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 19, 1908
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00338
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Mary: Regero Bennie Story,. / responsible; for i I : '. ...
Bertha'Sessions, Minnie fjea Bogan, 'various \ or general C. ii. DANNTHEiOUTFrTTER.
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.. ,__ New Solution of the Liquor Problem ia -.- -_.- U la Making Betting on Race* a' for., to

; .:>;. CampingFlood ia Slat of Washington. ''tt.e ulatin.,Saloon in Louisiana.. Crime la New York' Freed at Lad: do

I Spokane Wash.-Compel every man Albany, N. Y.-After a struggle, the Murdering 'a -,
Caw* of Fearful Suffering.. and who Intoxicating liquors Prohibition Loses Fight. af.
,, I woman drinks precise; : like of which nd man in or "ft
to pay'a' license.fee, exempt 5ft -- his 'Ha

,2,311 'PERSONA DESJltUTEISfratUa i ij 1 1L loonrnen slrei to engage and permit In the any traffic one the who, LAW IS FORl lllfill LICENS5 about IbA t famOus the legislature Agnes-Hart, has race ever track.seen END OF TilE . 4'

restriction being to sell .only 'to li gambling bills are 'now laws of tbe ll-

,. j II I cense-holders. Tills Is the solution .---- state of New York. Governor Hughes er .

and Expmur M**.-Sufferer.j M r. E. E. Hall will offer the state legislature Under the Law Div.a Will Be' Forced by his signature affixed to each of the Croat Excitement '
v .... i that body. Out- bills) crowned legislative victory the Is ... -
4 ,E-y.VIed.a of lfc. Swamp F r- If elected to Out of Existence and the State j Ann "
_. Brake at M.rk...lll.. La. ling his plan Mr. Hall say: "My: plan Revenue Increase an brilliancy of which, equaled only by Its "Malta 'j ... "" ,
would be to abolish all saloon licenses .City unexpectedness, Is conceded even
permitting any man .deslrlng to __ IlIo.o'ho fought him In the m.Uerlo Tp ,

.New Orleans, La.-- Scores of peraons to sell' liquor: If a nan- wants to drink Ba4on Rouge);. La.-Louisiana will ,the last ditch. Lexington, Ky.i the :;

sure camping ou the roof o( their : he should be compelled to takeout a, liol become a prohibition state during The decisive votes, which passed the James Howard, I l per JI h
t I :
Irtuses.-and descriptions of improvised l license to do .0, and it should be a the term of the u'ewent a.Bentbly.This bills, were cast by Senator Otto 0. and carrying out .
7.,' floating barnyard were among thetruing misdemeanor for any person to sell to \a* decided by the house of Ftoelker, of the fourth senatorial, district - ed In the .. j Is -

feature of a disastrous flood a man Who does not have such a iiens. representatives! when that body, bya of Brooklyn, who crawled from Wl'lam! Goebel

of the Black river In northeaatern LouJslsjia. .c .. Such licenses should be Issued vote \t 68 to 41, Indefinitely postponed a sick bed and made a 60-mile railroad and free \ I I
; About J.300 baYs been either by county and city a reasonable, fee c\n deratlon! of. tbe Uoussan journey to do It, ao weak and distressed son and Will: be I' . ?

driven from tbelr homes coop beingabout $5 a ''year for county licenses bill providing for a referendum vote In mind and body that he They have, re-, "

ed up in tli m by an overflow which and from $1 to $3 a year for on statewideprohibition.. ., eeemed on the verge of utter collapse for more than (, I un- ,
4 started weeka ago and baa been ro- c ity. This would bring In. larger The action or revenue than under the present license l of Niagara Palls, who was 'elect j I Is
I leatleesly rising ever ilnce. defeat for the Doussan bill, iuijotii while Howard Is
system, and would put the burden ed lu a special campaign- preceding ' I :
Around Joneivlll,. In thla district, branches of the assembly. tha Fran kfort. \ <
himself toured
s there. are tulle of 'land Where there where It belongs. The Shuttuck high license bill making which tbe governor/ Powers will go
t. from 6 to 10 feet of water on the ':"Each license thus Issued should the minimum local licnJ; $500 district, speaking. In behalf of his election. lit Knox county, I ,..
fields.In Ihcie aectlonai people are have attached thereto a photograph ofIthe and the minimum state license $:ll/O/ fitted up the old '
II T tag: In the second stocles; of their t person taking it out. so there could was pacaed by t.IU house, 82 to'25. The The vote stood twenty-five' to tventy This home was ,I'' >J
ho_. In several casea they are : be no using of the license, except by I effect of this I/TO will bo to Increase lx In favor of the bill. lug 1'owef-s fight < at1

;' camping on the rooft of cottages. Only : this man. It *should also contain a pro. the state( revenues between; $250,000 Notwithstanding the new laws between mother, whO did i I was .t;.''
the topi of corn crop are eejn above I vision that a conviction for drunkenness 1 and 300.000 annually. 15.000 and 20.000 persons journeyed her non. Vl(

.the flood. """ at any time would be punished by : The Shattuck bill is practically certain doWn to Gravesend race trackFi'iday Howard will lk.' /'J

k Hoping .that there would be a fall a revocation! of tbe license for a period tobe imaed: by the senate. Amoftx': to see the horses run and their If join his family, : I n

r people built rafts of drift logs,.planked of six months 0 ra 'ear: This appears Its moat stringent provisions are tha; possible, to make a wager on dressed evangelist In fall-;: W
to be tbe logical solution of the favorites. Hundreds of gaily '
them on the tipper surface. and are following! : Wlllson affixed -
?, keeping their stock penned on these. liquor question In districts whove saloons -. No license nljall be Issued to' a L women were In the crowds.Six -pardons after, I !'

The animals rrf kept alive wltb bruahand are not barred by local option." woman. races were run, and six favorites of the cases !and I I1II0n [ con. 5
There on every I
-- ; betting too.
willow leave*. brought to them TEST. No woman, girl or ml.iors shall be I won. was the )'. lie was pre- ,'
THE side, though Judge Cavanangb
by their owners. I WlTllSTOJjp I permitted to drink In saloons, not eieulu I master of the betting ring, announcedthat attorneys both I I I .!" > '
There are fully 2.300 men, women special rooms set apart tor them.. ers and Howard, -&. Ji<'
should be Indulged
and children who are suffering and Big Whitehead Torpedo Falls to Sink. Women are -not .permitted to servo no speculation the entire 4 I i I J
III. Nine taken Into Custody
I fully half that number are In abso- the Monitor Florida. as barmaids. persons were who loony, covering J l land I '

luttly destitute'' circumstance They I' 'Norfolk, Va.---Braving the danger I 'I J..Iquor.IIb811 not be sold to wbltea In uniforms\by the and police plain authorities clothes, circulated one of fig- T,3
fcave not to eat to last them and blacks In tile Is said tiiat : '...
:. even food I ,of possible Injury a score of naval flame building. In large numbers among the crowdIn It I ot
week. The white and colored No brewer distiller engaged In briefs of the I
a poorer official remained on board tile monUor' or
the betting pavilion. Thj prisonerswere .,.s.
families are.In a pitiable condition. Florida when that vessel was torpedoed the wholesale distribution of liquorshall / ( charged with violating the new mon)' with him -"":'
The fever which la common In I be interested In he went to
swamp ; off: Sewall's Point, In Hampton I financially any anti-gambling law and each man was, -sec.
that section aided by privation and exposure 'noads. saloon for retailing IIJ; II or. ' governors In ( ;
held In $500 ball for a hearing tomor
-; has of Its mo.t act Planes and musical Instruments of !" '
begun< one I Sending 'an Immense column of water row. Ilolllt.'lth a .
: tie campaigns. I 60 feet In tlio.alr, the torpedo cara- all descriptions and all gambling been steadily : / : .. d
Marksvllle. La:-Red river levees'| tally aimed by John V. games are ba ned. LOWER LUMBER RATES. since he \ ,

broke In two peaces: below Moncla on I :'i Uabcock, commanding (IrS ..IOl'lledoboat I City councils are given power to Remarkable : eon', :

; Monday, The worst break U I about 800 Morris, exploded with terrific revoke any license! In .Jielr discretion Interstate Commerce: Commission An here, at ( [ !! ( {1".'
1 ,feet wide. with the water flowing ,|: force against the Florida's side. The A license cannot be obtained for a bourvllle and ollJ \ thee i
;% through at depths ranging from 16 to I i'Florida, although her bulkheads were, saloon wlthij 300 feet of a church or flounces Its Decision.Washington I of tile pardons '
? 20 feet. Doth breaks are on tbe-4eft schools. D.> C.-The interstatecommerce each others '
not pljrced: settled gradually. L I! l ..m ;
l descending bank. The Moncla break 1.I I She was towed back to the Norfolk IVnaltlea.-are provided for breaking commission. in an opinion fervently as 111(> -

are within about SO tulles of the Mississippi I. navy yard, where hj will be placed In these laws ranging from permanent I rendered by Commissioner Lane announced the neVI'.. : the"
: river, Into which the "lied emp dry dock. It i la expected she will be loss of llceiiHe to heavy fines and Im its deciilo: In the case of Women wept I '"
ties. prisonment. the JV Thompson Lumber company when news of I ..
: ____ pumped dry Immediately. A careful I : wasv
The prohibition light in Louisiana: and thirteen other complainants, throng!) the (' L ,
ltOOOOENVOLVED. Inspection will then b" made to deter.Dllne en-)
4 $ the exact .extent of the damage has been devod: of the popular cru against the Illinois Ctnti'al Ka-ilroad and Georgetown, ..
done. sade features participated la by women I company) the Yazoo and Mississippi 1 eOllftll..d. crowds $ "
Tract 20 Miles In Length and Eight hat road and St. I .?,
1 and children whih have occurred Valley company standing In the J
Never has a more fpectacular night
Miles Wide In Dispute. ) i Iron Mountain: and Southern ( ant\ ,
Louis !
been recently I In other states. I and penitentiary
Aahfevllle, N. C.-Claiming title to a seen In Hampton Koadi. I I railway. for"?
; tract of land containing 78,000 acres In With cool heroism the. party onboard In SUMMARY COTTON (CROP.; I It appeared that the rate on such' hpve hand-clasp suffered so v;-;
the Io"lol'ldlgot under cover
Swain county for which tney obtained -- lumber ,bel said had been ?'
shot I ween, points Both men were the
the cabin awaited- the
rear and
a deed on a bid of |100 at an execution There moment of sic Much Cotton Destroyed by Floods .In 1' for fifteen years prior to February 2, with emotion to : I her'.
wasa .appalling
sale conducted by Deputy IMIted i'lonce when the Florida wigwag signaled I- Oklahoma, Arkansas and Texas. !I 1003, 10 cents per 100 pounds but on am glad to have \' {!,
States Marshal Hanasey at BrysoU I I that date the rate wasadvanced 2 would ratiier ha" t ,,' t'
City I!:. C. Coffin of Ilryson City' and all ready. Memphis, Tenn-Tbe Commercial decUloif '
.r 1 cents.I The commission III Its the, court 1 1 ,-
Samuel WbKe: of Maysvllle. K)'.. are ;I One second of BUMpeiiBlon. then Appnal's crop summary la as fpllows: Is .,
holds '
that the 12-cent rate unreasonable hoped that I '<1
[Chief Gunner's Mate Charles T. Bald L: Tue rainfall for the past ten days i|:
now restating an Injunction suit filed and orders tat! a rate not exceeding This marks I ( wo:
[win pulled the trigger.Vlth a bubbling I. In the central alldatl'rn mates of i j
InMlie United States circuit i
against them *
I 10 cents 100 pounds be I noted
Ier t
court hers by the lIaraII.'ooel..bur wake of white that showed the cotton belt has been above tt&! normal. moat ,

)' Lumber corn plll\)', clearly Its 'progress, the torpedo sited but nevertheless, with exception. put In effect. ___,_ _ I I erica. the''k

Some- Idea'ot the area of this tract'L straight to the Florida's Hull. There,, hereinafter! noted the) cotton plant ha' I WONDERFUL NEGRO DEAD MIDGETS has ,\"
.of land, claimed: In return for the insktnlfleant was a deep Intonation and a cloud of.1 made rapid growth and i la now thrift} I I the

I sum of $100. may be ol.. water, mist and smoke rosa skyward. and in fl alt state of cultivation./ In I "Old Black Tom"-Famoul Mu. ?,
Negro CoupleEludes
,.. ll;', )For a momentWas the FlorIda wn.i bldele" t4e e .8lat uh .J llIfall ha. I, 26last'r 101-,
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.-v- e1ttfe \ lI\1J\t1t \'!..1I -: 1. : A '"""M W le.'I"tunions old & - miunuii' lU1. & that.

_- ...U land may be gotten from. thai I I discolored and the. air had an amtnonltea but seems very healthy, known from tIme.Negro'pianist Atlantic to, the who was I Bristol, the ', : /'

allegation that'at a forced .' ..'.. "onl I., smell.1 In a few minutes tbe In Oklahoma western Arkansas lind 1 for his wonderful musical Pacific I America a'ad the of''
- ,September 1.. 1906. the tract was pur test was over and the official party the northern tier of Texts, counties burled from the ability, was employ of the r
cb.aed'I' : >, the Harris-Wood bury I I scattered. only the rainfall Iia, been executive" j his old of the widow of cently eloped '."
_'k Lumber company for and prolonged. The Crop there iu bad Hoboken. Mrs. Eliza B. Lercli,..I with Lou Nabors, ( .. ,
/ and It Is now estimated to Uuou.01i'1'I CHABCtD WITH FOKOEHY. ly I'd need of cultivation, ,1s not well before tbe "Blind Tom" was. a slave' est female midget; '&\
over a,million .iCllA! ..., I grown, and tbt; bottom lands have he war. Whea he waa a..' lad ing less than alxt In '
wag owned ;
-. been Inundated,. or. 1 much of by General James De- pie were
UNCLE SAM LOSES ( Alleged that Florida Man Forged dellU'oyed.The"1\'ater the cotton thume a Qeorgii: planter. It waa married : :
$100,000. in after t
i' Southern RaIlway Pass. ',,
'Registered Mall Pouch From Los An., ashtngton, D.-C.-John C. IDalton, will ; be lost to cOttO.I. Where and they, tion ''that be first hoard a piano. In. There bitterly Is a ))' ; ;;:,, In"'i'
g.l*. to New :York Misting. said to be captain the Florida state have receded at 14la date the farmers played etluctlvely at the first opportunity he manee attached :,I "

Los'Angeiei. Cal.-Reluctant admit- plaint mi ilia, was arrested here upon' com are rushing work of replanting.. playing on his the favorite instrument As he was little people ba ::1 i f wi

along made by postal officers of. three of Southern railway otflclala! ,, Otherwise stand are 'everywhere the Suwanee "melody."Down on quaintance '>
cities, confirm to some, extent the be. who caarge that Captain Ualton forgo good In marked contrast with -last th piano River he toppled from donee suggested b
stool d
I, lief that'the; disappearance of a regis ed a pass and used It oa the railway 'year. The. crop III southern Texas Is -?ad. /Mure husband

'- tered mall pouch somewhere within I Dalton was employed as a clerk by tbe well advanced, and the plants' are'"heavily .j FEDERAL CAMP hands.uurnett. ,to>--."
i Jacksonville DESTROYED. .
the jurisdiction; of the Kansas City Terminal company, and fruled. The fields: district In. n'h" Is one .

-,4 poatofflce, will prove to be) one of the It Is charged obtained osse""lon of a Tennessee, northern Mla lllll\1pa and I there being a ,, a :
: largest Josses In the history, of the blank pass; after Inserting the name of northern/ Alabama are In many places Seven' Miles of Military Territory Torh smaller than hlm it'
J. U. Bmlth Up .
'pcnstofflce department. From.: private : and wife forged the name grassy. I by Terrific Wind. well known a -. "

_ ,' 'rource It was learned that a package jor alton an- official of'the road to the passI 'f AUTO- -BUNS----- New York Cltyi-PIne Plains I tbe munities having > ::1
01 at least $50,000 In currency wan and wife were arrested as they concentration camp of the federal sol tune .each. ',
among, the contents of the pouch got off a Southern train here (rpm I dlers and national guardsmen was ---. ) .. .

which Carried In addition, an unusual! Jacksonville Both are detained at Four Drowned by Machine Bounding I torn up from one end to the other NO CUT IN in- jji:'
large number of letters -and packages the police station. In addition to the Into North RJver. of its seven tnllea of territory by the 'JH ""

containing money and-other valuables. Ii charge of forgery,.It Is alleged by rail New York City,-Four persons were most severe wind and rain etorrr that Agreement : '
The amount way\ officials that Dalton has drowned has visited that Finally
may reach a total of violated when an automobile carrying section for years. ) :
$100,000. the Interstate commerce law. a 'pleasure! party of six became unman. Three thousand tents were blown Philippine :1

/- ',There: Is reason to believe that be ageable, shOt at wild" epozd doni.. down, metis shelters were leveled and Manila, P. 1.- J

50000. packagt!. .of currency was a I 1 SENTENCED TO TWO fEARS. Went Fifty-sixth street, and bounded more than one hundred horses wLnni- and apparently i')
shipment made' bY1) a Los Angeles : from an open pier Into the Xorth peded and escaped from their corrals. the insular comml >

:. bank to Its New York correspondent. Labor Paper 11 I Editor Gets Queer Ruling The machine) turlled'over.. III rv.el' its-J NEWSY pine assembly :: : :

------ on, I_-'lh.I_n., plunge from the 'pier, holding Cia four PARAI KAPHS. f an agreement upon
A BAD CARGO. I San Juan P. II.-Julian Aybar tho victims fast in their seats. The dead President Roosevelt-' -, the priation bill which j
are: Adeline taken commission
editor Uerdon no. and
-- of a labor aged 19 years. Ice
paper of
here tbe
: Fdu Tons. of Snakes Shipped From sentenced to two years' penal servl-was :JIrs Kcag Cotcman.: aged 23- years, house under collapse construction of an In apartment propriates ratify. The i aUlg'i 1

Texas .Farm.Austin. I|, tude on: two counts of Ilbol: consisting1 John Coleman, aged 27 years. Vir ton and through Secretary Washing bly 16,800,000 /
of an attack made ginia Knight, aged' i years. Loeb bas making a
Texas. upon a judge. requested '
-Pour District
tons,of live article did John Bauer, the chauffeur Attorney Baker to 1,500,000 pesos.
not ,
'the was
rattlesnakes with mention car Investigate the (
their judge
I I by accident
poisonous ,
ned and
4 In
Into. the river wi.h see who upon the
name, the town the \
In machine
fangs which was
extracted have been shipped I he lived or responsible for It. tbe eame
but as
from the I the court over which- managed to free himself and swim Thieves f'1.
snake her
farm presided. smashed last
of F. U. Ar-m- to safety; John a plate glass window year. Tbe
I Tbe judge, however Nolan one of the in -
atroog, near here for nautral muto- Identified himself the jewelry'store of Hyman, assent to thai ,,
party Jumped Berg
sims, circuses, menageries and side I as the person against whom 'the attack front ,the runaway macbhJe oil Co., at State and Washington the consolidation w

fcbowa In -the east and north. was Intended and his.contention was J dock. as LJauer it neared the end of the streets Chicago, III., and escaped with reaus as proposed of $j ,

'. A LONG upheld by the supreme)court.CAIIETSREINflATED.. by the police. waa taken into custody sixty gold watches and miscellaneous The personnel of & ;; :
SENTENCE. I jewelry valued! at $3.000. and departments A
k ___ _ -
EDirOJt IQSTLY. Two laborers lost their lives Two 1
Thirty Year Ssntence- The Maximum. I ,others were riEPAKEDJr cI
Students Expelled from CUmson. -- seriously Injured, and i
p for Black Hand. Col !
Ex-Police --- .
New loss
Inspector of property! estimated
legs for Orleans ..t between
April Fool
XewOrl.8O' Pranks 1,713 United '
La.-In the. first city -, Heard.ciemson Gets Three Months and S100 .Fine.. I I 'z& and $auuuop '11''' cansed by States >

criminal ccurt here' Alberta Pumella, I :: College, 8. C- lt has become New O.-i>. 3, la.-In the first two explosions followed by a fire In the if;
an. Italian, was sentenced to generally known, though not (lr.I criminal city packing house of Morris ft Co., t the Washington, D. I ( I \
serve couit former I
t tidally announced that the discipline Police Inspec riverside In Kansas City Ka8./ call issued .n order I
thirty The
rears time! at hard labor committee of the tor Edward S. / ?
In I faculty of Ciemson Whltaker waa sen force of the explosion which was felt three battalions of ,! t'
the state penitentiary. Pumella cent College< which dismissed about three tenced to three months In the pariah al! over Kansas City, ruined the cold ment's notice for a .

' -"Black )I*nd" letters to A. Orlfflgnadl, hundred cadets of jhe junior, sopho- prison and fined one hundred storage bujldlng. .nd fire that follow These battalions I "J\\
an Italian merchant I more, freshman and preparatory: class dollars, ed destroyed the smokehouse I f.
and when his two with It.
mandsfdr de. es, has -been during the past two or or ; months' addition Imprisonment content8 ss-i.'srjsa '
money met with three for murderous assault.
no reply week.
considering the Resenting at. 'I
appllcatilons The more are on the 1
,he threw a dynamite bomb against of many of' the dismissed cadets tack of JiJn In the editorial columns No. \ engine on Erie passenger train dred left Philadelphia I' ;
UrlfOgnadl's 'I lor of a newspaper, Whttaker. : over a dry bridge
house relnstatment 'whlld near
'. which was and that some inspector Binghampton. N. Y. AU told, this makes '
p.rU.I'I' of these of police entered station. The
making application a engineer I
wrecked. are newspaper marInes
In passing '. being building several Is missing and the fireman for Panama ", .
re-admitted months -
under perhaps
Judge Baker told Pumelia that he reJ J So certain conditions. tectlves and ago with de. fatally Injured. talions that are ,
grctted the fact he could not make the '" far about one hundred bare applied itor fired two shots at the ed. Unofficial estimate readiness will be I'
for Joseph Leque. made by those
re-admlsslon Whltaker
punishment more severe.TO1AKEFEOPLEIIAPPY.. and many of them re In charge of the school New York, : r
have, had their. applications/ signed his office shortly after the census, Indl- v '
granted. Washington
I shooting. cate 11'Iat Chicago now ,baa a population or all of I Jt',
.. j AIDING _, I 01 I.HO.OOO.Wltb transportswill await I l
.. j fiEVOLirnONKTl; 1
---. A DIFFICULT I' ,'
OP BATIUY. a logcbaln. to
Man t.- Give Away $10.))00,000 "' . the end of which BROUGHT CUrVS I :
Which was attached
Guns 11* cowbell
' for Cubans < 8elxed' United 11. *'niH-j' fastened by a _
He Inherited i r .By. > With lock and j| .\
Heart '
; Sawed Up around his
Negress neck and Nearly.One ,
May I
/SUtes'Officials the Hundred 1 ;
Aneele. key
Lea 'Cal.-C. purposely
W thrown
AverlH of Xew'York ,G.t Well.2ew'YorkCity.Susan. sway tsodeo- .
City.- ( .Barnes Murder
: bla city wn recently Inherited Special agents of tbe of Ponca City. Okla with :

000.000 from an aunt In Massachusetts$10-, treasury1 department. searching for gro woman/ In Gracea, ne. hi, 'bride of.n, hour. MlsVMamU Da. .Houllton .- : 1;

declares lie Is going to make 20.000 or' perlOn,'fn"New\York who have beencooperating with her heart beating Roosevelt-In hospital vis, of Perry 'Okla.; was, l send by dred Clns were taken / -
friends tators
I aboard "
? time.,1In a Pullman witnelsea
:; wore people happy. I coach en '
k :'withthe. Cuban'revolu spit: of, the fact
*" After,a ,,.It-to his old! home In have-sewed that the surgeons route ,to Chicago OU. thelrjioneywoon fore allowing them to I,

'*s3gto*, Uajne. be will establish tionary party and who shipped to San say she It up. Tile hospital doctors ., trip .,, < i house here,, when the, ,; ;
Fa"'l tiago- the :10.000'rounds has a good chance to, Keimley on a''
I flaarters .ra' .big city, perhaps ,of .ammuni .' .The ,woman re- Because 1.000 was'refused them bi charge ,.
tion wag
seised called
-by secret brought Into, Kenley killed ,
.0" says alt wha need service men on the Joseph Sperlo membert. '
hospital ()
last f' a
pt < the,Ward liner Seguranca ;night with three,bad of n.y U, 8. Robb .t '
and deserr -
It. can Bad Jt as the blackmailers h"s.
stab dynamited
r : ; ship wounds I w:ilcb! his In

:: J'jp".p-,!r. ...', ,.,.,r !L w..... preparingto.aIp.... ... 4;_ f' ... Ina fight with' another she, bad"'GOOlD.1 received.' New.wboTdld: Orleans.the Jo' b"but'Sperlo,was Mid afraid he knew ale waysU Shot times and shot' without. j' ) ) VI

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II .. \: cry ot, Ue S !hounds.* H. bad a'iete* ; .j-... ... ..1 .. ,; .'. J.. ; ,J.i: : ,i _' ,_
.ei fcU'tfud which' he.hadjjasfe.

: : T.H E. C lTON'S.. : it' , received, and which> he was. turning

. :II.ARD. And tirisllag' 1enOu.I He-glanced: uaintwd A :glitch in'lime "1 > "

;-i-i I 'Ilell-\ up at he? white, steadfast face as ah*. saves nine. '
i ritE' { ; entefesl tfte then Save
I EOAEI" rg'omapl walked sick '
; 11DAEs& a
.". to the,window, beeping his beck to ispell .-
e...- her.. .
..... By'.rAMEII.PAVN.'i' 4'Hothe: childV, '! he ali. .'1:1.,1, urious. Lnl1the'c3iICi.

. .. n 1. hoarse, quick tones. ".: ', "
................... . "Betterj; I trust certainly ..
...................... better '
'oi;;' - ------- tho'ugh aUa'galns'atrengtU, . . very 1iow.1y. -'' HOREHOUND; SYRUPEVERY
XIX. 16 .
| have read It, after the fink -
sharp ,
Continued. :I I pain:of anger and regret Is '4 "That's wail,'< he said.with an unI r' '
over, one ci "Poi '"
women of MOTHER
; "And you will:be sure not to tell source of sorrow will bedr.torever.I I.mistakabfa, sigh: of relief; *'.re> { leave hone '
This is due to- with'8a1Wd
him what I.have tol4 you, sir," whis of the" reasons,why I have ay. wishes to save> her children sNoaelard: she
I written to ] "Leave homey Ton.h&ve-suraly 'not, tans from serious sick rpelb.' It
pered tile : IOu notwithstanding that'It' 'Tl ab oon-
joung man, as be leant : I e soap consumption-} olu.telTnotlllng '
baa been enjoined the doctor's sanction for that!"' titdU is for children injurious, doee not constipate. Good ''
over him.
upon..ll1. not to one ae well
; The effect ot"J do a 6. As you, In your kindneiis "I: have," he'answered, positively( ; ounce"per, head per: yesf.. X cough often: leads to adults. ,
his son's great : '" 'I ) consumption and
presence on should
the'canon was something and consideration''for my, test "and it I had,note UIJ we must"leaje. .Political.mass lmmod1 te17. be.ebeeked, : ,

F Ills" marvelous lags, would have hidden home Pleaxreto, give me )'" meetings are prohib.
brightness and his from 1I1e, the ited throughout
: tenderness' the ChJnese A
worked, upon' him for good' the real _cause of Jour,' ruin so it was attention, madam, Instead of asking Krop.lre. Household NecesSity
questions or1\ ,
Judged making,
sunshine and the by those who knew of illbejiarlor objection. An brewery J.
rains revive, the my English lias O. Smith Houston
Something given *
lias-'gone: a Texaa-wrltees:
: In 'I
under wrong the have
drooping cower 'A, sort your roof at It was oontract-for, Ballard. llorehound used
of Indian a million 1 latvtlu<< In
city it Is flay Syrup
listless to per my'family for
nest to; .att.mpt..o. the
summer spare you that explain ; tor few past'
seemed to hay set In with' but knowledge; It-women the'present year; year, and find It far .nperior to Any other .
him; ,and but for his old friend'* Ill.! my hope Is that though you nay such know nothlns'of .-, medicine w4 have tried. Xvery household oous-h' .\
ness I think he would have been still pity me (as we pity Ike-worst of thln.but It has become necessary The Japanese census upplled with this worthy remedy." ehonld,-DO.
as criminals), It for me, to go abroad until ,tbe Js Inaccurate. "-, aft
happy henceforth
as he ever was' In his Im They take It by The
life possible for thing has blown over. You need not .simply'counting the Delight of Children.
though not you to feel' pain houses
quite In the old fashion. upon and allowing five .
fear for
the ; persona to
child she
my will
"You account. I cannot ask travel each COUOHS.
may tell your Alma. Robert you to forget house COLDS '
,. the utmost comfort.: CURES
me because Here Is '
said Aunt Maria that every hour must .. SORB THROAT
her dutiful some ." BRONCHI. '" r
bring to .mone, 'He thrust his
Py advice to you some bitter reminder hand TIS AND ALL
bat LUNa
you saved Tour'father'. 'Three bundred'tons + TROUBLES. .
Into ,
his ( of
of the I breast pocket and pulling tobacco are y
fllfe. wrong have done
She knew that you; but distributed PRICE '
for' it would please him way better of than putting; think of me as dead as having died out 'a: green sheaf of bank ''Dot.... I ors'ot'the annually among the, sail 25c, 50c, and $1.00.
if threw one of them British navy, It I.
she had years ago when your Robert toward) her without cold AVOID ALL
\0' praised his own unselfish nets was my to them at cost SUDSTITV1'ES"Ballard
In coming to England. "'If playfellow. Alas! what ...U'ma, I looking at It. "You may take aD'Inyalld

not here he would you were not have done to him also-sundered carriage for her, Jf you please -

Ustresslrfg visits hardly to dear stand Mr.these Ma him, perhaps, from his promised,' to but you will go by the S o'clock train -The Paris prefecto police'has de Snow Liniment Co. '
Oravesend and wait .
nors." !+ bride; destroyed his prospects It. Is at the Green cided that In tbe future no more li. ,
And. I terrible' to think that not Dragon Hotel for my,arrival. Jeanette censes to play barrel RIO-1p02
Indeed ,the spectacle of his only 'here organs In that North Second Street "
+ at home will of course, r
old friend and contemporary am I Justly,condemned and accompany you. city will be granted
gradu Do "
ally losing his hold despised but that across the you understand ST. LOUIS

him 'unspeakable pain upon There'was life gave thousards of miles' away, my.. ocean name She did not reply, and he wheeled If the appetite a 'man -'a., as MO., +
round 'and '
nothing of must needs be held 'ID'abhorrenc .' confronted her impatiently greats) In proportion to' his site '
terrible ,
course In such 1 as -
a Oh, if I could His brow was knit his features that of
be the
: \ ti man's decease; no.baunUn* fears once again as I was sparrow be could eat a
distrust or when, Robert left :you! were working convulsively; he looked whole /or his
of the ,All-wise and All-merci There Is sheep dinner,
anxious,' yet Sold
ful. nothing alasthesame furious like a gambler and' Recommended
with 5'
Indeed. It would bave been curl. me now: who by _
Is witching .
even love bis; last stroke. The
my for Pekln
ous to those acquainted with the you. tboufh will Gazette,which hat been'' '
of thought turn cease but with my latest breath ( John Adair had never been good published 1100 Is For Sale at*,ROBERSON'S
prevailing among men of looking. but( it years.f taking on DRUG STORE.
something was curious bow some
,, different
their stamp at Cambridge I feel unworthy every moderns features, such as an .
be trace '
.tween these two men-both to' entertain. It seems blasphemy 01 youth and culture bad by ,editorial page and.<< halt, t pictures. l .- -...--
being this time ; -
to take your name within gone out of him; leaving;
clergymenthe Subjects so common my lips only the desperado .
ly dwelt upon under such circumstances even In my prayers. China may be'a land of opportunIty KISSIMMEE
"You will "Do you understand me, madam to the ,
vender business "
were rarely alluded to. They perhaps when he repeated. ,man with money,
spoke of old you haye'read' record of life but any young maD'who Is
time. my
with which willing to
were conversant they that iut'STa! one as I should dare to "Yes, she answered firmly, "I un .work will find better '
rather opportunities
than of the praYt But then dear derstand you very well." every day In the
unknowable; of their guardian there large Amerlcaa'clt EI'lf
!though undemonstrative) lifelong friend- is little Willie; when I sit by ber There was no'satire in her ton*. ies. ROUTE:
Jut the
bedside simple truth
with she
ship, rather than of their 'reunion her thin small. hand In spoke bad .
hereafter mine. I still seem to have a far wone'.tlng than any satire. Dr. Charles"A. STEAMER
some ,
; of their link Craig professor of
common friend. :
with Heaven. It Is "Then you know that I will be Semitic Captain' Clay-JohnloD BTJlAHB:1Jl08E.A.D: ; ,
Alive languages
or dead. Once however scarcely credible, at Ann Arbor Sr Captain
a obeyed. You and Jeannette'can Clay OhDaoll, r
considering her Mich.
tender pack invented s.tem Regular '
something of bitterness years, but a of weekly
in short trips to
some air Basinger I ,
re- that
there Is nothing bar up Is necessary In a hand .. s.d return. no.ea4a'I.a.
couple when .
mark made by the dying mother can teach a student at McOllI Uni 1"11..4&1"" morning, and Kissisr'
Bested the inquiry from his man sug which my,little darling cannot under of hours I suppose In order that versity.) He has used U constantly Special Charter Trips to arrives I..lmmel Friday evening. '

ion, "You are at I c mpan- stand. I say It Isscarcely credible these shall be no excuse however, for thirty years. Comfortable Lake Okeegtiobes and Fort Myer oa &h-um.
peace trust accommodaUoa for
Ma- but she has you shall have four" puteegers. Rates
made v n. reasonable.
yore with all 'men? aware that -t most picturesQue
she has been "It shall be as you Wtterway In Florida.
the please.
pretext for her More
"With For
all that god patents
are worthy of the This Were applied for and Passenger and
father's ruin. submission Freight WO-t.
was too apply
She to
clings to
name of ber fragile more
man was the stern and unexpected and too,, easy and It excited patents issued and reissued by '
life believes his CL.y' JOHNSON.
reply. Then as If that she will nusplc- the United States .' 81L Proprietor ;
his harshness the regretting- live to put things right. She has Ions; his, tnlnd was like' a sentinel 1906 than in Government In On boardmil*.* iQaslinin ft..
tutor added with a questioned who baa outstayed his watch aid any other 'ear'ln its .. **. .
: mile, "There Is not much malice and me a hundred times, and his lost history;, Th. number.'of applications rt'
'when I nerve. Every sound '
come of sfie IU2R..t.daD ,
hatred In my heart,Aldred.. I do age says (which wag 6 6.4 82 and.of patents 81,068. *
as she will live alarm and even the .
never to do and absence of
sure It she
you-nothing I.tru.t
of In that to be repented ara. It would be too late). '* will pay sound. HI thought that she was only: Outside of Bu-Ayres .
way; a little enn'of an their promising to obey him to there are " iJ '
money back gain time.
to Farmers
yourself godpapa and five cities lnv Plan '
"How so?my" friend that's all. Aunt Marla,. When Dr. Newton came ; "Mind you"he'said.;In a'menac: latlon of 60.000"01'Argentina/with? a ,,* to
to see her her chief Ins voice "I shall be her.e: myself to "
"R-- _.. anxiety was to man. 60,000 '
'j .......... see that all Is : Bahla Blana. 60,000( 0: Get'1
ions-a son a wife. iii entrdttt. rdP. :1. ._"_ ready.. In the neant-. COrdoba.-65GOO'La } oW'er' "

'oo "Nay, my. poor wife Is 'dead" said tor thought the dear child's mind was I shall not accompany"yoif-\---.'. .... JfBtfX.a..._ ::,...._ Plata80,009' ;. ., ,, ,

k 1 the canon soothingly, as due speaks wandering,' but It was as bright and; sure to be at the Green Dragon., You when he was christened orei"'Tyfi .u .4

K to a sick man .whose mind. has gone. clear,as It Is'pure. We have no secrets -I may not see me, perhaps to-night; years ago Is now the property of .t1si HE' primary. purpose 0

astray. a little"' from one another Willie and I. for I shall arrive late by'water. .Ton Emily -Pashley.. ot Worksop. ..England to protect the farmer, but.this Is not Its sole 0 .e ,

"Yes, but you have the memory of I have told you one of the.reasons need say nothing of that to anybody, It baring come to her from her T organized farmers are not merely to fight their own .bat-

her. Believe me my friend -It Is for my writing to you, but the chiefIs but; I wish to repose confidence layou. grandmother at whose house Wesley ties They are to help the great mass of the American people '- i

well to have such memories to dwell after all a selfish one-to bespeak ." lived. fcr a time when but all Infant. to secure more general'equitable conditions. In, seek.

upon." ( should anything happen to me your Across Sopb,.'. face !flitted the"distorted , i '.i %'---:.':;? ,,.v,,' I' -1, Ing to obtain better returns for their Investment ot capital

bad no prescience. that sympathies for my innocent child. I shadow of a smile. He noticed {here more for
The canon Water pipe* of terra, cotta and labor, they are not to force the poor-to par

lie had beheld his friend for the last know you will never visit upon her It. and' frowned heavily. used In Crete forty centuries. agq the necessities o( lit*.. Rather they are to assist. them In.

time'when he walked home one afternoon even In your thoughts the tins of her. "We are man and wife," be said Those supplying drinking water consisted ' .curing food and clothing at a lower, rate squeesiag ont

with thoughtful step that grew parent, but I beseech you to try to 'and' must sink or swim together. of a aeries of sub-cpnlcal tubes the mtddle'man with his fat proflts.,Products are /to 'p.41.-IT fr. t'tb.

", .unconsciously more free and buoyant love her for her own sake; she Is as Things have gone badly here but socketed Into each other; with collars to the producer so far as possible.. The A.. S. E. has.formed an 1con.umer

f.m he seared the little home which worthy of your lore as, her mother they will go better elsewhere. We and sto.p. ridges, .o constructedas alliance with the American Federation of Labor and the two are cooperatingin t
held his newfound treasure. has proved herself unworthy. What must roost elsewhere but our nest tntf- .
to give the water n shooting the establishment .of distributingstations where farm:, products may be
On bis study table; however,was a higher euloglnm. alas! can I pats up- will be feathered for us,". and h.e tlon. (thus' preventing. accumulation by! the farmer to the consumer without the Intervention ot a third party.
'' letter the contentsot which fora on her T 'Henny will take care of her, tapped his breast pocket exultlngly. old r
of sediment.. stations are already in operation Chicago and other >plea>
moment put'even Robert out of his I know If permitted to do so. But "Where we are going the child will Such distributing, .

mind. It was In his ward's hand' the law-there Is'no one alas! who recover more quickly. It'Is the very *"'' 'outlined. the activities of the"society are to have
HEALTH 'GOES RED HAIR According to the plans
writing, which in itself argued nothing has better cause to know It thanyourselfIf climate which the doctor recom. WITH Deyond the men control of the marketing of the
wider ;
had ceased hard and cruel. Dear a scope
she never mends.
strange (for svRed Headed Athleteto of the soil and touching many phases of the nation's political and economic
I would r.ther'aee Willie her to ask where fruits
In a'
/ him
to correspond with suppressed guardian If he expected the farmer of the state with' tea mil-'
t e mechanical fashion) ; It had dead at my feet than trust her to the this salubrious spot WAS i situated, he Be OAT Color?" Asks a Runner.' .'life.- Once thoroughly organized irresistible a before which the q
votes would be a political power: power
law would place lion
not as usual been sent on to him bands which the was mistaken A weight thrower and a distance and at the many little Washlngtons throughout tho
directed to her. I will say no more upon this but In politicians at Washington
from the Laurels, but was Her, manner was anything runner were discussing the chances of ,When'the farmers wanted laws enacted /congress and
address. It mn t have matter for that way madness lies, different. It was plain that she was country would bow.
his present Intercol-
the candidates for the next would be quick to reipond for It would\ not'be the confused ti
come to Sophy's knowledge therefore only{ it anything- should happen which. paying attention to every word ,he legiate' track meet. The weight the legislatures Individuals scattered, Isolated farms over the lonely prairie .
to Providence should sink me still lower In ,.ourdl.e.teem. cold and stiff and faint cry of
removed her face
that he had aid, but was
metoo hast. thrower referred In glowing: terms to b.IJt.the fu11-volced and united chorus of a body ot .men who know what ,
not Judge
Terrace. Though this was a do as a stone. the fine trial he had seen the Princeton In demanding It-From the-World '
slow To-day.
niece of Information that might banII' ily. I am in such straits as you cannot "Have you Any further: commands halt miler Whitely, run that they want: and: are. ,

..oozed out any day he opened the envelope guess ," she Inquired. PatientOrlselda day.. is. 'Wi '

with no little apprehensionthat "You will show 'to Aunt' llarU could have said' no more'. ., I "II.-will win the haf'mlle) sure It :
she might have gleaned still fur what I have written: I do not ask you but her tone Jarred on his ear, : he keeps his form" the weight throw "t : .11I II, 111.s

ther knowledge and the first sentence to plead with her for 'me. I trust to "You speak like automaton;. er"went'os. "but hale a' blond; and .

,convinced him that it was so. : that tender heart 4)f hers, whose trustI he answered angrily. "No. I bavenothing those fair ''haired runners always go 'The' '

"Kindest and best of friends, whom have''eoshamefully, abused,, for more to say; It will.beth, 9 wrong just when you want-them, to e :" ,, 'is>J:J Jt

T have robbedr and grieved-dear I charity and pardon. easier to remember At, ?ne'o'clock be'ftt;. Whltely.'was taken ill before '
'guardian whose care and love I bave "Your Loving and Penitent Ward. I hero with' a large.carriage, the big games last year, and the dam Uitithdte /Imerlco.n

repaid l>r' falsehood and:Ingratitude7plty so that the'child,can lie'at'length.You thing may happen again: The black ,

If you cannot pardon me. It I ri CHAPTER XX. will be sure ready- by that hatred: men seldom get out of .,condi t ..

."t""came to you In person (which t dare The Last Interview.For time*" ,

not do'for the sight of your dear faco week. Adair had::been "I: shall be ready." tion."That's, all right 'about the black gy'Johra'HarpQr..\

would, kill tne;,,',and''' my. )life, otherwise of at late.' home. He breakfasted He, went out without another word.Qnarternary haired athletes," replied the distance '

r worthless, is necessary to my scarcely ever himself and'Lett the man. "buf41 have known them to geoff t ..+.+++++g T a recent lecture I was .extremely'Surprised ;ate hear'the,

'child)-I say, It 1 came Into your early by to It after Its Inmates r Bears.The their feed at times: /The 'men always : the lecturer state with: emphatic posltlreness.. that the.Intermingling ., *
and groveled, at your feet house only to return underground their the ot different races was not conducive to the good
'presence the best
. Sometimeshe excavations for ready"to do are .
with tear and prayers. I could not had retired telegram to rest.from hU oMce: railways of Paris has yielded re d haired kind i A' i 'of any ,Datlo but that it bad.the opposite! !effect 'I would

feel a greater abasement sent a to whether '' advise that lecturer to )inquire Into the genealogy ot llM
,believe me, friend this evening a goodly array of additions : fft .don:&l know you call 'tl,.1
I alt here and writer "Shall bring a American. No Intelligent' man ,will deny that, the,'
than I do as will alone with me." Upon French archaeology, historic and them +,blonds or notli b.t'I'm' willing *+*+***++ typical .
who dine
these shameful word. Sophy had understood scientific. Within the past few days to bet that In all your thirty years .......+4': United States, as a >!1&Uon., can more than hold'Its owa

V' "Until recently. though fully conscious the first this occasion that, though her the workmen came upon'a maul' of on' the track you never knew a red tutU:t.4.. with any other "It Is also a matter of,common knowledgethat

of my base behavior to yon'In did not wish to see her at bones, evidently. once; forming the haired athleto to be off color,"-New the, true American- Is a composite. .more. thaiD. .a,,
respects was not aware,of the husband of huge creature' and ,: .
ether her to welcome their skeleton some 9rk'\un,\! ; .
;ruin ,I bad brought upon you. I table he An In an excellent state preservation. eAlSouKhktheblendlng' 'r process ef the races In America Is'not yet'pers

'thoughttbgt, I bad only lies and delceltkto'reproaeh guest in the drawing room. unpleasant Expert from',the National Museum tected It Is steadily'going on and ere long, the ultimate American will ..tep'lortb.
but I
myself with-transIgrusslons task'enougb; shrink one from ,, of Natural History, carefully collect. Philippine Locust. 'He will have among other qualities, the. strong brain of the German. K'
she did not ;
: that have brought their however 'notionoNpleasingher" ed all the fragments and have been, The natives of the Philippines are the artistic-taste! of the Italian. the urbanity, of the French,'.the ready wit

'01p1.puu.1abment- me.and con not from any Illusion' : had able reconstruct from them the baring. a bard; time trying to beat Irish, the stout: heart of the British. Then the. whole world In, na)-'

c ruing which I thought: therefore husband' -for such an almost complete skeleton of the bear I down the plague of locusts. In Fanay: versaf admlraUOQ'iwlll cry; ,:"Behold the ,American. !"' -

'that'I had'souee'sort.of right-as If long vanished-nor from any senseot of,tbe quarternary epoch. the -direct tremendous swarms of these Insects :
: fear of him
( 'sub* wretch aWl had rightist vii! duty; nor even from ancestor of the bear of our own have come and bare denuded the rice '. :If

:-to be silent. But now I know what but from a mere mechanical impulse Ume, but of at least twice the ..tatur41oft.the fields., In the town of Balasad" the :/ .
I done on which she now always acted *Jtcept brown bears of to-day.. have '' .
irremediable :Injury bare natives captured and destroyedJOOO
Jan you and yours, it seems to me that In matters.' ,which concerned.. her. Salmon BUM ,Premier Pish. cavanes (the cavane is ameasure'equal PRINTING

''no sufferings 14 this world can be in* I child. I t 'In.teid.of..leav1ng' : :-+ If .- .. .....-.. ; to 2,41 cublo feet) ofithe .*.1i'
'''fllcted commensurate with myoffenses. ,One '' Insects Mlagao has also captured ;
'on tne 1 continues ,bethe
directly .he had swallowed Salmon to premier -
home as usual ,
That I was bat an.: unoon- about the same Dumber;: _
fish Industry.of.British Colum 0'
In the hands ot another his early meal. AdairLent'for' Tbe only time efforts to catch, )locusts .
v acloullinstrumellt Sophy to the ,breakfast room. .She bia. In 1905 the output was 1.187.- ,' ;<
.) Is excuse,for-me'for,: but hadnot, seen him'for sorn* days? and 480 Cases.! Valued at >96.760.000., prove effective is while they are r OF ALL KINDS r "t
' for my own' misdoings/1/ should neverjhave too young to ,.fly.The method pursued
salmon were required
watch therewasno Over 11,000.000'
fallen Into his hands.'_ The hlsJtory even to her eyes Jin : is to dig whole laths groundto ,
; wifely Interest} the change In him to .iflll the 60,000.000 cans, .
Inclosedf lead. Alone these
which boards
will 'find
ot. them, you,
that equal distribution .
remarkable.Hi.. face ,was and It Is estimated an '
'. there'was a paper In' the envelope was very, populs/: tbe locusts can be driven, and once t In '
( entire '
haggard than she among the Executedin
and Best; MannerJand
containing-ahort"narrative'ot"her1IInt thinner : more the hole are burled. This method has the
have supplied .200 cans .
looked knd lion would
It pale
which h.d'enr seen. ; been in limited 'u.e. for sow '
and the causes year
marriage; but with ,a certain determined for every man, wpman and child: In :.
,'had.[ as she thought, compelled her tomake anxious t.roclt.abollt"\t\ tike thatot, the province.' and is encouraged' by ,tb. dOYerulutat. at Reasonable. :

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Tfe i _I YaHeyfoittt*. Whit the Kidneys Do tL.w.' .w..waeear. J : .,

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.Sunny South Stables.
rUBLISBED VERY: FRIDAY, Their Unceasing: Work Keep U. .

Office Valley Gazette Building. .,Strove sad Hswitfay.. I GGOODS" "
L H.
\All the blood In the body passe INQR M. Proprietor. ,

through the kidneys onoe every three ._ ._ .
t tI tV "\" ''' -'''----'''' .
W. .I*. HARRIS Editor sad "Prop'r The Tbe night kidneys and filter lav.the blood When J : .

healthy they remove! about MO grain I\$ \ LIVERY SALE and BOARDING t j ; .... '
<< Impure! matter daily unhealthy i '
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Ooa U
of this Impure mat.ter \ rear. come part : I"
._... ... ... .. . .. .. .
0. mmmt I I. left In the blood. This bring .... : : :
One eepr.three nentln, ..... .... rir N..e\MMa\\.NNNNM eNNN NN\.N\N\- -- . "

AD emamgnl..tlonti'apt. frost our ...u01. -.I on pain many In the.dUeasM back. headache.and symptoms nervousness !; Well equipped, With nVw-Stock and I . k.'..'

...... ...> .4..iU, ,muit be signed blobs writernatter hot, dry skin, rheumatism, gout, 1 pi-epai-ed to meet all demands with f.
will not be returnedeeoadclue .....' gravel, dlaorde'ra' of the eyeslehi and ;
bearing dUitnesi: Irregular heart !; faction.' "

.11:....... at u.. Xbetmmee".. ,ft* debility drowsiness dropsy deposits.
.. mail_...... . I I.I I. In the urine, etc. But if you keep th e II l line ,almost complete: .
filters right you will have no trouble ,
I | .' .. HAULING A '
with your kldoevs. __.
Juno '
Friday, il, 1008. Z. W, Usss South Hide! KlssumueeF1 M """ H ) Ginghams; Calicoes\
..., says. : "Dosn's Kidney' .Pill. ; ?,>,.f
have proved of such greet benefit tome < : -
Party Wrecking. that I do not hesitate to recommend \tV llite Goods! ; Efc.:
\them. A lame back made It difflcul City \ "
r' It'is' asserted by men of mature" Judgment for me to get around also to sl.oop'or Barber ' .
+ and discretion.that only one or lift. No position 1 assumed wan com '] early buyer getthe .
two more such primaries .* the present fortable'and good night's rest wa %- ,
are necessary to wreck tl>. Demo-, out of the question. :The. kidney..secretion "* R
ratio party of Florida and that if were ao frequent in action NEW\ AND UP- selection. ., : ,
new partlea and Ism continue to mul that 1 often had to arise'from six t.o I I., { : '. .,;
'" .
tiply as at present there will/ be new eight times during the night I tried 0Hot .
enemies in the Held four years hence several.remedies, also rubbed inv back '
a not now apparent. upon the surface. with liniments to rellevelhn ,pain but j
The Democrat of Florid have reallyno I to no avail. I finally b..rll..f Doan' Your for) Honest. Value: ,
opponents nor have they had for Kidney Hills and procured a box from _and Cold' Baths ? ,,
several rears, but that is no'reason the Kissimmee Drug Co. They dill- '
that there never will be aojr. There posed of the Jamenes in my back, a obi
are men today'In the party who would strengthened my kidneys and rflf me Fine Havana , J- 9
barter away Its lower and prestige fora of the necessity of rising at night: I . '
mesa of ottage./ The Inordinate can not aav too much In favor of thlf
thirst for political position would effective kidney remedy." KATZ e
f, have no bar to tome of the nmbltlous Forsale by all dealers. I'rlw50 I l
to accomplish their purpose. Such a cents. Fo.ter..tlfitnrn C'u, Buffalo, ,
thing a* treating with the enemy has New York sole agents for the United
been discovered In the days' past, and !States.: POOL ROOM
why should U. not be'apprehended Remember the 'nameDoanV..and/ IN -
again? vAs take no other. ...
a party the Democrat In Flori '
da-have. been almost umlt for white --- ur ./ tflueaatltaa..aa .... '
supremacy and honest government, BUDDED :TREES !
rF but the accusations heaped upon each Benedicta"A RECEIVED. A FULL LINE OF .l-.l1 ,
other In tbe present campaign,are by

no.and means are In the strengthening interest of to those the party who, Islesworth [Nurser '( '

openly and secretly oppose the. permanency WOMAN'S MCDIONC".. i Ii= te Rose t' ;
of the There
u of the fact party.that the campaign no question now CHASE&lCO.. FPOPJRlKloiis. JV.. 1

closing has made breaches in the party We will, have ready for. next Fall und Wlnuiplanting ) '.
and vrobablv some which.In Trees .t all .-. !
assortment of Orange ahd Gi-u.efrnlt| '
YOU the
KUKFEU tils of
Instances will neVer be closed< DO womanhood ties. Our trees are 'budded on goad! bul h.v rough l t
Republicanism Is not BO dead that I IC.D It as.omanywom.ndosuffert Do you 8r.\.e.1 l tree troin lnw>cts posts
want to ..t well without So Orange/ roots II U11.1' I Goods.
I. nOt be resuscitated In our Slate.This rind l thet- I
of painful All budded from ben big tree In our.groves
Is the greatest foe the Democratsever .zaminMlonsaad.mbarrsetagconsultation.. name.4 Our facillll s h.,r vrownur nurterjstork ate" ,
had to cope with, and nothing so i remedy. ? Do you want to take a none and our trees 'mus ens us ino, .ey and. twenty | .'
right Intel bom and
pleases Republicans as to tee Democrats yourself. ? year cur lance can produce. We .are making a cps-clalty this !> .
waging war on-each other. Why famous California Valencia l.ate ""which! I Is .demlned} to *
Because they hope to regain power by BENEDICTA = Treatestmoney-ma'tti" in Florida. Our Valencia bud Jellies. Jams. Marmalades, Vegetables,
p and through the aid of \he'ery men rect from the bestbrating f tie inthe district now ' Fish, Etc KY
who are now fighting each other by Is "Woman's. Medicine." A prescription ducing the best Valcnclas In California. i
an alliance with either faction.. of a phyctelan wbo mad the study of r..
Besides this old and known enemy :.nal.I Diseases tils specialty. It was used Write for Pri.ces to J. W..HOA ['.IGotha. Fla., or caW &
of Democracy other new parties, are successfully by him In his practice it has series at Waco on Florida Midland R. R. : !Floyd Co. ] "
"1 seeking recognition. all with a hope of been used successfully by thousands of
'receiving succor from the dissatisfied women during. th. many years slnoe. Pro. : : : :
'men of the present dominant. party Inn greulr physicians have also. found Ha.vliiible tt fir' ? ftF., +rr'Y T' ')r s
Florida. The hope Is, however, that assistant' ,when they desired toavosd A
we will never have any such bitter! and an operation. -
relentless contests among ourselves .
and) all will observe the
again that .. .. ..... ..
danver ,which threatens the If .1. t. Vlc: l party Is a Tegetable remedy. It Is made from .
w such strife continues lAud Increases at roots, herbs and barks known to posssss SPRiNl
A If each occurring .-Jacksonville properties which" hare a woaderful curative tate Bank of Kissi
M etrppoli.. and tonic effect: upon the female organ and
nervous system.. Without mentioning tb. Kissimmee I 1n.
Blind Tom the famous musi
negro many forms of female troubles that women _. \ '
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clang died at'Hoboken N. J., last -
' sugar.we iff that UieDtjsjtfl iegMMaALtfefg/i M>aHga MWl 0a |< f !

.... ... BENEDICTA 7.. DEPOSITORS BBCVRITY......... ..... ... .too 000 r
8 Now. that the primaries are over I IIIM1 .
i and the battle fought an'd won let alb, la prepared carefully and scientifically.,and Prompt sad Careful Attetttloji given: 10 a'< ) .
our citizens forget any. strife or differences with the con*eloun_of tae responsibility trusted to MB. Hxcha' .se..good .at all points at e. Vs
that.may have. arisen In the heal of iTlng to saffertas women remedy that' rat. '. 1, Iii
of the campaign. and get together and will not only b*beneflclM,but also harmless YOUR BUSINESS' (; \
devise ways and means for promoting. ID affects, DO matter what may be the. con
Ibedevelopment.and arowtb of Kls- dition of the woman taking It. NOW OPEN ', .
'aimmeeandO.ceolacounty. The colurans It Is sold at $1.00 per bottle byRoberson's t. .... '.-
of the VALLEY GAZETTE are at \ j..: .'
aU tUnis '
open to communications '
along this line, and we would like to Pharmacy : :' ,

=. Every publish could "offer thinking some some suggestions;man suggestions'in- every the. county KlSsiMMEB.'FLA.- Favorite : ST, A N F.O R D 6, OS. ,:". f'

what. In his wind would be of Wutualbenebt If.
'i discussions would arise. and an Inter-
eat would be stimulated( In public at LIGHT RUNNING" '
fairs-that-would' be bound to result In il "
great !good .for ,,.1)17"Let (be) whole AT CASH STORE i ii l
,oust, reaolve Itself Into a debating O :
society to discuss the question as tc A
the best means of advancing the interests i
of Kissimmee and Osecol.county; INSECTICIDES Picture and Picture'Frames. 2.6ged+
I to 3!
wide 1.x iw' .\11. "o

< Killed Three Big Bear. -FOR ISALE BY- < 1\ n-tli Co-. sells. 8pl 01 Tiiread at. 4c. '

Mr. o. O.: McLean Informs a Lac1le. Union :
J.. M. Suits at.(1.00.
LEE - z
of the VALLEY OAZKTTK that. a mos s I. : ," (2 , sell
aucceesfuhbear hunt wa* polled\ off 1 ; Good Door Look with two keys. 20c.
near. his tulpentlne farm at Maine < AGENT FOR
City,, last week The hunters; thirty t'th. *l.fli>, sell) nt L Nice Suits Clothes worth $14, at 810 : .

,,i four from Dartow In' number, Including' City and gentlemen othenearby .. Sanders. Fertilizer Conpaay. ( *1.7.*. bell at One.8M.llon Coffee Pots go at. 150.x.* .,

places, wet at Mr. llclA'l..n'aaLlllon i epl If 1.7 New Dress Goods from 15 to 25c,
Tuesday night, and on Wednesday ,
morning bright and early r I "

started bruin) dogs out with to roust twenty-three bruin (from ttklddoo his Bargains in Shoes '." ,

lair in Reed Creek swamp. The hun i Malsby Machinery 11

Masted that lime three three{days large, and black at the bear end had o.f:I Day in the Week. : : : '

meta. tragic death. This li the mos ..-4 22: OCEAN ST. .' .. I '

y beard successful of In bear Florida bunt.'e, have eve.. f: .....,.." ....._.. ,,1-
.. :.Ii'" '-"'''II''ww'' t Port..ble'and I COLLEGE
Call;for Meeting of the: Democrat*' 'Ifrou want ellh<>...VlbrallftIR'"ltJe.Rotary. ery.Saw Shingle Mills Wood Dine,- .: 4
& aeoraHIntIsTbrasdCA./a&OcA1\ [ general line .S OLDEST
Executive Committee. Bewlav Machine write to of i!I COLLEGE.
line carried In I'
TNI MEW NOME JtWIM MACMIHI COMPANY stock and Nehools of Music
'Notloe Arts
Is shipment. Sold Dome.
hereby /given that a meetIng :- Orenu..l1m.a. on and 8uIIIIJell
of the Osoeola County Democratic. ) er.mad.toe.llrer.rdle..oit -,- .n..u'.dormtftn, now IIGIDa up; el.trle 1I1b.tD:.......
Executive Committee will be held a i quality(but..h.M' .w lint.b nad to weac 's It.will pay you to ; : he.lth oondflune. ; lIoe ... .&.bt..Uo lisle end turner.
.. ... ' ; teDDI.1I00.
.... terms cb.mplBua . .
i the court house .Monday, June 22 1 Our P. .ftI'runs out.tM buIDtl. Postal will : .. .. this .r. Nearl1 a qusrt.rol i' r.
( fcy Mik.rlo dealer es..u.t.lDo>a..I'1 .b.'bl" ) .".U.ble. Christian. 1,
to canvass the returns of the second I ealy. man. Write for . ; 1tt.silt.: J''
primary and to transact such other I run.AUsv W and prI es.. 'i } 'I
business as may come before the Cora Stanford WelJ; Or ','l *.uthets A enU\ far.Celebrated\ ; F jr Carson Hdw.
mlitee., +<. T. M., MURPHY Chairman. Graves .i ;
October 7. For
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'A -, Laundry. Co. Kissimm e.. FJ:. yl.......... ... .... -.-.ue ,e >Ac ota8ylt : t.b..PrealdeDt., .1
. Ph. D. Winter Park n''
The agency for, the White Star '. ,
laundry Is now at the Home O.w. t ;
Store, aas.EaBal..fkth Picture M I T;
'and If you wish to have the boy cal rM 1 THOJIIPSDJ t jI jj
on you weekly, just ring up JW, and TILLER I ,j
you will be put on our .
1I.t.t and called
4 Kinds
I of
on ..eekl'rb.; work 1 Is all l done In 4i= THE '
prices ao'emoie.. t., r manner and at' Tampa i Real aN\\N\N\Nq\Naq\egNNN\N.state Agency, : FUNERAL. DIRECTOR f I'' (, made to Order : IS'WHEN OLD YON SUMMERTIME tOCO '( .Jt -

..YOM'Never Casi.Tcli 4 Realty bought and sold. -'..' l ! PORCH
t just exactly: the cause"of. vour rheuinatlsm : 4 .Houses rented. 1 I. I'I Prompt at en I II | CHAIRS.. | v f
{ but.jrou know you have. It. 4j 'Taxes paid and Titles a orders se'nt'by! .i .' 'f'
ver- I 1 I .
RLiniment know that 13 a Hard's 3oow Ifjed for non-residents. Also' Nice Line of Ladies' and I W. .aw- Lets Pwck Cealnesi MS! .
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will cure it?-relieves the I e0a 178 PACyu.\' 0 YBflOftlDA .
"i.i 'pain-reduces the swelling and llm- j Fire Life: and.'Accident In- 'i IQ Cents' Burial] Robes. I IC :---.-......---. ..
tiers will the be Joints a. active and muscles and so ib..t.yOU J surance. ";'. I'' f', 0. ' Residence W =====,l.:==::::::-.:-:::-;::;,.eM: ,
well as'' you"ever .4 Bonds: {.I Inffwrr'es PHONE 7e J : '
Indemnity ; .- ; Court House M..t..asta.a.q..w..aa.w.
A' were. Price..::.c, 6Oc and 100. :; ..,.,. . -. "
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Kk ilea VaJleu Garotte Mr ,Etarrf'AV,, Kre'amer1: ; oiF, rL t I". '- THf 'SECOND 'PtMMAKY.( .. 1 ''f i* : -" -

"" - Myers, was hers :yesterday. The! Home Store NOTIO :
; Atlanta;
Subscriptions 01'be .

TBLBPHONsI NO. 11. Journal, dally. or semiweekly. taken, Overstreet. and Stfatto ,Nominatedfor . We-are now the Sole Ai"at"for pe0rrrary xotbeNhereby 10 fth..moaot sines that .... followl..4tl..ed l li ..g.e wank' ,I
due for 6pWS
.t UUs offlov .....b ".1tO ._ LLw :.telpel a'J.f'J.
"f' Commissioners.The this territory.fop a. ..IU be...14.t ... .. ma on I J fiA. 1'J'of A -

jgpUBLlSHEDUEVERY Our spring book of sampler for THisL.C.: SMITH A BROS.TYPEWRITER KlNlmmee. _Ch7. 10 Ib.I'OUDlJ', 01 OoClC'el' aD4 seta. of rlorl.... I ._' '. ,,

-BY- rnens made to measure garments, is vote to 'this countr1'in the sew The always.
replete with all the newtilnRs, come I ond primary was much.,larger than Sold for cash time. *machine. '
.,, or on
. rfwPlfPllsaONPIOIAI. . early and get a /rood selection.. was anticipated, and on \the face of TUB LirDDKN-CAunuxL!: ,. SMITH PI. DESCRIPTION OF :D' J II.I.I'a: OWNS*. 'II
the will If not
KAT& 8. returns chow almost ands and Organs, also Columbia
WKATHKR quite, as large a vote as .
If you know an Item of news, phone the first primary. This however; Is Graphophonea and Records. For 1r' ots.14 .. . .' .. ..... ., .. . . .: 1. S'Ia "Its 110 . .. .. .
Avenwe f ... endlnsr the Oaxette cash or on Instalments. ; & . .... ... RavagHOft "
teniMBgtwe er Valley or write It down Show of'' ] ., .. .. . I ,.. 40 ., .
Jam Itt /m. ,< and drop U in the 'post>> oI Ioe. Such deceptive. Owing to the extremely Tun 'ELLIIOEUN KEHOSBNK :MANTLH snd.I1.,4pf aw14 . .. .." 2Z ear MeWe NO 661':. L II-\"I'K. . _sea"'-.. .1 ,
; things long ballot la the first and &the Interest LAMP-The only kerosene itw ol'.li" ...a. ... ,....., ., .... .. ; $ 4O Psvsgewii. . . . .a.
are appreciated by the, editor lamp us .. .. .. 41
Nw .,. .L. ... /
Rat taken the In local csndl- .i
biro by voters J/IIII 34e Haw'eekAllenftw
Mar 1'-: more than. most people Im"lllne.I I ing/ A mantle. 110 oandle power: U .jtu .. :. . . . ..-. ,. . '" . . II S7. ate 40 kmirfre .. I :
dates a great many: skipped the Senatorial hours for I cent.. Guaranteed non- All . . . ... .. '. . . .'. .". '0 ma ale 041 Empire Laud LM4 Co .. .. '
: Prof. R. M.. Evans returned ,last Friday -' 'and State candidates and voted exploit All . .. ....... ... ... .. .. .. . 37e R4e 847 groplre Uod Co0a Co . . ..f'.. .

.. .. .. .. .. . 49 from Oxford, Ga., where he wentto only for county offices, while la the We All. .. .. .. . .. .... . .. .. . . .. fa "rte. 34e eel :pin A"" CO .... . g S ...
BatonlayMoMlay. ... . : : ... wm attend the alumni Emory second primary_ there were only a few would be pleased to have you call All .1.. 21 *7e ate sit I Empire Laod Co. .
at .
banquet . . . . . .
All . . .. . . .. I
94 I' t ,
.. . .. .. . . . on and .r S7e ate 64:1: . . .
us what Xpl..Dd
'B. IK) C7It see e have, C*
the all .. ..... . .. .
College t.loke'aDd'pract.lcaU All. .
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.. .. . .. . .. . 89 commencement He reports I names on ...... . ,4 1M 87. Ass 141 Sntpl..dco.. .. .. .
the tlme the voted for all the offices NO TKOUBLB TO SHOW GOODS. JI*4 olawl(. ... .;.. . at 2h
Tnaeday.Tkmnday... . ...... 00 411IWed. of his life. I voter fws aw swol ale: 11II Thummon Jam .. t.
.....,-. . . .. . H3 ? There were something like two hundred awl:4: of aeU of M.'< .. 14IS He M Km** Arnold.. :... ... .. I ..
Through the efforts :tw! ofsN ofss,. ,. . . .. .. ... . .Mm 3:1a
. . . . IIC 78 of the pastor in the first 10 J..hIlULa. ... .. .. ...." .
.e. and fifty more votes primer Nw ossw' . . .. I' tile IIIIe ,
Rev. A. L. "" "" 40 . . .. .
I ""
Woodward. the Methodistchurch Th* Big Ned Nw ofm . . .. . . . 115
than'In the! second. In precincts, . .. 21 8A. 40 B.NAraold' . .. .. ... I.
... :--- clusters is now of lighted Tights, by with three reflectors overhead Noa. 2 and 3 and 4 and 8, where there. Is of two klndsconcelt: and the big I .lw\i; leaa.. ajVoYe'i) ol,.,.,.)V. .,.alao. .. ..lea, *. 1" i11 aceM me Ml LoltlerVB1M .. .. .. .. .. ., W-

pstead. of were second races for County Commissioner head that comes from a sick headache. eoor of neUofawU and rnna n Del'
the swinging cords and interest was unabated and Does J our bead ever feel like a gourd* ,,yd w 2W f di s 70 Ida e 2JO yde la beg. '
hades used heretofore In the first aDd your brain feel loose ? elao bee at ne eor of .w>'of pw'i rune _
vote Is about and
the same as sore
I a r20 rjl. w ifcOTdii a :21 TdielfJj rda. 09n: S3M : 107 Chandler 8 M et .. .. ,,4'.
Fred Illll returned .l home from primary. You osn cure It la no time by acting' tot
r F I FIELD. Charleston. S. C., where he has been The unofficial vote so far as receivedIs on your liver with Uallsrd's Uerblne. I Ihb't swl5ofawM.. . . ... : ".Ass 330 'ltobeIUReddlll.. . ..,.. N
attending the Porter Mllltarv Initl- as follows"' :. it worth trying for the absolute Low.1& and au Henrjr 'dws.n'a'sub y I

!. ute, yesterday, aDd"ent out to his For United States Senator, all except and certain relief you Ml get? For' sale Lot2ot..5 >iof. .aw/..). ;.. .... .' ..". ... 43 l. !/1'Vis I:.. !81Ia!!!! 'P6{3 'Mann GeeW' ..... .. ..:.... .1 I'se

"" home at, Narcoossee, to. spend vacation UaaingerT-Trlve" -. TJroward 129.Fletcher by! Uoberson's Pharmmaey ., A lie of riverAlleiofrlvar .. .. .. .... . .. .. . .. =- 87e ffib 3'JIO Emplnlnd "?!.. ..:.....
'14 87a i 'C '
Empire tan .
330. All e of river :: .: : .: : .:: gee .: .= EmpIre trod : : ::: .: : : at
the Tuner Orlando.Mr. Vile old in 24M i.
Wade. For Governor all except Basinger house T
If you have been newspapers your ,-... 2IIe 81'. .
friends away or have Rive Ollchrlst 326 Stockton 100. leaning. We sell them at this office E44offn.tsod'n4ofnfofsu) !< ., 4' IIH tile 1W Csrr's&vIU0.. .... ..,..., ate

E. L. D. Overstreet made a visiting you and fall to find For County Commissioner, DistrictNo. ay,2Uo per hundred. ; ,:. . . 10 1Ih" 1IOe 6r .. .,. ....,. 11M
mention of It in the "! niuof MU ., .
Valley Gazette .tol."o ai 2.'m
Vie .
business to Orlando Wednesday l' 1 ..
trap 2, Overstreet 60, Heaves 31 .N > . . .. la Simmons
ust remember that lt .ot."ol..o. *.< SI v. JOe' Nrl&l.t.. .. ... i N
would ,
; have For wof ... .. .. .. .. . . ... . .
92.00 DistrictNo.
Ingersoll Midget watches atKate's. beea there If you had let us known County Commissioner of /i.. al I1Mt 'aM 40 BniUvan Bud .. .,. .. .. ,.4 e7
3. Mann 37 Stratton 48. ROGERS' LIVERWORT et4 .e bega* tie nor of ieji ofaioft -
:: about It. W e want to publish all the of seta; snd ru" ai'* *l6 e

news, Next week we. will-publish the ofll- TAR AND OANOMALAdUA D in .. . . .. . . . . .: 1tJ 2ys' Aae .:tw Unknown .. .....,...... I"
I."t-r Boy suits at Cash Ttore. clal .returns In tabulated form. BwCfof. aeV<....vH ....... ... .... . .. ... .. 11\\ ::10'.. 300 40. Slmmona Andrew.t,,... 1M
Preparations are being made for a .. .. For the complete cure ot Coughs Colds, of le.s run1dse210vJss140ydswtlOyds. '
;, Mrs. Carter Thompson here visiting big barbecue to be held at A. J. picnic - A..m. and 8..hllh. alll.uoicoomplaliila > : ..,. .. . l 'e tge 111 wniunnJO : . .. lag- +
her husband's parents., Narcoossee Geneva emrtntr to Ounnnmpllon. Llvnrwort. Tar and. NUof nw'ief! ne'i! .. :... . . .... ... 111 :lIIa We : franklin Frank ,....., l M
\\1, grounds near on Friday Mrs. Simpson Duncan.: WIld lherrr' for .fire manialooil an KeUofnwU . . . . . A :/Ue.40..nluJllllr.: ., .. ., ...,
; Dwellings, for: .rent., apply to M. July 3rd. Horse racing dancing anda mtablUhtHl reputation .aa> .'ndaM oouihremedy. Net.ornr ." .: . 1'1 2I"/I1a, : 40 1.od..nWn.IC......". .... 1M
Tiller. ** general good: .l time Is promised. Sam Died, at her home In ,Tavares UiU uotitalos na opium U. harmful Nwt'of; Nl, .. . . .. . . 41 27s :IIIa 40 Bronann W il. .. .. .. .... .

Barber and Tom Smith .are the pro morning, Mrs. Geneva Simpson druge.nbe i'rioe$1.10. nuldpnlyby0.eoolal'hsrmaoy. ., Ne'4otswIS; i ..bee. ''Ilschieofnwmr, a :lila' I/t'e/ 40 BaMTAfr.. .. ... ... ...... 1 U
P. A. Vans Agnew went"'' up to moters. Duncab, aged twenty one )'ears. ," rUDae6eb.IOchiw&r".U10"h.. U 'Vs. 5$,, 15 Tla.rl'lI..1 f y
Jacksonville Tuesday night. Seldom has It been our duty to 11:'l 01 lot 8 Ivai atrip Ii H wide. off. I. ,
Wp.D'ted.-Good celery and truck cud also l lot 4 1.aa 15....... In uw our i
Forty rolls of matting at cost, for grower to rent 41 acres of I land, record so sad a, death. A dark An owned bv Miss Minnie: "' .....1." and .'"',. i

CMl ? S. C, O. HDW. Co. .tiled and Irrigated, on Paradise Is- gloom this spread over' the entire town Ordinance.AN ., liLt gills_and rei III Isoresquarein..uorowned sw _owned. tiy Mabel, ,* ,' ', ..,y\..I. r

land. For terms apply to 1"'' Vans morning: when It was whispered OKDINANCB: n.ata.lnaltb.. Runnliif of ; .-
by Mrt N Q Ol\| '.r and 140 rda ..
t.. .N Mr. F.: W. Hill and son, Victor, of Agoew. 20-tf around from one to another that Automoblleaur Motor. Yohltloioathe, Btreou In ucor.......... .... ...square. ..,. .. It Yn: fl8.,, \\UII.RB.. ... ...."......,. .In ...a.. '
Geneva .
.., were In town yesterday. was gone. Lot 4 lew a strip 48 yda wide oR e aidejd
Mr. Victor Van Duror left Tuesday or Alleys Within the town.DE .
She was of an affectionate disposition ...r"klot .. 1:1.: jI\II 2nkA ,... ..
8..110..1 .
'J" .iFor BIcycles, Sbanibarger Or. for' Texas on a prospecting .tour, am) bright and winning in her IT ()RI) UfJtJ) Ut 111R: COCNClL OFTIlIe'1'O"M' 1 gmcorofawi' or pwi,( vaus'a 110 '. t.. 8.e

e I lando. U-Ot.. may decide to locate In that State. that circle Of KI881MMKE CITYl800110n ,\\":< otnwtrofawtj.ndfaon./a.weor' 24 23ft iIIIa 12""{ Bnit.ter B W'.... .. ..... 115 ,
so friendships wasto
way ) .
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_Miss Ills family will remain here for the her I. 'au person shall drive Oil operate' 0Iu!4of nwot.wt! ... ... ,
EUnbetb Coulter of DeLand a large one. Indeed It may be < : ? 24 241. tHe 71 Ratll..IIOIlYul.. 11M
la here b a volt' present, and will join him as soon as said of her that "none knew her but .a automobile or vehicle propelled by any N"H of nw 4. nd se t4' o4'. . : .. 7 .25. fte !to ) L .. .. ..... .... 11M
schoolmate to her friend and he: decide. .on a jocatlon. love . power other lli.ri muscular power upon soy E"< of swt, .. ".. . .. . . ... .. .. .r :u.. :n.t 1-0 ",loS.I"" L .. .. .. .. . .... :9f4
Miss Elisabeth Carson. to her. awl'. ofar. .. . . .. . . 11 :21r 11741 40 JIIeN..IIL.
Use old pews papers In your house Less than a year ago she was street, orallcy In the Town at a raL.,1 spend ts'(ofne': . .. .. . ..... . .. '. 241 2fr :n. 4O PtHteway N.valBrnre.oo' \ II.\ :d'Nw'.ofsel

Cut prices on i woolen goods at Stand cleaning. We sell them at. this olllce, married Mr. H. C. Duncan. of greaterthsr tf mile per. hour and upon apiioaohlng \;. . . .. . . .. . ...1'M: ,,1.e: :n. 40'VtbiUiei MrsL. .. .. ... I Rt a,
:ford Co. 20c hundred. any .*hari curve", !bridge, nilorlaeriwitlou t4.1 ofsw'" .. .. ... . '. ..4' 2' .:b'\eI n.: 40 L McNeil .. .. .,. ..... ...., i It
at oer ; Tavuies whom she leaves with an Ne4of.wiye... . .. .. .. . .: .\ III ..2ra: In.40
Mra. G. M. Pearce Miss M.'cr.' Bryan the popular and. infant about two weeks old to mourn or eroding of other atrbete Or alloys, K.lor.wiJ.. .. ... .. .... .. . ..... .., A25.. :27e. 'to .1M '
left Monday for a teacher her lota. the MIKOII drttltiK or operating sue!, Vehicle ltiofs "ol..J . ..,. .. . . ,.. ....." .. II 2n.: :JIll Hsnooek.IA..1'. . 55
brief visit to Wavcross and Alma elttclent' of the third grade in limn not the .et4 ... iW 'De .
Ga. Her father. run isms t a std of upced *xreediog ... .1. 268" to McNeil L. ..... ......1. 1M
the Osoeola.Hlgh School left this week Caps J. A. Simpson, 940! i tofnw34padselfof.rff .OU .
Eastman Kodak 4 tulle per hour, and .b.n.t alt time us of ii.'iof...u .. ..... .. .. ...\. 7 '
and'supp1lel' '
at for Tallahassee to attend the State, received a telegram yesterday mornIng < ,311 2.>. :27. 110 ..." . ,: . 111"
x..Osceola Pharmacy. ,Normal School. / summoning him to her bedside! such while yehkrlr on tbe t&lorall..J"ifwTcTonlrol.. of the Town. have rA JAlt"it Ablkl..C.m"'IICU blk II Mary B ;Morgan,'s. :nob. . .dlv. . ,of. 1' ,:ilia'.. It8e j4 ... .J'1'/\::'Io, y.. .. aJj.

-T' Mr. C. D. Carroll made! a business Sheriff C. F. Prevatt went over to and late yesterday tfternoon her Sub, ft Every such motor veh'clllllb.llwhllo' n..r.i ueJi or lot I .mllbeI\Cil7.\ 1' 3Ce"t e' .| tlrIekisqd A .. .". .. .. 1 e4

." trip to JackHonvllle Monaav. Tltusvllle on Wednesday, and] brother Dr. J, W. Simpson wall gent 10 AM ob mroiiV or alley' beogalypud with aeoltab HARCOOBSKK.: :

,' Fay Stoclunll'tor brought back a negro for whom a for and! went on to .Tavares In an :. boll born of wblntle to bo tued ass Sty lot Oi . .. .. . . ... . . .. . 20 25a.! ale 4 Thorns H and Bvaua H. 'ft,
u26 | children automobile.
); ) and warrant was issued here some time signal. and ebto wIth iwo which, ball be HENDON PARK..
, at Stanford Co. The remains will be Interred In the lamp . . . . .. .
ago charging him with a .l.seriousolfen lighted beturiion sunset and funrine when In Lot 48. : .. . . a 36a Sle ..,, Brown H'sRUNNYMEDE. .

Mr.of and the Mrs.low M. Tiller took adv.nt.- e. family bam at burying Yallaha.ground of her bus awe, awl I such motor'vehicle shall bl driven: l.otla\.lk2ll.. .. . . . .. . . ... .. .. ., SwarU HJTWlnt . ..... ... ... be

age excursion rates and See Goldstein before Itis too .. or operated with an open exhauel,but shall be " . .. . .. . i' . 11. .'. ..'. .. &It
pent. Monday In Jacksonville. late and have attended. - - quipped wlthasuttablsmulluv4' ,.otlbike7. . :. . . .. .. . ... '. I. ,.u.i ..t... Wink 1 J .. .:..r. .. ..,,:?., .&9.
your eyes Ix* ( blk 07 . . . . . . . ... . . ., ...... . .. ;; . .. to
'6 or 6 doses of ''000" will cure any Don't neglect them, as your future Taft on first Ballot. 1Lk.t:, Upon approaching person walking Lot7bk73Ei : . . . . .. . . . .d .; ..' .. . . . .. IIDearIE. .i..t- '. e5
case of Chills and Fever, Cold or La. depends on them. Eyes examined In the roadway eny/ctreet or alley,or a boneor DABS ADDITION. -

", grippe. 'ree. Will remain until Saturday at Amid scenes of the wildest enthusiasm older, draft animal being ridde,led or drivennorooo !< MkPL . .q. . . . .. . ..f, . . .. .. .. .Hadley loxphlne.Cogidell . .. ... 150
2 p. m. Office the Inn. lion. Wm. II. Taft was nominated a person driving or operating anoh ""1.< blk PL. . .. .. .. .. ... ..., ..',. .. .'" .r? Pf4.. . .. 11. '
4 Mias Charlotte Petrle Ln\a"hoeln."er'.ubdl'orl.'kQ: L' . . :: . .. . . ; .. I toll. ,
of CharlottesJpllle. for President of the United Stales\ by motor .vehicle shall give' rnnfle' vlgnat' or wait' 4" na4IeSB.t ,
''i Wanted.-To : .: .....: .. . r . .. . .. 10M
OilY an.orll.OJle : r
Va., has arrived to spend the and truck farm combined grove the Republican National Contention lug ot III approacb and ball. use every reasonable tl'lioia2aodii1k11";;C 'f.:?,;,.:..... .,.1.1... ; . . ..i 161vttLR. .;
on time
summer with her sister! Mrs. Caldwell.We all fruit and produce In Chicago vesterdav. |>r uaaliou to ntbre the safety of aucbpenonor
on the
The vote was as follow Taft 703, animal and 1o baser .
are making exceedlnirlv! close place to be applied In pyU for 'tbeplac.dl..ld LaFoMelte 25,; Foraker 1ft. Canr.nn HI.T ug cue sour ,.rl7 cor lot 2 blk 1" rut" t
prices on furn4ture for the next sixty for In' full. I am? an i ii ****f* *rUse u"4 deg e T'Vft n t7dl'. w Tl n .41:1: degw76ft.47drge77ft..i.

,days, for cash. S. C. O. HDW. Co. honest. E hU';'. 1 7;.-'I'IL'l'' :'. I). No.2, box Boo'4f. Any ptrtou driving' ; ope..Jnl.. .' ...,.. . .. .. . . . ,... B.wgeRd..s
-- -- .. - --. --' such motor ,',.blcl. ,l".'1. ,t request or oajlf-, PATRICK'S ADDITION ,
from Ur. E.Orlando: O. yare to'ti.cast. his>-MIU ballot iuu..If"'a 00 t ,amps Fla. :3.4t old newspapers iq\ your house rut by putting up, the hand; from a poison rid "Lot 9 blk' 0 . . . t.t.x.( J.... .. . :. . ":. 't< Hall. BA.' .. . ...,. ...:. fig

Col. P. A. Vans Agnew'a law office cleaning. We sell I them at this office lag Uedln or drlrtug* resins bor..of homes ._ LANDS' NOT PLATTKP.swK .- y

/. primary. was headquarters for the receipt of at 20o per hundred. or other draft nlmas,1irlng.) loch motor Telii- N.I ... .. .. .. .. . ... ... Ul, r. asm 4 I|, Graham J.. A.. .... ..... tie
'S or 6 doses of "WMJ" will cure any primary returns Tuesday night and Immediately to a atop and If travelling: In Beg ape" POT of .<*Ji ol.nwU a >lt> ft w, :V10 It i 219 ft . .. .'.. : .28 121M 't )fcOoltp..tef', ....;. 170 '
'.age of Chills and Fever, Cold or La. quite a number of the admirers of the Deputy Sheriff Leonard WIC sins the opposite direction hall remain stationary Deg Uw).*..of noM .' .. .

ffrlppe. % different candidates sat up till midnight came up from Loughman this morning aa long a* fur;be. reanouatle to allow lucbhonooraulniMl runs eilOft.! u l13ft! w flOft K10fl, 28 *<. 2ie' 1 Gallffbtrt.. .. .. ..... 1. iWEST
receiving; news of the progressof to bring Jim Merritt, a negro, wanted to paw, and tt tr...lIlnll"fll Kl&BIMMEK.: '
and. Mrs. W. K. Johnstonwent
Judge to Jacksonville Monday to their f avoritei.. A in this county for assauit with Intent the name direction, shell. use reasonable prtoautiou 1.<1..11I20.I . .. '.' .. .: .. . .p ..., Filler" Samuel .. .....,,}.. ..
up to murder whom he arrested at that In th.reatter pawing .....libne or animal
visit their daughter, Mrs S. D. T. Co. The patrons of O ceola High School place. Merritt .is reputed! to be a bad ) provided, that In cant such horse or animal '" C. L. DANDY.

sens. will regret to learn that Miss JMaccy.Blasingame. negro, and It is said, has ''frequently appoiin to be badly frightened' or tbe per* -
'' who has for the past two been in trouble before. rating such motor vehicle "U Tax Collector* Osceola > County ,
beautiful of the eon reanent _
. A assortment new opt :
sessions presided so efficiently' over ,,,.,.. "7't: ,, ,:. ,V > f ,jt t
laces, Filet Cluny Valenciennes etc. atKATZ'S eo to do,tuna ptrHou shall clan the motor of
the department of expression, has. declined Go to Klsslmmee Drug Co., and get
such ri'Iilcle to case rnpnlng\ long as maybe .
to accept the position for another some delicious SchralTts chocolates reasonably n c" to prevent accident .!.i"t. i.. ... ... '. ,1, "",, ,::;, J, .,>
( Codtraotor Frank Ball began work similar have- contract with 'manufacturers wirjr I "f' 1,1. )i.J .
i '". term having: accepted a They and IpHure the ..ret.r oIbo.'f: -i,:lstgtDec. :: ,* !

f r tn! rveelc On Dr. Rhen'Lew'brlck position in the Arcadia -High School for fresh goods, shipped direct 9. masse of aoLidett to vvrnou, ot .eTZII8E\f/t!.. :, t '< .;:;,f''
: ""building, and expects to complete the from facufry. This-contract requires ... ,. ". . ,.
Mr Carl Lupfer left Tuesday for prt>i>crty ou the ktreeU. or alley duo to the operation
job within sixty favs. ?. ; Spokane,. Wash, to grow up with the all old goods to be shipped back to. thereon of any motor vublcle! the J>CI[- Nutlee ta hereby ..1th.t: the following deocrlb.d lands will, ...'80101 .t publle .tllttO..a': t... .,
factory and new goods shipped out, CUI day of A. D. lput' larrontor the Tow. Hall dour'at in stat t'ount
p o or 6 doses of "666" will, cure many country. Earl Is a bright energetic No stale goods are to be offered for eon driving or npvratlng same shell Immodlata. sole and July. of Florida. o much tha.cor N wUI b KIlt amsaetdot .for c 0

, case of Chills and Fever, Cold, or La- vouqg man, and possesses all the sale. 20tfFine I y stop and, upon nqaevt of person Insured herein set opposite 10 the .together with such oust 01....advwtWe.NAME. . t..

,4 grippe. necessary qualifications for a successful or of any person present Hhall gave such per

Da, career. The best.wishes of the entire strain White Leghorn fowls, ion his Mme cud addreo, and If be be not the
Mr. Ed. Donegan, of Waldo was town follow him to this far away males, .11.50; females, tl 00; eggs: owner the news and add_ of such owner . I L ,-, AEBCR3PTiON 01 PItOPERTY. j I ;

here Monday and Tuesday, having land where he has decided to cast his 1.00 foV 13.: Fowls four months old. asp
pN eteC come home. to vow In the primary lot F. O 13.: Ashton to parties not In of this Ordinance shall bo imulkhod. by. a Hue Unknown..... .. . Block R AcIUn .... . .. ..

n.f \ MUIlt.'Oo.-a them Klssliuniee. Kisslinmee parties de- of not less than 10 4olbir. or by tni|>rl.niununt. Unknown! . 11.. 10. .. .. .. . . .. . .. .. . ,. '.f I W' r
,U1d-f'lank's Chill Tonic. Guaran Saloons drink. If with livered free. Large egg' laying: strain. for' not pew th.n10:/ days, UnkDw".,: . -. ,1.ote1,4.pd6Bbk14 .. .t. .. . ... . .. I '
teed. Price 23 cents. Sold by all the appetite you your Cash with order. flea 7. All Ordioanoea, or parts thvrcof. In iubdlvi.loi Dr..sod IL of 8s.'ddldon.
,' wishes U. be rid of 8h.k'. .o BlO. . . . .. .
druggists. ull7-8! Relative or friend write THE SHAKER: COLONY, ooufllul hi ruwlib. be, and the sonic are, hereby I Ircopceltd. [lp Snd., ' .. ... .S' ai-
sir habit ut
the drug 20-21- Ashton Flu Bhamak.e' or block Base AdditIon.' .

Mrs. J. G. Gottwallesi; of Nichols, once for confidential Information to ....,In oyes'en.too this ot JULIe.A. BHHadley. Luu2aM8a . r.: ..:...Q o. .. .. ..... ,418 aiiA .
Fla. is here on a visit to her' daughter the branch of the original Keeley Our stock. of Fellboelln lamps has 1..01& 2alday : S. Drought's E bdlvh/oa 01 Block BL. Additlee. .
a The Insti. D IUOH) T. W. ELLIS, 1.1Whlt1 .Let. 17 and II.. ... ... ..a. .0.... . .... .. ,0. M
Mrs Joe McDaniel, and other rel.atives. Cure Address, Keeley. arrived and ate ready for inspection.In Previdentoflxmucllof, Town o>, K\.lmm.\ .I Wht&1 .. Lt2..2. ." ,vmt ."......... ..'> .y.,,(,. 'St' 1"a
Jacksonville Fla. .
tute, ,. order that all may have an opportunity : ', '
: to see this ,.onderfullamp burn. CJlty.Altwt. '" d.. AIIofB kM Ir 1.Aditin ,. .. ,, 7s1
cream few .. .. .1. .'
Ice freezers W. J. Sears a days WOD.pEt 0
Refrigerators, Supt. spent : '
I N E Block PL: i.. .. ; ., I
Hamnfcocks, Canopies, and all sum on the l ICast Coast. last week: campaigning log. and have Its operation fully described J R. O.L.U&ItT. Clerk; of Mid: Town. .Ht. . 8=2 o 'o 5'L., ,', ,, 1.p'! ,1.; ".'. .::.. ". cf a50.
.' mer roods at bargain prices for in the Interest of his cousin, we will give a demonstration Approved by ine this 4th day of June. A, D SI el. .. .. E .of block JL. . .:... . .. . _..,cr.(.... :412. 4 t
and next -:. '. .9.. . .. . .., .... ,
tonight 'on Tuesday
night, .
. ,. cash S. C. 0. HDW. Co. lion. D. U. Fletcher nominee In the 15! $. T M. 8URPHY'Msyur Rub3onEt. 'noIBIIC. .i. ? ." al
F United 7.30 to 9.3U, with aphoDhone-aocom-- Blk.3 ............; : . .. .. .' ; ...j 210LEBkivar. ,
primary for States Sen .. .. .
recent of lb. Town Klaalmmeo City. ., 05
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Mrs. M. Carson and Mis* Annie ator. Mr. Sears made speeches at pantment. Remember the place' The Mrs Lang. .s 8: .46.III.1. ..:. .. .".. >
Carson mother and daughter Hon: -- - -- .. Ii. ._... . .". .t.I.. : .1 /
, Titus villa and Miami. Home Store. T-- ErCII. : 1..IJ: .... ; .:. a ,
. C. A. Carson, have gone to Savannahfor C.11a ..N.'o S,4 01.1 Block 0. .. .. ..,...:... ', r :: 1'6TO
,;\ Shp. .
v .visit with relative and friends.If The ladles of the Village Improve- At a meeting of The Yjllage Improvement .. HolL.llkO,; .. ...'.._.. ..+ct,... 7g
UnknD, . . Lot.Btu :.. ;".. ; ... . ..' I .
: ment Society have been soliciting Society, held at the home .i } . .
you need anything In Winter subscriptions this week with which to of Mrs. S. H. Bullock, the ladles decided IYy1! : John . f-otSBlo.kO' R. I . . .,.wk.- ... 4 5e .aM -

Goods you save from 25 to. CO percent have Broadway set out in palm trees. to circulate a petition for signatures An.UOD.. AUor IIIL .r. . . ... .. ......... .'. .IOtu, 1550Robin.os'
at Stanford Co. number have made liberal of property owners asking the Additloa, "
"' Quite a and Unknown. .. . LdSBlock 12. . .. .. .. .... . "esLEohim.
? "* FOUND-Between Shingle Creek and subscriptions the ladies feel city council to pass an ordinance requiring . rotLloekl/ .. . I. . .. ... . . .... (
f'1-. J. M. place, a pair of specta- ruuch encouraged. The total expense all cattle within the town ot T Jot 4 11k I. . . . . .... . ... . .. .. .. .. I G a 17eBa.
*'y ales nickel frame, divided lenses. will be two dollars for each limits to be penned at night: The Bear. ,r. .

'. O"oereaD have same by calling at this tree planted. petition is now being circulated, and JW . lot IlkB .Adilln. .. ... .t.; .. . 1M ,

;office and,,paying for,thls notice. The VALLEY GAZETTE (lr in receiptof by with, all few property exceptions. owners, Is to being whom signed!It Is R C 8av.s... .. . .. Bag. at the St Flo.. R.R o Bp L.'rn south_ 4.1' .,:...

"Suesine silks": so extensively ad. a poster advertising .a play entitled dee. w 16 ft. a 4' d .. R It 4.. i"t a 47dee.t4fttobit.Intote "140HwThurman
presented ... .
'vertlsed In all tha leading' period. Tony, the CouvlC'," which was presented . .. . . .Jlk.. . .. ..'. ..: .,..,'.,.: td I! t .
icals on sale at Kate's. at NIcbols. Fla.. last Wednesday This Is to notify my patrons that I AloJlkZ. Canon'. , O" ,.'

evening. The cast of characters will-leave the latter part. of'next week HWTburmas. ..... M. . . .W.. .. .. . ,. ..Acll.. .. ...'In>'' .M
Orlando l Isi e'
Prof. C., E. Wade '
oODt.alnsbe names of the following Jacksonville and Lake. A .. ,
for City to be '
i ,_, spending! a few-dajs in town on his former Klsslmmeeltes: Mr. and-Mrs. away about three weeks.' Parties bay Anni 10".1., ,. .. l"rJII 0. ONe A& ... ... ,6t.,." Iii; .1"
L regular round pianos. Tie,!UI : / J
tuning .
> G. G. Steffee. Mrs.' W. H. Bruton, be cleaned H. A. Mathews'
.: at the G. stone. log clothes to pressed . . Au . c.r u *.
I ; ,ay < Messrs. J. Q. Gottwaller and George dyed or repaired will please' me 1 ft HatU.aOU. . r.&pI19. lBfoekS..r.... .. ."q'... \ ... .., l lr t V

] Stove wood delivered in town at Gardner. have them In the next few days. During J He. . E&4o1Lot5Rfoek it....... . ... ... .... .. 2 10Uakrewn.
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L I'c.i .11,00100ti Kiesunrr. The Kisslmroee Lumber Co. have my absence however, an experienced Uuasowe. .. . . orW.1 BI.S. T. . .. . ..'... 'qt. ..: 1' 2
:t Ll micR CO. just Oiled an order of the Atlantic man will be at my bouge and IU. 'O W. .. L. '. Addition. ; ) I. ., ..

Line Co. for four pieces of will attend to all work entrusted to him. . . .. .,. .,..$ . U 55
Among the Ktssimmeeites who took Coast Ry. Iott orllllkO \.t .1 15'
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? June 19-lt SPRloa Ft.EWNo.. t.\_ : ; .; 5 p
v in the excursion to Jacksonville Mon. timber 12x12 fifty; feet long. Considerable . tot SBloekO. ... .Vl ...' "JI..."....f. .I.' ..'.. . 5JWTbwpsea.

; ,-_!*' day were Dr. Winn, J. L. Heaves, difficulty was experienced '. The United Slates dredge Florida, Paint. and Paper: .. . . Lot2Bbekp.;.. :.." t. ., .". .,.)4v:.tJ .a I'3Wp. .
. .. ". . ..
that would En4 .
cuttimbers .
obtaining logs }
r ; .. I Emil MacbrTom.Wood: all and MissY in : In command of Capt. Sharpe, arrived N.fh!, 1.Y'h: 11 It I

I. .Hunter.fe of. this proved unusual equal size to, but.ManaQ'er off Fort Pierce, June 4t.h. after a tedious Improve and protect your bouse.: .. . . .ll...i.'foLIDI'Q.Cla o. JB 1.1..1." I.'i(.... ..... ', C\ I''
Lupfer '
: KJorshelm's $5 Patent Oxfords are cruise of three. months through I will be pleased to br D1I.mylOO1.: PlorMa ,. fJp }
and the timbers were sqrgnss40gtw1i5ft t
,, Y. l6oft.ofeeeor .
.... I .: the correct thing as to style comfort, shipped this week.Frank'Crews mud and sand from Jacksonville sample books to 'your house and a4rt.:16It". : ,. .o L. ..12 f ", .

f Found. at H, C, Stanford Co., The Florida has engines/ aggregating make any Uffgestfopt" in the latest 0Blve1Eat. .o"I. .I ....4.......,j. t.'J."r... .I. J r .
l: r-ate.' f- died at his home in this 700 horse power, steam being furnished decorations that yon nay desire Uap!rinds.LysepbIaCEsp.rl. .

Y., city on Sunday night.last of consumption by two boilers of 100 horsepower Drop .me a card and 'will cheer" . 5WfotNET: B. : a I....." 8 0 .I t r'rUgknw.w

$ Miss Martha Dupree, formerly elocution and was buried at Shingle Qnfeek each. The big suction dredge is capable fully furnish estimates 011 paper "- 'J' .. o 8d.1 281' . In
riM teacher 'In tbe Osoeola High The deceased jf removing 4,000 cubic of M.. ... NHI4.f NWj1.f si.tlo.25 1
cemetery on Monday. yards and paint Inf. :r ;, ': t. i : .d 2.t. NELof '
,:: School; is 'here on a visit to t.h.I" moved here some months ago from mud, rock and sand in a day, making NW
I' family of Mr. Jno.' M. Lee. ... Cow, ,Creek; where he had been In the Florida a dredging proposition Uahmw. .. ../'.. . '.,. TN)4ot: M.Wl Nw.N.Wj'Bsetfrq11 1' {
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U.._. ge. iN :10 It W NW0r 4. N
a Mrs':$.'C. S'.Dtor4.and attractive charge: of Mr. E. L. Lesley's grove, without a peer' In thispart of the. .i. 2497 B2'O.t.A7.1O.. 1. t' m

daughters the Misses Margaret. and the dread malady having so' far encroached country. The Florida left Fort Plet'ce 3EORtiE akI It'ORLANDo. . 8Tp2a .3.

Mattle Stanford! of Klssimmee, '' are on his vitality as to Incapacitate Tuesday. afternoon for well's Poln, P. IC. HODGES.Tax.Co'lectoBy i'
F' him for work. Be leaves a small where will commence operations cm '

'1 .Unlo among-'- guest .at the Aragon.-:Times family. to. mourn his loss.: the shoals at Gilbert's Bar.-E/r,/ *., .: FLORIDA.T1 J. .R. .GILBERT. Deputy CliecfCf. .:' ., r f

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FLORIDA'S RESOURCES t'. 'tEirCUIJPlans : i $ -I : Ie ate in 'Congress: @ 1 AMERICA rJ:' PEOPLE ?'he'' x

of Government DRINKING SEWAGE, : General Demand 't

:h',J. .b. 1!"""' Ocala" Are Being of the Well-informed of? the! Worl! ,1i' "*
Few People of) the North Realize : Appeal to I're.ldent! Fir Federal and
Ocala, Klaj-s-Tue" '
Possibilities' of $tate. work on the government' Aid to Save 39.000 Urea a efficient liquid laxative remedy of known

Is-' only temporary. ] Yea", ..,.....
architect Washington ; value; a laxative which physicians" could

LEADS 8THEKSRAJSINQ FRUITVariedSoil lUll over tnPlvns/ and 'JVater poisoning'as he terms the sanction for'family use. because It..component .

column: and a, good alK\o'st universal parts are Jcnbwn 16them: to be i
namental devlcej which practice oj dumpingraw
. when tile ar.|>roi>rlHtiou I sewage Into the streams,of the wholesome and truly beneficial)In effect,

. ?l Will Produce at. Profit The work of ,country will be made a'J1aUonall".ueIt :. to the system: and gentle. ,, yet ,,,,, .
r Ml.V.(*UbU product to Be FoundAnywhere. for fear that the : President Roosevelt( acts upon the prompt In action. '
so far along that theca ( .uggeatton of Edward Hatch. Jr.. 6 f
r In supplying'that"demand with: I its excellent -
not be made without (4
New 'ork, made (a a letter deliveredto
---- p :1Ie. It IsJiioiied that 'the Executive. combination of Syrup of Figs and

'F .people hit'the north have much be- resumed hi a abort! :Mr Hatch It chairman ot the, :New ElixIr,of Senna, the California Fig? SynipCo. .rv
of an Idea of 'the po.salJiUiHe of Flor( continue wfi'Jiout In: "
w ida. ''N1e)' have .!!'en.a few fire-Inch : building I 1. completed :/ ; York: Merchants'1'' Association Pollu- proceeds along ct.hlcalline8 and relic,

tl advertisement"' of the railroads advertising about ,a year from this. I tl: lion Committee, '''hlch is conductinga on the merits ot the laxative for its remarkt t

Sunahlne: tourist and Flowers rates to during the Land the early of. THROUGHOUT!( THE filament.vigorouscampaign'of State waters and the of the de able. succes '. ". 1i ,

months ot fall ; and have' -- Hudson -Riven.and New York Bay In That 1 1on, of many reasons why

Af fi'' an Idea ,that It. Is.a place, where.only -H. 11. Tatum of the partlcular.'by existing 'and propose! Syrup of Fig and elixir of Senna Is given '

the wealthy can go to have a ,good : Tatum &; Co., .dialers' \ V1-I systems of drainage---two of..which the prferenoe by the Weli-Informed. ..' ,
time and enjoy the pleasures of'summer i report the Halo of ; i latter, the Bronx.,..Valley and the Pas To Its' beneficial effect always buy x .4
weather Ind; minter' j se an ex. to a wealthy syndicate. talc' Valley trunk sewers the one in "get '
change., .' west of Hallandale, and 'New York the other in New Jersey tbe.lCnuioo-nanuractured by the California (, ...

They are not. aware of the fact that chased for the purpose would eventually discharge 600,000- Fig Syrup Co.. 'onlyand fur sal

beside being possessed! of the best ar cane, tl Is reported) 000 gallons of filth Into New York by all leading druggists Price fifty cent
all-the-year climate. In the land there will be no ;
tract improved + i.t '
Harbor ever)'- twenty-four hours ;
are many places that are naturally cane and that a sugar I rcr bottlo.As. i
beautiful; that the state Is dotted with erected Arguing for Government aid In
the most charming Inland lakes whora I bringing about the reform he advocates soon as a man gets up In the '
and the
excellent fish abound( hi large quantities I -Bids are iq for at Washington-:May Talk Put Cannot Vote. I the writerof, the letter says, tae world the chaps who hadnt energy
; and that :Florida has some of be awarded for soon the part: /, ' enough to do anything else. start tryIng -'
the most. fascinating rlvrra In the ''building Penaacola. Fooling the Doctor. ."The Government Is dolng'tiothlng to pull Mm down. IL ?
Bank of I )
country '''worth the time of any cue ten story omce building, An old Scotchman not feeling very to, save the-S5.pOO lives annually; !; run COKWS BTYVKBN: : TJ1IC Toga 7 ,,
a who has an 'eye for' the beautiful to lower Moors devoted to J well called upon a well-known doctor sacrificed to typhoid ifever a preventable Art often more painful than tHe hard ones u

1 pay a"visit and enjoy nature's iilc- stitutlon. It will ba who gave him Instructions ai to disease,'.as physicians agree on top. ABBOTT' -a.I'1'.lfDUIf.: cons rA Twill

ture But quo besides all these the varied finedt bank building' In diet and exercise and rest. Among :'-because of the habit of American cure either klnd.os wall bilhlonS.aore, ,m

soils of Florida will. produce all, the probably the most + other things he advised the imtlont to people ot drinking diluted sewage; eallous spots and Induration of the akin.It ,
vegetable product to bo found anywhere alan cost the bank x abstain from all forms of spirits. nothing to prevent the 350,000 case cures to stay cured." 860. at druggist.orliymall.TssAs.oTTC0.Bavaanah.Qa

I and give them forth at a profit Orders have been "Do as I say" he added cheerfully, of this dread disease which every year ,,1
.p to the hubaadman. Corn, cotton, 0a60potatoes complete survey of toe "ald',ou'Usoon, feel better." involves the people of -the United
bean, lemons, oranges nal sites at Key West.' The Scotchman rose silently. and States In almost Incalculable! expense Some people would miles carry a dirty,
horseshoe six along a
grapefruit, pineapple, peaches' grapes done to uncertain to was about to withdraw when the doctor and suffering, even when death doe rusty road because they fouud It,
' filling 1ms shrunk' and country
figs and everything for man and beast the all- not. result thlg dlsi+ which has .i-
detained him to mention ase' and' leave the violets to wither' and's,
| mine how much more- '"
*t* grown with profit. Important topic of the fee. "My ad. been continually epidemic in Pitts dle without an admiring' eye. Super ,:
are' 'for home COli.aumptJon necessary
and produced
a, bogs and shipment to markets -:The trouble in the vice will coat :you two" dollars" h. burg for thirty-four years, and which stttlou was ever rampant. la the mind
y and'when realize said. la now ravaging the city of Trenton of mm.!
outside ber border, we tory at Key West has
that all these Industries are car- setted: and the men "Aw. mebbe." said the old Scotchman for the second time In four months. Hicks' Oipudlne Com Women's

rled.on at the present time with profIt with plenty of material "but I'm nae gaun to tek yer i "It is proposed In the Interest of Monthly Paiiu, Bae ache. NervouRnand -.
"' In spite of the high ratea for ship The machinery S advice."Llpplncott's... the people to protect the scenic beauty Headache. It a Liquid. Effect tmmedi.tely
ment, we are forced to pay In many localities. tory will be the most + ot Niagara Falls and Niagara RI'erby Prescribed bllh.irian. with beatreaulla.
. 10c.. We., and BOo., at drug stores..
It woi d be well to bear In [ capable of an output .or | Scissors. treaty between the United State q
t mind these industries!' of Florida! ore 1,000,000 bags per year. One Embroidery and Great Britain. Therecertainly After the world 1 Is certain a man t

yet in their Infancy.: | with, the factory will ' of the' difficulties encounteredby Is more reason why the Government bnlt'going to. give up his fortune. It 'i
There are many things that could ment to between the lover of art'. needlework In should take measures to prevent the stops fussing about how he managed
be mentioned here, but to bring these people. In the finishing up a piece of lace InsertionIs rivers from becoming open sewers."Millions to get.It together. .
facts 'before the people who are fasearch I the most ekilled labor Is to cut away the cloth over which
of opportunity to better thlr I the factory 'will mean "r the lace is sewed -without Injuringthe are spent annually upon KEEP mutt SHIN HEALTHY.- ,
condition In this world, they should be I number of new families lace-at the same time. Of course the dredging of our rivers and bar TKTTEBIHS ha don wondefcs for Buffereis \ '
sent 'out broadcast over' the land. Advertising the bor, a vast proportion of which expenditure from eczema tetter, ground itoh eryalpelas -
will do It-let those who I A complete printing It Is Impossible( without Inverting would be unnecessary i If infant sore head oha .;chafes and e
,beling of the bags will article to'the point of the scissors, other! forma of skID 41 lee.*e.. In aggravated .
bays the good: to deliver make It the solid filth of the cities were not .
and' to operate this part which is below the cloth. In this waya e ease of eosema Its cures have been marvelous -

known.For -orange and vegetable growing .1'ment first-class alone will require N. piece of the lace Is easily cut awayIn :For dumped lack Into of action our navigable by theGovern rivers. .and.BOa.thousand at druggist people or by mall sing from Itspralaes. e

i, the splendid hammock land close to : typesetters, mistake. This can be avoided by ment, direct or Indirect, such stream i. T.BavnaMS.: Dept. $Bavanoah Oa.
i N Tltusvllle Is hard to beat. make-up menThe ; the use of the scissors shown here
as the Mississippi, the. Hudson, the
I Ceremonies of patented by a New Jersey man. The Book 'Ranting.
>i COTTON MEN MEET AT MACCLENNT. nerstona of the new upper blade is pointed, as usual. The Delaware the Ohio the Connecticut Book selling and book renting are' i

.... fayetta county took lower blade Is longer and Is provided and the Susquehanna, subject to the often carried on side,by side and under .:.-

Prospect for New Cotton Warhou*I the presence of the ( with a guard: In the form of s.projec Jurisdiction of nc one State are BO the same management, shop-
has ever! been la Mayo beyond the line polluted as to endanger the lives ol second-hand books 1 '
.* Company Are,,Bright. lion which I. located worn or soiled or
F .u.. a meeting of the occasion of this or a r. of contact. of the blades. The projection the people, living along their banks.: being relegated tothe, loan depart K,

';, All ,.t. ,._.-.?The grading; li not sharpened but. Is round* "The almost universal disregard .for ment of' the business; but In a Phil
Cotton Grow pre r.' aaoclatlond.lIvered or tc era ce "lfdm> ed on top, and extends 'beyond thecTeii human life shown by the people In adelphia Itol.>lu tore an attractive

} IIn address outlining: the plane or the ,I granted nine Aral-class : l ririlwde'Ssi 1J''t JJiell(,attltude' toward this water, pal*- modification or reversal of this plan

Cotton Warehouse and Export!: company second-class: certificate t l the vast monetary loss involved*'a Ja la operation.! On shelves aocessl-
4 and, pointing out the advantageIt I cant Fifteen fulled' to j"j few word of encouragement and sug ir-w-wo ......... has been '

-will be to the entire sea Island cot. quired percentageSix: : I gestlon from you would serve to dll. ,' Inviting array of new novels '' w

t'g ton'8ecretry Richardson 'was followed certificate en' second-class and pel this. apathy and give a great. Im- / In alphabetical order, and from
by who told of' were & petus. to the general movement this supply ot fresh, olean "beat..lien" .-
it the advantage to'ba derived from locating .. '
antong the (and best-lenders)
the proposed .warehouse InJacksonville. -The National( A8aoci ( people whose support It i imost II any pee. 4?
son of: gokxl credit borrow
Important and, unfortunately may such -- '
He' called attention to i bon societies declares .
Florida .. most( difficult! to secure." volume or volumes aar be desires at
f, the fact that the equipment of first-: Hades of have r
' clasi' warehouse facilities : at convenient of e\'err' vestige ot bird -4 I two cents a ,dar ,for each, the min1muse

; points In 'the cotton baitwith; a the world's-millinery \\'JSE'ORD8.. ,,*. charge on each book thus loan- ,

large. central warehouse at .the +oxJrt of -A. severe electric If only . . .:! e.d being six cents or a three-days' '-
Jacksonville\ will provide ample storage swept over St.;' AuguMine ; treas Well earned'fully enjoyed,'., ;.rental. With the first appearance of .

,; facilities, for 'the entire' wet islandcotton 1 trolley line, runningto : out of People 'who> borrow troubla >>: 'dog'" .ear*> and tbwnb- rlntl a book Is ._, '.,
crop each year at a minimum Put'many telepbon " ?. ,, pay 1 transferred to the hurt-book
and usury >/ !1'>.-; ,' > ', < .' counter,
cost. for handling and Inter- r
insurance.! don and destroyed fine there to await a buyer and a frshcopy
_+ eat on investment Two and three-quarters A well trained conscience heeds no
The plan proposed to. Insure the sue: 1 fell In forty-five minutesMaaootte and- fear accuser, takes It. place on the loan-shoUi.*..
'cess! of the companw .la for the grow- faltb. es If the demand for It still conllnPue : Y,
-- -ha a Those who .inarr ', for
era to'control It 'by subscribing stock now learn money usu, *.-The DIal.
_ suffering ally earn It.Opportunity. .
while,tha minority of the stock is to :- ''
be purchased -by the business men of f A neW'stone Meet. often. knocks but too Time arid Eternity. i
by the members of the
Jacksonville obstacle a hamn-er.
: "On one occasion when la'con
After the meeting It w&. teamedthat church. to be erected ,
A lot.
men lose
the of Baker did, lot. at Sanford, character trying gress" said James F. Banks, of Bost-i
strongly in growers favor of the plan county and there era -. Twenty-four b ; 'more Him on the under side Is shown In the Il to live up to reputation. ton, "O n. Benjamin Bullet arose In

is good prospects of the growers of op the new electric light lustration. To cut away the cloth Some men ask, "Is It safe?" The his place and Intimated that. the mem.
that county subscribing for the county' tonla. Workmen >are ; bless- the blunt end of the scissors Is in best men ask. "U' It right her who occupied the floor was traajkgreasing 4

pro rata share of the stock, which electric light poles In your serted beneath the cloth as shown by Fools fatten on flattery but wiseInca the' limit of debate. ***
y it is estimated will be about $5,000. as the construction Is .) the dotted lines. The cloth can be only accept it as dessert 'Why General: said the member t
a the sea Island crop of tttat county U great speed cut away without danger of Injuringthe reproachfully, 'you divided your'time
1. estimated at- boutS,000; bales. It I I. stated that every come to lace, the projection not Interfering reconciles one to growing old with me. '\

,.- .'. '-. of the Seaside Inn at brothers. with the' cutting Qualities the when one sees serene' old age.. 'I know I did,' rejoined Butler

FREIGHT, AND'PASSENGER liNt already occupied'" or scissors A cracked mirror is responsible grimly, 'but I didn't divide eternity
season. for a whole lot of self "
with y.ou. Washington Herald ::
p .Largs Auxiliary Schooner To Run Be- -The Daughters of :JOKE: IN. PUNCH. are growing old when you be-
of Jacksonville I
iwsen Miami and 'J
"''Key': Weil,, Fla.-;:,Arrangements have federate monument In : It Is easier to tell ,people how good A Teacher' Experience. *& '

'; beeih.nearly,'completed for the placing have already a meat gum / they should be than It is ts show i'My
of a-large auxiliary:schooner on the the fund, The -, them, 'friends call me 'The Postum'Preacher "

' run.-between Miami and thle city For'+I tween 1.500 and 2000. Refraining ro.m evil is a negative ,'. write a Minn schoolteacher ; i ,

the less past talk year regarding there'Itbut has; ,been. now more It baamatertallaed. or I .-A company' has been virtue; doing good is a positive "because I preach the gospel' t

At there a capital of $200,000 to virtue. of Postum everywhere I go and have
present are the been the of
Amerlan Camphor liberating many
four sraall .cooon' ra running between duce Co. to cultivate It is a sad commentary on the slaves.'
''the*. ''ports; but none of the boats. are ? housetvifd when the Uusband prefers 'coff/eo-pot'/ >
In Polk
equipped with machinery; Unless the' county. The baker's bread. "I don't Care what they call me M ,
'-business increases materially on this acres of land near long -aq I can help.otber. to see whdr\, | : V
i route the business -will >e overdone few miles southeast of The middle aged man who tries to they. lose by sticking to coffee; and

.and probably 'some of the "smallerchoaners la known as the Hancock be "one if the boys" Is :young only I can show them the 'way to steady ,r r
will have to be laid I already cleared and In his foolishness clear brain and
J, off ty acres in young nerves, general
now It' beats all what t. big lonesome using Postum. ''
are preparing to go
; / ..INYESTU. . lT1N6, ness on an extensive a little house can hold when the "While a schoolgirl I drank coffee
babies are all and !had of
away. fits trembling and went
Gainesville I within
'p Tuvo'Casss Being( Looked Into by Vice ; through a siege of ,
- or eight month to have A lof of mea'who are waiting for nervous prostration .
.it Consul Taylor.Kla. .' eat Masonic buildings 'In ships to come In have failed to 'which took mo three )'ean'to ,

.\. y y.,JCe;::West. .-V.::a Consul-Taytor ing the Masonic ,temple I weigh their anchor rally from. :,".', -
." .o'.Key West who represents' the BrIt. for which hat bean let Some mothers think "Mother coaxed: me to use Postum" ..II'!
:J' I$k*'government.*.Is looking Into two Manufacturing company, clean house so much of a 'but I thought coffee would give m. .

;&+,. t:.*.. In which English eubJecbt are upon' which has already v Idea of a comfortable that they overlook the strength. Bo,things went and'when'- ye .,
+ ,'IteremXed.: Ifl*,said that.Mr. Tta;hot! -The Townsend:, home.In ,It married I-found my husband and, II '
tr r" .... unearthed some important evl- of Starke that tailed our anxiety to accomplish big wera both coffee topers and I can, 'i. "b
dance regarding the C ee.. One is the thus shutting down the 11 things we overlook a lot of little sympathise with a drunkard who .)
,. kilirnc .of a negro'b/* Brltbih' subject i place Is now'Tinder the things that aggregate greatness. tries to leave off his cups. .
which took1 .place several months May Brothers', and"wlll How It is for VAt last in '' '
't!, Blnce. Relatives of 'the murdered man the May Lumber ih easy a handsome : sheer desperation 'I' '
woman to make a man think bought a package of Postnm followed
: took the 'matter' before he governorOf mill will resume she is -:
the Bahamas,"which resulted In his thus giving work to a ; -L-r cl Interested Jn what he is saying. directions about boiling It, .
i$ 'ordering, a rigid'Investigation. hands. ti From "Brain Links. ," in The Com- served It with good cream, and asked V,
... -The moner. my husband how he liked the. coffee,-.**
!Ii democratic '
fOSTOfnCE,- MOVED, tee of Key West-met-and- "We each drank three cups apiece.'
of and what'a: satisfied feeling It left. '
specters and dorks for t Centre. Jtferdle'Industry.
ss, rJsw- Location ''at Orange City, Much-- mary ,,H, was, also la the English"itowa'ot Red ditch Oar ,conversion has lasted. ', 'several -
f \ More,, Attractive'". new?.supervisor"be ; 'about.'3000 men, and 'women years* and will continue as ..long'aswe

Orange City. Fa.! "-" PpaUnaeter-;, L.LeaVttt store >
hail' moved the* office fixtures those .Who secured They work' about, r. nerve .are steady. appetites good> y',
In fifty- -a weak "
the .
,, ,May primary sleep Bound and refreshing"
building 1M old ,J.. ....,., in model factories; Reddltch's < oppocite umce
to fle; -Rev: j: H. Tha'rp, 1 j yearly 4- !"There's a Reason.". Name given. n ''
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which to more convenient ''and,plea Florida Baptl.fWlt.ess.-- :!-:) '...4... .::::\\ output, of reedles' I Is "in' "' excess of' Z,'- ,'by Postum:' Co... Battle 'Creak. Mich. ' y ypkgs. v

l ; ant Jn 'every way: ;Many 'of ',the, pa to.hi*Lakeland editorial *department', ,' t .. ...,. '000,000,000.. Read, ,"The' .Road. .W.u-lle7! <;JI''r! :,? ,:;."
: anrdhif it ,
the '
ment.. Ths, new;-mce i Ui painted!:' white. pastorate teat to reside, The there Wltnesj on- : Tel,. .ur il"ll( io see John walk out'la the, 'Instinct.: i Ever read theabove letter? A'It1w 1'''':; t;
What* Instinct?' .It is th': one from time to time. { e
:ou'the Interior and .presents a, very at- to.b*.published by the t : "J' % nachral '' appears They 111l
-tractlve'. appearance.- dla - ; you'll excuse my poor 'uiband. -'B',' a ter tendency Iv wan whta filled with dismay are..genuine; true, and.foU' of4hamae-v: ;f.
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THE PULPIT- ' ,, JAN of he;Chrfit was right," and because'b*'dared!ha"toknew eay It';.that and1 ., rJT8.8CV--aU'er D.nmx ___!fC'-'"' .'..".r.........> .., .. "

_..-:; : ; his life was close to Gods JIi'-"U..A :
1 IleA J'a. : Pinch Came 'iiI"The
J ELOQ.UENT'ISU OAY SERMON; BY The' tint, time I preached la1 this .1 '
pulpit several waeka: I .,....nvout 'woman"alwaya regrets that she
Intro deelded;
THE REV: JASON NOBLE PIERCE and ear fries t* eat d.wi'.a Megr.eery ,
the next day.relvnhl\ city to a noitib- cannot know just what kind of dr saea bills. He .baairbt a paaai .t reds'
boring, place and visited the ,s' -j I her neighbors are ordering before she .t It eat.. ana* It lasted exactly Ut......'
I .
Theme! Christ's. Example. people wbo traveled extenalvely, and. I order he* own.'A1fTIDOrs -lBi,ld, dlsh-watery,... at "at. He west I
talked with the mistress of that heckle 1\
PUSS SKIM :DIZAI.Tbat'e I LUZI AMNE to FrEE at beta whir*
mansion who had spent some tint In I what TBTTBBI hs| and It Ja more.It always lasted a week, all the tlat delltloaa '
personally .visiting OliN for ema. letter, a.t aaUsftla lie learned ik. lessen that
Brooklyn N, 'Y.-At the Puritan took parts In the Paaaton .Play at OMATORABBIT;, rlnjrwora, erjralpalaa and&I r eMber Itoblaa) 'lawer. price ._ at always spell economy, W
Congregational Church the new paa-' Oberammergau She did not go to the Melt one tablespoonful of butter vutanaoo dlnMtma. aggraTatad _.. i HATE YOU ..4ltTet! "
tor the Rev., Jason Noble Pierce Play, but she went afterward in their i of the**fnloUon Ito cures have "been >haomooal. .- ..
In a aaucepan; add half pound of It instant rallf and.ff.etaparmaneetenreat .1' LilZIANNE Tht m.
preached Sunday morning on "The homes. and I shall never forget the gives COFFEE lUlly-T.jtor '
, Examples of Chrlat."' He said: My Incidents she related. .She went to cbeeaej grated or cut fiaeuoirelgbta Me. .1 drnRgtateor by ,.*M aeerwa.n >BW OMB.BAXS.VA.A.r '
aubject this morning I la-found In John \he ,home of the man who; took the of a tablespoonful of soda. and onefourth 'aaall auaah from()..J. 'T. Savrvata'a, Dapt. ABa.
18:15: "For I have given you an e1l'mple'lbat :- part of Jesus Christy: She saw his wife a tablespoonful each, of salt ._; .EE. E EEEeeEEeEEEEE.CE ER

ye should do aa I have first! and after making known her and paprika and stir until the;cheese The man who keeps boasting of. his
done to yon." If you put* that right/ errand the husband was summoned la melted. The cooking may be don virtues generally bas, the kind. that CIENTiriO, TREATMENT TOW

In Its setting would be natural to and this woman said tbat the very directly over, but It la safer only his own eyes can aee.Hicks' WhUkiy, Drugs, Ciganttt ,and Tobacco Habits, fi

wonder whether. the example: Jesus moment he entered the room she to aet tbe .41.h over,hot'water Tbebluer' '' .Oapadlne Curs oadache, AIM NBUKA8TBXHIA: or MKBTK EXHAUSTION. AdBlolaUra
Involve the girding of the could not the feeling tbat she '
gave towel repress by BpaelalUta for thirty raar*. '
of'a chafing dish is, a good YChetber' from Cold heat Corraapondeae* eosrildaUal
and the taking of the basin and per.. wa In the presence -of, Jesus. His :- Mental. Strain. No Acetanilid, .Stomach or dangerous,' or .Tb Only lI.le, laaUi.t. *. Uaorcta...
forming tbe service of love that whole his whole utensil for.this purpose, a* It pre
anpearance manner .ct.,.... Kffecta immediately.10o. Woodward Ave. ATLANTA GA.
uarformed for HI. dlsclnles; whether conveyed the lifelike Impression of Qnta considerable* surface 'to the .. 23c..and ., at drug Mo...., i
KIs example -literal In Its setting: Jesus. And this not when ha wan on beat. When, the cheese Ma' melted I Th* tall, roan,"with a petite aweet- COMMAND. ,r,
It la not strange that certain branches exhibition but when he was cum- stir Into It the' yolks of two eggs; There is no particular reason why amiD heart will have a terribletime bid. I t. rallenoeWrhey .she baa
-,. of the church have in different time monad from his workshop .Into the beaten 'and suited with half a 'cup who la In love should stand ,I dine her good night under that wlde- say a wonderful
and the but he command of
held that HI example was to be taken : louse, wlthqut knowing: that anyone around Illb.t moon, ,, brimmed hat she It wearing this language.
x>f tomato Serve on the un. .
) that Ha there puree always' does It.Mrs. PatrJce-Well she seems to
literally! Instituted an ordl- was or why he came. And the spring.OKKI. command
nance a* truly a* the ordinance of wife told my hostess that she believed touted of tbe bread toaated upon .Wis 1owhnoothingByrupforChfldrea her hutbind'i, but notber.own.Yookeri : .
baptism or the Lord's aupper. And her husband was absolutely perfect I but onlf aide.-CuHlyator. I.M1thlnR.aotteDB DorTTHAT Coati HURT Stateaman. '

ao, even down- to the present .day that be bad'ao studied the life of ,allays.pala.corea wind colic,BSc a bottlo Stop the pain and get rid of the corn
there are some churches that literally Jesus; that be had so put his heart STEWED! CHICKEN:: WITH RICE. quickly and permanently.Aaaorr'a BAST sB ." OVB WOMAN'S ENDURANCK.Soathem .
believe; In the washing pf the feet asa into every part of It; that he had so Carefully clean and waab a large It. dosin't take a 'woman long to >IA. Coax rii.T will remove any.corn.bua -
striven find out a man's weak spot and ;then Ion or eallona spot without culling, bora '
religious act. From 1JSO to 1680 perfect himself In playing: Woman Suffers TortesFor .
Inside and
the sovereign of Kngland were accustomed the part of Jesus not only l on the fat chicken; season It both keep! !>> hitting him on' it. leg or"eating" the flmh'and leave no '
outside with pepper and *.lt'and put soreness afterward:: Applied with a brusbj Veara.Racked w
<< to literally carry out this cross but off ,the cross' and that he To Drive Oat Malaria and Build Up i
example of the Lord and indeed down I had. so far aa aha knew In the Intimacy it Into a stew kettle with halt' a poundof mighty Ut troubla. druggists or by {, and torn with terrific play

*>_- to thepreaent day It I* not unusual of family life, mastered life and rice picked and waahed. the SystemTake mail from Taa Aaaotr Co., Savannah, da.t I I LIghtly annoyed by kldoay Irregular'

for the Imperial ruler of Russia to overcome every temptation and In Ul Add one quart of water; place vlt UHILI.the Old Toxio.Standard You. know Oaova'a what TASTB.utss The trouble In 'too many homes, i U..Un.A. 8. Payee,
have the aristocracy Reek outitoer earnestness and humility aha said she over a slow fire and let It stew gradually yon
aw taking. The formula la plainly printed mused the Galveston New, la tILeIncomll.Ubllll of SOI Third Av..
-who are aged and Infirm and did not know one single thing In all .
helpless .
for' two hour; keep the kettle on every bottle, allowing it is simply Quinine of So. Colombo tllaa
wash their feet his life that was'not she would Imported millinery *
and aa Jesus washedthe lust as covered. After boiling some time and Iron ina tasteless form and the
feet of His disciples On every like to have It. Husband can your a''' moat effectual '0111I. For grown]people and. domestic" allowances.INVALID'S . suffered for year
should the rice be too dry little .
Thursday In Holy Week the Pope;not wife aay that It show, dear friend, and children. fiat, She aaya "Tha pains
in with great pomp and splendor and In that His example and life, not in Its more than aufHdent to keep It A woman would rather make plana I Iota were ao terrlbl
the eyes of the- multitude on'a high glorified perfection, but In the pureness moist. for a Journey than actually make the After Inflammatory Rheumatism. that I often amotlvBV '

platform where be washes the feet of twelve of the old. every sin under our ..feet. Now; dish with the'' n 'around It and though it took an epilapb-maker to discover lied Sore Developed -Only \,I B more meant, agony.
rat men that can be found. But the friend, If ''It la possible to follow garnish with sprigs at parsley. Serve .the virtue a man -had. rest
My wa by a
natural Query: la. '-why, do It once a Jesus' example a* literally a* that About four yetn ago I .bad a very avar.
year. If It I* really. an example to be Is It not necessary to rise to it when with a wblteaauce.. -New York Press attack of inflammatory rheumatism. 1 I I I weakness and the aecretlona Beamed

followed and why doe only-one ner- so many people are following your WOMAN'SBACKACHE! My akin peeled, and the high flYer played to burn like add.I was la an awfal
Bon follow It instead of everybodyyou example MY FAVORITE RECIPE! htroo with my-hair which came out la condition and doctors Old not,aeeni

and met. And It you turn backto Why did Jesus wash Ills disciples' Ice-cream cake; Tbe whites of bunch I also bad three. large bed sores to 'help. Doan' Kidney ,Pill ben.ti:

your original testament you find feet Not because It wa necessary, eight eggs, two cup of sugar two on my. bed?. I did not gain very'rapidly .' Otad ma from the tint and soon mad
the word "like aa"-"that yo ahauil nor. because It was an Oriental cur I cups of allied flour one cup of corn and ray appetite waa vary poor. I tried me a atrong and healthy. woman."
do like a* I have done for you." and tom. I think He washed their feet starch one cup of butter, one cup'of ma.,''.un eor.' but they w....' of little I For sale by all dealera. 10 cents s
:you.realise that Jesus I. not Instituting because He saw that the disciple milk two of help and until '! tried Cuticura ReaolreatI box. Foiter-MllburnCo.Bnffalo. N.T..
an ordinance but He I*, by a lov. were too proud to .do It for one an teaspoonfuls baking bad bad no real relief.Then my complexion '
Ing and kind act 'of ministry teaching other. It takes manly character to powder; flavor with lemon'extract: cleared and soon I felt better. The When a woman buy something. she
an Ideal and teaching: it by exam do a menial task. I fancy that If we bake- It layers.Preparation bed aore went'vary Boon after f." applications ..JUte' ,
pIe. He mlnht have talked about It tried to Imitate some of Jesus' examples : to put between the of Cnticnra Ointment and when I cannot really afford aba condone

and the words ''would have gone In one we. would find that it would be cake: The whites of four egg, four N.e "..... Cuticura: Soap and Ointment for my fault by doing without something

par and out of the other but no one better to go apart lnto.
.( of those present could ever forget His pray: and come down to the original boiling water over the sugar..boll until appearance.: )1...." l viaa J. Ilendereon' sneers the 'Acbl.OD Globeleae .-
channels of life and love 138 Broad St. Stamford Conn. Marcia e
) example' and I venture to ear that it will thread from tbe point of a ;
though; John lived a* long a* be did strengthened before we could do the and M, WOT," "
In his last day he still felt the Influence acts of service that Jesus did. I be- spoon pour: the boiling hot sugar Our leading 'phrucian recommend CuU

.<< of the Maater'a teaching a* lieve that He did It because He saw over the egg, stirring until a stiff ears for _Ima. ),In. Algy Cockburn. ,
piron ly a* be 'did on the day when that Ills disciples did not yet understand cream; flavor with vanilla spread t Bhiloh P.. June II-HOT."' '

' n the Master washed his feet. or comprehend the Ideal that the. Icing between and over the cake.A .
Jesus' whole life,!* an example. is He came to establlah. What Is the dainty chocolate walnut cake IIIOH STAKES.
law. the Ideal, the essential of .God'a r aiella.-An exciting"brlge game TOILET ANTISEPTIC
it not? We find other neoDle that are may be made by adding; to the Icing
example! I can turn to the Old Testament kingdom? I know that some would when It I* ready to put on the 'cak_ B Jla-Very;' we played for each,
and study Job, and say that say that It la love. That I I. the right other' ., Baxar. Kacpa the bre.thteeth, mouth and body r
one cup and "half of black walnut coo.k.-Ua..rper' .
of answer If you understand what love antiteptieally clean and frae'froaabealthy en.
he example to
was an patience or
; I. la meat chopped and chocolate' to snit lil.and disagreeable odo. t
It1 not merely- love that contemplate'and germ- w
the life of Abraham and that be
Is a perfect example of faith.say I turnto dues nothing: tti&t 1* tbe taste.-Mr*. John Barra, In' Home a Take the Placeof, Calomel. which water,seep and tooth preparation>
well disposed and stops there. If you I and Farm. _.. _.' rut.v .e alone < tof
Impetuous Peter and I say 'there ,...;tar e.d ...II ......... p. e
I* a man of fervor; or to John, and think that you are obeying Ills commandment 7i1w! M

pee the perfect' etampla.of John the to love your A FUDGE 'RECTPIiL\' sa.In "....01.. .........- .... ......: Lda ..- al'aoury '
not hate him. TOU hay It ...... .IE, 41... ".. 1'''',do aul a.1 lr.tq ster
aching. "
attention to troub\
loving disciple.;; and -wonder if we o by PAXTINEaaaaatnv
tint anl-A* **** Ba* v viove add .....,...._...drl.h of d6 1'".".re..e. .- *
Khali ever grow: Into the love of John. at all finds its expression: in a porcelain lined saucepan; tells, with other symptoms, such as ..w..........II.m tma lavelaal I.
These men era m...! -+ =+"' ...'*" service. The mother tolls late Into a coffee-cupful of granulated sugar tHTrvousncM, headache,pains In the t. M. YOUNG. J .... WAVCMOCSI OA. for Inflamed *yJ ,
Some tbtngs..In one or a few characteristics the night that her boy.may be neatlydressed one-third ot a cupful ,of" sweet', milk loins weight in tho lower part of I thro.tsnd.u.luteri.eesarrh. i
,- but Je.u.'W.II a perfect ex. and educated,. That Is the and a pinch of aalt. Bring to a the body that woman's' feminine SAVE THE CARTON .TOPS Atdial
ample-complete. If you ara speaking mother's love. If God only loved us boiling point, stirring constantly) 'ol'gnnlamseeds immediate at ten tlon.- seep ri m ad ,toilet : i
of faith. He la perfect: if of pa- by cDly.Joo1lng on us complacently, cook about eight 'minutes from the rax" Btorc*. 50 spas, or i
Hence Ha la perfect:, If you sneak oT deliver me from that I<<)ye. But what time It begins to' balL Teat In: the In such cases the one lure remedy 20 Mule Team by nail poatpaid.

fervor or of love, or of humility/ wonder hath He not wrought: what which epcedily removes the cause rratfftf.....a>MMr tees r.r TdaI
dignity or oftlow."or of any quality bath He not done for us' that we usual manner until a'epoontul and restores the feminine organism FREEr tarn $ a
of the heart find that Jesus Is dropped In' Ice water'will form a normal condition is VALUABLE PREMIUMS wsM"baait esauvv"
you might have life. Joyful live and useful to a healthy. ,. _' ...._... tees s ase rats'THE
perfect; the one supreme 'perfect ex lives It you love, oft ball. Add desired flavoring< ..4..Iel-sires ....., FRilL tr.tq mar.. .. PAXTON TOILET CO. BettM.Mw.At2SO
ample. ''You and 1 know it la one of you and com. when the mixture la taken from the LYDiA E. FINKHAM'SVEGETABLE FAOIVIC<< COABT' OBAX co..New Yen*, .

our human fallings to look at. people mend that definition l of service which stove. Beat at least ten minutes 'COMPOUND ..lied lnb VMki" Write,far Mawj rain flan,
and Imitate them. How quick the says that it is.the fundamental rule of after It i* done, by which time It t ( ) .
child I* to discern. Did you never sea God' service. But the dllclplea.did should form a creamy mass and airs Will Young of 6 Columbia I'I'Avo.
a little girl who spoke not only the not catch the Idea. Do you .wonder .. Rockland, Me.,flays i iVI '
should be Into a large square .
word that her mother did ,Out *Whosoever poured
same that Jesus said,to them' was troubled for along time with FOR.'MENThe
""" .", ''tn just the Same Intonation? It will be great among youlet- him be pan. well greased. When almost dreadful backache and a pain In my' : I .
?-Ihe .mother says a thing with a IHUe' your minister, and whosoever will be cold cut in squares; the squares- may I side; and was miserable in every way.I [nandy boon of' ahoaeomfort -
sharpness, so does the daughter. I chief among you. let him be your be dipped .In chocolate If liked. doctored until I was discouraged and. mwt ba at tbe bottom. '
tblnk nothing- all this world I* so servant. In His parable He taught Ground nut added to thla' mixture thought would[ never get well., I read ; aadl.the bottom of
quick to dlHcern the thing they see asa tile Idea of service but though tbe before It cool makes- a delicious what Lydia K. Plnkham'a Vegetable ": 'tha the bottom aba*"" ....ran

little child and not only to discern disciples listened they did not seem candy and a halt cupful" chopped Compound had' done for othera-and doaa not nt. BKLRSEMERalioo
i them but to Imitate them. If Jeansbad' to comprehend and: so on that last decided' to try It ) after\ taking three ara built.rom the
datea or figs also makes anic con. roand fit. Look
the ,4r
handed down His Sermon on night Jesus did something they did The Cotamonar bottles can truly say that ( never felt; for th* la t.r. fro. don'taasilr ,
Mount Just as a document given by comprehend and clinched all III : ao well in my life" nnd the**abowi writ
an unseen hand. It never would have teaching by girding Himself and ministering of East Earl u for ainoUoa* bow toeonra :<
bad tbe' raaonaace the clearness and to them and said "I have SHARP SAUCE FOR MRATS, Mrs. Augustus Lyon, "NsM Yv, them.
.fhe power, that It ha when we see It example." Fa., writes to Mrs. Finkham: FRED P: e
: onion .
given you Chop fine one 'and a small "I backaches, and! tea CO.BROCKTON
c wing from the lip ,of tbe Man close by calling your atten.. badvery'aevere '
Let me of mixed pickles.., put these .i MAS .
whom we almost can see because HI tion to the last part of the text: "Thatye quantity pressing-down pains.>I could not Bleep, M/ta le fI1w, *
follower really did see Him. You do should do as I have done to you." Into a aaucepan) with half a gill df and bad. appetite., Lydia E. Pink-j!' ....

not take any reasoning of Jesus apart Are you doing what Jesus did. or i* vinegar, a teaspoonful of mustard. bam'a Vegetable Compound cured me"
from-HImaelf. You and need follow It only contemplation Are you carrying a small bit of butter. a' large tablespoonful and made me feel like a new woman.!

derstand Jesus and need to out ills example or have you ot bread crumbs; pepper FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.' M

His example because other! people are encountered some obstacle that I I. too and salt to season. Boll a':! together -For thirty years Lydia'K.IInkham'a -

following our example. Here I* a little bard to do? In: the great galleries the for six: minutes and add'a,,gill of Water Vegetable Compound, made' .L

boy In the Sunday-school" and the to artists alt and atrlv.e to reproduce the and allow the sauce to1 boll'again!: ,from roots and herbs, has been the
tar 8 "John. you ought and sd In the gallery of
I 4gfow up Into a true,'noble manhood life and I are sitting at the feet for ten minutes longer. This sauce standard remedy for female ills, ,, a
I /. .. and be an example for others." John of Are' we reproducing perfectly will Impart) a flavor to .th*' coarsest andhas positively cured thousands of --

. cannot help being an example. I cannot ? He la the example. Are we neat or fish when boiled or fried women who have been troubled with' 'Tinuu ..L.

stand here this"Tnornlng and say !doing a* He did t and also for cold meat made Into displacements,inflammation,ulceration -;

n you ought to be examples: ; you are bash or atew. In the latter case the fibroid tumors, irregularities 2

and "you cannot get away to from look The Interpreter of, IJfc. quantity of crumbs: ';'.nd. water .must periodic'pains, backa.chetllot! bear. Xr

''You may'not. want-people tbelr eyes.There Jesus lathe interpreter of life. He be doubled Ing-down feeling flatulency lnd res.
you but you'cannot.ahut
1* not a person here this morn. hold the secret of the life which 1*. Never use any sauce or condiment tiondizainc8aor nervona prostration. ,

. "; Ing who I* not unconsciously a* wells a* well a* of the life which 1* to come. no strong aa to disguise" and spoIl IdMz r-s
: consciously., leading the thoughts We don't know how to live and we the natural flavor of 'the-'meat: A MOTHER, ORAVSSWEET

sand Impulse of other people. You( will go on blundering; and wearing condiment or sauce -used'simply POWDERSFOR

..... are example What kind of examples ourselves out until 'we take Him a* sea' relish to give an'added! flavor to : : CHILDREN. Doctors: recommend it in their preacrip- NiiiJLions.
are you? ,* our exemplar. .' It cures constipation and Indigestion. H
". not to the taste. '
the disguise .
What kind of an example are we The fever of life Is the result of our food a='.o.:!/ev..elN w. Leave*none of the bad effecta
Christian people In think one of the experiment with the thing which If tbe .sauce or 1'',very,fiery use I(urea : ...'..' ..,\ ,,.of calomel and other violent remedies. t''
most wondeful men wa Paul. He ought to make for our happiness. tVvery sparingly else the stomach will l. ,W:.... .J..R ..:>>.. :r.. Valuable at tonic.' Curea stomach and "'
wrote to the Galatlans. and be laid:. Somehow W8, cannot get tbe Tight be Irritated.--K. .E. W.r'In The Epl. 11_....ctt.:: .. el IS... U.. --,. liver trouble with nature's remedies. UVBMKNCtS
,5cbll ...-ri.ll. SL e."".sss.wr a .
I beseech be a* I am.- proportion and instead -of receivingJoy tOml.t. .)' .As..p. Help and '
"Brethren. you M': _." ,1rt. ._ cxw. ,La".r, t.Y ., every age sex.
Now good many of you are looking and peace and a larger' life from I ea .. '... ,.. I' Hundred testify to its worth. W. D.

,at me and saying: 'Hera is our. new our usa of the mixture wa find ourselves EGGS LACqNCORDE. '.INTENSIFIED" RPX3RBT.Wra. .' Thomas of Boas :Ala. says: "The fact, '
Inaetor. I wonder what kind of a man4he weak and feverish and sick at vf > that I am alive and well' today, I believe + r
la really going to prove to be." heart. Let us go to Him and take Three eggs, one'.ll1.of> milk, one Ecrappington-Well, what are to be due to the us. of Nubian Tea."

:What kind of a man would you think Ills life for our example. Let us gill of cream'eeasonlplof salt and ,7tS U muttering about All dealer sell it. Manufactured by -l
I'am if I should aay In utter serious* note what thing II* counted preciousand pepper, some' chopped parsley Mr.( Serapplntton-You accepted m* '. t r

near: "Membera of Puritan'Church what things He rejected; aa harm chopped) mushroom,. ..and chopped 'after I had proposed four, times, SPENCER, MEDICINE COMPANY' -t
I beseech you be a* I am Look it ful to the soul. cooked tongue,' ham or":chicken. dldn t you ft Cltatt.*...a, T.... ;
me; behold me. ,Be as I am." .Why, Let us accept Hlm'.u'the way, and chopped" chicken'' ' 8
Mix parsley "Ye .
wrote tbe truth .and the life and He will *?
that la what the apostle tl)1I. ,. I'
congregation'" He Bent another letterto enter the room In which jre are now and mushroom together butter thoroughly "Set\' d me rich!, confund 'my fool

the Phlllpplan la which he said: lying sick of the fever of life and H* eight or nine -small darlofe I soul!!". 8matt[ SeL"' R

"Those, thing whichye have both will take us by the-band and lift us mold and line them with the chicken '

learned and received and heard and up., and nil us with 'new life for ,-. etc. Beat up the .eggs. add to 'Dr. Biggers.Huckleberry Cordial I CURED ,
.:. and the God of peace service to His glory-and aalyatlon of and filvaaQilek
I seen in me. de:.. them the milk cream, also sea Duo i
shall b? with you." I* there a schoolteacher our fellow men.-Rev. Percy T..' Or. soningsthree 'parts fill the m'oldl! BOWEL n m tal.... nlL_ .. aea n t..wll. ...Midrst ,
Christian Advocate M.e . d ......... .at'M... = Rat let.
would dare to say: ton In Plttsburg -e fall .leII. '" 7..
her that
TRou .. t
stand;tbem in a pan boiling watfrallowlns'.the.water' ; uLEBk.a. ..5. .. .. D7 .aNrr '
If you only do what your- teacher .p. .T e..lCH1LDrr peesoee.. ..wuUlagfaetessdare +
and : to coma: within i'.r' :' M. ....Dr.: SlTIiTIlIltd .I effect_pan aseat sere
lit fi"
does If only Jock at my Thought =
; you Thy Last .. .
half an Inch of the top. simmer SjA'iuT'iwANtiiE'B rILoil'bncco. e' la y>to very
i follow my example the God of peace ''make God thy last !: .& ..t., Ga. ; .Not Wnircma be fair** '
will be with -you.", In thee of his Practice to gently- fifteen .minute*, or until they CURES write ...... M.ttreaVa.... a. .
'epistles'Paul', wrote:( "Be follower thought: first at night thought when.when thou thou aleepestand.thy wak-! Turn. out on-: a' not dish, STOMACHACHE IN TEN, MINUTES |.*........ Sea ,. ,A"aU.UmHHfn ( ..

A of sue..Wbat a presumptuous l m.ol! fancy-be sanctified and' Our- -oun :She\ ,base, a..sauce .*,
that ; ao ball thy BBfnftHntf fBBH Htm l nB mm M f Bnt fHnfi nni nnFm n mBmi *i i **i mmmmi m m m
I* there a father In this audience esrot . \ \
a -and. thy.\lndentandlngbe follows '
t ,".wlahes hi*",son 'to ,bs-Just; ., liketblm.her? .edifted'in he nlght. the day i 'ao:shall thy Beat up'one' egg add one gill -oi Nursing Mothers"'and' Malaria 1' 'J'JTI
:Or I* thr mother that wishss and thy. labor ''of : :
e', little child that God has given her to rest, be peaceful .prosperous milk; one 'leaspoonfu) chopped! ,
a IMB Just Ilk her? God know that -Francis: Quarle\ <; '0., parsley a little'-pepper' and ..It..put >< Old"Standard GROVE'S. TASTELESS CHILL TONIC, drives out Malaria and builds up the '

,eVery be parent better says than: '.Ob.that I ant,"'my, What child High Ideal. ' lnls.Into' 4'c.uatard pan '" may,' for high ideals. la >and Iron in" tasteless and the most effectual form.. For adults and Children.5OcJJ
'then, la 'the 'secret of this man' wonderful We should all strive It thickens 'slightly; pour Into simply Quinine a ,
? You will find It' tn and live the life the Master-haa laid :
conraga the 'dlfa' and ..en..BoatoDCookitlC: .
..-Th Rev .Jam** .Alexander ":'.,. ' :
what ha said to the Corlnthlanar: "Be dOWA.for u : if cboblMsgattae.i() "-- ?' ''I'" -'

,;' 1 N follower, ot. .me,:yen, at I am also Boston.. z, lad "P "

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**-::* HM *W.** ****'****j I aBasi- I Solar Eclipse. ,EXCURSION RATE TO .

: W. BII0B .
,,at Tie lovely month of June wa..uh'1 On Monday"' June 28th,> Floridians LYI"" r '
j PROM IRR. | ered In by one of the finest'. rains we : will \\ni permitted 10 witness a phenomenon AND
1 could.wish. The amlihtnir corn and I'' which will not occur again SAVANNAH GA. $7,0f

.v 1. C.tbth | other kept to vegetation good condition was revived by rain.and that I I. for On morethan,this, date seven the moon hundred will years pass be I RETURN "

***>*.**.***.***.******* bave fallen since the first of the,wonth.1 tween the earth' and sun, causing a ,
cttlsens once entt ted Many fields of corn will make total. eclipse, and KUslniuiee will lie REAL
over railroad are prospects.11191 Old Probabilities yield. Some were tired ton badly for: almost directly In the path!: of ob CHARLESTON $
.C. $9.00
Y baa foretold wonderful eventi, the rate to do any (ood. A taw( watermelon i scuration. I
an4 mvnterlous. strangers with survey are In .market and are very I The eclipse, from the lluiflf of the RETURN
first shadow will last. something like ,
i-ulnlntf thevines :
Solomon Ilke\ good quality. Insect sro
:, law $instruments and : beginning '
four about 0 o'clockIn
J |
khort the crop.
of have given the asp and cutting I KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
cast expression I
uranta that the locomottve wiIl soon We have plenty of oranges yet. A the morning and ending ,about ..
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visit U.: It. Durreni.e's.groveshows noon FROM KISSIMMEE;
them to Mr.
tanle'owr people an3 arouse
still ConbcrnlnAr .this eclipse Mr. A, -It. ,
toothsome orange W.-W CARSON D. D. S.I
tbe-It- knowl good, .1
Moore, of Merrltt Jfla., writes theTimesUnion .
edge nossessed byileaenmen) ao-"lIwnIlIb.s on the trees along aide of the young as follows: .. ,
that there' fruit Present appearances Indicate, '
naught that the Seaboard Air Line or only I part of a crop for the coming ono. ICdlwr 'Times-Union: The moon
could Introduce that We hope present. appearances\ )' de.celve .- will puss between the earth. and the JULY 2
any othercompan nand the coming crop may l he aparlfiR sun on Sunday, June 28. The eclipse QRAYSTONB HOTEL .
would surprise us. Meanwhtle.wehave
will I be total In Florida on a line from
a- class nether people In our midst Mrs. Pearce one. has told the remainderof Tampa Uav' to Cal>e Canaveral.1.SeventenLhs .aAf. VIA ,
t who care for railroads, turpentine OFFICE HOURS ) % J8 k2 Sj ,
her oranges to Mr. IIuncock. lie is of the. sun will be obscured I .. 71se
mills snd this body I ,
ntllls ,
or saw ,
-- , .
this week. on a line from" Dallas, Tex.. to '
for .
If fellow oltlxens do not partake with to come
(ua In our iM'poboilc feast of the good The prairie schooner make.1 I'h'|''' to'-'hilade) Ihia. Three-tentiis "of 'the 1 WJ.l.LSO JR., ATLANTIC COASTLINE fir "
will I
Ft. Pearce for goods. Sailing IH bad, sun be obsurod on a line- from M ,
things thall'arc to be, but calmly Judge ;"' to make !Los Angles. Cal to Duluth Minn.: <
and gather and It takes a week ,0 \\O'l'e -- 4
the future by the present, r
At Philadelphia the eclipse will l.eIrln S r
la the all\ the alligator wealth hides they, desire.which conatitutQ '.They the The round Kev.trip Mr. Alderman Is htlll with, at lt10( a. in. I 1C.will bo) den so,," at "" ) 'ST TR AT LAROE.S) -' I'.... Tlcxets'! sold for.all trains'July 2,,with''' final limit' July'' 17..' .' ahln4

this brlnJlllI'rltslo the cook and j 11. He J preaches bereand, also-on the 11:04: a. in., 'ending ut 1253; p. in. Real l Estate.Agent. , .. Good In SleepinaCars.. 1..
say tho liaptUt Standard (eastern) tlmo. Oldetib.
and rifle oilier side of the river" at '"
ammunition for tbe ftholgun '-
I "J In the will'" ,
church. Florida moon )tprwar" KISSIMMEFFLORIDA\
and the lead batenct and true eye can Hid Pearce Is !still' Imstllui. among \to pass' completely onto Ihe sun' : For! rates, reservatlons. 01 information, call on nearest Atlantic Coast. Line j at M,
attend lo the d 1..0. Tho will not bo k,
the cattle. sun completely Agent, or praer
The vet season set but In a little main Utefoi corn' The >crass on ho rrairto la. excellentand \ hidden but will\ bo seen surrounding i p A. VANS AGNEVV, J, W. dARn'r: i:'. A. J. Q. K1ItKLANDyDlt.l'\ At1'l'AMl'A ; '%'
the general crops, our promises plenty of fat beef for the )black disc of the moon with a FLORIDA > '. aotnmt+
grower, Frank Godwin, Is of the opine market.. brilliant ring of light. .1' T. .C. WHITI, G: P. A, W. J, CRAIG, P. T. M.
ion that he will make corn enough to ATTORNEY LAW... ... I '
Tlio cattlemen ate now billY\ tnatkinyl. "Now U 'the time for a popular I 1- ; : 11 /
son.safely This'carry IH him.quite through an.. object the next when-we tea-" branding and holding, .up" their. dud,. of astronomy; family clubs; r \ TND. NoAAhv PUBLIC,'. | _u. -
'bv merchant atf2.fiO Ijeevcs Open luechtldrens l.h'lIlcalll'cogrupIlY 1r VMNNNI''INNNKN. NKN1M'YNNNNIAi K''1M'''$ Frilaodc
find corn hundred.quoted This our. U not comnarltively Yo, wo need a ides>rioiiQ lino from\ and 'lleo the beautiful cuts of the .KISS1 IMKK, FLA .

|per excessive. 'Tho .quotations hererto. KUslminee. A line Is needed heavenly bodies we) are familiar,:with; ."'. --- > C, A. CARSON,'Pro il two loon I + would studiously consider earth, ILl! pall, in
t2. and haul log('ornforLyO'e tQ ''t. 1'earco. r
In. city IDR. E. F.AKERS
jour to keep Iii rotation 'Its annual revolution, Its ,
mlle, at W cent. per lion. enable all business men ''r :s:: E ty amnea.o5tt
Bred Is certainrealonable.\ touch with the East and West Coast sl/.e-25,000" () ( miles In ch'Cumlerence1l1orbIt | . .
markets. and make deals without. mak around the sun-110,000,000* DENTIST,
The EmporiumcontluesU': '' JrollcrbulJer -- Ins long rides to do'tho same.W miles; the planets, the north star, the i .,
the county be In communicationwith ll ueucu upon the tides Its circuit Co. 1'hono 73.
Miss Ueulah's extensive poultry means-of tho around the. earth. the IIIlIn'. orbit, etc. ,
the county Bite by Crown, Hrklce and 1'oroelean work. $ -----WhoUitaU and Retail Do.l.rla- '
trsnsacllous keep that good Isdy. busy, telephone! at public expense same ..a* "8uccCfs flll farmers observe the 8peclaltb'; . I, '
call.lUll work behind the.counter to l be phases of the moon in planting seeds
the roads? d l)
both Irksome and inconvenient. Huckleberry |pies are now In order,. and In raising stock Are such observations NOTK'Those deKirlng -my service ad GROCERIES.: :: ,a.COUNTY 8
The Hotel de Beulah depends fniaclpally but so-much burning-of the wood. has Intelligent: -or superstitious should make .arrangements in "-
on transients for guests, but short tho ?" vance. ?
the winter accommodations are to be cut The river Is crop.low enough that It can ; OHt N DO- I LA. : sangJubi.
made so attractive that tourist are be forded at the landing. Our offer of beds at 2.75 for one AOlftlTS' FOR. ''io 1 :1:1i .
expected to congregate there from all Marion Powell has. a new lI'utiolioe. week expires|> tomorrow. Don't( fall DR LESLIE W. WEEDQNSpeclalist :
t sections of the'country. to get one. They are good value CRATES :
launch. A Y i
Madame Humor has assumed the political 'l'llliJ< HUME BTOHK. Celebrated Fertilizers
is 'j..lthlllll"brolher '
Mr. Powell, of Tampa \ .. I Itlet
field, and taking advantage of fit this place. -EveWEar i
leap yearprerogatlvesispayingcddrtto Will Itaulerson Is on a business: :; ...b.nto
one of our most distinguished/ fellow Hradcntown. UBSCRIBE FOR TUB Nose. and'Throat...... Circular sad Prices i.ct', f bee
to .
trip ? , ? ,
f citizens and striving to bring him JlTNIOU. ;:-jo" .r.l..ta.d on Application... :;"r tor
out before the public a. an opponent -- ---- FLORIDA TIMES UNION -- /1"I\\ : \ f"j r
to out present nominee for Hepresentatlve Tick Eradication Resumed. ',7 "1 ''RpWy;
in the November election Sufficient TIM Crest Stale Paper Private !Hospital, American National I 0r"

unto the day is the evil thereof. Ten Bureau of Animal Industry of DAILY SUNDAY,eOrMONYS Bank Building, Tampa, I HIDES FURS WOOL y
Should the bold old Jade succeed In.her. the United States Department! Agriculture Tara Mocttm.: 1.Maths.k.OMDwWt.53.00 ,
.designs, the future will reveal a is resuming active operations Tw.. ',Florida. : ,', sit
Cause of action to demonstrate the for the eradication. of the bcalu ticks. The SeiuIWeeMyllmes-Unlon and !. wam
ancttty of our primary system. which prevail in the southern part of i Coun1ry: Produce a. Speoia.lt3T.: i
The fruit
former Grower.
r The saw mill still remains In our the country and transmit contagionof
midst,but Us voice I la hushed from 'J'exalfe\'er of cattle Its men are lac. FrIda *... o the. .tleml.wakly Frulu/Uv d.oud .... w.a.""""' """"' ...wwv.+ti 'i elbareele
Jack of material and enterprise. keep being sent into the. Held and preparations .........lo it In motion It. future fate has cot are being made to push Life work Mall _,..r__........ .f F'Q''Yr4'ur'itt4rrpray..Qlru'r pryr .. .. v*t .*
yet been given out to the public. Old of extermination vigorously; l duringthe Fli. I'UVHIOIAN.f. AND aUR4a6N. .
Probabilities has hla 'hand on the le- warm weather, when the ticks are r to..u..oa..7. *j sg."pt
.......... w. NORTH K1SSSIMMEE. PHONE NO. 8. a
ver. and all kind* +of talk la given to. most active. rase ,
1 lest lny'. Since .this work, was begun 011000 two I. .I.a..... ;; 1 nde ,

oeaiUlca vf LLe-1f mrlroulC1fT ut J

cause him to again take the road Tbe the tlcks.< As a result the quarantineon . W. SIMPSON ; grifriri n16eAl

distance to be traveled over by oxen southern1' cattle has been, either : ,oat
it so great almost Impossible modified or entirely. removed from this r f.j tbrougwho
" .too, furnish the necessary trantportatlon .- area. Last year work was done to a KaU ilullding.OrFIos Groceries:
for Rood required. 'for use by bla greater or less extent; In tbe Stares olVirginia 12 Fancy ; 1. b'who
many.customer.. l.fs:a m. d
North Carollo., South Carolina HOURS. : f ; .
to ,
crop .re' Ueorgla, Alabama., Tennessee 5.30p: m. owausa
prospect so ,
'Irregular that It would he almost' Impossible Kentuckr, Missouri Arkansas, Oklahoma Telephone No 7B ., Jun.6. Ivr ;: Fresh Meats. ti.lit

to establish a medium, but If Louisiana, Texas and California = : urdtKto

lobe seasons continue ale an average and it la proposed this year to ..,. G. F. KHIBB.S Oeltuery Every Day at any Ilour.f Patroflaue Solicited. jjflcAA .' ,
of be continue In the'. Stat.el'with j ate G
crop corn may expected. Pot a same the ,
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AAA ... ...... J, "
toes < .
,L are plenty, and nothing Jake a addition of a email portion of Mississippi.
.famine is dreaded during tbe present Most of the work baa.been 'and' . ATTORNBV-AT-LAW.. '' \ . '. . -.. -. - ,
'year. Rain have been moderate but will continue be .done In.sections .. Office in 'the :
of frequent. occurrence and sutflplent. contiguous to the quarantine line, the ,., ,"' ; CourtyHouseKfs.simmee is hot

general demands.. The severe object being to push the line, farther #... ,: Florida. 1A/ CMIL. KOAC3M.. the
drouth in the early part of the season south from year to year'.but'eneour % .Pl'4._T MAOH vic
whom'wlil be'saroclated.1. -
was somewhat discouraging; later sear agement-la! given to. local\ work to any J. !With \ meat
r i soul, however, were to ..1111.)0 save a part of the quarantined district in the ., H. REDD ITT trial .causes the law firm of MACH btto

large part of the food assurance that when any considerable Ma..ey.& arlow,. -of BROS..3Liver blaota.
Cattle.are doing well, and the prospects area is rendered tick free It: will be released OrlandoSprigg J : .; s
that will be .' from JEW Er.E: R11A N D ' \ reusedbe
are they ; well prepared quarantine. I!!!! .. '
r, to face the approaching' _winter. The work Is being"done by cooperation WATCHREPAIRHR. : Feed and Sale lake,
-4 Hunter's Paradise continues to be a between the,. Federal Governmentand zs Y, I Stable t: anpt

retort for belles and beaux. Final re the State and local authorities: Call and aee mrJILtoe: of Watches. FlemingCLEANING +t: : aU
suits are looked forward to with considerable I Congress has appropriated 9250,000 WOOD-.D AYINQ'
totereat'-bl would-be matchnatcera. for the year beginning July 1, and It ,"- eve
: The, belle of Whittier continues Is expected 1 that the States and coun Everything Is New '\ 4d
to hold her freedom. The bold. ties'where the work Is carried on will any altlol..of Jewelry: and Flrst-Class. Wo will of
'Promptly .Or.dI'ed
es.1' bare been cast aside, but. the end duplicate this su nThe committee on PRESSING'DYEING Render Prompt and. Satisfactory 'Service (see aIp
.. not. yet. The right one will yet. turn appropriations of the House of' Representative upon Kequest.HICVCLE 5.4REPAIRING Day or Night. All he tew
tip and secure one of the truest and expressed itself! very strongly sell
belt girls that. the country affords; to the effect that. the States should SUNDRIES ;, Heavy Hauling. as sect
Orange are In the belt of shapo and bear a reasonable share of the cost fAT paned
size, shedding not severe, and no better .. and that the Federal work should be -- .- BEAMA'N'S OLD STAND. PHONE 113. ;SI; I I. pbIiI

,> prospect for future: abundance. mainly confined to States where cooperation Leave word at my house and clothe. ..'" .. "'" ". .. .. .. .. .. .. I _i, I be cot
bar before been known r hi. h
ever received. NUBIAN will be called lor and returned. ,
Watermelons have started TEA ply bik
'only In V.rlou'smethod.* for'exterminating . '" :
tt 'tnany local It le*. i iO. the tick are used including transferring "1: bus
*- I. C. baa been the. Ruest of his lobe cattle from pasture ioU pas Satisfaction GuaranteedWILLIAMS1 ciociof an tot mooooooc*ooooo< Q Q[)OCOC yOtOOppa. side tl,

frfende.Mt. and Mr*. Savage, tur'. ture at suitable Intervals. ;and dipping! ."..-- -- .. -- ---: .--= .-- A. CARSON. t. A. CRANFORD. .8. "f t lets
few day and the watermelon. were praying and hand dressing the cattle PrMldant. LUPMB., zthouat
there snL.very fine, and we certainly I with oil and oil emulsion. In section. .. KIDNEY PILLS Vlea.prMld.nt. 1IMntaaT. the
enjoyed the; good i there was in them. where there are large herds and large' Hr overworked you ueyleotwl your 1CIdD.. '.' )liar. "J" I. ies,
.They have: about completed the new ranches dipping on a' large scale' is Keeps, nauud you trouble with' Tour Tour. nervous kidnari and rit bladder m and? ut h
kitchen and: dining room, making one practiced elhe.alooe or In connectlojf Have you P ains lo loins aid,back,sroini and per, rV
.of the most' complete houses in thecountry with pasture rotation, while in Yoa,Wel. .bladder,wpaolally lave under you a flabby tbe eyes anpMranoa.1 Too frequent of thane KISSIMMEE LUMBER co. 101uoft

at large. other sections, where the cattle on a drain lo p.".urln.T It to, Wllliami' Kidney hem'tipft
'1 The Bull Creek people are, a* a rule, some farm frequently consist only ofa "ut. will ours y".-Ai Oaneola rbarmaoy K ,
on the same schedule-slow; but lure cow or an ox team hand dressing Prkedoo. .,.'. d beta,
Prosperity to them doe. not have'the with oil I I. found to be the only practi- orot
'same significance as to the-arlstocrat- cable method # It Is rather
lo portion of our commuuliy Simplicity The damage caused by the licks and an WE HAVE; JUSTRECEIVED Rough and Dressed T fl'dt
in dress and mode of,living I Is I tbe benefits to follow from their eradication ,
their strong point, and though envy -are not generally appreciated 1.rA,. ,Wk Ie.YK Ideal y eg tbU.
f may: :at.. times create Inward trouble, as"a It. Is estimated that 'the Texasfevertick .was
rule trey are satisfied with theirgen Is responsible for about .40.000 pLANrcRe Remedyfor SPa Pine Lumber -

1" eral- '.urroundlngs,, treating friends 000 of loss annually the people of ; HU !A" new and complete line of Drugs i d Inilalnln
and arrangers with a hospitality.which the. infected country, and that it'also I
cause thea-uNt. to feel at.home while lowers the assets of'the South by aQ Constipation and Patent Medicines one of the j rlda,.
". with them;aad., an agent. or showman additional S 23.250O) (). making the i mrtrdnra.uo! +.ttw o, t or
'always finds ready money enough to enormous aggregate, of 903,250,000.' = A I best assortments of .Stationery HOUSE BILLS thewas
pay them for1. 'their .tIojt>urn among wipe out this heavy loss is the objectof A_. SPECIAL TY.IOCMXIOCIOCIOOOCJCOCI .. '
these people. the work now under way, and the 'w1DN ever brought to Kfesimmee; "high I .- ...lOtlOtlptgt : V Ip:set
Tbe oostofHoe at. Lanier li conducted results already accomplished leave no .. :, Indigestion) -------- IOCippOtgtOtOtOsceola' ; C,.

'with an efficiency which does honor to doubt that success is possible thougha jrade Giffars, Tobaccos and Cigarettes ri,C..
the ladies In the Eubanks family. number of year will be required for 1 Ideatecount

i The mall carrier service will change' the completion ,of -the undertaking.Much I Bilious* to suit the most fastidious; ;SSEEp? .County p ;
.hands t>n the firat day of July J. J.Hsrrey : depend upon the cattle owners; . ral 1fsndo

a is to assume' charge of. this Important whgcan either hasten or retard progress ness and Baseball Goods on hand and more ..erparltya.dcell.abtlityFary i
arm of the service The future according .*-4. =
a* they cooperate or ntlfledy
'will' develop the success of his refuse .. coming an 1.k a claaa. bythem.1 1etna. Absjract Company
y op. to assist In the work. ; Sling-shot rubbers for!every -.en and n
erations.' Literature giving full Information asto 3re"nlgcu a.... ,oysp p psls .a.ncoeSdeeetLtbertra.oa: k net4101commr
, 'The Democratic rooster baa btoeJl1.POaecI'to the tick, the disease which boy in Kissirnmee.\ ; Toilet they know tryrrdel.zdpe.rpI. S. :...M
grumble weather conditions transmit. and methods for their caa b. > iIBULLOCK..MANAaERiReal dfl
but as the present. indications cation baa been Issued by the Depart wIt Articles and< all kinds of:,.Druggists'1 i... with '" rain r
'are that rain .Is near at hand has a ment of Agriculture and 'will' be sup . aaaat cheapaeeda estate. ,. led byfror

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'AID nut. present. strong enough lo the Chief of the Bureau of Animal In. act.Bowel, and Blood. Taxea paid for non-residents i fe

lt'" body or mind to continue this article, dUI....)",,, \V..bIQlrt.on, D.. O. ,It takes the place bf'calomel and lea,.* that one 'm'iht.expect |Ito and. coaailaaUoua btMtworih Instruments relating to real estate. pie y
ax will Close with best wishes for the a BO bad afar effects. ho._ + ca"1u'l' drawn '
uooosa of your noted Journal and Its A vital Polar It il Deeded Io. -.5..d Bawd
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. Its bowel Every ailment that It suf Uiildreno; can'be found at. aJI. .
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