Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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 Material Information
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 31, 1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00344
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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employ the best of ,mechanics committees of. the Masons and Pythiank .
r Valley Gazette to meet at its office on ; J. '
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appointed, to after. the
Tuesday afternpon at 4 o'clock and turn out work the equal ofany ._ construction of Fraternity Hall was \
dlsouss the proposition of celebrating '" < ;' ..1
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E the day the cornerstone Is laid In the I house In Florida, and charge not one store of C.t> W JJann, at which final

} new High School building, about thirty arrangements! wet+-.plada. which will "

e of Klsslmmee'sleadlngmen reaoond- cent, more. 'For those reasons! we solicit give Kissimmee one ofUie handsomest
buildings la the State. The commit : :
ed, and from enthusiasm displayed tee are perfectly, satisfied with the progress : .
It Is a certainty that the grandest time your patronage.Hisgen that has been mad In members '' t

t i ,ever known in this town will be had ont taking stock and fully expect.> ery I .
ri that occasion '. share will,be disposed of before the I '. '
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explained bv Mr. W. U. Harris after S :5 The articles of lnoorpo..a.UODere 'I ,, M
which the question "" ....lllUt.a. to wheth- 1. presented to the meeting and after a.
.c t er those present .desired to fittingly few minor changes were made, were 1 ,
I- I" honor the occasion with a celebration adopted. '
; worthy of the cause which was carried A communication from Architect W.: '' :
without a dissenting voice the feeling and' GraveS'to, 1 13. Tally, of Jacksonville, was read.In 11' White Canvashoes ; .
of every one being that nothing too which he stated that he would be In ,
; I' big fr grand was too !good to commemorate Klssimtnee at an early date In connection "'
the day with the High School building ; l ttiust go. ,
Dr. M. J- Hicks: Unanimously Lead the Independents and owing to the fact that FraternityHall s'K ,
Chosen' as chairman of the meeting, all was to be erected wholly bv fraternal I .. .fr.. .
was Mr. P. A. Vans Agnew secretary. societies and \is!d for benevolent I -
{ The chairman asked that a general purposes he would take great
discussion be a'onelnto as to in what pleasure In\ drawing the plans and I Every pair of White I
/ manner the objects could he best! attained The head of the Ticket Hulls From Massachusetts furnishing) ftpeclllcatlooa for 2 per l
and almost every one present ceut. of 'its, Contract! price', which Is : I Canvas i '
i t I ,had something to say or some plan to and the Tail is Credited( With Ilnvlng Kcsi.dence three per cent less than the amount t Shoes and f
propose, but the (tine which seemed to usually charged "goy architects. Mr. .

meet with most favor was that of having in the State of Georgia. Tally's proposition was heartily\ accepted i Oxfords that .is: in (': I
r *a barbette, as that seemed to he J .b.v the joint committee, and the .
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the only wkly Ib which the town would ...L. secretary was Instructed to notify' him 1
It be able to entertain and care for the to begin work: at once. This act ; of I i Store }gat : ..I
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'multitude' 'of visitors who would be The Independent forces which assembled Jennings Bryan In nomination for generosity on Mr. Tusfjis. part Is: my. goes ':''
F here on that.occasion The only objection in Chicago on the 27th. find whichwascomposed IVfsldept. a New' York delegate: going hlghly.apprectated awl will' make for
urged to this.manner of entertainraent of no far as to strike at the gentleman him lasting friends In our city; and it, I. and below cost. '
was the probable cost, but principally mugwump ",Ith-. a cane, but One Kansante was Is safe to assume that many of tie : .
.... the opinion prevailed that as IClsslm- Democrats and Republicans who had quickly gotten oul'iof. the halt and new buildings to be erected in Kissimmee ' --r .t'. r\
", mee was the home of a large number been turned down, or thrown: out by what came near being a.disgraceful in the near future will be designedby -- .
of cattle owners, enough \beeves and their own parties, and ,,'ho.\yere led by affair was averted. him. ., \ .I'. '
sheep would be donated to feed every William. Randolph Hearst of New The <:convention adopted 'a platform. Following are the names of the two 'I Piice'on Ladies! \ t's
S d body who attended) and still be'plenty declaring1 agaltat everybody and everything I committees appointed by the! Masons .
left., York, nominated Thomas Hlsgen of except bucket shops which Is and Pvtblans, which in Itl.t'la a s'
Of celebration so granda Massachusetts President and John the most iniquitous system of gamblingin I '
course- on guarantee of success, as they repre* Skirts,Lawn ShirtWaists :
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Graves of Georgia for Vleo- and,which all law. .
scale as the one proposed will cost Temple '. existence today sent the best there Is In our businessand I '
considerable, but taking into account President. . abiding citizens protest( against. The social life: Forth.. Ma.onl-ll, I " z. :1' '. .
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Mr. UU en'Mho la a large stock. platform\ very adroitly constructed 's' greatlyrj: .
the amount of good our town will de- : N. rtrutlou, M. J. Ulcks H. C. Stan g ,, -1" ;
rlvskfroui, it by the people from abroad bolder in the Independent Oil\ Company and from first glancp "ould.seem Lobe j ford, C. W. Dann and 'W. U.I Harris. ", s ; , .,,',\,: '
y' beingmadeacquainted with .KUslmCsiiee'h first sprung into prominence abouta ) quite a vote catcher.as it appeals to I b'orthe Knights of Pythlag-A.v;I K. ,.,,.t, .) .
advanced state and her Wondf'rful year ago when he run for Governorof she >sentimental( slOft of man's nature, Donegan Horaa Thomas, C. .< L; 4 'y "; ,! F{ .duced. ;. !See-Sh6Bw?ll 'y,
resources, to say nothing of the Massuchtibetla on' the Independentticket but'a>careful btudyof it.will disclose Bandy, B. C.. Miller and N. G. Bryan.; ; ? < :
monument to our civilization we are and polled 35,000 votes. He Is large vein of socialism and anarchy To facilitate matters the joint committee 1 .
erecting"! we could well afford to spend said to be a man of great wealth and running through it. declded to constitute themselve, Window.; .-.'
i four times the amount and still l>e the cane&lIlya.lford to pay well for.the What can be the alms of this party a board of., directors to act until the = .. ,. ".0;
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', gainer. honor conferred however empty it III beyond our conception unless it be first annual meeting of the association '
: I, By motion a committee! of live was may be. scheme gotten up by,the Republicans ,' and : elected A. E. Donegan f .
appointed, consisting of C. A. Carson Mr. Graves is well known In' the to weaken Democratic ticket with president; H, N. UrattoUj first vice- b ,; ",.. "
.t Jno. M. Lee! W. U. Harris, A. K. South, having at one time been editorof the labor vote, m It is known that labor ' president; N. B,, Bryan second vice- ". .1,. .i', '" i'p, i ,
):. ane with a dally in Jacksonville and and especially organized labor,
Donegan U. U Stanford paper president;' li .Stanford, treasurer; ,
,S\ lPr. M. J, Hicks as ex-ofllcip member", later editor-in-chief of the Atlanta la solidly opposed to Taft on the Injunction c.. A, Dann, secretary I \. .., , :;:: :
,; 1 aSsd which Is known as the committee Georgian, "which position he was Oil plank It for no other reason The action of these two fraternal orders tf"I."I.
of arrangements, to lake jZ''Inl'ra.l'lu' log when Mr. Hearst engaged him as while the Democratic convention inserted ' in deciding to erect such a.hand .
nervlslon of the affair and make it a first aid Jn the management of his ,in its platform the very things some building has enthused the. entire TermsCash' '. ..
grand.success, and with such men at chain of papers He is best known: which labor requested but It Is little, town and frequent expressions are : : : \
ti the helm it Is safe to say nothing will possibly, aa an after-dinner speaker likely the ruse will. work for the labor-i made by some of our leading businessmen \ ., .'
left and to and for his erratic newspaper utterances log people know tlfat vote for 1.. '
oe undone we may expect a any that Klssimmee will now take on : -'f' "j '. :
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witness such a day and nave such a ; the most notable of which was other than the. Democratic party means new life and the town will begin to .. ;, ," fc'.l
time that our citizens will look back some months ago when suggested a vote for Taft- and they will take no grow, which will necessitate better and I! ...., <, .;., t.III
upon it with pride for years to come; the nomination uf Roosevelt and Bryan chances oo defeating their only hopes larger.buildings,. and unless the'signs II ., . ," .
The committee desires the coo per a- for President and Vlce-Presldent. of ousting their Republican enemies. of the times alter materially the sound I

4; tit of all classes of citizens both in A riot was almost'-precipitated during But then some people must have notoriety of the hammer and scrape of the f .. .)1'': ., ... ) ,
,. the county and city and,while as yet the convention by a delegate from if it does come h Igh, so let 'era. trowel will ahOl' supplant the wall II' .
no definite plans) have bean fixed upon' Kansas. placing the najne of William run,. they won't do much damage.. of the calf calling its mother on. our ''I' ,.'. -1,101\!',.. \." .. yr
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and that music and "',. ' :;'
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participate sports ?'.
of various kinds will be a feature. Famous Old .Sti: Cloud of any; 'plantation in the United States. I , I.-.-. '. ,, ".'.i .. ".
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A committee on transportation consisting There 'enough land there' to accommodate II '/ ".' "
of Messrs. Vfcotnas, Dandy, five hundred families and .t." 1'f, ; ,' : ,
Agnew. Parker and Harris, was ap*f It is my.. Intention'to try and get gone I ,r. ,1- '"
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< duty will I be to arrange Sugar Plantation Sold people on-it ., . .: < .. ,
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on that date, and as the celebration make good substantial Citizens and .''I'i, ,'" '.
occurs before the winter traffic sets in, county builders. If I successful I '' ,,; ..
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so and that hundreds of people will be benefited to an elll.eallllttle dreamedof '1' ' "-fa' {',. '
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World .
r. \rII. Makinson Purchases Tills Famous .
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;.j' take advantage of the oppci tunlty to ,, today acd it will be the awakeningof .
visit of beaut.lfullltlie city. of anew* day, the dawn of a new 'prosperity ; t.. ';'1I 1-G! {'if.' .* .*,\I;,', ,
Farm Hundred Acre and 'VIIICdt i.1 "
t The fear was expressed the past week Thirty-Five .... for us Anyhow I will do my 1 : ..,,1 I,. \', '. J!.. ''r' :Ji, ,.Y, .:'' .;. ", '.t 1.1.1 1r .
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that possibly the citizens would not It Up ii Five and Ton Acre Tracts. ** I best and Tarn not.calculating at all I .\}f.1.'j.\ \ >.\: .... "," "'..'
.5 1 :take kindly to a scheme to celebrate ? on failure The place .Ik worth eveI'll j I j' ",/re. ;1, ;" '+"" '
isftcb a grand scale, but that feeling I cent of seventv-flva' thousand dollar. I ''II", HI..,.....". Ji'; .. ,;.;;r.I/. ''...i-t:.. .:..
and when it Is in. full i operation twice ".j'" .roIr -
dIspelled: entirely at the meeting I'f) ; : kII
and each and every tae now declares 'The most important real estate deal finest sugar plantations: la the United that sum could not purchase It." . : 1 : , ..!! -" '.
that nothing could be too big for the 1 that'baa been made In Osceola county States.In N When' asked the question, what induced "t' , .:" ,. :f.. .;.I. . ::,..{': '.' ,',''';' ,' ;< .,.
'cau.H in which it is held, and a\'t'leod. to the question( whetherthe him to enter the real estate field .. " .j. ""' yy , 'J .:
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,ing their aid in every way possible was a days be had Mr. Makioson replied: "Why. have ,, '. c ,
rumor was correct tlxat ; I :
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since when Makinson : :( ,
the committee and offer their services. Mr.V U. of this place and intended to cut unbounded confidence! In Osoeola county 0:' \ \ .. . ,I.. ";; nIEM'a
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manner 'dirt, and consider the ... I
+, in any they are desired. this city purchased the world-famous It up Into small tracts and sell or lease St. Cloud ._ . ; '
,The Vallev" Gazette will from time to St. Cloud sugar plantation of 3,600 them said: plantation the figure a I safe and suri It Investmentat -II ....".,......'---' -" ..."... a '
time give the progress the committee "Yes. it is true that I have boughttte paid for ;; and then you .
Is full the acres, which In itself verifies the statement neyer win unless chance and .
making, and wUl publish in and Intend it in you ; I be, I
to cut
., well that things have taken a decided property up lieve I generally looked .
program when it is arranged, as five and ten acre, tracts, and I will upon as a'"
0 j s the day on which It is to be held turn for the better in this section and leave In a. few days for ths east in man who will, take va. chance on almost y
MMit we ,can state now that the affair anything but }In this Instance T .
we to soon witness an unusual search of who will 1 either bur
may expect men or COME: AND SEE ,
'ha advanced to the stage that insures believe I have placed my money oo a ,
lease it be possible thatI
'I activity! in land matters by the them or nay: ,
sure' winter
to those who attend one of the. grandest .certainly Property
will succeed in
time ofcCbelr,, lives. opening up of new sections and the getting! a colony to cannot go down and such a magnificent ,
settle on it. There are 3,500 acres in I''o: :"' & ..
working. 014farmt, bow lying, Idle. the place, and every acre of Itis subject place as, that one can only go up :, h
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price Is better
Open' When the St. Cloud the highest of cultivation no In 1'> 1 ,. Schools'To Monday.! plantation ,was to very state
the and thousands ,
I in a full working sat a smallarmy ,'and 1JOs.lbllbere Is not i another country ofpl.. ' ''' ,
In the North who bavs been :
The following schools will. open on I of men was employed to cultivate It, place In the entire United States stake down their pumpkins accustomedto 6" ,W. KAMI
Monday: ,August 2-No. 2, Ashton: and business lu Kissimmee was far beyond : that has been brought to such a high' yegtthemrolllbgdown the to pre- .. ,
No. 3, Shingle: Creek"No..4, Campbell} what it is today, and now that grade of perfection It' is thoroughly and wearing mountainside ,!: -t
'No. 6, Pine Grove;; No.' V. Central such an enterprising and progressiveman drained by dttche."hss a broad canal to maKe living thelrlivesouttrying five ..' .
tr R Padc; No. 8, Pegborn: No.' V, Flnney as Mr. Makinson has control running) directly I through Its center, a on acres ant thai ;
h 'Poi t;;'No. 10. BassvllleNo.; 23, Hil. it, we may expect the t good old thRee and has a compete system of irrigating ' mostly here rock and will buy be too settle glad to comedown ,,/. ';. ; .

,4i' .Hart's Island; No..35, East Lake. of those days to return for any one ditches, making every foot of.It. on'which from three or Eve upon lan k
The school at Bassloger, No. 28 will who I. acquainted with him knows that available for some practical use. It be to crops ayear '\' 1k :
o p\, "open on Monday August, ,* he will not spend ao idle moment until has omit every,bouAa necessary for a"full . can No.sir Grown, I would with -not half sell lobe it exertion. for A110' -
r every acre of that famous farm is under working force ,and a magnificent like .
'C.t 7.. L,. Moon baa returned 'from. cultivation and It has regained its dwelling, M well as the finest and best I anything feel investment near what Iteoatooe. for r,
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{I Mils. ,trip to ,Georgia. former reputation\ of, being.one of the qnlpoed sugar.mill and storage bouses my.one." was a and ludicious 1 :
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HUMAN l LAPS OPENED PRIIiCE OF I ',WALES' tlSIT.I OL OLYMPIC GAMES .ENDED UTOEinOTES. )lOB, ROUTED CONSUL OF POLITICAL. Campbell INTElEST..t was re-elected.* "

tterUwa. Troop on Plain Where Well C.-aL. Governor
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nml.Moltcalm DId. Several members of the New. York for another term as governor of

Government Remove Restriction Quebec, Que.-The prince of Wales Arriericans Take Highest Honors'I police force have been Indicted! for accepting People of Willemstad Make At Texas of

On 9OOOOOb; Acre. reviewed' 20,000 soldiers and sailorson By Winning Event*. money from rate track gamb tack on Venezuela*,Conciliate. Frank morning H. Hitchcock In company spent with most William
These Sunday
the Plains of Abraham after lore policemen would' fall to ,
which be formally delivered to the --'- make a case against any bookmakerwho J. Ur>'an In the Auditorium Annex 1

j RUSH governor genera) of Canada the title PRESENTS MEDALS paid for protection. One of the TROOPS WERE CALLED Oil Hotel Chicago. Politics was not
Sl'flJJlATORS IN WILD seemed to have
both
deed to the battlegrounds of Mont- QUEEN bookmaker refusing to bribe tbe policemen mentioned and
calm and Wolfe as a permanent memorial was arrested and he. In turn enjoyed the Incident.'
reservation made charges, which led to the Indicting Mmk. The Taft banner,which hangs overa
Mob Fore** V.a.su.laa Clti...to
Marathon Wat \
Crt Race Wen
n-.4b The
eI. D.U.r. C1i.ng.d Handa Field Marshal Lord Robert., who r by the grand Jury of several members ( Published SutmnanU. street in Lincoln Neb., will posal-
., wad ladle** Were Kept Prisoners. assisted tbe prince In reriewing.the ., AmericaItaly'rRepr*antadve 'of tbe police force Apology or bly be removed on the day that Mr. ,,,

,,' tit Their Land Was T...... troops excited hardly less' Interest Being Dii|>ulif>*... Joe M. Crlbb SO jean old. committed lUUtloni Badly Straiocd.Wlllemstad Bryan is formally notified of his nomInation }

\ than the prince ,himself, as many' of ... --' 'a r suicide at his home near Way -- ,

'' Bun- the men served under him In South l.oOIldd: fcnglanJi: :... The Olympic cross. Ga Every preparation for the, Island of Curacao. William Randolph Hearst has returned -
) . OklL-At midnight ..
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Africa The military forces engaged ljrougbt act was made with minuteness, the Mob. demonstrated _before the reel from abroad and won his arrival
:, day the law removing the govern- In the review were upwards of 12,000 .ames weds 'to a conclusion man even sending his 15-year-old son dence of the Venezuelan consul hen gave out a statement to tbe. effect .

1" r mats restrictions 'on nine million while sailors and marines from the 10 'lar as lhesports' held In the stadlutu to neighbor to get some one to sit and surrounded the, German consulate that he would not be the candidate y

',' acres of Indian lands In eastern Okla"f warships added another 6.000 to '.- were concerned, when Queen up during the night with his body. where the Venezuelan consul bn Alexandra: presented the gold medaid That all the steel mills: throughout taken refuge' Later the consul wai the '
,I" bOma went Into effect. 000.Each of the warships. Including the and trophies to the successful competitors ' the country. ,controlled by the steel escorted to bill own consulate by armed presidency. committee. of the' .re d,
i.' Every real estate ofllce in that put New Hampshire, furnished a large ,, and the dowager duchess of trust which since! last October have troops and removed the oMclal J>a. The executive named Chairman t
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: of the new state was crowded. with who debarked Westminster tbe duchess of \ the publican party, as
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quota of sailors and marine, been per. Troops are patrolling '
operating only {5 per cent of Charles .F.lirooker .<
follows:
R', anxious buyers and seller of, land; from the ships and rendezvoused ''I minster, tbe' ducbell,of Rutland we.t-I', their- capacity ,will be put Into full streets and guarding his residence. Hitchcock, Coleman da
"' t money changing hands by the hundreds on the plains Dense crowds packed Lady Desborough handed the blast In the 'Immediate future was and the consulate Connecticut; Tt E. Borah.

; I of thousands; agents.. .were busy tbe roads leading to the plains, making and bronze medals, ,tbe diploma and?, the keynote of a speech made by Following long series of what the Pont, Delaware. ; William Illinois e
Dowden ;.,
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.,.t oorrallng the allottees that have been. them almost impassable. The tbe commemorative medals to those. President Win. E., Corey at ,a meet-! resident of Curacao regard; a* antagonlsllc Idaho; Frank O. Victor Rosewater -
,I In ',captivity for some time past; reviewing grounds were alongside of entitled to them. Ing in New-York of the president of actions on the part of President Charles Negle, Missouri William; L Ward,
leases were taken on land that was I Wolf Cove where tbe British general Injill ot the events concluded since the subsidiary companies of tbe United Castro of Venezuela, directed Nebraska;; North
"pi attt bought and actual cash passed made his landing, and comprise the tbe-OIYb1plc games began early In the States Steel Co. against themselves and the Dutch government New York and'; Edward Duncan Pennsylyanla. .'

," 1 from band to band making the night entire range of ground occupied by year Including] > ; such game aswater Citizens of Natalbany. La., are mobs gathered In force at Carolina, Horse Penrose
one of tbe most exciting In years In the armies of Wolfe and Mom calm, polo and oilier m>orts In which England much excited over the killing of very a' this capital and expressed their re .

Oklahoma. Every one strlved to get which were turned over by the prlncas afore competed, the present boy In that town by two Italians and sentient In an attack on the bom< Governor Hughes of New York bas
y' tie first chance at the property. a lasting memorial standing of the count/leg counting the have ordered all Italians In the town of a Venezuelan, who bad published announced as a candidate to succeed
The removal means that nine mi Following the review" (the prince, of' wins only Is as follows: to leave. statements in Venezuelan \papers de: I himself. It Is stated that the party

(; lions of the 20/000,000 acres of India; Wales was entertained at luncheon ty>: United Kingdom 8, America 22, Swe rogatory to the ,Island held violent organisation of biB state does not
K' land In forty.counties of eastern Okie the mayor: of Quebec, after which tin den 7, France 4, Hungary 3, Norway, A perjury plot against Frank ''J. demonstrations In front 'Ot the rest want him, but to Ignore him would
horns, which part was' formerly Itdiaa prince attended tbe gala ball given IJy: Germany Canada-and Italy 2 each Gould the multi-millionaire of New dence of tbe Venezuelan Consul; surrounded mean tbe withdrawal of independent y
y territory becomes saleable the government of the province o. Belgium, South Africa and Finland 1 York City has been discovered.Gould's the German consulate, where voters from the support of the state

Tbe fight of tbe white man to prc Quebec at the parliament buildings.At each. wife Is suing for a divorce be had sought safely' and compelledthe ticket

,,, cure the Indian's land. began the, moment the state dinner given by NSar In the field and track events,. In. and sensational evidencewhich, was ordering out of armed troops to As the result! of the republi the Indian allotmept. wen Gray In honor Of the prince. Vice 1>'e.. which the points are counted lIve for given'regarding Mr Gould's conduct that the consul might be protected fereme_held In Chlcaga, which was
y' made and It bas been pushed eve (dent Fairbanks occupied the post ohonor' t first, three for second and Vine for the bas been discovered to be> false and from Injury. : tailed \\fFrAnk II. Hitchcock, chairman .

b" lnce.! For a month agents of real on the prince's right; with Ad 'third the standing la: America an organized gang of' blackmailershave In consequence of these demonstra:. of the national committee bead-

state companies have been rounding .rnlral Juregalberry the French repre 114 ,1-2. United Kingdom 66 1-3. Sweden been arrested.A r done of violence, the, relations be quarters will .be established Immediately
y up the Indians and negro allottees ..entaUve.t I his left 12 1.2. Canada 11, South Africa bomb was exploded in a tent In tween Venezuela and the people of In eight states and active campaigning
-! One buyer entertained a number of and Greece 8 each. Norway 6, Germany I which Governor: Deneen of Illinoiswas the Island' of Curacao. Dutch West ladles for Taft and 8herma.n be ti

j Indians and negroes; here for thre BELGIUM WORLD'S FAIR. 4, Italy 3, Hungary 2 1-3 Australia , I addressing a Apolitical meetingat are strained to tbe bre.klmgpoint. : The states taking part In the

ail days, ,the only condition Imposed beIng Brussels and Finland 1 each. Chicago. No damage resulted gun.conference were Illinois, Indiana
that they do not leave theli Will Open at April 1910 ;; The following Is a list of the Amer. from the explosion: and It Is thought Tbe serious nature of the situation Kentucky Missouri Michigan,
Iowa
t? room. or allow any one to enter, Will Last Six Months ican winners of the Olympic events the perpetrators Intended to take advantage that haw arisen between the Netherlands Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Brussels, Belgium.-In April. 1910. held In the stadium beginning July of the excitement to rob people and Venezuela Is emphasized or Louie-
; YOUNG I GIRL BEHEADED. the great International exposition wll 13th. In the audience. Policemen madea by the Issuance of orders to. ,the Hon. Henry selected Watterson chairman of a

,-- be opened at Brussels and will last Marathon race (26 miles 385 yards), number of arrests, but later all the Dutch cruiser Gelderland to proceedat vllle, Ky.. was the democratic par

r F r Gruesome. Execution In Frelb.rg., Sax for six months.Geographically. John J. Hayes Irish-American Athletic suspects were released. once to Venezuela to protect the new committee of largely with
ony--KIII.d Her Fiance. Belgium occuplei Club. Time 2:55:18.: Dorando of The record breaking ships Mauritania Dutch Interests there. Tbe Gelder- ty which will\ \ be charged of the cam

: r Freiberg,, Saxony The eighteen the central position among the great Italy finished first In 2:54:46 but was and LiTdltanla will be laid up land arrived at 'Vlllem tad with" J. D. the publicity of problems which Colonel Wattenson -.

\ year-old daughter of the mayor ol Industrial and commercial nations ol Freiberg was beheaded, In punishment Europe England, Germany and when ho fainted away before company which owns them having; at Caracas, on board who was v.111" \ \ head Its membership ,I
.. the murder of tbe man ,to whom Her Industries and Venezuela President newspaper committee,
tor France. export crossing the line. decided that the wlnttr travel be- dismissed from by the publishers of .,
!ift abe wa engaged to ,be married tlons compete with these countries Eight hundred metres flat ((874 tween New York and Liverpool would Castro, being druwn from newspapers In air j.
( Tbe executioner of this woman the world over, and through Belgium's Irish- all the metropolitan 1
!t{ young yards), Melvin W. Sheppard not warrant keeping these expensive Mr. Hrya'scandidacy.
which support
t reached the city and carried great port. Antwerp a:' large amountof American Athletic Club. Time 1:52 .-3. vessels in service. A big saving Is FEMALE COLLEGE WILL REBUILD; tbe country Watterson will name .'1
thin box containing the axe the of the southern - Mr t tpersonnel
4 long, product. par Olympic record. effected in coal alone, the bill per day committee later. -i
.( :with which he did hi. work and of the United States Is distributed Fifteen hundred metres flat (1.6395 for either of these leviathans of the Pupils to Study at Florence UniversityUntil of the (

i brought with him also a handbag will over the continents of Europe. )ards), Melvin W. Sheppard, Irish-.. Atlantic averaging $1.OCO. Completion of New Buildings, John A Johnson of Minnesota received "" J
a a suit of evening; clothe. The wear During the elx months of this expo iVmertcan Athletic Club, New York. LaGrange Ga.-Every assurance Is a personal letter from W. J. .
Congressman R. P. Hobson of Ala- I'"
i fog of this garb; Is an official require sltlon the captains of Industry and Time 4:03 25. given that the historic Southern Female Bryan democratic candidate for the
bama and Mr. Samuel P. Cadman of
went, of the sombre occasion Tb commerce of all nations, will visit One hundred and ten metres, hurdle College, located here which was presidency, requesting his early presence '. '
N. Y. met in debateat
lirooklyu joint
preparation for the execution: at the Brussels. Tbe south has many industries (120.2 yards), F. C. Smlthson a recently destroyed by fire will be re at Fairview. and asking him ;
Marehaltown Iowa on the
necessity
..,i' prison bad been completed and the'' which should be represented at Multnomah Oregon, Athletic Club built. KepreKentatlve' citizens of hen he would be available for speaking
1
..:v: man did bis work quickly and privately this fair, notably the different prod- Tim 16 aecond."orld'. record. of a greater navy and the Japanese Georgia are taking an interest In the purposes. The latter question Is

.1[: and departed from Freiberg as qul. ucts of cotton seed as well a* many Four hundred metres, hurdle race war greeted rltuatlon tbe speakers An immense and honors audience - raising of funds for the purpose and asked Mr. Bryan. says In his l letter .1'

i;\: otly a* be came. Ingenius and useful Inventions. These ((43..2 yards), C. J. Bacon, Irish-Amer were declared even at the closeof the members of the large alumnae of In view of the numerous requests Johnson that
The ,executioner I lI.n anonymous would make Interesting exhibits. ican Athletic Club. Time 55 seconds the the college; located in every section of 1 have been received for Governor :

Jf. person sent here from Dresden on -,;. Relay race (1.600 metres), team arguments.Joseph the south are bard at work In the Interest for speaking dates In the various I
.. the announcement that the king 'ofr WILL INCREASE CAPITAL of four won by United States. Time J. Henry an ordinary sea of having the, school rebuilt. states. lie says the demand. In this

; Saxony bad refused to pardon Crete 3:29 25.Hammer. man and powder passer on board the This school has been In successful respect Is general, and he hopes tbe ,
:'? Beler for her crime. Standard to Have 600.000.000-can throw. John J. Flanagan, new battleship Mississippi was killed. operation for sixty-live years and Minnesota governor "will be able tagUe '';< ..
', Add 940,000,000 to Surplus. during a gun drill in one of the forward his attention.
Iri.h-Amerlcan Athletic Club; distance while it lost a fine equipment will It
r J FAILS.,TO. FOSTER FRIENDSHIP. Chicago III. -Following closely the 170 feet 4 inches "hler'caught eight-Inch the turret. Ills necker-of rise again better than before. After a seven-hour conference in ''
and decision of the United State. court Throwing the discus (free style). Jp training signal President M. .iV. Hatton of the South Chicago with William\ \ J. Bryan and :
J ; Relations' Between English Amert one of the guns and drawn Into the
; of appeals reversing tbe decision of Martin J. Sheridan Irish-Amerlcan' ern Female College is also at the John W. Kern respectively democratic
Athletic Official Strained. and his neck
lean machinery was broken.
t Judge Lndis In the government suit ,Athletic Club; 134 feet 6 1-2 Inches. head of the Florence University for nominees for president and vice I
;; '}1?' London England,-Thoughtful men against the Standard Oil company of I Throwing the discus ,(Greek style), A* the result of a terrific electrical Women located at Florence Ala., and president, the subcommittee of the
: .1 'In England have serious doubt and American storm which passed over the Pennsylvania made its selections j''
r Indiana, theDally News sas: 'Bank Martin J. Sheridan Jriah- until the Southern Female Collegecan national committee
". .*ji j these doubts are being expressed: In era who have close affiliations with Athletic Club; 128 feet inches, the National Guard encampment at be rebuilt Its pupils will be taken of the ofllcers of the commit, J'

t ti some of the,most ,Influential newspa-- the Standard 011 company state that Olympic record. .Getliburg. Pa,, six troopers wet killed care of at the Florence Institution tee. It was, the first. time in many ...
/ 'lien whether tbe Olympian games organization will soon announce an Putting the "weight, Ralph Rose the and 'over two-score Injured, some .. yearstbat a national chairman had 'l'ti .
'served'any good purpose whereas theoretically Increase In the capital stock of 1100- Olympic Club, San Francisco; distance of them seriously, by being struck by EXPELLED FROM VENEZUELA. been selected by the democratic party 1 R.,

k j International friendships.: The re.ipki capita stock of 600000000. There Standing high jump Ray C. Ewry John T. Burford of Chattanooga, Castro. Sends passports to Ministerof waged. Tbe officers are as follows :,

tsult of the meetings just finished bas will be added from the earning. of New'York A,, C., with 5 feet 2 inches Tenn.. whose suit case,, said to have ,, the Netherlands.Caracas. ; Chairman Norman E. Mack Buffalo f
been to create international dlssen- the fiscal year about $40,000,000 to theoraanlzallon' Standing broad jump Ray C. Ewry contained $10,000 In stocks and bonds Venezuela,"' President Castro N Y.; vice chairman, U P. Hall, Nebraska "
f stone and kindle animosities. The relations with 10 feet Was stolen has bas expelled J. If. Dereus, the Governor C. N. "
surplus. It was given New York Athletic Club at Chicago recently, ; treasurer
minister resident. of the .
and American Netherlands .
the English
between out that the large Increase In capitals 11 1-. inches .. recovered his property, from Venezuela Haskell Oklahoma; sergeant at arm, ,
-officials have become : The ,minister's
+ athletic 'a In order that broad Jump F. C. Irlon, passports Martin Missouri secretary
diplomatic 1.
move Running
Mrs Sarah Elizabeth Stetson, wid John -'
be exceedingly were sent to bin Senor Paul .t
strained that it-will by .. !
difficult 110 for representatives of the two he dividends may not look so large" Chicago A.'Awith 24 feet 6 1.2' ow (If the late millionaire hat maker the Venezuelan minister of foreign Ure) Woodson Kentucky .t;
#' nchei, Olympic record. John F. Stetson was married to The course of the price of stocks
affairs With them Senor Paul sent i
competitions I
nations ;to arrange any fAlLS' HEIR TO MILLION. ,
Forter
Running high Jump, Harry F. Count Santa Eulalla of Portugal by Ybrk on Saturday was ascribed S' '
V In the future or them out with- a letter In which he said: "in view In New ,
carry : '. Irlsb-American A. C.:; with 6 feet Monsigneur Turner chancellor of the the interpretation placed on
,
; of the to
opinions In
i expressed
Sr. ,out unpleasantness.t John Wood Formerly of Bristol record. your of
t 'The Italians feel that they have T.nn.. ''Q ts fortune From England. 3 inches Olympic JL. C. Gilbert, Yale_ and. anchldlocese: of Philadelphia. the I published letter of April 9, President Judge Taffs speech of acceptance of which .t
Pole vault ,
for president
ceremony was performed at the the nomination .
/ been treated unfairly by the awardIng Castro who is entrusted with the
Bristol Tcnn.-John Wood who Cornell tied for first distributed.
been .
the E T. CooKe bride's beautiful estate near .Philadel advance copies bad
to guardianship of the national decorum
Marathon race
,
of the was the first business manager of the : place with 12 feet 2 Inches.- .' phia.Tbe, :. II Claims of a knowledge of the contents '1
I.J j 'American, Hayes,' Bristol Herald-Courier, but who has I One hundred meter swim (109.3 general opinion of leaders In recite: that you are medium Incompetent; to were made the basis for published
as In
serve a friendly the relations
"' been engaged In board of trade work yards). M. M. Daniels, New York A. comments which were circulated
i ,STEEL FURNACE(; BLOWN IN. tbe financial world seems to be that between this government and
F: In South Carolina, now being secretary C.; time 105 35.Wrestling' the decision In Standard 011 case the Netherlands. Consequently he In the financial district previous to, i'
' of tbe board of trade al Green catch-as-
,(119 pounds, of the stock market. .
s. October-Workman would result In reaction_ to business.Wachiniton. lends you your passports that you the opening ,
Since
V, Had Been |Idle- vllle. that state, has recently fallen catch can). George N. Mehnert National leave Venezuela". There was some selling at the outset *'
.yv Rejoice heir to a million dollars, according to Turnvereln America. j! may on the allegation that the Roosevelt -' .w

,,\ Plttsburg,'Pav-There wa great rejoicing information received here. His wealth Eight cadets have been ordered MILLIONS BY fRAUD policies were reiterated by the candi .t q
yl where comes through the settlement of a MAN IS HIS 1 demand developed :
"? In the town of Rankin, HSJHTSJATHER-1N-LAW. home from West Point Military Academy : date. A substantial ,
.f" 'the,, United State Steel corporation vast estate In England In "which head for hazing a freshman by making Twenty-Nine Mail Order; Houses Indicted at the decline and a material recovery -
''I.A" baa 7000.000 :worth of blast furnaces > an Interest Mr. Wood Is a mid.- Woman' Husband Is Uncle and the him comply with the following by Federal Grand Jury. I followed. Professed groundfor .-i''

:: ,. when the' seventh and last off dle-aged man. lie stood high social Grandfather of Wife's Children. order: "Go out Into G company Chicago. Illinois The federal tbe buying was the claim that the 1
'
G ,the Carrie' furnaces,, which bas been Jy' in Virginia, and Is one of those Kalamazoo, Mich. Benjamin street and pick up a hundred nice fat rand jury has con.jleled an Import speech of acceptance would be found
Ji'i last men who understands bow to Pearce married Mrs. Myrtle I l omin- ant silting, having! returned Indictments financial world.
.N, ,Idle; ,sine October, year young 'ants, put them in your cap and l In satisfactory to the
'.. E was' blown' ;*, 'In. The whole adapt themselves to almost any condition son-Porce-DeForreBt-Alnsworth and half an hour come back, count them against t twenty-nine mall order Chairman Hitchcock now declare i

i-"'. town turned out and cheered .when so that his friends anticipate hereby became tatber.ln-taw of his and If any are absent report accord. douses, whose illegal profits are alleged the fight for Taft elector will be ac-VI.

,1 Miss' Cecillia Hagar daughter of Dr.' his his new-found wealth will makeno sister and uncle and grandfather of. ingly. If all are present or accounted to have been between four and lively waged In every state, and tbaf of ,
'C. A. Hagar touched the electric but. material change In his demeanor. his wife's son's child.' for put them in jour locker until five million dollars, for using the not one "will be abandoned to the :;

ton which set the machinery In operaiition Mrs. Pearce by her first husband furlrfer orders." nails to defraud. other party." k
LOSS OF 35,000,000. became the mother of David Force. Among the indictments charging Illegal "
.- The Mayflower! President Roose boy whom Mr. and Mrs.
the The latter led to the altar Gladys use of the malls was a Joint bill A Japanese I.,
1 1t Rankin depends entirely upon River Levee Breaks and velt's yacht collided with a lumber raised and educated In now In
'blast furnace for Its revenue and San Joaquin Acres.Antloch. Pearce sister of Benjamin Pearce laden schooner while taking the president igalnst Birch F. Thomas and Edward Bryan filling a position of trust ..,
,since theyhave been {rile the Inhabitant Floods 4,000 They had a baby. As the'husban4'ofbl. to NewportVR.; I., from Oyster Hhodus promoters of the alleged Japan the republican
of the town bav.'teen In a deplorable Cat-Two hundred feet of Bister's mother.IIl-law. Benjamin Bay. Life boats from the Mayflower fraudulent operations of the Central Judge Taft has advised to make

> condition. Since the first of he San Joaquin rivet levee gaveway, Pearce becomes bill sister'. father-ln- saved the crew of the; schooner which Life Securities company; the Repub- national committee the '
for repObllcans.
I;, the year the big furnace. have been and Jersey Island comprising; 4.01)0) law. As the plain brother of his tiger was cut almost In two. President IIc Life Insurance company; the Mercantile a fight to carry Georgia J

placed In operation one toy one. until acres, Including 300 acre. of be naturally la her child's uncle. Roosevelt was sleeping at the time Finance company and a num- 5
t, now all are active and every one In was flooded. The property loss celerY'1 And as the spouse of his sister's of the collision and knew nothing of >er of other concerns said to have Mr.. Bryan Is kept busy receiving .j
town employed again. mated( at 5000000. child's grandmother be J. the infant's the accident until morning been used in swindling operstions. pilgrims: to his Lincoln home. 4.

address of 5,000
Delivering an '
'BIO STEAMER ASHORE. POLITICS LEAD TO TRAGEDY TABLETS TO BE ERECTED To guard against friction pending a tURK lULLS HIS AUNT. words Immediately after learning of ,
settlement before The Hague tribunal L.
-- the death of his mother T. Clearyof
German;i ,Vsssel Anibus Will B* Total Member of the T4.... Legislature One In Baltimore, Other In Marietta of the respective rights of American Hobs Her of 92,500 Cash and Wound Plattevllle\ WI.,, had a trying experience j

4 *H, Loss.'Sari I Shootr Man Who Opposed Him. Qa., National Cemetery. fishermen in Newfoundland waters, Her Daughter. before the state democratlo .:a

Francisco, Cat-A telegram Dallas Texas.-A political tragedy Washington D. C.-* ontracts are the depsrfm of state at Washington Patterson N. J.-August; Eberhard convention at Milwaukee. Wls. The ,
XI' :'received .fTWn the lighthouse! keeper awarded tbe has reached an .agreement with the grocer's clerk who was arrested convention did not appreciate the situatlon . "t
rowing( out of the fight on United BOOn to be by quartermaster '
the British foreign office for
an extension
it Conception thirty ,jnlles from has confessed that he address was ft>pry .
,at Point last winter of tbe for furnishing ere, murdered until Mr. Cleary's
general
States Senator Bailey -
wasenacted army of the present modus Vivendi .:
,t Santa Barbara, stales that the. Ger its aunt .Mrs. Otlllie Eberbard and concluded. Three days ago. Mrs. Clea"i,
Anibus of the, Koemoslane. at, Comanche, Texas. E. C. bronze tablets authorized by governing the fisheries., to ,cover the
&IlIt.e.mer. her Wisconsin Became
wounded
Miss
daughter OtillUEberabard. a pioneer ,
Gaines, running for re-election to the congress-one at Fort McHenry, Maryland approaching fishing season.A 1
went ashore ,on San Miguel island He kilted the woman,, ill, following the death. of her husband
and the other at the National
*. apd tbe cbanfces are that the legislature, met his opponent J. W. circular was received at Panama tripped her of her clothing stole $2- a month before. Her illness

,...,steamer'and cargo will be a total loss Ree.e. and shot him down on the Cemetery at fastened Marietta to, Ga.the flag The staffat former from Washington, abolishing, from iOO, which was sewed in the bosom was not supposed to be serious ,
will be
sreirgqjti valued at $110,000 and street. Inflicting mortal wounds. to mark the August 1,' the department of municipal of her dress and drove the younger One of Mr. Bryan's important, call- A
.!..:,' 1t[ vessel at about an equal amount. Gaines is tbe present member of Fort Mcllenry located the flag which spot engineering, and building' and the department woman from the scene wounding her era last week was Josephus Danielsof I,

.f .. t>4 first and second ,mate with a the legislature from Comanche coun where was the composition of the "Star of construction motive pow. is she fled. Raleigh, N. C., proprietor of Tbe '
of the crew put off In a lifeand ty and during the last session attracted Inspired The tablet at the er and machinery of the canal admin Mrs. Eberhard and her daughter News and Observer member of the '

made a landing during the attention! by his bitter opposition Spangled Banner will'be to the istration. The work performed In the lad but recently come to this county national committee and member of
memory
report that the' Anibus to Senator Bailey. Reese was a firm Marietta cemetery those divisions will hereafter
tThe with
4t ) who past by having come the expectationf : the subcommittee .to select a chairv
: ; ...",u i '',pounding to piece when they supporter of Senator, Bailey, had and for of the to late tbe Henry government G. Cole the be done by the engineers of the Atlantic August Eberhard! marrying the man and other officers of the national .../' ,i
f Iqtt'pad would probably be a total the vast be,and Qalnes have ugly presented Central and Pacific divisions laughter. Ii
campaigning Incident.. ground for a national cemetery. committee.Mr. }
i k'-I Attorneys for Magon VIII.real.and Bryan spent ten hour, In delivering
HEART. '' Rivera, held at Los Angeles, Cal., the REIGN OF TERROR ENDED. short speeches on the Issuesof
DIES OF A BROKEN
DISQUALIFIED I HIMSELF NAYALJPOSTOFFICES.Each :,
\.ri': i'f fGE t Mexican revolutionists, have received the Campaign into a' phonograph.

i' .. I.. i in Registration Sad ,'.Ending. ', of ,Policeman Who Shot. Ship to' Be 't Equipped-tn'lUtsd !, word from,, Washington that;"thelr application ' Bandits Who Raided a Suburb of Boston Previously be had made similar
: Ruling Makes: for a wrltof habeas Have Been, Driven Away. '
Killed corpus tbe
and Boy: speeches on record of a competing
'
Hli' Men .Held positions.f
: ( .11I."al. May. ,. will 'not ,be heard ,until the Octoberern
The
NewYorkj City,-Policeman Alfred Boston. Mas.-In a desperate gun concern. Intention Is to Z
1 01l. Virginia--Judge,plartin.' In Nathaniel'' Shuttleworth ,of Brooklyn Washington D. 'Cr=Arrangementsare of tbe United States supreme attle with 500 policemen one memo give the speeches wide distribution

"yn Mn?' that .'peraol1a1pa7ment ,ot tae- I. '' death Shuttlewortb died, of remorse being perfected' for' the Installation ,court.; ber of the Jamaica Plains bandit throughout the country of his own'

-"(..": fneans',that before. 'the. voter Is i and of,a broken.,heart. .. of a postofflce'' on' every ship In Reports received\ ,, In Washington sang-was riddled\ with bullets and kill volition. Mr, Bryan announced that he ,
'auaUfied.to vote be"must present hima ATen 'months ago be shot and klllodaboy \ the United State navy authorisationTor from> Venezuela say that President id in a ravine In Forest Hill Cemetery. received "$800',from ,each ,of tbe two-,

1 salt ,"la Ue. 'fI....". at,the office of jtbetreasiTrcr who was resisting 'arrest It thliw....action having been'' made ,at Castra of that country has grossly Insulted ,He..:fought ,to the last ditch concerns' as compensation ,for his W,

and ,that payment by check was an accidental killing. Shuttle- the las"session of congress.. the ,managers ,of ,,two English hits companions'.In.the raid of Jamaica work, which he would contribute" to-flj( ;
elf fbessenger :Is act payment under worth always Insisted that It was an Enllsted'men on each ship maybe: c Ompaniesund i ,that England had ordered escaped.' Thus ,ended a 16- the national democratic. campaign. .
-Ae aw' dlsqvaltfied:'not only himself accident, but' be was indicted by the appointed a* postmaster and assistant these gentlemen home ,until lour. reign of terror in Boston, In und. '

..... u,. registered voters grand Jury,'' suspended from duty, postmaster. their regular pay, to be their claim"agalnstCaatro.could', ''' be which the bandit, killed two. men and Taffs campaign'maager'is'calling' ''

,_ krbotbaed 'naailed, a check ihnnned by bis old friends and ostra- increased $500' and' $300- a ,year respectively ' .tied. i J I Injured' fifteen. "v_ ?. .. I tor' $0,000,000. a* a campaign fund' ,

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J loud tweed suits; rainbow-col t A
ored bat-scarfs, and vile tobacco. sore throat: is a .

What shall Daphne Chester dot She ,
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bas no choice but to set ber'' features dangerous malady (

;.'.J ROMANCE | .RE tlTY---- those into the soft moat features forbidding are capable expression of OR'g'7 NTJe I buftyou f dont need to ,

wearing fix her ores to whatever music TOMATO RUST.Ru.t tie

hall compliment the stranger may ot.tomato vines may be prevented a.sockaround

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BY Miss ANNIE, EDWARDS.J at no time bread. is now scarce passable disease first shows Itself and be con
by reason, of the barley that tinued vigorously and tbor9ulht-( '
CHAPTER I, sways: across It In feathery, encroaching Indianapolis News.
Continued. In the maces of the waits she whispers waves from either aide, BALLARD\S ft.

"So bare IZ'! orlei Daphne Chester tile "yes that' should bore | The carnation deepens on tbe glr% }> SOIL WELL DRAINED C
Ir brought warmth and color to another's. cheeks but she her SNOW
"When holds bend
n-l
n ,the tide l. going out! up Of all the requirements
life : for
Remember l1a well as lien. And the vohlnlo'of'elfOgGnt bravely and proceeds. an
Mnltro Ilaiuou's grandson: ; orchard perhaps the most
literature falls to tbe ground Importantof LINIMENT--
;; k think bow soon n little chKd: as per. Tbe stranger is within a doseD yardsof all Is that the soil Is
the drone of well drained.
the tide
rising the rustleof
,
_
her well-knit
haps raul! might be surrounded byttne''' young fellow of Even when It Is
tbe'garden. trees disturb her possible to, remove
of these treacherous spring tides, and sensesnomorenSllss five or slx-and-twentybronzed hardy- the' will cure that throat In
snrplas
water by abort
Theodora II .al"el means ,of tile order.. -
r looking soldier fall
carried nwny-'to'+t before'' a' baud you could hardly drains' Ballard'a Snow Liniment
And now,' on tiptoe bis:lips apart or open'dutches It doesnotanswer : penetrates the pores, promot'
'an
to
could be stretched prognosticate by profession, with lay free circulation
out to the
mve him. as well firing muscles
and bla aa when the nature of' more e4a .
eager eyes never qoittlng Lie wUolty.
IIer'cheek. pnlt!,'her eyes suffuse bei: air of ,boyhood, a', lingering' look of the soil '
tore: the pictureluridly terrible a* warden's face does!: Paul come' forrrard. Harrow or of Rugby giving pleasantbrightness uran,.. permits Even It to soak away nat: CU'DES RHEUMATISM,CUTS,SPRAINS. BRUISES, *+t
lf.be though the trees
can her slide In safety may
peas
his WOUNDS
Martin. Deluge, that' her own Imaginiftlon to face and bearing. 'make a good OLD SORBS, 'STIFF JOINTS'
the growth they
beach with all its glorious are seldom
"And not
paint.. -not an excnndonUt fruitful. BURNS AND ALL PAINS. '
-Farmers
wonderland of rocks and pools lies thinks Daphne on the 'Instant Home Journal.
(, Oh. I know-I know, retort Mini ;
before him( With his hand In his subtle . -
What
Theodora with the natural! irritation sense, unclassified b, PAVE INSTANT RELIEF.
,: of superior orthodoxy. "This want of mother safe clasp. Paul once the; physiologist enables a woman,' wltb FRUITS 'AND BERRIES. ,R
Henry Stone Provo .
trust this nervous morbid anticipation summer (at three! years, old "this'sum- her eyes fixed on1'' the horizon to see When-toe currant leaves are ball Snow IIlnlnvMit for Neuralgia, UtAh. writes, '1 ba'Y8l18ec1 BaJUrd!)

of evil. It the flow of :your character .mer" hounds'' the whole memory') clearly, aye, theorize upon every smallest grown spray them with Bordeaux which upon appllc&Uongave me, Tootb-avcho instant relief.and Sore Throat '

t' Daphne. In former daya: when we wandered to 'the farther limits cf the Intermediate detail of the"plctureT mlxtur mend It a* bolus the beat LIniment! I hare I can raoonv-
were In the nursery, mothers bad no shore: even. to tbe tower' of Gabrlcllvseparated "He has a .ketcb.book-mu.t be ac When currant worms begin their pain caused from Neuralgia, etc" er r Used In curing ,'

: t iiervta tp, speak: of-the.better for tbelr '<- already from the mainland 'OmpUabed-bla thrown his cltrac: work jose,, kerosene' emulsion wltb PRICG::25c: 50c
AND
children With 1'aul's ..'flub tempera I by a thin line of waveless ...... a"",01-1. of gentle breeding. His hellebore for tbe spray Repeat twicea 'I$1.00 ;

ment, you may be. quite asy as to his lie remembers, bow the prawns, MB hands do not embarrass him his eyes week till tbe worms disappear -

taking: care of himself under. all clrcumstancea. and fearful game to Paul; gave each do not embarrass tne." For plum and cherry trees a weak Ballard Snow

'There tit ill trampling other chase. among the 'manycoloredpool Only giving her as long a glance as solution of tbe. Bordeaux mixture;' Tbe ; Liniment Co.. ,

t down the flower bed at till* moment' *: remembered how ofarasey carried 'the eyes of flve-and-twenty can give thorough, covering tbe whole tree 500-502 North Second .' r.

However If you Insist njwit It, I willcarry his socks aft : shoes, he 'Paul of tbe blushing face of a pretty wo In treating rapes use Bordeaux Street.
my book down on the terrace paddled In search 'of crabs upon the man., this side of offense Then the mixture just before they bloom to ST. LOUIS -' MISSOURI.

and keep guard-the pinks and geranium wet. soft sands. Imagination pnlnts stranger steps aside Into tbe deep bar. prevent black: rot. Give all berry ",
.* for very certain need guarding I -no Mamsey by-bow be,1011 paddlo ley for ')11'.. Chester to pass, halt'raises bushes an application of the mixture '

until :you return." in the real big tide hi* shoe and sock hl .IuIt'send'"oDe_ ,_ quick glance earlyIn the season. Sold and
' on; ave, an And so before Mrs,,Chester starts in pursuit QI me ginisu. graceroi ngUP I -
upon her errand she baa the 'comfortof buttoned straw bat pushed before him when' !It has passed, and continueshis BELLEWORT.
''
seeing Miss Theodora, in a girlish, as a shrimping net tbroogh.;lhe .ater. way, sx The 'botanical 'the For Sale at' ROBERSON'S DRUG STORE.
name of Belle-
broad-brimmed bat tbe, book of elegant and never once a voice to sd"y "Don'tr'If Thus tbe adventure over; la a life' wort la PUtycodon grandlflorum. It j"i i,
'
literature lu her band .tlm,' pac. only Aunt Theodora will keep. sequestered as Daphne Chester's to is a handsome Siberian plant won.

ing up and down a terrace at the bottom asleep. come across a vrcll-looklng.stranger on derfully la '
hardy
light
dry
soils but
of the garden while|| she keeps She keep asleep; her head gradual1. a summer afternoon may, aided by Impatient of damp and undralned sit.. ,I KIS5IMMEE I
.watch and ward over raul."Goodbye .- settling back Into a comfortable attitude lIIedU.t1onbeeoDle, nn adventure. nations
where Its
agalpst the corner of the arbor Thu. those two people have met with thick"-aeahT roots
my sweet! Be sure you ; are sure ,to decay. '
kill no more butterflies, and stay closeto her .mouth opening: ti little tier spacta- issues literally of life and death dependent The flowers
are two to three
Aunt Th"odom. and fo.Dl'mber the cles'resting upon the extreme. Up of upon their speaking have kept across, deep blue and borne at the Inches end RIVER ROUTE.LILU
currant cake for to-morrow. her aquiline nose!-and with a rush silence. But now appears the Deus cf ,
Thus Daphne ndmor.islu-o'! her sort Paul passes her. e:. machine, the first vlslbfo' link lu eachbr.nch.The'br.nehe.. are .

,her ideas on education us the. reader Two minutes later be la running, fait that dark chain" that binds us and the about eighteen feet hlgb. Perhaps LILU. BTXU.UKR KOSKUDA.

>niu"t observe, having tiiclr 1:11,1. In the as his sturdy little legs can bear him which It Is our pleasure to call Kate. b. overhanging beat position for the plant would Captain Clay Johnson. 8r. Captain Clay'. Johnson. ,Jr.llegnlar .- 4

doctrine of rewards and punishments, toward Gabrlelles. the tide crawling The stranger absorbed la his corner of the a ledge in some sunny eekly trips'to Basilngwr s-4 return Boseada leaves 1CJMbI, '

of bribery and corruption. Then she slowly, surely! ? in around him on every thoughts' or by hit car. has droppeda bent down by the garden '*s It'Is easily sjsee Tuesday morning: and arrives rtlsslmmee Friday evening.,
winds
owing to its
turns'away down tj ft narrow path side. f -, letter and Daphne baa barely passed slender stem. There is a white variety Special Charter.Trips to Lake Okeeo>opee and''Fort Myers; _u.. "tint

which leads to the sl.V him by half dozen she Comfortable accommodation .
entrance of a steps Detore for passengers. Rates '
which Is not so good as tbe blue.: ; re aoaabl...'
Fletde-la-Iteine, and MUs Theodoraand CHAPTER IL .... discovers It. lying in tbe path. The plant Is grown from seed which The most picturesque .Wttenray' la Florida -
her charge are left n'one.: She stoot>s'down. Eve-like snccula- ,are readily Fes- Passenger, and Freight Hates. apply'to n
The sun grows hotter ate hotter as Science. tlve. She reads! fte( address: procQred.-lndl.n.poU.
News.STARTING. CUT : '
JOHNSON. ;
Bn;
,. Proprietor:
he sinks; the flower garden at this The tide closes around little Paul Tis written In a woman's band upon On "
board "UUIs
bour of the day Is ulindelpts. Less than and his mother, without a misgivingat aa envelope of blue rep; a squure- Klsalmmee FU

half a damn turn upon tue parched her heart walks onward through shaped envelope 'at least three times PARSLEY INDOORS. ,

award of the tel'l'lwelmcoe to set The- the verdant, summer-smelling lanes larger than the old-fashioned letters to Parsley should be available from . -" 'ir e,

,odor Vanslttart longing for the cool tbe blue sky smiling overhead. tbe which Mrs Che ter'. eyes are accustomed the home garden the year, round but 0 '

comfort of the rose-scented oak-doorrd voices of the haymakers ringing merry at Flef-de-ln-Relne. It one waits to plant It out of door :Advertise in 'Yoar Home:Paper, i

I farmhouse porlnr. And Paul la so through the fields; earth and heaven "Sir John Severne Royal Engineers, there are likely to be several weeks

'safe-Paul Intent on mischief slyly: one would say keeping holiday; Poste Ileatante, Jersey. ," In spring and early summer when For the'

'watchingAunt Theodora's every mOTe.I no place., for danger and loss, and By this time Daphne holds the letter the supply of leaves is" either very Very Bestealts:1

I ,meat from beneath his eyeashes-and! awlft Irrevocable despair in a world between her fingers. TheTsltuation limited or altogether wanting. To .....
the Yer"notlon of keeping harmonized begins to involve of avoid this it la worth ,
( sentry over so to joy as this! questions whU to start - - -,- ,
a boy three years-of age'in so ridiculous Throughout every season of the year conscience rather than of curiosity the seeds Indoors In February. Pars '..

r t the Jersey lanes have some unique "Tbe affair !Is none of yours," -says.Pride. ley seed Is notoriously slow in germi .....
Theodora, however la a woman of charm, some duodecimo beauty of .. "Leave the letter where :you natingand at first It grows very slow 'V"Yeis'dW'e' "I ,

i honor as honor goes; will hold to the tbelr own that Ve miss amid the wide found it. and pass ou. Flattering Indeed ly, so' that It one wishes rigorous

:jletter though she transgress the spirit horJBons( of statelier countries. Now to a man's vanity_think what plants to put in the garden when the r Some

::of ber promise. In the lower portion in mld-June they are at tbelr zenith. that del! a man's Insatiate vanity- season opens, one should 'sow the Diet Follies

;of the flowery arbor at an angle comImandlng ,The flower of. the hawthorne baa were you to pursue this yoi.th and .ac- seed la February. It may be planted

4 ; : tbe egress: toward the beach! passed and still..In some, few sheltered cost' him-'seek his acquaintance Unsolicited in sandy loam ta flower-pots or win i

& ",, ::stands a flg: tree, ancient wlde-spread- positions, a flush of hectic serve. to !" . 'dow-boxes, covering very' little, and JBfi "lf%,; ds Hutchhuoll, A., Mo'. '** ,*> "
,, 'Ing, beneath the natural arbor of remind you of east winds,and of: May.. "But tbe loss of that letter may keeping well watered. When the ...H...* del ,
't'' ;/whose branches ore placed a rustic The foam-like., drowsy-scented alders prove the spoiling of his life" pleads seed has come up the 'young plants } ii.il"iet! .loa are of most modern 'date.J1ke tb."a4''

table and some chairs Thither Miss are In fullest blossom. The dwarf-rose Daphne's soft heart. "It may be from may transplanted into small pots now devastating our breakfast tables while ether.S .
are **
;*Theodora fills bank his wife poor boyr'! The thought and 3 moat Pectable antiquity. Among the latter ..'
'fr'i: ; transports her book and ere every sandy or bit of common given au much light aDd air as that
e r.,10ng., spectacles on her nose, is again with its wax-like petals and lemon- makes her heave a,,sigh of pity.; "Or possible until it Is time to transfer 'are "'Yol'J"aDol.Dt"' ,survival the notion that1 particular: food.
*
:engrossed in tbe young ladies and gentlemen flavored odor. Great balls of honeysuckle from his sweetheart.! If I were them'- the outdoor garden_From for >particular things'or effects:' This is an- almost -,,

of quality whoa lore adven-, here'' budding crimson there young:-If belonged to tbe world still Recreation. less direct descendant, of the notion. Held :with-greater. ,
.
.
.tur". form Its staple. Paul who would over-blown pink and buff bang profusely what might not the loss of a letter -........-'.-.-. I.M. . ..-1 that the unanimity flesh, br nearly! all savage "A barbarous ., tribe.,
seem to have made a sudden unnatural from the hedges of acacia sycamore cost me! It Is aquestion of right of 1'MARYLLIS or viscera of birds and animal possessing par

:lapse Into the ways of virtue, loiters, and wild cherry, which to tbe duty to my neighbor no matter wbetbi JOHNSONIL In-those who eat ticular qualities will be likely to produce the same qualitiesro "

':' :quietly near with Anger on lip with horror of scientific farmers and the my neighbor be a man, of fifty or This beautiful, bulb should.ha near- ID the, hope of them. Thus used to banquet oa nightingale'* tongues

;. ;;ieyes still stealing. covert quickly avertied satisfaction of the remainder of mankind of twenty-five/ ly done blooming now and should heart of r bear Improving his voice, and the.Ojibwa cut out aaeronred/ the

It glances at hls-warden's face. form the boundaries of the fields. Havingsoared Into the region: of be given a rest after it has completed courage of these, the liver of'a buffalo,'etc, believing that the strength and

rk ' Lower sinks the sun. hotter !is they Daphne saunters on, nod In -sun. abstract and lofty morals Mrs. Chester Its growth. When the blossoms bare probable that the ?,animals would thereby be transferred to himself. It is

air; the tide aa yet' some distance off now-In shadow, amidst all this wealth waters no more. "I-I believe this withered set then plant where the sun. due to-the most grewsome of ancestral rites-cannibalism-was largely'
,
"s ';;imurjnur* more articulately than does of color and of fragrance; herself not letter must belong to yon sir." will shine upon It, and keep growing man would tame belief.'althougl' .. Of'course. In Neanderthal days primitive
bue
the sultry wind among the garden the least (air accessory of the picture. She has been forced to run at full until Its' leaves begin to show yellow Wm than heot JlO more hesitancy about eating his enemy after he had killed

''trees. but unwittingly aa any flower along speed to overtake him:; ber face is and fade; then gradually withhold the would 10 devouring a bear or a deer. In fact, the'e.rI1.conrerts '

a Theodora Vnnslftart's head begin. the path of her own fairness.A overspread' with damask; she pants a water until the soil becomes almost as long'mhsslodarlea- In the Soutb. Sea Manrla referred to their favorite dish

': to nod. book of extract rnlirht be filled_ hv_. little for breath; curt reserved in her dry_as the leaves die down When pll, Jyel'J'!: kDOWD raea- ...... t ....-.. .f...... Io.a__ ._a__....' ,

She recovers terself with a. start some diligent extract culler- with n the manner: cold most unsmllllne are her done growing tbe pot may be put in tlon mere of the certainly Maori was ?hu
o ' adjusts her pcctacte4 and returns- to pretty fancies Indulged In by the poets lips.Sir fne cellar or any cool place, bringing envy by warrior whO* rounded and' completed his conquest of his e.., e

,. ftje fortunes. or her herciiie. about, unconscious beauty I would John Severne'a.eyes habituated It to the light again when you wish which bad I bet,him atterward, and thus acquiring all the rigor and .UfO'

Which is ti.e..heroine in white satin make bold to say that no healthy girl's of late to Anglo-Indlnn charms- It to grow. Frequently it will give who, wont' to OPPOM him. The stony told of the old Maori chief

t And which.I. tho attendant in cambric? heart of two-and-twenty was ever callous charms whose idlosyncracy: is scarcely two seasons of bloom, and many set to a upon his deathbed When urged by the missionary and his favorite wife

Is pursuant guilt .or fly.'ug! virtue In I on the score of, personal attraction. that of coldness or re.erve-rE'.t upon the pot ..outIn tbe border where' it give deathbed his repentance, and told that In order to do 110 he must nrst for. 't'

., the:, ascendant Daphne Chester's state of feeling is Daphne Chester with an admiration rests, until autumn when it again enemies. proudly< lifted his dying head( and "claimed -I 'have no '
Alasl Theodore fast approaches that morbid.."her account wltb tbe world which she is. fortunately, too breathless begins growth and gives bloom. The 'enemies: i have eaten them *"," appeals to slumbering chord in- ns.eren

, :ipreludatory stage of slumber In which closed;" there Is the secret of her self- or top bashful to notice. bulb should. not be allowed to get the yet While certain .mc.at Int.elUlieDt people! today would Indignantly resent 'i

% the sense continue to bring tbelr messages indifference Dress- itself, that sure "I nm 'extremely sorry that you entirely dry, as by so doing the large accu.aatJoll"of teverting'to such days and'lefe.., they will rigorously, de '

: to the brain, but without cobe- barometer as tow a woman's heaU. 1m' lave taken so much trouble on my account fleshy roots of the plant will be bounce the eating otpork Sts an l unholy thing. the ground that "be who

on or sequence. The smell of the life gives her scanty prea ure. Wittbe :' ," he begins, mechanically transferring destroyed and the vitality of the eats pork tbinkg pork," and the more orthodox of them will neD declare that _'

4, I I vender and lilies the droning tide Ifery 'country girls in the hayfields tbe restored letter to his pocket. plant will be drawn from to replace while Scripture records that the devils entered Into .swine"-we have no a. ;

'the printed characters of tbe page before disporting tunics panlers and the like. ("It may have been from hlsvwlfe. It them. The blossoms are. so beautiful .uraDce that they .y l r.came out of them.-JI'rom McClure Magailne.ajiasjsj ."' 'r
? she wears a skirt fashioned the was not from his sweetheart and it Is C -
f her-of all these things she still is upon she so easy cared for that fr

'.., ,cognlcaot, but mistily Some Influence model of a dozen years ego; wears a thinks with prompt decision. "No boy everyone should try to bare one.
!lehe would fain struggle against but straw bat that shades her face and of his age ever got back possession ofa It Is one of the "sure to blooms."_ I ---
''that' perpetually gains the mastery plainly braided hair, when every farm love letter wltb 'such am air of indifference The Commoner. . ia,* :

.' jfloats between her consciousness and er'. daughter holds her bead up in honorable as that.";

,;the external world. She doses, this consciousness of a Pamela or a "Under this broiling sun too! Really ANNUAL VINES FOR SHADING. $ Something New> * ..,
I (time In earnest; her bead sinks forward Rubens! Ninety-nine men out of hun I shall never be able to thank you For covering
again; the effort at recovering dred. In short, would pass Mrs. Chester enough-" rough ground and l

-T1 ber.elf.le feebler; and Paul. finger on by without a second Sl.nee-.o well "There 1 is nothing to thank me for climber waste places, the climbing as well as for a rapid Christian' ,Psychology

jllp, advances, and finds that, the has the age educated men's eyes to at all, sir. I am used to the sun." excellent 'as nasturtium la M
/Scrunch of his little steps along the meretricious charms-and to escape Cutting him short without a- smile will well as beautiful and ,i" '
Igrsf Is unnoticed. second glances is precisely the resultat without the .relaxation of a muscle of grow in almost any kind of soil. By Right Ru. Samumt fallows,
Only (If ,
of
plenty flowers
Presently the book heroine and all. which she alma But the hun her face, then preparing to turn away the soil'most are desired 4".J'I'' ",.., .of C! 1cago.Ij ev. -
4
not
'' (falls, upon Miss Theodora's knee. dredth. I "I-I suppose I am at nogreat distance growth of foliage be/ very rich, or'arank I : . . .

Heroine Nay, it Is no.longer a The hundredth a sketchbook under from the sea here" he I begins cobaea Is results. The WOULDN'T agree to. core a case. of grip without the assist
'question( of fictitious love affairs. Theodora bis arm, a cigar between bIB lips, desperately, not reflecting upon the beautiful a foliage very rapid and grower' with ,ance of a physician. I want to make It plain that expect, < # v.;

Vanslttart. a girl of twenty. In a breaks upon Daphne's disconcerted wisdom of his question wanting only shaped large bell- I to work hand In hand with physicians. By giving good]
aowera you
(, ,>:'lblahop-sleeved muslin, end pink rib. sight just as she has reached the one one look from the hazel eyes that as showier. Gardeners, the blue being the Ij suggestions however, J would do much toward curing

. <5Jbons( Is herself tbe centre' of a jealous absolutely lonely bit of all her walk. yet have so studiously refused to encounter It a foreground of delight in giving disease and probably would banlab, entirely. thud. IM
scarlet
trlng of admirers at an al fresco garrt.son a footpath leading through fields of bla. dwarf salvia or Just how shall I go: about putting my theories to'prattleaj"'useT ' c
ball. It is in,, Malta where her,1father"Colonell ripening barley, with thlckly-bougbed "Well, no In an l Island tbe size of crimson ilnnlas. Theseeds As Is being done In Emmanuel Church
should Boston I,shall
] George Vanslttart." 'apple orchards on either side; not the Jersey you can hardly get very for distant Plant be started Indoors In April. address myself to tbe subconscious minds of those who d* ... >
}commands his regiment. She can seethe echo of a voice 'to be beard;; not so from the sea." them single !In small cans or sire to be cured and will give them such

/ smut-blue waters of the port, thickly much as' the outbuilding of a,, farmhouse : Cruelly laconic is Mrs. Chester's answer edgewise three > lncb pots, placing the seeds may be beneficial'to them. ,, suggesUonsj.0 ">,* ,,

< tndded with trim men-of-war and in sight yet do her footsteps linger. and covering with nearly an To cure a person who Is .uttering from nervous b..breakdown' t.
mental
Inch of or a
soil. Water
gaudily-pouted native craft.. She can "An excursionist she thinks, and How strong the pulses of the lusty them lightly and ailment I shall use two methods. The first method Is seek for '
to the
"see the many-tiled 'ropfa of Sanglia the carnation mantles boUT. over her year' are beating! They,stir the earth at planting time If tbe soil Is allowed the evil-the patient's cause for worry or despondency; ,It that Is removable root'of ,"j ''f':

land Consplcna, "with the spires and face and neck, aa with a new' creation they make to become quite dry, the plants are It sHBuld! Immediately be removed, and the care Is effected ;#, 't y
Icltadel,''of Cltta ,Vecchla ''on the'faint (I should themselves felt ber '' slipped from the pots with no root ,
explain that, to the Inhabitants even In own'frozen Tbe second method! Is to give: such suggestions as will lodge themselves
Ihorl.on.rbe military band strikes of this district the word "excur heart. How the cuckoo murmurs, bow disturbance..' Keep 00'the sill of a In the subconscious mind and direct the actions and deed of the v
.Dnn, wlaefow patient upon,'
some 'fashionable'dance'tune of sionist" a. generic term of reproach the,thrushes calf aloud for Joy! while starting. Other another and more beneficial: plane. There are thousands "
,: kbe'dayj: poor faded.'Miss'Theodorafeels' ' : for all male human creatures '. ,To be Contlnue4i _4 '''rapid growers are the variegated Japanese would be wonderfully' benefited In./this manner., of-cases' which' :_',,
_/ .'rememl i bop, hyacinth bean, and j, ;
} a >erecl arm";steal round ers'who may'be for
seen abroad among1the Neurasthenia, an ailment of the mID"" .- I.,the comiionat. .4
places' > wont .
her waist, hears, a remembered voice i iyf lane fields call hand ,, where It! will not become a dls-J
or between tbe Even 'a crook '
months out a ease of the present day.. It Is a disease that certainly can bu'talr.d 'i
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cend-cUa, mall matter.Friday ? Real Estate : I I.a ,
a .-.L. 1 .. --r.-; .., : .' ID this we ask the cooperation of Agency. ... .
evfi'V citizen: In the'' county and t.uNII. I . .. . ... .;.. .. I I"
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July :Jll, 1008.If for\"hlle It In our intention to do our I and Paper Cut tots Other' GooUs. Price Before Buying. We..ADesire
4 Realty bought and sold. .. r
whole duty In Uiajt.. line, we fullrftH- ; Reduce Stock for Cash.
predate our Inability! to accomMish I tII Houses rented. Ji I I Improve and pron-ct j o 'l1ouIC' tQ .

you want to see KisslmroeelMtN, but Mule unUWthn citlr.ens generally I tII Taxes paid and Titles; ver* > I t will! be>ploa"ed to itrliisr my Hull t ,
r 'throw flu, just, ring the fire bell. of wllllnifr M ified for non.resldent$'. JTJ ample book to'your housw'and,, -
-'--- enl-r lnu It with a spirit" make suggestion* in the latestoJf"CCJI'atluns
Fire Life and Accident any
InJ
.t We are MUCH! pained to! Inform the ness and aeteroiLUatlon! and wo unreal .. that you jnu.v deHlr
public that there Is no fire company>InC earnwtlv solicltthelr aid,' their con i surance. rB I Drop me a card and 1 will Cheerfully W. B. Makinson Co. 1
Indemnity Bonds. fr ,
on :
Klslmtne. I deuce and their' advk-M. pledging]/ them furnish estimate paperaid ,
I painting : : J J : 1
' :' that our column IU-e' at all' tlifS+ at: 1MN'P,'V" "ti'y' aIF 9'\' I :t
P We, suspicion\ ,, a* ('laud\ L'Kngta. lu1)lIo ,
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*. their 18""lal l to ,M hanoe Jhe ) ; '
would 'CJ. that Bfoward'i absence 0EOR0EOIIUANDU.A IE E
from tho.St'ate has been of no material welfare. ;
f Rehngblessed, with these Inauifohl, i r : :
Osceola NEW
disadvantage.The SPRING
...., natural advantage, there is nil reason County -1; (o'p.>,. "

number and character of crimes why, our county and town should not

M' committed, in Tampa 'during July 00 foremost" In population>> and jrIJ8'.J{.JperllV. Abstract CompanyS. I 1 I ,I

.peak ,tn anythlug but favorable It can Im And will bo if we

terra of the new .administration.Dispatche . work unitedly. r. >t'" act together and I
----- demonstrat.. the trutlifulni'ssof/ of our ansttrllon H. BULLOCK. MANAGER.Heal .l1)I
/ '; ; say that Texas hast *. :: S. ,
tuue'wet. Well she needed to- do ,
; : --- =, estate .
nbnnetbiDg. for It ralna only ,once every Boost the Ball Boys.Ily .: I I'ltles examine') and 4'pp'lI'tofd 041Taxes GOODSv
three year In portion of it. ." , paid for 11on-,'asldpnts I
-----7 law we took from our' youngmen : Instruments relating to' real! estate" j

Thing must.not coming, mnooth )rlY\lelCe\ ( of the saloon and carefully drawnCorrespondence I .' .. .
lor the'Tlmes-Unlon. are by Its law prohibit those under their .
by we l Solicited. NOW OPEN '
';issue, of Sunday,last that H I* offering majority from ,,1 ay IIIIf- pool or billiard !

a pair .of shear. to each new sub *, all, of which was. correct and .- .

... | ._ ...or&-,_ which they .are abiding ny with little I IJ. . '

,. Over, ,fa, Indiana a wpman's; ; four or no regret or comment,',We claimed 5pri FlemingCLEANING II I "
H. C.
teenth1 husband I II suing her for a 11. and we believe it. wax our duty to re. STANFORD CO..

'vorce.. It appears to u* she nhuuld move any evil: Inllucncfl that might ; ,
REDD ITT -
have by this time.learned. how to treat .tendto, lower our hoys' morals or dl- H. ,
husbands. : y"rt.thpm from the path of reclldude PRESSING /
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but we aim liHIeve It to be' our dutyto sad JEV ELEND i f'i i i
About. the most a'ou lnif thing that lend possible to anY DYEING
every support / i
IRER.
WATCH RE i
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'has occurred so far in the campaign/ is IIond' 8.11 uniuenienta that are of an REPAIRINGLeave i
'Taft, "'the father' of the Injunction, .
Innocent'nature. -- Call and pee, mv Line of Watches '

rt '|>1 air Ing up to labor and actually be. Our young men have organized a word at my house! and clothe - \ ) JAHIIKLL-[ ., JACKSON, Pnui''n.PrcNcHptfons .

lleVlog, hr will get. their votes.pur 'I' baseball :club, and with a !little practice ., will be called tor and returned. Any article, .Jeicelry PrunnHly Or I
''iT will be able to hold their own $ CiireruIIy "ConipoinidLMl.; : A Full
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note a -
mayor may paragon oj V ,10-,1" IIp.A1 Bequest.tl1CLE .. ,
,tl''e.lo: all things, but he posaeaaei] with any amateur team In the State Satisfaction Guaranteed : I i. Line of Toilet. ArtlclCH, and l'erlYunef4.SCHRAFFT'S .
one <) allocation that prove bin a provided they are given kny encouragement ; SU1'DnIES

";+ nan.all Uirouirh-he play no favorites by the cltlaen There Is no '
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In the administration pf justice.i sport indulged In today as healthy, as DELICIOUS CH COLATES'f i
free from evil result) a. baseball and G. F. KR I T3 E S, W. W. CARSON D. D. S. j 'f )

The women down In Punta Goi-da we should a* citizen, do everything I $ We Serve Ice Cream and Cold Drinks. t

gave General Ullchriit a banquet Altogether Inour power to encourage our team, if ATTOrlN ir-AT-LAW. I DENTAL PARLORSAT $ A Complete Line of Cigars and Tobaccos (

uselass. U. U either old In DO other way than purchasing a Office in the Court H usKis- I -;
enough to have too much sense .or too GRAY8TONB HOTELOFFICC i EVERYTHING IN STATIONERY.
ticket (.o t.helB.m which only coststwentyfive simmee. Florida. !
jounff' to have sense enough to marry. cent, for which everyonewill Orders Delivered Promptly.fiw. ;11
} s ; .i..a .. ''i = With whom will be associated in { HOURS 1 J 8 TO 12 '.. $
?
Taft ha at last, found out that be consider themselves repaid, afte.' ",'1",) of causes the law firm J.he'I' _. 'o'T05L__- --,_____ .0.\\ "' --"""' """' ''''''''- -------. J.I
witnessing such a a* they put
nominated by UieJlepublicans'forPresident. i game '
was .1' Nfav.ev Sarlow, of DR E. fc.: AKERS,
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When Bryan hear the up. Orlando :
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.ara
,, t 'tbe'Democrats'we' look' for treat will all"feel better and be none the 'Pi trtM ; ;
majr M. ldii.1i $
J WlL.L.SONi-J'w.. Orlando Hank and Trust :
',t.'Daw" to occur.., .<> -.- poorer' > pnice. over Co. Phone 73. TIIOJIIPSO J $ .

Atlanta, '''without aOl natural 'ad- Bryan say no donation above' S NOTARY 'PoBi.ic... t -* Crown, jir1<3ge and l'prayslean] work a '! All Kinds of

.vantageswee made a city by every 110,000 will' be received. We are I STATE AT LAROB.\\ Specialty.JfOTK . 'I' I,

clttzeoboosting'; It. KUslmmee with sorry for that shuts us* nut.Ve Real Estate Agent. Those deairing my\ service FUNERAL DIRECTOR, i { made to Order, .rJf.

'it* inanifold resources, could ,be- theinetropolls never: give! amounts as small "as that. KISSIMMEE.: rrORIU should make arrangments 'in ad LICENSED EMBALMER

of. :ealddla,Florida! In two. vance. t
years.If the same ooiir**'was .pursued.I .". Oi LaiNDO, ..FLA. j Prompt attention Given to ;
u. A. VANS AGXEW.ivJi'Aw1 ., \ "
P orders sent by mail or i
Taft says tie i*satisfied with the out A Reputation f , DR/ LEBIIIE leis WEEDDN f Also Nice Line of Ladies'and, J t
; hook In,New York. Bryan lava he is ,, < , telegraph.
s y '
completely' charmed'with his I t <8 i' li*Gents'4 Burial RobesT 'i' ';|kh. frfflM.fr;> > ?
prospect .. 1'' TND 1nAARY i' Ri.l Specialist Eve Ear B .- .-i _R...*, .,-, :.w. y. ;W Residence
In that State. "Will h..ve":yet to learn '" ( 4West- Side of t

what Uwi,other; cand Id ate*,(or-;{,presto Now' It' Wa. Mad .naP.talned'In" Nbse and Throat. [PHONE 78! -Court House Square.
r;, J"; 'U.BItDm"'Iii"\ ;'f' ,., q-r- 4-n-r Q
dens ,thick 'of- their chances,' but' suppose 1T.J r ,j r sows ,' , '" tr.erz,8t 8canrs-a5oattes a.xtkadc>ilCxeia. ,dk c..aue4etcet,6 '. y
they are just a* aanguine. '. A good Reputation is not easily I ,
:r T earned, and It was only by hard con ROGERS' LIVERWORT Private .Hosoital l. American National -- - i
b It i I. ,,rumored that one member *)f.Ihe ,.I.tent\work citizen I IDoaD'a I I TAR AND CANCMALAOUA ..
; among our that Bank Building, Tampa.. P atf tafaP'V.atr'F.Lie '9'a'YaaP' "V' RaaV aIP'Vaai 1F a.a aP'fa'rRis'' ''r'SFfk'Yr# 11
committee ,heard For the compl+ta run irt Counh' Coldn ,
street was to savtlialbsVDUnddintrodu
Kidney Pill won their way to I I Asthma, and BroiinhltliaiKl nil I.nnicrornplcInU
] inv an ordl- the proud distinctionattained in this tendlnatoeonamnpnon. Livr.4>rt. Tar end . .Florida. -- : NORTH KISSSIMMEE. PHONE NO.
tnauiiuo4 - -- 8'1 j
Wild I'herrr. liavo for .1fM an -
'n anos log'ueatreet' cleaning locality. The public endorsement of lablUhed rvpuuitini .. a a'aadsrl. t oouxh

'man to remove that pile pf brick now score of Kissimmee residents has modr. It contninn with no opium thililr<>r harmful '. *
dniK nu be siren safety n.-
t Iving' bear the Park Hotel, and that rendered Invaluable service to'the Price 100. f..ld only by OM-.HOI.* I'hsrmacy.A . ....... L.' WI IN N. I C.w. Griffin -j t

he felt onddent" tho' mayor would 'slgnt4 community. Read what this oilmen Contented WomanU Bft ,

... : Plty.nIA";, A N"'N'''''''''',
say always found In the iame-house :
I John L. IU-av If It only 'costs Editor Stovall one ae IDa..sa ...... w. .a.urns. Fancy Family Groceries
"1 well HaUMIed with the 1..1. keep member of the family free J
dollar ID advise says:'. am every .r.....07.li. .........
fight Tampa we it heals
; suite I "htafiifil) from tinuxnof Uuan'lIl'Kidney I from aches and pain cuts, ,
; him to confines.; his Ostic pleasure to ... burns and scalds and cure rheumatUm t I Fresh Meats. i iI
SIMPKhN
Pilh.M result of J. W )
my neuraIMla.'nba2'o' and all > I
that; city and keep, away from KIssitDa I jf\ j-\
: kidneys being out of uriler there wasa cular soreness and RTDPSS.| ( 2pfs, 50c
:,t,1 e, for it, would cost him at leant sorenpsif acl'QH8a.lM'I' small of try and $1.OD. bottle. Sold >>y Ilolraon'sPharmacy. I lEN risr. I I ;: Uelinery Kvcry: Day at. any Hour.: Patronage Solicited. If..

_n..he buck ''to indulge In Much The kidney secretions were 'bll.Ck.\\ s 6.ikna.lfr. >TY "": ...... "... ... -......,.:..a.a, ....... .&tatlrn.ta-. '*
a sporty, practice with Major Murphyon regular in action and at times' n -, -_ ._ __ Upstairs in Katz Build 1011.OJl''JCji :,

y'; I obtained Duan's Klilncy I'lIU fruni cleaning-: We sell them at this ottlca f 13ol; m. : :

\ newaper puhllshrr ha recently the KUslinnve rug Co ,nod theireffqptlvflnemi at 20o per hundred.. 'Telephone No. Ifs JUD 5. 1 Yr. i. C. A. CARSON Pre.lde.i. N. C. BRYAN, .crtary. ,1
S' 55 brougba'suct. against fortv-Hve man was soon pruven. I'ffoOl! -..,
'who'would'', not pay their' niibaorlp-- hat: I am ]untltl>*d In let!iidln I $ Ti : ::E: J:

icons, obtaining" Judgment In. each' loan'which Kidney\they al'f"nu-ntlf'fJ.l'Ills for the"purposesfor BULLETINJUNE $ '. ;

1 'cUlna.:, Of "these, twentyeight'made: ull clf'lIlel' Price ;() I .
Foraaleby ( )
", 'affidavit that they owned no snore than cents. 1i''B''I'. IiII.trlJ (!.*.. Iii IYnlo. I ". JUNE UT 'i Waters & Carson Grocery Co.

the law' allowed thus preventing, att New York. milx agents forllte UniLt.llSL (1'

fi5 eljroen. Then under the declsl6n M.llnmhiiilicr. the'nameDr.n'aandtake ' 500 Mile 'State Family Ticket, $11.25 \. :' S -,-- ---,.....a.-_.. sad R.l.l1 ...... ... '

oft the, .upreme,...court they were arrested no other.TN Gnoit over the Atlantic l"oa4Line In each State for the head or depend1,000 1
for petit larceny and bound ., I lOnt members of a famll)'. Limited to one year from dat.? of sale. j f'QRQ"CERIE.Ss .
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'\- :corer In the sum of 1300 each All. but Mile Interchangeable Individual Ticket $20 4
4 G ,.b,gave, bond while sixwVnt'tb jail\ ;
". Good over the Atlantic Coat Line and 30 other lines In the Southeast /
1 -rhe' new postal law makes It I larcenyto t 'f.ta.r W'N.se..4C 1 aggregating 30,000 mile Limited to one year from date of2OOO sale. :I COUNTY AGENTS FOB i'"
fake. piped and refine 'to pay for. -- -.

... ,. J I' .l Publisher'/ Mile Firm Ticket. $40 -11 II A Y .1 I '
CRATES
x t ___ . pad mew a.?.nrx.mss. tM mMnew. celebrated Fertilizers I I f
Good over the Atlantic Coast Llie and :tO other floes in the Southeast, 1
:" 1 ..l Anent a story that, a Vaymaiutr'* FERRrSSEEDS 'aggregating 30,000 miles; for a manager or head of firm and employe GRAIN E'T c.
,M; .,on. of gold was dropped into the Kin- limited to live but good for only one of such persons at a time. Limp Circular .. .'i MfAlbee'riter"tn 1803 and loatj but t* II ted to one year from date of sale.. P.r. ..... om Appllcatl ___''w .
'_' DOW to be recovered It would do noharm I
,,,1.. : for, credulous stockholder to ..--....t,1a ,twr+'Iwd ..... NOT..o.UIilltAtrChanaeabi.MIlMC. TkkeU of Attantlo Coot Line ","v. .
.t. ;' bear in mind' that the bode of p.vmsaLars a..tt.IwaNlu iW wurW ,.ral.ga old prior to Jun.lit will. b. god on theM lin.a in th.. SUM o( Florida ;.
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In J86 did no\-have so much a.* I 'wrr"a S.d, Ma..af sr 1s.1.11.IM Jun. l.tandeh.r, HIDES FURS'WOQL'
n ) the smell of gold in thsra. The-green W...Thule.. llsalaow sad "'-7"I&. 15 Cents '

't back and other form of paper money j .. ..nasr a a.. .....-. i . ,t ti
local ticket from
Saved In 'fare by purchasing our agent.
'cheese passage:
whole
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were the those days j
r K I! 'Dei Ides thedKlaslmmee" paymaster. ... i o 'U.ntry rE=r'o < uoe a speOl 1,1y: :$ ,
doing on river In the I

t .... :year 866? There 'was nobody thereto' w ATLANTIC COAST LINE ,,,,,,,,,, ,,, -,,,,.N i ,I
TImes ILL---
Dally
,.pav'-:Tamfa 'WILLIAMS' K.O..Y .- .,
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"ti 't( I' t.. l'Bn't you make allowances') for ml.- Helve }' call nearest'Atlantic Coast HEALTH AND VITALITY
L B :t.aket"ll1\fJi'/ a+., -Rd < UMs4 tnmViWwith Kt 'ur kMluufn Mini blunder / oa. ; MOTTS NKRVINK PILLS
'. 'f ''Oi>viise, It wa lotendedftb read 18i5, linn ron palm In Mil". "iil..h"ok.II"Jln. .,,<1bl..dI Rllnd.llle.d/na and Jwhlnlf pi"... It .bactrhe
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J. O. KIUKt-AND: P, P. A.I7' The Iron amp IOUM rei.tnr.ii fir tumors
\;, and yhepaymseter wa' .on'.hU,way, to. rT<'i'4e4 Jf Hy nvo untlrr von M n.bh ih*. ttyi upTM'iirHnpoof..f,* law fifqtMnt LhaflwH J.. W.- :CAhlVT.. P. A. TAMPA.. tOniDA.T. . red women,great, prwIur. ntreiicth and Ualftjr.build men midvigor. ''hap IfdIauAle, n I /e: atlvei I Iattt:: rII.r.aWilliam.:::. '

1'pu off' workmen) engaged., Dredging ad.alron.I.au.) ul'llI..r. Ifau.tt'lltiataa'Kat..ysure . C.. WHITK, Qt 'W. J. CRAIG P.' T. M.wlL11iwOTON . up ForMlebjr tbeayatem11r4' Onceol.rfuvwft"thi J'li.rrmoy tub or bv j lIebln of the OlD pr'Tat'P1 I....r.pnp.re".. Hold'1..... .and. >:
i.lll will\ ; Ph Maly
> -therlver. .' A, 'V-.'".' ..:,'- ,'. eao,. t.7\'L.; .Ownula rm cyflrl ,, ' ", ,," N., c.' '"," m.I1"H ro per 1)0211. bxea.rorl.ylti'' ". ;.d'Q".I"" 1'111'1'.0'1'{ '' and. tl.oIbt :.. by. Ihy jy

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t; r .; .j 1 Our oiler( : CXI lrfJtb tomorrow the first or iigut.!, 'ro nit exclusive>; AGENTS' for this 'territory for THE

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., ,'',< $2o,<)0:wo will 'given --pivce dinner set, and with a #;50)() ? light lorJesN' .money, and less care reI tired to operate,\ it. "

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", \ '. 'VI' ,want to get you Interested In our goods, usr guar- : ol"+. Everything ,'Islhlo11 the most l perfect Via;, ; -,:,:

''f antce that I prices aid] rijnnlity; considered! we eon save you : innchfiio on the. market.! Cash or Instalment? *" v Wl I '1Jnl ,

JIIOH : r, THE)tUDDEX-CAMI'IJELIrSMITH" ( O.'S 1)ltmoH, Organs F

.' and GrnplioplioncK) (Columbia and 'Edison.. ), and all 'littach-. .... 4V f, .

f; NO TROU LE: TO SHOW, GOODS.1I, \ ClltA Otu.uI 1Jances.( Cash or time. i > ; , ,:a'ii? ..




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k } The Klsslmmee Valley GazetteS Maklnson? sells l -nails 8 Iba. for c-'I'i OSCCOLA PHARMACY ROBBED OUR KISSIMMEE BALL > : Ifer/tc luk.krAuNu/4tNtl i'

. .., . Cut prtci n on woolen'goods at [ TEAM'I '
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II- -- ford (;0. a,.' S 4 FULL LINE OF

ti J - TELEPHONE. _-- NO. _11., The Kav .Stocking"(or children ...nilI..dlet A, Large Amount of Money and Loses to'' C aado by a Score of i ito t r\i ri 1 0

FRIDAY Stanford. ,Co. I ana to Lakeland by 2 to I. \
l PUBLISHEDUEV Jewelry Taken by Tbleves. '
The wall 'or the now Ilobersou/ The Shepherds of 'with
,+I _ .Klgslmince Rose \[
fir ,, building are rapidly going up.Mr. The Onceola Pharmacy was burglar/ their vast herds! of sheep Hnol' goats''
I w.t. MARRIB.rVPFICIAL .. .'. W. :Mv MoHelev of Golha spent, ', bed some time Wednesday night and and cattle, and with their men ker- ' ;
:: a day 14 town this week. the sate rifled of its consisting and fair '
;; :::7'M7T' ;;= or to contents vanta women, went Ioitlon. < .
', WEATHER REPORT;' Subscribe; for McC .l1'lI Mapaxlne of'it draft oij (Peninsular Naval Tuesday I lam to the green' imMures .
00 cent a vear-at A, S., Gilbert's. Stores Co. |n favor of and) endorged outOrlando.) While leUureiy!' t
f : A wera,.. tempmrtiN*for ,...k. ending, Thund by S. II. Hall for t44) 18, a check on trolling/ about in lobe walled garden .
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\ .}. .... JalY :w, lima. Forty rolls' of matting at cost for, the State Bank of Klnslrnmm' !given by of that fair city the well trained warriors i Goods.
....... oath.: S. C. CJi lluw. Co. 20 .t
-- W. A. Drawdy for 910.25, >or 1251 of the Orlandolteit swooped, down .
;t N.., I Him. fat. Mr. II, II, I>alce, of Orlando spent| In sliver a gold watch. and chain a.ringand upon the bhepnerd lad from the i south 't . ,
l yesterday looking.nfK"r business mat / a pair of cuff button The'j country like the. Assyrian wolf upon.
-\-.-. tern here. V I jewelry *'." 'lQ! |property'! of the I late Jerusalem in the old days.> i:
j FrId'v't III' I Foil SAMS-A (food family horse, lDr. Pilley. The result was rather.. 'dUaiOous. ;' ,i Canned S.'urda"0'1\II\ I .1 V2 k I.8ulldey ...1".r. p+ gentle/ and will work any !i -Sherlir. Prevatt was notlfl t'd''>arly I fur the users' of the stall and Xhecrook- Fjsh Etc. ' ,.
q 7x I ,I2 where. Apply to P, l). OU'l.: .AW. ( yesterday morning and began an In- wore not prepared'! for the fight; It Is .
= : :" : I ( j ventilation, which resulted in the arrest said .
: by-those\ who witnessed the encounter :
Tudn.r\ r .... IJ\I HI'I I Hulls Wanted.-I want to buy one't of two negro boys Joe and Nat that there never 'was a ,Mme '
''h"noda"0'1\ 71 MWWN hundred bull from one year old up. i R. S. &: Co.f
! I .I -r_ J. w. .Mil.LKH.Florsheim's em-ployed I . when the I KlHslmmeeiles were' really In Floyd ,
I the battle. Do far outclassed were they .,.,
W Patent Oxford are i These Ijovs- stoutly deny their guilt. by the enemy, They were game to the
"" "" the correct thing an to style, comfort, I but have practically confessed u. )% the last but finally left the field at
aAStM a""I"" % V very a. yir'tP'IP'V tirr'FVr.w --ayG '---rtF'V'thVr
etc. Found at H. e Stanford Co, theft of other. goods which were taken numerical ratio of 11 to I'
i i onlv. fMissMarv from the store some time' before the The Klflslmnieoites; have not been ------ --- r
5 THE: LOCAL FIELD. Pherltfo! returned home robbery and found at their homo yesterday trained. ,, in.the. art .of running''and' itl00OOtbOt1000t
$1 last Saturday nlwht from .0aln"Rylll.t, by Shnrfff. Prpyatt. found that. the enemy easily overtook .
I A. CARBON A. CRANPORD. a r..LUPFER
I Normal After the safe the thieveswent .
where she attended: the State! robbing then. !, even though they tried !to ,run .>.
Vte.
j "u $ the real dour and attempted Pre.ld.nt -Prr.ldeat. B..r.tav'
out
j School. only for a second. When It came \.to'' r\
vN4< -4k* \."" ""' "" l'te-v.O. W. UadclytTe-Cadinan, H.I to set the bulldinir on fire by.placing/ aMax the bat work those who are aucus- 'I t ,
s W..de.lIe Tuner. Orlando )., of Austin Texas, ban arrived at filled with r>""i|>er. under the uild- tomed to pulling In stray: sh wp with '
Maklnson's for nail.. 'Najco; >ssee to spend I a monr.lt' vacation lug and lighting It. ..ort. nateiy how. the crook found that they were' iiot''' : ;
Go with bin parents Lt.. Col. and. ever ,the & >burned up without.Ig very gifted In the line of hitting. In : KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. .
welling'! for rent apply to M. Mr*. W. Jo:. Cariman. niting the wood, otherwise weVo'uld other word; when It come. playing : ,
' have had chronicle the burning of
iller. to baseball pr any other of life no iN
For TJIcVcrie.*, Shanibarger. Or.. .We T. are Collier pleated who to has report been -that seriouslyIII MrK. u, considerable! ) > portion* of the town's one can hone to..win who game i III not willingto "

I lando. JSf" '- B-tMcCnll' for the past several weeks. .Is now business houses. pay the price of tralnl ng Klssimtnea |
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is ullll ort
I Sherllt Prevatt working
Patterns for sale A S. ha some material that. can be '
's by convalescing, and his friends-hopn to
Gilbert. I nee him out again soon. the case and think he VI'lIIyet be able made to play first class bull, as past I I Rough and Dressed
uncijwrthe and recover
tii perpetrators I experience has shown. Tuesdtv leas .
f' Eastman Kodaks and supplies at Dr Hlvers new building) II receiving the stolen' property: ? ,
I an off day and the boys. .lot That'sall. I
Osoeola- Pharmacy. I the finishing touches and will noon .

Klsslmmoe Fin. line oi Drug Docket Co. knives at the be plet ready 4 .the for Idwer occupancy.floor will; be When occupiedby com* ) , LANIER LOCALS.I, lIt I tureen The!the!game home Wednesday team. and afternoon, Laiceland be- ; Pine .Lum ber.. 'I t 1 "

Mr*. O. H, Morrison 'Is visiting! relative the Osceoai Pharmacy. 4 I 1 I. greatly feared that the stagger* was hotly contested from the first to
y lt Tampa this week.\ iiI Mr. T.. H Ingrain of the Sunny will hto' a continue disease among the last. It looked'-for a while a* If ..
South Stables was called to bin old horses In this section As Mr. Henry the result would be a 'large goose egg
:V The Home Store are agent* for the 1 home at Clinton N.C._ last week by: near J Ba t for Imth sides, but the Lakeland
Savage! was cow hunting
+ Phone 10. of his brother who \ HOUSE, BILLS A 'SP'ECIAL TY,
White Star laundry. the serious illness Point his mare was suddenly taken crowd took advantage of' Couple of .
Mr*. J H. Redd lit I II visiting relatives In not expected to lire.I with I lie diBeuH It has not been I sadly misplaced errors and pushed 'IOCIOC.0m000cJOt1000tkoboci.IZ
u and friends In Orange eot nty.fit' I Mrs. Tress and family returned' 1 thin learned whether she died op not; but two men across the home hosts For iJ,
week from their summer outing/: While hope she recovered. ,the most pave. the playing was clean , .. .
Bnrnu\1h. and..Mrs, J. W Oliver. I away they ylnltud old friend and relatives Mr. J. :M. Kubank arid Mr. .Jack { and fast, ;I.etasNti.. A.aa r vswt.r+r waawawvaw.
u' on Wednesday,,July 214th, 1908 a 'son.Mr ID Delaware and Pennsylvania ,,Cox found a very' large rattlesnakeone In the sixth Innipg Stephen saved ; 1

4i .. C V. fle.r+ten *|ten(. a few I and report. a most delightful trip. day last. week.. It. had fifteen rat ,, Klsslmmee a whitewashing by stealing
days visiting relatives" In Tampa this' Mr. Henry T Newton.who ban been lies,which they took and broughtherej home making the score two to one in SunnySouth Stables
week. running a Qshlnir 'outfit-or) KUslmmee und placed In the postoflloe for ln*|>eotion. -, favor of Lakeland. Tha pitching and J..- ,i.S i.
I catching of Colle and Story for. .t.he.
We hear that. -thfllle gentlemen
for the four months, haying
Io Dot fall to see the ad. of the. Lake past had the pleasure of a tine bear chase borne team wa, firat-classand, thoc
.. Home Store, found,at the bead of this hm camp on Rabbit Inland, has Mold oughly appreciated by all, t ti1miiY
I hi" oustne and returned to Klssim- Wed y pagej; I, forced to shoot the bear four time; The Kissimmee team line up 'a.* fol.
fv Use Planlc' Chill Tonlo. Guaranteed. I mee. ant! bruin came so near running over lows: Story c; Co lie, i>: Patrick lb; ..N.N\\N MNN..N\9.9..99.99
' .- Price !25 cents. Sold, by all |j Mr. W. H, Smith has leased his Mr.I Cox that he ws.s forced to get behind -, M. Carson, 2b; Stephens>> "s; W. (:;ar. lr
I blacksmith and wagon shops to Judge Hon, :3b Gilbert If F. Bans cf; BVOADTAV -' ;
"U7-8 a t.l'fTor protection ,, ; ;
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druggist , ,, W, H. Johnston who has taken SALE and. BOARDING
'j The patrons of school No. 15 are expecitinir :- Gardner rf. When Marlon' Carsont I !
Mr. W. n. hfaktnson made a''' bust.I charge and placed the active m lJalle- a, stove and puilap before the had to leave the 'field'' on account. of an'11 I . / ,
y DIIH. t.rlpCJ Jacksonville ,thergarly, ment of the business In the hanus of fall term begin, although we.haveseen Injury sustained by coming-In. eon-'!i l. ,". .. I' ,,MM>H. .-JI:
't, < :' his son, ORo' ola: Lakeland M.NM ._......__.NNN.NaN.NNN.w. ,
oftheweekfparties { il' tact with the of.
k part 1 fn&, >"I<$ ; .>. n(> account. of'' a teacher being, alai II spikes ,a .j N
x'{. AD desiring palmetto': trees 1 Mr. )0;. J.. Lesley received a' line race pointed. as vet. .. runner, F., nnle Bas took'! left, field : i'l Well equipped with New: Stock aud"Veliicl' forrilantlng secure them from., mare, which was shipper to him from Mrs Sallie Hancock and Mrs. Cttl- I and -Gilbert come to second '1i
1't l CapC'Clay Johnson! Tampa, on Tu ...'v. Tbe mare Is a lie 1111.11 visited Mr*. W, 0\. Kunank; to n1cct: all d Ttiantls. with Perfect Satisfaction -
''splendid animal and wqe numbered : on Tuesday.Mr. An Enjoyable Outing. i "
If you need anything: In Winter amonfr the fleetest t flyer: on the track' A. W. Crotby has been plowing \i
Z Goods you save from 2Jj' to AO percent c':'during-: the last State Fair. out, the Hopkins grove*' In- the Hull Quite a number of young\ ladle* and '
} at Stanford Co. I Creek settlement. gentlemen went out to Camubell on ,
Master, Will Mnson Tiller and his HEAVYHAU 'JI.
Flaming Pocket Llghtflrs limited i "I..tel' Catherine hold a Joint birthday: \Jrll.: Knni Uubanlc and little daughter : Thursday, July 23. to1' nuend a partyat : t . . ING A JSPECIALTY.. ., '
without matches or fire See' them at celebration lust Tuesday aft ,. Annie May are visiting.. at Mr. the borne 'of Mr. and Mrs, E K. 1CWWWKtrVKNNNKWK" 1ti v '
Klsslmmee Drug Co. Theta was H lartrerRatherlotr of Kubanlc's. Brown and a most en joy able time wa
r folks present, aDd l the rllooD'1, :Mr. P. Sellers and Henry .Hancock had although fate played the visitors ,
Mr4. W. W. Jackson left Wednesday thoroughly enjoyed by all.. are l buny repairing the Hopkins pasture I I a mean trick, for on going to the depot -
t 'na month or six weeks' visit to : Il''oR I fence.Mrs. to take the train for home, we i i Favorite :Fertilizers :
her old home In North Carolina. SALE.-:-The old saloon bidding .
W. It. Nettles Is now delivering found to our dismay 'It had already
I'' The Chorlitlan and Missionary Al .next to the Stanford Carson the goods she ordered for different -I passed. During the evening cream'
J nightat Grave. iIardwareCo's store.. Purchaser parties and says she would like and cake was served. Stephen Johnson k.-
? 1 lance will meet next Tuesday must remove building; from lot.I. FOR CITRUS AND,ALL,OTHER CROPS,
their hall In North KUslinuae LJids will be received very much for those who are away to and Miss Kate Brown acted In the k.q.
a'tnce. .by come for them.! SUBSCRIBER. capacity chaperones to" the party. --0-- ".'
''f FoIl SALE:-At a bargain small are-, C. Stanford or Or. M. J. nl kl, Those who attended were: Helen Rats q.

ci ''proof,. safe In food condition. Cashier N B. Carson of the State Baseball Festival Mrs. Peter- Savage, Hart ha ,Se sions,
H W. THURMAN. tank, left last. week fur Savannah, Daisy Dr\gger. Charles Sessions, FERTILIZER MATERIALS

: Utof wood delivered in town' at. where they will visit their daughter, tMrst | Saturday night: lam the young men Mattla. Prevail, Modle Simmons, Ru- :
:. 11.00 strand. Edgar Oliver for a short time. who, hayeorganixed a baseball team by Johnson, Claud Tlson, Cha lie J \ .' ,1>;",
,\ .. per 10-tf KlSSlMMRE: LtTMUMl CO. and then goon to thp mountains oft' In this city gave an Ice cream festivalin Prevail. .{oa i IVevatt, Jennings' Prey sat. INSECTICIDES ifFOR " .
;. North Carolina 'or A. month's outing ;it,, the.bu ding recently vacated by the Dan Lanier Zeima Johnson 'Kate : ', ,.. '
( oxoeodioirlr..closwprices ;
,: We are furaiture making for the next .sixty .Mr,and Mrs. Will McLauiftilln re' Home Store which wall a success both \I Brown Stephen Johnon. Pearl Sessions -,. ISALE >bV- :. .
I on f' turned this week from. Tampa where' from a financial and social staodpolot. i Marvin I DriggerslladyaJohn. \ y Ih
C. O. BDW. 0.
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+ ,:: days, for cash. ; Will baa been under the care of a'' The doom were opened at J'I son, Mrs N. E. Brawn, C. W. B,..>.n, .
Mi** Blnia Smith returned home I physician for several weeks. lie ts'' I in bft afternoon and did not clone un- John lirown and Francis, Brown. J. M.'LEEKiSS'IMMEE' ,:
t ', from Gainesville last Friday where 1 now feeling much Improved in health. til 10. p. n.' Ice cream and cake, which ONE PBEBFN9'AlderalanRaulerson. .
: she had been attending the State Normal and hopes to be.'himself again in 14 had been donated by'the young ladies : AGENT FOR > s

.4 School. short time. of the town was In plenty and was a* .

: '- . ..-.TMOI.! Harold Woodall- watt the Capt. and \IN. Clay Johnson and) tines overcame from confectioner's. Sanders Fertilizer Jacksonville Fla. '
: Xlarrted, Company.
at the residence of thebride's
. -host\o a h re'party of his little their nephew, Clarence Johnson went' Aside from the opportunity to purchase : ,
afternoon In honor cream and cake from the hand* I sister tire E. L. Lesley, In apt 17I M.ly '
Monday
,Yrlenda on over to Seabree/e an outing Monday -' of Klsslmmee's most beautiful daughters this ciU.on Wednesday July 2ttth, at .. d. .. ._
of his birthday. Johnson will
return in
Captain
11 o'clock I.. m.; Mrs. Ktfie Alderman )
at 15 cents a plate, those who attended
R Mrs. Kallenbert-'er and daughter, of a few dais "'blleJrs.; Johnson and to Mr. K. U. Kaulersoij.: JudgeW. ,
were treated to musie. both Instrumental
I -r' Ocala, are on a visit to the family of Clarence will spend a month or moreat and bent. local R. Johnston ofllclatlng.
vocal by our -
,' Mrs. Kallenberirer's brother, .J. S. that reeoth.Mesa talent, which In itself wa worth Both. the contracting parties,. are
? ." ,." Stratton. at. P rhorn. ': Nellie Lupfer, who visited doublethecost of attending festival.. residents of Fort Pierce, the. groom c, a/ CARSON JOHN M. LEE. ". B CARSON.
:,lf f.'" The Junior Union ofthe Baptist friends, L/oughman last week had The receipt for the evening amounted being a prosperous business man and eo ..........\. \'Ic..reel..t.. C..Yi.rf
will hold their regular meet- the misfortune fall while walking. to-(23 bet which goes to show the p'roshtant of the Blast. Coast Cattle'. N t
''hi'1 ' I : \.:. 11, invited to attend. silently fractured her left arm. Dr. >, proven them that the oitixens will as- of Col. E, O. Morgan formerly of ..
;.,' Col, J. L. Moon prosecuting attorney Holloway set the injured' member and also the team financially to put itselfat Rasinger. Fla. / # .
f
.1 + \ for the. county court left Uond ..yJI"I' aside from the inconvenience! of car-j i the head of the amateur baseball The btappy couple left immediately .* ,...'i... '
; business trio to Valdovta" Atlanta ry\oe; \ her arm in a sling for a .ehorti i field In Flnrida.r' i| after the ceremony on !the noon train -i t-
'on a further trouble. anticipated, ...... .... .. .. .. .... ,-
l I and other points In Georgia,, time no ,; ---- ---- --' i (or tIle mountain of North Carolina, PAID Vf: CAPITAL. ;. s SO OOO OO.

I"I Refrigerators, lee cream fi-eexe'B, The 'olllwlnl.ladlel from Kistim- Our Mayor Receives a Medal. ,'"/here they will spend .their honey- STOCKHOLDERS L'rABILITV.... .. ....-. SO OOO OO, 1
\ ; Hammocks Canopies, and all sum5 mee accompanied\ ball team to Or. ibooa. Mrs. Uaulerson's two daughters DEPOSITORS SECDHITV .... .. .. .... too OOO OOPrompt ,'
. bargain prices, for I lando Tuesday; :Mesdames N. C. i: :Mayor T. M. Murohy ,lain receipt ofa Misses Ruth and Nannie Alderman --- . -
merrood -
( 5 at Joseph Hear Watson handsome bronze medal of which he accompanied thein.Laundry.. .
Bryan T'llley,
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each 8. C. 0. IlDW. Co.. and Careful Attention ; ''
j: r' < given foes matter .. r'
:Marion Carson !arid 9ff.aes CorneliaMorrison : Is j justly proud. These' medals'are --- ---- -- - -- -
: Beginning next Sunday trains Nos trusted to UM. N.xchssgee.good at all palate at chell eat .
: Ruby Kills'Grace: Jol1y'I'[ given u.v the State of New Jersey . l
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: r'83p1hd 84 on the main line will be dlscontinued. Berta Bryan Eliaabethtarson" > the surviving members of Company A The agency for the White Star rate YOUR r .
; : No. 83 is the early morn. IJuddleston, Alleen Moon and Mary :i of the national guard) of that State I laundry Is now at the Home Storeand BUS1rESS'SOLR ."'"a ''t'v
'M l! InK southbound train and 8I.is the styled first service"' medals callon 9d
'arson. and ,
are
here j\ 1 If you wish to have the boy E ._
''i\ northbound train which arrives Uo to Kl..ltnme.. Drug Cod, and get Comnany A having been thfl Orst to' you weekly, just ring up \&i and j .
'atL12\a.ln. some dellcl<).Hchraffts chocolates. volunteer.Its' services to President you will be put on our list, and called ,
";; Miss Clyde Seymour arrived from They have a contract with manufacturers {I' Lincoln at1the,, breaking out of the ,t on weekly The work: Is all. done In -. .--_, ...-.--. -_ -
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>,'Miami last night to spend some, time for fresh goods, shipped direct civil '''81'. The call foruDte'rll') an efficient 4manper' and. ."t Tampa r "' r :
here with bar sister Mrs. VV. H. Harris. from factory. This contract requlrPJI'all was made Washington, 'on Apl..116th. prices" Mr. and' Mrs. Oeo.:W, Ovemtreet .. Wanted-Good'celery. .and truck
,:. Her parents"Mr..' and Mrs. J. W. old''goods W bo shipped back, tofactory .' l8tJ. .and Company A, i f f.f ' -, went down to Tampa this morning f q grower to j-etjt 4f arras: at land.
.tSeynoxr.'hav. gone to Georgia for a ; and n -cobds shipped out i iI t.on. ., .of which .Mayor Murphy I 1 M in. Rachel Leake'' entertslned. this; consult with Dr: Hampton thatclty. tiled and. ,1rrij(*(,..s, "" P..1I"**' I. I.'t.e
month's visit aDd are expected. to stop No stale good .i'l'I' to be offered forale. was' a 'meniber was mustered In at[t4Z Club", very pleasantly. last;"Fri. who Is treating\3f rr.. O"erllr..t'o..oean. 1 Und. 1''ort rte...a V boy. to F,. Vam I;a' oJ',.. ''o-:,
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'< TH, fLACK l ",_I CALL MY p.40Ma." the peace 'of the country surrounding Itli LITTLE-CUB SEAR..

br'anr shore (unbound. him : And the Coming of the Animal; With .
,tot ncroaeh...l upon by Bound They had not been bad years. The
by the prvsmo* of a fear little house at the end of the dull Two Horns on His, Nose
.
Nor yet Uii.*tnemorjr of a t..r,- "
1* that awcvt *pot of wlitfh alona,\ street, under the high wall, had alt' The next morning early the, little
I fondly any, .It Js my own. '' ways been clean and cozy within and sub bear heard the ."Bang! OaDCI""or!

Not Out any home tlm thn. -l/ullt aaorml crumbling pines' I call wall It in summer time It was disagreeably 'VIEWPOINT the beaver's tall and rushed to th

My' .. Tile eternal. .eau bot and airless In the midst of fROM A WOMANS: mouth of the cave and there he sawa 'I "
Or love enfold It. and the key. ..
Of JNtradlna. alone unbar these miles of streets, and as du- To- v r'large animal with two horns q n
The door where all my trenium. are j agreeably cheerless in the bad days, The Great pity's Women's Clubs. Perhaps yesterday was gloomy. the end of his' nose, and a funny-lool "
Is
And the lilrli arch of heaven's dome ft.i.., wa ue bad. Hut 1C today
Hoof..o'e!; the place, I call my home.JeantxMU there was always) the great emancipation New York city has over 10\! \)" dub- bright by all means let us make the Inc, skin hard and horny. lie knew

A., necker, In The Chrl.Uan to look forward to and take oa ,women, distributed among few more of at once that the animal was a rhnsccros

Science Journal."Simple. a brighter aspect by contrast with' ,than a hundred Clubs, The oldest of most The trouble it. with most of us Is that that the lion had told about ,

present surroundings the clubs Is'Sot-oils, which' celebrated Instead of being satisfied with*"hat,, before. Thq owl said "Who-o-on
1 I . I M 11 i I-. . I I I I I I I I . And there was ,Hampstead Heath Its thirty-eighth anniversary last December we have we are' always bemoaning M.h-o-oT.. and thee!' animal answered j

not far off and pleasanter suburbs and among: the youngest Is something that we have missed, or with a terrible >snort and r-o-a-i

; Simon : In 'one of which Simple-Simon might, the Colony which will open fie $500- grasping at something just out of our 'hen the rhinoceros 'came to the ;

even then nave been, living if he had 000 home In Madison avenue. on Wednesday reach r' mouth. of the cave and th ltlle bear ,,I'

HisSimple not set h> heart upon something next.-New York World. But try to make the best, of such ,iCalJ. "I am very glad that you cam

i still better in the years to come He good fortune as cornea your way because we were trying to build a t'''':

and his wife and his little girl mado Swapping Daughters Learn to look ,on life with a. sane 'houso that, will be large enough. to

i : Life. expeditions together on holidays and, Most amusing Is a. book called concentrated vision held all the animals that used to live

on summer evenings. They were "Itinerant' Daughter;." by,, Dorothea ,If your glasses are rose-colored, so'much in the cirrus, and the giraffe tells u.

J HI II II I I II I I I known In the street In which they Gerard snya Lnodon Truth.. The four the better, for yourself, and all that'there Is a large cave, back of

lived as "The Happy Family" But other who come in, contact with you. this and If breakthrough .
all we cant only
girls are for one reason or cave
The church clock at the of the
lilll top they kept much to themselves. discontented with ,their home life. Remember that the sands of life we will have a house that thing that .a ',;

floated struck down elven.over Its the deliberate house-tops tones andacross It' seemed to Simple Simon, as he Many girls are, nowadays. A wise old run but once, and thafthey-run quick. win be big enough tor us all.',' Then than another V u ':

worked away by the blossoming lilac doctor thinks-of a plan for setting all iy. the rhinoceros laid "What can I dc %
the fields to where William Dodd i that!hose years had covered a very four right. Each of the families .exchange Every!: day 'that you do hot get some for I would ,like to help; your brother fear ora'
was working In his garden; A,gleam, good out of life is a day wasted. are bun.
bad been that
There
of time. montbsi
short space girls for three so
when
was very good to me we were
of satisfaction came over his face. He scarcely any change in them. There each girl baa a three months' visit to Just think of the precious time that In the circus and I would be glad to of operations "<
stood upright, his knuckles at what we are forced to give up to sleep to: our
have been yearafter different homes. Ingenious
would none three do anything that I can" The little '
might have been called by the The sleeps eight .
courtesy If It had not been for the Isn't HT It works out Very wellin average person
year, grow- Idea said
cub bear : "I think that with that
small of his back and stretched him of'the At that
twenty-four.
hours out '
life bOIl'j'
Ing up of their daughter. the book; but what about real ,
self. Then he got together his fork rate we sleep 121 2,3 days In every great horn of yours, you could help]
his hoe and his wooden garden basket She supplied the landmarks. Intb1's >ear. to tear out some of the dirt and rocks ;

and went off to the house, year she, had scarlet fever and A Pareee Traveler.Mrs. When you realize that you can see and the monkeys and the bears could ":

'rr He was round and short and elderly they took: her to Lowestoft for a holt- Doaebal C. Jessawalla, who was how very Important it is that. not one then carry them out. Perhaps the elephant ;

Forty years "before his pink face wide day; in that she drat played at the the first Parsee woman to receive an waking moment Is wasted. could be hitched to the chariot reaa ,,

open eyes, and air of' Innocent bewilderment school concert; In that she gained English education Is now making a Don't work all the time. That and we could carry out some of the -

had earned him the name her scholarship at the academy; in tour of the world The other day -she would be foollah.. But working or dirt and rocks In the chariot. The of Kingman, ;

_ _ ot Simple Simon from his fellow clerksat that she was so 111; in that she got attended a meeting of parliament at, playing, get the best results you can rhinoceros .ald'that he would be very .'Hnkhara: :
her appointment as music teacher at in her native robes and attracted News from the
the,London bank at which be had tired Indianapolis glad to do this.
been employed, and middle age bad 'the big school In vtbich'sbe had been considerable attention. She has been So he walked Into'the cave and "began troubles and

only served to make it more appropriate. educated; in that she was married; quite' widely entertained in London, Master of the House. to plok at the sides of the cave Mrs.was Plnkham my only ?

in that her child was born. .: several society women having given Custom and tradition for many ages with the blggestxme; of his two horns ; E. Ptnkham'a :'

; He had on a pair of striped trousers Simple' Simons face softened as he lavish entertainments in her honor have ordained that the husband shall 'And soon the rocks and'big lumps or it has saved \

j ; very baggy at the knees and:a thought of the child. He was' the She Is now In her eighty-seventh be the hea4 of the house and the ordinance dirt came tumbling down. The Utile well woman"t-iI:

tall coat of a greenish hue still black fondest of grandparents. year. Besides her many other accomplishments like most of those long established cub bear stood near the rhinoceros ; & of Chtlyd ;

In pieces lie was wearing out the Yes, she had been a good girl. Lite she la an expert needlewoman has Its root In the fitness of with a basket in his hands to carryout J., writes : ,

clothes he had at the time of hit re- In the little house In' Kentish Town and is now completing. a handsome things. But It is of much importancethat the dirt; but he could not carryout to let people '

E tirement. When the time came to buy even with the great emancipation to piece' of oriental embroidery the man shall be able to rule the big, heavy pieces, so he had to ham's Vege- ,

another suit It would be of the pattern look forward to, would have been dull which she plans to present 'to Queen wisely firmly and well whjch) com get his father and mother to help for and me. I

r called pepper and salt. 'without her. Alexandra before she sails for the paratively few men are. Just and him. All the other animals came In that task an , '
i
It was a fine sunny morning In May. And perhaps It was Just as well west to complete her tour ot tbo gentle government, which has at heart and sat down near the door of the My husband

Larks 'were singing, poised somewhere that her husband, who ,had been the globe;New York Sun. the best Interests of all concerned, is cave and watched the rhinoceros dig to try Lydl.j

In the blue over the meadows. Simple drawing master at the school was not dne thing; the domestic tyranny, selfish out the rocks and dirt. Pretty soon Compound, '

'Simon had been aware of then during very well off: Simple Simon bad Don't Twist the Body. and exacting, Is quite another. the cave was a great deal bigger than strong." ,

the hour In which he had been weed- been able to. help his girl and was Don't feet or fling them There never was any woman save a It was before and aa the rhinoceros WOMEN. 'j';

Ing. (Ha bad also taken notice of the helping her now There was plenty drag your stride. Learn to guldv fool, who did not enjoy being thus had grown very tired he stopped his };. Pink. \

II, fresh sweetness of the country air,, ol for that. lie and mother would not into nor lag, nor gracefully. It la Impossible governed by the man whom she loved work and went out to take a rest. At mada a

'the smell of the earth, of the vigorous be so contented as they were It they for a room a woman to be awkward In and to whom she was proud to look up last the cave was big enough to hold has been tho'Xt' j
spring growth that was going on, bad had nobody but themselves to whose love was the crown of her life. ele- I', ,
her walk If she walks straight and all the animals. To be sure, the ,
'almost visibly. around him of the think of and spend their money on. keeps her knees stiff. The act of Many women fall to get their own phant and the giraffe had to get downon thouaandeot
J+ bright colors of the flowers the borders The church ,clock struck one. Situ by asking for It; whether humbly or with
t on winging the feet out gives one a'I their knees and crawl In, because troubled 'I
of his vegetable ground.He pie Simon drew himself up again and graceful gait. Walk slowly. Skirts aggressively matters but little. The they were so tall but they did not ,ulcera.J

put his tools away In the shed he gathered .his tools together. It was wind around your calves when you aennlble method Is (o take it cheer. mind t.hat. It was now supper time, so irregularities i.

had built for their accommodation time to g6 In and wash and change walk rapidly and all semblance of fully and naturally, assuming as a all the animals had their supper, and kache. ';'

?u'' cleaned his boots on' the iron scraper his clothes. In the afternoon after, a grace Is lost. Walk In leisurely manner matter of course that one'a husband by the time It was dark every one of i all sick !

outside It, and then went along the nap in the armchair In the dining as if you were a princess not a being the. dearest and best of men,his Is them was fast asleep Inside, the cave. i for advice.' t
above anxious that
"} bricked path fa the back of the house room window framed in honeysuckle, hurried worried overworked' woman. all things, comfortable. From Curtis D. Wilbur's "The Bear I "" to,, k
be and
and called out. "Now, then mother! he' would occupy himself with the Don't swing out your shoulders. Don't However wife shall, It should happy not be forgottenthat Family at Home" In St. Nicholas. I ; Ma a.

Eleven o'clock!" lighter phases of gardening pottering swing :your arms. Don't twist yourself -
this to minor matters
applies often used In
about with bank of baat and a pair Don't con
a motions.
Mrs. Dodd sinuous
appeared at.tho door with In
alone, never to anything: of which tho QUAINT AND CURIOUS.In .
A tray; upon which were a Jug, a glass, of garden clippers until tea time. tort. Don't Wriggle.; Hold your chin wife has cause to think that her husband -

4 si hunk'of bread and cheese. She.too After that he and his wife would go In. This la the most Important thingof will disapprove Men hate to Headache '/

was stout ,and round., and, her come- for ,a stroll by Held paths and country all. be bothered about little things and China the salt tax is a government . Stomach or <
in the evening look act like 'an monopoly, It Is one of the principal or dangerous >*
( ly face wore the same look of placid lanes, and return Don't walk nor will surrender much when they aianot '
' to their quiet, pleasant little home. old There are no old persons revenues of the empire yielding immediately. ',
contentment. \ ,her husband's.. She person. disturbed or annoyed by the concession stow ;J.
bad on an Immense apron over her neat And so the days and the years' would In these days. of which, indeed they are about S9.000.000 a year.

.,stuff ,dress.' 2 pass and they would grow old together Touch'the ground first with the ball often unconscious.\ 1'e o.. ,J
In peace and contentment of your feet, with the heels strikingan Th*} first divorce between nativesan -
"Been'maklna the arbor father" Another reason why women fall In love is J
wlth< their child and their child's.child Instant later. Learn also how to the ground of the disappearance of
managing Den Is because they are In-
I.-.h. asked as she deposited the tray on ) ,the leader
to ward from them the desolate be seated. Don't alt with your clothes a husband-has just been pronounced "- ,:t-
.a bench by the door. opportune and Importunate, They Jl i
wooden loneliness of wound up around you. In the Congo Free State.
'" echoed Simple Simon, taking ageA the ragged-edge of ask, at the wrong time in the wrong loved an Esqui
thrush In the lilac. A light Don t sit oa
sang and not seeing their mlst..ke.peral.t ,
way,
'; his seat beside the tray., _"Why squarely. When not the neces.
breeze blowing over a bed of wall things. beseated when It Is useless. Instead of Freckles may' be hereditary. Cases
wits have wool, gathering; to provide
+ gone of '
your
the style your
t flowers wafted fragrance. The sun you walk consider retreating In good order to try againat jf freckles all over the body are men-
The arbor's from eleven till one, Going requiredbyrhet'
\ shone on a clump of tall lilacs. dress. a' more convenient season. ThereIs tioned.: Food Is not supposed, to cause .'''
to start on if now ,what have you dragging train dOn'tforget encouragement ,
Simple Simon lifted his gray head It you are a. an Infinite deal In knowing the them. Sun and wind make some faces. ''
been doing? and heavier the A '
,,. and looked round him. His eyes were It The longer / psychological\ moment and seizing. itgently freckle., yawning'
.trylng'vto must walk. dwell* .
"Counting the wash'and mol at. "I don't know what I've doneto gown the slower you and ftrml,. .:.
knock some sense into that &ir!'. deserve to be so happy" he 11.141.- First, lash and all the time be digni When a man Is not Indulgent to his ,The largest of all mammals are not and his be- !

head. Now I'm going O1'erhe glass }London Mall. " fled ' wife'usually It Is her own fault; the he elephants but the whales. A large crossed otU. !,

and clalna'cupboard till dinner time." ." An ungraceful walk will spoil the exceptions are the, Ill tempered cantankerous elephant weighs about six tons, but youth calm :,

"Ah. you'll like that Lor. what a most elegant gown 'that the dress 'men.; who ought never to the largest; whale reaches the 1m- cross ,the "' ,

life it"1.1! Never a moment 'without FAIR PLAY FOR BlRDS. maker's art can design.-New Haven marry; men who the more submissivetheir nense weight of 150 tons, and would abduct the

something pleasant to do. and no Sci.ntlat' Leads Register: womeAbecome the more tyran 'urnlsh four-carloads of flesh and destroy the ,
bodygota; } right to come along and Famous Campaign nical. With such men a woman had blubber. pursuit He l

tell yqq todosomething; Now Against Slaughter for Wo Tlmel 1 Word of Advice. best assert herself boldly If .she can. .. .j

mother, la It as good as we figured' It men', Hats. To bellevetXat all the nice things It is a case like that of which Julien It is estimated that 91,000,000 acres the bridge ; ij
; said to us are ime and that all the tells in of the slums.In -
out, or Isn't It? The bill to check the wanton (mistakes Is usually Gordon a story are available for rice growing in Lou- Idol seized\ ::,
f Mrs. disagreeable ones are which a street arab says ot his ,
"Ooalpng.wlth'yout" replied
.
destroy. .
daughter of beautiful plumage birds !slana and Texas and the value of .;
occasionally
to happiness;
conducive second m..rrtaaeFop: useter
Dodd. 'You know well enough what I : father's crossed.
Introduced in the House of Lords by such a crop would be 400000000. This had ,;I
I trouble.
Into bltn
,"You: }know well "enough ,what Itbink. It leads us lick mom but Maggie lick and and wn
rould make the rice fifth In bag
Lord Avebury (Sir John Lubbock), of tailor crop point
of the flattery In de fambly. Helen
has
; I can'tatop, talking here all Beware so we peace .
It or value the 'cereals of this abducted
second
was
passed its reading. or carsetlere, Tribune. among ,j
t the morning" dressmaker and milliner Oldfield In the Chicago .'
? then referred to a select committee madame that she has the ountry. man!-Glas .,:
'She disappeared Into the 'bo l.ft.Hel' who assures 1
which recommend the best
is
husband finished his morning'srefreshment to "form superb," while your own better / Fashion Notes.Hhts
method of carrying out the oCJects that hips are Lord Clifton of Cobham Hall. Kent :;
.nd'sat for a few minutes judgment tells you your banked with
are literally Sincere.
'iTjft desired and to consider whether or waist line too high.A England Is six feet seven Inches 'tY
fibbing< his hands on.his knees, too large your
flowers.
not representations can be made to blinded to the defectsIn high His father the Earl of Darnley, ooncrallt
his face"turned'toward the that woman
? sun foreign countries to secure their cooperation baa reached that With the sheer frock two petticoatsare I. six feet four Inches while their relatives ?" V, t
s had already begun to colof it. Then her esthetic make-up ,
he got up.briskly and went to his shed to prevent the exporting of state of self-satisfaction which la generally worn Noel Bllgb., Arthur Bllgh and ;. I te'i i

k for another set ot tools. plumage to Great Britain. hopeless for whether In things material In green the preference seems to E. V. Bllgb average six feettwo: and ." +

Simple'Simon was In' his, usual,position Lord AvebUfy's, bill\ following the ,. physical moral mental or religious. be given to forest green.A ne-half. ; :t

'f of' having realized a life-long example set by New York State It excludes growth and im great deal of art Is being employed

aim/ and of having gained as much makes all plumes except ostrich, provement.Now in the dressy coats of the sea The richest Indian In the world faLon : conscientiously '"

satisfaction from it'as he had antlcl- elder duck and wild birds used for don't misunderstand mo;; we Hill 'of Harllngton Tex. Hit. ; too well.-"

1>ate4. '- food contraband. 'The penalty for are not to belittle our good points son.The coppery browns and the deep wealth' Is conservatively estimated at ,.

w Wben"l1e"11ad"rrled thirty( years ,Importation for sale or exchange Is (and none of us II.without them) ; mahogany tones will be exceedlnaly'modish. 3500000. He is 49 years old. devotedto .....
$25 on first conviction and $125 on rather are we to accentuate them u his wife and children and graduated INOOMK. '
before, with only the salary of a -:0:
second conviction with forfeiture and
such a degree that they throw Into In the law department of the Food. :,
) young bank !clerk upon which to sup destruction of the feathers. But If a While trimmings are used some '
r shadow the faults (and few of us are. University of Virginia/ 'hr;
himself his wife and a possible '
port" "
woman is actually wearing prohibited without them). what exclusively striking contrastsIn helps one a lot E'3
family It would' have seemed out of when she arrives in Great color are noticeable. _,
plumage Perfect dressing consists In emphasizing Scottish emigration has not attract- r "j

the have question'enabled"that'him his. to prospects buy :a would little Britain and Is not to sell It, then no every good point and .artfully Blouses made of entredeux of alternate ed 'much attention but it is, comparatively one's In- ""

larce'.ardeo the ,offense Is committed. concealing defects! ; so, you see bow strips of Craponne lace Clunyor speaking heavy. During thl.year' It not en' ,
house with a In
?,, Lord Averbury, discussing his bill necessary It is to be (keenly alive to ordinary, guipure, are very charm emigration season from the a.
t country. andsllvo'in4 ,;for the years said: "The idea of my bill is to check has to make ,
.
: remained'' to'' him after his work defects as well as to good points.Let ing. end of March to the end of June. 28-
that
should be finished.. But that was the wholesale destruction of birds the woman who la short and fat A beautiful deep American Beauty 000 persons sailed from the Clyde for \ health is her. '

the end that he and his wife had In I going on throughout the for world millinery.The simplyto eschew the models planned for the rose shade will be stamped the mode he United States: and Canada., i .i\.-\, 1.

att1throu.h i the of provide plumage tall and slender girl; let the angular and many Bordeaux reds will be fav '- writes .
Tlew youth
years
h birds to come within tbe bill are on my own
from the
t and middle ,age and the end has woman turn away closely ored. =.. Many strange adventures were encountered 1y
the white heron from which osprey: built to display the am a clerk and
fitting garment
sailors the by Boyd Alexander la his ;
nlcver
been accomplished. Some of the are
r plumes are taken; crowned pigeon, curved close ap "I
a well-rounded figure; let the In Africa
They had saved ,a little every year .albatross lyre bird and birds of para woman who "Is not so young" (as very' large ones, faced with silk or recent Journeying In oneamlneatrlcken a boarding (lr..
from the ,first except in the year in dlse. The birds are most beautiful at satin and trimmed with ribbon and village young girls a nervous In I
r the French say--they never say "old") Were offered to the party for food.
which'their daughter had been born, ,
wings or grasses.
nesting time, when they are mostly avoid vivid and startling colors and it was almost
Elsewhere the people fleeing before
'and that other I black year. In1 which caught, so that when one Is takenIt designs.We Lace and fine hamburg Insertion alternating in the office. .
-him. threw down babies In the hope
she had rheumatic fever and they .
horizontal make
means the destruction of a whole In rows
can't force and artisticeffects
good
had hearty lost her; As time went on or staying their hwger and so stop-
family. In this way many beautiful -we must gently coax them.- dainty blouses; sleeves and, collarcarry to me the Idea
ter and Simple Simon's salary Increased, ping the white men's advance. t
which
species are gradually dying out. Boston Post out the Idea.It I did .
they- saved more. It came to be a.pleuure' "I am sure If ladles reaUy knew Is In Paris, that place .. part of a" .-;
x to do without things and add "predicted < One of the seven fine old oaks In '
how cruel the traffic Is they would
the mush' "
Rose Colored Glasses. of ephemeral styles, that
something to, the,.store. For every never wear the plumes, for after all hataha1' lalcey forest, Buckinghamshire; hasbeen brain-tire ,
..DeSft the choice
One beautiful' sunny morning not room successor burned to the It Is
h> shilling ,they denied themselves they they do not look nice In them. ground. sur- : ills of an over' d
long two women were overheard each badUteSr) day.A visitors the forest
gained a sovereign's worth In antlct1patlon. At the plume auction sales in Lon. ago ilsed.that to made nourished s,1.
don during the last six months of 1901no tal kine."Isn't. new arrangement of flowered ribbon a, picnic fire In the hollow'trunk, and Grape-Nuts I j
It a glorious day? said one wide-brimmed bats shows soft 'lb. .
on result the complete destruc-
his 'marriage was health and ":
a dir. Simple Simon-upon less than 19,742 skins, of birds of ,
a cheerful, happy-faced little body. loops running from the crown to the Ion of the tree which Is said to be .
into a little house In a quiet catalogued 1,411 position and ,;"
bad gone paradise were ; pack. '
her "but
-"Oh, yes, ,said the,, we of the brim like the spokes of a
street Kentish' Town" edge $00 years old. Salcey. Is the second .'" ,
1. bat 'poklsh In ages of'the nesting plumes .of the will have lots of horrid weather '41'-" 3
1 and he had' lived In that little house white heron, ,representing the feath "Of course we will."-wu the blithe wheel. great royal forest and has belonged to \ Co.. Battle ::1

V for thirty yeas until ,be bought his ers'ot'nearly'I 115,06o birds, and Immense I answer: "don't let us- think of'that; A hat that Is guiltless of trimming' Ute crown since the conquest.. -Lon- "Th' Road to' .,'.'Iv '
along an' entire side Is so shapely don Dally Mall : .
own in the country numbers of Jhe feathers and let us enjoy today." y
He thought of'those ''years now airhe iVlno of almost' every known species There Is a(good deal of sweet, sound and of such handsome strew It Is Indeed letter M A new- h

measured sand sawed and ,ham' of ornamental plumage bird.-New. 'philosophy In that !"LetuaeaJoyto-,: ,' beautiful enough ot\Itself to -need- The sperm whale can stay' under water to time. They #i

tncred' to th,' spring :sunshine wlti.:' ,York>> American.. day.", > ,no decoration. for 20 minutes., full 'of boms.,
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ASK ;FOR GOOD 'ROAB THi lGHODT THE STATETbe'llveiCltlzons The' The Sphinx and, ftuoeese.Tile' '" : i
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:Ambitious Young, ,Man apiproaobed THE SAMSON OF COFFEES
: of Delray have or General Demand he Sp&ln. ;? and said: "Oh. I .;
Board Request Dura] xanlied a-cood; road association and tell me, learned one, what rule make . "' '.

Armory are going: actively to- work to developand of the Wef Informed. 01 the World ha 'for !Success.n ;! Double the .Stretath_ 01 It's defoacy of Ilav'er'
.
Commissioners to Act. Improve that region.
Alacbua, alway/bea fora almpU,. plcaaant and will air." said, the Sphinx, witha
Is
county building a rock the ordinary kin
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road 'which will run by way of Danville efficient liquid LuaLl..1'OD8d7. of known' sllgfet-smile. "No man |s a success, and it's smoothness of

WORK ON TilTcAMP SITE Rocky PoInt \Vacaroota and value; a laxative 'Wbl l. physician coulii ;aloni lie must&: have his associates, 4oca.IWicc aa far jid< '
through II splendid, farm region to Ilia assistant. Select *prv>]*< genera -- :t este'.ro'ae.er': aubor.dinatcd r
. Mlcanopy there connecting, with a' motion for family use because Its component manager and make dim responsible thus Is A rest MONEY' '

For Stat. Troops is Progressing R pldIy. bard road to Ocala.A part* site known to them to be : to. you for everything: choose for 'C' to it'i. Strength

Railroad is Aeked to Construct recent, big land deal In West "boleooma; and truly beneficial ip. effect Im'A lieutenant holding; him reapon'alble SAVER- ,-. _.'

'' Florida wa tbe purchase by the -aeeeptable; / for your general manager. For the
'S&t\' Spur to Cep. .to. th ,*yat ni.and gentle, yet
"
Oraves-Tatum company of 50.000 'lieutenant get a division superintendent ,.,
prompt. In notion THE REIIYJAYLBR i CO.
: ,
,
r c
acre In Washington .county through ( under command of the lleutenantj .25't I Ib
S
Jacksonville Fla.-rWork is prosre.sln In that lel SOL. Jgcw.attt..a.1f.a.UNIVERSITY : .
which one can drive thirty-two mile Supplying +Wntt. t.h.lta ex- ( under him' an .assistant, and tinder avtaTwREgS :
on the permanent campBitefor In a straight line. The same company eellent combination of"ttfTU&rt&! "'anct
& | him an assistant' and tinder theassistantasstant
the -state troop, and the (Mate also ,
own 00 acres of Umber
armory board Is greatly encouraged lands In 2r county Elixir of Senna, .iI-Californ.irFjg Syrup a helper, each U

at the progress being made. The Some Idea, of b irreaU'ibe, pine- Co. proceeds along ethical line and relies guru .responsible to the, one above. ,. OF GEORGIAFounded
feoard however 1 la'erl desirous of 'Follow. Uili' to the last
"road apple industry Florida add to the on the merit of the laxative rita remarks and lowest
the Park
Orange now *
having man. You ,ouneU have 'worry.DO
no ,
wealth state
of the ; be formed able '
may
Duval 'U Cell8.
being' built by county. p..athroqlb
from the announcement that one \ frets and need only to draw the -:--

alto or;' Immediately and to bring alongside about* lhle:the Jacksonville commission house forwarded That ii one of many reasons' why, dividends' You may even live In Eu; 123 years ago' for the education of all UM ipeople.

camp has 'asked the Jacksonville 400 carloads 'of' pines 'from Syrup of Fig and EU ir of grans ii given rope." It Is .the patron of all who may seek its instruction. The rich *

bard of trade, to use Its, Influence the Indian river* region alone. If complete ;. the''_preference by' the Well-informed. "But," caked t It er Ambitious Young' can get nothing batter, the poor can secure the best; thus the "

wftg the board of county commlSBlon- gathered statistics it would of 'make the:,Industry s wonderful were To get IU beneficial effect. always buy :Man, purged'., "how am I to be able state equalizes: opportunities,. regardless of class or sect v e-
'ersof Duval to'get their -io select ttoo "'
county consent showing,. the genuine-manufactured by the California : rljfct) men? Over 1,000 Georgia alumni attest the value or Its training,_moa. prominent la'every.
to tbe'propOtied icuange in, the And .lIi_ tile Sphinx smiled broad Industry and profwwloa.
road. Government engineer are at Stuart Fig Syrup Co., only, and rur.sale ',.-Pudk.: '
The matter was presented ;jto the to survey tbe St. Lucie river. at Gil by all leading druggists.' Price fifty ,cent Law, Pharmacy, Agriculture, Civil and Electrical Engineering t

county commissioners some time ago' bert's bar' preparatory to making aba..bor ftt bottle. 'LIKE: SON LIKE FATHER. Literary and Scientific Courses.'
and at that time the commissioner refuge for deep draft vesselsat Millionaire( ((10 tailor)-
Ftoultr or td ....ruato.. students enrolled last 'at At1eal'! | SSTt"students
,
year
that is said that after
the point It
refused to The tbat. have him
grant request. my son you permitted
enrolled 'In the University system. Board SD.OU month room 91.00 month la dormitories
One
of ;
the
route of the road a* agreed upon by crossing the bar there la a': wide'channel , many things. a conceited ,"
youth is to run a bill for two year I han ; tuition free In aosdtmle eouras to eUlsens of the, state. The University offers the
the commissioner, will be fpm a wblcb now has from 'eighteen to unable to understand la how therefore come to_.." youth of to-d y the host advantaooe... all Its history. Maintained by the Mate the
mUe and a. j\flJf to two miles from; twenty feet depth for fully eight any sensible female can 'pass him up I'm University. stands ready to help YOU train your son for the highest responsibilities' of life,
'l'allor-ob. don't
tbj[ site and rifle miles Inland, making .quite a large for some other cjiap. sip trouble. '
camp range. In no hurry.. IT IS WORTHY OF 'THE TRUST. IT STANDS FOR

The citizens) 'of toward Jacksonville the purchase contributed protected! harbor.There considerabletalk a... WILL CUBK'TOCK CORKS ..Millionaire: see that' and that's ALL THAT IS BEST IN OUR CIVILIZATION.
$6(04)0 having been
If Invest It la bottle of -
yon a ABBOTT'S -- -
XABTIITDIAII --
of this alto, and It seem that the of Honorable Don C. McMullenof coax ..111'1' It removes. hard or oft why I've come to. tell you that for Foe DETAIL*. AOOHCSS
county commissioner would be willing -' HIII.boroug1count)' for president corn..bunlon. the future' I with to get my clothe THE UNIVERSITY Athena Oct.
or sore, callous! spots on the
,
to have a public highway'con of tbe McMullen baa from too!- Lite.
next senate, Mr. feet, warts or Indurations of the skin. No ,.you Brooklyn
structed to the camp site especially announced that he will not be-a candidate pain no out! ting, no"eating" of the flesh
when the road Is I being -built and all but will support Honorable no after soreness. ; quick safe sure. At, FITS8t.Vitos'DanmtKnrvona Diseases permanently AVOIDINO.TAJ.K, !I PIEDMONT COLLEGE if

that In asked Is that the route be Fred M. Hudson of Miami for that druggist or by mall from. T.. ABBOTT Oow, Restorer.cnred IB trial by: Dr.bottle Kline's and treatise Great Nerve free. She-"If we appear together M ,

changed so as to pass along the edge place, Mr. Hudson and Mr. McMulJen Savannah Qa. Dr.U. R. Kline, Ld.,081 Arch at., Phtla.. Pa. much people will ,t.Ut'.bolt ut." DC MO PI car, GA.
'of the camp site I having been colleges, mate at Washington He-"Well, suppose we disappear R..I\Alr.'_....__ "-1-........... ,
'L The state armory board also wants and Lee university. Did George" Washington's schoolmates BOMB OHkNOt08.. tocether-Plok..1r..UII. eel Ooll..e._, eesMal .. t.rle.w, 'tin

Qfe Atlantic Coast Line railroad to:! The Seaboard. Air Line' Is getting dub him Figures because he Wer face 1* familiar.- II m.el., a. .5.1..I trim.

build a spur track Into the camp site ready .for rusting the work on Its..ter.I couldn't- ,Her Then why don't you' speak!" Hicks' Oapodlne''' Care Women's! .) ..Iw I
and at the last meeting of the board I. minal facilities at .the city of Tampa I, ." Monthly Pains, Backache Nervousness MET C.
resolution the' Ledlee Cur Wear .._. "Well her hair and her figure are $
adopted a on subject the moment that the and Headache.: It's Liquid/ Effect Imm.. ,
moneyfor.
One ales smaller after neing Allen's Foot- not familiar Louisville Courier
asking the Jacksonville board of diately. Irescribed by phrsieiaaa with beat
trade to use it* Influence with the their construction is a"an..ble.Tbeae Eaae,.powder.' ...tight ornewshoeseaay. Jou:'nal. results. 10o.. 23c.. and 1Oe.. at drug stores.MAKING .
terminals' will necessarily be ('u.--.oJl-. hpl, sw.ating.aching
railroad officials.. the largest and most Important In that feet.lnarowinc nails.CIOrna.acS. bant--. At BAD ECZEMA IS YKAMS.. D
city and every day their completion diracglstsand shoe.to... Mo. Don t accept Mrs. Thomas Thompson, of Clarksville A RECORD. :
WILL UROW LASTtlK !BEAKS; IB I dblaYed bring loss to the road and an;substitute. OImst.dLeRoyN.1' Oa.. writes, under. date of April U, 111071..1.ull'ereel T' know a young man very 'ambi ::.
.. Address Allen
mail. B. 16 with who' Is anxious to make
to tbe public. yea's tormenting eosenia; tious a record _
Many Dad. County !Farmer Are Interested Despite bad the beat doctors to prescribe; bat nothing '
the discovery of wireless for himself. Could 'you' suggest: ;
Tbe at the -enlra ee to the ,
jetties ,
In Their Production. did me any good ..UII got ,.naau .. In
canal in bay' at Miami communication politician. continue to "' a Miami Fla.-For some week. past ship Biscayne It eared me. I am so thankful. &,1 ;
there has been a general Interest lak- will BOon be completed all now ne pull the wires. Thousands of others eaa testify to elmlUr Sure. Why doesn't be get a, Job, [.. t.
large number of farmers In cessarybeing the placing of the.cap- tares. TBTTBBIHC' Is sold bydruggUtsor with 8 phonograph company."--Do- %
trtf by a To Drive Oat Malaria sad Build C .
sent by matt for 1Oe. by /.T. oaorraiii.
ibis part of Dade county In growing ping; of granite. the System Dept. A, Savannah Ga, trolt Free Free. Take the
castor beans and it Is >>rc.1Jaole that The corn crop at. Hastings is the
the bean; will be planted quite extensively best ever grown In that section. I Take Cnux the Old TOBIO.Standard Yon know Gnome what TASTSVuea Suburbery. WHITE STEAMER WINS EVERYWHERE _,l _. .
has been of sweet you One of the benefit of living In the y:;: 1r
thin fall. The matter has been There a large crop are taking. The formula is ; :
std
carefully: looked Into by a number otta.rmern. potatoes planted In and around Hastings on every bottle, showing it Is simply Oni- suburbs Is the fun you can have In Mekee"p.ifxjt More In an tmpertut wan W.w.reo7OllddeesadBowerTropkQusk.rCity .... '*.:*U.....aM.:;.;.: ; ; : :

the value of the beqns In the and If the season is favorablethe nine and Iron In a tasteless form, and the town when you miss..the last train out. Double vlctonr Hurtabars- Cho moflVttel. m*. til* .InVUttsla* Ha>r : :
market, and It is believed that It will yield will i>e Immense. most effectual form. ITor grown people -New York Press. ehtnebr Untt i BteUe_BrMllten Oom.limeete.Oaee ttt*. .led al ,
sad children. lOo. Uirourh Bud,noM end .n.'nt iaa Sand we ... .....pee ee' .
I. become a permanent Industry In this A petition la being circulated at CORKS nenwe<>*
portion of the county If enough acre- Ocala asking the governor to ajipolnt Some men decline to look upon XKMOTBS WITHOUT fAlff.ABBOTT'S .. We will sued. pee(free)titoice of three work a. 'J. M. VOUNa

age Is planted It Is believed that an Mr. Hal O. Eagleton to the omce the wine when it Is red because they alarrasmAs coax TAIXT removeeeotne Aetonablto"",Dnelapneirt..-ttcm. ever wnt rlntd.tebw 'Uw Write.AiieMhtolnrmr te t
ell mill will be established to work made vacant by the death of Mr J. prefer another color. ,root and all,without cutting or burn- TUB WHITE CO.. U> MwlMte 8U,Atlanta Oe
G' up the beans. It Is said that cold Walker Bishop. Another petition Is Ing end leave no soreness. It cures soft
'reused castor castor: oil Is worth asking for the appointment of W. E. Mrs.WlD8lo..8oothlq Syrup for Children corns between the toes, 'bunions or sore AND
about and the -thlnpBoftenath t.b8tr\Jm,,rodaasslnflamm.' callous spot It euw aU quick and per- FOURTEEN HUNDRED
$4 a gallon Harm
now Sinclair. ':i011.lUys paiD pressed $1 and upward. Castor pumIce f.
Engineer'Olrman of DeLand.hu
Is quoted In Jacksonville at* $25 City finished connecting the new pumpat No farmer has ever yet grown rich 24o. to Tan ABBOTT' Co.. Savannah Oa., team are selling our product to

per ton, making it. cost $27.40 .laid the water ,,works and Is very proudof growing crops from the government No man Is master of the entire, FARMERS .In thirty.lour, different States (
down here. eed. of human knowledge-with .the Seventy useful articles that country people
Its work. lie has reason to be for range ,
need We furnish the goods and rive agent
Castor pumice Is used extensively It In of large capacity and can lift a DEATH TO KINO WORN. possible exception of. a village justiceof ,time to turn them Into money. Address
among the pineapple growers.and the million- and a half gallons of water I I .._ the peace. J. R. ATIC'N? CO.,Winona.Minn. ;
output from a large mill would be "Everywhere go speak for'l'an. '
every twenty-four hours. .He has no because It cured of In Its I
the East me ringworm '
used by the farmers along trouble In keeping the city tank filled worst form. Hy whole cheat from neck to '' Illillcdgcvlgc' '
Coast In this latitude tale castor and can furnish plenty of water in waist was raw as beer j bn t I-BTTSBHIB. cured American Cotton College .Geoyg i I ;
"llan for as there la not ;
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grows year case of flre.Sawmill me. It also cured a bad case of piles. 80 ,
enough frost to damage It, It Is also says Mn. M. f. Jones of 28 Tannehll St., For the Wucetioa .f Farmers Oerlu. MercaamUVi =.H _...... CeHtos)
claimed that the castor bean'I.-one men are beginning to lookto I'lttaburR, Pa. 'TBTTBBIBB' '' the great skin Buyers, Manufacturer, and all others, young or old. wh. are 'unable) to classify ,
orange grove, that instead of taking of the Improved shipping facilities of for 60o. Write. ;J. T. !:BaorrauiE Dept. A, ear sample room, _-six week* correspondence coun. ......_..apert cottoo. seea /;f
from the Boll it enriches It. There are that port I&YlUlnah.O. will complete,.P'Io' Big deinuad for c.Hoa greTden and eettoei buyer Seeeion ep.M

two kinds of varieties of the.bean, The Pensacola section Is' producing At the age of 40 a man. get/buay Sept. 1st. CerreeposulMieei. year reiaad. WriteatonceforrortberpaTticBilare.BIRMINGHAM . '

but only I one is used for extractingthe this season an excellent and large and looks for some of the money he ,, .

oil, pear crop, and the. enterprise promises threw away at the age of 21. '
It la stated that In' foreign countries to be an exceptionally successfulone. SEMINARY

where the greater\ part of the An' effort Is being made to establish CUTICURA CURED FOUR.
teMTa are 'grown Ibat.tbe alalka' are a reputation for the butt such BIRMINGHAM. ALABAMA.

gathered and Bold to manufactureers as' It really ,deserves. To do this 8ootbern'Woman Buffered With Itch. Itfeel' eahool for Olrli rad Yaeg Ledlee.. Bwerdlnepaplli limited' (e aver. aefleedCtrrlitUn
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of paper pulp If It la a fact that the picking been postponed eo that the Inn Burning Rash-Three Little rity homei.deasta.. .rr*..bonMkul4 kt Dd.r,)comfort.hub fereltr Ptrteet...heeith....lor..;. oec Next of..door..10.resrestlos.r.r.Il.d '...* SvpteeiberIxteKBth. itr
.talk* of the castor bean will make fruit will arrive at .Its destination in Babies Had Skin Troubles-Calls : Per tMelo* end nil pertlealere. eadrera
a good paper pulp there,1 no reason excellent condition.A Cut.l'ura.ller Old Stand-by. MISS LOULIC COMPTON. Principal 1722 Fifth Ave.. Birmtasltam.) Ala. aI

I' why a factory of that kind could not vigorous protest Is being made "My baby 'had a running sore on bis
be erected and build up a splendid among Jacksonville and Tampa clUE neck and. nothing that 1 did for it took At3l08)t I

.. business, n* over the proposed transfer to effect until J iued Outicura. My face was
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New Orleans Of Colonel Lansing H., nearly full of tetter or some similar skin INCOLNCnABTiaan
) TO BUILD ROADS. :
$200,1)00 beach in charge of the United State disease. It would itch end bum so that 1 MEMORIAL[ UNIVERSITY

to vote' engineering operation in Florida. could hardly stand it. Two cakes of Cuti
Esctnibla County Issuing
Bond to That Amount. One thousand four hundred and curs Soap and a box of Cuticura Ointment ..
cured me. Two years after it broke out on ,
thirty-nine bales of fine Havana to- '. Bn.Tlla.r.,
Penaacola Fla.-Preliminary plans my hands and wrist. Sometimes.. I wouldgo FBBROABT Urn meet, Lllroo"" '
were perfected and a proponed route bacco leaf were received at Tampaon nearly crazy for it itched so badly. I This onlqae and rapidly growing tDltlt t.lon.wUh. rrounds'and bulldln\ .valued etoe.OOOlarnlehee
for' the many hard roads la this coun the steamship Olivette. This Is went back to old that had unequaled oppW'lunftlatoryoung"' men and rounewonMin, with or without mreru,
my stand-by Tuition In the Literary .jrpsrtmantI.axes.Just an Inrlitanlel.which
who desire educiUon.
the .board of the largest shipment of tobacco re- en
ty to be' built by county never failed roe-one set of Cuticura Remedies ruvee from tit to eta per""aI'. Board. lncldrnt end room. rant rejice from K5 to gladper '
'comqilnHloners with money derived' ceived there for some months. did the work. One set also cured year and the student may work to per one-half of this amount. Idle tarp ecoool build- -
t >from the bond Issue of $200,000 at a Plans are being matured that will my uncle's whose head cake of Ing.j; coo acres of lend; sew mill, pilOt milk shingle machine. All Oollen eoureee. IncludingMuide x
was a
Art and KlocuUon.: ere siren. Over too etuden.U enrolled last ie"". Located at the
Joint meeting of the county commlalonerjl ; give Hastings, another railroad connecting : sores, and another baby who was in the HtalOrla Oumberl.nd lap, Tennaee. where the. three Btate. Virginia, Kcntuckr and 'Ten. '
... and chamber of commerce ; with the d., a. and F. at l'a-. ..me'fix. Jot...: Ullie Wilcher, '770 El.venth neteee join, First term begins August Blat. Address -'

comnufiee.: it la the desire of the latka and the A. C. I.. at Huntington, St., Chattanooga Tenn., Feb. .16 '07." Wm. L. STOOKjnWRy Th. D. 'PreJldent. I
city to have a perfect system of hard running through some of the largest ,
roads, not only through this county,' potato[ arms and having spurs to. others Be broad; be liberal; remember It CVM7JE'RLA.N"D CAT.GIN 'TE.NJ':.
.but also connecting with Baldwin the' object7 being to give another Is more blessed to give than to receive -

county. Ala.. on the west and Banta outlet besides the' East Coast railway ; particularly If the commodity

Rosa county: on the east thus obtain. and to curtail tbe handling by team be advice. REPAIRS:

ing the trade of both these prosperous as the East Coast tracks are on one ,
John B. Dlalte .old reliable water .
eye All--. i4"Pads.
well aa developing of -pie
counties the belt.
as Hide potato cures sore eyes or granulated lid*. Don't SAWS WBS. Brletl Twlee.' .......foe.. for ear aselu'of : .ia.a Ale" a
this and those counties. To do this Mr. W R. Comfort, a member of aNew hurt,feels good;get the genuine In red box GIrl CNGINCS.: BOILER... RRCSSCS3 11Yle..bre.Ya

I three Immense bridges; as well as a York syndicate who purchased sad R....... tor seine. Sloe,..,.. ....,... ........;. a.!
'goo4froad system Is necessahy. one'i1rldg'e a largo; tract of land Vest from C BITTEN" BY A HORSERADISH. _lectera, Ptoes. Vah e a.4 mine lltM Sm. .WORKS ""IB. CeeeOiMCeMMINetaetock. r....... >
to span Perdido river, dividing Miami is in that city arranging for "And so Bm It hers died of hydropho <<: LOMBARD IR N AND. aUPPL"COMPANY. 0'
another
and Alabama cross 'AulluetAI.'Ga.
Jflorldu the Improvement of the property. Arrangement bra?" .
'Ing Boyou Chico and another span.
have been "Yea "
Escambla river. *' completed for ; poor chap!
Ding draining and building a dyke to cutoff "How did it happen"
the water from tne outer glade "He At Exhaled fdabbll Mldielto Fr All '
MARRIED ON HER DEATHBED. put too much horseradish on
- Mr. Comfort and his associate propose bis bologna and it bit fell tongue"- 1 11
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: Brides Expires a Few Hours After to and plant develop large their acreage entire in sugarcane holdJigs. Chicago News. KIDNEY AND LJVER TROUBLES TOILET !
Wa Performed: 5.E
. the Ceremony : Keeps the breath
", This .. wt. NO QRIPINd"1
,I. Fla.-.0. F. Hale and means a great deal to A TEIUIIBLK, CONDITION.' antiseptically' '

. ,),fl AttlaCI1ICola. were mauled Miami and the surrounding country. TRY A BOTTLE Ask your dealer for It be.ltbyferm. '

: tr at the bride lived only Never In the history of Dade county Tortured by Sharp Twinges, Shooting ,which water,__ ,
:, a few hours after the ceremony. baa there been a larger crop of native Pains and Dizziness. alone cannot do.
f The bride had been 111 for two or fruits than at ptxsent: and not a store eermioid.i'.
three weeks with pneumonia, and It .n. the City I* without a good supply. Hiram' Center 618 South Oak: .footing end .

Is said that .both she and Mr. Hale The pineapple mango and other street Lake City. Minn., say: "I was izinf toilet

'_ were aware that death was near, but fruits are coming In in large quantities so bad with kidney I RSH2IFOR of exoeptionsl I

n It- was their wish that the ceremony and the prices have dropped trouble that I could, ecllesoe and | i'
''be performed nevertheless Miss' down' to where everybody can enjoy straighten up after omy.. .... .. =
+ Tbreadglll was residing In Carra-belle a feast. What Is true of Dade countycan stooping without for Inflamed ,. y
i \. when she was taken ill, was a music be said of all other parts of the throet and nasal
'kL. : teacher by profession and a most estimable elate as carloads of summer fruit l harp pain shooting MEN uteris.rehrrh.' 'v
young lady. The groom is a are being sent out from the northern through; my back. I DcnR'wdsr' drug and '
resident of Cedar Key. counties. had dizzy spell, was from diae of the feet but stores, 50 cent.,
t Iteep your feet in a natural,healthy condition by wearinr
M/ .nervous and my eyesight by mail postpaid. M,
' The farmers of Coleman have saved r SKREEMEK, !: shoe*. They do not crowd or pinch the feet. Theyare '
affected. The
: WILL EXTEND ITS LINES. Large Trial
more fodder this season than any kidney secretionswere made overa.turalfoot-shape rnodtls. Look'' ,
season 'In ten year, and have fine for the label. If you do-not And thsse .shoe WIVM, "MSALTM*". : t
Tampa Northern Railroad to Put Line Irregular and Iw w readily, write u* for direction how .to
prospects for a good; bay crop and .: secure PAXTdN '
of Steamers In service. have more potatoes set out than ever tdo frequent. I wa* 1_ } I1fhIIDa I .them FItED,F. FIELD CO. Brockton... Mas THE ',
Tampa Fla,-President M. ,"
, Henry 'lefore. The corn crop'I the beet'In In a terrible condition, but Dean's KxratNUi :
Atkinson of the Tampa Nothern rail- bred years. While'the'cabbage' crop Kidney Pills>have cured me and I ........ ,( )
road who bal been here> looking over ,
have enjoyed perfect health sines."
brought the trucker no money last ".
.
the terminal construction going cn atHooker's
season It bas not dampened the ardorof Sold by all dealers.60 cents a box. '
[ Point for his) company'gaveaasur the trucker ana'.while tbe crop will Foiter-Mllburn Co..' Buffalo,N.: .Y.. 9
ifce that"early In October a Malaria Makes Pale Blood
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'be last the ,
not so large as .e..on. !
", :'line 'o teameis'would, he put, on In 'QUrr II "
'connection' with the.Tampa Northern truckers are beginning to make arrangements NOT ;UNOUGJL'.. ,.
'I" which would give; a direct steamship for the next crop and will .JMooney-Faith. ,Ol ,cud dfo lI ten1n' 'The'.01ct"tbm'.rd.OROVB'S' ,TASTELESS CHsystem. TONIC;''d.ri'e out Malalls t and buUdS' np'the ;
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,, ervlcQ between'(: New York.. -Texas, vu ,the land in better" condition* than I to: 'TCJm,Callaban -play 'h.*' poipe You knq ,.hat jrw are taking. The formal is plmlnlr.ptlnted on every.bottle.;ahotvingtt I -

'Brunswick. >Gs. and. Tampa, 'n previous, years. ,. i if jv 'a Itonohue--Per' mesai ;" <.Ol'd .prefer" is simply Quinine and Iron la t s. taste leas,.sud.the most effectual form.: For adults and children. 30c: v ,J' ,,

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- 7 NQTICK OF ELECTION., Nota'C* J Dt, 'InlCIJlIUJ1 to AP&Y BUDDED TREES a
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WSSIMMEE IN CENTER I itir (..Thaer.Notlo. .. ,

WHKKEAB.! The Lostolalu.nfoT'. l',>;r. under Uw la hareby '
irli'en.that tha. UDdoraUinK
Conatitutlon, of 1"or" the Stat of Florida did
, will apply to the Judge,of the Circuit Court ftthe : lsl sworth Nurseries.
three Joint RonoluUona amend
propoalna
patpa ;
Seventh > Ircuit of Florida In and' .
ritonta; to the ConeUtuttun> of the Slate of Florida. x>r
the ..
County of Oaaeola Chancery. aittinsat
I OF GARDEN OF EAST and the Kama were arrend to by a vcH, of throeflftha "
of .U the-berI eleoted. toiwch hou": TiUisvlllo. Florida, or wherever ,the said court CHASE & CO.. Pl ol I.RIBTOB.l lTi W. noAUD, AGENT
...
may .on the Seth day of August, A. D. JiXtfor '.
1 that the votaeon Mid Joint Roaolullona were enterad a charter. incorporating"Klsslmmee Fra.tarnal I We will have ready for next Fall and 'Winter i.lanttnir II fcjenera,
upon their ..._ttv. Journal. with yeaa .
_ -- > ?- Aaaoclatlun," a corporation being o..nbed assortment of Orange and Grai>efrult Trees of all leading varieties
and nayt thereon and t.heylelld detarmlno.nd dine not for .profit with\ tho objtk-t of promotlnsr I Our tree are budded on irood. healthy rough Lemon an \.....) '
Wo Have Wonderful. Kenoun'es, but Seem Slow .To t that the aaid Joint Iteaolutlona be submitted. the welfare of Friendship Lodge No 10 of the I Sour Orance roots, guaranteed free from Insect pests of any kiwi
to the electors of the But Election
at the'General Order of KnlirhU 01.thlu\ and of OraniroBloaaom All budded rom bearing tree In our proves and therefore,true lo-<
'l'ukcth'onfllge of'l'hem-ColllltIU'Cs Our teiinimcr In, ovember. IUIJ$. Lodge No. *>of the Order of Free" andAceepted I name. Our ""Utilities for growing nuntery stock are second to "
Now therefore,L IL Clay Crawford. Secretary ......n.. and to further beAt '.nd'' none and our tries\ are aa fine as no .ey und twenty year' experience .
YJMlt tl. of SUM of the State' of riorida. do hereby irivenotloe protect the InUfreeta the members of aid: can produce. 4 we are making especially Ibis season of the
In Oilier Sections lie Iliis
to lu'ln ; j that. t-odrea the original of which I. now on file In ] famous California Valencia tatte. which In destined to become the
.GENERAL ELECTIONwill the of of arreatent money-maker lu Florida." Our Valencia buds come dl.*
_ 1 _ the Cleric the Circuit Court, In and for
h be held in each county in Florida on Tuesdaynext Mid County OHceola. I ,rect from the bent benrlnir trooa In the district now famous. for producing J

r A gentleman vUUtntr tlm cjty) tlil", 'Then YOo)' nked"t advertise you suooeedlnir the flrat Monday, In.1 November WltnesaeurslrcaAuraa! IK'Lh/! day of .Jul,.,. the best Valencia1, hi.. Ca1Uornl C.
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week from one of.the welltern'.t..tAH. resources! your fine climate, tibaldifii;. l A. D. I''Uthe' / aald Tuesday being the., A.f, D.IU'A.! ''\ E.DONEGAN. r and -
: location and freedom from those thin / N. C. BRYAN.H. Wrjte for Prices'to J. W. HOARD Gotha. FlaO.or call see our Uui-
and. who hart traveled over quIto .11 whl''hthe outsidewoilfl'1. Itnatfines in. THIRD DAY OF NOVEMDEIl N. UKATTON.H. 'series at Waco on Florida Midland R. R.

. larir porllon ol the Jolted l States"' leNt ,Florida In summer. for the rtalflcallon or..Jecu..of the aaid Joint C. STANFORD.
and ."Yes I 'rtuch twnoteUiat Resolutions proiioainv anwndnwnta M the CcnnU-. Mt. CHAS. W DANN.
who U wtquallu\ >4 tocxprein am urpr'KCtl ,
tutlon of thv State of Florida. vU :... .... .: . . '
opinion wa to "n"reNsed'wlth tit cattle raising Is such a lanre\ Inrtustry. --- -- - - -- -- --
Why not have 'a i>Hckln City Barber Shop
raaay advaataesl8f| ( $liiniOe offers "lie house at KIsKhnmce and thus bring( RESOLUTION Piabllc.Road Notice. >

Investor1 auiThealtlnifeker') and e.|;K Mahomet to the mountain InsUiud oshl JOINT 'proposing an amend- Notice la hereby given that It Is the Intention '

daily was he 'so with ,our "dellirhtfu\ |>plnir mountain' U> Mahomeiy J mont the Constitution Section Nine of Florkla((9)) of relating"Article "'v. O).of. of tho Hoard of County Conunliuuoneni; of Oacoola *.* . ,,
to judicialSalrio
should think it .,rtt.<:tlcable and profit County, Florida at the )
climate, thatittV: called, at tho Vall>' .,. next reirulur meeting of
bl l lt lo establish a packing( house here said Board. to be held on Monday the :"rd day of NEWAND. UP-TO-DATE
Gazette olilce/ 'and err heartily vuu.vented Be It Reaolvcd by the I LgiaI.tur. of tho State
"Man cannot live on clIinHte alone A UWUMt, IJ"Mto oatabllah the following pro. ...
to the following Interview. helm and bread-wlnoHiir Industries are necessary of Florida '' paced road ai a public; read:
the substantial growth of'' T hat Suction Nine (II) of Article Flva (A) of the .
to .
published! utrinninir H9 yards w""lol the aouthoaat.....
"When' business called from m< tiny place. Your agricultural and horticultural Constitution of the State of Florida be and the nor of aectlqn :ail l In township Z6 south .......HUeaaL
me aame la hereby amuraM .. ,
so aa to road followa
resources have not been developed. thence'runnlnir ..
east the
southeaat corner "
bumble home to.Florida In ni4d vi.. Hot and Cold Baths
uinmcr : *
No country ever walked one of swU of ao!.of section Sil In said township and \
I expected to h.ye'a very dlsuirreaabletime avenue to \prosperity, hut tipproachoct Section Nine (V). The _lIIn.. of JuBtlcea of hi..... Intonwctina at that liolnt the public road '1,
I of i it. and to find )uur climate very bf many paths, und every new Industry the Supreme Court., Circuit Judaea and Jud.....of between. KuuimmcM and JlaKaenieri' aaid mad to
hot aDd mixed with momjulWu-H at tilt,, everything that "gives" eroplo C:rlminal Courts of Record shall bo fixed by the be thirty feet wide, fifteen feel on each aide of Fine Havana Cigars!

ratio of three-fourth climate and one- mont to a bread-winner is a sw>.|J forward i.rlelature.That. cold described route -'

fourth mosquitoes, I an agreeably for the whole community the forgoingamendment of,Section Nine WIWiess.my hand aa en-ofBolo Clerk of said ;
aurpri ed.' ,Your summer* are mild. it "Any citv ip ,"'hIch its 'people unite (">of Article Flva (.II) of the Conatltutlon of Florida Board at KI.. mm..., Florida thin I'th day of July.A. .
the last. ten day 'are a fair sample, and work for a common and are much like Juno In the western common PUHKOBB will attain" that to the electors of the tttata. for approval or Clerk Circuit Court- Oncoula County. Florida.

tales.' end. No place ever grew that was run rejection at. the next general election of Repraaonativea (Seal) My AttTIICIt.,. IMNK( AN, '
"Of course the) observation of a tv knockers, and I |>resume vou have) hereafter. aa required by Section One (I) Deputy Clerk. POOL ROOM IN CONNECTION. :

iranirer are" worth very little, and none of that trlw| in" your city. fyou of Article Seventeen. (IT) of aaid Conatltutlon. -- .- .. .. .
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could only rank aa parsing. Impressions have make them change their i'
but I feel sure that the people of courlle.or: move. Not that I advise A !millionaire a Baby ,
Florida, and eapeclally of Klsaimmee infrIngement of their personal/ liberty, JOIN RESOLUTION prononlnsT amendment attended t>j the hUrtiest priced baby
do sot appreciate fully the blesslnujthey for I believe In every man doIng as he to Article; Twelve of the Conatitution of the .S|'Il'clalh.t coi.lfl not Ixs; cured of .stomach jj fiSs _!fA"

enjoy and the opportunities that ,ileasea and If he dpes not do It make State of Florida relative. to> education, to be or bowel trouble any quicker or ', &""U"AOH. &.NKT M..O.... ,
.ore theirs: him do it."More known ea Section Sixteen of said A A tele, nre- surer than your baby if vou five ItMcGee'

"Your country Is bound to grow and public spirit moro |M-ople viding for.... levy' of a special tax for the support .. Uabv" Kllx'.r! Cures diar-

L develop rapidly, and Us future growth more Industries, more advertising of and maintenance of the University of tho rhoea dynenterv and' all deranifempntH MACH
will be permanent'and along correct. our resources will soontimko Florida .State Tlorlda.' the Florida Female College. Industrial lines. What )ou need I* what nature Intended she should IM--a the Institute for the Blind. Deaf and Dumb,and 2; cent und SO c ntN. Sold by llob- ,
\ more people and more bread-winning great the Colored Normal School. t-rsoo's Pharmacy.
prosperous immensely wealthy
Industries and the way to vet them is State Be It Resolved by the Leg-uiaturo of the SUite _ __U_ '''. .. ; Livery Feed and Sale Stable.

I to advertise", your resources and opportunities. "Am glad to know that your tchool of Florida.. ,
Florida U bound to h come house! will be: replaced with a more That the followinir amondmrnt to Article
the garden of the e"'IIt.and would be modern up-to-date buildIng, and that Twelve of the ConaUtution: of theStatuof Florla. /- Benedicta ; (WOOD <:--DRAYING .
already but for your extiorbitant the misfortune of the lire will not cause to)ue'known.Section ." of aaid Artlclu. bend I

freight and express rates. That will''',educational Interests of the city to tho tuiiio'is hereby ayraod. toand shall be aubmi.ted Everything is New and Flrst-Class. We wllllU'iider
be correctedbefore many ers, lIutTer.I ,Jo tho electors of the Slate. at the next ,
good way to correct' It is Lo secure "You have a good country, a !good ........raT'el.tlon of ltepreMmtatlv to bojmld in "A WOMAN'S MEDICINE"DO Prompt and Satisfactory Scr-

., r".YI'ld' I city fine climate, a healthful location the year ,00". for ratification or rojoction. vice l>av or Nisht. All Kinds(
:'1 thteutinly need money good people and a soil susceptible ot Sec. 111. A apuc-lal tax urt..", mill oi tho .
.
sufficient to build three locks to place '" hltfl], stale f>t cultivation und li. my dulh.r'/.II taxnblv )prop'fiy In tliu rt...t4- ahull Heavy Hauling. ..

,Klsstmmee and laree section! of.jour opinion o sun of prosperity Is just bu Icvl.Ml annually/ lor thu ailil>ort an<' niaiittiu YOU HCI-FEIl the Ills of womanhood,

,.... Interior 10.communication by waur now paintfnK with rosettle Unfertile ..ucv, ol' |hv Vulvumlty of thu nUttu ol I'li-rKln, aa so mark? women do suffer Do }'o5i 1 AT SEAMAN'S OLD STAND.C PHONE 113. .

,., with the port of the Gulf. Thin would golden> glories of the dawn of a new ho /Klorliln K4>mi>luCXs-V 5 'Ss V mean more to you than you can estimate era of progrlss and ad vancement. for HlII"J. Deaf a",1 Dumb HIK!thu Coli>r<:
: In dollars and cents.BAPTIST your country. school. a hii-li liall In) l'al.I'11I to Ih Ki l'rtsHMitrejMiid consultations, Do you want to take a ,.
'. MVtniiarl hy him ti> U... criMlil of reniedjr right Into your home and our
---I IliIxiu) B<>. rd of Kuucutlmi.- lo -IM) ..i>p.'int...Uud yourself
SUNDAY SC"OOL.lLASS Beware. Aeronauts. ;Ji.l-oi.ea of for tin- .)e/iillt/ of ....hll"'II1I. I II

i.iun' Ha' rciuirc'tl by the net vrcatliitf soiltInlni niiiiu BENEDICTAI THE GmiYSTiE GRRHGE SHOP
.
m J JllAOIE$
Klsslmmeo'n alrblilii; hoom has. now the sumo. kuowii aa Chapter li"Il.rll> ,,' I a "Woman's Medicine I ," A prescription
Organized: by Hov: Stephens" One reached the poetic maze. Listen to r.a"'e."f"'lor..'". .liruvct| June f. |in 5r of a physician who made the study of V..
- Mouth AKO Cote. Grow. the muse! of the Jacksonville Metropolis Jiala
to ; -r------ Disease his specialty It was used ANTHONY A. LOLL, Proprietor.FairbatiksMorse :.
'
; month successfully bin mitts praotlc' It has
f A ,when Rev'8tepben8 JOINT RESOLUTION -jircilKwiliK an allieudnxnt -
'ayo It'n'com lit luti: It'i eom..t lout;, been used successfully by thousands ofwomen
took charge Uapttst\ parlHh here The.ir'. no lonir!!r free. to Section I blrty.11 v.Article Hive oft'niiatitmioU the A . he organized a class in the Sunday An h.r"'JII: : h"'. been drawn uu l J J Florida, rclaiiug to tinllHhracui eslb.l during Pby..clan..h.many.... years since. l'ro.gresslve
\ also fouo4 Ha Tal
.school for VOUDIT men.Tbe class has Down in. Kiaairnmna of ,
\ Get out ydiir' m.i>.. y. aeronaut*. Courts uuble acoletant.whon they desired tOtntOS Gas Engines
grown in a month' time from .three lutwelve. When noar thia town tl 1..ear*. Be U Resolved by the, U-grlslMurO of 'the an operatloa, ; '!
4, Fur Klaalmmee lies and down* Slate'' J.
ui> of Florida: .
the doubt ThroUKh: twenty mUss of air and IrrigatinS.Outfitse
The people of town will no hat thy following ain !udinunt tAf Auction BENEDICTAIs

- .' .... be Very much. lot re ,ted, In the fact Don't o'er KUnimmee Tlilrty-flve of Artlclu Five of tlio fuantituUiiu ...
p .that this class ; .zt'C : .. a recetabls remedy. !. .
will
hare charge of the W taK. or. Florida la hereby agrooil to slut..h.n be ------ -- -
services at the Baptist church next They're apt to throW you into jail fletU'TH the roots, herbs end barks known to potI".epropertl.1 '
nrnpuaed Miibmlltod w lh
.
Sunday nlirht There will be Jutatheywouldavaij. ,. l' I which hare a wond.rfalCuraU... AUTOMOBILES RENTED OR REPAIRED
an 'in- The marshal to have.hlp' '. I "'... ..for approval -rejoctlou at the uexv en- .
? terestlosr program rendered by? the 'To eh... tbrouirh 3h. and tonic effect upo,the female organs and : :
"'. you .1"1/e uraf clccllou 1.f..rthllt IH to'.auj'J: MUd 14cc.u'&iirty.Ilvo I.;. :(. tM" _._. __ _
4
following-'Touair men: .Messrs. .Fred t>.n'i ..-your craft, for if you d.I.'U Arllcl.'j.h,11: nervous .,st.m. Without mentioning the. ? '

'Ba... Howard and Edgar Katz, J Ku: I nab you sure-beware' d"t: Lio)!! S 40 yood a. fo1\oW.ot\.aM '" \( {} !\J;)I>bit:( <>niMididNo .. many forms of feraale troubles that women AKTKS1AXWKLLS!; :( : DKIVKN.ANY{ ; iii"i'1i' )
Orvaa, Guy Gardner suffer we say that there Is BO trouble of this '
eene th.a'aoith1n7And
; jJoe Jefford..Robert' If ou should /Ami WfOn !$Iet'Uou': CiHiris oihor than llorouuieI-| .'i :' _ _ _ _ _
'(:, Campbell, Dan McCal".Ustel''J"aclt down you atari to ao. \! kind that Bne4icla will not Immediately relieve .,;: ... ;i. : _____ "
I\'i' V
: orpuiii! BStaJjlUhud. lu tliU oxcelAlluik \ .
:. btJ aiHtu. ., .
Be caref ul tlon't fall very fa t. '
.
na.. andftnallycur. ,
Mart Ira
O'Berrf
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_ They'll pinch you pure belo", the tiCglHlHttint lois y jii-ovlili fur the <:n> -
1 Best: Verter ElIl ,- Hpbt. Lee' Spier.: Five hundred plunki 'ouk1'' be lined "atl"1 suit oHlabllnhinuiit ot ".....> ad:lllaiiai: )
Chas.' Cat-son,. W. U.: Patrick and Or put three month. In jail BENEDICTAIs : We Solicit all Kinds Repair Work
'Tom Woodbll. The public U' juook out I beware of KlammmoavShe's judicial circuit aa may from time to time become
cor- camtdns on your iratl. 'iwceaaary. and for the appointment by the Govfornor prepared carefully and sctentiacally: ,.and
%
otherhericesat the UaptUt church. .'- Registration Notice. circuit Judifea thoMfor. ..h.... terma of office"nd of gl-rtng to suflertn f 'oopen remedy that .
-,Sunday school at D:30 anti pieacUinirak r general jurisdiction shall be the ...... .. la will not only' be beneficial,but al.o harmlessIn :
.It a.:m, and ,7:45: p." in., : The registration books will)) l streets no matter what the
maybe
>eO|"<>ned herein provided for the )Circuit Judges already con Bargains .I
---w- Cash
t- -- at my store the flrtt :Monday' herein provided for and may clothe any Railroad dltlonof the woman taking It. at t Story l!

Starved To PeathIs ; '. In AUlru lr.for the\ purpose of regist43r- ,Commliuilon, with judicial imwera In all matters It Is_sold at $1.00 per bottle by
_ what could, truthfully said of lag all qualified electors. who are not connected with the functions their.ofllca.
f 'many childreo who die. They bave registered and will he opened three Roberson's'

_ ; worms, poor llttl thiaifs--they don't days In each week, Moqd...'. Wednesday - Pharmacy, 'White Lawn 40 In. wide. J 5c per yard.
'know U and-youj; don't. realize It, If and Satul'daY/lfrutf, 0 a, m. till The votes cast in compliance with said protxwedanwndfnenta
your child is cross, fretful pasty complexioned 12:00: and from 2 p. m. till J 5.) The and the canvaaa, declarations and KISSIMMEE. FLA. ... Lace from 5c to 15c per yard.

.nd ,'loses weight for no ap- books will open In all districts In the returna thereof ahall be subjected to the same Dress Pants. $ .50 to $5.00 per pair.
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prenI.rea.oa. give it. W hi...'. Cream county the first t. Monday in September, regulations and restriction,as are provided bylaw .. Pair Stripe Pants at $1 .00. ,

i Vermifuge. You wilt be surprised at and will be oin.two days In each for general elections In the State. of Florida.In TrunKs and Suit Cases at l lOwest prices.
_ _
i the results and J how quickly It. picks week, the days to be'dealgnated by the
teatimony whereof, I have hereunto set my **
Picture.Frames from 25c to $3.50 each.
up: Bold by, Uobersoa's Pharmacy district supervisors. The books- will NUBIAN TEA
. hand and affixed the great acal of the State of
:: . close In all districts In ihs county the Florida at Taliahaaaea. the Capital this twenty- Crockery at the lowest prices. {:.. .

y Notice: to Contractors.; second\ Saturday In October, accord- fifth day of July. A. D. IMg. I Fancy Straw Hats at cost. II 'T'Best

"". Sealed bids will be. received'by the leg tolaw. This J.'A.JulY LANCASTKH 24.b: 1908." (Deal] H. CLAY CRAWFORD. Shirts made for $1.00 each. .

HUfh School L_Building_ ,:! Committee 11. Supervisor of Registration for., Oaceula _1 Secretary. . of.State.An . Tinware at any old price. j I -
.a bn S.
-.yi..- .>4.. "'i, ''viurpuv, caairman. until Countv. . .. The only: place you can get the Beaver Brand Hat. ,
.1:30 p.m., Monda,,'Alllfust3I'd"l008, --- -,.----..... .". Ordinance. Keeps *
ti and 'opened Immediately thereafter OoldenVead .....
A -
for the erection and completlon-of a that and wife have lived AN ORDINANCE Kaatulatlns-Uaa of Pool or / ; for the Best Shoes in Town.
,three-storv brick school build Inti',. acoordtnfr a means good old man consequently have to Ililllanl Tablea or Rooma by Minor 11 You Well Headquarters .!
to plans and. speciaoatlonsprepared age BE IT ORDAINED HY "TUB C'M'NCIt. OF *
: bjMV., ,B. Talley, architect kept healthy. Tbe best. way to keep THE TOW KIHHIMMKS: CITY: -K
611 healthy Is to see that your liver does ft ahall: unlawful for minor -
be
West 1'
Building$ ;, .J ackson" J1e Section any :
$ Fla.1 .. its duty 365 days out Of SOU The Only to play' at any time the game of pool. or bllllarda ;
A certified: j 3 .v'to do, this Is to. keep Ballard's billiard table In ; It Is an '''
r check for 2' per"cent' of In any room wherein a pool or
the amount of. bid,'.made' payable to turbine In the house and take it whenever kept for public use;or to enter frequent lounge Malsby Machinery Co:

_ M.-Kau, treasurer' must accompany your. liver gets> Inactive. 50 cents about any room where pool lor billiard tables are 'L Ideal
bottle. Sold Itoberson's\ Ptiar-
each bid ..Id per by of the after hour of V
;, check to be ferfelted if kept for the use public the
the successful bidder: falls to sign! rnaov _. __ I I p. m ,and any minor violating this aeetloti .....1
for 22 OCEAN ST . . JACKSONVILLE FLA.
.
contract and, execute, 'an Indemnity be punished by Imprisonment for not more than ; Remedy e s ,
Goes
.
If Florida
DryIt '
bond written! ten days 'arter the. contract thirty days or by a line Of not more than one hundred

__ 4 has been aw LroeCl. will not help the man or woman who dollars, or by both such finer and Imprisonment J'prNcraMtcciNf. ._ Constipation Saw Porl.able..Mills and Wood-working Stationary 'iKngines Mt*,>,n-,' .'
The contractor will be .
required to has a craving appetite. for drink. The A1flANOQaA. Vu., ery, Shingle Mills Lath MiHSkJod
execute, an. Indemnity..bond for ten desire must be removed. If you hare 8eco L.. Whoever being the owner. laaiiie or cDsT.s,*&LCOnO general line of supDlles. ConfpleW c'

thousand,, dollars (f 10.000.00). In a a friend or relative whom you would keener of any pool I or billiard table kept for the line carried In stock for Immediate
,
company that Is licensed by the State like to save, from the drink: ordrug, uae of the public,allows aagmlnor to play at anytime shipment. Sold ,,'.
t.f Florida,. for the'faithful', perform habit; write Immediately for Confidential the srame of pool. or hI_rda. ,or to_"r.Ire- IVLR4JDN'V5 on easy terms.; <.
anoe ol the contract. Information!! to-The Keelev lostlt guest or loniuj about such pool or billiard room Indigestion "
'" Address all bids to' MaJ.. T. M. tute Jacksonville: Fla. tf after said hour of e p. m. shall. be ounlahed by It will PU you to. consult us 'oofore',;,

MuVohr. Chairman Blffh School --: -, ".-.-_-_._ ---"'"-- Imprisonment for rstt more thaI sixty! days, or bya Bilious buyIng:' Postal will bring bur sales': '

__ Uulldmir Committee,, Klsstmmee fire'. Plugs for. Court House. II...of not more than t..hundred dol........-or by h.t: and man. Write fot illustrated catalogue. ;
,: Florida. both such fine and imprisonment. prices.
''The right is reserved by the com''intttee Mr. A, A. Loll has' been employed Sea. II.11 ordinances or parts of ordinances. ness andDJspepsla We are General Southern Aeenta, for Celebrated Farquhar, Enrlnaa. Boilers and Saw )LIfl..

to reject any and all bid I.I3ulldlntto at, the court house this'week puttlnir in la conflict beo.witb.b..snd, the ......are hereby ------ -_._. 'H.L.A 1 !'
be completed, or'before fire plugs on each floor. The com reg.Sia& .

_ December 15th, 1 08. inlsslooers have also' purchased 150 Pasted In open ......Iou this. 7th dar of July -'sic.rs.wticaa 0 CEN'TU ;

t Plans and specifications nay be obtained >>-. feet. of hose for, each story of the A. D. IttOH. T. Wi KLLI8 0 ROLLINS COLLEGE:

4 at tbe office of the secretary: htIIdingtobeu.edln_ oaae. of 9 re. Preiddent. of Council of Town of Klaatmrnee' ;,
P. A. Vans Agnew, KI. lmmee, Fla., pit:. '_
k , .. :T.-M. MURPHY ) .J. R GILBERT: Clerk of said Town. It ts good for tns Liver, Kidne/., Htam- ivod Sehools of Music Arts Doine 'A:
'annual meeting of 'the :stockholders (Seal : ach,Bowels and Blood.It .' College; Academy Ezpre..1onFthe ,, **: ___
;P. A."YANS AGNEW; ;:phalrniao.Secretary of Klssitnmee Lumber Company Approved by me.this nn dat of July. A, O.IWOS. takes the plica'of calomel and I..". tie and Industrial Art and Business. ;
T M. MURPHY, Carnegie Hall and third !Deu'. dormitory now going upi; :
". "will bat held In 'Klsslmmee, Fla.' bad after effects. electric llghU: steam and Inraaaj" X
/ ; no .
-- Msyor of the Towa of Ktaslminse CJty. baa.: large., faoultTt p.rleobsalth oondltlous) fine gymnasium, athUUo fields tenniseoarM,' '!
'Notice.'The on. August. 13, 19O8.; . -It }s needed In the Spring Summer.! golf links baaeball and baakot-ball,teams champions of Florid this ,..r.. 'Nearly a quarter of a''i'I_ _
T, C. A. CABSOK, Pres't.. Fall and Winter. by Men Women and million dollars' endowment:,.xp, nses moderate( suholarshlpa a alJabI.. Christian. S "'noda1. ,
t. : niembers Notice,. Children. nonlnatlunali. atanda tot ,
of the new Democratic .Si U t4vi-riia..Seo't. : .. J
,*Kecutlve Cotnmlitee ar :.req nested to 'r '1'0.11 whom aaay eouuatiti it I.extremely pa1atablttehlid..... CHARACTER |' CULTURE CONQLJCr':
i meet; at the Court House on Monday ,Buy a Kodak. That .,. Aocvet ... 110I\.I win apply .'the Ilka.I it. Buy a bottla f row !

,15 Ausrust' 3rd,"for the purpose of oran :The O ce,'la Pharmacv has secured Hen.Uiaee.. Joaea. J.... tt the Tta JudicialCinmlt. :::N u'selaloo begin* October 1 For c.alogue.ddress!' the PresldeS l t,4:' _

lung and to transact a.a'ot.llebUII.! the local agency for the famous Eastman .at'Titoavine or wkeravar the sourS may R n's' __

_: i >''.n eaa' that' may' coma before them. Kodaks, and now bare them la ba.fwa Oiartty to adapt ..dna S-aoaa WfJka.u. >. IJeJs Pharmacy, WM. F.. BL AC KM. AN,, 'Ph. D., Winter.. Park. ,IFIS.;
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..' :T r M...MURPHY stock ranglnitMn prices from K to 112. fast dana.ter tit O. W. WOka' -- ___

-n ,t"i| ., ",:hli'S-r, : : .(tba' :u._" 1 Buy one.and make TOUT own.pictures 744I, ROBKRT: L. kOBKRTS. KI5MMMBe.FLA. _.111II- T II, _

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