa. . The house win be conducted on a higher plane than eye before,
vi. PH VMOIAMIAMD: DUNG : ,
.fpU wal .
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J thoroughly renovated and' refurnished. Rooms single or ensulte
1 800" I
(J ball.tM.4TOrtiMdb7 appose\ >Miaaoh a' least animal three*roes aforaaatd__ by shall the ; Vinous 07. ........; \In the world t r! " '
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anbal for eve day*.and shall.ba sold la front of Sea Food a.Specialty.: A:. Trlol'S, llcltc t: .
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the .his best bidder for aaahiProvtdod. :
the town pound' b J.: W.' SIMPSO'N .
.. .kowwror.that should sock anlnial' .ba a Rates .$1.00 pet. day.and upward,._according to location: ot roomsymr1 .
host shoe,or..oat.said adnrtlaaiMnt shall ..bauouDoModoatltaday ' I
<. following the aoteura..ofmeh . DENTIST. a .
hoc. beep>of_,.. Dot of the proosds of UpstairsInKats) Building' ,.-. ,, '
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such sale Ow expenses incurred aa _
pr'Or'vrar'Or"Y? l'Yr'OraVr"Vr 3F'fir 'f1" 'V'R ?gcrAt'
Into the tows tnaauiTI habalai 12'm > >.
1 ao-4 aba ba paid : } D.a.. m.
>oa.Uaar. to the owner It .ba appear within. OFFICE HOUBS!. r 1:3owaso: Ill. NORTH KISSSIMMEEv PHONE N0.8-r; '
thirty days. after sale:and la the event that ,i1
'.dos lICIt appear wi his this time and Ma identity:: -: = ;
to not dlaumarail. then too entire praoaodt Shan ' '
St be paid.Into the town trauary.BS. . .. ERiB'B'S : Q W. Griffin .'Z '
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I)..1101.'' 'inalimthlaSthdar. 'W.3.SIIAB8. Office> .i in the Court House'-Ki.. .'. r Faiicy:Faitiily Groceries : .<4i ,-.

AattaaIVa. ldBt of Council of Towa of KlMimAMaatt -' eimmee.", ,Florida., . : ; ,
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-' .With whom; will be associated 'In' the . ;. .. Fresh; .Meats. ; ; /, t,
J. B.OttBMtT.ptofk o< Said T_' ,trial_ of causes' the, law'flrni:. :of t"- ., r =

JIIOI AppIOved, by. ma'thin'Utt day of May. .A..Di. ,<' Msssev, .& arlow, 'of . .. '1.eltuervE.orli! '.:Da> JLnjL.'f"at.and Hour. "Patronage* l Solicited.-*l <","';";: .-: ..!:';'

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that as stated. .. in"IBM. Why' then. Is through. our city principally driven

FORMER[ GOVERNOR : FLEMING RfPUfS'TO' this vote, the result of saloon 10.lueoce northward. '
? Judging by the past Is it Our Democratic rooster .Is once more ron
'not' more reasonably. accounted for by the .w..p..1.b. all feathers b."e"J ,
the estimate. of Mr. StooWon by the been badly ruffled, over a dispute between t
{ { THE' MINISTERIAL 'ALLIANCE'i people who knew him best have known some of his family oyer the right ,i h

: him for. years, and have not forgottenamong of domain to a certain .tadpole distract. "
._ vi other things, his political. which promises a rich crop In the approaching .
'"'""'" "- rr --- "LT L record In leading Independent movements season. "

Says. Florida's,' rejrtost 'Citizens Drafted' the Constitution against the nominees of the The saw mill continues. silent, ourbuilding .
Democratic. party, In one of which be committee having decided,toawait

That the Ministers of tile 'State secured his election to the legislature. ? returns from the approaching I
The clerical alliance protest. that election to see whether. Gllohrlst's. numerous "= &

\ Are Now; Decrying. '; many of them are' neither politiciansnor orders have made any differ ath
partlsians. By what then ence In the price of spirituous liquors. -*
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into moonlit nights are qt4 at
do they Inject themselves the Broadway and --

Editor of the 'Times-Union-There have the representatives. of the saloon partisan primary to cr.'Io.oomlo..looP. They declare for Whlttler Is right In the. midst of bunter's ,to.
have been occasions: In other,sections: Interests. so openly defied the moral '
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Sto la'. Would it with several of our most ,
a prohlblt.lo paradise
of the element
ministers of
of the coun..rl.where society and so boldly organized = Icfi.
gospel have combined to use the office to seize control of the not ,l for them. and their candidate i- determined young banks, and the
government .'
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sod of .. who appbar to be so, alarmed chances are about even for a capture.
of their sacred calling their the State and so many of the Il
that the. eal OD- influence will seize The successful one will certainly. bear
churches to enter the arenaof politics, counties.The limits of this. -article. \.
fanatical crusade will control of the State. government to off a noble prlxe, but he must himself '
the
notably during not permit me to quote at lenK'thlhelr .y
connect themselves with the prohibition be one pf nature's. noblemen. None .,
which resulted la "address
against slavery, a Suffice to say they .
division of some of .the churches, but, (To on to ring the changes on the support party, which I am Informed has 'I other need Split,. 3' SoF
closedfor
an organization. In this State. Instead The Hotel de Beulah has been
so far as lam aware, we now have the of Goh. Gilchrlst. by ILe saloon
of trying. to inject Into this Democrat the summer. A few transients' constitute ian
. first innovation of such methods In the interests. They appeal to .the peopleto !
fair1 Slate. of Florida, as Is manifested assist In protecting: our State. from io primary the forced' Issue of prohibit . the present guests.. -
tlon, which can only be effected by a We had the pleasure of greeting\ a A
to An Address to. the God-feartng People the clutches of the saloon keepers. '
"the constitutional amendment, as to which I number of Bull Creek, people on our >.A, .J
of Florida sent out bf p..tor.ol They say Governor of Florida
certain. churches in Jacksonville.-In: 'should not be an ungrateful man. tbs Governor has not the veto. por1 ,' return. We have not yet been among Tour t lab..

their endeavor to use the Influence of "The candidate supported by the saloon FRANCIS P, FLEMING. people In that locality but expectto
Jacksonville, June 6. be with them again in a few days.
their churches and .theiroffices, dedicated interests will owe his election to ; fort
to the worship of God, to secure .those who elect him,and must be grateful -AdvertteemeKt.PROM Look here Mr. Editor, bow about
under the b
this Gilchrlst Was
the election. of Mr. John N. C. Stockton to them." Without saying so In I matter?
Florida. Is words only rV+aVNai+fr#+si s+s+liewie>ai+arlgeNSei a Impression .that he was the logical cgs
at Governor of this the logical deduction .
from '
candidate for this. but it. seems !?'
gel
because bit opponent Is a roan of such .the above remarkable code of morals county, .thinks dif. ,' ''
O' corrupt and Immoral life as to call which the clerical alllanee enunciate. Is WHITTIER.i 1 this fellow Claude L'Eogle
forth the* condemnation. of Christian that If Gen. Gllchrist., against whose ferent. Well, said Claude talks like Ito:
under the
bou-mu.t. be Come
people? It would deem not, as they character .they say not a. word, is a one. s wit]
.ay, .'We do not wish to hay one word elected by the Influence :of t the saloon s3v o. i. ,o. yoke, fellows; it will not be hard forStockton ,

against the. character of their' candidate Interests In grateful recognition of s.e.s.t a e s h+lttat s s.+ti+ai..+IHa..: sort of a dry to bear.man anyhow Expect,he's and you a good all .,;; Vpri,
such
Mr. Gilchrist.Permit support be should his
prostitute
hillh'office to reward t Ou'r people, or very many of them, know we live In a dry county.. '! dalis
them. I do
me to this connection to sap not consider candidate for Attorney ,frfiJ
our County -
that I have known Gen. jQllchrlst. Intimately subscribe to such ethics No matter.
I Krlbbs, to be the moat sensibleman You Never, Can Tell w
for approximately 20 hewas by whom one Is elected If be Is an honest t
year; .
In the. This .
race. was naturallya j
I know just exactly. the cause- of your rbeuraatlflm. -
on mllltarv. staff Governor;; man, as Gen. Gilchrlst to
my
46 be was with me on various social oo be, he will: not use his office Improper I Moon precinct, but Solicitor Krlbbs'fine but you know you have it. ; RIca
broke the solid
speech through Do know Ballard Snow
callous when temptations to excessivedrinking ly. In' the interest. of his supporters, you that "
It whoever, they may be. phalanx which was opposed to him Liniment will cure It?-relieves the. S. :
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were not eking never
yet and captured the enemy's most valuable llm Or)
and
-reduces the swelling
raw, knew o..beard of Gen. Gilchrlst But let us see, In the light of the late scouts, .thus producing a confusionIn hers pain.the joints'. and muscles so that. :.'
ever having been intemperate in any primary whether. It Js true that. the the line, which was never routined, well '
you will be as active and as you ..:
sense of the word. Ue has always large vote of Gen. GllchrUt' Is due and the Moon men.were Captured by ever were. Price 25c, COo and tl.OO, ,,, 'j Gee
conducted hlmselt as an honorable principally to the Influence ofthe saloon the aid of our fair ladles, and .the For sale by Roberson's Pharmacy ,;
. hick-toned geqllrmad. and hiss ways. Interests. Of the. dry,,counties Moon was to eclipse. This speech was '
been a welcome guest In my household. Oilchrlst carried 18 and Stockton: 17. logical, a fins specimen of rhetoric and them
More -than Gen Gil- Lost.. -Double case, monogram,
a year ago Was the saloon Interest sufficient oratory and said to have been delivered
Christ., who had been repeatedly entrusted carry .the counties "Gllchrist. In with an earnestness. which left. our ([ B. M. K.) Gold watch with eur.!

, with. publIc office by .the people which there. were no saloons? _, Stockton : I people In no doubt as to the sincerityof dells plot on the Midland .train, In ors' ..'
of his county. who know him best, an- carried three of the nine wet ,coun: the candidate IB question.. The ladies near Uotha. Return to this. office and; T

. pounced) his candidacy for Governor, ties. How.do they account Tor that on of Whittier.. deserved all .the-praise receive llberat reward byteve

His record on the saloon question was the-:"saloon Influence''theory? While I conferred 4 upon them by the. ,honorable ,
that under ,.theconstitutional, . provision , Gllchrist led"Stockton )Jo Monrbe'a, ; gent. WILLIAM KIONir PILLS. j' .

ol' local option. In his county hs wet county he only got 217 votes as : O.-I. C. has suffered' Daft yon nMUctod your Kidneys II*v*, b a
., voted against the sale of) liquor. The against 950cast for the. two. prohibition. : effects' of fever but .e"erel'Jroiothe y*u overworked our nervous jttcm and *..'' 1 Gas
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trouble with and
ktdvej blwUmf
candidates.'I .. 1 '!
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liquor question nut Infected Into tour well
W, ( Duck) Simmons, and family ad- Have you pa l.o in .std.s nnweea
' .the campaign until. Mr.. 8 oclctoD'afterwards do"oof know how,''many'saloon: : talnlsteFed unto him aided bv a timely bladd.rt Have ..:a flabby aD *of the' ImBar
'Too
came Into the race and' declared keepers there. are in the State.. "V believe prescription from Dr Wien.' We arrived _.especially under the....''' *froquenldire L'"
to nrln r Jf ,
" for State prohibition. Was that 600 Is a full "...Imate.- of a par rbarm.o, '
Many i& Whittier Saturday, and while i M\m will ear you.-At Oeoeola. ) ';.
from 'honest conviction Or was 'It. the saloon keepers are men of but; little almost too weak: to do the subject Justice. Widows.WE.

becaus bethought It the popular side Influence. Is It to that. small class will strive" to give Tan GAZETTK !
,: 'Those who have known Mr. Stocktonfor that Gen- Gllchrist owes his great vote the benefit! of a few stray. thoughts.The : '
. many years longer than the clerical 23,248?' Nearly one-half of the entire rains for the past few days have i, HAVE 'JUSTRECEIVED ? $" he'a
tI alliance are best able to reach a primary vote. Bach a claim br the again saved our crops from destruction I
.conclusion as to' this Gen. Oilchrlst clerical alliance is not only absurd but '

declared his adherence to the Democratic an Insult to. the intelligence anti honesty Prank Godwin declared Saturday r' : eta

t doctrine of.local option a. provided of the Democrats. of the Rraterand I, bight, that be was fast using the few remaining .i grliIl
by the Constitution the framersof .
shows their utter Ignorance of the political I completeline '
of last year's and a' and of
ears new
, which included the. ablest and roost. situation into which,, they have crop Drugs Ha
. that his corn was doing better. than It.I ,,,
honored 'men ln the '
highly Stems. .o recklessly thrust themselves. "
bad done-before. Frank has a I and Patent Medicines of thebest' men
1 Samuel Pasco, President, afterwards. '- One.of .this clerical all lauoe. Rev.J. floe farm ever and moot the most.quiet and ; one : ;i Gas
United States. Senator William A. Blgham'wno; I am informed,>ls a. 1
refined families tbat affords *
our county assortments of
:' Blount.. A. E. Maxwell! member of recent importation from Kentucky'not. Stationery F
Is a splendid farmer and makes.
Congress, Confederate senator' and satisfied with his, brethren in frog
Joining;
Court a. good living at ".me. ever brought( to Kisslmmee; high .
of
Cbl".Ja..lce the Supreme ; their written appeal to the people, has; his
f E. N. Randall, Chief Justloeof the Supreme The oranges on the". Drawdy plantation :
seen fit to take the stamp for 1.his candidate *' '':
. Court; W.. H. 'Milton. son of ," Mr. Stockton aid 'Is reportedto have about disappeared at. last. i grade Cigars, Tobaccos and Gigarfc. \
,Gave, Milton and father of the present have said in ''reference to Duval the corals young but doing well, Solthew. i too
Senator; L. W. Bethel Lieutenant county, *'Gen.. Gllchrist carried that are calculating on a moderate. ettes to suit the most:fastidious; :

'" Go..rooljR.; F. '.Tavler, Chief Justice county by the vote-of 'saloon bums, crop. nets
: and W..A. Hooker, Justice of the. those who lapped the filth from the The Emporium Is doing a good business I Baseball. Goods on hand and more A

Supreme Court; John D.. Broome, gutter. and by grafters." In which selling corn at $2,60 per hundred ( elm'Uhl
l F. McClellairand :John Malone of these classes does be 'place the and being unable to satisfy. the. coming; Sling-shot. rubbers for e,-' \

,. Circuit Judll'eei.R.. C. Parkhlll, John large number of Christian gentlemen. ) dean. 'and even at those. prices. r' his
.". We.tooM-A-. ... McCatklll. John CRichardJobn of his own congregation. of his 'otherbrother Miss Benlah desired to quit the mercantile cry boy in Kissimmee; Toilet").. Ii

I" B. Johnson William pastors, who voted. ,for, 'Hen.Gilohrist business, turn the .affairs' over Gow
: T.'Weeks and other able and honored .? ., "- :' to ber lord and master and retire to Articles and all kinds ,of ,Druggists' $ '

r citizens. of the State.. most'of them. gallant In. .the first 'primary of 1904 :when lobe domesticity. of. her own householdand f ., con

Confederate soldiers If Oen.Ollehrlst Mr. Stockton raD'against: Senator : ber little kingdom of chlckendom, Sundries-in short every" ,I' haspe

;. I.too be condemned for his Tallaferro for the United. Staten senate : but such was not to be the c..... The .:that ..
, .' adherence >to the Constitution. condemn Tallaferro received in , Duval calls for that eminent lady were loud 1 thing one might expect to ; t,

< 'the tnen*ho'framed It., many of county. 1,108 more votes than Stockton, and vigorous, and she was soon 'ad' why
....,. whom fill honored graves and have There was no suggestion of a. liquor vised that the requisitions for her ser- find in an up-to-date Drug Store > rYer

,/ ,;left honored names; ,Are we to returnIn question. In ::that campaign and It v toes were so urgent.tb at she was again/ ", -
.t...," : analogy to the appeal of a 'higher there had been there was no' reason persuaded to resume her usual place can be found at a lea.
law" and a denunciation. of the Constitution why Senator Tallaferro. who for half behind the counter. .. ;<.
of"the United States. as "a a. eDtury 'bad never crank liquor, McClelland is again on the road after '

,,'" league with. death and a covenant with. should have hell" because Unrecognised the.Institution Of' the llijuor element." The proportionate ) on the move, con.umIDIl"bout.. 'co0etc
'..r of slavery? '" "f; vote' of Gilchrlst as against all the time of both to provide for his

; ;rBot: ,'say .the clerical alliance, "Kev Stockton in this county. at .the last customers. Prescriptions Carefully. and f

. er., before in the history of .florid: primary: } was ,!bus',little. in 'excess of ,Droves ,of cattle. continue. topas, -. t Accurately Filled. ;i
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Ga'Z6t\6 Next Tuesday ,is the day for' the I I. Mr/and. '-firs.'';J.;' :,M.:- .W 11.oo..' 'Jr.. I

second primary. It t* the duty' of left Wflda .daT. for New York, where I[The jI.NO'TIOE. : "

-- eerdetnocraa to go to the poll and Mm Wlllson will HDpnd the nummrr' Home: Store .

TKLBPHONB NO. 11., cat his ballot for those whom in mill for the henent'nf hrr.. health.. Mr. j !(,Rise M .

opinion will make the best ol cPr.. '' Will MOO 'w..a ,\UI.kld. a* M how I j I I W> are. no* the Srr1e 1 JVrem. f,iithU + 11 hereby pleal DC of,.. .tic.ba1 fOIIOW'Dlrdr1be4a' I IIO laaoi wiggs\ '",

ADnl' loot he would stu >' In New York, hut. territory for J JI *oi A..le7uls.IV.rtLlnm' wlllba : tyma"7 '.:t '
Misses .. Niemevir'and Kn.ImmN{ I L. .
FRIDAY Anll'leM..kln.oa tIft will, tny: fn the -. '
ISHEDUEVERY probably lift absent. for several l THK.: L. C. SMITH &'nnos TynctfrtiTKR' '
: went down to' Winter week*'which he will .*|x>rul in that city ,I The alwav-vlihla '
-BY- writing machine. :
Haven Wednesday to visit Mr. :
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and In '
Mr n. U.. Fuller Kentucky \I Sold for cash or on 1.1!oe.
w.... ..A..IS. at Lakeside TUB.: MJOUKN-CAXFJUvLU-SilJTII DESCRIPTION OF ; "I
CroneUr *. Dr GoldswlT. ), 'who has. been 9'm. PI. OWN f 1Jj
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I |log here for .the paat several years, IIno. and Organ, alert Columbia
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PPICIAL WKATHKIi "..PO"T..aw. O. W. Best and family, ofNar'ooo..ee and ha fitted of the best r Urphophonr, arid Records, For .
are. occupying Mr. many prw- ca.h or on IrititaliiM'ntHt' It'i efrraVolTi" .. . ,.. . ,' .. .. ." .. IA Ii'e 1M. ,. ,
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-L, .. tat week .. .. Thur. pie of KlsslmmM and .arl'OlIndloll"" N" '. 0 . '..
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.s. 19 1 .I country with glasses' :will return Mon-1 : KKROSEN: ... MANIOC. .,.OlDWI. .. .... 71'AI. ale 4e 8.; . .. .
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Carr. and family tore spending the r..A.'lP-Thil onlp k4'ro w nln., .;, .. .. .. r E : . ..
day, June:;, and remain until Saturday 'I n" lamp usiitg -:. ; '" ,. ." : '"' \Me Me..WH'.._. . . .. "
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.u incr t their Coranado. a mantle lit) CII..4. wn .. '
cottage on ( /11Io
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MlM 1'I1./40r: 0 Me 4<> llan-wk All. . .
20th at .
with' often Th Inu. . l
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--- : Beech I,, Eyes tested tree Heml acbe. of ,years'j' hour for I c( nl.. Guaranteed non.explosive. . . .. .. .. . .. . .. .... . .. .. .... l0 11'I. N. .eel wpsr mpl.La lanAtr, ...... .
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N Alr. Clarence Origin left yesterday standing bafllloir doctor 'treatment We would be eJ i .All . . . . :..:..: ,..:........ :. ...:. 1Ash .... .., plseLend(0.: ... .... aifeii < 'Q ... i
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for Orlando where be will I cured with teases by Dr. Goldste | plea u Lava vail . . : '
Tao .11 I spend a you All . ... .. . .. . .... :/I 'rla 11M
M 18 .24 few days. betore returning to mils runa. Don't neglect your children's eyes, I on u* and lee what we hare All.! .. .. .. . .. .c.. .:.. ... ... .. .. 37. 11 i1 N ", :' r.rend. : ;; S
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H2M. exA puflman car' conductor on th. Me.srs.T.. 'W. Rtlly and Ji B. N(> TROUBLE: TO SHOW GOODS. NUofowl*.. . ...... n. . ,..*.:.1''. .. 8'Cilia 17'1, !Apr! M .TMiw...p1a..Co.. .... ,1.:.......: e '
East Coast IPMMIJBO :I SO
Railway. O'QuInn who (secured contract for 11.-1 "<
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Mr JIY.. Tburman returned. last. Big< Need) rcw.o..w . .. .. .. .: . . .. . 1 as
week from ring V of the court house. began. work U of two klnd. Nw", fit II. : : : : : : : : .: aRe 40 ha. Lilly. .. . .. lU
ten day visit to his old 1: iliU week and are rapidly eradicating -conceit and the big N>4af MM . . :: 1 11' W.. y: 40 Bow ArnoldMI :.. ::.. 1 1*
home at Germantown" Pa. He found tlio, and bead that cume" from a tick headache. ...M ley.S3 of./ dlngy"Bpot
leaving D@ow..Dd 'H;
the beat very oppressive up there and i 1 a Doe our head <*v.r feel like a gourd HOOT ofo."or.. sad ". ; ,_
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was very glad to get beck and enjoy j i J j I olrtunly appearance In their stead, All and your brain feel loose and lOre? 1<1....w2f0rA.a707....11'.,_. lobe*;. .
the ..
oitiisrna of Onoeola
are pardonably beg at se toe of awl"of.wll -'
l cool lake You It in rune
our breecea. can
cup no time hy '
nil proud of our magnificent court house' acting .ZMydi wtMtrdSB' ... lII: ''0a &'Ie. KIT, Chandler H .. .
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: LOCAL HELD ji Mr. J. R. Grave Sr. and his twoII'rafaurbtera. and,will command the Commissioners on your liver with Ballard Hot'bin.. Lot >e 1 tutor* A
Misses Marie Hud for btivlaff/: thin. much-needed work and Isn't it worth trying few the .absolute L.w UJ Of d i4'HenrjAddenoole'rob rs 'sns aae I Robert....".. . .... ..:, ,1.

certain relief you'll get!? Frr.ale .. .... ,. .. . . '
I Mae Grave left done dieofaw4of w}< . III 3'< IIIe J'( (iii lay.

: yesterday W visit Dr. J. (.'. Moore the popular. ore- by Roberon'l Pharmacy. LMt.Alsedii.r. ": :. .:'. ...;:..:..:;' :,,:.. lb I ,Inc.... 38e 11120 M :Itonn'UeoW.1II..1.do. .... :: :..: 1K

relative, Cordele ahd. other point' ftorlp'.ionlBt: of the Osceola Pharmacy Mr. IT: --c.- "Eesley lelt Monday All .ofitv-. ....... ........ .... .. . 14 Ala Asa IIiO.Jt".I Land >o ,.. .. .ate,
Wade the,Tuner. Orlando. In Georgia. has obtained. month anJ morning with .n. InN,., ..f hand and Alliofdver.r..r. . .. ........_. .. .,. iM. 117. Hue aCid x..pl..ndCO.l ... ?. 8.1
a
vacation .. .... .
camplnir outfit for her lIoo14nf. .l\.. ...... .. t.. .. .. .. *, 40 Nslhv.rrW" H. .. t N
Overrtreet returned The Senior Epworth League of !the left Tuesday for Tampa to attend "heaDou..1 ranch down E"oloeu..4..of, )( 410- 9i. 11I10 I" e.rrll D .. . ..
to ? 0
'Cha
Mr. South for the usual A .... . .. 'a ,
1.ul.1. . . .. .
M. E. church Mil hold business convention of the State PhArmaceutical suiomer 'roood.up" .. ...... '. JM HnUlraa W ttl.. :.. a ,..
Jartow this week.logerloll a to mark !<:IL OleI4of ow OfNI(, .. .. .. .. .. ,
and brand the\ spring n 'Ca r0. Ill Unknown .. .. . .. .. .
meeting on Sunday. June 17, at 4 p. m. Society, after which be willprobably c rop' of calve Mr. ; N4 of..Uof ew4of N1... .. ...... . 81 2f'Mt noe b HlmnMMia W N, .. :. .. 1.tit
Mldtret watohe 92.00 attic's to mountain'' Lesley U the Nw'o..U.! .. .. .....
some .
All member to go resort a/IIIa .
are urgently requested l largest cattle .n. : We 40 Bnllivan Bnd... . .. sell
owner In the N. ol MQI Lr'ieR
be for a few week rest and recuperation. ptate, and ( M nor of MM of
prernt.Rev will mark and brand this between IMW of M)4) and runs w:110 ft S 210 ft*
. During' his absence, his place at the ,ear 2Kfftn 210 Jl . ...,. ..... .. .. II 2f'Mt see ....... '
Boy suit at Cash Ttore. 'J. W :Blgham, who was to Osceola Phaimacy is being filled bv two thousand and twenty-Dye 8.''ol"'I'l Bs Unknown .. .,. ,! I M
hundred 2A. BIle 4O tmnaaona Andre w j. .... .> '
calves. .
GeWge Gardner I I. home from have spoken at the court house last Mr. II. D. racy, an experienced w\4 at awl earn erg *w nor mm n 14* .IM '
night In the interest of prohibition I druggist. of Davtona ;d> uoT.a. 140 rd. w 'IO :rd.. .. .. .. v !."". IIIe si WIIIU R K . .. . lit
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visit to his --- --- .
Nichols on a parent and Joo. N. C. Stockton < -- -- J MolfiwUK4 ns { 1* m. t'0 ,..... ,. ) S
for g Vernor of . .: : : ::: : > :: :.url.11.(01"8
nw : ::
, to M. Jacks Mr. 8. J. Trlplett., who I. tem- ,.. f'OGERS'LVERWORT . : K 9e. 4O Hr .::.: :.: I
Dwellings, for' rent' apply wa called middenlv to \. . , 17 'lIIe: 2Ita 40 ..od.aM..II: .... .. ...."
1"
onvill and could not meet his aptpolntment. porarllyelUployoo In thin office and TAN AND CAJ4CHALAGUA Nw', .".. .. . .. .;.., n 117. *s0 ICI Bronenn W M. ... .. ..... .. 1 1., ,
I loose of the moat prominent'" labor Ne''.of..k . .. . I '!l6ailia 40 JITA.... .. ... .. 111
..t' For the nnnplnle cure- of .11"01 ow"i 1.MS.War. 7.14 rha 'ot ooi.,,
Forty roll of o>.ttlng cost, for union leader. of Florida "",lIrnedhom8.hl. Onuphs. Coa_ e a. '.

ash. S. C. O, How, .CO. Married, at tbe re.ldence'of.- William morning fron. Jacksonville, Asthma t4n llnj' |and nonenmptinn.Bronrhlcii end Liverwort.all Ijguist-oinplalnta' Tar and' B run*.l>oh 1 ssl0e.wbeh.etooL.wide ofTs, 1:1: 45. ..wi 7t Tlner Y K .. ... . ..:'.. f. M2As .

Or- M. Thomas. near Mulberry.Mr. where he attended the Independence Wild rhrrrr, hi.., for ace mantaloed! .o endulnollooi44le.i.Ibpolrouu I In aw eor
For Bicycles: Shanlbarger. : Arthur Lee of Mulberry. an-1 Party. Convention held In that. city mablintird I repiilatlon a* a .* .'1 owned. by idle, Minnie Mow> and
I"l1do. g-tlt.. remedx. It oontalue no opium or barmeal 1154au..*la aw cor owned by Mabel L. '
Miss )1ao\le johnisonof Kisrlm yesterday. Mr. Trlplett'wa honored druic "an be KInD with safet to children. Kill: and I aoreaquarelaaeeorowoed

Miss Marietta Pfaon I. vUitlng her wee, Judge George Levy, officiating. by being selected an both temporaryand Prlae II.Op. fmld only bjr Owieola Vh'n'.OJ'., .'I by Mrs N O Oliver and IM yds aqua, ;. ..

.) jgr, Mr. W. J. Waring In Lake- .-Polk Co. Record. permanent chairman of the convention -Lmtlr luueoor..v.i ....a.trlpl0yri...,.,'.ldooflesld. ........,. .. 13: 1I\a:\ :/lie Ao WUI..nJ:.:. ....."...... .lltl
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and also el.>cted 1 1of.std
wa all a '
latdh Presiding Elder S. w. Lawler was delegate tee the National Convention An Ordinance. De neoorofnwi lot. *.of; 'nw&'rane'aViiovda ; .18' 2110 48 Hari Morgan 1....... .... .* M

Cut price on woolen goods at Stanford .. Conference here yesterday the and Methodist beld Quarterly churchat whlch-meets in Chicago on July: 27th. Vfa. Wf4C.l'd.O..140 and yda o 440 yds ...... 24 'L: 2IIe 12" w.torKW.'.,...... .... 1 4Ms ,
Co. AN "awUol. S aores In aw eor ,
Mr*. T.a'I! aDd her two daughter ORDINANCE Ileiialatln. the Kuutituf ofAutonouileH of eUol ........ ... .. ,
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3130 p. m. He also preached at nwMofswi4 ,.,. 14 . til Rnulenoa Tnlee. . .. .. -S4
6 or 6 doses of "606" will cure any that churn last. evening Rosa and Francis left Wednesday for or Motor Vehicles the Htreots NWAolnwysn4Ny/or.w)1.; ) J J" .,.(. 7 It la.n. PI.'' lID MeNellL :. .. .. .. '. .. 994W
or Alleys Within tbe town., ..*,..* d.M. . io.. 0 :Ilia' 270 .. . .. ... ... .. '
case. of Chill and Fever Cold or La- the North to spend a month 'or six . ,. .. .. ..a. .. *.* .*... MeNHII. M
Mrs. J. P. Fox, of Tampa made a BE IT ORDAINED UT THE COL'NCIL'OB' .. 11 Ilia 27* 4O MeNetll. ... t. t *l
week relatives .
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grippe| < visiting at Wilmington B"of'W@@ .. _.. \1117.* 4O I'MtewayNavalBSoresea
week-end visit to her friend Mr*. H. Del., and Heaver Fall and THE TOWN OF KIB8IMMFB CITY, ..:. . (1' M.. .,. ,.: :rw :r.. 40 tV hiloer )!r. ... . .. .. .. lilt IM '
Mis* Ruth Jones ha returned from C. Stanford last Saturday and Sun Section 1. No ",noD shall. Johnstown. Pa. This I I. Mr Tress's
N. .,. .. . .. .. .. ..... .: : . '. .
Rollln College to spend vacation \ a. :27 40 PMtew. HuiitSiawoo
day. Mr. Fox- came up and spent Bret vacation In several veers during automobile' or. vehicle:propelled by any 11:1: of.w4. ....... ... . .. .... .. .. .,w a 11'1..* HO McNeil> ..,.. ... .. 15
and sister. 14IM
with her mother Sunday and they returned home on which time she has been closely power other than muscular. power upon any 1'\\"ofNlofNf" .. . .. .. ..... 113 Yrh. <1'1. HeneorkJA .... .... ... .*

We ire making exceedingly cloe the afternoon train. confined to business and her many street or allof la U .Town at .'rataolapcod 8"NeAoeell."o}Nor.awU.....and. oe4"of.ieK f..4 and. 'alb. .2h: :n. 40 MoNetlL. .. .,,... ....... | *4W t

price on furniture for the next sixty I This 'being the last Issue of the friends wish for her a pleasant trip.During greater baa B miler per hour', and upon appioarhln n, ofnwi : ol..t' . ..:. .".. ..'*' .'. ane :S7e lie, Barla,TI.. . . .. .. .. ... lilt
day, for cash. U. C. O. How. Co. Valley Gazette before the second Mra. Tress's absence Mr. any sharp. cnnro b.l4p. fill, ..r In. Losdbekt CampbenOitr. .. .. .. .. L, We :ye M LewlaBOIX . ... .. ... :91
Lot bit
A tl Mary B KG.b
tcmoctlon or cromioK of other sired, tlr ofneM
C. O. Newlon I.1 looking after her or alloys
*r.. T F. Calloway, of Orlando primary, our space Is largely' The taken store. the pereos drlrlnc or operatloc cncbvehW* 0' noM or lot 1 Campbell City .. I Ma '*He > Itrleklsnd A .... ....n.. 14oS

the of Dr. and. Mr. M. J. up with political matter. agony shall not mn UM same at rat of NAII000S.EE.n .
Hick i ,guest will soon be oer. however andw| will -- --- ---- ooedlns 4 miles per hoar and a sball at*all speed. tlnoswbilo >-. 8)){, lot ffi. . . .. .. ... ... ... .. .. .. ..... 20 2ts *laHKSDON I "l'ItOllllB'.1I4 Roses H.. 7. ,'

then have more spacefor. local and The Port of Unfinished Dreams. on the atroaiii or of PARK. . '

)fe. ra. P. A. Van Agnew and general nsws. alley* tba Tow bars TjO ... . .. .. .. .. ... .. ... .. .d... s
S. II. Bullock transacted business in There are IIhll18 nailing, fast, on a neb vehicle undo perfect. control.BMO. a aaa *i* ,.,.. ._.ST...... .......... '' N

Orlando Monday.; The Ladies Village Improvement billowy ,bay, .. .. Tf/oI.rj.I& motor vehicle..ballwlillsIn >' "ffi .. .. .. .. .. ..... .. .. .....RUNNTMIDB.Wt4lotIblkdS. .... ... . w&rtalj.; .. a
Society are preparing to have Broad To the Port of Our Unfinished UM ou a street or alloy..ba equipped wltb a .. ... .. .. .. ...... .. .. .. .. .. art. &..r'. .:.. Wlntl ., ... .n.r... _' 68
:EastmanKodeks. and uppllea atOeoeola way net with cabbage palmettoes.ThI Dream, snltatilo ball, born or whistle to b 5 tutMl ass txxl bib *7Lotft . . .. .. ..... ... ... ... .. ..... ... .r'. ..... ,,. Wbll7 ........... ... i;,
blk . ... .. ... .... .
7. . .. .. .
. .. .. ...a . MaeseyitE .
>> Pharmacy. will lend an added tropical appearance O'er-laden with hopes of a moon signal, and Nee| with two lam pa which hall be Lot 7 blk 78. .. .. .. .... ..,.. .... .....,... .I...., yet.... ... .:..; arNr..yalcs'iir, '' .Ie W '
to the town and the business mellowed -Way lighted between wnwA and sunriM whey In
uutfl
The .ervlce* will be held aitbe BARB ADDITION. "
men will doubtless lend encouragement with the joy of a rare see and I such motor Vohlel shall bt drivenor .'(blk PL. . ... ... ..... . .,. ....... -IH. .... .. .. Heeler 1N phlr.. .. *o I
Methodist church Sunday .
on I to the project. Yesterday! operated with an open _haullt. but hall be .wblk..L.: ...... .. ... ... ..., .. .... /,..' ., i..'t. ,r..i Cog.dwi ..... .....*.N a re
mirnin [ ,and night. watch lest equipped with tvltabla muffier.Beo. L C2Ibalre..llbdholbl..QL..., ,>/. ... ,.... .. .. K.B............... t iS
sail
the it vanishIng ShHiey '
We
a* All blk IK .. .
Dr.-R. E. Chafer of Miami, la spending . .... .. ION
"fThe Fay Stocking: : for children and a few day here on business. ThDoctor' e gleam: -. <. Upon sjtproacblu a person walklnf tlfSloaSandLikB'.I. .. .,,. ,... ..(. ...r.. .... ... .... I.ewii10M'r":: .; ; . 6.
ladle* at. Stanford Co. .Across tbe horizon, in setting-sun la Uis road..,of any atroot' or allay,or a boras SEARS' ADDITION. '

many friend here deeply beams-. mother draft animal being$ridden d ordrlvcntaereon Lot-' WtB, ..... .....,........net... .... .. .... Add.rhoMJ W.. ......r. 'S S*.
There will be preaching at the Pr* sympathize with him In the recent death"of .
a. Co.
There are ships Balling fast. on a a person dritlngor operating snob tBag SOUTH FLQRIDA B. *VRV.f. '
byterlan church Sunday morning and his mother who wa known andloyed ,
.. .. motor venial shall g1v.. ample; mat.oolherly.or' lot S Mk It runsn4det ,
billowy bay; algntl or warning ;
evening by lie,: J.: K. Nutting.b In KUilmmee. where she resided 7bfta4ldegwflftp/ldeg
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for a number years To tbe Port of Our Unfinished outs approach' and aball .... every raaaon- ''w7I1ft.47d..7ilt.., .. ..,..,.,....,. .... .... .. .. .. "*....80;. .../M-Vr: ft ,-
e of "66e" will Dreams. ] ablepvaoaatloo fo cniuro the safely: of such '
or doae cure anycase v .PATRICK'S ADDITION. .. . 1'
.
of Chill. and Fever Cold or La-. C. W. Foester a prominent attorney And they bear away treasure no person or animal. ,*and. In. tbaoaiaof ..boraasor VjMlblkO- . . ... . .. . ..,.. ,?...,..? .... .... ..., .... .,... s..n.JP'.... ........ ..n... t-t"II.rrt'. ' .
other ,
grippe. of Arcadia, wa shot and killed while money redeems! draft animals. to n}'avent. >TH.bMlnt the LANDS NOT PLATTBP. r .. "

eating supper In the dining room of While the wraith of a song .o'er the .. fJt"ofa..U" $ .... .. ..... .. . .... .. .. I* ISs 2IIe : .
Mr. E. C Maine and little of 'J. a'Onh.rsJss.A..y. .1 N '
son, the Arcadia hotel last Thursday blue water streams! 800. .. Any parson driving or operating soy Bog tow oor of ewJt" ol n.M run e *10 ft

Sawasota are visiting friend and nleht. The shot wa fired through a Tho we watch for their coming again snob motor vehicle .1raIf. at request or oa fl*> naiuftw210lts8lOfl. ._.,..... ...f...... :2* '71. 'He 1 )MODssmott...r*).:.,... i7,.. r
relaulve la KUstmmee. window of the dining room by an unit and nal by piittlns np tba band, from n rid- ru..lloft.sunwllolsll.f ) we person
pray .
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$ 21 25. 2IIe ,
1 OaUacbarl. ,. .. ..... lls
A beautiful. ....ort.meat."of'the new known assassin from a shotgun loaded Yel our hearts break with longing. lu, ; adlmi or drlTinc a rNWvebores or bonesor WHeT KI88IMMKK. .. I

lace. Filet Cluny Valenciennes etA). with buckshot. our hair, it turn grey! other draft animals, brine such' motor T.W- LotlblkaO. . .. .. .. .. .. ... . .. .. .. . ... .. . . .... ._..,. Saiaaar! ....tt.... M; .
KATZ'S. Wanted.-TO buy an orange'troy e There are ships flailing fast on a Immediately,: to a stop and If tnvtlUntr t* .

36. and. truck farm combined. on time billowy bays the oppoattt direction,aril remain atanoniuryso .' 'C. I. ..BAN DY '"
8 666" will cure .
of doses of
any -1\7'be ,l'1.h
as
To the Port of Our .,Unfinished long ryaaonable to allow aneb
all. fruit and produce made th .
grippe."Refrigerator ease of. Chill. and Fever Cold or La-. i place to be applied in paying for on the Dreams, bo...or animal to loam, and If travslllB lathe :... '. Tax"Collector* _t Osccola4< 81RJ1..fi.! ;
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. HINToN.In .- name direction aril rue rnaaooalila preeantloaln -
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place till paid. for in full. I am an Metropolis.ALBERT \'
{!( Ice 'honest hard working white Miami _/ thereafter paving| aveb bon or animal ', ', .
*, cream freezers, map I! .' c' 'I '
j provided, u'aU" cape such nona or snl- ,, (' :. .' ../ ,, I oj."." '. .
Hammocks, Canopies, and. all summer Address E. Lee.* R. F. D. No. 2, box '" .f,. II .
jOK>d* at bargain price for 65. Tampa. Fl... 24t: Sample Ballot', mal appears to bo badly frUhtened or th* per" :Ir T CE .' "
'' 'S. IlDW. a noperatingsuch; motor vablolo Is reqneitodso _
Saab: C. G. Co.
.A plenlo and. fish fry 1* being held to do such ponmo aball _.... the motor of ,,'

Edgar KaU returned. home Sunday near the old Wbttmore place todayby SECOND PRIMARY -.. ; snob vehicle to cease running loot .. nay Motiee la heiebysHvm that the following">airn>ed lands will be soil at I........ nnettoavew- the

from Cornell University Itbloa. N. the resident in the Point .t'CLion.i ; be reasonably.neeeeMry to prevent accident elk jhtand i .., of 8"_.br.of A.norida D. 1IW;_aeanMh,one of Uw thereof Awn Hell door at risilaiiaii City Y 1M CloaMr: of Oe-

Y.,. to spend the aummer vacation i Tbe editor of the Valley Gazette acknowledge For United States Senator and Inettro, the safety of otben.Sea. herein art oppoelta to the aanMtosMher. wltb{ moss aa will amt be ol neeememnr sate sat adrevti.i.w.to par the..stet dM 7ov freer.

hit : Invitation. from lion. .
parent. an 6. In'ease of accident to a person or .
''C. S. Acree to attend but It being Vote for one. property on the streets or alleys due to She operation 5 '

U.e .Plank''. Chill Tonic. Ouaranteed. our publication day, we were forced'to N. B.BROWARD. tberoom of avby motor vehicle, the .person : NAME.: I DESdurnoN OP PBOPEBTT., I Tae. ',1. Tax and ::

Price 25 cent. Sold by all decline, driving or openllog..m. shot Immediately ,

druggist*.. ullT8MasterVJr'adley Our stock of Fellboelin lamp has DUNCAN U. FLETCHER.For atop and upon request of a perou Injured) Unk t_.............?? UMa and. 4 BVwk ROM*.,.Addl., .. ,.... ._...., ai r .........v..i.... . IfiJ ',6 M
Harris celebrated hi I* arrived. and are ready for Inspection or of any person present, shall give mob person Unknown. .. .. ... Lat.BIoeIr.O .;. ..": .. .. 6*
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eighth birthday Tuesday. wltb a party. In order that all may have. an opportunity Delegates to the' DemocraticNational his name and address. and If b* bo not Ui* Unknown..I'! < Lou 1.4andtftioeki4"w".r..<..1 .!.... .."IBkoamalur's . M

which wa attendedby a number of to see this wonderful lamp burning Convention from the owner the name and address of such owner bdl..... of Blocks DL and IL at Baas........... .
.... Delay. Banderlot *.. . .... ....... IA4B. "
hi. little friend and have its operation fully described State at Large fI Any violation of any 01 the provis loan r's'8nMlTkloVetf\'leek\tL'of! .. 91*,

If you./ need anything. In 'WlnterOooda ., and we will on give next a Tuesday demonltra"'ont.oDlrbt. night l Vote, for three. : of of this not few Ordinance than A aball dollars be,'or punished by imprisonment. bye;one B H Iladb. . .. ... . ..8h lAtatandf ema ,.\. ... ....n.r.Baas...AaMHien,. ..., ui.A. ., _dal.

X. Drowhfa Bu..... Block SU Baas ........
you" sate from 26 t.olipereeot ,* 7.50: to 9-3O:! with graphophone accom BASIL O. BOWDEN. for not lea than 20 data.S Ifunto'WhltlMiIMaoto . 17 sad 18 .. .. ..4toa.f..,..u'(1' s

at l tanford Co. , ,', Remember the place The c. 7. All Ordinance, or pars thereof,, 1 In WbltnaUWODHavaKrt Lota' D"H.: ................,.,. .... .. .. .f....... 41 III. .

Mr*. Key -Joboaon and childrenhavegoo4K Nome Store. MAX M. BROWN. conflict herewith be, and tpe sane are. lierabyrepealed. : Robert Baas Addition.Blla .. ..
f .' : ..' AUofB't1r1l: ....... . .. .........' :; n. .. '; I.... 90* ::111
to. Pbocphoria Fla.. to Rev A. L. Woodward returnedhome A. CLEWIS. Je.okto.Sudley of 1ocIrPL./r'. / ..... ...,... ., _
C. "
spend the umlller with Mr. Johnsonwbo ., Tuesday night after a week' Paaand" la open sreMoo{ this 2nd day of Jso.. ( ...... 1.. .. 8"'roof ?": ...._..._,.t... ss ,. III
1*em loyed at that place.. \ CHARLES F. EATON. A. D. lice T. W. BXU9: CkvlMliaaa.. ... .. .. J!: or.r. .,..<,...,............... .. 467
absence, which he spent attending. the Preaident of Council of Town of RubJ-|uiaKat.: ., w"oIa..IrCl. ". .';';" ", .... .. .. .... . .. ao 7..
-? ..XlarimmeeCity. .. . .
LKBhrrar.L.K8Mvar. ,
. LotaJl..kll.\
"Suealoe silks" extensively advertised District Conference Arcadia, .ndatt.erwarcls \ 1M.. JO
so to Fort A. S. MANN. ... oto'. 4Vand *1 Block 1*. ...,." ......... n.......,.... le80toes
In all the leading( periodical going Myer. Atteet; IfmUtnaE ... .. . '8HofI_ 1 and Block*.,,.. ". ... .. .. ..... ..;. 41* I. ,
. on sale at Kat*'*. where be preached last SundayWhite R. H. SHACKLEFORD. i R. f Colltor... .. Lvta. and 8. Uloek B.. .. ,.....}....... .e f- .
&ILBBRT Clerk atld "
of .n..04.
at the latter place he went overto Town. camrlla SboiMud. N, s){ o.aB..O ,. .. .,..... ,.... '' ' IS 87.
The editor I. under obligation to Approved by me this an. day of June,A. D Tom Booott.Uaka . . ....." .. .. '
Santbel Island and enjoyed a dip B54ofia(5BbekO.r..r. .' '
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DemocraticNational
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Mr. C. O. Newlon for eome delicioucomb in the Gulf. For Delegates to the 1908. T M. MURPHY', : ... .. n.p. rtMe.e, .

honey from hi* aviary& oatingle Convention from Second Mayor of Uie Town of Kiaslmnw{ City. Join . . B.B.r. Dvanvfafa Addition. \ '
Creek.rt3tov4ood Dr flyers has let the contract. fork Andvaoa.BDPlanunn. ,. : "I /
L.J.1Q..I."J.
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Congressional District: ; ; is 1
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.new brick .building to Mr. FrankBa .t :

delivered' in town at **. who 1* already placing materialot Vote for two. Unknown . . .. ... Lot. ..... .... .lt.. ....... .i.,i.:. '

1.00 per'.trand.1&tf : the ground' preparatory. to be E. W. BOND. LB UTOT ..'. .... 1a(J.l.ebis..ls, ....u.5..r.. G i I7
K1S8IMMEB LUMBKB CO. inning the work. This building will 'life tlevtrew WN. Banwr .TboapaonI L. IJ'1! ;M/ 92*
,
, Florshelm' 15 Patent Oxford areth I be quite a bandsomd. addition to T: s. DAVIS. B..l la'aead WAdarnold,. fAdda. .. . .,'. :. .
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1lB..B. ** h
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>correct thing a* to style: ) comfort, Broadway. and will fill .loop felt PAT MURPHY. .m. .. e tree tome &. Florida B B t tE . "I 70
etc... Found n H C. Stanford Co. want In supplying additional office 0 Saves. B g. atthonwrtoaalOTnoor.of 19.ruse aontb41l

I only.', facilities for our professional men. d..w78fta .. w/7h .4rd.g. .7ftt.17 ,
FRANK: 0.. SEBRING. 1. ... .. ..... M
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FERRrS'SE.ElJS ,,
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Tbe young[ people of Kisslmmee are ThonnaaHVf .. *
Mr 1. A. Cranford, of Jackson. AUofB.I.f.I..1.. .I' .. . 4
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of be.utlful1II000TIllh"
taking advantage these FW .
I of the Con Governor: Wo'.AIU' i.: ...
vllle vice .
praaldeot '
nights and. are enjoying to Vote for end. Tbvnnaa. .1.. "I' . ......,....., 1 1 .
olldatetUNaval, Htore Co. was hereon ...._.. .
I busiir.s( Tuesday.'.' the splendid fullest lake.extent Bevies the pleasure of beautifulmaiden of. our ALBI:RTW.GILCHRISTa wW/aq..L._"' W\o.'I =.'.........' AanU Pow.ll. .. .,. .. .... 0, ..0'e A.. .1,,,.'/,.... ,0."l I .1 '

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,_ ..... A-l tirr liras H.A.Mathews'Addition. ,
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I For Cab.. -To clear'out stock, and and. group of gallant .", & .....-..-- ..... ..- HattU O. Cu.e.u'BLSSttoh b "....f.-....... . 19T
I make room fQr Dew good, we will for may now be seen each evening wend Ing JOHN N. C. STOCKTON. -...... u--&__&IJI,........ . . l&of tOiLetl, Block..,.-...,..4"8... > ,, ? ., 1.\2 1 .
lone toward the city wharf L ..11Ift.. ..... WTHMT titlWoek ..,. 9 4
week: only, cell white Iron bed* .t their way on an .Mrs UnknownUnkn . .. .. ..
| t2.. '16. eacb. THE HOME STORE. evening of pleasure bent. For Railroad Commissioner: .. . .,tz'4.iWtf.fLd ft en .aide at.L. IRseST..b..a.n..,.'.."{,,. r'I' ( 1 S* '

Vote for one. W. .'. Addition., ) I
Our spring book of, samples for Dr. W. Woodfin Carson, _bOJ'8ceDa.- "r W.tkir... . MX of isle 1 BleeJt i. .........VT a'sst':" II"
I men made to measure garments. Is ly graduated at the. Philadelphia Dental ROYAL, C. DUNN. JWWatnm .." .. I>Dt2Bk..kN.. ..,ii..2a.-. :.,...... ........._ i',52 f.
1 replete ha decided to locate in 1 .L7.erlaR.2 . ..t' Lot.Bb.kO.,..?,.>. <.,,.? ..,,... .. -r.......<. a
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with all the new thing comeearly . .. SIS .
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[ and get a good, ( Klsalrnmee for the practice of his pro SUBSCRIBE FOR THE a, I b np.oe Kof.U>t4lUoek .r '.+.C..,....d. ........ ',.O', 1
KAT.'S. fission, and. ha rented office at tbe bfrajitiKanMyWataon .. 9feVi /_of Lotl Block .. .....r..w..a... .,. ._ 5 I' I '
rfnMessrV.:\ Gray stone hotel. Hi* new In.trumeDtiand For County Commissioner, Disin ict fLORID HMLS UNION( 4k Cnaf or. All sad A CL BJl .Let 1 Black 1............. .1 91*

J. C. Moore and J. Z. office fixture nave arrived and No. 2: ) Plortda land.... InunoMman t Co/a nsy, '. .
aberion and W W. ... _... ,. .
Jackson are ; been put in place and he will begin Vote for one. Th Brett Stets Pmptreoe P.y B.llt..CLI..4I.. an 'Ilt 4 it19T

epreaeottng Klsslmmee at the Drug- work today. See professional card. DaiLr AMDsnspay MOUTH QSI yBat.. BMofLot. **.. .5 '_...... ........... .. ...." .
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?fate Convention In T..mpahll. weelfWanted.Oood in this Issue. E. L. D. OVERSTREET. (tale! --J:MMt ..-.... .Unplatted I. a

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celery truck Go to 'Kla. mmee Drug Co., and get J. T.: REAVES. Tile wlalJy7leesllalooand JagkL.l. RWnoO4B e MWMofNWH84HcUeaWTlr. RSa MOOn .
wer to rent 41 acre of land, delicious Schrafft chocolate. Vii. 2* *'......... .
lied and Irrigated on Paradise Is- some with'manufact.. For County Commissioner Diatricrecf t Tbe Fanner aid ; Unknown.Unknowi... ..? .,: .. 4EeNWi4edNWQ.INWS.! .. .. ) "' 1 t"
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.:red' For. term apply to F. Van urea for fresh good, chipped df MX'. tao nan.of the It. ..' .....:.'..-.. Ta. .NEHofK""K"oI KW"( I ,: .. : !'
ew. 20-tf, contract require..U eased taZgrtevManl toed a....Pral... U.. '..B. ... .. . . et .. I1 k*
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I The Value of Sklimnllk been weaned and allow them. to remain t deL"IIiU

ai' + '' It is figured at the Connecticut Station there until they are four or $ -J r
five months old, feeding them plentyof ,
/cents 100
r a.. .at least forty per
pounds for feeding to poultry, and ground and exercina so that they Working For Common Good 'kC
bone and muscle and be
develop
may
better results are obtained when tbe regardto
Bald la
Too much cannot be n
In a Rood healthy condition to. go
milk is fed sour. Probably tbe highest the good roads movement which 'v,
into the feed lot.
estimates of value are given by li steadily increasing (throughout the :: ;
In' building the portable houses it
ri thtt West Virginia Station, which and Automobile -
the Cycle
must bo remembered that they should country, says
i Claims they could afford to pay one Trade Journal. Tbe'bettterln, ot
cent a pound for sklmmllk rather provide good, clean dry sleepingquarSers.W. discussed
road conditions has' been
If. Underwood. [
than two' and one-half cents per \ IILllIIll for year, but the actual work of Improving )'9 :;: :" cif:
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Cul- -
rf beef scraps.Doston
pound for conditions has progressedbut ; h:>';' ,.
; tivator. Cheap KjR! For' JJakhlng. slowly until now The advent of 'r E'axs" ,: ,: : ,,;-.
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-. A reader complains that his neighbors the automobilennd, its growing-num "' .
A Farm Dog. buy eggs/ from him ostensibly: bers and lIpUlarIlY- probably' ;, {1J-f: ,{." ':,"

'when foe thetable, but, In fact for hatching for years, but the actual work of Improvements .. J 1.f.Q
A good 'collie dog properly : :
p ,,
f fi': <
that of- them : :
and get a
trained, will drive farm ,animals many than any other one )11'8-
much more carefully and with much start with pure bred chickens by pay- THE '"NEW THEATRE" (COST, APPROXIMATELY 11,250.000)), IN'' vlous agency. :The farmer for years ;t: 't".,

leas worry to them than does the ordinary Ing market price for_the 4. personi and when a poor helperand says he has no way to pen his fowls AND SIXTY-THIRD STREET. .NEW YORK. AS IT WILL snail's pace over all but passable)! '''!'>' jo.. "; .,!t.':':;''
and consequently the females and the' sane "" +.wa A. t .a
a worthless dog ore eel to chasing APPEAR WHEN# OMPLETEDLelllle'. roads,but just as soon as Miaa JULJA ass.iii.owB. ,
them look out for trouble. In ;grates all run together. It Is onlya farmer becomes the proud possessorof
"/ am "aiad torrtte my <>ndors -
the case of cows, garget milk fever simple matter to'build, a small pen A. Poor Corner. A Curious Musical Box. an automobile matter how antiquated sent oftHf pewit rrmrdy"ofutio.. Zda '

bloody milk, shrinkage of1 milk, milk and confine enough female. and one When. a girl puts a man off by sayIng In the South Kensington :Museum he ImmedIatelY becomes: so most Mco rlil y."-Jul ta JUariow.
tainted with fever cream that will male to get the eggs needed for she will 'keep a little-place in a In London Is a curious musical box. I dissatisfied with the road that was Any N>Dlt'dt that benefits ditfostion d..

not come to butter-these are among hatching and then keep no males corner of her heart for him he may It was originally the property of Tlpu previously good enough end forth strengthens The nerve the centerrenuirs nerves nutrition. If

the results that arise from frightened with the other hens.It be sure that It is a corner for Which (or Tlppoo) Sahib, the "Tiger of My- with Joins either the r.n1'of the the digestion ii unpaired, the nerve centersbecome .
worried: overheated cows. a lot. of males and females are she doesn't expect to have! much use. sore" who died In 1799 being killed good roads workers or the largertraternity anemic, and nervous debility is the
The owner may ,thInk himself fortunate allowed to run at large and the eggs during the British assault and of "kickers," who. however result.
used for hatching, It will not be long Capture the agitation. One of the " " "I" " '_" " "I"
if at the same time there are of Serlngapatam. the capital'of Mysore. help along
no legs broken. Collies make good before the eggs should not sell for IN THE PUBLIC EYE He always hated the British silent workers for.the cause of good 14'rueta tr not axerrfne
the
It
more than market price. It Is easierto Is the stationary gasolene engine ; stimulant. tfnr/ttt .t
roads
but :
dog generally they are specially and to show Ills enmity be had this 0ybeneftttnpdtgretlon.
R 'fitted for*this sort .of service.-Home tear down than'to build up. andth'e Instrument constructed The box lea which' is surely It slowly! eau- < .............*.. '
and Farm. work of developing a good breedof life-sized statuary group showingthe catlng the male members of the farm- 1'eruna trees the stomach of catarrhnlcongcstioiu
fowls retrulrfng years mar be destroyed ing communities to the use of the Internal anil normal digestion i. in*'
symbolic tiger of Jndla at the
In two years at most. combustion engine from which reiiult, 4"
Doors For Guide, End. throat of England represented by a In other words\ PeriiTia KOCH to the bottom 4
There is always, more or less trouble Try always to improve what you British omcer. When Tlpu wished to It Is but a step to the use of the auto of the whole difficulty, when the disagreeable ,,
rave even If they are mongrels and of those
The ,
mobile. prevalence
In finding a suitable method of amuse hla court one of his attendants ymplomi disappear..Mrs.
I your trouble will well repay you.- I small stationary engines in the rural J, C.: Jamison. Wallace. Cab
doors for turned a band when the
banging unloading bay from II i tiger write: .
I Home and Farm. districts is Increasing at a rapid rate,
# emitted horrible growls and the man "I was troubled with my stomach for .
'- raised and lowered his arms and ut- and already many farmers have six yrxn.iw. treated l b y three docU>rX7They
Notes by a Working FArmer. y' rd t tered terrifying shrieks. Inside the through their use been led to take up said that 1 had nervous dyapt'peia..r ,;,
\t' 1 waa put on a liquid diet, for three month
Io, Early growth helps early ma tiger are four rows of pipes and a set the automobile. "1 improved' under the treatment but ..
;I : turity. of Ivory keys which are either of Another feature which] Is also soon as I stopped\ taking tbe medicine), -I,
Regular feeding makes animals French or British. manufacture.-Chicago working for the common good Is the got bad again. : 1
: more content.To News. fact that the horses are.gradually becoming "1 saws 'testimonial' of. a man whose
rams wee similar to in,me being cured bjr
: make a success of farming accustomed to the automobile 1'eruna. ao 1 thought 1 would IIlve it a
avoid expenses. there are fewer Accidents and trinl.
vl Food given to unprofitable animals Scrubbing' Icvlce"In thIs fruitful source of antagonism toward -I procured a bottle at once and com- ,
the ordinary process of washing menred" taking it. I have taken several.
Is wasted.! the motorist and everything/ for' "
bottles and entirely cured.
textile goods by hand It Is customary am
l The! best composted manure pro <: which; he stood has been to n .largo
duces the quickest results. to rub the (goods over corrugated extent removed. The Introduction of

With a variety of stock one 'can washboards or like surfaces, by which the high wheel type of onto has also !Sow York city exp .nsx.* for tils
with the aid ot water and deter-
utilise all foods. some had Its share In Influencing tho farmers year will bo $37,000 moro a day than

Plan of Door. All (oils for plants must be solu- gent substances the scrubbing servesto of our country districts toward a they were last year. :,
remove the dirt. The object of the
ble to be available. more friendly attitude to the self- ,
t device shown In the accompanying Illustration -
c the-outside, of buildings with slings. Best breeds do not Insure most Is to reverse this method. propelled vehicle<< for lu the buggy; Free Ouro for Rhoumatlsm !

In the accompanying plan each door\ profit without proper treatment.A type was apparently recognized nn Bone Pain \
It consists of an of J
arrangement
a se-
-t (s hung Oil a track parallel to the high selling price does not lessen CHARLES N. HASKELL old friend without the limitations Imposed ,
ries of flexible pockets capable ot and Eczema
roof. The doors of course are a the cost of production. The First Governor of the New Stateof by the home. In fart the modern !
compression so as to produce a vacuum .
little dlmcult to close, but no more It needs faith In your occupation Oklahoma. buggy type of automobile fulfils Botanic 111000" ',BB0.turnlh.wersw 1
and suction through the goods! tear nl h.um."m bon pains awbllvnmu !
laC than a door hinged at the bottom. to bring about complete success. the dream..f move than one mechanically .cl.. and 'loiniv br purifrmi the blood. I

In'' which there Is often' danger In It rarely pays to feed for a merely lUblp.v I Inclined American farmer und Thousand.' ether uvfttcnrnlft..I raie.' cured fatled.br Frlct B. B.,B..._afterII perlar rc. \I
handling;: possible increase In price.It has already done much and In the.I .. bola at dIU' cola mb. compUtslet ; ,
f' is the little economics that count The "mad dog"; season begins with near future will do more, to clianno ....'...". ,0' hon.uamenl .>L.... sample "', +If'
....... .. < ; : br""Mlini. Blood Balm Co.. A>l.nia,.Ga- ,
J JI Males ,and Females. i up most In the end. the warm weather to continue aa r his attitude toward autoiuoblUng. Y .

.A reader alb us Jt he should sell The roanurlal value of food. corresponds long as heat, dust,'noise and neglect With motoring becoming almost uni -+Pr"f f
tbe tus-les and buy others for this to their nutritive value. train the nerves of dogs and men. vernal and the old antagonism of the There is such a shortage( of olive I'

year' matlngs, as :joth males and Underfeeding stunts growth and A homeless cur, kicked by a cruel or members of our farming communitya oil In Sifaln that none Is likely to be \

+r .t females are, from the came broods. overfeeding It a waste of food and of thoughtless boy, runs barking thing of the past it is but a question sent to America thlsyear_ _:...- i

t" iW v think'not, especially' If the fowls time. through the street. A child Is bitten, of time when our country will QOOD-nTE TO COR7TS.. ,,

are good and conform to the requirements The richest part of any manure .to and the 'pnnlc-strlcl-.en bystandersassure be Interlaced with as splendid a system You can say goal-bye to your corns, bunions ,;.,

of that 'particular:breed. tbat which water will wash out. It that hydrophobia will de- of highways as those seen in and sore callous spots when you get I

SOme, of ,the best ,fanciers serer The better food you feed the morn velop. If their victim Is sufficiently many European countries, for as a AII.OTT'aa.T 1x DIAX coax rats'r, lire.Bur..

,Bo'' out' of their;:own pens -to'aelect careful you should be of the manure. Impressionable Its death follow, and :S ritn unit all will be working toward the quiok, permanent cure. It cures the painful -,

their breedlug'fowts,' and by;careful There Is more profit In growing an I another "mad dog scare" Is well under one long cherished Ideal-the perfect removes, soft. corns warts as SSo.well at as druggists the bard or oaes by: mall and 1$+

selection' they gradually eliminate a animal than In fattening one already way highway. from Tax ABBOTT Co.. Savannah, Ga.
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Just at Indulging
fault here and a fault there each grown. present Staten Island I. -
In one of these unreasonableand TWO WATERS FROM ONE WELL ,
: Profitable feeding consists-
i :year producing fowls a.little better 'giv
than1 they produced the previousyear. ing an animal all that. It will eat and dangerous frights with the aid New York Stale Hands.
'; and assistance of certain health authorities. Twin Pumps Draw Up Fresh Water
: / digest properly,, The New York to Paris automoblll '
} I 'It Is not'tbe matins of fowls''from Ttte value of commercial fertilizers The alarm of the people ls .1 ta 'e.'In Its early stages, has served And Mineral Waters
not to be wondered at but the fact Salt water and trash water from
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Itho same blood that causes them to degenerate depends on their containing the elements strongly to 'Impress upon'the public '
remains that physicians disagree the same well Is on'Ohio ooveMy discovered ,
but Indiscriminate breeding which the soil needs.It as n mind the generally bad condition....:of
"'" of different types, none of which are II not the hardest labor, but the to while the existence the disease rabies, while being moved over them with the roads in the Empire State All by a member' of the United

good In any particular section.: Of belt 'directed. labor. that, accomplishes almost men acquainted with dogs are pressure. The scrubbing Is effectually owners of motor cars have'known of States Geographical Survey .eng iilied,,,, tIn

t, course this applies only to fancy tred the best results. such unanimous In declaring- that performed without wear on the this condition, and complaints o( It making Investigations of grotrs4 '
poultry :on' the Good food and shelter well in no thing as the "mad dog" of have water conditions! In Hamilton county( ':
u farm aa a, rule pay bands. The compression and suction been frequent and severe. New ,Ii
the points to. be'considered are size, either case but always best when. Mr.popular imagination ever existed. continually forces the water and soap York, with all Its agricultural and Except for the fact that two pumps
rigor abd"laying'quailty. Tbeso can given! to'the, best stock. Freer of, of the Society for the Prevention through tbe goods with the effect of manufacturing wealth ls far behind are set In It side by side, it resemble

all be Improved by selection and It The nearer an article U put J In that In fourteen Cruelty to Animals asserts a rapid and perfect cleansing New England and some of tbe States aa ordinary well. But one, of k'

shows grpssj neglect It such II not condition to suit the purchaser,. the the years the agents: of Washington Star. of the Middle West In many Internal the pumps supplies water excellent ,
looked after.-: Horns''and ,Farm,' better It'Is for the seller. than society have been bitten not Jess improvements. to taste .whereas. the water from the j
15,000 times ,
Profit la and that not once other Is highly charged with various j
farming depends on three have the Snakes Vermin Destroyers. The traveler through the rural districts so
]J' ;Feeding Farm Animal. factors -tht, cost of iiroductlon.. thai lowed. symptoms of rabies 101- Following an agreement made of this State especially if he mIneI'd'aaltl that It Is almost 'A

: Liberal feeding of live stock time consumed J la producing) ; and i the Wounds caused by animals are not early last spring melon growers in has recent memories of the Massachusetts brine. This 'Water has been recommended :

means land Improvement. Some 'price received. more dangerous than wounds result- the Southern Illinois watermelon belt country Is struck by the pre by some physicians as hav, ,1
AA excess of any kind of food fed dominance of the dirt tag big medicinal\. value. ,
I1 lands'are considerably improved by ing from falls or blows. They shouldbe stopped killing non-poisonous snakes, road ut well "
',the application ot, lime,'either In the to an animal, beyond Its capacity of cleaned promptly and thoroughly and this year the wisdom of the as by the overgrown gardens, the When first dug tbe well was a .. t

,limestone marts or the burned lime- digestion and consequent perfect cauterized or rendered aseptic In agreement Is thown. Heretofore shabby farmhouses the ancient: great wonder. The> secret ot the;; 'i 3 '

atone slacked. Clover' Is a great'aid Mslmlllatlon i. a waste. some other way, and kept clean while melon growers have had their fields barns. The towns are full of brisk phenomenon lies In the fact that two' I,l'

In"; restoring or retaining fertility. The purity and high. 'breeding of healing. If these precautions were devastttted In a single night by mice, life the factories are busy.! There Is "water bearing beds confined between//

Xtaderdralnlng. U often the first step I an animal determines Us power to always taken and people would stop which burrowed Into the hills, eating plenty of wealth. Ours Is supposed layers of limestone occur- at this JJ l '

to b..t.ken In' )renovating a field. transmit its given properties to its talking abou t ,r bles, the "mad dog the planted seed. It was decided to to be a proud State. But all the point, the upper carylng free, wa I.

:. {iWben one Is undecided as to whether' offspring.One season" would soon cease to occupy: keep the mice in check by not killing pride seems to centre in the cities and tar and the lower salt. Th"5''plp l ::":'

a fieldneeds underdralnmg br not Itta great principle In successful an Important space In the calendar. snakes. This year few mice are seen. the big public buildings, the" churches of the fresh water pump Is but sixteen .

always safe .to"'zlve the field tbebenefitof farming Is to produce the.belt, of its New York Sun. -Carmf Correspondence IndianapolisNews. and IIbr les. Trolley railroads run feet long, and that of the saltwater .

,y .] ,.the 'doubt. and underdraln kind of everything you raise. along many of the'country thorough- pump Is thlrty- Ve feet The I
1 It.. There Is no economy In wintering The United States has 9560 public fares and the damage done to the brine, being heavier than the freshWater

Animals of the same variety are stock unless you are'the able to securea I and private high schools, with 40- Illinois has 28,083 school teachers roads In building them is often not does not mix with It, but re'n; I

not alike and scarcely any two will steady gain at samo time.- : 631 teachers and 824,447 students to whom 14,499,121 was paid In sal- properly repaired. mains at the !bottom of the well., and ,,-

do "equally well on the same food; Home and Farm. In 1890 there were only 4158 high aries last year. Women teachers gor The winter struggle across this tM longer pipe consequently draws .

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y$.$. plied' If possible. CUlIl"ot different Protection For Bees.A 297,894! students: bursement. automobile race ought to awaken doirce of the New York Heyidd.The ., '.

+ ages should be separated for feeding is the hive B Is the space packed every public spirited citizen of New '
as the weak ones will not do York State to -the need of continuing Portuguese government offers .jj
with chaff, C Is the outer case. The'ouler
..well with'' the .Itron,. Cow are case is painted red and the top HIIVCER. PASS, HISTORIC PATHWAY OF MANY NATIONS. the expenditures for good roads. The) a subsidy, of $12,600 for each voyage". .ii *
snowdrifts have for the purpose of establishing a (
y' weak and shy; it takes them longer is hinged at D. I usually pack he been among the
p'. to eat their meals and, they should bees about November, 20'and take slightest obstacles the motorists have Portuguese line of steamers' to
', therefore be put where' they can not them. out about! May 15. I always encountered.-New York Times Edl. BUILT- UPRight t i'a
be domineered by their' superiors jeave the front of the hive without torial. '
strength.-Agricultural Epltomlst.) ,- Food Givcs Strength and BrainPower
packing and I find the bees winter

better, because on warm days.In win. ? t d Bad Indeed.It >
atp t Roads
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Pasturing 11c:_.. ter the bees haTe a flight which Is ; ix'r' Sat irr -
In pasturing hogs I have found It aRr1 v 'T, Is no wonder that the grangersare The natural elements of wheat'and

a good' practice to construct a num- ''\) D speaking pieces in favor of bet- barley. Including the phosphate: of ,y

ber Qt:halt-acre'lots,, placing a'. portable \ ter roads, as tbe mud la something potash, are found In drape-Nuts, and u

house In very other one and r rI formidable on the country road At that Is why persons who are rundown '

giving i a sow and her pigs an Individual East Longmeadow, Mass, one of the from improper food pick up

house.. By the time they have A.. I'd churches' was closed Sunday on account rapidly on Grape-Nuts. S
eaten'01" stamped down' all the green I I of the muddy condition of the "My system was run down by ex-, ;

z stuff: onrthis bait'acre, the.house can I '_' roads A Hartford funeral party cesslve night work," writes a N. y.
j' Ye' ,a, ,., driving to man, "In spite of a liberal supply of ,
easilyb4? lifted over tbe fence to the II 'I { Cromwell found the roads ,
next lot and tbe'hogs moved,'where ; Impassable In some places rendering ordinary food. ), i

they will bare plenty nth, f".bi'green !( n l It necessary to take to the field The "After using Grape-Nuts I notnted

d' 'pasture:;' The: 16t they have been , milkmen and teamsters declare that Improvements at once in strength! and.

taken from can then"be plowed\ and they "never saw the beat of it," nnd nerve and brain power. '

sowed' in rye"'or1, forage,.crops that beneficial t'O'' them: but* when using the chauffeur who gets off the macadam "This food seemed to lift me op

'grow.comparatively: fast, so, tbat by packlulr,In, th.,front the beat from rs"entltled'' a premium.... and stay with me for better exertion t
the time the bogs have exhausted the the sun does not penetrate the outer Hartford Times. with less fatigue.. My weight in-, i,

:.,. second Jot they, can returned.'to; case an4 the chaff v ry.'easily\ .and the 4 xIp creased 20 Ibs. with vigor and 'com ,,'

'the original one.' Thus the two, lots bees do not'stir'' on 'an occasional Too fort In proportion. ,
Many Unreal
_ :wm' support tb .sow and:pits) ,until wmttn' winter day, 'while:, those of the Wants: "When traveling I always carr7th6

re,, the pigs .old. enough to wean. and single front hive nave 'a cleansing We are ruined not by what we'real' food with me to Insure Wvlns.lt." l''

+ ....1lI..afVptoPett' )' ;cred'for' .+ support I IIl ht.-J.. F."';Buch mayer. ,:.In. ..The'' I ly want but by what we think we do; Name given by Postum" Co.,,Battle ,Ii

the sows the 1eJ around. . Epltomlrt. 'f' : therefore, never go abroad in search Creek. Mich. Read'' "'thea4. 'to"f "

5 \ 4Ibave-also: found It to be a good b q. ot your wants; It they be real want..hey' Wellvllle.:l In pkgs. 'Jk* ; r'

practice to have a larger lot. It possible Siberia long regarded as a barren .h v will come home In search ot Ever read tbe above letter? '/A new"one ,,'

t' ;,: i.front/five to ten ,acres., to country. U DOW producing i..;' great o k you; for he that buys, what he does appears from time to time: ,They

?; t i I''tarn alt,the pics Into atttr tb j have teal of foodstuffs t not want will soon want,what he'can" are genuine,' true,and full of banuua. .t

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FLORIDA MAN MURDERED THROUGHOUT. THE STATL Question'' of :PuV in' Mexleo..

"To demonstrate the shrowdnessoflie 'One'ooG t"
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K>7V erts soldiers 'ot the'tilth company serriiE :
atwttar Mexican' :merchant I want to tell'you ,
s Coast artillery, Indicted by the federal :
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QUAUTYFRESMMCfts BLCMOIM 'storyald U rma.\\ of
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iProinlnent Man u Shot \... Death grand jury on charge of robbing thepostofflce H ,
;, ,: at Food ROASTING MAKING (Mexico. Sbortli..before r>Je-ft,. a,ceri '
Kdgmont Key Fla pleaded
of- vial"
of the
bomsfund :
a While WHIM -VOV shay merchant ord .to a happy ,
tale *
Eating Supper. guiltyIn: the, United.State.. court Products 'eeptlaei! ,j '
LUZ1ANNE large furniture beneath this country) of information 1 .a to the methods
-The annual 1eetlnc of tho' county COFFEE. .
commissioners and good roads.associa< for an Jrm'' ted. lieInstructed, the '4( promoting'bed andti"6, aDd

I I,11PNE) ( 'D IN TRMt Lion of Florida! ,will convene \In; the Peerless 'Youartposithrety i6wre4tlFsllThrfirstfourPoints ,lima to unscrew the small bras lutob right living and -"led. world's

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city of Ocala Tuesday morning June -a for ifobsT which| ,- adorned the Ironwork 'TIlleh'Pptae bat pro iucta.Product. '

j J4" 22. 1908. Dried Ya Iallp9ilibfjelkplll'tdkt( clerk for the ftrrn.; when he 0 r.. "

/Unknown Mar Urr f Made Good HUN. -The following are the names of Beef r 1 read. the: Instructions.", assumedp- .. do'JIII 4itotual'execs, an4'rueooabl.

..t. . ......"-' adi.'A'tou.ed-Lyostf: the white teachers who took the examination p&rfl1t.1r.ltbat the-M.ilcao was ,crary le' icUinu.;.trothfully.1, ..presentedmad

,.. at Ocala: Mimes A: Beck Until the ordinary dried Tas 7Me akwretvLO lkrt Ys and neglected< to comply wl ,ifce.roQuest. which l )eave<'tained to world-irid*)
.
fag I* Ferod.. of'Herlin.' Josla Hrant of Klectra: Kda >r'I' Ccne
of I). Johnson. of Hsddlck Leila Marsh : beef that sold In LulJr.Ubb.s ...-.: ..was-dolivwed to U... f'xIOlUbe had of the World; pot of Individual
Ocala Irvine
Noble of Car--
Arcadia' Fla.--C. W. Forrest.< a ollne Pasteur of Stanton Romeo Elale Peerless Dried Beef! to pay the same price for It aa If It only, but of the many who'have)
prominent attorney was assassinated The man who gets there doesn't bad been constructed entirety of brass: s
Schneider of Ochla. Shelly Souter and sealed .' the happy faculty of selecting and obtaln-
1 .athis home here while at the supper comes In a glass jar 'have to efeplaln the devious the
4ak off
Mrs Maude Barter ,route If the knobs had been a
of Sparr Miss An-,
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table: "wlta his family. Tha assassin !las the beat the world afford
.___ : door of the nle F-,, Wilson of Reddlck and Miss in which It Is packed .the' by which he ' stole'' to the screen '
'house up and fired a full charge of shot Martha Maine of onardville.; N Y. 'American.HAD the weight off the feed. In Iron. Because ,One of tho product of that claw, of
sliced} those
raS moment it is into
ifrom a shot can. Into bla .bod)'..killing -AJtb ugb May ,Is us'ually) a"dull ECZEMA YKAKS. the knob, were brass the authorities known component part, on Ethical

:hlm Instantly There U no.clue to the month; In the export business at Penta- ; .Jelicious thin-wafers.. .j Mrs. Thomas Thorn peon.'ot Clarkivlll ; charged the bed up as brass, remedy approved by phyalcUn and commended

murderer The entire town( Is aroused cola, the past mont: has proven an exception f" Qa., write, under data ot "'prlISS.,19071 .1 thus making the duty about four times by the Well-Informed of 'the,,
have bets and to, the .rule according to' ate Buffered 18 v .- with "
and .poisesieJ' formed None of the rich natural tormenting eosema; what It should have been. -Wishing.
; World..valuabU and wholesome !
'have started out lu all directions. If tlstlca compiled by'government officials. had the bat doctors t6 preeorlbot, but nothing ton Post. I family _

". the murderer is captured a lynching Is The countries to whlcu shipments flavor or goodness escapes It eared did m*any: good I until I got TBTTBBIHS." laxative Is the weU-known Syrup of Figs ,
me. am *o thankful
feared.! were made and the respective Thousands of other can testify to similarour Illuminating tlie, and iizir'of Senna, To get iu beneficial

, Detective Bell and hla bloodhounds! valuation ,were 'as follows: 'Austria, or dries out,, It reaches you *.. TBTTSBIVB is sold by:druggists or Like most other Important Invention effect always buy the genuine; manufactured
have arrived from Tampa and :\ the $36,001( ; Azores $4S10: Delglum, $37.- fresh and.with all the sent by' moll tor BOe. by J. T. BacrTBixs,
dogs were taken to the scene oft\ the Ott; France. $34.262; Germany,, $228.- nutri- Dept A, Savannah 0.. or dlscoyerjes, that of lllumlnat- by the California Fig Syrup Co..rdy ..

murder but the tracks had been! ero"", 615; Italy, $31,967; Motherland. ,101- 1 rnent retained.;ILlbhy's ,. Ing gas takes us. back through devious and for sale by all leading drugglits.j
The
4'd. and the dogs could not get ,the 413; Portugal 2.562; Russia $46.550; 'Kentish fat boy;, Charles taw wajs and to many point. But

scent The tracks of. tho suppoied, Spain $16,20U7- England $579.456\ ; 'Peerless Dried'' ''Watts-ot "Woodohurch bat, celebrated we get very near the head waters of Two Sedalla (Mo.) ''Women were

murederer! wers followed along a creek Cuba. $7,000; Argentine $54.273; Bra. his sixteenth birthday. During the I the question in. the Rev; Mr. Clayton, sent to Jail because they refused ta

4 flowing through the center of the city Ell. $37,306; making a total. ot ".226.- Beef! Is only one of a Great last year he has Increased'In size. and of England who. In 1739, published a send .their children to school' >

but were 'lost where Eras had grqwn. 874. now w lghs973 pounds' la -"Philosophical Transact
Sheriff Freeman aided by citizen.. Is -The people of West Palm Heach number of high-grade readyto paper tions", detailing hla experiments with D. T.... Test ....... a" urn t

t, making every effort 'to capture! the are engaged In the laudable enterpriseof food productsthat TORTURED 'FOq; SIX MONTHS Shako into your shoes Allan's Foot-Kate
murderer. building a rock road from that city serve pure e the gases obtained by the decomposition powder for the feet. It make tlglii anew
of pit coat In. heated close ves-' shoes foot Cure Coma Bnniona.
- -- --- Lihby'sGrel' easy
< west for several miles, to opu up ,a are prepared in By Terrible 'itching EczemaBaby'sSuffering and Foot
Swollen, Hot, Smarting:
MELON (CROP; SHORT. sale. But Mr. Clayton had made the
large and valuable and fruit ,
farming While Kitchen. was i Terrible -- Soon and Ingrowing Nails. bold by: allSweating dnwgia
p growing section Entirely Cured 117,CutieDra.Ec&ema .' discovery long before this dale, ai and shoe toroc. 1W dIL Sample sent FBM...

Notwithstanding That Fact, a FineCrop -Tbe various business houses of St: appeared on my: son's face. W be alludes to It in a letter' addressed.to Address Allen a Olmsted. L.Boy,N,,Y.JUGULY' i

s si I I. Going Out. I Petersburg are -closing at noon In or- Just.Y a package of any wrnt to a doctor who treated him for three the society in, ,May, 1C88.-Th. *

Gainesville, Pla. f- Notwithstanding: der to give their clerks and employesa of these,such. Ox Tongue month. Then he was so bad that his face American. HECOMITENDED.!:

the fact that owing to unfavorabls con. r st. This practice has been In and besd'were nothing but one sore and The Lady -Have yon seen my caw.
Vienna 'Sa Pickles. his car looked a* if they were to fall book'
dltlons of the weather for the llasl"two vogue for some years, and extends sage. going yettThe

mouths In this section, It Is estimated I from the( let ot June' until September! Olives. etc. and !how month 0<<. so we tbs tried .another,doctor for four Other Lady-Well, no; I bar
see
1st. baby: never getting better. ,
any '
that the cantaloupe and watermelon r His band not red It myoelf.: ) : but 1D7CIOok't.u.
and leg had
cropa will fall at leant 25> per cent .'..3onipany:: O. F. S. T. retusued to delightfully chI; and the poor little fellow big suffered sores on so them terribly u mo its rloDln.-STtttcn. t

short of last year, the movement hll8b"en St. Petersburg from Fort Dade where that ho could! not* After he
' a heavy one, with the result that they had beu ordered for taelr annual ferent they are bad sleep. HudD.is "LY.kIL.a.! .. _"
differed U 'r
months! tried a set of : .. o iooiat.,4........._
N
the railroads have been taxed to their encampment. The., treatment at the from others'you the Cutimra Remedies and the first treAt. .' .p'..''''.
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utnioHt to the ThU Is fort was pleasant enough for the boys I" pl.
transport same. .
meat let him deep and'rest well; in"one n .oJ ". whs. aN. are
especially true of the Seaboard(! Air but the rigid military discipline, was have eaten. week the sore* were gone and in two -':'''' :-'" '. 't.l! ?

t I..rie. and (he Tampa and Jacksonville II not relished by all the company.At months be had a clear ce., Now he is .:'I"t..., .., ,. 111. mat ml _.
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:;: .w.
a railway the former having beets coin.S a meeting ot the Tampa Electric two year and EM never had ocsema sgain. : ..;I.' I" :;:' try th.a..
[ if pelted to inaugurate a special service, I company It was decided to Issue Llhby,McNell 'Mrs. L*m. Back, R. k. D. 3,' Sao Antonio ; yjj ; ; ": II!' y/\\.- aIrewtl1.a.w M .../Ih.N. ..

i.U i.- In order to .handle the crop of Gaines' bonds to tie amount of $2,000,00lf to Libby, ChicagoThe Tex., Apr. IB. 1907. v'' ,t., vlr r 'If\''" 9..u't.. :*'Mi MMmmmttti *
vllle. make a vast.system of extensions alldImprovements "- ----- ----- ..
1 } Jhe Tampa and Jacksonville tray. contemplated by the Til' FIRST THOUCMIT: ,t, sxy ,.......LB>_MSUt*. s.*Bi..*'..__..,w_

-r crsesthe fln-mt section In the state, company In its street car and lighting Her Jjs. ryep-"My earnest sym $ ---

and hundreds of car uf cantaloupes servlc-a. pathy., Yours Is%n Irreparable 10..." Vice the Place.of Calomel

and watermelons move over this -Ths board of bond trustees 'The Widow_"Do I really: look so :"!IMI e nad..o. Lean.. .-.oars=.alq,
road alone. Recently the Tampa and h.d Nor
of Fla. 4 wnthe. h.e.d.nra ..
JockHonvlile adopteda old' Boston Transcript. .. t."t
+ Jacksonville transferred to the Sea- _,..,....-rsl'tp.M .811 l..Uyep. .
recommendation of the e.cctrtc com receipt ot the commonwealthof : ...,.....e., ps&l.T ..ns..ss
l board at this point( twenty solid ('aI's.' mittee that an expert electrical engineer Australia for the six tnont&a end Jlld..' Capudlne dares) :NTvonnnp**, t.:1 1'-.1'11".11' to be... :In, .Ie.: .- .the.
the of In .,.ilia.ae.t5.w..h..M la .o. M. .\
result the
day'a picking
one
b 1 3 engaged to come to Jacksonville Whether tired out, worried, overworked, or ...4.Id d1_'_ Th redo_eal.M..so. '.,,0; '
tIM
section between Gainesville and )Mi- and make a thorough inspection ed December 31. 1907 amounted to what not. It refreshes' the brain and This woman 'trays Lydia IS. t.....b.. ro._" drink .... JP.-. gin
30170000. an Increase of ,000,000 nerve. It's Liquid and pleasant roar..*!.*.eHiwt fo '
canopy of the electric to take Pinkham'B Vegetable Compound 7k
city plant and make
While the movement was early, It Investigation of what la needed In the an over the sam months of 1906. 10e., 250., and OOo., at drug .store Dyed her life. Bead her letter. J. M. YOUNG JR.. WAYCMOM. GA.


Is that now It will very be heavy short.and Indications are met way .Improvement t.te probable demand and extensions for the fu to F1TS,$t Vlbua'; >An<'fINf'rYOWl DI seaaee per- A Matrimonial w Express Mrs. T. p. Willad8cnof Manning, ,DO YOU WANT

The fruit this year is especially Brae, ture. m&Dent.ITcured by Dr. Klina' Great Nerve Mrs. <3, R. 0111'. annual Easier excuriton Iowa,writes to Mrs. Finkham:
considering the conditions under whichIt ( Restorer. M trial bottle and treatise f re.Dr. "I truly that Lydia B. Pink.ham's -
Ii' -The city council of Jacksonville IjL R. Kline Ld.,081 Arch St.. Phlla., Pa to Washington which Is can say '
wan propagated and has -ben bring. Vegetable Compound saved my 'DA Y
lO PER
has passed an ordinance which has known all over the State as the "Mat. $ (
ing fair' In tho northern I If life, and 1 cannot gratitude
prices mar.kt't. a woman spends more than teq Ekpress" express my : J :
b.'conift known as the "harhon bill"'t'ile rimonial left this morning N'
.. minutes in arranging her hair the to yon la words. For :years I Buffered
"barb 'ra'biii"I I Is a bill that-V s wits ten cars packed to! the doors. It with the-worst forma of female BRIDGE-COMP ETED. agreed upon by all of the "barber shop result 4s'a coiffure: Atchison Glob. is said that the train carried at least continually, doctoring and I ITCANBEEASILY'J SELLING OWfc:

:1 proprietor and journeymen barbers: In DEATH TO lUNG Wo1tM. twenty-five: couple who are makingthe I spending lots of money for medicine SIWALTIES.VOr .,

Structure Over McGlrf Creek Is Jacksonville, and was presented to the 'Evorywhoro I go speak for .nIII., trIp| with matrimonial Intentions; without help. I wrote yon for advice .
city council with .a petition signed by 1 boeause It ,onrod me of rtoirwona In Its. -' followed it as directed and took LydiaE. '
Found To Be Satisfactory. whole chest from nook to A. 'great many of them .came from (
I nearly very barber and barber shop worst form My: Pinkhajn's VelJ'Otab1eCompoaad
Jacksonville Fla.-By' unanimous I j owner in tho city This bill makes It waist was' raw at* beef; botvBTTBBBta cured other parts of the State to make the It has restored me to perfect health. .

''S vote the board of county commission unlawful to ply the imslne of barber- me. It also cured a bad ease of piles.'* Soesys trip to get married':-Richmond correspondence Had it; not been for yon I should baTe) ,
ers accepted the bridge that has bell Ing in-the Mrs. U. F. Jones of 28 Tanoehll St., Baltimore BUlL been la to-day. I wish '
Sunday
Jackson
I' on city of 1'lt lburM. Pa. TB.TTB>*IB, the ftroat akin .. my grave every ,
erected over Alcdlrt'a creek ville and defines .. would It." g' -- -- '
'Sunday ns from 12 remedy sold by: druggists or tent by malltor suffering woman try : '
The Ortega bridge was designed o'clock. Saturday ''nlghi' 'until 12 o'clock COo. VTMio f. T.; bHcrrauiB,' Dopt. A.. FIVE MONTHS IN HOSPITAL. FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. .

and built by Contractor; Uaker. :Sunday:; -night. . .: -ii,:;.:; Savannah, Oa_' ,_ '? ,

The brUgj Is 1.850 fejit. In 'lengthy ..::owing to the .fact, the : United New York still has a bread line and Discharged 'Because Doctor,* Oonld( For thirty''years lordia. E.' Pink. CI..cnt Cake"na;. .yf.tn 1IIrftcr': r ,
i and Is thirty feet in width. It ha ;' ;] State ham's Vegetable Compound; made R ,
'
senate did President
notconfirm( '' ateryWNo1pede.rapsaMteenArArO .MasKtTlnr
feet to be Not Cure.,. .... .
through riveted draw span of 128, Roosvelt'anominatlon( of Oscar It seems pr6ud of It. from roots and herbs, has been tho erUcliH. All sand tarnte/f."'

over all. and forty feet clearance R. llunley the United States Judgeship Levi| P. Brockway, S. Second Ave.. I. standard remedy for female ilia, WriU Ice particular nganHns ostflt today.
boats. The center pier Is thirty bet .To. Drive Out Malaria and Build. Us "After for and has cored thousands t 'Start a bCl D_or roar own and sukeiarc-'
t In ' ths; cases'set''for o-remainder: the Anoka Minn.! says: .lying, positively ) profile In an ...y manner. .wo want ene'Wntln.verytewp '
diameter of tha term of United States court Syatem nve months in a women who have been troubled with ., WrlM bdcnsoweone ,
'_,:The work on the bridge was begun will have to be postponed or'-another, 'Take the Old BUndard Oaova'a TASTB- hospital I was discharged displacements,inflammation,tiloera- feu ahead of you, .
'f4fy Mr. Baker In August 1907. and the judge assigned to the Pensacola! courtas Less: CHILJ. TOKIO. You know what yon' tion fibroid W*are Ike oldest. and best-known fnanofaeturinar -.
bridge was completed by May 15. : are taking. The formal i* plainly printedon a* incurable tumors, Irregularities canraMdnr be....is tAeeouniry, I
The total cost of the bridge la $29- Judge Shefford has beendisquali every bottle showing it U simply tint- f and given only periodic pains, backache,'that bear W* ""' ...r.rou; la any bank ....... __-.
. fied. nine and lien in tasteless. 1 and tho pen. or renunenitai ......,-u to oofreaponalbtilly. I P
a form Inditfes-
six months ing-down feeling flatulency
600. This }ts to be borno by the county 'i to live; :, : ., '
-The jury In the case of Charles moAt effeotual form for grown people tlondlztdneasornervous tprostration.Why
; and by the Ortega company: : The cotm-' I and cbildron. fiOo.Washington My heart.was affected .
t, -",'. share will amount to $18,166.67,,] Trono vs. Jacksonville Electric Co. re I had smother' don't you try it? HOUSEHOLD, NOVELTY WORKS ,

'and the balance 1,333.33.. will be The turned suit a was verdict an action for the for, der damages:lIdant. feels like the, country. lac; spells and BOmetlmea ',M.... Plnltfaam Invites all .ick 30-10O Ti_* St..BUFFALO. N.
borne by the Ortega town after court has adjourned. fell
company. unconr -
to the amount of $10,000. tor alleged women to write leer for advice.
' Capndlne.Cures Indigestion;; sclous. I got so fcouldn't She !.'thousands to
TWO PLANTERS ARRESTED. personal Injuries Sustainedby the Pains, I Address wttrIra'eakTtlOmpSOII'SEyeitler'
i ** plaintiff while riding oil; ,the defendant Belching, ,Sour Stomach, and Heartburn, Use my health. Lynn, Mass.
X. company's! line. from whatever cause It's Liquid. Effect lmN'll'' arms my eyesightwas : I
Charged With Attempting to Keep immediately Doctor prewnb it. JOe
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Impaired .and
j Professor L. W. Buchholz, who. has 25c., and 50o., at drug (tore*. Stimulates Liver Bowels
tI Homesteaders Off of Lands. filled the chair the kidney secretions were badly: dis
of philosophy and pedagogy : b"
Penaacola Fla.-Charged with' con. I in the Woman's College Tallahassee The aeroplane 1 U endeavoring to ordered. I was completely worn out UB'I.'A'N, into natural action.' ,

r cpirlng to defraud another from prov I since the year 1901 'has resigned sprout wings this year I and discouraged when I began using I N' ,Its effects are thorough'and

ing his entry to homestead lands, j tha posliloj to assume the duties Doan's Kidney Pills but they: went _. ..... .' quick.
't Samuel J. Strlcklett and W. V. Colo- of superintendent of Mra.'Wln .
public Instruction low's Soothing Byrnp for Children right 19 the cause of the trouble and
man both wdl.kl1ol\ln'IJlal1tt'I's. residing of lllllaborough county, to t""tbJnR.IIOCtena tbegumsreduoeBinMamm did their work well. 'I have been TRY 'A BOTTLE Pleasant' to take.
"j, Jn 11 of this which Lion,allays paincore wind colic.2Sca.' bottto .,
the northern nee on position he was nominated in feeling well ever since." 'r4 .jijkyotir dealer for H''

"couMy, were 'arrested and' brought to the recent primary. The hot( wave can be trusted to Bold by all dealers. 60 cents a box.Foster .
the Vlty Jby United States deputy mar '
shale. The Tropical Telephone company of play a return engagement. -Mllburn Co., Buffalo N. Y.
/ Melbourne.Is extending its lines to Ft. ,
'
They gave bonds for their 'i 1J1)pt>ar. Pierce When completed this will!! con-
MO fEED TO CtJT COHNS. WORSE
ance for a preliminary hearlns before
With
nect all. places from Eau Gallleon
'''United States. Commissioner Marsh. the north to Fort 1'lerco on the Just paint them with ABBOTT'S sass ix-' "Does your "mite make you explainall praaLMMO w.eMM ,

d .. It is alleged that the planters objected south 1 nut coax FAIBT following direction on your acts" r MILLCDCCVILLE. CCOKCIA,
a. th,* ttle. and :you'll have no more corn*. boa
to Robert Hubbard occupying a ""Worse than that""Worse : awl ..rre J achool SowK. EJMMM arr.ewsL ,
tract of land which he had homesteaded Tin new Howell Theatre in Pnlatka It cures hard corns on top of the toe,soft ,1 R.Ifr.ad arr. eala.ai.r. Powaw ta+aaa..d R.Ike.d law
under the law and which was near the grand opera house In Orlando and corns between them bunions or sore cal than that'" dear rd arpi+1 y'.r nand., wry. for erJagtlt Dy
Halrd Theatre In Gainesville have the feet burning "Far She doesn't Gar
r been lous spots on witboutouttlng worse; permit me
.haland owned ''by\ the two planters,
anrp In order to prevent him residingon combined under ono management as or leaving any soreness. HM. at drugstores to explain them."-Washington Her
the "I albfteld Circuit." or by mall from Tas ABBOTT Co., I
the entry until he could prove his
'
,s claim entered Into a conspiracy!! to Umatllla icporU the orange! crop Bavannah, Oa. j

!.. ', 'drive him from, .It.GOVERNMENT. I nearly all marketed and the melon and Fairies I olds1s
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; cantaloupe growers very busy shipping I
I ( IMPROVEMENTS. their crops. Two car loads ot The majses'of Greek and Rpmansand 4 S t '

melons are shipped dally from this the rank' and file of people' -- aaSar fewa Fife 1t
' li $200,000 To Be Spent at Key Weat'o'n' point.. throughout( the Middle Ages thoroughly Vr I,'r fcm.ekU4. :=J"-

|t 'New Coal Yards Docks Etc.ify -An1 attempt to buru a w sli a neat believed In the imaginary,. being. --T__

r I West, Pla.-The Army and under the eaves of the house was the The child ha..'no doUbt about the' existence I a a :win.!.c.--a._ tmmttlftt d. {!' Is_.-w. .tea.. FOR., MEN \.0(
r = :
the -which .
f Na". Register publishes the following cause pf a destroyed the of Santa Class, .Jack Frost If you want, II pair of ahMM, that ron don't nave to sqaeete yonr foot Into,
'''Item: The bureau of-yards and docksof home of J. W. Cravey near lailahaB- and a lot of other strange: personages j CPILEPTfCIDC' CURE I and wears week natti they re! stretched Into. the. ....... of you foot
see. The bouse burned was known as ,I1..wI.hro.'a-_ boy 8KREKMKR8.+ The, are made to. Jit tkehuman '
' the navy department has completed the W. K. heard homestead and and -when the mind of the race was .1._es teL ...........'!! .1..t toot where you* weight cornea and they .
;. i plans and specifications for a coaling was Its -,-,. of eua.i4 ... rat. ... ..IL assn ft I havo ..h. uric to ae matter bow par.ti.l -
In childhood
of the old landmarks of Leon state men were prepared -haste r..4We&ek_t.u.dt... fir '-
,plant:,"'eoaUng, pier quay walls. filling one r....nJ._. tloular TOO ar.. Look the labeL -
to be foolish their beliefsas T. L 11I", IU.. Mt raeri Itrael., ... '
county.A as j ., sw tot.At24.'p6) ..1I.U1IU. RED. F. FIELD Co, Brockton. Mass.1
Fla. naval
t and
dredging at Key West are .. , .. ,
the '
little children la ail IIOR IMtf
ages ,
i station. It Is expected to expand about large launch carrying a number
+ $200.000 on Ibis work and bids will of fishermen from LAke George to The American. J ( )

shortly be invited by the bureau. The Jupiter ran aground off Bird's bland ._ .0-_ _ ,' -

same bureau has also completed the In their efforts to get off the sand- ,. ,ar'

plans for a marine railway at Key bar the rudder of the launch was .
W4et The railway will t In larga broken: and the party In a small boat -
" rnotth landed Anastasia Island. The .
to accommodate torpedo *oat

desTT/ers and tugs,. launch was later recovered. ....'h.
I ..., ..r.' ,
.t TO "

filE AT,SANFQgD. -v -Daytona boom. Many Is experiencing pieces of a property real estate ' ; / ; | WILL PAY; YOU .. :t $fi t i.1. i. !....:

r r r -+r- hands and rear estate '1t f''tI' '.' ' '
L have changed .//1. .. :"Irj .
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.L Machine Shop and Large Packing banner summer buildIng - ;I ".
men predict a ( "c\7, t' '
y l,+ ,. HousSlDeslroy.d4\ ; . season. .,. -, .... ,' ;', :: ::,' .:Jt ):';; (

Sanford 'Fla. Fire destroyed the ,' .. ... ,' .. j. :
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machine 'hop of the George H. Pernald -The United .States grand Jury ",. !IoI''.. ., , / ,". '" ,>.7;.' ": ,.I',i.f""::.}. "-- >,

r., ,, ''Hardware company The lire which baa been in session at Jackson : :" Ad' rt- T I ha Paper',! :' : !' ; -

started In the,.soutli end of the building lisa' finished it...work and adjourned. :. j : I" '. ve Ise In J IS' '::1. f >': ,

and spread*rapidly There'was At the last session of the ," I-.. .,0'_ .
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1'tt. ,some fblay in getting the hose .attached Jury .',' i." OJ. ,\
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.,p tuned on,.* the entire building -wascv the posUl; law. 'The' names of'the oftendlng . .. ,. ..., ,: : 4. s ., !
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JJ ,f tons belonging to Chace & Co. caught account ''f th,1r1Dot'let' having been tr. "I jT';' "1' : uy4ga'e

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I:, The People Will Smash the .State MachineFLETCIER' .1



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l.ItOW.lKU'S: ('..1M1'AI(1EUSIS.. '. '
Tile campaign; will be over in It fev/dayft .*
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tl.e ,\\,*'ub.I ImlU.-Unit J'wasnutboundnorohIKats,1 ) 'dVoany e<>i-i,,,,,i-,;.ttliit*'r PM' .

e'li 1 ?'Hll.">nut| Hank or, Hulli-os/d Coin pan j', for uny of the eJlIfonM{ of inj' cumpuliiti Fletcher has continued his clean clir11p 1h ". He,

Governor Hroward, mRkl'1I fen effort to curry favor un'tJ make |"IIHiciilaiitul It

l .0 ) ,l>\' alluding 1 toit\ \ poverty: or IHCK of wealth. Yet at Tiiniia| ht Muldhviutl.r.lirl has not bused or villifiei: or misrepresented ,his

1, | : >ty Thousand) Dollar*.worth of property. Ill* one thing( ;to Utpool" td SY' >tp ,

Atid! quite 1I"0Il\-'I')1IIulC to use Uie.fuel _fou_.iiolltlcttl effect.' It U oi.othlnir
toebale limited means, and another' thing to l ,
l l otllu) l obJltftitlons! ,.' tu NulLoiml 1 Hunks uhd f>): .IIIn31', Hunker II

whom'Ir.k-tx-sU' would' )lx> footed(! by Currency'' Legislation b>. Congiesii I li, I Ar a cast in the first J Primary for Governor Brownrd

inline llilng to luck tnea.oill. Is another thing tu UHU the bpj'olntl njf power(

of the' Governor to reward friends' end to take cate of those1 to .whom. you' I / and his mnchinc.:: Both -Beard and Lamar '
'me under lJbl'Il'"llulIlI'of, a ,political Illianoial.1 nature i !; are

1WO WARD'S )1CIIIXIII'r' IT () i ' fir Flstchcr.
JM'OKKS. .t ;J, tow highly per cent of their vote

Governor Hrouurd bas LHM-U nearly, four yeaiH In Mice 'liullOiuy ill' u

slHU"..rile| fiwtfUcal machine, The power of appointment tested.. in him for' .. will come to ltetchclin the next Primary.' None >

public IntuiffcUbplely. has. bet,n used for Ills own political\ ulvuiituir As a I

remit. wtlne the fact that bin alpolnu| from United Mates Senator o In- f
h't 1IICOC\I"r l ) reiltllxer, are 5|>enly unvt\, 'aclively elootlonl'erlllll' for''flnin In ale! "lalw questions! thiM. There can only be one result._*

most(, every county In theState... Ainonjr his. utllcc holding nuH>|"4>iturg are" w+

four convict 1..1..ootnrll| a food anl drujf, l H|>ectur, un inepecwrurteP(1 btuir The people will win their fight Fletcher will 'be

and 'ciilllier, the stNto printer, numhprH of naval stores limi,>ecloisl the '
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auui>r 'IIIIII.c InHIM'Cwr.uf| naval stores, tlio-cliatriuati and a uifmtwr of the elected. Let Fletcher i
? every man be active
Stole: Bound of Control buuierou8lnlcliif employee unit woodcoiitracluiH, and

and an. mmv of minor, Slate ollluera and umployeeH. There Is even 11 Suite"
Detective: ( for whore appointment| | thoti* la no legal autlicrlthI; ) \h IfI'u" "-'I ;1i ; vigilant until the votes are counted. SEE THAT ?

lOll over Vhlii electioneering for Hioward. These iillli-prn andeinplu.\

al''lI't..elvtD" aiilurleo averaging not less than fifteen hundred. (dollars \< 'u EVERY FLETCHER MAN CASTS HIS VOTE s-. p3
each, iMicl their cxpormi-B The Constitution of Florida (irulubituthu Goternorfr ,

ni lining a candidate. to succeed himself. This was to iire\pnt' just our h .

machine politic But the Governor IN using tlio BIIIDO methods to ret himself I w dtl

t L. elected Unltocl States Senator. rt !

11'IIAT''BltowAII( WANTS. : .___ '
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After till it went to many people that what Governor liruwurd wants N. DON'T BELIEVE CAMPAIGN -
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not the welfare of the State but office for himself; not the good of the"gt'eat. botnc Very, blUer abO untruthful statements hate tarn ntu(U> ,nmme ,

he .rLed" people, but political power and Influence for himself( ,ant, the ablllt to in the I last few data bi soma o\eiryealoiio purtlsunst of this, ( tnernoi \

'seize tlio bljChe.t.'of1efOII. of the State for hU friends and supporters., Will the upii( tntees! of and 1Dl'lul>t-rs of Ills political machine .I I. ask LIES '

Democrats of the State'of Florida stand for these methods? Is-possible.. to the people' of Florida to take. Into consideration'Hie'fact that tls: ,MC': ; SPRUN(

secure a fair expression of party will It such a system of machine politics Is nott hug out campaign Uelioods, sprung! at the last moment when, it .

J' allowed to be fastened upon the State? It is now for the Democrat of Florida nan known that, 1 wouldiot have time .io answer The I'WUIlo| l of this

to decide l whether or not they will errinrne such polity'!el machine method; :,lure will not approve x>f cm..h unfair methodnIU ON ELECTION DAY.

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USED NO In the circular containing: this letter scold elected to anv' glue, b.,'woo d Call' for Second'Democratic Primary.rimtwut .{ VOTE FORRoyalCDunn.
appears the following note: j! accept to;ante.be Hum da ... ,
"The above Is an exact: reproduction ; Now that the I'1..- cherll',All iauee.e. '. ,, Io the rail c.f.o..> LK'nioiTHlIc StourEvw'unvrremenvaa'.dt.the ,;
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P' ,;LIQUOR IN CAMPAIGN. of one aDd a sample of lit to step. down from ttheir.' high,and I10000c"| \vl d ,
hundreds! other letters accompanying j I. holy calling to enter Into a dirty, po., l>y,tlie, I iMiniMleu ,relhljoiouy,} Bamtalve' C""i, ; .If
shipments of whisky into litical uiudtfliiiuinP ('IIIDI|>ttlirn to.,lit* of Oxniinln,. d1i.I1; ,! ,' tt.c ('''" '''''It... \'t-I .:.I
To the People of Florida: dry counties In the Internet, of Mr. tack' and. fiiiiiixh the good character .of U... H'NK'UIK; t I CIIKK.ruin primary ...1..tl..1 I '
I hire already t&rougb. the press of Gilchrist for Goyerndc:: j a clean, aural, honorable wan fort the hereby.,cilleil<. IMI Im d In Ocr 4. C"wt.lr..1tb. FOR
the State. expressed my high apt>recl. The last quotation ls unsigned reason that be always voted a dry ... reKiilic("'tang |> aeea in nmell flt>nt(ull prenluel \
n stlonforthemaghttleentvote you gave If those who are Interested will write ticket and ban mood uud still stunts .durinit' the bourn Sized l by biw.ouTiKniUy. Railroad Commissioner" .'
G" me in the last primary,' I would be to any one of the registered voters bf on the temperance lawn as they now < tbu Itkhusy ut' Jun.., A. D. use. to rioctln. I IHliltlinf t .
..f. untrue to myself it I ailed< ur use every Punta Gorda, UeSoto County, Fla ,' exist and which' the preachers and all the rwwil'lalra.| uaiuml. IM.V' uliail. be I Inaimumud ,
honorable effort to carry, out :your t.1Jel.wUl I ascertain the work I did In moral people worked) 101 hard to eai.ct fur ,I Iw uttU-m unutod below lo bu He LED nearest opponent by 4.T7Zotes
, wishes in the endeavor to fceoure a Behalf of prohibition in that count' a few curs IHIO, Th.it seems to be the vohxl for by the Itemocmllo emUt., at thoKeiMnl I "' In first primary and secured a
nomination in,the. coming' Democratic Punta Gorda polled the biggest vote only sin against Mi UilchrUt Unit ,
iiliotlim Ut tilt lulft uii No\vmbnr: ,i majority or plurality In TWENTYF', i
primary which occurs June 16th. v liD favor of prohibition any precinctIn the preachers want him to- r of. c a
around HHW or"Hha.l' 1M olettu.l mi delegate of this TMKKK counties.; Bas been 8EURE- .;
,. In my campaign! I have not stoopedto that, county at the time DeSoto was while thousands are ei'iiihing. |M'uao'b, party |>.. the eunrent. .NNi namd. ++ TARY of the llailroad Commission -
the level of, soliciting, votes at theexpense voted dry. I was one of those who their church doors for want ol the u".- below ". k, for six years and I is familiar,with the '
of the. personalcharacter and used their utmost endeavor to make pel they arc culled to preach, but 1If'1llectinII' I'lit* I'' t..r <..tinjiilniiilolxivolwl.. furfur earl. work of the lTloe. . :'
reputation of my opponents. I have DeSow County dry at that time { now to tro 'into the slums of ode. :,. In Ik. Rdluwr "'
conducted this campaign with a view This letter of the G. Muller Company pointed ., v FAVORS: Jk,
of meeting Issues fairly aDd squarely was sent out to accompany a ;ing There are al"'i'\ II t\\'o sides to uo.uetitlon -' Fur IJntfv' Mtti .< uitorN : 1 J. Only reasonable .rates railroad and' ,! a'
_ and In the interest of enabling me, of whlskv asked for by a brother of a Their are, many ugly/ charges I;. li lirmtitrdl express, consistent with good service -
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G without hindrance to be the Governor man In Baker County who wan running talked and pi'luted against/ Mr Stockton r good wages, and fair Interest "
r If elected. of all the people regardless for the office of Sheriff. I knew uncon1eaNl l or unrerwMited of. KurltoMriHUAllKrtV-: { on an honest investment ,
4r of ..'ciIque."Interests" or_ 'cl...." nothing of It. However. I am free to N w why not let the Alliance lake the . nilchrl.tJohn 2. Good service and good tracks
I respect the honest differences of admit that the letter was written by'une I mutter IIf and either condemn or vindicate N f HKMkJuti) 3. 1Vorkingwlth Interstate Commerce %,
opinion, and the personal preferencesof of my ardenb supporters. him to the full satisfaction of Per ItullnMid Conunlo.IDner:. Commission for fair rates on ship.' ,"
those who saw fit to vote. against me I I am not responsible for the acts! of I the voters as way shown In Mr. 011.chrlst'H Royal C,,Dunn M. inents Into and out of State *
In the firsprlmary. To even those any of the 23.248 Democratic voter! ot I cane to the Itr..tJril1l.rJ'* W K '\ >unIfor
I Dtloguuit to the D6mnn..Ue. N:.lloni.l< ou'
who have sought to drag my good Florida who supported me. In Gadadeu county, where these two --
namejjn the mire and filth which baa In conclusion, I hope that Mr.' men were horn" and are highly respected Vuutlon. fur the!Ml: .te M Lar(..: .- -
q' characterized this campaign lately I Stockton will' not charge to anv. one of ny all. at U right Mr. GilcUristrevived Bas110. BuwduitMax 1J -
have only the kindliest feeling.. Difference his 20,068 supporters In this State In \ in the I last'primary, tti) votes. If BMIMU I !1 aIM n.. MAO' ,.. .. a
\ ar'tNtr1 MACH. j
A. ClewlHCliarlMi
of opinion will prevail lust son fidelity and mistake for any action more than Mr. Stockton. C. ,
....f.long as our democratic form of government they may make In his behalf. I alsotrust In' Duval county Mr. Sts'kton's F. E....... I
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'i.fir; will endure. And no man, that the people of l"lorlda111 hornII' Gilchrist (
received
whether he aspires to the ottloe of Constable not charge to Mr. Stockton 'any act: on than 1,5Hvotes It U I>oklefard MACH BROS.
more Mr. Stockton. In De ,
Judge pr Governor. has right their part calculated to be of injury to For ttitnpit to the Uf mocr tie. Nalloual Couteullun -
Sotoc .
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< unt\ Mr. Gilchrlst's homo
to assail or besmirch the character of him unless Mr. Stockton Is cognixant > he1't'C.'plvE'.1 for tll.Hoiiionl. District
+ those who differ from him. of the fact 7O8 votes more than Mr. E. W Homl
Stockton: TliiiK I Livery Feed and. Sale
in their
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F I hope to be the next Governor of Very truly our.tALBFltT counties Mr. Ullchi'1st. rettelyed T. a D ,1.i ,
a plurality -
Florida, and should this 'honor fall tome : W, GILCHUIbT. Pat MurphyFrank
of 2,40(1.vutel, I thin
and I believe It will,I will be Governor -Advatl.a.ent t enonuh vindication? Are not* the not home O Hebrlnn | : ,
for all I the people and not a few. - For County Comnliwlaner District No y: / e
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A snake this declaration l because I I |>enple Oie best judites of characterand *. L. DvOrerHtrvctt I *
am Gubernatorial Contest. '
ah lIt)* OLD CITIZEN 2 Everything is New. and First-Class.! Wo will "
living up to what 1 laid in my first address T. HeavesFor '>
Cbatlahoocltea I
to the people of Florida. FditorTImes-Union deo coun- June 3.AdvertlHcracnt.. County C iuini .loner Dlntrli No 8W : Homier Prompt, and Satisfactory Service l ,;S .
I have repeatedly stated that t would tv now baa the honor and distinctionof H, Mann Day
or Night. All Kinds '
appreciate the vote of the corporation having two of her native tons actively i. 8. Stntton ,
I..... the anti-corporatloniits, prohibitionists. contesting with each other In Bryan Delegates.Ujwden Only'iiuh .lRH .t> a> ware quallflwl te role I () Heavy Hauling. ;rAT ]
antl-prohlblttonUits, liquormen the second primary election for the Eaton and Mann are the at the drat primary elrcUon. bold on May Imh. r
and antiliquor men, Christians, high office of Governor' of Florida I onijr delegates! :" at large pledged to type ihill be p.rmlllf'd to \'Ie at thin >,..oiii1primary BEAMAN'S OLD STAND. PHONED.xmooc . ''k 1 1t

F :Jews gentiles, publicans and sinners While many years ,nave passed since Bryan, others decline to' ao pledge ..... ,..... "'" ..... J
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and even the pharlsees. Mr. SUM,kton they left Gadsden and located In other I themsel vet. Brian's friends should In the ...eo' nf any nt the' s*JOT.. named ""' """' "' '" 1.
,stated before the first primary that he counties which offered greater inducements vote for and advocate and actively county candidates vrUlidravilnE from the i-oii. 1
did out want the, vote of a single II- for their energy and genius: to 'work for delegates State at large teal for CoaotXOommlmlonrr. th.n the other - I
r' /quor man or corporation man or JKH better their conditional and build up X BASIL! o. ItOWDKN. oID"ldal.lor ...d office I.hereby declared to >aooc>o<>01IOt7/0t/ .
leer their fortunes yet Gadaden X CHA9. be the nomine for snob ol lon. -
county ]
player. F. EATON '
C A. CARSON. I. A. p
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;,V>ben I engaged, Mr. J. O. aKooilsee still holds aclalm and Interest In them X A. S MANN Tbo Demooratlo <'ount> I Kxeontlve. < ominiltee S. ... LUPFEB.: (
see to manage niy: Jacksonville head and is ever ready to defend elt.her'of I .Bail at 10 a.m, on' Monday.June tinA: Pr-Idel't. Senator ]
quarters I told him positively. not to them from unjust attacks or aspersions 1UOH, meet ..t the court house ,In KlMlmraee, "I
.send whisky or cigars, no matter how upon their. honor and integrityby In the Second Primary, and publicly CIDTHM. the returns and declare JJ
urgent the call for them was.-That he any civil political or priestly organization the 1'1I.1101 rid Primary Jtt: < has followed my Instructions 1 know \ otter up at the last moment June '16.(. I D08. The fotloirinausued qallfe electors are KISSIMMEE LUMBER C&; f .:
from careful inquiry' in Jacksonville to defame or smirch their character hereby appointed cu Inipootor. and clerks to
aid from copies of letters be bas. sent to defeat. either one"by fraud and ,For Delegates :the National Democratic eerie .in said primary election:' ", ., I
out In answer to those who have called falsehood., Convention. from the Stare at Precinct Mo. 1-H.al. PI....... O. W. Aehton. 4 .1V
for whlaky. _ It'is now apparent that for.- GU- Large: A.II.Bell.JoeXerTarda.elerk, ' J''
My opponent Mr,. J. N.. C. Stock christ is persecuted vlcttm, and It Vote for"' .... Precinct..3-W w. Iv.y. WalterMoeol..".
,ton,li Circulating throughout the State the duty of all true unprejudiced cite X MAX M. BROWN Walter 8"-1'H.Ty_ ....... Rough and
Y copy of the following.letter: liens to rally to his support and vindicate Preelnet .. -W.W.T.tf, W, a...... :Z. T. .! Dressed r1 !
"MrrD. ,.I.. Thrift the high noble character he hasalways X , .A. C: cLEwtc: Rhea; RjurBKMd ....... elerk.PreebMt ]
Maoclennv. Florida: maintained with all who knew No.-T.H. Farr Ion Seaman. E. k: 1"I I
n. iti wanes;i. B. WUIIeaM.elerk.rreoiiM . -
V near Sir*-We have sent you by him best ? x. , ,,- 3HACKLKFOUD: No S-YounaTU>.... David Hauler.aoa. Pine'Lumber. I
express eharres prepaid' one gallon -' Albert Gtlchrist has been well known Delegates\ to the National' Oetnucratlb( N. >>. Bloat; Awoei .-. elerk.Preetaet . . '. : ;
Use to boat advant*, in Gadsden from hU No. ft-frmnk ...blln Uaadelph. t
whisky. county childhoodas l1
Conveatioofrom the R.fc
_ _ Second .Congressional Young' Jelw BaMe*: W, wfnTelerkTPreeinet
., age and elect Albert W, Gllchrist, sober.moral and bonest. His father District: No..'-1. A. ,3. ... Under.alii v 'Ii
foOoyerDOl': .ff. ; Gen. William E. Gllchrist, well v.., rtwe i 1 .' M. 1.. P-eroK..a. AuZZmZZ r t
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** Yours) trait ;rSig r remembered' by the writer, was one of X, T. S> DAVta ..... .. 'IboIaII,. NIB rL HOUSE
I""", ( ied) the largest planters and one ot-the . If. BfUHpHT. BILLS # SPECIALTY
,:Zin::! ""t The'u molt popular men In tie county_ and jx FRANK: O. SICBRmO a. Dr. ill C.mmfel.. I
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