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: July 3, 1908
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00340
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Jim 'Ken,. The men, who were in'a'18 I JN AGAIN IN NlfUTUN-TfH( I

.THE,1 COURT HOUSE WOULD MAKE boat not being armed;took to the water t -- ...
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with the./: exception of young Gag : -
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I The three the Indian and oYerpo..e made their Gov. Broward Meets Defeat With \ t ,
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AN ADMIRABLE SCHOOL BUILDING cape. '
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; was fouad to be nothing serious, Good Mina. : and Congratulates ; '. '.., ,.", "
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; The Very Best of Reasons Why a Now Court llouso Reed Uryan. who has charge l Oor. NjtBvBroward, defeated candidate --! ,1';' : .., : 101< ,!'

work. for United States Senator was ,- ,. ''''' ':-> ',';1"
\of [ Should Bo Built on Broadway and'the "Old CourtHouse Tbe only solution to this affair' Is at. headquarter 'this. morning, a* : ,.'
9, that these Indian* were in Miami Moo- cheerful as ever;.....nd seemingly withno 01'' ". .

Converted. Into n High School Building.. day and the one who-did the shootingwas heartburn a* the result'' of'Tttet ,. ); ,. .
Intoxicated.-Miami Metropolis. Be related several
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-.- anecdotes In connection with tbe campaign : ; :. ,.". .. :, :

t I ILLEGAL VOTING IN LEON. and said that he was well, and t .....

_ It baa ever been the |ItOlicy and de purchase the entire block OD' Broadway -.i .. read to resume active' and conataat .. ,. .
'+ .ire of the VALLEY GAZETTE!: to aid lathe j opposite thepostolflcethat. is now i work as Iiovet( nor of the State. 'I' \ '
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upbuild Ing of Klsstmmee and Os occupied by buildings of little value Payment *f Poll Tax .Not a Necessityin A Metropolis.,reporter approached I' . -:' !

ceola county, and while at times. we' and far less beauty; construct thereon him and asked: : ." .., ., ..
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have advocated certain measures which a' r.t.-class court. bouse well appoint That County. Governor what have you to say \ .' ''. .

,did not then seem to meet the approvalof I ed to meet the needs .of this growing about the primary of last TuesdayY"The > ,

the majority of our eltlcens-sill| It county for years,, to ,come; purchase' For'year past it has been claimed Governor replied: '"It appear i' ,', .. . :- : ,.: 'J:; _
''has' ever and will continue to be our, property In some secluded section of that.) there la much voting in nearly from the reborn-so fat received' that .It!,, . .' 1.. .' I,
build thereon and a'' In Leon without. people whovoted fur l' '" :, : '" < )..;; .. .. .'
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aim to otter suggestion! that seem to I he city a ,Jail every precinct ooontr there were more ,, III\\.. .,j' ', ':; ,, .'. '
.-uMcf.be( for the advancement'of oureolimunlty home for the Sheriff 'In keeping with the payment of poll taxes.. That thisIs Mr. Fletcher than there were who '' i\\ "l"-.I: . .t" .
morallr. Intellectually and the advanced place .Oeceota holds in done has been acknowledged to a voted for n>..." ->' '.1. ,, : ': :' .. ." .': ;1!''ij"1\'I:. .

financially, the list of counties of Florida. Then Metropolis reporter by a prominentState '.Oov..bow-doea one feel who ,"J ,?' :" .J. .j: .. ,,' ; \ (} : ... ,. .
r.. Klssimmee with It* many natural beautify the /grounds surrounding the. official. The law regarding this has mad. good fight and lost??' : : : : r... ,

.' advantages, and populated by a court house, making It a park where. matter is a* follow: "' "Whyi"i be replied, "hi heart 1* 1.\\", ti .: .'-,. ,,''. .'., , : n of cltlsens who are the peer In cI..1 curtltleeos and visitors may go In the "No person can vote or take part In gladdened by lovof tbe other fellow." A, ... ''1i('''' tiAl.' ... '. t ',. t d
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t sense of anv la this land quietude of the evening and sit in ease the proceeding of any primary election '.'Do you mean to say. Governor, ";".? ,V"j./' :", . !
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one of4he foremost"towns in bu.lne..1. and comfort. This will add greatly to who 1* not by the law of the Statea that you are not disappointed ,',, .m. :J.tl'itrl.f'; ; ,. ... .
'and beauty In Florida' especially aa the value of property. along Broad lawful elector, who hat. not paid. his "I mean to say that if polities may ., " 'Q 11'1Jh I'f,. .' '.. .

it wt'.l 1 require th..peodltureor small 'in fact all over the city, as It.will poll tax legally due not less than ten be called a;game no person-who can- , ." ;,,Y".J'.."" ; "','!". .,, j
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means. on the count and city's part to make Kisslmnoee present- appear day before such primary. election Is not laugh ,when he lose should playat '. "" ,'"."' "A"iI."I" ",;. ,1, '\ '" '

make ft BO Tbere nothing loojfood sacs of thrift. and prosperity. that. will held, and authorized to vote la any legal . all. I go into.a political contest ..j,1''', '-r''", rt.I ." ., ,' ',. "
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for our people and whether we care bring new residents to her borders election In the ward or precinct for only when I believe that I have a mis , ... ,., >.I. ,, . .' '1-1J I'
fo7ff' bcZ..jualration of tbd outside The County Commissioners to trans which such primary election la held.'! lion to perform. Having conviction .' ., ,.. .': 1 1:,:,:,.' ;" -.i. .> .
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r world or not. we are entitled to havea fer to the School Board all right, title And section 202 of the Revised Statutes upon almost every political. problem l .." ;, \ .'
feel the great- la and the old""courthouse the. qualificationsof I In became .'1.0, ;" '. ,,14"c.. ,/ ., ,
town In which we can and Intercut to provides as to that. confront the people go . 'L' ,. ..
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,t.pride. And In this.connection we and grounds for and In consideration legal,elector. In the State, as follows ] I believe that. .1 can serve themas ; ) JJ: +d1ltrln}\ <:;: "' ,,' 1..". . ,
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offer' the following suggestions, believing of the building and grounds : well as any other man can, and I J' \ H L"'I'i" ,/ \ ,: l .',, '
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that if adopted they wl'l be of DOW used as tbe Ctceola Ulgh School "The Supervisor' of Registration' am sure of the determination to serve.I if ..,. ...<(, ;'r'.d. , 'v-t.,'}JiJ iIIW;. ,,'I.,,'"I" : ''i ( I .. .
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+ incalculable benefit to our entire, section the School: Board. 'aBillmlnlf the debt hall note on tbe registration books, have a. perfect right to offer the people .. /. ,.'.: ,.',, '.''i'jJ\f' < ,'.;m. 't"v, BY ..xv .' '' V ' ,, i! oJ.l a

In that they will bring beauty to of $6,000 standing. against. the court which he shall furnish to the Inspectorsof my .el'Vlce.J; and they consider the 11I.' ,"' ". ':'( ," //1 *-'. ....'
our, town and more business to our house.* the different election.districts, the. offer with the offer made-by' whoever I: ,I'; :'. !'" ;"sU'-1?' < .,' .' .", . ,
[inercnants: There see more square feet of floor names of aiL JJ8rIWD. I' jCl Uttered therein else I I. running. If a greater,number ill .,. ","'.' ,1\,;,1j .". t. ....,J" .lWP'jo 5'W': >," "" v"i' < 10'J

Our court house Is too Isolated to be pace In the court house than. there are who shall have paid on or before the accept ma to do the work, of course I J ."... .' ..,.".- 1>'.. .. !;!., '' ", ,'* ..', ,, \ .
of who havet'r and it Is 'BO month make the Wi.; ./.. ,)', >\ ',' "', "
that benefit to our people in tbe school building, .second-Saturday! the immediately am greatly gratified, always I ''' .
business with the county that It Is In- constructed that with very little alteration preceding tbe day of election best fight! I caD under the circumstance f! ; 1'1,'. '1" ,"

'w. bended U should be, and I* far' from It could be converted Into a their poll or capitation taxes for two *, and If I win I reJoloe. and If I fit f'" .'
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r, hdms adapted requirements building purposes years nextprecedtngthesear lose I lose regret. ... .
tfll oountv i The vault .!n. wblch the that would meet every requirement for such election Is held, as shown by the of my friends at my defeat J.
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records are. kept, and which could. not years to come. The children would lists furnished to the. Supervisor by Is source of very, great concern I "... ';
i ,'w'be replaoed at any cost la ease they have the most shady, the prettiest recreation the Tax Collector, and only such ner- and regret to me. To me this life .appears J. .'
!J 11' were destroyed by Ore, and not even grounds surrounding! any spas shall be deemed qualified voters to be a great sea generally turbulent t ,

't partially without. an enormous out school building In the State'a thing authorized to vote at any general, special in Its behavior, with a few days 5 '' ,
a. L. lay of money, is unsafe In every sense that Is often of as imicu value toe or mwnlclpal election calm., with a-full measure of storms j'I I ., ""

and wholly.inadequate fpr the. .coun Child as a well conducted school. It is In the face, however, of the above and cyclone; and one who' I Is ,'onto' .., F "" et
t ty's need. To remove or remodel away from 'business, as all schools statutory regulations covering the conduct the position he occupl: In the world I ., \ .. ' ;

these. vaults would require the expenditure should be, there will be nothing to distract of both Qrimar general: elections can have his every moment occupiedto 'rvr r
of a large sum of money and the pupil attention, the citizens la Florida the official canvass some advantage to those about him. : "Ii

n then, possibly, our needs would notbe la the neighborhood will be relievedof of the last primary, says the Penraco- Opportunities for guiding problems I ;
f that constant dreadd of contaplon la News, developed the following fact through this lea to the safe havensto I.
metTice; basement of the court house Is from the Jail and tbe pretence of black regarding the vote 'In Leon county: In where they can becomeof'' great i Watch this space '

,Id.; .. a residence for the Sheriff: and criminals, and property. will enhance precinct No.8 of that county the poll benefit to men will keep any One busy.It 1: ,
,: ;a)Jail for the prisoners, which 1. entirely la .. lists showed that. there were 19 quail- la the duty of every person to look T
out of keeping with the neighborhood The school building could easily\ be fled electors, while the returns deyel-. forward with satisfaction. to the. doingof Next. .week. it'w111 contain a / '

?.': *ID which It is situated, for no sold to private JI..rtle.\o. be used for. open that there. were;.21 votes polled, e..r,. 'piece of work" at'It'< Is .his ,., : .. \ ;'c
better class of people inhabit the earth hotel purposes, as It Is centrally located 19 for Mavs and 2 for( Kehoe; In precinct -duty to do, and to rejoice In accomplishing '' "' '. :; <. '
than those Immediately surrounding and K.iSBlmtneecouli.well support No. 10 the poll list showed that. It. There 1* no place la this .v 'wonderful tale' ;

W the court house 'grounds, and It U a another hotel of that' size. there wem 10q qu.IIie.d..e1Ct.( while world for men who when' defeated become .' t" '. r
'' source of constant. regret that. they. are Osoeola Is today la the best financial there were 14 votes' polled,. all for sour and embittered In spirit." .

{'I, forced to dally look upon and raise shape or. any counin! Xol'l1a.! I Its May: and in precinct No. 16, in 1 which "''O.el'oor-.hav. you Pl.dno\ 'of how, we are selling goods. ot .
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their children In the. 'very presence of entire debt being: only tiOOO, which Is 1 I there we only 61 electors qualified, 'pianlV'! asked the reporter. ,,- 1 \\.v.: > "
f. criminals, mostly] of the low negro not due for two years, but which couldbe there were 94 votes polled, 63 for Mays "Do you meanby that any work? 4 ... "

;. "typ*. The jell Is' the only place of paid now If due, as there are 7,6OO and 31 for Kehoe. The above quoted Yes I have a !great:deal to do that S such low prices. i

;jootnlnement or refuge the county ha In the treasure. It would not requirethe figures are as stated, taken from the should and must be.accomplished for ., ., .
in which to place the Insane and those. levying of any Increased mlIIage official returns, hence Iii'would seem the people during the remainder of my

:)'t 'who are so unfortunate as to be stricken to pay off the 950.000 bonds, as the Income tbat at least In Leon county a very lax I term In office, which 1 propose to do '

with! contagious disease, as was the of the county under the present regard for the strict observance of the with all my ease m few years ago when a man was rate is sufficient for that. purposereo State' election statutes has crept into splendid, people, who are entitled to I ;' e 4r

..-placed. 'therein ..ulT.rlolf"wlt.b small- under those conditions the taxpayers the conduct of elections la that county the. best service that Is possible for any ".1" ''I' I"'I" .

f>ox, which was a most. unwarranted would" not be out of pocket one cent In reality, it might justly be observed official) to render I propose. to go out : 1t

,enaoe to the. health of our citizen but on the other band property wouldlecreaee that old l eon has, through a force of of office with. every trace tight, and 'f. ; II ., ,

The wall of the |I.n are unsafe and la value five times. the amountof . habit ,acquired years ago" when such with no regret, except that I was notable 7 >t t ......,
would not bold) for an hour many of the Outlay,. measure were necessary to the accomplishment to accomplish more for.the. goodof .'

the desffurate criminals of today and Another and one of the best features of white*supremacy, returned the great, patriotic people who have -: 1
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!f b. the obly way in which the Sheriff attached to this proposition, if carried to methods. employed in the desperate so-honored,me.," :: .
.5, could ''safely keep such would be to Into effect' In a short. time, is that it days of the late seventies and> early Governor Broward then1. '' asked the .

'* place Lbemlo, the Iron cage, which will giver steady employment to all our elghtlea.-. -Jacksonville, etropoll... Metropolis to publish the following; J
.' f should be used only for those convict idle mechanics and bring a goodly To the Great Hearted People ol
+ ; ed of a heinous' crime and awaiting number to our midst and we.all know Florida: About two. months ago I
i executIon..The Sheriff' of.'this county that ninety per cent of every dollar / Cattle Laws.. ,. addressed you a letter offering myself \ .. of' lt ltZ

does'not. receive 10 tees a sufficient paid out in wages finds 1U way In a few Don't. drive away other people' as a candidate for United States Senator -' : -
amount to enable him to employ a save in circulation among business cattle. and asked for your suffrage. Tbe I ::4d,

i jailor, and. therefore must of necessity houses. This being so, it will readily Tbere seems to be three grades. of primaries havej>een held and the. returns "
6 ', act 10'tbfto capacity himself'and that that. it is but loose In '
be seen turning covered the statute show that you' have by your ,, .>
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Hol'OH.e.ldeooe for his family to be business circles rood of ; . ,
a ( sum money 1.Act ot 1887-Whoever wltbouUcon- vote nominated; Hon. D. U Fletcher "
|alao4n the basement, which Is wholly during dull times such as we are now United State Senator and I must ' .
cattle. for i t'i ,
Interferes with or ,.
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;unfit for.such usage, and no man, es.'s *. undergoing. In fact, unless something: other domestic animals on the rangesof bay that on account. of the. tremendous i" I ,:_ ," '., '," ... r
,1 J peclally the one who is today filling of this nature. Js undertaken: a large literature sent '
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of misleading
the State, by willfully driving from volume S' ,./ j,',' '"
>. that' moat responsible position and number of our mechanics will be forcedto one place to another or. by penning out' againet'me.i not surprised 'ill' ;.;., ", ..,,\ !it1J <: !("J -' : ',). ,J;;. :'{' I" .
,'.wbo leered Itfed\ with being/ one of the seek other. fields In search of work, such cattle or domestic animal, shallbe were unable to determine definitely :: ,. ' 't .{ ;;,}Ij., ...; ; .' '\.,',1I \,., ;< .
[ 'I best officers thi county ever had, WI' for there Is not enough building going I,. < .< \ I.
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punished by imprisonment not exceeding ', ..'. , .
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".rlbl.( children under those coodl- half the uumberemployed II '))11"1 ,> .t.,. ', .f' ,
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on present for not. von .
be voted by or \ .
six months or by noe not ex you II . Jir\ .
lon8. . ; !:i7; .t"t 't" : ) ; : "rl.1: ,>" ; : !,:" " r. ,.: : ,
half the time. \ will recall I was charged with making . .. , ',r-
needing one hundred dollars I "" 'I/O/ #" ," ,i>r'Jo\ L. '. 1(: ":
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The bullying J being In such an out of looks be T' 'd'\'Wi , ... .
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;"" proposition us 1868Whoever driveany unwarranted oomprimlse With several < ".. \ , >' ;1;' 1 ..>- .
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way puce. not attraction standpoint. '' .' .. \
,: llCd from every ana we cattle the property rf another, dlraot* land companies and railroads, taking I r. ''' fit ...'.
. to"our town It should and.every ,'lI"1, : : ".
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would most respectfully suggest to fees regardinga "I' .1 '
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their more attorneys " '
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; stranger who may happen to take this ,. " . 1 0'. -j ,
k County Commissioners to deal with the Standard Oil Company ?; ; '''IIIif' 1 I. .
bare business with the. officers must matter up at their. next meeting, and if five miles from the house ofLb.ownerlwltbou' using public funds to de- ,'.: .:1 :'. ;.: ':; I ../-X\'ht"l\\(' > '';.',j \ ./y -rj
to votes, .
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needs be piloted to It and all know permission, punished ", 1.i" .t\., ;' .' .. "!'f. j:, .'',I' u'C.
we they are undecided as to what courseto dollar. fl'a01'\' campaign . personaldishonesty ,Ikl p'l J" <,''ii .,-- ',. I""I' , r' \ . ...
exceed Ing.fifty "
by fine not '
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omcl.1 should be (- "
that buildings so unfriendly o 't: ; \
invite the citizens '' 1"
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3. Act of 1896-Whoe.er a \'' :: : : , .; : : 7" F
to nt the needs of business < '' \: '"
placed as before them and .. <
generally to come express distance of ten miles or further any I old soldiers' pensions; and I was even I ', y" .,"" '
.. :and be an ornament to the city. '. .' '' '' ';(' Yi"Jq't,1 *! i1" t '
the and the '' '
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opinions on of another. without charged orally with holding up.the ' ' '. '' ; : -: .
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cattle. the property ] .1 ''; : .
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High pride I
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J GAZBTTE most heartily the owner's, permission shall be execution of -persons condemned to ill l' ," 1- ,J\/".,, J .."
!of.\ person in .the,county and these lines al \.." ." \I' ,', IX )t " ".' ,! .J
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every any criticism along punished by imprisonment in the State death, all of. whlcb were ,untru., and J .. : . ., .
rhtly' it /should be.for none In the. 'though not forgetting- cite the fact. penitentiary not exceeding three yearsor made only for the. purpose of mystifying '.:, . .".!I J .. \\1', \.:. :t i;;, ) . ,
') J-tfe: coiftjtry! are better officered, bettor that. the old adage of "don't. oppose a by fine not exceeding fifteen hundred the voter .01'. prejudicing him J : " '.t \ .' &, .\A,
teachered or better conducted, and measure unless you have something I frequently. told tbe pea S .' < "'k < *v: "; -*
dollars. against me. < ( ; < "'iJ't :t ; ,i-'y 4..,; )., > .1.
i4e. pupil graduated then-from take better to. offer" is stillpretty good pie from the stump that it would be S .. '..,..... .,. '. .'" ,&_: "p"j" :, '; :''
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,..ok with the. foremost.In, land, logic . necessary that they possess the facultyof ,. iI! ,."E'; .'t> " ,'rfI( :<<- "" " '... & ,..
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An Engagement Announced. mind reading'to be 'able ,.to tell iI! ;' :.. <, :,,',' "1!,;... ,I' t ,w. ... < ,.
t > Insure admission Into the best co .Indians Shoot at Surveying Party. what. manner of man I a.....,, ' ill ''I'. ''.." ..J,';; " "I /4tIW' "";'"\" ',r.... .. \ '
t g'es of America. It Is the only school '"Mr. and Mr F. M.,MoClure, ofSh.lbyl1l&.Kl" All the literature. that was lent out S : ; ,,'(,;: i+. ) M" N.. : Y, .'( .. ;.
,,j Kisslmmee and Is attended by every A party of surveyors who' were out have announced the by me had my name'signed to it, and s . 'r, .: \. :;.m \ \ ,:;..'' '\\j''f\: ..".. ,, :' r _
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gvblte child of scholastic age lu .theWD in the Everglade Monday came to their daughter. Miss was; and Is, true. . ill' ; ,'>"n,,:.,'. .l...,:''.'.', t'' ""':, \.., F'A" ''. .
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and .. from the Miami Tuesday morning and reportedthat '' <.V.' L ", . .
! many country Helen :McClure, to Rev. Bunyan Stevens I do not bring these matter. again III .,"'JI ," ;J.-" ,, "
v (ad whiltthey ..supplied with the an Indian had shot at. them with. of Florida. The marriage will before you by way, of complaint, but ill ill "". .'' ,:','' .. . " ""- "' .,/. .. .
tot teAihers and, the necessaries rile. The Indian fired two .hot..o takeplace In the fall." This announcement only for' the purpose of denying the S I: .' c': 1. 1 ,, .. .\: Ir,,,

4 r l.as books, boards Instruments, it Is said, and one of the"bullets strucka is of'Special Interest. truth of the charges made against me, I' S f: I' ...'7' ; ,,' .
. e,'. that !go to make model school man named Kelly Florida where the. Rev '
Southern that know they. were not true, S \ I"" '
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": ey are yet housed In a bulldnIt'Lb.t.' .|ji. appears. that Tuesday the party. of Stevens is well known. Be attended and of you reiterating may that tile literatureI ,, : .", ""f' ""', ,'') ) .. j J.- '

; not up to lobe standard, and in case suryeyorswh& are engaged by tbe. Mercer University. Macron, Ga., for sent. out contained 'no imputationsupon -
\ fire, being wholly of wood would be State: to locate a route for a canal to a number of year, and is now- pastorof Personally, Mr. Fletcher II .
tie short of a death trap..Tbe play drain a. certain portion of the. Everglades anyone. .
the. Baptist church in Klssimmee, your nominee, Is a friend I have, - -
1% .ound Is totally devoid of shade. Is west of MI.ml..re on their Fla., having ''recently resigned the known for a number of years' and I do .'

forced,'and In this climate often way to an island located about one pastorate of the. Baptist church at. not believe that. he would himself" : ..
'2 j uncomfortable to be- made use of mile west of the.soulh fork of the Miami Butler K,., to accept the call In Florida have sent out the literature containingthe -

t the children.. It. is altogether too river when the party met four Indiana ,-Shelbyville News.- .charges tbat were sent out. In his -r
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the.rusiness of the the of whom could be I -
r ar center city names pot I behalf. "
Is farMrom being -aa ornament. learned.' One of the surveying party; i To all?of those who so patrioticallysupported -

'> 4 1 in this Klssimmee Is a good. dls- askedan': Indian the war to Charlie Notice.. and voted for me and who
; i behind many towns of less Lea's Island,' but aside 1 from saying :
popan
and importance, for the school that. he knew where It was located the The Board of County Cosninlsslonerpof did so, In sacrifice manyinstances time, and at. greatpersonal expense C. W. DANK

lldiags a* a rule are a true index tocity's Indian passed on and no attention was Osceola-Countv will. together .with the I ,, J' here sincerely' extend' my :: : fa.
Tax Assessor, meet In/ regular
> enterprising spirit and none paid to him until a shot. was beard. / thanks, and I assure you that your :
session at 10 a. m. on Monday. July' :
i the best- most up to date and com. Their attention being attracted the so exercised marks you as being ,
toils should be constructed. members of 'lobe surveying party who 6tb, IMS at the Clerk' office* for the I' support entitled blessing that can
to
ffow, ,. here i* the proposition. the were Jim Kelly.-'' Porter' Savage Alex purpose of perfecting, reviewing and be secured through every tbe best government t .11 I .
desires and noticed that equalizing the assessment. for the year! \
laY O AZETT to present to Tladall HeDI'7"IAe, In the world.. THE OUTFITTEa
ilsens of Osoeola County firmly the Indian was In the act of aiming his 1908. and of hearing complaints and I To all those who natrlotieally sup. I' ., T':, a

1ng It will be to the advantage of gup at.be party, and the other Indian receiving testimony' as to the value of ported Mr. Fletcher,, believing him to ; :, .' '
i adopt if as it. is a conclusion we would push the iron away.with a long any property, real or personal a* be the best man for the place. I express I .. ; .''
\ aftervhe. most mature del Iberto pole be bad in his hands, fixed by' the County Assessor of Taxes friendship' anal that if ,. .' 'Iie . ,.. Every,time the Indian would have In accordance with section 23. chapter my say .- -. : % ..'
select tbe best for the ,
es v (Use bond*. td tbe his aim disturbed he would lower' biz 6698, Act of 107, LAWS of Florida. you' did not at least nan with truth :...t.. '..;,; oj<. y d"
place may say
>trf fifty thousand dollars, T>ayi ffnn. 'The Indian did get In several (Seal E. L. LKSLBT, Clerk. that you not mind readers.. _ .
4 i.thirty/ear at B.aU interest;,, shots'oae. taking effect in tbe body of 2t per ABTHUK> E. DOHBQAH, D.C ... you were N..8. JIO"'aD'o
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TROUBLE ON IN MEXICO PATTERSON AND KITCI.IIN) j G.e.rai. :

i Southern Railway Company Emptey_s to Put 250,000 R..ar r.r Call of ___ _ II. LawreitceS'rlefl& a biakeman WM
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M.d. JI..." by t.b.News.k Pres'eUat.New : Held at Princeton Home with mangled beneath ,the wheel' ot th
Tenne..eT and North Carolina I Special at Parla
Knickerbocker
Prcttdent Roosevelt Order York CityThe war department Ill
WashIngtOn D. C. A11 Southern and Acquaintance
Name Candidate for ha perfected a plan for the virtual I Friend after he had saved scoreof lives by-
Troup to Rio Grande., railroad employee with'the exception Govror trained army preventing the fait Big Four pasienJger
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amalgarnatlon-4nto
of the president and vice Ilr88lden1l.of gll.il III

". REQUEST CAME F ROM MEXICO r .the.tored0'previous system thj will to figures February haVe which their 1, were on salaried Julyfirst. ineffect SIXTYONE.BALLOT. IN. N. t. of call 250,000 of national the men president guard ready troop of to the answer In regularand the the SERVICES ARE VERY SIMPLENo a the row train twitch of from freight In time rubhl'pare to. swing Friend headonInto the' turned paa.1]!

of train ou to a'sidetrack bu
notj
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---- !f United State Assistant Secretary senger
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made In a and Unit of War Oliver who Is at Pine Camp witnessing Sermon or Adares.W0r41W01th's'Charsct.r quickly\ t'nough0 get out of the r way!.
This Prohibition
announcement was County PUn
Ak thu" U It.d States t.' ,Prevent VJol to the of the cast of the Happy Warrior1 of the engine. He wa, decapitate'
. personal telegram from Washington VotIng Main Uu.. In Tea- department 'neteral' bundix
dragged
L.w-M lcont ntScatt hat body
>ti Mi of Neutrality .! J. S. B. Thompson assistant to the maneuvers lias given out till Read and "
a..... before the engineer was able .
.ra4-Ovmr Republic )'ardl ._
president of the Southern at Atlanta '
Informa.j. .
'I tion.Secretary the train.. I '
Oliver In stop
PVesldent
by Flnley. \ mortal
that was
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J.-All ,
of President This Is the second sign of returning; .Nashville, Tenn.-In Satui'day's: pan! for the reorganization of Princeton, l- Consul (General\ Richard Ouentlier at'
direction I'eal.dent
Washington.) of War Taft confidence, which ha* been made apparent democratic palmary after the hardest al and state troop declared that the : of Orover'Cleveland, former Frankfort Germany advises! that, a*.''
: Roosevelt Secretary on the part of lie Southern. word militiamen. Is now a misnomerand i of tie: I'nltod 'S.au-s.: "'1\8\ burled coid'.ng: 10 presa'accountsnegot1atIon' '

L*& liRued orders tCthe commandinggeneral The first was a definite statement fought bitterest and most picturesque that the state troops since'the iasisage i in the CUnHand lamlly plot'Id OldPrinceton's are now going on between tho cottonJpinners'
of the Department of Texas atSan campaign ever known In Tennessee, aro associations of England '
from this system that the contemplat of the Pick bill by congress afternoon : andUeinUny -
sufficient Friday
Antonio to send a num in salariesof Governor M. It. Patterson the - volunteers. I Cemetery having for their.obieet. ant
and ed reduction of 10. per cent won gubernatorial United States of tie: elmacrc.ae ,
El Paso
to Del Hlo just the last
ber of troops set for July 1, would The war department" plan means all my agreement to tt'lu1attJ-that, la, limit' ,'
In TVxat to kid the'civil its employees nomination over E;, W, Car. A distinguishedparty
authorities other point In preserving order.; This not be! l11ade.'The second was ,that referred mack. nothing more nor les than that the I I| m.l of' statesmen toe gra-ve.us well us con'frercs the; production of cotton. yarn In the',,
-, which It stated that -t ": - thl.i geta into troubl3 countries.Th '
to In was moment countly: two
$ action was decided upon a* a re.uU'of For court Judge!', D. L'I I' of the foimer ofllflal stood by
cent cut was to be supereme the so-called national guard organisa health -
from the Mexican the former 10-per I witnessed the last lion- bJard of of the city ot. .
the request aovel'n.ment : Iin shellac and :
that the United States do Its utmost restored on July .1, vAs Lansden was successful, U. D. Dell iitcumbnt ; I tion will cease ((9 exist an such and lora' to the dead' tx'president.! : Then New Orleans hall a plan by which tbe'r, '
ed close units of the regular
one of the emplo'et'a'eXllre8 being an exUemely Immediately become
exteimlnate large
of the hope-to number,
violation
to prevent any I the cortigo left the c.uie2erY.Agreeable < <
neutrality 3awaUrlgadler A: "ThI 1* like getting a 20 percent comp t..or., For railroad commissioner army, absolutely u.idar the con to : wlslifs of Mrs.IC'oirtand. .-' I of rats; with which the city 1 la over
increase i In' niy salary. First I Frank Avent won over W. C. trol of the "president and the secretaryof i tje Thpy.necured fifty large rat
General U A. Mo)er, In ., j ) Me: Hf.\Ice both lit he till). and
didn't- get tile 10 per cent cut 1 wall Whltthorne. war, virus
inoculated them with that
01 winy
of Texas tiu-
tbe
command of Department the welt!
and c/nieteiy
house at
and I did get Iho 10per The nominations are to be made In "Iho achell.It..RaId General Oliver
Is authorized to ascertain the number exi.ecthig! character.i.hough produce faUl. d'aeaeea! and turned'them .
cent Increase I wa.n't expecting." convention, the prltnary being on the "Is liie first move In't'.itf: plan to make simplest of '
of at Del Rio and El lunpl'lIlal of a strictlly loose In different part thecity. I
troops necessary I Al me
The official order from Washington county .unit plan couQly committees a 011111.Owt'r." llefore
to thincountry I The experiment being watch-! '
fend nwndaiicwnumbeied
Paso and ,also to troops any private nature, thoBe hi .
reads follows 'The Southern rail naming delegate' In accordance with this have had no authority ovepthe
: wo
other points along the Mexico-Texas : a* many illstlngii!.*!.cd cltl- citItlt\ great Interest by. otaer1. ( Citiessimilarly .
announces that the resumption of the vote cast. I state better! knowiH perhaps
border If found advisable. The federal way troopa, President! Hooaet .II, afflicted, t V
Including
negotiation. looking to a reduction In The nluety-slx counties will send as militia aud national guard organi -l'nd. '
troops will act under the directions of ':'Ua\einois Fort of New Jersey, II utllca, Former Alderman William: 8,. Cllf'3;
1,818 tho and to U to
tbe, wagon of employees of the Southern delegate to, convention z tlClII.. What we propose do
j the United States marshal and Hoke Smith of Oeo.Rla.; ford of New York City who 1)lolde4'KUllly : ,
of New York.
railway outside of Washington has of tae-ia: Patterson wJl:! have over 700.) organize theta state troons and all the
Del '
United State district Attorney, Ills'popular maJority I. between 8,000( eight former member.! of I'r.'U'di-.u!\ Oe.laud's .- to briber'a8 sentenced In the-i
: been postponed from July 1 untlj October II regular forces Into army C'OI'PIand !
Rio Is, directly opposite Las Vacas reduction and ) 'statej. New : cabinet ofllcIaU of the Kqu.Ua-: superior court to-par 41,000) flag or to Averve
1, next. The 10 per cent 10,000. the New Engla.nl I
Mexico where the principal disturbance ble Life Areurtueo nflc-l 'tj', ineinoc-M J.OOt! days'In Imprisonment It
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In talarles ef officials and employee State-wide prohibition was thelsaueon i York and other states In the militarydivision ,
*,hate occurred. of the! rrliKOton tiiiitevaIiy faculty and 'was said thatfrlemln' would furnish ,!
of
of the road In the offices In which Carmack based his fight; known as the department I '
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City of Mexico. Up to Monday Washington,..will cease to be Applied while Patterson. defended the present tho east will constitute the first army friends and neighbors.Mr. tile money for Clifford, 7-

evening; there had been no news of after July 1, next. The reduction i atatu. practically local option which I corps. I CICMOuiid was bulled\ with all \Upon Information made by National

any sort received at the capital that however. will continue as to the salaries has come under hIs administration.To "The inaneincr ground hero 011.. the simplicity and pihary that lie him- Bank Examiner Fold of Plttaburg';;)

would 'Indicate that there' had been a of the president and \ice presidents Carniack'a banner tile )\'oman'lICbrt.JUan' Pine Camp, If tile government buya I self \\'I.helItl. a pihHtp! clil/on,: rallier Pa. J. W Tier., discount clerk of *the- T

r; repetition of the disorders nlmllar to of the road..:."" Temperance Union and the them, will be the place. wderttile national than as tIe' loinier" chief rxecutlic: of First National bank of Plttsburg, isunderarrest ;

those,.which occurred at the towns of Anti-Saloon League were rallied and I and stale troop: that will .be. Lithe the nation. with $31,000 on the wrong; ''
Vlesca and Las Vacas. COAL JtATES REASONABLE. the mate had been traversed by women first ainiy corps will hi-vu their I < ,iit< ut.vlccK UPKHII. with an In.oca.lion sltlo of the ba'an e. A'

The entire direction of the eal1lpalgll&llialnle ; / campaign orator, some from' field training In other words' It b\- UPS.'I\'I aIPr W Heach of The pioperty. francliUes and entire .

i the malcontents 1 Is under the Says t Interstate Commerce; Commission other state The women and child,.en I means that two years hence 60,000, (he Flist Prpabxterlaii ('(hurei: of lights of the Brooklyn Ferry company,' -

'. direction of the secretary of the interior I Georgia R. R., and Southern Affected.Washington. continued to work for Carmack at the j men will be mobilized on this p'au. : ri.nti'xon; \\'!tll''a" followed by itijjd to be worth $10,000.000, were sold' -1'

Senor Corral. who Is also vice IX C.-The Interstate polls. r "As at present planned .the war department Soilptiual' leading by' Itev, Maliland lit public auction: for $25,000 ,to < -4
president of the republic. commerce commission announced Its Under the present, law liquors are will be able to put Into tbd V Partlett of the West Farms Prenbteilan )- New York Terminal company. H I. 111.1. :

dfclalon III the case of Rice against only'sold! In Memphis Nashville, Chat. field ,almost Immediately an army of church of Xe.'OI'Ie, a foinicrpaxlor diNed that all bat two of the com.t:
Dallas Texas.-Cairylng hiii arm in tie: Georgia Railroad company, hold. tanooga. La Follette( and Blngaamton. 50.000 of Mr. Cleveland: who read > lines : .
men. ( will shutdown
I a cling. Sam P. Harrison for the last i lug in effect that tIle condition under La Follette YPtcd against surrendering ____ ,._ ___ non the 14th chanter, of, the book of Ilant'V because 1 ferry are operating be at '
they a tlois.
:' five ;year. a resident of lllanco Mexico which coal ls> transported from Jollco Its charter so a* to come under the A GROWING INDUSTRY. John, and aLto read 1 a number of passages T 11 ,"
an I Ted In Dallas Tuesday with Tennto Augusta, tin., are so dissimilar provision of the present law. lllng- from l.io 4t'u and 22d chapters: of ,

his family en route east to visit rela. to tho conditions under which coal ham ton I is a manufacturing town-hi Two Hundred Thousand Barrel of II; Ibo Thftll alollllllla.I "Jackie" ClarH, the AUltlalan: bierU'

tives. Mr. Harrison got his wour.d la tisnpported to Augusta from the Shelby county, six miles (from Mem- Oysters Planted., I Dr. Henry \'anJ'II"\) then 'said: ale ilder lowcrel the- world'a three-
: from 'a shot that was. fired through 'Alabama field all to warrant the rail. phi*. I I "Accotdlng to tlio lequevt of one mile record at the trr/-k at Bait .Lake &l
the "window of his home after nightfall road In charging more for the haul Aside from prohibition Carmack's: Jackson; Miss.-According gulf
lie "nays. however. It was a stray from Jellco; alo that water competition chief fight was made against the county received from the coast la''t we all respect| there will be no address An offer by Dr Hamilton Flak Digl,

bullet and that Americans who have at Charleston relieves 'the all- unit plan which was adopted by the the MississIppi oyster commission or sermon but thrie was a ]>oeiii gur. John I 1). Rockefeller's ph".lclan.r
the work
.. not Interfered with the affairs of tho road from the charge violation of state committee over his protest Pie making good headway with written more than a .uindred, jean lo kiss ally woman who would give '

revolutionists have not been both the long and short haul c'ause and contention being for "a general statewide of planting reefs in the. Micaisrii'iiround. I ago by William \\ordswortli which la $100 to the propaganda fund, createdthe

k ered. | finally that the railroad rates on coal primary. C'xl.r.blllva of hid chdtnctcr." men lest time of the Homeopathic .
That Is not a fake ..revolution" said frpm Jellco to Augusta are not unreasonable. These two count have been the Over 20 months
. . Mr. Harrison. "It is a dead" earnest main ones lu the Indictment be drew be planted fOl'abC'r.during the summer I lot the Happy; Warrior." The fun continued- for thirty nitnutesand ;

' affair. I am, Inclined to think that 1 Regarding the complajnt that the re- against Governor Patterson In a seriesof and, if experience Is repeated i This 'Dd followed by readings from $.000 was pledged enough of It '

the soMIery of the president are aiding weIghIng of carload shipments of coal Joint discussions throughout the these b'd.11I be furnishing fair- the Presbjteilan book of Common by \omC'1 doctor.to keep Dr. {Ilggar" ,(
the three
within
sized
,, and abetting" the revolutionists. 1 \t unreasonable l te; commission eus- I state. Great crowd heard the debates oysters next I| Worship, the services at the house up and down the aisles ,
personally! know that Ole president I* Jams that contention and orders the which were- remarkable: for tbaforcerlllne. or four years. The former eXill.'rl'menta I i house concluding with thin III'a'l'l': trying to catch the Rivers and fulfill

greatly worried. It Is my opinion that laCroad: to correct Its method so cato .*. eloquence and satire displayed have been remarkably buccessful -L"L"The servloen! weie concluded at 3:30I : his part, ff the contract. t
Is '
the the
,the Mexican army I 1"1 honeycombed! I permit correction when variation by each a* well for the height and of commission In getting first-class I I and fire nilnuU-H Inter the casket had A ll"t of pensions granted by theEng1lsl ,)

,with Illot revolullonl.... ,i of 1 per cent with a minimum ot GOO to which feeling ran between .both the shape.work. propagation I I been tenderly carried to the iiearse government In the past )ea,!

Asked! his opinion of the ability of pounds is disclosed. debater and their partisans. to members of the and the procession, started on Its way for cervices to science and literature .
President Dlar to cope with the situation -I I In the case of dump against the Baltimore Patterson fcj serving his first term According the reefs In better commission I to the cemetery: Alng: the reels inc'ude $260- yearly to' aul Fountain ,

Mr Harrison replied that he believed and Ohio railroad and other as governor. The rivalry between him are now from lila hotue to cemetery, national an'American traveler and writer .
shape than for some time. Shells
the president would manage' the t Ilk J Butt*, the commission held that and Carmack 1* not only political but that three weeks I !guardsmen, mounted and an foot, policed "II consideration 'of his contribution ". :

were planted only '
affair. the competitive.condition.. existingat personal.In the way literature and his trained circum. ,
when he is 'Mr. UrlJtol Tenn and not. at Johnson ago are developing clusters, and the -. --,
"Out dead added the election of 1906 the lace General I stances."

s, Harrison, 'and that will not b* 'very City, Tena., render' it permissible for Josiah Patterson, father of thepresent : I ratio waters of of growth the gulf Is much than along larger the In the Atlantic USED AS WASH RAG. While temporarIly Insane Mm. August _ _
long now, a* the president' Is getting Southern railway to haul traffic defeated
; governor was for re- Iowa
P. Johnson cif Ida Grove _ _
coast
.. old the Dial regime, ,will be at an (ttbO I h Johnson City to Urlatol at low. o'cetlon0 coagresa in tha Tenth district ---------- American Fought to Regain Flag and drowned her four little children In the _ _
end. When Dies din look for rates than It charges the-same
I on the district
a Memphis by Mr.
Was Pursued Intern their farm house.
general uprising and the revolutionary 1[ goods to Johnson City but that It I.I Is Carmack. CLUB WOMEN INJURED.. by Army. at
will unlawful Johnson . Washington D. C.-The Americans A special dispatch from Corunna -
element_ lake; ,fhe lead' In affairs. to .aul] through City ---- -
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: '" ta:>> Morrlitown[ at lea rate than they Charlotte N. C.-William WaUonKltchln Tlly-Ho Coach :Turns' Over 'On Steep In Panama live had cause for'heated Spain;. say that the Spanish steamer -'J -

RADII BinEN BY DOC. :i charge on the same goods to Johnson for twelve sears representative Hill-Dozen In Hospital. protests recently not on account of La Racbe went on tne rock 'meart 'i
City. In congresa from the fifth North the Panama elections, but because of Miiroa. It has ben ascertained] '.T
if, ,. Carolina district! was nominated lor 'Newi>ort, R. I.-Two women- dele an Incident which tailed In action a tbe number of passengers- ; and crew of i

Doctor, Say MiNuet Dl. Calmly TilED TO REDEEM $10,000. the governorship of North Carolina by gates to the General, Federation ofWomen's portion of t the P.anama army.A the La Rache totalled ISO. Sixty-Are sL'4persolls

Await the End.' tbe democratic state convention at 8 club convention In Boston : foreign commercial house In Colon are known to hate been .yee

Cleveland Ohio.-Walling calmly Clerk 'In Poctoffle, Responsible for' o'clock Saturday after the warmest were dangerously hurt and ten others Insulted 1 Ihc-Ameilcan flag ufing but.the fate of the other ol -

for tile fate that his physicians say Lon Paid Back Ovr/ 12.000. fight in the annals of the-stato. more or less seriously Injured when atallyho It. to wash the windows of the establishment. not known, and It is' that moat '

., threatens him. Rabb[ I* Friedman la I'Htsburc. I'a.-Tue Plus burg post- Tne convention peen In almostat coach In which they were rid Wayne O. Adams, of the of them perlihed. "

.. at his borne the vMlft' ; ot a rabid. dog. office money orde department has noon and the nomination required ing capsized on a Bleep bill on Bath canal cond: an the story goes ;nil- The law paased by the last Texa

: It God deilres; to cXl me at (his been found to be (7,851; short and continuous session ,since Wednesday toad All of the twelve women who horsed the desecration of the. stars legislature taxing barber baa been g

time J am ready to go: ,'* the rabbi caid.I Frank T. McCabe. superintendent ot sixty-one ballots. In every respect the were in the coachware taken to tAte and stripes and engaged In a hard- declared unconstitutional by the

'" don't reel any pain ,'eLand I trust the deparlmem*. has been placed.under contest has been remarkabe.: Lined NewiTort, ho.pltal.rhe delegatea"were fought: battle for the posBowvlon' of:one courts! of that state, Inasmuch a *)t VZ-

l the tretmcnt will be successful. But arrest charged with embezxlement. up against' Kltchla were' Locke Craig: on excursion- to this city. 'Tbe of th' flags. which were being used to makes a class dlttlnctlou.
tbe doctor .eainstobo, of Buncombe of the identity of the Injured and the nature clean windows.ll .
e discouraged. I He says that four year ago the county, one moat The will of Benjamin llartaui'Ainer.,
"Physicians refuse to make a fore. Pitt*burg postofflce was robbed of 10. Popular democrats lu the state and of their Injuries Is withheld by the was pursued, according to IBpoit ican millionaire.who died 9
Par.
cast. Rabbi Friedman Is sixty-four I 1 000 In cash on a Sunday afternoon, Colonel Ashley Home of Johnston a hospital authorities. by a section of the army of which has been filed In New' t $1r I
years old, and has- retired as an actfvepastor. ,. .thathi carelessness was In the main prominent business man. It Is understood that among the injured Panamaolisistung of two policemenand 1 his entire estateto' his .

,,,. .. Several day ago be was at. I responsible for permitting the robberyto 'v. C. Newland of Caldwell county, In the accident were Mrs. Ur.I a member of the militia In full re hou.".llcl 1 baa been by :
ataked'
bitten tbe lefr hand was nominated' for lieutenant! Davenport Watertowa, Mass.. and galia. keepr.
.tacked-and. upon ; 'to perpetrated and since he was the gov his ; on : of i
yAdog. I{ only. one Inside the omce who knew. of ernor I Mrs. linden of Lincoln Neb. 'Mrs.Suuden As a result of the dlmeBpect shqwn undue Influence. I/;'

Injection of serum have been given i ilt he decided to.pay the money back waa.cut about the face and ankles tile flag by I the commercial house!--tn '
The 'crliils In the disease probably as he could. FIRST BALE Of NEW tOTTON. question I the canal woe from one end A. the result of explosion! ,Jfcth* -

will be reached tomorrow. The pbysl-."I I He had paid back more-,than $2,000 'I I to the other IB IlUuig wlih boycott plant of the Babe Chemical cpouWnyat -

him regularly In the hope that rabbles when hla shortage wa discovered. Brings 35 Cents in New York and Was ALL QUIET IN WLUN.I signs and the offendeis have found Chicago: women were burned ii,, _

could be presented. I McCabe, after a preliminary hearIng Immediately, Shipped' to Liverpool. I ---. lc.i. expenitlve wash lags. to death mid more than acore. of otht A-

; DISC 1STtU %WIlt HIS NAVY.t |! was placed, under $2,600 bond New York' Clty'::-The, first 'bale of Candidates of Obaldla 8ucce.sful-No ADVANCES; TO ROYAL era seriously injiited.
] for a further hearing. Trouble at Poll*. I FAMILY. Following firolonged negotiation
this year's cotton was sold at
_ crop .
I Pekln ,
both Tokio the general ,
Czar Orders all Officer Courtmartlald ; NEWSY fAHAI IUPBS auction at the New York Cotton Ex Colon, Panama:General baldIa's at mid oQ -
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candidates carried municipal elections Demand fop Vigorous', Investigation of subject of the commercial department ;
I change. It wa ,fll'l) strict good middling I .
for I --- I Manchuria
Inefficiency. of the Japanese goveminent
on' In grade and ,brought 85 cents hero by a majority_, of. ninetyfourvotes. Affairs in Portugal. '
The Roosevelt the vessel which d'af
Instructed Its
St. Petersburg.-Incensed over tbe I Throughout the election, order > caargo ?
This bale
per pound. arrived at Houston Lisbon Portugal.--A
Commodore Robert E. Peary will mass meeting that tJapun
.. showing of Incompotency the Black I ,Texas, on the morning of June 20. prevailed. The government party Is organized by Ibo republicans and faires at Pekln to notify -,
make his coming polar expedition has pre wou'd obstacle-W the
Sea fleet In the ,the throw tio
maneuvers, czar downcast the remilt. United Slates
and sold there 54 by
at sided
auction t
was over
'arrived at New York City, Commodore by Deniadino Machado, the of Chinee .,
of the dcvelopnient ,
baa ordered court martial of all the'
a
cent marines are ashore In the canal zone \ay
per pound. It was immediately republican leader, 1
passed resolutions
the
PeOn I la in Mains at present time. Manchuria.
In
officers Since the maneuver bgau, J to protect io'p of the American territory
expressed to this:city and following i> ity demanding a vigorous investigation
.
:. there have been- 'three collisions one\ A movement has 'been started la the sale was hurried on board the Mauritania government but no trouble Is expect.. of.the advances of to i
the
,. holler; ..explosion one gun explosion Essex county. New Jersey. In which. sailing at, noon for Liverpool I ed. family and the misuse money of public fund royal W..bneton -

two mutinies due to bad food a cap. I the late President Grover ceveland: where It will again be sold at auction As aji additional precaution 'all the during the regime of the late Tho United States National Museum

tain was Injured by Jailing: from tne I was born to raise a< national mon,,- according to the usual cuatom. ThisIs docks and the railroad tracks In this Carlos. A strong force of police King at- Washington has received a Klft'

bridge while drunk and there was not mtnfto his memory. It la expected a said to be'. a record for rapid 'handling vicinity were kept clear And fire hose the meeting place, but there surrounded : from J. N. Leger the Haytlen.minis ".
committee to take the fund in New
a single target hit. The fleet consist of the first bale, which has traveled was distributed throughout the vicinity was no Interference 1I'1I111he speakers ter to the United State, a' care con- .J
of two battleships, seven cruisers and Jersey: will be appointed. Houston New A strict also
from to York and guard was maintained some of whom were roost violent In talnlng models representing o FvUOO ,
twelve torpedo boats. The czar "I Mexican bandit are .terrorizing border will be soldMn Liverpool within, a period ( over all buildings belonging to their expressions. No untoward Incidents different vegetables and fruit ol WayIt .
callous, to rebuild au effective: ,.nayy.P town on the -rex../.. frontier. of ten day. the United States. took place. arranged for exhibition purposes. ..

: The Clyde Line steamalilp .Chlppewa 'SPECrTcUUB OIL FIRE. BIG RitE MILLS COMBINE. ChINESE------ Acting Secretary of State Adee and t tMi
--; EXCLUSION. exchanged
: : TO END 1URK1SU ROLF. I which struck a rock near Mantauk. --'- -- Godoy the Mexican charge, .

Is hard aground and will probably 100,000 Barrel Burned by Fir ResultIng Merger Formed With Two and One- Minister Wu To Know HUW Many Will ratifications of a general Is similar arbitration I'.
: England' Russia United States !and! prove a total los*. Thousand of watermelon bs Admitted.I' treaty Tie treaty
Other Power. J thrown From Electric Storm Half Million Capital. provision to those between the
to Act I have bpen Into the Honolulu.-Tbe Chinese II o
: London, Engla Information considered ,' sea' and hundreds of persons, many Plttsburg. y*.-Over, l00. OO barrel New Orleans. La. -The bigrice which has charge of the agitation committee fora' United State and various European< ,'A

reliable. declare* that England's from the Connecticut shore have ,.1.. of oil consumed by fire three valuable mill of Louisiana !hare formed a modification of the exclusion l laws governments. ,

foreign office Intend to end ;! Ititd the scene In power and small oil refineries destroyed and an estimated combine or merger under-the title of laws 110 a* to permit. of a limited immigration Admiral Capps chief ..of the Wneauot ; \

Turkish. rule In Macedonia, which has boats to gather the'rich harvest. Whenever : los 'of about $500,000 are the results the United Irrigation and Rice Milling of Chinese to ,these island- navigation and constructlou>LJefti ', '

been a long record of murder and out'rage. a melon Is washed ashore there of electric Storms. which passed company. The La Palana, HechInger. : baa received a letter from Minister Washington for San Franciscofrom, i

It Is said the matter was discussed I I is. a wild scramble among the beachcombers over western and northern P.ennsylva- I Jumble Llchtenateln and other Wu Ting Pang at Washington asking whence he will sail with the fleet to "

t by King Edward and the czar to reach t(. The opportunityfor ala. rice Interests. throughout Louisiana; what number of Chinese immigrants Inspect Pearl Harbor Hawaii where ''

-,, at thd recent meeting and they concluded such a feast of ripe melon 'i it not The.Ignition the large quantity of the Independent Rice Mill at Crowley It suggests should be admitted here the government will spend millionJ)

_ _ ;'an ,International understanding I often seen on the Long Island shore oil .by lightning caused three spectacular ; Abbeville Mill at Abbeville; Don- annually. The committee has replied: 0 a naval station. ',:.
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similar to'tbe Algeclra' treaty regarding -' and the inhabitants' are eager. -In' .grasp- fire at Bradford Warren and aldsonvllle ''at Doualdaonvllle; EXire- that It desires that 5,000 a year should The following Oeoiglan* ,bave been
log 1U Washington. Pa. ke Mill; at ]Kstherwood and Oueydan be admitted
: Morocco was Imperative. It for about seven years In granted patent: Two-color prlntne.
I* understood the United State* will A tornaAo-'whlcli swept over Clinton Tbe Ore are. under control. but fora Mill, at dneydau enter the consolidation : addition to their families. if estimates |- press H. A. Agrlcola, Jr.. ; ae

be Invited to Join the other powers in I Mlull.-," lIed seven people, and Injured wide area -surrounding the destroyed which also will control the Llcht- that with such an Immigration llonai- umbrella stick, Martha W.,Man-

th. Initiative by England and Russia I .2$,, some serIously Twenty tank there 1* a acene of blackened custom and tho Heciilnger Irrigation there would bo at the .end of ten ford, Hawklnsrille; operating; table_ ,

: lor 'a conference concerning Macedo. I houses, a printing! office and two smoking earth ,and cb.rred, vegetation. Plant at Crowley and the Abbeville year only abdut 50,000 ChInese In the J. II. Downey, Gainesville; wr, eh,. f

ala.' t | churche* were blown down._ _ _ _ __ plant in Vermlllton- -parish.-- t rrltor,.. W. A. Flower, Tlfton. *** ,

"'' Thai' sultan of Turkey, anxious to IN TAMPA. HISTORY OF The completion of the arbitration!
BIO CELEBRATION HIS UFE. SPANISH
IIv FIVE KILLED Ill WRECK. SHIP AT
win toe est..nOfthe, American people HAVAEA. treaty between Spain and the United ,|{
--.,)...** "C.. : has conferred the degree of.Grand . ' -j, - -' - State has been announced. This one .

_! Double-Header, Freight Trail. Strike Cordon of Ch fakl.on ,Mr*. Roosevelt ,In Honor, of the Arrival of First .Steam- Will lie Written- by John D. Rockefel. First to Visit, Cuban Port Sine American tit, many treaties being concluded* with r A

i a Washout.. and ber daughter. ,Ethel. A* yet no 'Sr of' New Lln.. 'I.r"t Appear; In, *' Magazine.w .' War European power In pursuance, of See,( -
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.Chadron'. .Neb.-Five) persons, ,were acceptance baa been, ,received."' Thl.deeg.raUonU Tampa FLA;-The steamer_ Rio : York Cty.-.John 'D." ROckerel II Yatla. Cuba-The schoolahlp retary Root's policy. ' ,

killed In a .wreck".on' the' Chlcajo'anjNebraska. reserved for: the favorites highest rank the ,Sultan.and I* Grande;. ,2.700'' ton, 'in. command ok- her':, according to "announcement, has HUB, the (first Spanish: ship of the Nauf President Rooievelt"has'held'np tne,
\ decided to give to the world his own navy re-appointment ot to',
to Cuban Dr. 3.C:
CaptalnJUs1c.-of: t'a'o: ,Mallory line Irom enter. ports sfnce the B.rba '
Western road. A conferred those who rellnqulshment
: : doubleheader It ta usually on history of his life. It;:will be'pll1JlIsh-' hi* third term "service as 't

: freight train eut ou'nd."struck :' have, been pf' assistance to:the utan New .York to Tampa and )Mobile arrived ed serially In a News;Yort} magazne. ,: the, Island of came Spanish,Into tie sovereignty In of the executive cGunel of Porto Rlco.< :.1 i','.

._ (..a.hout'cal.aecl! by a severe 'rain i In financial matter or' helped. ;tim In' -! her. oo 'the" first trip..' This beginning 'lo..October. ' .- Havana. and was balled with harbor of Dr. Barbosft.Js a of the.republk -

c 'ner Ciadron. The dead:' Willis Oral 1 diplomatic difficulties. Is"tha first big:,ateamer to enter the' Mr. Rockefeller's autobiography; .: I ,expressions of delight enthusiastic '' can party' and"I.' affiliated
-j ,: '-' fcam.,eoajlneer; : 0.. C. Weyer, IIrt-m.Dr, The state ,of"Texas: has garnlsheed twenty-foot eba.D.Iat,' Tampa. to be published under', the title of SpanUU1 colony, of the by the entire nationalist. Tbe,American tfbinbor4 < ".

F .t .yyeJ Jibener!; ; 4 brakeman;, two unidentified .' all money owed tU. Standard OH:) company A .b1e-'celebraUolI' ... .wa.. '' given, < ,the "Some ,Random. Reminiscences. .-ot 'Jim thousands. of cuba-os- joining: City''many jn of tbe council favor him for a- tIXU' ,

,: men, :who, were. ft tealng! .a zide1'( la that state. renUI>*T.,. ,.j. .aud ',ETOBU.: 1lfmon.tra.1lolt.it .the i term, but there I la ,some : : .t ...... which baa delayed, appointment. '
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'TheKlsslamecVaHeu! I l Gazette 1&1'1. W. B.' Joh ..t.onilettJi 'week Contractor'Frank.. Bas 1s.making 'It.or P. ........ Sctvtee.The" .

for Tarpon Springs to visit her bus excellent nrogress on the new Rivers NOTICE: .

'. band, who !employed. .at that place. building. The brick work at the I lain I P,thlans held their .

TKLKPHONB NO. II. preeent r..tewill be completed( In ,a Nwular Annual Memorial Service at )Nolle J* br.l>r dm IBSOut foIlowl*.i4b4 land,or. M lanW'imnnf form K.Moeaaary ;

--y-frrri-i- _-- ...,_ Miss Jean Persons, of Orlando has .few days., B.pt.lat.ch\&rch. last. Saturday morn- lo par the aaMmot due or taxes heists, **i.mum.lls ... ..... ...w.mwl. ...
-r, .r.-r r I'V-1 LIJHJBLISHEDUEVERY returned home after pleasant visit Sheriff L'reyativentdown: to Lough- !??, which' beside the numbers of snub aal*and adTOitlidnji.,. will k.sort at pvbila .__i m the M day ...Aon I A. A,. -*J,?as '
here with her friend, Mis VirginiaMakinson. Friendship Lodge No. of that KlMlminos City.U Its : *
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FRIDAYV man Monday\ and arrested Steve Tyre > ._. Codaty'Qeoeol end Bute ot Florin.; i
order
was attended bv large
a oongregatloo w- .
V* - --. John Douglass and Jim hidden on -
Mr C. J. Wood all. Miss Missouri warrant charging them with violationof < ; eomoietely411Jngthe church
W.IOFFICIAL from uulpltto vestibule
.. HA..I.- Wood all and Ml** Susie Bell left yesterday the game law bv killing. deer out of I Dr. J. W. Simpson Chancellor DESCRIPTION:OF LAND ill I uI'.J bWNMl fJi.

It 1 for a. ,month's visit to relative season. All gave bond for their srp1pearanca Commander. of the Lodge condllct.ecIt.he ,

WEATHER ft.K PORT/, In Georgia.Col. at the next term of the county. service In a rood Impressive man .

...Awrnir tentDaratnr* for _\, .ndl... Thoiw court. per, and In brief address paid. fitting J SP tb.I4: .... ....... ,..:.... ... .!. Vm ... H.vuK.. :,. .
_. Jalr s MM. ]. P. A. Van Agnew returned tribute /' .. oI gee ......r ih 'Me 4l .s' : '
home last. nhl'M'from a ten. days business Saloon Must Go,-and with them those, brother who, within Nw OfU. cmd ........ ,.. I ? ; S. I I'i.
; Rain.ImU.. trip Philadelphia' ] and other the appetite for drink.. If you your the pan year have none to loin the innumerable N. ufnw34 .... ,ugy'.xi.... ... 'Au7i.. so. f,...L.f./: ; tAll ..
JIIII' ] throng. On the other lde. ... .. 1 2s. are .1) : .. .
rid of
wishes be
to
friend osw'
Northern'clties, relative or .::. ::: ........:.:,. S H7a Me ese .. .:.... 111
-- tbe drink or drug habit, write at. The musical portion of the. program AH .. ...:.:.., ... .. . ... (7s as. .an EMElatI"'o ... M
Master .1.... W. Miller, Jr.. enter once for confidential Information to had been delegated to a committee .All. . .. ...:.11.. ...... ................. 10rt 117. 11.. 1147 . .
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84 '0 composed of Aft .. ... .......,.. . ...., ... .... -1"
a'wSu.d.y the Messrs. J. W Prentls $7 ", C" .. ... .
folk at Keeley M ..
Sa . . . .. ... 81 111I tamed a party of young the branch of the original "r" 14ft
Alt .. . .. .. .... .,..:,..,. ,. .... ... : ir?. .
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.. ........ .., I1' 70 beautiful, suburban botneof his parent The Institute and J.no./ Overstreet. who exercised .... .. . hmplsLaeRC.' sa
Cure. Address 'Keeley All .. ... ....... .. .... .. '[7. .1Ne eel Rmpln: 00. ... . ... '
II-.or... ......... . .... MMl 00-. 011 Tuesday afternoon. Jacksonville Fla.. 254tWe most commendable judgment!; la their All...,.... ....d,. .......... .. ... J4au: 117. M.. *4l' Rmplra Lajid(Co . ... .. sae
::::..::. 74JTku.d.y selection of both music and singers. NUofnwU\ .... : ... .. xx> :Mt IIJIW' M Th..PeottIDO.. ..... .. x'tq
Wadnaaday HOIM I Cashier N. U. understand a crusade for the enforcement Kev. awefocsocs. nw4ottwl4oi" ..!!,,. !. trlll: 1111. >a Hum, Arnold
. . .. .one During the absence of Buoy an Stephens the newly .1It
71 been In- ". { ofsw .,..U. .. ........ .. .... 101 IKK' '' Ma I." ....bD LI..L:
Carson of the State Banlr' his position of the dog law ha called pastor of the Baptist church began .}jolswUNwijofno . .,.. .' .. .. ... . "HI :ilia .0 ... ... I'I':
is being filled by .President C. A. augrated this week, and a* a result his stewardship here oo the oocaaloo. .. ::: ,. . .....:. ill ills ax* 40 BaaiArnoldl.. .!?*.!.'.,,.'. 111Niofel ,
-,,-- -- - ---- --- -- ----- Carsunof t.h Institution. several canines have met a violent and and preached the. memorial .... .. .. . 10 sc* KM NJ Collier FB_.>...- .. .. ... eM
'.1!i le.'of u<<05w.slo..b! ) 1 >
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Mr.
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death. Keep
up sermon taking at his text: "In at ..eorof
www..vstitww.vaact Marsha DoUor nwU and ran a 'II '
Mr.and .Ir. C. E. Maw and little. ] until every living dog within much as ye have done It unto one_of rt.w2WdisOydn a ion Cecil,. who have been visiting at the corporate! limit. I* decorated. with the lest of these my brethren have . ... IMIJr. ....e<>.of ,."or.." rues

; THE': LOCAL FIELD.'l he home of W. J. and II. S. Floyd re- a.1008 tag done |tit unto Me." lie preached ye a Lot. :lJCI'1 yeu Il.nr w tatydi.Addenoas a:2al7d.; nub cram. dlv.4.ofaw4ofnw :M .al.' ./is 3m Cbandlor. M Ml...., ... 411

t.urned.t.o their home Sunday. ..d . 11u.
I Klsstmmee Drug- most eloquent, a practical sermon, '' usas :JIIe 1 Roben.P.ddl..o It
Co. and A a '
getaome
: Go to Lou : aDd H.ory AOderwe I sub .
down to Tampa chocolate making; a splendid] impression on hiscongregation .. ... ... .......
Dr. W. L. Winn went delicious Schraffts dtaofawi4olawll' V. ilia T AllbrdeV, .. ....w 1 .1
Wednesday to attend a meeting of have contract with manufacturers : 1142.......... .... ... :' .. ..' //e' 31101 Me 5 JlanaODOW ............ _
e. aaaK """ They a Prelate J: M. Gardner, using the All Cofv.r . .. .. ., ..... .. "....... 11 117" as ItJO Imptr.lsd' .. .... 8 .-
the illllsborough County Medical.' Society for fresh good, shipped direct. of the K. All*of rtnr .. .. . ... 14 '11;. are ale/ xmplreL.. .e.. ,.... 8.
of P. ,
ritual' ;
Wade the Tuner. Orlando. of which be. I* a member. from factory.. This contract require prayer per All S of riv.r . .... ... .... ITS 100 BI..I.aDd' ... it
formed hit duties,in a mo.t..Dp..lv... f M f4 Ol Miff. . ..* ... 24a /t
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back to ytmVm DC* 40Ml it.IIIYalt' II. ,
all old to be chipped .. '
; Oo toJ.I..klnlon'.for nail. Mrs. J. W. Austin. and. children of good manner.Taken. KU 01oetaubn: )) of ae4/tf! : _::I ..... 4 ISO Carron: 0 D :L../.'.. t
t hir. factory and new good shipped out. altogether the service i.o 1.' ..'..... . .' .. .'....". .. .." 10 ,lie AIJ ""III"uW ll;"::: .:..... I'
Mr. Hervey'Moseley] ofOotha.. Is Maltland have been visiting No.stale good are to ha offered for* was a P; ...'.\fOlD."oI.." .. ... .. n tile IJOe 10 Unknown ,TV.. .. .. ... .... p
in town today Austin's parents,' Mr. and Mr. M.. N. sale] :20-tf most beautiful-as. well'ss solemn one K ot.wJ4 of.wJ4' 01 M" .. .. .... II 80* ft Wmmons W N. .. .,. a N
Oyerstreet at Shlbgle Creek.' and will no douht.have the effect of Nw'of.wi. ( .. ti tit* .DUO 49 Balllvan Bud .., .. .. 44e
".'?of tX" 1 aw'bay ut ne nor of'ac'u ?
of"ioltnairt
Boy .ult..t. Cash Store. The mad do"! scare, which has been Impressing: the unlnl'lated with a run .
w ::110 1110" .
Maktnson sell nails' Ibs. for 2Co Sheriff Prevatt went up to IndianS ..1t1t.t.lnKl.be whole South with the exception higher conception of the aim and. .., .., .. ,.. .. ..,.. II'l 9th XU* W Unknown....,.... ...,.. M
prlngsthls week and arrested James of South Florida I* geultfg purposes of Pythlanlam. Hw5: of ..', .... .. ItA Wi.. dos 49 aimiMMM Aodrsw If.,.. NIM
ft' Mr. R. L. Roberts"went; up to Pal I..t,- Cohen a negro wanted here under a too clbs4 to be comfortable. A few ] of.w34'iMnba'c, sw oof run'i.'n'140 .
v 3AV tae .
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U ka yesterday on business. charge( of assault and.battery.A. days ago a. family of five1 person Signer Mora's Piano Recital. lltofawi.fn.', % .. ... ..:;....... W :!lilt III: irr.aWnVru.k.. .: 1 M
II Gainesville Ns 01.. .. .:.. .. .,,. .. . S: "
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.. was bitten by a dog { R ire 40 ..oi.rJUSr ::::::... IMNw4yot
FOR SALE': A good hqI'se.P. A. Loll moved his well-driving the rabies 0' . . .. 17 :JM 20. 40 1.de.1frarllr,...:: ... I
which was declared to have Signer: Carlo Mora, Director of the. wti
D. OUTLAW.E. . .. ::. ...,.
outfit over to Mr. Walter Bass. Br's 6 v. \S2.BfooanmWM/ ............ I1y
and they have all gone to Atlanta to Conservatory of Music* at Sqpthern Ileto1 sw!. :i :taD .. 40 BMTAS>.......... .... I N
; Mr. E. S. Gill-of' J..oulhmao. transacted place across the Tuesday, and will take the Pasteur treatment. College gave. a piano recitarat the r i 4ornw4llwh.i'I4okseehiweorrun.e5ab.slOo; ;

business here Wednesday. ink an. artesian. well,for. Mr. B.... Uljfh School Auditorium lastevenlnf. <<;L..I\hl.lllo.. 12 :39* :am 'S Tlor.. H ....... ...,... tMS0
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E' ,for ..apply to M. need of crockery I Some of our young men have started Owing to-the Inclemency of the weatherand tend.olns4kmllacre. In nwoor
Dwellings rent When 40 or
plain
a movement to organize. a military. the fact. that theentertalnmenlhad owned, br Mla Mlnnl Moarlcr andMUaorMln '.
Tiller. eoorated, do not fall to call at the company, and. It t* to be hoped the not been well advertised the audiencewas aw eor owned. hjr Mabel L
E. Home Store, we have a most com. Bill I' and 1 .nN a.|aar lnMorowii d
Mr. Ij C. Royal. of Jacksonville matter. be pushed through to a much smaller It would otherwise
; and table. than. ITy Mr N O Olirnr"" 140 yd *' ' .
stock of bedroom
:. pent a few hour In the. city Tuesday plate Il1oce.'uloonclu.loo. We understandthere b..ye.beeD. Inneoor..I' .T.7.'TLot4i ; !I' :JIie. .. -M I Willis RB..,........... .* M'
ware. six vacancies for companies airtrip 4.. ydi wideDl.side "
... (Jut price on woolen,goods aISian1LM this are in now the Florida State-. Troop, Prof. Mora Is a native of Italy; and ofritmu' ...."... .1.IIIe... : :Zee 4* Rau Moron J.2M ....,.....
of
of from
Quite a number people a graduate of the famous converaatory Iirn..aronwj awj( tansa140 .
j plane drove out to A. J. Lake. ...hl.morlllnll'Lo and Klsslmmee has an abundance of at Milan.'. lIe hastraveledextenstvrly )dt w 441 a n 140 y July] the! horse excellent material. to fill\ one .of, these ty1{ of nwVof sw it a..4..ID.WOO' .
.. Tomorrow being 4th post enjoy the barbecue: In_ his and Europe giving
country
et{of ... ... M 'IRS
o wMof*wX : ; ; 2.r M Ranlaraoa Yvtae........
t omce will 'be closed from 9 ...,m. w 3 racing and other sports being held vacancies. entertainments 1 and has attained. N. (o' ..M a... s.Jot) swJ4.... :. .,. 7 ... '" 570 110 ..eN.IIL...... .,. .... tMM
; p. m. .. here today. lofty place In the musical world. Rt4ofsw ...r... ........ ........ .... S 2r. :27. io Ile N..IL.. ....:... .. ..
Jack Jones (colored ), who I* at the I.w''of.e ?. .. . ..",., .. .... II 26ct 117. .1 lie
who
? Forty rolls of matting at cost for The friends of Mrs. Ft. S. county Jail and I.I being held there a* Some of our local musician No"(or ns .,...'. .. .. .... .:.. M: ..... 27. 40 NeN..IL.\. \ 1W
-w' cash. S. C. O. HDW. Co. many Kid George who U wanted for the heard him last evening pronounce his Nwiof 5e' ..:,. .., . ..,. :.: .... :H.IIte: 278 40 Whitoa* Mrs I........... lilt
Floyd will be glad to hear of her playing the be" they ever beard, andIt .,- 'd. 27'25s' :n. *0 .. ., *4
Mrs. J. B. O'Qulnn has gone to St. speedy recovery from Dines of last week, murder of Henry Jackson and the I.0' be regretted tbat be did not Ne otsw .....,? . ...... ..". ...,. :2. :S5. 27. to pit.wa'. .,*?**LJ"J. J 61
skillful wounding of John Johnston on theFernandlna R of..' ...;:..,..'. ... ..... .... as xs. :r+. N MoN IIL ?? 1 M
I' Petersburg for a months visit with which Is due to the treatmentof excursion train last week. have a full house. I': ot oiiel(., .. ............ .. 811 Vm 27* 110 N.nooctJA..o'.. ..... :. .. r

Dfrlends.For Dr. Riven.Mrs wanted In KUdmmee. in OsceoUcounty Rev J. H. Ulllburn.. president 'ofSoutbbrn RKo1saeMo/ewj.odaeKof. ......and W. 77. to YeNHI4 .. .?..,....,... laiWneiofsei ..
Is M!< aaM -
\... Bicycles, Shaolbargerlando. _Or- : E. If. Lesley and children returned 'C. F. Prevatt, sheriff of that College who, with Prof. \ ( ... ...?,.. .... as t7d 88 B.r1.yTJ..1.: '.... ;,.a '/
'Vo t.. home Monday from their visitto county ha wired Sheriff' Bowden that Mora, Is making a tour of the StateIntroduced petahigh Lo AbUlJ.CampbioIICltr.% ...... . ,J 70 I.... ....h\ 21 t
Lot S
] the preformer and A 111 Mary Jlor& gab dl, 2H'S :
< 1Iir Mrs. M. O. Waring, of Lakelsnd.lsvisiting ] Fort Pierce. Miss Nannie Alderman this same negro escaped from jail; at tribute to his skill: a musician D." DK or lot ( .1 Clly.G I''' .: t tlrbthedAO. .,.'. .. 1N
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accompanied several month ago.Jacksonvllle : '
Mr.Lesley'* niece that "
place .
her parents Mr. and Mr*. hie and. teal as a teacher 'lUBOJK.
Jno. M. Lee.Eastman .. them here. home' and will spend some time Metropolis. ..recommended patience him as. a high'tonedchrlstian B)"lot O. .............' .... .. ..a..BENDON. I a. .TbomsHand. a.. .. 7


to' Osceola PXiarmacv.Kodak.. and supplies. at n..,. Banyan Stephen,the Light Chairman Committee Sear and of Supt.the Dana Electric of During gentleman the Intermission:: of a few t.... .... ..... ......:. ....... .. 1 25 PARK* . ...<. BrownHT.. ........,....iJ . _

tor of the Baptist church arrived the electric light plant are.to be com moment. Mr. Ulllburn took accaslon rot ..... .. ....., ,R1XJlJD. : . . .
+ Mr. Fred Woodham of Narooossec. from Kentucky Saturday night and mended for the excellent manner in to tell the audience something about NbMlblke7 tP..tY'. ........:.:.... ,;,.. o'. .,. .::, .'. f..IIJ..1 ;.... .,. .. ..
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t' pent Sunday in town a guest of Mr. began his pastorate her Sunday, which tney are. managing tha-,affairs Southern College and the treat : ;: : ..' ..... ..., .. . H'o4't.1.-'.,' 1.

Goo. W. Best: preaching the'memorial. sermon to the of this municipal. institution.. Besides that Is being done' there in all departments. l'b''I.L.b1.7.H..L.' ,. .....:,.. .::. ... ..... ... .8.1.war.r. alt< lit, ''i .'
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tbe street '
greatly: extending ." ADDITION. ,
Stocking for children and
The Fay lighting system and giving us the best Miss Jesna' Gardner added to the ( 111 v1..,... ... ... ...,.... ..! . .. .'. .. Had1.r Joe.ptle.,.. I"
ladle at Stanford Co. Will Smith colored plead guilty in of Its site to be found pleasures of the evening with a vocal ". bll.L"......... ....... .:. .... .. ?p : .. ..,...
t lighted town 4:0.IIIU. .
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: .left he county court this week:to the chargeof solo rendered Id her usual charming: 8bo..r.alb bl QL c . .
Mr. and Mrs.' N. B. Carson anywhere, they have. Increased the All ....+ .. .. ... ... . 'I
yesterday for Green Spring to spend enticing a female under age for private patronage of the plant until It.. manner. S41os2radi1.1Y8.t! ( : ...... ......:... .'. ;.; ;.;: ..; .... I.11..L..J. ::: .:

a couple ot week iiirpoaes of prostitution and wasentenced 1 paying: good dividend. arAae' "
no.
to six months on the county Children's Day. .... Lot 1 blk B .... ... ..... .."........ ... .lDIIOl.\ .... Ad..o1W,.. ....., ..M
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A beautiful ...assortment of the new chain gang. Friends; here of ..Christopher ftnUTH FLORIDA .
lace, Filet Cluny Valenciennes. etc. at aline N Z. C. V;, who are numbered Children1 Day was observed ]last BectuoatonthrlyeorlotMklraci R R C.IRvn. .
KATZ'S.Mr. :Mr. W, A. McLaughlin went to I have been Sunday at both Presbyterian and nwdsae76f...7 dklwylfNNOea .

Paul Allen of Jacksonville, Tampa last Saturday to Join her agreeably by the entire surprised population this week to learn Idehodistchnrches. ,At the former theexerolnes w74ftsHaeye91/t. ,.. ......... ...... .. .. .... .... ._ ,Sev.pMO.. .......... .. .tl

husband, who has been In thatalty. for were held at 11, a. m.and ADDITION . _
and pent Mr a few. ,Ira day.Bas*at. the home of Mr. I! some< : time under medical. treatment. that where. his he.prevent went some mission months In ago England is a at the latter at 7:45: ''p. n.', Special iotablk0.. . .. .... .,.,. ..,..i."TJO'I.. .... ... ... ,... U.I.P,...........,.'. .$, vl j 11

We are pleased to hear that Mr. Mo I.I .heeUm..x ofa program .of musla''and. recitation I' MNDB NOT PLATTKD. "
matrimonial. and
I one N. otaw', .. ... .. OnkamJaaA.... ..... r
Use Pl..nkChUl Tonic. Guaranteed. I Laugblia 1 I. greatly Imorov romance whlch/begun about thirty were given at. both churches, which B.rswnroraw' olnwa uryal r nen 10'" 21. e 14LotlblkW .

:4 Price 25 cent Sold by all year ago.The bride is Mm. Soou- were highly: entertaining a* well a*Instructive :10"W21on.neh... .. ........... Mv.. j )toD.rmouPata.. .. ... I21
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dl'u el'La. u117-B Cap!, It. U. Canova and family re- talented lady of Lonnon and elevating.Starved B.a2Of1oa. one of .." 0' a.U 2. '
Thorpe, a
from -theirreifular 'I ... .
turned Monday Call 1M
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"M1 Eula Powell, of Mulberry.Fla.. summer outing. Mr*.. Canova and .and the marriage. took place] In Edln To Dtk 1".10n.,10"wII0".II'.I., I 7 2 .N.

la here on a visit to Miss Lucy Buck- children visited relatives and friendsat borough Scotland on t.he.2Ot. .. pf thin Is what could truthfully, be said of .... ..,. ?. .. ... ..., ....,.. ....IISII..11.. .. .. .. rl"8a. ...... ss.
month: ?
.el. and other friend : ,
jy Green Cove Springs and Jacksonville '
many. children who die. They have "
sf: If you need anything In Winter vrblle Captain Canova extended Rev. B. H. Guy. who has been worm. Poor little things-they'don't ,"'. i :: L .r _' C. L. BANDY. ,.:, ." '

Good you ave from 25 to. 80 percent his trip to New York City. preaching for the people her for the know it and you don't reslUe it. If :, ,.., ,;..Tax JDolIector. Opceo>*' Ce j..J

A at Stanford Co. '. ". .;. We can not afford. to sell goods<< atcast pat with uus e..I"asd. preached severed bin his farewell connection plextoned your child and Is cross loses, fretful weight pasty for. no com.apparent ." :' '-t.t.l' .;..,... "'; .. ". -,t-1'Y.i;RtJ. ... ,

Mr. W. H. Bardln has. accepted a but they are all marked an. low sermon on Sunday. night, which wa* a it White's Cream .,
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reason give .
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position in the postoflioe,' and. began. aa. we can exist on, and wan to prove masterly effort In every sense. A large Vermifuge.: You will be surprised-at t"j-'y'; 'I TT-'i'1 1 1/0" '. i' "

'.Als' duties last Monday. his to vou. Call and see what we congregation WILl In attendance and] the results and how quickly it picks: t ....
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r have and the prices and then compare partook of the general. regret( Mr. 3STOTIOE.Hotioslabr.b
We are making exceedingly close up., !Hold: by Uoberson's Pharmacy .
a
t furnitures .
them with others.
prices on furniture for the next sixty > Our Guy's determination to leave us. He ",

day..Jor cash. t9. C. O. HDW. Co. I all new and well THE assorted.HOME BTORE.. will go to other field until the bard Freight Train WFe e.s. ti,..that t1e folbwiAs"Inda will l.t a jMtbll l.a.ea tbeCtkdarof

time are. over. !oNe commend him to July. A.:.D. WW. In front of tba at .. k.th. of ,
Mr. K. O. Tatman. left last week for whomsoever.oTs a hardworking Christian On Wednesday., last a freight :-train eaota state.1.Mnroektharaof ..smuest o.fat 0
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hi. old home1 atBenton Harbor Mich., Wanted.-To ouy an orange grove gentleman and an: able preacher. was wrecked lust this side of .Halnes twain.act CPt...alma toawtlwr with saah wl 01-. advartUnc.NAME. .
to spent the summer. and. truck farm combined on time . Fred Mann. and Tommy McCra- City In which five box cars were derailed .

all fruit'and produce made on the :. ney have moved to Klsslrninee and will three of them being turned \ T easeS
"Suesine. ad. place to be applied In paving for the engage In flnhlng for the famous cat.Bsh completely over; and practically'deInolished. ... f'i 1 DEflCHirnOH OP PEOPKHTT. J I '.
all
yartised sale. Kiu'sesding. period. pl..ce11 paid. for In full. t am anlonost. This Industry I I. building up and .. Fortunately all the train .. I'
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,ldl on .at hard. working white roan.
affording labor for a small army of crew escaped without Injury ... .. Idl .. .. .. .. .. ... .
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U.k ; LDU 4 Sleek I U 1
.1 Master Ray Bell gave a party to a Address E. Lee R. F. D. No. 2, box sturdy men. >Save your money, boy, ,T>. Unknown. .. ? LotsBbeklO. .. ,..., .?. .. ........... .l.. .. ... .... . ..
number of his little friends."Friday 55. Tampa. Fla. 23-41. and come back to your homes.-Pine- .A Millionaire's) Baby. Ua .. ...,.1... Lot 1.4 .I Bkx' 14 . .;.. .::, .- . . . li ABhoeakw's .

r .In honor of his fifth birthday. Mrs. W. B. Ulgdon and daughters castle] Notes in Ueporter-Star attended. by the highest priced baby . Lot ..B..WI. 0 Black, DL.and....IL. ..o.Addition..... .Ia ..IM.

Stove wood delivered] in town at. Misses Kathlen and Nettle have gone )Ir. L. R. Farmer, lessee of the specialist could not be cured of stomach Dl . SbonMtkar SubdlrWoa of Block.OL of V .

L .1.00 per strand. to Klsslromee where they will be county convicts, was ID town thl. week or bowel trouble. ] any quicker or e HHadlay o. . . .S. . ., v.-M.,,..,.........Iu. 412
,;' 16-tf KlSSIMMKEXtJMBER. CO. guests of the formers. mother Mrs. and reported an attempt on the part surer than four baby if you give It.MqGee' *8ubdlltmat Block 8U,Bf "aMnbwhllaeld 41a
A I 01' . .. .... ... .. ..TT .M1.
Baby Klli'.r.! Cure diarrboea ... l I. 41Munta
. themselves
Next week next week:, next week; J. A. Bandy. for the next few weeks. of the convict to liberate dysentery and all derange- WhltflcM .,. .v v'! .2.W VRobart ... . . .. . ... .. 41 .. N
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to the substantial mannerin
From t Klsslmme they expect to go which but for ; '
Baa
next week Wade Wade Wade Wade Oregon for the remainder of the sum ..which his stockade I I. built, would menta of the stomach or bowel Price W 0 .. AUeIBlofkML..::;... AK:; ; "".. ':" .'. 1 2
?. Wafae, lobe tuner, will tune. mer. They will) be accompanied to the have been successful. He. now baieight f 5 cent and. 60 cents. Sold by ilob- Dr..1 Blk PL.,]...........'...1n..if".. .. ... i O if i
1-1.HI N&o . .. .. .. .. .. So 31 '
er.on'.Pllanaacy.: .. Block ,, . ,. . *
Use old news paper In your house West by Mr UIR'doo.Calnen1leSun. \ prisoners. two from this count.yaDd ...,... .i.. E'' .or Block UL ..".......... .... ........ 41* 41 r
cleaning. We-sell them at. this office, six from Sumter all negroes, and CI.1 ? .. ... ..... .. .. ... 0
hWdred. one of them managed a few night ago I "bloE.j., . ;...r.. ..,,........... .. t.. 1 I .t
at. 200 oer Messrs. W. B. Makinson and O h..tche..lnLO the stockade. II $.... . . Jilkll.-.........,......" .. . 110 .
to smuggle a LI8bl. ; .. .. .. ... ...... .. '
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Miss Shelton Suter of Ocala has Buckets have been engaged with several The-guard, who aleep nearby, heard ...., ... .. Lvta t I.. Block B..f .. ....".. .. ....." .... .. .... I., I. ., .
been visiting the. family of Judge teams and a force of bands for a racket once or twice In*the night and 1.'. . .. Nt( .* ..!il-l B1kO.1.; ..'. ...... .... 11 !
0. F. Parker for a few days. the past four week moving: the large went out M Investigate. but 'some of 1 Cls.. $''of 8 A olL.BI.O..I.: . .'... ..:... .;. 'S : i a,
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used the Dlsston . .. o Bioea .' ""I'.. ,: ; I I ,
dredge formerly by them were watching through a- bole ( { UI '
'iii.
Use old newspaper In your house Drainage. from Lake Alligator to door and when he would appear a.H.. F.i .crtt'e AI. .,. .. ..' iJan
in the Jobs And.non... . tatBbek0........:. ..1. ..... a M
0 fea nl nit'. We sell them at this oftloe Ashton where.it I I. being loaded on their operation would utop. _DPI_. AU.'III&. ..h.. ....'..:..1.,1.. .... 1'6 ,'' 1. .

at 20o per hundred. cars for shipment. Mr. Makinsoo Investigation next morning It R.Ma.'s ,, .
... the dredge from C. W. Upon the Inside of the stockade Un" .' .. ,. .. .. ...A.I. .,.. ... ..;.. o /. 54
Mrs. W. B. Makinson and three purchased wa found that :: ... L' lk1..,,...,., .. .. .. ...... ... . . ,
'-"children\ have gone Maryland to Ward, 'secretary of the United Land was llterslly torn to piece, Bnw.yTboop.on.: ... Lot4bloek1M1 ? .......... ...... ...;.... I. a 1
the summer with relatives.. Co., some time ago. and has resold It plank having been ripped off from the '' -

spend: to other parties.. calling and floor, both of which however JWAd.MM,. .... .. /MllsloskB..' ..lt.. .. .1..,.......i. ,756. 1
Use old newspapers in your house were double and. cross-laid. Asa _. South R R Bqr..r.RCBavw .

cleaning.] We sell"them at his office ..\ large number of the member of result of the attempt to escape. the .. .' B.I.atOw.e .1 .. .,. ..pan. .oath4s '

f at. 20o per.hundred.. tlm Baptist. church net at the parsonage ring leaders are now wearing shackles, dwtft..Td.w07tt.n.a4..7lftsd..1 ft t..L.. lock I'........ .. .... I 6 $ r
Tbe residents of lobe Point are en.JoJIDIt Tuesday .evening Rive their new ._ .-.. .

S ( another picnic and. fish fry t.oAi.y pastor. Rev. Banyan Stephen, ahoulewirming Notice. ADal..1. .. . ,. 0. ONe. .1t... .. .. .. .. .14.',,,; tat '. W
and to MetbewV < u
near. the.old Whltmore place. an opportunity The of the Democratic H .1 .. . ..... '
wltb bis flock. The member new : Conner. ..,. Lot ... \ n
'A W. nl;' MakiDon Co.' Is makinga become acquainted Executive Committee. are requested to w lfPaint R"lO. ,.;.. . stdNifLtl'BluekS., ..... ..(.. ... ..,... .. 1971J 'W
The croct was entertained with music and Ba.. ... .... ..... .....:.. : .,:, 'n'
big out: in the price of nails for the recitation by some of Klsslmmee' meet at the Court House on Monday. Unksows W .. ... N (,.L.hl" Bl0ek5...::.:...t.k..... .,'. ... ... I. ,, ,'Ii' .
next 20 days. See adv. in this Issue. gifted local ....Ient. and delightful. refreshment August 3rd, for the purpose of organ- UDkD. .. . iz14ttns.Wsd. iab.kT... ,........ .... .. : ;
icing and to transact-any. other bus I- W.A. Patrick's '. ,
rved. The eventproved
dr..nd'' Mrs. L. J. Dolllns arepending were before them. ... i4.L.tIBiokYnO.rrio Q. .A.I.u: .. '',
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) a most pleasant. social function. ness that may come J'PWytkio.. . .. J, a M. . u. .. .. .............",... I U.
with friends in ", .
a few days and was highly enjoyed by all. T. M. MURPHY. and Paper 0al' LaIBbekO. .. .:. :..I.. . . .... .. .... 1.j xM
Klsslmmee.-Orlando] Reporter-Star. : I July 3-It' Chairman. .. ". ....;. '......., .... .... ..... ; 1m
"" -' Captain Eugene Bryan has received --- "n :..'. L" 2BlY.IY. ...... .w.....,.. ....,.. ....... .1\. ?
F1 '"belm'.1 Patent Oxfords are k4.J a L If'5s1 l- St ..,... .. ,. .....: 111
to style comfort notice from United States. Senator W. Piano. Tuning. . Improve and protectour bouse.I Wa_.._, Als.ACLRZiaEetl ill I......:.......:... 6 .1;
the thing as .
correct I will lOOT C $
l i U. Milton of bis appointment all a cadet he pleased td bring my J sod. Co. .. o
'Found at. H.A-C. Stanford. Co. m the U. S. tf"val Academy at Next week Wades the tuner will sample books to your house and Tstee" . ,, ,. P .. 11.nM s W i..w hi
nIY. Order in to In the latest Pau \ 'r'rmta.m3rf, o I.ill iOHIv.iPut.
Annapolis. Eugene hat already shown work in Klsslmmee. sent make any !suggestion .
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< Mr. "Dr.'Mr: O. C:: Allen of Jack special adaptation for m military career tone (J1'.y.toalIII receive! attention.A decoration that you may desire. ...' B$4SltotN . .. ; .. "
land. f
sonvllle( spent a few days. at tbe home having risen to the office of senior Drop me a card and I will cheerfully ... .(.. U"pliW >
of their parents Mr, and. -Mrs. Ira Bass captain at the State University COBteated. WQSMM ] furnish estimates on p'per .J ,. 4o' Nis.fNWHefMaocR tlo:I5Tp5 H .O .. '

his junior year, and his progress In (U always found In the .same house and painting. I. .1! :. ) : ;. 111.. aW. ....... ...... ...1......... .. ....... .. .. .
o Refrigerators, Ice cream freezers; the navy will be followed with interestby with Ballord's Snow Liniment Vnkrwwa.-.... ..... 81 .NE"oNWUoNWAoNWU( 1. ',

; Hrfmmocks, Canopies and all sum number of friends bo will member of the family free : : iwf..NW )i : < il
a ]large keep every ... Jli t ; ht..i. +
E mfr Roods. .-.t... bargain price fore confidently expect to see him rise to from aches and pain, it heals
} *.b', 8<.C. G..How.' Co., the! highest!; rank.: HI appointment 1* burn and scalds and cure rheumy OAOAkKE K : .8 ft F:10lt,.a.Bs... ... ..,..,.,..,..r......,.,,.. ,. I" '
Db not forget that tbe sale of sweet- effective next June and between now -I.m., neuralgia. lumbago. and all muscular Ilh2..W.. :. .
I GES."Tai
scented soaps, three tablets for 10 ana that Hone be will have to undergo soreness and stiffness. 25c, Mo .. P: C. O ; CoMecte .

,, close tomorrow. a very rigid-mental and. physical. ex. and $11.00 bottle..' Sold by Koberaon's, J., R. GILBERT Deputy '!; ,
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.. of: {( ,. ,)-#., Twill "not write. on the card "The THE DAYS OF SEVENTY-SIX1 I FERNANDINA'S HARBOR ,THROUGHOUT- -THE-. STATE.' t I '
)} soup, Tho next question Is
-Ie >> 1J.I. / "Wheredid '"
I' t- -Tha magnificent freight'term In '
con go at the St. LouU ., A Ig ;
Expositionto ....!...- Atlantic '
of the Coast Line
My Grandmother's and tb '
Story. ,
have some funf" 'I>lk ." This t
- Has Been Proven Safe for Vet- Florida East Coast rallwal'at Jacksonville
rare and delicious flslj) ha\lns;' been BY K. Af.UMANll (lt'NX11)V; have been' formally! opened. Th.. 'c, )

successfully captured and enjoyed, WIM In tIe 05th I)' iMitnnirr, sets of Deep Draught. n-yw building* whlcu are of Clio r

the attention 'drawn to 'the third V"lien. the li-uniimiiK| of the, drummer, . melt. brick with the-foonng cost 1200.00 .- '.
proposition : tirotvinit daily. arum mid arimiiner, and are said to be the finest I; In the '.
t What Is the only. country\, Russia heat the I lime. fur tiuiii.liiuu, turn.Vlien . HAS THIRTY FEET OF \WATEP south
has \ acrom rncli .hndtvl l vullo) .
I ever whipped If history Is Ami tliixmali 'every strwt ,,11,1h')', -The jury at Miami hi 'the CUe of

your favorite diversion you will know Culling infringe to rully.\ ___,.. iCuniu the state vs. Thomas II. liethea, charged
that It Is Turkey and the butler will lio HUIIIIIIUIIN! oiu-o again, Hug. Ship Chipan,-Drawing 29 Foot of f with-the murder of J, W. Holt lu '

have the pleasure ot presenting a 't. Wat.r, Pa.. Safely Over Bar With ,Muy.rafler bring ,ou,' (of. sevaril+l :
\\> aura in a Line of "In. .
e pleco ot that delicious\ fowl/ Fur cur'rnu'"ir-e loll the Uiryr" houi *. were unable to reach a verdlc ;j

"What, famous singer spent most How the lleminn and lhc'1'ory 9.300 TOM Cargo and were discharged. .r3Hobert

..;;.. of the winter In America \ftor an From I the. fore \\onlnngtoii,," \ Sanchez!:, a lineman In the
- l'lod\ ., like slier.! ,' when' w,1 r. n 'I jhtM. .
absence of some ?" ; Kcinandlna. Fla.-!3om considerable !employ{ of the Western Union Telegrapa -
years Ptfltl.
!How their .lul 'nrt..ranks' ,'
THE \ "" \.Iilhtfd.: '
EAGLE SCREAMS. Further alone the list comoa: the JiiHl an morning lire weir l ifthle 1. commollon wan experiencedwhen company at Jacksonville while
bunker; "If your opponent an the golf Kro tliry ,"" bail liieil u gun.; the huge ship -Chip( *"*,' which descending from the top of a pole t
i am lIe American Knglc, In the last hnudredJenra! or so. links did you one Bole entered this port partly Iftaded' wltl'allway h where; he had working, cam lu contact .
And my wings. Hop togi-Uior I'm game from jnore what How at.rvincflon aid nt Ticnlon. '. tupplles"and other merclian-- with two live wires aad Jte'.l! to Utugiound

Like.IM, I I'OOIIthiJlb.: The i.cunt of lII}Iteiik ",- would you consider )yourself Possibly Troops that llow' bad family leant. on.,. disc, 10 lake on here an additional 1 lie was seriously injured but
,And I eat banana raw. TIT llie.torryangledtips' the victory not too recent, Here urpiiw l, while tliry v 'i'" In-lit mC'hrinlniaa of lumber, nailed will recovex '
t Itome may sit on here Of.my tail fiuillivrs. ; you might own to being "b at," : joys and Imrn-n, , ft ilcc, cargo of 300,000 feet \
even Iili. a.,11 howl. A.II'h..." I begin After How their ranks were rnmlivd and. broken out of port drawing w ily twenty Oswald. Qulnllvau( of' Pensacola,
ltiitlii!, > inn not _. To fcrutdi .grmel. the vegetable has been masticated As a signal end n tok'n. nine feel of water over the 'bar. Deep, chief engineer of the steamer Pilot,.
Kit on Me! ""*. Muni >our eyes!! the thrilling question be an flint heir death.,ilimm allolllol) Jill rpukrn draught ceaaelx have entered before use-i "Hiy the bar pilots of that city to "<

Will she please put I tut I'm' (lie rock of lie -yftllt. swered Is, "What would you do Jf a his Hie cannon of the froc. nod fully 'demonstrated the fact that board vessels, was seriously and perhaps .. ,
In her organ and wind it? And the lipnlnrd, of '
I am molly a bird of .pastet iliHltlmui. of lll 1.11.1 tile I pistol l wero, pointed at your' head! I ho harbor U always equal to the demand fatally scalded when a tube of M '"'

And I was born Without teeth, '1 Im only Knllinnreuus Quail no doubt If you happen to be made upon Its resources, but the bol'.er! exploded,, sending the, hot t
Hut I've rot talon 10 I'liirilKin. unum of the fair ser tho Chlpntia has emphasized the taut j I steam over :him Tnla occurred whil '

V Tbat reach from the nlormlWwtn ( III record "What would bread bo with-. '" that thorn la" easily thirty feel of water the vesBal was In the gulf on the lOOk
cniuU of the Atlantic I'm nn eagle from EoIlleville'ath . Butter. over ho bar The clever and ctfeclhe out for Incoming resseUasd,, It was '
To the col den shore of tbe .
1 n scieani on me tli.it m..ke.. I
Placid f'ocllic, thunder nouiid like "Tho unfortunate} person will find 1y. -1, work of the government many hours before ,a vessel came to
And I Una the RockY Mounlainn 'OI'I.inK| | cotton his allowance Is In what?" Pickle. x. arrv eI! dredge ban placed I ibis mutter on an tae assistance of the disabled! boat Bold ;
A. wlicutonm, tn .nharpea them on. ln a till morning. enduring foundation and when tU.-tr& brought the injured engineer' to the
I nevrr cackle. till 1 And my present vddrena. is- "What; were the beaus ot olden G Gf work I* ,completed there will bo thluy-- city lie was engaged In plugging the

Ixy an teg. Had( C..lumbla, times often called" Macaroni. tlc feet of water thiougbout the spa tube when 'It bum and his face head,
And I point with pride Ik H. A.I "What was the name of Noah's tcc- clouH harbor. The Chlpana was afloat neck shoulders
and
To th. eggs I'l'e laid .. See -New Vork Sun. leg were burned
: ond son? Ham. at all stages; of the tide when loadingat almost to a crisp

,- "It you girls wanted to go to Japan : 1he docks here, and she wan not for -&:.The steamship Josle, owned 'by ,1
what would to father" a moment delayed In her outward past.age I
you say your the United Steam.ilp( ; Fruit company ;
Lettuce. r.f ,(. It I lit mild the CUpuna had contemplated went. on lo. the rocks two miles
flS east
I
;i .1 I It' The next apropos query would be entering; at Savannah, but of Cape' Florida. The ship has a

,..,..".' 0',' j'':\\ .. for most persons rather an easy one. lound It Impossible, to do "0, -Her genial l' I cost and general mtfrchandlso cargoof and
"
:::-- captain ((Rosas was ImptPjsulwith
la valued (
"With at
what do the children cele I $500,000. It U believed
brate the Fourth of July?". Crack. ;_ + > the depth of the harbor and wm of ]i that by shifting a portion\ of the cargo .t
rM4 Infator of representing! tho matter the
1iir1'WLNTleUCENrtJRY FOURTH ers. gotten off wltu
: Fernandlnu u distil. out lux (poliiT furImpoitcd oat' material damage w'
When the sweat course appears migoes. Me wouiU |put the
**** ," ;-B rill! Williams, .chatgcd with as-
these two questions will have to be matter for -onsldiatlou" before Uu
.:<; .11 answered before one Is served* owners of lili vessel( 1 and upon. hU ic. I fault to minder Man Little, on March!

' "If a woman what do you do when turn to (the I'nlte-d States with a lamo'I 2K, was convicted'! sentenced In the
f; 9 muilnol at
rl" you see a mouse! Ice cream. of nltinli' cf soda, f't'rllludl":1: poiC court Jacksonville to two
t i > ears in state prison.Owing '
t1 I r On. rwxaa 1 "IV.here does a man put an engagement might! be the distillling; renter for It.
The dimensions of t Ihe Chipana are I to the lack demand aud
ring Lady finger.
And ns follows: 435 feel long b,}' M Tent dull market* condltlolll'Pensacol"
l "Where do you go after the play how Sullivan's deep thunder, \
+ \\ ltd hi. cannon gleaming under widecrew' ( of !oily *iten ''m>lI. Sblooli -- :(wholesale fishing" houses: have polled
? for .
supper? Cafe. item the morning air asunder, l on here from the tlenRlu: ,:; Phi 'nutiren' and notified all fishermen in r
These are merely a few questions As our 8tark broke into "town ; company 30"(101)< ) feel of III III hI-I'I t ti) their l'mpi'I:1.1.\: hereafter no vessels
IIY NOT lctdependenco thl. In- broken line of rich red Japanese lanterns given by :way of suggestion, but, of And how Korett'a grand artillorj- complete her cargo ot 9,3o.i Ions Slit> : will: be allowed to bring more than

Day bo hung on red, white and blue course, each hostess must be guidedIn I'lit the forth llnwinn from. troops the "lAatillervtIron in pillory. "ailed for South AniciUnii l'OI'lN.| Tho i 1 15.0'jir' {jrtuudn of red snappers to port.

ODe on witch the ribbon, forming a pretty frieze and her selection by the menu. The outing boners-tu. crush them tern. owners" arc \\'. M. Grace Company: of ',|'If III tile event a catch exceeding this .

hostess, too, declares shedding light and air of gaycty over mistakes In answering the questionswill New Yoik, who have nine\'I"SKt'lI iii' | amount Ia l. drought'In they will not betaken ."

her Independence. tho al fresco banquet.The be delightfully funny, and fancy Oh' what shout we gave: lo cheer them! gaged In (the South' American n'ado. I' unless the fishermen agree; toaccept
'hough knew they could' not .bear. hem I 1 2 cents '
we
per
ten guests pound for the exICCMK -
; on which comprising the the sport to be had In jollying the Still 1

she resolves to no house party will sit at a pretty roundtable guests who get the most Impossible \\'e our were blessings girls and lingered.'-ould I not near fight.them NATURE PROVIDED POWER. 1 1i| n.sheriiien. Tho Is juice 3 I.2 at present paid (tie; .1'J

longer bo bo\md In which Is made by placing over mixtures and the, poor unfortunates nut no had. an only brother, i i TILI notice ce.its par pound. ,
was given to the
flsbormen
(
lie, the idol of our mother, -
,. servitude by tho old Building Moved Eighteen Miles Without and '
Shared with Stark and many another : at /flailing vessels frequently'
forms ot entertainment which hare PARADING ON THE FOURTH. "j la the glory of that night Using Either Jacks or Rollers |I come Into port with catches of 2 ..OOQ'J

crown threadbare from use since the St AugUHtlne. Fla-Calitahl (!eorfV. | pound, and In many Instances with
days of the Revolutionary War Let And, ah mel! I had a lover, \ Corbett wUII l a gang of men ha 10.000" and 35.000" pounds there Is considerable
.
the
of the
Though calling
.. her s accomplished a feat never (before attempted dlasatlsfactloni' 3
got up something original whethtrahe -. r e *. rttt Munil above the Hovers which cover
has to think It out herself or .r a llu last rot on Monmouth plain. perhaps\ b\ 1n011I'llIlol1t!/: rue Ice famine which has .been ;
low Ins eyes flashed wide with glory the use or cither jacks or rolleis, the worrying Key'ellt Is over as both r
f .copy Borne clever Idea. People are ,
A. lie. heard our tmn'mie'ii story I bath house, which for nay booulocatej Ice '
years companies
are now making ice to
crowing weary of the'monotonous .Can it.l I.e that, crushol Mid gory, jho a.
the of
at end pier at at. 'flair I full capacities.
He buried with tbe slam
repetitions of July 4 entertainments was -

and anything new, even though It may ..Francis,... barracks, lo Captain (l'or'i.1 -At a revival! of the First Baptist
lie was but a boy, and tender, .It'llloc'k "Maten/an.: ; Ii distance Church of Pemtacola the v t
v 4ick In merit, will meet with greater And was delicate and slender. of eighteen miles < I' form large plat "'
'Appreciation than compelling your Ali. what ner vice could hi render? t'aptaln t'orbelt hut his men remove ' which had been erected for the ,
Ps Nut he took Ins father's accommodation of the preacjer and
.guests to go through any one of the pI KIIII. some of the foiiiidutlonii, 1 K Though .he might be slightly froward slug. >c/ollapHed./ There was an Im-
old performances that remind them I t., lie wes certainly, no
'? cf an annual duty they are forced toyertorm t ), !n the morning, Ahner Howard thin .building on a low tklt1/ Then its. platform] was crowded Great excitement
-
Instead of an occasion of __ c' Joined the Lruops of \Vaahinaton. the tide roue the lightei Mooted lo a prcvaVed: for a moment and only
l line with tilt! joints of me! ix.jbe and 1
merriment and enjoyment:*. Don't let __ lien the dajn grew and and cleerlesa, gradually lifted It from lu fauMat! the prestncd I of mind! of the pastor.
.clime novel sentiment enter Into )your Though our nx-n were<< marching fearless : John A. Wiay. prevented a panic Us.

t' J1I1" cram. If yon have anything sugrcestlve r n r, ImHiiiR up the army, peerl....., Ions The --1rJnK| opal the fallen ,platform and
lighter with the\
Of the Ifntmli to the c-oant. building", balanced calmed the excited audience .
the
of avoid by .tart.Ina !
patriotism -
) commonplace 3 And at Mmmioiith'B dregful battle li ieil, It wan 'towed to the dockat I
hurrah that pleases the ho! % !ri Ve could head the muskets< rAttle. Mantanxa.' Here had been provide to slog a hjmii. .i".).

"polloL Tour guests should' not be tw, lien were aluiiKhlcrrd there.. like .cattle a foundation, couslntlng of crOHStles Postmasters of the fourta: class l.i .

treated a* the rabble and you should in the ranks of either bout. "cribbed" up from the river and on :' Florida! have been granted leave of absence

not resort to the politician's means Wy ? Rut Ford Howe wo auto defeated , the high tide the lighter wad floated ::, fora; many days, not exceeding ,

ol arousing Interest,': by grandstand And Ins shattered troops l'el..tea. i i' 'o,1; I between the cribs: and ,as the tide receded -, live da> s; as may be necessary; to 1:11.I.bi" .

methods. Avoid the kind of amuse- With their dead. behind. unnhoeted,' (;I1? ; lhej;, IIghler. loweiod!! .', and ,(..the'hoino them to attend the annual suta'cllnll'.tntlon

ment, .that, appeals to the gallery c ) s And, in spite of all. his pelter"talkEvery ",. '...:;;::1 F ,.>v/wan thereby t \ Heourely :?"upon'' l* of the Florida League of. ,
;
'.' 9.l/olnaaaterll< of tae. fourth class offices
Its ",
tyt
J newt underpinIIRS, ," 1 :
The shooting oft of firecrackers, pyrotechnlc + Rushed and harried better ajteller ,1'141' w >.n">S -.:....!;.lj_>.......>._v: ;*;', displays In the evening and ])own to S" for nheltcr. 5 and G, W8. "
MAHOGANY :
And took refuge in New York. FROM WEn AfRICA.
the singing of national airs ,
.4" now -Hon, Frank I.;. Wljg, mayor .of. lj
please only the juvenile American Ylt'k Thel'ame day of cheer and sadness Over 3S.CCO.OC3: Superficial 1 Feet Will Temp, lit his Inaugural 'massage to*?},,!. ;'
Juvenile In year or..mentality.The 1>11)'. of hope and days of inndrcis, be Imported Through Penea ola. I IPonsacola the council of that city cmpaatlcally: a" ,r '
) Of Ueupondency and Rladncm i
; ; !
twentieth century hostess declares that here shall
be
sucii
And olns, they toM to Jo'ya.-O\'l'r no
meOf ::I J.OC! -,OOO sulicrflclal '
i mast provide something for the bin death I I could. not save him, feet of mahogany lumber thing as a wide open town In Tampa ,,
c amusement ot her guests out of the $tit no tyrant could enslave him. from the forests of West Africa duilng Ma tarhi. tlambllng'and open
are to
beaten track-the more outre, bizarre ", was my gift. I.freely gave him be imported through Pcnsacoja dur saloon on Sunday>> are taings of the

t and unusual the more' desirable.A That my country might be free. I ing the next eighteen months by tbe' pant' 1,1 tbls city says the new mayor,

scheme which smacks of origin : q fk firm of C c, Menglo & Co. of Louts I he anther! declaring that the; laws re-
; ; vllle. This la In gating to these and other evl.s must
alltyjias been thought out by a clever addition to the car'
,. of both I and will be strictly 'enforced and nA> r.
Boston girl who will entertain at her goes mahogany and cedar' :
r person, firm or : .
corporation violating'I
:country home a house party over Independence ,. brought here from lell/) by this firm thelle ',
which was recently organised .i or any of the ordinances of tb<>
i Day. Golf, motoring, tennlii capital( Increased and tlif city will: recelva any ilenlency or favor
I and th'old.! old game'of hearts; vices According to url ut ll Li hand ;
received hero the arm
Intend i .
with Cupid as score keeper, will bo handling. the African -The Tampa Water Works company
played throughout the day but the ... ..... mahogany, th<"
on U
- "llnest brought 'to (this: country, 1111 up against a rig! bunch of dam-
t ..renlng ot the glorious Fourth willcome an ordinary kitchen'' pine table one otho who are ravenous with nothing more Immense main, and with (bIll object an ago silts, growing out of the alleged

the crowning fun of the oeca- round wooden tops every hostess substantial than a pickle and a V Vti In view has mad largo contract* In i scarcity of water provided for tha e*.

.lou- a most original and amusing provides In several different sizes for cracker to satisfy their appetites. II I Africa for <'/titt'f IIK and /getting t thin los I tlnujlahment jf the Ybor City fire ot ,

dinner. For this function the young he dinner entertaining The exquisite Three mlnutes Is the time allowed to the covet for'shlimenta| Some few March 1, 1SJ08. The suits range frojjv "

+ hostess will transform her living linen damask tablecloth will for, answering each ,question. The months tlnce, the /flint .lesumed the i 13.000 to $15,000, and altogether nuuV ,

t room porch Into a dining room. Pa- \hide all suspicion ot the table's plebeian = hostess will keep score and at the end Importation of mahogany' through (this her slangy, aggregating over $400,000 ,_ t.

triotic and' artistic effects will be origin and the pretty board or the feast will present to the girl 1 port, and It Is now' staled that all of In aaked-tor damaees.

achieved .by ,draping American and will gleam with silver and glass.. One who has dined both wisely and well its business will l ln handled through", -"Walter Greek, tlie young man who :

+ French Hags around the sides of the I course will be served on blue Flevolulonnry a dainty muslin sunbonnet "to keep I P+ 0. I'ensacola.LARGE. almost severed the head of John Merchant ,. tit. '
'
tnclosure' with tall palms In attractive china worth Its weight In goldto her head always cool, ,"and successful WHARF from hU body' In Ualdwln county t

groups to lend a touch of coolIng a collector. The table decorations guesser of the masculine success with CULlAFShD. was captured Dear -Venl.Jco! by '.,

green to the mile en scene. At will be small silk flags, and broad trl- an ",umbrella to ward off brain Under the sheriff and was Immediately turn- t
Weight of Large lid over to a party of offlcera from the
i the top of the piazza will run, a colored ribbons will run out from the ator na." Quantity of I I Alabama "
Buttonwood-Vessels I county, wao had beett
centre of the table' and hang down to Quite a novel'function not as elaborate Damaged Hearculng for him *)
sjnco the crime viaJ : :
the floor. A large Liberty bell of red, as a dinnerlaa,: Fourth of July 1 Key West. Fla.-Tin- ]largo what' 10- l'ommlh'Jd, .'

white and blue flowers will be suspended tea., The picturesque feature of this' / cently bull by the PorU-r-AUnn com1pany I .,r h.
: ri collajiHc.l under -As the result of a row on an excurj
over tbe table. A' mound".of affair Is tq have the girls pour tea and I "r large the weight of I a axon train )to
f.1rA quantity of buttonwood( returning from Fernandlna "
Several
geraniums shorn of their leaves serve lemonade dressed in colonial
small vessels were to Jacksonville, Howard Jackson a ,
badly damaged
makes the floral centrepiece. At each frocks quaint bonnets, mitts and But t put away my spinning. the crash 'f he schooner Pride of the by1' Jf' unjj negro ina, in the county hospital .';

girl's place will be arranged dainty sandals. This tea will be held on the And the dress I was beginning Sea was damaged and the Luther I'mder mortally wounded. The negro {,

little rustic baskets,filled with bluish lawn and over the tea and lemonade God forgive me if 'twas sinning] launch was also badly damaged.- i t who did the shooting escaped from the i
Mil and Conti- tables will be large Japanese For my eyes with tears were dim A number of ; train before It
purple sweet peas, tiny And I mourned t him as none other small bottle are burled It reached Jacksonville.
nental military hats made of dark umbrellas, which are more attractive Kver; mourned a patriot-lover; under the wreck There were seven hundred and fifty . '.

blue crinkled paper ornamented/with than hot and uncomfortable tents. \\ litre the green-grass, spreads its co>'er, I negroes on the train and the ahootlntt .fe ''.

a gold cockade are' designed for the The lees sandwiches and bouillon are 1 was Untied up with bun.StJir COUNTY JAIL WAS BURNED. caused a panic many-being\>> bruised ln>* ( ", .

men's dinner favors. The menus are served from the house and passed by I married Gran'lher IlolJcn, I, their' efforts to leave tae car in which :; it-

A to be Imposing scrolls, with seals- the servants. From What-To-Eat, And some dnys were bright and fltold!!!). The Prisoners Were Rescued After a 1 tie iroubli occurred. 1- It.. '
'e amall Declarations of Independence the Pure Food Magazine.In Though my heart grew ore and olden lard Fight. -Deputy Sheriff James Lewis a '

: lied up with trl-colored ribbon. When 1 thought of Abner, dead.. Tllusvllle, Fla.-The Brevanl brother of Sheriff' Lewis, was shot and \, ') i"
But for yean and tears I tarried cow perhaps
Instead of the names of viands that Readiness. For .the Day. Nor contented to be married ty Jail together with the sheriff i The mortally wounded' at Marl- :.?!
.. ana
.. accidental.
,. home was shooting was
appear on the usual menu, on this Till your gran'ther's waiting carried, completely .destroyed by The ,J! t.,'
And at I..t.1 last we wed. .flre. The prisoners deputy and a friend named Rich- :
scroll menu there :will appear a perplexing mostly negroe ard lieD \
nett In sheriff1 of-
'the }
were rescued after were "j!
r:. lot ,of questions written out It was seventy years... The hummer. one mpde his a hard fight and'not I tics examining 83-callbre revolver '"t.$''

iI by the claver hostess., fM0l And the calling of tbe drummer now being held under escape.guard'In They are) which had been taken from a prison- \ ,. {' ." .
Tell that earth I. bright with
When the guests are taking1' their"seats summer city Thl loss In the er. when the revolver was discharged. ,
ith the that
summer* hay* fled- estimated at
she .will make tha rather start. Andl'od I hear a pleasant humminglltrikt $50,000. while in the hands of. Rennet

zr ,.. ling announcement "tbat whether you 'llm liritubl' Hear the drumming! UNIQUE flT ENTERED.: -By the falling of a heavy Iron bar 4 ".'

T aY a people get anything to eat or not will 4.a ,I nm coining, Abner.\ coming 1 which was being hoisted to, position .
When they rained ', sh" was dead I ( .;
depend upon your own'wit.." You Against Fish ; on the new Hotel Aloert at'Jackson-
''
can' well Imagine. the. consternation ,. 4T Company Upon I Their vine; Julius w. Haas, a young; man ' .

ot the company. And .the will further am olJ and sometime weeping: Refusal. to Accept Cargo. 1 j lot the ctyof Newark New Jersey,
explain' that "If you give .the eight Where the lovers now are Bleeping, PewiacoU I who was employed on tho ,work, wasof .'
With wild flowery o'er them creeping Fla-The entire crew r .
Instantly killed and J.. tbe
F. Baker
,
j answers to the questions asked on the Sad l and happy loelmgs mix. the fishing schooner CoJd win 11. Colt( contractor :
{ scroll by your plate the servants will I I'tell to you tier story brought suit against the Warren Fish I was, badly ,Injured. ,'

'i help,,you; otherwise U' go without; *v
So"be careful
The first brain splitting puzzler:Is, F. C.raclcer-"1 t.. go' off oiTw roz Seventy-Six.! to port recently. The firm bases Its rel e keys for tbe Western Union'TV b

"What will you be In If",you answer t ular bust this Fourth Mr. Rockit."' -: 'The' old '' lUitUlery> where Foretl emit fusal to take the flail on the fact that egraph company, has been completed ;'t, "'t
v his, gun. long since torn down. New the cargo of 20,000 pounds could and its said to be one of the finestsystems i
:"frongf" And lt, you're.;not 'prttty Mr. Ilocklt-All right I'm always not '
.lercey name for Ih+s.mru. llumming> pass Inspection and therefore In the south every pole .ba .,
quick at ibis* '80t't .of nonsense you game lora, little blow-out." bird ,*'j'be they '
j woodpecker..' ;were relieved of any rea ".lb.U1t.J] ing planted In -solid ,rock and ,wise, Rut

J storm :guyed,' $ (, ?nl

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\ 1.1..4 r a7atwa9.ffw/MSfgersaftaatra ._. ( ; otPa. dlft>: r.aC.kl, <*l;,from the** with ' rt
which'he had hitherto been'eogsect-: lito Irrigation of a 'One-Acre farm,
; d.- and which had failed\ (as,be persuaded ,. .: In it'addagtoa.TAe .A sore' throatf! is a,
THE 11NON S ) himself) ty the pusillanimity
WARD
'sflH jfl
j ? and want of J fenterprls of others, : flrai few months ,be ,passed .'dangeroutna1ad P f" ft
HU own hand and brain .should for "In experimenting; drawing'-upon hi*

r..g: .01U ,TALE OP HONE UDIESS.ftKtv !.r= !!i iI the future'direct them; ,and..In-' particular ' pension for living could expenses. the Ut read subject btflyou" ot 1'nee l.'to,
he would talfe,, .I'e. to separate all that he find upon
U :I" himself completely from these talked with men who ,had wade tie'a; .sock aroundyour

'b. By JAMBS. PAYN. pel1 eoa4j tora;,, or rather confederates,' a study otirrlgatlou!:, farming, and '. '
B 1 ef'saaaaassas..f.*<....-sjsBKn .e CI 8 .1 with whom perforce ho hud ot late''' went among thos.a of "neighbors heck to cure ft I .
.-.-.-.-..-.-.....-.-.-.-.-.-. consorted. He .would put them to 'who were successful working in the ,"
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; I one more: use, andj then have done fields with them. He saw that the r
$ CHAPTER XXII.Continued. 18." wrong acale. I did not know 1l'was with, them. climate, soil and natural conditionswere :

-' the wrong one but I ought to have It was la company with one of favorable for agriculture ta all ALLAb _

After a long drive they d'ew'IIP at done bad not my eyes beeo. blindedby thesa__the, mall Dawionlhat he its diversified forma; hs ,taw:the results

a house in a very' modest terrace the-glitter of gold. Miss Sophy. was about to leave England that obtained through the practical SNOW : .
where Jeannette's cousin_a homely was "bribed by,>> Mrr Adair to help very evening; and by- him all arrangements operation of sclenting method. and :

matronly 'woman, save them a hearty him had been made for.:that that Intelligent' effort and careful supervlsjon LINIMENT
{ welcome Some tea and refreshments "Bribed 1 Oh. Jeannettel"' purpose. Dawson. wa not; only were what counted not the
/t, wire put before them, of which.Sophy "Uulbl 1l1ll1b you' must not kneel aware that So-;>by and the child were, amount of land one possessed* 80
to me," interrupted Sophy greatly his will 'cure that throat in abort ordar. nt'
1 could hardly be persuaded to partake going with Adair, but, had suggested he went to work upon one acre..
-
to afraid t!was she of pursuit and capturei agitated' 'If I have anything to for.' theirs> doing .0. He'kneV all their' He'pruned the trees and.set out thirty, Baliard' Snow Llalrnefrt-vwnotratt tho pares, promote,
; In twenty minutes they were give you. of course It is forgiven-" circumstances, and '.bad'. pointed l ,out others ,of different varieties[ ; "ae tug: free olrouI&Uoa, giving; [ho, muaclo more tilnaUolty.CURES .

t'i , ,. again on their way, this time In one "I ,thank you for that blessed how Important It was to Adalr'a future .. plowed out the oil vegetables and RHEUMATISM.CUTS,SPRAINS. BRUISES.
'
9' ,of those Die!* peculiar. to the suburb word Miss Sophy, c cited the sobbing prospects (In which Mr. Dawn vines and.planted new, ones; he sold WOUNDS) OLD SORES STOP JOINTS
'1 and country towns. Their way lay girl. "I draw my breath for- thu flattered" himself he would havesomo ,the half dozen sick,",chickens and re- BURNS AND ALL PAINS.
V. now clear of the streets, among villas first time, freely for the last flvo ,share) that be should keep his placed them by'a thoroughbred black
and market years While life Is in nie t will do I Spanish rooster and tbree hens, and.
gardens At last they wife and his daughter (whom he GAVE INSTANT
my best to repair the misery I have built them chicken yard, sowingit REUEP.
stopped at a
a pretty>> cottage with bay playfully termed the goose and the .
windows looking over a well-kept brought upon you: I will work lot gosling with the'golden'cggs) under to wheat.From Henry Stone ProTO, Utah whitest "1 hare used Batlard'sj '

lawn bordered by flower-beds. already you and little Willie as no woman his own eye. the main lateral running Snow UnJmont for Neuralgia Tooth-aoho and ore ,Throat, >i>
redolent of tho spring. Little Willie ever worked before:' '* past his house; he extended a small which upon npplloaUoik gnva me Instant; rollef. I Clan rooonv
"You dear faithful Creature' said "If you once leave your'wife. be west end of Ube mend It all being tho best Liniment! X hare ever used Inouiiag. ,
;was enchanted with their color and flume across the ", '
said "her people will get pain oauaod from Neuralgia 'eto.
naively own ,
perfume Sophy, tenderly. "At present our tract' In this flume be placed a series '
'
fortune Is in the ..cloud, through round her, and ;Jou'wlll find Jt difficult PRICS'2s.. SOc AND 1.00
'
Dear mamma I should like to" '... of.stopt'and plug Now: by /i-emov-
-1 live bore all tny fife''' aha whispered which, however,, let us hope that to reopen I'olatlons .lIh her; jng.ooe_of.the plug, a small rivuletof ..
,
some ,, and: a* her income wa* paid Into her .
of sunshine presentlyfind
softly."You., ray may water was rustle to dow between ;. ,'Fr
.' shall live here- as long as you It. way; But you have not yet own hands, this would be .obviouslyInconvenient a certain row of trees. When the Ballard Snow Liniment Co. '

like >ou dear.," said .Jean neUe. told me, what, you, promised: how, is thirsty roots had been refreshed he
it we are lodged in this pretty placeT'V.bo' There were certain circumstanceswhich SOO-SC2 North Second Street.,
t To Sophy, as to,.the child though replaced! the plug turned the stop
'for a different reason, tho' prospect'seemed has made these arrangement rendered It Injudicious for and '7\he.next row received a'-water. ST. LOUIS, '1rUS OURI.,
too' alluring to be realised. for our comfort How did we get Adair to be aeen traveling in a rail' In lie; A fiw moments with the' hoe

., "it looks' most.afreet and.aulet," she' herewith, "such ''ease'' and nafety? way carriage In the direction jtt the and the rivulet was made to wind In
Who but Henny could have done it?" seacaost; while for :Mr. Dawson sucha
c ,whispered. "But'shall we be safe, and out among plants and vegetables
Jeannette". "Mrs, Irton could 'have done It, step would have been' still;,,more' to any ,part of the tiny ranch. A' Sold'and Recommended, by

"Do you see.that,building yonder, Miss Bopby no ,doubt," returned hazardous. It had'.therefore' been turn of tho hand and the "rain" was
'f ./ :M118 Spjihy, with the Ivy round itT Jeannette gently;; "but It was so all settled that Mr*. Adair and tha child 'over. For Sale at ROBERSON'S DRUG STORE.

,1'., ">V?irr "I'a stone's throw and we Important, you Bee, that neither she should, journey to,, Grave encl .'alone ; : Hi loop learneddjust/ .what quantities ,
... her'' husband should know while 1 "har'nueband and;. his confedert j
shall be secure- uudertt'ahadow.: nor anything each tree and vegetable requiredthe I --------- ..
Even the churches,were less ecclesiastical about ,your whereabouts when ate*were to drop down the river at Illeglvlnc'molatur '.' with the result .
r' looking thau'artistic. "Is It ,Mr.) Adair makes his'' Inquiries of night and Join thom In the morning' that ,his crops have never famUhed KISSIMMEEEIVEE[ (

; the, e'turthInquired; Sophy not them a( he Is aure to do." A boat manned by a crew whom they for want'ot water-or. drowned, :
y without some doubt In her mind o f Sophy cast an Involuntary glance could trust: (I.I e., who were well paid from excess of: It. ,

Ij:,, tho security afforded by the proximity at her sleeping' child and shuddered, for the Job) was to await them ntmldnlgbj At the end of the tint year bis pen- ; :Et7T.
of the sacred edifice against tba. "I see..of course: the absolute necessity < by the stairs at the bottomof elon went Into the bank'. The sale ol
j machinations ot her husband. ,' of that" she said; "but things Miller street where Dawson- had fruits vegetables and chicken' had ,
"The church I Lor* bless 011)!, no not"happeD in this world accord- some place of business. The two
) not only paid) all living expenses'buthad IITEAIER LILUHJ, STEAMER 11O3EADA,
' lag tour necessities If Henny has men though- united by the bond ot
,' miss It's better nor that; 'it'e'thet left a surplus a. well.. This was Captain Clay Johnson, Sr. Captain Clay Johnson Zt-
station." not been our guardian angel la this common interest were far from be-
police returned the land for Improve-
4 have been Who to Regular "", ..kIT to Basalnger s'fo4\ return. Roseads'leavs Klsslss.
) A neat cheerful woman having the matter, who can It ing on good terms; their natures ments. The house 'was: painted new trlpi '
ts.'-: appearance of a housekeeper received Is good Mr. Johnson?" were antipathetic' Dawson was a chicken houses were built and the nee'' Tuesday morning, and arrives r.lsstmnee Friday evening.
;;- them and showed them over the cottage "There Is no guardian angel blp coarse and brutal ruffian whose society old fence was replaced by" a 'neat Special Charter Trips to Lake Okeeo obee and Tort Myer on th. LllUe

a. which was very prettily rurt. and no sort of goodness about her" could not but revolt a man of wire one., Comfortable accommodation for passengers. Rata reasonable.. .
returned the waiting-maid, vehemently education however morally degraded The most Witerwsy In Florida
picturesque
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nished; the .,lursery, ,arrangement People hearing of: the great success
were exceptionally:pleasant and'ap '.A\l that'you see here are the ; he enjoyed himself after his fashion came to for themselves If so much for FMienger ,and Freight Rate. apply to
propriate. When,'tired little Willie mere proceeds of her wage of In which Adair never did but hew see CLAY JOHN8ON. SR:. Proprietor. ;iOn
t. could be thus
on ono
,. bad,been put to bed and was lying iquity. But such as she is, she is l not a whit less/auspicious/ and augmenting grown the owners'- acre pr'ide'aoll .:., board-UUle." Klsalmma,111a: "
"
Jenny Perkins. cunning. It had been agreed that
asleep and was watched by the two "
\ Interest In.tbelr:venture. While the I -' ..
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fond womenJeannette' expressed a they,were to meet together\ a was husband experlmenleedwlth"eyeryvariety : >

,. hopo that. her mistress had found .. ClIAPTKR XXIII. terslde'tavern In the East of London of fruit, and vegetable, and eMM/ h* '' "'. -
that to make their final arrangements
afternoon
; 'i4", things to her liking. The Confederates. 'I found which were best glowers and
0 "I dare, not say what I think" aaldBophy. and thither .now Adair i sellers the wife experimented with :; :
' When he ''''found himself *
. ,
on *
bent his steps Evans
:. "f feel.as though'I was lookIng her' until they became as Oliver
abroad and cut ot, the reach'or Ira- ttselfwas,. characvterlttlc preserves ,
/The.rendeavo
upon something far too restful ; famous as her husband'n crops! Winter -
and beautiful.to'last;' eunaitn, mediate danger. ,Irton had 'said of enough of ono ot. the two and.summerf; and autumn
spring
the skies. To whom am I Indebted John Adair that "would hold up men; a rickety erectloa'wlth beetle they were raising something unit The Scientific Miller] -1
:' for this charming haven? in which his head and be himself againNor brows (like a villainous low fore-.I flour and beef were 'lrtulIllY.all they
; however it is out of the question did It< require the air of the continents bead ), its wooden walla bulging on bad' to buy Each ;-.nf there wen
Jeannette, taaiwe can'remain.1.*Tou ::to 'revive'htm. Miserable as the river and overhanging at low improvement, better crops and ma 8
more .
was bid s aspect as be slunk away the haunt otprofligate k. Rev. Gregory..
don't understand'that la leaving'Mr, tide mud and" slime i I I larger yield, and tact: year more Dy ,
:Adair I have deprived myself ot the from\ Bedford'Row. he se ::1 :Antaeus; to gather strength and confidence fastidious j.money went with. -
) means of livelihood who. though unscrupulous, was I .=;; Century. -\ w
.
had ... .
with footfall. He .
every
"I am not so sure of that. Hiss in his way surveyed the .
i- Sophy; at least those who know a.. been In a good many ugly holes It place which he had never entered l'il1' .r ...........IIEN the farmer has harve.ted'hili grain and got the goldenstore
great deal more about such matter 1 was true; and, what was worse Irton before; with a shudder\,of disgust. ICinnia lint Mho Isn't > ......... safely ,Into his garner the. next question" l I.i,'-How'

than me are not so sure. But.' bops' was aware,***!! seemed that, he had As he walked down ,the 'narrow, lane A train was ",altln .1Da, dim ,.ta- shall bis wheat be'prepared for food and for'shipment to :the 1

ever that may be, don't you fret yourself I been on the brink of one whlcb. 'as of "which 'I It formed the 'terminationhili lion" at the' end, of a dull, afternoon, ; i.WI i' distant parts where. It Is wanted" ,
,4 about the cost of things. Money compared with the rest was at the heart was full of bitterness. The | lights were not yet lighted,\; anet.I( I It' It la'',known to aU that the ancient' method of grinding ,
will be provided-at all events for b ttomlel.'. pit Itself. He had suffered old houses almost meeting over his was' decidedly dusky within the car. J ; grain was.that of the hollowed atone, or'the. mortar and

' some time to .come-by one whose a terrible penalty for having head as they leaned forward In age I An excited and near-slgh'ted. worn ........... pestle ,,
greatest pleasure .wfll.be: ",pel1d.1t been so near It, the thought of which and weakness, mado'a shadow( above al1 hurried, la, hurried down the aisle, .***T.**..* By such means did the'014 Hebrews E yptlan, sPGoenfclans ,,.

,upon. )'OU." had utterly Quenched his spirit; Jut, him which, though there was no other l\ peering ati, the passengers, a* she and Greeks grlnl-cr crack their grain. f f
,, SOVhY' face flushed to 'her forehead on reconsideration he ,now felt assured point of likeness heaven knows,, I I went.and at last..asUe, ..dropped Into I It aa a long time after the'building or.Solomon'.,T&mpl.'befote the,
' .. It. had, suddenly struck, her that, there was .no",Intention suddenly reminded him of the time a seat betide another woman exclaimed -> I..fionlanr improved upon the: very 'ancient system by. Inventing the runntac
that Mr. Mavors was her unknown on ,the lawyer's part to pursue the walk at Trinity Six years ago ,he 1; with a sigh of relief; I, stone and'atatlonarr"oo.ell one-tha "upper. and nether mill-stones,",which

benefactor .and then the shame of matter'to the bitter end. had trodden It, in cap and gown; a ,j I MOb It's1 .rout"! were- of course, at first operated by hand. '
This might,arise, as Irton had said, I "Certainly not!"; snapped a star- 'In the millstones'inveuttd. the
havlng.'entertalned such an ;;unjustifiable man of mark and promise, with a future : early part of the eighteenth century the
suspicion overwhelmed her. Itt from an unwillingness' to' disgrace before him and now, ho.had be: tied stranger; turning;. whereupon Roman: were made much more effectively by the process known aa".dr8alQ.c.-! ,

was probable Indeed, that .the. tutor those belonging" to him. or from the come the companion of thieves. With j the mistaken:Ctravelertihastily': apoloJgUedJ. or grooving, the'meeting faeea,ot the stones. ' ++ ;
a had forgotten all about her or If he difficulty of establishing the charge' ; not ono pang remorse.ho( fait an > Crude AS these means were; they wbre all that men used JIIJ njfitlnguntilwelt
( had thought of Inquiring had heard and If the latter the sooner he! left excessive repugnance to,the thing he 1 1 "I beg l your 'pardon-but it's so along toward the beginning of the nineteenth century. ' '
perhaps not altogether without complacency England and the longer be. kept had become;' a pent-up .raged }I dark'In, ;;:here, I; was,' quite'sure you It'was in 1790( that Oliver Evans of Delaware, wrought his great:: revolution

t1\at'the man she bad pre away the lest likely It was to be within him aealn.t'clrcumltance.., ""'ere-.f la the. milling industry., ,
+; ferred to him had turned-out not,altogether brought home to him Who the witness fate. whatever it was' that had I I I' Another woman-in; similar clrciimj : By ;vanl'. system from the, moment the'. grain waa' emptied from the)1

h, the best of huaband of his attempted crime couldbe. brought him to jjuch a pass.. It was I stances,became'even,more confused. a'gon.lo' (the final production 6f the flour at the close of the process all, manual fL'
"If I tell you' who It is, 'Miss Adair could make no gucsa. Perhaps not-.his! o-n\ fault-of. course? the Khe-was.waiting'for; jier'sistet: \ a. labof wa*' dispensed whhr The grain wa first put,Into a box hung on
s Sophy I shall be doing the very there had'been no witness; knave out'of luck" is seldom 'aware railway station"'whets'a 'gentleman; a. scale beam/where It was weighed;' It was then' run Into an elevator_whlcn lb

thing the.person in question-Mrs. though the suspicion against him that be had chosen the very, worst looking for his wife, 'and'misled by a raised !It to a-chamber over cleaning.machines: from .blch'place'lt, wa rundown J .
,t Jobpsoa.ias I have. called her-wishes must have been strong Indeed to profession" In tho.rword! ; he only general resemblance In figure and to a room-over the hoppers of the millstones. When ground It fell from, '
t a ,1 me not todo., have induced the Invention of such knows that ho is "cursed unfortunate. clothing stepped, up behind her. and the millstones Into a receptacle which carried It to the drying floor where an. ,R

"I am very much obliged to my testimony. But It was evidently resolved .". What most excited his wrath laying his"band on. her'shoulder,et- other contrivance kept It In steady motion until It'was"thoroughly': : dried.,when, '

unknown friend whoever she is. by his enemies (as he termed was the fact that his own Jlesh ,and ,claimed. / J !It was conveyed by machinery to the' bolter _
Jeannette. returned Sophy, resolute those whom he had .wronged and blood had deserted him though they "Thaak'gondneesEmmait'si' i ; !: you!'' :'The Evans system-between which. and the older one there was no comparison

? ly:: but I cannot consent to' be .under ruined) that ha should either, fly the had In fact onlf escaped him. Next ,The name he used happened to be -prevailed In the' Old and New World'for more than three- uatt.r. of i >
:obligations to a stranger or. Country'or make' acquaintance with to them.';he loathed the mat\ to whom, really herwbich'made .thee sudden! a century. _

? what is worse to some one who maybe the dock .of a criminal court; and It was necessary to disclose hat bumillatlug -' familiarity.even nlor startling... She Within,the past reneratlon there ha. of course, been a revolution in the

returning: .to me good for evil." there was no hesitation on 'his part ,circumstance. r ,3 ,+./ p' lumped nervously jf f j. milling business greater even .than,'the one made by Evens.at the close: of the
Her mind had reverted to Aunt which to choose* lie had alreadybeen lie found Dawson awaiting him In "You're mistaken, sir"she gasped eighteenth century, ,,-w' '"

+" 1" Maria. It la highly Improbable Of contemplating flight on other a low-windowed room'looklng" on the "I'm Emma but-she Isn't me". 'Pa- About thirty or )'-Ive'years agolt wax dl.conred.th t the .coarser

'f course, that that lady.lIbyuld'posseasr grounds: ;' aud-should he.be arrested river smoking a: pipe, and drinking cific Baptist, portion or kernel l. of wheat which lies next to the skin of the berry, and<< between
the'xnenn for any such act of gener- no matter on what charge his leisure hot brandy .and water. the skin and the heart ,J. the most valuable and nutritious part of hagraina >
'L oslty; but; at all 'events a "Sophy would be theslgnal for half's dozen "Punctual., aa usual. Master Jack" I I Itail Lots of lluslaes;.. 4t consists largely'off gluten; .while the Interior Is made up. chiefly of

was ,well convinced the will would other prosecutions. Ha had long was his familiar( address; "That's 'S. T. ocel"l. Of Wichita,was court starch. i" ,. ,. .
not be wanting to her; when we cannot been prescient: of this evil' day which well: sit down and hate a glass.:" I stenographer 'fo 'JucJae:: PI neoalt, of It was such-knowledge that led to the-modern revolution In milling. methods
: find what we search for elsewhere nothing but the success of the San "No; I have neither time nor taste Oklahoma, .fQr..veral ':rellrs.j Onetime and gave ue the "roller" process In lieu of the old faced stones,,

} we look for it in unlikely Sobrano scheme. which had come' to for drinking. Matters,, are getting,I ;a' case was being tried before The new process;consists removing_ the 'outer skin of the:wheat and ,
'' -' places. II' the ground with a crash that could too hot for us, Dawson. For my i Judge: P nco.." and they''were endeavoring Its adhering impurltiee'from' the "middlings.",-then separating the''middling. ,

r 1;>,.', /'Well. Miss Sophy, I will do .youe not be stifled, could have staved off; part I wish we were well oft. 'I to'fl.nd out'through" a witness from the central part and then regrindlng the middlings Into.flour. ,
'L ::1 1 bidding It you "will on your part, and had made his arrangements ac "It I* always safer--which mean '' ,''whether there had been any Under,the old system the coarser,part; known as middlings wa thrown, "

; -' listen ,with patience to something I cordingly.As. quicker-to wait for, night, when it liquor sold."What' aside and ground up' Into cattle food or Into what,,was considered an inferior't
t '.4". have got to say about'mself, and even a small Income can be comes to' running. Besides, the, men ,la ;your business" asked grade of flour,. by whicharrangement the cattle got the cream of the. wheat, ,
r when you have heard it try your made to go a good way If, we are and-could not be thaiawyer."My. he
I havetheir orders, buslness"repeatedthe while the man. la his Ignorance\ ,,wa eating the poorer part, thinking. that ,'
',, best to forgive me." i deaf to the claims of others and I got .together all in a moment. What. witness, laconically. "Oh, I have was getting the beit-From.the American. ' .
"I, have nothing, alas, to forgive spend every penny' of ,It up nou"'l, has happened to frighten'you?" lots ef business." "Answer the 'questlon"nsald ' - --' -'.., -
; any one. my poor Jeannette; through selves, so' even among the ruin of "I have reason to believe that ; :the lawyer '"What I* : : :

out my life things have been quite- failure there is money to be picked there'' are .people, looking for me. at your, bianlle.it a> '"Must I tell all my '
the 'other way." up' by the unscrupulous" ; and'Adalr. home." ' 5 > buslnessinsUte'd the'witness again, '
"You.' have done foolish as 'the' lawyer' had foreseen; had l'
some "Answer the Interposedthe
"Indeed! said the other la1lnli'down question J9Jr'IRINTING ,
things, no doubt, Miss Sophy. returned _- teathered.hls nest pretty completely his pipe and dropping his careless Judge. severely. ; : -
& : Jeannette naively; "and or; In other, words, had laid his hands' manner ''I hope you have got "Well." responded he, cheerfully. :

grievously have you suffered! fort upon everythinr'that-could be'real- folk well away." 't'm deputy sheriff and city marshal *"
1\\ '' your women
them Your marriage ;with Mr, ized and turned Info' portable prop for'' Oulner, Janitor of tha:Metbo ..t I. ; 'f'i
yr .Perry star;;; bf coursev\ the:Beginning 'erty.' Whenever, be .touched }that "They are not coming. 'said Adair, ,Church and bartender of the El!; Paso ,: fsUT' TO' NCWMPAPCR AOVCHTISINO.WORLb. "
: have fled the house, i .E.T'"DVIt"T'.INQ'IN ItWe
sullenly "theT TMK:
THE
;
ot It all-butatllt: 7our misfortunes breast,pocket C ,of hi. ,.he experienced .Ioon."a CitrTlmes..
c.
and I'.don't know where they have : :
'" might have ended there but,for, my a pleasurable glow whichawlth'.somepeople .
:
"i t*
.meddllng-.Dut:': for me you ";..mighthavo i* the substitute for,all 'gen-' gOl1 ." TM *., Additions,:to Chinese'Navy.. ., have: ,beefs very J fortunatesecuring : .e'ServiceLOf.onoofthebestandmostoxporieuced '' V
,, made'a clean breast oj-lt to the erous emotions-the 'consciousness _Come, come Mr. Adatr!" exclaimed The: Chinese. Government, intends- '' : f' t

i canon;;::;and at'.Ieast'.,'prevented :mat of the possessionot capital. For all companion: ''menacingly. : to purchase Immediately forty torpe 'printers IN THE:.8TATland'are now'ab1e', to J t
), ten from goingroni' bad to worse.:', that had come and,,god/ he cUll had "this will not do. Miles Dawson is
do boats and four Bllnboataoo'For the { in oil : ,
'''No; Jeannette, no," pntinher; a complacent'confidence. .in hlsfown not the:man to be made: a -catapaw. e ezeuuta' Job;F1dtng, of every' description ,
of the navy and the '
mUtr Bs, mournfully; 'I had'not the natural abilities.. Backed by the experience of." reorganltatlon new ,the leadinstyles.*. The class of work turnedout i

k t.h': ;:, courage of Hi anything seemed easier ot the ,last five,...years'- '"I tell you\ t'' knoW- ho baa more than liousnatonr purchase, of 'actively, ships'competed and guns,. and va- '" '' ;. by us is acknowledged to be the FINESTand ,
wife I
'" though-acquired-at great cost youdo where my gone.
+ z tp. me than to tell the truth. '. which '
e the states that the orders wIM
report PRICES tho LOWRST'of'nny printer0. *. !
"Ton were hesitating about I It. Miss bad nevertheless ,been paid for by wish '1 did know. It's-more my, -loss <' \
, '" Sophy at all events, and I threw,all other people's-money-he "felt-himself than.'yours I suppose."' '- 'probably be divided'' between.representatives >** 'r .
,
from Great Britain d r- ".
i i 'the ." .Iht.Ibad:, with'TOIL Into .the ,", ,,capable ot, great Commercial, n-' II To be. ConUnTfel'"., many: and Japan. 4'r r .r7it7. "

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(Ife KssMme ,VWtey I 6mtte.: JULY TERM Of- ; :
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PUBLISHED EVERY t FRIDAY. THE COUNTY, COURTA ..Sunny' .South StablesuiL. L

:.Office In Valley Gazette Building !

_ 'XIBSIMMEB(;OSCBOLA COUNTY.FLA. Ust. of tbe Cases Tbit Will H. INGRAM. Proprietor S SPRING-

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Up for a Hearing eaaNNN\NNNadaN.Na.a a aaaaa\M\N\.NN\N\N N\a\N\\NN

-W.,B. KAURIS"Editor gad Prop'r: at This Term. BROAD? AY I

_. j LIVERY SALE and BOARDING |I .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Count Court will convene: lu regular $
0.Burr._ mr.........-...... ......... .al 00 session on IStli and : i...oa. 1.3 : GOODS".Our
Monday July
OnoeofT.*oopr.Uirao. month SMmUia,*...........,.............................. ..... toOn (6 the following I : juror have been drawn ...-...........\.......\.._.................\............\.........__.\................... .NaN\Naaan\.. . .. .. . . . . $ t

All emtnranloatiana, *.>apt. from. our anther.Hod .. for the. term Well cquipped,with New Stock and Vehicles] Iud $ \. ;;

oomopondwit*.must bo.IcMd. by tho writer H. C, Stanford M. Kate, C. J K. prepared to meet all demands with. Perl'cx-t Satinfaction. f .. ,\":"
Mooted mau e will not bo roturnod unkMojlodfor. .'
Yowell W. F. Walker, A. J. Slii>'
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_ 7 .
I' ,
mono, David flans, (tokies4lnsI1.S. $
Entered at Uio.t'o.tamo.Iii"Klatlmmoo. Fta. .asjoond .
Todd JT. K. Slngeltary. Geo. W. Deal, .
moll line almost
laM mat*** complete
..- Morgan IJI'Uwn..O. H., Voodall. . HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY. .... f ,
A list of !the cases on the docket! HO I
Friday July 5, 1008. la ''''''' ywavtwKM
; far which will come up for adjudication IgycwHwwH +aHHVS ' with Ginghams; Calicoes,

.i ,1 Is ai follow;. ..

Quit your knock Ing-be a booster, Stale: of I'Uurtda.. va.Bvereti Hass- r awias. White Goods Etc.. J .'

.Get rid ol thaCangry acowlj, j Carrying I concealed weapon City .Barber Shop ", i ,.,

'I'd rather be a bantam rooster State Florida, n. LUx j Yo .nA'-: The the
early
"*' buyer
Than common barnyard fowl. Assault arid battery, gets

State: of Florida V*. H. -11.. Uass .
t. The bea( sod") surest. way to build a Assault and hotter,)'. '. NEW AND UP-TO-DATE best selection. :i: j

c town into pal.ronlre home Indaatrlea.What . State: of Florida v*. John Wilson-;: .

Carrying pistol! without, license. '
sin are we resi>onalble "
great '
>
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State of Florid ve. W1111am Wilson
for that we are threatened with an extra < '
elon of the LegUlature? -L' rr'IDW pistol without llcensa. I You rip for Honest VnTiies ' '
Hot and Cold Baths r
Slate of Florida VI. James \ )'

\\ !oohs a* though It wljl tak9M;j;;C? alia* James WarrAssault| 'a Cohen'l I .

.' big\ &ri to awaUtt our' cltlten to tIle Wry, f Fine Havana Cigars .

neoetiltjr of a Are company In Kiaalm State of Florida! va. I Ezekiel t { KATZ '
,, _
Tressiisss with Intent to injure Arrow
*"**. '- I _
lOll crop.
Wonder If.the Governor would have State of (<'Iorld.'I.. Gabe Robinson. !II I _

called an extra session of the Leglala Violation liquor law. '

Lure If be bad received the nomination State of Florida va. Dan Brown POOL: ROOM IN CONNECTION. V

for UnltM State Senator? IIeating way n on nn railroad. ____ __ train. ,
.n

cows are Ilololl to roam around Static? Florida v. Jim Whltien AA AAAAAAA.jBi.iWJW J ..*...*. -A. A. -
Killing ceer' JU1. of season prescribedby BUDDED TREES !
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street throughout the night, .
1My ry ryWhite
'If I find them In the pound law. JUST RECEIVED A FULL LINE OF .
State of Florida John Dousl '
vs.
will surety IM a fight.
Killing deer! out of season prescribed Islesworth Nurseries. r ;

Klsslmmee mutt and shall RCI forward by law.

I b the 'alogan gone forth and he State uf Florida v.. Steve Tyre- CHASE & CO., PPOPRJKIOBS J. W. HOAR, AGENT Rose
who ttanos In the way had best neck Killing deer] out of. season prescribed
other fields and a new ..udience-to'll.. by lay. We will have ready for next Fall und Winter planting a general S I Ii

'teo to bis tales of woe for there's no' Thomas W. 1 Kills v* George Bronson assortment of Orange and Grsiiefrult Tree of all leading vitrie-and -
budded healthy rough Lemon
pond
tie Our trees are on ( I
-room on this train of progress for Sr.-Action of deceit'; damage Sour Orange roots, guaranteed free from tnteclft )pests of any kind. I Goods.Canned
baroaole 250. All budded from bearing trees In our groves and therefore true! to .
name. Our facilities for growing, nursery stock are second to I
Ua It ever oocurred to Mayor Murphy Looking for Lost Son. none and our trees areas fine as mosey and twenty year's experience ,i ,
We making a specialty' this sfcason of the .
can produce. are ) .
that'It would display a spirit oprogress '! Mr. U. W. Evan, of Bowllngbroke, famous.California' Valencia Late which is destined to ecome the M
on his part If he would Invite Ga., arrived In town yesterday In greatest. mooeymakerInFlorids. Our Valencia bud 'come di Fruits. Jellies Jams, Marmalades Vegetables, -.,

., the eltlcens wooo'vene In maisnaeetlnf search of his con, H. n. Evans. The rect'from the peat"bearing men In tbe district now famous for producing 4 Fish' Etc. = '
twice a rooDtb for the of d I.. ;the best Valencia In California.
purpose young man left borne! about two year
cussing matter pertaining to. Itlsalm- ago and the father bad lost all trace Write for Prices to J. W. HOARD Gotha Fla., or call and see our Nur S. & = !

..m..'*'welfare. ; = of him'until he received .a letter from series at Waco on Florida Midland R. R. Lg. Floyd Co. ;, J

yr ( lira last Mondaydated at KlssimVnee, :
The merchantwho patronize foreign ___
"best e.. houses when the same article stating that he had a sore hand and r'u' aP tirriF'IF 1F'Y tF "*1f TiNEw 1
uoable work and, asking his
'' was to ,
can be procured at home jusl a. good
father to send him Rome money. Upon .. ,
have .
and obea1to'uld o complaint -
receipt of the letter Mr Evan immediate c. A. CARSON JOHN' )I. LEI! !N. .' CARBON:: -
to'make when business Is dull )f.estate to'KUslmroee, expecting: ............ ,t'Ics-Pr.sld..t. Ccoblor.:: "J
\
In IlL lln We refer to those whoperalit
in giving- out-of-town printing/ too find his 'son and take him back 'State"' Bank of Kissimmee. SPRING
tome, but *o far ha been unable to : :
office orders when the VALLEY GAZJETTB -
locate him. Mr. Evana I at los to .
a Kissimmee Fla. ; aL
: : ,U equii i ed to do any kind 61 ,
understand! why he failed to find his 5 ;1
printing at. very reasonable rates -- '
IOn here, and will remain in Klslm- .
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1 PAID fP CAPITAL.-:: s so 000 00
The local paper should be found Inv mee a fewday IDt.hehope that be may :
STOCRH0LDBRSLIAIILITY6000000/ "j
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eI'1 '''borne. No children should bebrought yet be able to locate. him. Any infor DEPOSITORS BBCVRITV.:: . ,.. 100 000 00 GOODS"
who be mat.loD.ooDcernlllathelounR man trill . ....
Ignorant taught .
up can ---- ------- ---- '
to appreciate heir boat papers. Illa be gratefully received by the father Prompt and Careful Attention gives lo a't matters .a- J

'said to be Ll i'stepping stone to all I trusted to .... Exchanges Rood st sill' point. sit cheapest ; :'
.
.W9H matters Dot to be found la book. Notice. rates, YOUR BUSINESS SOLD;ITEU. ,
'Cite foreign : ;/- : ..,. .'
y6ur children' a paper .
1' all whom It mar concern! NOW OPEN ":
which contains not one word. about That a Auitut ..... W0\will apply to tb. ,'Ii. ".. ',, :;: ; .' .i

any person( ,.place or thing their'saw or Boa.Minor.. JOHN, "..,.. of tlM Tth Judicial. .' 'i: \ \f.. .. '.\', ,I
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perhaps ever heard of and how do your Clnatt*,for authority tTMwvUI to*adopt..r wtomw Ednti.teonaVUIt the sourS*MJb .Istent ,. .- ----:. :;t roo.1.<:"i"" .....,} ... ..," . ;. ..' . .'!,mt""""' ,, i 1.1_ .. '_.'fo- c. ", ,)

:'eapeottliemtu be Interested?. ,Outlet dwwtiUr.f.O. W. WUka.rik . .' : 't
them read the home paper and bear of ROBERT L. ROBERTS. Favorite Fertilizers HI: C-"STANFqRD CO.:

people whom they meet and which
"
places wltfi which they are familiar and > Notice of .Final Discharge. .'

soon'an Interest f I. awakened which Increases Nude tm........, ova to all whom It nor and I FOR CITRUS AND ALL.OTHER CROPS.FERTILIZERJVIATERIALS. . idsBARGAINS

with the arrival' of every 'local ora that nix! months after date I will pi-Mint to]1 :. '
paper; Thu. the habit 0'- reading, Is the Count lain. of Ooobl County.at "laClll\oe. ---0-- AT CASH STORE i
formed sod those .ohlldren'wlll read In KlMfatima. City;nr aocounU and vouchm. ....
gather with Biwltwport and ask for a analdlwaargo
my
paper..Il. their lives and become Intelligentmen'and
as administrator of Ute mat of Annie
.women and credit I.Parker, .........late of said count," Calico 5c) pr-r yd. Pictures and Picture Frames, 2' '
to)their ancestors and store knowledge July tot.1808. GEO. F. PARKER.!: 4
om-Srn AdminItr.tor.Benedicta. SECTICIDES I 1 in Lawn, 40 In. wide, 1.1c lel' yd.to 35e.
of the world as it Is todav'-r-Sanford ....
Chronicle..., --- ,- -FOR ISALE BY- Lace, !\ In. wide, worth 20c, sells Spool Thread at 4c. _
13c.
Ladies' Union Suits at 91.09. *
.'l1 A Picnic. J. M. LEE. - KISSIMMEE Casjiinere 1'..nU. worth *...',0. Hell"
: k
at t.!.",> Good Door Lock with two e71. 20c.. ,.
On July lei, a merry crowd o'f fifteen
13' ,left the ,dock about ,nine o'clock. AGENT FOR Pin Strip| Tants.worth *I.-V), .sell at oNlce Suits Clothes worth $U,. at $10 ,; '
"A WOMAN'S MCDIONE"
,
First going' 'to Paradise Island oo I Fertilizer 11.00. One-anon Coffee Pots go at ISc. jL C
."Linds". Mr; Gaboon's naptha.After Sanders Conpany. Jacksonville Fla: Jeans Punic, worth $l.i.i.ell\ at ..,,_ '' ..
i New Dress Good from 1& '
1 '' to {,
; strolling over the Island and ...1 IT OII-Ir ".25. 1

taking a 'few wheelbarrow rides, started YOU BUrVXB tt>. Ills of __nhood. "...,'1$ t.
''off again for Fleming's Island, DO as so many women ao suffer f Bo yoa You will find Bargains in Shoes .:
want to st wen wltliovt the asoeMltrf .
After landing, everybody started out
the palatal) ........UOD.and mtMurrasslD Malsby Machinery Co. :
t, to find picnic grounds. Finding ooaioiutlon Bo yon want to take'a Every Day in the Week. .:1

them, a, most delightful' dinner was remedy tight Into 7*.r. boos aait'' ear ---- - -- -- r --

spread, and everybody enjoyed It.At oaneltr P 22'' OCEAN ST.. .. .. i . .. JACKSONVILLE" FLA. IJ. _
t about"one o'clock we si arted for "
home, rode around on the lake awhile, BCNEDICTA ,', Portable and Stationary Engines. : ROLLINS COLLEGE. .' 1 fw
getting: home about three o'clock. ,* a MWomsnvs. MMUclM." A prMerfpUosif SawMills\ Wood-working Mach In.6ry -
a sfercleiaa wao snad the study of r.- Shingle Mills)\ Lath Mills\ and FLORIDA'S OLDEST COLLEGE.
Those present. were, Mr. aDd. Mrs. anal SMa..* bin syeelaMjr. It was ....d.ucow.funy general .line of supulles. Completeline I ::
Gaboon Nfr. and Mrs. Doll IDS, of Orlando bf bar la Us .,...uce. It bas carried In stock for immediate College Academy and Schools of Music, Expression, Fine Art, Domestic -' :,(
Mrs. Roll., Mr. GUT G..rdner. been ..... soeesMtollT by. thousands l of shipment. Sold on easy terms.It and Industrial Arts and Business. '
woman daring to many rears ttmom. FrogresslTS -- --- Cm-aerie Ball and third men's dormitory DOW-going up; electric lights: team and Sumac.
Mr. George .Wetberbee )Jr. CarlJIlI1iard. heat ,
.Isrgofacult7perfecthealthcondltlonslines1muaalum..thletlo! field tenoi_. -
paratdsns bare also found Ita salable will pay you to consult us before lUll n and baaket.JJeIl teams obamploot of Kloilda . ;. .
N rlr
Mr. Ira Wetberbee, Jr., assistant,when .....a million doULra ; ., avsIlable >ou
U.eI4ea1n4. buying Postal will bring our sales- eBd3WIneIlli; e..n. "moderate| chol nihlp Cblst|,.i> :ia- '
I Aliases.:Nellie Wetherbee, Myrtle and an man. Write for Illustrated catalogue aomloatioual l( 3
'Irene Billlsrd, Eflls Lawson andplanate I operation.BCNEDICTA and prices. CHARACTER CULTURE CONDUCT 4

Lsncaster. 'S _-J LsAUS Anwar: b Calibrated Famohaf EI_JBoilora and Saw Mill.
:
Everybody said they had a delightful Is a ....tabs:Msudj. tt Ssi -- Next session begins October 7. For catalogue address the President
woou. bwtM Bad barks known to floats
trip and ,departed wishing I they pioperUes whlek bars a wo.d.rrol ourmtlr ---A-r-tttafk..u.a-.,A__- -.Alla.Aaa.u.clke. WM. F. BLACKMAN, Ph. D., Winter Park Fla.DO. '
could l bate one every days ana bale sffs t upon the funsue organ and ,
oNII WoWAS i PRESENT .erroos .,.__ Without aMatioalng tbs r I 08 .
SBaar '-101 fsssals taonbles that women J. W. Picture Mouldin g;
: 'WM.I. .......we ssy tbattbvr Is ao trouble tbls t ; TBDJDPSDJ 1I. r'y
v A.UolAs* I
kind that .....teto will. not IJaae4latel1..-, 1 1t' 1
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means that. nan and wife bare lived ton RIses,and Osally our*. : '4 f All Kinds of Frames I $2.15 THE GOOD OLD SUMMER
TIME \,.
good old and consequently have
kept healthy.age TIe best way to keep _.BCNEDICTA FUNERAL DIRECTOR ; made to Order, .1 g.-.w. U WHEN YOU.HUD. ...('"

t healthy 1* to see that sour liver doe Is prepared earotallr and sctoatlttoallr,and '"i LICENSED EMBALMER .1.1t Pw.a wwa.wu "
'its//duty SOS Oajs out of 305. The only. with tile eonsctooSMM of tbe rpoaslbUltr ..m..PORCH 1
'war to do this Is to keep Ballard'i ell stnag to.......... wom n js rems4r that t.I' Prompt attention Qlven'to i ii | CHAIRSI-I I'w.
the house and .take it whenever ,
Itarbtne In will not only PS Da field.but also harm!... -i
your liver nets. Inactive 60 cent to.ffcts. no matter.what 'may be tbe eondlUon I orders sent by mail or SVr"i .taw ww 3101 htdI fLiwu.... 1 1fats
.
per bottle. ,Sold by.Robersoa'siPhar* of the women taking It. ,Also Nice Line of ,LacSie, and telegraph vat racrosv TOYoaniin : ., N'.rooar..w.a.r
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r" i maev. . .. II Is sold at 119 per bottl., by'Rohrson's .. i ,_at. >.n_.....,. ...____.: _
Gents' Burial Robes; .. .
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T t Our 'sprloc book of ..samples for Residence West Side 'of, 9 ...-. --- .....---...-....-. ...-.-.-.. .-...
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taens( made to' measure, garments,. is wa ---
replete with all tbe new things,' come Pharmacy, lilt ,PHONE: 78. I f Court House: ..Square. Mli.JWami fLORIDA CHAIR FACTOHY ":" risStel
L
rood selection. irfaTjaVjtaijatjftJ ,
early,and fet a Y.ACrO..A.iita __
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; GROCR'SAW-A.( : CHANCE l cnglaetpr No Use, frosa statheriitj.Aa pvndcrsaaetwast. '
i ,r '
s FML' .. ,, 'pending a few; days. In GII'wtOlo'
'yr: p ', a' friend! and after a. busy ,tneraJust
1e"werk' fTMM.
V told his crstomrrs limes were hard '(t b sad I Jets a ponndTra 1
1'@ b ,e.o. p.Y f .nonh !. pays for,rofTee. Ihey rclUnrd his 'advice. I largo rettaUrant .for luncheon. Inls-

LllXlr9f' .' -4 sad get a tasteless, lt.I..brf.dlttc' | ; article requiring a tag It, would b.> a novel xperteo,
cennn AND doable quantity to wake toy showing for klrrnglli. Before j for the man from'th*. north

he reallscil.Unlsrnatomrn, were colnp elsewhere. la bay The visitor appeared to enjoy .

CWnsestiiovSyitem Effect- ,delideus. ouble-tlrenrtli.. lait Iwlre-at-loa r Ll'ZIANNU' i ,luncheon kept, looIlID"111; > the 'sits

ua\y.Dispcl..llds\ HeadneVies OirEK.. nbote Brlrc -Xirti-ls really: only.lialfat expearsire r Ion of the dtor,,, q
!
; as the leis Llud.LlIZIAIINE "
I "What arc-you watcolngr; asked his
duo to Constipation; COFFEE: ,' friend,, rather 'aiiftoycl. f

Acts naturally!! *- ""II!' IIIII!"""" ,. -:. :=:--;-.. -;:- OLD StTStatTWSIRMSC. ThlycwoabzssiC: : I ;Well\ wso, the' quiet' reply, ,"Amkcepta

'a Laxative: Dt.I' Mot tock and'drlve the stock to market. aa rye on ma 4opooa'r
don't bother about. that.Mid
orM n\ m c \ plot In field or There: Is, no: better for way to maintain. The Englishman's ardent' almlratloa : -: 1311)11 t her! Baltimore{ American; A Ihe"Oh other "You dont tee. me watckv
Dust oil fertility It secures the envied -
ounp and directly remune- gain while aecompllshlns the for tie J*>p Is not appreciated 1 sound arJ.n.t la a sound body I* sop. Ing mine."

way, but Its desired result Crop rotation, If by the C&nuk.:: notes the SacramentoVnioo. the coliege.Idtil.; and. there never will' .:o." observed'the guileless .engP 1 '

1o et its-nen , when we I ractlsed systematically and intelllctxllr The rnlrtres: of the seat j ha a return to lie, days cadaverous. Deer, "lh. >* bat! no call (o. It's tern.minutes b
,
Always uuv the gives and the I guarantees the same result' made a mistake when aha took the I cbolanlMuii.. when the stu.dnll(1' : ;* sin thine weal.'V-PhlladetXpMa
Those 1 terns I "
are ,, Mikado Into her political ,family. through the dull round ot study wtth- 1 Ixdgcr. .
has"The full name o f Vet-ween" the but It !. pot believed to be as productive .
l nature! at
There'.re farmer whose I IFI'N out appeal to his phylci
pany In their I and I not for .to..ad.hrg: ,SLVitui IanoetNervomDisewaper'1 the age when: the dt-mandi of Iba
adapted ;
farming maneotlycurvd by Dr. Kline's treat Nerve FACTS
andsucccrs
health
these will of necessity follow other Restorer eel trial bottle and trwitlM. free i, latter are C'O.eI7: linked to
,I means to"maIntain .the. fertility ot Dr. It B. Kiln. Ld..ttll: AIvhSt.cPhila., Pa 'I In the ,battlo of. life! ,

heir soil than by feeding all\ farm .. .
Tested. I
.
": 'QG SYR It is the j ,.. Altea'e.e4Eaae
i i W"y' a mean woman ln-o' Aat'Yeet q..ler :
.., ; Department at products to stock.In! whatever nil'adelphla Inquirer i"X powders' recta the f e..\., l''urw tbrf..
b'y it i U m onuluctureJ who says"tint: I
i :; It can bo most economically accom- tlunion.ttwollantbreUotCalloua, Aching FOR SICK'WOMEN
font of tested
every eggs : which
the 1lcrry Widow' hats the
: pushed I. the best way for the IndlIdual -' are < bwMtlog Wet and Ingr..w.ng Naila.Allen'j
SOLDBTALLLEADINq I 'four sears' farmer, but .the necessity ef rags in?: now ere mal'er: than thelianamas '! Foot-Uae m*k_nr w or 1 1.h_show!Slay.A tall
one ails only! regular: sillcata). men D.ugrliits nod Show aUirot,!U oente. Ao-
obtaining it In some way Is dally be. sported a few }'earego lie.ule.Utute. Utni>le mailed, V&s

Ohio PI an.uBIleu. I outing more eyl ent-BpUomlst.. :' But the men, ajji'ctcd: they ,: rept Address Allen B. Olmala l.rttuy.If N. Y.
An coagulated
'
were ridiculous and Loco gave them,
Mrs. Frank .Fox,, ot a alight taste* Sore :Neck and Shoulders. which Is more than the women we have fewer1 tnlnls/tlr: the
been, a pastry ;cook had become will do I'I'uti. tendency' will b. .to make more of

',' years. and bnkcJ'on! an hq utd. Egge A little care tlsbt'DOW: In properly those( "'
.1: plea Ii'day, for six mouths handling: the horses when they are llkks Capodlne dim Headache;. to Improve the, nualliy of tau work a

A calculation shows like well kept oft will gave"o whole lot of trouble Whether from "'old. Heat, Stomach. or I I.don?!. The licompcli m 1.I..r' who, by 4
i tier awhile and It will save the Mental SIra n. No Ai-rtaniliiTbr
r. dangerous
; ..
be 14,600 plea In a ) ( Is silly and pretentious bilr.a the I
i _\U beasts a great deal of needles drug It's Uqu d. Effects; immediately<< :
", plot to tho Ihli'tY-4 poor 10o., 2!c., and Me., at drug stores whole profe sjon'! Into llrepu'e! : asserts 'I
pit )1".. Fox bakes : )' For Sl (,rf. uffeilng., The, spring seeding aea- J 1 the Christian nefilstcrTh.
Bon Is the.hardest time On tile bor.ea'shouldtrll Expert are now able to JU'v:JZU1ah I. r
,i'; In diameter! and It laid nd sensibly cou- coner he U weeded: out the better
and neck' because the flesh the writing of any pucllcuter. typewriting :I
would make,a line of l : yearling cat- I I I
>C' milts long. The pies,. ) t station It was I a soft and easily bruised, and the machine, JiU'l a* they recognise : ties Wlnslows8oothlng SyrnpforChndres I
dust seems to irritate how more than t of
Hold at five cent ( clover for the penmanship an J.ninvfdI.1
@ the"year., .allays patncurwind coll"..8Sc. bottlo. ,
which makes total! of the ration any other time during Bycarefully Surely th'at'e discouraging. --... I

a roallzftt for the pls. : That is, a hardening the team to their Ihe New York .Herald, ,to. the. writers : Why.houid the maple tree produce
: I "work their shoulders will soon be v tea soedi .hen one I
ti (' fed-In of anonymous tellers. thousand a yeari,
." corrupNldenre: I comblna.1, come firm and pads villlliot'! be neeea, .. " 'seed In 'ten years would .more than ILYD I//
*-i1-'D ECZEMA!: 16 of rounds wry. In fact collar pad* are a nulance. Sv. WILL CORK TOOIt CORNS perpetuate IU kind all*.* The' Dial. 4

r' Mm. Thomiui Thompson similar They are hot.and soon become : If you Invest It In a bottle of ABBOTT'S sue I Of the naturalist' explacalloa
.... Oa., wrlt"*. under date of on gummed up with dirt,and sweat ,.DIA,. co..ral.1'. It remove.hard or sorteorns course <
amount of corn Is obvious enough( but the troth re
suffered a6 yea- with ; ;
sore callous the
bunions or spots on
Y. b.dlhabest doctors to {.. '. What was and will cause Irritation easily. Use madns that nature is the type
) very
I loather"col feet warts or Indurations of the ."1..... No
If', It Ing OQHMI did me any good I until clover apples al. a close-fitting well-made pain, ao cutting "eating"\ of the flab. CAd example of exaggeration, of a 8. NK
mo. am I Ir' tar, ona that fits the horse's shoulder -
Thousands other can cowpea har.. no after soreness; quick safe, sure At; lavish exuberance: thai is the very '27o ether medicine baa been so
Break 11a collar
new a
.runs. TITTHIIIE U .on druggist otr by mall frpm. Tar ABBOTT. Cow, opposite of restraint and reserve., Ina successful in the Buffering
Mint mall for IIOC!. by horse as you would break In a new Oa.Relate -
by' Cavannab receive
,, of
sort ot ,frolic .(, rabuDdao e
/ of so many genuine
or
On, women
DI A, Bavanuab. pair of shoes and then after thattartlcular
Small Cow'*. collar has become set to the San FraneJscx Chronicle 'vital'energy; not even the superlatives testimonial, aa has Lydia B.

U.*. of a Uond relatively of the up-kMlaXe Journalist can. Tit IMnkhhisffetbl Corupoirnd.
the "animal's shoulder it
never use
At banquet in New York Hudson
The church! of All more dairy : a with her In community will find
you
"
other horse. The < every
.. 'k" on any changing and
Maxim
:the explosive expert
ones. The Jer- who have been restored to
-t' Wall present a women
about collars and harness Is not a KCZCMA cV-SED.
Alexander Graham Bell expert flying
b : every morntcsr.: The pounds live' good thing. Fit bridle collar and of J. B. Maxwell Atlanta, Ga.. aayst "I, health by Lydia K. llnkha-m's! Vegetable i4
machine, the poMlbtllty
predicted
pt ej early for the during the tugs to suit each horse, and you suffered agony with a oner.case of _. Compound.. Almost( ; everyone '
on an an aerial navy IQ-4he next war. Predict dlffervnt remedies and was either been bene-
:" glrh and women who will find that the team'will work ma. Triad six you meet bas ;
; ttc' Is an eo'ierla\zJlni.\ more In despair, when a aelghbortold< ma to tryfhuptrlne
city by the "work meta'. per cent more much more willingly and without fired by it; or JIM friends who have.
: After nalna M
los termless form of diversion, TSTTKBIBB. [
Holatelns or
frequently' are run at twen any worry. Even the best fitting col- worth of lour TSTTIBIBB and soap I am In the' rinkham. lAboratol'1'a'Lynn.1Iau.anywomaDaD1daYm&T
the Swiss and and sometimes the predictions come completely ell"", I cannot say too rauohID
to compel I the & lars need dally attention. Keep the
t more then the true, .to tbe meantime' there is nAneceetdlyr Its.pra''..." .lETTaamB a* druggists or nee' the files containing over one million
long 1i"alt".rter collar clean. Scraping the collar: by mall soo." Soap 94o. J. t, MavrTama,
; returned forty, : to. regard the battle'ships hundred thousand letters
fo" their places of with a penknife I. not a good thing, Dept. A, Savannah Qa .. one
butter fat than obsolete ; health and
types seeking
a* from women ,
A short "nIce| Is Because It destroys the smooth surface %
"' cent more The Oldest e-Cengrassivian. tho letters in which ther
) per hero are
i:' she is I and ia apt to leave ridge One
congregation ,
100 per cent. SUFFERED TWENTY-FIVE YEARS "The oldest living ox-member of openly! state over their own signatures
We cultivators
encouraged other thing. use riding
even to 'thorn*.-Ameri- the Congress ot Ihe United State that were cured! by lydistK. :
,.... with needlework\ or \ : and othef machine. or 'implement With ICt'zema-IIf'Umb Period aadn.Thttatt" Is the lion, James C UcOrewj ot'' 1'lnkham'sthey Vegetable Oornpound "

women and girls ato *, with tongues. These are all jFoot.Was Amputation Klngswood; In my, .State," .*1d' Repreientatlve -' Lydia E. llnkham's Vegetable
hard' the neck of the team unlessthe
.
reading matter though on Nefl'-UeIJtoY(08 Her Sturges. of the Second: Compound has saved many women .
tt'shall he collar fits so anug tbat It cannot Life Saved Cut icors. .
that not ; by .
.
West Virginia .District, at' the Ren- from surgical operations.Lydia
Itf.range.-London one of the best slip up and down with every movement <"1 bare been :treated, by doctor .lortwenlyhve E. rmkham'a Tegetabl;
X top di'ess- of the tongue. Then be sure jean, lor a bad case of eotrran pert 1
is made from roots and
To Drive Out Malaria sit loads) 'to the to set the harness so that the draftcomes on my leg, They did their be.t, but ")lr. AtcGrew: Is. now alaerelahtr.an Compound '
he failed : of age. He. Is In' full possession herbs, without drugs and is whole_
( results. A thin direct against the -shoulder to cure it. Aly doctor bad advised ,

Take the Old Standard area will brine and not 'too low or .too..'high.. :-Epko.- me to bave my leg cat off. At tliia tints of his mental fsoultie and would some and harmlefcg. '}
'" Lisa CHILI Toirio. Yon. a heavy coat mist. my Jeg was" peeled from the knee. my foot\ be In' good physical condition -but, The reason why Lydia,,E.,PinJc.: ;

:..'..J are taking The '- The fact tbat the wa l like a piece of. raw flesh, and I bad to for' Injuries sustained\ an accident. ham's! Vegetable Compound Is ao-
on ovary bottle, showing I : walk on crutches. 1 bought a eel" of Cuti-! successful ,in because it contain in'
nine and Iron la a t.aat moat effectual form, ."' and much thrown of the ,f,
:::' more the swelling went down and in I was out a' carriage; '
: : womonths '
of the .Bulletin the feminine rcstorinjc tl
and children. eonAn Jersey. organism, ,
hand la
done by m'l.. was cured and the new skin I1or..lof which' had bolted and.both "
gives (the following as: the ration to a healthy normal condition. I't'
I Ohio' Pie for Its use. No came on The doctor wa. aurpri.edand, legs were broken. The surgical work,. ..
Mrs. Fr.nltol..of: : gives us mote he Is feeding; his cows" with. excellent said that he. would use,Cuticura for his. U Is claimed'was faultand Mr: >>'0- those Women who aresuffering.from'
.I' results he distressing ills pecnlla.t.he1r
like to give says: been
since forced to wall(
bf\f'n. pastry cook r t meadow I We are, milking twenty-five Jerseysand and but for the Cutjrura llcnv AeX. should not lone aUltt of tbeee
) a'
light with
: rt'.ra' and baked on\ an MV.llleGn.. have a cane. Otherwise for'a man facts doubt'the .
: We weighing the milk ot each cow Joel 10)11I. tint. J., U.ltenand or
plPI a day: j' the spring. and testing for fat every month. They 277.Alenlaoa Sty Montreal Oue... so closely verging; upon a century be :, K..rinkham'a Vegetable; bmpound

.' ?-! 'A calculation shows Is not ou hauled the farm'out are doing finely this wtaterIn: fact Feb. 20, 1907.! Is in good' ,,shape-'Baltimore Amerlj j I to restore their health. .

;u" be 14,600 pies in a )' ) Used this fall to never did better-are giving an average The Methodists have (earn) i name

plea .Mrs. Fox bakes ..f.t.Ve have been feeding a grain chare. call.Drop.syfMi
.>the JIaverMU '''Oa et"'e."' They
In diameter and If' ration composed ot the following:' call 'it':'"consecutive 'polygamy": ..nd.ID ::' ;
1 make line of 200 dried distillers'
would a .''.sl irted., pounds grains. flow ot the contlh'ioui performance. .J ketarac.
miles' long. The pies writes: '"I have 250 pounds corn meal. that Un't tall\ baJ- 1te.ow..b aliens__1U.w la I ears tea j
day I a permanent
pounds cottonseed '
sold at Are cents in getting 100 meal. I.1.tosoday.Trl.ltratment.Teen I;:
makes total 1 60 pounds tin meal. J.hn B. Dlokey's old reliable eye'water f ( rH.Not lilnircan be fairer .<
Clch I ana'anxloua to K H.&Nn'.5ee.,
Write Dr.
rlq
COD. a sore gJ'allalate\1.lIda.\ Don'tburtfeelsgood '
', for the .tarteod'and would Mix, and feed a., 900-pound cow.sl'lng eyes or the red f.ai. Saaclallals. Bos s .U.,,'".Of
get gwiulnelji box.
; OTF .
cJbrrecpcndcnce suggestion' bow from' eighteen to twentypounds t' itSaud
ot milk\: per day about six: Take the Place of Calomel ; 1
REMOTES CORNS A Boston .pastor says: that the only
the pound of the mixture together with 'QeatIp.tles ***01. 1'01' _'!MMU* _..din5throuh
ABBOTT'S KAITIXDIAN I* thing way amen could .Juollfy the*bolr. Uafl kw "'M. l H.mr (IK> >'h.
cho twenty pounds of i'ouabage. composed : Hnwth. BWr:d KrOT' Ix .of Kiraray f ::A Ap-
corns, root and all, do not nuial tobacco would be to con-sent to let 1iAr lilvtb*tnrfMt.'Ivntof IMI nMlotlnn lmm.:fm
': tog and leaves no the land this ,of mixed hay, oat hay and his '. rllU|KMlnlr. mm ctoastlpatlcm. tmrnf mwmkm* .1
wife share Km with htm. But
clover. 'Increase use 'loMl.h I ItYM to bMMr (Hitlna. "
corns between the toes, give this land a corn or diminish Ies.i4| irvttothM tbe. kii* ff rim4ma--.P'-.
his better half\
rhlloa.pots.; Itonreaall the grain ration according to the suppose should Insist Lit.mat .Id. .... Tk.r do not tUllTM'.D.po.Nt.rwh.toest I

t noattent. Get It at your and) harrow manure It amount of milk the cow Is'giving and on', selecting: the brand' asks the ... ..roo.lnM'tnNaJ. drink or do. FrtoeU cenU lrioor "j,

_fc. to fas ABBOTT Co., ; her individual requirements. Springfield Union. HI. YOUNG. JR... WAYCHOSS. GA.LDREN j r
the middle ot : d..Iara asses ed ... hew .....
f Those expecting to "," It. Then By taking advantage of tho market "n_ .,..........T_." dares wttk...
h with the boll weevil of first-class: al. in tha fall, we were able to put Dr. Biggers Huckleberry Cordial sun ... w_will, .all lllx..nc4 keh JJf
this grain ration together for about f.rB. .. taj Khonld do a little or three pecks BO EL 'il.e.vfell.. 5.reuse;lit ofc , I kl..talq mmmr sees r
h f.a. b.W..dlntaeo .
1I.yM Ilex, Pared Dmirj ale Ihla la.4a
91.40 hundredweight which Is
ready for It. by raising If you are near very low'per for a' ration ,containingover TROUBLES_ Is.bna.ea....... 141rile fi'l I"dltu'b"ua.wawni; blllyhai_I.. >*!... !' mr'.IS '_11_ ,sleek rmmtt fee
weevll-cat I* growing scat. DI 'In. >"o 1 10 ud ..1HIo_..," p.eel '
are good : <:)\ ,. .lan.ar ..erILI... VBKE. AMreaa .
twetyeeven'per'cent' digestible CEI r. aI'.d e. h. ..... .w.rrr. Mr .....D. bl ..,e
t soil over, your orhl.b.rr/O.M _. irwl.n l.y pAC3VJC OOADT.V.AJL tXKH"w V ettu. s
Young; chick*-can, your barley off protein together with the standard TEETHING MALTI1TANOaRTATLo1t Dii"Y1 fj o.,.U ... a. '- 4

+ able cold If they do It front the field requirements ot carbohydrates and CURES STOHACH-ACHE IN TEN'MINUTESTROUBLES -(72) .

aa. -fand If. they" can run Don't give It up fat. I have been feeding; this ration

ti '. 'or to a brooder to ", Indiana Farmer. for nearly a year and a halt and I

they run cut and air' have never' fed anything that seemed a
to give bettef results, both "at the =LIVER

Hick Oapudlne Ground. pall and In the general health) and .NUBIAN .
.* :
Monthly Pain. (' inputting In all TOILET ANTISEPTIC
and Headache. It's : condition of the animal. '
: .
'
duotrl)'. Prescribed hv nh n the ground be- Cottonseed meal 1 111 a valuable feed MilD BUT EffECTIVE' ITS;"ACTION .Keeps the breath,taeta. __tll.8d..r
seed. A well for milk and clcaa .eeI ,tree trot
satlaeptloaliy
butter production.' At HOIMU AOnON vatbaalthr -
TRY STtMUUTEl THIUVU TO
and pulver- the South Carolina station it was ,A> BOTTLB ; Brrrai-lif and dla the right condi found tim cottonseed meal when fed '. lea ve>ua'at i.. r.a IT which water,*oap sod tooth preparation*, r

seed. Good seed In conjunction with goodcornsilsgemay aloaa cannot do. A
dials.fecda4 .
tie .more conge be"fed to the extent: of from five germicidal aajd, d.odoriisgtoiletrequt.its
-
( 'we give to sIr'lIDd. per cow' dally without

it' start A suc affecting the health of the animalsIn ol axocptional'', ., '-< 't ,

says:: *'l would fact. keeping them In an unusually ccllcaxe sad ceoai-, / tt

I day's' work put ( geed; state of health. Cows olDy..I..llIabl,
the seed I.I lor folateed'
ted exclusively on this diet 'for a ensi r
\ after the seed. period of five, month exhibited no i throat ami..M1..d ,
,'utarinvVaiarrb.
the-ground of FOR. MEN'n r
g
craving for dry roughage but '
.tore always' drui .and toll' .t-:
\ : : possible_ ; follow preferred silage to good hay. More A afeoe that to too big mar not pinch, but it U a bad fit Just tbe-sam'., stores 50 ecvH*. of "

/ ; and keep milk and butter fat were produced 11 1 what you want is a shoe that matches the shape ef your foot at the by.nail postpaid... '

>; bround hand. during that period than during any place where)3"Ourlgbt rests,-not too large or"too small,but exactly Trial '
; warm up quicker rl ht. 8KREEMKRS are shoe like that, and 1 Urge Swplj _
; corresponding period. It Is the con-
land, and conse-,. cluslpn of,tha station that cottonseedmeal the style is,there too. Look for the label. r: 'WITH, "M&a':,M ace st autvi.ee.. ev Ie4.:

\ not be so apt land corn silage form tbe cheap- FRED.,P.. FIELD. CO., Iko' ktoa. Mass.: aeteattwwiat THE PAXTON TOILET CO., BotMHu,
:: ,
-Indiana Far.
I !.: eat men'dairy. ef South feeds ,available Carolina.ThoVirginlc .for; the dairy e.w 1 (A12708.) >'

.
M station concludes thatas :

II t cottonseed: meal when.pure con- '

'' "lICape..froro talus a larger percentage of digestibleprotein ,Malaria. Makes Pale Sickly! :Children

'soil fertility I tbau, gluten !meal and Is much ,
civilised Jarmtr .It '' The Old StaDdar4"'O ROW'S TASTELESS CHIlXTONIC Malaria andtmildi the
loo"' .Therefore, richer fertl1hluleODBlf\I&.t: \ : drive* out up
l.-ncl' commodldus.:.e'dlll;' 'element' which' clttliq) fed; *.|'th egnal'laaUsftctkint'! ( ; system.: You know what you are-taking. "Thc fornmL is plainly printed on every bottle, 'JJ1O'trin' it' ,

great; farm he .... Tt_> re .Is'a .a)'. for the production of bdller and milk is simply: :Qttinlae'and.1On in a taa leas.'and the most effectual form For adwTts andcW ..

first,year af-lerhe 'bt'' ; ) .-yOar'gra',to* It, should be, ntlllnd..>,a .tbe,plaeo ef _
to i a'ehureD: = and a h : ; H
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We do not. mean\o rest content with. '

our present privilege, but In this. ape Nights of Unrest tijnuzonREAL : .
.
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of progress must strive fur better' '
things.. l NAILS I

e pondence The/ City Cowncll have wisely Prohibited '" ,

the running at large, of horses, .,
mules,. uses (not all), beep, goats Mo Sleep, No Heat. I'CG' Peace for the .

... T T and hogs. The dog annoy us 'with Sufferer frona xt..y Trouble .
their barkingand; we .want them kept ESTATE .a
off the streets also. No peace for the kidney sufferer"r
;t Traveling Men favor Prohibition.BDITCWVAUJKY Wer were here first and people who Pain and distress" from morn to night! .
do not like leave. Uut while with lame
us can ,Get up a back
:: GAZETTE.
we 'were talking of'this Granny LongHorns Twinges of backache boter'you all

On one occasion" when arrived vU.ltloic a said that was a mistake, as the d.t ; FLORIDA 8 to 60 8 Lbs for Cents J
town hotel In about South V Florida While I rcRlsterlnir at my Indiansbear* and wolves were first. Dull aching breaks your rest at night. '' KISSIMMEE., .t Penny, ,25, ;
p. m. ------ -- -----
and the rattlersand
Little Butt Head added Urinary disorders add to your mis ,.
commercial :
traveler I noticed sitting a group la'of front six of a glowing the o"beI'II8O, sk-jnk: le.'cblldren.1 hate Impertinencefrom Lettbat er Jet at the e.uae-iure'tbe' kidneys.Uosn's i W. W. CARSON. D. D, S.I I 3 to 6 Penny 7 Lbs for '25' Cents :'

fireplace all *<1 In dlncustinjrthe ,
eLlR ir
III
and that .
go we are in possession Kidney ,Plll will work the PARLORS
subject of prohibition. A* this DENTAL ti ". f
nine points out of ten.Ve want cure '
matter Interested me, I quietly took a strange cattle from the range kept out They'r for the kidney only- t I'
the of the and ..
cat In room Severalmonths
rear gave AT flAV.TONE''HOTEL
they have no manners. Have madevreat cures ioKlsslramee. .
\ attention! to-all that. said'
diligent Will ago a gentleman cow .from off Mrs. It. L. Seaver, 'living In the .
The men were all of the average tpe- the range wanted to pay me some attention southern. part of. Klsslmmee, Fla., 8 TO 12 PMO.a Other 1
OFFIO Cut Goods' Price Before, We
and ,
well dressed In HOURS
positive
on Buying.
witty .
'
I liked him well cnouirh but one says: "My back ached: constantly, ,1 TO 15 n. I
their opinion. all
They represented night we were .111)'lnlllo the darkest and as a result I'was'' miserable. Icy .
.:: Desire Stock *
the branches of mercantile business to' Reduce' for Cash.
and softest places r on the sidewalk ery time I awvped,or attempted to lift M. W1LLSON JR. ? ;,
4 Greatly to ror surprise, every one was J ; : -c' ,
%when a lady aud her little girl came anything my suffering 'was doubled. l .
la favor ol prohibition. Now.the av along on their way home from prayer I could not rest'' atnight, and In the u ,. :... T 1
crags commercial man, while fairly meeting. What did this. 'Jand lubber morning felt' weary and languid ..II S NOTARY; PUBLIC... l ll 11..._
.
moral. Is not generally orthodox or do but get up and slept\ ) off Into the i learned of the effectiveness Doan's' -l! STATE-AT L.AHOE.. S- rr
deeply pious lie will\ not be offended let them tiara, I was never :
gutter to Kidney PIUIII.ucb, case and promptly Real Estate Agent.
at seeing&: wiDe on the table, and even HO mortified in all my life. 1 gave procured a box from the Klsslmmee W. B.lvlakinsonCo.w

,. 'Dot treat one discourteously who may him a piece of my mind right) there. Drug Co. They gave' me relief In a K1SSIMMEE. FLORIDA.
ask him to participate-at the bar. yet The next day he went home and never short time. entirely banishing the .
here we" find a number of energeticworkers .
.
came back.- baclrAChe and regulating the action of ,
In the rreateml. moral reformof The City Cownell had an inspiration the kidney secretions." P A. VANS AGNEW
the past or present age. With them when It held that the wishes of the F'orsale by all dealer Price ft I .

', ,' tar however-of business; I found rather It was entirely than morals.HID at- one registered considered voters In should this. matter.be the onlv One New cents.York Foster sole-Mllburn agent. Co.for,the Buffalo United -''I I ATTOHMBY AT LAW........ I 1-: THE SBRYSTOHE GDHDGE HUD J JII11OWNE SlOPs; )

Each and everv one" said he "was selling night afterwards I'was lying In front States I TND NoAAItY PUBLIC, ,,
bright .
One
more iroAds.! young home p 1
when he
of a man's gate came Remember the name-Doan's and ,
'man said be had just come from a from workr lie tried to drive me take no other. K1SS1MMEE, FLA ANTHONY A. LOLL Proprietor.. p '\I
six months ,
town that had gone dry .
away but I saw that lie was not a .
prior, and had'Iold twice as much as and refused to budge.
registered voter .
ever before. The handsome man cor- He cl lined beer the fence and the nextmorning Notice of Attachment. : DR. g.: Fr tAKERS, AOKNTFairbanksMorse pro.. "kJ
roborated. statement, and IiTaddition
In bed till) his wife
merchant. to stayed STATE OF FLORIDA OSCEOLA COUNTY
.ald..caUID"on a solicit DENTIST
Gas Engines
his
mended
,<.an order, he was' compelled to pants.Home and Ihlnk they .IN COUNTY ,JUDOE'S; COURT .y

wait. until the .merchant was through own property men Just women because they paid To cern If.L.Orarstreet and .to all whom It may con. Olllre over Orlando' Uunk and Trust and Irrigating Outfits. ;
selling table furnishings to a customer. for 1,
for It, and because they pay taxes Co. Phone 73.
When the buyer left, the merchanttold You ere h.reby notified that a Writ of Attachment -
him that the man leaving formerly the government of the city they ought .has been bailed...It..t J'OU..nd your Drop- Crown Urlde'and Poroelean work t..
have as to how It. ought .
to some
spent all his money at the saloons, say arty attached to aatMy. the. demand of W. L. Specialty. .
that his family bad suffered for all ne oe done, at least the right of petition.LongHorns .....Ier amounting to SSK.3.V. Now. union$ you NOTK+holHl desiring my services AUTOMOBILES RENTED OR REPAIRED'AHTESIAX b
What Here Granny 4
cessary'.clothing/ and food but. thai: nonsense 'look and said .hall appear before W.B.Johnston,County Iud," should make arrangements in ad .
bad a far away ---- --
'now they. were' once' more made com in and for_lei county,at hU offloe In Klailminve.oo vance. a
fortable. she remembered many some talk' some once of as her to the 3d day of Au....... 'tom, at in o'clock In the On .ANDO, FLA. WELLS DRIVEN ANY DEPTH '

How I wilib.e.tor, man in Florida bowl forebearers had worked in the bull\ forenoon Judgment will be rendered...It..t you
could have heard the argutnents given and your property BOld to par the. debt. ,
bv- these practical business menlo favor trains that. hauled cannons'. ammunition Done thli 27th day or I Cane. A.D. 1110$, DR. LESLIE W. WEEDDNSpecialist .

of prohibition.For The and Cow supplies lens to, wbere Klnl{ battles Mountainand were '. W. U MOSEL.KY, We Solicit all Kinds' Repair Work, T TNN

some time I have been carefully fought and men died for the right. of G. F. KRIBP8. Plaintiff -Eye, Ear .
noticing the advantages, natural or petition against taxation without, rep. Attorney. S --........ '
acquired, of the'towns ( visit, andean resentation. 1 replied that these Nose and Throat..... --- --- 'I"

honestly say there is no Interior town notion! were out. of date si nee the City .
: to the State possessing'0.many favorable and ""' """" ''AA' ''''iINCNlY1iNN1''''1A AM N WN t
Cowncll had ruled otherwise, we f)
.
First. the location The Bewer Use
features as yours. "-(
held body such
on an extensive; hammock, giving never fellows as that by red any headed fiddler except, Tom Ple see..d ceases Private :jHosoital, American Na- c, A, CARSON, Pre.I..... N. c. aRyAN, ..e.......,. tT
a soil much above the average for lien Ocd a a the moat '1
Jefferson, and that whiter man, en,6of tional Bank Building, Tampa,
, ornamentation. The site arc
- gardening or }Franklin and that lawyer fellow Pat :e: :E: cp
is on ground sufficiently hlph/ for good Then Miss lint Head butted Florida.W. ,. )
Henry.

1 drainage.Is not only The pleasant artesian but flowing highly Water remedial - Adams In(again and saying Hancock, andWashington)and Sampler and and FEBRrSSEEDS "- , Waters & Carson GroceryCo. M

1 in any oh route complaint. The Marlon and Harry Lightfool Lee and ? ).
situation, at the bead of Lake Tohoi- .
.. rne..ne k.pt I 4 5.d Pad.
I horns crumpled
: the In Florida am lorry my tealogetwuewu J-aerlt ud4, L. WI'MYtllOIAM INN,
fcallgane of )largest .r
and sharp and straight. for then. }
not
si ed Asad lw 1000ten.m.wbc4.5.M i :
fswy
-"gives the citizens and tx/urmts the
test. possible facilities for boating or the prodding: I gave her would have 510,7-am FREE foe AND SIIRG.01'1. Gi 'EE.TES
silenced her forever.! lb.aMaaa. Lions sow.md.LU you gat IL ,
tUblng. The elevation above sea level We also want the time of lightingthe 1. Y, ffM1 I IL.loss.N..
about one hundred feet-Is one thatBull .w.aaac. raoHe ... .......... S ,
street changed.In the evening ..*. a \ I!
every Invalid. A. sea level or orrica ruoM l 74 FMaaN '
+ high altitude. 1 Is conslderrd unsuitablefor when we are chewing the cud and 4 I-:

w especially for watching{ young girls go by Imitating '- -" - J. W.:' SIMPSON COUNTY AOlllOIn, POS W. 'i C
many persons,
In the J-H I
ua by chewing gum{ same graceful ) 'I'
throat. or lung trouble. do not mind haying 1 .,
we people
The almost total .b.encf'bf mosquitoes way fall over UK, but in the middle of DENTIST.Upstairs ]IA, l' I Celebrated Fertilizers I ORATES I !
annoying insect
gnats or any the night and towards morning, folks .
Is wonderful.>.nd Uie wisest scientistsfall In Katz tJulJd\nlf.\
the trains disturb GUAIN ETC.
/going in a hurry,tp : "
to understand// It. Doe friend 1
claims it' Vast numbers i \III by doing so. And such language.' t A .. o : <::1..1.. and Prices 1
'met owing to .m. m. ..r
i of birds in your'pluoThis may be Therefore from midnight run to the daylight electric light Speaking Plant OJo'FICM: 'lIoUlt! : f 1.3: () to 5G 1.2 m. ,f ,;.....,,\.,.-.. 1'.1'...... .. App........... p4, l
(J
erroneous, but surely the bird on Telephone No. 78 Jun "
of traloi, they. must be made to run t
:
every tree and bush in your city are 'a brakeman ahead
slower and a eedl:. "

blv great The- It.attraction.climate'greatest of Kiaalmmee natural advantage.Situated Is probe IN.- track with a when bag of we bran get to confused coax us-off and unable the G. F. 'KRIBBS, :4= I.ID1ES FURS{ W'OOL 4I, < J JO'o 1

to get out of the way of the
at a point midway betweenthe ATTORNBY-AT-LAW. '
rigid temperature( of the north and engine.Finally'for the the. better government u n't: r P roduce e. Specialty. _

the moist, hot jpslarlous conditions of of the city and the welfare .- Office: in the CourtHouse;, ': ti Klsimmee. -. : ..... ',.,', : .: '. '
found In the extreme south her. one proper ( ';J >' ,_ 10- p, ;: ; :, ., .' .. J
of us cows, we propose that the "- ' Florida, :, .. )
can find a temperature just suited for 7A1'Vlthwiomwlllbe .
., .
city be rebuilt In a morecompact man. '" "" ""'Fc' v." -" J
'
life. l ssaoclatedyintbe,!
an enjoyable .
.
the
blocks :
We'wsotthe centreof \ ---- -
Those are the main advantaged of ner. causes law' ; ; ; : ,. ," :' -"I'" ;
the town, neat. the railroad depots trial of ,.tbe firm of \i""I': .Ie" '
Palm City presented without exaggeration to be cut up Into email lots, not too J.H. REDD : I Massey &..allow.. of nvc... nH JWrJHrjVr- (<..4rt1F. U''tF'Yce0r'RT'tF"! . BF.".iV pra- ''S::,;
1
: and Indeed rather below tb.Dabo. ITT i
feet each house '
mall, about 25x80 "
say Orlando t
y .. the facts, as can. be attested by owner to get one whole lot, and all the : NORTH K SSSIMMEE. PHONE NO. B.G. ; wl

1 the A citizens'word to; the ladle who are striving houses from North Klssinomee and JEWELER lAND i
be moved and '
re -
South Klsslmmee to
to. adorn and beautify the place. / Spriggv
the houses .
Where
build on these lots. WATCH REPAIRER. Fleming
A cracker tell me,and' they are good W. Griffin
be off
*
are too big a piece can chopped i jeffc % ;
1 I. best d
season authority for; that.....transplanting November. ; cabbage the and built\ at on tLe top,there The Is always town would plentyof : tiall and ,see my Line Or Watches* 1-
top. CLEANING
room
sabae and that the
1 palm ( palmetto) then have some sky-scrapers, the feeling .
larger< ones bear' transplanting better Any article of Jewelry Promptly Ordered PRESSING .-
+a of jealousy between the two ends FancyVFattjUy Groceries
than the smaller ones. Jam also ad. ::
vised that cutting the roots) within. a would" be removed the ptoole would.. upon Request. DYEING .." *;
all be the depot., stores postoffloe
near r
couple of feet of the tree. a few months and dock. Fresh I '::
schools Meats.
,
,prior,to :transplanting v highly beneficial A*,thetown churches) 'would then occupy only BICYCLE SUNDRIES.NUBIAN REPAIRINGLeave ;: 4

.date one-tenth of It* present space the cost Oelluery Every Day at Hour. Patronage Solicited. J
The palmphoenixdactyllfern( ) work and electric lighting house any .
of -
boDe of the beautiful. of street word at lilY and clothes
most
palms.It would," be one-tenth of the present esekda6u6d, .A.-.&. ,
Is only will be called 10..and returned. A+rrtueail.s '- -.ail '' .A.-.AA.
and TEA
a rapid seems adapted
grower
i1If cost.! You could also have water works N ,
to our soil and climate. For an
at fractionof
and of sewerage a
a system
enclosed lawn I can recommend high- I the cost under. the present circum" Satisfaction Guaranteed : :
r
Iv the cfeul reoluta. This la a native ,
'of 'Cuba but quite hardy, and will ,stances. fall"aD4 would i .. . - .. "'" """ ""i"' "'" "'"'"
We want to be agree
f 4 thrive as) far,Dortb as Georgia.[ that folk could use !the sidewalks during WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS fZ M.t-f.m4L. . ...HIIt..? MAOH. ,"t
The writer of this letter has this t Haul
at Hare neglected Kldnejrif
have them exclusively yon your
the day !if we could
time no property in or near Klsslmmee. you overworked roar nervosa, .,.tem and .' 1Livery
Many of the Keeps .. '
i at night.- earned. ?
Ills attention given to the place was streets are now named after nacre men, Have yon palnaloloin.aide.backpcoin.1 > and MACH BROS.
attracted by the fact that It has no saloons' these would change to more ap- r" bladder D.'oo. flabby a-ppearanoe of the .
v and that the good women of the we You Well aace,eapeelallj under' Too frequent ] .: .
Bob. Tall t.tIII
such as \
.
proprlace ones, a deatre I to|>ua urine r KidaeynllU
Improvement Society seeri Determinedto But Bead Sticker Dew Lap Crop will aura you.-At Oeoeola.Fhiraeey"
; l ,
A make.supply It truly..everything beautiful.' necessary There :are to Tick Horn, Upper eto. Cut.-Itrand Iron l. Broken F ; trioeaoe. ; Feed and Sale Stable.f r

thousands' people .lIke the writer, ." think of the
i,, seeking a home such as Klsslmmee will large Olorlou.tboujl"h\scope of.tine Ilr.alolll.here wouldbe. 4. It Is an, WE.HAVE JUSTQECEIVED (IWOOD--DRAY.ING': .. '
become If the 'ladies assisted and ,
,,are under her r
lie own
Each could 'fi '
enabled to carry out their plans\ cow r., Ideal Is Now and First-Class. will l '
vine sod fig 'tree, none daring to' molest Everything Wo ;

: Fla.. July 1. TRAVELER.Palatka . or make us afraid. I beard them. Render Prompt and Satisfactory Service ,
evening 'I stoppedat
very words one a* Remedr for ,
the Lornvme Consider the foot of the church step where 1 a new and complete I line of Drugs I Day: or Night. All Kinds r tAT

: and left my mark and went away before the Heavy Hauling. '
Cowvention.Mr. congregation Wa dismissed. .Constipation and Patent Medicines; one of 'the i
Propose a Now we want every cow, bull ox, .
.
co.T*se } SEAMAN'S!: OLD STAND. PHONE: 113.. y

Editor:* heifer, yearling, and .calf, and to considerthese after the E best assortments of Stationery. rf' ... ..... ..... .. ,.j .5
few trifling matter ,
>-We cows held a meeting talk: over
the prevent disturbance and to con- City Cowncll hasjpromptlylrefused. ) the ever brought to Kissimmee; high 4'

,,. alder some action for the better govroment petition to pen cow at night, we will ladigesflour "X ttotaaaiotiatatoedxloetostbeloaatotttxlatocttxloclotloi
;* o( the city' of Cowslmmee. call cowvention that will adopt a grade Cigars, Tobaccos and Cigarettes ,r __ ft
of principle that will cause
because platform ,
nil was necessary: some min '
guided. and mistaken people are. again the V. I. 8. to sit ua and take notice.. Biliousness ' to suit the most fastidious; : C. \. CARSON.rreeUent.. (.'A. CttANFORb. 8. L.LUPTCE.. t f c

; trying to compel the adoption f an Your. Imperiously Vtee-PreikUnt.. 'Saorotarr' '
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i osdinaneerequiring> all cows C&o be (MRS.) CRUMPLE: HOR, and ,Baseball Goods on hand and more I II I

,kept>> off the streets at nUrnt. This .
would trample on our rights and impose Buy a Kodak., coming; Sling-shot rubbers for!every :
restrictions on cur liberty that Purer acnurw Dyspepsia. !
no aelfreepectlnir cow caD .ubI'D" to. The Osoeola Pharmacy has secured wtattnnrotorGo boy in Kissimmee; Toilet KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. ;.

Mind now In resenting this action we the local agency for the famous Eastman . f' .
ir we not speaking for the milker who Is Kodak.., and now have them in Articles and :all kinds of,J Drug

... so lost to decency as to allow the milk took ranging In prices from 92 to II%. : '

.:' that nature Intended ,to support a Buy one and ,make. your own pictures.Laundry. . It Is.food for th.lliver. Kidneys.8t mach gists': Sundries=-in short, everything ..
. "'"rollicking calf to be taken for the ,Bowels and Blood.

nourishment of a family children, It takes the place,of calomel and, leares that any. might i expect I Ito Rough and Dressed' c
whoso only' thanxs: are chunking- The agency for the White Star no bad after.fleet*. '! c
with sticks?brick bats and old bottles. laundry I I. now at the Home. 8&ol'8r .It Is needed in the Spring. Bummer: !find in\\an up-t -da.te..CI'Ii'. .Store ... ,1:

of, when we refuse; to yield our right to and If you wish to. have the boy call Fall l and Winter, ty Men, Women, sdChildren. Pine Lumber.

.tdewalks.. ', But happily these debased on'you weekly, just ring up IM, and .. V can be .found atKJssimmee f 'J f fI p pHOUSE'
cow.'..,..' In ;a'' minority. Watch' us you will be put on our list and called It tl I..xtxemdy palatable-.v.n children ?' ,
marcfcjMr.*O 1 Jake J for water labunebeeTof on-_Id,. The work: I Is all\I done,. In tike it.; Bay a bottl from . I -;, ;

;l. :TIa or 30 and you' will an efficient 'manner and .at Tampa. Drug CO.Pgeecriptloes' .

.": 'rarely. tnd two milker la anyone lot.Asir prices, 'I. bsrs Pharmacy P Y : .
,,: .ovtbt"i" Mil her liberty for a .. s '* BILLS A SPECIALTYGo
IngersoU Midgetwatches] tt.00,1 at Carefully and .
of parlaf! OTbt .to,,be penned day " -
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