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 26, 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: VID00339
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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adjourned' the 'court and everybody J .' :. nY J-C'" -
REMINISCENCES wok. a drink ,
OF M";
During -the autumn following; and .. ., ". .Mr;' 1'r'
while the country' was' still wet from "i'-...." i K
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the storm the first cam -meetloJl'/ In .i": '> .. ) r
Orange county was held just south of I I .', .\ I II I
THE. PIONEER DAYS the present Iron bridge just east of ,;.,..r"I, : '
Ocoee the Orlando and Oakland < .
on ., 'I' '..1 "'.
road. The Sunday afternoon before 'i,' ',- .N.NNN* ..
lhe. -meeting closed-a slxeated ; ." .' 1 I
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rig containing two OUOll'meD-o.mea ... ," 1"'. .
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forgotten-J-with Misses Georgiaand ... ..
South Florid Sentinel of last City of Vera Cru'.-was driven upon now Ella Hughey ladles and -r .. .''t ., '.' r I. . '
:young t.
contained an excellent article on the reefs near at. Augustine and a' and Nellie Martin Misses t .. .. ,. -c: r "
Kate young .
loner day o{Orange county. of hundred lives were lost.. The vessel left the camp ground! for their home In '*.. -ii. .tl1.. ,'.r.,. ,,,-._ ,, .: J-., ,
b this 'section of Otceola then was bound to Galveston from New Banford. After going: some four .. ".
part. The Article while nothe York' with a general cargo ofmerchandise miles they attempted 'to-rro" a neck.between .01. ....W : .1
writtensjby. Mr. Including wine and .... .
was .
suspect two lakes In the neighborhoodof w- "' '" h..
lorrOore, and contains many incl- whiskev. A* the casks and barrels what Is known as Plnelawn. FindIng -t. I,n'. .,. .h1ArY'. ''\,. ,

which will be of Interest to our were driven shore thereensued a the crossing dangerous, and be. .. \. t , 'P .. :a' ,,::"" > .
hr oltlsens, who are familiar with 'lively scramble among the natives for coming frightened, '(the young man .> .'r " a ny r -ft' r" .
condition existing In this section tnelr possession, nearly resulting In . '.;:! ',' .
who was' driving attempted to turd the "r.. ..... 4 . .
that. time.' Lack of ipaoe forbid I. bloodshed many Instances. Prior team,' but suddenly struck deep water. \h... :0.. ., .

s-printing the article In full but we to this storm the extreme west end of A'l four of the young I ladle, one of .'..;- ,''' .( . '. \' ,- I.
rp' the following Interesting ex- I Lake Lucerne wa the deepest part of and both horse were ..1 -' .' .... .,' ,. '.
the men '
together, with the out of Jacob the lake.. The congested. waters In thewestern drowned.young The taller-of the young ., .. ,10.;.." ..' 'I' ..t,I t ..... ..."." .., wI,," .
merlin, which was kindly. loaned! portion of the town broke men remained standing on the seat for t., ;' : ""i' ... ." ... .1. ',.' 44
S.Dtla.l. over near the Intersection of Divisionand I /j1., < '.'I ).. . .' ... ,' "
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bye four hours calling for help. Finallya 'l, ; "V f. .." {;" .- *: . > ,
Log streets, ran across Mr. r i' : '. I, l., "" 'J. ,- "
>> Mr Dann who lived not far away 11I' '. . 'l'" .'. .', , .
ROYAL C. DUNN > ;; dir
rL from the earliest settlement of Or.a Boone's 'place into Lake ..Lpoerne.Where bearing his faint cries, went to his y. ':.,tr', ... fwjt.4: .
Mr Boone'4 Democratic Nominee for Railroad "" t, f .' . ,"
until! hU deatUV perhaps 'no Itcut across grovett ( ;; \I i" '1 ." \ > :
rescue. I, .,'. .
washed out ditch ten feet deep and Commissioner. :. ':'iI''.. ,' .. '
was better known In this section, a .,. , 1 : ,
The two' Misses Hughey had 'lutt ..... '-' ", j". .. L _". ... . .
10 all South Florida, than Jacob twsnty feet wide arrytngthedlrt Into I r : ; .:fo'J'<< .". ,., .
the lake and forming the graduated at the Georgia WeilevanFemale his 'shotgun his Iso .I . ,::iJ'' :;" .\., ; "5... *.
merlin U* made has real bora. peninsula little Martin carried across ;. 'j; I ");1 . .. -t. ... 'Ii,, ;' .f;!' :>-1' C
The ,
the College. In' ,d I'I'' '. ' : ,..... ,, "I ',.
allfaough his home was la the which tlll remain there When ready for Instantaneous use} case m -- I :( .., ., 'f" .t ,0\
which bad girls were daughter of A. C. Martin, should .\ \, 'r'l'\'\ \". 1r >, \ .
and hi* Held of operation the storm ended orange trees sWnford. The deer or wild- turkey appear. .t "{. 'I .
citizen of .f I
Florida in.nla. He built before stood erect were left M. ap angle a prominent Game was plentiful, and what would ,,.( "If' ; ,, 'r ,_ -,' '. ,.'t..,/ .
who 'lost his life clerking '1" ,
of about forty-Ova. de, ,",. Option louoli'm.n was killed the trio contributed to thefamily "'. ,' .... . '
merUD ,Hou.., now kept bjaldwell. Iff 13. DeForest's store In San- be on 'I" 'I.t. _/ I .. .' ..... .. '.
here In those. 'days The ..aroute.Vhea .' ', < .. '
It still bear hliIt was grown I loved all maintenance ) ",. \i'r. '1 : .r
All by
ford. were greatlv ; .
was .the ,beat Mfcown and planters lost the greater portion of .od' the misfortunecast the purchasing was completed the .," ,. ''I": ",( ",,- ," ., < n yG
>PulM hotel in Orange county their crop. The oranges and grapefruit who' knewthem" ,the entire would be packed'away In.the ,),) '.. '! -' ...:. ::1;! ,
I. large**, iu> to the building of, were so badly thorned from the, a gloom over done before.county 'a cart and the home trip mad in a" similar t- ,0, "_ .;,' ; ..i.. ;' : ., \.
of the that of the ; nothtngbad ever I, .: ,
Sanford IXtfts to Uanford. In swaying treeb most manner fl. .. ., . \ .
-earl ,''4JMa---isoab Summerl fruit dropped to the"ground. before: Mr. Robinson tells of'a trphe mad Orlando' was a favorite meeting *' ":: .....:. > .' '. " 1' L; t I"*'
M "oatU Vfl of Florida.. H* matured. Boats were used (n some on horseback In 1878 from Lakeview place for cattle met and cow hunters, .. ,,,;.' ..,.Ii:.. ," .. '":.. .. r ,
ngurated. thaVlfc*>hi ,' trade with cases to gather the corn crop, and the' on the Klsslramre river In Osoeola and when any' considerable number '.,.\ri........,.. "'.''v.... ... I.'. .. . ," .. ,',, ,
bi, m.kl..1'u Aassathe ship sweet potato crop was almost totally then In, Brevard 'countv-to Fort. Bas- congregated there was apt to be something .r' .. '.....,.' i."", .v '.

point>> ,A It.. 01 specially con- doing 'IT was 'I10uDu.u.1\ for .. '.\ ,'''';..4'; ' ''' ,\,!.." .''.to'i! \ '} '' .',, : .\ r, \ ',
cLod schooners intransportation. a man to ride his horse Into I h -" ,' '"',
was- employed : ; ,' \ '1' "
H* rode from r'rI and sit on his horse while making a "'\. ...../ I ..,.,' . i. ? 'i' I" ......!< '4i. ..,"...'
lenient to settlement )a hi. pursing purchase., .Sometime he would ride .. . :.. ,",1\\'., ,'.',.;,'\"II. <" ,t; 'O;:" :,,' ,) :., ,/, .:. .,

trips and bought thousands I Into a saloon to 1111 his gasoline tank .. "'. ..f i' t*,:,:'11I' ";.';/," bead of cattle.. TheRe were -bought and after a few such trip he was readyfor ., ', \I I "- ."" .t

'delivery' at Punta Rasa-therlylng almost any. sort Of a frollo. fIJ" ; '.' ,,, .. ., I, "',. ... it" '.
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them to that I '. 1 ,. ..
....b was the principal curt NINE WHALES STRANDED.. I. \f.'...... ..( f., ;< . ', ..j .'.. !

cy employed In these transaction, _----4 I '.' : f ... ,,'. '
it found ILl Into all ehan "
II of business here it was far more w- Novel Sight on. Mosquito 1 ,v..i ray
w .
ridenoe in all Booth Florida than .' '. '
< American money; Summer:is Inlet. Nar New Smyrna.. .' "

all over the peninsula ,carrying ,. ,. :
gold In his saddlebags, and to a The ebb tide last Saturday night '. ...
cal observer, looking after Itelessly ,as r left nine sperm whales stranded on the
fit .
.. If thee pocket of his beach near the lIah bhou.e'', .&. Mosquito .. .. :' '1

"le-bags had contained .only a Inlet, ''They were Bret discovered ", t'
ore of cloth lo r. Sometimes beat bY: Drr and Mrs. J. R. Rrwllngs, . ., ? i

night in the houses of the who were on the beach at the time. Inquest s. Watch-this space. to.l >> rr
t-i. but oftener on the ground of turtle crawls,'. '
the pine trees. lie would havea They came back to the automobile .. "
fat. take for- a highwayman. clubhouse and reported the discoveryto .' Next week- it will contain a ,
ut he seemed to bear a charmed life. .' anumberofpersons who were them., .
t, one time whilemaking' a trip and the party Jmmedlately. went downto > +

ugh the Gulf counties his- murder where the stranded, whales lay The wonderful tale '" .,. ; .

robber was designed bv 'a ,man whale-were' all, alive .when".tint discovered .. '. '.,;'. ,
o had been told of his habit, but. : but Sunday.. morn Ing sis, of 'f <,
o did not know him, He was I them were dead; the other three'lived Hof how: we are selling goods at : .:

0.11I to have left Tampa with several ill day Sunday, however. '. .
usands of dollars His ,would-be I' '. Sunday night amateur whalers set. -

r having learned the rout. betake to taking the oil from the mammoth such low ,prices.'
W' rode by a circuitous carcasses, Elmer Oliver and a i
to. to Intercept him.' It so bappen-: party of workmen took possession of ,
that a land prospector was on toe I II four while F. S.Sam and workmen, "
Ire. route on horseback,. and this I of New Smyrna: extracted the-oil from ai h.jv
fell into the trap and was kilted.;,i .. the remaining five. It is Impossible to ...'
body was found In the woods and! tell just bow much oil will be taken : :

__ the evidences showed that be was from the mammals, but the workmen "1'1
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victim of a biewwar robbery.I have been busy all the week and bar

rlln escaped,- and 'learning, not ret completed operations .' . i"!
t had happened made a change Thewhales. measured from thirty-. .. .. "
*cown and avoided Interference.He fire to forty-three feet In length and iI'i
; selffom wore a coat. always I.I the welght can only be .estimated. some i *
Iressed coarsely, and would hardlytaken I JACOB. SUMMERUN.Inger .' placing the estimate at eight to ten '.

for a man of wealth who did ton eaob' I .

annual business,.Amounting to a, destroyedThe outlet to the "sink- A distance of fifty miles. There During*the hrst part of the ,week \ '. ,

;. .many thousands .of dollars. hole',' was not sufficient to carry away was not a settler in thecountry; traversed hundreds of persons went to the. ., . native shrewdness and de-. the water and the eastern part. of the or even a trail to follow, 'The Inlet In automobiles, buggies and on I 'f.. : . '
I.. appearance were valuable city embracing Lakes Da vis and. MQ- country.abounded ,In 'wolves, which bloicles to witness the remarkable; ," .""" ;' 'tIt

to a man In, Iq hislid F.rl.od or Lancaster,. was ,one vast made frequent raids upon calves and sight. \\ I. : ''; ..t"Q'; ;) .,. .,. ,
,of operations.. He told- thewiser sheet of water. The neighbors ofs that. young stork It. was not an- uncommon The sperm whale is' the ooh large < '(;'-', >\I'I. '. \\ ,,,,, / \
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at on .time of cattle-buying region went from house to house and I.bloilia those dare for cattlemento whale possessing teeth.,' But one .1 ;!;'\" I. <. .t, :; 1' .. -._
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he maMitbrough Voluila ouuo'". came to town In row-boats.,'.The Conway run down a wolf while rifling the species of sperm whale Is, known. .. .1' '< I:1'. ,:\::.11'LIY"j : ..,,. ?' ., '''t j'<".f'\! i ,( ,
ewsettlerd begun to locate In settlementcould only be retched. wood on cow-huntlog trips Captain When full grown the male reaches a .' .", \ ,': 4,

section, and one of'them had by going over the hill at. the sot th of Abner Johnson then a large cattle owp- length of sUty to feet, but Ii I' .1iie"; 1'i': .
pIII8CI a private hotel.; Be reached Lake' Lancaster It waIL several' ev, lived at Lake view. His home wasat the female Is much smaller, The beadIs '. ". ,"'r-'t; .!' .'j > .. -_ -
point about dinner time. ,inquired the east end Lake and of Immense site, and Is shaped like ,1.. t,1'\ ;, ": ::1.:1"e.,: 'iL1-
months before the water subsided .of Marlon -J if?;: ,',,,,,,,, . .fI," -.. '.,, -.
r be could dinner ,
get and some grain was elongated wedge with the base '_ >
travel resumed Its accustomed route. was known as Us owner, for Its an uppermost : tel "i' :'/ ." .t. ? .
I' bll horse receiving an affirmative Doyle.&:; Brantley kepi store! *t Mel old time. hotpitality. The Captain and the edges free and rounded ,. .)',. ..tT", .."" 114' he proceeded to unsaddle, and I lonvllle Lake Monroe 'a mile from was '. man of large Influence In.his .The blow-bole Is single and situated ,1.L\( '. , ..
1& his saddle pockets sod set them S .. ':..0l\ \ :L:', ;;,-:.. .f "I .
Sanfordj The water on the lake flooded lifetime. This was so great that be at the end of the snout on the left ; >. #t i. .. ; .
side manCvh In them was about I; ',, \ ".oJfJ.'i::} ;W I"f.J .f. ;;0 ...., .:.1"" ; .tt 1
foricatfish and alligators: A five-foot Brevard county established at Lake- and ouch shorter than? the upper, and ., .... '
thousand dollars. He wore nd 'srator' was. killed. behind. the counter In view. The lumber for Its constructionwas the two sides are 'Joined together ante I "r" ".' .i'.j\-.,\I\ ;: .,.ii1i;d.; : ;*" i L '.\. ;'., -; . ,' '. '.' ".":: -

t, the most eonsplolous article of the store, obtained at Moyer'a mill on Lake riorly for .bout.ooe-baUt..leDJI'th.. In II ; ,.: '/.,:,i"'l'f. :>. '. 1' .: : .., '; .. ;.I'W-' .. *-
is ares being a bandana looped Vlr"lnla-ne.r where Rollins College It are emplanted forty four large con- ; ,., .( ..J, : ; ', 1 \. W"" 1 ; ;, :: '
oiib,' his neck. Be a' goodever Apocka was known In those days as I... ,.. ); !fl\:\! ? .'J4Jt. /', '' ''''
got filW1 5j.1'I'.t
Winter lost teeth which the : I.
In "
Park now stands, and was fltjnto pits upper ; , . ': /
"The the Masonic ., . ..
Lodge lodgeIn
only ''' ;'iIi ' ". ' .. ; \
rested for a t.lme. and :when ,' ," : ; .1'& ; .
hauled by, ,.ox team to Lake view-a jaw when the mouth Is closed. I '" ), : ," .. '",
v proceed, asked the hostess how the county being. located II\ that \, ., .... ... ."h'.4''",: ) 'f"". .
There In ,
distance of seventy miles. Captain are no-teeth the upper Jaw 'l"" ;: .1. .\ "
cod he owed her.' She bad sized place; Orange county extended from Johnson subsequently moved to. Orlando The back Is without a fin, but Is raised '. \7 ,,1\'. .'"' .,' ,' '..",.,< .../ I.,;!. ..7.. ....'"..f, 1 .
for what. be the north end of Lake George to a line ." ',.. ry Ya.,' '. ,.',','''''.'' '.j
HP appeared to bet and resided here until his dsath.LakevJew Into a number of fow Irregular 'J. .JjI! ," " .t. .f .
being' kind of heart, the replied about eighteen miles south'of KUsim- .,,' 't': ,;t; ;.JJJ.:, ', 'I$ :";.
obtained nntlonal notoriety. humps posteriorly., The pectoral floe ;. r 1\\ 1 : ;
told.anyou seem to be'having mee. There being no railroads, peo- in i87n on. account of the tamperingwith arJ>road and about six feet long In 'I' ,.. j".J": < .1. '. ..FJ;, S ") " .. .,. ... _.

er hara. life., You may give me ple coming to Orlaodo to attend' court the election returns at that place\ color the sperm" whale is blactcUh .. .. :'1. .: , ,., ... , . .' ; >-
i'eote-It have ." were compelled to bring their . .' ,. ,, ,,11, .;. !,. .. .-, 1 ,
five ii. \ > "
y out of which grew a nootest that bad above and somewhat mottled 'with- ,, r",' ., .
Iou t. them' after arrival .' " ... 1\\
ou 'USIDIl .
td the money off, on- Its influence In both It \, .J"'I"1. .I'.;, ''''''J' ', I" ..
state and national gray below. occurs In an seat ex:* , ,? ,' ,' "
because there were no hotel here and .1 : . "
II the. joke for years afterward. but few privateresidences-.where ait airs. The scheme was managed by cept theArctic and Antarctic,' but 1 iseuenttonally ...... ._ ' .' r.''..N.-' '.' ,< ," _, ", . ,.-",.. .",,I .", ..
one >j ,
B..wa a, man of. marked person- could secure acuomodatlons. '. Attendant Maj.'J.: H. Allen,* leading attorney an animal of the tropics.! I ., ,< .>1,,' ..V ?i'X '" ;' ,...". < ",... ,{' ,' "". . '1< 'I
y great wit and business acumen In this part'Of the -, state. When'the, The herds or shoals are diversified/ In .- .... " 1'' f" 'f' ', "1//"'" .f', i 1'o, ,.'. .
Infallible ID all upon court, except the judge and .. M"" .' ,i" If' I" I }>,," ,. . '... . ., ',
judgment matters United States authorities, took USe character some comprising only ., .. : .... . ., > 'j >> \
laming to the cattle Industry.of lawyers.- :About camped the out during! court there session matter.In bllood ,:'Alleo' was shrewd young bulls, others female and young .,;f'tf''<1"' ...... ...."I"':'.;,. ",t" .. ",. .:;i..i.!: .i' C.go'fJII'.f.( ;fI.c ,f ",<"Y .,'0,,, ', I..'. \ { "l, .'.
camp-Ores wasDnerrymairing ; .
rlda.; 'A more loyal friend- never lenoughto; save himself, although the led by an old bull.. et,. At times the .. .. :"" : jj I ', t,. "jb $,.:..I"; .: 'l'h :I< J" '
all night long., ...-- ; .. .<> '" .
d4'or more generons to one who Uncle Quinn Bass was one of themost case resulted ID'- sending better men; old males are ill-tempered and pug .. ,,' ..,... 'r, .i',<> "t. "..,.... "",, :"t''. 1... ,'... .!!- ." I ..<. .' .r-\."',>:
t be pesdjr. Uls aid In time of :. who made the election return under nacious.- The sperm whale feeds upon i tjC ,I. ).'. It< ... "i'.'., ,'':'r\;,t .P .i ."; .. \. + d : 40'- "'rarTI
pf' these ; ;
extended. thousands of the conspiclous camping'I.' bl.I .::;, .' I' \ 1' ,. '. .. '
was tp. legal ,
pioneers. He 'contributed this advice to prl.oa.10; view large cuttle-fish.1 which; its greatstrength ,, 't''n.\' . .1'1'' : .. ..
I.- ". settlers-who. still revere;'bl. "'fuo' of all the facts In the case.' the sufferers and powerful under teeth are ,'.' . .,,;.. ..g'I; ,.. ., .!;. -: I "' .
_ nightly -makingmorethan' any I ; '.' ,N. ," . ,.... ... ,... ' ',
ory were'.speedily enable from + r
< other one Individual., holding his mock pardoned.Allen supoosed to It dislodge , I .. ,,.,,.. .. ,'" .;,'
rr.O.v; A.;Boone''mentions several court. 'sometimes. through the entire subsequently went to-the Great Westto the rocky retreats at the bottom, of the '", '',. ," 1",.'" ,1' 'J''. " .' .. ,"" : ',' 51I
ideate In the early settlement of night till broad daylight in the. morn- grow up .the"country. :. sea' '--' ,,,- 1 :; : ) :; .; '" .<'*' "' ;

county-most of them, however, of I ing. '..> rOne In 'hee.rlter days,,from the ol'lI'ati-i Sperm whales' yield.from fire to 145/ '."'.. ,- .".' ". ,
sal interest, and not restricted, to I. night he "ordered" the' circuit" isation of the town-to about 1880 Orlando barrels of oil. -The average ) leld is ,.. .; .' '
undo proper.. .They are so closely Judge brought before him for trial on was headquarters and--base of forty-five barrels and It Is said to be I ,. ,
otlfled with the to"Ot however, that II a "belooa.cb.rp.'.'.. He was tried before supplies for most of the region' to the worth la the. neighborhood of 91.60 .. ,:r-:

av nut out of" ace with .this a Jury, found' guilty\ and Judge southward as far as Baasenger on.'the: I per barrel.-Daytona Gazette-News.;. 9. .

Mctlon.--August 28th, 1878. .eawoommeabentent Quinn sentenced him to be locked up Klstlmmeeriver, and eastward to the -
of -storm that liD. closet-untll he should com across St., Johns. Among the cattle men of -
_ted IUtl-{ x 'hour' Early .In' the with a gallon of the best. old rye to be those da ... somellyelv characters. Silver Wedding Celebrated.Mr. ::: '

Inorratn began to fall aooom 'bad In the burgh- People from the south" for a hundred and' Mrs J. K. Billiard .celebrated -
ned\ by a high wind, The storm At another' session Dave.'l'bruhe.. wiles came here to do their trading. their twenty-fifth wedding anni c. W.DANN -

from the east. .All over the was standing a dry goods box addressing I The regulation. eoDv.y..D081or..he trip ..ra.t-.Ih,,. wedding'-last Friday :: ,
ry f noes were blown down. Few the. Court., He dropped some was a pony and .a. two-wheeled cart. .evening' their home on Ullllard's _
pl* left< their homes During< the remark: that lodge Quinn did not like, ''I The roads' were' not the best and travel Island. A bountiful repast was served , .

_ B. 80 mvbh .rain was, fallingIt whereupon the Judge proceeded to Instruct 1 was ,slow. Frequently 'an entire which wa enjoyed bjr all. After +,
was, with difficulty that. fuel him as to how he'should, "ad- family would' come together, 'camp the guests assembled In thep.rlDe f' '.

b* procured for cooking pur- dress the Court.", Dave replied'' that light-sood woods at any place where supper and were entertained with some \ ,r iI'' .V.i" ; ...'
There,was hardly a bone la the court wa an' "Illiterate Ignoram- \ and waterwere convenient. beautiful selections on Mr. C. L. BII- .. THE'OUTFITTJ.R" f'o '''
o ?but was wet through and .*." He received for' hi. Impudencethe lID some eases the trip to Orlando and llard's new Edison phonograph and .. ..... .. .'1' '
II.I. his house, as good as .right fist of Jndcw Quinn that sent i return'' would consume three or four piano selection bvMlss Blanche Lan t. .... ... . ... ...'
at la:time' the wind:;drove hires somersault off the box almost days. 'Usually the. wife and children caster.'. Those present were Mr. and ... ';0/4. r.. t"' "f I'. _,4 '>i''I',
In volume that .It ranroom Into the log-heap fire where the sweet- [ would ride In the cart., and the bead of Mrs. E: F; Masters. 'Mr- and" Mrs. I* .- '". '-' .. ""4"!" -

i and Into the fireplace ;potatoes were roasting and tin* beef Ui* family on:the ponysilting on a 1 a. Coboon Mr., Ira Wetberbee and ,.,,j. .i..,.".-:::' .,, ,',' '
: .
flay oou1d .not make fire. saddle, with his feet resting the .
a ,wa* .being barbecued.- this point .on fami/j and. Miss Blanch Lancaster "

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Senator J Seph' n: ForaVe-r ot Ohio 'OF'' NEW

was nominated by C, .B. McCoy fCoshocton SHERMAN YORK _

W. O. Emery ot Macon. Ca) anegro. -

ma4e the 'seconding speech for Nominated. for, the Vice Preii-
Senator' Foraker.

nator.Phllander C. Knox (If Pennsylvania dency by the Republicans.

} was nominated by Robert S. .
Murphy. The seconding speech in behalf "

In Convention in. Chicago-He Receives Nomination on of Senator Knox was'made by Ja*. CONVENTION IS ADJOURNED,
Danville Pa.
Scarlett of I
Senator LaFollette was nominatedby

- the First .Ballot Over Six. .Asp rlJlts.! ': .' Mr. Henry F Coleman of. Milwau Speaker Joseph Cannon Mad Seconding

: kee.After and Wee Given. Great P. .
_ states., with. no response the chair tion-Only, Oa Vote Noco.oary.Chicago : ..

r announced the nominations clos
man ---

'$ SUCCESSFULLY CARRIED : ed. The vote was taken 'and William 111.-With Congressman

/ .SCHEDULE *, H. Tart:of Ohio .was nominated on the James S. Sherman of New York

first \balloU, \ chosen ft* vice presidential candidate,
Nine hundred and seventy-eight
and running mate of Secretary Taft. '
votes were cast as follows; the republican national convention ol ,

_ 3 The'Vote By the Delegates Given Knox:, Hughes;. Cannon, Fairbanks,.' La Foliette and. Taft Knox ....,., .'. .. ".. ..., .a1.' 702 68 '1908 final passed session Into Mapted history less Friday Ulan The two ._-_ _Y

Hughes . . : 67 being taken at HARRY 8. NEW., ,
Unanimous hours adjournment
Foraker Was Small-Taft Nomination Was -Proceedings '
; Cannon 4. . ,. 68 11:47 -, Of Icdiana.
Fa'fbanks 40 : a.m.Ameng He called tlto Convention order, J,.
at the convention
.. and Incidents of the Great, Convention.. .LaFoieta: : . 25 : the early arrivals Cannpn. ,
I Joseph
1 Foraker <. ''. .d . 14 was. Speaker WILTIAM'H. ., "; I'' '
He' entered unobserved and when noticed LIFE OF TAFT. <
Roosevelt . . . 3 .,
the delegation 'I
'-"Hurrah for Taft!." went with by r'W
r Chicago III.-The national convcnon ,nectlcut, -who announced Honorable i making'tbs hour 10 o'clock Thursday such force that it shook the building u-p round after round of applause.! Born of DUUnguUhod ParonUgJ9Ho, i t
<| of the republican) party to nominate I Henry Calvert'Lodgo; of Massachusettsas morning The amendment was adopted .The Chairman Lodge culled this convention . ", .'
band Star Spangled
.. its candidates, for president and permanent chairman end with this ) and (convention adjourned. Banner' and the crowd joined Sn singing to order at 10 a. m. Rabbi Schan- Had Every Opportunity for Succ.... :
rw vice president and adopt Us platform, exception the temporary officers to be I .. the national anthem. General farber of Chicago made the opening{ In the campaign In support ot Wit-

'! was held Tuesday WrJui-'Bday. Thu s- permanent> oI cers. Tbht1 announcement -1 l' .Thursday.I Woodford of :New York ansi Senator prayer. Ham Howard Taft for the presidency' pi
.day and Friday: On tko first obal t was greeted by great applause.. I I The ,thlrd 'day's''session of the con- Penrosa of Pennsylvania' moved the' The chairman at the conclusion of there was no opportunity) to. arouse' \\
Secretary of War William Howatd ; moat 'of the delegates were nomination of William H. Taft be the prayer stated that he desired to popular enthusiasm by appeals to that

Taft of Ohio was nominated. ID: I' tardy la arriving It was 10:17 beforeall m de' unanimous. Mr. Boutell of 1\\- I make .a 'formal announcement which sort of sentiment which finds its basis

DOI lnaUo".was then made unanimous. were seated and Chairman Lodge j jlinols seconded?the motion which was bad been overlooked 'In the rush of the and Inspiration' in admiration for t
Toe proceeds of the convention follow -, called the convention to order. closing( hours of Thursday, /the mao'who comes from most bunible'beginnings '
put by aho ch rman and carried with
} j y Rev, John Wesley Hill of New York -_. -- )' emlnAce
-- to positions of
t i a shout. It way on motion of Senator I
Tuesday. city opened the session-with prayer.Senator }'ultonol, Oregon that the conventiontook and trust. 110 did not follow the plow ,

J l The convention was called l to order j \ I I'l tho chairman Hopkins and was presented recognized the ,ma by a recess at S:22: p. m.. until Friday t.\ in his boyhood. He was no rallsplltter ;,

"y Harry a. New of Indiana chairman jority the of at 10 _a. m. 4n )his early manhood. lie never trod'' ,,
report. on platform
_ republican national committee at I the paths .of the canal. Hanover pondered
republican party to tile convention. THE BEPUBLICAN PLATFORM.
IX:18 noon. After a flashlight picture I' When 'anti-injunction plank .\\,81'\ !' affairs of state and destiny
bad been taken of the convention while working at the mechanic's bench ,
I read the words "integrity of tbe Has flank on Every Subject of National
Chairman :New spoke as follows: ; courts" brought forth applause There > importance. or whV.e.: plying the tailor's-needle. No
"The hour has arrived for the | eloquent campaign orator can, arouse
repre. "
V were erica tat "no no. when the suggestion The platform
; new of the republican
d swmtativea of the republican party to enthusiastic crowds by pointing to Mr. .
was made that necessity existed party was adopted -by the convenltonThursday.
'sneet In Its fourteenth national conven. i Taft as an illustration of what may
1 [ for a change In tbs present manner -
platform's new
( Lion at the end of almost twelve con be accomplished the poor boy'who1makes '
\\\t' \ : i\\ of Issuing Injunctions However paragraphs deal with the history and .
sec utiva. years of the most brilliant administration ; \ hi. own way In the world'JWe-! g.
the conclusion the
in the history of the : . ot reading of the achievements of the republican! party 't* cornea a "self-made man" and theiris
% k'k' I plank generously/ applauded. Lit saying it has reached the highest, ad.
candidate for
(b world.,- There are those present In I tie attention was paid by the delegates i presented as a publlo ;
vancement under the leadership ot
( thI. audience today who participated to the support and public office.
remaining' planks of the
: platI '
in tbs party's first convention and tho : ., I form Roosevelt Mr. Taft began life with every 'advantage :.
and during the the dis-
It refers to the opportunity for all Nf
t accomplishments Of that party within ; I given to the son of affluence
\ cusslon-amoug themselves Of the anti-
r so 4>rlef a span as the life, of men yet I :. ,,' Injunction plank eeemed to be people under. our government and t and refinement. It Is, of course to..
belief. We occupy speaks of'the revival of business and his credit that affluence' and refinement
living are almost beyond : "'J ".Ii&:I ing their time. The reading the ma- ,
jJ. here to In what commends con'greis tor the recent leg a did not spoil him as so
are our l pride William II. 1>rt. jority report on, platform was finely ,, many ,
; baa been done, to approve the achievements concluded. lalatlon. _ boys In similar circumstances have '
of the part .and mode, especially Senator Lodge was eaeori: d to the I The Under pledges for the' future, the. I been spoiled. Ills antecedents were'

to .commend end endorse the administration platform and began his speech to the I' minority report disagreeing in following pianks! are given: : of a line of scholars and careful hon. '
regard .
to tariff railroads
: Tariff bureaus for revision by -
of Theodore !Roosevelt' can veil tOu. est money-making and successfulpro.
Injunction trials in
and those policies which under his I Mr. Lodge,> trim, and business-like and contempt cases session following, the inauguration feptflonal gentlemen. His grandfather '
:- splendid administration have become looked as from a later generation than presented by Representative of the president. was an honored lawmaker and, a aftan '
[ Cooper. As a substitute he offered ,
known to the people of this land as the 'the white-haired retiring chairman. platform known the "La Favors fixing the maximum and fi. ,e. I ward even more honored judge in Now, '
politics of 'square deaL' His voice too bad that resonant New as Folette minimum rates to be administered by England. When William H. Taft was '

His men(Ion -of the name of President England twang which made it ring I Platform the On vote the majority report the president under limitation. James..S. Sborman. born his father had already attaineda
Roosevelt was greeted with a out to the further corners of the gal on platform was adopted. | Currency-Approves the Vreelandbill -- -- -- posion: of prominence at the .bar In
"The 'business '
leries. next Is the presen- a. an emergency< measure and declares "It Is my pleasure to announce to
chorus of cheers, wh'ih, was Ohio. The father the Honorable Alfonso
"The fervid fancy of I lotion of names of candidates for the for a new system, for affording you that you have nominated for the '
quickly suppressed by the chairman.He an uneasy Taft became a judge went IntC&
Introduced Bishop\ Muldoon of dream" was his Indictment hurled' "of president of the United more elastic":). presidency for the- term beginning Grant' cabinet and finally rounded
t' i States, said Chairman Lodge at 12:45 Postal Savings Favors the establishment March 4, 1909 the Honorable, William
Chicago, who. recited tbe Lord'sprayer agaa: the visionary policies of oppo- out his public career In the diplomat
p. m., and there was a great cheer. Howard Ohio.
of postal savings banks. Taft of
parties.: i ,
; service serving as minister to Austrl&and :
The 'The clerk will call the roll." j I Trusts-Amendments to tbe Sherman On motion speeches nominating had died
Secretary John Maloy ot Ohio read applause hardly away I I II afterwards as minister to Russia.In .
the call for the convention. At theconclusion when Mr. Lodge launched his sentence i j of states clerk ami ran there rapidly down the listi law giving The federal government : didatestor'' the vice presidency were 1874, young Tatt entered Ya''.. Asa '
no response limited minutes.
to ten
of the reading of tbe call which electrified the assemblage Into'until Illinois greater SUI.e1'1slon.Beeure matter of course he was known-at *-i
Ohalrman New announced lt* first real demonstration of wild was reaphed. greater publicity ID management nominated ConXreasinauJames J
that the I Then of flrvit, merely a. the son of one of the-
Representative Boutell liltnos Schbolcraft Sherman of New '
republican national commutes bad, enthusiasm. > the nominate of corporation. dlst'lnguuhed! men ct tbe nation. 8o swept to platform to | York
recommended Senator J. C. Burrows "The president. exclaimed Mr. however be established a record for '
of Michigan: for temporary chairman. : Lodge, "is the beat abused and most Speaker The enthusiastic Cannon. cheers oulck-. pledge ''to the' laws for the safety' otemployes. I When Speaker Cannon seconded the himself ass young man of ,highest ,
were of the
nomination was given one
Mr. Burrows popular man In the United States to- sterling wide "
was'chosen cheers
among ': ability honesty'and diversity
;,.ly hushed Mr. Ooutell held his
ag given
up most enthusiastic receptions
from lie'1I0wed day." i Wage Earners-Effort to lighten ) ;
4heMichigan delegates. of talents. Outside of his
his acknowledgment., and steped This was the long-awaited signal.\ hand.for attetnion and began. hi. address their burden by Increased .0PJ> rt'Unlt> any man during the convention. as the son of his father'be I k

' to the front of tile platform and began '; Instantly a shout broke from the gal. for labor where possible Congressman Sherman's nominationgot first attracted attention as an .athlete '
Just !.Ir, Bout ell commenced his
4s bill "keynote"'address. lIe spoke ; ierles; and was echoed back from the {j as i The republican party will at all before the convention first owingto l For a time he gave considerable ..
i address Chairman
Lodge yielded the Delaware
Senator DuPout of yielding
(or one hour and ten minutes and floor at first only a tempest* of de. tiaies: uphold the authority and integrity attention to athletics. But he bad
among other things referred &) the 1' tached yells and catcalls'snd shouts j; gavel Senator Heyburn of Idaho. of the courts elate and. federal his 'state's choice of a candidate to earned exemption from tbe more Imperative '
The mention of the Presl-
growth of the country during the past of "Teddy.'' but gradually' gathering !| name of and will eve.r insist, that their New York. demands of field sports and,he' .
dent the called
Roosevelt by Chairman
ministration force and volume until It swelled to i i I powers to enforce |heir' process at.d Lodge at this point surrendered became one of the most earnest anrd
out a burst of cheers which soon died <' chair P. A Dennlson
the to .
four years under, the republican' 'ad- a .w1 rlwlnd 'of sound and motion, as 'to protect life liberty 'and property' successful students.. Just before he.. ,r
however.'The .
lie delegates and away, shall be preserved Inviolate. 'We b.. of Illinois, a spectator.Thoruaa .
the spectators rose en
referredbriefly to advance- became of age be finished his university .
mention of the of Cannon,
name pil ve.! however: the rule ot procedure N. McCarthy of New Jersey
went made la the nine great executive masse mounting chairs waving banners '| course and was graduated'secondIn '
departments of tbe government,' !. hats, handkerchiefs, flags newspapers was tbe signal for an uprising of the',,3n the federal court., with respect to nominated former Governor Franklin a class! of ii::. members. :
Illinois delegation. They mounted [issuance o.r.. the writ -Injunction, MuFpbyOf. that state. '
In referring to the proposed sntisnjunctlon -anything which could be seized i ; Mr. Taft entered at once upon the
their chairs for-a few secondscheered which
At this point vote was taken
plank la the upon to aid turbulence to the scene. pshpuld\ 'be-more accurately defined by of meantime
republicanplatform study law, securing a considerable
and sat down Inside of few follows Sherman
a sec
resulted : 816
statute and that no Injunction or tent as
Senator Amid the tumult the band struck
; Burrows stated."The .-" t
? amount of experience as re
onds., Here and there throughout; the 1 I Murphy 77. Guild Sheldon 10 Fairbanks
j ,
porary'restraining order.should be issued
t'opub!lcan'party has up but the'clach 'brassuand drum. i lie from the'' '
no I graduated
sympathy porter was
{ hall a flag of handkercu was raised-, .1 Absent I. Sherman's election
k ,, with that spirit which would diVest was completely lost In.\ .the babble of i six of the ,New York without notice except irreparable unanimous. Cincinnati law school in 1880 and'soon'' '
or seven delegation \ made
'1 from was
the courts. of, their constitutional sound whkft. welled from 14,000 injury would 'result : delay in
up j i ithroats. I JoinIng' In. Illinois cheered In.. Governor SheldonoP Nebraska re- after entered upon the practice.or his ,
which case a speedy hearing:; thereafter -
powers Impeach their '.
or From time
Integrity. profession that tasthls.his .
loyal fashion, but Its following was ceived his vote from Wisconsin, West
This was greeted with I I' For the first minute Senator' Lodge -should be granted. '
probably the career has been a continued oollr.eor I
i scant and the entire demonstration'' Virginia gave Vice.Prt'sldnt Fairbanks
Rural Delivery-Favors the extension ,
greatest demonstration of the .first I stood waiting to proceed occasionally I and
'' honor success preferment.
in two minute's.Cannon's bis .
was over exactly "ote.Following
day's senlon. Briefly he referred I: raising his hand for silence, only to of free rural delivery of.mails, only
toaril j I I nomination was seconded the vote large first public: office was the position of ;,
a picture
( :: revision the rocentdnancial : awaken defiant yell twice louder ,i Rights of the Negro-CoDdemn all .'
disturbance : a assistant prosecuting attorney of Hamilton
by Representative Fordney of M' of Sherman wa. produced and the
the San than before. devices that have for their real aim '
Domingo Incident: t county, Ohio; Ills subsequent i
convention In for five
and the establishment of .a merchant A full three-quarters of an hour had the dIsfranchisement of negroe; .- an uproar offices were: Collector ot Internal revenue ,.
Governor Hanley of Indiana minute.
marina in of latter j passed In this confusion was i| Natural Resources-Indorse the ,
speaking the subject bewildering I judge of superior court solicitor
next the floor and of
given nominated Judson W. Lyon Georgia was rec
the words "no of sight and sounds. For time fear I movement inaugurated by the adminiitration .
bemused a
flag 'wlll'tak. Vice President Fairbanks. lie had I Idifliculty Ii ognised and made the motlbn to adjourn general ot the United States under
the place of but Jibe Bag ot American Indepen' Imminent. Put the political generals resources. federal district" governor-gt-upWai. of wi,
delegates. Mayor Bookwalter of elt' 11:47: a.
dence." At this give the' enthusiasm -i: In-1 I I!L Army and Navy-Preparedness .for m. "
point the senator I were glad tQ pent-up dlanapolls' seconded Falrbank's noml- The band played "The Star Span- the Philippines finally becoming secretary f I'\\

concluded his speech and was greeted of the multitude this outlet of I I I nation. taking occasion to censure the j, war. insuring peace gled Banner" the delegates left the of war January 1, 1604. .. '.. l' :

.' with m terrific applause.tAfayetts ; ,. expression, and at no time was there I delegates: and the audience for Inattention i I I Protection Americans Abroad--Com- ball and the republican -national con In point of historic Interest,, the :> '

13. Gleason ot New York i I the sjlghtest' apprehension among during the nominating speech. mend tbe administration for the effort vention of 1908 bad made its into placing of Mr. Taft's name at the _'

read t'be'Ult of temporary officers rec- !> them- that the well-devised plan. Then General Steward L. Woodford'1 I to protect American citizens abroad. history. way head of the republican national, ticket:,'

.mm"' tbe republican committee would miscarry Uy some overpowering arose to nominate Governor Hughes.He Extension of- Foreign Commerce- _ _ marks the practical closing of the pub-; ,
and the list was approved. movement. Frank II. Hitchcock cheered Steps.for Increasing merchant. marine. s7JHEBiUN. lie usefulness fci high positions of the ,
was lustily by members of LIFE OF JAMES
ReprsenUtlve S. E. j the Taft moved about the I I 'Veterans-Increased pensions for .
Payne of New I manager. the New York delegation in which |r great majority of the soldiers of Civil. ; i
York offered the resolution that the floor, smiling as the tumult was at Us i several other sections 'of the hall I veterans of all Wars. For Twenty Years From war days. .1 ::1 ,

4.. convention be guided by the rules of height joined.' There was no seconding.'I'. Other planks favor the *sta tie convention ot four f"'- "The cheers for Roosevelt today wl'l ) men ot a bureau of mines and mlnI -
:years ago un speech for Governor'Hughes and the ;! James Schoolcraft Sherman is nearly life, 'Mr. Taft is a model of all
til permanently' organized.\ It was befor, Tart tomorrow," said be with roll call was resumed I,'I Ing greater efficiency In health agen'cles. 53 years of age and has had twen- that I. upright honest, devoted and
adopted.Theroll. I confidence. Ohio!" called the clerk : loyal. He has a most interesting- '
I ty service In .
'w call of the states With the subsiding of the Roosevelt I I I It is recommended that the hundredth years congress.Us *
was dispensed The response was electric. Ohio Is a citizen -of Utica, N. Y.. and family and leads a life of.mOllt com* .
wkh: on motion of Senator storm, Senator Lodge completed his anniversary or Llncoctll.bIrth..
gave a yell, the neighboring delega-1 rs plete.domestic happiness. In -1888'h. ,
I at present a for the
Lodge< and the names of delegates se I stirring speech and. then the convention tlon's except Illinois and Indiana fol-i I, February 12, 1900.., be observed as a twenty-seventh New congressman York congresnion"sU married Mica Helen Herror daughter j'
,. lected'to acton the different committees turned to the reports of the other lowed on. and for a brief period the I patriotic holl a1. district which ,Js composed of Herk- of the Honorable John W. Hsrror, o'Ii:
were handed to the committees That rules and order The platform ends with a reference
secretary. On on uproar was. deafening | Imerand Onelder eountbea.Mr. Cincinnati. They have' three children.
motion of Senator DuPont of Delaware I{ ot business brought a majority report Representative Theodore E. Burton !I to tbs difference between republicanand Sherman was horn In Utica, October Mr. Taft entered upon' the csnvaas1' ?...'

meet Wednesday at 12 noon.Wsdnssday. James Francis-Burke of Pennsylvania I i Taft walked to the front of the platform ment. and collegiate education. character splendid physlqusV'' ..fluescholarship ;.

-- reducing the representation of states in the midst of another wild He was graduated from Hamilton .' broad experience la. goT ,-.. .

.'.. I; to a basis of the republican votes cast I demonstration fromthe, Ohio delegates college with the class of 1879. and was ernment affairs, and Intimate acquahrv
Convention called to order by Temporary I by those states. Mr. Burke presented, and their friendsX admitted to practice jaw In 1880. tance with the dutlea of- the position, .J,

Chairman Burrows at 12:20: p. 'i, a minority report. In which seventeen As Mr. Burton neared the end of his In addition to being a practicing law for which he aspires He possesses the .j '

an. Invocation by Rev. William O. 'of the states concurred. speech a perfect stillness pervaded the yer he is president of the Utica confidence of the country as a man of ,r'

Walters of Chicago j I 'A sharp'contest occurred on this cbam.ber-Ue assured his hearers that Trust and Deposit company, and also high character, ot purity of private. *'.

Harry Dougherty of Ohio from the '' question, bringing for the first time | whether In war.or in peace Secretary of the New Hartford Canning com life and remarkable success in his .5 '

committee on credentials, asked for '; before the convention aom< of its best Taft as chief magistrate would guide pany. public career. While Ills nomination';f

recognition'and' announced that com- I J' known- orators, including' Burke of j I the destinies of the nation "with a He was mayor of Utica In 1884. has been practically forced upon him .;;

: snttte had been In continual session' Pennsylvania, Governor 'VII.on. of''!I strong hand and "with a gentle patriotic He was a delegate to the Republican his party by President Hfoossvelt,"',

throughout the night and would be'I| Kentucky. Klefer of Ohio, ex-Governor heart national convention In 1882; chairman there in not the least ,concluO e evl-.,

able to present its report within an i Herrick Of Oht3: Remmel of Arksasas t j jI '.-And .o," said he, ,...tod&".. In 'thepresence of the New York state republican conventions deuce that, were the matter left to the '-

'. .Gur. _While waiting for this report I, Uucklng'ham of Illinois Wadsworth of I of ten thousand persons, and In 1895 and in 1900. and was cool judgment of party leaders and deelded -"><

there was a parade through th* convention New York Mudd of Maryland sx.Governor tbe inspiring thought o( the well-nigh chairman: of the national. republican upon the basis of popularity. audi'

hall of local and vi.ttlng I Iarcbtng I Warmouth. of Louisiana, and the ten thousand times ten thousand who congressional committee in 1906, and avallablliay; Mr. Taft would have snor'S

club. Senator Fulton of{: negro from Georgia, Henry Johnson. dwell within. our borders. I name for 'now occupies this position. ceeded In a race for the nomination.'''

Oregon then presented ths< report and 'The' resolution was finally defeatedby the' -presidency' that perfect type of Congressman Sherman is a recognized However. If Taft shall be elected he' '

permanent roll of the delegates. It the close vote of S06 against 471. American manhood the peerless representative leader of the house of .representatives ,is likely to make a good'president,. ,

'waa- adopted In quick order. .Senator Warren of'Wyomtag. moved of the noblest ideas la our and has many of the most important honest In purpose persistent sn effort..ifi
*The report of the committee on permanent that a recess be taken until o'clockWednesday national life-William II.,.Taft.I" : committee assignments.Hs successful in securing a large share'of,i

organization was presented by night. Governor Fort OhaJrman Charles F. Brooker ot Con- New Jersey offered aa amendment onded Tan.'. nomination. I '1'att.8paleD I : 'I
. rule., and one of Speaker Cannon's the dignity'ot.his elevated. poaJBon.rr; \. .

.,, ,Convention Comment., f.; 'Tbs republicans' In Chicago what- Chairman Burrows- Interrupted the New _.York. .delegates were placed! closest!' adviser. Asher .C. Hinds, parliamentarian? ol." .

..' 'WbyT Ulllt convention?.Wouldn't ever their' feelings may. be' realize regular order. 'Of. business long tn' an unsettled and 'somewhat,'embar; Convention Echoes. the convention acts as coach on parlfc-V' '

raUflcattkn. be 'more.., appropriate that they must :recoDdle"tbem..elyes enough to introduce to the convention rasslng po.lUon-pledred to .the sup amentary tangles for Speaker CanaDa,.
t ChicagoRecordHerald.. .' . to the fact that the guide of the national Henry Baker of Minnesota, and James port of Governor Hughes for tbe pres- 'The mammoth'platform in
'- '-. .No-' doubt Mr. Hitchcock Is headed convention-will be"the; voice D. Conner of )Indiana. two gray-beard, kiential nomination"but ,more or lesaOpenIT hall i was 200 feet square'and rated as the >best authority; on parlls-t Mmentary.procedure

Joward a cabinet position"-.Washing.ton on. the p1l0neaII'4 that the white ed ,veterans of the ,party-who were d88lrou.,'.. far a. the personal accommodated 1,800 people. Inthe country.Htsexperience

r Star -V r house yrograni<< will, be put through delegates to the first* republican convention preference of most .ot the delegates The, banking Interests, the corpora- and knowledge of'"preee-

--t- .... Th. noiseless run Is a' thunderclap On roller skates.!! -Ne-w Orleans State. In 1866. Messrs. Baker and Is.concerned, of .ecurlnc-tbe,nomina. time 'representatives'were solidly for'Tan dents were of Abe greatest ,"Iue./tea'

_.J- Ide..ome of the booms Chicago. Senator: Barrows' speech reads 'Very'mU 'Conner were greeted with' continuing tion'\ of Representative Sherman .for. 'They. are saidtcr have been authorized the presiding officer _

fewYork American. .' <'h .like that part of a president's rounds of applause as they stepped to rice.'president. 1 .: \ to spend prevent Secretary Malloy's pronunciation' j

-.' .The platform makers for thsChlcaco message which deals with the work of the froot',of ,the platform .and-4. >.owed. : Krery precaution for,quick-egress in Roosevelt'., third' tetm ,agitation.. .. Hawaii during e reading' of the call :
< > convention will be unequal to their the Tarlou, executive departments.. their j acknowledgments.- / '
_-r 9. .task. Jll 5 eJ"fall..t.o'clala the abundant Chattanooga! Times. -.' ex-Mayor Seth Low of N.w' York convention! hall. Exits were numerous an aerial' platform In trout of the called it ""Haw-waw/" m.r4neut.fle./

I Larv.sIthat ts> promised as an aohlsvI .-J If Insurgent Cannon could" only was mentioned In connetclcnr with the 'aad plainly, marked"and a tunnel rostrums, buzzeron:, the chairman's said it the '

'> ,'._set P, the jepubricma party-.and'"thsarJfrVtpblla4sTphla dle, things in' Chicago as be ban'J vice presidential nomlnation"eafly. >la. ] led .out of the building, from'the-cen table' enabled him to control the lauslq helri le approval laughter delegatesxpr'and '. '
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.I * .. | ; take:'toy advice,'.you, will n'Ot'...t4InIl I. It Do .noH suffer
: .to,Albany streets: c.-.J. t:1 : there may be peo-. ..
I .4' .HE'C'C WABD.iUOR j? pl vthere bn, the lookout"" ,'II) Editor, Jerome Jones of the Journal with aeyiare':

I-I-' AN.-O'.N" ,e of lAbor> of Atlanta O*., introduced Headaches
: CziAPTER. XXix. !a': resolution( at the session of ,theGeorgia r
I' 11- Federation of Labor In ,aes-
\.ii A TiLE OF(f gQHKT iiMESS.) !oaf! ; the Flight.) Ion ..t Macon Ga, praising.president when, ; ; ..,
_. When John >:; dair'left'
a. f .. .1. d.' laid that Injunction upon his of the employers' HabUtty: ,act and for
.w By JAMES PAVJ'4.' ag., wife to pack up all that; was neceaaary what he has done for the union organ-.

e- .. -'Itia..a111.eaa..II/a..1t/! 1i! 'I for departure within a fe.'ho\1n. ha tsatlona'lb' general
.._._._.a/Laas e._.. .._._ e.rtreee.a . i was not disobeyed. She had been la : Oat mag was. killed and many: are 1 rI
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I readiness for some such emergency reported tto bare been Injured byauBxploslon ,
? % ; -'N l-In 'the least, since I sin I for.many days. Even that plea of hla that blew up the DuPont L I A ":

your wife nor your child..r' of an invalid ,.carriage.for little Willie Powder company's neutralising plant' ,
at Lou leNi. twenty miles south ot'
!" your words convince me that j had been In some sort anticipated.'
If Denver Several. person are also reported
ru leas than two hours after he had 0. _.
: on the right track. Since you missing.M. !

r 1' .' ."-at have a witness so much the ; left the house, everything was' prepared . ''f. Bramley ot Cleveland: , Onto Will, Cue' You.The .
:' for you. I am here to saythat for flight Including 'arrangements who la the president ot the _C..lanelTrlold&.4
4, for Ilrer I* the mall1 ng for the whole body. To cnepeet P
; committed i the transport of the sick: keep
r' 'It' Is I an Infamy Paring company, has pleaded good health one moat liver la good order. To do so, ,
: I I do. not confess it,. but j child. There was haste, but no precipitation guilty to three of seven Indictment a regulator is needed. Iierbtne will put your liver In the condition .'
that you should be a" good and; above air.; no fear. against him. charting brlber.ot former It should be and you will not suffer from headaches.
T : of what'la Infamous?" When Irton said to Adalr,,, "It. you member ot the board ,of public "

had' : are.-my ,wife and child," take my advice you will not,retum service, In connection with the East A POSITIVE CURE
1 K' r i .'Adalr. passionately., "They to Albany street,. there jnay be people Broad street paving contract, and was
, : '.'!" ..iJOI n> fined 9500 on each or a total ot 11.115. CONSTIPATION CHILLS"AND
been lured away from home by on the lookout for you; he had FOR ,
{ which
( lef including .
' not spoken than the truth cost., was. p'C1mplly'pIlei. !
machinations. Where are more ; MALARIA
1jf ,
they were people In Sophy's Interest.
", him. I cannot tell you." There had been help within call next Thomas( Hagen or Hage. a' mariner AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.. .
door for-weeks. Adair had held his atataoned at League Island navy yard "
is a lie. With your witness \
,, . it t. perhaps, actionable to liberty on sufferance and would have In was a .killed.lIt.rouDdut: by \a( blow: with over"JohnnyHo the heart rsur. Has Done A 'World ,Of Good. A
No matter I It been arrested on the Instant had despair .
so.( ; repeat a local pugilist, on board the battleship
', now .," of fury driven him to menace. ..Mississippi.' Mr C. ti. rhtllcy Marble Falls.. Texaa.,"writesJ "I ,haTe ,
to can do 80 without fear air," Sophy or the child. James BryceJ British ambassador to used Uerbtne and find It the beat 1 Tel' oorreotlTe+ I have ever

t was the lawyer Indifferently;, It la difficult therefore, to under-. the United States, addressed (00 memo tried. It; done my family aa well a* myself. a world of good,
+ ,'. and I recommend It to all friends. I never. suffer ;,Jrom
John' my .
does not -brlns civil action rate the.8enl. of toss w1&lclMr.. bera of the- graduating class of the "
pi '.,",, ; criminals." Adair experienced when, on coming University ot Wisconsin ills subject headaches anymore. ..
.", tit all') That is of a piece home at one o'clock: (he bad one vlr> was.' 'University\ ollectlona in Alter 50c WILL BUY IT.
-1i. saw tube was" punctual)_he' found Lifer
your whole behavior to me; you
She gone about defaming my char both wife and child bad' flown. lie" The Russian duma firmly reasserted Ballard .Snow Liniment ,.Co. .
; rights in governmental financial
bad a notion at first that they might
Wherever I turn I find, you
$ ( been beforehand with your 'Do have' preceded,, him to In ,the Issuance by, M.Kokovsoe .
station-that they but
him. .
,had, ,, belore"-but minister ot finance, of an
'for instance'T', "Can .you' Ire gone the parlormald international loan of MS.000,000 last ,
her example; Mr. Adair'" -, assured him to the contrary "Missus January without legislative sanction., '. Sold' and Recommended by }
,''of is Dr. Wood ruffe, for one." and Miss Willie, with..1'e*ni.Ue.. hid One American and three foreigners I'_ ; : .

," att!, do you dare allude to'.that gone two hours ago" as she supposed are dead and one American and flv*
+ ne '' to Join him i she'' loud in her For ,Sale at ,,I OBERSON'S DRUG STORE:
.? Then 1 admit, itt! ,I | was foreigners Injured as the result of in .
lull ) .him something which put the admiration.of the vehicle ,which had explosion: at the Ellsworthcoal mine , ."5M : '"
to a ( .' company on their guard. conveyed the child away In an:"easy No, 1, near, Plitsbarg, Pa. The. aotl- -' .

/In '> In your turn.i.answer me and 'recumbent' posture;>: and' appar dent 'It is aid', was caused by a foreigner :*,
t tlon ( entering the mine with a lighted I KISSIMMEE
Where did you propose yourself ently in high spirits. As to their I ; '
,the twelve thousand pounds destination Jeannette bad given out ,.
."It ( ; floating he. San that they were'"going to the'sea;" a Complete returns of.(he nomination
.'1s I scheme?" 8a- rather vague address; even supposingIt I of the candidate tor United States
11.1 ' senator from Oregon gives II. M. : :EOtTTE.
and which RIVE1ti
answered nothing; but his was a correct one one
Cake,' republican 70,899. and GeorgeChamberlain
went .
: did not the '
certainly satisfy inquirer.
''yr .lips moved a 'little and he democrat, CS.421.
them with his tongue: As a matter of fact: Sophy had no.mol" '
.; < The anti-Japanese boycott Is .still BTBAMEB UILLIO. STEAMER a SJaD.\,
of where
knowledge they
1 .Jk f" l: you not at a monstrous pre going than had 'the parlormaid.were being'strongly maintained. The government .Captain Clay; Johnson, .S,.. Captain Clay Johnson; 1",;
Inaure your lick child's life at
baa prohibited meetings
Jf:" sfamT" ,. '. Jeannette.. who bad long been head restaurants called for the purpose of Regular Veeklyrtps' to Basstnger s-d return. Roseada.Ie..,...'Klaalaa-. i

'I. of 'fliatT".murmured ,Adair. ot the Intelligence department as regard . discussing the question aelf-govern. me. Tuesday morning; tad, arrives ?...Imm'. VTlday.venlag. .
r ;i his "The law had nothing to all outside matter., :was' now( meet and similar object Special Charter Trips to Lake Okeeo.ub.e and Fort M?"* on taie Ulli*>

't' t .on against H, and therefore. one commander-ln-chlef. From the '!no.. Spirit-driven and believing that Comfortable accommodation for, paaieacers. Rate reasonable.. s r
:t his a right .to complain.*,? mint when her mistress Informed death: Is only an earthly manifests* Themost'plcturuqu. Waterway In Florida.,

yr : ; does. not always follow, Mr. her of the Injunction her husband tlon of the entrance Into( the real ror Paasanfer and .ytalght. Rate apply to ,:'
r Thla'gentleman here whom bad laid upon her'she took the eon- world of splrUCs Mrs. Allda Pittman. CULT JOHNSON. BR. Proprietor,
', 4dp duct ot everything in her own hands suffering under the delusion that she .11111.- fla
taken for one of my cUrks, Oa board Klaslmmee.. ;
. hare to be exception to. that ,(.:'Do.not take on'about it," she 'ex had received a message from the spirit '
world to kill\ herself, drank a quan d
him .' .: claimed "my dear Miss,Soph)' In .
tity'of carbolte:acid with ''tatateffeot
." rose, and confronted Adair. moments l of excitement she always at Washington D. C.' '" "*-" "* < '
,1-' . thus addressed her,mistress notwithstanding [ *
name. he said III Robert AN
Two thousand officers and delegate
'I tCno-") : the sob'f :your. benefactor that she had been twice of the International Association of
., ; you ,have"robbed and ruined. married-''for tbjj ls.only>what'we Sunday Schools In session at' ,"Louts*; rcD I ;>> an a Business
l 1 .had have been or' somethinglike
: : have marred my future likewise expecting vllje. Ky, elected John Stiles of Louis
1! .. let me tell you-that"'I do''"not It,. for ever so long:) We wilt rule Ky., president, succeeding J. J.MeClaren .
Brc take the dear child ,, .af'kjd of Toronto'Ont. An' enroll-
: Vou! for. 'the wrong you have away ; Trainingherself '
io-hiin. so much aa I despise and sound,-a couple of hours before master ment Increase of a. million, scholar iJ M
you for jour cowardice and returns; and If he. ever sets his was reported. : 1-1 l?

N ? his ) to yourNinhappy wife,'" eyes on either' you ,or her.. again I'll. respite_tbe preventive measurestaken By'-. bert 1JI'odntnC GI.nn. Gov.f nor pJr

,r'-' l I, remember." said Adair, forgive him" : by tile authorities\ wild disorder S'4'\- .. North Carolina "
to '! where are we to Jeannette and rioting is: threatened In connection I._ "
'you were Of "But ; go, I "
!! % one. whither husband cannot with' the lockout of 1,000 men by the. ", who would be 'succe.stul to listen to
ring Jd flamea. Of course:It ,would my Milanl Paper. company, of JMbrIan., t ADVISE: ," y'man
; he-. been A nice thing to have kept follow: and what, friends have; 11thou'gh Ohio. They complain that the, de- his wife's counsel In buslnesi affairs Th. WOmaA:who Isreally'

have money In the family, only .she it is true I have'good. friends manda of their employees were.. exag I a. man's 'he1pmeet I. .tlfe one who' is able, to''' sdvln'
'" J'N( .. .somebody else." -who can protect me againstiho gerated. ; him.on, problem that'lbatronts Wet: But no

she I ; was not you, you cur," said strong arm of thelawth'wr .:, ,o,Gilbert'fWadswofth Marnard...well .. woman can bea-teal"compinloa'who'must"spend aU'bel'
*tep? """* ,"As to that matter-returned ttfe She'to know"about.
,l & ; "she married you' out-of known to' the Masonic' fraternity of time as cook aDd housekeeper.
waltlng-mald confidently "I have Chicago and the United States, I business and wbat fa goingon'in the wotl4; It.. nntpy' i--

., .be," seem to know a great deal reason( to .' believe that .master has his residence in Chicago, HL.after a eonsble'o/-any/ Ivan to.expect bl."wlle'.to1m..bI. need.'
to settle .Ulneas of several month.' . .. ... ..,. hemeaai for
r #* my domestic affairs" answered something with the'lawup- lingering : ai k'real'colhp.nlo'U hll does not provide
... : : -"; scornfully on"his own account that for once Heart disease was the cause- of. his .herto become .o. A *it'lines."ahoulel have some leisure to study, .and develop

e ". .; ;1x B do.', interposed Irton In sol' and away, it win, be found on the tide death. along intellectual 'A man who holds the opposite Idea\lowers,

,, tones.*"more much more than ot'the weak.. While as .to friends, An' Injunction has been granted restraining the standard for wifehood and womanhood. And every girl and,..oman"11l

_" have any,:Idea of.... Do you re. you have got one, Miss Sophy,, that the police: from interferingwith the country should have a. strict,and thorough business education. No mat., '
tions what happened on the day loves you as well as I do. loves, you betting. at She pshead Bay. ter bow. fortunate' a girl's immediate circumstances,' the should be given a.

1 Dr. Newton called. ,to see Wll- more than you have any Idea of. only, John W. Riddle!, the American. ambassador complete business training. Lot them be trained to be first-claw stenographers z

h r been : _?' for the present she doesn't wish her to Russia; who entered ahOBpltal' bank cashiers,, professional 'nurses, bookkeepers.:-anythlng they 'r
:?\<' ( St with ,a
to ; remember- he did >iee'her" name'" known. -so let's. call her Johnson threatened at attack Petersburg o(' pneumonia" baa have talent for.. But ,ilet''their equipment be complete a man's U, It

1 ,.af?. .; but aomethlng e4se.. The been pronounced',by his physician to Is a dreadful mistake leave a girl without any definite training whereby
gl I speak ot bad happened be. *T have only .one woman ;friend, be' convalascent\ J,'" she may earn a livelihood In case of necessity. I believe the reason 'many ,.w

; no doubt, but not often. There Jeannette save my dear Aunt Claiming that the %'National Glass women go Into wrong path in life'is'simply because they are helpless when

3i not many opportunities for It Maria whom I niyself have rendered. company dt PJttsburg, Pa, had do- thrown suddenly on their oyn resources., ,'A knowledge of business 1* not
""is ,..though you never let one powerless to help mend that Is faulted in the payment ot interest on likely to'spoil any woman's chances of winning a good husband. It would.

'4 thief One offered Itself that day; Mrs Irton. I have done harm enoughto 600.000 worth, of bonds, the Union on the contrary Increase her chances, In my opinion.-.from'' The' JlomeH
are made an excuse: to leave your those who love 'me already, and Trust company ot Plttsburg has made Jda&utne1 ;; .' s oa
; and the doctor below and re nothing will Induce me to accept any; : demand on,
> ) ; to the nursery alone" help .which may bring ''Henny Into for( the- property- f'the concern. un*+. 1.-J- -..', 5' '- "It N'11 1K

q( . have no recollection of the cir- trouble. Why; the first place' your der foreclosure proceedings.Washington. Mw .1: ,

aort you mention" he mur master"-it was very significant:that .,, >i" : * "" '
?; 'ns.' huskily. she should have avoided saying "my .y r

r V . know some one who can refresh husband" when speaking of Adalr* The following transfer's and promotions

-; door memory. When you entered "will turn. to look for us will be herhouse. In the positions of secretaries In Suits Ole ipecuatlori
"- ." of '
J 'room' ,you. made a slight tola- the diplomatic corps have 'been announced t-
-L "J ,; ''', "To any question where ;you and at the. state department: ,
\ ?It possible?" an.wered' little Willie are gone :Mr. Irton cane John W: tlarrjstt of Maryland,'second \ ".
.',t' ,: ,' eagerly;, "the room was dark I assure you lay .hand'upon! I. his secretary, of the embassy) at Berlin, : By Chairman IVilttftm' H.:, Nichols, of:fh* ,
&> heart and though,' to' Rome'as first secretary of toe embassy '
for there several bottles honestly' Say -
; on .
"' a promotion. R: 8. Hitt of Illinois General Company.; lN
s. VI ." being a lawyer he would Bay If; of ,
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secretary at Rome to. Berlin and c' }
v ": .. 'wr V ( ; said anything about bottles? course in ,any case.-that he' knows .... lift.
1' Joseph. X>. jPrew of. 'Maasaehusetta. ; .N recent days'' of great 'wealth, and marvelous progress \
,-//ifll'l' 'e v i. ;I. .almost damaging admission nothing about it. Don't trouble your third aecretary' At .St. Petersburg' to J/A + ,.'i,, 'material prosperity, when in our anxietj'to maketh., world ,,
,. h- <" '( ; I." part; Itwae.nq,: "' mistake; you held my dear Miss Sophy about" anything Berlin. yield her riches In .the ahote't'''. time ,we have

a sv' 'Gim' T I Ioi with them however; you had but packing your things. An increasing pre'aleDC.r'bl". .I .. been stripping her forests/ and emptying her.mines,.even,
Their District Columbia f' >
: .> : the same thing too often for preparations departure or hydrophobia in the of Inheritance.
,f' ,j :but I The mistake made' was in were proceeding Indeed throughout hi indicatedby a .statement at the rlik'of leaving to our children a wasted '
; A there was nobody In the the conversation during which Jeannette prepared on the subject by Dr.. A. D: t-.c.. It. would have been well .If wa had; remembered this"trutn 9',
r +''. ." maintained. anal of confidence Melvin, chief or the bureau ot animal :r .. i before the awakening,. which to,, most of 'us. has",come :as

.'jf who netl was below. with the. that was not without Its effect upon I Industry- of .the department' agrlcultur.s' ,O. ti.N 'sLch'runny lurprlse. We have seen riches take wlngs-r-some

''fA: 'lOO he murmured after' a long her mistress, -. : post Vj I'1? '1: :;. .i ? a, .9.f u. times-but we have never seen such a g'.llaDLIo.II1"lnk&&e J
,.i\.Jv.: '* "What. care and trouble you must. *-A parcels agreement between ; of maierlal values allrlalbleconditions, ot real prosperity'were

< \ I have taken. Jeannette!" murmured the United,State and. Franca. ;,..' so fa.jora.ble., .. find why has this been sot I answer that the foundationsInJnanyXslaves'3iare.
V'*d another ?
!* : I ; was, but there,, was Postmaster-General 'Meyerand on. greed and
signed by9 : rested .
"* Sophy, gratefully."So : >be n rotten; the building has :
kiyr: in the nursery behind the
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w': "ba. ': I I'i'.f It la lucky for ,..ou'that you I had need, ma'am was, .thewaitingWoman's I Ambassador Jusseraftd.. ofFrance.Under"the :. graft;"' .avarice, and on ambition, on extravagance "and'self-Interest,: aod 4
earthquake '
r'\4" jer( In the dock at this moment reply. The tone as"well ; terms of theconve.ntloarwhich ; these are'not the elements'of'a' ,, lasting foundation A bnrrlcaae ;

).;-deslc ': face 'Would' bang-you. For as. the words were significant! la. effective August 15 aext.plck.i. Is not'needed to destroy structure built upon thes.'snd kindred,
but .. up to 'tour pounds and. sex element 'It'must'fall'of: Its'own when the time is fulfilled. Fort ;
) I, ;you there Is_nothing that would enough Sophy was too.,wrapped weight
, .,,'' ; 'I;, .. ? : there/, but we are not all like to'either The hour, In which the U'e8lltl pound.' Later'the max: kn tun crash''e see remaining all that was'worth-while, standing strong tn ,IM
i # -- ': : wit.sometlmes'deny'ourselves a' captive breaks his chain la then more _I&htof packages which can be cent beast'Iaomewi'j soiled with the dust of the others for.. sad. Is; And.
", erft ,: gratification for the sake of critical than the one in which it' was Of mall to France at the rate of 11 unfair aa It seems:, the Innocent must always suffer:with the, guilty. I *"

al'- If Is .another's. sake, in riveted on to him;. the beginning of cent a pound will be.' increased to glad the awakeotng cam. when It dl I. Another rear of overapecnlatlfltt and ,
: sacs; : that your Inaocenf'chUd may a new life however preferable It may eleven: pounds .over-conktructloo'sad -no' man could have ,foretold the' extent*of the. rnlak
yy department' has changedthe
: seem to that 'whel1 have done The navy or the grisly: anarchythat have succeeded.' Ton may'blamW.lasty'
.'! .:. ; .. to say to/ herself.'My father we from' might >
the squadron
t..' %'+ : ; n;. felon.that. I give you with... Is omentou.. base of practice Va. New. oOclalutterances! you will, but the fact remains hat',rottenness existedand /, \
Roads London r
. >: : ,... wa nlDC'- .Ton are in.danger of *p To be Continued. Hampton to. some kind 'of a".urJlcal"op>(ratioa 'was'necessary. 'I .believe t"t 'th. r.
Conn., after the Ltd Instant,The practice patient is already, on;the road "recovery and that if be follows th.'slttpl.! : j'1
? ;'fixed : I I ,.. ,To-morrow may be Vx late t j . /, : '
which board
,J.7 ) lacap.f you.must, leave England. A man has been doing a good business. squadron has' on rules of healthy lhtaghe win'come'out,, stronger.than'ever:' before,: aa<;lei> !

$I '" ; .'4 -,"".+, ; I .. ').ol don peddling ?"bright .aeademy'atJAnnapolfe aboat midshipmen: .'from consists the of,naval CheOlympla us hope wiser.'..... . zt,, ?irk, " ':yAdvertiise' .
a tb.' dfTr'UP8' trea ... tI4' "
: inoved.., but green ,Iroca- at sixty-five cents \ ; .:
the .
the Chicago, Hartford. '
L sail speechj..,lie:bowed his head'I each. When the color-wears off: they 'SJ :'.
ArUnaa.llud Nevada Thechange' it
L' t%: .u '" ; ', la token of acquiescence: are, found to'be' ordinary :English: toe made;: :to enable midshipmen itt ''our'Home'papex.: '
was :
.t'-conu : I aYe yofl.-money-money, I mean, frogs., :, .... to spend the-summer.In a climate' .t : .;
L "'-+' to.take"you 'across- the
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from that at Hampton Roads,
;"" cia ?"; ,EritlsV: India's government U'suc-. different which substantially. is- the same, ,.. 'For the Very Best tesul s:' '

".;.<-.*> '- be surecontinued,;, Irton i gessfully snaking quinine. ,of which. that; at Annapolis..... ., _

,.' :-: ; f."I ought to have known_,.that I t Immense, quantities\ are.sold"lay .Jr i, y . .
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A' would 1 have feathered your.; own" ,through the post offices jI' .
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'" 'I The "bow. nuisanoe" question Is an i iX.
EYERY FRIDAY extremely live issue Just now and 1* .Sunny South Stables.
almost the sole turtle of discussion by :

'.. Office, in Valley Gazette, BuildingKI881MMKE. ; our'CILI&eo..,. fetitlon both pro and _

..O8CBOLA. .' comt- "ry.ft A.r 'coo are being circulated for presentation I : ., H.. INGRAM. Proprietors S Sr / SPRING ,

to the City Council at its nextmeeting ,I ,,.....\....................\...................'\.........\.......\.............. ..\................. s ye
and the prospect, are thatthere y .
W, H. HARRIS,.Editor' and PropT.auBscRirnoN I r '
will be lively tunas when the B A67 AY .
RATESI .-.. '""7" matter. comes up for action. 1 LIVERY' SALE and BOARDING .O ii fit

DIM eopjr.'on.On. .-..,... .. ,....' .. ,'100 The Council ii asked to pas an or. $ ".0.. 102sa =! GOODS"Our
._,.ala month,.,..". "". .... Iio divan prevenilng'cattle from running $ . . .. . ? : . . : <
OM OOP/.tb... _tII.. '..". , ....:.., ." aaaaaaaaaaa aaabtwaaaa\aawaeaa.a\aa aaaaaasaA..aaaaa.aafVc11 . t
a t 1 at large on the"' streets at night, and 5 $ .
\ e uippocl With ; Stock ami Vehicle] .
AU _a"u.- from our ..attar.oorrMpandmU. the{princlpai| objectioncomes' from e ew H pud] .
..... _. 5
.mult b..hgn.d by teas wrl
jeetA04 matter will not 1... raturtwdEntotvd ..... few citizens who, own too large a number PleParedto metall. demands with I'crft'tst.St1'actfoltl . .

,.-,-Ikd lor.- ,-"'- ,-... I 01 ran"ecattlaUihaVetheni, \ |panned !; s

at the PMUffle" KiMlmnM*.FUeondclui .M and would therefore, of necessity $
1 ,
_ . mall nut 1 line almost ;
_ have to' pek'other pasture, or sell complete
--=-:--=:==-- | S
their!, stock. ,People owning onlv'pilUfoowg .. 'HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY. e. ':

Friday Juno 26, 1008. have with a few exception, - -_- -NMKNNNNNNNNNNIN1, Ntl ,v'ftJi Ginghams Calicoes a. '

_ -' signet), the imtlllon requesting the , ,

v ."+ Just a little dark passage of the proposed ordinance. '
Nothing but;>> a calf spot; )Jt (fl but; Natural) that those |peoplewho MCCity Barber Lvins. VVMte .GoodSj; :3&tc.

own range cattle should pppose Shop
Down went the citizen"": ; '

My, bow he did-laugh.. the I.passage a question of such an 'ordinance to bather a;''JewI butIt I ,')vile] : '. early buyer. .,gets. : the
Ktsslmmee will never be prosperous citizens for BellUh rennont should be l' NEW AND UP-TO-DATE best: so1ec1i'on.' "" {"v;; -/.. *,;. t

o :\lQ \l l it*! olli' ftlo!! t'rft.\\:: p d In the permitted to perpetuate so palpable a. . '. .. r ,-.1,
:lulsance! !! to the detriment of the entire ; .. ,
' ..
this hi.01/ wMi ,
morning by factory -L ,. \
li .ties Instead of. the 'low,01 tong-horned town. to ,
The ladle of the Village Improvement ( ?
cattle . ,. YO\l1'I'l1'ol' Holiest Values.
-- Hot and Baths
r, 800lety'are unselfishly devotingtheir Cold : *-"
A mathematical problem no'w agitating / and energies making ;r

us Is; if It take only three minutes Kissiminee aclean and beautiful, town,, Fine Havana Cigars -
to saw up a tree that took year 1.0' but find themselves,' greatly hampered .' ...
grow, how )long will' Florida'forests In their work by the oows, which not =

J last? -b / . only lie around and Iluerupthe.trepla' LKATzgat

The day i I. filled 'with cow low, at night, but -eat up and destroy any

ForBossy want to be'fed; shrubbery or trees that''may be nlanted -
and left'unprotected POOL ROOM CONNECTION.
At nlaht.we take the back street home IN
For Broadway Bossy's bed. In the opinion of lobe VAllLKY: GA. 1

r.LrrTif public sentiment Is overwhelmingly -r! ,- ,
The postofflce will open no. more on In favor of having the cattle ...j*.Jfc WV.AuJb>lk 9V jrfb aa.aat4i.
Sunday nights.. Guess the cow objected penned at night, and should the.ClIll'cll TREES r. ;;.ZiINE
to being disturbed In their early refuse to pass the necessary ordinance JUST RECEIVED A 'OF

evening slumber by the citizen going. it 'will only prolong the aglta* .
r to and fro for their mall. lion and strife and bring' the town into Islesworth Nurseries.

further disrepute with those who bavoooa.lon I White Rose l
." "You can't win unless you chauoe to visit vie for business. orpleasure CHASE &CO.. PtoPRtE1'ons. J. W; UOAnDGEX'J' i
I i
your money nays the gambler, and
\Ve will bare read)' for next Fall Winter planting jen! t&1alitOl'tmeot
have and -
a 'we.will never a beautiful of Orange and Grapefruit Trees of nil leading varie
r :prosperous (Town unless our citizens bo ties. Our trees are budded on good healthy rough Lemon and
awake from their lethargy and'make What the Kidneys -. Sour Orange/ roots, guaranteed free from Insect pest :* one. ,I .Ml budded from bearing trees In our groves and therefore true to Goods.
-_. --- cam: !'. Our facilities for growing/ nursery stock\ _*ie second to i
We have believed during our shortcareer none and our trees are as tine. a* mosey and twenty year's existence .
that. this was the Their Unccaaiug Work Keep.' Vs5trosi can produce. We..... making, specialty this reason of the
country property ; famous California Valencia Late which is destined to become the '
of free men_ bought u with the blood *.a Healthy.All greatest''money-maker in Florida. Our Valencia buds come direct .. 2 Canned Fruits. Jellies Jams. Marmalades. Vegetables, t

J' of our forefathers on many battle the blood la the body- passes from the bearing trees In the district now fyniouctorpru-( I 2 Fish Etc.R.S.Floyd.
fields.. We are mistaken. The cows through the kidney once every three ducing1 the best Valencia in California.; '

f. own'Klaslmmee. minute The kidney filter the blood. Write, for Prices to J. W, HOARD. Gotha. Fla., or call ar.d see our Nur
They 'work night; and day.. When series at Waco on Florida Midland R. R. & Co.
,Dannette''Maye.won the nomination healthy they remove about ALtO grain ..:... [
01 - - -- ---.- -....
Impure when -
matter daily
for' Congress In' the. Third, district. unhealthy -- -- --,-- --- - ....
some part of this Impure
That was a foregone conclusion. Jefferson ter 1* left In the blood. This l'I'at.-j "I".; . .TIi-- r N..It, 44 V-iril ._.w 9?Pwnv
county could not exist withoutat on many diseases and _
least one of.Its citizens a Nat ton. pain in the back headache nervousness . ,
hot, dry skin, ,rheumatism gout, C. A. CARSON: JOHN. M: LIE" *.' B CARSON: ,
,al or State office. I I ravel; disorders1 of the eyesight and "' :.relld. Vlc..Pr.: ....... c.I.:

h In Norway person who cuts'-down !' debility bearing,, drowsiness dizziness irregular dropsy, deposit heart State Bank of :KissimineeKissimtnee : NEW SPRIN

a'tree is compelled by law, tq plant. 10 the urine etc.. But if you keep,the .
three *eplluit*. In ,Floridathe,, man filter right you will have no trouble Fla.
who scarifies the 'greatest'; number of I. with your kldneva. ; ", ,
Z. 'Base South Side Klsslmroee. r--- ,
W. 1 h I lhr'
nature'. product with the devil's own I fla., says: "Doan's. Kidney.1 Pills PAlO' Vf; CAPITXt5TOCKHULDEKa ....... .....' ..:(. KO 000 IM .
y -Implements Is elected to o loe. 1 have proved of such great benefit tome LIABILITY..... .....'. ,11000000"DEPOSlfOIPS

that I do not hesitate to recommend SECURITY.,.. ,.., .. .. ..,
too 000,00'
If our' cltlaeo: would boost Klslm hem. A lame back made it; difficult ... .GOODS
'--' :
::0 "
and Osoeola for me to get around; also to stoop or I
lust a* :
county '
and Careful. Attention .
1ft' No position 1 assumed was com' Prompt gives 'to a'< maltttrs e. '
much. they did their respective candidate ortable, and a good night'. rest-'wasout trusted to u.." ,,KxcUa' .x". good at all points. at cheapest
In the late primary, it, wouldbe of the question. The kidney se- rates. "
a thousand times more beneficial to ration were so frequent in action v YOUR BUSINESS' ,, SOLICITED.
hat I often had to arise from six to '
our community than the -ofpnonepartioularindividual .
eight tune during'the bight. I tried t NOW OPEN' ,7 '. /
to office.. several remedies also tubbed my back j H' '. ,
., :(i,.\;: !...:...:' = i with liniments to relieve the pain, bus .,.. . '- '.. , ,. "j";; .,."
A'-proinloe&l tlt! \f.on Supporter .; No ayall!ll ineolly1iutabf balms >t '" ,'-1'..)';.':'jJ.. I

_ Port slVerreoeifed one of Qilchrlst's Kldo1y 1"'iU.al1d procured a box from "

monkey post cards Wednesday which the posed Klsslmmee of the lameness Drug They.m"y back dl., r Favorite ,Fertilizers, H. C. STANFORDBARGAINS CO

was milled from Punta Corda and strengthened my kldnevs and rid me ,,,%d

written .across the card, was the'"fol of the necessity of rising/ at night. I FOR CITRUS ;'AND'ALL OTHER-CROPS. - .
lowing very consoling remark: "Three can not say too much In favor of thli #"
Monkey Beats Three Friend."-Fort effective. kidney remedy." .*". I ,-0- :: "
For sale by all dealer Price CO
4 Myers Tropic Breeze. cent Foster-Mllburn Co.i Buffalo, AT CASH STORE
New York, sole agent! for the United FERTILIZER MATERIALS
.).n'exchange says that alcohol will State .
remove grass" stains from summer Remember the name-*Doan.'.-and! {
Col tern, Ac per v'' Pictures lain
"* clothes. The exchange Is right. It take no other. INSECTICIDESFOR and Picture? F :

will also remove summer clothes, and 'I 1 i't Lawn III.In.. wide, 1.')c per yd. to :3-Jc.;

.also spring! and winter. clothee'not -.. ISALE BY- 1.iGy; ut.L'I; aide; worth SOc, sells. Spool Thread at'4c.,

only teem !the man who drinks It, but !' .JC.Cm Ladles' Union !Suite st.$1.00.
also from his wife and children It Bcnedicta J. M. LEE; : KISSIMMEE : tinieip.. Punts. uorlli t2.fJO. sill ''"']

"'will al.o( remove household'furnltuYe : at tl l.'T.'j Good Door Lock with, two,k jMc.1, ....

y from the house and eatables'from the "A WOMAN'S MEDIONE", i iD i AGENT FORt Pin'Strip' |"'ol'lh tl.SO, sell at DM ice Sun'Clothe. worth:$14. ,,,,at $10's
the smiles from.the face of his
pantry; ij 100.
wife and the happiness from his home. j.L Sanders Fertilizer Coa. pane. Jacksonville. Fla. Jean rant, wovth 1.7.5.' lIell., One-gallon Coffee Pot"g*Mt Ifio. : ,

,A.a> femovertof: .thln r. alcohol has apl l 17 1e11y .' 123. New D. Good? From 1"'j, ., to fbo, J. '

few ecu- .!..-Selected.. O YOU SUITES the n. of woaanbood.a .: -. Ii
. *o want wom.n do off.r r Do you :You Ii
Gen. Gikhnst Grateful. want to pC wen without the accaultr will find Bargains in Shoe; :
of palnfal.M mliiatlott*and embarrassing Malsby Machinery) Co.JACKSONVILLE
_ To the People of Florida: ', ooacultationi Do you want. to take a Every Day in the Week. "
I wish to express my high appreciation ( OM07 rlfht' Into ,ynr: home aiwl ear -_ -

I! the recent,,for primary the vote election.!given me I feelf.rofOUD4IY in yourself :, 22, OCEAN,. ''ST." . ,- . .. .. ;. FLA.. I -- : "1

grateful. Before and dur BENEDICTA : ROLLINS Yd
Stationary Engines. '
I ,Florid Ian. ." \ -
wa a a "Woman* 1fedLCJD. A pr *elptlaa Saw Mill,. Wood-worklntr Machtnerr. .
I am a Floridian now. I hope that of a ph/piclAn: who made tM study of P.- O
.. every one will feel that' they are Floridian _I. D1.eaw tat*I sa.ol.hty.<< It wa aM4 general. Shingle line Mills of tupoHes., Lath Mill: Complete, and I I OLDEST COLLEGE. ii! ,,
that this
and Imposes
upon 'aeoMfallrl la kl* praaUe- ha
them Use duty.. of working for'theprosperity >>.ta, cud aecvMfully by ti>omaiwi.. orwoi chipment.line carried Sold to stock on easy for terms immediate Lie nod College Industrial.lcademy'Arts aDd and Sehool.ol Music, I Expression. Fine Arts. Dome80::
growth and development P
n during the ywrs.tacv. Fro :
many ....
of our great State; this can be best tr*..... physicians bar also fo.a4"a__' ----, ; beat'Carael\'l8' I.rge\ 'oculi Han,and; parfeotbealth third men's dormitory oon< accomplished by inculcating a spiritof abt assistant,wh.n they dMSn4 MNUN It. will\ pay you to consult- us before golf f..k.. baaebe" and baake..ball leaml eb.'plou.; of gymnalum..niane Plortds this geld; te..DIart
kindliness and !good fellowship. I aa opcratton. buvtnff. Postal will bring our *al.*. .w lonaauendowment; e".mod..LelI. ; sehoi.nbips. ye.r. Nearly a gearterofntim *
trust that all unpleasantness engendered 1 man. 'Write' illustrated catalogue ; lor'r;
during the late politic! campaign BCNCDICTAt ,r.-', t and prices CHARACTER |
will soon be like the campaign itself, a T ...III.'O' mmroou r5-. .., _....)...' -logs I.C.t.bratad. ..t.arE..I.BoIJ.r..DIIS.w MUto.FUNERAL'DIRECTOR CULTURE CQNiDttcf
a thing. of the '. Had 1 been defeated .
pa. Next
session bgla October 7.
bwlw aDd bark knew to >ai* For catalogue address the Pr.lieot.' |
I would simply have said, I .
regret vote that I,,did. not-' .receive.
-In conclusion, wish to expres'mythank -mm forma*q.of*m.lamal Without" troubla m nttoaln that womsi. UMaay Picture .. I I DOT I 08 .
to the people of Florida forgiving t W Monlding. "
111..r._*ay: thaI there I*ao trovbte.1 this : TIOI \
t me not only enough vote but kind that a.....!eta will not lmm.atUlyrad .. : i
;, man y .more'than enough to nominate .. '
u. .
,meta the high! :,office of Governor of Bpally our* '', .. All Kinds of Frames = $2.I5 TH&GOOD' aue.r.wr
the State of Florida.-'- BENCDICTAI SUMMER 'TIME ;
,. -4.f" ; 1 ; ; made .Order<
very ,, .. '* 'ti "
slnoerelr1 ,
... .. nil I U WREN! YOU woo
ALBERT! W. GILCHRIST.Y *> B ,and ctentlflcally. "
with the cen aclM*a_of the rponlbUltyM '
s' ._ .M Never Caai, *mac to*vffMlac WOBMB"ar.meeythat t : ( ,Prompt attention' Given to .. I I PORCH' CIIAJRS. t
.,k will not oa7l1e b eftciMbut alo hanalMiktaffcet .
)just exactly the'cause of., your ibeumatlem ,_ orders sent by,mail
*, so matter ba""OCIIa' ; ortelegraph.
may '
but von )know IOU have it, dittos 0' the worn taklaf Also; Nice line of 'Ladies'-and_' I : 'W.U..ww ASM....CM: *ea sty.
Do you know 'bat.Ballard'. Snow : -. .
.o.e rug vv, _. .
It I*8O&4.t UM tattle, toy ,'I. ". tM
', per j
,Llnhjj nt ,will, cusP.- : ,?-relieve* the. ;Gents' Burlal Robes.., , -. ,----.......-..............-.......\.. ....;..
pala-J'8ducea*th. wlllng. and limber -- "' .....
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', ', the to lot.'and muscle to that _SOSPhar"iicy. ( Residence We tit'. Side, off --oath ....--..--.--...,... aJM"
ton\ will be II active and well .* you PHONE78.. \ .- ...' ',, Court House Square: mr.rm _..... wwrwrs..

.. ever For ( by Price nobenoo's 25cf 6Oo 1 larmac1.and Sl.OO., CUHMMBB. PtA.: : !..I ."..........'..;.s.& etas _...... usttrfsi.dh'Jfc.. ....aAcasc:. ITORIOA CHAW ,fActen .
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Supplement The Kissimmee Valley Gazette, June, 29 I9O8. ..
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deuce that friendship carries ,with it, station thereon of any motor ..bloae. the per THE WORLDS 61EATEST SEWING MACHINE
, : causes him to believe that his personal eon d wing o*'operating came shall Imisertlstely -
PROM WHITTIER. I friend Is as 'capable of carrying but: stop,, end, upon reqneet of a person lajore LIGHT RUNNING !>'
the legislation demanded fcr the good or of any person present. shall five soot ....
: and welfare of the county as his oppo- eon his name and address, and If he be DO*the
: By o. I.. o., :." Dent, and .having confidence in said owner the name end address each owner.Bo. .,

", Mr+liW. ...+lro. .Ih ..V1.+ris:. I friend's good will and purpose .lip select .' Any violation of anyot provisions
him rather than his opponent... of this' Ordinance shall be punished br a One
t.III 'The primaries arera thing of the I "This should not la"'r'ere.with goodfellowship. of not lees than 10 dollars,or by Imprisonmentfor .
pa.Deleat.8d candidates) in oar community , .. We are all 'advocatingthe not lees than,90 davs.See. .
have most of them, accepted same cause apd toe man who votes .'. All Ordinance*,or. parts *-- Is I
the Inevitable and will continue to live,: against you may be just as ready to sousing herewith be, and the same are,hereby
,, 't In private life until a more favorable' I j do you a personal favor as he was be- repealed. -
'f opportunity Is presented tor their ad-1 I fore the election took place and the. Passed la open sssslon this Snd day of I....
yltrooemeD'The great misfortune with I proof that you were not qualifiedjeth I A.. D.tt08. T. W.&XJJ8p.Preeiden .
our people, or many of them'is the t'l I honor the position YOU sought. Is fall/ !of Council of Town of KlestsimeeCity.
: they think that certain Office was created !.exemplified by an.v exhibition of angeVJor '
for the purpose of supporting the bitterness against those who opposed Attest:
poor people of our county Irrespectiveof I you to the election. SeaD I R.OILBBKT. Clerk of said Town.
env. qualification otherwise and There are Important events connected Approved by me t.bIa'Ua dar of yens. A. D
this mistake the people are very apt to with Whittier items whose sequel 1008. T ... HDBPBY.
correct. Poverty II'DO disgrace, but has not vet been reached and consequently Mayor of the Town of][JRI_..City. '
It Is often an outward sign of. Inward will not spoil by the next arole. -
'4 negligence, Indolence or bad management .. .. Will only say that. we are politically *>ILJI.I PILKSI PILKCIWllUama
\a' and It must be admitted these dry, but. naturally wet. Our Indian Pile Ointment will ears.
:" qualifications carried low.. public Democratic rooster being a teetotaler, Blind, Bleeding aDd itching..II.... It absorbs
I office Injure lobe Industry of a'count? strongly advocates. present cood ILion.. the tumors, allays the Itching at ene*. SPU asa
and operate against tb' very men who Ills swamp requires only water to sues Isdlaa pooltloe PIN,Ointment yet Instant..prepared relief.for Pilee William and
are the main support of our govern tain. -Its integrity as the tadpoles, Itching of (he private part ibid only bf the
meD Flnaucial success Is generally young frogs, minnows: etc., never. Indulge Oeoeola ..Wo and 11.00. .
a proof of Industry and Irulf..I1aDd in any but water beverages'
represent an individual capable of The general health of community. HEALTH AND VITALITY .u'-tetthevAVlbratlql lingo,
'I"' managing own affairs to advantage Is only fair Signs of grip bold on .NOTTS......VIN. PILLS !
and U honest will carry these virtues with a tenacity which causes great Inconvenience The treat. lion and tome rentotmtive tor mea 6hnw.8swing :wilY to
r with him and practice tbem for to a few of our people. aad women produces treuVh and ltalUr THI MEW NOME StWlll MAIIIII ttmUM
the good aDd welfare a government Our good friend, frank? : Godwin, iwfIda op the systole vied renews the normal Or.,eos. a.c-
State or county.' Honesty purpose outside of being one of the best farmers mall vigor.SI-OS Porsaleby S Oeoaow bozx Pharmacy' or box. for
Is not always the principles thatapoor In the county has demonstrated per .. ._ .but the How MsmisleeMdeseems.essay...
"" man carries around with him. lie may j.1 the fact that as fine peaches can be ----- ----- 0.-serer.m....
,' be possessed: with poverty and rascalIty I grown in this. country as In any other, BTJB8O&IBB s.t0'by n.tleacts, .a >..,
,''It State In the Union. hithertoconsidered "OR TDK 100111 SAW or
1 :: e have
citizens jjuud seethe es didtmtte not Georgia peaches the finest
b.v his promises of future reformation, In tbe United States, but we received .Carson! Graves Hdw.
i'r'! but b* a rigid ...low of his past. life, /some from Frank's'orchard that were .73b.,Ostow P vw Co. Klsslmm 'Fto.
s*, and If they find that during that period as fine and really superior In tasting n e..
his actions haw belled the prom- quality to any we hive eaten In that .istIwwg03g...8O.IID.odlDellOlITII.. suMceub ..aMSTweHe -:- ,
idea given for the future. They will, favored State. I ,aura arose.Ses1.WeekIy -
if true to the principles of good government :file "' old :
cast their ballots, against .... Ulry. fTi '
I such candidate. Political parties have fbe r.rn.r Crpvvtr.cae ., ; .ER v
The for the White
of course become corrupted by men agency. cae .. ..... ef ho S.e*.-....".'...
I laundry Is now at the. Borne Store .eeei aM C unt'rre.... .. Estate
,. whose only desire for office Is to secure and If you wish to have the boy call ..-..A.grle.daml. ....._...rl rla Real.' Agency., .
'- the remunerative attachmentcoocooled I ..... -,..,.. "..... < '
,:;,. with std on you weekly, Just. ring up 1M, and :
offloe and where this corruption ,
r- you put on our list and called FlsttiTteC.iiJiekMriUJi, Fte. =
exists ,
!: tut.loaalllbeJ't,1 our entire la menaced.systea of But OOD'we''' on weekly. The: work Is all don, In < Wall Realty bought and sold.'
an efficient manner and at Tampa
//i.. have men good and true In our own prices: Houses rented. t
W county who have. Droved their worth ; Taxes paid and Titles T r-'
}; by their'works;and our people have. Osceola Cotmty I tiled for non-residents. .
"' .
shown appreolatlpn of their labor An Ordinance.AN .
'" ., by lobe Increased majorities which Fire Life and Accident In-. -
enable them to continuetbeir good ORDINANCE: BecotaUnj the Bannlur. of Abstract surance.Indemnity.
works. O. I. ,C. Is perfectly satisfies I Automobiles or Motor Vehicles on am Street I Company Bonds.
Within she Hewn.BK .
that our present county officials, one or Alleys I ,
and all, bays lobe good and welfare of I IT ORDAINED: BT Tae' COUNCIL or _' __
the oounty at bean, aod while we cast Tai TOWN or KI88IMMU CTTYJ MANAGER.Real .
'1 no asperelon-on the defeated candidates .Section U la Pence shell drive. or operate ,., i ROGERS' LIVERWORT. '. '.
f we fully believe. that the choice J a* automobile or vehicle propelled by any estateTitles TAN AMD
of Oar given 4 power other than muscular power upon any examined and reported on CAMOHALAaUATo
us as good
j > the complete *'
It' and peoplet.ib. a set of officers j street or alley In the! Tows st a rate or speed ,Taxes paid for non-residents Asthma and Braoohltts ewe and all e Lug Oongha. Tide
the State can afford. It noel becomes I| greater. then 8 miles per boar end upon apo Instruments relating to real......... tending M__pUoa. Liverwort,, Tar end
N> our duty to suppress any feelings of ptoachlns any: harp curve bride, all or tojteraectloaoreiomiDf carefully drawnCorrespondence Wild Chenr reputation have for as.ages a standard oaoghmaedy. aaeatebltebod

111 will that the canvass may have en-j of other stream or alleys, It ooatalns no onlam or __fill
and M the general election ]i the person driving.or operating snob vefclele Solicited.drag eau be *._- with sal. to eIaU4_
rendered .. stand firm and true ODe'shall not rule the suns at a nt of speed_ Pres.fl'OI4.dF, loT Oeoeo"Pharmacy:
and all, t.obe nominees of the Dl'lm..1 beading miles per hoar sad shall at ell times
ry There are rumors of aa independent I while on Ike streets or alleys: of the Tows'have EXCURSION RATE TO
candidate appearing la the field I neb vehicle under perfect control.Bee. . .
but we are satisfied that those who ... Kr ry awn motor vehicle shallwhile .
r participated la the May and June la nee ou s street or allow b.equipped with a '
elections will not so far depart from enitab'e bell, born or whistle io be lIMIt as a SAVANNAH GA. AND )
principle and good faith as to supportone signal and elM with two' lamps which shall be RETURN $7.00
nut worthy of being recognized In llfbted between eonee and sunrise when laase ,
oar nominating election. If there be and eeoch motor vehicle shall be drivenor g. h
?' such In our 4)01111'1.let.. him be known operated with. aa open exhaust,bat shall) be
: forever and here tter as an outcast eaaiqped with a.....11I1.10111'1._. '
from the party whose pledge he has &eo. .. Upon approeohliuj s person walking CHARLESTON S. p. AND $9.00:
ir violated. We may have been mistaken la the roadway of : stress or alloy,or a boneor RET URrr, 11
supposing, that one of the candidates other draft animal being ridden led or driven. .
we voted for would be tbe choice --., a permit driving or operettas: soehmotor "1 '
i' pf a majority of our fellow citizens" vehicle shall give ample signal or wanting -
but shall not hesitate one moment. In of Its approach.,end shell* .. every reasonable A FROM KISSIMMEEJULY2
t& $.,,L voting for his opponent in the general prepeaUos to ensure the, safety of soak
election person or animal, and,la the seas of bones or :,
,, The clash of contending parties bayIng other draft prevent frightening the.
-" ceased lobe last ballot depositedand -.. .
t. the box. that carries weal or woe 800 to Any person aril Tin*or operating any
to those of our felldw citizens who submitted Inch motor vehicle shell at repeat or oa eigad -
the Justice of their cause to by patting op the. head from a person riding .
their friends,and supporters having ,leading or driving a restive hone or borees .. VIA
s left our shores, we can sympathize or other draft animals,bring such motor vehlele -
with those who were defeated and re- Immediately to a stop.and If travelling In '
r t ioloe with the chosen ones. It was Just the opposite direction ball remain stationary ATLANTIC COAST LINETicxets
\ little family matter, and mere con- so long 04! may be nesnnsblo to allow snob
lecture. as to the superior abilityof ttoneoraslmal to pass, and. If teaveltlnc lathe f
those selected to serve the! people seme direction, shall nee reasonable proeentloa ""
any better. than the defeated ones. In thereafter pesetas; each hone or aaImel sold for all trains July 2, with final limit July 1 r.
No individual. of the character : provided that III owe such bone or animal Good in Sleeping Cars. ,;'
of an by thosewhochose appears to be badly frightened or theo per- .
his nela'hborl'at.ber&bao himself sop ro....snob motor vehicle Is reqmected
to represent him In the legislative 00 too do.snob Person. shell eaaee the motor of For rates, reservations or. Information. call on nearest Atlantic Coast Line
councils. Where all other things are nah vehicle to sew running 110 long ..maybe Agent, or ,
equal personal friendship forms a link reasonably neeemaiy: to prevent accident ,. W. CARR., T. P. A.- - .1. G.. ICIiUCT ND, D. P. A.
/which binds the voter to a particular sad Insure the safety of ehen.See. . TAMPA.. rLomi. ) :
candidate He has no .animosity- 6. la eaee of accident to a person otpioperty T. iX.WBin; G. P. A.WILMINGTON C.'W;' J, CRAIG, P. T. M.
'..wards', .- other party t but the conAt .. ea the streets or alleys doe te the op N. .

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AIM KisslmM Yalkm! GazbtteTSTLKPHONK ::11' >r'Ii. 'D. cube and family. left rt 'I "\\1 a

day to to' t Mrs..D. C.;. Lee left. Wednesday for L

: J __. stirs at spend Lorejoy the, .Qa..ummer.wit.h' red, Indian Springs; Ga., to spend several. An 'liHracc.itParty.. .

MO.,11. ', weeks. for the,benefit of her healthsSeveral One of"the. 'NOnOE.
Miss 'v plsasaatest and
Irllhll.. 'TIlIIIi-left yesterday '. 'IID1'Iu8 mort
roe young people came down entertainmentof'the '

PUBL.SHEDDEVERY r summer Chattanooga with. relatives Tenn., .tOsipend the- fromOrlando to attend the "Innoomt". was the "Innocent; party"! given season by Walls Ie It sy bcrebr,.. liven OlIO' ..) ....k .
/ FRIDAYBY Miss .. + .
b .,
r rv
party at Cornelia n .aeeren tha&i! eqe1b.tti
Mrs; .
i/ Morrison's last Morrison .. BJk' Mr4
night het'I et
at houss .......
... : pa >>
Miss \; f..
.. Doufglass Cordon left yester Misses Louisa Smith on. Broadway last seeping:, June W.The v t ... e .:?Ntae of ,0<< "'" .... at.

W.1B. NAreetl. . day for her home In Kentucky,after an and Clara Oraoe.PJ-ton> "Innocent" young people betas. -
li.Ofl'IOIALWRATNtn Preston, of Orlando visi .

visit here with her aunt puurlng lo promptly at. 8 = ;
I : 1'.... M., Katt. .ted Miss'Cornelia Morrison this wee k< class of lanwere asked to attend a/clock. A -- i
a term
J1iJlIII1"J .
fIRP0/1T/ The State Democratic Executive The W. B. Maklosoo Co.; Is making at the Innojent school, where t.heywere I I OWM... fII. for ...k .heI..... 'J'huiwo Committee Is in a big cut In the price of nails for Jthe presented with white bibs, which were-'
4t'. .I.... f jO 1- "i. session InMacltson* next 20 days. See to be worn the -r,,em '. .. . ... .
vllls adv In this Issueirs remainder of the it1! .. ..
today the area sou. of b.. " : 1st. 11. '''ttO R.
canvassing ,
returns 01'f Ing. Each .. : ::.. R.O. ..... .
r1 .. the second primary, ) E. P.. Daon and her two young* alone stand pupil h..d'to learn to alt NW \.,;,..*........,: 14U I ST. 1: .. ....,..... .:: 18s
teas MI.I Ral..II alone and walk' !liw .. 40lp'W . ..... ..
est children have to Nichols alone. .o/D.r4..N '.. .... .... / ... . .. Itl *
When In need of gone to each was given Nw ........ K. ... .. .
crockerr doll .
.;;....... plain or spend a few weeks with Mr. and Mrs ,"foredle a a piece of j All", . ..... ."..". .: ;..,.. .\. 1 ,e tt es.0' IfcWook Allen ,, . 4
? decorated do not /fall to call' at th* Q.) G. poods thread. etc., the Idea All .. . . ..a. .'.. ... ..., 'J //If. ,... ftW. BroiiJre La . I.
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Steffee. .. ,... ** t FrkLIv.. . .... ..... H 1 71 Home Store we have a most com ,- being to dress the doll I Iq ten minutes. I All t f fAll : ., .. 'tIo .T. .... 'NI'. na_! ,. ndCo ,. .. ; ..
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S.tu ., '. .. '. .. II'l 10 ..IiOYoedar. plete stock Get Then cmrds Ml,; :. ;:;: :: :::;::: : at. malre Land Tr'
of smoked and : I!
8"....,.. . ._ . .. .... .., bedroom .and table your glass ready".and pencils were presented :::.: 1175 Me CoT ei
. . 440 Sft
10 .All. . ..
. ware.' be and each ,....... . .. .. tLndCo .., :::
< .. ... .. .... .. tI3 .fie prepared to properly oberve. the, pupil was told to see how .... .. .. . ..... .. . rflee art O4U Km:: plr/ LattB (:..... .. .. ",. 1',
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h-.lap Wed .. ......_.... 101I 7 0 >I1:'* Jean Persons returned total eclipse !the sun next ,Sunday many>words* could be made. from the. All ..J'......,..,........ . ... 1M n 171We __ 4U: Kmplr. Land Co. ..... m.
. . 118 10 from today Remember It will be seven hundred 1 word lnooont" ... .> >' 'moos" If.'h..... .. .. . .1 441 SlDpl..Laotdt.o ..... ... .
1'.018)' '" t.7 71 Auburndale and Ktssl wVofe1Nw'Iollwt k4 of IIIIe TnonpMMi. ... .
( .
.18 nmee. Flr.t.'term 'bwof s/U( ..!'j':. Jno I..
before I.
where she has been visiting friends for years. you can see the like class being now over'aoother :oe.Iol.w ol.'. .. ... . ..... .. 14 81Ie :JO {... Arnold. ....... ...... I YI
airaln.; "N was taken In, ..nd.o .. .. . . mn the HI John . ,. ..... .
several weeks. '.Orlando I on till all ( . .. .... .. .. ... If! MMSIM L. ..... 1M
- .Reporter had been to school Tfoxt Nwl' of n. .. .. ... . ... .. 'We 4(1 Baea Lilly .... . l41
St..r. Frank Rowell of each guest. ..... r VIw' *'eMs .X> . 'J"
Loughman, plead was given "a. N'4. Id BaMArnokl .. ,.,,... I I.
t Wanted..-: Good guilty In the County Court last week, weoty questions.1101'lov.. story)' of < leu.'-,of nU olitvlj'R1..ilawOr, tss aae .Ml Co111eerH. ...:. ...;... >f .. k
and each
celery k to be a*
trucgrower answered -"orew1' and
to the charge rose n TO>>
; to ,rent 4f acres of sandy of killing a deer out of with. the name of an appropriate Row yrlc w 2W1,di s 70 y<.U. :Xa]jrd. to Itof ,
f v.F: LOCAL tiled, and Irrigated, on' Paradise lr,- season, and was fined 925: and cost.amounting .., er, for which Miss Jesna Gardner wa' .aim b.. .t n*oor o<.w!i of.w" run* ,..
in all ...
and. For t.erml.apply to F. Vans that to 3970.. It' is reported awarded the first prize-a handsome, Lot 'I 'l.nrAdc1.reo..'.. ub dlr of '. IMm !tleMs : 107/ Chaadleralle.t,. .. .. Ile ksrJuyd.wts1d..zayds.Ylerd.
numerous violations
of the box of
AII'08W. 1JO-tl writing 5w14' ofnwU .
"I game law have occurred in that sec Lee proudly bore paper. Miss Vivian Lota :Ilo and at'Henry Adder on'i'ub I tie 1 HobruK 4 ddlamo ... ....... N

We have tins and It Is away the booby dl.ol..Uo'.w! ) .,... . .. .. _
a Urge stock of hlgb- -rod probable that other, .. .. at
s ar prize-- me 1tIe'
ftI NNM s very largettekof toi ... *" SJi1sVi. .... .. .
; berfumed Candy ... . ...... .. 4 .. '
which 14
soaps we will' sell dur* relt..wlll.lollow. Then came the all-important All *ol river . . ... ...eo... . .. ...... ,1ItI. MannUeoW ,.. ...... ,
Jr Go to Maklnsoh's for nails. t Intr text! week at 10 cents pei-box of Sheriff Pre... and opening of the tbs .All eo( river .......... . .. .. II X7> S20 ... ... ti
Deputy McPhat dining hall where deli ,14 1171. XI* are :
l' 3\ tablets. A lure bargain The *of river .. .. . .. ... .. ..i.:.
Wade, the Tuner, o..l Ddo.ll1eer.oll lome"Store. tar captured Mills Way man, a negro, moue refreshments were served .In *Ir))4Ol....U ...eo. .. .. 1fl7t II :!:Ie I DO BmpMLesdCo .. ... ... yet
wanted In Polk the center cf each EU ol m)4.s d n,>fo1 ooy ol. '. .. 81'tcP K..II..W U ... ...
'COunt, for carrying table was a frutt >4 e)4) 4 2A. .' ..1M
........ . *>eAC IUO . .
lAiI. . .. ... CarrellODi .
basket . to
watches $:tOO Mr. P."A. concealed made of .. . .... 5
at Vans the 10 <
' Agnew; left Wednes* weapons, out at Carson & rind of a water .t!". .". '. .. . >> IIOe Ht N.tnls.WH..s::.: : :,, 11114
Il ,.Kat& .. day night for Philadelphia having Blackn-ell's turpentine still last week, melon and Oiled with assorted fruit. feovvfi/740'! .. ... .... ... HISI Messra. M. N. been called suddenly to that city on a rand turned him over to the authorities Miss Berta Bryan. assisted beauty / . .,..... .. a It iI6I* JIOe a Hlmmoni W i1... .,....: t at
.and : 'site ..
J. L. Overstreet business of that fully In riff .. be*at n*con'of Y.e>"of 40 aolll. Bud ... .. .. /7
visited relatives Maltlar.d last. mission. He expects to be county A pistol "' ..found on i receiving while' Mrs. W. W n.V of Mil and rum v 210 ft tt ,
day. Sun absent about ten day.. the negro when arrested; and after the Jackson assisted Mrs. Morrison, I In 210 It 021.1&. .. ... ... ... .* till ft s .
Polk authorities through with, him serving at the tables. "." 01..4''' ...: h....... ..:. JII*: its* :tOe, at Unesewtl.....:......... IN ':;1. ?
\ Our spring botflc' of a..u of tw' .. eor .110 :ilia 'JOe: 40 8Im..ODIADdn.I.....
for .
floe suits at Cash Store samples a case will be made Tlm-i and space, -( M run I,5
against! him here.Mr. pre el1u from .
us yd.e210 .
made .., ..
wens ie.1/0yd.wtipyd.. .. .
to ;
Ma'klnson sells replete measure garments. 1 Is W. giving: the oames'of those present, but KUof' .""'/.'nf) ..: ... .. .. ._... .. t : It: WIlII.RIC.. > ... ....,....f. its '
with B. 1*
nails all
8 the WeH
'Ibs. Clay of Arcadia : SJHe .
i for 2Co. new things, come was' to say the least, )1:. claw . . .. .. 4S: .. .U. ....... 'M
Mr. .: C. Griffin early and'get. ..a good selection here last Friday and Saturday collect have a every on seemed to N. ot lI.r ,-'.. .. .. fI' : : 40 lnlrJllir..v. ....... 'N
of Loughman, most enjoyable evening and Nw.-"of"" :!t4 :! 40 .sodas ........ ,
KA7s'8.Children ing data with. which to complete the . ..., : ...... ITt MnLg I"
spent the day In not until midnight .' 27. :8 40 ..
Klaaimmee last Sat did they think of '' .. .. -- .......;. 1 f
"! I1rd..,. r ''s Day will' be observed at new county maps, for which he has a departing ,KH or.. /lbeor..C'h..O'D. ear. ::110I JIIIe 40 '.....T".r.. ....... ........ 1 U ;
contract with _
the County Commission riini..on..10..1..w. 5.,b..IOebe. '
-' Nails ."rpOuQd. for 25o for 20 days tbs Presbyterian church next Sunday ere He bad with, him one of the maps, -- >*X of.lot a 1_ e atrip It ft wide off. I. ti' :/lie 73 TI..rll..1. *t
[ at 11 a. m. Special exercises and and elm lot 4 IB
at. Maklnson's. special almost complete, which Is a fine K. of P. Memorial Service. r. acree In nw nnr .
music. The D'" "f loll. )l1..I.II1..Dd
Dwellings for 1 . public is cordially) of work, and shows that. Mr. clan is iSM! .!,!... ,. .... DOT 0..04
looted. The Vf Maal
rent apply to M. following |U .
Tiller: an excellent draughtsman. AS well' at a program has been arranged (tilli and lanrwiuar'inf corowneil
FOUND-Between thorough engineer.Tbe'dog tor the Knights of Pythias Trln MO Oliver*.d 140 jrdx *anar*> '
Shingle Creek and me laneoor...... . 01. b,
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Mlss'Evi mortal! service! which 1:1: .AsIB: +
r% Bronner, of M, will ,be held at Iot. 2M* .Jtt
Maitland; vis ? place, a pair of spectacles Itoensetax; wis the ley.strip It rdi wide ofl,a aid* WttHoliltd.r.. Stfl t
nickel due
I Baptist
ited the Misses and .church next ofaakllot, : .
Sallie Sunday at 11 .
street last week. and Ruth Over- Owner can have frame same divided lenses. able the first of March, but up to the ... m.t Becnenorof.ft..i4 cii'iiii| rvns ].140 ISII plc0 Bap Norgas l ............ f N '

Forty roll of .and paying for this calling notice at, thisoffice been present This only sixty-three less' tags have March, and"Angel1-- Serenade.1. Wj yds of w Dwi/of 44f' ,d. a.'140
matting at cost, for is than half as Hymn 1.Address. of."O' nwMof i .wH--! . ... ..
cash. S. C..G. How Co.. Mrs. W. E. Cadman 'and' Miss Cad- many as were' sold last year,and while, by Chancellor Commander. Nw4anwljmidr14olawl4! _.... :H .'tGI ..e. tt RauterwMS Tnlee........ 164 _r .k

man there Is K4ofsw . . ... . .. .".. 1' tis tTe M .:....... .... 111 J
came In from Narcoossee and no appreciable Prayer : .... II..Net\L.\
decrease In the by the
Prelate. VmKM
Miss Mable Tyson left last. Monday NwtAof.e. .. .: : : . . .. . . ,.. : 1'0 ....... .. ....., 1U ';1'
: went up to Orlando to spend the day number of dogs around town have Quartette"I 1.1s Z7e 40 ''..... .. r..
to awendLteTeachers'' Summer School we would' not live alway." 8.'iol.' . . . ...'' .. McNeil L . .... I'. :
at Gainesville., last Tuesday, returning" the not heard of a single one being Im Misses Berta Bryan and Jesna G..rct-I 01. .. . :N. : : : :: .",.. .... :It ,27* 40 .,.w.Jf.--oo 1 III ; .
W .... ...
..It.erDoon'tr..ID'. pounded. The dog Brothers f I .II" L. 1" "
catcher ner
has evi J DO, L. Overstreet. and o ."", .. ::". . .. . 'Jg j t 27. ,"FNw
dently J.' W NeJ4 c.. :. : :.::::.. q'reuw.Ijsv.Isiiieeeo 1 '
gone to sleep his *7e
For and Prentls. f
Bicycles Shanibarger. on JOb ,. .. ,
; .Or-| Mr. S. H. Bullock went oer .. .. .. .. .. <'
f lando., 9-4It... onado- Beaoh to Cor the city fathers ought to either wake' Hymn 2.Scripture. E:of t.roleej(: ::::. .... .... 8> Irs :Zee HonoorkjA.... .. .... 8. ,
on Tuesday to .r .M 17. .. .. :
accompany him up or repeal the ordinance . ... ..... 2 ..
reading by the Prelate.; v. fie "
Mr. I* II. Gaboon went up to Orlan his little daughter Violet, who w1llrem..ln The friends of Hymn 3. 8".1-UO."a.c. *!<, of MJ4 nisi ,8 f ktcNwIL. .......,. 1M"

tereau.Cut do Tuesday to look: after business in their some seaside time there with the Carrsat are sorry to learn Miss of ber G.departure R. Reynolds for ""kIrmon-ne., Bunyan Stevens.. LolAelkl8t.mptellClty:........".,......... A* .tee v.a' HnreTJ.! ............. .

collageThe the North but 4. Lot A blk 1 Mary B Morten',sub dtv :" J4j ,
are In hopes fo .
_her .return o i
. .; prices on woolen urooas'at Stan Young L"ch..' Improvement when the cool weather returns In gayer by the. Prelate. niMoluetorlotZCsmehellCtty.! .'.; tit' 2 f8* '1 ftrleklaDdA . ..."... '. ,,
ford Co.Min Society wirr-bold, a festival at ,the fall. Miss nolds Is Closing/ address by Chancellor ,JA&OEB r
ReJ Com .
a capable E41012i. ,, .. .
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the residence of Mrs . .tts' .
Morrison mander. .
and 1
tonight competent nurse of the highest . c. ',Thorns B and ..H..M .
Sallle Overttreet spending I i. (Friday) from 7 10.30 HENDOH rAKK. 7. 1
to rank

Austin few day, at with,Jd..ltJ..nEa.tIDI.n ber '.slater, Mrs. W. J: kinds of ice creamand cake will All be won her, and many her amiable friends. disposition, W< e wish Miss has The B'IK Head Lot it, .,.. ., ,."..,.'.,,/..a;,' ....' ......t.' .. 20s" SI.. .. Brown HT .....L...... ., :

served. Reynolds pleasant journey, and Is of two kinds.:-conceit and the "big to .bl, i:..s.. . .. . .,.. ..... \...._../ Btn".. IC.. .. .

Kodaks 'and supplies a Osoeola I .rmacy. bas been confined to his home for ,return In the fall. A SUBSCRIBER.. Does your head ever, feel llk bll8: i :. ..4'1. ;'1". :.; \t... .. .. .,. ,....'L.. S 6
the a gourd LlbIIG"j'" :'' .1. ..,........ ,... .. .... .... .WtII\ l .
Orlando;; June: 22, and your brain .. :., .. ... ..... ..... .
Mr. H. O'Neal) postmaster and mar past several days by (lines. Ills place feel loose and sorer b. I. .'.. .... "" ... .... Bro.kwa7AKmm tar '',
chant of Rosalie, was' : bus Is being filled during his absence by Gaoe Robinson negro You can cure it In no time by acting aAQ . " p 8M I
transacting .
Capk s: A. porter on on vuur liver. with Ballard'a EuOIk PL .l.3.. si 1 .r. ... .. ....,. ....IIITOl.. .. .
Simpson former train Herbtne. .
iness In town Tuesday, postmaster. an A. C. L. was arrested bv "w '.. .. .. Hadlryoat pbln*..... 8
bll.L..c .... .
Isn't . .
It .
worth .
for Lot2 ? ..
De trying the absolute ; >
r- The : Sheriff MoPhatterlastweekon thOD.I..ulal\o'b.IQI. .,.. ... . .. CO..1.8U............; .
Far and .
Large All
Stockier for
children . .
and a certain you'll get? For sale .. .. .. J.I.B. "
't ladles at Stanford Co. night If the was' question left a vote of penning of the ladles cattle o w(. cense and of lodged selling him liquor In without jail hem a II to* by .Roberson'S) Pharmacy, 8'i." lota. 14LH<11 blk' B :. .... ... ..... :?..etUKft'.. ... .. ..,.. .... ..'. .1.80............. ,..,.:'.: t.61

Mrs.' Bender left Wednesday ft ii Klsslmmee wouldcarryalmostunan. await the convening of the county court Use old Lot 1 blk B .." .. ... ..... .. ......... .... AODnIOl. .,., Ad .
Glens Falls N. Y. next month. There Is newspapers In your bou b .
to spend the.sum- Imouslv. This should have consider. probably as lit FLORIDA lo"eU1 . '
OIe R.
*1& llMtkAK lIDIf. Wa CO. SVkVQ: ;
me?. .hl..tsht with 110r. If "n BS>. aIL Mtn. ...!**) Irk sell them. at this office Bf .oiither/ lot a
the ear 2
cOUDcll 1ft dalwe._ '
raining their action in"" n Klstlmmee now ithe.e; I.Ia..;;town at, zuo: per nunareo.Rorrnan D.4 10t s .7t ft. *.dof w bil.43deg' .
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A wn ."ol'tmen'. l the ( I
llitui ft
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laces Filet Clunj Valenciennes w D.W of Its slut In the State, and both Sher \Vlnn who bas been al.t.eod.. ?I a47degS75ft. .. 'Karate B O.'..,.. ...;. r tit
etc. at Special children's day exercles will iff Preratt; and Deputy Phauerare I school In .PTHICK'ADYITION.. \ .
: Atlanta ,

L p : l KATZ'S.PoJtm..ter'W i be held at the Methodist church next determined. to keen It ax>.' this week to spend vacation, returned with, home his Llbll O. . .. ....... ........ .. . . . -w.-,... -. . .... ... .". '."." .._....

I L.. Van Du&or left Sunday evening, In lieu of thoregular We are requ..tei to call p.rents. yroaot.w! l -... ... "... L&AP.. NO. FLAl'ttp.. 0. :: ''
Wednesday for a business trip to Philadelphia preaching< service. ,An Interesting tion of the boys' who have'been .ID the Mach Bros. Hor.wooenf.wlotewMruatafl/fi' 1 t 49. 'OnaamJuA .. ..,.. 1 S4I

and other Northern cities. program has been arranged, and the habit of shooting birds around the men have I.heenterprl.ID'I'' livery* a 210 f t w 210 ft a 210 ft.. ........... m! ''r* it*, I. '/ '

,We are making; exceedingly close pubic I I. cordially" In y I ted to attend bead of the lake' tq the fact that they I'y of their reoeDLItocre..edtbec..paQoo stables by.the addition of Bef r.I.IO":UOf1nof n.210 oor ft 11011 of HO n..u.ft.'. Km' St voDermouPeter.It, ', "
1 ; ; N
price. on furnlturefor the next sixty )fro W. S. Chandler a prominent! are not only relating a town. ordi four fine horses, which DOTbad| ) ship- 2 KI88I1IMEK.: Gelklar 1.t. ". ,, ,* .

days, for cash. Hi:: C,, G. How.- Co. cltlten town this of the Baslnger. section" ,.' was in nance limits. by but shooting are also In violating the Incorporate the State ted dawn from Jacksonville.Anthony L ,Ik :... ... .. ... .. ... ... ..... WaIT.. ..,.. . ... ... .. :.t. FUlerrJemael kw.,4_ ,,., 1;

i', Mr. J. F.: Williams, a promlnentclt week: on business. He reports lawwhich, proteo"oearl.11" kinds A. Loll has uurchased the t '' :' :.
r I ten and merchant that the last ot the orange crop of birds merest of his H .1 . C. X. 'BANDY:V.i, :
of Whittier, was In In that. at this season Better take partner W VTbUr' 1 '.

'" it: town, Monday, and hauled n.has-A lust Bade been a distance gathered warning .and stop boys, before you man, In the Graystooe >Garage and ,1":1.. :: ." 1"'. :, ':. "t\ ', ''Tax. dolcctor." ":
-L Machine Co. 1. "
"' and Is
get into trouble. The DOW sole OJlCew.i.
t Use Plank's t Chill .,.Tonic.:' Guaran eighty miles, b, mule ant.. ox: ,team. been notified. and oRloer have nor.. See hi*. adv. IQ this Issue.proprl-' "
are .
teed. Price{ :25 cents.. Sold by all 1 looking out ,for If' J r" "''"'' ', ' .
Dr. :J. W. Simpson you , s ; Druggists. u17-S] returned from -r-- '1" ; ': ( .. ;' .ft'

t Mr. ..nd'Mre..r.- Dandy"sod cell had Danlaon been on Wednesday a brief visit night to ,the where he Mr. J. M. Gardner, proprietor ol :J. .L ' ,.'; '
is family the Park
Hotel ,, '
dren of DaD returned oo Saturday The Home Store JOTCE
I., arrived last of his brother Prof.! A. A. Simpson. last from
Birmingham.. a
where' he
1 Nona
spend awhile here with, relatives.. He was accompanied home ny hl.Jla I.. .t' . '
went to attend the annual reunion of t.Ibwingd.aterlb.d .. pnbtis _
i If you need anything in Winter tie nephew;- Bryan Simpson, who, will noble heroes who In the days of '81 to Wa are aovr'tis Sole 'Agents for J2ta.t.o of Florida,a so.aeb' wja HI.a 1ICtl.U Cq.(t

spend a month with' relatives he '05 made this territory for tM.Y1N with .. .I.t t
Goods you save from 25.:; to 50 percent oIW"IIt.ed.'l'O the South famous throughout -I t east. of. adr.rtllln..

). at Stanford Co. ouy the world for' deeds of chivalry and THE L.C. SMITH& BROS. TYPEWRITER rMAU. .

.p WIllTUrber. last week, for Tarn truck farm combined an orange on'''IrrO.eand time, valor.Reaper had Mr made G.rdDer'report8 that the The Sold alwavs-Vislble for cash writing machine.- . I. DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY.o' : Tax. ,r .
all fruit.and many vacant places or on time. :
I',': where he has accepted a nollt.lon'Iod produce made on,, the in the ranks the THE '
I4 the counters of the O. P. C. place to be applied paving for the pant year, but the ar LWDDBS'CAMPBELLSMITH PIanos Addition. .
c .- .dry < dor of, the old boy was still undainpeoed. and Organs, also Unknown....... luur.od/H1akRa... . .
goods store.Refrigerators. place till paid for In fulU I .01'.n Colombia Unknown. .. .. " ... .. .... .
if. honest hard working whin Never was a more royal wel Grapbophooes Records.., For I Unknown. .. . Lot luteJnleBloek//.t.* Block 10. / ? . .. ... . ...1', i! A ,
man ..... ... .. I 3 'l.
k Ice cream freezers Address Lee R. F. D.7Vo. 2.; box come extended the veterans than they cash or on Instalments. : I Shoemaker .. ". M

-t'. Hammocks, Canopies, and all summer 66. Tampa Fla. 23tMessrs received In Birmingham lie nays THE fEM.noEU.v KERo9ENEMANT: !: LE I p.tqIaad.ra.d.. Lot .*.BuMUUloei r,. .....0 Blocks..? . i.DL.. .It....o.AI. las 310 '.
goods at bargain for '' LAMP-The only kerosene .

.4 If cash. S. C. G. HOW.prices Co. ; II.. N. Bratton and U. M. Marie Mr. J.Huddlesion R. Graves and, Sr.Mae:,,"and Grave Misses Tag' mantle. 110' caqdle! / p."er lamp. ;us 6'* i' 8HHdUMamktWMtfleld-. . .Btoanskw'.enbdM.kas1HIoek'QLef Lot*t and 3 .. .?. ..,, .............1u 4B41 .
}'" ,, Mrs. '.. It. Cape;, of Naranja! is hereon ker's Pfann family their and Albert families I3?ardent', *t turned from their trip to Georgia last re explosive.We hours for. I cent.. GllaranteecJ.DOD'1 .A. B.LoU Dnusht's 17 awl ....... .e n'

a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Will I last week at Lake Russell, down in the Wednesday morning. (Although they would pfeased I Maml.Whua.. LoU2 and *< .1.,....,". "....'.., ....-. .'. -41 *
t t ttllbert, and other relatives' and Point were gone on4y about twelve days, to have you call 1 : .Robert "_ .

frUftds. dition., on There a camping; and fishing expe they ,,1.ltedV.ldolt.a, Cordele, Mar on us and see what we have. i WODJ ... All of BkwkfclT....... .. .Adl .. . ... i iII. .. .
were seventeen In the i4of
w'r, 4 ,HSueslue silks" so extensively ad. party, and .., jolly good .time. la re* sbarrllle. Amerlcus and other points, KO. TROUBLE- TU'HHOW ,,GOODS, i Bile* hiB. N.. Bfoek '11...:.........>>., ...i...,..', 123 f,

yertlsed in all the leading; period ported and report a most delIghtful trip. At CIB.... Rljo'.1 ULC3 . ...... .. .. .. ... ...... I
? I t. Marshalvlle| ttiev the ..- 11 .. . ....... .. ... ..'. ... .,. .,' "
$ 1 ,. .
peach ,
'' Hon. A. E. bonegan, member of the orchard (one of the ,largest In thairsec L K BhlTer.LK8hlr >. .. .11.11..........,. ..... .. ....,.." t.'t J 14 1
: t 11.. ,., : .. ... .... Jars
\ children, of State Democratic Executive Commit tion) owned by our fellow-townaman. If r* .., l'j d Il ... .n .
Lou :...: ...: : .. '
"e" St. Augustine arrived In town last I tee, and Dr M. J: flicks: member of N.. C. Bryan, and his brother and, I B.! ... ...: .* tafl .. 1111.. ...... ..... ., .t',!' 4 U 1'j j
N."dBkdLot 23ao .
" .soar.weekonavistttoMrs;; Hutson'smother the Comgress3onalCommlttee for the found the. packing season on In full 1 ,. ...t. ..... .2BI10'f, ,
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p Mrs Kocbenderfer. second district last K1 A Bt. 8".1 Li 8IkO. . 'I.. < '
left..1 nl.bUor Jack'8ODV1.1VI
..J Una" !,: ,-s .,..LG..11. .. ..x. _..... .,.
'L,' ., lit* tVbllQUU .VIIWtheir meet.lolrll. 01 { .Mrs's ,t.1 I. .i1e
. Stove wood delivered 10.own\ at Mr..t. W. Miller has been devoting John Andereoa.',.. _B.. .r.., .PtoBKlifs. .. .I. r .
respective committees which Is : .. ... .. _
MX L'B.kC .
'.4 "H ) per 10-tf strand.Ki880o LUMBER 00."t being held in that city today.;' old special Rob attention Dais. place to his for residence the the B D PlumoM*.t.' ,AJot..L.. .......'...... .. ......., ....N...b..u..... I'" U ..

past Roblnaon's ,
:! Saloons Must Go or so, and now has one of ."-. ..., "dI\.. .:.... .: ... :
.' Mrs. C. A.' Beldt and child.en, of ,-and with them toe most r ,.. .. .", "OBI12'd'. . . .. . ..' ; ( .
tk I .' Tampa. have been the the appetite for drink. ,If beautiful suburban, residence proper Y t tre HareyTkw.rao.. .. .t. .."I. : .
\ ; guests of Mr. you, your ties be Ltnll. y. . .,.. .... ..... ., .., .. "! 10if
relative or friend wishes to to found anywhere.' He-haa : ; i\IC" .
\ and Mrs. C. W. Griffin the past week. be rid of BearsAddltkMk . .
:;s\ Th.ret.Dl'nedbolPe Wednesday. the drink or drug habit, write'. at Gently enlarged his dwelling bythe ad I .J VT AW. ... 'letlBlorkB. . . ... .. . ........ .......'., ....d' ..,,' .f. '14 ,
dition of '' -e
"I > t b ''x. Use old news papers in your house once the branch for confidential of ,the original.Information! Keeley to fence has been four set rooms back,from and the the house front B C.8a.*4rv... ....,. ?'", 8... at,h.t_norlda R R 8ur*.'rone .mask"4Sf,4Jld ,. i, :.

f '4 cleaning. We sell them at this 'office,. Cure. Address, The Keeley Institute several yards: the old barn has been ..16.. f.' "' ..eJ ft aa : .
,] i at 20o nor hundred torn and .. .... 14 tO .' 'S
a and
fMl'ss Jacksonville new Bloc
commodious .
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Dorothy .Cooper< returned too '1tem4mber the- festival at Mr.- one erected In Its stead, and the large 1r HWTkonnnn. ice "m. Cannon. .. ". ._ (, ;; f .
' MON orange shows ' ... ....: ;
grove 1. : "
3 evidence ''lit'
ar home In Orlando Tuesday after a rison's boarding house TTbls every of : . ..F.t . ,. I .
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tonight. the ? +
best of ,
!'" ,pleasant visit ,with, .?her"' friend. Miss festival la given the care 'and attention. Mr. I t vw s .. lotS Block o.(.TKenl. .. Addltkm... ; .. J :
> 'Madeline Hill, at by Young IA Hea' Miller. farms oo fjulte a large scale, A..P. .; .: .. ....\J.i. '. I.::, : .y1
Narcoossee r '
Improvement 1 -
H. "
Society to his A.MMfarM
raise "
; Flor.b lm'. tt Patent Oxford. funds for: furthering the work of 1m I principal crops being corn, pota ; .....A..;.....,.Ly' ", .nia" . .
I toes, watermelons 1taIA..i.- ' ; .
are H ;
and .
bay, all I of u,0.Cwat' .,. .., ... i
'tbecorrect thing_ to style comfort., proving and beautifying our town..All which he grows with success and prod JWTavw ..., ,. t I.f LottBlo.k 8. .....,. .: .. .... ... .-,... .,/Y..-..,;\;, .',. !1'',. 1 :
,. 4 1 et.c. Found at. H. O. Stanford CoB who feel ... interest*' In the welfare of if Uaknewn.Unknown.. .. "... ':N o W.MW .1.II..H...y..*. ...t ...t 121. .:'
li.'J'DO'.M. . ;
'.; 4> '.only. Klsalmmee should turn out and patron ) Lee, manager for' the '!! atH f t*n f...J.r... ...t.....:... '. ,,. .. ssJ"F

ise this entertainment.Oo .. Lee Parsons Cattle Co., whose large [ :
Paint t -
\; Regular 'ot r..nebe.. ands Paper ;NH of LoU A.:..,. . : '
meeting the Christian Klaslmmee located at Southport, ex 'fears i Block N. .... ....:;,:: .... :: ... ..11. 11 1.
to ; .
,Vand Drug Co. and :
Missionary Alliance at, the..All!- gatsome pacts to begin 'his regular aobual ,. ;: IS Block O. .. .. .- .. .... ... ..t. ..... .
()! ance Hall next Tuesday evening.*. Mr. delicious Scbraffts cb cola..... ;round up" for the purpose -of mark IWn. ." 1tttjfyLN .. ..." .. M......., ....n... "; .
Tfl o Weatherbee, of Billiards Island They Dare contract.. with manufacturers lag and branding calves J .L.UlIIIY .. .. ..... : ......: I'
next k. Improve and house .. L .
wee .18
protect your : H1.ek .. ... -
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'wJUspeak.! for fresh goods, shipped direct Mr."Lee . .: ; ;.' ar
is II
: highly .I xtll0e ,
? ; rt from factor .-,This pleased with' the pleased bring,cay 1807sample AD.ofACLJIti.IMI Bleak t... ......". tea ,
"is'1-S Use old newspapers, In house *" contract'requiresall present outlook.' The company bas an book. 'to house &Dd1P..e yksld.flids.d IinerMnMw,Cs.. T .ow v
your old txr .
,, goodno shipped back to unusually large' crop of calves t.Om..rk on? wlR.t: four the latest huYet.s.. 4 Bw..I" .ef ne cor.e/Let"rw.e : .
eleaning. We sell them.
;, & this office factory and new goods s.... . .. .t..Wt 4if '
i,1, ;, at 20c per hundred.. No' stale goods be offered out. this season, and theirentire ,:decor-atlons, that you may desire. 9Hltsral,. . .4t. ;SO. .. .. ..;. '../ . 4
are to for . ; ? /.h ''. '
. herds are In better condition than Drag, me a card and : : { .
I ,. Kenneth" ''Dg'ln l left last week for sale. 30-tf ever before. Mr. Partonor&D<< fully i..furnish estimates on paper .I...... l .. :: '/ '
-jfThrockmorton. county Texas, with, the |,IOn account of the Pythian memorial grove, planted on muck: land on the and N painting : ; ,i J? ; :. J J J.A. ,- I... .. .HoJ "NwM.fNw4e..tto.laTStoav. awn >. ,
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;J, ?*expectation: of staying a year, and If services at the BaptUtctturch on Sun bank of the canal Is In fine con Oak 0.. .... } .... '.. inflection .
at the. end of that time he finds that be day morning there will be DO cU lon, and heavily loaded with fruit, r eNoMW"tNWaJ".. .
services ; .
... ..... .. . .
likes- Unknown
the he and the .
will locate large
country there
the 11'
at Methodist church at U a. young grove ad1ololn'" .. . Jo.EJt.Jn'.I.n. u _
permanently.' Kenneth is one of Klsslmmeo's but at nlrht our "Ch ldren'Day'1service this .belonging jointly to Mr. L- .JobBxb.a., .30x4 R 2U.7 tOtt, ' .fNN .rt:,_ I.. "; .' ., r ,r

'.. most exemplary young men will be held, to which' the pub and Mr. Parsons- making a. qEDRpE. : BARKER; ., 2*.Tp i.a".. .. .. .1-lt all '.: W., .
,sod' %ls 1 large .l..o.
: circle of friends; here lic respectfully invited. splendid growth and. looking as fine .
t.I\RI\ l every . as one could wl.h.'c '" P.-C.
,. . succesj. A.L. WOODWABD, Pa1WrJ H8E5. 'T.x'c:;
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., THE PBOSPEBCE] SOUTH FOR THROUGHOUT STATE. 'Sidelights of t>! e Convention.The l b'OU'RETOO.THINr ,;
*-Judgo Locke r the United States drat. mention .of the, name or f_ Slight 'hal ZJtr&tgtmtntt 4 t1* i'

,. "' -... Many Nw Industries Organized Rccntly .. district court of Florida, has declaredthe Taft by Representative Burton', passed tllcI.'tomat$ Froduti AtiA F** ,
.. Speak Well for South. drainage tax levied under an act Almost without,notice.One Ohio delegate i'
Two of the Accused Men Convicted Chattanooga .Tenq.-The .accompanying Heavy Shipment. From Every of the F.orlda; legislature in 1907 "It In made a feeble .flicker with *' aresaliois qjf Ikt Food

Yt,@ and Two Acquitted. list shows the. more Importantnew Section of State. accordance( with the constitution and flagand said "hll"! There were but a If Stomach Catarrh '
established he dismissed the six: injunction suit few handclaps from the galleries!, .
Industries lathe collection of the drain. that was all. .
restraining the n>. people are thin andalways re

JURY OUT SEVENTY HOURS southern AA'.bam.-Florellctt stales recently., 130,000 ..le'work. THE. PRICE JIOLDS UP FINE! age last legal tai. barrier This decision against r-xuoyes carrying the outGovernor little'In the girl South handsomely Carolina garbed delegation In: a a /fhafu B< thin, from temperamental t... ,._ ."
Probably In such nothing ,
/pot. oases
.; $10,000 lumber company Uroward's policy of draining light blue dress. was: held alofl by T. .
Uarnwell tlt.OOO manufacturing company which has l,. Grant of that tate. She waved a ''d b j .don to 01'ana. this personal ;
John A. Benson a W.tUr M.lliotirOwner. ttgssellvitle electric llgb Notwithstanding th'* Continued Drought i tile been Florida strenuously everglades opposed. by the corporation email national flag with each hand and f'tertiterlty. s, ,

Laaoi With Henry plant: water work New Decatur, the YUld Was ProUfic-s- forces of Florida caused an outburst of cheers put there are large number of peon .- ".1."

P. Dinoad, ar. Fr..... 121,000 machine company. Mobile aims of Madison U Charles P. Taft of Cincinnati broth ?\\\e Who get .thin, or remain thin, who .J! ,; :\ ,
_i '. ---- I $50,000 ch arnica! ) work Huntitllle Almost Over.GalneivH'.e dead.-Mrs.. She Georga was the wife of George<< er of the secretary mounted the stepladder fVt'trMly would be plump and floahyP _,
$15,000. canning factory. -- leading to the stags the betterto i fov tome digestive derangement.
Washington D. C.-Oullty. Frederick odd.-orlando. :;0.000 fertilizer Glass, who was drowned here threeweeks the .(urging:, yelling crowds .of
$ : Fla.-Tbe melon season, the death see 1'Mf\ people lack. In adipoee tissne.jvttl&os ,
A. Hyde Jooat H. Schneider. Not Jacksonville $15,000 distillery ago. Grieving over delegate as they passed In review
rompany both for cantaloupes and watermelons of i
partly tao cause. \ tissue la chiefly composed
of her husband was
stuffy John A. Benson, Henry P. Dlcnond. during the demonstration following
a has been very prolificbut quite
_ I fl o-sli Macon. U.l OO mining! successful. throughout the state with of her death his brother's nomlnat n. He waved At.X 1
vI. ,This was the verdict rendered by a company.* i ttrtrresult that the growers; as a rule After seven "years of liberty spend-. a flag at.them and the teamloiamueon 't U derived from the oily oonstit-

jury lathe' criminal court here In tile ,- .Mississippi-$SODO lumber com. : are satisfied, the prices keeping up lug a portion of this time as a member his face plainly told his pleasure Abotrot food. '

case of the trial of these four men. pan,.. lirooklyn. $10.000 warehouse' well during the greater part of the of the Salvation Army in Texas. C. B. McCoy who nominated Sena- 'ria.! fat-making foods are called byrV ri ri6tae. r '

all westarners, one of them Benson company, Greenwood, veneer factory I season The acreage! was aa large as $. T. MHlste>d, a white man, convicted tor Foraker declared be Is not too > ptiyslologlst, bydrooarbona. Thisfouds
3 'si millionaire t real 'estate operator for Philadelphia 10.000 electric company. last )year and; notwithstanding: ;, the right yearn ago in this county radical to be unsafe nor too conservative ' ,, \ bf''' are not digested In that ,-
alleged conspiracy to defraud the government '. Goodman $10,000 warehouse company continued drought which lasted for of assault with intent to murder and to be progressive.<< /tonieih\ all. They are digested '

u out ot valuable lands In the Tula $7,000 lumber company several weeks, the yield was exceptionally who escaped one year afterwards from Hot words emphasized with menacing .: d odol1nm, the division of tho all. i
far west. Tbe Jury was out seventy North 'Carolina-Wilmington. $20., prolific.; The movement ba* the state penitentiary returned to gestures passed between ex-Gover I f eAt"ry.tal..1 JQat below the stomach. \ *' rteqlhedlgestionofSalle
hours. Pensacola to surrender himself and Ohio and Governor Han-
.000 lumber company, Rocklngham. nor lierrlck of
been heavy during the season '
very If not
mainly, 1
Benson and DImond were acquitted 15.000( transit company. Winston-Sa.lem especially for the past two weeks. ,The serve the remainder of his sentence. ly as the latter descended the step (f'
on all of tbe forty-two counts In 'the $125.000 canning' factory; $160.. Tampa Jacksonville railroad alone Unfortunately for him an officer. was from the platform to take his seat after hb411/ the work, of the panoreatla.

i: Indictment Hyde and Schneider ware 000 granite company Concord $%0.- has handled on an average<< of twent).. on the train who recognized the escaped his Interrupted speech.On jkioeThis Juice Is of alkaline reao-
AA 'convicted' on all but ten of the counts.Benson 000 laundry. I law River $25,000 mo four solid carloads of melons and can convl"t and took him Into custody be'ag notified of his nomination "l\ji, and Is rendered Inert by the'addt- ",r

and DImond were Immediately tor car .company Clammona, $10,000 taloupes dally and large shipmentshave before he had the opportunity of Mr. Taft said: '"Words do not find t\A Af acid. A hyperacidity of the ''
released from custody.; All four men telephone .)'lItem.18s.' $!Ii.OOO granite gone forward over the Seaboard surrendering. The officer making the themselves at a time like }' do' -Got tl'aLtn fluids of the tomaoh passing

have been under $10,000 ball. Hyde's company and the Atlantic Coast Line. The 'fruit i arrest- will collect the reward money.Manager deny that I am very happy Mr. Taft Aoren\ Into the dnodenurp, destroys. a

: ball was Increased under. the jury's South Caroltna-alley. waste firm' this season has 'been especially Una In.1 Brill of the Tampa. was In )iis office at the ware' department /pe puor.aU( fluid for digestive pur 4 3

"erdlct to $20,000 and Schneider's to Darlington $500.000 cotton mill. appearance but the rains which be. Su'phur Springs: Traction Co. states when the telegram from', the convention Pbees.. Therefore,'the fats are not dl- "

412,590.. .Sumter $45,000 land company gan late, had a tendency to relieve I, that -the first car on. the extension of arrived. t4todi 9t rmoUlfled, and the system isef 1 '4
The Jury'hab (engaged In one of the Teunesaee Nashville trust President Roosevelt was playing tennis r rAbdstltuent. t
; $100,000 some of the.fruit of Its sweetness and I that company's line Mo Wert Tampa i'ej'riv.d 1U due proportion of oily
:snit protracted. deliberations over a company KtJ>xver\ .$KVCVOwood\ delicacy In" flavor. Tbo season ij I I will be ready to run on October I, with Assistant Secretary Bacon of .. Ueaoe the pationt .
verdict on record here fai federal cases working plant. about coming to a close when growers The new )lne will cross the Hlllsbor- the State Department when Secretary '
+; The. verdict was the second report the This report la verified by the will turn their attention to other I'ough ilvor-on the bridge being built Loeb took'.him the news of the nomination I + f
Jury had made In the case; on the previous Tradesman : near the ;power house and will pro. of.Mr. Taft. '.the beginning of the trouble Is a cartbM '

occasion a dlsagrl"emellt.belnc __ ___ I'reed westward on one of Tampa's Secretary Tafl's resignation as cabi- *\ condition of the stomach \rlilohihyperacidity 4''L '
announced. Judge Stafford had tben'n.t&.ucted '' PROHIBITION BILL SIGNED. crops.MILITARlf' COMPANY ORGANIZED. main streets to Howard{ avenue upon net omcer was tecelved by President nldeea of the gaatrlo

t them to again retire In an I -_ I which street it will traverse the Drew Roosevelt Friday to lake effect' July j41oe., Till hyporaoldlty Is caused by ''

effort to reach a 'common agreement Governor Glenn of North Carolina subdivision, where the recently built. first. 'trrnentatlon of food in the stomach, w
and. In the Intervening hours, several Men Will Participate In 4th of July large cigar factorlei are located John Hays Hammond definitely' with. '\111.,1\ the food Is taken Into tho stem"T j'gyp
of the Jurors changed their votes with Sign the Measure. drew from the race for vice president
Day Sports. I d.: of Jacksonville tf the process of digestion does '
i -The K. company ,
the N. C.
fc resulting verdict All the defendants -Governor Qlann .
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Jacksonville Fla.-A meeting was add formentVlll .
for ttot
who have the contract begin immediately
bad amidst trousers.anade
confidently expected disagreement Imposing ceremonies signed large pair of from
held in auditorium of the board of building the outi! jetty at Miami and 'tall take plaoo. This croatos atyt r
had 1he for e.prlaIlY'tor
or acquittal and made plans proclamation) prohibition to go the wool .f an angora goat a
trade by the members of the new military the' extension of the north Jetty have of the stomach 6
eg for departing from the city. Into effect in North Carolina on the William- H. Taft were carried >e .ckllty Juices
- -_.- tat of January, 1(09, Tbe ceremoniestook company for tae: purposeof organizing : nearly completed the foundation work. through the hall by the Texas delega- \ptch In their turn proven* the pan. ;
AMERICANS ARE ATTACKED. place )n the executive office and and electing officer, I The base or that part of the jetty be. tion. They were of generous proportion *ri .Ho digestion the oils, and Lb.e .
Mr. R. Floyd M tcalfe was chosenas
low the water line Is built from Miami .
prohibition: leaders from all part of and bore a sign which read "As u fccUtlon results.A .
Circulars' Being 'Issued In the state were present The official chairman of the meeting, and .Mr.1 I rock quarried from the'companyland 'p! pants the hart for celling so dose of Perona before each meal
Edwin S. Wake! 'was chosen as secre ''
This work Is nearing completion
Are-Very BI iter.! P'lIlippln"I vote announced was 113,612 for prohibition bould- Texas pants for Taft," aaStdua the : stomach digestion. By
I and the granite
soon large
and 69.416 against It. '
Twenty tary.Mr.
Manila P. I.-An Metcalfa Immediately announced erg from South Carolina will begin to ay aoKIng digestion, Peruna prevent. itermeatdlon
counties: out of ninety-eight went wet.
American'clrcuar: has. .bean lasued I The temperance women of the state the purpose of the meeting and af'j arrive and be placed In position. The of the contents. of the Y
,here anonymously and distributed It'' at the ceremonies presented a hand. ter weighty discussion In regard south jetty la something over 1,700 *U>tn Vh.and the pancroatlo'juice Is thus

bears the cabalistic signs of the old some banner to Bunoombe for the largest whether It wan> consistent 'with the I feet In length and the north one Is \It'8 erVod in Its normal state It then ;
Xatlpvnan society and denounces the majority for prohibition and one regulations to elect officers before tae: 1.640 feet long Aa soon aa the workof tktfly remains for the patient to eats. > '
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+ Americans saying: they have brought to Yancey county for the largest per. company was mustered into service, capping} with granite Is completed l 'uflQQlent amount of fat-forming foods,
f tyranny instead of liberty and that centage ten votes> only out of 1,220 !to Mr. R. Floyd Metcalfe wag elected 'I Ii the P Banford Ross company, who Vi,>l the thinness disappears and plnmptake -
their purpose Is to rob and enslave i captain Mr. William K. Sweeney was have the contract for digging the deep -
I Yancey county being cast against pro'hibltlon Its "
the Filipinos. It calls them shameless, elected first lieutenant and Mr. A. J. water' channel from the ocean to a ...-..atM- plaoe.1'h _
dishonest drunken thieves: attacks I3agsett was elected second lieutenant. -
d point Inside the bay. will commence Federated Malay: Slates pro't' 1-t
the morality of American women and TALLAHASSEE Colonel' Walker M Corbett Inspector
NAMED I work and complete It as rapidly as duce $0 per cent of the w&rld's tin.
accuses the government of graft. ---- -' general of tbe Florida state troops possible. It |js believed,,, by many that
Pending open revolution. It urges a Monitor Florida Rechrl.tened""N.w" gave the boys a heart-to-heart ,talks before another tourist season rolls ''ilt-ke' Capudlne Cures Nervousness, i tic''

campaign Involving the aesaninatlon giving the requirements and' qualifications /! j around that Miami will have an \Vt* tlier tirod out. worried, overworked, or lJ
K of invading Americans .burning their Battleship to B* Named Florida. of a member of the state militia eighteen-foot channel from the dockto ; r yp.t pot.; It rcfreibvs th. brain and
homes and killing their animals, it Washington. D. C.-TaUahassee. after and the duties of a soldier In gen { the ocean. Cer1A. It'. Liquid end, plnunt to Uk.. .t
concludes with the wish for a "long the city In Florida: Is the name eral. He was very enthusiastically at 'M III k0D.,, 5c.:, and COc.. at drug .tor .:
life to the Filipinos"! and "death to the which will be given to the monitor 'applauded at the conclusion' of his Preparatlonsare being made .
St. Augustine for the construction of ,..'
Americans." Model' Villages In Hungary.
I Florida which recently received a brief address I .
It b doubtful If 'the circular will be baptism of Ore as a result of the explosion The matter of the fourth of July 'celebration ,a new bridge across South street The 'progress of the Agricultural( '
where Maria Sanchez creek.A .
: productive of any serious result. of a tremendous discharge of to- be held at Pablo beach It spans lnlatrT la dealing with the forma i '
cotton beneath her and the firing then explained to the negro boy employed at a drugstore
gun was fully boys I
lion of new villages and of cepeopllngsuffering
stole thtrty- lx falsa teeth. It Is
of a shot at her. and Colonel Munnerlyn. chairman of ''
alleged and when he tried to disposeof tbose. seriously from decUnaon
A change In the name is necessary on the military committee of the board of "
Pullman. Car on the Rook Island Turned account of the fact that one of the new trade fully assured them that they j them was arrested. 'goeS apace in Hungary. A re

v Turtle.. battleships authorized py J the last,congress would be allowed to participate In tile 11 I -The jury In toe slander suit of Rev port Just!' published; shows that the r

Little Rock, Ark.-Twelv*' people .Is to bear that-name. Held events, and be la a position to D. \V Qllllslee .v*., Harry Bonaparte r gtqt baa allocated! 32.S74 acres of itspion

rt were Injured when, a'' Pullman car at. compete for the prizes tQ be offered !I both of Jacksonville awarded the proreFty'for 'sixteen: settlements

lathed to train!' No.'41, westbound on GOING TO BIRMINGHAM provided the application was sent into preacher two hundred dollars damages.Rev. \)A bldt 1,690 families. have bees .
Qllllslee sued for $3.000 claimIng -'
the Rock Island railroad turned, tur the governor and approved before the homes.
\ s4vela new ,
the defendant had Issued a slanderous '
tie near Fourche. fourth.
r the wheels One Thousand Italian Will Return I p T"o new model village have'.bee
circular Utter headed In large >
truck a kink ;In the rail. caused, by A. committee on athletics ,was then r'
w the Intense beat and left the trace. la During; Next Month. appointed composed of the following type the following: "Your Sins Will rENATOR LODGE,, formed D&lDel.adaha and Sillagyt a, t
tbe official explanation. Birmingham Ala,-S. R. Guarino; member: A. J.' Bassett chairman; Fled You Out."Rev.. D. W. Ollllslee. Of Hamachuaetts, wd11e some thirteen centres have been rt

:The Injured' Include Conductor J. O. representative of an Italian'' steamship W. E..Sweeney..and S. Shlmmons. i Exposed. Pronounced a Rascal." etc. . Permanent. .' Chairman.' t0su cltated.. Several Interesting fea "
Strange painfully! cut and bruised on lice announced that within the next 'It appears from. close Inspection 1 I Both parties are well known". negro \i l'ell demand attention: For Instance .

c ? tad and shoulders ? <. 4Aeunley few days 1,000 Italians will leave their of the members of this new organization residents of Jacksonville It Is notable that Mr. Taft Is 'the toe expenses of a church ar. the more .

Bruce Oklahoma City, right native ?,land for America, coming direct ,that the personnel of this:! Company -With the resignation of J. N. first man 'to be named for tbe presidency ', .born because Ute Inhabitant ':
_ .arm. broken and partially paralyzed to the Birmingham< district to will be, equal it not superior, to Holmes from the board of public by the republican party sine :.e'1 "
01 such village settlement usual-
James Oglesby Fort Smith. Ark. cut; take up work at the big steal plantIn any military organization. the state' works a' vacancywill bit lift that will: the close of the civil war who bad not are
4, and bruised Ensley..' The great number of these require. another election at Tampa. some military experience. Grant Iot the same religious faith. Life
J. 8. Bell Amarlllo worked before la the steel work ELECTION OFFICERS. to more (bearable within these pro- w
Texas. ,:.bruised, men -The young ladles .of the Daughter Hayes, Qarflold. Harrison and Me Kin- 14ebd1s
s and otherwise Injured.' and only went home when the depression ,.. --- 'nAt of Isabella of St. Augustine are ley figured among the actors on the teeto4 or aided areas. Land--.coo4' i

; Mrs,. J.' s.. Bell badly bruised and cam on. Meeting of the Epworth League preparing to give a novel minstrel performance stage of the conflict between the union cbeaiper.

cut. r NEUT PAHAGRAP83.Twenty Held at Live Oak.. I In, the near future and the confederacy;, and Roosevelt Terms of purchase extend: over ,a ( "

and The negro, porter was also bruised Live O.k. Fla.-One of the Interesting .'! =A number of the younger set of saw service In Cuba. But Mr. Taft \lohg period> and the Interest In Traait _
feature. of the Epworth! League Miami have formed r ..young Men's' had no part In the war with Spain and 'lvnl& only 3 per cent rising! :.
cutWE 1 born In he
1867 was a mere
were Injured schoolboywhen
f FASTEST BATTLESHIP. passengers convention -which has been in session Literary society. and tile following officers \t sbme of the other districts to 4
the civil
: one fatally and several seriously In here the election of officers. The have been elected for the ensuing war was fought"Dlxte" ,
was i tent- More than
an accident on the Meadvllle and Cambridge year: Paul Radar, president; seemed to be the most pop p r 2.250,000 crowns'lhava
,- Claim" Made' by Craw and Officers of Springs street car line near beloved and efficient president Dr'I Frank Biafllon rice president; Ben ular air played by the band at the con been repaid' by the new. i
Paaco had expressed a desire to "
the Georgia. Bakerstown, Pa. Wilson secretary and treasurer; vention. Every time It started oft setUers and only 160,000 crowns of} +:

1\0. San Francisco Cal.-The battleship Tbe Coney Island Jockey club on tlt his In suggestion.favor of a Colonel layman. O.So Thomas Jarrett.. critic;. Paul Rader I "with .'f zie" It ,ill-ought forth that time purchase money remains. ouUtand'la "

'Georgia's officer and crew contlnua to which conducts the meeting at $beeIJII.h Callum of Live Oak was elected ,president I Neal Hatulta. Thomas Jarrett and William quick sharp yell df appreciation that III"

maintain that they have the-.fastest ad Bay gave out the following announcement of the State League conference.He Robinson program committee. Invariably greet the .air wherever It the selection of the "peasant' faraveA ', ; eiq
I* beard 'north or south ot Mason and
front battleship In the navy. On her trip : 'The Coney Island Jock Is a man of,ability, and piety, who : -Nine large spern wlialeg' were left Dlxoo'.'Une. great care la shown and all are '
Bremerton ,
navy yard It Is, asserted ey club greatly regret being obligedto stranded tide In Mosquito.
enters his work with enthusiasm for by the receding sdbiected '
tQ 'examination.
The Is the a sever
o that the Georgia for four reduce added SO cent for following. new republican
consecutive money per Inlet and an
the purpose of succeeding Rev, J. E : near Daytona were
1t : hours along the California all unclosed races at the coming June Mickler was elected secretary Dr. object of great Interest to people of committee: Alabama, P. D.. Parker; It many cases the'new farmers have .

I coast kept, up a speed of 19.6 knou.BANK meeting. The program for stake races Pasco was made vtca president and ![ that vicinity.' The largest whale Is Arkansas, Powell Clayton; California been supplied gratis with seeds, fruit ;
will not be changed, 'and the added George A, Knight; Colorado Charles and cattlrt for '
tf9811 breeding \
I can 'doubtless be of much assistance said! to have measured forty-one feet
TO BE REOPENED. money"In these events will not be. re- to his successor.Another I ia length and the smallest one< was ea\'enderj'Brooker; ; Delaware Connecticut T., Coleman Charles Du-F. yeses. and special fun
All Depositors Brooklyn' InstitutionWill duced. of the specially Interesting thirty-five feet in length. Each bead Ppnt' ; Florida. James N. Coombs; bfovtdeI for the laying (put and mak-.
A Municipal Pasteur institute features of the ,session was the an. alone yielded aa average of about Georgia, Blank; Idaho. William IS. Bor' 'tIC' of new roads,-Budapest oorrePall -
be Paid., |1'where victims of dog or over ani- faual address by the president Dr.'''I twenty-eight gallons, the price per gallon ah; Illinois,' Frank O.: Lowden; Indiana spondence' Mall Qatetta. .
1 New York City.-Final preparations J mall whose bites' produce rabies cane Pasco. He, recounted, the:progress of being about $1.50. and it .is estimated Harry S. Iv'ewj; Iowa. Ernest ]3.
are made for the reopening of the''' cared for at cost or at the city's) ex-: .the league work In Florida. during the I that each whale will yield an Hart; Kansas David W. Mulvana; 'ULLY NOUIihSJlEDgrspe"'ertoctly! ,

Brooklyn bank which has been closed I'peur is proposed by a Chicago alder. past yearwhich was encouraging. Hj"i average of 200 gallons of oil and that Kentucky, Blank; Louisiana. John F. Balanced Food. s

since October last About 11,500,000 1 i mast. who has >prepared aa ordinance pointed out some deficiencies+ (fn our the whalebone is worth from $5 to $7 Hill; MarTIan William) P. Jackaod; -

deposit money has been t up and i providing for the Institution. ,The present! church methods -of reaching per pound. They were the Odoutovetl Massachusetts. M!array Crane! No chemist's analysis of Grape- '
an official announcement was made I funds for Its support are to coniid from the young people and Indicated how',al) rnl.M.I: rtiklft;;<-whlch formerly, abound- Michigan, John W.; Blodgett Minnesota the
9 that all depositor would' be paid, in I too dog license fees, which last year. the league could obviate such. lie eat'eted') jtu&South'Atlantic' and iad prob- Frank B. Kellogg; Mississippi.; ; !>. Ngts can begin to show real valde ,

tail wlien, the bank opens, I amounted to$61,600. ,couraged and urged the leaguers. to: tab y;b come deta he4 from a'' large B. Moseley; Missouri Charles Nagel<< ; bf gfood-7-tbe" praptlcal value,'a.Jo. ,

1 I Reports received. at Madrid. Spain, more zeal and loyalty, :< /<'1c 6oJf9ol.J;>s.'It their-1hablt,: to some- Montana Thomas C. Marshall' ; Nebraska II O"D b/ personal experience.It .

ANOTHER SPANISHTEIB.on . 'from the ..west coast of Africa con- Addrcvses were made by :6ner'prominent tines' wander oft(ii} snatch parties P. L. Flanlgaa; New Hampshire ''' Is a food that perfectly bal '''
.Born to cerning the sinking by a tornado on Epworth Leaguers" 'froUr: ,.'h1\ .,,Stat .superintendent) of schools, Fred Kstabrook;' New Jersey.Franklin apced. supplies the needed elements '
1; King-Victoria.Alfonso and Queen the upper Congo river of the steamboat different parts oC the' state. I 'J,;,Halloway, while'on visit to tialnesiVllf :Murphy; New York, William of brain.and nerves In. all stages ot
las Of . %..y ." ,. the life from the Infant through the v"
Vlll de Bruges May. the recently aasoiraced plan L. Ward; North Carolina, Edward C- ,
Madrid Spain.-A son was born to six Europeans who lost their lives fiRST. PAYMENT MAUL. I" ,,: bet will Inaugurate the coming. year .Duncan; North Dakota James Kennedy 't 'enuous times of active puddle life; JaPd

brio King Alfonso of Spain and Queen Vic four were caught by cannlballsti, i M '. -..-< foif betterment, \ -of'the- Florida pnb- Ohio A. I. Vorys; Pennsylvania. is a comfort and support In oil :

''tenburg' formerly Princess Ena of Bat- killed and devoured. Seventy negroes. Bridge' Over Pottaburg ,and' 'sjfvs'r.: Ito, 'school 'systenUXs a prepartory Boles Penrosef; Rhode' Island, Charles .. .

q May . Their. first son .was born on. were drowned. Greeks Soon to.. Bs ComplsteoakJacksonville .. *I step Invthls' Important and timely R Brayton;' South Carolina John 0. .f"Sror; two yean I hue used Orap'r'? "
10t'J907.King reconciliation hastened by the illness ' movement.hebk Qils jean provided
A ; Capers; South Dakota Thomas Thor'sons N'II.ta with milk and little ;
Alfonso. was radiant with Joy, their Is believed Fla.-The 12 rat, .piety." .courseo : ,
of one of Children: tt4both'lj4'.summer'sehoola! a [ 'TennesseeBlank, ; Texas, Cecil: '. ,
k when he: announced the birth of another to be near between Frank J. ment tor $3,000 has been made on the ( (..Ctur...: by-the president! and mem- A. Lyon; Utah, C.: B. Loose; Vermont. breakfast I am comfortably hungry" t
son to tile few >persons> "waiting Gould and hU wife. contract for the building of the,, steel ,tefof fb.ft. 3edsltydoI'.the university James Broek: Virginia. Alvaa H. Martin for for dinner it noon. "
to the' adjoining room. The king. on Following the- receipt of a number bridges over Fottaburg creek and Silver on'atflcuitnre'itrx.rlous! aspects and ; Washington.' Robert L; McCormick .'I use little meat plenty of veg t.... ,;{ + i
learning that a condemned criminal creek the hard surface road' relations and with aPle, and fruit in season, tor'vth* >'.' t' '
of threatening letters from a black ,, pn ; especially regardto ; West' Virginia, N. B. Scott:
v was to be, executed la 4he morning matter a bomb was expploded beneaththe now being built add connecting ,the bow.;. though creating a love for and Wyoming.,George<< B.'Paxton'A1sskn; bOofmeal.,. and .1 If Ured at tea time;* *," ? 5?
.tmmediatslyigned pardon In commemoration staircase of a big tenement Douse, city with Atlantic-Paplo., toeaclt.; -: '"giving.instruction and practice in,this, 111 P. Shackelford; Arlxona; W S. tike Grape-Nuts alone and fatper'' I'' .
of the birth of the, prince i The 'contract price for the work la : constitute the '. jctectfynourlsbed.
and In New York imperilling the lives of whiJh must always Stuargls; District of Columbia 814* ; a
telegraphed to the warden ot the '' several.hundred parsons This was $10,600. and Mr; O. H. Wood'engineer chief Industry, of our state the public oey Bieber: Hawaii A. O.. M. 'Itober' "':>>ieU. and brain power, and.mein. t v. -

:cution.prison; ordering- blm ,to( stop tie exe, tl>e second attempt ',in ;two. weeks: to -for the,Converse Bridge company, appeared j school can ,vastly, ;multiply its.power son New Mexico Soloman Luna: City are'much: Improved since: using : :s ', ,' ,
; blow up the house ." oft -. and asked for an advance on I and influence as a factor in the moral jPhlllppln*,Islands Blank; Port Rico. Otabe--Nuu: I' km oYltr sixty: a"d}" e'k; v1

PAPER ; Brent of tie the price. A -warrant for $1.000 ,was. as;well" as the .material ,betterment ofsociety .Blank., bu.baot" '
TBUST FINED.. Bishop Charle* Henry "ordered drawn" lnbrs Javer. .i wltth.ll15/lb.. My son and
: Philippine Islands. ,was. again elected There was frequent'ment1 of former .. '
reeling hbw I had Improved are'now .
Tw!. lt1-Four''' Companies ,of Manila! Protestant Episcopalbishop of Wash. 'is OUND ....:.The naval station i employes at ,Postmaster William R. Wilcox of Qrape-Nuts. .. le

,,CC*mbl". .I Flnd $2,000 Each., Ingtonito auccMdHenry Y.Satterlea.. .. "' .1 BODY I Key',West will;.enoy..their usual half New ''York city- 8a a possiblecaadK Wink""JysoD'.wlL: Is a' traveling 'man. : '
holiday .during the :months of July' date for' second ,
place. Mr. Wilcox
deceased ..DI.bop'l1nnt'decllnel the' : 1 ir
New.York City.'-A flue of $2,000 was Bret, election but th*. diocesan-convention Man. Who Went Fishing and Failed to I August and September necessary at present chairman of the Public Service > eats nothing for breakfast but. Orape- ,

Imposed upon :each of twenty-four oom- ,Instated'" upon his' choice lathe 'f Return Drowned. ?- .1 order to that effect having. been received ' commission New York ctty1.; N'I&"' and a .U.of'lIIl1k. 'An"aunt. .... ,
;panics paper by,Judge Hough manila In the wrapping United I hope that he ,would-,reconsider,bis acton > .TimpaFh-Mr., Querra, .* ,well-I' from the secretary,of the'navy.Tallahassee'1 .- .- Within ten feet of,the presiding. 4v( user 70; seems :fully *nourished" on' v,
-- had a' Urge torchlight fleer's'desk was a. telephone. It codY Gtalle-Nut and. cream. :''There's, .. ;
;;etales court. : All but on, of these cwo>-: known 'clgaraaker: : of this city, who ,
,panle.;:the Allen Brothers company of' For the liberty of.catling a lady a has bbeI* 'Watching JOT: a. ''missing procession'celebrating! .the."_Oil-- aected directly ,with the whit house tteaaon? X
., .. . r hrlatF1etchet'Ietor,. and there was an auxiliary leading., Neme'given by Posttim1do:, Battle, ; ,
N. Y.
.Bandy Hill. .
u' ,; pleaded gnllty"'topalnlalning goat whom-beclalmed' butted( In: on brother' found Ills body in the' water Into'tha office ot.tbe "'
; : secretaryofwar '' to(
=Rattlesnakes killed a'couple'. of creek. .Mich. Read :.The Road
: 4
: an illegal com blnatlon 'o,, tbeUn "while he was jtelephonlog an- '
:near'the,, dock Ai. Port Tampa. ,The: valuable dogs bellD&'IDC'to'C.. U'Sal: The Ohio d8Iega.11on'.carr. a bead W.Ilville:14 pkgs. < ''" .. t
VMtratnt ot trade., They were''. .m- other lady friend.''-Tom.Sullivan paid ,
trorta; Manila 1'fb.r drowned) man bas'about 50 year! .of tat .of St. Petersburg recently,' tlful ,bu| satin banner with a 'plctura, ;
Association , $15.75 to the recorder's court at Atlanta. of Secretary Tart. Ithogfaphedlit'coh fS\ct read tbeabove4 letter? 'A I eW:
had been In'the habit of frequently '
!". ..aa.., *, .e'and ', ---rb.: 'experiment of surfacing ore upon It. The'banne.was, not .. tope ppears from.time to time.. Tbr'"
fishing la a boat, aboutthe .
# Port Tampa, docxj.;, J roads'with' crude oil Is being watered. }lowed to remain la the ball are. genuine,:true' and full.ofbumait SC::
i trL' .r' with.much ,Interest (1p T IIP" tc>-te .et. i a

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T German Steanuhij 'Arcadia 'Washington, D. C.SecretaryTaft Great DemonstratifonHeld':_ by over de fence b,.-d.' vHttla1 team.-
:appeal ..t.otbe 'Well-Informed .In every Caught Fire! as' Result, presented to M>e- prealdent bU. reale' Leaden. In London.. : 1 Kansas City Journal L GREEN PEAPLEjnts

,. nation, to'take.,effect.1Umie.30. and 'itwa 'j. FITABtvttae'D
walk ot life and ai"essential to permanent 'e:1f..1'Y01Oa<< Dfeeasenper. tataewa
announced at.the,wblte house that PElrLt': PARADE : nentlycured by Dr. Kline's treat J.rverp.
ucceiui and creditable'' .ta dinc; AetorIngjy. NINETEEN( STEVEINIItES HURTCans Luke+,JE.] ,Wright gf.Tennesseewill be 56 ,1II . IN ) ... ttt trial bottle and irc..tle free. tf taawnaalttwu'i ..nsaw '

it I. not claimed that Syrup of rig appointed'''secretary "ot 'war'to'sncceeMMr. Dr. .'K. Kline Ld.WIM'hRt..PbIiaaPa. i a aem q M'u1L

nnd Elixir of Senna is the only remedy of Taft, . With : Th'e' erason'more '
y W_ Wore White Drease Col- people do1 !not find
In making this thepresident sow
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el .UM .Eiploaioik J ,i* Unkaswi.Ship
known: valuer but one'of many reasons wa Influenced somewhat by the ...... Belts Iswcnbed -Vot.l... WeMOjAmbwIaacae -. ,. happiness la because they wtfl not. NL'O""RWISE ;

,'.', why it I is the, best of personal and family! "Was Unloadi" .g Carf From Hamburg desire to recognise'' in an emphatic way: Busy. look for It except around some bank i1itYlMlNEI/ //

yr laxatives 1s the fact that it cleanses, sit 'blla..I sfa. -. ,'that there. Is..uo. longer! )) dividing south CVIUCS.AI.I.aienoo trcnfxoanurrboxge: : casawr wA'.
line bet
ewcetA'.nt'anil rcllcthe, internal organs and,that ween all Jbe'aorthand.the good' ,Americans! are in; London England. .-Fully bait a mil'Hon. ' *, lid' NOT.tint. IMTi"I have had
.:... 1 Is pedple, assembled la, and aroundHyde beadu for It sad have
a. Polladelpbla Pa. One, man and and tbe president ) enema oa my years
thought deed
1 on which It acts without any debilitating I one. have . ALLEN'SFOOTMSE
tried ewrytblag. v lg T
Lead another missing and nearly a was influencedstill more'by: the Park a* act ire- or passive 'partlclpaata T .
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aad ther vlt
louse t lays at-e.-
effects and
after without having to IDtbtwUantiiy 'In .the great 'demon.triUonfor.the
I core of other.* 'are Injured \T *n' explosion ;- 1'ct.that .Go.emor'Wrtallt'. ,personal earned; Mrs. )t. Uar..!,. Tarrsabxe U the
from time '' iteamer atxrlbut.eand: experience eminently Bt 9u.f.of. women aufrrase.whllefor" speediest,ear for eczemaaadallotherakiadbenea.Solq
on board the German. two or three hour the whole center \
'It acts pleasantly and ncturally and Arcadia; from Hamburc. The 'dead him: for ihfca particular position$ of the jclty...was In a ferment Va-. gluts or sent by mall for M.. by T. Bsc drag*>

'truly; as a laxative, amt!' J Its component<< man was a negro stevedore of this TO REDUCE' PRICE OF BEEF. {ions processions appeared) ,'each about TSixa, Dep A. bavaaaab..Ga. I For Tired *
City Sixteen of tb. injured were take . a miles In length and the routes t Aching,
parts, are, known, ((b ,and approved by en to hospitals. .' through which these passed ,,were) A man can no more under.tand'wby Smarting, Swollen poet.-
physicians, as it 4s free front alt'objectionable They are suffering from barn. and Also to Increase Supply I* Aim' of AQ-: densely crowded with spectator the other fellow, succeeded than he

ri substances. To get I its beneficial laceration and tbe physicians. say I I rlculturstDepartment.. Probably there were about twentyspeakers can why he dldl1'to' >
they, do not expect that an/ ,will die. I Washington, D. C.-To increase the In all and these haranged
effects always purchase the genuine-; Tbe majority of the Injured are negro''I supply of beet and'thereby' lessen' its the masse' on the rights of.women to Mrs. Wlnsiowa Soothing Syrup for Ohlldree-,
teo nMlaoenlnn&mm-!
manufactured by tho California'Fig Syrup: stevedore Some of them will lose 1 cost' to the American householder is vote and the tiecesilty of fdre In parliament thin,allay aoftmiathegn*pain,cores wtodooHc ma, ,ViSc a bottM

.c Co., only, and for sale by all leading drug their limbs. The e.pI08lon'occurred |',one"t> the principal object underlying to adopt resolutionon the '
In one of the holds of the .steamer and;.the effort of the department of agrlculture question.: These women' demonstration .Tbs man who talks like a book,may. ;
gist. Its cause Is not known. .']|I to secure a proteld that will are far more attractive from a be.accused of plagiarism .... a aallr..4 c........_ W'

There was nothing; of an .explosive) thrive-in the Semi-arld regions: of the spectacular point of view than those '. bout-I am AltaaM a bmy root-Biu mu,bet*. HIM I am lak a OMKlMtor*ttn*to rH awl.r a m*

The. (cultivation of bananas was be- nature-In the cargo and It Va believed'northwest ,Tne( beef market at pres held by men. To Drive Oat hlalsria and Unlld Vf mf taM mart."I.k.a.i.p. Mr*.to torn, I
I vovM ,
C run In Dutch Guiana; the Government the accident was due to :gases that font_! is being auppl.Vsd by corn-fed cattle. ,, Almost all of the suffragettewore; the System Allm-l. kardlr rocK-C .. sad said A r.-K wmU>Mr m m a b. Kot t ,t,

lending aid. may have accumulated while the hold Grass-fed cattle are not 'a* good white dresses with "cashes of their' Take tbe'"Old Standard Onovs's Tisrs- I a..Md.sw as d O,the K.M bo*/org.s button lhm*.*.!= and Jt ,.ai?Oat.tftf1 1' ,
S 'were closed, '|[Iin quality as those fed on corn. 'The .color, &re n. 'white and pgrple Inscribed Ucss Unit TO>KIC. Yoa know what you seed to a *
'TETTKKIWB: RELIABLB CORE. SI!=ty stevedore were put to workas I beef that la .secured from the cattle : "Vote for women." and the are taking The formula Is plainly printedon j "O.R.R..a.uaa.SSSOSMrOTtar SC,AMUa,HI* '

Tseraatnalsassrelateandspoedy.nro soon a* the-steamer waa tied to her I having photeld foods Included 'In It* scene .''viewed from the platform,was every bottle,'showing I It Is simply QuI. HIIAHK INTO YOUR SHOE
for eceonia; tetter,skin and, calp dtoemsea dock at Washington: avenue, Delaware fare I.considered the but.I quite a feast of co'or.: There was much sine and Iiwa la a tastelea form and the Allen's Foot Eaan, a powder It cures

and T>ral.itchlnd ed by piles.thoucands Endorsed who have by physicians used' It.; river All thft holds were opened and I It. I Ie' to Increase the supply of this goodlmmored-cbafflng and the.singing and moat d effectual!ldren BOa.form. For grown_ people. :,, painful smarting fet; and Ingrowing nail, '

Tngruat soothing, twenty-Are me a. entered the forehold '.kind of beefy\ Increasing the proteld of songs; In the vicinity of platforms, and ,Instantly take the sting eat or oomf
". 'igggiats fromlJ. Stosaaias to, unload,: Ute Shortly after \ and on tills account the speeches practically :Many who' walks to hi work and bunion Bold br all Druggists and
ddi 61"l>y mall T, cargo. 'belt In ,the' west that the departmentof a man : Rhea storm, Wo/ Po..',averpt a mbMI....'
l X>ept. A, Saiannah Ga. they entered there was' a terrific explosion. agriculture has' again sent Nell. 11'. were.Inaudible.. I I slowly, would gladly runfor office, Trtalpackago FREE Address < "
,Some of the men were able Hansen, of Brokings.. D., jnake a The altitude of the onlookers, was I .
There, Is. a hacienda or ranch: *Intie to. climb out 0 of the' hold and other ., thorough investigation of the plant life one of amused tolecance. Ambulances, FEARFUL ECZEMA ALL OVER HIM. J\ n.. .. 4.. ""';::--..... .. >La)toy, N. T.t

ileadcan: .State,of. Durango comprising , were rescued by 'stevedores who were .of northern Russia and Siberia. were kept busy dealing with case of U.s.A.-
10,000.000 acres working In other parts of the steamer. falling. and minor. Injuries, owing to No Xlgbt's Ret for a rear and Limitof : ftaaala*bam she,......'"'"'" qr

Mrs.: ', Great difflculty! wa experienced In 'MAN-EATING TIGER' the treat pressure ot the crowds, but III Endurance Seemed Near- | '
Plnkham the'Lydla R'!:. The belghfof,a mane monument I
getting! the men out because of. Are no serious accidents occurred.,. t Owes Recovery to ()utleura.I .
Plnkbam Medicine the standard of Judging whether It I.I
.: Company, of which followed Considerable scuffling'and rowdjrlsm *) Od almost. completely'eovered ,
the was
Attacks ; son
.Keeper Whose Wife ReacuadHlm
I win his
worth while to and widow
Lynn. Mass., together with her try ,
son, Quick'work; however.'saved the vessel occurred around the platform occupiedby ; with ecsema. Physician treated\
Arthur Vf. Plnkbam and the younger from destruction and the flames With Aid of Pitchfork.. Mrs. Parkhurst- .leadar. of the : him for. nearly year without helping him DON'T COT TOUR CORK*.

members of her' family sailed for were soon,tinder control. The steam- Lo Angeles. Gal.-Ilermon; Gereon, suffragettes,' and it finally I became so I any. ;tHe bead, face, and seek were cor- If:yon suffer with eons, be alou.; ere? i
; Naples on May 20 for a three monlbs' or. nevertheless' was very seriously head animal keeper in the East Lake serious as to need reinforcement- I ered with large scabs which he would rub callous spots oa tbe feet or Soft corns between -
tour throughout )Europe and a much damaged f Park too was seized by both arms bya police. Thirty' persons were treated 'until they fell off. 'Then blood and matter the toes, go to your druggist or*e*&

needed vacation: big male tiger while washing.I Its for slight Injuries as a result of the would run out and that would be worse. Me. by mail for ABsorr'iyisT raauaooarr ...
WOMAN MUST E1E.Mr cage The tiger stripped, both army crowding and.fighting In the neighbor Friends coming to ace him said that if he ".1.". H-oure*quickly: sad permanently'.; t
4 Al) the world's a stage and all the of flesh from the elbows down and almost hood.' Similar scenes': were enacted got well he would bs disfigured for life. without cutting burning'' or "...aMo.". the

.. actors try to mcpiopollre the ,apot *. Mary Farmer o VYitertown N. I pulled his arms, from the sock around Mrs: 'Mattel's platform and .When it seemed as if tie could poesibly flesh and raja, or .r.D.A.d. ',
light i ets. Ills wife came to the rescue and owing to .the general noisy Interruptions stand it no longer 1 used some Outicunsoap dress Tae Assort Co..Savannah,Gao
Y., to Be Executed by Jamming the beast In the eye and few, of the speakers wore ,able Cuticurs Ointment and CutburaReeolnut.
A CORN CURB THAT CURIES.ABBOTT'S ,UUterto'wn, N. Y.-Guilty of murder'breast with a pitchfork, pried 1U to get a- .clog.' _' That was .tbe first night for An average man, living for the rues; ?
: agar moue ooa* r.Il1'I....woot of murder' in the I age period of human life be -cal., '
first degree was the teeth and claw open. nearly a year that he slept.' In the morning may
df'rfuJ remedy for hard or soft evens,.bunIons verdict of the jury In the case of Mr. I I The fight between the woman and CilPPLED. HEBOLeglesa there was a great change fo. the better.. ; eulated to get through about .tSOct.v' 1

sore, callous! spots on the feet wart Mary Farmer;' charged with the kill. the man-eater lasted several minute., i.Y.dMfl, In about aIx weeks he wa perfectly .well.. ; tulle,of reading. .
and Indnratlons of the skin. It Is I f'CapudJ.e
applied tog of Mr. Savar'ah Brennan. The ending only when Mr. Gerson directed and One.Armed Youth Saves
with a brush and nurse without suiting, Jury was out three hour Justice ; 'the prongs of the fork against the Comradsa It I Is difficult to see'hew, a man who1 Cares Indigestion Pain*:, I' .s
burning or soreness your druggist* from Drowning.New has gone fooled anybody,' for Belching, Sour Stomach and Heartburn! f
Hoger' sentenced Mrs. Farmer to ooe animal. eyes. With his arnia released wrong ...
or by mall flour!: r.. ABBOTT Co., Bavaa-- electrocuted at .Auburn t'1.on during Oerson sank to the ground and :'York' Clty.-MorrlstownN. J.. apparently\ .all expected: It from tbebecIDuln& from immediately whatever, .Doctor raua. Jt'e JJqiud.- J&Teeta'
pnMnb) it. 10cZ5e.
nah Qa._ the week beginning August S. I j wa later removed to the bOll lta1.I .\ has a candidate for, a. Carnegie old who medalIn lost ., .. and COo.. at dreg stores -\
e' We would never suspect how am.rttOm1) The crime for which \Mr*. Fanner'; ,I Joe ailligan 18 years ,
I both leg and one aim tn a trolley accident I Some tbe issue'
people were If they didn't tel who Is 23 year old warn convicted BANKER KILLS SELf men try va. : was.most fiendish Her victim.''Mr*.1 I ta.Brooklyn'' .e"eral'ea, ,* altO) when they ,find what,they are .looking ,,''
Drennan who was 65 year old, washer Shoots Himself He beard1hls playmates, Alexander I for .
President a* .Officer Patterson ,and Eustace Monoban.' cry
VKTEIIAN OF TIIIIKB WARS. 'neighbor: .and Intimate friend,.aad ;
Batter Door. intf,out for aid when they .were'drowning Calomel
-- the motive was to gain possession of Take the Place of ;
A Pioneer of Colorado and Nebraska. the BrenDan home deeds of 'wtichMrs. Aberdeen, Ohio.-A* officers 'carryIng '" In- the.gravel pit, pond and rescued nn..I-' _4. ...'__ __' .....
Farmer had charging him with ml. one of them. u.. ... rh Himr fAK?*'
warrant :
forged October. V' r.: :
Matthias Campbell, veteran of the The. crime was committed April 23. appropriation of till funds of tbe -Despite his physical handicap, ailll-- _IN 1.M ; f -....of.SWvt....I\.... .... t,H :. ,
Civil War and two Indian wars/ anda gas leaped into the water and swam to 1.1... qyfaun_I,Nleb ....".tup.. ". '".
Mrs. lJrellnan'waa hacked to Aberdeen Banking company,* werebreaking :: .. .
pieces '
tsg.I a I.
pioneer of Colorado '! the, drowning lads. He directed lhe'efforts t.=.:., .t':: .:r-\
with a hatchet and her stuffed IDa down the-doors of his ban-
( .body of :another boy to save Patterson, ..,........T.r.=rTMo'do........11-- M.
now,,Ilvngs121B trunk. leaded I home to place him. under arrest wy2vr:+ ; 4. rc. isr tor whN roe w.. drink es 4o. rrio sr MM* roe,,
8 East Nebraska Mrs. Farmer" husband Itf also un- D. II. Fawcett,' president of'the who could not awlm,and he himself .. renv'' i'; 4 ,rear d..MresllnNftoa,
street. flair Neb., der indictment on a charge of murder bank;, Killed himself fly shooting" ,seized 'Monohan, who was suffering! J. N.VOuMO.1R..WAYCS0asGA. kNPJY

'..,.: <.I' 'had: such in tbe first degree as accessory to the ; The 'warrant and the .tragedy'' tot, : with cramps. Pushing his charge aheadof FwfoAL1/ 1 '
pains In my back for crime ., lowed the appointment of a>,receive him with the stump of his right arm ... ,
left i i.. =
for the'Aberdeen Banking company, .and swimming with ills Ullllgan ,f.e

a long time that I' TYPNTI -. which had closed Its door. Fa wee t .Monoban\ to shore in safety ";;" .,., ".../'"_..\,t., :::.:tI.t:. :
could, not turn In INJURED IN WRECK. Both the rescued boys were out on- "' ;; .._ .
the bank i ::
organized a* a private concern : or ., .!
41" :o. 'I.-' ,
bed and at time '. UI"
: two the nttle pond on an old and rotten .. ,,I-
year ago. "
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there was an almost per boat, which upset The water I* ten I res..bI... .
Freight and Train '.In Collision i 'II" ,. " 'r, ..... ,
r total atoDnage' of theurine. on Wabash" Railway. THE PAN-AMERICAN DONGREss; feet deep at That poln :: -;;' '- ,-,, -- M w/t-..ic,'jI. '.
My wife have ,,, .. !
and I both used '
St. Louis, Mo.-Twenty' personswere I 'I MACHINES LOST.MONEY. :Jr
Doan'v Kidney Pills for what doctor injured fa a collision between Americans Taking Active Part In the '.' .. After Buffering for seven years, -
a' I <1' thin woman was restored toliealtli MABWLJt _..... sets...&a.e.ea. ir,:;,.
diagnosed advanced kldn.y'trou passenger train and a freight on the 1 1Wabash blacusslon. Speculators Got the Best of Race Betting IMnkliam's J .p p00''EACANBEEASILYMADESEWNGOUR'
biN, and both ot u* have been completely road near Pendleton. Mo. AI j I by: Lydia Vegetable
Ji"gla1ld.-Sev\0: meeting DOYOV"WANT
'. London. Apparatus at Cincinnati Compound. Head her letter.Mm. '
cured. number of the most seriously Injured
Sold by all dealer' S 9 cents a bpz.' were brought here for medical atten- of the congress al Cincinnati, .Ohio A. class 4; between: : Sallie French7of'Pauoattnla.; '

,Foster-Milbura Co.. Buffalo N.. Y. Uon. Both engines, the baggage ,carl I i eDt largely parts attended of London.-were'Among held in the differ-subJect the Kentucky Racing Commission and Ind. Ter.,.:trrites tapirs,,rinkham:
: 1 I. the dlrecton'of the Latonla. $5
Jockey Y
and a mall bad
/ 1- car and 4number of I ; female trouble for'seven
.' If there were no egotism In the freight, car, were, badly damaJed.1 1,I tlan*'',reelaUon.aDd discussed were Islmllar'marriage.clalme, Chris-of Club over the system of betting to be ; years--wa* all run-down and *o nervous ,
world tbe mirror manufacturer followed the track'seems Imminent '
f, would There were 140 passengers, at I could not do anything1. The ,]
Boon be out of business. more bruised, many being' more.. ae-j,I other tbe claim religions on the; the non-Christian church ministry world and the outcome Is availed! with considerable doctor treated me for different trouble '
horsemen IT' !,, '
rlously Injured. {|the church at work among the settler apprehension by .. but did me no good While, In this condition 'LINE OP HOCSUIOLD "
and racegoer SPECIALTIES..,; .
I Mm
Passenger Engineer Christ Smith in American colonies, the AIiJeUcancommU"DIon wrote to Pinkham for advice
broken At the opening of the spring meeting and took K. Pinkham'a
suffered leg and Internal injuries Lydia Vege
and of the
; and was taken to> his home ,In'church' to the .the, duty American the French part.mutuei machineswere tkble Compound and I am now strong
young Tho Installed In the betting anted and well." "v ; 'a
Montgomery City Mo. Mall ClerksW. : .
k delegate to the congress took a prom. : .
where the',bookmakers had formerly
Harrill and II. B. Hubbard of St. '
Inent In the dscuaslons.BUTLER .
( Louis and W. ,J. Cleary of Kansas t j part held forth.. The new system seemed 'FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. is-

City vere badly injured and were taken BECOMES .. to give satisfaction. 'to th..publlcbut, :For thirty. :rears lydia E. Pink ,

; ,to the hospital at Moberly .Mo. ] . -: the management claims that the' receipt ham's Vegetable Compound, made H fcOfai"
hare fallen off to that the track
Wa Scrubbing'Steps' from roots and herbs baa been the
'| ;.When Told of ,
has been loss
operated ata, of
r I" Inheritance In Qertnany. standard, remedy for female Ills '
| the officials putting the deficit high Clean-cut Cake Tins PcHecUoo Tiija 8atVr,
[ Richmond. 'Ya.-Theodore von : SOO as and has positively cured thousand*of ,JIoMIeN,w........ Bwton.Oooken,ftSrhni> . ,
$ to
$1,000 day.. From the
Man Who Was Driving the. Machine per std hundred of other _Cul sad .Uborwl'.nr. .
,- Food Thlen; for-twelve year a butler" In a maehli* ., the club gets five pert cent. women who have been troubled with articles. All *...... m.sranr. .. ,' '
Lo..e.Llr. ,
private Richmond home, has Just been
j commission: on ail money played .dleplacementgInfammation ulceration . :wdtafopsrdeulureeedincgtet t 's- : +,
.' Products 'Fullerton--; 'Cat"-While going' 'at a'officially Informed that bets entitled fibroid tumors, irregularities'\ Start biulMH o
terrllo rate on a trial trip an an auto-:' to high rank'among the German nobil DEAD LT GAS, periodic pains,,backache, that bear., melInei" n m' sto.r v Wrtgbeto. want__e' rget.
mobile 8. O.Mintef, aged ,35, was Instantly ity'and'le thebelr, to almost'fabulouswealth ing-down ahepd 017_ ,tau
.killed two mile north bf town. left by. his father.' Count von Kill Three People, Employee of phosphate tiondizzineB8.ornervoiu feeling, flatulency.iadijreg. W.ire Lb. oldest and bestbnewa mum
Libfcy'sVeal by the overturning of his machine it Thlen.; The official Information prostration. feeluring ase.ring. bow In' the eo.btry. y
...' ., r .U believed that Minter: fainted from comes' from the French and Germancon.ul. Works Why don't you try it ? We. refer you to euy bank mpnm e.a-' ,S;

; heart failure, aa he was subject to ,In Washington. A' brother. .Raleigh,' N. C.-Daniel -Jones. Frank Don't hesitate to write to MM. rnpoti gi I jmmerclal J.a.'DOF. a Low...'. .
I.oa\ such attack.: ;Hi*. machine left "the' Angus..von Thlen.; who settled In New Spikes,and Haywood Lee white, all Plnkham if" there I* anything -' "
; road while going down slight\ Incline York .. now_in .Germany looking' after of this city, were killed at the Car. about your sickness you do not HOUSEHOLD, NOVELTY WORKS ,1

turned sharply to-the left and! climlKid" :the\ vast estate<< 'Theodore, von leigb ,phosphate work, on the outskirts : understand.8he will treat your t 30.100 Tecamsda sa.. BDFFALO. :K. K.At2 .. !
is made., of they beat; a turee>faot bank and after going some Thlen .U11 retain- hi* employment in of the city by the escape of sulphuric . letter inconfldence nnd advise you t
distance overturned and one of the this Qjty./ The nobleman was 'wcrub- acid gas in one of the rooms free.' No woman ever regretted '

; \ selectedineatscienGfic, -' spoke entered Mlnter'\ neck, coming, btng he.'doorstep; of his,employer Three others were' almost oversome-- writing her, and because of her l *;w:=Tk'ompsoa'sEyeWaier''' } t

11. I I out on .the other side, i when notified,of his!,,inheritance.SOLDIEISJUVRED. but ''recovered. .' vast sanda.J''.'
,any prepared and even.. th ou ( '08)NUBIA'S ''s ,

ly: l baked> by ,damp heat : -

Great DsmoeraUo Minority 'Leader- In Conpress "!I Flarebaok of.Six-Inch' Qun Fired Dur. Made, .
In Llbby's byLate't
: WbKeKllclien. American Flying Maclhynelnventor MV ,
Quit* -Effective Dec 1, 11 08. 1. Infl Practice.
: l fhe'' natural ,Washington D.: c!" John Sharp William I 'New, York Citv: -Three members 6f See.' Experiment. : ar.arso w........ -
*, In a letter'to' Henry U.' Clayton, Battery: DIx of'the' Ninth regiment, Ualllmond ort; 'N. Y.-Three suc Msi.LLoecvu: : ., GItOIIGIA'' .

flavor .is ,all ,retained.: caucus chairman,,,,has handed fca ..b"rell&nILlloo' i I New York National Guard' were probably c..dut'"bl.' .,, one''of'which 'Is wild -toie kafr.lerd.1". aaaa d' scAoal. s.wh E.t: ..-i- a+. '

of- the leadership of the fatally injured and several others the "longest"ever made !In ,, -.L. '-
publicby ....... .
-i L; When removed from the democratic members, of the house of J, slightly hart In'an accident ForthWa4e a flying machine la America,. wero c.- tlw aeer. ... dp.rN wa- ysr W. s ............D

representativeeffective at the beginning -j firing. of a. 6-Inch. ,gun at accomplished '' flew "
tin It's 'Already ,to's of the next,session ,of.congresr*.} by. the .. 'aerodrom J
_ Mr.- William said hit resignation (t-1- In connection with No.; .1.' "known .aa the Curtis* "June- ' '

:IV can ':be quichlypre would' bave come' sooner,. buLbe'dld the mimic war now:In pro&r,... .,The bug," which made;ills maiden ascent "KEEPS YOU 'WELL' :

not Want to quit while still under Are. men Injured' dangerously\ t were ,Privates ; here under the aunplces 'of the Aerlai ,

t pared )in 'a variety: ,' of In resigning! Mr William says in case McDowell,'whose right arm was, Experiment, association. The aero- .
: the:next house i* democratic the broken, off; ,Harvey,:", hose, skulk was drome in It* last eight of the day rose .. '
Sots styles] 'and nothing makes chairman should have at least a )'.al"'* crushed; al d'Wel.h"who"receind Internal smartly front the ground and covered AN IDEAL ANTI-CONSTirATlON'. REMEDY

., experience and If It I republican: toe +injuries' -. \, a distance of 1,16' feet at the rate of (TRYA BOTTLB

a better, : summer; :meal; : minority" der can" get the benefit of .'Two< are not expected to survive the 34 1.2 mile. an' hour. The' flight was .Ask ;year "-IerfOf"t.
session"!, <; night .The other -
< *.* : .may,live, regarded as particularly, succeaeful. "
: 1$2.000,000-;; 'I! ; "
In 'the home 'ai the ar ;
'' i I I' JAPS WIN SlIIT. .
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and for' the } ,
,. i camp., : picnicLJbby'i ' ,"
.Great Steel Tube Plant ,I Is Destroyed New.Preventive I Ie Made for Quick Re- Against Editor With' Inciting
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: ; "yeal I Loaf 'j$ a : .In' Ohio. I, -
: 1. ; i aults After,Inoculation, .Rebellion.: _
''a satisfying rJish full of ghelby'Ohlo-pNre', ( destroyed the. I' New. :York City.:-Dr. George O. .Seoul.. Korea.--Japal1 wqp a victory
plant of the Shelby* Steel Tube comtaay Editor,
Rarnbatul i'eturbed-from Paris on the n the prosecution of Bethel. '
food ;value that. brings ,'owned' by ?'the ,United States... "La: Provence with a more powerful publisher of .the suspended Korean Le FOR' ''MEN
Iteel corporation) .The'loss. 'U Mid to *. rsar.v L'
w rabies preventive than that In use Daily New _,He was given, three r ael
contentment!' be close to:$2,000,000. : heretoforeat the Pasteur .Institute In weelu Imprisonment and placed under ., ;lsotton of one 1ltwtt.d ., -

The origin of the flame has not this city: of ,which be. t# _head.., ' bond for six; months and mint not erMKRB1CMCR :'llioa fie'th.j ,t ItNA< .
'Ubty.; .McNeil! 4 LTbby. ; toeeir
.... -. the' various,, factorleaso rap- 'J I Auguste Msrl..lof the, 1n.lIlat.'la.Paris .tried efore.tIIti* :supreme ve :. .Cbic'sMe. .: ,, <(". Idly. that' 'apparatinf_;aent < -ber. :Iron ." Dr; Kambaud said its value-wa* \ at HbapghaUwoa>, the .. ;

I'; ,... .; .. 0'.. ,. ._ .... .,. : .. 'w G' Aallon and. .Mansfleld brspedal"trains'arrived ,in Its quick ,action and", 1(4 power, to barge of ,Inciting the Koreans.)' to. rebellion .
p. too,,Jat.vtQ.! be-pfwserloek'1. : 1 immunize. .dog*;af- ted i itoad/InoculaUona." through,publications.' Ix I SKI '

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CJFIClA J"! RETURNS l I the the that families'''county.Klsslntmee of Trusting many bsan( 1n any never"your way'to.hear Ur dlmin' and W. L fI"BlOB[" .....r.. 1

1G.1908 fished Its grand eflort r"r.high condition I- '
.Jil Second Primary Held June ; of morality I remain NAIL ;
4.. v Yours' truly, : .
" 1t KI88IMMKE. FLA.;..Junl !Zndi11m, TKAVKLKB.Orlando !: : '.
Meeting of Oo oU County Democratic Executive. \ : June 23.
1VMV: '. Cbro'n., T. W Elli, Sec., J. !I. StelTee. Jr. .J.'fc''. William .,
)/',.'D. Whaley, by Prox..F.' W. Hill\ W. A. Kaubank; J, W. Miller Notice.The REAL ESTATEKiSSiMMEe.'FLORIDA .

Ilevolveil, That the Committee proceed to.eadya'ihe returns or tile \ .; .
. i Board of )'Comrnlsaloners . \ '
trhlla".lectlo held oit.June IBth IIKW. / .
Whereupon said returns! .were canvassed and. found to'be as follow: of Oseeola Countv, together with the .' . 3' ,

Tax session Assessor at 10 ., .will m. on meet regular July ; 8' to 60' Penny 8 Lbs for 25 Cents'\ J"A; :

'. ::.... PREC1NS. .Wh; 1908'', at the Clerk's oflice. for the ,
J purpose of perfecting: reviewing and .
NAMES ---: equalizing" the astessmenufov year W. ,W, CARSON, D. .D. S.I. 3+ to 6 Penny 7 Lb& for 25 Cents ,)rt.
: ... : ;.2 r'l'S,, f 1U08, and' of bearing complaints and ,
.6' I I j any receiving property testimony, real as or'to' personal the value of DENTAL PARLORS A .,. .

., I fixed by the Couqw 'Asaessorof Taxes, I .* AT QRAVSTONB HOTEL 4
Fur United States. senator: .: I In accordance with section 23. chapter -
N, B. Droward . .a .". .. .4..r.. 18 11 U'.181'; 2' 4 .21 2 Ifo //11/ '/ Acts of 1007, thaws of Florida.
: Uusoan U. Fletcher. . . ,. .. .. '171 2. X33: A4 7 21; H J1 342 (Seal) K. L. LKSI.EY Clerk. Or-FIC. HOUR* \ 'TO"2 ;..... J
.1 TO 5 THESE '
For Delegates t.o the Democratic NatlJ1Jal ," 2t. 'per ARTHUR E. DONBQAI, D.C. .J 'PRICES'GOOD FOR 20 DAYS ONLY. .r
Con'entlon from the Slatq.e . -
Large: ," I -i Kodak.11( J M. Wn. .LSNtJt.( <, ?' .f
Al UaIUO. Dowden.-.t .. . . f0 4 J 10' 11.. . 4 6 I 101 Bug I .
.a. V1W.
_ .. . . Ifli 1 10 17 II 15 7 tJ 102A. { .......
Max M. Brown . . . : . The OsCoola Pharmacv has secured 1 ( NOTARY PUBLIC... >l .
C. Clewhs: . . . . . . . . . 1014 :1 '', 15 11/ It 2 3 I 13f1 the.local agency for the famous Eastman ,. "*"" ;'
Charles F. Eaton .. . .. . .. In .2' .'e'I 1. . :l: .2 4 74 Kodaks, and now have them 'In 1 { STATE AT'.I..AROK. ) '
A. S. Mann . . . .I . . ::. . ... '1:+; T f 12. .' . I Jl. 108 stock: ranging in prices from *2 to '12.Uuv Real Estate Agent .B. Makinson. CiaTHE .
H. n. Shackleford . . . . . . . 102.1)) 13 12 D It II r. 1611 one and make your own pictures.A FLORIDA. '
For Delea-aw. 10 the .Vt'IIOtJl'atlc NaClonal --.
Con'elltloo froln t'locolldCoogresslonal Vital Pout "
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F.. W. Bond DiatrlctJ. . . . . . . ', .601 6 7 ii.' . 3':1. 'I3T Its The bowels.most delicate Every ailment part of a 'baby is P.A. VANS It., t13W,
. . . . 113' 3 16 II 11 Ii 3 I 174 that it suffers .
8 Davis ,
Pat Murphy . . . . .'" '' 'WI' I 11, 141. . ?, 3 If 2 f9$ tendering with attacks la' most the cases bowel the also life en-of -'I" ATTORXEV\ AT LAW........ GBJIYSTIDIE G (WE B m K D )1G UC iJE NN E SHOPS .J .
4 9o1 r. 111 .
FrankO.8ebrJnjl.' . . . .... ., ,..61 ,12j ::4 .- the Infar:.&. Me Gee's Baby Elixir I I TND NOAAKY PUBLIC, II 1- "
For Ooveroor: 33I j
cures diarrhoea, '
Albert W. GI\ch"bt.\ . . .;. .' _" 30 lJO J, 10' 2.'i' :10 10 347 derangement of dysentery the and all\ ,
John N. C. StlCkwlI. :. . ,.. .. . I'In"1 1// '1 13 . . :: J6 3 119 bowels. Sold by Hober stomach.on's Phar-or KISSIMMEE. FLA ANTHONY A. LOLL,. Proprietor. :
For.Rallroad Commllllloner c -- .
. . .'. . H 9 21// 1 lr13 /6 203w. macy. .. POI
no"al C. nunn.. . . . - -- --------I' -- ., DR. E. AKERS AGBINT '
K. Jacksoo .. : . . .. P2 4 1J: )4, '8' O 1.41. Poor Milkis F. \ .
For, Co\ant1 Commiseioaer Dl.eirict DENTIST' tot
often-thought to be responsible' for I Fairbanks-Morse Gas Engines '
NE. L..D. O'erat.-t.. . . . . ..: . . .. 32 111. . .. 60J. an infant' loss In weight or general .
T. teawel.. . .. . .. . .. . . 4 21/l . . , . : 33 poor health. The cauae 'usually' t. Office over Orlando Bank and TrustCo. and Irrigating Outfits.AUTOMOBILES IS I
'jIstlct I that the child has worms. Tbey get Phone 73. .
For County Commiuloner Jo.
the nourishment In the food and the .
No.3' Crown, Bridge. and Poroelean work
W.'H. Mann, . . . ... . .. . . . : . . 33 ., 00" . . 4 37 baby starves,actually l starves. White Specialty.NorteThose .
;J. So .. . . . ... ... . . . . :JII! . . -. II 48 Cream and nourishes Vermifuge tbe child expels sure the and worm cafe desiring my services RENTED OR REPAIRED t 1 1t

------ 1'rloe 25 gents. For sale by Kober. should make arrangements in ad- -- --
Resolved by the Osceola Deroonrntlo, Executive Committee!; Th'at the following on'a Pharmacy.Our vance. t
h candidates received the of the cast In ORLANDO ARTESIAN WELLS DRIVEN: ANY DEPTH
named county majority votes -------- -- . FLA. "
the primary held on the loth day of June 1008, and are hereby declared Offer of beds at 92.75 for ODe< _ .
a to be the nominee of the Democratlo party In Bald county of Osceola, and week expire tomorrow Don't fall DR. LESLIE W. WEEDDN u .. 1I
the Executive Officers of this Committee are hereby ordered to make certificate to get one. Thev are good value.

accordingly, that Is to'say. : .. THE UOMK $: TORE.tAv We, Solicit all Kinds Work
K. L. D. Overstreet, for Commissioner In District No. 2. \ Specialist-Eve, Ear Repair C
'J. S. Stratton.. for Commll loner in District No. 3. -

Kesolved further.'Chat. the Chairman and Secretary be ordered to certify Nose and Throat...... ., - .--- -- -.- -
the returns of all State officers to the Chairman of the Democratic State .
Committee. -- """"' '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''

Adjourned. ... T. M. MUKPHV, Iscerrnv d"iPrr/ers t1't
Chairman Osoeola Democi atlc Execute Private "Hosoital, American National .. r:
Committee. C. A. CARSON! "' Pr ldat. N. C. BRYAN Me..r'
T.:W..EI.LlM. Secretary. a Bank Building, Tampa,
; rr I3 E
Florida. '
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past century, caring I little whether the are Parr the he.t Beads known and ;
town, l progresses lust ao lootf as grits he moo reliarla l seed..rowEvery r. Waters & Carson Grocery Co. P
and white meat are In the larder. packanehu behind the reputation I | .
of a houM whcae bu lneM. BlaodardB are thetilKhMt

:: IF, en e PQndence should . .. .... i
by vou..clt. officeholders, and If thev to alt applicant It ontlna oolav d pliU tid
.iirarli>>d rulldMnrlpUora,irloMaad dlraoUoo' PHVBIOI&M ARID "URG.oN.
are devoid, as they seem' to be, of a for planting or. .Le TmrliiUM vf Vaimtabl* aodFlower GR'OCERIES'
SMda. limUiiabl M all. .fland jot U.O. $
spark of
11 I rr progressive spirit in their ._........ ... __ .
make .0" '
turn them M. PERRY* 00; Detroit Mlon.
up out and put In men .
....... ..'. $
Kissimmee's Advantages.EDITOR with some civic pride in their breasts. -. --.. .o. fr om. .
and then let' the cltttena\ cease their .
VALLEY'GAZETTE.J . knocking and boosting', bit.. J. W. "SIMPSON COUNTY AOBNTS FOB
J I police lo editorial column of smd soon ty tiM
)'ou'll)l have a t be proud '
'your issue of the 19th an Invitation is of Instead of a hamlet that Is cow a DENTIST. i II A Y [ CRATES b
Extended to each and every citizen of disgrace to the Inhabitants.MIUR&TOKY.. Celebrated Fertilizers I ,

-the county to offer suggestions: for the Upstairs in Katz Build Ing.! GRAIN I ; 1 1ETC. '.' M+ ttf'
k betterment of Osceola In immee :
J, county general Kis" JUDe 24,- ,- -, ..'
r'", aDd: KUslmmee la' particular, and t II.a... m. to 12 m. Clrcnlaire. end Prices -. I sc'r
-- OFnCE.H URS: I .......... fcth
:while I am ODe of tbos*erstwhll birds V. I. S. Should Be Aided. 1 r l:3Oto 6:30j m. cc Aeelioati.a
/ IlHIDS \
'who have no home or habitation like Telephone No. 76 Jun 6.'lyr. J....
.r ,:je Wandering takelaI'vautha your EDITOR VALLEY GAZETTE,' '.., etly
''permission I will of Recently m, business called tai to JI.
toe opportunity to present a few Ideas lour city, and I spent. a moat agreea-' G. F. KKIBBSATTOR il FURS W' Q. O.L to'wl
to your'reader* that'hue found lodgment ble day calling: on your merchants. I .
In the brain of one of the migratory have usually visited Kiaslmme free N Cr-AT-L.A W.
variety. of bipeds who has resided quently but lately have been kept busy o6untr Prcdu.ce a, SP.ec1.a.1't31" ..:.. et'S

f arsons you for some months. In another .eoI.loD.o it baa been many Office In the' CourtlHouse-Kis-; ,- , "'} ..C- ."'/* T-' -.V'vvv *\ ',..J.. .,' ,._._, ). '. c.p1
"f ,Thr. ard'fewo ,er.,fetr!., places on months since I trod your streets. aimmee." : .

till continent blessed with more natural > Heretofore I had known KUslmmee as , ;. \ . :' Florida.With' 1 , .. .'........ . vvv'. ,,'%" ,. ,.., >J '. .. % %% s mI'th
advantages than Klsaimmee. Cll- but an ordinary county seat with only whom will be :seuciated''in' tbe ....,.
have that I la little short of fairly rood accommodations ..... w.." .
-yoe travelers J H. RED ) ITT trial of cause the law Brno of ..- '
'paradise to those who have (Men accustomed having several fine stores. the ,. Massey 11t:;.rlow. of 'v'w F'vr: -'v-.. .....--'v !'... '-;
to keep almost constantly greatest number'of fine cows of any r----- "
within door on account of Intense town In the State(always la full view), JEWELER IAND Orlando'Sprigs NORTH KISSSIMMEE. PHONE NO. 8.. J ** tht
several I saloon ----- ---- -------- -- --
cold for more than half the and doing a rushing business ";
sleep on roof of houses lear paries and a percentage of idle negroes WATCH REPAIRER. t I '
r tot three month out of each twelve obstructing the sidewalics rather greater + eh
that the might Inhale one breath of, than In other nlaoek'I.vlit. Call and see' mrllLtoe of Watches FlemingCLEANING C. W. Griffin i '.. ; sdd.x

pus* air' Her It is. almost perpetualprint .. No one can understand my surprise ... F ik ,. do
', tbem not. being -ODe month lo at lobe chants I noticed In your city I 'sejal
the year when ODe 1* at all unoomfort-i could walk from the depot to Broadway t (
,able under cover at night. On the new improved sidewalk Any article of Jewelry] Promptly Or. '.
Here ;you have soil that. will yield without. contact with the former crowdof t Fancy; Family )" ; fol
: I quickly aDd abundantly, of almost" half-drunken negroes. Tbe saloon dered'unon Request DYEING. all
everything known 10' tbe garden'and I used to pass and presence j : ,
a. Fresh Meats. rt
orchard world! and with less attention I than U boa been rof'lot to 'eeberore. 'drinking in business hour had passed I It '. the
Your city Is la the center. of the j awav. It was now a commodious store lit. Delluery Every Day at any Dour, Patronage: Solicited. :" stab

the greatest State.orantfe.. producing. section 4 of the full family of customers Instead buying of spirits comforts to Injure for TEA Leave will word be c..Uedlor at.,my house and returned.and\ clothes: I .Agaek. .At'IIiIk',a./,6-.._.&..........Aj ) del

G Your city Ion the main line of the them. As an evidence of the businessthis
fees railroad system" in Florida.-160 j new firm was doing.I saw two Satisfaction -h.+...... .
mUe...from Jacksonville on the east, wagon loading with household furnishing Guaranteed:: I
and 75 mile from Tampa on the west.. *. """ "'ao ""'" "'.. '" '" ii''

You have water transportation to Registering/ at tbe Grayttooe, I In WILLIAM." KIDNEY PILL atMlt. 1.i* 4 II.NlIaT: : MAOH. ; ;eraS eve
_ r the Gulf through a chain of lake con' found one of tbe most cozy comforta Have yon neglected'your. Kidneys. Have bar
netted by canal.' ble hotel. i it was ever my fortune. to yon overworked roar nervous .'."'11I and (
You have wealth, edugatton and re wl.lSurel, Klstlroroee can boast Keeps 0.liars med jon trouble pains with inloin..aide.roar I kWaeyi back and,crotn bladder aDd MACH BROS. % nee thapia
Dnecoent among your clftaeus they are now Able to entertain tourists bladder? Have you a flabby.ppearaoo.of the ,
All of these things you have. a* comfortably at any city in the You WelL acne especially' under the eyes? Too frequent I'' sac
But- South. a desire w>paae nrtaef If eo, William Kidneypill.
What use are you making of them? During my visit t did not hear an will. cure you.-At Oeoeola FbtrmaorTioe30o. Livery Feed and Sale Stable. AMT of..
For lobe lack'of a little enterpriseand oath, a vulgar remark or see one Idle + ; ( .
abe expenditure of co great amountof man On the other band I saw every Yt .
money to put a lock in three canals evidence of morality and material' ; I Ills) an WE HAVE .JUST IWOOD--DRAYIIMQ: ... :..) wk'We
w the water ha. become so low tranipor, prosperity. New and beautiful homes : ( .
tatlon has ceased except'bv; row boat, have sprung up In various portions of ? (Ideal Everything Is 'New and ..Flr8tClas8Vc, .will ran
that. It-difficult., also RECEIVEDa .
and thereby forclogthe your place numerous business AHUBI '
merchants along the route. to pup.r .. houses. Yi, Render Prompt and Satisfactory Service [ and
their goods in Bsrtow and ft; If Khslmmee In h. Remedy for I to I
oha2 persists present Day or.Night. All Kinds
and complete line of I '
Drug's .
Pearce,' to tbe great detriment. of your purpose of Improvement and adorn- qgrwbF
_ tit,'* business interests. merits as laid 'out by the V. I, S., It I '(y Heavy! Hauling., [ t .
The streets of what. could be madeOne will become one of tbe most beautiful ....a ConstlpaBilious- and Patent Medicines. ; one of. the r.
of' the must beautiful cities in the tourist point. !in the State as well a* + .uo." I Ibe'st AT. BE!!:AM AN'3 OLD STAND" PHONE 113. 1f rr, OOWII1n
land are t.he pasturage of great business ceottr.. 1101 assortments of Stationeryever I k.'I'. '
extent that beat
cattle"la fact to such, .n Your location at ,the bead of the I t
the -question Is frequently, asked If I water navigation of the peninsula tile brought to Kissimmee; high suol.
;Cattle King Lesley Is making use of !J fertile section of country surrounding Indlgestloi . 'Ai etc,

: .''KtsslmmeeVthprougnf for his annual you Its freedom from annoy. loir" insect grade.St Cigars, Tobaccos and Gig'ar-' >oopc ooooocxx>oc>ooocx c>ooouoooo I IC they

# The roundup'J streets are dirty even. to Bltht-,i,'eventually*, and, a healthfulness large population, ensures and Increased , ettes to 'suit, the most fastidious i ::;A:.'CAR 6'l; :.1./,..., !.. A. CRANFORD \ 8.L. LUPFER.Baentary. .;. of o oittli

s1c 'mess, a pile of. brick: bats today lying< I valuation of real estate. The Pr.e1deet' Vtoe-PreaUent. ,. '"",
1' directl the street rUDolnll'1iJ',tbeP.rr plan proposed by your ladles of plant- ness and baseball Goods? on hand and mate .. .11.1. trot11nfe
Hotel. that has' been there forbore ]I log. palms on your street, giving thema M "
.' than a month. '1 1Theelty tropical appearance should be carried coming r ; Sling-shot rubbers fprl every ;'r 1ooby

,' possessed edminlstratlondoesnotseem of .ufflcl, nt foresight! to see3.tb I In Klsslmanee out at once.a* well Every a; *bu.lne..maa every prop Dyspepsia... boy in Kissimmee; Toilet KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. DesAnd i

."' . necessity.of providing a chemical''j arty holder should aid this project.' j.c Articles w r.r
engine and hook: and ladder truck and LK your place' be ,widely known a* .and all kinds cfj. ..Druggists' -; '
Co' encouraging tbe formation of a the Palm City" rather than the \' I' Nmoslat
Leer Ore company among the YOlua-1 "Cow City. -7' It. Is toad for the liver Kidneys, Stomach Sundries-In. short; everything -
!; and by being so shortsighted After present. pitta ors carried out ,Bowels and Blood. and : Ill
surano is' necessarily 'high I'would suggest a club room for tour- It takes the pUoe of calomel and lea re.* tiu.t'one might, expect Ito a, Rough: Dressed r c
'r bun of fir the bt you could do would late and t.raellnamea., also to be used no bed after effecU.. tltaoa to pray lor ,,1'a.IDblle tour bulldi t i by your cltlcao It U needed la ... Spring! summer fi indinan, up-to-date ..Drug1,.Store ,
.logs burned,_. I can not close 'this' letter''withoutsaying Fall and Winter, by N.... Woman ,and Pine Lumber.
r -You: have an abundance of vacant thai in my opinion th* eloalng Children.x . can be found at L
.' property situated in grove of oak and of the saloons. In your city will ever 11 l Is extremely palstable- srs. ehlldJtta 'o-o ---- s "r4. ?ly' 'SHORSE A
Dine, bat It 'has evldenttr' never ceourr > be regarded/ as the most memorable, like h.' Buy a 1 bottle>> from
***>'YOYp city father that a pnbWEwxmfd the most beneficial dar ever occurring KisSMMflee i Drug .Co. .r M
l ealrance both the beau- In your hlstorr. You will ave hundreds :
01 town gnat the value of your of young own who will now become K19f.!S PMrI;ICy .r L. fPraorlptlobi :" BILLS A :
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tf' : tec Influential member of your com.1D1lD" 5 OarralyAoour andS .
yoaatwn"_ to_b.J1IVinglin' th*.J ".., You harp added"comfort to ,IM'lUKM11FLA.' S *>uly FllUd.. n1
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