Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: August 28, 1908
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00348
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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ON' '0008(815 T : KisslriiriieeRiier . 'ESTABLISHED :hREWiILManufadre [ .,"(: .. .,' ,," .'' ,. ___.)_ .- -- -

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l 'l bid,fit. Day, I I VcMSinnn iSparkinaii Will Insert' a:.Clause In .tlioHirer mgh-Grade, Goods:, .. ,

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I'!' .AU fraternal and Gvk.Societies Will the surveying of, Klsslmmee.rlrer to of this correspondencewasto. -pro vide The' 'Splendid?Conditions7'busting' -' : : -
LL ascertain whethet: It would be feasibleto means and authority for a preliminary : ; :

F Unite in V.Grand Parade, forming place locks thetoln to hold the waterso .UI'V8J'to' determine the feasibility and and the Many Opportunities (Offered TCOMINiit-I (
I IIi I that navigation would be permanently cost of locks. This initial n4ep-.eems. .
- !., a Spectacle Never Before Witnessed established) as the following always1< necessary before an appropriation Here for' the Establishingof J _
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J correspondence will show that Hon. can be bad from Congress to do I.1' '

-in' this City..Dr. Nunally, C. A* Carson has taken the matter up the work.; Recently 1 wrote Congress Factories'Are Being Taken Advantage : : ,
.,.., "TJ with Congressmau Soarkman. looking nan Spsrkroan -toTthe; status of this
\IK ...President of. Columbia Coiled, to alert T;nterest. matter?, and herewith band you his reply Of---Cuban Ggarmakers -1'
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best i ofKlssimmee be
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\ .Will Be Orator of the Day.. and Osoeola county It will feels very confident securing the necessary ". To Be Employed in the factory.The ..:
be the citizens learn and appropriation
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ip.1 .. that. Mr. Carson has In the past used for this survey at tbQ next session. of ...:. C_,w. e rT
; ) his best efforts to' get the government Congress. Yours trulY, 1<' "' ,

:. The. appointed at a mass- Interested In the condition. of our waterways Q. A. CARSON.. YaUj.;, acetteJnlastweelt8.ifue !; '-- 'I .
meeting of oitUens- halt lo--\ *-V.lley and-'Lhtr 'he" is climate :
now'utgIng staled that the la Klsslm 1......
Gazette offioe- some five weeks ago upon C the ne- 11MIeii.s '
consisting of Messrs. C. Carson; oossltyl' of governmental action In the Tampa Fla., August 22, 19 8. t mjle was better adapted tor thejceepincr : : '

r'' J. M. Lee, W. B. Harris. M. J. Hicks, matter is only what we.' expected by Hon. C. A. Carsonr and care of tobacco Mvan any other : .. ' .. t
.' H. C. 'Stanford and'A.:. Oonecan. the general public of the man for his -. Kisslmmee, Fla. section of the United States. ;. and was ,

:. 'perfect arrangemenui.. celebrate .the I tireless work to behalf-of any enterprise My Dear Mr. Carson-I have yoursof as goodt\ not superior; to that of '
I.yloof the cornerstone of the 0 Ce.: I that is for the community weir the ;20th Inst., and am sorry to say Cuba. This statement was made on I. '
r;: kola High School bulldlDg--tnet on Tarn Is known and appreciated in every. that I oould get no survey! for Klssim the authority of Mr A- D. GUbe.-t .
mead ay evening.last in the office ofhe househo'd la this.county mee river at the last session of Con- proprietor of a ar factory, a
m (;resident of the State.. Bank of 1(1.r .- The correspondence follows, which Irre .. These matters are only Inserted man who Is well qualified to judge for

r' l.yrw _! 4 eunmee, ChalrmanrC. A. Carson pre- Is self explanatory In general. bills. largeor! small, and he bas worked in tobacoo for the past Clothing, '
std Ing and A, R. Donegan acting' as ..... none such were passed- at. the !last ses twenty years and has .traveled ..
secretary I''la,August sion. I feel confident that we will have extensively. qUIte I : "
t .1 WhIle all of the detail have cot as Klssimmee; ; .1..1008.! a: river and harbor Mil at the next session We are now pleased to state that a .. .
yet been perfected, that .I ls.U has hot Kls'slmiTiee'Valley. Gazette of Congress, when 1 will do the local company has been formed for 1'." -
"Ih been deftn tel eclde wWfcher' a barbecue I City. best. I can In the.matter. Indeed. I the manufacture of high grade agars: 1'S ,..,,- ; : q -
basket ptepio or merely a parade Dear Sir-I notice that you have have at this writing no'doubt but thatI and will begin operations as soon as I',' I .
3 "' without a spread of any character had some articles recently on tho necessity cnpn secure the survey. thee material can be purchased and the "
**- would' be the tnoitV advisable, but of locks for the' Klssimmee Should you be coming to Tampa factory equloped. I -.
which question- will be Battled at a future river so as to maintain regular and during the summer o"r fall, I will be The company It Is""understood", lea
date general clan **M mappedout continued navigation. In this connection have yuucell, or that'you ad- strong one, and it is the intention to .
and subcommittees appb4nted to I had some correspondence, before ' vise me so that I may have the pleasure push their business until their cigars i. :.i.

,; carry into effect and make iwrrtoc.t the the; last eIlHlon of Congress with of .a call on you. are handled In every portion of the ,-_ -.- ....... .... ,.. 1 ;
different features of the celebration. our representative in Congress and > ours very truly(, United States. .. .

k It wawdeclded to have the cerem dies of l laylngeth.e cornerstone talm. v T employed a number of families having i-i-: -
j place on the. 15th'dav of October and X already been engaged to remove here i. ...
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Orange Blossom Lodge }'. & A. M. of ,.--- from Tampa.As I '-' '.
+ this city war invited to perform the predicted .In this paper on va- ;
Lk..: service. Dr. G. A. Nunally, president I .N I rious occasions just as! soon as the i \ "

rof Columoia C..11.K.., .**: chosen as ISSIMMEE advantages tied opportunities to befuuiid I ..
iIt. orator of the day, and Judge O. hero arc known, ftorlM of every Boys ,
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f! Parker was unanimously selected description will be.established
". _Jy the position of grand marshal.v in I,there are hundreds of Industries =. ; ; .'
',i; There is no more beautiful or impressive -; is the healthiest, town the throughout the country being operated = ..

d\'Qo;'" sight ever witnessed by man I It1ill' today under the unfavorable con- '
: than the Masonic ceremony incident I .!'tiens| and'at a loss that would clad-;
: the laying of a cornerstone: It Is a United States; its death rate I I ly remove to this city especially those "v

I.t grand, noble, Inspiring .Iihtt beautiful I I of the char aster of the one noted above. JClothlng"
.,,, .. :. in ttoughtand word .na leaves The committee on factories of the ,
4, the Impression upon those who'witness is less than 3 to the 1,000. I'I Board of Trade aided bv the .advertising -

it of 'grandness and (foodness r committee are In a position to =
TL L an order based on brotherly love that ,. do much 1Z'00d.ln this line, and as live = '. ...
f found its birth at the building or the. I II er! jrgetlo tnca coinpose those committees .. .
,,'. Temple, an. ordeFWiat in all timesihas ,' man enterprises will I undoubtedly ..
held steadfast t throTlf are and !Hood, I be"eatabh bed In this city within = .... --- -....,-'-. ---- 'T" -- ..-
-., aod' famine, slcknsss and death. twelve months.
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To'those who have bever witnessed a = : "-
Trade in -- .
this It mill' be Board L. of .. : .- ', : :-:- .; "
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ceremony great lesson.'a. featurq forgotten -' . 1 ,. SIX l C"IS'MORE': ,,!' .- ..."A'i :.n.. [. .Itti.;lL;"":\":..,.,".<,1'".'.."" ..."..... .h......1.'., ,;,,:.>:['.0'. "..11"
this l will '
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fully parts"of repay the county those for from ve'r"i otest% I I ; ] Session 1.. WATER IN CANALS at' =1 'o' :
Xv Regular i
1 Committees were appointed w' take = .. | 'I
''charge o f the different feature,; of theCelebration A. -

as follow.: : ::j Almost 'Enough, Water Now In .- 'r:
,* Program Committee--C.; A., ar.on ; -' '>. .... ,,-';
' W. B. Harris, P. A. Vans Agnew, R. The *IOst Important Matter Taken UlfVas Instructing the.CanalsJtp Accommodate
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M. Evans and M. Murphy. I
Committee-T. M. Murphy Light, Draft Vessels. t.
Reeeptlon the Committees to What Line of Work =
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?t r, W.'J. Beard, WalterBass, Jr., .. # f 4T':
W. B. MaMnson, H. Thurman. W.K..Johnston lifst Standing I ---'a
R. O. Meek A. 13. Jar Pursue-Full of COJl mlttecH. Persons in the city from ft. Gardner :

tell, J. Wr Simpson J.R. Gilbert Jr... .... '. \ . ; this week report that the water has -'I gli We have accepted: Agency ,

F. H.-Lawson, C. Sv Acre*, F, L. D. risen at least six: locbegjn the canals, .
yerstreet-,- E. E. Bj'own. li. C. Parlln, Owing to the heavy rain on Tuesday a factory could .not .be profitably operated and with four Inches more vessels of ./ fre
JVK.' Hllllsrd D. N. Floyd J. 8 here. 1 10 ht-draft.- could easily run between ,
; night .a number of memb n' or the ] I ; ,
Stratton E.-D. Whaley .E,'D; Knnls: The advertbingoommtttee was given'full this city and Lake Kisslmmee.The .; ,
...J..B---Tumbl..... ,R.R.o.B"'r'.W: ,. fu Board of .Trade._/alled AttemlJhe. power' to use sucn funds as were attheir'disposat drouth was 'of such long duraLion -
Godwin J. F. WlllUms., J. H.Walker meeting; but .tbole'wb&were present In any manner it deemed that a great deal of water was nrcessary Clothe! :: ;\

"R. H. Alderman LUIngram"R. A. disposed b.f the business be fore It, and .proper and report their action 'tothexfftneral to saturate. ground, but so ; .
..Bsrtpw. W."L.- What T..-M., -Rivers. the lame enthusiasm' displayed Jo the: board. A liberal .poro- much rain has fallen'the past month : 1
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teCom..lnfw" 'x,. M priatloa.waa made fnr nee hr' thiaooinmiuee .. that the ponds and cresloa are DOW full"aod r, --I

.. Kali, H..M. Pfano, M.. C. Bryan.: pasrwa, manlfesteff bnibaibcoaila .; and it. Is expected work along tie overflow is going. Into the lake. .. ... .. ". 9
Advertising Committee-W-B. Her Promptlyat8o'olocltPreiidentDonegan : this. line will begin at oaoe.W. ", . If the j.rains,continue for two weeks 'i I' ...
e" rl,",8. J.. TrlpleU J.W. Preotls. O.KParker called the meeting to order,, and 'A communication\ was read; by r Mr.It. longer, and it Is expected they will. Itis : :1
i A. B..Jarrell.'Parad.'CygtipLteePre.tdIDa v after. the minutes," of the previous meetIng .I.. Roberts relative to the *....bU.b. safe to. predict than r.D.PQrt."lolt 1' )BeautifalPatternssaird; Style 8 .1\.1.1\

offl'/ were read and approved, the president log by himself of a cooperage factory by water with all. river points at far '. . ., ' . '. ,. 'L '!fII I
sfe1 ?!* 'J.-.1' !ta Jtv "
}- ,(,ers of tevartuuafratsrnalorg.otx., called on, those who had namesto and novelty works here, canning! f ac* down a. Dasslnger. will be resumed./ # '. :< v e
,' tions'' and labor -lmtone.asd 1M.. propose membership" to hand torY to be.added In''bet*.nar..future.\ If such should occur; it. will not only . ;. 1 .
v Evans, orlnclpal the High School; t.llem.1.o. the secretary and ten names The object tof"Mr. Roberts-was Co enlist be a blessing to. the hundred of people Right-.T t. r r ,

Roma Thomas, representing..>the Masons were offered'' and, they ee t.1emep.clall .the ,aid of the Board of .,Trade. living' along the, water' route but : ) ';' : : ,
F> .',, ,.. elected members. \ ;;r' will add greatly to the business of Klsgiramee '- ; : : :
; Av B. Bellr-the K. of > A B. as Ar5ii: r t1I"P"sldeot' > The- roposltion.met; with the heartyJHWJfoval ......""," . .. ... ,,. .: .
Donegan. the !W. O.)AV.'s, and.J; W , : Donegan .annpunoed'-tb*. of "eryODe prsent, but ft for since the .water went down .clo.-. - - -. ----, '. '" """J" ;-, .." .
!' 'Hansel' ), the' local Brotherhood. 'of. appointment the following standing was thought best lo refer It to the committee and, boats:ceased running a large \ ". ".,'' *. .' L.' jf I .
business usually done her :, : ... .A, : .fevVl ;,
's Carpenters Union- ? committees:. a.Finance oo factorial. which was .done amount of '. ,. "-,.,-'1\ '.. "" ,
*::'. ,fi1'l'beee-.eYeral committees,: will} begin and Auditing. -A. B.Jarrell, and?the CQmmlttee.lnatrncted to take went to. Ft. PleyoOand Bartow' as those. ( . \ "t. -' ', .\ .. 'if'I. '

\ 'ioilve work at once and "If It is( 'deem chairman( ;; J.-MA, Gardner B. L. Rob-. the matter up at onoe.. : places were nearer ,,' . . . .-. ...,., ;.." . ; .. '\
i ;, ed necessary general: meeting of.all erts. '? .' ", '' The establishing of packing hoc", Anyhow, prospects' art" much bright- I. ' -' "' ,: . '., '' .. ....
be which in ehf >r today, and with enterprising; / ... ,'. ;, ...... . .....; ::;
:committees will called. at reporMwlU Immigration and Commercial Relations cVty"' was very generally dUcusnf\ S l .,(. "" T ,\\
'I(I: Joe mad,sad", plans thoroughly .. -8. B. Bullock, chairman. ; R.O; ed; aatf'the committee on factories was spirit now"" pervading this town and our "j1' ;' "' . ,F ,. .' I IcJ :;. -. .. 1
ly perfected* ,./' "*'_ 7* -; Meek. J. I.. Overstreet. ., -,, " instructed to .exert ifs best efforts. Inbettalf water route opened.up prosperity will .' ." ; i' I .,. '. :, ;, \... ;, .. ." .. .. .1
to make'Lbe' 16thof .' visit us in, a measure never,before 'If : Q .
,- is the {mention .Traosportatioo, t .z. October a red letter day In Kisslmme Lee,'chairman; )V,. U'Harris. onA".T: : : ; ...: :. :...?. ; ..... known. . I ., : :' :. ;'.:-. : :.:" ,.." .
and Osceola county, and lt Should T M..Ulvrs..... L ..',. ?'.,.. "-"" ,, JfTbe: secretary wasinstructed Id-get : ".. ; 1..1.,: .: ..!. '\"; '. ,' S". ''j', ., .;. ( II.ill' II. PV I
: t: Death otJ.J:Parrish ; :: AiI."f.! \ : ., > ,
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be for few Motion lo the country can Manufactories New Enterprises lh touch. with Congressman Clark tit J + .. (; : '
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of handsomer building than cb.lrmallA..Nef., one with to-the I : >/
a Lesley ) regard
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"r : .' \V' :Harwell; received letter .... "I."Jr. ,..' '. -, .
Mr B a .::.:.. ". oo' }. \ '"' 40' *
,,,..;. Will b* dedicated hereon that day;; to mever. MJ,. Hicks.' : relative to, procuring ..t ")' /.. ,. !. ,' ... .'. ,i' ...'" ,. .,' 3rn..... . |
Ibis week from J. J. Hall; of Tarlure.ville'Lakfcounty"informing .. ,....,., 'tI.. .. .. , ,. '
:"" 5 '"Va* free education of our youth;. ; ." Statistics..,.D. Jeffords.chairman;i auffloleqt" water In the canals aod.river ' !:;;:; :. +: o... :''j, "", '' ;) .: . "" ...."...\ .
,. ; bn: n./s. Floyd, F..V&llIiA..a---, i to 'permit the: re* and uninterrupted. ; him of : .I't", ! '' '''' :' ""... .. :! o..',...'...; .
WofilnedawoKluiltomee alone the death of Mr, _J whichurred'anddenly"at. g, -
not J Parrlsh. .
: .. ::. trvet or boats < < , ,, .
t !? :;;Eniwtainment J.W.S imPson. ,chairman : > anayrquest thathq . ""h" f '."" --.,"'",. -,,, ;' .. ." ''I" ..,:,A ...J.1 .
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join-/in making .... : lend his full that paon : i l <
.,. the entire county-will! ; J. C. Moore"AY: J. S. support to end. u" .
'fnetoorjibta.:heyday. ; *ten:the; magnlatn. : / Municipal Improvetneots- R. Ollbert.Jr'.w -: ,There being no further business tomeeting the 8tb of the present QloDtob.. ., Mr. ,: I"-'I'-;; }! <:?i'''*:! 1> r\ ',-.' IC''TV.i,5;: : .-=-,,-; ; :
Parrlah.wsa.well known bere'wherebe
..: "osBfitruetur is the property and pride ; chairman; ,C.- W;.>Orlffin,J. adjourned to meet t.hesooond ,
fev oltlsen. In OIIceOI.eoua'y, and / kt :Tuesday; night\ la ...8 has numerous friends and relatives .' '. f
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of every WThompsonr.; %: September at : !: .. ;j.1'j. I IwA'rAND"slE
and where" bad made his' bead- . . .
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"._ ,, rural districts are taking Advertising.STrfp1etf.'eh; afr- clook In eel.ban. ; >4'. ) ," ':';" ..,. )
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for number .
':\ .ameJ' reat In the occasion* m.all.; :W.Prentl.P.A., Vansgnew.The Following (l.'a'list of the'roemberswho quarters a vears. Hs -" ,'/' . ,-

a. f't.b'. .those living lo the city, and, all who bill of the, Valley Oftett for joined the Board of Trade afrthlasUtwookeetlngs e leaves a widow, who Is now at the ._,. _, .-< ,, .'.. -"" ,- -,'-
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l.lbJ.J-CalUl'nl..ueud-- :: printing: fop $7.50'"and, oftbettomeStore : it R. Oilbert A. ** ; .'_
,._ .' If the railroads could be Induced to1frlv for.1.70 for a book.weN ordered E. Donegan, p. L.'Alyy. W. U. .Aiyv, Minx, in' .. .. ..,.. '' = I' '- ',.-. .....-.r--.. .
,,! I; excursion rat**. pn that _occasion paid. :''-', -.- =: ' -''* i'V. J.M..- OardnenJarrelTrB. FjwJ J ,:.Jl1ck.... A..n =". .........-...... '--- -- L-.- ''--. :77'r..... .'
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Klssimmee.wjoiild-he -presaed-Ui -=The"secretary reported) that-i-eotn*: .--NleiijeyerrC( W. Orlffln. ''' > "
y W aooomooodate, those who would be here muolcatlon bad been received from Joe Jettords, J. C. Moore, W':B.'Has' On Friday afterooob")last; 4ur'iog asevere ) ,
for it is conceded by all who are acquainted Boston.' to establishing rU. W- W. Bell D. N. .' Floyd.0. H J thunder ,,storm,- Mr:' H. M,' ... ,.
with th* climatic conditions s cotton mllUln'thlsolty, BuUock. P.-A..Vani Agnew,' F...Vans Pfann's barn was struck by lightning rJI .
." ,_ 'existing la this town that a day spent H. stated that he had 'implied to lame Agnew J; ,Lt.i Overstreet, ,H. I.. Roberts and" his horse,' -valuable animal, 6 W 0' A'"N' .
.:;: .There excels in comfort.. .of any, othiK saying that as Klssinqaee consid E. LLesle' J.,W. Thompson kllledj The bolt.also' ....ock-.he elec- = ; : "

,, IU, 'Tfi >a.hi"the eouatr1. erablybelow- the cotton- .. belt I lines,..snob Jno..M. rW.Wa.. ) ;,, -. .. trio wire 'running Into Mr. Pfann's I "h -:,. ,.
. probablettratthecornerstoneofthe .. .
...Idence'buralalr but the meter;aad } : .
Fraternity Hall will alilobe laid .,. several Incandescent lights ...... ,,. .
't- S on that d...; and :J'.: .acb deer occur' and en joy the blea lnjuot our delfgbiful a brotherWe all say to"yoJ.; comet t j 1 .

<. Y ..the sight to be awl need will so 1m- days and cool nights. drink 6f our and we :will give ..youthe:.grandest. At'-'ib Methodist' /Sundaymdrnlog : '" .' 'kESOt1TFf 1'
x: u 't' >rfll themselres upon tbf mindsofthoa pure artesian water' -and,brealohe our time of your life.'. August'.30th.! Rev. Jonn'B. ,. y4-- .8
who attepd,that they,will be, *.. beaUh-givlDg atmosphere; com to the -The Valley Gazette will from time to Ley; .former pastor, will occupy tbepulplu. .;;-""; .. :: :;o. ': ...; '
< pinedthronghoutIife. city where no intoxicating liquors are I time! keep the public informed. (o toprogress Telpublisgenerafly.arenor. ., ..... ..1..............._. "., .. ._
, ,'To whols. communtty invites. you sold; wber hospitality Is.,lavishingvdlspn being made by the commit.Lee. : dially. Invited to. a&.t.eDd. , .' ...
">.. .. .w.. .n"'Jo"to come .ed and maD treats k*' having the oslebratloo'' in 15'000WARb ;' ----4."* .
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.. "'" S The unanimous action Of a.Mlnn. ., ili n> .Near I A \ releasing prisoners'

J Pots state convention ITn'renominatlng r Buford.. G orfU.Buford < I
was made Boston-when the mayor' -
y-ty.. QueerTraruactlonk in New York Governor,-Jab-oJA 'Johnson for a third I> Held for $173,000 Shortage ,- Ga,-A miscreant or "jonae' The Railroad in Southeast\ e treed Ml prl.oner at once. Because,

' to Be I v tisfatesll.ORDERlf.wiiF'MATClIED1': term.,wan-. gratifyingnews to' Mr: Bryan .5 Found.18 Months Ago. Irresponsibleperson placed an iron Answer Complaint; of the wholesale arrests -of ,crooks,
- who at once forwarded a telegram bolt on. the track of the Southern railway yeggmen and trainpa .la- the'' 'crime11
-.5 .
of congratulations. -.b out mile south of Buford,
a wave that has been sweeping over
; It'iiagbeeit anpounte4at-jeptfb1Ican() 'TOOK( U3'TREA5URyflTIWhich. : and northbound.' train No. 'It, which SAY PUBLIC PREFER ,ADV ANtE Massachusetts the police stations and

S .... I headquarters In'Chicago that Speaker. ; le.ft Atlanta for Washington;-loenn-- .. -. -...f*,----- --:-. '
5 Joseph O. Cannon wllr make a., peechmaklng .' est train operated' by the Southern : ltatlpcQtttQ .

.5 Ofer. MiIfio; Share;.of c:;..'St ck'Wer.. tour of the,country beginning Were ,.. B*. ,DMtrey: .4....Bils] railway was derailed ,and the engineer Rather-Tkasj Have- la. TraiuportatioaCempanUs charged with minor" delean .; :, '
8oigtauJ Sold In September. He will talk; If possible, ;;and-'flrenmn-\ scalded -death, at twoVe": & ..
: Wit bout Afc Red. : _.Ono wan >*killed.and ,,
," in., every doubtful -congressional district. Were of $500;; $1OOO and f&OOODrnorainationt. tBelr .posts'-of-duty. r '. W.... "
.5 .5 'fectisig Ut. ... J Injured when a .
Pfic* 'C *-* - iepfe.5 .peedlng..utomol.da.bed -
The <5ead are: Engineer;D."F.' Dew1berry 0\. .
-' ........ '. In of 119 Washington street At.. < over. an Du.
II1& | .
: abandoned
'I 1 o S _... falo. N. Y.. Into ai
Nsw' hit i .L-- atar.Fjr 4k'tll 1- S.-- S
WbehiWI1te Daan--Mal
S York City.-A: special committee correspondence.$ ; Chicago: 111.- 55WtsbIngton-D--C--The-- a. chauffeur;
of Cve': members of the' New personal jpole, from the executive: George Fitzgerald: ored, of McDanlel street., Atlanta., A 1ur-JaD.eVaylad.: n Wakeneldaud .-
S York '.toc exchange: will conduct an chamber at Albany"he uses the- heaviest has been arrested pna_ charge .of--number\\ Of passengers on the train' companiesOperating. in the southeastern was Morrison were seriouslyhurt.
S Investigation of"" the transactions type of stationery of a cream stealing, 171,000 of United i States 'were shaken up and many were .territory have filed their answer automobile was reduced
1 ' the .floor: oilthet whir*_color, double page and! ten byieveJrTBCJies funds .fro i Assistant United States thrown to the .floor, but. none seriously before tbeInter.tat.r\ commerce commission t
which haveeenw6ughv'against ,
to complaints splinters .\ ,
,exChanarecent3y. jwlceith' _.ltetheaver: hurt, f\
S_ ; when more- than ; Treasurer William oldenweck. on
bk; 'r' 0,000,000 shares were -bought and sold! age )> man O.M\"or his personal use. February: 20, 1907. ----The- traclrwas"-completely,-torn up "on the advance In Miss* Blaln Goldtng( champion wo. .

,r In cnormoiiH blocks 'In .one day and The neal of the state, embossed! In The mystery of the theft of $173,000 for a distance, of nearly JOO feet. rates graln and graln5produets.frogi man iwlmmer-; -Americadefeated.-
,'> ,ln such In the bead of the Three coaches Ohio river crossings to the .ou'.h. threi other fast women .wlmmeraln' .
t a manneras: to ''arouse sus'VP' gold tamj'lectt\ from the United States sub-treasury wereso badly: damaged "
S ) '- lon that the sales w..e'ao "match- paper with the), words, "State of New a year' and a half ago. one of tbe they could not be moved. The east. .a three-mblle race across tbe Hudson t

,. .in. 04...< to create a fictitious Impression York, Eiecutlve Chamber, Albany largest losses the government has engine turned! ever on "its side! both In connection with answer, \the river from Irvlngton to Plermont, -,

-& -,- Ji; of'activity,..-The-governing committee N, Y./' In blu ,leloW. ever suffered In this 'manner, Is be- sots of drivers were clear of rile railroads Died- motion and demurrer swimming the distance In the remark' vaibly. 1

-t of the exchange took up" the.1 Thomas Watson populist candidate. JI "p< I

-, ._ matter. and In a ton _i4ior Jhe brake and-reversed his' allegations with regard 10, the south- Ave minutes. -
: --'- brjef res '! foiipresldenC; has announced that-hWill -Fitzgerald was' an assorting: teller emergency
11":' ...r ---aaecr-the jN'iiRlenhe; .exchange! : ; wage au-_.ct+ve-eamj.a1n--t o t-nr. u.nder.5AaaIatantflnited RI.a1e1L.TJe1Jl: -.. lever before the engine capsized andbephndevonadrnThUwbolsrevotw .pattern. nrl,H frellb assoclat01 and similar Tb. United States scholarship Ithlv\ ;

S R. H. Thomas, to appoint! the investigating ry Mississippi l .and with that objectIn urer- "William Boldenweclt. Suspicion tomblnatln1 c-ba.--rt.d-&t.-CAWnfla.-S1'P- 4 ,.,
"': commiltoe. view will make numerous speeches at the time of tbe theft, February; JO,' ed at tremendous speed. in'reverse--order -;' tralnt .of. trade.. Is tbe first vessel of 'the Americangovernment 'I".

&1.t The belief that the sales wcn-e man In that state. 1907 rested on him, but'so plausable until theBtream was exhausted.: the law The to call at Coruuna since" .

., ipulative had Its, originin the fact 1 fact that Senator Foraker of was his story and SON-.Intense! his apparent Engineer Dewberry, 'was' found on ground for tills motion are: the Spanish-American war. '-: ;i

::":, that shores were bought and sold InS I Olno\ was not nuked to participate In'I interest In discovering the real the floor of the cab, between tbe two First, that has the ..Interstate commerce tfist 'n y the premature explosion of. twenty :
commission frequently ruled
..,i rtremndou.. blocks without greatly atfcfCIng I tbe opening of' the republican\ cahi- i culprit, that Interest ceased center- 'box: seats. He bad made no attemptto pounds of dynamite. In an oil well '
I It has administer
S no Jurisdiction
4 the ,markef prices. ..Someof!-nUn' In that state has caused much on him. Much work was done on ,164 escape. The negro fireman was the law near Santa Rosa, N. .M., William .., .j
S 5 the more conservaUve members refused ;: comment front the republican press. theory that the crime had been"perpetrated also found In the cab so badly Injured Sherman anti-trim law, that *S Lane Was instantly killed and 'Mike 'JDoyle ; {

to- accept the( ciders when they I I The reason given; for inus slighting by a colored man. as to be uncouncloUB. 5 being solely'''courts.Second a matter for the actionof and William, Wlckstrom and

5- -C-- became convinced that the sales were the senator I in (hat In an address rebofore Meanwhile Fitzgerald waTa discharged After the first 'bump came there U.t 4 Thomas Donnellyseverely injured, 1
'r thay 1
"ro'atched:' an order to sell a block of:i ' the C'baUlber. ot com- from the government employ for was a series ofjolts a. the train ran theft Interstate commerce Officers of the Association I.
given; stock being followi-d by an order culpable negligence In along on the crosstlea. Finally there commission/has ruled! that a N.Uona -
allowing such " of Cincinnati he mad a severe :' eletted
S. 'Id buy given through a dlfTerenibroker attaCk the of Prevldeut a theft to Ue. consummated under his wav a crash that 'thpew the passengere rate may be (rf amenably low or Indeed of Life Underwrller. at ,: '
t . upon poIicleH 'In the and the unreasonably loweven (hough Los Angeles. Charles Jerome Edvftirds l
.I J-Itousevelt, '_ very eyes. The money stolen had dining car com '
Some of "fno .kmaller brokers who 5- .breW13wedaa1hsdbeen44ed4iipaek.ages 'f blUII(lon' club 'and baggage car to tbe It be the resultof I an Illegal/combi- of New York was re-elected I
Thoulla.dll; of democratic _. and William A. White of ,
I / ;
campaign { president
i S tridp on the floor accepting ,a reduced some of It having been marked floor. The train stopped and-three"olr\ nation, _
commlsHlon .Lbultons of tbe vintage of 1890and ), The railroad! allege In the! present 1&o1terrctary. louIsy4IleKy.was .r"
of $2 for 100 "b"r for destruction at Washington. four passengers, with greater presence .
s'j[ IM'O) have been sold to Brookiyu! shol' Anyof Instance order/of'Judge selected. as the place for holding ; :
1ttI.ragave? the names of three or four nrmaa it weald readily have panned of mind than the others, rushed! that while the 'MfX
[ keeperH and fully $5,000 was realized i anywhere -I I tbe convention. Charles E. Dent
; next
w ; having done practically all of except: for -their large denomi' forward- the engine. Krnory Speer of Georgia waft In force
da)"'* enormous buiilneHH. A Hlniele I by I those who. engineered the .liansac j jlion. nations. Noun of the bill. were under 'I An examination of the track showed ffotn August 1 to. August Bj giving a of 1.01 Angeles won the first prize cup ,, :

firm was 'reported to have handled I I Some" of the buttons bore the $500 and some of them $lC4io and that some miscreant had throwna lower rale to shippers in Georgia than and lit G. !Newell; of Georgia the sec- I

transactions amounting to (hlllClOnI <> i( picture of Bryan and Sewoll and -0th. $5,000 denomination, the $1,000 ones I heavy bolt under the wheels of the to thoe In any other state In tbo and AIT G. Newell of Georgia the Sec-

I t shares. fig o fllryan and Sevcnnon.A I predominating. I iVaJn. the bolt being found\ and! turned Houtheastern tPrrltol'Y the effect was ance essay.' .

V The main quenllon before the In-1 (lick mule mascot. tent to l4i. The the/; created a sensation over to the authorities who will to demoralzt trade The Evansvlllo cotton mills at J

S' vestigatlng -committee" will\) be the Ur>nn, by the MluneboUa Slate Agrl-: throughout the country! and cpngress make a thorough_Investigation and eomnaerce.- Kvansvllle, Ind.. have closed down ,

( s identity of jthe prime mover In "tna I!I cultural society ,became unruly while) at the last session was asked and refused -,;i The tallway Companies take the po owing to the Inability to secure raw E'f ImalprJal.

S extraordinary! ;: market. If I ltu is found' an eastern newspaper correspondent to release Assistant Areasurpr INTELLU ENtE OF MONKEYS. 'Mltuthat! this Is a demonstration of Several hundred employee ,l
tbat the onerg'] him the .....<.. such associations the idle. : 0
were -mafchpd" KPtf was riding and reporterwas Itoldenweck from liability, although It .o --- fact UK are ; ...
A.5'5 v dt.aeIp.Itie will be applied as it thrown and serloualy injured. I was promised that congress would Proft or Hsggsrty Prov. They Southeastern Freight Association are John A. Hlnet.''bp "Captain Drcyfua .L

I. .ft violation of the rules, and pun. A large black enake, which has again consider the matter at the next Have an Initiative. absolutely necessary .tQ 'prevent demoralization of theTKuighls Of 1)'thl8" after suffering ,

Ishaible by dismissal from liit-mber-! made us home Under the porch of Mr. cession.: !Meanwhile Herbert F. New York City.; -Professor Melvln; : of commerce' and that for se en 'ea1 Ion from ,1*

ship of the New York Stock )Ex- I Ur) an'N home at )Falrvlew and which I Young, former Chicago newspaper; IE. Haggerty of Harvard university. they promote trade Instead nf retard his lodge and a (charge of embezzling ,
change. "- ball ftightened many visitors, has I reporter, and now head of a secret has been studying monkeys In ing It, >, j half a million 'dollars. has been exon- .

-I' CORNER IN IOTIUNFMLS.'S. been captured and given to tbe zoo service agency, became Interented In I the Bronx -zoological parkfor -the last Th railroads deny that tb In. orated ant reinstated. .

I at Uncoln !Nebraska.; I the case, but later aj; theagent of Mr. month has proved to his own satisfaction will restrict' t the v61ume of traffic Selng a light on the secondfloor -
--- that some- of thtm at least are and declare that it is not even ,
Livermore Loses $2OOOOOO In One Eugene Chafln, candidate of "the pro-., lioldenweck. I 1 when she returned to her fashionable '
S Day's Trading. I jhlbftion party for president, has ac- I Mr. Young's.a-HenlioA was redirected I not merely imitators of the human sufficient compensatory charge to fairly home on 'SoUl ,. King's Highway bonle-

New York City.-There was a col. I (''Plt'd an Invitation to speak at Atlanta 't'o: )Fitzgerald./ The latter upon his /species, but have Initiative. Inone meet the cost in value of thy yard St Louis, Mo., and believingthat -

:- lapse In the October option In the Ga. The occasion. of Mr. Chaf- discharge/ from the uublreatury: stated of his tests he had a platform built service performed by them. place bad caught fire, Mr$.
' that his whole fortune consisted of extendingabout five feet outside tbe They declare that the wages oftheft Dunlop, 45 of .
cotton years
S market which, acc-ordlng to exchange i ln s visit will be celebrated by tbe I -
-r5 experts netted the bull pool I holding of a great; prohibition rally I $600 -In cash and a stock certificatefor cages occupied by tbe orang utangll.t employees, have beettfncreasedand1 I rled! to the upper story to .le. It

a loss of upward of $2,000,000. The 1 Iln that city. S l',000.' His wife had a 1700( Interest Mickey and Minnie. On one end of that-trtces of al.rartfcle. necessary (confronted by two burglar. They '

S : October went to IImasb I In the estate of her mother, which the stand he -placed! a bunch of banan. for the maintennce equip- \ knocked .her down, stabbed her In the -
and the en John W. Kern was asked by a was valued about t as and some lucjous. peaches. Then he of their lines are higher; that I '
at .
-.t tire deliveries 14.000. and was mwit II right temple and escaped. Her Injurle
r_ year declined up to May of next friend It he liked' Hoonevefu Mr. Kernrppll..d ''In litigation. Fitzgerald, however, according placed! in tbe cage a long stlck_wlth Ibe demand of the public for efficiency are serious. ... pc
sympathetically. The that he did and asked his
hook In the end went and
a away service has become
of more
-5+ tk day was a most to Mr. Young, embarked In Miss Lucia Dobbs, the divorced :c,
exciting cue on the friend how be liked Roosevelt. "Well,
He had not bee m'l.nute.
gone'e the demandfor
.v>. speculation on a scale not consistent more exacting as wel as wife of the Lord Reginald
-exchanges: of I bogus :
this the filend "I'd like hhn'a lot
city andS replied
; ,
when Mickey looked at Minnie, Ir4nked ,- better terminal
with .the size of and his \ ,
New Orleans. hlq means arrest ; quicke' Douglas the most ocrompllsbed bjga-, ,
At ,
one time October urilcr) If yon rlirin't' like bl-.1 so well. and laughed. Minnie winked and "
S cotton showed wasthe result. facilities.depots and stations larger mist in the United States, who made
a decline of j '
$3 a bale. Chairman Mack of the democratic -- laughed too. Then MJckey' : got the and, more expensive\arjLjieavler: engines '
There was her back to Virginia frotn Mexico:
no doubt'at In* market's national committee has authorized a NOTED DIPLOMAT DEAD. Uuok. raked the fruit ajid they had! a stronger bridges, heavier rails way
S. close that big Inroads. had been practically on foot after her desertion
made denial of that the national . delicious meal. have
a report and. In Btfc-other t respects they
: In the profits of I a baby being born to tier In TexMbllc -
Jesse L. Llvertnore committeehad received a fund of Baron Speck Von Stei-nburg, German. Lifter Professor Haggerty/: tried the been conrnelled' to meet "
the bold ncrced. has been led to tb.alar.y .
market whose young operator In the cotten..1 300,000 left over from the last democratic Ambassador to U. 8.. Passes Away. trick on Baldy the chimpanzee but and costly', demand for safe, prompt, Hubert r"l' Hnlloway of KaieiftLt .
manipulations' Jnt"Ee national Mr. Mack I be the fruit within close\ '
: s October; option bad .startled' campaign. Heidelberg, G'rmany.-naron Speck got range and efficient service. . S '
cot said that .tbe report! Is without foun Von Sternburg the German ambassador before the hook was ready aud there The large volume of traffic enabled
: -. ton markets of this city, LifWrpuol' In township No. 13, North Carolina,.
S and New Orleans. !dation. I to the United States, died in tbe I was no need to go' any further. Baldy them In Bfcnif measure to keep pace Logan Jones, in a rage declared! be

Acting for I' If George T. Angel], president of Hotel Victoria In this city. The baron also had an ph joyable.time. The professor with theseVextra: but since and 4
himself and for other eJJtuauw. would kill his entire family, upon
; plungers Mr.JZJvennore the Massachusetts S. P. C. A., has liU ('", who was Miss Lillian May I had some other tricks In stock. November, 1907, has been to make his fl
; attempting
5/ &. Jated a line Of 400,000 bales of accumu-the Oc- way William II. Taft has taken his I I Langham of Louisville, K'., was with I' which he believes "will demonstratehis decreased decreasing their groan revenues was shot down by his goO tbreat. ;
tober option last horseback ride. "It Is outrageous her husband at the end. The |mme< theory beyond any-doubt. enormously while they have -
... He was also attacked! an axe by -
; ,- s cruelty!' to animals" said Mr. Angel!, dlate cause- of .death was inflammvi-... been obliged t. continue their high
another child. He died Instantly
'VS TWO Jon of the TO TEST NEW fENDERS. scale of and pricesfor frol ,
CADETS DISMISSED.8ix "for a big 300pound'man like Tsft lungs. wage to pay-high the gunshot. t '
7 to ride a horse about the country. If The baron and baroness came here al material and supplies. ;
Railroads to Experiment With.Safety A license has ElllcottCity
been Issed at
; Other ,West Point Lads to B* Suspended he must ride, let'blm'uae an KUtomo- from Hamburg at the end -of last 5- railroads aver that there Is fbI,
Apparatus.New Md. 'for tbe of the
bile,'' elephant." month to consult with- Professor "Vln- alternative left to them except: to' advance -' , marriage .
Shortly &
; ,
York Clty.- Jt !1e announced Rev,.-George B. Fltzbugbv aged 6?. to ';7
Washington, D. Announcement cens. Czerny. ..a skin specialist, concerning their rates In order to pay their *
National Chairman .
R. -
:waa .' by the officers of the public service Lulu V. Frailer, a girl, aged 10.
.,.t:,'SWrtght'that made by- Secretary' of War of*the 'prohII>UI..u party lila'a.nuounc- a malady from which the' ambassador commission that, ,tests of tenders and employees explanation for the peculiar case t
bis recommendation'for! ed that it bad been decided to make has been suffering Zorsometime : .They say that development. of' A
the wheel,.guards will-be. held,at Schnectady. !! to be that the -Rev. Mr. Fltx-
punishment of the eight ,. After prolonged!; examination' the south depends upon an Increaserather .
S West vigorous fight for the South Dakota a '
.S S \ Point .a N. Y. .and PlttBburg, Pa. hugh desires to make Lulu his heiress-,
.cadets suspended from the of the diseased part on 'the left side than a 'decrease of their efficiency -
mU. vote for Chafln and Watkins presidential Three'- representing a and his .
lay figures that object cannot be attained -
itarjr .academy for hazing had been of the Baron Von Sternberg's bead and that they believe the_publlr -
and vice presidential. candidatesof man a woman and a* child, will be to his satisfaction by the
approved by President Roosevelt. ;- Professor Czerny affirmed that the prefers to art such a reasonabloand .opIO' .
5 that party. used fii each of the realistic experiments. of tbe child. .
The order to btr-ttnraed by Secretary trouble was not cancer, bu|: a lupus fair advance lu service and consequent '
I IWttght.. .based, upon the president's Announcement has been made by and tfiat he ronld cure it. Both tbe They are supplied with faces I commercial development rather -.' While H. W. Schutts and W..W. .

?ks 'r'approvel.-wm\ dismiss from the acad- General. Dupont, director of the speak ambassador and his- wife were Immensely hands, and a 'proper amount of wearing than the holding down of the transportation Fox: of 'Coif ax.: Wash:, wer..a..ay harvesting . ." *v-

'amy th,' two first class men under erg bureau at the republican national cheered! at this opinion. Baron a|",""rcJ.. Tb.y arC to be placed : companies to such scant their wires went to a tbsatrl- S

.luapen.lon-WIUlam 'T. RosgeiU, Jr.. headquarters Governor Hughes Von Sternburg Is-descrlbed as bat- on railroad tracks la various positions -: turns reqnlr them to re'l, I cal performance. Fire L originating la :. I:

a, son of Colonel William Tl Rossell has 'offered his services as speaker tag felt that his long agony was nearly arid exhaustive experiments: *; are the wacI.wU their employee aud'' I manner unkown. destroyed ;their j .
i of the during the campaign and that, tbe that he-would to be made to show the capacity of a house and hutW
-. engineer corps of tbe army and over, and soon be number of Mevlceir-wlrtclr-have- prevent them -from maintaining S cblkir.n4 -
_ V. Harry O. Weaver of. Illinois and the offer has been accepted. r well man again. His wife also great submitted inventors. Cars ice. - S and i two'.of. the Fox children. wtr $ -

.suspension without pay and allow ryr. ""BfyiV-wlHIpermlfrnoone--te shared-JhaX hop*. been by burned to.death.Surgeons. . S .t2.

_ .anoea, Ibr one year of the six mem- I ride his trick: mule since the animal 'The. .allrtftnt that resulted In The 'wulIbeop.rated.aLTar1OUa,4egTeeaOf.speed pected-to' MANIAC ATTACKS MAYOR. amputated the 1 leg of 7,! ,

4 ":\\fcars of the.lhird class George'Washington. threw and- .erloualy- hart a: man) who death'of: B/ron,Speck Von Sternborn( and- the tests value are. e: the dIfferent .59. Blair of" Omab .- sear The hlpr "-.
;: ..Chase of New York.' James was rising him. The mule has.fbeen/ has been stubborn and of long stand determine finally of/ Hobok.n Executive Has Narrow Es- while Blair smoked a'' cigarette and. .

_ SS A. 'GHlespla of PennsylvaniaByron put 4o work.,'pollin-, a &grass Cutler ing.' It NfVJ>een .described as a lupus inventionsZURI1LAR '. csp. From,.Dsath.'New "joshed"! them, 'bloody ,t'.

iS-' ; ;;.Qulraby Jones ot' New..York, William over the lawn of .Mr'. Aryan's home. growing out of an injury - BOURBON DUKE York Clty. Uake4 In his work. His leg was .
-_ ; .Nalle of Virginia, William Wellington Contributions 'to the i campaign fund from an accMent that occurredwhile offiCe by an .man,, armed with road ,accident near thel Surgeons; ; 5.
Prude of Alabama and Isaac Spalding from corporations" from officers of the baron wts tu the service. pf Effort to Secure L.... 'ot, Orsgorlus a knife, In.anl of Hobokeri hail preparedto ena"te
I. Oklahoma ; T I"11 Vie government Jn India *" From Missouri Prison. MaJor.Btel tic, but Blair would not 41
-i .f ; corporations, acting:a. such are not a narrow death anoVw. permi. tep..
.f \He made a brave fifth against the Sprlngfleld Mo.- -Declarlng that AI- 'o do It. He Insisted r
; '. being accepted republican national saved only by the arrival of a detec .
v., :(TIUSIDELD FOB y5,000,000. spread. of tbe maladv from the start .. convicted In ItOA .
; ., headquarters according to a statement : Qregorius. live William' who was released would give him a el&,8r.te, be,.could. .;:

It Is Qlvsn.' by the Carolina, and Ohio made. by1 Treasurer (jeorgeR.. and his plucky effort to prevent, the of burglary and sentenced to seven from Camod asylum a go through tbe wJtbOlti J' ,.
S -"'" 'Railroad disease!" .ffbrn spoiling his diplomaticcareei' yesrs Imprisonment In tbe -Missouri fl' ing put to .Ieep '.nd. h> '. ,
: ;; Company.: Sheldon of... the republican national" days ago, entered the office when :
''flrlstoV'Tenn deed of'trust for committee: .Mr.: Sheldon! said that he WashIngton:! aroused keen. CNews sympathy.;" 'of the state-'Bourbonhouse penitentiary is of a Franc.Father duke y bis'. -

_ 4t ''U&.OOO.OOOgly,' by the- Carolina, bad. returned, several, such contributions death. of Ambassador Von old cParislan In ..Iet.terto' for his time spent In the asylum The physicians that be bad ,:Ie..- than a

-- a
-- priest
Cllacbfleld" and. Ohio. Railroad -conjpany to those :who made them.Editorl not'a Gretcham a mayor endeavored to temporize with .ye.1 to live has chosen.bis:
S. surprise tbuttP'eat Vat local attorney, erfd.on J
; In.favor.of' the\ Farmer. Loan" ( democratic 04'independent Masons a him, but Car drew out a knife Prince to succeed
.I .. every' shock to his personal and official asks that. efforts lie made1 to obtain o7 Y.ZD. ,:: .
and .Tr .t company' bat and started him. The -
newspaper throughout the friends ,In' Walln\ ton. By the om. the convict's- pardon in order that ,be' mayor Washlaftesw 5-. t. -
: recorded at Bloutvllle. the county seat United Stases have b en'' appealed jumped behind his desk with the mad o
'clals In the state department and by to France In time to see
i 'of this county. deed issued rosy return .man In' Ifflrsult detective At the point ot k\\
.. !This .was by tbe democratic: national-commIttee those who were so fortunate as to hisInvalid mother before she dies.. Just as a entered "pl.tol.'tlr."a.
S. to fcscure an lis e, of laid,bond", running to start subscriptions for the demo- enjoy 'his confidence and friendship aid given by .Gretebam-to- ." the room. After a de.perateetr&Je. leged! thieves were < ,

.; thirty-five.' years and! bearing 6, cr.tlo.campalp fund In their' news the death of Daron Von Stertubern'! : is References'Oregorlus'connecUon 'with the the mayor and detctiv. disarmed .York by a policeman while "theyw.areIn ,) -
t cent Interest.MARVELOUS. S. prove ,and arrested ,the act of"robbing Avesailorsof.
; ;; f't papers. distinct loss. '- armod,. ,
regarded as personal royal family 'X "
... S the United States cruiser: .
Deba. PaJrl. \ ;
---- '- cpucene] V. the socialist -
party ;
; S. IKVrTO.V. candidate tor president will make lather and Sort I Charged With Muffler.i SOIP.HORSES TO'fAR SOUTH. Bees' Sting Causes Man's Death S The, government's., petition for a I.1'), "?
bearing by the United States) court of
mostof bis- campaign speeches from Columbus, -t
Nsw Machine for Rsglstsrlng Wtathsr which he' has Baltimore\. Md.-Alexuidhg' Rosen- Valued' Half Million Ssnt Ohl.-John appeals 'of the "base against: the Standard '.
l a train .. chartered\ to bloom and his mother have bfeen' arrested Animals at, a farmer, who die ;
Conditions., IS- take him to the Pacific<
-___tS. r ;::;:'RanoNei.Profesaor.__ AlexanderM of socialist' party' literature.. willbe" of E. J., Rosenbloom. the father of New York? City.-Eighty-eight! nhor- been stung by bumblebeesHe wasstung -eR filed'and stated represents the sdmlntstrpUon'4'h. It .1* .authentically
Ca4I. director of the taken along'and butetJ. The the* lila six times, and within three ;
r weatherbureauvt 'OUl1lt"'lban;: body; was- found ughbted..b&nea'.altleel ati500.000
cost of out the attempt to have the Blkins act"an<
tor the" Padflc"coast sending special. was JIL.a': :.tnmk..near, Bel mar, N. J. and minute be< became and ]
!, : la tiere to, aid.Professor said and' uncn.cloul the Interstate'commerea'law- becoming "; ;
would-be $20,000. made up from the '''atfracted'Considerableattention the of J. B. Haggin was beyond aid ar '
case ph'
_ _ '"., -S \. Church of the University*' eontr1'butlor.) socialists, from tea at the time of the' discovery of James Itf Keene." were .ablppe4.lrom' rived.! futile. \.-1- t' ..

:of Nevada' ln-eUlnH-up-th Ferguson cents to tjTaiillr, . the -trunk. .. '' ,._', hereon the steamer yelasouex for Indicative of returning ,.pioape'ritla7

'meteorgraph a marvelous Invention ,. "Thepeople have' ruled through 1,_.. .r- CTgFish ;-- Buenos-Ay res.Sp'eclally .- .* S S Booth Asks Equality Women. Acting Comptroller' of .Currency" Kane' 4

S" S c ... thatregisters automatically .t2 forty.7days'at'a he republican part)." This -I. Wil Ha,1C AttaCks Swimmer. built and fitted .quarters lo has stated under the ,- sreports -
I time the temperature, atmospberlc liam H. Taft's answer to Mr. thyan'schallenge were arranged for this particular ship- London, England.-On the eve of of tbat .-national. cU
S ;, pressure, humidity and oth- "Shall the rule Park N. J. Immense fish his departure a abroad GenexalWUllam condiin' '
...t : people ? "Asibury menu A track on the deck will be 0 toW banks shows Individt
'data-of-impoHanee.n.1. determIning>Th -answer-was-aade..InJan' addreg ; haksattacked! a swimmer near tbe used In'calm rweathertorexorcising: Booty has Issued a Ions* .lnce-D4ember'
J weather-conditions. It..m be Install.2Ued.ipn be.cb---Tbey-pecked"'bta':: .. deposits $l9T,0004
the head -
republican presidential candidate 'until the animals i----- 1ong.mantfestiTunj1iIeadtng1orthe -
.: ,;, : Mount Hose", which I.' 10,8<1Q ma4. .before a gathering!Of several he was nearly exhausted. Life guards The, shipment l ls believed- be due of women wltDmen-1cJ:' 1000_ and.aotal resoux-e.sO6,000000; -
the liabilities for
: ffeet"high.., Itrls one of the four"or flve ot.banks gOv'i
.: thousand Virginia puijlrcn*who rescned-ibewlmm.--aftsr-' to- the--.decline..Indorse.. racing which horting eVery the'Sala. wble
-tf: such: ,instruments allteneA''la S1
[ world.'S'. Taft p and/.to-' ,.celebrat" Virginia dar.: out. birds vere.' after, weak flab... gambling laws 'in this" .t.te'e train his children to this end. house cerlll py.W .0eal.: i .a-- --

5- URoPDPEAJI1UTUKM *4 ,,Announcement- _has ..been"made ''bylanes' t :

t .5i -!.-** ; t U_ ISJIII II .' ;J .. .8, .-Sh tm D. republican! can Han Killed By Gas lo 'ell 'TO :DISCARD "HEBBr WIDOW" HATS. Confederate! Veterans' Reunion Samuel Compare, iVesldent of I tb ,

.I" LJttl" yacht- Pieksd. Up Jn1 MldUke.;;". date for vice president,"th .t.President tKnozvlle, "Teun.-Overcome' by the Wlnston-Salem N. C.-The annual American Federatio.-cf. Labor;', '. ( -
.. Milwaukee. 0",.WII.neaten'abbut'Man. All .; : } Roosevelt'h'ad<"authorised] him to inform gas In a well ho bad'nrfered'tb clean, Reports From Paris Say It \VIII .- reunion' of the/North' Carolina confederate Mitchell.formerpjesIdent..gf4henit5; 1 ..,
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by Next Season: ; '
'.-'-. a-.storm of ;wind and taJJ(, for, three the "republlcaas' of JN w York George Bell aged 30 years, met death New York Cit/-MiIaabelle Holland veterans closed with. a big pa ed Mine Workers. of ':Amerlca. and' -
'f.. %.t. state tba,'Gonrnor Hughes was the McDonald's farm .near here Being Daniel J. Keith, air"bf the ,.executive
lay a ,the little schooner-rigged yacht and Miss Mary .8. Moore, milliners ! rad of Over a mile In length. There j
., .1 Jnanlta. of Milwaukee, was picked up president's choice for ;.governor. of affected! on. roacbjnc the bottom, 'Bell of Boston returning council of the Feeler.ton"a. 'Labor; ,
passengerson .than old
were more 1.000 -
|. \|1ni1diakIby! ; the steamer Helena New Yorkt'Eugene t called to ttibse 'at the windlass to the Kaiser Wllhelmvnleclare that loJler' had a long nc. /with

?.m: :, 'and brought In tow with David Beebe : W_ Chaflnwas' struck with 'draw .him :Out, 4>ut be was oveecomeand'fsll the large brimmed hat bad disappear i !footf while scores "of carrlagl carrie Washington attrney..i Which ;pe't -

-':-: f ''and. tola-'dead, shipmate-Philip Thompson S to bottomjHhs bcdy., ed,In Paris and that next'seacion the I those who -were, unable make the paratory were JakenV 'toiV,

' ,:aboard: .-The death'of,Thompson a brjck' during: 'u.recent -------at struck la the baae -of the -well\. *it popular hat would. be' exceedingly tong journey 10.Lbe rsnks.The tatteretl / .fighting the 1njunction.gettent.LjJsiddU' ':)!

___ 'oecvrred' while the little yacbt was In Springfield, m.. and although badly was four hours before- was rem'ovfi. small4diss Uoore'' said the uew hat .banner-of the.old' Forty-eighth reg. restraining the officers of lhf:"jtedcraUon -. JY

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; 'Why,-b'effIn these Islands a..very good .w. ....ct- ..
? LtIEsrOCI .
: -K NG >
; ..tilingmi"'don.ln breeding and, tf!
exporting the little.Kormandy'horses! .' sore 1liroalls: s a .

,". "<.' ..1. ; .' If one could'only rent pasture ground '
i enough: somewhere In .the. .neighborhood : ; dangerous,malady i

of Quernec, he-.was certain a :

moderate fortune might be'resllxed by. birtyou'donl!)need '
: TfE'3ALLOV- '
I less risk than AFTER eSTTWQ.
: ROMANCEJ'' horse breeding,, .
la 1908 :
: -,-njt colony going rending. this-iPending --< Women declare. f tie a sock around.. .
.. this, 'Mrr Barry Chester : L
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..--J.A.l.::.. 1 MMNMPALM''MMAwMJ.MM.AMIb...gM..i..?..I..MA..w/CnIAM. I' Ills evenings I -more and more away-, ."Women campaign err in full 'We quote:. ;your ,
should be allowed to Yot.e.
/' . .. 1 from borne wore, : flashier ties,;wore. : '

. -r. .. ': .. '" , ' ';Bi :MI 1S, ANNIErEDVrA"RDS.]: ; JL' :-" "howter,jewelry Jand,, showed! ;b)} proclivities : In" 2008 ; w.TOVVWlffISri ". 7 i
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. '. 'w.w.. I for outdoor life in general :.KkH: i. ?

.' ,.I---cuArTEii!,: ; r, by taking a prominent part In the ninn. Hour .... bent '
l '$ Th. den I Uk. this: l
"*"* v "":- .; iCoutlnued.i She gave him no actual discourse, ly. exercises 'of'the island Perilous Of state afafnthey Uke no note SNOW

.. ""dentin; went boldlag the.fine old orthodox runs In pursuit of bags of newspaper' .Woman should be compelled to Tote." a'LINIMENT
,do ;uot f usually pay doctrine as, regards' tlTe'"cele tlnl, or ;steepechaseawhe'e ilie stUTeat tffice: -Louisville Couri. o\U'tiat.. ,
\l II1Ot rilcylttt.[ to girls ot eighteen, my -
providential forglug-4tmen's: marrlaicechalne. was furze-crowned, hurdle; the most 4 _
,j &Theodore: ..' She never strove tobias ,'1weakneckleap a ,two-footSdeep tank;' .The.Milk/ Way? 'Va: ". . '

,. Daphne tot or Against Ills suit, SRe. filled beforehand from the parish.water, : . "How'd you'iet here, old mint" will curs' that' throat' .In 'short'or dei.. '

,ChestecaskedJeayeJoJnqulreforjny\ \ : :. .ehuplydtsllke4Jth1ntenaei1r. ..Aud.dld. cart; _trotttnlf1QA tcl1ea..::;. PkeoJLpI"r: :;, -Jn..mY--llt.blp, .' :.:. _,'BalUrd'a.Snow LJniment penetrate tbe poreavpromotIng *- .
.' health after the fatigues of the.balf---:. not see' fell;.trlthiu, .her; duties dera, and nil such llllpnttan field sports "Road good T" t / : y ; rrM"()lroul&tloarfflvlnff> tharmuaclos more Ja Uo1tJ'J' ,

1a very pretty and a very-natural; piece .ns a Cht''put;, a. cloak upon'. "11I3 the ,limited area of dry land and,the" 'Cloud-LU.. .* RIIEUMA1LSMCUr'SSPRAINS '
-, -: ,. of. attention.too. Unlecs I am much .. .?t BRUISES :
> -
.l erdl.Uke-. shaky financial condition of; the;Nlm-. 1 s CU'RES ;l
d mistaken, we may look to receiving, a "And t bedlam, right down In lay rods themselves permttted," ; FUher's Luck.Stelli --- ..'VOUNDs. OLD'EORBS.STIFP, .JOINTS.. 1' e'
a If':: Melt from Mr. Chesterbefore tbe day *. BURNS AND ALL PAINS...: ..
b flrt. J feel I a.00 do. Aunt'Hosle, him .:.
r.' Who ehould'reason'//with ;, .Dl -elii flsFToT'complI-, ,
is o\lt. r ro'e
'. .. said the girl. In A moment of Imlf-nnd. tue. error of his ways?. Not his wife, mend'" -
And Theodora. rlght-Just at hnlt-hnlJestliiKxpan, "Mr,, Cbestcr, ones SAVE INSTANT .RELIEF.' ,
for cerlalu. Young, ignorant devoted Bella-"Yes, but the big got
' .thefteroooo
--t:'; the but test hour of Is everything fagcInaUng, of :* .: : Henry Stnno.' ProTo UtabfJ'r1leln: ,"I have N
'+ "" though she .'ai. Danhnejt>y this lino away Harper's Weekly : Ballard'a
'Aunt Hosle nnd .
(: Daphne, picking cur- courser lie IIIt.andllOme..bu.. senn Ilio Ttavn entertained iluaplcloD"1'OU _f:.._. __. .8now7.lnlpaant .1or-.N uralJr1a.3'ootb-aohQ .andBorfL.7broaC....
.:4 ants amid raspberries for the annualjetlymaLIng'forth world too!, I nut a e, 1 In )Jill Jirenpuce, fineness oC stuff Gritty. which upon application gave me Instant, relief. ,, I can reoonv' ,
? ? ; rushed Margot to' I feel asAiiQr, .*sed as Aunt Theotloraherself may bemuse as to tbe mood It ait be Innr the bout Unlment-X-havo over' uaed In ourlng.. S
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{; 'any that a fine English dandy lu a tandem by .flie Warnlcksblre StuWrs. -In :Mr.,; 'Chester'auaturt". But she bl&l "Ftftar mile pa boar" yelled the .J pain.oauitod.from fouzolgia, oto." 'r .. .. .
these Jealously even fro'uiherself chauffedrK'are,; ".
hip beau Dadals Anglalsavee sen If It to were simple-Ions youbrave? PRice :
Yet comes IlkluRlf you
25C. SOC AND;$I.oo
,..' ,betall en fllccbe)' "was Inquiring before to 'csk': me whelUw I shall miss ,Mr.Chester ; believed in nil things hoped. Yes;\ I'm full of grit" replied h
t.; itbe front porch, for'Demoiselle Vauslt- \tbeu he leaven, or whether. all things never' by. look or word repronched the glrlvas-she- swaltowsd another

;wish I had n-tvr knowu him-at nllrl \>> Chester for :bis neglect: orquestioned pint. ,of dust. Ballard 'Snow Liniment Co.
fait.And cheeks flushed; crim- ". him as to tbe hour that be t ,
.-.J .? Dapune's could not nnswrr you. .
elf' Ion', She hud cpolon trutb, rigid apd And eight dais. Inter she Accepted gasped away from be..ld.l helped And by The Doubting Copper 500-503 ort.ii', Second Street. \. "-

unvarnlahed. as respects the ball. the built tlnu into ,\e house one ,\CnIcc.I b-r. reticence' unknowingly: on Magistrate (sternly) "Didn't I "

y' + L \.partners who held her till her breath 1H' face with tMKiiews tbat .Barry his ruin! tell you the last time youwere'here ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI..

fwas gone, tbe ladle* who smiled Cheater loved her-Ib led her io such There' arehuman; temperaments so I never'wanted you to come before

._" =_. lat; her cbarser-croise! behind .tl> Hr .-n new tremUinif! ptnear In b.r- (lrl' Adjusted that tbe mere' ,contact of .virtue , jne I ac&1D.t.- _-- _. '. -

t j. fans, the crush, thee glees, the empti AU extnt he could mot pon&lbly face seems poisonous to them.; Prjsoner' -"Yes, sir, but 'I couldn't Sold .and-Rebornmended* \
Vnnelttart'f"blmgle.1 truthful
".rness. of tbe whole .scene,, had,,.dlsapjpolnted cxlatencrt unless she would become his & hne make the policeman. : believe It.Tlt '."-
: ;, . L her simply ns a, child Is disappointed wife. And fhe/-boy' could she have 'the* character was one to have culled: -Bits:.

S I f.4 with actualities falling short bear( to say him nay? They were to forth every higher quality In ,a lover" --:.-... For Sale at ROBERSON'S, DRUO'Sr. <)RE.. ,
..tlIllo"edvlth ordinary lelleey., ordinary -
',\ of impossiblo expecta tloo. In this mo. start at once and colonize: In Virginia. More Art.Auctioneer"Going ,
7,, + 'meat she lost the child assumed tbe YoU could buy' an estate' Ji Bedford manhood. Upon Bnrry what Chester.who hidden, Going! Gone! :
( shall say Ihrousrli
1.w-- woman; a sense of power, a thrill of County, with Ktabllng for thirty horses, her devotion actedas Here, air, Ifi jours. Great bargain
moral chemistry)
(Vanity, dangerously sweet. It oily. by and an Icehouse 'oii It, said Daphne, sir. The frame alone 'It worth the KISSIMMEE N .
evil Intluenre. -
.{ t ,virtue of their newness, sprang to life for a few hundred pounds and peaches. a directly price.
Does not the same ray of light bleach
A"" ;I!. \within her heart. were grown In orchhrds like 'our elder blacken.- according to the! nature of Connoisseur (ripping out the picture Y ;
o++' t "I don't want one bit to see )'1'. irpptes, and-And please might she ask or !.
the which It travels? )-"The frame what I want- :RIVER !
? subslanceieroaa
""Chester' ," so sbe told Aunt Lode. who Mr. Chester to come.In-be has only It was Just t.lplece'or old. miserable ed."-Ptek-Mo-Up.. t EOUr

,stood gravely watching the changes of waited for, Jier on the terrace-and -
he and tU\lt>IIUbeIII.ed .
liu thoroughly .
so -
: color 6n the girl's face. "And of'course everything might be talked over* quiet 4 Making a Hit. ITIC'A'HER ""* 4
(the visit Is to Aunt: Theodora not me. ly after tea. ; posneiislng a conspicuous BTBAMER LILUB! RO8KADA. ?
r'- Still,after giving him sir many dance I -degree flat hallmark of Inenrincltr, "You have been staying with Captain Clay Johnson, 8r. Captain Clay-Johnson, J.- ,: J .....
She wdii'no without guile, this country habit of his failnrts-to- the laying ,
; --Rekalsr.eekly-trip. a0M&4a-1ea.-aa..t..
,7. ; qfr rat night. It might look: odd It I did nurtured child of elebteen'-iler sequestered to-B..IDlor--4 return. : ""

:not go in to see him Just for. form' life,, the one inborn whiteness of others! Circumstances! "Tea ... Tuesday morning and arrive rjsslmmee Friday evening.-
"-, him before his blrtRtOt'Aunt "They say his new'wife has an awful '
aake" of lier' nature, raised her so high Special Charter: Trlp.'to Lake Okeeo b.. and-Fort.Myer on tae IJllfe. .,:
temper. How did she strike '
Hole's Intuition rroved correct.Mr. :you
ii, And in three minutes' time her fingers above the level of all falsehoods that Comfortable accommodation for paaseager*. Rate reasonable _
} mother the daughterof "With anything that came handy.
Chester's was
, c stained with raspberry Juice and even Aunt Honle forgave her for being 'The most. picturesque Waterway la Florida
itirkeeper. bill fatha -Baltimore American.
As n child -
',+ .- in her garden dress and bat. she entered daszled by Barry Chester's protestations. a ga Foe Paaseager and Freight Rates apt=> to
: had (,Kent; him to tbe wrong school! ; '
-' the parlor, where Mr. Chesterawaited Besides' stifling her personal -- CLAY JOHNSON.BO., Proprtetor :'
M a put him Ipto the wrong profession Ueveuge! or; the Cant Shoe.
her alone=:Theodora, who had dislike. and some natural jealousy at lay On hoard ,"llW.-Klsslmmee.. VUDo
and now, just precisely- nt n .
; w k not expected her' visitor eo.early, ue-: descending' from ,the first place In ; .
tme! of life when' n fellow wantsworldly
:' tug still occupied with lappets and Daphne's affection, what objection I to'

g F,', laces, In tbe maiden secluUon of der could Aunt hosts urge against .Mr. counsel worldly Judgjnent. be ; r
had been. fool enough to saddle himself
y, r l own chamber. Chester's: suit with a wife!-a creature with a W All Kind* 0 L-..
This first visit did bot prove a brilliant The modesty of his worldly prospects .
waxen baby face<< a heart and temper
success. Mr.. Chester's conversation was laid bare by him without reserve, -k -
sweet If will, sweet to mawkish:
k was modeled after tbe elliptic on this first evening of his engage you
; ness! !-ljut about as fit,, he and the old .a Plain and Fancy Job'printi g,
; or telegraphic fashion prevalent among ment. He bad sold out of the army
to help or guide a man
aunts together :
i gentlemen of his class--a form of ut some months before and the money wisdom. they had .... < ...,;/ ....,
wlth-prnctlcal aelf
terrace wherein nominatives exist not.pronouns or remainder,of the money realized by
all been off ..ede.lrt Island
. are supplanted., by "tons,**- thc Sale'of-hl.l mmlsalon constituted! picked up ) "
In the Pacific.
.r tabs." or perusals ot the celling-and his actual fortune. At the same time, ;

,g ,,. Which( altogether, gives you more the his expectations from rich triads, 'J', Front the comparatively! Innocuuua 'W" v ,Why '

Idea or a message framed at so'much Warwickshire tamers. and others, follies of paper hunting and pigeon ,

.d, '. per wood thejt of an attempt made by amounted to moral certainties. He was killing Mr. Chester sank, step by Gratitude Mien -
step. to grosser pleasures; was heard From Punch. :Will ComeBack
', a rational human being to communicate young pot ;yet twenty-eight., and fond of at length by'the affrighted Miss .,
with his kind. of an outdoor life. (Did you ever know -

'i' "Enjoyed ball last nlghtrTired..' consummately useless man of the Vansittarts '.s and frequenting) like' 'taverns.skittle of. Good liars.. And the Causa-a -Thelr .

ape{ In hot weather deuced: mistake' Barry:'Chester type who did not make alleys '- the T Jl'tW'mora places l": First Farmer_"That new hired / .
unhallowed ; lie
resort .PresentTime. ..
"ABbilis'out, of"London deuced ,mltakes. *- the same profession\ 'The outdoor life- such 'bour., of the 'man'of yours must'hare been a book. ,

w r ." Long,, panne.' _"Pretfv- : .D.r.h writ large, signifying pigeon shooting, and silent during*' U/ his pleaBure'toapeuiJ keeper before he came! to you.' ...... .- 't ,
twenty-four was
try, JeVsey, for a week.' See It all in and general polarity, per .
race courses : "
at home: threw the quiet household : Second Farmer-m"Why so? .. By T.: ''V. Powcl., ,,,. ;
a week.: Bee everything In a week haps. toward borslly cut coats a jewelset "
First Farmer "I nolle* that
Into ever Increasing" disorder bythe Chief of the Division of Information Tturtat of
A "Know Cheltenham ,
longer and
pauae. whip gaiters) time he stop work for a few minutes "'
lateness of his hours complained
$ y Tbls, when Miss Theodora' entrance His" project was to''emigrate' this ;' Immigration.: : -i : a)
be puts the behind his
pitchfork ear. .'. ...
Of his. meals, complained oflSnrgot'swaltiggf : . < r 'i'.i. '
had.1' nsed into the the most '
jteniporary vigor. coming autumn to Virginia, ..-Womaa'a.Home Companion .
'converwtion. "KDOW' Cheltenham'fr hopeful of colonies 'twas said, for gent ) In fine, gave every symptomit ?: I ..EV L..cau.'e01l1blll'JO brIng''' about th.'ma.rc:1i
the morbid discontent which born --- .i.
.."welL Too wen, "JIuntect: there couple tlemen settlers, buy: a farm at'a cost shadows Well Preferred. = .:;Xj!==-; of the aliens aow'leaving; 'us. Every year-a great number"
1f.. I. of seasons. Deuced, slow set of,peoCbeltenham of six or seven hundred ponnds, and of Idleneft. jUt e IDIjOCf'Dt' 1 of.allei return to their borne for the winter.* Tbe railroads -

,9 -: .L :{pie. people. WarwickStamera II.. upon It Not brilliant outlook environments .of'e. lives 4 .
,- ":'U{."hlreH most Intimate frlend.'Soeh'w88 .." bj knew, and 'yet alf that be bad to its >Uck ness.U& "that the only word that" properly 14p5 '. men engaged In outdoor work and, following this, other
>w"&***rtb, lb.> ..Miss' Vanslttarts :
: described
: 1oI )h'-BaI'rT Chester'. style: ; "often) This and his own greatlore- you ,. .M'":are thrown out of employment. Ttese'meavfiiMr, It-4..1r-

$ 'If the.8t1I. be the man such was a expression for a moment flushing takTBg vonnsel togethcrDaphne "jDdeedJ" replied Miss Bute. "1 I able,Jto return' to, old-ltomesi'for'; the-winter.:: 'f el

-...- J jtoferably fair Index to Mr.. Barry Che.' /his face that made eyeD Aunt Hosle they dursf not admit!" Intothelr'seCtresohed''to Solemn suppose* she "said something'real .i ttn. s.: l.liaVn .tberopportunlty to+ visit ' friend r and reUttve'

.2 Inntall'Owera.; Fortunately.there think him handsome Would Daphne speak nice. as usual <' *"'t ,., nd can live"much cheaper, there during .thewlptet.Jbaa'/ r
7 j a-Btrtp of mirror above tllo-pa.' ..* accept him?' and warning; lOOks;' parabolical vW.ell, she said:''I suppose that.lathe herfor" .food, and lodging'ar cheaperand the climate I I. not, so severe.In .

.......::. rhftct' mantelshelf, }n ;wblch be! ctruM Daphne accepted him;' three ,weeks. hints leading itableond remarks lJw'own'out' at' proper word. .At any rat* "she other year* the exodus began the.litter part of October and continued
-dinner .
the imalL, nrlll-\ .
hls .4Pblladel
distorted glimpses of charm look wed
; jreaevedt
later knelt si.bls-side before attc'warf"rellad TipT* Clriima ;rbuirtftbrseason( the-rusbrwir-accentuated-br-tbe'ana. .,
fiery f.d long ben 1.' ," '
. )
r' 'as be stood first foot and then phla Press f .
on one .himwed1G l la' error
lags altar caring for tome bat
Y. ". employed'trthnntreiult.f. Barry Chestee's Those whoT Imagine that our aliens do not read;*r? ,

.... := "on Ibe other pulling restlessly'"his the dreamy fashion young girl do care. ,dellca" was Bot 4iaOcleatly for-those'wbo eaDDot'road have other*.to read'to them; and they',keep
i "" mnitache.whileMiss Theodora en- for the first maTTwbose Up-worshlp has ,. One of Them. a sharp-eye '''eo' thatwhenthe'pa..' uh
upen'thel-trend of event In this country,
fine texture to- wounded so rJSg af ,
,'den red to his
'.i I olntedtalk-with\'" gaps Jn flls- raised.> tbetr lives front. commonplace Flef-de-ha-Relde'offered'a convenient '"Confound, 111*-*' erled; the ,angry: i pm:!,,annonncad 'under ebare nead line tbat thinggtinrs'going; wrong. theM

l.! \ .So f.lara reminiscence h o;ner-1Iows ownTor Chelten-,, drama but sobbing ifr earnest terror' -roof under'whicli- might'abide free I husband ."any old' thing spi *aJa .t*. : men,snot' the' statements mad,",took abtrm:and, .ol'e;aaumi .

. .:t' : :jtnnately.: too./... far .aChesterwasconcerned .then the mome ltJred': in .whlcn. of.expense.. He;must be spoken Jo In- you If It's only cheap! er-t>LOre;,r set av.y\han+would nave gone In former year. -
of she must loosen 'her' arms from,Aunt Hla bargain ,touting wife grimly .' -Another four 'e..llreM4II1.; r.
>aphne.. judgment was n- perfectly Dlsln and' cau nr*rWipmitBfl.fctvttat every

'{conditioned, by;experience,vl.She.had. Sodas neck and drive away.-' amidst topes, and:Theodora Vani WlDiulltakabl.1 smiled. ,. the' Frealdvitlat i Election t:there, I ta a'tenflencr e*iar4 "n thapant'of the alien v" }",

c [absolutely.too.standard.eltbdcot'man1w ; JIB avalanche Af old shoes' and' huzzas..
.ner intellect, of'men or boo]$*.,.by Barry Chester's. wife. v spokeswoman; \ .I remarked.vtbat you yourself are one they prefer to (ak. no" baa e.'an4 gq home arly.." ." .. ,- .
'' She.,was in nature so rlcb'n good 'Aunt jiosle'towbom.Lster'esins: of "my characteristic InvestmentMeveland There U still iWlani to theft native land.".
which( to hhn.J jf f t l'tA ,ff" t .. / mother cause for the return of r
_.. : most presentable creature? really as to render passionate' allegiance of omission and otherwise were spe I PlaliTDealerr'r { -- --: It U estimated -that about "00,000.000.tu be ekpended tn Italy,In bringing

to every new baee'ot, duty: a matter c1alll.abI -ent.wa. yet this crisis efficiency, and" Italy is calling' her
""'" , Mlsa Theodora at the ,railways! up 19 a,proper standard of ate
} 'e At..tb4 l ,showy hired d scanhighstep'ft : .of course, Whatever Mr. Chester1; the" moit'Ienle.nt "of the three sisters Jnst,Aa He- said; "son* who have'learned bow'to-v make good* railroads. In. this country"
) t shortcomings, and' they, were many t wM'4..the.ODlr'doer..hflD1.f'lf."t. Just *, 'f t.f :* :J;!. "
;Tlng,: broken-winds hack, mock llv; Investor- -tangrllyfBtm beret their. old *omes.
'. .c r'.aa4.aD..Iaa4.daabe4-a..AID: Daphne clung to him during the. eight asMthe.. law of her own life' was effort, you told me I'd sui Iv Hear between ; There. more work'to do ',__ country than"'ever before.;' tear( Is i a

' ',y: 'tbe'vista of' sand bills'out of sight. mODtb"ID'W'hICh they lived sideby so' was the lawjof her judtrl'Dent.apoD aYe and. s1;' hundred dollars on;L that Necessity for more me.0. >"ndw9rAn to:'da 'It.'and' the' tint;months) of-next

.r !r.AJt4.utU. 4JDare.'OI'leok. ;side with pre unswerving, bllndtender.the .otherf '.to 1'('''. :.Jii ;:liadr.the<< ...Charity\ : deal." : year .HI.see.a return of alien. who-will-be able to find. remunerative employ-. '

y t: t he otbe1"MS', ,.so. very.unusually! ,-band' ness jthafdoes hot always.talc.ter; boVttof .treujrtb; the insight of a pure,. roker"'Wenl':" ''' ..j' men fat this county.;,. ....'. .i: H X *'*.h! ( .''',,1'j r'f.* -
,t .. ex ,' lot of. worthier:men; ., Did !jibe, at-anj; ub' temptations '. '-",. r :.;......,. tin '
4 a !
a InvestoriAVelI. I cleared
3i ..M ,. W" .. him. wtttt inch full) Just. '
love eaa.v.
moment, '
" ,( irXheman. has cold eye anda, hard -duting besev. an<:T>ack,lldlngir of'her! .frailer breth'rru S,75"* \ .. .. .\ '. ;, ;
4sshrbad'te'glve: .
OIlt1r.-.ldAuDt"Bollle."bo bad : : -4 Rlss;Theodora'* Imagination ex: Broll..r-1'.hen: you've kick. h '. :. ,1"t'
-R got no I. ....
lIt months? ad.1'; she'believed
"I eight --
: ; been. present,"'critically, taciturn' dur--, she loved him and JT. '.t'. 'I'tWJtere" : erciaMIt: elf.more 'p 'atbe_ fictitious The '. ,bet .ell' 1 5 and 4SOO, Isn't( ..'U: .... ,' '- (......"1..... .N tv.. ...(.;"

I4, : .'. Ins! tbe'laat bree,mtaates. of tbe visit,, .{ %:: button"' Jtwere* an trlata'oCY .ladles and gentlemen .Itt" ; :- ,. '.* 1.... .1i= "... ,,":T J-"" ... _,
eirno.t.jegjFBtjataan'l' 'I NoltCheo. 'than,,upon those ot flesh sad blood. IJD 'utac1elp1i1&Pre.r'.f,/ .ir ...... ; 'tFD.-: : .
t f"- .
i area' ti -& ; ..
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, te.Warwlck- eplgrsm ;! : w ? per;: ona nnnattons, were uncbtaifeable . ..-., - . ;
'k dera.'not fn splteot.n . "" w t'
: of ;\.i. Not That Brand. ( ; . I' ,' ""
t '/ < To offer the Stamp every: tJueldh aa .a.atonsearved.deckr Barry' ', 4 : r eH.W -- :, Antk ;.i..Lri.u: 7i

a : +:i. ter ahA'e Is Stamen i11J at In th.I4.r.Chea:1t ilh''himself:He tries They"spent their honeymoon in '$ark. Chester Idle'\ because be'wi"i ." .aU'A.; : 'JM.-i ,at'aid71I1CJi.peral1lo.: Met I $;: o/; I ktfes ,

::1t,. bja>bet to forge his'origin, arid an<<- It ralOed.'and' before ten day were eoln.tbol1gb: llght.- :'not necessarily\ ''I tr;. asked the linguist.' :. Significance ...

4:" ced*-Juat-fufflciently'..well tomake ,ever,-Mr Chester. hall ceased to repress'. be bad.-pt"e him time, and under (fffl aID n .'hdd the ,dlot.< J'J'can : ,::); :f.. 'ij-

: # U.o. :his.yawns or gild over his'expletlves,1a Influence of DaphhVs'atfeetlon'tbing>; 1 mtlCbt:l.. E1tcUtb If.I.w-aot .. ,' .... \ \ ",.
.rern&mbvfe .
q ', L.1'1)r.dt yon <["lt":'please M* "beaVen"tooftejI'Annt his bride's pveaence.:3Utat this: ,came ..would yefr ome>atritght?+Mever-BIl! .e \oot: ) IJi \\ w.1M 8> 1r''>Ch.tterto. ,n.;.' : TOME T--; > ;

;, *ponfurther visit to the old aunt. at Theodora bad nd belief la men touting I "It 'la a very fine language," said ,1. '''' '

" ; r Lcquafatance$osl !. opinions: Fit r-de-la-Refne-*visit.during which straight t ho.had once sunk to taverns I the linguist""condensed, concise. and -- small thing go down to the depth* Just"aa tiny islet* ...
" 'r4rldliefora e.-- .. "It was understood :that preparations; and skittle' Ile7L t {And ( b'-t' finerlends I easily-acquired;- ,. mat be the peak of enormous mountain under the sea' ,lit ,
LSndntl .
wagverBarry QbH'IV' :- .tl.ieiTkJn, '8I10u1d"b. set tnrfootfor ,,,.as ..toNshls lnterfStthronetf.tUe.Warwickshire .' ** lo''doi b' sald1 lk.'idfot,._ "But 'is a totake off one's hat In the drawing-ruom*,: .

+i \" ter had" ;.contrlred excuse* tor paying: ,the..couibig ezpdn!* Virginia, >St.mer"l, don't be. 1 doa'ty car 'pr rj>pt e
. '. 'Awo more >Aft.ruoon-tints"ut'Quefa Weeks. however, gllded awayMnte"paontba. : Ileve,", .JSnUi'Theodora tY *.Utar.t.-with"kindling CathoUo.--Muj'Oti. ;: :. .. ,- trivial-or tragle-aecotdlng-at;-they .taD4..1or..cer1aJa.tronc.: ,, .

'*"; :nee..bis attractions each time enhanced the. barvest-wag gatbere4,la,' s.:> ere;"! tlir.-BJUTy Chester c;,.- qn. .u. strong desires In' men' and women. *Wear your,hat' befo>e .

:l' fcy. the smart hired dogenrt *betaU en tne russets'..of late-autumn', cany, to knows. .a Warwickshire Htnmer b; I'Unobtalnaije' > lady and you''bVo saUnha.rshe 1*'not svUdyf Toa have 'bL
< a
>. t?**
.r < .> '-flleclCt.ana.mock,private.:livery..cBy. settltf'anTfleld, hedgerow! "' ::.and.still sight ,And:the,Jbelnoasneas of bin 'I .... '1'he. Doctor's JWlfei3'WelJ.!" ''jane, :_J Sieitroyed'tbe'wbole tructure\pt! fclvillesttonvawhich; she' 1; ,

;L tMT ftT": t:arrortnlgBt:imad growTatar1jbe Mr., Barry ,Chester' projects ,took :no crime really swept away any lingering. ToarTWOTHnrsband's at last. stand Tell' n'JD It'that he.,,must not\,''vote_. ..--erir' "

an\ accepted thing that.the aroundS young definite form7:'::-TJa/-ne" began; at Umes, scruple or.pity she might. yet havejelt;. Didn't )011.,1". him his m.dlelneproperty"rO. probably be angry even if he,doe.not want to. >pr yotv'are teulA.blm' that*i"he

'..''manlei4.aaRalno.notPaytat.DPbna.should conitantlyboveri: : .to talk abeut'a steeplechase ou.Quer. c toward'.;.....,.the.." enlprtt' "r I II | '' fir *" r ;" lanot .._'man' at all:: You are tnrningtU-utot the' clubtbe.eoare.and. ,,., o

_. .t.could bewailedWrl hen C m"D10'1f"1Jttbe""eoming.:..pID" I '!'"- C" lttitJ.. _''N e4.'QI"r__ _: ... :- ,Janer1-"Ah, 'poor dear.. how, could brotherly' aaoclatlon wb'olTta' neeesaary to male ':T asum It 'up'la OD',$,.._
:atte'tttions that, about fiat race In July aftera whileto IT, Doctor, said as how It was to betook : are, chocking him.out ol the public house.J.That very fUhtly.:
'4.c ;'' <3u8.but/ always finding some rea'eon dlacuM the wisdom of starting forIWlnia Rudene-;; at the: Veashore ':I Is'i con tiT.a.. recumbent positionan' 'I ,at pbraie'hi,; 'you.en'I lUty. But the sensibilities *' 'the''Woman's.. quits'.differ- .
{ necessitated hlpending long '. shocks |
yternooarnTSteteagetaher'seftbJ that ,. fit ..}Ir Colonlanife<,' .. .. ... . a deueed, Cre_ : t.-t1. "'! :' ,I 'adn't"got olle.* I asked-Mr*. 'Green ant and demand'jnu.lte;' ;different cqlletd.raUoo-.A.Dd"l\e one will ever "begui ,

J J cgs'r; .- chance.even for a 'man ,wltn: Capital.Just I to lend :me"on>: She said, she, 'sd 'to nndcrtand men' Qnd<< .women'tHn'he.understands this.fact: That every.maiv ,

: fa hood7 -x much to tie I) gained:In the oldcountry but It,WILe broke '8a It. 'be a lad, lot .
: a* "Edeking'omce': Is an lacort.lIle., dlsease oaer w.r.. nogood."VjTheSketch. :mualTbe" .a_maa,.ut-eTerr woman.must .l' ... j
t,7i r. t.BntdmatHaumodfBodordlctvln.ti as abread: ,a fellow.hadpa!! ..with ] .(:' "' ,.. .
. ; ". "*,. ., : some.. menu \ ..1..11 ---eel. \- ".... \ .,' ..:.t'. F- .. '
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The, t Kissiwwee, YaHey. I matte,:1 I Those.:Kissirnmeedn who have x .ip Summa cbarKetheadver-_. rtlme.-t ,\; i I, .'

PUBLISHED fcYEirY FRIDAY; thaingtitKlm.immee'sadvaotsg, -.JlI S ."Nl -'A I L"BPT I r'

make. roUtaka" if they do not'pay just : 1 ,.
;: In Valley Gazette Builds i i"Or '
4 Office' j > as ranch attention to setting forth the NJlvIvriitJ: : : ; .;.
t[ "'::1I.08CEXL !{TY. FLA. facts relative tbeolimaieto be found :
: Jo .
i r. .. "
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herein ,the summer as WAn as In the . J

W. M. HARRIS; Editor a.d jProp'r.Omoopy.oM winter month. .' . ,. t .. -- -+.. '
-- I' ... ;
... t There in- not a perjiiin who has peat\ -
--.aUJl8ClUJ'TION B.tZ8c 4 .. .. '
.' ....., .... .... - .u'nUler-ftl-K -butwhowUltemtsfy --_ ., '-- -= -",:" -- u
BiMeopy.MXmonthi p..e.r.. ". ...... .. ..11 11 00Air <. _that they'suffered lens from! heat 91' .,' 8 to 60 Penny 8 lbs-'for ':25 --Cents-- 'i
.5'. .. ...
On asps,UTM. .'''j', ....116... here than' anywhere*llse Jn' lheUnlteState < ., ,,' ,

*.- chanced; !. to. .be.,, :...ina__ t '
; .. t IM 3 '
i 25 Cents
ooravmnlcatliMia;; "utvepl fratn Qi iuthorr..d -- :Is 'the: :time : to 6 .felin-Y-4 7-Lbs-fo
: =
comBpandanU.b.tlicim) by hi wriUK.toiwted range of-mountain and av'a Verjpjilglaltitude .8'-- ; "to:8 ; = : ::
matter will not b. ratumudanlM.. ylb those places Jtliinueh .. ;. ". -.-
.1 -
:. I for:: :.-.- _ .:..- warmer during the middle of the day pare the Children .i > 1- _
,'at. th.;Pontofltoc.In JtlMimiiM' *. FU..maJ than I IU iu I this city.: '_ '" .". .._ ''" i-.
r.--,acondelW Ll.t!inatwr- ;--:.:: T .With-theM4rptiV>n '<,f .slew nightsin iorsch'ooi.; ',A good; : ', .- -j
: = -
the early.partof Juiv it hi necessary l Cur oti Other Uoo
y; Friday, August 28,. 1908.. to ilfot I >|jJ under cover if one WOId: be line of Ginghanirn8th ;, Stoek-for-CasI.u- ,

: comfrrrtn filer and-d d ring : Desire.. Reduce. .-. ..: '> ',
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k: Kiaslmroee Is going to the head oft Is usually, "a-good J biVene ;fri> 22 : . ; .... ...I: 7s

'the class. You t-an't mop' I ty, .<> get There are fewer mosquitoes Iti'Kls- . ...i.. r''
S.; : and Per- t-
have been peryard.
slmmofl anywher we. '
I I'Inw harness and help bull the load. ,

"> The man who knocks hlc tow$ In. a during'pfUv' the!: much mmiiner over", odd Mils we lielniaplielw have traveled *.-: S; 2. cotes 'are cheaper. S W. B. Mil: kins on, Co; ;

I bad cltl eD. and the sooner the undei- : and the satire can Im Hiilil' or those p>>\f.

baker 1.11 Wu'.. off the. nicloiiM Hitccig--/Hies un ; SJ'11o't_ ..._ --.__- --- _.. / "r.VVVV .8, j .
town will bo." --
. cTo.m. and .the health of the commuuKv jmc- Stock, 1For

.A AppleVard'' has' announced his'candidacy passes that of any other city In the o ............ ........ AT ........ ........... To Reduce :
for Seoretary of the Senate United) I .
That m.n'...()u1dn.t be happy unlens he Those who live In the north and west 0" 0 -

was running for something.i , are of the opinion! tha life here In the o ..0 .1
summertime' IH. almomtunbcafable, and White. .. Shirt.. Waists.. worth, $3.2b reduced.. .to.. ., ,.239

5V w -' i Atlarfta Is to have a "Sheath gown consequently few venture down here S'I S' ?' .. .. .. 'J.OO 2.75 u" . . 199 2 29
I K Z .. .. .. .. .
t :; :
'raatiuee otiT, That old 2.85 u .
for womeiv before winter sets In. but hose who : 2 1ft.
.. .. .. .. ,
: ". : : 89'
town must .. hard pushed, when it Is >> 2.60 1 t
t u have heel l foiivd on account of biiiti- 8 CashCommencing .. .. .. .. ,. . .
forced to such form of advertising.. ness to come'to KU,iininpi during the '- .. .. .. .. 2.25 2.00 .. V 1 78'
... .. .. .. .. .. 1 69
juonths book with thcindJtTereiit .VVVVV VVVVVV I.H6 It
jiuiumei' carry 1 65
y' .V 1 1V
.. .. .. ..
Senator A 1<1 rich will nowuiI11aHi! ---?- -- 1.8S "
\ Ideas, arid the general' public 14'7,7
> .. .. .. .. '
a how w run the finance* In America.! \I. ,; 1433 .
; a mind should be made acquaintedwith -. .. .. ..
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For the pat month he has be ii hob- the condition on'l as they really exist.' .. .. .. .. \1.0ftl.fiO( " . . 1 39 F

Lobbing with Lombard street bankera.'r Highly liahlpM; dle) l from heat inChlvagiLtune .. .. .. .. *. il -.119 Stt
MONDAY .. .. .. 1.2ftW ..
-- :
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I last week, but !
day a iierson
.. .. .. .. .. ..
i They prohibition duet! not .
say pro- 75 59
known tAJ '
has\ nevernfen be overcomealum .. .. .. .. R .. :
AUG. 10
''L hlbit In Atlanta. ,Vhatj that town heat in KlHniniin. ee. Ten personsIn 44
needs make thelawettlve' 1'II
< !! an .
Phll&tI-.I00'a. clue !in Pittsburg, -TO- "
officer such ad. Sheriff Prevail of .this
h eleven !to );f'W York and seven in St Our entire Stock of Embroideries and Laces will be sold at Cost tY

county. _. _.. Louis lad l from heat in ,
--.-_,- dr"m.,1 one for the next thirty days. '
')a.-\' thin month. At the' same time'we '
tellow ,Uj Texas who ""
gave a
K XJrO-Democratic earn''JI hlo-l"nd we're.sleeping. under cover I Ip Klstfimmcw /IT..4. F'A.- H. C._STANFORD CO.

" stulT, and President in keep warm.
Is made of the rlirht .
... .
Kh811lf see Is an ideal summer as
Pnal-.hQlldEot, overlook him
'A lit pie.-- well k... a winter resort and the Hoard
P..lnlrthe %... '
= of Traiie should so advertise it. *I
r' Those workingmen who are followers POUND -

ers \be Hearst party. work tbelr The Cincinnati Enquirer la opposing I ; z :
mouth and their fellow. ThoM j who Bryan. The owner of Chat paper has VIA -

work with their bands will follow theadvla For twenty years been' t.rllol1' to break ::1' .

of.....t grand old mao,' Samuel into'high/ office through the Democratic ATLANTIC COASTLINE

Oonper, and vote for Urjrsn. door, but always failed because he ;
in October
'. was considered too crooked to trust. I Monday : i
4 Another wad of hard-earned American Special Trin/vVill leave Kissimmee at 7:41 .
dollars 'is to be spent: to bolster up Teachers' pxaraJnaHon. _
a.I{t 1i., and leave ampa returning at 6 p. tn.
decaying This time it Is a IN PURCHASING YOUR
The regular September: ezamlnatiAn $ SCHOOL SUP'j" r'
+ 4 girt who onjnp-wfts named Oladys Van- for' teachers will be held at the courthouse - $ PLIES DON'T FORGET THAT WE I
.f 1 derbUt that IsVolox to give uj tlI WOO-! : beginning; Tuesday. September Tickets limited to day of sale.C. .
1st. The same text-book wilt be used CARRY A FULL LINE. ItKissimmeePrug
.000 for a clace la Austria In whloli to
ll'stv as at the June examination. Applicants .
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., Douse her a bouybtea r1 titled, ,hubby.' ; I and paper are requested and .! examination to bring pens fee., ink' F, PARKER. J.'G. KiRKLAND.. .. I il'f" \

f3' We aN i Informed that the panic-hit Company
1 ..W. J. SEARS Supt.Laundry. Ticket Agent Ki&slmmee. Div. Pass. Agt.. Tampa. :
r banks are all right again. Panic or .- --- --
Ld 'no.panic our bank Is alwaysall right.It .:
The agency for the. White Star ----- &'.
did not send its depoalwrl'moDe"
laundry' I is now at. the Home Store. BUDDED TREES; .! .
*' and .. ._ I. A
i. to New York .,111. At a premium *u<3 If yOu Irish! !n hate the bov. callon '-

t *.and< _tben,lnuethem.cripEsa! did many you weekly., just ring up 154, and .afar t. .na atk to aa.
e' banks in the south. * you will be put on our list, and} called c
;I+ _.. on weekly. The work is all done In Islesworth Nur.series- W

The delinquent tax. list la Oaoeola. an efficient. mannerand-*** Tampa rJ J. TDO J pSD1'-i Qlit1.f r rI

""county; this year pql,.', occupied...- prices.t _, CHASE &.CO.;PPnPRn"rias. J.W.. H9AHO, AGRNT t

half column while In other counties. In Now is the' time to plant your garden We will have ready for next Fail and Winter plantings 'general) I .' _, r I -' All Kinds, of Framer
Florida t It required from one and a and Crenshaw Broji. Seed Co., ) i I
assortment of OangA'atid! Grapefruit Trees of all leading varie {C'
' tbree'pages in the local papersto Tampa. Fla., I II the place to get jour ties. Our I trees ure budded on good healthy rough Lemon and ; J* I MINERAL DI.R E ..TOR'i I i ' .,'.,,,...: t. '

.advertIs* .Vthos: rwbo ,bad not paid seed. They hay, true Bermuda onion Sour Orange roots,'guaranteed free from Inseettrpestis of any kind. t t. LICENSED EMBALMERJ I 1'j \ ". jI ,
set and seeds absolutely pure stock, All )budded from hearing trees in our groves and therefore true to .:
their taxes.'That is pretty good evldenoe and don f forget they have FRKSH garden j
name. Our fncllltles for growing.nurserptyuk&, esp second to I I Prompt attention Given to X '
1r' of the. prosperity prevAIllnlr'ln&h1.OOUDL1. and flower seed and poultry sup aDd fine and twenty ;:,'1
none our trees are an ,as mosey year's experience -
21-., 4 orders sent mail '
plies. aug Can produce. We are making specialty' this Reason of the 'Also Nice-Line of Ladies', and \ by or i' 1: \
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---- famous California Valencia Late which Is destined to become the telegraph e 'i, :
vI- A man upin Connecticut has solved : greatest money-maker In Florida. Our Valencia bud. come direct - oC Gents' Burial Robes. : .
"the J-aUfog from the bent bearing>ell in the district now famous for ,irrnduclng .
problem of- potatoes aboveand the best Valencia. In California.. t Residence West Side of t .,. .t,
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belo"t.be_ ground on , same PKQNE 78. Court House .
-' .v'fne, One ,times were so.. hard up Writefor J. W. HOARD.Ootha., Fla., or call and see our Nur j Squate.NORTH "

.,there the people were_forced ,to make44tznets' series at Waco oh Florida'Midland R. R.'KisslmmeeWa ......sass.A.:'.,dr/keml+fk c ILe.erer.jitatilu.a .tm.1lk ,:. r. '

oui'of .! ..... .
wood, but we never - >
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ibolilthr.) ttieylvouldleaClriunb( nnre' g Works tf'll arr'w' 'g'IFrgagr'fl". 4 ..ur- ..IF'lr.pp............. !: -'
of dlat.rea.Iobat.. potato vines would be r ,
put to doing double duty. : J KISSSIMMEE. .' { :
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...The first issu of the 8 abfoi t Herald.: t 'Jr"l; "
"r wlth; Mr R. J,, Holly ai managing Under New Management, with Thorough Experience'and Up-,\o-Date.

'N itor, Disk been'received, and contains ., -Blackiarpith,' Wheelwright'and Horseshoer, i'.o' W. Griffin $ : l
:twelve pagvIt I.:.a good paper, a Wheelwrtgh and'.HorseshoeinE''

splendid) 'paperreOect"" : ,credlLpnWr. s3wwt All. Kinds '. Work: '
Holly and on.Sanfordrand ahQlld'reoebe' "a Specialty. Fancy Family groceries;
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tbe most liberal patronageJtrom ..
local merchant&; A paper suph"iUTifif + } ALL, WORK GUARANTEEpTO:; ,SATISFY.I .. .

.. Herald.Is. town-builder,. and ; , ,t A. _ t '. : '. Fresh Meats_ : = _

wf' the Celery'City ,U.. rcrrtnnat ,in. Mr.Holly : Paint and Paper S.nclt YMf-JTr** sffc. TaTII-IIMCLT' .
ab.d R IMIItpry livery Day at Hour. ,
Patronage '
any Solicited.
deciding to locate there. Will rraaY.. Vf a' tJ VT111,,1 *7 JL 4.

'" lnoprO and pmt ct your bouse. ..... ms...dc.lrallrml\dL ..a.. .-.>1kr. \; I
.fit r, Kiss smee 1. forging ahead. at. arapid.'peoa. I will be pleaord to hrfnvatjf, 1907 ----s -' ,'" "I

+ .: Last week 'a Board of ample hook tor sour house-and' G.. F. KRI B B S, ,-. - Ao.: -- _... 'fr.(', .
mak any suggestions.InTh: latestdieor.Linna 0' "
y -Tracie war'oranized with 'a strong that you may lesire) .V-AT-LW"; "" '''''' ''''' -. .: I
.c membership,"comprising all'the prom- 'Drop me a card and I will cheerfully ATTOHN ;., )..::.;....;.,,: .-

.-,,! .toe.tcitizens of the town'Ouette, -fyrnUh! etlm.".te"on. p-pep- Office !ill the Court Mquee-'Kis... !.,A. CAKSON. Pr* : N. C. ....A......._..*.*.,." ,* fI\

.v 4 is riolog I It* full share,in Awakening: and pat*,ting.'' t. : v -s ; V; ; simmee.. Florida. 'ra, : : ,.E' : 1j;

>> -: -.=-_ .thpeopl* V9 : grtatec. :..adyanoeiDeottvand hots ui!_...;, .......I..a1ed..ln.Lb- : ,f!
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kE trial of cituae* the law firm of
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I look and'artIanwlls: to.ralseV I Matsev & snots, 'ofO'jando' i: SlCarson : Ji
the welerwsj.. tbereabotiti that all-the- ,... ktv.rypukagebasb.hiadistNr i p taUoooaa .
ORLANDO::FLORIDA;, I : __ ... ) m'I ** boo**wlxiae Oual.eaa sUukdards a to . f- -,i
v, .1{, : ssr-roitid j navigation >otthi lakes 1 __ .. "i ,' . ". $ wbawl. atN n.a.rsh ;z5cIOc.EJrES
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csesis rivers OkeeoeobeusndTM ; r. '
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& thence to. the Gulf be WiWAMW'NWNVPJU.. .LIn.u.: .'
mat mainta dj; Ir;=: :
"' A.y.'U.C.A, U also yropo.ed.-San-t 'Have Jemutileriwl your KU-icrnf HIT I W.l. .JBI' DUlOD ,..._ .. --I: -
v i "forcrtIeralt" ; ' Ton avetauked' Tour uerou..ter..aadp..etsreub'.wthr.twkide.ys sod bi.ddrt 1 a N..FIRRV *> >' ...,. "
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( ..For, a, newspaper to keep .Ylrlal y muse.-1.11' elM l'.he 0)1 'T ,1tepwar t----- COUNTY ACBMTS PO : .
."".Ire to ra.u arpn-r, U. II\!\.. Kxl.", -
Ugly hamiueflnif '>waj'about patron.ft Ip l4 .1,. .!LJ'\-A 9 egQis ru mj '' County I I A 'Y' ': -

.JxtM..Io.-J\l4Ut.'l;! \! ...W whoop- up the . \ :REAL 'ESTATE II tII J Celebrated .Fertllteet,. ,.( CRATES; r 4'GRAIN
Clorin the --
sv of towo where" it i* pubjlsb- ---- a '
> prate about the p"bll>sptrltd T Notice.: f" '1tislr f CompanyS. j E', T',,.(;';" ly
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Ay '.... of it* eltlzens,to laud I.. health '.At'the'rejfular' (ineetlng'of. thVcitjr e. A............ .. .. .., }
/1, ..,end preach of It.*progresstyeness' and Council August 4tu, 19CW, the so4ven KISSIMMEE.. FLORID. H. BULLOCK. MAMAOIR. /If\- I .';':-
loalruct.ed. woi-lr in-North .. .
gerwab ,100
.: "tbea Cd" bay's th. 'I busInesV anon who "
? Kisatromee( on Tuesdays and South ...... ,. 4Country
'A:;!I '- "reap tIM' -reward-of persverenoeSi Klsslmmee on .Thursdays.. ; devoting "BojTht'Oeeeola aI Kolak.. Title* examine e _reported on if HIDES: FUI-i.zaUQ: $:
;'aJooc' hoisUDiuiend'ou," of town tor.their rest of lime) fc>, ......a work. etc.. Cltlsens -- Taxes: paid for nonresidents. .. L. ; :
<) prt ID",'pI mare for"It and*z.F4' : /urgently'' requested to havetarbsg. PbarmaQv baa secured Instruiheni: relating. : to, real estate'

'.. pang' charge'lo: addition, is tb* sort' barrels'orboxes be the local acsioor for the famous..EaMman'Kodahs. carefully drawa< .. __ : E'roc1'1aos: '
,emptied' on day meotlooed.- : : and now have them! lasbook f a. espeQ2.a1"t ... .:.
: of tang ealeulated'to create. a w.aris -. B, .ordervof Council. ranging in prices from t2 to 9U Correspondence ." ,: ': : ',
>e*..-D.r\ii- >iak:,.Breesei. f' '.3. R. OUJBEBT, Clerk. Buy ODe and( maze your own pictures: ; Solicited (t.f '
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;., : --- The sliank] -end of' the season, to qyote bur friend, Bill ; ;I. We are'exclusive AGENTS for this territory THE. --. 4, '

:'t, \ 'ffye,.will soon be here, and'we do not wanKto* carry :'over' 'J4'ELIJIJOEIJIN KEROSENE LAMP, the light that ]his. more .. I" ;... -j"f.

: our Stock"oJT Refrigerators., and' FreczcrH ante other Summer, : 'lt\Jt! lor' ICSH", 'money; endless) care required to operate It. l
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: '_" 7. .. .goods and 6 -we--\vllrglvetJ e-pubJlc.-tJi--b-( onvholeHalirreiductloiis :.* ,! ailtecd unit-oxplostve.' .110 candfc-npvr, Six: 'hours '. ..:'. ':'-. -

, i , .. ] WA Intend. making! .until all A'ro. dlsposed-of,. rjrO E C T. . .... :
'-'" .1'-. I'',"' _. _nndJndt ,tnsDettlOn. : '- '. XllJUieJU.. &tHnOS.typewrlter Wrltes'two:colors _. "t,..---.... e _,. w..

"?," "' '-' --' :. -"u' Jtte! :yitli'as iVeSyTlT lakenpijeaHiire 1 liiliowlhgr! | our ) ,. Everything' visible all the time. The most perfect ,

otliieT. lluesfeonlslstlnKvof-FurnIture otJall --- .. .
--lnnchhlc-owf.htr.tvrkct. 'Ca.I'--or-III] tallrllfmtHlItr.LUJDEl(1fAIUI.nELLSMITJI ;' ---------------- -" './ '-' _
: 'Ol f'iH'V' re"Tf1; and( AKule Figures ,,).,
ware.Stationeryf Books ) "
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',:._ " : :.nnd-MiislcaLGobds.' >s : "' .nnd._flraphbplioii es-(Columbia), and :all- ..ut.taclnncnhJAnd' J. ', ,,,: J" 4

:'! ..1.\( *1Vo-want tot you Interested In our goods, as we"guarN ...aappJla t.c gs. time. J> -- -.-*, : ; t

' J'' .' antee,;prices and. quality' corts leredr-wIlL, ave you money* NO 'TROUBLE TO SHOW ," .- "' "" '
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J 'Tk6KissimmeeVaIIcu.Gatette Maklnaon.\ \ sell. nail* .lbs'fO. 25c.Gaatman 1 For; )tc1ee. Sbeaib'arger Or . I 1 ,. ., .. lando. \
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,. Kodaks and supplies at Lie
; rt"w ---'-- TELEPHONE N0.11.PIJBLISHEDIJEVERY .' Oaoeola Pharmaov 1 .>. '' J. W. M Uer's csrloadof* 'horses arrived'yesterday. II I-4 .JUSTRECEIVED. A ;FUll LINE OF ,

0. '.. r Fine line 01 pocket. knives at the. !.'" 4 r

;:;;" FRIDAYBY Klatlmmee rDrug.Co. ----- Born, this rrornlng.'to Mr.; and Mrs. 4 1.9 A .

,;, - 4 Fifty piece of new Glnghama jut S.tJUBullock. a'daughter. 4 4 : ROSO

1 I W.liV HA..I.. _ .received at.Ka...'.. v < \ } Born, on Sunday "lat,,, to' Mr.aDd .. I

: :*'* -- "" '. --= Fltt .pieces' of new Glnvham \pit .Mrs. J. M.. Tanner. a son, 4 4t ,' .

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4% { 'A .for w..k ndlnff Than,.. Subrt7J" e'for-McCs11'-Matasine'- I here on* 'a , his uncle Dr. M., J.lllck. I I LViGoods.
: .a .. tttmpT.tur: - W) cent a vear-at A.,S: Gilbert's.- .. I : :
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J. A.Dann is expected'beie.
Ml** Lucille Hugher, of Braden- [

T: 6.h:: I Rain- ..nn.Js.the guest.-oLMlaaNormalrih. from Miami to"spend*" .some. lime'vlsltTngTelallveST" v .? .\.. --- ,....., t I .. - = .

' 1"rIc1a. -I.-70 I I I 81 J. C. Grimn, and' famtlvcaroe) up --A--returned W. Wlnn home and wife last and night two from-children Canned Fruits. ,Jellies Jams, Marmalades,.Vegetables' ,'t
. 707I l.ra.10 from LouR'hm..n. to Spend Sunday with ,
.C imdwMonday.>'. .. :KW 71- 1 1 I I :.S relative month'* stay .at.Green, Spring; ".Lu IU D D iTT ] .. Fish,. Etc. %. .

TmdayWcdmwUy. . ..... '71'' Mia Ruth Junes returned Rbme l Sir. J. W. Miller left last weelc for ,

Tbu .. ....,. ...t Ii 111vn I 71:71 |! ..1 Wedoeatay. from. vlaltwlth. rel..tI..e.In St. Loul.,"Mo., and III'expected back : S l "
'"- .=- : Bartow. '. In a'few days with carload of borae, .1 E.WEIr g RAN D, I R. Floyd # .l

.. .. U.e'Platlk'* Chill TpnlC. Guaran I MIllS Virginia: Tiller, who hasSjeen WATCH REPAIRER. j ,
pendlnggt> summer with relatives t.: :J
teed. Price 25 Sold all
dfUIUlI.L. ull by 7-8 Chattanooga. ," T!'nn-, la. expected'hosetomorrow. Call, and 'see my Line of .Watches. )Jf fI _"\ _..... :: _... ___"':_

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Mr. R L. Woodham, of Narcooaaee.ueot ; of baseball will\) be.f. !
ji THE: LOCAl FIELD. l WetfnPiidav'ln town the'! guest of game play Any article of'Jewelry Promptly Or.11eorecrllpOn. *

Mr.. 'I n Klaaim- '*- PraiMcnt. ........ ...101..1. e..l.t.ryt t-S\
AU ,parti** desiring palmetto tree. mce'a second nine. BICYCLE SUNDRIES.:
r:J ""WVaN""" .... '". for them from.C..p )V
planting can sraiire Mr. Murnloe Tlndall, of the Nar0005905 r L "
;.'-:.7, Wade the Tuner. Orlando, !-. Clay Johnson/ , section was in town Mondayand J
Mr. W. O. Uankins. chemist for the report East Lake up about four- LUMBER
":w r Od to Makinaon's for nails. Tampa. Drug Co.. spent Sunday with teen Inches since the recent ralna.Mra. City Meat MarketNOW CO... I

z..:' Dwellings, for rent. Apply to M. Mr. A. B. Jarmll. Mr. Hankins days S. J. Lightsey topped over "
i.:;,: Tiller. citiesin and spent the. day here yefterday on 'J ,' ,, ,
,. ';, McCall. Pattern. for sale by A. S. I! the way to her noire iu. .. Bartow after OPENNORTIt (
: T ': Gilbert. : Mr. W M. Mo ely, of Got&a, peat ao uulinif spent in Atlanta and at Indian '-"'
Saturday and Sunday In town. will Spring; Ga. .. '. Rough and Dressed:
If,,' Fifty piece. of'neW'' Gingham jutreceived aodexpec..a K1SSIMMEE ,
..'1 at Kau's. bas rented the Van Uucor cottage Mr. W. B, MaklQion returned .
to move. hi. family here In a i
home Saturday night from hi. northern '
"1tJ \ curtain. and figured lawn at, short. time I trip. Mr*. Makin'ou and two PHONE. 87 j Pine Lumber. ,
'' IfLace at Stanford's. Mr. D. J. Shaw returned to his du-< children, who had been.aJ pesd1ng several i ; "-

t.. Home Store are agent.* for the tien in the Tampa Dally Times oftloe, weeks with relstre .M..r.1J"j>d. Beef. .
. White Scar i.&undry..Pho 154.: where be bold a responsible position joined him there and came back with Fresh' Pork Mutton

.. drug "'ter.. week'. outing with. friend. here him.
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J. Z. Roberaon moved hi
and at. Narooosse MUs Mamie Prather. or Clinton, S FREE DELIVERY '
': store Into bis new building yesterday.
'" recently C., returned from her vacation on HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY=: : ,, r
;. I Mrs: C. W. Campbell ,
r '" Forty,rolls of matting at boat, for Tuesday and will againoe numberedamong ..
united with tbe Pretbyterlau .church ..
cah. 1! S. C. O. IIDW. Co.
3$ .
Onceola's popular teacher I
", ,; wa*. baptized. Into that faith by Immersion W W. CARSON,, DD.. S
1 1> Wagon And buggy umbrella forJIL at the cUy doqir-...1. Sunday She is at present' i.loiplng. with| her : l . "
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mr*. C. E. -.VaNKN'NN11 ''"'' 1r111ANN.VNrNtj)
;;= sale by J. J. Dann. auc 14-tf afternoon. Rev. J. K. Nutting p... i
Flaming Pocket LllthLe.-Jcolted tor conducted the oernroonie. Franklin. DENTAL PARLORSAT j .

. I. : } : "-l'A without matohoa or Hr... R... tit r- siKiaslmmee rur. D. 0, Lee returned<< home from Buy, yuur'wunumeo;'- 'ano tombs. of 'youth StablesEJL. :]
Drug Co. Georgia. Wednesday night,' wbere he BV J Terry, the builder of same, and ORAVttTONB, HOTEL tRO..I I 1Siinny -r--
saveithe agent's of percent
had been .psnding/ -the past few Meek
_-,_,_Mr-4., of Mloanopy H. Alison, and are Infant vlaltlog daughter Mr. on a vacation.. .e, left Mrs. Lee at and 'look Let over me .our hear finished from OFFICa. 'HOURS. j .*1 TO TO 1?. "P"O"'I) i) . _ ...

and Mr'..;'J. L.. Moon. .... Gainesville and -reports health.that She I I... Y" F. J. TKRRY.aug . . H, 1NQRAM., Proprietor:, $.
verymuch. : unproved to .'', \ V' k r '. .
Moon 21-ltoo Orlando Fla.t,
baa returned '
,41 'Miss -
.:... from extended visit to relative Fort ;SALREIffhty acre l| miles the DR: E:: FAKERS, i : f
an- house Now I is time to plant yOur gar: . I
town five-room 35 ,
IrorQ good
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ryt t and friends in Georgia. budded : trees.; Price71101:30 den *nd .Crenahaw Bro.i! Seed Co., f1 j .
.t. Mr M. U. Porter leave. tomorrow* cash balance on easy term Tampa ..I..., la the place to get your
for Toledo. O., to:attend the .annual. \ U. L. STABUNQ.Slrfger seed They have true Bermuda onion OBlce over, Orlando Bank and Trust -11. ,I' .. ...... I0a
, ..... .: Reunion. o( the G. A. ft.- ' -- -' .Wheeler Wilson sets .and'seed absolutely pure .stock .Co.' 1 Phone 73" .*. .-.-..--....,..---..- ,
.' and & sewing and don't fora-M't.hey have FRESH!: garden % '
''' Mr. H. A.'Msitbewa, who bas recent- machines"-can now be had at-the. and flower seed and toultr r-sup- Crown, Bridge and Porcelean 'work. Well equipped-with New Stock'and Vehicles.. and '
IT moved from Mulberry to Lakeland nom,$tor6,- and also all supplies for plies., 7 a'MI. .. 21-4t Specialty. r;
t,. ""pfpeot Wednesday. In town; these. celebrated machines. They are NOTE,.-Those- 'desiringmy' services prepared to- meet-all--demand. with .Perfoctiactiou. Satiis ,
.tf.; In than Other. high-, ** Adeline !> megan returned 'should make ad. .
We now have In dock a plendU. no higher price : home Monday from Waldo-"where she: -arradgment in ,. .
grade machined: and"their sterling -
r stationery.Kisslmwee quality. is ice well known to need-oom- bad been.vlilttng her brother Ed,-who vance.ORLANDO '
hold a lucrative position Iho ,the Seaboard FLA.DRV :; .

Capt. J..P. Sharp returned'to Jack-: meta.Messrs. shops at that places 'The.latter .: .HEAVY'HAU tNQI1'A' 8PEClAtTYvjr *.
' Wednesday after a ten days' .'"Doo" and John LljfbUey came borne with herL returning his : I LESLIE W' WEEDONSpeciali : 1- ;
visit. here with his family. and Julian Monidoca-were here Monday work on Tueiday. Repreaen>atlve A. ( ..vw.o. "" ""
from the LIII1J,1e1.Par.oJl.r..oohewl&b R.: Donegan met them In Orlando with .' '3'
The CbrUtlan''' and Missionary, Al eighty head of fine beet cattle. Y .;LoU'I auto, and saved them ..eyoerai . ? I T= n e;, Ear.NQse' -- ,
-, ;:liana will meet at their hall Iq North" which they. '.jld.-to'.Itall' Ba..- -btrDe: b u.-.t.waft fori.he traior- f' 'l V f 't ;.Fertltizers -
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'l&sslmmee next el Y'btKb&n.; and Throat.t .'.. -" I 1
I 7'. used in hi. butchering business. 'InTampa. '. Brick a'i: umber for'"the 'High :,' ; ; . .
{ co' "Foa SAI.JD-A good', family horse .' School building are ar- : I iy
', perfectly gentle and will work any. J. H..Walker Countr Commlsaloner river-Owing wvthe fact that the engine Private Hosoital. POR CITRUS AND'ALL'OTHER'CROPS., '
."' where. Apply to P.,. D,OoTLAW.. of Qaceola county, anddaughter.. Miss)would not take the short curve on the . AmericJCn National I "!>< t:" "" ,
"' ,3e.*le, and M..... William Underbill? spur track.. : ,' however.- it has, been Impossible Bank' Bulldine..Tampa.;, -' --0'j
haven, of Basilnger,were In Fort Pierce yesterday a. yeL'to. get. the .material to . '
colladlum. en r6uta to HoPtiprlegs, Ark, the ground, -"Thiwill be remedied :( /
: shrubbery. :
.DM, '
a, : wbere they will spend:.month. and VJiia, afternoon .when.another 'engine : .' ERW1TR :
'l ," 'Vi'e--are"making; i exceedingly; close wU! later 6U>the mountain bf North will be sent down from.. Sanford.. ,. .. : .
prices on furniture for the, next sixty Carolina.;: :;-'Fort Pierce:}ribuha " i: Mr: 'Will' Moaeley'came"down. bn I.. ."' ; v, '
sr' ..... dsyr.- for' cash.U.. C.:G. How f;o. .;. Mr. Frank Collleriazrotny friends: the Midland Wednesday, bringing, his w. LT W1NN, tINEEOT"ICIDES. 1:
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, ::. FpB SAIJB-At a bargain small 6re1 around town were pleased to-see him familyand :household goods and Is '/.' .*_ ? f .-- -, . I'i 1 comfortably domiciled in the Van, TRIOAw Axo.. "' cnto Ow. .
.proof. safe In good condition. .r\ able .lOlbe. out. Wedoe.a.J\.fte..hia now .
DuEor Mr.. Moseley will be -
; tiw..TnUIWAN.tovawoo1 confinement. 'Mr.- Collier has cottage.< "
long '
." -- In the employ of.-Chee.4 Company ::".-.......--. --. :'\:.. M" LEE--KISSIMMEE
been 111 for over three months and his .
delivered town1 .
> In. atM 'district. *%int daring the frultahlppmr ___---r _. I. .
_ SKOO strand, drive around town with 'Dr. Ricks M : .. Ii
'"per Wednesday morning was his' "rat timeout *.uo'D..+ He thinks Chasm ACompany .. ... AOENT FOR :;,
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will fruit J. SIMPSON
he was taken; DK. .
P 1 .K r:>y-'. _ApI 'lt'of progress, hs.Illkeu bold* Now 1.'ihtf'tlnv."td*pl'nt. lour Oarden next month' posslblv. by the 16th,,, ? "" if- SaDdecsFcnilJzer' Cospjny JacksoHvillc, I Fla.
te -f of our citizens such: as was never ex .CaptrtTraiik: T .msnwboae .boatlad DENTIST ,.
'In the. tbeT 'and;rCrohaw.Y BrointXeed Co? '4"Up .f bat '*- ,
J"p .ibefore. history ol' ., : ---- !17 "TTMy r. = _
barges-are bullt.wlth II specially -
\ .. .... ... Tamper: Fla., is the place to get your- t lr 'la.KftU Building. ..
_\OrD '!> ... heed. They have true.Bermudaonion. I' light draft for us. in low water. fi '7'.w -" '-; -" '" " -. .;- -" -

IF'b ,, .fa;:: :.Mrr; Ffank l Vans'Agnew returned to sets. and seed absolutely pure stock, as at' present, bas,continued air sum HoUr .1 v I.' .:&I&J ,
-r 1 Coronado Beach Wednesday; where be and don't forget. they have naB car-', mer to make: regular-.trips t.o. the.hing'osmpe'.hing'osmpe omo.. } Is3o S:

1J L' will spend he next two 'weeksbathing. .... ; .den and! flower seed and. p. down the river* and DOW I ;T.lepboD.1fO. 16 '* Jun /.lyr r ;
_:....' ,II.btD". ...;,, *" ""' --; '- phew-, 'wg,2t41.Mr -"- that toe water h..I..D' ,-a few Inches intl. "'JI- ''JOEY IL..U. =tr. a. CARSON. i "
: ;"a'i W.Weer x " ; be began lass waek ,)E..ndlo..bla trips ., '" ........... 'to .._.........., .::q ca.......' .4
CI J.fcwn ; 0 BeggsrV; rCiFlan"do ; "a former"resi(. jN'Jfw '
4" ; ilf. ; > ,; 1 j to Basslnger. Captain Frank left ye- ':jA. YAN3'. ( '
J;:: ''1D' Wednesday alternoonon '.le.- dent;of a this county; who'has been In Ier4 ay afLerQOOI -wl ._a_loadot. sup. !. .J. .. '"I A< . >>1 '. ,.t'"', St't. Bank OJ: .ssmmee .

1v:, business'before Special;' Master,. '.-G-., 'the'< trucking bulnes on : the Eta:! piles for that port.; '., r-;.. ......:.. .':':. .. .r
VKrlbba. .M? for- ,: ?
Tbe committee, for tbs. -1'IATTO airsratriA w.. ...,. i "1"K11.811ii1iiee 'Fib"'f- '' -- --- '
"''Sh1Dft. creek k Is said to be.considerably , town this week renew log v old a v+I I 'I ..; .. '. '"
?, qnalntaooes.. Mr Wheeler Is, not altogether .I.I ,4 .. met at the TND.'NOAA Y'PV.I.IC:,,.. I '
up Slnoe.Uie recent rains, .ndl. -Wednesday.venhg and opened .S .N '' r.r.tlYa ,..1 ',.' ", 4{
now pouring quite-. a-1 largo volume. of satisfied. with his ,.present location the bids for erection of"the ;.. \\ ,:IISS111 il\mii 'FxiA'.tl. It' .AJ.IIP. ..t'AL'h'U'.I"; ., aeesbe ,.. '
and is hs will 1 I pro a! ; ;
It probable ;
that "
ka . .. .
L'> water-" 'into fakeudge return to O9! <}*oa) to live.. :.' "]posed new building:,' and'bending oon1dPraUottn .. .. f'. ";($1.eToca00Le5a! uanautY.-, 1.D."I 1.\\ .. v

.::1! r:, Mlllen, a I railroad, promoter if--B rt- ="*.djo1lJ'tte4.11\ : M I1.ITY;,.... .,..... .....' .':' ', -
: tfeveral Interact. We ratrM'to' state thM'Czpt Arch,: .Thursday eveolsg.'At the ImHtur tweak/ .W1.-.CO: ; .. ..
spent I : .rji '' ,
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road halKl Bass Is extremely bad health.HeeamaJnfroro g -- -- ---
again bids consideredand I .
the carefully .
1M. I >flaprojects to log were ) ;; : ar/L Car'I Atr aioe' Erv.i..t. .f..a.ra,_....
: N Tueaday "
4S' : ' '' "" .1'000. It decided to all of them,
Ibe > was reject
t 1.'Ii ,' .. --Okeeohobee section -. ;. : aCOOlllp"&led by fcls -law-M -D.-. :a 1.2w'tn.-n-lt higher than-was autialpa ..:;.,..:....... crIOTAY, .t,1jLJ, ... ,:," ;?.=:,.4. t0..,visa.... ., ,eac.: ...'.-_..... '.t"arm .. .t. at" yM00st, iro r ,

: ;;:.-Getjourcbool.upplle.? 't rQm the JTlndjsU.and Jill son.Lee Bass, to eon' o4.....Tbe ocmmlitee.' J._now -, .:...LSTATJL..AL4.G1I !, .-' '. c '....t AYOOBUWIEE5" : .. .
Klssimmee 7 .CompanyTbey Rivers who baa been : BOI.CTBU.!} 1i
) Drag : -witb-Dr. ,. 'W1.iII. I Its plan, and new bids will)) be keel Eeta'-.ApDt. .
." . ,- arry a'fall.line, and if they haven treating bl.... Bill present Illness arecurrence called for Inra: fewdevFlve.. bids \ ,a- --' ., -.------- .

...'" ""aou, :-- want- ,:'will order' U 'for you.' .., of his old'dropsical trouble.Mr were submitted Z., W. Base,,a .local KISSIMMEE.W> VLORIDA' ,. .n, '.. .'.. .T ; .2.f .

F.iJ. RetHgerators.Icecreatq; ,'lreexers. ;'A. D':Gilbert moved'hi* family. contractor, offering the lowest.OtTare- -". --' .. I [ )0"." tor ,
n f :'>: Hammock, Canopiessad all summer over Paradise. Island last Monday. 4 Active. a. 87.< .' ,,.
\I.ti g- at bargain" price*;-for. and will 8DP .with J. Ik,Moore in ExcDrslI.t1J'! .iap i;.,, ;This would be-anusoal news if rte HEALTH ....ILRSI. PILTSt I IUI.rWtlUaaW ,
"e..b. -IS. C. G..IlDW.r Co. growing vegetables. on the Vane Ag- and women woold keep themselves free ... .
.'- ' Coast ran. ' d' all acbee sad are'r1'S. >iLt.., tadln FIM OtebMH win CM* ../
?MisJBVa :Trasameii; of JAkel.nel. saw farm thla pe son. Mr. Gilbert The Atlantic "Una will an from rbeossatlsm- .1-nttse;' Itoblac eft... U atnorffllMf
R!sister ot Hon. Park Trammel], the will also continue tooperate hla cigar exenrslonfrom Sanford, Orlando and pains as well as keeping their muaole ,The.........-A_ t. 4ot Uv 'tee. ... &M__- .tk.itobiB-_ .*, {
daniooratlo. nominee fop-attortieygenerifl. -,, factor ...4.m supply his customers Tampa On Monday, August aad ioln s.limber with BaUn '. Snow .... w.a.a p- su awe.... Wllq. a _I ".. tri... boaea..u..r.. wllll.rse
.." U vialting tbs{family of .Judge. as heretofore with. Key West. Ha v anas JlUy Tbe 'fare from Klssla.... Llaisan >.>Bold, .by.Roberson',Phan hello..,.W..a. y O.csele ee -rh.rm.ey tb.'-:. Dy JI4Jaa.. r11.of eM yrlret.I..-pr.y.l.d. eold..wir.P11MNeat. by 11IM W J,

ar.1 -".0( ..;:... and smoker,: will' for the round. trtpv.. a.tOl .. .. '. vfs.r1: .1+a/.,.!.bo.. -.''a.-...-..-,.,..'.... .,,, ..- .... P4 rI' v ,g.y1 .
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:f:'_ STE: ; RS .fJ' 'CTATE GLEANINGS. _-. -IOw Je Weather" is. .Foretold I Before.The try!fOhsii ing.' to,.WaV match:.About.the sample" SruptfxiSen ;

'., A lunacy commission at. Pensaoolahas. *
.- of sUlc thff ,clerk asked: .-
adjudged Clifford Tourart Insane, An Elaborate System ,Whose Reports Grow 1 "Is this .apiece of something you ,
th'eman .
'j Are Issued From. Headquarter* Touart is : who shot-and killed ... .
**! .*.. < .( -; :- X JT J'.J, '1U.. wife .af Bagdad?Fla.. several :want don't; wantr-
and More Accurate.
t.T .... j &ua"1, weeks ago. Since the tragedy he has .'Something-, I rant, of otram." r,- !

'. 'become raving maniac 'He' la a ......._....... '..1. . . . .. . It . ..s.I..ts..Piiebis plied the customer You' don't .sup-

HRM) TIYONEWCWAN1ES printing pressman and .membe"of'a Few topics In hot days; have 'been -' system of forecast distrlbwtlon .1\OBe., do you, that I ..ould' go to all acts -.
French family of Pensacolapromi I for thing "can't user c'nty! yet promptly
Dent von the gulf'coaBt. : iU cuail4 more fr'eelythan'the'weatu- )'s'' whollyunder the ...penl.loa' this" trouble a" !! "I : :

er. Fewon. takln'g..up their morning and at iher"Expense of the Government ., "Some said the clerk. cleanses
: Engineer Buford of: putney baa Just 1 ontlio
met ndatber of them. Tb. ,
nave a
Dixie CiMrd frf' duonirille and coraplvted"a survey' 'Jennings. Many pipers who'do not first glance at the afad-ls In addition to and dltUact %-'
Are/Muttered/ who forecast to note the predictions for trim tQ e distribution first-woman I ever.saw _:with that kind,
1 City Company thought they were suburbanites: ell'eded" itte. (
_Th of bee:1n.her. bonnet.'had a ..square., Astern ejjpctuaU$
and not.liable to town-tax And themselves fhe/day.: "These. havenow'cbm.-to be through lha'vprefes assocUtlons and( a

. ,t.5irfc., .within Tthe limIts of the"city* (Y'consiItentl3r'ace1iI'ate"thatthere Is the.* fir newspapers.The -rural. I" asstsfi \\n overcoming' -
; and subjects jto.Jtl. burdens a. well as no longer any surprise In the 'diurnal Ireu.1I "delivery system and rural to match! The scrap of silk was sosmairtHar one,

.T.allahaasoe: .FlaOrdws! : which .Its benefIts' ,' dls2ovry that the Weather: Uureau : telephone lines ,. afford meant of' it was hard to make 'com- habitual conifoctlipnpermanently.T '

.4 will- be of treat I interest to. the members Seville people claim they have -no is right about the "we ther., Whfch bringing within, the ben nts'x>|_'this 'parlsona, but after hauling"' : down half

- ,of the_Florida,. State troops .hive mosquitoes .In their ''city .and do not should make interesting the follow I' system a large number of farming the"'blue bolts on the shelve and. get :its

'recently -been issued this from the. general hav .to-u ..screens,on ,.their WlndpwL. Ing,-dissertation, -ibe.-qulot* .: .unos.tentatlous .-communities.which.before Jt was Im- running to_ Ihe'_door vejreral times to' -'eitrci

General headquarters in city. The retail hardware dealers" of but certain way _n'wblch practicable, to reach with the dally' test the color In, broad "daylight l' n I -
Order .No. 17 publishes' ) ;
Florida have' tormed an organizationto by'tiaoenune.
table showing eaVh articleof military protect their interests to be known this bureau does Its ..worka; work forecasts.The; Independent rural found the exact shade. !

.,."-atores- -Issuedp-- the-1roopI- its aslbSFloridaEetaIi'flrdwsreMwr= Jar more lroj>joj{antjand tar reaeblJlIII telephone! lines are ,being utilised to 4' 'HoW many y tjt''' do ;yon waBC: :

money! value /No. 18 publishes a table chants' all daton; "'. than' woud be imagined by- liOiii trttiUes extent', abtttbl.p1a1rOf'c.U.trlbu'tlQn'-Iske: !.- .'.-. ,'--- -. .: .
military clothing. The! fall fishing season has begunat subject. h'as'' been enlarged to Oh: said thewoman
Ko. 19 announces the muster into .I'unta Gtrrda and will continue The establishment of the bureau cover.. tb..entire telephone service ofmany. any. Almost' any other shade. will d'a.
i- the state service of two new' a1Dpan.. was entirely gratuitous activityon: ..States. hade Is -
with an Interval of a few weeks In the do. That particular very .
les'which are the Dixie Guards ofJackaon1'lIJe' early winter, -for ten motnhs. The Industry the part of the General Government Ofxthe many warnings sent oat by' unbecoming I '$nst wanted to maker

panv. and. the Plant City com-. employs three hundred and It was entirely beyond the contemplation the Weather Bureau those of storms sure .that .J.don't get It, that's all.' 'icRwcQ! :! .' ; 'J

The Dixie Guards" will hereafter be xjlxty-four: men In' various capacities of the founder. of the ConstUutloit and hurricanes. Issued for the benefitof The' customer laughed. "What did .

-' designated as Company I), First infantry. and two.- hundred and ..(\Venll'each gb.t....' ; and"was legalized only by the marine Jnt.1reata-.rt: the 'most Important you esy'" abe asked.TJL.rathernottalIJ. . saiD VLZADlNO CQUGGISt-S0p.ItL! . 1
16kIff'' 'Jn cotnmlailon, handled
;i .'. The resignation of Captain I[ by are one tnin.In addijjon! twenty- general welfare clause,of.the..Const Ututlon. -al1.d. lc\rnlajrly\ ] _v luabl5. m : :: jald!. the! clerk.. .....' '- .--

William F. JIbTj company K, second r power boats, generally manned ,iby two \ Began In; 187.0 tn consequence Storm warning aro displayed at near Philadelphia ledger. FOURTEEN HUNDJUtDAND

Infantry .hds tfeen accepted and be 1111<,I i Ijersoim -each "are used lo"transport of the growing-Interest fit' ly 300 points along the Atlantic'$ Pacific SIXTY-FIVE MEN'

.. honorably discharged from tho Her- the fish to the packing houses. Allot matters relating meteorology and and Gull coasts and the shoresof QPEN/DE4JNGIN PAINT.

vice of the state.Commissions gether about U 50,000 Is employed In for the purpose of giving' storm warnings the great lakes Including every : with teams are- sejllng) our ''products States to .
Ilia FARMERS In tour different ,
havebeen Issued .thirty.
following named officers, and they a e .the nsb fies of Punt Gorda. V to vessels, It was a't first "under port and harbor of any considerable"ImportaiHtfftitd Buying paint u.ed'to be like" the Seventy useful articles that country peopls 'ti-,. '
assigned to duty ae follows.MvdLcal . The Woman's 'Town 'Impro1' hlent. the direction: of.the army This anomaly so nearly perfect ban I proverbial 'buying of. "pig In a need. We furnish gooilsand'Klve agents<
association poke."e..'tttxtirre'w--'tir'-'whieh chalk, time to turn them Into A4dress, .,'
In with
Department, .Ralph H. conjunction, the between ships and soldiers maybe this service become that scarcely a money. "
; Greene, to be 1lrt lieutenant and town council"of Union Spring have explained by the fact that upon storm of marked danger to maritime- ground rock,'etc.. predominated were'," R. WATKINS CO..Wlnona. Minn. :r.

:icr-- sistant aurgeoti at Apalachlcola. aa.,1, employed an advertising secretary the Signal Corps! In those days devolved Interests has occurred for years for marked" and sold .. "PureVblto Hot weather suggestion Get your .

First Infantry.Klrst Lieu! It. Floyd whose buslncHa Itla to correspond the duty 'of maintaining'telegraphic which ample warnings have not been Lead until the deception the paint. and not the being paintIng apparent -- best girl miffed, then there will be .

Metralf, to be <'apt not. Company U; I this with parties looking for locations' In service to complete gaps In issued from- -twelve to twenty-four. were paid for. 'This deception U coolness between'you.. i' ,
Section. She
reports a large number
.r : Regimental Commissary Sergeant at Inquiries and private llnes-;-thls. (ito the end that hours in advance. The repdrts front still practiced but. we, have learnedto J
I Earnest Lou In A'nderruVrk) to be eap- for a large Influx of Immigration good proapacts there the Government might have com'mu* the West Indies are especially valu- expose It: easily.Natonai la. WILL Ct'ItB TOVH COHIC
fain and eomnIssnrt'reant Fran-1 inestitin bottle of ABBOTT'S *
this winter. nlcatlon throughout all the States able In'tbla connection, as they enable Lead Comr\iny. the largest If yon a xtST
tie M. Hal!, to brflfat lieutenant makers of genuine Pure White IKDUX coall..1IIT. II removes hard or soft
, and Territories.Although the bureau forecast with great
Company I D, vlco Metcalf, promoted; T rl The strawberriesand celery grow Lead realizing the lojufctlce-that was corns minion or Born, callous spots on the .
Sl'rl'ont'alt; 'r II. ColHon. to' be ec- ,! ers are now preparing land for the orlgnally| designed ,for accuracy the approach 6f those destructive being done Jo both propertyowners foot, wart or indurations of the skin. No v; I

ond lleutennnt of Company D.. ylce I coming crop. In some porllou .of the1' benefit of navigation alone,' aneverbroadening hurricanes which, during and honest paint manufacturers set pain Bo' >>. outtlnit,no "eatlnff" Of the flesh

.. ", Wheeler, rPRhnpd..t-- | Polk county there has been a scarcity recognition of the the period from July to October are about to make paint buying auf!!.- njfc_.M.r soreness; quick safe, sure. At
Second' Inrll.ntrFIr."t Sergeant of rain; however In the vicinity of practical !Utility of such a service ban liable to sweep tho Gulf and Atlantic Thy first adopted a trade mark, the druggist or by mall from Tam ABBOTT Co.,

-t2. thur' N. \Vintle, to b(' first Ar'l Lakeland good showers tall almost .. necessitated Its continued extensionIn coasts.\ The sailings of-the Immense now famous "Dutcb-Doy Painter" Bavannaht,,. .'

#. J. of Company I). vice( Kellow, pro .- dally, and on the whole it In, thought the Interest of agriculture and number of vessels engaged In our and pMt this trade mark, as a guar- -
cd; Sergeant William Welmore( Clbl,. tlK1( season will be a good one. Several commerce. During the first twenty ocean and lake trafficare largely determined anty of purity on'every 'package of One Idle man tan keep several persons -
to be recoud lletiienant quartermaster growers near Lake Mailings- their White Lead. They then set from doing the work they want -
years of Its the work by tbe'sewarnings. and
- and commissary of tile third banal-1 I worth are preparing to put In a nr.uch development about familiarizing the public with to do.
-._ lon "Vice Wall, promoted; Sergeant larger acieage this year t than fcerelofore was conducted by the"!" Signal Corps' ef' those displayed for a single hurricaneare the glow-pipe test by which the purl-. .
'J ; Benjamin Franklin! Davlx to be second I' among: the number being Q.H. the army under the direction and known to have detained In porton ty and genuineness of White. Lead John R.'Dloke,'. old reliable eye wat.r

r ; llvbten'ant of Company I), vice Alfleld E: L. Kinney, S. M. Stephens control ojt the War Department. but our Atlantic coast vessels valued may be determined, and furnished a euros.ore eyes or Rranujatod lids. Don"bu
. ,' Taylor' nromoted. T t'. Hol.':>rooll and J. G. Phillips. the demand for a .strictly .scientific with their: cargoes at over $30,000- blow-pipe free to -every one who rt,fasts good; get the gsnuine red box. Afc.tfir

r- Coast Artillery Corl.Alrrpd H. In- Total mlllji
man to be captain of Iliu First company (U at large U as follows: general revenue : of' a military character, resulted a 000.An essential feature of the service lion was In Itself a guaranty: of the better light if clothed In polite Ian.

, \ ; VIvan II-. Collins, to be second threo mills; roads and Ibrldgos, reorganization cf the norvlce'in 1891 18 the collection by wireless telegraphy purity White of National. Lead Company'. guage. '--

; lieutenant of the J First company. one mill; flu\ ",s* and forfeitures, two and the establishment of the present of meteorological observation Lead _

General of Older No. :I'D prescribes a mills; county schools six mills. Weather Bureau its a branch of the from vessels at sea, and the dispatch the A.paint the buyer result to-day of this baa qpen only dealing himself Hicks Capndlne CUre. "'0_'. '
course pistol for all '
officer practice and for eiilfatpj commissioned | .They are i talking now In Polk county United States Department of Agricul by the same means to vessels at sea to blame If he is defrauded. For Monthly Pain, Bckeh: T crronsnesa,. '

: men who 'ar< .armed with revolvers of Joining Lake Eloise and Kaglo: ture. of weather forecasts and storm warnings test outfit and valuable booklet "on- and Hoadscb, lYf :rtbod Urn by Liquid.phyijcirftu KffecU with immdiatsly bastMulU. '

*-' ana describes the Insignia wboh-wlH| by a canal. When all the larger lakes How Forecasts Are Made baaed upon the observations painting address NationalLead Company 10e.. 2Jc.. ad'5Oe., tf drug .tores.
3 be and other bodies of water In Florida Wood bridge Bdg.) New Tork. : _
Issued to those qualifying as pTalol thus canal the Jake To the general public the Weather thus collected. '
marksmen sharpshooters and expf: >rI8.r"s'Uvcly. are joined by Bureau Is known The warnings of those sudden anddestructive Old Schoolmates of Theirs. -
- -1: ( I rtjglon of the state will resemble. a probabl.oAbest .Free electricity travels at the same
Venice. through the medium of Its dally fore- temperature changesknown conductor sent brakemanto
General Order No. 21 prescribes larger rate as light-186,000 miles a second. A a new
just what tho equipment of each officer I'I'A' tobacco firm In Quincy is mak- casts and weather maps These fore- as cold waves These are probably Through wire only 16.000 miles a seo< put some tramp. off the. train; they
next importance. warnings
and enlisted man of the several the experiment of Imaprtlug SpanIsh casts are based upon simultaneous' : onfl were riding In a box car The brakeman ,
,- labor. Twenty-seven nave arrived of local weather conditions which are issued from-twenty-four to'I *. '
sradea and arms of the service shall observations dropped Into the car and said, )
t be,' and gives Information which will direct from the old country. The men taken daily at 8 a. m. and 8 p. thirty-sit; hours in advance are disseminated BKMOTBS CORNS WITHOUT r AIX.ABBOTT'S : "Where you fallows going'"' "To
lbs seem wqll pleaaed and are giving entire throv the threatened CAST IHDIAIT COSKFAIHT removes an '
Of elyjut
groat .ervlce to all command in.. seventy-fifth meridian time at I Atchlaon." "Well, can't go \
ing ofticers.c. satisfaction. It Is. thougttt this about 200 regular observing stations regions by mens' of flags displayed eorns root&nd.all. Without cutting or burning you t 'c

General order No, 22 prescribes thata I mportatlon will solve the perplexing scattered throughout: th.States United at rs.s1'. yefttber!! B'!3r (I m an* tt ib- and l_vea po soreness. It our.. soft Atchison o this train; so et off.
record be kept by) the commanding: labor. question In that mention I dlaplay stations by telegraph tele- corns between the toes, bunions or core. "You get," same the'reply, .the
and the West Indies.- Each of
,nil<..... ""f-tsci callous spots. It euros all 'Quick and per- new brakeman was looking Into the
Palatka Is to have another industry
or. every rife big phone and mall service to all places
and -revolver issued to and In UBe II! In the shape of a big lumber these", stations is operated by one or receiving the dally and to manent. Get It at your druggist or..ndI6o. business end of a gun be took the ad..

In his command. mill. This condition of things was more trained observers, andis' number of forecasts addresses to TMB ABBOTT Co., Savannah Qa. rice given him and .'co. He 'went
a large special ,
General Order No. 23 brought about I the and equipped with mercurial barometers, conductor' .
i prescribes thatapplications >by diligent back to the- and the
thermometers wind rain and in addition. / The tramp who Is kicked .out of a .ble. (
for the vanes
discharge of a systematic efforts of the board of. him If he bad put the fellow
trmember of the' ' and anemometers; and Railroads regulate' the size and house can honestly claim sympathy ake n iCf
state troops must be trade-of that city. snow gauges "
movement' of their freight train., icemen aa the victim of a rear-end collision he answered "I did not
-s accompanied by a letter giving' In de. Tjtusvlllo Is feeling jubilant over many of them with sunshine recorders .1 .
the -heart to put them off. They
.. tall the reason t.qr asking for' the ,, her victory in the contest for the_ lo-. ,. baregraphs, thermographs and prepare for harvesting and .V
discharge and also prescribes a new :'cation of the county seat of Brevard' other devices which register-automatically : many-pians-et'buaineas.nd' pleasure- -To.Drive_Out..Malaria..and._Baud. U| 'want t C to Atchison, end, besides.** .,'"

touiti, be 'nged_in_granting furlough*.1'county. Cocoa and Eau Gallie wars a continuous record of-the are made on the expectation., of the tbeBystenaTak they 'ae'old soboolmat5Cof-'inla. '

.- .striving'jto win'it from Tltusvllle" local weather conditional and changes I.. conditions forecast. The warnings the Old Standard 0110""''..TATTB.LMMM The conductor used some'very strongk.ngiaje. "

10 ADVERTISE TAMPA:> which baa been the county seat since theroccur. *N I Issued ln-January.,1896, for a single Cnu TOBIO. Yoa know what- yoa 'and then said be would Tint J
as ,
_ _. the organized. The -. are taking.: The formal U plainly printed off -himself. He ( ''over to
county was contest cold wave of exceptional severity and wen ,
,. The results of the twice dally observations >>- on every bottle, showing it is simply OnlIron . te
'. Publicity Club l) Formed In. That city has been wagedfiercely ever are immediately tern- : extent resulted In the-saving of over I DI.and In a form, aDd the car ad me with the same ex-
: t. Attract : since the jail Was partly destroyed by- ffaotoal 'f_ for brakeman. When belt .1'
gxpeets "Capital.Tampa. graphed to the Central' 'omce atWashington. U.1i90,000 In the protection of prop I moat < giown peopie rf.n0 aa tie
fire and the jailer's house burned cad chadrea. 8 Oa. back to the ./
. Fla.-T.mpa' Publicity down. '* : .- D. C., where they are. .erty' from' Injury or destruction. theeab4 brea.
club has.affected.a.permanent organ-' The commerce of our rivers is : ; "WelU you ,
charted for study and Interpretation What 'said largest ll lut.them :
: roads is to be. the wag ,
isation. Only a temporary selection ; Many good .are now being aided and lives and property they're mIne,
greatly "Naw.
was made for secretary, it being the built InDada county It will not be by experts trained to forecast the on In the wcyld' is doing service at "
In regions'subject to overflow are coo. -Washington (Kan.) News.
4 ..intention to put an advertising man many .months before there will be a weather condition.'whlch may be expected Nome. It Is' 26 feet long and 7 feet -'
.. of experience and ability in that posi paved highway to the rwraoltst partof to prevail during the follow protected by the publication .of the.! high from the axle and haa-wtle'els 1Q 1.

,f. # Uon. It Isjlhe purpose! of the club to this fertile and fast developing. ing thirty-.sU: to forty-eight hours.A river stages and the Issue of river feet In diameter. SHE! KNEW" Qr OURJ '
L ralselromrf SOO tu ,OOO .a month for section.' complete telegraphic report Includes and flood forecasts based on reports "Professor. said t.J;

",i. '- a period of thirty months to be used There are now five tickets for prevM the following data: received.from about 600 special river DKATH TO StING WORU"Everywhere . the distinguished musician who, .

... In Judicious. advertising of Tampa and (!utlal electors In the field In FlorIda Temperature pressure, precipitation and rainfall stations. On the occasion I go I apeak for TKTTMMB.beeaose 'been engaged at a hllb'pric to' entertain -. ..

"j .Bouth.Florida. The n w club is prom. each composed of ftve names. direction of. wind state of of the flood of 1897 In the Lower It enred me of ringwonn In Its her guests, "what -was. "JbaW'
.4.' 'I.ed. the. hearty 'co-operation of the There is great enthusiasm shownin '",eatber, current wind velocity maxi Mississippi Valley live stock and waist wont was form.raw'My as beef whole; but cheat.ETTSB from.neck B cured to _lovely selection'you played Just nowT/t>.' 'I

,. .J *oard of trade and the chamber of Dade county lately regarding the mum or minimum temperature since other movable property to the estimated me. It a'.ao! cured a bad aa of pllns." So .rhat madam." he answered glaring -

:,wmmerceIt the new organization culture of .the castor bean: ; "As the '1I1.It-- o1i.ervt.UOll.and. triad; and valtieoL ut.. $15,000.000 ays Mr*. M. V.. Jones of aa-Tanaehll Bt.. "was an Improvisation." ,
_, I. success Tampa' will have three Pa. T.'I', the skin' - '
plant is not cut'down annually by the were remov d" from the Inundated re Pittsburgh great "Afij'yesTTreinembef-now.-; knewj- .
public -bodies working to the end of .amount of clouds with the direction remedy is sold bt drog-gtsts or sent by mail
frosts it tobe tree '
quite a -
, building up'lts'pro perltYr Tharthey there and grows bear' profusely It Is said, of their movement., From those data gionsprior"tp tBe flood asa result of for ftOo. Write I T. BacrrauK, Dept. A, It wag an old' fnorlt; but I could't
the .a.nln'ga.'bY the bureau a -wpelr; tevannah a. think of . "
will work In; harmony I the by comparison with! ;
already' as that. most ,of thlll castor OH used In torecaster. occurrence.Benefit -, ;"eJe> _
: sured. Instances were brought Is able to trace the In advance of the : ,
L forth this country U. Imported,( and the cropis preceding reports? Oldest of Diseases.BuBOnlcplague LY
7 a meeting of the club to show that a 'very paying one wberevor 4t, Is patha_Btprmareas_ from ,the time ,.to. Travelers. FIE .Tp -
:r,: Tampa was not so well Triiown in thenorthas cultivated. It. has several' uses In the of their Appearance to the moment of Is one of the oldest I = n .-

-l' ItUhould be and the Puhllc- arts as. well ''a. -juedlctne.. Three or Observation, and approximately de- From the Information as to cll- diseases known 13 man Entire nations -.

'A.'" ,- Jty and'patJ'lotiC". clnb" Is. expected" citizens7-'iWth| energetic four cro"'art".,b. raised In a.yearIn term ln" and foreca.tthelr"-Ilb equent matlo con41t1 n.m'de.ItDo..n through, rfaveVbeen\ wept: frQm the taos I' After several' Je.n.r'ldi ; s.
behind It to Dale county, it la claimed, and several the reports. Invalids and tourists'are and It* attendant evil '
''rented this- state of affairs. courses and. the occurrence of other of the earthby. U>1' dreadeiwrny. ;
hundred bushels to the acre Is enabled to select the localities best mind it I. not very surprising,; that
weather conditions. "Ud 'Wha1..tnt* of fertile ooun-
the yield. 'Ti.inre. talk of erecting suited. to their health and pleasure one finally loses thing genvrally. ,
ESTJMATS3RuIm. Weather services similar to that of li r have been aba done4 because of ,
a factory for Expressing the oil when and manufacturers'and'andagriculturists. .
J the yield becomes sufficient to warrant I the UnitedStates are maintained by a.pestilence therein .with which the, -
for the
the regions adapted par- A
N. T. woman write an' Interesting :
,'Coonectlna ,,_ fscambja . _. the Canadian, and Mexican governments Inhabitant did not how to ,
.....Colntypl.! one on ''of' their I particular'\ Indus- know cope '
t'Jl.a( letter She ._. ,
iflmlAltt'tfV J .of Interchange says: ,
and .
> by aystem
With There have'-been .
"Ala xTobacco; 'an the coUntry : times.lnthe -
county. { growers over ': tries. ioI B, the'recent extension.of-the "Three year ago I suffered from' 'r: :
'# received ,
? :,i PensacofaTVla.:-Estimates of thecost are sending; theft"<:rops Jnto Tallahassee -' dally reports are system of 'snowfall' observations history when thjs'dlsease ravaged* the an attack-of peritonitis which left-meO
for storage! In the mammoth from a number of stations In" these civilized globe In
entire as when
et: an qp-to-dat. ferry to be propelled throughout the'mountain regions ad-, in most miserable condition; : '
1 by engine'of 20-horsepowec: packing h9uce there to await better countries. Dan observation. are''tb. I jacent to the great plains. H ha.been 1334 A. P.; it swept from' China to ,two yeara I suffered from ForT., '
have been.. lYed'b-'b" commItted prices. also received from' Honolulu made' po..lble 'forecast the probable Norway, leaving; ;jln Its wake more weak shortness,of :
/-roads ,do.l deal particularly who British Isles; Germany; France Portugal -I ' brt.
on public of'the: chamber of ur flow la .the. rivers.of the arid'regions ' than twenty-five million;:victim Read- could I
., 'cOniAarcewh2ch-1s; the first are engaged -tir tarnishing _steam coal and the AZores.d' that the'flelfl 1ratb. not aIHP.tC. _, .._
r- step toward - of'' Daniel Defoe will'recall hi.vl1'ld .
factor of great Importance In era ,
; th.r operation"of aT satisfactory for .te.meMl't.C1mlnFto'! represented by'the' daily' report extends : I a "' description 'Kebe. appetite was ravenous :.but.
-1 ferry system!'across Perdldo river being greatly inconvenienced by the' over-the greater portion or:the Irrigation.- of'the awful felt starved all the time.v,1,1ba'd, ii'. .

; which-d.vide*'.Eaeam1Jf.- uDt,..f.fta.: ; oeaL.mlners', .ntjlke la Alabama,.. as allot 'Forth.American continent; having ielagraphiq > The records-pf the bureau are of London"when' England was ravaged plenty of. foodbut It did not nourtsu', "
,t and Baldwin tounty.. ..AlL'* One .is1.'Inati the coal 11ket1 t hero,' both. for-domes-* *communication .thej North frequent: use as evidence lD''courts of by, the, Black! Death. Crelghton in ,m* because'of Intestinal JndlgestlonC, :' '

'--f. Is.oa.. a sLzty4ootterry and the tie purposes and la bunkering st sjn Atlantic-Ocean the
.,i( era, I la. secur Hl-,from, those' mines.; :*. and SuVpVem London In the help fgot
: .other 'aaj eighty-foot ferry and the .-: been :(decided 'competent: by'the' 000 people In summer discouraged ; stopped.medltf"
Euro .
:, :" estimates range from $2,300 to $3,000 A Good Roads club Or association!: . __ Court of the United State-; of. .1665.; Bemvenuto'CeJlinf isntteredj cine and did-not.,.car* .muCb"wh.the 7l .

......:.:.rI4L.S9aaD1tle.! .:..:fI-UJPIot. h ..dJ1t. barn. been formed '.' Crescent" Springs;' Coverlac the Country, The conduct of the regular stations- ,from''.the,plague, and.his .accurate de- : lived or die. . ".,
Ctotal:. co .'to "place such sT1 ferry in > rithrKrBOrTMiir; presraenfami'OrA.Maull .-*- ""TJi..t.m.-"tonb..colleetlqlJ"} hibservatiofl-OutaidI rWashlngten- ,. _-of j; hlh..perleDclth-th.$ Qn a why.L

operatio',''will be $5,000 and 'ltl: the ,- secretary:'and treasurer. M...-.).: .distribution of'telegripbie'r porta'of requires the constant service:of about* disease from its earliest symptoms: 'until -' r.didn't try IrleD4."aJ'J. "

It intention, Xo form a company to fur- urea were takot at the time of or. observations I. 'eo arralled that' 'all BSO'and the business of-the-Oentral rhls'' 'is' ftot-the _coffee. .nse I had.'ilostfaith. t'
recovery ,
.I.ft. th4''eapUaJ.and have. the ,ganiilng to see what help could bel
; ferry of>the principal stations In .the United Office'-: Washington 'ot' about ISu .. ''bf' plea** my.. -
!operate ;''UPOn a low toll 'basis, only obtained:>> trot maths j county fund. tlt) : least InterestingZth.i\ : writings. .1'elt lc
: ufflclent,belng charged- pay Interest -- was.-decided.lo ,put down a shell road,. 'State receive ,,8 a.' m. report employes.New>> York Tiroes I that remarkable man..'.- ", friend I .both'and soon,

:"on the actual amonnt ,of money from the station. ,to the townline, \ from a sufficient numberot other stations Even in our own times the plague became. ni fnd'o'f tb.1, w.i?.

:;::,JU"1Itntf"'rhI." ferrjr.eystem Is to. be. The determination of the cltisens of:. to repteaent the general weath- Frost baa claimed' its toll'of myriads; of ",,11 before I got soine
< & frorUofj of r the good- road...,'system Cregeent 8prlt gs-ts-tlrnrforat goodro -*! conditions oeea-oasldersbl.: portion L i The'So-Called: _Flowers." lives. remee.:995buboaIaplagu.: & hascarrled strength, felt a decided change\ .,

.too; e' adopted"by'this;CouttyDrovid.4JiLVthftwiM4FpNfi to the Station' and It* of the country. The phenomena-called\ flow', off four !hundred thousand people .item. hope *praog_up ,laf my'bear '

-- -tb.-.uRttJ'. *-084 -fl''ZOOOOO.o wl.beprocea&zuking. "- .w JWlthiic.twoJouririafter morn- ers*, wa-.discussed "before the Blo-- annually in .lmiiaa3ona.. .It-ls-a .10111 but .urely.ot . .

: 'The news; comes from .Taidopa thai i Ink' observation have'been'taken": : IdgTcarBoetety'-ln'Wssblngtonreeent., 'curious i'fact"1har connection: > : ..* -,. .welLth.consthut1

:' f. !!!t is'mony,13izi* ,been.restored ,J In, ,.theSecond forecasts sri telegraphed' from the ly by Dr. Walter The so-called flowers twe.n the iriague and the rat baa'bees e- travufor fo'ceased'and have, ,
: .' iYj;; romes-J1orida&. State /forecast centre to more than 2100 are-compoised',''Of Ice that. forms better health now.than b.for the attack ->. '
jlilted'l etaiss Steamer. ] the"dawD'or
.. | .. WnonaertGrounds known from history. In -
sidosrly.wlatef -
Troops.- and that officers and men are principal distributing : on frosty mornings In"aatanfn of peritonitis. .. ; '
::0.' or-That-Purpose.. going .ta work to :build .up.-the com.* .4| *e.mlnat.1 by telr: on'certain plant*. The .some .of the -nost ancient Egyptian "My huaband and I ar. itlll 'using ,

.,) 'SC: "Peters6urifc''p1a.---That: f those panles to .their' former strength and "agraph,'., telephone and maiL The peculiar thing,tOybe! explalnedAi thatfrfiwl'lfower hleroglyifhlcs" we-fln'd, the 'rat displayed Orape-ffut ane 'Posturn."Tbers'I'; .. -

.' sponge takem,1who" arehooking: .; efficiency.; *40"*'f1y< .*",,-:*- ,. *'*"
"fponges";:without regard* to'slg.. .., and Dade county to repairing-the.county dresses 'dally i by ..._11.* tpe...greater plant b.t onlX'oa about twenty-all. WM.not.. however, until,,,"wlthin.'* ? Name given b1. do.. .''Battle. J;

tho** whare' diving 't or; them near road. north, of the"Cltyv "xAa. nooa. as. part belna delivered early in the. day. npecles a* far a* yet known.- 'Among;' cent Tears that.scletceIdentified' the Creek,. t' R&.T.JlodJU>u " .

:.i' : ucb ,, the repairs aref..ttmpete4! .on,the 'and stone'tfitert aararnl! .;,thanp.. theses are frostwmd ,dittany -marsh; plague germ a, abort:oocco (baoflluiot ll., ,, i.'A A 1
TsrPr9Uifther5re\ any, .
north- '.side- ., the 4. .16- Cocoanut 01.I.ill. oral rod. shape. The bacillus 'wasMleoovered a :
.; .will.'have to'keep a'sharplookout is ', ro m': of ttl 4a' ; .nd.mor. than fleabaoe-: and cultivated heliotrope; i _..14 'M.b. t tone : "

r' ..' a'fact beecause the.Wlnona. one Grove and tV'tba'Mlaini: city limits'. 'a million telephonesubscrlbers.maln* The phenomena" apparently due to by KILasito and TWain- appears f.ti to'tlnte.*,.They' > ", ,

i.of 1. Uncle Bam' boats put .In twre on the Orange. Glad.. road- will. be taken ny In the -r' ral:districts.51.receive .1>. capillary 'mo.ement'of' .water.. ,.the. during the Hong-kong outbreak of are geaolne, true fall of
c:t>ound 'for Tarpon.:- .Cap tale up. _forecasts by.telephone within an houf plant but a wholly satisfactory explv 1M.-Harper's Weekly;' *laterestr .' ."a1 ..
rj* *vo-t.- ?._. __ .. .. '. "- .. '< -' I '
.... -of the tinat-the pr.cI.1ctloo.JLm.4.. nation. .lacking.. ,
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":' "I".r.--' ._"' '''' ''- things'had been .don.ey)anddoubtless' : I < ,JJrftlnfl| ffrem \ > "j' / : ,

rti ING BIRD;'ANB-COCHBE.. thong would? -In''be vain'which'done-KlokiitgtBird bound.!again-/the*mairandsethiht' ''cutthe*I H': -.Household, Affairs.: ;' ..a.Down' addressing In! -X1 1>,*ouri riSeetlng'' jheSubject.;; Judge,of' Wallace, Prohl"bltioni.trla MR: GROCER; *sAWA :CuAj'$ .,; s3:'r:Y t

la the, lead. Tbe'old Apache ; 'oneef thi'inrohtbltloalst I '-r-:: ..t' 1'.'....o......9vrr Mti' al ra A
totbed*/of the' State' "T s friends," '1.w.rlNat ieild U.-g'fca'flWlanrf.-!
: :. Tale of an. Oil!Freighter. ,, h pretended*. grinned to' point; out the Fay, and ; RE-COVERINO A, CHAt 'v . 'Tie .uld, "If ram .1ecte.ttGo"ernoi' of.Mtasottrl htatnltj.ere wars' .herd. (1)....Ifceta a- pars! dwunough

..- sardonically ot : when, after ;"Tto 'Ju'fab' r.'otrt ne=ieated chairs, -:. I'll i, keep this.State dry when, f. fay-Tor eofee. They followed his advice ye ''
nearly travel
no teepee lrt
sal tat -t" s. ; '.
Bt/llNIUR 1EuF1CALl11&,, were !II q. sight. hat are either cast on the scrap heapor and .where the, law styeit shall be.' deall.quuilt.taak..ts1., "JkA artyel.

. ....... .....T................ "At night, klcltlps'Blrti, tied him are repaired by placing upon them 4ryJ\. There will be no .h.a1f"-. 'he tealised It hi* .,"'..en1H..e gofag .e . 1
fast and camped until daylight Ha hideous wooden chair-seats, 'could / "Hold on.cried a' 'man' la tba'crowd. e>lleoi! > domblAtresirta, lat-twlr<..

:"Ye' admitted- the old train again expostulated with the Apache, :. easily be made. fit to decorate: any '" 1bod'aA keep 8t. Louts. COFFEE wbese price-Xects-U really..elybQtu.zpea-.

i r i aster:of .ta Fetratt''o: endeavoring; t<*' Impress blm:- ith.tnestory room to which company might be admltted ,dry!" ,alve, u the.iris |U4.; .... ,

ben some-Interesting .books-written f,th.. return-o4._ her. owa-cap ,by -a-., little,, deft, handling of Just then the Judge'purposely over. LUZIANNE' Tb. ezaaaxe.Ct.
about life on.the plains IQ the, old tured t.J8t\n.\ : tufting;. the, shears,;' tacks and the turned Ihe'lee water.;;;and"durlpg-th.'confu.lonbe 0< COFFEEs ; ... .

t days-some'that are pretty fklr history "Bat the' wUeaed. warrior either hammer.screws. a screw-driver and c1rttted'fron\-th .subject a.B vwmmfrmmm.: : -

;., so'far as they got bufh.. stories could' riot or, 'would not.i8d'rstandbis the taw, ,'Whenthe' cane bottom.' '-Kansas City._ \lrnal.., .

are always told \ white sign-talk. Though highly destroyed take It "altogether. Se- "Orl". .
exaspsrajted nicks*' Uea"-chel >;i.!' Meeeral Lea 1 .f
Oapadlne Cures
( sn : manU.: point of'vlewt ,,*' Kicking) .Blrd?agaln. looped Cl ,.', ,'boa )b .r4 .,.trD,,chair:up- t Whether '.QwM1 heat:'Btomaob: ;: ex A drive of J.OOff.OOO feet of logs has ........

:- There, was snoth.Ide: aDd those the ?.Apaebe'.t, bonds atd rod." 1t'lth' side down ..."* boards'to UenUl Btrstn N>:Acetaadldordangs'oue. .arrived at\the !ialet of Lake Irving:

; '>cot -vt f.who lived ,among "th., "- feds hia| over_the .prairies, 'himself: seek- tom and',, place, on,,firmly., ,:with,,.*mallcrews. *100 r &gn.96e If* JUquji.IMoeU. imaodtatcly. .where. the:MlstBalppriUv4r'ffows: 4n-.! THCDirroi ,
; d ;
'know that there's justy" s g .rug Korea
4 ,; naturally Inc for.signs of the hostile camp. .* .. to:the"like.' This .drive of ls ,P0YPMNTkR i
, !' ' 1Jollt ..rm1leh'1)f..the''a.atDth.' .' eft-wag: '''near :to-mldday--whena '- -Ne=t.ge4tufling-arid: ,:make, *Jaat .A-Wd11tNINa'3'0HER..y' ttrougbt from' Iake'Itasce In exactA ., atuoaPOR'

: -T. one rae" a. In-the other."ID4 :It' was my banting; j>arty''of 'ten, 'or'k''doien, cotjt: placing: It In_the hollow, XTerthla Dolly-, "No:* I won't wash:my.facet- thirty:::days? wblch" .'.'record 'break.lngff PAINTQUAUTYITIS

' *"? good* fortuneand*' the :' light[* of horsemen were sighted,- riding swiftly spread a.firm, black cloth; plush naughty! . la drlvlttflogii"aowtt the Mis'
.after-event*,! can _sa/ (hat honestly, \ along the flat of a alley.KickingBlyd' secured and cut Qr&lldmaaullatY. wets
land f or laatherr'Jf. easily : < slsslppl.Riven.. All oondllloDs touwo sYVNIIEifAO
x was : +
When I lisle girl I always
'J-to'spend -n.arI1- a first .. a,
t ; ;year-at; and ,bla"ch rg.- ,were to shapeleaving, enough to.turn,liD.tbe washed **. <. fIvrraba,-,tbe, water being..high' and ;
and my'faee. ,
then .
prisoner, as adopted< mem'hereof at, the time old '
passing ever trail eIICH.
order it
an. ,, In that might be there nothing to impede the I
a Dolly-'V'Y and now look at UP being !t.
'their- .
t tribe,;: artong-tbe adiQgalong,'the base-'of
-a' ledge durable enoughJor the tacks to hold.nrmiy.J of ju.H] j
.. _
r* Klowas. -- ''f -PhtladelphlsInquire r: JK progress Ie.41rlY.e.-1or; "" ,;;
'L'knew'.intimately which skirted or capped the bluffs' of ls'done: . .. The logs''cUt !l/i the laces
; Satan's. Sa a. creek valley ; 'Afteralr'thl, put'tIt"withblukupbolaterer' '-' jtfcjjp TUVH sauif-naa.UTaT.TBTTEniKBhia'done .- State Park apd along the' )i11.1..lppiJUnr. QUO DUTCH
t tsnkrD/g'Treti and Kicking Bird, the "The- .Klowa:- turned'to" I pf-ioceaa.1
the uff
now : '. acts .or.those wonders foe rem
this side of the--park,- being
laat.of worst -reputation among then Apache: and urged him to make the gHVhexdedtacks In hardware from_ana, tetterground' "Itek.'ery. -
all.J any I,, .,Infant sore head, ehapa Ohafes sal banked last; winter os Lake''d
There were good and '
many < "
1 [ : peace sign,"to show .to bl..trlbeameu "':
p :
a!ore. the
:other form*of sUa cI.ta1& sggaveteel Mlssisilppl ftlver.T Tbe"enUre
gPmeroui trait In sit these men and ,-for. they Were/easily, recogniiable When the chair !. revarnlahed It la oaMs 9f eozorna its euros have been marvelous drive will be brougat across lAko Irv'
: ,_;,,.. Kicking Bled In particular was much -that -no harm bad been* Intended practically: Be*.-New Haven Register ;' and thousand of people slag/it/ I
.:, \ thought of la hie t'n\I1: and clan to himself. 'The buiUers below had i '. :pralB ._000. aruKgtotiiorby maU front lag,, sluiced.! through :theMississippibetween
5. T.tJ. .iTJWVannanr: -- LakV'irylnt-ani-'LAke .no*.,
crrai s Dept.
!because his'loyalty; hja trnthfulDesB BOW: sighted the.two, and had .halted r. ..., #-. 'Y"t'.tJIo'HrnTI
: : ; mldjl and finally cr.ned on the south*
and bla'Jut personal dealings. ;
? to .observation.. .. T.hou.h'be sat : .
; 'That ,thl. chief could be more bis' horse free to act:and the; Kiowa ,! .ABOUT CANNING FRUIT, HER:BUSINESS. .at.shore of Lake"BemlJJl to'be cut
; i tbaaJusO'upoa occasion,. even to.hlsenemies. urged hIm to make a demonstration.. In order to be successful in san mat business 1* Miss Q addle In T" 'ID, a a.W-IJIII1.'BemldJl.: correspondence -.I '
i ,. .I ..cao.testify .from personalknowledge. : the old man still refused to .creditfriendly ning Trait .H.Is nec.asary'th1t care be "On, sht's In averybodT'a' b alne.. *." St.. ;Paul. Pioneer. Press i ": '--
'if, ,I.,.
-. Somo year before I Intention. He refused to ;takenf In i the selection. as- well, as'la, "Wholesale ebT I ..
;, "Yea when It to a bit '1 "Lombarr' .......... !... ......
except comes
llved a .them, the Klowas thai !''preparation of the1 fruit.' The
l. nong were lift& his ban* ,Jn a sign, and eyed tames RIICIIIII RIlL ,' ..
"I ;'' r onc.e.mpedopt'he: Can dran River 'Kicking, Bird with hostile and fishy. beat fruit should be selected and the of scandal: she'retail .that, -Cath- NATURE'AND W wetkaurbt/.14M-..... r i iw

Y 'on the, common bunting ,ground of suspicion. Jars thoroughly sterilized before tbafrultjls olio Standard and Time ,, An--dat =::I.Lw d.01.W. w w) tees N artt/4.era.

.. several hostile tribes. put Into them. With the ex Waled OOMr _.... aur-..- oowa wUrtM doe
Tool! Don't 1
> you sea that I ; ECZEMA FOR FIFTY-tJVE YEARS. trawl__ Wrlw for ae.lot ,
vL f .. "One day.two of their lads, out would kill you at once U I wished to caption qt pear and gooseberrleTSllfruits a'-Boitoc*.< ., ... MW.eeNrw. .
' +. fishing following the banks'of' a do so?' shouted Kicking Bird, for. used for canning should be Buffered Torments from Birth-ta'Frightful AWOMANWORK .ko...a. h*..,Ct. .:3: -Ibgra t :
small creek strayed a long way gettingthe man's' ignorance of his ripe when picked and'canned while Condition-Got No Help
from their village. They fresh; Pears are*better If-picked be- "
were tongue\: '. As the enemy were now, Until Cat learn Cared Him.
'jumped'( and captured: by a hunting torn lug toward; ,him, the Kiowa saw foreJthoroughly ripe and allowed to "I had 'aD Itching, ''tormenting eczema
party -ot Chlrlcahua Apaches. Ccchle that be must flee it be would escape ripen; In-the house while gooseberriesare ever since 1 osm Into the world, and 1 am b
the famous leader of their 'a speedy attack. used before they ripen. Do not now a nun fifty-five years old. 1 tried all

tribe. was with the band when, his "He looked for an outlet basin the process! of canning fruit until kind of medicines I heard of, but found no ': anfl
(6 men ran down the young Klowa and the roek..abo"e, but there- waa none you have your fruit and cook.'ng! .relief I was truly in a frightful eottdition. TESM
took them prisoners. The bops "liall. all In readiness and then At last.I-broke out all over with rod and W
"Y to be seen, and suddenly<< he realized tel white boil., which kept growing until they .d
though armed only with their ashspears that be was'trapped by continuous complete the process as rapidly aapossible t _
' v a were as big a* walnut) causing great pain
i and no more than: fourteen terrace of rocks, which stretched: flranite or'porcelain1! pans and misery! tna.I kept from scratching. as -1Y-\-1\
. and fifteen yearn of age put up a. along the rim of the bluff. .He-shot are"best for this purpose and_ they well u I could. I was'10 run down. thatI h

*r'valiant fight In defense. ahead> leaving the::.old Apache and should be ah a HOT In order that the could hardly do my. work.' I used Outi- '"
I "Expecting at once to be put to the purred his horse on 'at Its utmost fruit may be only one layer deep. aura Soap Ointment n-1 snt,-and Pill. :W" wL

torture the lads begged in the signlanguage1 _r>*e
that they might bed given swiftest of his. herd, the.angle of the is the secret'Qf. its being light colored fully say I am cured. ii.le" Bordwell Tip.ton ,,1'r
knives, and that each pitted against ledge cut him off from successful re and fine flavored" and: It also mak,.* Itpo..lble Ia.. Auf. 17, WOT. JwASHtt&r.
"I cheerfully endorse 'the above t timonul. !- I
.. stout warrior, might be allowed to treat. to handle It so 'a. to avoid It is the truth. I know Mr. Bord- :T

, die lighting, 'while thus furnishing '-"He saw the enemy stringing along breaking It. Never think: to economize well and know the condition h. was in. SQp/r
-J j entertainment to their enemies."Cocblsa" beloV, and quickly noted that several by using old rubbers on the Jars Nelson R. Bunxty Tiptop la." "L'.L c=>

S : was so delighted with of the foremost would'surely cut him for'you can buy a good many rubbers N 't i.'o As
their.gallantbearing, and warlike oft from rounding the nearest point with the pflce-of one Jar of fruitThe PERFECTLY LOVELY.'
spirit that he bore them unharmed ahead. He cut an eye onx the slope. Housekeeper "Physical! culture father, ,ja perfectly Nature and a xvoman's work com

r to his village, a 'day's ride distant. Vheeled his horse, and dashed down ; v."i I lovely.To Develop the arm I- bined have produced-,the grandest

r There he feasted. the.:: lad*,, loaded toward where the )line ofthe-.ttack.. DUSTING FURNITURE. ", : grasp this rod by one end and move. remedy for woman Villa, that"them
them with' pre.enta and sent them lag party was weakeut. .It slowly from ri.hL tn Uft," ':'rid'25! ever Jc nW"r

home with an escort who bore a "T-w., of theApacIs.S! : *.CB: near The baa oronor be nujhrtfj ; dastisj: ; fmu "Well w.,Ilt"' exclslmea: her father; I In thq good old-fashioned days of
aura to learned. It does
1:*. ::-i.; lu their trI nllJ'D. enough to cast themselves In front of "wh.t.won't science discovert If that our grandmothers thev-relied upon :
$ 'Tell them.' said Cochlse 'that him, where'they sat their horses and naturally.Girls ?ooThad .straw at the other end 10u'.( I the roots and herbs of the field to

somehow or other, probably because affixed arrows to their bows. Kick- rarely begin with a-dustsr In t :cf Intermarriage captives two log Bird each band, which 1* absolutely necessary The Indians on our Western _
almost upon Jb'mlet_ out .0
"to.success; one cap._ e-1ltthI! 1. youth worthy the name of Apachebav'e of himself in Plains to-day xajLpMdnpsro<>< and .
' a yell (leflance!, raised Is needed to fingermarks Coffee : .!. Came'WHI'---8-.4'---t _
prevent leaving Drlnabtg
been reared among them. And his stirrups, and bent bis bow to om IleurieaaFS herbs for every ailment,.and cure a FACIITIO COAST'BORAX say that my only I excuse In sending launch an arrow when his pony, when lifting and steadying tbeurnltur Coffee' bids fair to become the moat diseases that baffle the most skilled

\ theip home I* that the boy. choose ,to going headlong down a rough steep. ,. widely used beverage la the world. physicians who have spent years in CURED d
tt, live among dogs.: stumbled and flung him rolling'under Each piece should bo wiped l1&htly'fr Its Importation Into this country baa .the'study of -drugs. I 0 ri" 81t,..
m the top downward to remove reached { SY Duck.
"These lads/ were nephews of the hoofs of enormous proportions. NewCrleanala to
u the. enemy's horses. From the roots and herbs of the )
Kicking fifrd bT..I.ter'-*- rnd "" ".'WheD'D.<<-I"Alm.! ; ) lehapds dust,.end after_the .duster has been- a close second to New York field Xydia.XL.- moiejthan, n )Reiisf.Tt.rlaoda .. .
shaken out of the window, not received ..w.m.gI.5torea
the Klowa chief"waa Impressedwith bound.and'a over In number of.bags annually, ,
; so were doengrin- the carpet the..pi* should be rubbed and these thirty years ago gave to the womenof aye 1 .Fwds :"4r: = =: S
two ports almost ;
their return: and the manner ning Apaches"..were prodding him' to : monopolize the world a remedy for their pe in.. .
of k, that he vpwed-he woufd'never life with.thelr lance.-'The; old again between the"two''duster* with the green coffee business of this "YC'1&'t'H.Ji'othln' =liefair.wrtt. ..,
maa culiar ills more potent and efficacious .ft. ...... l
agate lift his hand against the whom'he had taken such pains to dell .. both bands.. This Is I p.'saving'of time country. Roasters and packers' of than apy combination of drugs. &eI ... \\leMa, "" '.
'Apaches save In self-defense. This -,jr was most vicious In the jeers and Insuresall- .1Jld.. "being equallybright. these' two cities have an advantageover Hnkham's :
p I believe he ? those o( the Interior, In as much Lydia. Vegetable
JP. oathf faithfully kept and Insults which wera,neaped upon j
\>; thouRh the Chtrlcahuas were the,bit- .. -*- -A damp cloth Is ,the' best of all as they have no expensive railroad Compound i 1&now recognized aa the

1 ""v y .terest of hereditary enemies. .', -, him.With and In dogged sl-, duster- although many 'women will freight to pay on the heavy green standard remedy for woman's ills.. i

'During the first season that Tw'as lenc the Klowa bore with tbe kicks not, use one, claiming.thai'It'Injures coffee._:There. ,Is a" great difference Mrs. Bertha Muff of BIS N G;$V; S3OO SHOES \3-SO

at with them the Klowas and some of prods and Insultc of his captor, who the polish on the furniture.. This objection la the coffee.drunk In the North'and Xouisiana, Mo.,,,,'.writes;: II .. 'j | "**--)

their 'allies,Abe Comanche, were nnajl/.in-no gentle fashion, put him Is absurd..for' If''' the cloth U the South. In the North the coffee Is ."Complete rea'topitlon' to.' health i k3

camped for a, time on the-Clmar-rofl up on his horse and set pus for their clean the moUture'e.wll1AOt.: harm the routed, light brown and is made means so much to me that for the sake

--....: River. .. Tillage."Kicking, !. ' . / .'furniture Into a weak decoction: resembling tea: at other sufferingwomen I am willing
x :;:--- 'J'IClckwk'tori at'' .this tlme"* 'a* Bird, 'havlnk<- -knbw( It'may ,t'llmon th.'ltlO1..but'thl.. In the South the eon.. f.-routed a to make my troubles pnbUe. .. a
tai can easily brought back when tbe rich; dark; brown-which'brews" In.tqa' "For twelve years 1 bad been suffering
-very: wealthy wealth .I) aJJlbncnellan. edge the Apache to cue;, and re .
.{\ .... Heowned a large and fine pudiated' an enemy Jy) the man ba 'surface ofbC woofs dry by rubbing rich; frothy liquid 'of rproaouneadfavornndgreaterstrength DnrinW with that the time worst I fornuof bad eleven female different Ilia.
4 nerd bad noJiOpa .bard with a. dryrs ttxlolb.- >" : vl: Dealers .
ofmustangs.The Comancbes, bad saved, of,scrvlraU-, : 'physicianswithout help 'NOT-tongue
e +t 'who''" were preparing fofa''s alp, He expected to be*put to the torture,' The' advantage1: ttJi tt Sasteadofillowingthe'dbsttorfiyTabout 'all\recognise the difference between can tell what I suffered and at times I. r t1L

* lir' -danee-atglint-refused-to.eonllder and;he.'was;.te.UD.'blm..1f toren" :' the ."Northern. Roast". "and ."Southernttoaat could hardly walk. About two :years

f' i."' an' offer"'for. their prisoner. They d'U'aneL' -_ -; *.. '"* .roomVH.ts gathered on-the-cloth.- .V-Tb*. beet -and-lowt-prtoed< followed Ura, ",Pinkbam (or -.II

e wr'w finally,'however named thirty tiding: d.!'His' 'arrival: at the h Dtel'll'.eamp 'which,,keeps:_ It I|fom settling' : .:.auyf: prepared coffee for Soatber-D:people,, I It, and can truly aay that ,

,.', ,'Ponies .a*. j1Ielr:price and to, their bad 'been heralded by a runner--and 1, where else.A': : -V<:, ; .;...J r therefore; come*,'fr :New Orleans.The" Lydia E. P1nkham'a! .Ve$ t.ableCom'i..

-"'"*"--Immehi surprise;- *1Kicking' Bird a crowd of the villagers! bad -gathered I '?"WhenusingFthai' damp; duster only most 'popular and'satbfaotQ17.' pound stored and health MrferPinkhfunVedrioe and' 'is w;; 'n.w tae-i." '.. "".,,,,,

[ ..X. :closed th'e.bargain and took their to fesat:their.eyes mndlto:yell Xbelrtrlomphf go'overa.hsil"dpaee'atone' ; time. brand Is called LntUnne Coffee. U Is strength.It m.e' ...eo ..._ ta.a say ..
i worth mouotalqa of 'gold to sufferingwomen. ... _.. '
[ < n r In ter world. b.
.. rinse;-elotla./\tn/ JUiiTnhare" a well known face-that this coffee.baa ;
; .
". Among tbemit+howeverawoman' ." ', ea..e they. .14...... .-.- a1 __.
y t' "There;was uo.ilttre >curiosity stood;'looking'1 earnestly and -be,no' dangoro, ;in>Jurln the wood- twice the strength of ordinary brands .:'.Whatlydia K.1-.: .!PtoldiarnViTege.table : Nw..y. .sake,. &-%

r I among the.1141el1ow. to know what with ;'kindness pn 3be prisoner.; At ;,works-Newyia{ I cab .Register, --- ,; and! Istherefore' ,- very''' eeonbmlcal.Every' .. Compound: did.for ,Mrs.Muff, ,"0"_those'...7 aSI y.M..fw s..twM.........,w cwwr.i.II 1M

v j"'Kicking, Bird proposed do'''IUlhll a second' glance: Klcklne Blrd'-recQg-<< " 'enterprising'South 'croe... ln? .t1\1\( it will do tor other suffering women.I w.t.D. ..c..s.d''AO sue r...__.
""Apaoh4l1I-lIttJ. drlednp'old'warrior'of. nixed In her a former member of hertribe has It for sale.I' M ry.u.t M..r M" W a....M4,
? >'\ll RECIPES; :" it CHILDREN, .. .....W.ewortrr tLnww , "
',three, '+ The \ ? .... 0..00,_ __.
I nEar ac>Ian' 'tent. -who' bad, been ,t."n' bt theApacbes vwdn
the Place J Calomel
BlmplPrddtn -Ha1.cup of rice: Take x> v- JIj.IiI" ..
'Kla'ra' h1.cothael'tlnd- .: .stveo"ears' PIEDMONT ..... ak. _' _L. I. r
Jg : kept tjunll'J. : aometsixei":;: ,. \ 'COI.LECEDLMOlgT..aA. 11I1" Ie _
G; 'time ''after.midnight 'slipped -outr ofT befot.. '._. : .;; '1 ': . :' OJ''I' ,oar NI 1 I Ioea4.__..b' ; e.d..II... r'wwP..a-uerll"wori4.: a.ow(""_. I"rb.farwTN ear i

." "The !vlllage ,! mounted* '::He.:.awoketo' :her calgiher\.byname of:gasarthpoontul,: <"U. lu .'! ._" .+ .BrMitk.r..... .BIMUV4 mt.1 l its :r.I_Uo_?. Y.-.q.MiTAKMl4l ., W.L. YM U.. ahA/r. Mew :

\\1r )fman.aad.rodeewayigsearcholthe: ,and the,. womaa.'came forwat4; :BLntHJt. trbtlrWriamooth+ ,.then.add < Oolhv* ID.11 in wwUI '::-. k"a1I'.M': I lvlr*., toln.r.. l*n- *.. t,!*.TMr....kfa tkcbfi .
; .
1:' ,- -"f, Apache mp.,:; ; ., jj'Jt / .eagerly, having:leeogtlxed'hlm."and tbseJtKe.wkllettf beat In.tultoapofsugar t' hotrand:and slowly little no.rM -=. .':=. .":= d..t..ra.le lator.r.s "......m>th ilM. = pt...P..r* A 'was.bis"purpose" : a/ .. ...... =
Z to'-returnitba they. Colloquy which those r -' e. ,.f r. "' "
; t !
?>tax :;map ko 'bis: frJ llll.' as* hIS Nephews lound.iltened.curloasilyrceae: : ,.pg f >'rl 'UIt..JUt. ): thlrrratziurtalea.mel. ; tlrtllrotdr.wtroewJrM.'YOUNd; -WAYCROas. ;. 13tOiLETAlJTJSEPTld
'Wken'eold'dnt "" GA. ..
A bad w beea'returned. b rI fth. IbaptKa'stribesmen the moment :.torrevila Ube:: pfl oner. :Idallcaeand'eatwlth'cream .! : ' :' ..
; years' before.; 'He. dared -, !.MBefora the; tale' was completed. -and eagai- ,i o r.maple syrup, ;: ' .

.;'.t aoi trastl'tbe. : 'Apacb.9! : with any is.. Cochls*'himself/appeared!'among\;the Oraydmay :Kaid: Qlngerbread. "J ft: does) not 'itrtV '"ieU..Idc'Ub
Jif ?V J'eort save himself. _V! : 'T .1 byat 'taderi: All was repeated for bis One aad!''t/ halt'cm>a of molakses; halt calomel bat U'-quick.: tkor. ncb. and : Y

'II".... ,'Had the Apaches not been" aUrfedfr baneOt.japd be at once called up the ;cuP,b(,)pear .:osiii cup'"ofnielted,)butter >> 0"a I AH aeauelalU action. .

=' )i'lkei Ta' ne 'otr.eJlo-Jaeket.; at old warrior whom} the-!Iowa; bad ransomed , .fcn IJ"eggOq: ')Ieapingteasppon;", EA .'\Keepa the breath,teeth;oxnuh and body 'tr';' >.

) A-'the. tJefeat'of tbs hunting partyTor '"nc! questioned, hlu"<'closely: ;, fulofYellow"i4ger.pus I ;\ teaspoon 1 I;..- ;>*!-...,- '1' l : Puts the SluKJili Lfvar.I f to Work ontiaeptieally .leaaarid free lro.,'_' '::7"';
f t%T Pad h '.beenV'ablixfe gala, the'.confl'dence : '.' ,','ta the end the',big chief severed ful 'J' ;bakln. ; powder and;just flour :. ....Id.r._.IU..4 disagreeable odors ,y"ZP"' "
I \ .to,-roU-.rery., ,( + thln.. Roll and : 'y'1r&SOTTL' t dW' deaf.tarp which water, and tooth preper.tio.e.f'' '
? of:the," imie. old 'warrior-the the, thongs' which .bound ''XlcklncBIrd' ; eA01.Ja : as' "' oap ... "
>> :..chUfs! ask: would not hay been) ptr- bandLtommabded : : .''io"'OI9lf ':53:; - small squatpleoas' ; lay themit r'e.eid.alone,cannot. do. A . '(t tfeedng .
'" '" -'"'' .* 4-JrtnseJ of.Uil'jpi-' ) (!\ bottom oft dlal.--:
.tI lidangeronll *'
]: T'JT' thls'inan-'hU'-weipona-he:
, !
; ; : : ; M1ISccdgcilli sad deodorziegt.Slctsegvisiti- .
;. ,.f< !"As bad ''bad' < jiiew, ,wellgreusud'baking pan'and American.Cotiton '
v-' :: he the Apache --those who captured :College : :'" "
b .
t' .out t'D, the'plain-In: broad daylight. theKlgwai: ; ". .: Y )r -'"L'p; bukejmtu'crlsp and brown'In very1o. or-unpdoaar-- :.k
''tlJ e': KickingBlrd, "'opened communication .-".'Now,":he said, tllro\Jlh'the'.IDt;
e::; -.with him In the sign-language.*' The p;:etef,;'.'you?muser exonerate us;;;for VFrunet\ 8andw'lcbe.,9t.N'a'poundof"tbe' '' i Bayon; M, and aU otbors, yovag or. ld>wJ.>. eve. maaMa to daMify l' e
? beat ,and the correct onl...... 1ft Grades-of Col to *TWrty Uy sctkoUrtBipa i Ur .
., ; pltner'with a iery little pee en :a. for inflamed eyes/
4CIowa.told.the old.fellow that he bag seemlo -ru4e.;.. \Va. UW.?:jrotjaader'stand 1'J r r -
.. .....' oaJor
aaaaplo ate rsinortcottooi
a= o ttn&Newleang1motuses: : added roes, or eovreipoadcase'aoar*! : teem ,"throat and natal and r
paid ponies tor, his rtnsom. and was il dosaniuZfor settee
Uji he.water.r*nd when yea Big cattoit graders y r< opoas ,Dt.rinora arrh At
..L Layi.1to.return mm to, III''own }petKtbAtrb ponies U(:fabsoraan } the.1;prunes: 1. Sept Correspendenee coarse yea*roand.-Writ at eye for,.,.... t.-tJcaUra.' > ymre
-. ,_jlle} *. kicking.<-nirdv: trlshed Id tool-who 1s ot so' Il te.:account::: are qufte.ort, allowTJhenf-To": : '"! I I. erd39esai.ora, ]

a... In "IUI..blfq .to'JJr9"t..tO..J: hle-trFbee: : Since you have'done'BOaad;' fear. .minute..then.romov.the; stoner -y mall poSi.'':: "k +f-'mm' eta ,

\ men, that a Klowa- had'si'.memory has retirnedrTott eTlTr-yiiU7 may": here" asd'Jay.theprpilee'tdtaiped;: tromfll'JulceL FLOREMCF UNIYERSlTYKrWOMEN'r "
; TdiUepli, .
I slices 'battered..
add;'could.'b.ust; ..Uo'de.lredthejA.paeb' ; ".ICr.DQW''put'1lI; -- Tthsntfe'eke : .. of ...d CMirU '-'-- '_
; ,to. show- the way; to his vll-. Ifs scalp;.and"go' home unmolested.' Uftady, This-i.--a *ultabTeTia'adwtch'' ; w.b r..u.w assets'-M lwrw.-r.w wb.w .b.wa e..rr.J Ae ..... MIT. "MOI.TM ana ec4 vv" seen east. *.>*' WaC

Jace" .w " ."Kicking} Bird laughed and,.reached I f qr.' :school children,;j ;' .A. I I1 .rr-4r..r.r.., .,.,1901,.4 'v.f.b..d..a..wt.a.dd..a... 1..a. b..r rMM. to.1 w t.r.d HA OSI THE PAXTON TOILET CO;, BMt. ,Miu.Mothers .. "

""The"old.; 'man.. 'regarded him In' abVnd-which* Cochise grasped.heartily. .--,Egg Sandwiches' -Harjt b'Uaomefresh / .Q W. raw.n M1"re A .

1':mot ,. *.tcUd.4J.beUef\: could-not. !Jm-. .' 'In"peace tot to-day/.. ..let".O' eggsk,and when.very.': .'coJd ;Ire-' Soolbora Fomnle CoU o'ataJoatnwill attend Floroaea Uoivonily for 19084809.. 5 J..aa"08) ...0-
l'- tglneaoenemy sos fi t-bearted as to ,?vl; do'not'want the scalp o1( your : nova the,nheli. cut In: tbin slices and ,

+ :set )J-JmiJre.1Tire\; ; \ believed", that. a0' Old man-: aJcf Kicking' Bird-'and. itay> "e 0| between! sous'-Yery-::thin \

\. 1'\Dllo.-lou.' Xlowa "", Iahed'-\Q.-take! will riov go back to' nil" .mat'. ,i.: slices ot battered bread; Remove the1 -Nursm'; ;/ .find. .Malaria i 1Jtf" ;

!" j hIm with'n sight''''ot bit own<.t !ace, ." "VVhen', 'we meet *fcal5/"',called crusts from;,the 'bread and--.cut the . g I. .,' rl rlr't1ie
;, .and 'tliat;;there,:In>eflnen> nt of save 'Co, hlaei; 'I trust it will be'foci to face ttllces'In' long; strip,or;in three-cor '' ,

,;f..W'ac"r1a;'reD' ,'blm th ..hops-ai and with"tbglance1' /y: rT frB*,,:.l nered-pieces' Season,,.IUI. .eel.r, sic; 1d8taDdar4'ROvU'S TASTULP33. CHIU.TOh1IC,. drives out'Malaria and build* up the'systeBCj ; +; ,

:.c"V.o Ilberty.rtbachief: ;::trusting- to 'bis '' 'flood shouted.tbe"Uowaf"'f1shalt : ' or,:plain:" ;, I\nd'.a".Uttie"'*, pepper. : Yotl know what you are taking:., The !ormu1 ..Ja.J laJnly ;tinted On every;bottle showing It t ,

. swift horse to. escape,.wcujd km linotrlthln U glad-_to::"raiae .:loth F."k ilpo3'. Bo m.times.V leaf of.lettuo.e'.addecl. tOj I i. simper Quinine and Iron In a tasteless and the moat efiecttiBA'prm. P6r adults and children.50c..JLf

i: : 'view, ,OL,h..e. lrl nds, Such pole.Yonth't i Com IID /the egg'makes pleasant..chaDce.-
:t """' "' a }Jilgb., .,? !'. I Ii 'prated. Motherhood.... .. ..
to. '"" T u .... :.:*, ::. ''';::.Ji; T -5'
l car"' .. -:;;: ,.jn. -T .c x .... ;r'f .
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NOTICE OP JU''E: &rION.' Justice. Dtetrlcta.;via 1.1' *.".II.e.T_ .
For Cast bl... end for the. tollowlair. Justice& BANK'S W AGO'N-'WOB,
-= "KISSIMMEE Beautiful Districts rill L."*. 4,a, *,I., ;. ,,
,,, .
i Voet Florfda WMLP.: &ALTbdt..bI ,..U l1.; ".....tMCon.utatloto" la TesUsjusnr W IeNot. J have hereunto aet .W ... . ( ;;;- .. '-

: i I In heat' g' tM Btats: of Fiertda did hand and affixed th*'Great Beal of the .....:I. <,
p..i. three Joint B......tloM pvopMlns; _.nd1m.ntttoh.CorrututMn Ii f.. II.J *b to of Florida at Tallahassee, thai Cap :
] Uere 1 am unce meW la 'K ...lmmeft:' inent la tour' city I U due to Us'oontanC"efforts /I/1 andtlwMm were Mrt>... $ a .ets of tlm. illl" R. CLAY CRA WPOBD. J AT'REASONABLE !- '

and located at the Or torie,ooe of tq'fftve publicity'to.Its. advant'ages nruu of all MM mMibw, rt..ot.< to _la' houMl ( Becretarref State.T0'Charl.s PRICES. .
'y the most, cbrafortarrie notels" In. the : I would su. ge..t that the Gazette I that UM mlMM laid Joint Rwlutton_wens *n. F., Kherilf Osceola County.,'
<' bred upon their rwpwstlv J- ... wltli mw ,
> Forces are tt work\ ,]Jut now to raise editions each year of not lest than five r and BW tlMraafi.and their" determine and dl .. 1 '. ..
Kt..(mmeelfrom an unlmuoriaat ylllage thousand copies. If la such an issue nee that UM MM Joint lUntatloni b.rabmltUdtoth Notice of Final Discharge. k.

tonne of the flnest Inland cities In Illustrations of the, many) beautifulbomns'the'nourt .*l itiunorth.Stab" at tM General:...Jtlon .Notice Is hereby.elves to all(slay It eta!oen.m BIO .ksniit1fn Horseshoeing. and .Repair Worl :
South Florida;; You have an"immense house;school house In ....*......!.l_. that six months fitter date I will present to :
territory agricultural I and trlbwrtthihebe If and buildings were shown and ell, Now thorafora,I. H. CUr! Cra.r......8.er4.rrof 'the County Jwhte of Oeoeela eo.."" at him oleos All Kinds Done by.First-class Workmeti., -' r,

_ ; tofshippingtfaclllslebothby mate a ,general water.oihl.etowere'aven! description' your( .....01 Ute...te of Florid, ...o hwvbxnotlci '(give In KleshnnM City my accounts and Voucher to- ... ; ,
*that *
rail aod"wa4r: ; a clhn\ "L<1' unsure and circulated quite generally the effect .'- a cvther.wllh my Anal report, and ask for a final >. .. e 1y
,pasted on the globe;' artesian. flowing would soon be noticeable,'- - GENERAL ELECTION '' dlsehar eaaJiRIoUlrster"of the Mtoto of'Ancle I tit ... "
: ...,;1d'ln I. Parker deeeaa d. late of said county ;: '-. ''... .
wateri'and' schools. J ..a* good as any in : Inaauch .aa JSMu6t everymerebantshould will b* county f; la riorfcU. on Tuo.l.r '' if . '
,July let: OEO. F. PAl JIER: /
the ",t..le.. 7'< n... --1 place'' an advertisement and put niiooMdlfut, the ant Monday i.t Npyember. 1108. .
The turning point In Klsslmmee from I subscribe for one or two hundred copies A. D, -. UM old Tu....,Mn* the, iem4n" .AdminckatenAo. .!! J. J ANN ... Proprietor

'Wsleepyj'duU; village td a bustling, toalvelownriatetta9nba.lnt'everya ([I mailing them t/oold\ friends I n' th. :THIRD DAY Of NOVEMBER: -- ----- _._--_., > -M'e1> --.'..:+ -Pd -.- '-
;-i -+' -r rtBte .-- -Asyeryr:
pllanoe for personal enjoyment, ;; with I the county revenue, the CountyCumralmtoneri fRMolutloiu pr.>oilnK amtodmaaU to the ConliU.tutlon . MEEKHas ' from vice to-guard I would probably assistIn of tho StaU of Florida vU --- .. :-ci
the homes the boys aotTthe glHs ws t the distribution of several thousand. ... & BarberNEW

ti the day jyuu voted no longer to m.m.I I copies/ of this special issue. ,; for sale choice Jands In every : Shot;

talrftbe ooen saloonwhich.., today u J An active energetic Hoard.of.Trade" A JOINTRESOLUTlON'' .liw .n amend- portion of Florida, adapted for farming .

.. 'recognized rite) world over a* the( worst.'s I, Is a move In the right-direction I I. In I meat to Section Nine (9)) of ArtM Vivo (iI) of or the growing of fruit and vegetables ." l\<
.. .M of clylllzattoh andhuraanitv. J
' fact a. necessity. A* an { "'thel.onIUtuU) ,,n of Florida nlatliur.ioJudklal 'of every variety; ..Ieo' phosphate ..
,Give t.bem.or advantages you po.- j friend of mite visited a town not'far 'aaIatie& and rtnc4 ands. AND UP-TO-DATE '
ess to airy county on the Pactlic coast ( KlMlmmee. .He had.hardly.rejr- -I.i of * _. -- t --'--'- ... ;
_i." I com B* a fagr4J>oXoBi ieii l t u the lit... 39S - - --- -- -----r .oJ. .
-andlt werutdberdenattlrwpulatedInt istered at the hotel btojtJre-be was approached of Florida: Exceptionally One bargains/ In orange c. .
..... .. The only thing needed to S .
n year by gentlem'an who stated. He sell renl ". A
can or
wide I'{ Tn tSMtloi) Nino (9) ot Article Fin (S) of the I
'}. Much results li to tflvo
produce he WAS one of wmmittee of the Bbard Coiutltutlon of tho BUM tit Florid.lfasd the vour property. I
"publicity to the actual advantage you !101 Trade and would be glad to show seme b hereby amended eo u to reed ar foH>wi. 4
.. can offer to the thousand\ now necking 1 him the cltv. The"day was spent \JII'' ri*.1 '- ' Agent for best Fire and Life Insurance Hot and Cold BathsFiiie '

hordes.Nc'failurehetever. oocurred! securing < sightseeing\ ", the guide pointing out all Seatkm" NI... (0). The'neI UrTe'I ."of-Justices of and Armour's Fertilizers.Kisslmme'e .
Its many advantage My'friend was the Supreme Court Circuit Judcee and Judges ....
that '
"; Section
to :
immigration any
can offer cheap lands, a fertile soil so Impressed with the push and energy Criminal Uourte: Reeordx.. bed by the. Florida. javana.Ciga'rs' '
; of. the people that he ourchaied the IAaiaJatll- ' .
cod healthy climate' !pare water. and i
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same day some real estate and prior .
rainfall, provided the That tho forecoias1 amendment,of Soetlon Qlne r. ,1-
facts an average and"made .carefully LoJe.VJollcODtriU'ted for a home that ((8) of Article Fire (Ii) df the Conatttutkm: JTrlor- .. !:'.
known Is ) and occupied. Herei Ida b hereby yre.d .... and the earoeihjjfbe eub. :. \ ". .
distributed. wealthy ., ,....
of Influence secured .' >>
wa man
It'is no Idle ..lerLlon'to tav. that milted to. the leotore. of the Stato for approval or FlemingCLEANING 1. -
by a trifling expense. The same effortI at the next isner.l.tecttonof Sprigg
rejection Repraeentatlvee -
.i -Oaceol a county-can -aualaln a pupal1 |I and carried POOL'ROOM iN. CONNEo
adopted energetically out
1 Lion of .ever iuodred thousand peo I hereafter, aa required by Section One (1) ..., ON.
pie. It Is' larger than the State of Delaware : will bring" scores of good !men and factories of Article Seventeen (17) of laid Constitution
.... every ye'ai*tO Klsslmmee.!
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the soil will average better, and '' ,. J .J
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*% and In. The future of Kisslrumeereat-entire- "" . .., .,
dine of special products I I ly in the hands of Iticitlsens? You can jblNT.KHSOLUTION propoelnv an amendment PRESSING. '.
State In noted
whAchthst bave .'clt.)' or .village, a cowpea or I of "d --,. i ., aerML -
Ooceola-la uo rior.x-Tbe-llule rupublie > to Article Twelve of the Conrtittitfcm the DYEING I. ..
beautiful streets planted with lines of .
or Swkserland l I.\Ii ;l'Ifle larger and Btate.of. Florida relative to education to be .MAbN.. monsm.'r MAOM4; ''
than (>!!cee but U covered with j palms deoldlous, trees. known ee Section Sixteen of said ''Article providing REPAIRINGave
mountains and has really little fertilef! The poesent outlook for your city Is for the levy of a special' tax for the tup- '
soil yet It maintains population of encouraging. How /glad your best citizens port.maintenance of the University of the MACK BROS. "

three ir.ljlions, haspyer one million of are that you no longer have your Stato of .Florida, the Florid Female "'.011".. word st( ray house and clothes ,
eagle;(1 half million of sheep andthe.same people debauched bv.the open saloon.; the Institute; for the Blind. Deaf and Dumb,and. will be called lor and returned. ;/

of swine and goats. It exports 4tow proud to say to the world, "You the Colored Normal School. .- ;
yearly articles to other valued countries at one of Its hundred'products I can of them bring becoming your son"degenerates here without by risk the Be Florida It Resolved: br the Legislature .of the Stateof Satisfaction Guaranteed I Livery, Feed. and'&ale Stable.IWOOD }

use of intoxicant Guard well the
million. I That the following amendment to Article '
present prohibitory Should ( -:--
'These! instances are given merely to ybu Twelve of the Constitution of the State" of FIo,4da -r mar DRAYINQj r

show the business we (nay anLt.Wulle! : ever again permit the sale of liquor, to be known an SaeClJn 10 of amid Article be ee.ra 4.rr ariarlIte. ?, ; .
the old horrible scene. of Iqhes.ftrex wlif
years ago j Is Now
r Everything and First-Class.
when Onoeola is settled uif\ yen an VlfI"Te and the same U hereby agreed to and shall be aub- ;, Wo
I remember
much a* some of our easterfi St. log. of apparent. can milted to the electors of the State at the next I M. TILLER 'ti. "? Render Prompt and Satisfactory Service '
l+ Bights drunken your 4ep6t, -
election of held In 4
general be
Representatives to
How the County gad City Can He .
crowds of negroes blocking the sidewalks
/ the yter !''*'>*. for .LifL..n or rejection. I J ItalY or Nlffht All Kinds
Made Known.
in front of the saloon cnmpell]! 3 Real Estate ,'
.....,. Id.. A aMclal| tax of one mill ou. the i. Agency; heavy f
The Gazette has done Us duty faith- Ihg your wive\ Sl..i; daughters to walk dollar ..f.1I twxable property In the St..te. BhAllIm I Hauling. l MAT
b fully, end! much of. the present Improve- the ntrGrts. Tit A VEI.F.R. es..aeaaaBee.eaaaaenp.e.a. -
lerhdennu.ily for tlie uport and .IIII"u.

anvo. of lbs Uulverslty of the 8tato or Klorlun, Realty bought and sold. .K ..... "' .... "..... ,, ....... ,....... ".... ,....... "" ,
tho .
Florida Female College the Institute for ttis
Val tluior, Albert Parker Albert 1 Houses rented. Jj.
YOUNG PEOPLE GO blind, lifnt and Dwnb cud the Colored Normal ,j _
Bearden, Henry Stanford Kui :Hohool. whlrh sllallb<> |raid 111 to tileStall! II f q .
B'an and Charles' Cjirson.Baby .
Trft.urcr and nut apart by him to the credit of ified for non-residents. t -. '
: ON AN .
..EXCURSIONAt the btnio Board odEducntbm. to )he appointed Fire Life and Accident Inf .

___ ....o_ are made by Morphia.all soothing Fiends syrups' and Ilona and disposed...|recjuircil, <>( .for l h"the the act IxmelH rrratluyaiid of ..ak1lu..lnu.maimtaluingtheasmukpewp : : surance.IndemnityBonds.* rRTi1'vD's "' J THE HBHYSTDI &GfleiiGE m (IlBGpE SHOPS'':' r.

Place They Were baby medicines that contain opium ; so. Chapter" ( 1.1)fth" 1 w .
At: (very Visited Laws, f.. \
and narcotics. McGee's-Uabv Elixir of FlorlOtrt. "1'"t..Juo I !Q05. ,r.tSF'V"' .'V""V' ""':" .

Given the Glad Hand and contains no Injurious- or narcotic drug -- ANTHONY A. LOLL, Proprietor . 1
otXrny kind: A and safe for
sure cure ..... dAGiEP.IT
; 'a FcasL. ">- STsordered-stomach*, bowels and fret- JOINT RESOLUTION 1'01'fliiiiK) ' an emends .
y' '" fulnesa 'splendid for teething Infants. m..nt0 Hectlpn fUrir-fiv of Article Fire of ROFI L __ _.._ :,
'" '. !Sold: by Itcbernou's Pharmacy. i-'mtstiCiitlop of Flortda..rijIatiUK to; the etital%| DANGER IN DECAY,

.. .. .. liolimcul of Fairbanks-Morse
Th. Voting! ladles of North: KUslm- -- -- - Court.. Gas Enginesand \
Be It It" by the l.tuUlaluro of the .
Mlsse Grace th1'v Car.sod -
meet JoIUy of J. Reeves.
Character: J.. .
Slate" of Florida .
gr'i. '
Louise Maklnson Alleen -
amendn .' ; Klduev4>i ea es Are: Too Irrigating Outfits.w .
Dangerous -
Ihat tho following > .1'1..fl" ; .
and Jlole Moon assisted by Mr*. M. To Whom It May fOoncem:

Katz, entertained lo,eo mot novel and to certify thai we, the under. l' /rtr Wi>eye of Article rive of the Constitution. for'KI."tumee People). -" -- -=--7"u. ._. ___ .-,-,-,. .
.lta..reattlllr..wapO. :.Tuesdayecenlotri have known or rtda-la hereby agreed to and thsll beoposoU to Nesrle t. .
; ; signed Mr.J..J-ttre'ps.:: ; '
The of the entertainment and submitted to tlil elector. of the'wte IRENTED -
nature evening's :
Oacepla cou-nty, Florida, for nearly AUTOMOBILES OR REPAIRED.ARTESIAtf :
of -
( :The great danger kidney troubles
( i fora ilK>rovai or mjoctloo at the next genera .
was an excursion' ; i-I forty years, and 'we can cheerfully is.thatlbey get a- firm hold before the .. ............ ,.... .. '
land. *- ?, and truthfully testify a.* to his high ,!) election rafter, that Is to say,said SeetloaTblrtySvs suffererrecognizes. them.- Health.Isgradually .. ....r .j:
The excursion started'atthe home of Ot ald Article shall bn amended .
moral character We-ki\ew\ him timing WELLS: DRIVEN !,
so w to road M folldwtti' undermined. Backache ANrjWBPTH ;.
Miss Grace .1o\1e.\ ); Here the hosts the life of his first two wives, and '
.... assisted by Mra. Pierce and knew him tor be[ aa industrious hardworking eotlon HA. No Courik-othet'''than b r,.io spool-. headache, n rvoijnegi, lamenoiis, soreness -. .. '" -----._-
Bed shall! be establlshed/Iit this play, except luntbatfo, urinary troubles, dropsy /
,Mr. dicks received their guests andCarried man and a kind husband) whoalwayerprovided'wellfor
,'- them to the cold drink stand,, his 'famll)',. that the Leglilattire. mar provide for the cry :diabetes and Bright'. disease fol- :

?w-.l ? '.\which bad been'placed In a corner of \\'" never knew him to tlltreat or neg-. atlon. and velabllsftment sfteh addltioual c law In your1 merciless kid De'ure sucoesston.the Don't kidneys tieoTecl ;- wee- Sollcit ""all'.Kinds Repair-,. WoriP) : -.
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theveranda" where then were served l lect.either of them. Andwe further Judicial circuits aa may from tlme to thoe becomeneoesnry with the certain -and sate. remedy .
with limeadeby ,and for the appointment br the Gov .. .
K.rl. O'Qulnn. .
testify that he has; always bourne the Doan> !. Kidney rills, which has cured .
The guests were the"lrlyeD'lekeLa to reputation of being a kind and affectionate / erne,and eonnrmatlon by the Senate of additional people right here In Klssimmee. 1 .'
,f.:! :the'"Jolly.and liaison Casino," The husband agj>od citizen: and a circuit Judges therefor, whose terms of offices.
H. north tide KisslinHiee.Fra. .
parlor war. arrcoged as the audlto-, high-toned Christian gentleman\! and and...nee) jurisdiction shall be tbe same as hi v .W. Smitht' ,
. : found Doan's Kidney .

*..,gram rtumandtbefollowing.vaudeyjllepro-was given: we that further he either believe' neglected! that or any failed report to herein provided provided,for.for and the mar circuit clothe judges any Rallre.dCasmi alreadyheroin PlllssUi.lf heSUale, si'recommend remedy of merit.anddunot them. My : Bargains at Cash Store t -.!.1White

Instrumental 'Duet-Mmses J611ey provide for either of his wives, I Is maliciously slon with judicial powers. la< all matters. kidneys "" ubled me for some'time.'
and Canon, >l-: connected the function of their offlee. ,
; false. Wegive; this certlHcate rita :. 'Dackaobe, w re of common'oocurreooa t1.. .. .
O Give Me- That Water- .
8ong torefute these 'false fharf -- II '
I ,
apd" were ofterr-aooorapanled by .pain ,
'mllton,'',-'Mls*.s Maklnion' 'Carson, "brought. against "Mr; Reeve.' b) In the region oft IIldoe: ,". The kid., Lawn 4Q|in. wide, ;>5c per vardlLaft : ":i,

t .. .:; Jolley:-8aaeeBoleMisiMTTCaraan"and Maoo..w f 'political! atg1r't0. Opponent injure-duringthe Mr.1' Iteeve 'The voles east, and la the eomplianoe ansdsel.rsiiona with said proposedmurnilmtats ney j secretion* were .hljrhly, colored, 1 ..from 6c to 160 par yard . ' ,, :V''f\ ..... .

One-Act Con:. dy-"*FS..t'.- E.CUH.1' Augusta A: Heaver. ; J;J. VlnUiif,*W.' Y-J- .. : contained'in action a sediment?' A friend and.recommended were Irregular ,- Ores PantS. $1.50 to '$> pair. A .:.:." ;rir

i Characters: orll.i "Miss" ).t!,>.klo.on; P...y in Ing..E f 1....Reaves,Jj., .B..Speer, returns thereof, shairite subjected: .t* the same Doan's Kidney Pills-tome and'l obtained . $ .OO., ,i:' x: +' ...
;TaW. .Min !Moon: : : W. H'' resTUlatkma and restrictions as-a. pl'Orideol1oJ'
-V y DunawayfLlule Dunaway ,M. TrunKs and Suit Caes at lowest '
a box from'th.1U..lmm8e.jJrulf ? prtcei-V -f: ?
Vocal,8olo8niartr"Mlsil law for genera elections In the Bbt..d Florida. : J .
w l Volley.A . GTaoe.'.; Reaves B. Reaves, W,:W A.;- Daon.H, Itobersoo;. Geo.'SJ: Dann R. L. *In-uwheNot.. I have hereunto. set'mr Co. and began their use.';They proved Picture Frames from'.S5c $L60each.; ; .,. ......:: ,y :," r J -.
/ the guests were* leavingtbeCa. I.-rWi Graves.;.Marr'RGraves; J J. hand and affixed tbe great seal of the State of very not ooly.rellevlno' Crockery at-the lowest prices; . : -' '
; I backache -and strenirtbenlnkr njv kidneys .. M
,1110 they were "given' bags ".''peanuts.. !Qann:. Mrs Sarah E. Dann." ,, Florida, at Tallahassee the Capital' thai twentyififthdayof but beneflUor generally.! ",, v< Fancy'Straw'Hata at cost::- --r-r t" ., h.

and. T::taffy. next candy plaok vltlled'was. the i home. ' '(151.11" Julr, A.H.D.1M8.'CLAT CJiA.wroa. .',.:... of'Orllle' by..all ,dealers.Price- M ,:.Best Shirts made for $1.00 each- "... !r ,..-r;; ';> \ *'Ji"**

of Mrs.-'Kats.'" ,As the- guests r If Florid Goes Dry.. ..: < asa.tayyclBtatq:. ceuts." Foiter-Mllburn. CoBuaalo. Inw11At anyold Prlc.'f ..., .' "
y approached -
'. they were greeted with,"real [t.wlll"nod h'e1'the manor woman 'who :. I 1 .' 1.. '. . New States.York. :; sole: agents'for; "7 the'united-.".:, ; only'place you can getthd'Beaver Brand Hat. ? t.'
f y
.-. 'Cou.)'" 00 I Ie'made by a piano andgraphophoDf has a cravlnsTappetlt for drlok:'The ELE: 'TION. Remember oame-Doan's--and

'i i.. ,. .ball bad "bren,going oonverted at full Into blast.a 'bowl-' The ..desire friend must or relative be removed.whom If,;,bu you ", havea TetfceBherlrTef.ppiicB.pi: OeeeolaCoanty.'ot; the State gtrlerldmtr ''ake. _n OLb f'oo-; -' .:. adq arter
'- Ing aile, and Messrs. Wood fin Carson . save from the drink or, drug . "':; . W, ._...... ...._........:. _-. 0 '..., ... .. "... ,
and Bunyan'ttlepheDS chose sides habit, -write'Immediately:forrconflden- :Be It known that f. H..der Crawford.. S ire- m Notice of Election. xIn l. /, ':>
bowllng'oontest.. . .
ford After close lai Information Th r. --
a. Keeley. JnstU) tarrof Statooftbe.atoU.of. rlorUa, da herebyCtvenotloethata ( : .." :: ,;
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cam the. guests. were Invited' *o- the lute, Jackconvllle, ria. tf J : n accordance with UM; law la each cases sale !

w, very st>faotlye "lunch eouDI.r," :, ............. 4 OENERAI..ELECTIOif J and provided tt to hereby announced., and declared ;
'when Mrs.-KTau and Mr; Bert Bryan ; r.... :that an ICIeetI & will be held a* Nwm __ ti In .. ::
e. ;served .... '1ttche..I.s> and popcorn. Water Rising. at Last. will...and In Oeeeola Conntr State .* Florida I pedal Tax School DMrfat No 1. o.o.oIe1, sent! MaJs 3l liineiy Co//:
'4 ,h ",Tbe-exourslonUts-.were next oon- Fur Ute'past'week tea good on Tneeday next asee..ays the ant MendarlaNovecaber. 1 na,e.Batrdey..lata dar ef Beptoaber.A,Dl
ducted w 'the home of 'the >MI.... rains have or days .A. D. 108, the said Tuesday bates the',1900. detsmlae whe analt serve .. Trostees of . ;

':MOOD'"' The, attraction",'.was a tilling' the stream.been falling anti In sloughs this section and ea' THIRD'DAT.Of.MOVElfBU. .:ibe.oressld Special Tax School District ,No.Sfovtweresataext 22 OCEAN,; &T:,.r-C:: ;(.: :'r. JAC -8QNY1LLL i FfjA

hooting !gallery. Quite ,.n i inter- a* a consequence the water In the lake Per five PreatdeatlaJ Eleetera.Vr . I l after said Electinn: ;; and to flx : ** K N"
;Besting cootest In targM! shooting "M has risen three or four Inches If the Representative frees 'the.Second. Conarssslooal ;the number of -dils of district ......... tu to belevied Portable mod SUtloairv, h nlln.iM'
I. enjoyed. Messrs. Will! Mason Tiller I I"c..r each of said two ,
present rood seasons continue' willow D5.aieeI -rioriaaHAin. the 'BUtr-nrst for years* Saw MIIIaWo orkloA'"Macht.\
and"Lawrence OrlOla were the "bai-k- > be only a short time before. the -of the United Stoto. *."* r TS., 'X.O.I'IaeIIaD. R r. a_sad r. w. Hid.itspecters. tery, Shinale Mills; .Lltb'' .bulb, aqd\" ,

f: .era, ticket sellers and general manager 1 boats can resume their regular trips) Fee Ooveraor ef the State of Flerida.. ., .gad J_B.Real clerk of said election. .general line of,, supolteirK''Comp'" i .

a.of thejrallery.' Mesdames J; t.. to.Halogen. !: and other river point* rqrSecretaryefltotoof. the State Of rTorBa.' ,It I I Ittor Done byermsr ot the Board of. Pubic lastruc- -. Tine carried In stock for,1 hMnedreW'.i'; "

Moon and .r.'H. Aliaon'.oreslded at ,,.-.,.'.._,.... -...,- .. .....- Fee... e -< e anal of thj.>'tato,4 Oortda\ ..._..-10!".""" .o.-Ia CqaatFo. '.. "' . = .""5: jhlpmeni_ Sold_or.ay-t rn)t... ,w
4-- rII.heJ.. IIIQ "COont.r".t :..1Irvici; . . -: v '.rA' .' For Comptroller of the State of Florida. I Tpl.lethLey.t- : A.r1016.' :-:0-: 1 . ",Tt!, :,,,,,,..; ,; :. _- <%. r I. .....
cblokep salad l WedkUedis .
apd beaten biaoutta.+ V - 'W C.BA88,'
'. Pcn..verpf' Ute Bamtoe* rtrM.:: .. ,1 I.". r t, L It will-pay you to'consultus,, before'
The excursion waa finished at' the the 'ul&lw.r: to descrlbethepoor rrb.prl.bdotefPuMialesreeSee d GI W. J.BURS.. ._ wDlsai4f --06.iressa06.iressa .'buying. Postal will

oro*or- .-MaktnbonrUere' .the tMthatlsaflliotedwittt.rorma,;-No' ;-....., rlarill_- I.--y- -r =,. :..._ .s.----..: ,. .man. Write for 111usIratedcatatbgu bring-our sale "

..:i. ; 'atlractionsweye teHer' booth a. skating rink, fortune matterbow much or':how. often It ..ta. for Commlsatoaer.f.. ..rie..uuatIa:: .State ofVerTwtt ... .' . ,and..price? *.: .tK, $;. '*eg-' '.
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cream part. jhe worms get all the no''Jrl.hmenUrom Flrid.. . ...; Qw.n180.q er aA.M fer C.1.bratod
i logs The ..excursionists-w. greatly the=::food'-tbe child \ gets iprncttpallTpone. Jaetleee'ef'. SopreeM't'otirl"ef, '1L'i.o' 'ot men and3women'who. are Farah: :

.n Interested In the fortune teller as they ...,. white'* Cream get.rids State of norlda., ' >; '* %" agreeable with other get. "cranky: ?.' at .- J i., ,fe-i
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.; > .JUI'e.'lYen.plc'urel .of'their" future; .ot..tbeworms_quickly, easy and Fot BaUro 4 >'s it's -Jcdojc _
.f. 4.eetthTAtit l tref.F, Pt home. not; dlsposltloa. the ': '
.. husbands'and wives;' I.t; :. with 'bo.'bad J ;after effect*. 28 Ida : ; ;: llterr; .11 you find ib.F uraell.tlaaf'jo B- : T
-;:"'...,...._ Mrs.. Maklnson'MUMS: Virginia. cent, a...bojtle.Sold? .by.. Rotlersoq'. Peatat.9.myarfrssICsi9NSnaten J)18. feel;cros.?around. the'.jiouse, ,little lOLLINS: .. 'C'O tE'e'G :
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.. = a-We* "dre4lAe"Mr.'cn.1D par. . ,,: ; ; the' BotteV..rf. 1-RepreiUveef : .... Ballard's' Herblne and put your llyei ,, V LORIDAb1OLDEST'COLLEGE.I : //'I"
,,fir...,, scurlWDi.t.l "----__.4._ .The Floridian' ai; the Qn6, of' -the tea State.( ride.V ..;: '1 r In shape. You and everybody around \ oj., !' :--t '\)

The were: 'M 1y., i 1ve-3ontlege--4or-ihe., Soutb.ra leer eleeuty 1""i.. ;... you will, feel better for I.: ,Price 60 1College..f'SjTi sod $ehuolaof'Music' K preslon: 'Fine.,Xrtof y .DosWJ!
Vivian Lee, Elisabeth aad: AooleCar. chants held In Ito and and Buitneis. *> .,
Baltimore lasf week ragiprerfd., . cents per bottle, RobersoD's ,< .- son/Brta' Bryan' Mae Graves, Eleanor under the auspice! *.of,.the .Traveieant' '.; a ,yare .:' barm.oys "-' -- ').,' heal CarnegieHailadthird; large fruit f ..... .r.e'sdornlrerynowgoingup7.iestrleIlghb'steamaa4lur, l s,
I Van Duior.Marie"Huddle ". geld
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were"S Pr..r.tin Attoraer. \ eoaomloational <
,Mabel P.rller.Rub1: Kill, Cornelia Overstreet and J. E..Hardee, of FvrCoaatr eeseeor el Tu:..., a dltbndoll.nowm stiuN; nemodrsaiohdarhlpiavSl4bli. ,'' ChM ln' si..:!-

Jlojsrlaon.. Grace Jolley} Mary Carson Madison: W B. Maklnson, of, Kl*. For Tax G."IM':1'0>"V -. ROGERS' LIVERWORT } stands torCHARACTER. ,,.. ,:: .. ,
'f:: y Elo1M.OOD.. Alleen Moon It.LeU."O..e.re8to . Immee. R.I. Benson, of DunellonfJ For County Dbpertaeemleait ellhblle laetraetraFor TAB AND OANOHALAOUA - .*. r _,
\"' Mary Ix>lse 1.lclo'oD"aCl ,. T. Marbles* of High Spring' } C Cos. -Treaeorer. 'ffV BMeVW. VUDAtPaUIW ..*. Vs .fVWSja***, Colds. .CULfUREQONP; : UPJ. '..

": Ruth Butler, Messrs"Joe Butler.Koya R. Pippin" of Tampa; Mrs C./M. rill:Guest Bmrrerer,,.._ ,,'.-f' .. AMhma las:.and eeoasnmption.Brooehltli and Liverwort all. LsmcoomalalnUtend TarendWild .;Next session begins October,1.- For '
Edgar : address
'< .Overstreet. Kits Howard calslofcuas ths 4iestdetifwM.
: j Dane and A; M.Darb). of <.Starke; For' fl**Court fiaiarisilnaiis, : ce.rrr, been for ages asaaSilped aa ;
? -.I:, .Katv \Voo Ulo Carson, Bunyan SM- W..O'.Hol'ge.: .of Quloor.. Baltimore For Three of the Cesratr Beard pebRe stditrbod "IaIAoa, r.a N....... cosgh ,
Members af F. 'BLACKMAN.
./a.*. ;'p.IMG.-1iormaD', Charlie' Moon I.1 a very pro resslvs.olty.-" .-Jack.onvllle 1 > .....)..u..... ...' '- ' -...see,. ,n be eooeles given with to safety.Jues .beehtldrs.orb.refaidrug ..' .. : . Khf: ..L: 'WiterPas! : k ?P.. '
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