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 10, 1908
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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PRIDE OF OSCEOLA William" JeaalsRst Brya" W. .11+i CoWS'' WILL CONTIN f TO ,. !I -'---0.... _,. .


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IS LAID IN ASHES .'lc CoMva-nttom ,yesterday, Council l Decides Ktssirnmee is Not I t'< ..I .. .

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proposition offer can not be :f .i' : \, : ). ) +
carried out.,that It Is like chasing a on "City Airs: ,' > ','
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Hlfh School l Building Destroyed School Board Decides To Erect a i .. ,.. .
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:-- f by Fire Together With Its Three-Story Building at a the condition. of our county I I }', '. '.,, '
and city but are on a racehorse hunt TOWN HALL, July 7th, 1008. .., ' .
after dollars for our own pocket.. To I' The Counoll met. la roirular session .. .." .... .
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Valuable Furnishings.;. Cost of 17000. those we will say'if they know of any there being n;- sent T. W. Kills Pre ., 1 better quicker surer or cheaper way W. J. Sears C. I*. Dandy Councilmen >'::\ -< : :' "'.
to get a permanent water route to the P. A.Vans( Agnew City Attorney ., ...... 'I -
On Tuesday morning last short/! The committee of citizens appointedby Gulf to com forward and disclose it, and J. R. Gilbert Clerk. The minutes I. '. : ,

,, a'tterOO.Q'olooktheolther.S pf KlstloV the school board to take in bandthe' and we assure them. that W.,will with of.the last regular. meeting were" read .. ." ''." '.!I' ,'" *', .' ,J'_'
IBM were aroused<< from their slnrabef-s matter. of securing plan and open arms embrace It, but. If they have and. approved. Reports of officerswerelreadacd ,. r. ','I',."
by it vigorous and IntUient alarm of specifications for the erection of a new rot, to put padlock on their mouth, | | approved. The following S .oaf "- 4'rA. 1.I 1.

fire, and coming forth from heir. school building met at the council that. they. may not expose their Ignorance bill* were read and<< approved and -'j"+ .
homes found to the surprise and con chamber on Wednesday night. those to"the. publlo and be a damperon ordered paid. a* follow; i ";,,. ." r .. .'

steroatloi) of every one, our large and members present being T. "W. Murphy what appears to be a feasible prop T M Uurphr.wterr M naror . M W II ': ,",fib '1..' .
splendidly .equipped ,High BohoolbuJMiDg W J, Sears, C. A. Carson H. osition. t P CJ l HodvM.ulur w Mnhal, .. .. .. .. Of U ." ; ,,
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wrapped In flame, which M. H. C. Stanford. W. B. trouble. the boat have 1 I. yCHodm.M.to. fro .
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,, ""iwerfj" eagerly' devouring the structure. Makinson :M.: Katz. W. B. Harris, C. getting through the canals, and they PD* .:.*'r pm P.: : 1' : 'I I ,, ,;'; "iJ: .
The building wa a wooden structure W. Dann. E. L. Lesley, T. W. Ellis,) must be put In such condition that. any J ft Gilbert.; Mlarr M e1ark.. . . .. Zero ':,.. I', 'IM"I ""
:' containing...weh.ohu.room.( anda J T W Kills MI M .Id........, ., . '. 1 OO { .. ,
P. A. Vans Agnew. boat drawing four feet less navigate " {'Ar.' ; ;
I or can C L Itendr. ..LMlo..r. . .. .. .. J 00 .
'. large auditorium and. oust la the The committee organised by electing then without hindrance.The w I ......._..S. aldermaa.... ....... .. ., I OSiMimmacTalaplMiM I : ," fr '
:. neighborhood of,"lo.OOO to build. Hjwa Maj. T. M. Murphy chairman andP. : only war that can be done is to [ Oft, pawn*...t, .. I M < : .; : rI

1 splendidly equipped with all thenecessary A.Wans Agnew, secretary. Supt.; put a lock in each of the. canals and P W O B Rod Maklaaoa-..fading rant. e6 prl..n.rs council.room. .... ....... 100 5 et> : ,
furniture and apparatus fork I W. J." Sears was called on by the one in. KUslmmee, river somewhere flat McCalllrtar wlutaa the moat Improved, and up-to-date chairman to state. ) the object of the I near Basenger. Lankford vltn.M fa* ,.. ....or SO :
methods! of teaching. The fUm .' had meeting. which be did<< in a abort To get. that work"'done will' requirean ",..;" LAOkon Mratabmau a10h1.b of fI..1 7ftWalker.
Brmn, Cos veil Oe. Moo llatK>
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Kilned such headway, before the. Ore speechsetting forth the appropriation by Congress of at; punch .-_. v 0.. . ?,...,'/{,.. .UOOH
was discovered that stage Impossible of a building to" reqllrement.1 least fifty thousand dollars. 4k W B Drtw. Co..taz: books......... ,..., tl T6
fixture W MAlDton CX> ndM. ...... 1000
tq ave any of the furniture or school. . B
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aA:"' the building and "lonWnta were Hon C. A. Carson made .a short The -way to'get that, appropriation H|>C r..Btuitord oimi. *.mdw...for.OkUfcooM....... .and..., 1878
entirely destroyed.The School Hoard address<< giving his ideas as to the. made I. for the people of this county W B U.rrl.prlotln jOrdln.no... *<>......' 117 UJR I '

had Inturanoe on the property, to the. kind of building that. should be con I to unite and ask for it.You can not Gilbert. .(,,"dxbtoadalnfecianl, onditch..eta...>...<. .**I5DRotundeppmUwork 07 07 :
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amount of 111,08'.00. which structed.. win unless you bet, and the day Is yet L B Durham .'-&.ork. .(...'""'f'' 5 "4 : :
fall far short of covering the Jose, Supt. Sears :.then moved that. the to come 'when Congress will bring ,"N emit*.'....* work.... ..4... a W Reduced
will be a great help In rebuilding ,.. .. .,,.'- 9 00v'Ckilo.tmtworh
chairman committee of five
appoint a around appropriations on a stivertray. .. .. .
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The wind was blowing from the went to act as a building committee the Let the. business men of this city. BI1IIIItb 8t bU.tr....t. work,.,....,.. ere :
and carried showers of sparks abd chairman to be an ex-ofllolo memberof make up a purse of 1.100. the city and loIaoh Bros. .tre.t work ...,..,.; 11 HO .'
which fell the lumber,. .. .., 1 06Ony
burning shingles upon that. committee -which motion was KtMlmnKM LnmherGo. \
county administrations Jototlto put .lattoe work ., 00 I .
roof. and all around the business O'Qulamta {* ..1 1'* '
adopted<< and the following committee I' up Alike amount and the citizen* alongthe J K OtlIrrtfal L P. ...e.... 4 II I :
'houses and residences along Broad. appointed: C. A Carson W. U. Ma. route the same sum, send<< two of I R Ullbert 1'a..a. and eel. for, ', '. '
I lookout kept ..... ..,.... .,...' MOOWalter .,
way, but a sharp! was bylot.ere.t.ed kinson. ,(1. C' Stanford. H, M.' Pfann the most responsible up-to-date men EL P.Howard- fourteen" cords wood... HH 60

parties, which probably prevented and P. A. Vans Agnew. 't in the county to Washington next December Jim Preratt InitalUtlon work,. . .,,., So MV
further loss. It took heroic The general committee then. ad- with Instructions. stay. there \ <"k O Oro Co. mdftA.for E L P.......". '* "

Y Jlflrlc to save the. new cottage belongingMayor burned after which the building until the appropriation fa made.In EABanMroMttMtorRLP.. ......!,.. . S SOJolin All White Canvas,
i.3 Murphy and occupied by committee held a'short session to dls. that. war It Is more than possible O Cbrtatoplier ra Cacti Co nova, the roof of. which cuss the most expeditious way In we will within two. year see ourselves KlBctrto; Co md. for K L P. ... 4S 75 "
ls' caught In leeral'nlaoe.., but was which they could begin operations, again on the road of we wereraveling 1 9 C O Hdvr. CO. material for oemeKrjr Shoes itiust .
volunteer I progress fence......'. .... .. 098 go-
promptly extinguished! ,bv our I
and It (was decided to communicate ( before the. water went. down; Klolmne: Lumber Oo"I lumber for etna.
fire fighters. with Mr. W H. Tally a Jacksonville . and river traffic was shut off. etiwy f uce....
No fire ever occurred In Klsslotuiee .architect who has had large experience I I If we continue the. way we are going- Will, Alman (or o.mHery f'noe.. I 1H 00 1
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which caused such general regre..od Fred MelnWMh work on cemetery feoe II 00 .
in school building matters,
chewing our cud and dolor nothing A L Davldton work on oamatorr fence. 10 VOC
It* origin is a mystery. While it must and have him come here for a conference we will be at the. foot of the ladder before L,Alrja.la. rcareagery. ,.,. . . MOD I Every of- White
have been fired<< by an incendiary, It Is with the comm It.tAoe. very long, and It. will take an- awful Mr. 8. H. Bullock, met with the pair I

difficult to ascribe a motive for so bate The secretary telegraphed! Mr. long and hard pull to ever get. us council ln"behalf of the V. I. .S., ask'Ing .
an act. Tally Thursday morning and he arrived ' above the first rung again. that permission be granted to plant Canvas Shoes and =ii i- ..
The tire occurred on the rooming of hole on tha. evening/ ..train meeting We owe it to ourselves* we owe I It to shade trees. on Broadway; also that .
Uhe day for the.monthly meeting of thegahool with the building committee at our children we owe ft to our State to the city see that trees were properly '

Board, and SuperintendentSears the bank last evening After talkingthe !I be up and doing. Let us all get together watered as long as neceary. 's i Oxfords that is in ; :
assisted br some of our leading matterover with, him the. committee put. our shoulders to the wheel Tbe roregoingrequestwas duly considered .1' .
citizens Immediately went to work to employed Mr. Tally to draw and push the wagon to. the. very top of and unanimously l-ed". \
devise way,and mean for erecting at plans for a three-story building with I the. hill. We are all or should N. 'lJ, request. of the V..I U. Mr. S. H. i" my Store goes at
the earliest possible date a larger and fourteen class rooms, 25x30: feet; a working for the same end-to build up Bullock presented'the'following'petition II

better building. It was ascertained ., principal's odice; a library and a laboratory and make Osceola count r.:and Kissimme (containing 66 names of citizen and' below t. ::1 ln '
that the Insurance would amount ''co
money ,with all the necessary appurtenances the. pride to abodt tll.OOO, to which the School! such.. plumbing flues and be.done If. we .will but, eliminate the To the Council< of the Tow6 of Klsslra- .' J\1: ,
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Hoard will
$5,000 CeJuDt.11 toilet arrangements: to cost about seventeen '
; sore bead. from our ranks and work A '
t" Commissioners "$ .000; making .... thousand dollars., '. men .City. J
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of $DOooo with which' .to begin otpera. !i Mr. Tally doubted if bb could plan' We have. the sojl we have 'h"-ell.> The KUslmmee Village .Improve .
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irons ,? i ivTbe I a building of Hits magnitude for the meet Society respectfully vatitionyour 'Price on Ladies'Skirts j
mete, we hate the wealth, we'hare the .
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amend the I.
School Board appointed' following :'' Honorable body to.. so <<
'soeolfied amount, but, stated that he intelligence\ and we have the refinement II '
.. committee of citizens to' take would bring; 'near to that 'figureas ordinance regulating the running at 'f
as to be In the front rank but we Shirt.'f i
hand for large of stock as require all cattle I Lawn
matter In and the
the arrange" be possibly could j and at the same be of them.I .
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erection of a suitable' building: W. 'J.Sears them to be kept off streets at night _
4. timegive a first-class building. .
... Walter liass, 8r., C.M.A.C..raon.T. ; It will require twoweeks'1time. to the Quit dyspeptics knocking go go to the to devil boosting and let we; question In Bartow Is managed and Fort in Myers.this the cattle; and. :;;,; i ' ; I .: :t.Waists jgreatly re- ('"'.;. .'
Murphy WC. Bass, Kat.l. W. make the. plans, and when these are will be on top again In twelvemonths.lliiiiard'S . way ",', yM1u .' ,
B.. Maklnson, W, U. '1J..rrl't K.'K. read,, bids for the construction work: gives general satisfaction.The I / i 1i1/1J\/: .',,: '. h :1''r: ',4

Brown, U. C. .e.le1, will be received all of which will Island. Society has sought the opinion I"'i'if,/f, '-/, .1"\\,\, duced See Snow 1.:;.'"., ..
P..A. Van Agnew. S. H. Bullock U. of a number of our citizens upon the J : ''i II ..,;, ; ,
take. time; and It will probably be the. \ 'I'' .:! I. "
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M. Pfann Iv Dann' T, W. Ellis middle of August or the. first of September The fourth of July was. celebrated plan '
and J' M. Lee. before the actual 'work. of quietly but pleasantly. by the people of meets with strong. approval.As \i' Window.Ternis '
It .. difficult to say 'just how much building will begin.' Hllllard' Island. About 10 o'clock -- a compromise between the. one extreme ..

time It will require to have the building ,The building committee; ha expressed they. !gathered. at the pretty home of of allowing all kinds of cattle.
erected and made ready for occu'panov a desire to have the Masons Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wetberbee. Plans the. freedom of the streets. ..t..ll. time
7 but it Is doubtful I If It. can be lay the cornerstone, and<< the occasionwill had been made to have a picnic in the and<< the other extreme of keeping them

ta' ,don before the first of the. year.' In the. doubtless be observed with fitting woods, but fear of rain changed .them of the streets. entirely at. all time,. the
meantime Superiotendent W, J. Bears ceremonies.Miss so it was decided we would dine near Society earnestly. recommends- the "

{ Chairman W. C. 13 ass .and PrincipalR. _.....- -- ) there.. " passage of an ordinance In accordancewith
U. Evans are looking around and The young people froze two. gallons the prayer of this. petition/.be. '

will secure temporary quarters for Booth, after spending ,several ofIce_ cream,'-whlle the older ones having that such' action. by the council "
openhtgthe fall term of The school month here with her father, Mr. A. J. played croquet and horseshoe.After will be for the best. Interest of the i .

.wbicb\eginsthefirat Moudny.October : Booth returned. to Washington D. C., eating It we were not ready for. dinner town and that. It will greatly. add to
: this week. so we waited a short time.A the safety. and comfort of the. property. : r .
blow: from the. dinner born broughtus' owners and publiC)- In general. II'
to a bounteous i spread: of iroodthings Signed,1 s.' I*. B, CARSON .
tr T on the grass under the beautiful MRS. CLAY JOHNSON, President. II' ., '
LOCKS IN THE CANALS WILL INSURE. oaks near the house. A blessingwas .Secretary.- .. .', I". J
asked by Mr Dolltns, of Orlando; W. C.* Bass also pre.entedpetitionsigned I" ,
after which every one partooir of dinner by 163 citizens: as follow: r I ,

and seemed to enjoy It; thoroughly.It To the Council of the town of Klssim- II

i ;PERMANENT WATER TRANSPORTATION was one of the. most; beautiful mee Cityi $*' Cash: h ''r<- ;.'.'I'- ?
day of the year, the breeze from East We; the 'undersigned citizens, re* : .. -
: ) Tohopekallga lake being hoe all day.; spectfully protest against any change :,". .
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regulating the running at large of V
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With One Lock in Each oJT the Canals After playing game In. the afternoon cattle. In the town. .. '. .,.-".:. I i tii'
Connecting two rallon more of cream were We feel that the- town .is not large ;. I'
Our Chain of Lakes an All Water Route Could made which was. served with-cake. enough I to put on "cltv. style";; It. is !;; ) ..'. ' ,
Every the day and wished : II :
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enjoyed only a small country village and I ,
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w*>, could celebrate the fourth of of the \ :' .,. .;> ',. .. 'Ill ,
and Maintained to the Gulf., I most property owners keep fe'Ilad every month. which grcatconvenlenoe and 'm ; \, .,
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All who could spent the. evenlnir'at comfort-, their families, and any n, ,...'y. -.: .. ,'.'. I'. 'J', I
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_, or the home of Mr. and Mr. J.:K. Hll change would work a greathardshipon ,, ')" "J' , M.. '. ..
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)ere has been greatdeal. of money course was pursued with the'canals o'clock w* parted hoping to see many these hard times., -* I '.\ .,'' ',\,\1. 'I.I'.;.: ;,(: j.." ,-"., .,'", .' .f:. .
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'r,, *..expended In dredging channels In the connecting. our lakes that. we would more similar celebrations.PARTAKER The foregoing petitions were ordered II II ., ',,..' ,Cd'.,," !'rV. (,1.'.""" .. ",. ., ," '.<," ..' .: ....". , ..
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lakes and- digging canals to make a have an all-year' open water route to filed as information. and the Clerkwas' %" .to" "
>,'t water route from Kisiilmineo to theOulf'of Fort. Myers, and this. seem to be the instructed to ascertain numbersof 1 "

;; Mexico but a considerable opinion) of nine out of ten whom we State (Campaign,Committee.I registered voters on each petition. I ;,. "' '''' '' '' ' '. :' ,
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portion of it was either. misspent or have spoken to on the subject. Gilbert Chisolm (colored) met with" II 5 ", ..jJ .' j", ''. ,' t," ' '. ,j .' 'j
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those In charge of the work As Hon H.: Price of M..r-Iaoa. "- : .. '," ,.-'\ ). ,
never long as we sit .on, our haunches, the Council stating that; certain streetsIn ,Jti- \. i.: '0" " .' "
"f.thought the. water In the lakes would chew airman of the state Democratic executive '>, ;i'1': : '
tobacco spit "valler" on;l. the North Klsslmmee were In bad condition :: V ; "*?X : :'.
react Much a low level. tlaewalk committee, has appointed the ,1 i and knock every man In the and asked that the Council consider ; .
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Fortnoretbaq a year considerable county exceptounelf, and"object tooever.y campaign committee. of the. partyas. repair, on same and also requested I:I ,,/<$ji: ', "' j ; . .J'... ::
trouble has been experienced by provided In resolution adopted at the : : ., ' ,
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proposition advanced looking to that the town place streetlights \ ; ;
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'"ulCMjed in boating. in meeting of the state commute. held.inthis I. ' '. r
getting throughthe I I
our county's development, J just so long' nearer the colored churches, as '" ' c
canals! and" for the city on June 26th.-. ';: ; l .. '. t
past four will we continue to slide down the hill they. were badly needed.- /. 'B "T ; .f
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months travel has .haolut.elyoe..aect. .*'w. are without doubt doing todav. 'After considering the above requestthe I v YiV\ t .. ". .
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.{,: there not being water "enough In. the There Is a class: of!i men in every Price yesterday announced theapointmeets same. was' referred respectively to "W" W"1'.W1.L" ". .
t canal to float a skiff : community; and<< KUslmmee seems to and requests the publication the street. and electric Jigbtoommitfeesfor
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'' This condition II' operating to the. have more than her share;, who are the. same so that. the .state. papers can I investigation ...... ,
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I 'disadvantage of Klsslromee to toe ex- natural born objectors, who swear-to republlth appointment of the- ommlUee. The ordinance committee reported the A
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s tent t>f thousand of dollar a year, a* be chronic dyspeptics woo arise every ordinance 'entitled -'anordinance,

1y t: almost t the entire'trade of the. merichasjU morning with a sour; stomach, which I 'The T: E.new Wells campaign committee follows: regulating. the use of pool or billiard COME AND SEE: ,
r-l'' and large ranch owners along seems to stay-in that condition. until. of Escambla county tables,, or rooms by minors", without
,the route which heretofore same f this retire Walter Graham of'DeSoto county. } ..
J they at night. That class of recommendation, same having been ,J1. ,
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town has been diverted to Bartow and gentry at the first mention of a scheme E. Donegan of Osceola 'county.. : read a first.time at the last regular : '
Fort Pierce, thing which doe's'' not of any character it. matters not how Fred T.'.Myers of Leon countv.11. meeting.W. .. !

seem to cause our business men'a particle worthy It may be, rear on their bind William Hooker of Marion count x. J. Bears "took the chair at request '.
; .of uneasiness, but which should, legs and shout aloud that ."It's. moneymaking The campaign committee sled has. of the President .On motion of .
without a moment's delay be rectified, scheme and I'm agin It," a* ..&-ofllclo member, the chairmanand T..W. Ellis, seconded by C. L. Bandythe c. W' BA N N' .

or slse our once growing and prosperous or "It's politics" and If It U proposed The secretary committee.of the state committee. ordinance wa read, a second time ,, ,
city wUl .Indeed become nothing. by a man-who happens to ,,hold aa of will have ch.rp.ofaU whereupon the President resumed the '. ;
'but. ; a pasture for range cattle. floe be Is charged with trying to keep i roasters pertaining to the comingcampaign chair and W; J, Sears offered,, he following ,
W* are not schooled. in the science himself In, and if aa outsider; he is In which the Democratic .amendment: .'
of engineering and do not by; any immediately branded with the desire candidate for presidential. .Iect.ora. Moved that In section 1 after the ... \ ,
means claim expertness In constructing to break into the publIc crib.. and some of the candidates. for state word "public use" in line three strikeout THE'"'OUTFnTER. ,*

waterw/s but rather an extensive Yes we expect, that class of discon! offlonr will have opposed to them beginning "or to enter!'down.. _- \ _
'travel'and seeing streams that were tents and inslooDiAnts will at candidate<< of ,the Republic4nparty, and including ". ."JIDe five, also ..
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little better than creeks converted Into Into lbs arena with both feet In the Socialist party ....., a new in section two after the words 'or 1":' -,
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,.., deep lowing river by the as an ours supply of wind In their Independence party. It Is +Ver/evi "billiards" three;strike out begin4 .
.. socks. convinces us that U the.same lungs and declare that the dent that the committee will not'bar '- .

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p Was a t-.aer In Ajt*>rlc*>a Journalism Depositors .la New. .York Banks. Ar. .,IJ>I l

Foi Over Hfty Yoar. Being Paid. Ga*>rLBecrc'arycf

'''UDc1eRenu.: ," Poet, Journalist, Cincinnati, O.-Murat HaUtead, one Insurgents Attack ..Members New York. City-Bight months after Celebration Claims the Usua : the interior J&mca_ ...

Philosopher, Passes Awajr.r of the leaders In American JournalIsm Society.Favoring :Japan. the passage of the financial Number: Victims., GaTDe1cl."wbo went to Honolulu on 4
4 for over half century and widely I I trouble. of last fall, the depositors of battleship Alabama to investigate the

known as ,-edItorial and magazine the. dozen banks and, trust companies commercial -and Industrial ..conditionslu'these 4U

BELOVED BY OLD AND 'YOUNG writer, died .at his homo In this city, JAPAN'S\ 'POUCTCONDEMNEDIncrease ; which closed their doors have received BIG EXPLOSiON T CLEVELAND Inland,' returned :to San'J

: In his seventy-ninth year. their money at least In part or In Francisco" on the protected cruleer ... '

Mr. and Mrs Jlal lead celebrated the case of the few which have not St. Louis, :::2

H1tcd.s EaUrula PwpU the World- tbelr golden wedding anniversary a 1 of Army;. and Navy Fl.s.claI yet reopened or have gone Into liquidation M. Ill erf ot at Parts succeeded: Inflying ,
Ovr-Notd frong.. Among little more (than a year .&0. at which Beyond are about to receive It svs.J Se..n Death sad Injured Thir six- hundred. metres, with bis, ,'
"" time, Mr Ilalstead's health seemed Capacity of Notio C....._- Tbe Hamilton: bank which was one ty-Six DMttu and Tw Hundred<< I.... monoplane machine winning the Aero'. '

:, HU Man* Fi.nds.t frail, and a. time passed he -grewweabier .*l t>y *!!*.** Nwpap r*. of the first of the Institutions In which r' Jureclla New York City. club'a medid. :

so the news of bis 4ealh was the attorney-general's depart meent Intervened H. R. Shaffer Is the only delegajav "

*', AUanta! Ga.-Joel Chandler Harris, not Wholly: unexpected. Albert Hal- Victoria D. C.-News was brought to reopen',' has already anticipated 'Cleveland Ohio. Seven persons and D. M. Field! the only alternate of.

. '. Journalist" and author of th* Uncle stesA-his son. Is American consul at by the Steamship Empress, of China all of Its deferred payments were killed, at least two others were the twelve'elected to represent Porto

I t) b Remus stories, died 'rlday, July 3, at lrm '.ngham..cfbiafamily| .Krigland and are other scattered members from Korea that nearly a thousand which under tbe original plan: were fatally Injured, and fully thirty more Rico to attend tile Democratic conven- .

"I. home In this city.The. pro-Japanese Koreans, member< of to have extended Into November.The were severely hurt, as the result of lion at tenrer. The others have _ _
L throughoutthe
country, of the the 11 Chin Hoi, a society. favoring Knickerbocker Trust company, a fire In 8. 8. Kresge's Five. and Ten. named proxies ;.residing1 In the United _ _
noted author surrounded Halstead one great
.was Mr. was
Japanese, have been murderefl. by which was the Jargest of tho suspend States. 'I-
cent store.Tha ; .
toy all tbe members of late family, who editors of the last halt"of the nine. Korean insurgents ed institutions and reopened like .
teenth cenlury. .and one of the strongest ., according to statist .. store' which Is located near the Under an enactment of the last' general '
tiad realized for several days that tributes to his Inclslveness! as a ICB' collected br. Japanese officials. most of ,the others under! a deferred busiest corner In the town district assembly bucket chops In Connecticut "
death'was Inevitable.\ He The Korean, cabinet at the payment plan anticipated tbe first '
direc
was totally' writer wastln 1889. when his nomination was well filled with shoppers, mostly ended their business July 1.
-, jnconaclous, for' twelve hours preceding by President Harrison to be I (lion cf Japan has transferred the two deferred payments on June 1, women and children.. Practically alt Tbe penalty for violation of the, law

his death., Cirrhosis the liver American minister to Germany vas Korean private Imperial estates to the paying 10 per centof 'which one- of the clerks'1 were" young glrls.i Although Is a fine of from tOO:) -to $1,000. and' ..
finally developed uremIc national asset s,. covering the general half _under the original plan' would
poisoning/ rejected by the United. Stales senate the explosion of the firework Imprisonment for not, caoro than one I '
,nil the became situation In Korea since the disband- not have been paid until September .
.
- case hopeless.Joel consternation the real 'pant l'
caused '
because of articles he had published meat of the Korean army. I Tho Oriental bank which was one shouted jear, ,, _________
y charging corruption to some membersof dId ,not occur until someone Twenty-two m mber.'of tbe Mantis .
notable
A article appears In The Kb. of the"tout to close Its doors In February "
that body. .* kumlna, an Influential semi-official organ . paid Its depositors In full prelim "flre. _ _ and Fl'Jre Paper Manufacturers' s5sQ't
lie was a native of Duller county, of Tohlo. dealing 'with foreign nary to liquidation. Of the other three New York Clty.-Fort\tnately' the elation who were lined $2,000 each 'recently .' ,
Ohio and after a short service on a criticisms J large some for operating a combine In re- ._ _
of'Japan. The patler' calls which then suspended the receiver pf death list was not as as
literary weekly he, in,, 1854. became<< upon Japanese )people to guard against ,the National Dank'or North America previous years. .Six deaths were reported stralnUof trade, paid their fines to

connected with The Cincinnati Com losing the World I' good opiuion' andlIa1I h.. paid depositors M_pea:' cent' In and there were over 200 persons time United States circuit court. The
mercial In which he secured a small that instead The and The other two compar.ltft are expected . '
of the universal respect {ell vldpnd.. 'and the receiver of the Injured. hospitals
Interest a year later. becoming chief and good-will entertained toward < New. Amsterdam National has paid i board of health stations were \\fille, .to J'ay theirs In a few days.

''t' owner later In 1865. Nearly twenty years Japanese during/ the war the ]120 l er cent.' I' with patients .all day. A number of On account of the local option lows 'i
his
The Oaeelte paper was ha consolidated with nation has nearly lost the .)'n.rAthyof : 'j The! Mechanics and Traders depositors tbe Injured were so seriously hurt In to manv counties In Illinois buffets -." _ _
edltor-ln-
chief of the combined and was the entire world. This altitude I.con.ldt..d Is have practically. agreed to a deferred that they may die. in nearly all railroad ,cots will be _ _
until -
newspaper . mainly to be owing blue payment plan, which will be usual blank cloned. An order Juts been Issued by3tf.- ,'
The car-
ten years afterwards when another Atlanta Ga.-
Japanese government's; over-anxiety: put In force when the percentage of too (he Pullman copjnny closing the buffet ,7
consolidation turned out to be only
trMges
was effected new that
own'era
securing control. For a time hewas. enlarge the army and navy, beyond assenting depositors Is brought up-to) little sham resulted InYoung Marvin In Xh.3 jiarlomcar cf t the Alton limIted '* I
the financial capacity of the nation. 90. i ij between, Chicago and St. Louis ',
.editor of The Brooklyn Standard- Eckerle Jr., age 7 yenrs. being shot '

Lt: Union, and during the last ten years STANDARD (Uil! PENSION j the Of Jenkins the Brooklyn Trust banks which "closed-, 1' In tho abdomen and seriously wound Intoxicating and abandoning drl.iks.One entirely. the sale. of ______
company reorganized
lie has figured largely as a magazine I ed. The little boy was shot by a com '
under the of the
and specIal newspaper writer. System Described In Hearing of Ouster name Lafayette panlon, Edwin Gray, 10 yearn of age man "wan hot and seriously' '.
Suit in New York. Trust company. has anticipated payments i Homer Davis of Ualonega, Ga., was wounded 'a. the result of a mutln))' "

THANK( AMERICAN CHilDREN. New York City-The pension system ; the Uorough bank and tbe i killed near his home there. He plao among tile conMcts at a convlct\\ camp ,'
the
.. Home bank have C'd and '
reope Atlanta Ga. The trouble slatted
when near
ed his the and ,
of the Standard Oil of gun en ground ,
-- .., .. President. FaHier.* Notified of Placing New York, was described, company the hear., Brooklyn bank and ,the International be stooped to pick.It up In acme unac whpirthe men In the camp, refused togo "i'

r ChsniIisrI-lgims. I of Monument.Paris lug of, the government's suit- to dissolve Trust companyhave_ reorganised.LUMBEB I countable .. manlier it discharged, to work t .,.: , I ,

Joel Chandler Harris, had his lInt I France-Alexander P. Revell the corporation. William R COMPANY FAILS. I wounding him so .badly that be died The final report of Receiver T. A. ;'<1'.

'taste of newspaper life on The Countryman and Robert J. Thompson respectively 1 ICIng, general sales agent of the com- before a physician could get to him. Oberinn of tho Mississippi' Home) Insurance .,
a weekly the acting president and treasurer of |fany, testified that few of the '.em.loye8 Receiver Appointed for J. l_ --- - Company filed at Vlckaburc.G\ '
newspaper published

by Joseph Addison his the Lafayette' Memorial association, ever leave, because this .)'a. & Co., Also Subsidiary PhIllP&I' New Orleans La.-All'son Jack, a. UHB.,' showS a cleflclt of $183.688.84.
t Lc plantation II miles from Turner on I called at the Ely!: see palace and- formally \tem provides that any of them may Atlanta, Ga.-Acting upon well known young athlete of New Orleans and the numerous premiums g9,672.--
Oa
Katonton notified President Fallleres that I plaint of J, C. Magneas of died as a result of Injuries received TIe. clock of '
p. After leaving the plantation he was /ctlre at the age of C5. on 25 per cent. 73. capital the corporation
engaged In newspaper work In Savannah the bronze'statue of Lafayette the of their average salary for the past i city, and other stockholders Judge I at a track meet July 4th. When was KlOOtiO.,
gift; of American school children to Emory Spoor in the United States clr- preparations were being made for "
ten ,
years for life. It also provides Miss Helen Gould has in"
Macon and New Orleans. Ha come out
France bad been placed Its cult court for the noulheru district of I throwing the hammer Jack was *cci.
upon pedestal that
any employe of twenty J'eeara'Bervlce open of the
practiced law at Forsyth Ga., al the dlaappro marriage of' I
dentally struck on the head by the
In (the Louvre. southwestern division baa
Place de The Georgia, ,
4 may retire when 60. receelv.ing .
same"time doing some editorial work. bummer and his cruhed her sister, Anna and the Prince De'
ceremony consisted of little more for ten years, half of his appointed J. Wilkinson ot Valdosta skull was
lie Joined tbe staff ,of the Atlanta average Hasan:! although she Joined the other
. thau an exchange of courtesies. President receiver for the properties of J. L. : lie formerly lived In Michigan. lie ,
salary for the
preceding ten
Constitution years. of the late
In lUG and lu that cobelrs Jay Gould In tlgn-
paper also In athletic Ir.j eii.
1) "Utcle: Remus" stoiles were nrstpublished. Revell briefly clutched the his. From then until death he will be paid Philips tt: Co., Tallahassee Saw II was prominent lnga formal deed of content.An ';4 'rp
instructor
throughout Texan serving as an
:
tory of the movement to present 23 per cent of this average. mill company and' the Cherokee Saw-
tj i I I"'nn("$ with an enduring "monument I mill. company all of which, concerns at San Antonio for several automobile carrying a bride and :P;

Uucle skies Remus was born under Georgia ,''of Americas gratitude to Lafayette. HABITS OF JOHN tALYIN. have their main offices In Thomas- !I years.Lemans.. groom teturnlng\ from their wedding ') ,,$, ',' '",
whose
blue was reflected In i i! I journey, ran down and killed woman /
L President Fallieres called attention'to vllle. Oa.
his -- - Ohio Wilbur who
Wilght.
Eaton genial kindly and merry eyei. In the fact that .as 'the prexldent of HI* Bowling on Sunday Basis for The Tallahassee Sawmill company i: baa selected this place for hU expert- near Grant's monument In Lincoln '
ton, on December II be '
,
first saw the light. Jk4f. the senate he wa. present at the legalizing picture Show. and the Cherokee Sawmill company I I| meats was painfully Bearded' on the park Cblcapo. The victim was crossing
J elaborate dedication of cast New York City-John Calvin's Indulgence are of J. L. I'hil-'' the toad way.\
; On the plantation of his first em- a planter subsidiary companies chest and arms July 4th as a result ofI I
ployer Joseph Turner he received the of the statue la 1900. lie especially In bowling ,on Sunday was Ipa A: Co.. and the combined assets of the bursting of a water tube with A wave -ot (Ime and disaster spread
,
p rudiments of education. In the well. charged Megsrp! Revell and Thompson cited as' the basis for a decision by ;i these companies aggregate conalderI I!I,, which ha was tenting the mechanism through the n-clion: about UlueflcldV. '_ _ t
selected library of this on th.lr return to Ibo United ,States the nppelate division of the supreme ably In excess ot million' dollars.1'': of his aeroplane. The boiling waiter \ \'a., as a lesult of which'cine are S.

$ farmer to which be bad unre prosperous.lialrn'a 4p express France's thanks to the court In Brooklyn, In which It was I Their liabilities are placed at $235,000. '' spurted over Mr. Wright, who lost con- dead and one seriously wounded Six

access he Imbibed a knowledge of the school children who had participated ruled that 'the operation of moving Tb, action Is a friendly one and aclousnuss under the overwhelmingpain. met deal!) In wrecks or by track walking ,

I English classics. Hanging around the In the memorial. The final payment picture showson Sunday 'was not a 'I 1 brought by the stockholders to enable! lie quickly recovered however while two men and one woman _ _

2 cabins of the negroes, listening to over which there has been some! misunderstanding violation of the law. Judge Oaynor, 'I tho defendant companies to tide over and declared that .he was not badly were muidered.A .
has been made to who wrote the decision, quoted as an 'a period which has brought financial
them at their work In the cotton Inpured and Insisted!!! upon walking letter from the Insurgent sultanof
fields, and observing them In their Sculptor Uaitlett. On July 4, !Mr. Iifstance of the Innocence of proper I embarra llMeQt. "I' to his hoteL Tbe aeroplane was not Morocco was .read aloud In the I

hours of recreation he gained an insight Revell placed a wreath of Bowers at amusements pn any day. the visit of The companies own large tracts of damaged.Ileports. Moeque In which the writer thanked ,

.t. Into their character and heard tbe base of the statue In the name John Knox to Calvin one Sunday at I timber lands fn both Georgia and!. Florida ; the people for preferring him to Abd- .

tbe weird stories which bad hitherto of the American children. Geneva when be discovered the founder -i and own small logging railroadsIn I I from the different sections El-Aalz, the legal sultan. The 'pre '___ _
.. of tbe United' Stales tell of
-of many
been banded --- purltlanlam playing bowls ,on' addition large sawmill plants. tender asks for 100000. '
dowr. from generation to the minor accidents caused plmoln,
VAESHIPS MOBILIZED.' green back of his home. by toy
i1 generation of black. by ti adit Ion. To The matter came 'up In the cue of EARNINGS U1LKUAIJS.( fireworks etc., -but taken us a whole Six hundred persons were drowned _ _
I Uncle Remus was left the task of giving -- In a-storm off Java, according from _ _
Greatest Fleet In World 'Gathered In Henry Hemleb who was convicted in tbe unmoor of fatallUus: caused bj
11! Item permanent form in JSuglltb English Waters. a lower court of running a Sunday Decrease $1O3CO8,34 This Year InEarnings celebrating the "Glorious Fourth" reported advices received at Victoria. D. Oil,
\ literature. of Railroads.New' this below the number The dIsaster oerurrednusar fl.tata I
Lndon, England.-The mobilization show, The verdict was reversed. Leading yeaais
\\ When the President and Sirs. Roosevelt ot all lirltliih warships In home water. _, 'York Clty.-The gross earnings reported In former years. when a teitlfle storm l tr ckic i;!. ; ,
4.:. t\ ,llted Atlanta In the fall of 1806. > EJJJUED! FOB mm HOURS cf 1 *"
available for Immediate service was of tbe railroads'' the'United While Ferdinand Itunday was lying 1 )
I ADMIBAL \
I Uncle Remus was tbe object of their States for. the BEAR 1HOMAS DEAD. tbe
completed for the annual naval maneuvers fiscal year ending June asleep by tide of his wife, In
special Interest President 'RooseveIt, and Admiral Lord Charles Convict Makes Desperate Effort to 30 were estimated by tbe Wall Street their home near E -bo, La., an unidentified .
ID his addreio said: "Piealdents may i I Qereeford finds himself .In supreme Escp -Nearly Dead When Found. I Journal to amount to $2.477.304.656. Succeeded Admiral. Evans in Com assassin crept Into the b,..

: come and presidents may' go; but 'command of a total of. not less than .Nashville, TennPractically burled I a decrease, $108,608,346 as compared mand of the Atlantic Fleet. house and shot him to' death. There

Uncle Remus stays put. .Ueorgla' has SOI ships, with an.aggregate, complement alive for ninety hours without food I[ with last year. The net earnings of Belmont.Cal.-Rear Admiral Thomas III no duo to the murderer:, '::

done a Crest, many ,tbln:. for- the of 8,000 officers and' men.* With or water was the experience of John I!(! the' railroads are estimated. $718- aged ) commission
I.
union, but she has neverdone more'than who seemed to be In perfect! health ate a: '
the' excetplon of the.coust ''guards all Robertcori a youngconvict, fUJ. 'U, a. decrease of 121273302. ordered railroads operating In' the i when she gave Joel Chandler > sought to by hiding in hole hearty dinner'and started for his ,
oC these men are on the active list of escape a j! These estimates are based on, the stale to ute three brakemen on ft eight '
Harris to American literature. I I the navy. Local>> pride '10 the record beneath the Boor of the pattern room 'earnings of 105 of the leading lall- room. Five'minutes .after enteringthe trains of over twenty-five
cars -The
Teloji apblc of condolence at the till bed chamber he was stricken With ,
messages size of.this fleet pronounced In th. prison opportunity offered' roads for ten months or more. railroads objected to the
) personal calls and sweet floral gifts such to get over the wall. When his dlsapperance 'The paper estii1tes. also during apoplexy and.died five minutes later. order en In-
also that
newspapers. They !
UTtMale trains The 1 .
say ; '"
commission
i. poured Into bis 'home In Atlanta :Mrs.: Thomas and her boWs'4S /
Ga. array of force In the fsorth sea Is was noted the prl8on,...authorltles May and June the gross receipts of daughter were ever, ruled that trains have
4 must tult ,
4 Strong men wept as they testified In no manner connected with Germany put guards on the wall. and tbe railroads are showing a net loss with tbe admiral at the time of his crews to the state line '
'
nL their affection: for (the Sage of Shady but do not fall Incidentally to locked up Robertson's cell mate cutting at tho rate of $600,000,000 a year in dealh. :
pale whose departure Into tbe eternal t this, tbe greatest fleet ever .oU achance for supply of food groan and of $200OOC'JOt In net earn Admiral Thomas became command Chris Rochroft. a Greek, was arrest-: ,

shadows they could not realize. !compare arsemblcil In the history of the world and ,drink. Incidentally! the man. In,.. er of the battleship fleet on April ti, ed at St. Louis, Mo., on an Indictment
I Loving mothers cried as they looked hiding place was covered over with on account of the Illness of Admiral charging Mm with ,embezzlement as
vessels with
with
upon the pulseless figure of the little the fleet of sixty-two carried Iron pots. Some one remembered the ARRESTED AS A SPY.H Kvana. lie retained command until bailee, the allegations being that be
which
nan whose lire'r Rabbit Germany recently out. '. relieved secured, about $10,000 from a-number
and lire r hole under' the pattern room and It recently by Admiral Sperry
1 L Fox and -Bre'r War had delighted I her North sea maneuvers was" ;' investigated Robertson) being : : Harrington American, Probably lie was a native of Philadelphia of Greek laborers who frequented his ,

tielr little ones In the day. of their I MWSYJ'AL1t1RAPfI\ $ found nearer dead than alive. Executed In Guatemala. lie entered the navy In 1865. He has saloon and cave ''him practically ali.

-. earliest childhood. Tbe greatest gift San Francisco 'Cal...-Paa engera been in active service most of tbe their wages; to keep forthem.. _jK"t;

of 4'Uncle Remus" was the love of IllUe' -- families COUPON DAY CDTHAH., who arrived from southern ports on time, but has served at the nava Seven are dead and over a score

cbUdrell. He gave then laughter Members of more their than homes fifty In Chicago the steamer City ot Sydney tell of the academy and tbe natal war college liijuied In a wreck on \Mlssourt-_ ,

and the gentlest amusements of were driven from which the $176.967371' Is: Paid by New York arrest by officials of the Guatemalan I He has been In th. coast survey workat Pacific Railway near1-! Lament Mo., I'

,childhood and now! he has their greater Schultz by'dance a fire and destroyed ball. Two Banks--Crowd* Throng Banks. government, of H. Ban Inglon, tald to dlflerent times. Hecautie!!! Georgia Devo torla. of" Ye- .
lodge
gift -of tears. Sleep found him firemen were overcome by smoke anda New York Clty.-July first was dlv- be an Auerican citizen, as a spy, Tbe I, 400'BUILDINGS BURJVCD. Keesport, refuted to deposit $2,000 IDa
trustful and placid well-loved and lumber of other firemen narrowly Wend day as the semi-annual payment arrest was made at San Jose de Guatemala I specified place mcnjbe. of an. al

1 :well-loving to the end. lie wrote his day 'for the big corporations is called when Darrlngton went fcuhoie Port-au-Princ. Is loped "Klack Hand" society .
d/namlt-
r own peaceful epitaph when be said of escaped.which dealhi when a gallery the tlame.collap.ed from. add the various railroad and ,Industrial in that city frock the City Of Fire.Swept by a Great ed his residence. The house was
fighting
a comrade newly departed: "Havingxinade I they were concerns whose nsc.l.aael ts are Harrington went to Central alneY.j partly wrecked while
a neighboring
.Port-au-Prince. Haytl.
and .they were precipitatedto A seilous
'a friend of Life we may be the bank., paid out through the latter from New York"'many house '
), -
fire was [ w9
tbe The loss Is estimatedat broke out In thin city In damaged a1l7
fioor I the vicinity 1.
be I
sure made friend of Death. $17(1,967.371. The passengers who tell- of .thesay' arrest of the hurt. ,
ii ..The last rites over the rem.lnl'of 50000. The $176.967,871 paid out makes a. they expect to hear that Ue has I Ing. Four hundred palace and senate Dulld- '

.Joel Chandler Harris were' conducted The senate of the Louisiana legislature remarkable good showing consideringthe been put to death, as they claim that J including the buildings were destroyed Washington. '
unday. July 5, Psalms were said at : passed a law prohibiting .buck conditions of the past nine' he having papers In his possessionthe the All court house and
prison. of the
T the residence and were immediately I et shops In Louisiana, the measure months. Railroad dividends this Julrl'were evidence against him was plain included number prisoners, who qua of the most sweeping orders

followed by the funeral obsequies at being the one offered by the cotton ', $36,037,908'as compared wit I when taken wl1l'b'Jlrov<<:11 beyond' taken -to a other of women, were ever Issued In the New York navy, ;

8V Anthony's Roman Catholic chapel. exchange people In substitution for 137.722.663 In 1901' and tbe doubt that he was a spy from Salva-! quarters before the jard forbids giving out any Information '
Father Jackson officiated' at the dealingk Industrials dot. Tbe building took fire. Sparks, were carried ( regarding the work on the 20,000- ?
ser the )fan ton bill to prohibit paid by were $ papers, they say proved to the arsenal which
L vices The Interment was In Weat- In cotton futures, which Is expected to as compared with $ ,dhldend'j him also to be Inn a ''' burned was also ton battleship to be started soon. (

view cemetery, Atlanta, ,. Ga. be killed. )'ear. against President Cabrera. tIer and, munitions.together with stores of pow. Even the date of laying the keel wn-!110. '
not be given out !

l "DIVORCE!, !FRCMJiOGUS!!! LORD. Omaha.Tramps Neb.held, and up extracted T. C. Roberts eight goldteeth' of ELECTION CF OffiCERS.I I I FENNY A WORD (ARLEG conalliracy// PHILIPPINES, COMMISSION department Order have that_ been- --- '-riven_. _- 'hv'tha'war. .-' --'-S-.F'-r.... .. 4.'...

from his mouth. during coast artillery
J.3'!: .ftflr... Louisiana Hobbs Douglass New York dealer. In fireworks state General Federatlel" of Women's Clubs Thsy are CorningSoon; Says John I Appointments Announced; _W. C. For- service practice all emplacement doors

". 'Granted' Deere.. that with tbe close of business Saturday Close Convention at Boston. Hennlksr Heaton. 1 bee, let-governor and windows of the battery that .Ie

i Norfolk Vav Mrs. Louisiana Hobbs night the sale! of fireworks Dy Boston, Mass.-The following on I London. England.-John {lennlkerHeaton I I Washington D. flied will be kept open. This Is

'Douglass, one of the numerous' wives New York dealers reached $10,000.001)) ers were elecied for tbe next two who was the first to announce Insular affairs, of the C.-The bureau of stated to be simply* precautionary If
t, butt at the of the biennial / department measure and Intended to prevent the
of. the alleged bogus "Lord" Uawald or the largest Reason's ness they years clo.llla-se.lloD '
k Reginald" Douglass. was granted an have had for Fourth of July consumption convention ot General Fed ra the''conclusion ,of a penny postal arrangement announced the following appointmentsmade loosening of the door hinges and the 1 It
ion of Women's Clubs which between Great Britain and by the president: breaking windowpanes If these
.e absolute divorce from "Lord" Doug. In a number of years was .&rpti.
I
lass on the ground of- desertion for The Oxford university. endowment held in this city: President Mrs. the United States made a significant lands Vice-governor W. Cameron of the Philippine Is closed. ...,''
.
-# more than-three,: years. Douglass mar. fund which was Inaugurated Lord Philip N. Moore, of St. Louis; first statement 'at the Fourth of July din Forbes, of Massachusetts In a statement Issued by.the treasury -t''

nod '''Miss.. Hobbs at Lambertapotnt Curzon ou his election t'\ the' chancel vice president' Mrs. Joseph, Evans ner of the American society! with respect ippine commission., now a member of the Phil. department It Is stated that "&l- .';

representing himself to be possessed lorship has reached $500,000, and W. Bowles California- second! vice president : (to a penny-a-word cable rate !I I To' be a member of hough the treasury statements show, r.f41..
_ of his second dona- Mrs. Belle kina Sherman, nil- across-the Atlantic He the Philippine s deficit In '
large estates England.. lie took W. Astor_ has.. given said: |, commission round.numbers of $60,000.-
-, her California' not; recording secretary Mrs. Henry "We will have I I and secretary of finance 000 In the
to and there deserted lion of $30,000 which he promised on shortly a penny.aI and operations of the" government '!
justice of the
Vier' with anvlnfant, the custody of March 12th I last Mr. Attor's total do- H. Dawson New, Jersey; corres- word cablegram. I am confident that Qregorlo Philippine Islands, during: the flscal) year Just cios- .,' ,}!

wUch: the'' wife ojcured, "Lord'*, nation amounts' to $100,000. pending secretary, Mrs. Frank N. with' the 'alll.tanee of great electrl-j: To Ar."neta. of Manila. ed. the dutch/ is more apparent than '''.

/ 'k' Douglass was"aUeCf.d to haye married In a collision of two train 'at Oakland Sheik, Wyoming; _treasurer! Mrs. C. clans whom we have Interested In the I commission be members of the Philippine real, beinng due to antiquated system

- a number of girls In different parts Cal., six people were killed\ and M. Welsh., Minnesota; auditor Mrs. matter this soon will b, accompllshed. .- '". INdiana and: Newton Rarael 1 W. Gilbert of of bookkeeping which Secretary Cor .

of the United States... .'_ I IJ 'a-tjcore I I! badly Injured. Rudolph Blankenburg,. ,Pennsylvania. ." I IEKCLAX3 |: of the Philippine Islands.Palm a native I ernlzed.elyou is having overhauled ana';! .mod-fAt ,

LvAUNER ",: I In the Chicago: to Ocean balloou BUBONIC PLAGUE, IK CARACAS. ..., (
KMF TO BEAT TIME.
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: Fielding, Antonio CRUELTY OF
HAflDSTROOPS
race T.J. San won __' I I the state department, In Washington "ii1
first price ".although be "did not finish Forces Castroto "
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Admiral .Operated on to Take'Chalk Germany Advance Clock On Hour to Get Chief It Is said there Is nothing.new '
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I'4 From 'Tissues. at, the designated, point his "balloon Presence of Plague. SUitafl'SArniy Treated |In
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'Greater Use of Venezuelan situation the American ,
a ., A New ,York CIt-Speclal, dispatches traveled, over 100. miles farther than Caracas, Venozu la.The" Initiative DaylightL.rndoa I Barbarous Manner. I.,
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from POughkeepsle.asy, that Rear 'Adfinlral -', his nearest competitor. Several of taken by the German"minister to Venezuela ,Eng.-"The daylight bill". Fez, Morrocco-Abd- lalek, chief withdrawn legation and at .Caracas'/has been;' ,4 '
until war'ranting
: 'Robley t), Evans, who Is-spend-] the balloons dropped into Lake )1I bl- ,In 'asking th*' government for A measure by which the United King of, the El-Quar: expeditionary: force ; it. there does some not seem move to be 1'.

r 'Ingth4 summer at La3re.:MOhonkba., [' Ian at the start, of the race and their Information regarding the bubonic dom Is to be, lured 'Into starting the (;who" was captured any probability of the resumption of .
by 'followers
: 'submitted to operation gouut' of
an for ,
''! I(owners wiro saved. after, nrnch'dim-; plague In Caracas, -re.ultecJ In bring-: } day.'s work one hourr.ahead of the ( Mulal l Ilafld ,diplomatic relations, '
The admiral 'h. been I was subjected .
& !,;J .ulrerllll. from[ ins out the first official! recognition ( to hirrlhie ?
i chalky'substance' in" the' culty. time Indicated by-'the'sun recelv-! torture' Saturday, July 4. Ihe United',.Slatesdepartment's
a : tissues.. |c' ". of the existence of the disease in the on account of his refusal ,
? 'A large cbalk.'was 1 I Five" pel-sons .' killed Injured ed'' the : the flag-staffs 'and all government -, '
r quantity- taken] were forty capitoL This admission has been fol- unqualiftediesslng,1of"; ,ee- to surrender. His ,captor*
'oat bT pt. O. W.tJ'oucher.?;? The remit J, and many' rendered homeless owed by the closing-of Infected markets 1 lect committee of the house; of' commons (him In chains wrapped posts and vessels rajt up ""''WA. d .
1. (of the to '. tornado at Fort Summers and let him hang head Glory*.'with forty..1 stites 'In hbiJBof ;' '
operation was greatly. ,.leie I by a juade- and certain Infected stores by order and all indications now'olAt downward : '
11 the admiral.V [loupe,-county. New! Mexico.- cf tile local authorities., : "0Ita' while they lathed; him to 'the admission Oklahoma to, .
I ? becominng effecU'd! '
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!.=, \ : of Intelligence through the buttorman. lfEN OF'' MJS8OUL''' 'Do no :

t1; t:. ., , \ He did not tell 'It, to her with severe; '

- . ._. "CMOMWARDlfa ...... with his own tips-the news was .too '
. ' stale for that-but bought,by ac-' Afrlevltsiral, Repert Shows Ne headacheswhen ,

; .11"! II.i client, In print: wrapped' round a Other Preset ef State so Valuable " '

1011&1'11D1& ili parcel of the' "best It. Is1 a .
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method by which Imaginative1 llte"ature.'al. -

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-i ,..... .. ByJAMEPAYN.CHAPTER ' ., lake was a matter of fact. There had The Missouri hen promises to become

... ...... ____.;...;..aa_. ._._ .. ..i; ; been a .time, when. Jeannette"would even more famous than the Mislourl +
..... :.;.:.;,-.;;;.; ;;;;;;..,<'-..---.--.---"-.--- .-.- have gone straight to her mistressand mule and much more profitable-

""'.: discoursed of the sensational lnIdent to the Missouri. farmer and fancier. .O sCE I tal sF

'" ,XXIIL 10' Um'aece4 on' his hands like lead; with Infinite gusto; but -'the According to report just completed' H.C III KH

Continued."If : there were two books upon the table poor waiting maid had lost her nerve, by the Missouri State Agricultural

and though he .had never taken any she had -longer :'confidence In College, during 190T 51.0to.000 dotem -
no any '
It la your loss;-but bow, am ,Ito pleasure In 'reading he carelesslytook her own judgment; .and O' far from of eggs wen shipped' from Missouri ....a ,.Af\K .S
be certain of that You are not j jso ate of them up. It chanced to the to, other parts of the United l y
rejoicing as of yore, In handling I You.
Will Cure
very straightforward that I should States not the thousandsof
be a Cambridge calendar:, lefty no ribbons pt an Intrigue. could' hardly counting' '
'take your word for that. We sink pr doubt by some undergraduate' who drive" a gig .as a free agent. She. did,, dotens consumed at -tb.' tables of 'The liter Ia the maID epring for the whole body. To expect, "

swlmr together 'my young friend used the bouse. He turned to his however .take certain steps, the re- Mlssourlaqs. No. other farm producthas ROOd health, one. must\; keep the Unr ID ROOd ord.r. 1'0 db NoII'

mind .tbat. It I.. very well for -you own name,, second on the list. of : suit of which, tbat two ladles yielded so much profit ...the hen; a regulator. aeeded. Norbfne will put'your liver In. the eondlllon '

to' hay. a certanlncome'safely Infested :wranglers.,The sight of It was wormwood he 'older In was''deep 'mourning- the ,The products of the hen sold for more it should be and you wW not suffer from headaObee. ",

,' In_4hlscountry: ; to' b* ,drawn j to him. attire' which the than I.OOi.OOO last ,ear:; ,

e upon at your convenience; but what's' What chances he had,'flung away; younger milliners In describe that as one..of "mill- The "hen fruit belt" lies'contiguous A POSITIVE CUREFOR ,

' 't- to become of me In the'meantime, from what bright promise he ,had Bated crlef"-pre.entecl themselveshe \:o Kansas City where some of the, CONSTIPATION CHILLS AND

while our' schemes are ripening fallen and to what sr depth'! He next at the cottage. At largest and finest poultry farms In the ,

Willie the grass grows the steed threw the- book away with a curse, the sight morning'of the former;; Sophy uttered State are situated. 'The hen Is profitable . FEVER'BILIOUSNESS, MALARIA

t starves; and I am not the sort of animal . and took up the other. "It was'a a piteous cry'and ran Into her as' will be seen by this estimate AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS._

t that takes to starving kindly. "Postofflce Directory He turned stretched out made by the Missouri State'A.lrleul-

."I have money enough for both'of to, his own address In Albany street darling.arms."My :" murmured Aunt' tural.College: Good:

us for a month or' two," said Adair, and.In he city,. In the next edition Maria (for she It was); "welcome.- "Pood for the lieu one year eighty Has Done A World Of
with a flush) on his face, cents products of the hen
he. bitterly reflected, they would not ; average --writes "I hare
{ Texaa.
welcome to the.elld haven! 11,.. 0. D. Philley Marble Palls
"Oh you have, have )'ouT" sneered be there-nor anywhere.It was "No no! not that- sobbed Sophy; 14'0 eggs per annum at two cents used Uerblne and find It the beet liver corrective I have ever \r
the other "In spite of Its being so apiece. 'equals $.,80. or a'net profit wortd of ,
doubtful whether. would ever dare "I have no right to if- tried. It done my: family as well as myself a good e.
deueed difficult to 'raise a few to set foot In England again; yet if And Indeed though the well of $t a hen a year." and I recommend It to aft my friends. I ttorer .userfrombeadacnes ,, ,

"ipoundst! Well It I don't see my way Sophy and her child would not obey of love cad gratitude were' attdrelr ,. Ernest Kellerstrass, owner of the. anymore." .

to'a' thousand pound down, I don't his order. and come out to him he prtng full with her, she had sought highest priced hen In the world who SOc WILL, BUY IT .
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start t -nlllbt. Mr. Adair, the owns the' largest poultry farm In "
would< dare: and then so much the refuge In'question" only'to hide r
_"A thousand pounds! I wouldn't As-he the world, and perhaps the finest
for'tbem. Idly turned
worse Co. I
her face in shame and sorrow. Liniment
give you ,a thousand pence to save. over the leaves he read a. page; 'ot"trades ." I.' not Aunt Maria's equipped, says It costs about one.cent: Ballard Snow '

,your neck from the hangman: ,' ;"' then. halt closing the book, flew.. That/' said Henny your, coming to the'asstance for every err'produc.d.* Mr., Keller- Soo.SoaN.,Second St., ST. LOUIS,,,MO.Spld F
'i It was not a'ple.aant observation strass has ben.'that It costs I1SOO a JJ
repeated the names In their Clrder.wUb' ,
of them both-for, in truth,
Cor one gentleman to- m.keto another only two',mistakesHe' "read It It needed "though she' and' I' year to-1 take care of. but these hens
was
supposed to be ,Ill his confidence; are valued In'' the hundreds Of dollar.
and this time accomplished
again,, to pick, with
have certainly a bone
.moreover,,.it'''",was, accompanied by atone the'featwithout'an error. What an dear, for ''having, hidden away .; 'In fact they cannot be -bought, and Recommended by

and manner so obviously'genuine amazing memory, he possessed; what you from securely. ,We knew, -of i for' It ,I. never known- bat that one

that to..explain[ away In any"parliamentary grasp of mind 'and talent for detail! course us,.-since Jeannette was In charge of these eggs may produce chicken For :Sale at ROBERSON'S DRUG STORE.
I
sense" was out of the U'was Impossible with the funds he of ot-you-'that': were safe...' ....'' worth several thousand dollars, and "
question. ; Mr. Kellerstrass Is averse'to lettinghis -
had to start wit> that be should fall "No.- "no!" interrupted Sophy ; "
For. an, Instant a .very'uglylook!, ,; ,a second time in.utilising such amax- In affrighted no tones; "not safe; that fine breed of crystal white Orplni- KISSIMMEE rs
indeed'crossed; Mr. Dawson's face :. ton chickens P" out of his controlfor
ing gifts I. what, embitters every moment to'me.
which,' when '.the coarse bonhomie a few hundred dollars that he
dined .or'rather supped at.
He ,: .. As for me,, I'do not, deserve
was out of It, was always far from might get for a' setting of eggs
)Jate hourand at a little before eleven to berate fronj him, but I tremble
prepossessing, but the neit.jnoment started for the rendesvous. Bearing fOImv! Innocent child", There are many fine poultry farms RIVER ROUTE.

he burat out laughing. ,? la, mind the warning u Dawson had The: two visitors exchanged signifl- around Kansas City In the "egg belt"

"Upon my life Adalr.," -bei; said given< him,) against being too early, [cant glances but Kellerstraes' owns the finest. On
+ "for a keen, clever fellow,, I*never his farm of ISO acres are his own
notwithstandingthat STEAMER
be went on foot "Had we not better tell her? L1LLIH. STEAMER,,HO8BADA
saw one so- slow to take a joke as it was raining heavily. There whispered Henny over' the still private gas well and electrle light Captain:: Clay,Johnson Sr; Captain Clay JOh..Oa, Jr
you are. You need 'hardly have plant. His hatching pens are heatedby '
was also a strong wind blowing. This But Aunt Maria ; .
bowed head. ere Reguluaeeklytrlps to Baiilnger red return. Roseada leaves Klsslsaeaee
flown out so, even if an 014 pal like naturfcl gas and lighted by elect
reminded him of the night when be could nod assent Sophy had started Tuesdaymorniug, and .arrl,... yUsslmuee! Friday evening.Special ''
me bad asked for the money in earnest of Herbert Per tricity. He has steam heated barns
dogged the footsteps from her embrace with an -..lrdpteeler charter Trips to Lake Okeeo>" obee and Fort Myers on the LUUtv
whereas I asked you for. nothing when they came away from the and, chicken coops, on rubber tired '
+ of the kind. .I said should like to ry ,j wheels that are pushed about over Comfortable accommodation for passengers, Hates reasonable.The .
see It; since without the :'sinews'Tof ball., another ? of?-> "Hark! bark!" she cried. "A the farm. His fine hens all have trap most picturesque Waterway In Florida
There point resem
war It would be useless, to,begin our "blance' of was which he, .wai1 unaware! man's voice |n Willie's room; he has nests and every egg Is automatically her .Passenger and Freight! Rates apply to _
; found out and has come to murder -
campaign at all and r we night Just his own footsteps were being dogged, us stamped with the time and date It Is .. OLAY' JOHNSON SO. Proprietor,

as well stop where we are and take and with' much greater cunning, he -her" . laid and when hatched out"a careful '. On board,"Ullle.-Klaslmmee,,FUThe
,Before either of, her companions.!
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chances. Is of the "bt the
our amateur detective register kept growth -
had been but'an
R, .For aD"I-nt.' Adklr seemed to and this, was 'a professional. Along could' she, putout had;; rushed her, hand'to from'the restraintier room young chicken.: ,Its weights and measurements '
hesitate then he threw open his coat are taken at regular intervals -
Strand and street and then
the Fleet t
the floor The others followed
tox :
and pulled out his bundle of bank. by tipper and lt.br the time the chick has
harrow thoroughfares
Into' the ,
could.
l quickly as they "
as
notes J"> '' reached ('the'ace'of six months It Is
't-j'*' re ', ; the river side, this man'pursue4 him : Soph,.'. ears bad not deceived her; :, Girl and Her Job
:rh* 1\ Is a rthoasand'ypounde ''save that healways kept upon' the found to contain well qualified points
the above
there was a man In. room .
..,,tbere-and more,":: he' eEcl.lme-d..ul- 'opposite side of the'way-like'his : that will go toward making It a win ..
\v.lenly.:,'"'No", .' look here.,., I'm safe till shadow.At the corner of Miller where the child lay, sitting by the ner at the poultry shows It Is put In
own :
child 'with
to-morrow; but don't let'a have any and took out his side of the a huge picture with the fancy chicken. If not It Is :
street Adair stopped pgoocL
hand; which she regarding H
more cursed nonsense. about not going wanted but five minutesto book In.bl. was cast off 'and killed and fed to tb.frm By, H.rberlJ.
watcU.\ It
attentively. An old m.n'IDdeep
tonight's"Cnrtalnlynot'returned midnight. -Then he turned the mourning but with a race"-of hands : r HERE are few employers who realize the Importance of edit.: :;,

; ,the other coiner of the street and made rapidly! quiet content and exquisite+>"tender I Kellerstraii owns 1000 of'. 8000 eating stenographer, Girls who take dictation as a7

quietly; only there's nothing 'for the river.. His pursuer 'seeing n.... Little Willie'and h. were obviously -- chickens, among which are tOO i or T II rule have had little better than. a'public school course. iA

r like being :frank* and" 'above, board- him pause, had slunk into..gateway, on the best of terms, and \she more hens _end roosters, valued at few perhaps, have gone halt way through high school, but '.)
/with friends. < taken' by his rapid from'$250 to SSOOO. An order for a the English language la rldlcu-5:
and, unawares wan prattling away la the most coal even so. knowledge'of ,.
"It this moral axiom was, meantas 91000 ehl k.n.I..n: ordlnar:, bust '
thrown more behind ;
movement was fidentlal and artless manner.. For lously limited.
an encouragement for his com pan- him than he had been heretofore. the mother's face did not turn' ness transaction with him. ,He.sold. > It Is necessary for the employer then to devise menu

.. Ion"to go Into figures, It failed' of Its When he also.turned Into the street;; first once to her darling; she flung herseli, 'Mme.. Paderewskl five11 birds. .recentlyfor'$1500 and methods of teaching the girls something of the,simpler

Intent for Adalr,, rolled up the notes which fWas of no great length Adair at the>newcomer's kneesj" and bunt apiece. ;;. ;,,... :. . i rules for writing in good style if he will take the troubleto
and'placed themJn: his breast originated the'.crystal.
again Xellerstrass
,. had almost, reached the bottom of_It. into tears ; v >I'" do this, it will not be long before marked Improvement.In. the ""teao- w
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pocket white Orpington breed of chickens .
wben, be suddenly lost sight of him. The canon Caressed her In silencefor graphic work turned out will\ be noticed. .
1' "At midnight then at Miller street which- have become so popular with .
hastened his steps, andquickly stssMgrapfc
i The detective some moments. He had no great I know of a large mall order house which employs over fifty
.. ,,, "
atalrs. the boat will be .IUD,. he fanciers and breeders.. A portrait of '
I reached'the very spot.- his i salaried girls none of them earning more ibis twelve ,
confidence Just then In own pow- They are not high .
ers.
f'Asi 'sure as,, death, 'or at least had his $5000 hen Is being made to adorn
Imagined where-rAdalr disap and when be'used dollars work ranks the beat I have ever seen The n
ers of speech: : a week, but their among .
was :
,Xlockwork: the dry rejoinder. warehouse the'State House at Jefferson City Mo. '
It was a large .
peared. them was- careful to avoid too pronounced secret Is this:
"As you don't go home It seems; ,' -New York Herald;
+ iwhy shouldn't the time with a'' huge crane depending from a tone of tenderness. The firm hires a' man who has entire charge of.the stenographic,depart-;
to- .
we
pass it. and Its great'doors were closed: "You mustn't give way like that, Ii' ., rnent He assembles all the girls once a week and delivers a ten-minute talk,
tether It was Impossible. h, felt that they Office Fifty ore.n'la One Family., Is from time to time a"
my, dear Sophy. he said, on good English. Supplementing this, each girl given
"No, I have something to do. said A remarkable feature ot'the election
could have been opened, and'shut ly."We shall\ have the mimeograph sheet of Implicit Instructions regarding-points to be observed.la
'reproYlnlr-1
:Adair taking his hat held this week Ia'comm'lItect
up ,
tlme.1'et the .
so1'short a "
within down'upon us. paragraphng.. etc One.sheet Is devoted
Chancery natters of punctuation capitalisation
"Well, don'tbe late but on the upon In'Tarmonth .township :where
man was gone.The detective placeda Indeed' f the correct form of the more common '
other hand (.t won't do to be, much and And' that T>rD; Ross, a' Democrat ',was elected to the use' of the comma) another shows : {
his lips shrill j jbel'
whistle gave personage looked amased enough at abbreviations, and still another, the rules for using capitals.
too early. To be hanging about the Supervisor: It, transpires' that" for
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signal..twice repeated. Within three "I told the general assembly and.the..
emotion. for
'f mother's was I Occasionally more time 1s appropriated ,
the boat near
stairs before arrives will excite upward of fifty years, or during r.
minutes there were two policemenwith below- till Aunt Maria had bee ,A number of prizes are"
to wait meeting Is turned Into an old-fashioned spelling ,
suspicionWith that curt, sidelong I.the whole of the township' existence -
their bull's eyes assisting him for visit" be went ; Interest In'Ul. event,: It 1s said they brass,,
nod ,which is the sign of adieu prepared.yo my the office of Supervisor has been awarded, and the girls show great t
s In. his search. He told them hurried "though why I should have' become -- order to be well ?{
V between familiars who are not ly what bad happened and one pi on; a"-formidable to in the Ross family, :Ross grand up their spelling (or days in prepared. '
irlendsthe two parted. 'Hardly had such person father'one*et the earliest.settlers In e'"
to'the bank. As l'
river
them ran on ,, but Ithought W .
sure.I.can't' tell
I'm
; IS M
you+ '
the door closed behind Adair was'for'many
when Sarlnaw
: ,County,. years
boat with sU ,
he reached It. a light< In the'meantime I'would're '\
Dawson stamped twice upon the floor men in her four of them rowing, with my god- Supervisor during a'nd before Civil .. ... .. 'J\OI.:." :tV'o4 ,t

a signal which was promptly answered and two in the stern shot out from. new my acquaintance War.daa" When he became too old ...

by the younger of the two stairs. child. to continue the duties th.' omc. _...-ft.ft.; 'I.,."
under-the not She "'" ,
r men who had been passengers In-the air said'' h., Still Sophy did spesk. descended to his son.' 'II, the same - ----V-U UL
has }
"He got away ; had. 'on.1ofltbe canon's
got'hold.of
train with Robert, Aldred. f name, who Ilkiwlse held It for many '
policeman running back to make his of his efforts to '
In '
hands 'and- spite
"Quick, follow that fellow and years.--Now comes the "grandson.who Rum h
tell
'' report' "in -a ship's gig down the withdraw It;:;was kissing It, to Ills Intense ,r. .. 'f.p. ;
me where he goes. Within five river.1.' lithe third In direct, family line'to. ,
mlnutel' the emissary returned with .; embarrassment aol44.be.office' 'of Supervisor in Tay-
'
C j' don't believe It," said therdetectlve. be Continued. : J. :
To '
.a Kong face. ., "Ha' never moved a yard ... "\ mouth. ''H ,I s believed/not/ another Sy :Ram .", Benson. : ,:,
-
Fool! He has given you the beyond {this spot,," and he struck his ': 'I 'ecordtlnVDffi4t/holdlag'sucb! .as this '
slip" '' upon..the ground The sound it laws and Dlxon's Line Gene./ a;, can be found In tile''State'of Michigan. I ii UM Is,a variety ot'things, ranging roughly*from-.' the bitters', /;( '

"It Is not that; there's some one root was dull and hollow. They were A Democrat stood watching a Republican -Saslnaw" .Co". -respondent Detroit, 'D of the unco bunked to the booze of the bacchanal, ,",,y I.l

after him already." standing gave on a cellar trap --" > parade In Sedalla. "You Free Press, '" - I .K-: II If efforts to abolish rum have proved fenlfermly unavalttfing.

"Tin thousand devils! Not one of never hear the band play 'Dixie' for I II It Is perhaps beeau.e' the time has not arrived when we) '

Ac'' our people, surely" 11' ,Republican meeting, do yoy?" he bl/r.mlt: Railroading can spare so effectual a.scapegoat for carrying tbe.sins{ of.

"No such luck it's, a detective CH AFTER""XxrV. remarked. ''Why, the hand Is likelyto The- exceedingly difficult countryoverr'which'Austrian'rallroads human weakness. Mankind fancies that If It weren't. ,-.,

I've seen his face In Scotland Yard, 'Willie's.. Will e strike up 'Dixie' before they reach ,: 'art 'lit" tl', rum It'would be middling decent and, couceivab&'thf r.luslon

and, what's more to the purpose, he's Weeks' elapsed before the secluded the Court House" said a Republican constructednecessarily; making',the Is .worth all that Intemperance"costs thenu"; ,

I seen mine." home which Jeanette had found for brother. "I'll vote the Republican cost optratlnx steam .1ocomo ", all 'events, relieves the'raoeoI'r..pou.lbUIt for'I. '

"You white livered hound! No her' mistress received any visitor. Security ticket It they do," said the followerof (:ee.'e.w, paused the railway Is entitled to consideration'for: responsibility* Is' what differentiates'uVtbe : 'Iijoo

;' matter that will do." from the pursuit ot'bu-.bId- I Jefferson: "I've got that bet" officials to study the.question of electrical beasts and gives the beasts all the best'of It In the pursuit happl _.

"'" Left to hllJ1.elf. Dawson felt ,tfoxnuslng. band was the' one aspiration of her said 'the Republican. Thea.he pursued . traction. It 1s now proposed to Rum,. wrongfulness and rebates have called .forth so much'distinguished

..:( "He's safe ror-DIht.! Is s5nl, and while that remained In. the -band leader. Before they I electrify, 2000>> miles of trunk line sys virtue, both religious and civic. teat It Is ,difficult to say _what'we should "ever. ,

\ he?. That means that they are con- doubt she was'unable'to'enJoy! : :'the reached i the Court House the band tern The* Arlberg tunnel, which have done without them.-From: Life C .. '

r 'nlvlng at his flightfor madam' full, fruition of .her, freedom., The played "Dbl'KaDl',City Star serves .a'large'traffic Is seven ,WI 'Iys

sake they will not' arrest, him. A quiet"of"the place: ', and 'its environments miles' long'will; b. 'tbe Drat section, .

,' .. .virtuous woman Is to the '-scents and sounds of M.H M ....
a. crown her The Last One, considered. .While the Government : :'
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I' ''husband. 'A' thousand pounds? He spring 'th.: marked Jmproyementwhich bas not 'definitely decided on any one N1.M, f: ., .

I had five thousand pounds about him the.. change had already effected The)Bishop ot Worcester was once system lor' all ,the :ines; the three- ::-

Sf.J1e had a penny. I caught the ng- In little Willie filled her with traveling through Banbury'by' rail phase will..ItI. said be adopted for eaMqpehe.rd Yr' : av,

are on the outside note.;; they were joy and thankfulness; but from this and i wishing to try their celebrated the Arlbergsection.!

,_ hundred] 'pounders." new found. happiness, the sense of Its cakes, summoned a boy and asked r Capturing a Husband

,It'was not easy to 'find' a cab In transient character-the 1 po, tblllty him -to procure him'one. Learning On England Tombstones. ,

those regions, but when he had done of some ,misfortune befalling' herworsethaA that the. .price w.. threepence, the There were several epitaphs which

ao Adalr drove to a hotel In .Covent all that'she, had; heretofore ' M.bopca,. Ihelad a sixpence telling ia.doated'oaa for a whileepitaphslike Ey Gaorga Harvuy.: l''+
;'lAnd\ 'wlth.th other threepence ,
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.0.rde6.th.:: same he had put,ap at endured";"-was never absent him that of ''Solon Tyndall Killed bya '
when he, had .come up ,from, 'Cam- .Jeannette could 'not;be persuaded to bur ,a cake for':'yoursblf." The lad< Fall from the Main. topsail'Yard of -.. .... -- d
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.- bridge-to. make that little Investigation speak further of the peril which had shortly returned -complacently' the Bark Amazon In the Harbor of thought- and written years, bow't.'
UCH that was ago on
his 'caka and' handing ,
a .' 'e, ,at, fit. 'iAnne's and secured'a hung over little Willie; but'althollgb threepence-munching back to; the bishop, exclaimed Buenos Ayres on March' 12. 1850.. ,. choose a .wife was good enough for the time, but the recent,r'

private 'sitting'room. A bedroom'he her ignorance of business. affairs prevented : "There was'only' one left He as a season did his duty well ,; reversal of>he 'r.latl..'.ttltll4el of leeter' .Dd'.oucb&, renders -;'

'did not need and to sit In the coffee h..from, 'understanding how co.ernor-Jlaper' Weekly*. But isle foot slipped and from aloft M it valueless Nevertheless, 4Ie.pU.Of: the ,fact'that ..'
would darling's death could: have benefited .
room 'among'strangers t have her he fell.
considering! the points'to heeded and the'precautlonl't>
been Intolerable''bad la 'reality : any human''creature. Sophy Fell" -but to rise andellmb the shrouds be observed by womadktn3r-we find ourselves In fallow;
nothing, to do for arrangements knew that her child had been la danger Dunchureh near' Rugby, claims on highlAnd '
certall1 'cenetal principles may be regarded as established
',' got departure; were complete; but a and from'the hands that nature that Its smithy, original'forge, greet his Master with, a glad 3 field.
''i '. ft la best, for example.-to capture,a husband while)
"Aye aye, a) ,
,sense of .dancer..marnlou.I'; In I Itself should have taught'to defend : which Inspired the famous verses'onThe : v ,c .
'" 'ereaaecl'b,. the little fortune.he'car: hen Village Blacksmith.! ". It is s. Or ibat.which recorded the fate i fAbaalom' he Is,atlll 'young, 'docile end plastic,' Preferably also.a: ,:'
the Creek sliouia ce. la love. He maT.then be trained after the manner beet. ,calculses .+
Shot In
sled with b1m..w.rned''' him 'to lie Everything bowev.r-Including picturesque. plate, and the Ptt. ;.
tree" still flourishes by the Exc'ioilon of, All own Qan.. ,.*>vCollier's. S to verve the convenience of her for wbom' henceforth he must, and. should <
elo...-... It had-dlalncllned him for murder-comes out at last and Mrs. "spreading chestnut : ; .": ,
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'II hislatg\ 'companion's society;: The Johnson under! which name' Jean-, la, front of It. i-Fromthe' North, American Review '';'
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from Amt\ pa-] Sunny South Stables.

..UD EVERY FRIDAY.; log at'Hue four., "or to enter" down to .
and Including '."P....." line live, and
i Office in Valley Gazette, Building.JCIS81MM ( avowed its adoption.The .

BE.O8CEOLA COUNTY.VIA.- motion failed of a mxSand, -INGRAM.. Proprietor.: $ SPRING:
whereupon at request of the President; !

W. J. bears agate'took the chair. I .. \\ \\ \. \ \ \ \ \\\ \ \\
On notion of T, W. Kills!: seconded 1 I
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W. B. HARRIS Editor and Prop'r. .
: lT C. L. Uandy?.the ordinance was dB Aii iirul:27.-11
upon tts flaal.p iaara( and was LIVERY SALE t V !
SUBSCRIPTION RATESl!: I.and. T. W. Ellis and t}. L.. Bandy 1 $
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0-_,._ yo r ... $100 voting and W. J, Hears votjnirno. I Phoro iuaS GOODS"Our
Onooopy.alx _Ute......,............... 60 aye $ ......-.......-............................'..........\N\\N\\\NN\\ $
f Ona_,.Uirw _Ute......... .. MAD
;, -. .-. Bee ordinanl'e'ln another column uf $ ,
> Well equipped with New Stock and Vehicles and ,
authorid this Issue.
aoBununleatlona oxoapt from our
--..-- nta,muat b*alvnod by the writer. The Clerk was Instructed by" the prepared to meet all (ll man R :with: Perfect Satis- i .
XaiaetodalUdfor. maUor will not b nturnod untaaaBntmd
Council to cancel the 10l1u'Nlnjl1lsLfld t _r
_ -- .'--. ---- sale certificates, which after thorough f faction. ., ',
'at UM Pmtoffie K..lmmna.. ..M. Investigation were found to be er- $
p oond.......mall nutter.Friday. roneous. Cerllllcate: No. 129\ of April\ line almost complete -.
e:=- __ :- -. ---= =--._- =-. 6th, 18U2\ : ; No. .11A of April 3rd, 18 3; i. . 'HEAVY HAULING A SPECiALTy.. . i iIt
No 184 of July 2nd 1 lliI.4; Nos. 18018i /! ,. .
w July 1O. 1008.I 1112) 220, 327 2J2: December 2nd. w..w..rr..rwrvw. w..w. wraCity with Ginghams, .Calicoes, -

K. 18115;,. Nos. 118- 143, 287, 28S of AUK f: '
3rd 181MI! ; Nos. 30. 181 i>fig.\ 2nd
took my girl\ \ out ridingOn 18II7J: ; Nos.. 2f1 l. :34, 48, iiO. 80. 70,- lfl.'J: of I..avns.rl1lte 'Goods, Etc. j .
a star and moonlit night; 7th day ut August, 18in ;'Nos. 2.>, 27, :Berber Shop
">Ve did not toe a cow was hiding- 30 :3H, ('0, A8, f>!' /HO), 102; 107 Of Oct
'ins shadow out of let, 1UM( ; No. 1 bi; July 1st, 1107( ; Nox.2U 'rho'l< 'ly' buyer gets the
sight.. 31; M, 121 of September. 2nd 1UOI{ ? :"*" "
No. 33 of 3rd, of.. AUK.! 1003: ; .f\Iju. 21. "
T was just In the act of a&ylnll' of An?, let, 1U<>4. /, NEW AND UPTODATEHot best selection.. : .:.
To the girl I Jove HO dearTh -' There being no further business "
r .t oow! You should have seen me Council adjourned to meet In regular ' '
session Tuesday, Augr. 4tli, 1908. at 7:10:: : '- ; :
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my p: In. .* T. W. 1'Xus, -/ f .

J. It. GIL.IIBRT, IVesidont.Cleric. Yourn for Honest! "Values ,
4L It I I" reported there will\ he only Bhalf and Cold Baths \ .. l

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of this Does -
year.
crop orange

any one .remember year when'lbere' Big tattle Owners.Mr. .Pille? Havana Cigars

_ was a full crop? "' J. P. Hendrv Is'ut home for a J

ahort'tlme'aher about /Qye'weeks on
Wonder If the burning of the schoolhouse Ills cattle range. He Informed us thatIt .LkAtza.

created J light enough to penetrate is.till dry there. Asked the news, .
the brains of our citizens to the he mentioned the fact that' J. P. and

necessity of a fire company? W. J. Hendry had bought the stock of .
J. 'N. Hlount,consisting:of about 2,000 POOL ROOM IN CONNECTION. "
head. Consideration *:2OOOO. Some
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To the feentleraan'who remarked to ae. r .
months ago we chronicled the deal
us tbat the cows were here when we wherebythey became owners of the I
came and If we -didn't' like them we large stock Of T. M. Lvbass. who BUDDED TREES JW.rf*.rfh rfk Jkdtk. >atr.k alkslkadr aacreudkrl.t rflarecrdkollt

could more, we would cull attention to came Into possession of their "...iuabl.orlJnRe .
LINE OF
grove "properly the fact likewise the Indians
that were t .
Creek This large purchase makes the +
here when our forefathers arrived.W llendry boys the biggest c..Lt.leowners Islesworth Nurseries. ]
south of the Calooaahatchle rlrer.
are grateful. Indeed to those Mr. Hendrv stated that his cattle I eA/
who kindly furnish us with Items. pf were looking line In spite of .the late CHASE & CO.. PPOPRJETOHS. 'J. VJ.( HOARD, AGENT FWhlte.VRoseiI
setting. In of the rainy season. The "
news, also our correspondents: but to local demand fur beef at Key West We will bate ready 'for next Fall and Winter planting a general
the would call aU: and Trees of all leading vsrle- '
general public we and Tamua Is good.- When our cattle assortment of Orange Grapefruit
tendon to the fact that It still takes, kings unite with some western packers tie*. Our trees are budded on good healthy rough Lemon and .

money tobuy beans, grit and toffee.s and slaughter and ship the beef 'as SourOrange roots, guaranteed: free from insects pests of any kind. 3 Goods.Canned.Fruits.
prepared canded stuff' to all parts of All budded from bearing trees in our !groves and therefore true to
The subscription price of this' paper bone the world, SouthwestFloridawllloome name. Our facilities" for growing nursery stock are second to i r

dollar a year, in advance to her own great place of power and none and our trees are as fine as money and twenty year's experience I
wealth All this I. Intended for the can produce. We- are) making specialty this season of the
The famous California Valencia Late which la destined to become the .
followingwant ad. appeared In eye of Congressman Sparkman, Sen j
; Jellies.Jams, Marmalades' Vegetables,
greatest money-maker in Florida, Our Valencia buds come direct
elect the other
the Tampa Tribune: ator- Fletcher and mem
hers of our Congressional delegation from the best bearing life In the district now fa mo us for producing :; Fish Etc. -
WANTED-Good lob printer: must bo.aobar.
We want that deeper at Punta the best. Valenclas In California.
roUabM." awtft. ....u.. aoourat* i
and.. unkm. N. drunkarda, tmf-t,mpurmor Oord... Writ for Prices to J. W. HOARD, Cotha Fla., or call and see our Nur : '
elg. ... .smokes.....t apply. Parmanoat In the meantime, can't our Florida aeries at Waco on Florida Midland R. R. S. Floyd & Co. 'a
Railroad Commission and the At -
Plate*for cood. .....Addraai Trlbuna.Siovall jM .
made -mistake.. He wants lantlo Coast Line powers help our -
cattle men to better rates in Florida 'etrW'W'4 9l
an angel not a printer. Just think! the railroad charges MO.a Rrtyr'er'P'P'env'rtr'vP'Yr'V' IF'W 'e''W' -

oar for cattle from Fort Myers to
t' In. 1896 the bankers told us they had Tampa. Think of the short distance,

1 too much m06e,. In 1907 they told usthsY and.that a car contains only 3& cows. .a.A. CAK5ON Joxli M, I.EB. M.' B CAVSON.Ca .

f' did' not have enough, and the la this rate just or equitable? Our le.et. "Ic..I. Ca..'.r. '
cattle Industry ought to be encouraged
i Governmetit:;. had to iro to i their rescue by our public service corporations State Bank of Kissimmee. NEW I SPRING {
,witb; a bond' teens.;! Vil, we don't All Florida would become patrons of

., know anything about !It. We never our-beef raisers Ifoherateswere not sohigh. Kissimtnee Fla.
.-DeSOto County News. ,
'i had the'stuff
enough of at any onetime ....
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j.l A bides WsNtdlsig. PAID IPCAFlTALv.-: *..1 .ft. a SO 000 00
business.,
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JTOCKMOI.DEB SO 000 00
mean that man and wife have lived to
:r Those'who wait unit}) others have a good old age and consequently' IEPOIITO.l8Ic.IT! : :'t.>. .'. IOO OOO OO GOODS
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the kept healthy. The best way to keep ------- r-- -
pushed toboggan the hill and
up healthy to see that your liver'does Prompt a.d'tfaref Ml Attention. Kivcat to a'. Matters ..- ..
...then climb aboard and demand a front Its duty 36S days out of 35. The only trusted to uc.. xcnaM8es: Rood at all point* at cheapest
seat In the slide down,.remind us of way to do this Is to. keep Ballard's rates.. *
,. the/.no" who stayed at' home during Heroine the house and take It whenever YOUR BUSINESS' SOLICITED. .'
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1"' the war' and after battle In which your liver !gets Inactive.. 60 cents ' I
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per bottle Sold by Roberson's Pharmacy. ':
our troops were successful would ; (,'" ,," ", \;" ,t. J -.j
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is'always found In the same house : ; ;' ?",' r "', '". .. . ) : -( N, :"', .,r lc': .
r bell. VV with Ballard's Snow Liniment. It :' .
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FertilizersFOR C'O; '
.' keeps every member of the family free STANFORDBARGAINS .
: It would be bad for a store if the from aches and pains, It heals cuts, .
burns.and scalds and cures rheumatism
r fi people were never certain aboMt. finding ; neuralgia, lumbago and all muscular ;CITRUS AND ALL OTHER CROPS.FERTILIZElTMATERIALS. - -- -
i It open for business-If It "'.kll). soreness and stiffness. 25o, 5Oc

ped" a few days now 'and then apprehending and 1.00 a bottle. Sold by Roberson' 3

i a dull ,.business. I H (s only Pharmacy. AT CASH STORE. i
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,! somewhat$. less bad for 'a store when Notice. .

p y :; ''peoule\ can never be certain of finding ,.'"<
i The members of the new Democratic.
jjts advertisements In their paper- Executive Committee are requested to Calico\ flc f*>r yd. Pictures and] Picture Frames, 25o .j? J

when It "skips" a few.days or weeks; meet-at. Court House on Monday, INSECTICIDES 1 iu\ Lawn, 40 In. wide, LXJ |M>ryd.Lace to 3.rX5
now and then In. Its adrertlslng- August 3rd, for the'purpose of organ
ik t Gainesville Sun. Ulng and to transact any other business ,.--FOR ISALE BY- ", i 61 In. wide, worth :20cnells Spool! Thread at 4c.

that may.come before them. 5o.
T. M. MURPHY. L'EE"KISS Ladles'" Union Suit. at 91.00.
to the year 1906 there were 10,000 July 3-tf Chftlniian d. 'M. MMEE Cttsslmere. 1'unU, worth (2.riO, Hell"

persons killed and ''',000. Injured on --- at $1.7.i; Good Door Lock with two' r'. 20c. .

V 'railroads the United States. In the Cut Co prices:! 'on woolen. gooas at Stanford AGENT FOR Pin Strip' Pants worth II.A, sell) ut o Nice I Suits Clothes worth 914, at $10Onegallon

same vea'r'' In Germany only one person .. 1.00.. I
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Fertilizer Jac Fla. Coffee Pots go' at 160.rt"w .
waskilled and none Injured on Maklnson sells nails 8) Ibs. for 25c Sanders Company: sonvl1le. Jeans Pants, worth $1.7.1. sell at

railroads. In the United Slates the .p111Oe.ly 125. Ores Goods from 15 to 25c ,

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railroads owned byprivat. Individuals '_.n
Public Road Notice. f

is and the operated railroads for are profit.owned by 10O.rmatly Motto I. .hereby.lv.n that It ta the InUntlai You will find Bargains in Shoesf -

of the Board of County Commlailnnara. of O.Mo.a
the government and opeiated for the County. Florida,at th.. net regular martin. at a1sy' Machinery Co. ..

3r benefit and convenience of the public add Board, to" b. h.ld... .........".th. BH day orA..t. Every Day in the Week.ROLLINS .

V IUUS, to" mtablkh tb following. nropoMd -

r .'Teachers: ,Appointed.- 1'OIId...public rodi 22 :OfcEAN:.ST.. . . .. . ,..JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Portable .
Borlnnlm. yard west at the aouthaaat wmrof ,
At the regular! meeting of the School ....uon PI. In township. Houth mop SOmat. and Stationary Engines-1!! COLLEGE. '
l>s Board on Tuesday the following .thmea runnfns'aaat to the _t..t eomtror ,Saw Mills, Wood.wrklnaMachin- i .
-M teachers were appointed for the ensuing awU,, of..< &. term:. -mnsra.lnt raeedne at that point u.. public.... general line of supnlles. Complete 'I OLDEST COLLEGE.

School No. -Mlss Resale Lawson. batwaan Ktealmmaa and. BaaMnavr) said mad tab V line carried In stock for Immediate' College' Academy, and Sehools of Music, hxpressionFlne: : Arts, Domes
School No.' 8-Mrs. J. H. Steffee. *thirty fan old. Aftwn fist en aaeh side of ,shipment. Sold on easy terms.. tic and Industrial Art and Business.
%y School No. 10-Miss Mary Waldron. said d...-Ibooot l rout: -------- Carnegie! Hill and third meiTi dormitory now going up; oloolrlella-hta1:.u.III.ucllunallOe
1, err .School No. 23-Miss Maoel Tlson. Witness my hand aa .a.oftklo Clerk 0'.lei i It will pay you to consult 'u* before bent:|large fo..llyl perfect. '" health condlt".1 "no .rmnalmn..thlano' Cold;IleDDI"CIOurU.
/ *School' No. 05-Miss Nellie WetberOOI"SMf -. Baard.at.It IaAlmm.., riorida.this nth day of cry buying. Postal will bring our 1.lea.man. millfondoll.raenldtowmentl!epeneesmodepateecho.nhIp! erillable Chd.uan' quarter DDII.-of a
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bee V.. an37rir
A P. K. U LESLEY Write for Illustrated ..
wm..i\1.t.; catalogue
+ & \ Olark. Circuit Court,' .
q a Oae.ol.County.Fkdda.l! .., and price CHARACTER
4 SchoolNo. 28-A. R. Roebuck first (ass:) lly A 'THUD K. DON KG AN. .. CULTURE
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ti' assistant y tM*MM> Asrntt OI.br.Ud d Farouhar EnsrtnM.Bollm and Saw UIIUr .
; Miss Leila Roper, primary Deputy Club
department.. . h I ..A Next session begins\ October 7. For catalogues address the President,

'il;,. '. ,,aD'.' No.-l3-Fred' Harvey,' assist"- Notice of Final Discharge I ..ltiter......i1r.ltr.... iti.A.eu1+r..Ar V"l'tect/kr r&9IS afhueaa0. at4Picture. WM. F. BLACKMAN Ph. D., Winter Park, Fla. 4.

;:wk !f: School No.'3-MIss Rachel Teske. Nolle,to....."" *lv n to all whom It may cwn-
?i'!: ," School No., 20 .(DOJoa'ed-EJI.) J, oem that als monthaftvr daM I will.present to Moulding.I nov I (OK

Long. the County.udn of O-o-ola Bounty a' hU om... J. THOJUPSOJ$ I P"c
";. ": 'If florida Goes Div' In Klaalmmo City my aeeonnU and roueh.re toether ia I i iI ';J
with my Anal report and ark for II Anal All Kinds of Frames L
'' dUoharc admlnlatrator of th ...... $2.15 THE GOOD OLD TIME' )
y will I *of Annlot SUMMER
; not help the man or woman who .....k....d-c-a-.il.1at. ..of uld co n\7. T FUNERAL DIRECTOR ::1 I made to-Order, ,
ft* a craving appetite for drink. The Cs.e : k H WHEN YOU NE8DI ,;
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July lat. ISO* GEO. F.
PARKER
lire must. be removed." If'you hay I .. EMBALMER
loneso. LICENSED

friend to or relative from the whom YOU would\ -'.' 'Admlnfaitratar't - 4 V J I PORCH CHAIRS |
save drink'or drug < I Prompt attention Given to .1
bit. write Immediately for conflden. '
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Notice. : kl
{K JaJ lnformatloo. to The orders sent by mall or
Keeley l oat Mao } t w.km cm J.OOO ronk CUlraok sale.
Nice Line Ladies and
//f.J.;ute, Jacksonville, Fla.- tf To all whom It may eoMan: j ,of telegraph. .. -r_ Vic'
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t That on Aunat Brd. l IIIIIN,I will apply to the I .
,Oar spring} book 'of samples for H_ Minor Judr. o< "Ui" Ttk'JodleMCIrvult Gent Burial) ObU.' .' " ---.i.---- ..... __.__._. _J __
.i made to measure garments, le4N ,at Tltawrlll. or wb.r....,- the court may 9' Fesidence WestSide,: of .!era s..a... aq. ---."-".'... ..."....'M'-''.'..aem.rer
with all the new things, come b*tmt authority to adopt Edna Mont ITUk.n-| fc PHONE'7Q.ser . ', Court_House/Square +..wr.pot aM1.yaMIeMAa .
And good selection fantdu.hUraO. W. WllkUL 4f
I' get a .
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-. The KISSlmmee Va lieu Gazette ingersoil Midget watches. $i2.00< atKau's. I. Then \I a popular demand for more ROGERS' LIVERWORTTAR -
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.' I pavecj sidewalks In Klsslmmee. and a AND OANCHALAOUA NOTICE.Xottee
.. ---- - -.-- ? good place to begin would be on Em- For the TKLKPHON NO 11. The Pay Stocking for children and matt:street leading from Broadway to A.lbm..d Bn>ii..lilU' >.nd .11 LmmoompUieUniHnf heribj given that the-lollowlos;donerlbeil lands, or M miuih thereof a. will be x
toeoiuuinpUuu. Liverwort. T.r and D_ ary to. the amount due for torein . .
the court bouse. With the exceptionof pay saw Mt oppo.ll the Name tosreUier with emt.1
ladles at Stanford Co. Mild. Cherry, h.o for agv. m.nulned ..0mtibllahBd ..."b eels and adrertlirinii. will be mold at pobllo ....Uo" on the 3rd day of Au furt, A. A. It**.at
.. Broadway this street 1 t. used more rand.rd hrnnedy. p
repiil.tlon ae a oou> YI'.lmmee: City, In Ihe County of OeoeeUsntlBlnto of Florida. ,
,. than and nice It coiiUlut no orlum or harmIWdmt.oanb. .
\ PUBL1SHEDUEVERY> FRIDAY Mr. C. Wi Griffin and faintly are any other' in town cement -
iclven' with ..,,,1, to visiting; relatives at New Smyrna. or asphalt sidewalks would add old only\>j Oneeola Pharmacy.
? -BY- much to lu attractiveness, a* well as

.'f'; '' *.'. w..S3. MA....I_. Mr. 'L. H. Jenkins,, of Narcoossee, to the comfort of pedestrian. DESCRIPTION ot.D. : in OWNER, rn ,

: visited friends town thl week. The HotIp Mission Society of f the (
3al

s.r'. OFFICIAL WEATHER "BTPOHT.r Mrs.,. F. W Hill and son Victor of Methodist church held a "TalentTea" Osceola County IEte: !: ". .... :"......,........ l II' sou.7Ni* M ...."._ fl0........,,:....
terr.p.ratwr.for week ......1... Thuraar77el7 at the home of Mr. Mason .. ..... .. 4O ".."..1111................ .. J
II ISO. Narcoossee, were in town hopping Tiller Kit Friday afternoon, at whicha 'rnO'II.t au4neijofn..q' ....,....: a ** .4. 1e UhlwLlC... ........, .. 1550
yesterday. goodly. number 'Of the member : . ........ ... .,...... a/: 9W ste .u H...,, 4 50
Ralfto Abstract Company N .. ....... ..... .. ., ....:.. ... v 2.t! He 4(1 IlVnreek Allen.'.'.".!'. .i 4ftO
..... Mint taiL were present. Mr. Woodward readan AII. .... ... .. ... ... .. .. .. .... .... a w7s S*. &all BmplreL adCp..jw,.. .J
Use old newspaper In your house Interesting sketch of the life and X > All . .. ... .... ... . .. ;". ..... 10 $7s, M* M1 XBPtre Land Co. .... .. /0a !
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- cleaning. We sell them at this office work of Anna Wilkins In LIberia -- -- 1Jt t1 u.n All. .. ... ; :a. ..... .. ..... ..... ./... II n* ate S47 Empire Lend Co ... *
S. H. BULLOdR.'MAI'IAGIR.Re..l AIi..4. m see 040 Buplra Land Co .:... .. !
jye.w, ? . .. $t 7t at 20o per hundred. Africa The talent returned 1 A!II.! . .. . .. ... ..... .... ... 123 ....1'1. 11401 MO r.rnplrwLaodCo.., .... .. .. a a**.
trI f aoroumedto tS.flfi.\ Delicious cake All, ,... .ro.. .. . 14 S7.S He 84:1: Umpire Land Co .. .. C eo
Eta ... PI .to Miss Erse Overstreet, returned on and Ice erearti were .served by the { estate AIL... ....,.., ....... .... .. ....: SI. 114. $41 Binplre Land Co .t..,.. .q.
. .. ..,. .. I 113, Nt''of nwj(.. ....... .. IM Ifltalss IIIe tt ..
70 Monday from Orlando where she ha hostess, assisted bj Mr. Thou.. Van Title examined and ported on Tboap u Jaoe.. ....... I .
.. ... 1<1 nw (ofawi4oltml.); no. Fie to pam ......14. . .. .. s. '
sw.0laetfteas
".........sa. .. ... till 11 been. nursing for the past three Du .ol'. and a very pleasant and profit* (Taxes paid for nonresidents .,. . .. ..I.... .... ,.IS no.I (Me lit ,.)oh.4.. ... ...,.... 1M
.. 63 'fO .81 Ife' ... .. ,..... .... ..... .
Thursday I month able roepting was enjoyed Instruments relating to real estate .. .. KM Sirs 140 Be-Lilly .. .. 1 4.
N. otn.//: ... .. ... .. .. .. .. ....... H .IN. S te 4O Ben Arnold .. ... . .. ..
I On Monday morning.. lat Messrs. P. carefully drawnCorrespondence .. .. .... ..' .. I* at* a:.. IM'.oIu."a.. ... see
.1'C": .-- Mr. F. W. Stalker returned borne A. and Frank,VansAgroew were out on Ntaof.et4.! of s''i ol'iwi(, aha 1.Xb rof ""
last evening from Arkansas, where he Solicited.rjAt moor of II.", .wW and mo. vi 70 Q ,
WWNMNM been months vacation the lawn In front of the FeU'm..n.loD. lc1a w 21,d. i 7O yd.e U yd. to....; "
has spending
a .t the Point, when a pup. which be tin be7atneearof.w4ofswijrunsS i \
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among old friend the house canoe along, ZN jo* 111' 2'AII.<.. aUOydee2Mrd: >.. a* IL'te.. IIIe 107'. Chandler. H ..... ...... .1 r. p

THI: LOCAL fiElD.r'w..cIe. striking. a hot trail near them and following Lot. "I, Henryw'lofnwM .Addereon'. ..-.... nub dlv of U ate.. ate, I. Hoberu fteMla.\ .. .,.... se..
The Village Improvement Societywill '
1 It to a large: clump of bamboo aaraki.. Lou :-A and ass Han! Addemop'i'.subdsvofnwf . .'
meet as the Inn DeaL .Tuesday near tie corner of the boue. The gentlemen rL.t R"1' ol DW. (,.,>, .. ... .. M ice" W: 2v/ (II IIpie Y. ... .. : ..,. 1 el
afternoon at.'4 o'otiock All /members paid little attention to tibe dog M. L ti..,.....-. ...... 11 B,. Site. 11II lIa..(We.. ...... .. .... I tit
AII.o'rl.\ ,., ,.,7.... ..1 87 .
' be acs *M> Umpire. Land Co.... ...
aMA'EK are urged to present.The thinking: he was polblyafter a stray All.of rt."w. . ... 14 87. WeKle SiO Xvplre Lead Ca .. .... .. Jiti '
cat, until he became very much excited 1 Real'' Estate Agency. = All nf river '. . . ; 24. meJ lee Knl>lr.lAnd Co .. .. . .4,
the Turner Orlando. Christian and Missionary Alliance around the bark. BeUofaeU, .... ...i.. ..1.i i .. Me see 40 ftullivea H ... ..... sa !
will meet at the Alliance Hall running bamboo : fMol oeiJ and< sH jO' of4 .. ... 4 Vm mm lOll Carroll: D ......... .". I ., .
Go to Maklnson' for nails. nextTuesdav evening at 7:30. Mr ln*, and finally jumping up Into the Coll. ........i.. ... .,, .' 10 .AaSI 0e M nuIBvanw.?e..4/... .. 194 .'
thick clump and engaging in a d..per'ate d Kj60f.0'wUofMU.. '., 2fto ... IO Vnknews............., . N
> Boy suit at Cash Bare.Dwell1 .foster will presch.Mr Realty bought sold. Ior.w)4ofrw4of534 .. . ;. . 111 2fJ100; 4 glmme.W1'iso. d ,
i fight with come animal which they N. ofewi(...,... _... .....:. ...."... S* eVfcS :tI* 40'eullivaepud'... .. .. 44T1M
g.for rent, apply to 1 M. *. W. L.', Winn a.nd cbhuren ieKthis could hear growling, bat could not Houses rented. f N.of.e. "1_bee a*ne nor o1 neUofof : .
" week for to spendthe : see. Finally they went to Lbe're.cu. Taxes paid and Titles 0 "'''' ecu: and russ w.:210t 2l6 tt e . 1 1awi
Dayton Ohio
Tiller. ... ... .
2I4II'.21' n w ) n Vm Hue m Unknown .. ..... IN "
summer. Dr. Winn. !accompanied ; of the dog, parting the stiff canes with. j aped for non-residents. Int., { of awy(.... ....j.I..._t. ....'...... tsi 23eI slLem 8lmmoi .ADdrw t..... I".w
for
Forty rolls of matting at cot them a* far as Jacksonville.Ice their: hand and dragging him forth ol ..} lout net .w par<< runs D )40 ,
cash. S. C. G. How. Co. when It was discovered that hit adver< Fire Life and Accident ydae210v w. ,,40 ,d. .210,d.. ... 1 21. MSZD *4 W1111gSk. ... ........
i Nt4of aw.d! n.y( .. . ....... I* 2S.s . M .. .. . 1.4 '
cake.-and cold which be
can at 'I..rao'IIO..um., surance.:
cream y nary was a .. .. ;. ... . J'nakUDlra.k. "
J ..
Sbaolbarger Or- o'"wl ateIT iMM 40 ..... 11M
For Bicycle, the Pfann building Saturday .after bad killed and was still holding In Ms 4 Indemnity. Bonds.( .1.1i N.74. ; ',., b we IBM 40 CadM Mreri... IN
a lando. "--6t. four o'clock by the girl of the Baptist mouth, when pulled out of the bamboo.: Nw.::r't.i'1..h. . ::. :: > e Z7. VM* 4* BroMO WMHW ..:. :.:;;::: : bay .
church. Every body Invited.Do 1V"P""""' _"" ."' N.tofewMj! ... .. .. .. .t. 0a 40 1I..1'A........ .. .... X54
:;; / Eastman Kodaks'Osceola and supplies. at Starved To Destttts i ....be*T 14 cbi.of nw ear '
rups.Sass1Oo.w6eh..tOoba.. It 2',6 Linen. S .,..... .a.. 'SMtn
.Pharmacy. .' nut forget that the sale of sweet.* what could truthfully be said of B'i' of lot leas a rln IS ft. wide on'sand _

Mr. J : n.. Sloan, a prominent deal aoented soap, three tablets for 10 many children' who die. They .have THE WORLDS GREATEST SEWIH 6 KACK1KE I owned. also by lot Xlas 4 le*Minnie. 16 nora oeolev In nw. and eor I ,I .1)

er in timber land, spent last Saturday cents, closes tomorrow. worm, pool little things-they don'. 14 .._ In.. eor owned \>y 7ebalL
here.' THE HadE! STO E. know It and you don't real\ice it. If 4' LIGHT RUNNING p2lIaandIscrsequarslnmcorowa.db7, o. .
Mr M' O Oliver and lot Ida '
aquareInneeor ;
your child It cross, fretful pasty connplecloned ........... ...: .,. ,. I. "23a 2tm M. Willis kS..s,....:...
Use Plank1 Chill Tonics. Guaran Refrigerators, Ice .cream freeiers and loons weight. for DO apparent Lot a tern a atop 4* yds wide oft i eld.of .

teed Price 2& cent. Sold by all.1 Hammocks, Canopies, and all summer reason give It..White's Cream 1 ...., lot. . . ....... ..... .... U 3M :lie 4* ism)forpt I .t.\ ...... '* .* !w
u.117-8 good at bargain"price*. for O B*/ Mraro< nwVj; nt nwi) n... a 140 .
You will be "
drug-gists.. cash. S.rC. G. UDW.-C0. Vermifuge. surprised at 1 yds w 44*,d. n I4 ,.4. MO Ida ...... 24 a* :lie 12.4 1Mwst.v t W.. ..r.. t ,sIS
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the result and how quickly It. pick. WU of n<*H..t.wU md9avrs.lgwene" .
Miss Liiile Thompson ha none to and up. Bold ,by Robes-son's Pharmacy; .f.iof.w"'ot. : ( .. .. .... 2t 2IIs. ItIe! Ito Ra..JTul..r". ,.
Wanted. truckgrower
-1C spend some lira with relatives Good celery "."o'J". and eJg' of nwj4 ... .. . y al. 87* Ml )XloK.II :: .. '. .. .. S '
eor ft a to to rent 4f acre of land El4ofsN s II+e "* HO McNeil<< .. .,.
and friend tilled\ and irrigated! on Paradise Is Notice: to Contractors.. N."C1''. . .. .. .. II 2'. 27e '40 MeNellL. ........ li
8e of . .. .. . . . . ._. 28 V. :rig, 4*' Pettoway Mavai Store .
*oo
If you need anything' In Winter I..nd.o'or. terms apply to F. Vans Staled bids will be received by the N. .i. . ... .. .' .. .. :ill yin 97. 40 Whitney n1.. :. ......

Goods you save from 2S to60 percent Agnew 20-tf High School Building Committee HoUd.Ne" .. .,,,. .. ...., ....... ...: ..... 's7s.2te! 27e:n. 40 40'par..eNell.few.piri+WavalSioraseo I '

at Stanford Co. At the meeting of of the ton council Maj. T. M< Murpb..cbalJ'man.: until ElLof.w'" ... .. .... ... ......... 14lAe: rig M MoNd1L ... ....:.. I'', ,'
Tuesday night Councilman L. M. 7:30: p. m., Monday, July'27th.' 1908 Et ofof.eJ(...... ."...,......._r.,; .. 111I ,27. 270 b0 HanoocY' f.A.,..."(",...u. .." ..
extensively ad DfwJfamt"..... ...., ...' 1. '
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i : -"Sueslne silks" so and opened immediately thereafter, \j.lr; 86.h24.: 'ri.: .Leo .MaNgiI. .. ...
Whtdden presented his resignation ofnw V i'eWVl \, '. ., n" fit+et. .j' (,
asa BXof( rK: ; and say,, aped'q "''I' ': >
perlodicals -
in all the leading for the erection and of + :
unverified completion a D AI awifofwt4rsvna' iea,, : /'Ie'' '
member of that body and .Mr. II. Af. 7* F. : 2'7. "e0I "nrUyTJ.gdy t
t
t... . on tale at Kali's. : Plane was elected to fill the three-storv 'brick-scbool building,-ao* Lo&i\I'lkIAC..pt.' Storgan' ........"""' .<'I>'i-' \t :IOoI atIa'. 'I.u.... a t ... .. ,.,.........
vacancy cording to plan and specifications LotALII..r'! U s sob 'l\.ofM\ '''''' ; ''' i' ..t''J. ., ,
t'if.. .f Mr. Pfann spentseveral days. I aefo nay( ono. I Camphen fr/:2Ga .>. 1Mte'. : ,-...'2'" (itrickland'AI J 7y '
(1 H. W Cj"f ; : 104: .
laift'week transacting* bu.ineSUtTam At the. special| request of Gen. A. W. prepared !by, W. B. Talluy, architect; ,. I ",,-Vi"1'IAILCOO88EE.' .' A. .v.,e, to
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pa. and Dra elltown. Gllchrlst, democratic. nominee. .Jor 511 Fla. West Building. Jacksonville' alotIA. . . .. ..... .. . . ,.. 20. a. a18 TJa..R.ud Evans B.: 'no ,
Governor Hon. Arthur E. Donegsn r" l HENDON PARK. u

Use old new paper in- your bouse our most efficient deputy Clerk, baa the A certified of check bid for made 2 per cent of to Lot 48. .. .". '! m '111.lro..B'T! / .... .'.. ... .
amount payable
We cell them at thl omce, been appointed a member of the State avItNTMrs B. twM
cleaning. MKai treasurer; must t44Ublk2&.i.! .. .. .. .. .. ..
Democratic. Campaign Committee. accompany Hw.rt. BJ.Wlntl ... ,.. ...
,
at 20o oer hundred. each bid; said t'beclr.to be ferfelted .. WU loa *ulk 411 ..... .... .. ',.,, J.Wlnt . ... M
... LOtl bill tI7. ......... .. . : 11 ........ ... M
Us* old newspaper In y.our.bousecleaning. Don't fail t We sell them' I this olttoe other'eolumn, of what the Home Store contract and execute an Indemnity Lot'lbUI.6.. ..... . .. . .;...,.,,,. ., Brookway. ti Kram E ;r. 01
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I I. offering In dinner set, free on purChases bond written ten! day after the contract ,!- 8E14blkPL ?'BI .1Sb1T101d'. ..
at 2Oe hundred. .. ...... .... .. .
per made before the first of has been awarded. -.roi.ar 1 HdlyJoarpblW. ...... *0
;
August. :
v "; t4.T4! WkPL ; ... >j1l J . .d.ll.flu . . "
"iA"i :
.. 1o1 550
"'t n't.\ot' .\ Agent G. F. Parker left Saturday You .can't afford to miss this The contractor will be required to. I t3 Shoemabr'aaubdlvofb'kQI.!,,.... ,"''Irri.... .': ...f'. "....,., 8 RHhlvtrLK. . .... .. .. .., *1MMM '
to spend month's vacation In genuine bona-fld offer. No strings. execute! an Indemnity. bond for tan 1ywn wantellberaVibratlflhuttle,ftotu7bIaUIUao.MlnlleT"dIC"BUcAJ All bill 1.1 r. ...,.. ,. \ ....,...., ._,. .< ,..... . . ..,... .. ...
Georgia and South Carolina. thousand dollars (10000.00). in a Hrwlu/XadaJD.i write( to J H'i' lot 2 and.Uk BLotlblkn .. ya.> ..,., BEARS'\.JIUDITIOX., .0..., Led. S0'e. ,.. ....... .Sal ,

The residents of the Point enjoyed a company that Is licensed by the State THI HIW HOMI (Will MACIimi COMrAITOrano .Y. ::. ... ... .... .... . AdoJ.'boIdIW. .. ...., ,.It
Stove wood delivered) in town at most delightful picnic and fish fry near of Florida, for the faithful performance I IMau 2 Ltrun. JI..R. r CO..,1LIJIfV17.n4aA l ..'
MiMt bile
0 lie. noulherly nor lot
1.00 per strand the old WhHtDore.place last Fridav. of the contract. )4e.r.ewln., ...chlneaar._w.d.to..Uregerdla..d g.76fta47de0wslfte4adeaw76fts47deg.7lit. 1 : .

.16-tf KJSSIMMFJC: LUMBER Co. There were over a hundred people Address all bide to MaJ.] T. Nf. r r1 ......'1)'.but the' Wow Hoewe)u BUM* 10"- J . ..?. '" .'' 'C .. .c . v, ...... a 0.. .. ....,r ,. ..
/ After dinner the crowd adjourned Murphy, Chairman High School nut out. 1ATRICK'HADI.ITION' <<
Our never .
recent! guaranty
A beautiful assortment of. the new to the residence of Mr. B. F. Building Committee, Ktosltnmee, Reid a>r a e ttao.ssd .ales ..into.rvu .blk 0.... . .. .!..h. LANDS... NOT: P1ATTSD.' ... H.11BP. '., .., :.........:::: .f, .*' "

lace., Filet Clony Valenciennes.eto. at Cobb and spent the Afternoon dancing. Florida .era 'n ..1I.J.! . >
KATZ.' /ojw. Jtt, 2fie l\I4I\ '40 OraharaJuA'. ,. "'j,, 1 sf.
: The right Is reserved by the com .9ml. .w nor of...14 ol DwU runs 4 15'R . 1
a W"Dted.-'l'O ouy an orange grove mittee reject any and all bids. Stanford Carson Graves Hdw. n 210 ft w 2)0) ft a 210 ft v /.!,, .,. ... 28 r.. 2 e '-I MoDermottPetr.......... 120.
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Wi are making exceedinglv close H Beg 210 ft n of iw oor nf wl of nwU .
and truck farm combined on time Building to be completed on or before rua.SRtite1110ftw510Ao210ft. 38 Vm\ v .
2Ie" '
lxijdays 1 Gallecber I"
for the next "
price* on furniture all fruit and produce made on the November 15th. 1908. Co. Klsslmm e. Fla. *'' WEST KIMIMMEK. 1

for casb. tS. C. G. BDW. < O. place to be applied in paying for the Plan and specifications may be obi lot 1 Uk_20.. ... ... .. ,ft.. . ,... Filler. Banoel ...,....... :, M ,

Mr. and Mrs. !H. D. Fuller are UP place till paid for In full I am an tat'nod at the office of the secretary - -(.'I*

from Lakeside Groves. spending' honest bard working white man. P. A. Van Agnew, Klsslmraee, Fla., '. C. L. BANDY. ;.... .

,.several day In town. Address l:. Lee.' R. F. D. No. 2, box or at the office of the .architect, on,or I. TaK Collector. .Osceola County*". r
M. Tampa Fla. 234tUo after July 18th, 1908. 1 -

..' FOR BAUD A good family horse; to Klsslrounee Drug Co., and get. T. M. MURPHY, I
perfect gentle and will OUTLAW,- some delicious Schraffta choobrates... P. A. VANS AGNEW. Chalrm o.-' i ( .', e

, whr* vApply to P. D. I They have a contract with manufacturer Secretary. 0 BULLETIN ,

Nisi of the for fresh pood, shipped direct. 'Millionaire'..' 11 .
Florrie Law.onj one : Baby ,BPPBOTIVB OUNB, .lav
I
from factory, This contract requires x
'
/ popular teacher In the High! School all old good to be shipped back to'I attended by the highest prlceJ'bab, : -

I I. visiting relatives In Columbus, Ga and Dew roods specialist eould not be cured of stomach .
factory shipped
500 Mile Stofe-Pomily Ticket $11,25
or bowel trouble quicker or I ,
be .0u..1 any .
'FOR small Ore- No stale goods' are to offered
SALE At bargain
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safe in good a condition.H. ale. :0 surer than your baby If you give It. : Good over the Atlantic Coast Lin in each State. for the head or dependent d
proof McGee's Baby Elixir Cure dl... '
; member of a family Limited to one from dU of sal .
year 44.
W. TBURMAN. Capt Clay Johnson returned 1eat.er.1 rboea, .dysentery .and' all derangements .. .. ,.

Ills Firsts Overureet left today fur day from Lake Klsslramee, of the stomach or bowel Price 1,000 Mile Interchangeable Individual Ticket, $ "
has been for the past ten days overhauling 26 cent and fiO cents., Sold' by Hot .
, Sanford, where she will be the guest loud Atlantic. Hue Southeast l
and painting the steamer erson's Pharmacy.PILBPILK8I. w over the Coast and 30 other line In the ,
otxMrs. J. I. Anderson for a couple 'aggregating 30,000 miles. Limited tom.. from date of sale.; ,
'of week. Ftoseada and bit large barage. ills ', ., tear ti r
| PILES!
boats'and barges are all now In line .
Dr. J. C. Moore returned Wednesday shape for business, andonly awaltthe William In&lan Pile Ointment wilt.euro C e4. w 2,000'Mile.Firm Ticket. $4Q I. .'
Blind ... ..rhe '
Blcedingeudhobinrptle. It
..from his summer outing) and Is pleasure of Jupiter Pluvlu to resume the '''1110''. the Itching-. one. acn,.-u 4 Good over tbe Atlantic'Coast Line and 30 other. line (In the Southeast,
Osceola Phar ,, +" _II..... gives Instant relief.William.' \ .' mllest for bead
again: on duty at Jhe, operations. . aggregating 30.000 a !manager or of firm and employes
mac,. RabinlM Isdt.P11eOeImentlepreparedforWMs the private .1'\01. Mold" ouljr. by and the limited to flue, but I good for only one of. such .fM'r.lJnt.tat. a time' Lint.
records Including '
New Graphaphone -- .
Florshelm' $5 Patent Oxford Oaceol.Ph.rmaoy.gOo and SI....., ted to one year from date of( sale. -*c ;''_ vXNOTB.I
: arethe some< of the most popular '

correct thing"* to style. comfort, operatic sacred and orchestral music, of Sdiool Committee Paint, and Paper :"' AUUtrhaneaUllDoM. . Tlcketa. of AtlanUe COM Lin.lento yo'
eto. Found at H. C. Stanford Co. received yesterday at the Home Htore. Meeting High : oold prior. to June let will I k*soot.. HMO tine In th State of tlorida

onlv.Mm.. To oerralt of your hearing we wllj' remain I The General School Committee \I Improve andprotectrotir'houae. "._1..and u.-tIer,. '" '. ...

'\ G. M. Pearce and little daughter Olin 'until 9:3O this evening, sat} it hereby cared to meet at the r will be pleased to bring my 1WI 15 Cents '

Lucy will le.e- Monday, for Atlanta this 1 qj1 r showing you the Council Chamber on Friday evening., ample books to your house and "
, on a visit to her slater Mr. J. beauties of the iVllboelln Lamp. July, 17tn at 7:30 o'clock to receive. make any suggestions! the latest. I Saved in'passage fare by purchasingl local ticket from our agent. > .

M. Wood. I Everybody welcome.At and d iscuss the plans for the proposednew decorations that you may desire. I : :
school building, card and I will cheerfully ."
Drop me a '
Mr. M. M. Kitchen formerly of tb.nieetlDI' of the City Council '
MURPHY.
T. M.. furnish estimate on paper'and ATLANTIC.A.A. LINE
Tuesday night. ordinance was :
Loughman'but Jackson- an pass'
DOW livingIn Chairman. painting. r I. t I :. : ; .
'. villa, wa In town on builnest lastSaturday ed which prohibits minors from playing _. I S ''I' .' l
-- --- --r-.y- .
001" billiards in public poolrooms '
or
t ,. 'i ... > ; or from entering or lounging HEALTH ANDVITA'LlTY'r For ticket, reservations or Information..call On nearest Atlantic Coast Line

Principal R., M.: Evans, 'of the O- about such places after 6 o'clock In N.!MVIN. .PILLS i "-'*.<>. Agent, or .', ,.- '

r 'ceola High School, has notified by the evening. This ordinance will meet The r(real Iron and lonie reNtorativ* for men ,, QEPA BA 3. W CARH.. T..P.. A. ' .1.: KinKLAND, D'P.'rAU: f

telephone Tuesday morning that the the approbation of all those. who have sad women, produce,-etreniith end tlm0y ? .1'/ TAMP4.. FLORIDA.. *.t. ?, . :;t ,
sc.hool l build op tbe .,.t.. *. '. building had burned, and came; the welfare of the youth oUJn town at vigor rot Sale by Oceok Pharmacy ,or bv ; r' J. CRAIG ) T; M.
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9+' :. up ,rom Tamp on the noon train.. -- heart. mall tl OQ per box( bozos lot.0.00. .,oltt.l'mo.. FLOIUDA. .,i,,'.\. .. WILMINGTON' .. "N. C,'. I
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!SCHOLARLY SUNDAY SERMON BY experience of Christ and their utter ,

THE flF'1, J. A. IV CA'RNS., liability to find Joy in tbe world mad.. ,
he glory of death. "
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Out of their circumstances and ex.
\ .. "' perlencps can't you catch a gleam of

r Tin-in Tin duty of IVnlli.. something thai Is not ourown Can't .

you see something/ in their clrcunitnnres 'tn Landau there .
'I. 1 one clergyman:
add
In their hearts that we
to *
l lack? I'thlck both every 600 person.
Uelfnst. Ireland.-.Tbe. fatuousPirsbyterlan are abundantly .1
divine, the. Re,'. J. A. R. : lear. :
Cairns, recently delivered the (follow. I :Take our circumstances. We liven It was 139( year ego that -tbe Society

Ing sermon. entitled "The Glory o! i no pagan atmosphere. The of Jl'rJenh founded Its burch. in
Death." He took as Ills that: htirche consecrated to the pi tgram Lynn M..s.Prlnlleg...
"To die Is gain." Phil 121.; of Christ are the most visible objects ---- L

q.1.A. .M'l t-4M4f' '+srrrJbr2 dA t .,. The victory,"-I. Cor. 151| 'of our ('(Ues. They Haunt themselvesn Dresses are being Import- LA
i our faces The bells
157. peal out srltd
fed by the officials l
'la Lbassa. ant
AUDITORIUM AT DENVER. 8CICNR! OH" 'DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION.LAM.UK Is It nut remarkable that the thing notes above the din and clash of a
Tibetan
newspaper is to>> be Issued. 1
hat haunts us like a terror Is the ramc. And what of the Book that
thing that bur rib 'like an Inspiration, to Ia.tbera'up the teaching-the word -
the men who wove together the teach. and works of .JesusT All may. pos- Over 7000\ persons were assisted. Remarkable Recovery. _.-
Ing of this Book? What we try 'to aeu and read It. i In some way by the.Tt velars' Aid. Mm. Frank Stroebe 11.V. D.1,Appleton :'

) qte forget, they strove to remember. To be a Christian ,Is no longer, toe Society ot New 'York,,during ,1'91. ,Wla., writes'I "I began using Pern.. '
sa.rreZbear aG Wllat'wI,! call calamity, they called heroic. A man may confess Christ aa-a fow months ago when my health ,'.

blessing and deliverance. What l without apology.' Nay! The underying Much r of,the tobacco. crown In'East. and strength were all gone, and X WM': : <-
makes us cry, made them rejoice assumption behind all, our ae
voi
zx1 ern Bengal is'' marketed in Calcutta but wreck <* ., -
Md
o ons-Is that nothing a nervous
The clearest teaching of this Book Is a man Is a Christian
y p O qr that"death is glorious. It is an in* To be otherwise man must specific- whence It tit shipped to Burma wheret not sleep cat or rest properly; and 0*

,sat leJ o o v0 o op splratlou. And that teaching makes ally and ostentatiously deny It. We I Is manufactured,Into cheroots, no desire to live' pernna made me look'
e rro the uniqueness of the Christian Cos* tart our life with Christian baptism; --- ,.. 'at life In different light a* I began to
we are hid away with the undying Experts have decided that tho famous regain my loet strength. ",
pel.Let us gather the words of Christian hope above "1 certainly think Pernna I* without
=. Incident,, that ringing St. Paul's Cathedral. In London. "
:) ZZOJ7trtoot M 221 SW seem to present this teaching: our sleeping place. We join our life II safe BO lobg' as thebutldlngs around a rival a tontomndttretifth builder
.. Tho great Teacher.Is going to die. to another; and rear our homes '
y upon It are not disturbed and thus ends a Tlverton ha the oldest water work
lea I w The hlnta'at death the' Christian foundation ill
I grow clear and But
:. Il has ong controversy. of any English town. They were made
I h unmistakable and the hearts of the degenerated to an Idle form. (
set disciples begin to fail them. The labors It has come to be taken for grant.ed. n .... -_. , oI" by Amlcla, Countess of Devon 11112.0.

1 i" rluv rzs von tart, g. and prayers and denials ot those . Men ask for baptism for their The Bishop of London who made and presented tb'tbe town. 'ff-

: busy ministering ;years appear AS children and burial for their dead auch a notable visit to this country In Capudlne Cum lhdlgt> jllon Pains. oj
rut ?rI though they would Issue In nothing. because It Is the usual the expected September,' is now planning to tour' Belch me, Sour. Stomach and Heartburn .

I A ness. Even friendship is going to betaken thing. And brethren don'tyou see Russia neit year and visit some chap. from whatever ('au..., It'e Liquid. Kffccts .
away and out of all those where It has led us to? To a Christian laincies in imlDed letT.' Doctor prarribe it, 10c2Sfl. '
'VAi DS rtRXATL{' years only a memory will be l left formalism' that contains no vltalty that country.About .. aDd 5<5o., at drug stores .
I them. No other Issue seemed possi ;'. no pewee We are living lives i
L = r. I.J ble. They had no knowledge and evold of eiperlence. We do not feel the first ship subsidy ever Egypllancolton land produces,l1ear.' .:

they had no power. da. power of Christ nor do we sea known wan that given by Ferdinand ly tour times as much per acre ..'that
And bow did Jesus face that? he glory of His living presence. We and Isabella of Spain tb Columbus of this country. .w;
!! > TUX FIRM FIXHJR OP! DENVER'S: NEW AVDrTORIl'M IN WIIIUH( What does He say! What ran He mumble words that have no deep when be sailed west for the Indies .
W TIlE I NATIONAL ) NO NXEU TO CUT ronita.
DKMOUUATIC CONVENTION MET. ..
say? lie seems shut up by a logical biding significance. and found America. .
t and J, Section I: Ib.voo fur th. PIVIM-. };"...ki-r'.11atfurruumber of Bout in theV'riou necessity to admit the dark forebodings It Is tragic; It Is horrible. But It Just paint them with AfcBOTT's BAST 110..1.:
Ucilluns U luflltuUxl by.:.,UKUFU*. of Ills I. the spirit ot the 1 i>1410 coast MINT following dlraotlons d5'tbe ''f 4
._ ... ____.___ disciples. But It was Just age. The Chris- ? "t
there that the opportunity for the ian llfe>is losing much because of the Fishes luva no eyelids and n ep8Ia. bottle, and you'll have no more corn. .
new truth came <-just at the point success of Christianity. Because It rlly sleep with their eyes open; they It euros hard corns on top of the tom, sort ,
DENVER AND THE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION when human effort seemed to full and has meaut and baa accomplished ao swallow their food whole hating no corns between them bunions or core; eal- ,

__ _. human Inspiration to die-that its much It means and accomplishes so dental ma hlnery. Frogs, loads and low spot on tbo/eet without cutting,burn' ,:
h meaning could be vaguely felt It not little to-day. Its success Is the cause serpent never take food except tbat log or leaving any sorenms. Wo. at drag ..
Up to'' Saturday there.. was no storming : Charles P. Clark managing editorof 'clearly understood. And His new of our personal loss It Is an old his- which they are certain Is..alive*; stores or by mail| feoniTna i'. ABBOT' Co.,' 1.
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of Denver's gates and the advance the Denver Tlmes.bad an appointment I truth Is this simply-"That death is one truism that success Is the be- Cavannah-, Oa. t.

guard was somewhat below the to confer with Mr. Taggarl at glorious It has a glory all its own. ginning' of defeat, It has happened The narrowest building in the The Most Delicious ..... -;'
John 14 gathers- about that single In' empires and religions it Is the la New Yorkwould'like ,
-average of national conventions, 'owing his headquarter al 10 o'clock Saturday truth. That Is Us meaning Its pur man who has to fight for his faith world three stories high -on a plot Many a Chinaman .

to the distance of Denver jfrom morning.. Instead of calling In pose_"I go to .prepare a place for that holds that faith AS his most Cher- twenty-six Inches wide has bean constructed to have those addled egg, ;

the populous centers, and also belt person, Mr. Clark sent highly Illuminated you. that 'where I .am there 'ye may (abed pos..sslon.'e take Christ as t>n Centre'street Reno Nev., of Andrew Carnegie's! Minorca bona: :
case the government and state restrictions and ribbon-bedecked coal. be also" "Let not your heart be we take our dally bread withoutoce by H. C. Gordon a shoemaker who By a eon of Confucius nothing I* ,

on railroad passe keep back black burro. Accompanying tbe animal troubled neither let it be afraid." thought of. all It means, ot all It leased the ground from a bank. He amore prized than an addled egg. Wf'1t."t:.

the hundreds who have heretofore Mr. Clark sent the following letter That friendship and that Inspiration epresents. sleeps on the top floor has his narrow Americans use 'the term- with great' *, .'
made national conventions the occa; to Mr. Taggart "My Dear Sir: I and that teacblngthat they lovedso And what of our experience? My bench on the second and his license, as H It meant the same .a*
alona for a quadrennlad free excursion. much and feared' BO much to lose dear brethren. U Is because we findur e..1. Far from It. An
am show windows rotten ( ell
sending ;you by a trusted messenger and entrance on the ,
would become Joy In the world and
deeper and fuller and miss the Joy
The arrivals Include the ,
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early and the earliest stageof \..
a rare wonderful Colorado of first. addled I II merely in
eternal because of tbe of Christ that death has been
coming changed
N. Mlssoul delegation headed the \tall' '
by
form ot Senator Stone part of the bird the Rocky mountain nightin death. They would lose nOUllng.thY'would from a glory to a fear from an In- decomposition. The French epl- .r.rcure
a North Carolina delegetlon'beaded; by gale. Ills melodious voice will fiiarfh; : gain much. "1t ye loved plratlon to a dismay. We have When In days gone by. one hon hangs his meats, poultry game; ,

Governor Glenn:; and straggling 'advance ;you early and late and his sweet Me ye would rejoice because I go." grown to love the world-this fading ored In the church died It was customary fish. etc. until they are ,Almost "in

.+ gards of many of the other del- when mile 1 II something to Inspire ;you But you say Christ was somehow dying world-Its' joys Its music. Its to burn sweet smelling Incense sincere." :All' offensive odors dI'ap-' .l
cares of state oppress. HI* unique. "He was tempted In all rewards. We have grown to forget
1 It the deatbrobm In tbe cook'A' rotten eggIs "
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egations.Tliete.. with Judge Parker as a token pear
name la he will
'Denver.: so to
serve points like as we and yet without be sacred, eternal words of Christ
are as
the democratic candidate of 1904; remind you of our city whenever his. sin." With His spiritual vision and to what life Is. and duty and Ood. that the the deceased was one of the foul thing Of earth t but :'

Congressman Clayton of Alabama the brlgbt smile happens to haunt yoU: power we can see how He could be And the years race on busy, grateful roemortsit man. As earyas | a tale egg properly prepared beat .

4' silvertongued'aouthernern; Chief i The Rocky mountain nightingale 1* fearless of death, and find.In It a rich crowded years of labor for place and the r it was customary all the "strictly freshe1 ever. brought
.
Murphy of Tammany Hall and Oov- probably lee most democratic denizen and abiding testimony to the truth money and success. :When the night to lath the bodies of the more to a table. '

..ernor llaskel! of Oklahoma were the :'' of Colorado.. You will find him a ot His Gospel but what of the bur. grows dark and lonely "we cry for I Illustrious; dead with rose water and I want. to claim this Invention and
p chief flugres of national Interest on .friend to rely on and affectionate dened men-the who walk comfort, and when the
as men in day breaks In Egypt the practice also obtained should like to have It patened. trade
the
ground. But there was rather a as a brother. Take this living emblem -. mists and mysteries who lack the with golden beams of light we hasten from an early date. marked and copyrighted. Finding ItImpossible
noticeable absence
of national leaders| of-democracy and treasure him." vision and the power Can death away and we forget. Ws forget! We' '
and soft- ,
1' and'the oonsptcuos figures of former forget! to eat enjoy a
When "Denver" \a taken through'the ever toeless than a terror anjl'devoid
conyenUons-Tlllman. Bailey, Culber- hallways, up the elevator and of glory? Let us _tte'. Take Paul. Ah! It Is the man whose night has WEAK FATHERS HAVE SONS. boiled egg nowadays on account of
t won" Champ. Clark- John .Sharp Wll-: along the .tiled corridors of the Drown Our text is his testimony and confession. been the longest that knows Christ the toughness and preponderance of
'rw ,Hams-and mont of the men of action hotel.this morning be wa apparentlynot "To die is gain the victory he best and fears death the least. Weak Mothers Have Daughter the while. I Instructed my' chef to ....

la the gathering ,were .from the 'ranks well pleased with his" surroundings / 'v There are worse calamities,. than sor-' New German Theory of,Sex give each egg a thorough shaking: before .

e .of local leader find ft required no little physical Paul's life waa' hard. His years ow-acd defeat. One thousand nine Determination.Dr. cooking. The Idea was to .mll..fJ.
t persuasion to make him recall hls were crowded with labors, and denials. hundred years ago Jesus warned us Romme 'and "
There are more automobiles In Den following up Professor perfectly In the shell the white ,
How little against success. It binds 'UI
and
there It
good manners but when ho arrived In response_ "
.' ver 'in proportion to population' than holds Scbenck's researches regarding yellow. It :was exquisitely: success- ,
the committee rooms Denver behaved seemed to be for all he gavel! \And much from u. In the day ot: .
In any city In the west. Few easterners like a perfect gentleman. One what was it that burned before him our own su lclellc1t is hard to see sex, has reached the conclusion tbat :luLL You could never Imagine anything , ;
who came expecting to bate to glossy and ..lal1'Cor a boy is born when the X I '
father
black fide bore the legend In white as the shining goal to. which belonged Christ. Is it not. Impossible Is the better. few days ago
s', dodge.the bullet of rampaging. cow. paint: "My name Is Denver-ask me." to come-v-wbat was tbe inspiration ? weaker of the parents and a girl when bought a milkshake machine such-as;:'

punchers and miners engaged in the while on the other were the words: that warmed, his weary heart And then the days come when the the mother Is tbe weaker, He contend may' ba'.Sell In all public resort in'summer. "
-cheerful ,occupation of shooting up the "I belong to Tom Taggart." It was death. -,"I, am ID'a strait betwixt strength grows weak and the body that !It Is a law of nature that Instead of milk In the-
town watched for the.e things in vain. : ails and the clash of ;t
two-having a desire to depart the world goes'ack
"This bird will be the mascott of the child.,resemble tbe weaker 'glass I .fiHed the latter with
par- cot-,
JL mounted cowboy one of the Frederick and to be with Christ which Is tar > and back,, and ,we lie and watch !
b Remington type In the ,, streets the democratic party this year, said better. Nevertheless to abide In the and watt and think! What comes' ent.He' 'ton and put in the egg. A few turnsof '
of Denver would have his troubles in Mr. Tnggart When"and with him we can flew is more needful to you." "I am bent We grow afraldl ,We have points out that in all countries the crank,and-as Delmore sayeSih
h not lose I go back to French had true 105 or 106 girls are born to 100 'there'
dodging the scurrying automobiles. ready. Henceforth. there I. no fellowship with Him. : you ar.I-NII.! York Press
The ,speed limit seems to be some Lick after the convention. Denver is laid up for me a crown:. We don't know Him. We can't fearlessly boys This proportion I* mathematically .
what higher than' pike's Peak and lost going with me, and ha will be looked And what Is tbe glad note that Peter trust Him. Others tell ot His regular except only after a \VIFK WON.nusbaad .
rl Jn the fleecy cloud paneled against I upon a* one of the attractions'of the strikes to cheer the hearts of keeping. and of the great.dear love great war, Thus among barbarous
the !"turquoise sky." :1 i place. People who come there will those who suffer:and pray and weep ie gave. Others go Into the mists race in Africa and Oceania whichare Finally; Convinced.
want to see the new acpulsltlon to the and wait, What light does he throw singing: and 'crying-Victory! But :
The reception committee; for Oeorgla. I Taggart family and other who want across ''the dark pathway of .their we-we don't know. He hasn't been constantly warring the births Som. me 'ar_ else enough to try

a ;'North, and South Carolina, Florida to wake up early In the morning will tribulation? ''Nevertheless we. ac- experienced and we miss the. certainty show overwhelming( preponderance new foods and beverages and. then ",
,and Alabama met Saturday night be arosed 'by his dulcet chirping and cording to His pr'omiee'ook for new of boys. Dr. Romme contend renerou. ,en01lcb to give others the.
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and appointed subcommittees to meet whistle/' heavens and a new earth wherein Ob, my beloved! I warn you today that this\ prove his law a* the best benefit of their eiperlence. J' ._. .

l.1 the' delegates from these states upon dwelleth righteousness. Wherefore; That day comes. You are and strongest men are sent ,to fight A very "conservative. tils. ,
their arrival la Denver. Each state Denver hat a population of about beloved seeing that ye look for such rower older and weaker and tlrederi! and get killed while the weakest re- however maD jJ
was under the care of a special com 200,000 and the entertainment committee things be diligent that ye may be You will lie down one day And main at borne and survive. let his good wife find out'for .
? mittee and the entire section bad bad a membership of 200,000. found of Him In peace without spot when; the tiredness Is very great and Again when an od man marries herself what a blesslng-Postum Is
I their iteadquarters at room 203 real The convention visitors owned the and blameless." the world has got your best-will you to those who are distressed In many ,
building. The executive committee of> town for the time being. The Denver And wbat consolation stole Into the be able to say "I am ready" "I have a young woman their progeny are ways by drinking coffee. The wife
;wq the Southern society met Saturday afternoon club Denver Athletic club and other heart of that,lonely thinker on Pat gotten the victory?" most often boys nd vice versa. Dr. writes: -

In the office of.C. S. Thomasto organizations turned their qaurtera mos ,- shut! away from work and This certainty only comes out of Rooitne Asserts there are practically "No stave in chains. It .seemed"tome '' p
cooperate In the entertainment of r into houses of entertainment for the friendship :and suffering for the faith la and service to Christ, out of no instances where the strength oi was tnore helpless than I, a coffee, A
:i the'visitors from the south. visitors.. For the purposes of the occasion cross? Who are these that are arrayed experience Christ. Iflnthemonl g both parent Is equal. Worry a captive. Yet there were Innumerable '
the operation, the anti-pas ID the white robes. "These you have no rich memories of.Christ passing Illness\ or mental deprens'.on.: .
warnlngswaklng troubled
is This Mi, convention a mile high, law of the state was suspended and are the.wblcb come'out of the greattribulation inside your heart It you have no'experiences is enough to turn the scale anu cause sleep with from .
& It was the late Amos 'J. Camming*i visitor traveled whither they willed ,. and' they washed their of Him gathered 'Insiderour the weakness of a feeling of suffocation at
r who eight ;years. ago was so fond of :without having to pay fare which is a robes and made them white in the ) char.cter--CIbl! face It very earnestly the temporary other. one or times ditty and out of breath,.attacks ..I.

i. Alluding to William J. Bryan as tbe i distinct novelty since tbe Hepbarn blood of tbe ,Lamb. .-.Theret r., are for the faith that changes of palpitation ot the heart that fright .
I'*' "PTke Peak of Democracy." law went Into effect. they before the !'Urone of God':_d death to an Inspiration and makes -Jo cite the case of the Kaiser coed me. '
wd serve Him day and night in His tem he: corruption and lonesomeness ol who bad five sons In succession< > and "Common sense reason and mI. .

ple. They. shall hunger no ?more, the grave an ideal and a power, is the Car, who had four.daughtira.- better Judgment told me that'>coffee '"' ,
neither,tnlrtt_any:more neither shall! tbe greatest thing In the world. New York Sun. drinking\ was tbe trouble. At last
the sun'IWit-on'them) 'or any:heat;.- Death has another side. 'Ot all 1 U my
nervous
r t r For the: Lanib>> whjch la in tbe mldsi means I cannot tell. Jesus uses terrible "' bt the Laws PnMMieiT. system was so disarrangedthat *
Imagery that ought to startle) my physician ordered '.110 mor#
r of the tnronef shall teed them, and At
A of the
ercent meeting CountyAssociation
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shall'' lead them\ onto living fountains; us. The worm death not; Ore is not ; coffee: ( .:
quenched and a great gulf 1 I at La Salle, 111.\ the subject "He knew he and he ,
of. water. and God shall wipe .awaY opens. was right (
all tears)rom their eyes." '* \ have seen the face of men who misspent of requiring the publication o! knew I knew It?,too. I capitulated i

1' BUCQ: )*#;> is' the "view otAeat hL their youth and, years, and the session las of the Stats was ably Prior to this our family had tried
ee t4tl that waitaken'by: thediscing;, when manhood came it was hell! But dtscussvd la an address by President Postum but disliked It. because, a*

"" .- I Jesus and.the apostles ,ofllbe 1 .earl y what may lie behind years and year*' Terry Simaons i : of the Marseilles we learned 'later It wa not made ,
I Christian chnrch. And 'I think''it. U ot forgetfulness of God? Who cansay Plalnd aTer. Mr. Simmons advancedthe right -
_ .T One thing it Is It Is loss I _
abundantly clear that most of ns lire tie
panning of a resolution looklnt to '
I tar away fronvsuch a 1.w.\.D..Ui'b' of all that life c.n' satisfied with "Determined thl* time to give .
to us the last calamity. We meet It I and all that It.was created for It 1 1mfssingilteand Is tbe enactment of a nubllcatlon of the Postum a fair trial. 1 prepared It atfJ]
.i with fear and uncertainty" I God., laws in manner similar to Chat by the cording to directions on the pkg.Jw3: :
( Pg s How'Is one to account for this State ot Wisconsin, to submit that In- that I*, boiled It IB minute after!

__ f. Vance dissimilarity? How, has .a Teaching Nuggets: dorsement to the Illinois Press Association bolllog commenced obtaining a dark ',

Joy become a heartbreak, and an, In. Ills presence Is our power: for Its approval and favorable brown liquid with a rich nappy

splratlon become a terror It we To love Him is to live for others. actloP, then have the combined energies flavour similar to coffee. When

.can answer this we shall answer None. remain hungry. wbere.'H.' I is and power of the press of the cream and sugar were added It was
lesser and discover
p. how many It is that questions not only In death bu host. ;- ..- State directed toward securing 'the not only good but delicious. :;1

F. 2 In sorrow and sickness and dlsap His glory has not lifted Him above enactment of a publication; law and "Noting Its beneficial effects in me, 1

t a t'r n- s e ,rf polntment we are misting the con the feeling of our Infirmities.! to continue !It la force. The raaoln the rest of the family; adopted It-all <1.1
'' Every profession ot: love must come lion adopted ..;. except '
snlatlon and the glory that ought to WM my husband who would not ''t
to the test of the life of service.
I _
dwell evermore in our hearts. admit that coffee hurt htm. Several r
: AKCHl> NVERCO O. STATION It Is clear I think that the men 'The best evidence of His confidence* A Subtle Difference.Mr '. weeks elapsed during which I drank" "'
; WELCOME ; : ; AT UNION Nn In us Is the call to His service.'
; who found and held to the gloryo
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_i% "or Postum two three
It always easier to dl.cnath *. Blank wife a promlaen.t1IIInlltfr or times a day ."1
Which the doatft ,
BUsdVeloome to Delegate to Democratic National Contention.t .' were' tree from many of the
duties of others than to do when to husband "
had my surprise
<1 our own. near Boston, in her 'em. my
: ; .,. : subtle temptations that surround oar
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'L' Many mistake the business of 'I have
u. decided.
--' !Ives;. The atmosphere they breatbe regulating ploy,a recently engaged colored cook aldr to drink rk
In many respects this was unique 'Denver naturally c&JII' up historic others for their own rlgbteoui black! the Post urn. Your Improvement Is so'
was pagan. The wore they did was a* : a* proverbial ace ol: ,
convention. It Is .the first, notional I memories. Just back .from the -con-' uses .. : ,
apparent have
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The you such fins color-
unpopular. Gospel they pro spades. One day Mr*. Blank to ,
,..Ii i convention held of the ; .said.
eve west prall""J. yen hall on the hill. Is the home of They cannot see the Father's face 'that I
teased was bitterly ridiculed and op propose to give credit where
lei,' The reptiblcan went farthest !I Senator Teller who entered the 're* who cannot bend to serve the least .t berg :
:'1. ;""1"1: wesf in- 189!. when they held the,111-'t publican party, as: a voter when Colorado posed.Christian These lives as men"of could course.not". The IIn I His children. '_. .iUUlds.. I wish ,that' you, would credit is dueAnd; now //we ,,are,
'starred'convention at-Minneapolis and entered the union and was a; A' life Is great not.by the measure have oatmeal quite 'often:for breaks coffee-slaves no longer
had' to live it deliberately;
got
'c'. .{ ;started General Harrison' toward his member of Oranfs. cablDeu secretary -"' earnestly. ,They were driv pasrion&tely of few mistakes, hut by splendid ma fait. My hnaband Is verY' fond of 1 G Name given by Postum1 Co:, Battle ,

,.; ..4ef.at.The, democrat went farthest ot the Interior. He It) 'wa* who en' back, to draw out ot Christian It, tery over all ml.take.-Henry F He'U ;Scotch, and you know that the Creek Mich. Read "The Road- to-,-,; '

,"fi'/ .", "weett,wa n.' ttuey; held their eqally n.lucky -I wIth tears In his eye*, led .the, bolt the very' richest that U would Clye.To Cope,,in- the, Sunda.l-Scbool'Tlmu. I Scotch eat a great deal of oatmeal.J'. Wellvllle, in pkga. "There1_ *.a 1t eeon. _- ." ':
. convention at Kansas City and ''from' the republican national convention drift was impossible.; ''They wer 1-., "Oh. he's Scotch.. Is b.'" slid Matilda. ." r% ,.
.J; _nominated William Bryan, for a at St. Louis In''1896 when God Loves ;: '
the PcrseTcrancrvGod read above'leUer A
-" drubbing.. But now the mountains 'platform declaring for tbe gold standard : faced It all:,with( tbe Spirit of Chris does not always refuse" who'" 1 ww.tblnktn' all alone dath .wasn't .one appears from time to time. .They; '
r hve gone into the. Rocky ', was adapted. He became silver, In their hearts.. and with 'a 'arent. heroic H* delay, but He loves perseverancand ; are genuine, true and of humanInterest J(,
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': ': .pd"hold their convention:tbe,center republican, but ,entered.th9! delUoct'atioj ) faith In' Him, they dlscorerei grants; it everything-. .-SeotlUIReformer t 11Ie. like u.-WomaD. Horn Oom fall.

,.y ;cf the mocBtala states,,' oaucusv "' boar tree. lIa stood and wbatrlrerso 01 f : :" _10,., .'. .." .-.... *

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} : : ;" '''J dont beHeve .... stories ,'told rwlwNL '

.. -The state i'league convention it lh.. 4 'a.boC"t1I. narlve* U Africa and 'Av.- (()flU'

Methodist oburcb.. south ;.whlofc'', heU ,. '" "' traMa.Hatag, rkb..." sld,:a: Callfornlaa IF'' OUTDOOR
YiUe Board of Trade to Its ....IOD'II' Live Oak for. th.... days"' lMin who gives riding aesaoM'In Orl Ta "Kl ft FA5TO' fUAXYVUortrnr '

''i:\ for the Interest of,State.WECTlOfHir relighted services and the.exercises people-who. attended Its an uptown Tiding m4etny.. .:-apd, I saw M tw 00........ m.
and ,
the ]
' mem
\ MG'w this pretty well tried on,one occasion '
;
s hers want home praising ,the people l pcnrumm) overcovne t,. fitate. IITCOC51WEASFARSOLD '
A cowboy who had
In vanquished
of Live Oak for their generous hospl !p ?*<> al 1 t JM tale 0Ai! my '
( PRODUCER every be ever underHoo A/TtO1MM. .
pony riia IIYIN10gfMilbtt1fMp1.YAMi
taUt and kindnesses and fan'
vors., many .tf{lr the CIII] ,Yrury,.e'tM: afcalaT, ,I, .,e *' to break In was Induced to try (bMg .

-Tbe ROBS company, who have the: r. vc4)c!,;Syrw ( J BkuWi ao oetrtch. Alter. aa hours (hard 5' Wi" 11MflU'fOR 1M""' UFE 'ANn

f ..Navel Stores to Be tae Object'eI CaavstatistProducts contract for building the:south jetty brftlf toq ,. ...to foreYet ar"bftp work he succeeded la mounting the rte, >

t ;, of Florida to Ba Sla p.o and'extendille the north one at Miami, : ally Iro t 4 -.ca. bird, Which at first. tried to shake and .. ILsVMHLfDOW .
r:. tone completed their work',.0> far as -- roll bin off, but these tactics ot
;
::'tll.d"thr.af.; Floriaa Parts. the use' of ,,Miami rock la concerned, : Ir; ; :ooiU'... bad. no.effect upon the) ct>.wboy. ,THE.MlW.'TM\DIt CeMMIfY
The coping of . : Then, In spit of all Uie man
'
be of Carolina granite will be &\ '
com
' + li: ilJecksohvllie, Fla.-Standing, as always menced In a few. days, the granite being path edie..w&'fttQ' ;are to. could do- the ostrich succeeded la r
for the beat Interests of Jack- affiltbett'atlp anttlte.uXua.
; here It getting Its toad around and ...IalotUte
q brought by rail la reported -
t ,aoovllle and all Florida that'which working In-11lIocrea. that Rosa A: Co., who have the contract yucttost. t;vruc i MuefcUptfK) ultilltat rider by tie calf 01'0t14 2eg.;
fdefatlsablr to promote
.. the general prosperityof.-the for building: a Jetty at Fernan' upon proper| hourii( Wht. Finally. the man, after) much Jrantlo y'Food

tf '\\IIta.. and ulllOI Ito powerful. Influence dine will use. Miami rock there. Incase I : ; .t living, gent rail*.' kicking,'. got his leg free. He then .
' Florida the report Is true the quarryingof leficU doubled hit feet under'' him and the r
to guarantee to Florida l1.t.t.ttiQl Q.t st 1I IM
'cities and Florida producer their full the rock will give employment to a :; y ostrich. reached aver bis.wings and Products
large number :
of for
men some time. -
rights the Jacksonville board of trad* got, a good fast, hold 'on the man's
** -Harry Carter aged 17 of 'High ) of
.
# baa turned Its attention to the condl-
xsetuw back, throwing him heavily to tbe Cooked
yrupfgS tlbby's
land FJa.
killed :
was accidentally by
( .
U In the naval ,
ms that prevail today '
baa the little ion of 13. W, Woodward of . ''ground and trampling on him. It look I (
Stores world and begun the cam- BeefThere
1I..rID that looks to their betterment. Jacksonville. Carter; who. was a nephew CALIFORNIA three of us to chase the Infuriated Corned

i ".\$'he general plan as thus far out of Mr. Woodward came to visit i ottrloh away and we accomplished- ;

Hoed, looks to the. formation of' a.reat fita uncle' and while"preparing to go FIG WYIHJI Co. it barely In lime to save*the man', 8 a big differ. I
shooting ash laid of their, ONLY .
they one
,t -. company along lines similar' to life. That's why I don't believe the
i I I shot guns down. :Mr Woodward's1 SOtp BVALU LEADING DRUGGISTS 'AulCtra1a18 can once between lustcorned
that adopted when the board of trade W, &ft ..Bottle native : ride ostriches. '+
.
Meson picked up the gun and touch. II""t refcrtar price 4
turned Ita attention to bettering conditions -N. York Press. beef-the kind
existing here in the world of : ed tbe trigger The charge hit young

iF cotton.! '' for'tbe i Carter In the stomach killing-him In BY GASOLENE. ' FITK, t.Vitus'Danee, :XervouI>I_per sold In bulk-and
peat 'arebouseway stantly. ( "1 had to tell my auto but'I haven't' raanentlycured by Or. KlI...'. Ureat' Nerve
; The preheat plan looks to toe formation -A peculiar accident occurred'' atone .misted It yet." Restorer W trial bottle and treatise free.' Libby's Cooked Corned
of a. company' capitalized'at.' not of the Ybor' City moving picture ""How's that". Dr. U. R;Kline, Ld..V>3l Arch Bt..PUIU.,Va.On' fleet The differenceis

Wis: than $1.500,000 and with, a uosslMe theaters ob'l'WbJCh. the 4-year-old son "You can get,most'cl the sensations the Frn,;h Northern railway

capital of' IS.OOO.OOO'Tbll : '.' of barely Mr. escaped eerloUs, tbe Cuban Injury.consul The '\>7 cleaning' rugs"Louisville" Coup many carriages are lighted by acetylene in the taste,quality of
'will be able
r producer company{ and It Is tho producer.to protect I little fellow' was standing with his ler-Jouroal. and the results of using this )neat; and natural flavor!
'
it III. argued, who Should fix tbe prices mother under the balcony of the the- method of Illumination*' are. ..III'to b- .E1JTIcURA;
for .biB products'rather than be, coin later, vlen a do;: fell trim tin gallrry nEAivrii BRINGS DAP INE8S. ..tbfa't 'rT.. Every fiber of .the

(r relied -to sell them at price.iflzed I : bytho'consumer'or I to the floor below and struck the boy DE4TII TO IIIMQ TTOKBC,
by'> manipulatora'anqJFeculatorsiii on the shoulder1with\ much force. BY'a -Invalid Once a Happy.Woman Now.Mrs. "&'rC'lI''bero' I go I speak for TBTrsaMS' meat of Libby's Cooked
control of the market. fortunate apd quick movement of C. R. beo u.. It cured me of ringworm in Its '
ry This company;: acting' as a holding Mrs. Yhor'/her son was saved from Shelton Pleaaant street worst form.' My whole chest from Dock to Corned Beef i is evenlya.n'd Should be Inseparable.For .

:., company, could hold the spirits of tur* having'the animal fall directly on bis Covlngton, Tenn.,, says: "Once 'I :! web was raw as beef; but varrsBMO cured' mildly cured summer eczemas,,
I online, the rosin etc., until prices : bead, she pulling the'lad away justin seemed a helpless Invalid I me. It also! cured. a bad ease of pUN." 60My ,, _

.',- were satisfactory, and then act as the time to'prevent the dog coming but now,I enjoy j rittaburg.* Mrs. U.Pa.F.. Jones Tsrraataa of 19.Tannebla\8t.tbe Brest skin. cooked scientificallyand :rashes itchings, irritations

":IlIU\l1r company -for the. producer.Th. I down squarely' on young Ybor'a crown" the beat of health. 1. remedy, is sold by dniftslsUi or sent by mall inflammations cha fines,
< stockholders of the company, -Former City Tax Collector of Kidney disease for ,'-. Write f .T. Hacmms: D.rtA., carefully packed in sunburn pimples blackheads -.
once It IB Well, established and tan Its Tampa Z. P. Freeman was arrested on brought me down terribly. Savannah, Oa.. _, Llbby's Great While Kitchen: ,
t teot will be, under the plan at 'present : a charge of embezzlement of the city's Rheumatic aches I, MODERN.. BUSINESS ETHICS. red,:rough, and sore
proposed the producers: themtelres. funds Mr Freeman was defeated for and It forms
; pains made every an appetizing hands and antiseptic
"Oh that live ,
1y re-eloctlon at the recent election and a. boy of mine should
I S' The board of trade will, as'an' or- I his successor upon taking over tbe 'cretlons move painful. -Theao-' ,to' dltgrace\ hli f.mllI"d_ '. dish rich in food cleansing as well as for all

lanlzalion, stand sponsor to the company office bad the books audited and an and-v a were disordered . "Why, dad.''what's the.:.matter with the of the' toilet "
1 nay bead'ached to distraction. value arid makes purposes
; At its head will be placed some alleged shortage of over $3,000 was trout It's all right. 1 got off on a a summer
of tbe leading business men of Jack. I J discovered 1 was. In a bad condition, but technicality.: "-Kansas City Journal. meal that satisfies bath and nursery. Cuticura ,
!
sonvllle and Florida and the board of I i -The shipping for June at Pernan- Medicines failed to help.' I'Most Soap and Cuticura Ointment '
y trade oue of the strongest organlta- dlua stands ahead of preceding ground dally, until- began with John B. t>lok )'.old reliable eye water' far ;
lions of its kind In the entire south, months. The record of Incoming and Doan'c l4"'T" Fills. They helped cures! sore eyes or granulated lid*. 1>00" Quick Serving:-: are invaluable.

,wlll father the movement. I outgoing vessels, and large steamships toe at one. and soon made me. strong c hart,feels good; get the genuine in red box. Llbb '8 Cooked Corned .1._ ........... "..
.t ;i 5', Tills gives the proposed company loaded up to large. capacity, was sad w K." ENDURANCE. CMR7i'--IIq'-r..r..O-d1! :

q ,an.Instant standing and works necealathy unusually high Bold by all dealers. SOeents a box. '"Your daughter\ baa a wonderful ear Beef cut into thin .ee 1-*i1 ,"SI-i:: lABeth.; Afi".wl1a
.
-The
Dank of
baa
for filial success Bay Blscayne,
Foster-MUburn. Buffalo N. Y. :]!
:- purchased the! Fort Dallas National tor. music slices! ", Arrange on a i.ti.aw'i lloet Maki..

CITY OWNS WATER PUNT. bank building In Miami paying the CORRECT. .Ye.." answered Mr. Cururox wear) platter and garnish with\ Take'the Place of Calomel
t -.. .-- sum of $22,600 for"the same including ly, -"..em. like It can stand most any' ,
ht Pensaeola la the Second City in Florida tbe fixtures.' The original cost of the "It costs more to live than It did< thing"'.Washington Star. Libby''"s ',Chow Chow ... -.. ...- '1.8
years ago" said the man who com V=Ji'= ''':stlssBrVal ll -" altajtit
to" Endorse Municipal Ownership building and fixtures was nearly $80,- "'. ? stoM f KlMsftrftM
, Feiifca. olaFla..-.-Al midnight July 1 000. The Bale of this property will plains 1 GIOOD-BT.B TO coal(.. A. 'tempting dish, forluncheondinnersupper .JrtwPllta* rlblMrBH.. _*..r._.r..._:l aW_.fflt 4>f..ilot&.!.b.TsntstB. "._;,

the plait, and properties of tbe 1'en-, enable the receiver/ J. K. McDonald "Yes," answered he man who en. 'I Yon can say good-bye to your corns, bunIons .....'-10......11..._. ...".-_......__: ; .'._- b.ata .
-
sacola.ater' company passed Into I to declare another small dividend to jo).- modern conveniences., "but Its. 1 and sore,callous! spots when, you get :.N..441r'-' r"" ei uil'cow= .
possession of. the city of Pensacola, the depositors of the Fprt Dallas National worth snore."-Washington ..Star.. t i ABBOTT'S' XAIT IDIA. coax eels,the sure, ; .U.as ilea., drorrd..iu. .. + _
thus maiklivg the Aral municipal ownership bank. i I quick permanent cure; It cures Ute palaI .IC: ,JIM.'YOUNG. JR.. WAVCROS. OA.
of, public utilities In this city, I -A stock company has beep formedat To Drive Out'Malaria sad Balld Ustb I ful,loft ooras aa well as the bud ease and ....k O...1f..!
a and the ,fcucond city In the state of Archer r the purpose of puttingIn 11'4111I0.... warts 25o. at druggists er by mail
d Florida to take over plauta o{( this na a veneering and crate milL Land t' rtCI1ITake ,!, Tas Anon Co., Savannah Qa. IssiM cc
Is dared Old Standard thieve'. Tiara.: 'I I ,'. Wtsse
ture. Tbe city decided three years being at the junction of the &At
Lass Ca1LI.Tosle. Yet know OFTEN! THROWN TOGETHER
ago to take such action when it voted Atlantic Coast Line and Seaboard Air are taking.The formal U what you Sesl s.

$250,000 for the erection or purchase line railway and machinery bas been tm every bottle, showing It plainly U simply printed Oui-?, "Do you e"er'meet Dr,, RyboldT. lM McNeU AUkBV.Chksse
,
of a, water pant, but since that time I ordered. Tbe company'' consists of M., nine Iron In a tasteless form, and the "Often. He and l-e.-re thrown r
negotiations have been pending or Venable C. D. Wood. W. !I. .DePass. and eohudren?T otnal formrc' grows .people, together a great deal.. We travel on TOILET'lTlSEPTI '.
else' delays occurred In the salo. of R. p. Medln. aDo _VAn the earn suburban trolley line."-*
bond. until .oda)' )the city actually I -The Fraternal Order of Eagles of Interesting Chicago Tribune. Keeps. the breathj, teeth, aovth sad body i
,came Into po.>eialon of tbe plant. of Jacksonville base bought a lot and product.'shipped re 'RESURRECTEDSONG .tlaept1oall" clean. sad free troav aabealthr -
t ;" ; The sum of ;87,000 was paid tbe awarded the contract for a new $25; cenUy., from a. well known New En (.....Iif.sad dl.sreaable. adorer. ,'
S 4. Pen.acull1'alel' company for all of I 000 club bouse to be built In Hemmingpark land' .'plant was a three-ply leather which water neap sad tooth pret>eraloaa.

Its properties, franchise privileges, Jacksonville belt, 141 feet" long and aeyentytwcJnchos S .aloae eeanot do. A "-i ...' etc. Under the terms of the charter i I. Postmaster"D. T. Oerow has 'com. wide. I' |e<- diaia. '

granted the ,com; any .It had a leaseof ,, piled his report of business transactedat r .......took_.&u Ik.eaa.1kM wr ,....... ... >tectlat aad deodor.aiagtoiletrequidt.* .
thirty years, during which time the the Jacksonville'' postomc.e for tbe DOCTOR; SAID USE CUTICURA"/ otb.n_ -.ISM_ab..ld. has.,.NI << .
city would have been compelled to fiscal, year ending ,June 80. The report ai.. sown, .__.tau. w .ot41... KKSDaABOriSOHaa. .. .... of exeeptloaal ... '
x..s M.H w dew *
m ani *
!>ay upwards of $12,000 per year for I I I is Interesting inasmuch as it For lied Case of Eczema on Child- j J. B. T TAVOaAN Cle7/.t.. Atb..Os. apace sad 'economy t
hydrant rent and this was one of the 1 shows tbe substantial Increase of over Disease Had Reached a Fearful j valuable
principal reasons why tko old plant I' $1)00,000.) The following! ; Important or. State-.Order Ilesulled I. TH! for Leaned
was purchased by rue municipality t der went Into effect July 1, 1908: .' Cure __.D&II.Y Jon..eoeq.I."LY ICILL"R _..",.,,"all".s_,. throat_cl..I..d

ever $50,000 Is to be expended within I I "Postmasters at offices of the pres. "When 1 was small 1 was troubled with I '" :'='rn,1..',i nor.... stories ea'arrh. At
.? months by the city in making'1 Identlal and fourth-class will deposit eczema for about three month. It was all I ,. .: -:. ,\I,, ...... also ... .drug, and toilet
Improvements. to the machinery and their surplus funds 'with the poBtmaatoraln over'my fare abd covered nearly all of my- ,',1.: -' .," ," '. ".. .", f :. -.-.._.. stores, 50 eeats, or .
extensions to portions of the city now '' their respective states Indicated bead. It leached such a state that It wu : /1.-' '" .. {corn.,...wt :.Ilasw:. 117 luau Xpaid.J '

deprived of water service and Ore pro In the'llot given below: lint i |large scab all over, and the pain and .Iris ,'I'.'",. -7/," .-'," : brf ,..asrlklea... cow.. ,I.ar&ITrill Staple , .
tection. "For the state of Florida with the Itching were terrible. I doctored with an :: :'n' .I'd M roa wllhoapn will .r.w "
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PROSPECTS fOR OIL Heretofore only the fourth-class advised by him to u.. the Cutieura Rern- "N sup Ib THE PAXTON TOILET CO.; ,
........ OotteeMeg
----,-" offices\ -In the 'state have been remitting diet, which 1 did and I was entirely cured. eanaam. "'..a.n M.._im.B.T.
Are Bright In West Florida-Test their postal funds to this office\ ; I hare not been bothered with it since. I At2I.-
oa t
,f Shows High Grade Petroleum. I: hereafter: officers\ of tbe 'first, second used Cutieura Soap and Cutieura Ointment' ( ) MTEompson'sEyeWal r "

\Chlpley. Fla-The unbidden wealth and third-class!!! an well as the fourth- but do not know exactly how much was
and ruBourcen: of Florida have been' class offices, will remit funds. to this used! to complete the cure.. Mim Anabel Proof Is' 'Inexhaustible that
: discovered In the form of petroleum offlce. \Vilion. Nortb.Brsnch Mich., Oct. 20, '07." REPAIRS' :
E. rinkham'a
a nine 'miles south of here on the plan.j i Clifford Touart. member of a Lydia Vegetable 'G' .I'N', .

;t talloii of John 13rock, near the famous prominent gulf coast family shot his WOW| j Compound carries women safely SAWS BIBS Erlsde T..' ., ...... 141. fee.Sep. pa/w
old Orange Hill poatoficey 'i j wife at Bagdad Fla. The couple He-"They siy that peopleWho through the Change of Life. : N Gte eNG.N8, UOILR3 sad PRI5SI&

This great discovery will mark the quarreled' about a visit to Peifsacola marry coon grow to look alike. I Read the' letter Mr&E.-;: Hanson ..d eka fee 5.... S5.nb.g, Ihl..vs; II alag: Ian
',epoch ol developing one of the largest proposed by Mrs. Touart; and Touart *he r"Then you must consider lad- Pisa, Va...... sad 11tt...., Light ..w, Bal..els. and hUll Miss. G....... r..{...
myrefusal S04) E. Long ,St.,' Columbus, Ohio, c- Wn.1.M.b. LOMDAftO rv.
a oil fields In tbesouth.. The all shale shot her'tbree times with'a revolver. IRONWORKR AND ..UPPL10" -.
' seventy-two' feet thick on the top lie Is a newspaper' pressman and his '.. 1In.I..III1'.trate4 Dits.TUUH j j"EEF writes' to idra. Pinkham PAN Y. AulKua&a. G... q y

J,{ 'aid l burns' like pine tar. A chemical friends says be Is Insane. SKIN HICALTsr. 1' .* I was paaalnor through. the Changs. '"

ahalysla of a sample of the oil shows -The' new municipal administration TsTTxaiira' bas done wonders for aaffer- of Life, and Buffered from, nervous-' & Boilers' '
that it is of the. very highest! grade of 6f Tampa Is pushing with vigor the ers from eosma,totter ground Itoh erysipelas .D..., headaches, and other annoying Engines, .
petroleum ' street paving extensions which have Infant sore 11.i.chaps, chafes and .. My doctor ,told. me that
Work of drilling for oil Is progressing been suspended for some time Hyde other farms of skin d.......... la aggravated Lydia-,E. Piakbam's, Vegetable Compound -'

rapidly and tbe well baa now reached! Park Is now the scene of the cltrifled eases of sesame Its enres have been marvelous was good for me, and slnoe tak" Built for Miricei all al_. In...... I ,1 'b
and thousands ,
feet and of people sing its logo It I ieelao much better and -I can
hundred
'a depth of over nine brick paving operations, 'Cleveland four profits >y mini our cad
well seises KM. at druggists or by mall from do work. I never.forgetto bolt.with n. of Corn Mill Sew r.
will not be completed until the. again my own oar or
street and West Seventh avenue now J.
.
T BaOTTaiaa A aaA .
Dept Savannah Mill 'wriateth.mak.reforesselogu,'
ban attained a depth of 8.000 feet."I'he being (torn up for the, placing of the tell lav friends what. Lydia' E. Pink, ..4 pr1_. .
,company In charge of' the operation brick. ham's Vegetable CompouDd, 4114 for.me
\V'Jkave the latest Improved rotary drill- motor vehicle purchased by .tbe .daring' this trying period." '
"The of' honey
largest shipment i
: ng rig and .outfit, built in Beaumont,1, ever sent, from Florida was shipped used town of Tynemouth, England can be FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.For R.' D.,,.Cole ,,M'f'e' 'Co.:,. '.:
as a prlaon.van, fire
f -> apparatus or lv I
V.
Texas. from Apalachicola to New York. It pt. Ifewaan. 0. +Fr
Lydia E.'Plnkh&m'a
ambulance. thirty
; years'
| amounted to 79,000 pounds of strained
.1 NEW RAILROAD OPERATING. honey almost 40 tone The honey .Vegetable Compound, made
{" ,Ladi.s c.. Wear' .ae.s from roots and herbs has been the
---<- ( goes to Mobile by water and will '
.1 .
'tl Ocala and Northern Now Delivering there be transferred' to another steamship One Eue.apowder.else smaller Ittnakeatlghtornewshoeseasy. after turing Allen's Fobt- standard remedy for female 'ilia 1, : ,

, "1 Freight la Being Rapidly Completed line .- Cares swollen,,tot, sweating" ,ahlng and has positively cured thousands of t; E is + ; .r '
,) Fort McCoy, Fla.-After so much 1 -The work of Installing the telegraph feet,Ingrowing' nails,oomiaod bunions. At women who have been troubled with I l+

'h talk and speculation about the Ocalaadvanced and telephone lines on tbe'Flor- druggists and shoe stores, Ilia, .Dou't_ displacements,inflammation,ulceration ,- '
I. d Northern railroad It has ida keys for the Western Union Telegraph oept any substitute. Trial package FKXS by .fibroid tumors. IrremiJaritles.poriodlq '40' .. 'lOP, < MKN. y'ahee

far enough to be delivering freight company has !been; completed maiL Addrees" -. AUenaOhnstedLeRoyN.Y., . pains,: backache;that tear "r ", 1f. b. b t&oat 01 7OGr'
ill : along' fts' route. Everything shipped'' and ,lt Is said to be one of the finest I flatulency tndlges- -I. dur..n' ,
ing-down feeling 'tiottam
,
'.. to this place la marked Fort McCoy. !sysUms In tbe south every'pole being There is a great dealof_ talk In tondlz.zlnessornervDus! prostration. a "'-"If bones out Clf or tour PlIWMIo.(not tnlna, 11 frolD'i.! .... +,

:! via Silver Springs, and at 'preient planted In solid,, rock and. also Ireland about rents and purchase and dont it ? r r .- IIIIU{ _f.at.cbe and laJtt.-.. ,
, transfer charges at Silver Springsmust storm guyed. dairying arid 'tracing and, about land. Why you try au ahpea w :'& *.' ,.
," Mrs. Plnkham Invites all ( rekwomen' rant W ,4 & ,- o d..II>> It Vro ,
I the falling of a be&Y11ron bar, a"' b @ 1J0It -
be paid. r- -By and Uait. and .other Inanimate and rn:-.fII. j k .: If .,
, It is said by the company that as which was being hoisted to position to write her for advice ,1;_ si.1M Issues wrlta ,.a:
o 'Boon as they can make the, desired 'On the new Hotel Albert at Jackson- animate things, but 'very little talk r She has Address' thousands to r _. .... dlnct.loosFRED. Low to tbata.the . 1'
.' connection. thla will:atop. Despite tbe i vlle.! Julius W Haas, a young man bout nan, laments the 4rlsh Homestead health.' Lynn, JUass.' "- P. FIELD CO: anckw.lM..s.. 6'

money stringency, this company,''of tbe city of Newark New Jersey the most neglected creature j
seems {to be so crowded with order. who was employed' the 'work was that walks the earth in,.Ireland, today l Never call an aggressive man a liar
to his 'U.e.
t -jf' for lumber that .they can hardlyomfwa Instantly, killed land J. F. Baker the 1 I face. long distance phono -

',aeem. to. be crowdedwithorders.. contractor, .wasibadly' .Injur,, ./ Hicks 'Capndlne'Cures 1 Nervousness i'i /and break the news'to him gently.- ; ; ;Makes the Liver 'Wei ll I ,'

Whether tired out, worried, overworked or ,I, Mrs.Wlnalow'aSoothing Srmpfor Uhlldresj 'B IAN
-The ptnapple. harvest Is now on .
what Ny' ;
not. It'rnlresbet ,
'r; KILLED GQINli TO COIHT. the brain and teetbing.sof thegnmaredDoeelnnainma-
. ,the decline, more than 400,000 cratesbaying h8l'\''. U'" Liquid and pleasant to take.: :: Lion. allays"" ,curea wind colic S9c a bottla r Restores Healthy. Action to the
; Prosecutor' Sheets Defendant Whit.Waiting' already been shipped. Anoth 100., age., and 60o., at. drag stores.All .' ', '--.- --e R -- ,, ', ) "
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; and Ever notice how/many, things there Kidneys. Purifies the 'Blood.rtA .
j .. 50,000.scrates the season will ; ,
i Train ,
for -a
; the world loves a ,wlnn"'wlththe j'I are. in the! shopwindows '' BQTTLB '
shot bo'at end The yleld'wlll that, ;you 'TAPw ,
.:i.f Branford 'Fla-.N. H. Green an' ; average' exception: of the loser. have no earthly, nte'for T < jroi/nfattlw/or.it< ,
and.Instantly killed L. W. Tidwell at' between 65 and TQ( percent of'a full .

o J 8; o'clock .tbla jnornlng-, while they 1 f crop,"and prices have'been falrlr ell, ") *yyd}
were welting at the station for Ute
considering the, condition.of the man
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'""':'. 'Live Oak train., ..They were on, their I i I I kets, which'' have materially' +.lmproy. SEMINARY j
.to Live Oak to attend court
" way ed since the harvest of the spring vegetable BIRMINGHAM.; ALABAMA. !"" ,
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$ .JJreen.: .being,.prosecutor and I a.--' ,Cf--
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crops :: fcP'MriI :
iffee'' word : OCOftCIAi
, defendant Only ,a few' aor.l.w r, ..r. +,
aoateru P.rf.ot .
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passed between them when' Green y| -: hate 11 .n' wp.r Ipr..i tat ,. .Ioa begia.Jpteob.d
There r.lfeeii
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'shot 'Tidwell, 'Tbecnroner'sjufy twice* and .he':atqulttelt ".., Blrtalo
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"COUNTY. SOLONS ter.Communication watt read from the Nights 1 of Unrest tLWIIII1ORREAL : ,

MONTHLY y SESSION: Southeastern Tariff Association, calling NAILS
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tile attention of tbe Board to the

defects la the electric wiring\ of the i ,o I .:
;: court bouse, and the Clerk was instructed . No Sleep,. Mo' Ret Peace for the

New Blinds Purchased for,CourtHouse to Interview the superintendent Sufferer trots Kidney Troubles. ,
of the electric plant and have the ESTATE .

and Sheriff's, Qnar- necessary currect.loo..n. ade.' No peace for the kidney sufferer '
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Paid warrants were.preleotell'w the Pain and ietrees l f rpm morn to ntffht y

fed To Be Repaired i Board from the following'. funds: Get ui,> with a lame back .
0-1 Rev.II. . 1111"10 TwIngea'Ot backache bother all
V VRasa you
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--- .Forfitur.. . td 61 da 8 60 8 Lbs
Pine and .. bull\aching breaks your metal might KISSIMMEE FLORIDA. to Penny for 25 Cents

KISSIMMISK, n.A. July 0. 1M $. Total ,. . .. .. .. 115IIIJ61 Urinary disorders add to your mis .- --. ,:
Ic j.'i; '' The Hoard of County Commissioners Which amount was ordered I credited. ery. W. W. CARSON D. D. 51DENTAL
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k In and for Ooceola oounty met In License report shows ,47.60 collectedfor I Get at the causa-cure' the kidneys 3 to 6 Penny 7 Lbs for 25 Cents
regular aeivlon on the., above date : A .
the couotJ',.and this amount was Doan Kidney Pills will work the
Uiere belnir present Walter Hans, Br.. ordered debited cure. PARLORSAT

chairman John 1\ Uronson 4, 8. Tax Collector's report dhows the fold They're for the kidneys only- .
t Stratum, W. II. Godwin J. H. Walk lowing amounts uncul looted J Have made treat cures In KigslniineeMr QRAYSTONB HOTEL. .

er.Commissioners; Ar-1ztni Airiiew, 0....... . ... . .. \\.' ti. Seaver, living In the

q, Attorney for the Board. and ArthurK. County ChoolV.... : . .. . 99516 6a southern part ofKlsslmmee.. l'"la.. off'torn Hou..a'j 8.;g 12 Cut on Other' Goods Price Before
Oonejran D. C.. OountjMCountI........ .a, 189... Iff says: "My back ached constantly .. .1 5 P70, ; Buying., We.
The following report was read to the 9,8U.Na..Ia.!.. .. .. .. .. l8 and as a result I was miserable. Kv Stock V
Jloard: H.8. I>.No Ia. .. , .. . 1Total. 17 ery time I stooped or attempted to lift "M. W1L.L.SON Desire'to Reduce f Cash..
v Klislniuiee..f'la... July 6; 1003. a. o,NO t. .. . ..-' 61 aojthinir 'my suffering' was doubled ,J: JR., !

Hon. Walker Baas, Sr.CbalrmQ of . -., .. ... . ... .... $414115 I could not rest, at night, and In the >> >
Board County. Commissioners morning felt weary and laog-uid. I ( NOTARY UJJI.I ,,.. ) __ I'' ;
foil tax it-Doit" shows no poll. taxes ( ... .
CityDear collected for the month of June. learned of effectiveness of Doan. 'l.STATE\ : AT L.AROK. J '
of the Uond .
Sir.-AaUeaeurer ( Treasurer's shows the following Kidney Pills In such cases and prompt* RenUEstate\ Agent. Co.
report
Trustees, ( her leave to report that' we balances oral/and:. I ly procured a box from the KUslmmee W. B. Makinsori ;
have taken bonds NOl 23 and 24 of
up Drug Co. They relief In FLORIDA ,-
ItoveniM fund .. I19U7. H9 gave me a KISSIMM E. ,
the series of 30 A premium (11.25 Road fund. ... ., J i. .. ..V. 1114,11\ short time, entirely banishing'the
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each was paid 86 backache and regulating theaction, of .
lUll total for the bond. J.OSO. Also School .79173 VANS AGNEW
the kidney secretions. I A. ,
H. U.'Nn2';: .. . W 0&* 'p
we have taken up the Interest coupons( 8.B.S. I). No. 8, 'A... .... C? 40 For.gale by all dealers. Price 50 '
due July, Jet, 1009 ($70 on eachf on 8. S D. No. 4 .... . 4i O., cents, Foater.Mllburn ,Co.,, !Buffalo I
bonds Nos. 2.1,26' 27,28 and 211, amount! 8UW aid fund .. a:16: tl New York.. Hole agents for___ the_ United I I ATTORNEY AT LAW......... I 1- THE GBPYSTONE$ GHBBGE BRD PCHINE SBO
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inir to t:1: O. and bs ve d Iscounted same Total PaN$ n State : I TND NOAAItY PUBLIC, I I- | :

paying therefor the turn of 32710. llfliueinber the name-IJban's-. an< .'
r, The amount la the hands of the Irons Owing to the length of the proceedIngs take no other. KISSIMMEE. FLA ANTHONY' A. LOLL Proprietor..
urer of the bond funj (the.lame being uf the meeting of the. Cowmissiuner ,
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balance from last tear together withy
the sums received from County Treasurer business., made transacted necessary, we by are the volumeof unableto Notice,of Attachment.STATE DR. E. F. AKERS, eaBNT >gOF8FairbanksMorse i ,

) was $2,421.20. Deducting the .
above from thin fund left print the full report In this Issue OF FLORIDA. OSCBOLA OOUNTY-
amounts a DENTIST
but will conclude It next week. Gas Engines.
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.
St balance of IDlY $44.10, which( explain! ; l
why the Interest ( on bond No. To H. L Oraratroet and la all whom It may oon Office Orlando Bank
coupon over and Trust.
School'ioaj r .
and
30 was not taken up with the other five. Proceedings, earn.1: Co. Phone 73. Irrigating: Outfits. rt''
The six outstanding bonds are now You ire hereby. notified that Writ of Attach
held by tbe State Bank of Klssimmee, : KisstMMEK: FLA., July 7, 1908. mart hu ban lamed aralnit you. and your prop Crown Bridge and Poroelean work a.
4' and will mature July lat. 1000. While' The Board of Public Instruction arty attached to satiety the demand of W. L. ?,Specialty.NOTK .
.jwe understand that the owner has no met In regular session there being Moeelor amounting to W .& Now, unless. you :-Those' desiring tny services i AUTOMOBILES RENTED OR REPAIRE[ }
presentV.. c. Bass, chairman; :. E. hall before W.R. ,
7 objection w allowing these,i bonds to appear Johnston Count Jude should make arrangements! in advance
run after maturity at the same rate of Brown and W.'\ W,' Chandler, also In and for said county,at his 011I...In Klaiimmaa.. I --

interest ((7 per cent.), atlll we tblok that W J. Sears, Supt. I, on the 9d day of August HW", at 10 o'clock In the ORLANDO FLA. ARTESIAN WELLS DRIVEN ANY DEPTH ,
Minutes of last regular meetingwere .
come arrangement. should be made for forenoon. judgment will be rendered ewainat you,
read and approved 1 and. sold Ui.debt. -_.- .----
retiring them when due if practicable your property topay
x The mlllage allowed by law for sink Mrs. M. B. Gilbert, county treasurer Done this 27th day Or June A. D. 1UOH; DR. LESLIE W. WEEDDN

log fund ((21 mills) will not be sum- reported as follows: W. L. MOSELKY: ..
,' I Clent for the purpose, If there la any To the. Honorable hnl of Public Iiutruetlon. In I 0. F. KRIBBS. Plaintiff Specl.a1ist-Eve. Ear We Solicit all\\ Kinds Repair Work
and for Oeoeola eauntvi
.. other fund t.hatean, bo applied to this Attorney.

special fund, wowouldr'ecumwendthat> OwoDla 1 herewith county lender(or th.my month report of ai June.. treamirar 1MBOBNBKAI. < of .. Nose and, Throat.......
p U be so applied and the six bond re I S 5EtP .

P ( tired at maturity or, if this U notfeasible To balanoa f SCHOOL. FUND, . . . 88 ; 41Ma1M1NKl ''''''''''''''''''-- MA4l1N4lArg4N' 1
ran lait report I IV* .
1V then that it. be
arranged to To amount rooBlvedlxU.. R R tax i 48 I .d
take up not 1 If Si than two. of theTbonds\ To amount received from W J Bear*, tch: I nesepurttyandrelt. Private :ZHosoital, American National .
....... C A. CARSON, President N C. BRYAN S.cr.tary.
each year until the six be paid. oxama . .. .. 16 00 abilltr.Frrjr'
To amount received. from Comptroller, are la a claw by them' Bank Building, Tampa,
S t 1WIM'JCtfullvubmlt.ted.| April redemption .. .. .<... .... 4a elre*. Po rm.... "I TIV :E:
T. M. Muttl'HV, .To amt nod from Tax Coir tax_ Juno591. 17 hews confidence Florida. .
fa them becan.ethey _
Treasurer Bond Trustees Total . ... .. .. .{ 1057 SS know they :
regard to the bridge across the By paid warrant: :'; KM ix.r; lltlly Ica IS on.can Don't be relied espell.up Waters & Carson Grocery Co. "

river at Fort Gardner spoken of at 1-i7:;;; Bent wilt cheapeeed.yo
balance .. .. .. .. ... .. .. ( #
y last meeting the Board, after again urlure. v

looking Into the matter the Board decided SCHOOL.SUB-HUT..no....,2.TolrlamofronlesO .. .. .Y lylle.labuylnireeede.enitoiit W. L. W INN .
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-that this would be too much ex-' To amt reed from Ux Cole rnport.tax** Jun. .. 89022 4 41 C cofaKlrnttoti 1"1Jy"rCIAN, ANI, MCHGtnON, 'c' "i sf ;
,pen BO for the. county at the present Q end trustworthy I 6"Fi $
\ time to erect bridge and employ draw. Total .- .. .. .." . .. 894 08 IIOUM. 0 I E j ;
By balance. t .. .: ... .. .. 894 118aC f rrf S4: kfiiiuelfor ........g. mourn ... 4N.rr.acrews
bridge \Deeper. Of which" action! thee -OW.Va'DIIT. No.' 8. IlOI .rKKE. Adtlwu i.op.)7.D11' ..... ... ,
chairman was Instructed to notify tbe M.rtamIG.Blra.rMaa
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TnIMlnunefrom
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.port..1 .
,Polk HOard couutyThe of County Commissioners' of To amt recd from Tat ti-llector.tie Jun.. 27 4:1: ) J.'t SIMPSON COUNTY AOBNTS' FOR 'l "r

attention! of ibo Hoard being Total''' .. .. ,. ., ,. $ 27 411 ,, I. f. '
By balance,.. ". .... ......... . 27 10.cdool,9C5 DENTIST. A Y I : ;
called the of CUA'fESGUAIX'
1 to condition the apartments : i: CQlebrftteJ1 Fertilizers
no. 4.
OUT. I ; I
4 DOW occupied bjr the Sheriff, J, '
To balance' from hot report :: .I 27 17 J
S. Stratton was appointed a committee To amount received. from VComptrellsh Upstairs In ICaU Building | ETC. .

of one to have necessary repairs made Aoril redemption '. 18 i I I) ClrcKl.ra and Prl.... _ _. _
and to veoort at next meeting Toemt reed from Tax Colloctor,tka Jun.Tola.1 .: 1211 e$ I OFFICE HOUMS; \ ?.'a. m. lo m. '
IJt..In... P.fai/ked o Application.:
s; Tbe following communication, wee ,... .. . .. . .. .. .iJii3j'i; Telephone No. 76 .w, w Jun 'lye m f 1 3T I
r, received, which read as follows,: By paid. warrant a* per W t. ,. 110 118 o,, 11
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Hammock Grove, 1$108. By bamuc..V.;": ... f O m fI.
Klstimraeo FJa.) ; July2, HIDES
'' G. F. "KRIBBS FURS W'OOL'
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Mr. Walter Base TiTI PUKD.To .
Chairman and the County,Commissioners balance from last.t ronort G ..:.. .. .' ". 1 23lI 21 J
of Os'ceol County'j KUi too- .ATTORNEr-AT-LAW..
mee.. Fla. By ." Vs 23.'.11! i. ( Oou.c.1ry': :produce eu. Speo.a.1-t7_ "
with 'ar. MRS. M. B:GILBERT. Office ;inAthe CourtjHouse) -Kisfef'simmee .
Gentlemen)--I to draw the attention . : # '. ," '/
*' ;,,;:-I 'tJl..iJ1.l1t.:] .County. .......... ( # .. "
of the .
County CuramiRSloners "
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to the fact !that residing I I as I do at Paid waiTttnUVaroountln t01.the Witlttwiiom: .,wi11 ,Ud", < > '.. ." H.m '.. .1 , !,1 1,,"f' ,....e ,. .
Hammock ,Uroye,, J have, DO 'outlet sum of I4017J1 wei-e cancelled _. be asaoclatcd la ,the .. "
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either to the" lake or to lobs county road. Blll were auprovedf.. andiwarrants,, Jii < 'V'' 8 trial 1 ""of causes tbe law arm 'of ". 'II:'', ,'\f.\t; \ 'W:' H;>f''i''jIf.'; "' '' ', '\', r ,,,, :. ,
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The railway company decline to allow Issued as follows: -' me?. .. .::, J 'H REDD ITT Massev snow of -i..r__"IFYfisY'r" ..:y;.... _. ... .

me to use a railroad tricycle or W J Bear*, aalanr. aupt. ,, : .f .,.I 7) noW . '
O lito... M BPI ., ... Orlando 11'
4115
t, handcar- ; and as my wife-can not walk" B B .....,,'. M B P I. ., .., ,.." . 41. [ NORTH KI9SSIMMEE. POE NO. 8. : :
across tbe railroad trestle without W W Chandler, M BPI 20 1 .. iSTeat inconvenience V nor can we cross Valley UoMtta, printinir ,.. .. .,. aceMr. JEWELER AND| '

_ si*\ without trespassing upon .railroad' w .B M Makln.on B" Oilbart Lo ec, :::."troaaurer. ,. .. 1C 9 21 1$ I WATCH REPAIRER.Call \ Sprigg FlemingCLEANING i 'j' '

$open}rI would therefore! ask your F W Hm..., pllee.. ..*.. .... ..... .. . 10o t C. W.Griffin :
honorable Beard tcI-open a road from O H Fountain. new bide.achool No. B Bur (JOKiaalnuno and 'see my Line of Watol! e.. .

tt the take to tbeHammocx .grove flag No. 5. sub* Lumbar diet Ko 1.<:o.,. lumbar. .aehoot. .... :JS 75WJ / a- 'el it
".tat abd from the flag station to the S-... IncUentala,6 mo. .. .. 26 UO
count road., '> R M Evan*. rrartln-root I day .. ., IK Any article: of Jewelry Promptly Or- PRESSING Fancy i Family Groceries ,'t
I will be /glad Jllve"my share of Mew Alon Moon, rradina coin f day... 4 00MireFbrrl.l.w.ongredingcon.2d.yn t .

the right of way on both sides of the (Itab. Bank of 1....1m_ lilt warrant A4 t 4 IK 71,,.) dered upon Request. DYEING sadV
'ratios through the hammock:; so far Mfr Nettle Radio, sal. tea unit d. *days 8 'lI5COntln. V Fresh Meats.
> ; as it roes! through this property. ( .... next work) BICYCLE SUNDRIES. REPAIRINGjeave ,

4' private road already exists --,--...- .
I .A a" Delluery Every Day at any Dour. Patronage Solicited.
through the hammock
from the platform .Kodak. word at my bouse and'clothes I .
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for about 350) yards, which cuuld NUBIAN TEA will.'be called, lor and returned.. &rltasatjAcreci 6 ulirrert Ikrflklkalbc,, ,drlSa>A.--.Arl6 _.5lSalAraeal8uetca.
bo. used, 'Your. very truly, TheOlceol6Pharmacy has secured V V ...
.A. E. DROUGHT. the local agency for the famous Kast- . - -- ,
Tbe Board decided that at the work man Kodaki. and now have them In Satisfaction Guaranteed* f- ,-
already planned. out would take all the stock ranging; in prices from $2 to 112. I I.WILLIAMS'
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mODe now ID the road fund, they Buy one and .make your own. pictures ..KDi.v; PILL.- 1 '" '" '" "-
would not. take action on this matter I7 ,MIL MAOM w re .T.M* e4. I
the present time but would tike it u) Laundry. } Have yon neglected your Kidney* have

again, at a later period"'with a view to Tbe agency for the White Star Keeps caused you overworked trouble with your your nervous kldn.ya end mjmtem bladder and? I '

f' giving Mr. Drought some relief.. laundry Is now ..t' the Home Store t Have[ you p.lo.ln loloa. .Id..back, roliu and I MACH BROS. :'
Mr. ,,W. B. Clay appeared before the and If wish to have the.. boy call bladder? ]liar :you a flabby appeftranooof the .
you .
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[ You 'ace, oupaolallT under the eyear Too frequent 1,
Board with his map of tbe county, a* on you weekly, lust ring up 1.14 and :drain to pan urine If mo, William' K>du.r I ,
per contract,and the same was referred you will be put on our and railed < pit will euro you. .-At Otoeola rharmaoy I '
to a committee consisting of P. A. on weekly. The work lIati I done In t < I'riooBOo.WE. Livery Feed and Sale Stable.'l I \'

,Vans Affoew, the attorney for the an efficient manner and ai. Tampa I ,.
Board S. Ur Bullock sod J. L Over- price. It Is an'
9 street. to examine and report to'' tha E HAVE JUSTRECEIVED )WOODDRAYINO'Everything :

Board at the afternoon ....Iuo.' An Ordinance. II '. I
a Mr. C. N.' Points representing? the i Ideal \. is New and First-Class. Wo will $

a' Bostwick-Goodell Co., presented the AM ORDINANCE B.gulodngtheU..of Pool or
following proposition to the Board: Billiard Table or Boom far Minor.BE ., Remedy (for I Render Prompt and Satisfactory :Ser- :

'r Klsslmmee Fla., July 6, 1908,. IT ORDAINED Ill THE: COUNCIL Of a new and complete'line of Drugs vIce Day or Nig ht. All Kinds .'
Mr.: Chairman and Gentlemen Cone.t TUB TOWN 0r..KI88IMMKE!: CITY '

J' Gentlemen.IwlUfurnighouroelebrated Section,: tt.b.ube unlawful for any' minorto 1r a wea Constipation and Patent Medicines; one of the I ) Heavy Hauling.AJBCAMAN'S l ; ,
er play at.yttn.1Mvein.. of pool or bluWda1a ? .
> cownn.nrro.nr. OLD STANb. .
: 'PHONE
Victory. Venetian blind IDS tailed I any room whareta a pool. or billiard Ubl. !. best assortments of Stationery j 113. '
t In the windows out of any one of our II kept for ..abllt mae:or to enter raqumtor lounre g r .. .. .. .. .: .(
rr soft woods, nnlshed natural l or paint about any room when pool or' billiard tablet are ever brought to Kissimmee; high I
y: r. ad In dark: colors. IS per cent off of kept for the...of Lbs public after the hour of S go.IHUDsaooo Indigestion .
a list price,.or M 05 per window) 0.If p.!.-,and any minor vlolatlnsthU aecUon ihall grade Cigars Tobaccos and, Cigar- .... '
.7oU will place them in I.betotlre building \ be punished by Impruwnmaat far not more than Otct a ipf tptl0IOf gt10ti0f100 1Ot10tICt>OfiOt) )OttCflCf
while I am here I. will make the thirty'daya, Itn of not cal N. N. 'Blllolls-
or by a more than Ban- ettes to suit the most fastidious '
; C. A. CARSON. J. A. CRANFOKO
? ,, e 8. Le LUPFBR.Secretary.. 'JA
bill at HO Ie.,. Everything .
deed
guaranteed dollaraaor by both aoeh .An. and ,unprlaraSM.S ,- President
forV to fit and gibe entire satisfaction. a.mta ness: andDyspepsia Baseball Goods on hand and .more Vteo.Pn.Idmt .
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Or If ,any member of the rhoaraiv:bola, too war."I..i.i or "
In Board want either blinds or screens "kMMr say pool.or billiard. tab). kept for the a 7 .:: -_ coming; Sling-shot rubbers for! ev-
V,V al&" white'! I aria here I will furnish ..helllat 1 OM of the ..bIle,allows amV nina to play at any. plies SO CINYSb

x same discount M 1 Maw the raa eof pooler. billiard.a* to_tar.freqaant ery' boy in Kissimmee; Toilet KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.
VV Very respectfully; 'ours. or,,",,-... wok pool or feuJard/ room V ,.
V C. }ti. PoINTS: after aid hour-ef 5.p. ran shall ba punkibed byunrri.inmiat Articles and all kinds 'of: Drug ,
ti Special Agent for not mere thaa atxty dye,o by '" .I'

a. After discussing ,the matter tborougbly. a See of oat aura than two haadred dollar, -or'by 'It U good "for the Liver Kldne,.., 8tomacli gists'. 'Sundries-in short, everything 'I
and baring been requested by both sash flaaand ImptfaMaaant.Sea. . Boweli and Blood. *
(f, the grand jury to nave laced ... AD ........_ or part ..<< ordinance* I. takes the plac of. calomel andlMro: that one might expect |Ito :Rough and Dressed V

'V ,;lo the, court ,house, the Boar pur- ...onfllot harewtth.'*. and tha.aanv arm'hereby. no bad liter effort*. y

Vt \ .based blinds for thirty windows Noealad.Paaaat. It U needed in the Spring.. f ummer. find in an up-to-date, Drug. Store i
l ,. V Board then' adjourned, until 2 o'clock. la opsn' aoialon, ,thta 7th day of ;July, nil and Winter, 1 b/ Men, Women and '
':;.:'P.D. 'a. A.'D.'-. ? T. .,.ILLIS!: U,ildren. can, be found at 41Ks1iee .Pine Lumber., '
'. r oonveoed' at 'tl p, to., there praakiratorOonncUof. of X.......... It li la extremely palatable-aran children, .' "
'bs1-abrg present a full atteodanoeIhoas City.AtiMMV; lib It.: ,Buy a bottle from' '
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