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: September 4, 1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00349
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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:l .' Cr ittLBassVloufsParkerant i The most absorblngquestloj Q-bctore---- : level: 'tt 'is, a' common .observatloo TNjLommittee on factories] .of,:theBoard : : : I: .

Pir ,Pw st wart,.Arr'ested'" ':; by .Shei; lute people of thte section;;; tod. "Isjiow\ I that. a large the. static number\ head of of artesian the water.welliaffects It of :Trade'.Have +Taken the ; !

t&h r ,aftPrtrakalaryedWith'' : :Disposing to> procure permit, of sufficient regular Water,, travel to the from oanaliU KIs-, in static the head case of should the Klsslmmee be even slightly\ba.la'the. reduoeUas -'! ,Matter. :,y.No .Necessity',To'(Go .

Their slmmee to Lake Okeeohobee and ..heocxbT the result. of new wells, the : Capilal---A' 'fertilizerfactory :
CatUeNot Own Abroad for -A
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sob Requit'e'd ir O.lf. Looking to this end the CountyCommissioners be Interfered with. .It I* to be expected .- 'i in '(.onoedion'Would.Pay _
Bond : of $1 :
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of Each Man Not' Yet Given.s appointed ccommittee to procure .lmmee valley that additional wells "' Entire t Openrtint'Expenses.v : I
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Case. ., .- expert eridenoe a* to the advisabilityof will be required: txrsnpply the water, : : ,
sinking a number of artesian wells for agricultural and general purposes, '. I .
and It Is not advisable undertake a ___
the west shore of Lake Tohopekallga >
S? < Cattle steal W id Osceola: Fount on ae a meats of procuring water ant plan that may Interfere with-- -\b,. wellsof 'Th estabUvliIng. of""p'k o8' house ; ::

i :JiooIu\+qu-ILe.'brl.k .jralt last'week,,, Bolent to raise the lake land oaaalf to this valley; Klssimmee In-Kliilmmee lies been generally discussed I ,
permit. tbe travel bf' boat, .The committee Tbe flow of the river ofebe week with the verdict : ::
"L.? .1 three rustlers succeeded in spiritism.way procured the service of Mrs K.tUSeTTards upper end of 8out.'-.port canal, u the past ,
'if'- .. a beret -01 twenty-nine fat beeves State Geologist a recoginlied given by the O. 8. Engineering Department t.ba"lOt all enterprises It woujd 'yieldthe [

>' ,#nd selling them 'or'2.'IO and a POD'. 'authority, ., wbo went--carefully; ts 1,226 gallon (164 cubic quickest and largest returns'bn the I : k
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%"bht In playing their little Joke of borrowing over the around and cave to the subject feet) per second at low water stage. money Invested, for this place lathe : I
>> hu.best. thought, and submit the Tne strongest t flowing well that I was center of oattle-ralslng In Florida.
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. other peope' property the following his findings and conclusions able to examine at Klsslmmee. a foui What. makes a packing house*! more ,
':' to-remember that Sheriff Prevail inch well located the of other kind I'
-*- on property profitable than almost any
5' was still in office ..cj'a": this writing :, -Frenk-VanrAgnewv: ; flowing of Industry the by-products that go
,;, :: they are his 11"1.'ts,'and from the looks Mr. : at. the time examined from a.pipe threeor with it. Fertilizer made from the refuse ..
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y of( things. they will put in their timeR P, A.. ,Klsslmmee Agnew ;' Fie. four feet. above the general surface I I of cattle slaughtered in most oases : :

,j 1r1l.tllnlr, for the state for some years. : Dear Sir-Replying to tour letter level four-tenths (.4) laHona"'po1' sec pay the operating expenses of the entire : L
\'"" .I to. come. that oDd Wells of largerdl.meterehould plant, and the proceed.from the
of August 11. I am of tbe opinion: __
""'If The first. known of anf weq In the flow' rapid, the,us..al Increase Is -
ibo use of wells a. a source of supply more' sale of Ice foran Ice plant necessary .I
lower part of the county dreaming they being in proportion to the of connection with all ; : ,
y of water for the Klsstmmee river during square In packinghouses :1
arerw cattle. kings when in reality the.didn't ; vrolooced drought I.lead I. tbe diameter, A 12-inch well under of any Importance. will\ be sufficient
own even a saddle blanket was : periods I..ble stt. . the same conditions .should flow nine to pay a good Dividend on' tbe : ,

,t when )II'. Jim Hancock' cameurKtsslmmee i First, there Is not sufficient assurauoe times as much or.,:three and six-tenth capital stock. - ;;.
( one day last week and _. portBird that the arte.isi} basin will per- (3.6)) gallons per second. It. is true It would not require more than i25-
',",'; that. a bunch of cattle was .boIOaJ.dr."eD manentlysupnly the quantity of waLeI'necell.r also thatif the pipe lower to'the surface 000 to install\ a, first-class plant, and II
' across the county bv Everett to maintain navigation In the flow is further increased The certaloljr the cattle. owners in this. J .
E. Baas Louis directloiLof Parker Tampa and PasouEtewart and :, the river)during periods of drought.. yield li also affected by.the depth, increased county would furnish it. with cattle I ;
in the depth as a rule.I Increasing the amount-of
stock In it-to tae ,
chief end for taking
r the Tbe practical purposes :
t u the names are not recorded 1 least 500 bead, for It Is much cheaper ; :
of and other ,
artesian
the only source flow.For \
, collector's. books as taxpayers upon underground water ia the rainfall..' aq estimate of the. total number fop them to have .their cattle killed \; '
'any extensive property, :desere.'E. L.I The ralnfsll:supplyiog.wells may be of wells It Is necessary to take into/1 when they are in good condition thanto :4
Lesley and Jno, M. Lee. to whom consideration the waste and loss **iS
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the with herd them on-the-range- ,
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report was through evaporation together wltK'anestimate1 I I Itoosts
wells somewhat less local price* to advance. fifty
shallow ,
lJi. These e'euthlng-on' 'the trail j
.logo of the actual amount. of watrnecessary
below as ts usually tneease-wlth deeper wells. I in money and'slzty poulld..itr..ela-bt.
::two men came across the trail : to maintain. navigation. In 1Itf to drive or shipit \ :
Occasionally the geological structure of each-head cattle ; :
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Tort Gardner and followed Is suchas view of the fact, however.that assurance from hereto Tampa or,Punta Bass : ;
"'I of the underlying.formations
.p ,through the meanders Rough and to conduct water from considerable as'to the permanency of the art- I amounting In all to 'about fJ.60. 1' i :
.. "': obnson islands and on to.wlthtu.ev distances. At. Klsjlro-rneevas elsetrnere: alas-"9iif>uuderr-hes'rytfraugltt of I would be saved the owner were I :
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\j'f. .n miles of Lakeland. In Florida the principal wster-bear.j water Is lacking closer estimate of. butchered In Kisslmmee. It does. not require I
s., ;M: The gentlemen who had borrowedrll limestones. tbe number of wells necessary to maintain -:I much 'figuring to see the amOUDt.lOt _
the cattle decided at. that. place that a I ingformation* are porous .
: navigation and'theepenseof obtaining . .
These formations dip from the interior money lost annually to
." pony added to!their eu-lag would make of tbe state to the talt.and south. such is, perhaps unnecessary. in this county. *, :
t,.: Alongside east coast and over parts of If I can be of assistance to tb4t commit .I "On -of the best features connected I : :
: Nortottlnexchange for the southern half'of the state relatively tee or the cjtlzrns of your community with a packing hoiis in Florida :
by thenenrtTof impervious formations rest upon at any lime kindly) -call. upon me. that the meat could be kept until It wa.ID
f ".I,' a critter on which, supposedly, ; to do ofthose these! water-bearing Ume.. ae., actingaa Very, truly yours,_ J a conditional.eat.Tirereason:
1'- rustlltf? vTbe disposition
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future tbe escape E. u.:-: Florida meat. is considered Inferior
to prevent
o' the herd to twenty-six confining agents ceologlet.aptak.Clay. j
three out )
are is sold the
of the taken ipto the lime western meal 1.'t.bat.lI. to
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< stone., Under these conditIon. pressure consumer the dar after 101putcberednwblle'we.l.erDlD ,
receiving ,
-R faiover for the sum of $250,
... bank for that'Camouotr is devejopedjirbifh..results..in.jan ::: ; ohD" f-owner'-and' al. .often kept for
1h a check ..on.... a Biu-tow aod and twelve months before U is put
-'-------- ':-n.' .0 teslan dow captain of the steamer Lillie wbQ six '
. '" shakes The water nhtMnod at jKUslmuiee has steamboated between this and on the market., and everyone! knows : ; ::
.. Lakeland to Est city 1'w
,- ;":'''when: Now tt,as comes' to. dUUno no *Trout Kia- I doubtless supplied by rain falling Fort Mvers via the lakes and that meat must be kept in cold storage : ;" ; \ i; :' ;: ,'!: : :
tmmee, the busioes manager'of the, over the;' territory to the north and I mee river through Okeeottobee and the for (jhree months before it is tender. 1'A' : : ; .
....trio,.Eve.-eti )t..Bass.'tbought It; wise west The movement of the water 1.doubtless Is : Caloosahatchle for the past ,weo'y'ea..nd T11ea.IoO ,.a cold storage house largeenough I
II therefore accommodate fish vegetable
'. everyday In the direction of the dip to who is poa.lblvILbe to :
h; to assume Decided some common that E, J. Jones the south and iiouthesst. The Information " most. competent of:any man In this and fruit dealers would be a payIng : I '
;,; 'Dame.o lonooentllka'and with : ,, obtainable Indicates that the vicinity to expreesan, opinion as to investment\ ., for often the eastein
sounded quite and bland circulation of the anderffeund-water'is the best. means of prociirlog permanent and. western market*" are.. flooded with ; '
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::ta countenance the Gulf and tt. would be much
those products
," 'aTBthefCbtnetoed Mr..Olover. : not through strong, undergroundstreams water transportation. to I.
a Diak the check out In that name and rlvera* as Is .sometimes .y.-- ;; I cheaper to pay storage chbrg.s.here
y The men.sent out I by Messrs h Alley'.ad.oee inferred. On the contrary It. evidently {The best. me&o.l.oprocure enough ,,and hold them until the market Roe.up :
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.: : halving witnessed the'proceed.lngs -' moves .slowlv through the. pores water for boats to run regularly from' than to 911 .thorn at. a sacrifice because : 4S
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F-: thus far, came to the. conclusion and parities: in the rock. The amount this city through to the Gulf would be therear* ""no. conveniences. err.I .
": .it was about that time of day report obtainable is dependent.upon the.quJtn--to put a water gate in the head of East. for their. keeping There are thousand
+ to.be made to headquarters, soigthey tity of water that these rocks are capable Lake c.oal.n hofd the water that. the 4 derates ot tomatoes that annually
robe Into Lakeland and telepbon- of holding and the readiness with .Drains provide to be used la 'low water rot. on tbe bushes around here because ";
's-.ed to this city tbe anlcularl;1aclud. which the'water '.can' and it"J way time to keep the'wator up to the height there is:no market at the ':
jlng the marks and brands on the cat"tie. throughthe ,rook:. ',.That,the amount necessary ',uninterrupted travel.. for them and. no. storage house*, ( I "
/., &.* the"cattle'did: not .have tbe in the KUsimmee artesian basin is not The next. thing to be done would be to which to keep themto say nothing. /
earmarks: 'sat otherwise..bear tbe d I.. Inexhaustible rID clearly'lndteated- deepen tbe upper end otSou tbport canal many other vegetable and fruits.Tn.re : "
J1 VttngnUhing feature oj.Lesley and Lee the fact that prolonged drought affects ;hn lock the Hatehtoahaw. csnal Is no doubt. whatever that ,rad.Df : :h: :
reducingthe aionthalt between 'Lake Or would AMD here from
stock those gentlemen uld do pothl'ving the! 'Artesian water. supply way press that class :
i k1 ',' but. have tbe_case, into ,the bendsUfBberlfi ; how of some of the wells and stopping aud Lake Hatohinahaw; it. would then, nearby 'towo.,. tor.e'erlleCtololt of ; ,
l'revatt-_ tempor.rily.tb.flor.ofothers. be necessary to deepen the canal from state. puffer from such loss and
r' wtThe trio of light-fingered- gentry? after --- With. 1'fIIrITI1"to the permanency of the.lock' on 'to Lake Batohlnahaw.. grower know what It means to,him I .
:' .. receiving 'theeneok'for $200, also artesian: basins, Mr.. 0; '3.' Sllchter, That will make 0 navjgatloc to Fort money when be U forced to lethtJ : o n
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..:to.Lakeland_ and attempted to who is lOne of,tbe best reoognixed en- Gardner; permanent. Then,make the go at a sacrifice rot IDthe fields.:: ; I
,hav went U- cashed 'a.yir.1 'placesbut .* on water supplystates"It. dam secure in the oM river below Fort Mr E..-.Lt.\"Lesley,.Mshalrinan of :
'dhll.d. .. ,however,,they hit vfioi .must be kept well'in mind that there I* Gardner to 1f'N''U the water" going' committee on factories tie Board :
the ad5aI. .purchasing y. clothes and a limit to the. amount ot water Uiatean down tbe' ',canal. to Lake Kisslmmee; Trade and who.,Is'thelargest : t :\ : :
4eentlng the check-In payment.And: be withdrawn from'an. artesian basin. put in a lock about one-half. mile be* owner in Florida; pressed the oplnlon J :
this Idea ,worked fairly well;for, Mr, There' Is nonsuch thing as .in, Inex- low the upper end and _that he Irtmw ttf n tMnfl that i f : /
+ : .:'11.. O. Bates,; a merchant,In that city, hausubl.'sugply. In this connection; nal. fronh the )lock pd td"'Lii-KIiiTm. yield such qutak''and certain \ :
4 ,,fold- them tab worth of goods and gave Tbe amount ot water available. Is limited mee.. Tbe' work necessary r jQ' be done a* .a.packing.house in 1ob"-4)IU t,9} : w a :
,. bscn S115 In money and a due, bill for on the one bland by the amount. of after. *leaving Lake'Klssimmee would declared that it would not be necessary : : :
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.IJ.OO.IQ return for the check Loaded rainfall-noon the, oacbment area and bftrcommenoe at the head of. Klsilm-. togo abroad -capital.Joa J "
n'dbwn:; ylQr glad rag. $114 iq good old the facility with which the rainfall can nice river and close the extra runs securely was plenty of moJela this county. & '
;' "tjoele,Bam': cola and an J. 0..,U."fortnptber obtain entr.ocet.G tbe porous ."stratum. of which there are quite. a number put a first-class one each raltor, I :
hundred ol the same stuff. ,'war and on the other band>1 the capacityof thereby turning alfthe water. into be believed when the owner understood 10''
? t'vlucb' for" poorv 'unsophisticated the watef'obe."lDA'rocle, to transmit one channel, which would prevent the the proposition they ;: : : ;
the water ; distances and.dl water running out fast, besidi ., ly- Mr. I takinf ;: ,
; utS> so to ye cigar town did bike via cars with cushions, mlnutlon.through leakage and seepage.tf' ID1.more water. In the regular channel.. "an ,exceedingly active Interest , : \
,.. _we to partake of thw stuff thai exhil- TPbese two limiting conditions 'b1.l-O Ul'se wa pursued I oonfidentlybelievcwe all matters that claim his : : : 1E \ \ \
rates-lubrlo and Intoxicates! and are usually of sufflolent magnitude to will have all the water ... attention" and with the confidence & :; : I \ "
?B:..erh.PII dream la t.belrDtOlQeb' of joyCftMtet render the overdrawing1-of'the supply -necessary in our lake 'and canals oltUens. generally have. in his,. Judgment : :: } !! :
one war named Lesley one Lee a practical and present. danger which to permit./regular travel 01'boats,- when hs:Bays a proposition 1* I : j.: : \
'"'r.e4 one Hopklns,:.sad that those* ,w.a- should be constantly kept in mind.". a thing which is of ereakl'llDponancekI good one there are. scores of peopl.who \1 ,
.. 11D.i b.ad 'the.parted'wltb. near ,SoooadJZt..there is no assurance that the whole of south :Florida than will.\ cake bold of it, so we can confident : ; :
n1&11d were only the.'outer'',.picket -In use for domestic anytbing-elsr before .us today, At )* took, forward to a, :: : '
? f. t herd"In the/swamp waltiug'jglog : agricultural purposes mil not be prevent everything 1* '.a,-' a, standstill house being one of the. first. big Industries : : : '

to go.on a. elmllaf,.four- affected-by' 'a large, number,ot'new along the water route, but.just as soon "ncbed"Clt._ ,.' ." : ?>V;',: : __
wells ,The static bead of the water in as a boat' whistle 'sounded' along -
.Bret' tbe jjldTssjlng; ,"ttisteizlsldew.'pcoredatrue the Klsslmmee taIJJaJI BOB.,greatbe.Ing the.,-waterway* '1.h1l1pc'.mtake On anew --: I :
i "axiomnts '; ( 'enough to'tor Ing. the"water only a life/ and tr.tor ritr9ltQiiDeTeFbefbre "t We-are.this..week Bending out our :: ; : : '\
'InstAoce a* It.' has In.all lamerust few-feet above tbe/general surface ,
; -- .' -' :.' ", -. annual. .-statements'andtrust snbV.scriber : '
..,..at,for as soon U Sheriff Pre. : will respond; it'.' onoe'aeP\- : '
: 'f1ltJl1rDed Of"ibecsie he tgok the ;
for.LakelanjJU.Aod; ; "tbere got nets demanded bl.presence IB \lit'ne--. 180'0111.. on*the range' ad'wi""b drl'laoal.lole require considerable mooey to pabllsb -:
'"'.41o evidence necessary UToonviooethnt "10". and .boarded Q same train. All out of the county without having' the Valley Gazette,and It. alone t
II the cattle wefe stolen even toage was joy and pe&08"a04 oermfort.untilLalcelaod them recorded' On those charge they! the iouroe of ourlncoEer' '., :: :. : : ; : ;:
<<, ....acbecl when'lo ad held until could be located is, .? a
0 { the due, bill from-Bate. to wu : were the owner -,--- --- :-
. which be still retains / awakening a rude awakenlag.toroutof I and notlfled.rwhapJ-ove.d( ) to beMeesr ;:
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TIK.berUr urmlse4; right>benhftto the distance_came a voice, ..,Ia. <
" '. _TaropaJa ..a d1.Qtt.be.-; "* Boys.,- consider. yourselves. under. -..... i, Platt. ,Henry 8""aaaad J.;J*.O'Berry..Robert ; "Board of: Trade.INeitilg;;, :
for be.a old band at the but) I'M' Dpnegan;representing Oeo. 1 ;
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,; "' and ;judged. ,that,.the,alluring f 0h. tb af.hwUfWb...did -hedomefrom W Hopkins' and Calvin Platt bare, There wijl be a' regular; .meeting' \' ,
It.. "and siren ongof'' seductive There. Is another/old truism so filed charges against the three menalleging the ,Board of Trade nazt ', : : :
bor City.would .gather' them, In :as that sayr ?'la tie midst' 0 .JlI. we are theft of cattle,'and U I* sup- evening, when It.Is desired ,"that .'f : ".K,1
: bav .many an unwary: youth be- in desth. but to these men It sounds 1IQMd.t.laa& Henry: Savageand.Jr..F.: ,full membership be present.' __ I
1ID..... Th.y.were"there la the midst.. of something like thla. "In the m>dst of] O'Berry'wll1' likewise' a. 8000' as of importance, are to be discussed ,
i whirl. of revelry and 'gayety. good j07..lI'et.la Jail..They were broughtyen they.can be located' thl*.meeUng.'and"'Mr.-JrM. WlUson? ; ; I
w.' all.,, 'or 'didn't they have. on on the 10.30 train Saturday morn Bond to the sum of el.fiOO each Is required "...,-will address, the 'BoardLand, ; tell.
.d rag and,* hundred and fifteen, {ing and placed in' .the county'strpnghouse. to get the men Out of the sheriff' them of the work be ha .been '
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with which to the'orloe.' ."' __ ; .,clutches, but, so_ far the tjltfcea: for KUilmmee while. ,ia''N.w. York !
Opt 111' old boy fay sheriff was tootoejrrest Its It was Dot at; that time.known "'.\only looked In }be direction. of I.bialtam. _., .. '' ,- :: ; :
them ID "that sown.but who were the owner of thaeaUle. sold,' the court house and.tcr'No'mebiy i i - ..1. ., f' ,;
1 himself with keeping them ini it was ""necessary to prefer some charge boy, not me." so- it U more tba.-possible 'Per' e :
i Uitl. tbev kOk-ao.A.U. L.. train. la order 'toMiold t.b.e threesn, so l they will remain aa guest* of she -;:TeotbuRdbrd .bin"Gntrles. 1 4 '
_d >ort #ward on Saturday soere'' Proeecutlng AUoroey Moon, nled afflI county null JudR.'Jos.loome.thlJ .* ps* bead* ? . ', r I ;
'who decided that urgent bust.t:1 I davltscbarglngvaamwltadrlvlsigeaule way on blush trip.; Mr.. ta-bL S ,
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'. 5--. '1 -, .' SIASTEU RAIN,, .Hao.\'jbe' cooking l'dliv. e'r Is'PC-ru4ia...,
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r to lfDfiOADS: DISCUSSED r $TATE6LUNING&S One cftheEarcrz1tia1.r vftrjplsJied' chicken from a deUcalessei What .
t too much for ;
[ StrIding. striding the shop all my. life if I could look;, up at P.ru.1'
over sea
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to.be an -
li indication1- that I I.Neenar' It ..when w-slalm it
.There: every a ,. : Calming the rage of the wave* goes he, you now and then While I cane .
; .I large 01 .vegetable will fee for chronlo ostarrbr-IHave w
acreage j Lulling the mono of tbe D cbt1.maiD.. ..qualifications. area. reniody: '
_ 'Commjttote 'of\ rack" planted Mi i>ade county, this jail anti : : AsesugliagMaster.Itaiu I stop task abundant proof"that Peruns is in reality ",
; .i" ,. {the happy homes of..o.d.T Is s yea Doe a man
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Dulcel
The well ?
wtnten glades sic now under Kb such catarrh'remedy n* see
.. Meet atGeThcspraigL! .1 water ,and this IB almost a sure .und of information aa to the best.D.tboda Marching! marchinn over' the land an whether .be cat make< a Lt 'i
tL' Unlled "
'ScattcrinK: wide, with to lavtehhand. .' ? Doe bO-'S" "hat'tb. Stte.Jltn'Mt.
,t, 0 *: : 1 i LAN Indication ofv a' good crop" The early of prOmoting health,and Jtappiness aDd DraueliUi for the thirotimt. seed of,tbe-mil. l. 'buckwheat .cake liody'* com says of-.the' . $ sedlollt ":
a'W-4.--vIanted. 'uu IlkV 4ud - -" ;Ohlet m'ffili 'F -'
ip:
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right living and knowledge of the world'best Bountiful lut.r'Ita1.r "
ENTHUSIASTtCfiATIIERING lands -andthready many of' the farm lag In,' Dulcle. a latch k.y: 1.ana\ for In.tspce1-thb. el1t "',

.; .. ** era ariss.preparing their lands plant. products, Never.a.t-: -w'"derer' lang .. clicked. me Off 'with thi or. Inc
llip.
!J : '- .-- Ing th.lr"SMed bed,, or' will, plant lathe I;Products of actual"excellence': and Kvei-. ever a-brim.w songA apron. quick! i jiever could explali hydrastls c.na.IJ, Sldof ',1"o01I.
'strain United ,says
; v Object I; |. Eacow_,. Build ing of a open field*...... S reasonable dsims': .trutblullY''' ?eMnt.ed JIuiitaL plaintive tl pleading.r...n.....:-pleasuring. iWelcome !! It.io tht.An1OD.. 'e1ewoul.uader.) .. :The herbal.. stt.remedy,that It largejv
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- t ;* Hard a.... Tkravgk. From Jack. With a proposition!/ to. tocat4 .a rcoU and"-wrJch'Tiave atiulneU to'' worldwidi'acceptance"through : .t nd. ., in the treatment of deprsvetf>> ..
ton :'mill _a Pengacola. to .co.t_ $50Q. horf"wlieClh i.."tia<,1oW faceS ?-
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[ There! And the flour .on my "
_-,_ ._ ....rilI.,t* F-l--' ... 000 --.Oscar: Davis of Columbus.*J3a. the spproval:;of thWellIntormod '5'elcoin. thou'when the dreams are deep!. all rubbed off," Rut imieons membranes lining 'various,
p : : Hearing Prare to I'enanc and Pain, "That'snenlt of the human body .
appeared before the chamber of commerce of the \1or1dj''ot; Indiriduals organs
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:Merciful blaster. lainl doch assured ''her complacently
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z_, 'Green Cove 'Springs :.Fla.-:-Committees :. and stated that If the eUlxens only, but of the many;who haw .. *.' 4. "Let zna.seei! Ye, there's a little Another' ingredient of P.rna.cory
the of, trade of P nsacola.would. donate theNiUe'and Old tbe host of the hill of eaijtb. bi dafls formcea.ls classed I.tbo Unlt ,
a.
:: i ; representing. .boards, lire the prompters the sum ot the happy faculty of selecting and obtainSo -- Yet aa young *. the soul of mirth. right tlown her close' to your Up" States I/lspeuatoryas, :
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4r1? "ii of Jack.onvl1le.PalaLka: Green Cove SOGOO that the> plant would..... be located'Jntbat'clty the best tbe world affords' -., .Fain are we nf thea *ll of ua, faia- ..,2-' There! Ifs-airrlghrnowr" Cedron seeds Is another ingredient. of,

-. ,fF _...sprJ ,. - raI1J rk-t-.t ? --.-- or' "' .. Omotthe i .products of that class: ol .Ilrnthrrly Master IUin1Clinton . An .oslaIU&ler. when Dulolel ob FetnA. The United States lXPenisj :,

.Iw...".: Green' Cove Sprlng..to. confer'> the '"The machine: shop' belonging- the bowD omponent'" ;' parts, ;ian, Ethical Democrat.V.( Scollard. .j11'lI.. W'- Orleans. Tim.. Bnant Into the 11. tory says of the action of oedfon that

I l ..:'' ;;. subject of conUnulnj[''the bard road Florida East Coast..railroad, : In Miami b aryth_ onty unusual thing he no it is n ed as a bitter tonio"ad lath
? remedy, approved by physicians. and ,
com
has been Idle several months. ; '
: which Meed wit that Murdoch seemed to bflapping and In inter
r v'L 'now being built by Cuval county to treatment
has boon started up with a numberof mended" by Woll-Informod of the as:::. f ' at hh 'ofdy.en't.
; ; k ,Orange Park. from- that village machinists at work. The steamersandother . ... 1 with, hls'.handkerchlef mittens dl.u. ., substitutefor
thruugU Grtien Cu,,,Sirlags to .Palat ; Woridse a valuable) and- ho1e101De! family! (J. OTrn'coat l lapel l boats used by the railroad
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ka. their extension work laxative is the weU-kno'wn"6yTup'of Flgiaad '_ Bend to'.Ut for a free bookoL1setl.5jnjsiiof .
on '
I- .Palatka -was represented thy! MayorWII.on. 'have-company been brought-4here, and are undergoing -, TOlxir of Senna., :To'cet (U beneficialeffects'always ; e. i what the p.oplethinkofPeS" '
4 1 Mr. Steven and by Mr. Sel. I A ( The'b.., {
_ thorough repairs.... There are ) 1JO.W.'MURp' mr Useul'C le run.as a oatarrhlr.rnody.
MesarLEz buy..the genuine, manu
j, den; Green Cove Springs. by a number of these boats already there ; evidence Is the. testimony.0f0 who .. '1
llolt Kirkpatrick \Voaks and Sas- lactureifbV the California : JOHN COKOIX.Eastern ,
: others will be 'U jfrozi: :! FlfSyrap CSfcj - fly ._ _
and brought ,have It. _ ,. ._. ., j-
Messrs. Parmentor trlf ? ,
i4; Jell; Orange Park .by the extensloii'until the.i entire fleet S adjorsalejby) all leadingdruggists.. ,
Cern and Kellbgg: .and JackonvHlebT ; y FOUND .oUT. 1uct-"urprlsed -
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P: 4-.--- ". 'Messrs: Charl. B""A: ITtow. has -been- putIngood repair. T *ourTBinr' iI The Kentucky court,o appeal*

r 1 ; :.r Jr.: and Carroll JD'J 'di Mayor Wli: The work preparatory' to 'dredging RHETORICAL OR PHYSICAL '. British Parliament, wbo. had come to decided that If* a proper exercise of

r I. non was rbo <>n as chairman and Mr the south" fork of-the Miami'river has ..T...''-. emal1r.edoll. .legislator ''1 1' this country on the Mosely educaton. the State' police power to'put., j

"saw 1:_. Saanett as secretary.E actually begun. Messrs. J; H. Tatum ',floored shy opponent In our, recent d..' al commission the -Hon. tax on dogs. r :"

:w The conference developed the fac Co.. MiamI: has secured tbecon. bate." f V Henry Jones placed' the University) : 1 -S (
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that Putnam county Is preparing "thoId < tract for the.work and for sometime S "What did you do it. with?" asked. S52S a bond e1ectIo with -a view tian they have.had a force of men at workblastlng.out 'don't. : THE NENS
: the oth..A metaphor or a short-arm I know why-I. am waiklnt institutions of learning and excluded . :
r.. Issue of bonds TO the amount of the falls of the south ,
down this street. Mar .TQ THE BUYER.
said ,
fork. The dredgla almost completed Jolt r-Washington' 'Star. young) from the 1.t Yale. Princeton. '
175.000 for the purpose of a .1Iew _
m dock to himself at 4 ocloek'eq Thursday and Johns S
'and within the next few day theirpowerfu' Columbia Penniylvanla '
court bouse, a bridge across theJ3t ' TBTTSRINB BRt.IABt.BI OOaMkTBTTBB
fl. John rlyer 'and hard roads. the. pro suction dredgewill beat afternoon. "I. am no! going ..0DulcIe' Hopkins. Few people rcallxe the importance .
E .B is auiesafe aad speedy enjre '
I Il:: potrlon to be devoted to road buildIng workplowing it* way through the' for aosema, tetter skin and scalp Diseases .. I've done everything except Surprise changed to skeptrrlsm of the word. "Trade Mark" stampedon
did
.:,. rim of rock which impounds the Water .. Endorsed the In words,. his the goods they buy.. ithey
: .M being about 95000. pad Itahlng pI! by physlnlua; put proposal 'plain when he proceeded to St ate onlnon ,.
,,:, That the Palatka 'board of trade in the. glades.A pralned" !by thousands Wbo have. used It.' I and she has taken pains to show meat that Wisconsin,stood above even ni wbuTd"Bave thel--ma Sadola

5- -- iMtiil the people of Puliiiun couiriy, arc I St. Foterr75ufir: flrm intends To"send Fragrant! soothing antiapUe.!T. BHtrrrama 60o. at,. overy' turnthat: my case is hope the four other which hennnieiT spent ot for unscrupulous worthless.go" ufactureta L-
druggists or by mall InaUtuton8 lot
S ...Ide wake and to place and a one hundred and two-pound trout. "
propose l>ep'- A., Savannah . less. There's no use causlng'her thidistress as of the' first -Harvard out of business .. --S .
Putnam county Ihrthe front rank tarpon on a tour..through the north *
keep The '
: of actually refusing me. Cornell, Michigan and California When a manufacturer adopts a
,: ; of counties of Florida advertisement of the city andhemseIYe.
the progressive as HAD HER.i: bWN. thing for me to do I la to keep away. *- being, i in fact, the foremost trado mark,ho Ames the .ntrer--H
made very" apparent .from thq. .. This fish will 'be displayed
S. v-S thorough was analysis of the situation and for a week--at each stopping "Can :you be trusted with a secret?" "Look how she acted -"hen..J wa.'bragging.up .. university. of the land. sponslblllty takes for his of his reputation pro.

carefully considered plans presentedby vlace. Parties In several northern he.asked. Alice Harvey's domestic Many of the reasons be gave for duct. In He his 'hands-out bu.lne.In tbe.lime. '

: :. their representatives at this con l cities) have written to ask that It be The omen drew herself up proudly ability the other night-testing her this opinion were vague' and uncon- light :"on the .qu.r." with the buyer ,

!ereuce. placed on view' In' their .respective : ...- to see I$ she'd care. She chimed In. vincing.Wisconsin. has no schools ot of his goods, with the dealer and

Putnam county is now building a I cittlei. ." S "TCow: '4ia-v known one for ten.years.' as if It were a positive relief to bavme <. architecture, medicine or theolpgy. with himself. .. .

bard road from Palatka to Interlace- After' lengthy arguments by' "coiin- naven't :you?" aba: rcpMed. 'notice some other girl. Ah!I. But he:'was on firm grQjuidjvben be The other manul.curer-tbe one' ,,

4fl en and upon Its completion iropo.es' sel on both *sides. Judge Malone of "V e.." A gleam lighted bis eyes ash said: v'The University of Wisconsin wbo holds ,

S to begin building in tbe direction ot( Quincy ordered -the congressional executive old ;I glanced at a window in Dulcle'shouse lug to brand purchased.withetfch
bow annT"-
Green Cove Springs and Jacksonville., for v-dl "Do you know ''I a wholesome produc.ot. commonWealth .1,0. '
committee the Third local -sidesteps
; S : How far the county wl'l- ibulld In this trlcH .to reconvene: at Tallahassee tad PhUadeliphla ledger. i i.Illcks' . but his face hardened. asbe of three mllon ofpeople, dealer. when th.infe. .

i-.- '.. direction- wllldej\ >end upon the action canvass the voles and declare the tramped on. sane, Industrial progressive. It re.pon.lblty. back" it'. .the. local ,
"cm.
4 ,' ot Clay county. If Clay county will nomlpee ...s shown on the face "of tho Capadlne Cares Nervousness 'Vhat could a merry little creature knits together the professions and labors rlor9d. t pay the penalty. ;;

S build roads north and south from 'I roturns. When' that Is done It -will Whether what not.tired It out refreshes worried the overworked brain andnervee. or like Dulcie want with a big. clumsy : It makes the.fine arts and the A good example of the kind of protection .,. +

Green Cove Springs to the county give Dannitte H- Msys the nomlnalon It'. Liquid and pleaaant to take. fellow like me anyway?" he demanded an'l one" This jUdgment touches afforded the pubic by a trademark =,

: -' ''e ; line Putnam 'county will push Its I over J. Walter Kehoe"-fifty-nine majorIty lOo., 35o., and doe, at-dmg etores. of himself "That dream is orer. he bedrock of fact-highly characeristic Is that connectionwith --

k' roads to the Clay county line and Counsel for both sides put up'a I'm not going In." fact National Lad Company's ''ad

S with the completion of New York ave vigorous argument. The. business managerof an opera Having. arrived at this decision. he Of all the great State 'universitiesWisconsin vertising of pure 1". Lead aa 'the" ;

.. S nue through Duval county to.Orange The farmers of Coleman are report company says no critic who cannot turned and mounted the.step to Dulcle' is still the poorest in independent -, best paint tna/erlal.
Park there will be a continuous and ed to nave,,saved more fodder this- l sing Is able to erltlse singing Ergo. That tbe Dutch Boy Painter.trade 4
Ji-i, direct road from Jacksonville to Pa season than In Any season In the pact I protests the Loulsvflta Oourle our- house.It Income. LIln'g.on the bouny mark is an absolute guaranty. of purIty J

4 latka. a distance of about sixty miles.S ten and have fine prospects for : one who Is nelthot"a carpenter seemed an unreasonable time of the Staler-LegUJature. r early In White"Lead la proved to the ,
) The brl _. The
( n good hay corn crop hawk
crop. nor forester tell a froma '
a
w and building of a hard road to Hasting I can surprise appeareiTUulcle herself suIts of such Immediate utility as Lead Company make
the best In and more sweet potatoes -
1c, to connect with the road being planted years than ever. /before. handsaw. __ covered from neck to toe by a were most likely impress the rural any address a blow-pipe and tn.fruo'i'
built In that direction from St. Augustine tion how to test the white lead'for
tens long-sleeved pink gingham of a.local satlrst.
apron. mind. In the phrase -
R1 'rains recently have beenof Some 8,000,000 of moss peat.
The
the the road hevy themselves The testing outfit 1* '.
and
completion
S. : She seemed to be out of breath and Its Ideal became not culture, but b
from Jacksonville to St. Augustine much benefit .to-.the strawberryand .are located In the bogs near Lake. TexCHX ing lent out from the New

S 5 will, In connection with the direct celery growers of Lakeland who >,-In, Mexico.' there was an' ostentatious trail ot griculture. office .of.-the company; Worc.BuldlDg. .

road from Jack sou rt le to Palatka, arenow preparing to put In a. large flour across one of her- pink cheeks. Its first great achievement was a ,'

4s. make a loop of some 140 miles, connecting acreage., Lakeland Is, one of the- CURED HER THREE CHilDREN. "Oh bow do you do?" she cried. milk test invented. by Professor Steihen '-a'-

, the points named and open- largest strawtrerry shipping points In Excuse my appearance, please. It's M. Babcock of the Ag'rlculturMIchool. Trick -of the Paris Beggar. ,

S Ing to settlement many thousand Florida thousands of quarts'going Qirls Suffered with Itching fccsomn= Thursday you know, and the maid :. 'This' device enables farmer This city Is the happy hunting '
.acnes of the/finest lands for farming out dally during the months of Feb Baby Had a Tender fekln, Too- Into the and '
out. Just stej library, andAalryman to measure easily .ndaccuratelY ground of the and especially ,
'\ March and April. Preparationsare Relied on CuHcurm Remedies..
Sw In the ruary. b.ar. '
state.'Tbe'work
.and gardening ? '
I'll and'make myself frresentable. the proportion of butter slops'you at -
go the New ;
at
In much larger
I being made to put a Some my-three little iris hada
direction (
In this progressing years ago
r-i4 : satisfactorily In Duval Putnam acreage -than last year, both of very bad form of eczema. Itching eruption ., "Presentable'Murdocb blocked tat contained In the yield of each every corner of the street; be 'J.

and St. John. counties. celery and\ strawberries and the season formed on tb' bact. of tjiejr leada her way and smiled down at her with ow, and thus to pursue the breeding to hand you out of your carriage the \

l The good roads subject has of late will-no doubt. be a. good one. which were 8 imply co..r.... .I tried altnoat" an elated expression bard to trans i ot f cattle on a .centffc bails and the moment you stop before shop or- restaurant. ,>*. ,

l t.un.4eep root with- the progres.ivn4 .. The Florida Times-Union respectfully ' .everything but failed: Then WJT rnoLb.rr.ooinznsnJed late. "Ton never' looked so charmIng manufacture buter and cheese I t. partly the IftuoDce. of '"CJF*;:

Influential citizens of Clay conn- suggests to some of It. state' the- Cvticura Remedies. I to me In. your life before.: What'sin with accuracy and speed. Together the season I, but it Is an evil U-l- ;
i
_ '''", f: ty. many of whom are active. and very .contemporaries_,that' on. of the commonest wasasd my children's heads with Cntieura the oven, anyway? 'Bread or"pies? with the method ot Instantly separat- with more or less.. Borne

i.fJ.; "earu .t-Jn 'thelrrfOTtrto lnaugUratein yet one of the worst of typographical . Soap and then applied the wonderful oiatttnent Let-me come out into the kitchen and lag the cream from each day's yield v-ays' 1. tricks.to tempt '!,

_ __ 'oI ttiolr-county' a new and permanentS errors Is the too profuseuse Cntieura.. I did this four or five belp." by means of force laventd . -have quite Ingenious .
:\: times end I can that thejb hi'.' been. centriuga the pity of the passer by.' :'
S fit prosperity. and It I.freely pre of a comma. say .' ..
Dulcle' crl'tbat suggested the "
bYDr. ,
I have another baby*wboi gayer. D II well declare
S.. ;3! dicted. that'their work' .will speedily. The single-blessedness: of 'the next entlrtly) cured. the folds of skin onhis dismay;"--*6b. no, I couldn't! 'That. Babcock test Ut. basis ot the Oi. ldT. "h.. ath.1noW $t--
!! produce splendid results. Theconference of Florida has become se plumpthat every: Oa";
S? of these committees has given known governor beyond the state line*. -The lIeclc,,,_ broken>and even bled. I used"Cuticurs 1*. everything', done III 'Just. go Immen., co-operative. Industry of L zare to any.enlo. \ looking
i -.
Ointment and -- modern dairying. It was estimated '
__ an Impetus to the work of road building Springfield. Mass.. Republican says: Heap and'Cutieura .. nd'No"don't stranger that she;* a governess, anl "
'; which-will prove of re41Jr.alueto : "General Albert WQilchrislt... Flori the next norfaing..Uie trouble Ekd"diaap.peered. gel! And don't. take off 10 1900 tjit'it saved. the cheese facorlea. baa lost her purse and would the kia Ai
#c counties .. Jaime..:NapolooajDuceppe, 41Du- that I bad .decided dairymen aud farmers'of WIsonsln .
.
the' people of the represented ,-.da' governor-elect; a-bachelor.-and. r-- apron' please. her thirty centime* \

____ ; .. at- the- conference,. "" : '- there Is-state-wide In.l.tell08that.lit -t.. MonUyl. Qne., May 21. 1907. 'never to. .ay this, bTh.D.wltbout.walti"ncto-?-" take'tb.chair' . alone $800to6) a year, or. .ent.man pleased lend t give. mci-Veer,;;."'."i .,
do not attempt the lone occupancy oftheexecutlvemanslorr wlce the current expenses of the unlerslty b '

EXECUTIVE! .AfFOlNTMEKTS.Governor .. 1 Tallahassee: '. 'CHANCE. OFRAAX'ION: ; she oftered' hidi. J e* manfully for all departments and |'t is card" she adds." 8O"that''p.J', ;

t' which Governor. Broward's big family 7Have 'you .railed yourself of the 1 asked the great Question. f.proportionate nlu..to every State turn the money. r. .
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'reward--' Several leave. The.case Is mitigatedby privilege of' leap yeart? succeed, but the snendltnt.has: never, ,
AI ,. "Appoints areto From th. oppoelt. side ''of :the library ut the Union to every agricultural
:: l .* 'NSWPNOtrl.sPubItO-COrPOratIOflhi.? the fact that General Oilchrlst has "No" &Pa".red&I.. Cayenne. 'ldOD'te..to ._ table Dnlcte listened;,with eyes ountry of the : SW ler. been known totetheomnlbus, ;:.S''
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mother 'of. the-right sort. The.southern havemantell be ric..from th. close of a aYeS
: Brow. an aged : me had decided and AuStralia Wlscon.la cspt at pro1table'
4Ta1Iahau.J'la'Uovernot downcast. "Ton. nevtr to '
heart is responsive to sucb.atr will be brother, to..me.".;...Wa.hlng-. . nine, when she prbabl llm- :
teat for detect.Iag'likunsuitabie
:irti.A5 appointed the following'ho.larleev ; -. Issue As a bachelor'govefhor A1so :, to say. this she] murmuredwithout Invention, a'curd .. natured", ,p

.....' public:d"D. <2. Olvens,;Tampa| ,.to the tender love. of a sopl.for: his ton Star.-: looking np;; .What changed you?." forth manufacture lied a dozen her iaeTs -

;:.ti .,:"S Miss Berths ,Y/'Fsrnham Jafckson- mother ; A twinkle relieved-Murdoch's. "sol- -. of cheese, 1* said to* save the peo- Another woman "ho pile ;.L.:
How's ThlstTV's
-rllle;'jGeorc.i :R.Packer.Bocagrande; :.1..delegate ;t to'-tbe: state prohibition offer One BuDdred.&llan Reward. 'emlllt,..; "TBat klttben apron and pie of the State each year more tba la'r Industry In the herselfexclusivelytain Place:;d.;; la'ra..; ,

,WV R.:, sebrtu."JatIC.oI1TIUe"jLymaD: ;' convention; which' was held .Gaines. for-''.7 case of-Catsrrb -that cannot be. the'' flottr on"..:r Or\elleek.-. : con the-cost of.-the.School of Agriculture oorde. addresses -

0: .z.. Wells 'Jacksonville; '.I.* J. .Ward. Yule before the; June primary says eared by Hall's Catarrh C.re. l.t--4- -5' .'0 br 01.ex:As-a4eulLh'9b '..',
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S Grand Ridge, :J,- D..:, 'Luth.r;.- Old itJ: .ljLJnl: .takeJtosay.that: the con-. _ ...JI..J.Cazair A CGTO3.dO,Owe ,:"-' i .DulcleV *;:!.eyes" biased ?ar:1Il; :: '.' F .- a* much A fivtTor ,um, flints r :

..Towni"JO..-E..Phelps, *.rWestrEA. ventlon. either nominated John N. C. the undersigned kave known If. 3. '"Theret "Just what 1'..' thought sine1you : , Thumb" :Cells.Thethlmbla t-.m Undly' matron wbo'are touched ';0

- Blanchard- ,Tampa;' .J. ,J.;' Evans, Stockton for governor'or' formally endorsed Chenty. .perfectly for the'honorable.last ti years in ,all and baei b.li.vbi _.. talked about
;.tIC Evans: F_' D..Dickinson. Jacksonville; What It did. he says was .. -' thumb bell the English because .
( '- him. transactions and fiea oi .ny able to-carry. other,night. Tour 'idea; of getting : -by At-the 2'.w Y.rftbe.ulualCPt };
_ _ tt'r: 'Artemat A.. +Wethlngton.Plnetta: to s4vise'temperance men In the dent'ocratie out obligations made by his ftrs'Wa.z.nno. wora'on the thumb; then a tbnmble; '
" say ..beggar 1 I. so
cook. >, .J .
securer* '
H. married is to \
-A.::;>FabloBv Tampa .A' ;
Bralat ; Stockton -
; for Wbele'male
party, to vote ,JMri. ., KuiHAif, tt MABTUr,s ..
,, intFflnaIly'lts
t )re.eptname that the. ;
., Thompson.; Miami t m:. Cohen y Jack4 asd1itrefrlned.irom4; making .) Dnigiisto, Toledo O,-- .-,. "My Idea of getting/ married. Mur I" that one .up. ; cor C
_. Albert -Jernlgan l'reeport..r. ; ; taken latenaaUr*' returned ''!"Is to'ecnre a and was flr. tlvely ". .. ,
.: ;. sonvlUe; ; nomination for governor'In, the. belief Ball's Catarrh Curtis ) dock; stoutly : Datc.1.Dto lu.t ;
Charter, have been granted 'to. the that Mr.-Stockton would be,.nominated mgdirectly npoa the blood and mucuouaeurfaees 70n.'. ,'- : ..,' :-1'- beautiful carved street to trytheir' No doubt It, :
"# .following J.''F. rAJlen' Furniture Com .f the syiteni, TeetimoaiaM sent fr.... earls thimbles are two, brougtt. .teKncland Jt fscinatibnfrespecially
: byv the democrats. H WAS. generally - ; Suiting.,the action.to the wordJie i* a 'meUer''thahu :
bottle/; Sold by all Dranists. '
Priee 7fi
t p.nY.fDeLaD4J..J. r. Allen. president; that the per 1aI,6O6. J 'be'--but .
:. underttobd. be *, pro- Take HaO's Family Pills for eousHpeioB. started around 'theIlbrry-.tabIe, but If it 'temporary.J
Vff A'>Allen"secretary, and" 'treasurer' ; nlbitlonlst \'of ,""Vlorlda." would .abstalu- ;;,* i* _: HII TIIJ j-- -i-i'When r .Dulcle- :sidled swiftly,-.alongand..:the '"1 Thimble were formerly made. only Paris .correspondence i Pall MsflG&5, .

'.!if' '. :"capital' .toc ., 10.000.<< : _ S from Toting la'' the democratic prima ;' Cardinal" Logue. said. to .Job',;. .barrier-still Intervened ",- ,'"-'",4-:; >t Iron,aiuL-brass,,but la clllparat... -_ ----'---- -----------------S--:-----: - .

.J'iF Bar Fisheries company, Pensacola; ries_.iBut the acUon"6t! _thaUconventtlon : *"""l1.ye""T.T finecountry ly late years they have of
D1ltock."IIM'"I-r '
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# "A4 WeUer-'presldentjTA.J' H,': Rumiyan ". :Waltli; 'Listen to'ml", : she 'commanded REINS / j.Drewed' i.
S ( S secretary and treasurer; capital 'substantially. .'; an. -.it..ndonse.meat. :? ne dd') 5potus&th..:pronoaa"you" 'mpertou.lr..Tol1're making goldsilver.. .-iteel,-horn.; Ivory and WeU- 7AawaysV: \ ?

I **..d.k ...: .,* i. ' . 'partle.'boIna ':In''* personal sense. as "some\. a mistake. I don't know how to cook:, Ten, .''and pearl'thimbles are stable'Y' .:J" ' .

.,' t.'/, ; Duvat Hotel coaptny,' .JaoluonjjjlslC. >5.'It'I. reported that the 'haver found .b&.." supposed.*,explains the.. :.Adta. .I've beett'.too. busy.' :'with my 'music.I seen"bonnd with gold:anTl" with-" thend'o 5'S. 1'v

.,S !i!" C,.Foor. president: N.J. Etherldg. traces for of ollnear petroleum Chlnley all the way-down Journal.. .,,, ''.<4>,_. ._ :1 v, .J' J : 'b I.II' to- su.pectfrofl: *" the1\ queer < oid.;L.T'rj; : . *"*(> The flavour of Post am,1 wbeor' ",.L

S 'it 'secretary 'and treasurer. *,.capital .t9Ck.". to- a' depth of eight hundred feet,'.and- J'"r J ,way'you"acted.:$hat! :-7De. were'afraid Tie. Int.hmble, "nt uced. into according to directionS alway ,; t.4sarnemtJ44ist1nctI

'- : 14.000.,Stc>Andre? we' Ice-; 'an4'.PoWer'.eom.- that the:drill Is now In the laat strafnm' -,, > 11. tut, GOODAfter . JI'ORTI7NB.' . r"' .I- hadn't all .n.oe.sar7'Qualiflca.' tam' ..".nqen.1t1.ehapei3ik.lothgbudinade the king. ,.. sndpi4t&.4bie.
GLthe --a-
the'drill
_ths,_ Btw Andrews* J.' H. Drnmmond ofbltamlnous shale and Vain 'Jtll'.r Lions for awifean&Lr&niandputnnthl1'Ipin '.no $ subs 't.
.- .pan < era', expect to sts1k.oit'.soon.. If 'Oil : Te an Bpepat.ls) . -"- andTdabbed; '>this flour'on ot, gold and\thlckly I.contalD.1 hamfuL' ;;
l "' --- stance '
presitntTj.. >Mc3ween. secrtaryand -- ------' '---- ; .tbe 4rug'lD'coife.
,
It will:bake a with'diamond caf.lne. ; ,
took:5.000. lirick \.t."hlpteir MriMafyfl, ; Rouse; of Cajniibridge. arranged to 'Jkc ;
S treasurer-capital' ;; ,:. my cheek''after I s-iTyon coming Justtotb .tu44. ., nay _IU(
Cedar. Spring Water furoe- and boTjngJ-fojuoll! wlllbeTirprogress .-N.-;TV _7111:"Fife years- ago If-*' "" ':" ,. ,.' queen's, ,1ame.CiurcbEcle . : "Naa; : .,
S company. -alT'over western and middle see' : ._" . benefit at all _: : '
r.iyllleFaratJFirHyderT: ;-- e.I- :struck addl- ,:,I bad.a bad,fall and Jt .To.la_ LJD..Lo1'.the..ha..oLthro- 4ie.. '..J. -Y '.' ... . 4
It cilia a great =a
,1c.eause
Florida .: eln .w.
..dftt "zJ'all; K.iffiiafiUo9 tj < y< t>.ry l i"'wnr--.r-ma4."tcr.-tl1..: : . ;iI IfHte<
. '' c&bcl-ire u .. .capital'stock;" $100,000.8auford thUsUte: : ;, "1 X-; -a .. .Severe. 'PIinija'fl7"' :finished ''loj.'herwlihj: sudden grimness. 1 W?- .. Not.a.TI. a 1>.' and 1-, Irlclnr.Ick. .11... 't

.\ ... >, Fertlllter. .Manufacturing ? 'ti bac rmndTiIpa<< becameeonstantuand >> .; > :7 ' ,' -'A: \:'party"; mll7 Q''aDJ. .!"
10: .'..Company.vBanfordf. .--Barlow, ek8On.t1IePort.m.n'> complaining -> '*.-5 ; 'S shootlng putting up *t writ** ,an .: ,;.
_ _ president* A04teW'i.Jo Deoa;"Isct'etaryjr ,about :the manner'rim which' .1' I nl, .. sharp. I "No! Not that: at.:.Mil Oh' dear.' Amos.Llbby's '.Main* camp,, foundthetrtpurt'lnachlptef.re4 .bought '*' package' ot >.otumj:about"ayear
hired, nshkrmen\ ; with their gUI net. :,wlngcs'toIlowed.. anyexertion. rcaa't'' 'explalttilust: ,"hT.I": '- -Ju-r' "\ i.
and<-U-.aaurer; capital --stocltSO:: ; . ; : JUWaltL with',by. ago. .-4; : ., > ,
?" Qui..": Elli*l"company,:-Qulncy; -R.OeUlaff. are' cleaning the;" Sf.::Johns. river' :'oftbe' .' 'The kidney. ,''. Walt r'-PWn't,; 7o'u' be.rm..tel1''OIl kin,'.Still. ftne-oif\wet, the old.fqbttoned. "My. husband and'.1!',bav.;ben'ao '."

.- .pre.ld.ptr.J.L.; ,McFarlan, flnny' ;,tribe:, is.: 'speaking well. *.of.,cltls the,, .. secretions'were badly, ,. that-1 cant cook?" she' protested . romete'thathung..In';Ao' ".n'ple.thU.we bare oonttnuodto
known -
'secr.ta ry5ftndtresaurer.pitsI; .stock, flshtng In the rlver a I? k1 disordered.lost; ,;""wondering,."hat,1D? tile';,0 14 ganeal'room persistently' ,

.'.-S'S; '' : $. i ,ooo, .. : < -5, .n Bald thatthe hired of"pracUcally'all'flabermen adtaken .v "" ,:{fteshaad ; pew"" too;, : had 'suddenly become ot. the largelibrary 'ieet.falrr N ' .o ;.the POtm. + en.aac'"We. : : 1 lie i'

'.- 1J p' -* :William Q,1'E Cooper' 'company,.'Jackaonvlllet.R. available' possession'flshlnv ;jMtnts,. and" have. weak1 to'w"&ftf.- Though. 'I'constanUyeaiegm.aisa.5I,4..pst : :' tabM., 5ip.J.X: : .,;-, ,, _..,,v t At lar ole of the party, drew, btiattention coffeeVMJt4-haev,always T the-; tl.l." .. .
: ) l'l'lt1II'H14eat : eJqt' .
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S stretchedtheir..snets rfof the t V -- Who- -you to.tha a1aaD plsasanti flavonr.;'whllejcoffeechanwW1ti .
. .WWtalDo.; Cooper secretary-and "- ,
thereby barring the:local, sportsmen. cared until 'I'.belail' taking; Down's ..JillufuLaDawet. -, -.. ''--" 'youthtnitp now; TCmoiT'be tate : n*w.coJblnatlon "
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.i'f' .trea1uer-Cp4tato $10,000)!! .. .. wU1.lutenr
t ; Pftlbsniitat'et1; "
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said hen
r - __ "But you It was the .,;'Uir. somethtnfltoemater'wjth -: p.1I..d T/ ,: ,
' building has ;ju.r-beell corn- ':
-1M TT >. .r .J Anew; quickly; and In ashoi'tUrneIwsserAepi.t.lr ; ; 'ask "' "'" '* h.
< apron made yea me.. } 4"pidtt'f : your \ "Since o"lnar'Poam ..; .."a4:1
a'holeaale'lirm of pt.Pe glf"<
-:4: MAN IILLEO' _'ATJALUBAHEL' 0 tersburg.pl.ted'for:'H Is erected oJ the site .ot It"'t"f"h eored.: 'I sunnow.;- ;,la";exeelUnt 1--;,; --.r.--OOo4""r..o.. : ; .,.why.:. i VI. sic ,:'No itt,' .. a. glass an'powerful ,a no ore'.attklof"PI'" ..cUor.benke ::
_
: r f ti JHV 4jUsn : afthe wlndow.ln that. bin : ; '
: : while the Ton ,light otift. Amo.'repUed.' with
CSath.bqIaPSdIISS I Ute>;7 fon. the .occupied: fcoz.: .
dealer 10 cents
Irefere His all a
: ,Sold by :
ir flst.r4n-IawhOt) Him.; }t.t t.} new*building jwa. being pat zp. While roster-Milburm Co.. Bnttalo., K.Elbv ., .. Ilk.thjng a* I.came, up the steps and dignity. Shut,, she'ain't :!' o..t. by I ,' everydatesdscl* ': :
.being >built the Arm aid, -\, S'S when.you opened, the door all In this trt "Tooth's.. a thing.unknawnTb'ere'e''.!
Tallkhasse*.- "... 'In v:shooting at. one,end.',was . .. .CmpanloD.: .J
*> 'place.JIB;: Duncan'-..waskilled. business at ttb**other end |t.a what '. < ;;other_rig dtdift it give'me.courage to .; '. / r : on.", r< l'4- .
-fray ] t\thU S 'older'; :and F umaHer -pIDNr T.LIGHT.., . Piuinco"attIe''a .
.
S J* was1 ten ot"1h.- .tbIpk--.wbat"I'd'never-: think L '1' ii" .Name glTen' bf ;
J .? build lag. and mpved Into the new end -ftella bl. o e4 'berkalr.tuttie ; .. The. _. "
.Investigation-consuming-a fall day before-that you cared :what I .aa. P. ,Creek. Mich, Read, Tbs1 RO4'Wsl1vlie.thkgs .
1L. ; \\iheld' -- to detortnlne whether the t to aile"-"orlt'to go on at the remainIng ; .original.:oolorrM. .,; .ooinlng'; >ack .tlt..liclatt..Uwatth. cooking thatToade ..*'Ca rt-na: e final ', : ; i '.
.oa..l'ty.
.5- Now 'the building Is fln- ;
snot by. one Harvey.rwho old end.- ar'S : was the /. line? ,, *?++*. :T.'VJ" Ever-' .! .
,1 j.nwaa. .lthout'tnterruptlol1 (to.the bus -T.:1t ofJIttML me speakIt caring -S '5- reed the.above Ief\\ ;
i'IM
..bed
tome or & PjIZI'O '*, .
was-rlslting$ .at the-Duncan 'the' S '. 5 vi; thJalc. jjraalletrB; l -. #:!'No. ,: tlate :
7hisp.r.d
,, broth- iness-ef the firm although. new : r..plt;tb.airad ma..o. r o .
a ft01edNew TD.IC.I app
:-'- b ;tbI'VifS ofWill Duncan Will building:' land--.wherr thS.-oldonewasIt 't"" - ; f.1 : ,-'.' '"-': ;? .t"'.- ,,, ,.c : >. .. . -.
"t'-45 Ottsd.sd man.Hrv.yDd ldeaiofthearchitect. , . T1-' S -, ,. : dividend .al o .
.Inkenloila aewS .
Tocare1" -
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wife 'were *ll r r. 'was an ayt > ta. \<, ( .. .
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: JJPJri' continent four days without losing: t.CoOd Rb i nre-kll I(I iJ Timber.;., H. tialr.eldent"Lhing. -
'.Q;' iHEjg breath or bringing tire.. Man's-voice ] C3dSK [ '
1s BO stronger: than It was la the days 'Vlre-kined tlmber'u' "wm.Umer'con.sfdsred In connection with the :death ''lOt COITIf.

;" ., ; when ',Caesars-made. 10,000 ,soldiers + to".b. practically' ,valueless; Grover Cleveland; It is'Interesting tc ,
,. SCHOLARLY: SUNDAY SERMON BYK hear his command, -but now a power t.... ""' ',, .
? but 1t;has teen tl-edlnr: _some.years sot that onlttwioe.kefon In the Hi ::1: F J _"f ,

;.': :. t REV.OR.NEWCLL"DWIGHT'HILLIS. pot la himself but In electricity An. IIolereslinItddras: L" for.railway ties and mine-timbers, ..ni tory not the nation hasthe; ,.' United. cviTirjAirrnuisTOPijuacTwIn -'
makes for and '
eloquence ..p.echaer with satisfactory ....ult.. AocordlnXto ,States been without. living tlS-Pr. PUvmltfi051W00aef ..
"" *V .. ., thousand.miles.; of apace. The South.Cirolin: Goody RoadsAssociitten ; :; vv iintt
'TIiemej'The Enrichment of I-Ife.. And how shall we explain the trans* held an Interesting meet.ing .". Inrestigatloni'mad. In Colorado'.by. dent Oeorge' Washington died .In 17C,. i ':rrC fS1WmS'fM':"

, formation of Impetuous, Peter and at ,Columbia 'and.took action en the U. -8. 'Forestry Bureau.; the ties ,,!he.. Joha .Adam.,- the second'Pr-. ad z
'- '"" .; passlonfut David and this cold,' craf several matters"'t.en4Inc.ow rd the J are as"durable as those .of green'"Um- ,.nt.Jw."ta! office Andr. *JaoklO1ii< : a 11N0711RIiAMtMMIIIMB.

.1 Brooklyn. N.-T.- rui.-'r.-.r tifil 5 t7'ambitious, cruel-rabbi, Saul,Into betterment of road la that State t ber.Boll. aplk ..,'\I'eU aB4 ,tlo.no eat ,al,;the';L tlnne .the,:.only''..surviving '**-: rgrtlattrtltl.wghrtltflt. '

until .the f&Ua the Rer. Dr. Newell this lentle Paul' There U a po'weUTtbft Among the addresses was] one by B.' under the tie-plates". Some ot the'ties :'Chler Executive!: passed away' in,1IiI". .' IIM..V. NtASt Dwight H11IU.. : pastor ;of Plymouth universe makes I ." or PetelS fom'timber SO two years,before Genera ,Grant retired , soLD -
.Church,-preached "Sunday-::'morning. nor Saul'that for rlghteouspw Taylor.' president of the Columbia are burned S6 or )'ear. .; i

'; MIisubJect was""The' ')Bnrlchmvat] ot !!i.'.r b descended upon themV;: > Chamber -of 'CommMd.wllo..op....'. \SOr Red fir'It-preferredthen fellow ,to private llfev :, .,'''$:IU..rM''MM1 '
.LIfe" The text was trom ')ohll. 0: gtye lire;'and Co rive it more' abund facts,Vijch are of general llntere.t la 'pine, limber pine and range plno.and, JEffortl I are being made In' Londonto \"' 'iiWTvt011 CIOMIIIMY.M'

IS; -'".'!.have come' that you.may have antly., How do.rot! PlaJq the ItalIan connection ,with. blgbawy!.- improve. .even' while:plss-lsn0w>> :: used spruce) "fufrnier:: ;.the limlgts1Lon'of' British .II..0M&uI8.U.&A. : "

life. and that ,-ou.maT have It more Renaissance "There was a'pow' ment. ,Mr,"TaylojTsaldJV ,: resists mechanical wear but needs a women*to South.Afrloa. aL; .

fJUiadnntly," *na**.-. 3Tr"time '_ er.Ja the world th i' mj'g. to beauty i .'-. .Dttemll .. Tit gives me great preservative treatmentto make It re- ... '
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when and'rwetntsd. ihal-desceoded ?
was scientists upon
I .. out deeto 8ucl umber Is also
; pleasure -welcome you air here today :_ belag
lleved=that life was spontaneous.. It the-young scholar1rjojfdoyoii; ae-
dodnt The city, Colombia, and ,In used for' making crates and boxes;the ,
. II forty years since Huxley published for the er aiiJteorm.tlol1'Tber. : 3 f 'i"'i"jf
bis. article on' the Batbjblus.The was' -a' power in .the universe 'tltjsvary city!'dePeQ,4. more largely firs .seasoning: ,having drtten out"t.h. ear y

scientist held.that:there was a'gela- that-made"-ror. fait";:and character, upon goo F roads. <<
1Inou. ub.tlfneeIn' bottotii "ofenveloplng and jjll-snrrender. An'd that power thaa'bpon i anything else;, ROdl.r.he .' for packing' crackers -The"tlmber'is.-' M
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4"i. ,deip l ,ilpllI'1be( bnt.l1ne-9: 1.h, de'sceudedoh fartiaLuther: Whence \ feeders by- which the great population , of course-) well ..i.oned. and/It tee*>
f v. Atiuatorr, 'Th s lie toHr r a ne fame' the -f>>.tltan .;Refofiuatlon In with the .peqted thatta ntlllxatlon may be ftsource '
of cities are suppUed
!
';"e' the earth, held the protoplasm England f The explanation'was not In : ot.profit to.the\ lorettireseryeaEngineering. : .:.
.
::4 necessities of life and great meas "
? that was the germ of all livingthfngs In John-tellot.Jor: SbHarryVaneorJoba.Pym.Tbeta : "
+ : ,- that creep or walk or ... ".The : was a power'-tn ure, .the trade of such Cities Is,depend -.. .... News, \ ,,I, .
.\. union of the earth and the deep sea the, world that made toy the sense 2r ent upon the.roads for-their outgoing' '' AuQrvt ,
t' water -and the tropic., heat brought personal worth Inspiring ch man commerce. There"'"is'' .another-;aspect Big -wltb.:tie Importance'of of a "new ?

!< I forth the'.ublt.nee that mothered all to give an account of himself to pod of the road' question which.has arisen discovery...thftJUondonpreacher" says:; ryPCt: ,..,, 'fro.

'... life. The theory wag .0_novel that challenging him ..to- stand upon( hli In;Ireca'nt,years;.that .directly.affects, "Never:;-check..-..theJI: In-g tldeofwo:
""atbe diaUenger'waa,,: fitted,out for deep own feet.an4'allertrhl.manh; od; the population cities. TheSe roads "man's talk." "We never beard' 'd
''sea Dredging.But... the -ezpedltonbrougbttthekeenest' urging the sense of brotherhood and anybody. who. ;* 1
.vorhdid.
disappointment 'that unseen power flooded the souls are' In a great 'measure the r playgrounds -, ,

i 4:j .to the scientist: The investigatorsfound of the Pilgrim Fathers and-the Eng. of the' people", and In.communitier .' 0
eye'watdtegressore
white sand *the bottom of llsh heroes, and ehane ,the face of like Massachusetts/ addi John B, Dlokey'i old reliable

iI't:'. the.tropic seas;: and the Bathybtus be- the whole world.::"' -Well mar the men tion''' to maintaining -thetoads.;. ..the feds eyes o* granulated the genuine 114s.la red Boathurt )pox. '
goodi get
.'eame'as mythical as the Trojan horse of every great era of outbreaking genius Commonwealth' provides .magnificent: '. '' ,. w::::::: .'-'. ;: ty
WTheri scientists set Ihemselves.about. exclaim; "We lift our eyes unto then In- this'country . ,.. '-,-- d'' r-
: the task of producing life by chemical the hills from whence cometh our parka "alongside- * ;; .. :r BEYOND 'HlM .Till .woman' says, 'that pick

... .means.. To make sure there were no help .VOur help .comelh from the the density of ourpopnlatlenhas ...3 have just been,.reading' a 'story: women 'should 'not"fall 'to 'try;
pre-existing germs Jthey boiled the Lord, who made heaven and earth." not'reached the point wherelt-ls, by.Uenry. James."' .,.... '' ** Lydia E.Pinkbam'a Vegetable

Hxi .... water roasted the earth, and cleaned'l Let 'us now praise famous, men of: necessary to maktarflftchl' parks* for "And-what do you. think of it, Sena* Compound as she did. '
.. the air' and then aoaled.&i; thr60. up. old [who.. hav redeemed the people.But our naturalwoodlands, and. streams torr-- Mra'aGregoryof' 2355 LawrencertorJMJfc.'
''t.i- ..In Jars, which they kept at blood let us remember.that God'clothe! furnish these in a more beautiful form, .
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bVs too.marf" for'jne.1: St. .,Dcny Wines. .
-heatrln the hope of developing.spontaneously the knight with His shining armor tbgti'the ha tdof;"bran ean'9ravlde: -; i_ VOX:I rtnkhatnt, r.,..., "l s:., '. . *
th.: living germs of an order no that God pressed that blade.wUh the knew from the language that he bald.a 11 i\
--... 'matter how'low., For twenty years two edge Into the hero's hand: that "There la possjbly' more Interest ;'Joker concealed but I couldn't far : was practically, an invalid for six t

.tile experiments were continued, with God lent the soldiers their peens of taken clop In good roads than In any ret ,It' out .experienced- q' ,.1, am.Pltlsburg ."-" :re.a.ra.. on account of ,female troubles.
the result' that all Iclentlltll'acree victory that they sing beside the > {>h.se..aCur development .but 'thjS Post.. I' ,underwent. an operation .,,\>y tbo.,

"" _.J. that life conies =only from preexistIng ramp! fires; that Christ cam to lead United States. jDjMsiDly''yei..,more doctor' advice but ia,a few months I
A' "?', life. If you want the living shock His followers forth to their holy war backward than atfy-countryot Us To Drive Out' if alarlst and Bold T7| was worse than before. A' friend advised

&T. ,; ,. of corn" you must begin with toe llv- giving them life, yea life abundantly else and population the -world. As ; the Byete a Lydia E. Pinkham's restored Vegetable to .ctiwr e
me perfect:
: Ing., seed thrust Into the ground. Ifyou. This principle! also explains the secret Oaova'e Componildan4it ,
'
hl.lorhan'rCtC9rd' TASTB. -
\hack good Old Standard
far am Take the health such as I.have not enjoyed In .
.
t\\ ', want the ;fl*..or the grape, xon'must of growth that begins with life roads have"' ot'the ins (Umu.To You know.-what row -
been one principal Any woman. suffering as
:q'" .. find the rooLor cutting. The The old Idea was that salvation was ere taJdD The formal is plainly printed many: years. .
ifit', babe's life comes from"the mother' by Jntellectual culture.. brlstTTdeaIs Items of Internal Improvement, and In 'oa every bottle, showing it Is simply taut I did .with backache bearing-down cooled: 1dSeaBQd
the'ease of Rome they did not confine tasteless form and the pains and periodic palnssbould not all rj
');;; who lives before it- Even eharacter. salvation by life through the new aIDe sad true U a .
'f3-' comes from contact Goodness Is an- heart, Bald intellectualism says this to Italy but etiended: the 'roadsto IDO era f-. far' grown peopieand to use Lydia E. PlukbaaVs "VegetableOomponnd.7 '

'" importation, and,salvatlon ari exotic. : "Blessed be wisdom.Christ says. the utmost bounds of the empire. ra (, .; -:.ft f; _ -_ ., ,_ : : .Cutlcura.Soan: f :

l ); Noman can wilt,hlmlelf into gentle i "Blesied .is character" Here Is a "In this country where we have Di2'F 1N"fuTION FACTS FOR SICK.WOMEN. : two
..\\t . l1e... A profane man In bis child's little child. In his selfishness he ) : ''
been to- Of E. P1nL'ham'
willing spend large sums Lydia
For Sn-
tbtytyyears the of
} presence cn'set a watch upon hie ibises his ", .ter'. little toy .and- breaksIt. "Is "lymg ever JusUdabler"Never. promotion, ....., 1"".
money Inexperience and lack of Organization Vegetable Compound, made '
;
but Time and -growth will increase Health
tongue planting a lid on Vesu Cutlcura-SoapK assisted -
have caused a partial, or from roots and herbs has' been the ) :
.-does.-not put eat the subterranean the' amount of -eelflahnesa and! "Bat 1 han-known.oaae very well -
I total waste of the and In for female ills. by Cutlcura. ,the great;,
/I fires. The nlan may restrainhis make him strike his own wife and money some respected men to promise one ihln ., .standard remedy '
r hatred of the' ellemy. but he can.notwill break the heart of his little child, for sections where the community was and do another. ' and baa poeithrely? cured th UAands of Cure--ls-undoubtCdly '

.'. himself Into loving the false growth increases the lice, does not fully able to do work: It baa not'been women who have been troubled withdisplacements 'other 'skin "'
friendwho change the sort.. 'Here Is the "Ooodnees, mant'thaC Isn't.lying; superior mall: ,,
w. Blabbed him In the back. youth done due to jack. of knowledge Pt ,Inflammation ulcera*;. u .
&T. Ii' The selfish man' compels himself to who .Is sowing wild oats .Little, by, what could be accomplished. Of the that's bullaeu-.NulllU.-.., tion flbrold Jtumors; *s irregularities, soaps b cause.otlts.tnflu,-',, :'" ..

Ay'9 glver-but God alone can lOr the-generosity = little he is draining off all the vital 70,000,000' being :' AKTIROTSJ rost sawut J IS.ASS.. periodic p ln&,w backache that bear. ence::'In;allaying 1 :irritation j .
.
forces Tire .
that makes giving false friend .y..DoD.tbe ;
a supreme ...ore..IU.
In the United expenlJecI.AD5 That's what TBTTSBtm tie; and Ills Ing-do-mi eellpg atulenc.lndlge.-: .
,
Joy Jatrus daughter',' cannot; bid .,dtseourageylj" , he will outgrow Lion Is by men wh y .an absolute e> (e for .Qaem., tatter tion dizziness or nervous prpetration. inflammationaod, :clogging" }i
beneelf to llvei.Christ.standing.above this. .But every farmer is In terrorwhen
alt other itching
ringworm el''ltlpeiallm4
1< ,,' her gives life for deatb.' If ,.ou'haTe he finds the wild oats growing no knowledge of road-building and enuneons dUMM. In..gq rated. eases Why don't you try Itf.'t't'tMrrf. v"\0 'Of" the .pores, the cause oF '

the living plant.. the vital spark In amidst the tame. The wild oats "who are acting under systems totallyobsolete Ot these affliction Its cure h.veib! nj>h.eBomenmL rinkbam Invltep'' all sickwomen disfiguring :eruptions. ,In )."
the root will take up the dead soil drink up the rain, steal the richness and inadequate. With'2.300. -It gives ln.t a*relief and effaets to write her'for.SM!vice. in stimulating
!and lend It life: And'If you have the from the soil, starve the tame oats. 000 miles of 'road to keep up the permanent eiares. Mo. at dreggUtsor by She baa gTildedthousands' to antiseptic cleansing, ,
'I'v: living Christ In the heart the soul And If they do this when the false necessity for competent engineers and mall from, Oa.J.'T.' 8.nrrmi.m, Deft. A, Bayaaaah health.'Address Lynne Mass. : ,sluggish pores,', ;in -" ,

that Is dead In selfishness or dishonor oats are young, time and growth simply __ f \ emollient and .other .
Is Such
rt._. or falsehood can live unto sympathy multiply the havoc. Time can 1o managers clearly seen. men Bloodholind In England ; propertics

'-, Justice and love. Christ came to-give nothing for' a youth who Is sowing and often hard to procure'and It -most Tracking case. of the successful TOWERS FISH BRAND !I they have no'rivals. :i"
recent
life wild oat. the of therefore Is absolutely necessary .at The ,
There Is no spontaneous good- save gather harvest \ _.'''_''-'--" w.
.. *. ,iness. We lift our eyes unto the life pain disaster and heartbreak. Time such meetings as we are baring here offlclat employment ot th ,' ':'\'\' VYATERFRQOr.. : ,,ah.o...,". sear .. ; .. 'I 1,#" 't'

'4.: altar.the'_107 producer--unto' the can turn a spark: Into a conflagration to-day.should be had frequently for bloodhound, tie public service was }(. \\ '; . 01&ED f'a A. e7d5.1( 1..1e d.ue..V. :J... . 11'i
Saviour of:the soul. growth fan turn a little-leak Into a that of the lost girl' Miss Campbell$ eA1 .M.. 3' ." iF;
the purpose of exchanging\ Ideas and ., :;:' ; ..c.. _..._, .... .
all..the World's a seeking I large one that will ruin the djke and educating the men engaged in this In Ayrshire a year, or pO ago .when _T GARMENTS. i ert' 'l'I.=: PIl_ ':/i\'. h.
Is llfe-T-more life. Growth It submerge the land Given a At"No"what Is a question of vital fores. Health t time does dot cure ft, but only enlarges of the ; r erecuton: ''afQCl"! r ''
secretary
Y
"Along this. line t should like ,to tt rns. o-,..fIt II the overflowing.outbreaking vltallty and spreads the poisoned tissue t'
\, ot the bodY Death It approaches Given a selfish child, growth suggest that the cost "of roads Is *avery Bloodhound' Hunt, Club for three 11 4''. I% ifl gIveThevut
; e.
.,rt" 'when-' there Is not life turns him Into a monster. Given an important Item and that for_the bounds.' l.L' -. '

'w" : )' A'enough-to up the bread and avaricious child ,time and' growth purpose of. seeing;:that our. roads are IJ'lIese-.t1oua41!''w.re- three'day."atwork. ; ; =.\ j. URAJlE-&lAJ ..
'' meat nQ urnkit produce a'miser. Given tricky and be scent ,in dlfflcult i ) .
\f." Into rich red blood. properly constructed at the least'pos- on_:< .most .. \, I ---.ocf.::: '
','. little canning xbild. years end.with a Benedict ',! t
A :
life means.little work'can be sible cost every board of commissioners '; and treacherous, country.'and! ; sue p0"7uy" TOILET ANTISEPTIC
done. -A'little mind means that a .Arnold or,an Aaron'Burr, or a- ceeded In carrying the search 'part) ValmSpLPE 13Q4t11
should require of the '
supervisor
Jew books will sulfite ''A small nature Judas and aApostete.Julian. What to the edge of a pool at which .theythrew t 3 Keeps the breath,teetb,.-outk sad boe reellcepUeeilr
the wild thorn needs Is the rich life -statement showing the cost per a
means that It needs only I two or \ \ clean. aed free Iress yes
three friends. A great, royal, divine of a e double rose grafted -within.. The square yard of road built under him, up the earct. 'and'from which n\\ .... I'.1'!-- I, healthy fens-tile sod tdisegreeaUe.4o>s,..
orcnardlst can'nse the wild root, but compared Us being: dragged the''body of the "
on
universal soulpulsating, glowing each year and this should be -' .rwwaa. Idert" ; which water,.oep and toot*prepersUoM "J y
.",,ti and throbbing with life, means' a vitallied he cuts from tested peach or plum with the tables of .cost givenby missing.girl. was recovered. ; aloes asa.ot do. A,-; ', '
.;. : Intellect. This is an Intellec.Anal a cutting that turns the soar sap into the national Government and with ,The "bloodhound' has the same' Instlnctsl M. A r Me..elerae11Y11.01e ,I (ernUldeLfeetin dieia. f 1 "n-- r

... law We speak o1 some young sugar. It Is new-lite we,need. Jesus those of other supervisors In our" for guarding,'his :master -'.* < sad deodor "

:. ". 'people as having hungry minds. The was right when He showed the secret State. any i do'g ;-or--hound poetessesthougti .,Tako.tho Placo"of ,Calomel *;' 1aI.,toilet reqtilsiteoi ,
the new heart that brings victory
scholar devours factsconver
: young .... ex
hurt the .
'not man-'be-'bas ,
; a' sation, the statements of books, and and peace.Disheartened. "It Im estimated that the 'average 'he 'does 'lf.- .......- "t.IM, ..u soil sad eoo ., t k

';,.,") friends." H.."Itallze. everything he and discouraged., the cent of hauling baled cotton by wagon .tunted.Fry's__ r rMagatlne., '. rOapadtoe .:=.I. _1If._. 0 I to ,-ti:rr::: omy.- laveluable..
.' 't ueh... Theevents. go into his In- way ii not to- flee from God hut to from tire farm to the market is fifteenoenti Clsree'Indlg etlaa'Pains u. 2 .... ( for iaflmmed eyes" ts, ,
::: : = : : ttis. : e
lee to Him. We live and I I : d
telleet.11I.tla. morning mate and move '
:. as-raw per hundred. With better roads fl.Ic6inSour Stomach"uyi Heartbara = 1M, n. 1.A.i' .._ tbro.trudawlsad
'. have. being In. dock oar-world .m ,........ '
+ rial. our as
'The .
rags '>and.ltw004pulp.: from wEatever ea_.- It.iTW .,. u.. kda."elae' 'Oi.INir.atd. = .terinere'arrh. At'
this be reduced, to at .least tencents
floats In and ether, borrow CAQ : "
4 knowledge comes out of his intellect amethyst t..mediaMl Ir.'. Doctors PlWa'1be ia. 10.. ***-t- ) n*, : drug ,end toilet :
'i. .", sVblght In the form of |uterature:, 'JJe Ing'all Us colors from,the light that saving of five cents par 100' 100.. and We., at drag etores.Postms'eter'Worfcs ..; a J. M.YOUNO. JR..'VVAVCHOCSi. :' A.l stores SO Mate'' or 1' ,
'J''v. ", :bfa. a..xitWrsat.mind.-; .He.possesses surrounds iC.JWe hare our. life from South Carolina produces five hundred .. by ..h postpaid' '
:KV life;, creative. :If he Sea .poet give Christ as the tree,has Us life In the million pounds of Hat cotton. With ; :With "His keel::;: pwas"saatisass.rasvr

.:r_.. .hint the'great'authors,.the. great sing- rich Juices' of..the soil ,whereln'the _a savlng. ot',five cents per/100., the .t !Atew Zealand;possesses-. tm... :With WMfe TTiompsoo'sEye' atcr! Urn Trial SaapH '- "" .,,....
...,,"Dd he ..111'' xtract their tree: Is rooted--tbe- stimulating at. ; se ; ;: .,
-
moesages..Wanee.theway farmer -wouljj save
';' e: :the books of Goethe.Schiller Witness, digested mospheyo-wllh:which the the all bough'aresurrounded"and mbrsclDgmnshtne crop of this Statefclone 269,000,:*: arm.te.-. ; to a physical-d ortitAtT'.whleb -," Icy=;.:" ,"" (AU&"CI8)t'J .; THE fJAITON iDlETt.O.! ;fiat ,>MIIL "... ,-

\\f'l mastery of the old teachers. that lends _warmth and ,j"Other! 'crops would probablyidcrease : renders'his' hands,useless:} ........

.: ;t..LWltnees Mozart's. wlflnrnrr_Mf In i beauty to Jhe sweet blossoms,and the this amount to approximately$1,6oeD00.Nowthe bole: "obliged',io do, :i&DcI.ctUally"\, : ;' :-

1ttf; .No y imitators ?fthese' ft men. n...:. truitr',. of ; n -eost'of hauling ;does;'.'eJl. the' clericalwork:' i Of.his,offlc ; : !.

Z, i7dith.lndlddWhat'lstheesecret - 'i cotton by rair. twenty miles is ten .,, :with" hlsVfeeC His;name' Is' Mr.:
""';; -. of their ':;;8plrltaalRellg1on.If ii teat' And cents'la this BUte."'1 do, not think Earnest CO'Moon,'and.he'' is'in "chargeqthe'postofilce"atl'e N"t''qm', M.t 'Th Y if" it..Ii WORt i: = uTR'
) ..aeee.i" ; Plainly.. fulness''of life, our religion to be will' that '
any; one deny anlmprove'meitCof :, Uku;,Auck r;most delicate.. Calomel is harm
'\' ,Without this abundant Itte;all -etrug-., truly spiritual It must be rooted and +-'bur': roads'allover.'the State .. ladeltble' .!. .. '
tl/ ale ls f allure jf:; This oaa''OlItb has no rounded[ in "roth'rl1IoYe. that : land; He usn an: pencil ilnbis f Iii.;it Injures, the ddicvte tissue*:
.a3 J '' iatetb-hls brother Cannot know would reduce'the freight rates o'a the official work, ,'"lth 'which 10'14'- ':,4lio '',.t'' ......
o.gift ,with the, brushhermaylbreak} God. , "JU"r: fl r tf../.rtor'itAmefiicaii ': '! .,
railroads
:;\(:?his,' heart* but' h. will vdle a.'palntJ nor can he know man.' The precious !* to;a.nn-con.14.rables.- writes. clearly, and, Jeglblf; Me Js.,It I "

:..grinder'Another: tolls-rJOver) ?hls CDrl.tlanqlllIt of'love ''will,open ,teht.. poad".building thereforedoes: .>esrs'6fag%, and has been'tacnarger'

p;J:' '"=rhymes\ but Inspiration will not the eyes. of our spirits to the abiding lot stop at the actual expense of haul 'of Jhel Dost;.oiWce_at_LTe JTktt_"f Of.;tbe { : '
f1'''' oDe: The:' ad vocate.stumblea'"on, leanty'ofreverjrhutaan"soul":to the', lng>>u% t\'Koes farther than,that'"It last. e1e"'ear'ea.rhe; 'ofclal! ,Te.ports' ::CottonDn7en Coll g'GJldtir. .....

,."fh."MeldDC'' 'after: thenecessary i word. .It temptations .resisted as*well as r to forces .competingtufethode of transportation .'of the inspector of'*the ':INew ,Fee.teh.'.:d.iaioa'' ei..F.ci-t. MeI ,
,
.;$ ly"'he"marfind"they ideav And thoset which have oonqner.d/>to the : : snt. .;;,War.he.C.Neil':
.'{I.t,; : Jth In turn ends the struggle In de- aspiration after something higher ' to redncsi their rata n rr"r"There '-Zealand:'Postal Depart "' howlhatMr. Mowtfactwere u4 aU Mhers, yewag er' old,.who. ....''.-W.' :.....: ,palil'wrwnat"doea" ne 'beed' "' Life; straggling tlka: a'plant jij'a dark-dun- / Is'.Another aspect .sot this. ; Moon J>as gS..neW'&rT..aU.t.etloD' sad pmt the correct' ....aattoet 18 Grades el Cotter. Thirty cUyscears ..

". ':. Morel!?. for the Intellect as writer: leon towards the light to the glorious matttr that' 1 ts;;hw"t hiportaaLty;f.Thebnndrog ,in \thedischarge'=:ofTils duties.; ilk ''our espieseems six w.*k.*eeeyi-p'...aee .___'mmdir. sapeit ooNee.es "
'. *s.'iaot4', life"'forfthe"lmaginatloir.a) krt55sr poalibilltlerrhtddenrin'the<< 'being rot :, >-roads ot a'good'charaater .makes,_out:;; money. orders, 'postal notes' win es..s>....yesy Big 4.mud fees gr.4 re sad ratlesi 1MIy_ See l.. ...* '

'-;; ;1st.more; life and passion as reformer -' every child of: God.' That clear ,per' radically! .meanjittaeal",, ; ,estatenowjremdte'trom ;nd':the',' i>erl6dlcal: 'oflkstsj'. :at-1- Sept. 1. ; CoTTMpoi d.ac, cearse ju.tnmo*. ,W.rlt.e4encefe..rarll>era-tlc; l r%'
.
...-, and+oraormoreeilfe"as- ., alnt. ceptton bf the -good concealed,witbin'ourbrotbers'andslaters : ; cities! ;ls- bponght' 'Je.r rll the
", Men-.need .moral'-talent'-for prayer ::+sill help us hearer .market'and; conseqaenP"y; 11lt.Jlr: tsini..bb. ;
f *"tl1e"datpstaiaVa.to.letters'
?1'*' !spiritual-genius for-purltyVand peace.' o.catch .om':1Itlrht.uQ1p.) Ot.our; Jt Increases, la.value. TlUnk:what an same way Ite .
'4hFor' all talent' I. 'a gift and:unique Father; ia''. Heaven.;'It., is, human. '_wltb'wordertu't. rapidity.,
I'ass's'/snpremaey, .is anendowment. trom.eET selfishness," whichhides! the truenaw. ..aor.mou..f.prf."o.lctjb.. to addS 'JoIr'.Mooo can also use a hammer saw, ,o rt : ' eara..wae N seas '." 5 ,.
?
,' d.. ;::11a\_ud>rleeJr'' at6r.Pyd-alae'1h41: ure'ot : l sad:lshdldrennbowegrdedptbey4ptayZ | to the vatxieot:every' -acre of,land :1md-0thit-aaFDeOtersr"toDWtt: $::. ta; MtLLLDOLYtL1.4 eiaOR01A
_ .d u Ju bntf. forward their-gifts ; have,bee lU' by la South CayeoUnsi; +ibeiieTe; g to;the children.Remember'. .that their own fault or the fault of others; "JlJitn.pat WheT our roads ..reasonably '

ay; .. .b..'eom. to 'give llf a-and to from ,our sight; U is the. Munedeep..* .good,this wIJl, |.,d9n,.. and. that
.
.,, .f. gin Jt abun9aDtIY.<"_,o;:,'_ : .;_ : deadly. shadow/}.which ..darkensour; each '.:" 't f .. college compiencetnent Own" perception' 'ot.,,Ood., Through the'thanks' and.commendation: "ro
.- ..:'-days\otur.IUa, ..' should" come brotherly love ..fllial,affection to,Gods of tllt people of this 8tat '" _'. t'
o' :)from the realm of. education.1-1 Here born 'In human'hearts.- and when' '
; {ft"+ < and;now':yeJ-acall: *MatthewArnold's l ttutr:.acrB4T motlanch L occefilled l' ..fIU.., .-"" ,f' 4YiurTr!' r ee..d.. ..+V.r.r..s '

l redefinition; of- culture- a'familiarity our: whole) being,-spiritual reTlgfwiJs ,,- ,,' 4' _- :. .' r aTANDeNOR '% I1 ,LI k.wa ,f..r.d Irr..r.r_..d Id..f/.rr..r se .1 .. .,.O "

oJ'_-with.tbebeiLtbat'bebeen'done/or known. and loved;A.rthUR.\VV.Fox; .>rtt. Good( Ro.d7 I. 1'ex...., PAINTQUAUY .wo O.Yss+aa,.to e.ea i Ie.ir.,1, .e1e,It leNJTCr1 '
S %..'): 'thought.'or-sajdi: ( And-te..tbJesentl.' ... .' _' mn r C". It ot! < '
;
.
\ ot "jultr adclThI.-otbnTwot'cU'' S rTheflagstoflViaClTtoabl0.* :.;*,; ..:.. .''C1ty, aC .; uungnt,4Adj:.... ee! v .1TneO SON .. :oadiets Frws1. College siedaatt..OwKW attend Elis'sce U.I.ay for l9O&l909.rptf r
.
','iV,, ; lthere-.( .a power la; the universe; II 't'AI1-kinds"of:-doubts. ,disappointpleuturexatlons Iount"of." Jeffersotl'1A; he ,Btate'cf'exas '

XJ A, .t-ourselves-that. 'mtkei, for..rights -and"'lns-eome to the. -ha--authorlsed,.siboodIssue PIiREWBRELFADi4Abg'a4..t Y itM aYj Ur1A lR
,:L jLA 'eo1fIUeu-; -.- What",4m:'culture for ..theV prof esilrig' Christian who'mikes;hireligton'a"condary't.If 'sat"!{IJOO.OOO, for.;the:.pnrpo.e- of |m-' MbN4+ SIMPS" CMU ,
_ '. ";;TT: scholar}->.7-There-.something1 In the his main con: ,ifovlBg! the ''roads'thatndlat.! from ; 4 l r
'books of great'men-Jn the sage .who cern-II'.to ;'cet' on.*in the'.world. to iT..teet and lN.r ..ei.Gt..ut1At4D
he city of Beaumont.
:'I G thinks.. or .u the.poet,who'.Ic,," for parka, money.toJbava.a..comfortable .A great shell
...,the'prator"who'pleads'fOrrne; .::the tlmr.-t-illd ulg..'a-taste orinelina-:> bank'oil- the Sablae..Nye,.harbeenpureed : Newspper Press.

i bero-yho-dl for.'ns.and' that wisdom tloo/ then come In a troop the things by JreI.nd"do.; ; the con-,

,; -iri..,beyond 6ars.elves comes,in. flbpds the which chase away 'sleep.and pierce tractors of Port Arthur"who contem- OR STEAM powou' -

\"' ':':scholar's' : soul' :rand transforms Wim. -with" anxieties-' and doubts./ :; ;i. .V'-- [ plate getting forthat: bank'-,120.000 ides .,Ill!"J.R;fj TKINS MED.COI, u1.1-1Na.i.ylY/1e-W.be.hr, ivt
"j:;;And tbere'W "physical power In the Our ns fulnssour\ "tjappine8turgrowth ethic: yards of 'shells for the making. -

.:.tfforld not-oqrie.ves'and] that we tavoke. .. our triumph are to come if and Improving of td' ,. "WJNONA. MINNE8OTA. ,_ t
;P ? for.: FoJIren.' .Man's arm lifts t e'eGm. at all as the result of glv- that taero.4waJ.miles -roadi ._lira.. .". _-.l ............A.'J. "+ .Aria. ?,, There Is a> thleg -c.100- ends! ,' but there'Is a': power In Ing the accent 01 our lives-to our spiritual ltls thought 100 ,_.-. -..Ytav..wsgl: _.nm sit..... .. +".
wlbd tea>n'nel! + ., done with' the' bond In l1.nct.,would CUTtsAlls + t rn 'hoes esad.nsMhs. s with'ehieh' ts4 d
ITEET
100.tons- of molten steel. Alan's leg and matot)7flrst) things: or.stop:trying: ;WAITED 1!N' aWRTY .( ,
1 'tUu four miles-sn'hour- but there Js to_deceive_ourselves:andi;others by how;:;*'eo.t 9f abo! 13000 rtrralle.r r. K s % } ouAll '" does the work, makes It pe s.se l'I' .ef .f '
s the lvu
a- a'w
; ...'a power' In the. flywheel of his. engine claiming to.b. -Christiana'when; a'. It Is supposed'that on. of the) roads 'EIJBOl smOl..tWOWMlJ6E1JS ; a.iw tON ran l0e- !'." week: to nrlv.ofau.prtat papT..B al.x> 1 > +

..",' taatwlll helpblini" : '-to:run across. this are, cot, ..-.EsptlstArgu1: i""'" ttatf teach through'to FOrt A1t: u I' .. '.... ephowt. lf'4A v vJ
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fine ".[It ssiii mee 'VaHey Gazette:: 1. Klsslmmee'sOlmatt.. ,I &Q-" '
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:.. The writer wa In conversation. witha ;
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'-. .. .. -' ,/gentleman! who 1* at proAaot stopping 8 "I" .N
'" PUBUSHKD' VBRr' IDAT', .at the Gra'vstone. io Ibis cltvi butwhoso I AI.L
''"*(ll : 'boqie Is In New York State . .
'Offlca it. Va1 ey: Gazette- Building. when! the question was ,asked, .whatwas S.... \ ,

.&JB8UOUtJ11,[DSCBOtA! COUNTY. FLA. the. most noticeable feature fit t.hl.1 O, ,

d .. .., .. ... . <0 ..' .. , ... section and. without, and tho'especially leant' hpriUatlott'was of thus city f,. ,' '7. -- ; 11.1T t; ,,, -'-:;. '

: .". $. HARRIS;,Edltot'. ..<< Prop''f, answered: "Your U.natr. sit'!, your , it.. , .,
continued ..'
climate. The gentleman then: .I. tf <
SUBSCRIPTION RATRS. : "Thin l Is my first trip outh in r" ,4'-8'' '

_. ..1 MOIM the summertime, and I Intend to go ; '
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Avg 0. on* y ar
,.1.! montha. .. fcOn back hi sell business and move '' ,8.to 60 .0. Lbs. for' 25Cents.
a eoj r. me my 'penny ; .
*._,.tnraa.montha. ,.... ,.. .20AU to Kiasimmee\ Ever since I've been a i i-; .. ... ,
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1, : IhavebeAneodeayorlnZl.Qflnda. ,
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4 *...-oorraapoadaata.f-eammtipjcatlona- } must, _ba...pt nliinad from by"our th author-writerXaiaetad place UM: six where mtiiith I could li> doors live all freezing the-year the, ; it ti Js'the titii.e.to. : : pirte- t; : --t 3 :to--:6:- Penny: '7 Lbs for ::25.' Cents

mattar will not'be ivturnad. uroeM mouth of It "' A. ... .. aCut
,tea mar WTn ui honea, four '" ,
.a.'"* *fort frar'of. belnIlIlI\1l8t.ruck. buta S' S'' ' ; In :
Enterad tha PoBtofllca In Kbulinmaa Fla. a< 1
. __., ... .... : d IY.Jt gOut --' .... .for- .school.-- :'A-gop.d -- . _.___, ._____ __ .'-__ ._ *nl-y;-.-._- ___..*.. ...:., 'iii,
J>.4.x.:. and brealli-: I! the. pureJresI.air, releemy "

., .. krrid v.aeit'.4.-1900.. hompeilet children) to out spend of halt doors my and Income not for be 1, Hiiie,, bi. Ginghams -, -" --: ____ on. ,Other__ .' ..,Goods.. _. .P'rice.:_, Before_, _s_.....,.., ._Buying.,___ _'_'__ .,.:'..We_.... .. .

\ _'- (several ; i .
but returned -
t {/ winters 'always from 8 to 12 l-2c -
; noi'tli about. the middle of April.' for 1thoutflrcrlf .. 11 >
1 ( .r 'Pemocratic J> : Ticket. t staved here during the '
.summer I would literally\: "melt from ;- per yard and: Percales 'S.1f
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; the heat and what was lert of me wouldbe l
'lr For Frealdentlai fclacton: ,. devoured by mosquitoes. Business W. B. Makinson CO,
H. P. MAItBVV' are cheaper 41'
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w i .RUBERT P.-W. Bl'TLEK.B. J,,,VI". breed me down here this summer found andimagine S ,1
suprlse whcn.J ,
your .
rya OBOKUUO.MARTIN.XAMUKLE. __ my ,

(KL-- ;_.- ItFOonare.!:. Paarnytrf.prelwataeinr "'. *l KUtrN.tl. .. I I sleep weather under so"'cf>cover*ol It v was Ighteand necessary! nor to n' S .now than>t they, were S __ .. __.. .. .. __" !

+ ,v- FRANK CLAJIK; mosquito to bun around inv head. .* i .

-- ', ALBERT For For. Complrol W.GILI Governor. '.ec HRI::: +T. Why think;'it Is you marvelous people here, it *.have wonderful.To a< I perfect .. S. _......__..._......*. fM.A a..m...%...ma. ... ..m._wa%. To Reduce Stock .! :

Forrosolry C' 'ROOM.:: heaven compared to other section. -I- .
W. V. kMHTT.Tor of this country and not one In ten '
q. Hecroturr of Mtmuis thousand know, n{ 1t/Adv* .rti e it., S: : :-T .
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: U.CLAYCRAnFORD. advertise I', and you'll have '
For AL.orlletteneral: nan White Shirt\ Waist worth 113.25 reduced to. . :;12 39 '
.., here In few t.hq.nyour .. .. .. .. f ,
PARK M..It"'AlIU.t- more people a jean Fo ",:. :1.00: . 2 29
i For Hiipwlt.WM.tendunt N.HOLUm'AY.of Piiblin I iwtrucllon: around -will accommodate, for f r .. .. 11 11. 2-16 I" 11 . . 1 ......... .
here are thouai nag ih'the north looking KATZJ. II II . . .
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ForQommlasiouorofAgrlrultaro: 2.85 2 15
i B E. .IS. und Inngingjor )u'1t such. a cOlinry .- ., .. .. ,: 50 :. 1 S9
r ..For)".tloe.of tba Supremo Court! -. as.t.h. I" to come to." Cash .. .. ..' 2:25: ;. 'J, ." : : : : : 17.
_ WILLIAM A. UOCKJR. ,, ;
I& The gentleman was right.. "There in oj .. .
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TBOMAH!\ M. BHACKLKKOnn. 2.00. ..1. 1 68
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no place In America that.o_an compare V VVVVVI. IV VVVVGIVVIA VVV .. .. " 195' .. . 1M r
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R ForMenrtorlutDh.tikt L. C.MAasBr. residence for comfort. Few l people -.- -- .. J. .. ... i, 1.1 .
Fur Mrmbcro[ll a Leeia. attire:. wear ovcl'C'OlI.tll'h..re i In the winter, and Commenting .. .. ., I. 1.'> I. a I 41} ,

x ,. ;sl For t.e.AREa.h Conntf Judge: : f In Hummel': I It is never' too warm to EXCURSION TO \ .. : .. ,1 ]..50.II.. . I. . . 1 l.39.19 ,'
W BOHNiTON.ForClerV work In the. sunshine, for there Isconitantly .. ., ,20" ." '4' : . ."
a of the<'l edtConrt: a good breeze blowing In from MONDAY . :: .. :. .. 8.j .. ", ,. . 96 J" 'I
A. K. D NEMAN. 61 .
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a Fur Sheriff/! the lake. I. .. .. ..
i' f). F .PREVATT.lr But 111'1'1JluNL' do us Die gentleman UG. '10. .. .. ,. 6Jj 75. II "1 . 69 u J <
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r :Tax Aueiiiort; aid-advertise triune. facts. Let It be St.; Augustine ,
-o-..d Fpr OhlSRr1xxKT Cell,..'t.... known th-.t. we.have the-heallhlest cityin .

', t, y For County,.tz BiFDY.Trl .nuror cent the climate Unwed StutOK freedom, the-inont from mO.ibajrnlf.
,: B. c. MILLBK.p for the. next'thirty days.H .
best school
toes the' year round the
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; soil that. will anything SEPTEMBER 7th _
: C W. GRIFFIN ayatem grow '
r- For BnlHTlntuniHnt of nblKi.... In,tinctiuii: and we willt>e paid for our trouble C. STANFORD
w. J.MKAJta' hundredfold In immigration CO.r
I and expense a
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ForConntyCommladonrIDlatrIeINol VIAATLANTIC I
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I:' L tF.LKY.For . before twelve. months haveLIT _:.. .
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Comml..loner DIMrlct No.a:
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For Co..at'J'1.. Dlxtrlrt. No. 1: COASTLINERATE IaKKVN1NHN NNM---"",...-.---- '
i HTRATTON.tor Boy. ,
J y,,, -*ounlr.......... tominimiiioner/ Jjlntrlpt No.:
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? a.h 4 For County nommlMloDer 7. H. WAI.KKK.District No. K: Com U'I'to Mammy JIoF. don't you cry.'. FROM KISSIMMEE, $2.00. 1 High School l Opens first 'Y s

, For Member Rrhool W. o. Board BACH.Dmirlct, No. I: AlunmJ.rIl.O': *wMpln'idrr.' /

Memtttr ,hun! Bo M DtKtrlct NoK. ;?: Did you.tam an'fell!
For R'
t It-mak.: "
,. K. BROWN Mammy kiM It 1ULllBoy. Tickets oti Sale September. 7th. Final Limit ,
For M.mbn> School Board Dlol'lot No. :x: '
I B.rTUMKLlN.. Mammy rock yoo-.o to alacp 9th. i October :
r {........::- -,-- .- Li'!' Boy September Monday -
An Lewd to keep t
It I.1 a ..fe bet to malt that the man 141'nBoy.' t um
t who knock his town alto whips\ his Marry hurt you white \ i
write ..... nholdg. bar praelou ehUa. Train Will Leave About 11.19 a." m. ,
tC IA'*' Boy. Special IN PURCHASING YOUR SCHOOL SUPPLIES 'o ,

Qt'' 1 Ki.dmtntls'tume very near beating Lay yo'LIT told Boy.Dat' on Alam...,.'.b..', .' -- -..-.:.. i. ,. -. DON'T FORGET THAT WE )
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L PlneoMile playing ball-the. score was' ;oiIt '. .
d. plaoa to
raa For tickets reservatl&ns or infornmltan call nearest Atlantic Coast Line GARRY A FULL LINE. ;
1 y 0 to_ 4 in favor: of Plneca tle. U'J' JIoF.. on .
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i Mammy lay you down Agent! or

fr I The 16th'of October will be the :ret- Till you-raacbaa UT Boy., Staepy-Unrn. J.V. CAim. T. P.. A. J. G. KIUKLAND 1 I D. P. A. :
known in Khlilmlllee., '' Let ( TA IP.\. FI/JRIDA. I
eat day ever I Kissimmee
la foe draamln' pretty drauna .'. P. J. CHAIG. P T. :M. Drug Company
no man fall to da: his duty la making U'1' Boy? T. ( WHITE O. A. W. $ :1
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Jt.eo.. : _. v When LI'you! Boy. to ma It-. WILMINGTON.: N. C.BUDDED "

f' .Dat da anrali. :to 0'units .
.A Democrat. who does not desire the An m.tu.rd" my chill :1va+ava .
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0.;. .election of Bryan a dollar1 worth tag deuyh.Baylpa TREES! -
uo right tp civet membership In the -N iAUDT HINTON. .

r partjf. ,,| ,_ '. ArriYaS5 rik Eas0a 1k1kitr.Bo.a tlt ._

. KUslmroee Is'. rapidly going to the Jslesworth Nurseries. 1.

r Y: front, but would travel. much faster ,: fjf; \ I Picture t louldhg;j
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'w 6 k gait. if ever citizen would unite Iii one The Graystone . THOPSOJ) _
body and-assist In the work," CHASE & co.. PK>rn1EtnR$. .. J. w..'HOAIIO, AGENT, t
t : All Ifinds: of
_ A man. up 'In.Georgia has been .eo. KI88IM.-.L We will have ready for next Fall and Winter plaoting a! general! : ; i ,I ,, Frames g

tog spirit pictures oo thee walls of his assortment of Oranjre -Grapefruit Trees: Of all leading .varie ; I -.FUNERAL.pi RECTOR i) I !made.to Order., t,. :
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bedroom. 'It h".lInd down here the LOn ties. Our treed are budded on good, healthy rough: Lemon .t', 'doctor*-would physic him for a case Lake,Tohopekaliga.Hunting1 : .' Sou<'Orange rooter guaranteed. free from insect! pets of any kind. 4Q LICENSED EMBALMER: :hl.
.."_ ,_ Fishing! Shooting, All budded! fr>i 'h; : of fti$,;;"llmmle Bathing, Golf. Tennis, Roquo- name. Our faullitiea lot growing nursery stuck are second to Prompt attention Given to .i i.

.1-..,. Cricket ClockOolf, Baseball, and trees are as tine and twenty year's i II orders sent mail
._=: :VWhen women wear Sheath, gowns Sooting. .- none our as iuey experi by or
Trap J
ottiarwls parade.therrsehes'tn: leooe can produce. We are making specialty this season of the Also Nice Line at Ladies' and I. \
and
Terms: 2.50 to 13.60 per day. telegraph. .1Jf'Gents"
j famous Californa.Valenria! which! Is destined to become the"greatest
"'1 i right attlr to that complain Is 'immodest that.men,they are/-nave/ losingreipeet no .13 to .'21 per WMIL'I I money-maker In Florida.OurValeuela bud! -
'f< .. from the best bearing trees In the district'pow famous for pr/f/ : Residence West Side .
for their sex 4. .1J1.,: :
ME :
'i --To.oit"Frlends doing lobe best Valencia .In Ualifornla. .
: Court House Square., %* ,
; , w J'said'wofic: 1 i oiling up for Congress -, .. Come and try a meat tub the Write'for Prices to J. W. HOARD, Cotha Fla., qr call and see our Nurseries lit '
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r .... . : calbaallsir "
\. .,.,;; and lobe next session. may last -hotel. Single meals 50b;' 21 at WacoTon Florida Midland R. R. i ua...rAs t: lcstrI .A.. a.-.a & &' .a -a..a6uLu/kreh. >tif- .,"-'".:,:
' ticket. *1::
d httoptbe summer! The Congressmen !meal, 910.' .Rooms /1 perday. .
.d! "'11..,'f no 'ldok. mIDi1.hel onchs to \ .. i.. ---- -

ffj{:, !b* *willing to"' work., pretty 'hard"O! ....._-wr'Y' ..?.Yr....'9\\rIF.P rs.. 4f..a!.. .............NyF.sal o .
.. ..orGOO. year....., .:...- y.JB6IM .-...... .. Kissimmee Wagon Works

.. '... ('lill j: .1-.1J ' H. W, T H U R M'A.N, NORttJ! KlS SI MEE.-: PHONE'; ,:"
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sregolsR .., .
.. [}J Ji,. : ? those, lumbeifsllowiNrho: "l- << .
CHUKCHT: /
OPPOSITE CHRISTIAN .
"* to meet In' Tampa' on the 10th PROPRI1. .'
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,J' J aloof Ar cannot'. put the afford prtoe to of build lumber* house' so hUh In .,. r.... .... Under New.-:Management: yfith Thorough' Exparience and Up=to..Date .I : C. W. Qrifin1iJ:

-:- : keepour airship. ,'automobile' Blackargith.WheelwdghtandBorsoshoer.All ] . \ ; lJ:
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r'Wbl.r: carriage :: ;u <* ;; \ ; !

- ,.-:: Kinds Blacksmith Wheelwright Work and .
hare 'now gone 'io'iio..tnz .fioraeahOelJ1f' > \' --
a Specialty 4 'ff' :.Fancy/Family, Groceries -
among themselves In' Indianapolis, ., h --" r'4i :
i ;; rod .1' l. possible the-white folks) up .. \ .
;::1 %r' Cher.wm.Iterth&roploIOninregardto ALL.WORK ,GUARANTEED:TO: SATJSf=Y... J '/ ' Fresh Meats.- ;- -.1,

''f. the right nf their poor;. tlowntroddbq } *Tt r ; '
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:. .; ..black.. brother : t' w I Solicit Ya.t\Tr' ... sal .- J NSTON.: Deiiuery Every .Day at anj Hour, Patrooag, Solioltedir' \
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'"r.f A good way for-ortanixed'labor to Wilt Treat Y .! L.........,.. ;.....-n.. ..caer.. sulit-ct-_. _bsItstlt,>-a"... ,.. .
kii1', celebrate. Labor DaJ would be for each . ., ,'
member to'tend one dollar to SatriOompers -.. t .
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!. .1 L; for use In electing Bryan., It d. F: .RTB"B S .,.. 'toV :
'1' .'wo..l.bo. a .mall sum-only about "'"' '"'"" ii.r1
t 5,000,000 but It'would,'be'enoughtotDelnoerats : 9: ATTO . 't."AW. <=:::;:-=- HMC '
.;...o..be.bu.I...;. .. Ne tl.ees4 nasal I "
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(i""" ..ACARON. ....1... ., .N. C.. lRYAN.a.er.eeryeWaters : .kf.
( Inalacia. f Qffice h( 'th. Court House '-)<( f sewage m.b. tba.w ... : ,
'r-if in Illinois '
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. are' now'attempting to work; that oldcrooked. : < simm eel"Florida. ,, '... 'X! : _. .. ..
de..1-.IUDA' _"!,ca;"..: "'. ERRII'S; O ' ." ........,.. -1., ......,
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jyjtgwhom"will be cl
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....,.... ,UM Datlooattiokee that they might-* "': 'J' !
.:...., sure local Deroooratlo success,; And ... } :, ."!" '._' ""ftr''. of causes, .Ihet law.cflrnrotMa : T& arsolkG G Co.rte :
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:; still they'call - H.a4.."overorowded with such their ant 'p er "' : faado:;: .:: ,
Ja, pYh. ,Y Yl . .. r' -- = D.alen b
of the wlndow. ' dNN A..M0 dn.e P FN
feefc_ ale sticking out .3r; ,
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"". "1' '4' ' 'ID prO..ncJ rote ocrhotisee:! .. Ir..a..s.s.yws.sea gs.y.w., nsuee+tn.,a. ; .C..b; ;
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{: We thank: toe neme.ous'napers. it will be'pleaaxl to brlnsr ny I 1907 ts feet 1 t1.sagas.fFsa r

J !.'. 1)-) ,floridaforao.ooroplimentaryspeak.lag of the. progress Klwlmmee I I. make"' samp1e make any hook suggestions,to your In, house the latest and .:'' l ittt li t :'YB. QZOB .. .:; i. c .. l

log,: but we assure them,this city |'I "( "
'QJf I _war dealtre.! ............. ) : .. ... '. I .. ;
LJn"tlVanikISd.1o-alL.tbegoudthings : ; : -'I'Y-A.' '
i 'Droprnwiarcmrd and-I wjl, }ch r:(1 l lfn11yIurnlehesttmates _ . "'I'8.I'O. +
,.' 4.thasean be said' about 1 it, for It I* as'near g .. I _. .. ,
'.1 ,.:> perfect from a healthful and cliaatUi aDd"p; Intlnl.J r;.- ; L on.flaper I.,;La ,t =1 I .... ':: oauty HA JL .'
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''Standpoint,-to--aaT- tothinir-of 1 : : : , celebratea F rtilirersTCBbTE, ',
*b:I>-' UM productiveness of ,Itr.sol a* can REA ESTATE

., war "Vk. toned on the globe '.* *- EUREA'. e4.FIEi( Company t OR'A_' 1X ., Ci.eslars.d r... ntf-T'C;::.
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Abstract
.: fe't.' >EMIto4 Jordan says be would not op* ......''- '" -7..mr::: -:". .na..U..a4 .. Apallcatla. ,..... '
'PO" a reform in our convict system 1 1I Ifbe oUI.ANDO..\ FWRIDo4' KISSIMMEE FLORIDA ------... 10' /11\- ......: -yw.," *; ;.io"" i l\ : . .-:
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k .hoWQ'Lb.1t."woulcJ not I
: could be .' BULLOCK. MiNA0 R.
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additional
oat &be' taxpayer* tax** 'ua-: : \ '"
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Dollar and cents have nothing do WILLIAM' KIONIVorrw t.t e '

_''. --&of;( 'with the question'! nt: Florida"a. to whether l humaneo the I you''na""yee ork'I..1sa.d'*<. y.ae'f-DMTOUl KWaoy.f myttin flats sadnaiad -.': '., ., Buy. .',a-Kodftk.- .- ... dI'.;.. examined for non-resident and reported on HIDE. ' ", .F. 'U R'S"'W7..0"'O'.L. 0J: _. ; ,
system : paid
t onylet ktd .sad bu4datttula I tR
Iroabls: with roar |r ha secured :
Tb.OsoeofaPharmacy
t 'op D" If It's a.mere matter of money BT tm> ... Mo*.ald.._II. |rolB. and .* relating to real estate . Ooaatry Procdi.toe tgj
; . of&II.I. the local ag noT for the famotis atuao'Kodaks. : a Speolal
why not go a tp farther and when bladder H T you a flabby apuvarawM ... !)/ drawn_ ; ._. . .
and ,
,bis skint sseb,mpcelallT under Lba eyes? Too (n trot now bare them 'Lor :-:- ""
.e ilUI letU kUed.s.! h.a'.Jl : :.a".....Is pm'It? ,,_ wtnla.s' Kadaq, 1 1I stopk ranging t'D price from 99- to t2 OnlSente Soll lt d "*" 1..... .. : _,.. \
:t. t r: ,toLtabfera. bi.'oareaslto'a'fer; 1!. wlMr + 4, +r Plsr..ox J '
., : : vt7.av i s Buy on. and mane your own pleture* .. ... . ,
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The sliank-onif d of- the season, to! quote our 'frl ;il BUI 'iWo are exclusive AGENTS for this territory fob TILE., ./ t-"

II .. J"c.vlll soon be here, ariflTJvedo not want to carry "over FELLBOEWNKEROSENE, the light I that \Ilas'more 'fI' r .

, ';;bur; Stock ot Refrigerators and Freezers'and other Summer light lor less! money, and..less care required to. operate It. . '.;

'. goods, and so wo '! _. ;|! tliebenefit orwholeRule"reductionswt ... aiinrnntccd! non-exploslvfv 110ca') !nUIe-power: Six IiourM' ""

' .--1+ :- : ;Tnteiid, ": iuokfngiultll: .:all"..arcillspo5edoPm : : '? for ONE CENT. !..1 ,._:.".. .u .r-:,: ," .
- J and Invite, In&pcctiori.: / .. THE L. SJ1ITII'.elr '
: '" U. KUOS.'typewriter. .Writes two_colEverything -'. ,......:...... }}v k. ." ...
.-" While with IIH i we will take pleasure: In showing" our 'ors., : ,visible all "Ule' time. The most perfect ;", : :
'' other lines constatingof. Furniture of Crockery- , .. >,;: V,,';<'' .
I nil. kinds.; machfllC\ the market. Cash ur.llI tul me litH. : ,. " "

';' 'V_ L 4'' ,: . R1aMswareTinandgatQryaro" ,_Stationery? Bopk ,. lttureN. :- THE.XUDDEN.CA3IPBELI CQ8Piahos"OrgaiiH! : .. .....-- -: '

( T. and. MusicaliGoods, .* !* :I "anti 'GraphophonCM (Columbia) and all itttaclunents'and may'
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J . Wo want to get, .interested goojis; as, .
y you our we- gllitr.rt :appliances.- :Cash or tinge* *" .
: anteq'prices' and :.. .. .. .. '_ __
quality considered,*w1IIAxave'you money' of'L.4MOTROUBLE" 'TO '. .-jt.
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;:+ :, : The Klsslmmee Valleu Gazette I .MaklnaQa'.HIIt, naila !!'-ib' .. (or250., I I lando.Fo.* Bicycle*( '8h.slbarg* r-D-6' 'Or-\\: Marriage of Rev B.;'StepHens.The -.. }6..ttN.l tl.nll Ijcg.JAr.., atrJe. l... -.r 4;

Eastman Kodak. >and supplies...atOceola r i

. 'ap"u I TKLBPMON NO.'11.., Fine line Pharmacy ot. pocket. : I'veat' the board Regularmeetrpg.next Tuesday. .of' the' ly"To.- received the following,end:, fully invitation explain was Itself recent: JUST: RECEDED'; A. !PULL )IN.BDZ I.i' I.. -

'a Kllmuiee' Drug Co. Tor Bale Cheao-A flood pair mule Fl. Baptist hurch. Kisslmrcee! ,
{ PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAYOFFICIAL 1 Fifty ple ,.*of' sew Gingham lust It 1. W. MILLER. "Mr. Mcclure.re.tQuest '
and .
Mr
...,... --.aY....... rriw received at, Kau'*. " A pencil given wltlt,each tablet. toTctrBol the honor of* yyjQVretenc F. M. at. the White Ro -
''\ HA" I__ _ Fifty 01_. ej new. Gingham*' just children at.poe41ajniarm'acV.Mr marriage of their' diughtrr, Helen < .f S e [
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-L'0 I received at KautaSubocilbe ... *. C.-K.. Warden h.- returned Barton,' .o MrOunjan 'Stephen, i' 'Lt.
from a visit to her In Tennes \.\'VedDftstlaafternoon. '
ti*"_ WEATHER REPORT.Av ,:. .for McCall'g Map ne- .parent September ,!I. ,
f 0 cent a .f :& ....t.wpii.lnre for week fldtnir Thara- see.Mrs. f aveoc'ock,4'hrtstl'tbchurch
.. a. The commissioners will mee K. D. ,Hogan came up from Shelby
tens county
Kepi. ,
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.,' r. _. voughman to 'visit," relatives W.. n. -. vllle,. Kentucky." '
in regular monthly session next Mon- : t. 'G'OQds. -4.
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.. :- lUIn- da,. .. **;. *. 1oeeeuaioAttorney tR ,. Stephen Is very popular with .t'
I Mix 1 "Ia' t.. Moonhas a f our t>eQ le. and they wish-him ,
jt: . = : Mr. J. (t. Orlfflo! and faintly have J. abundant happiness In 4. , ,,
his rela
:rvsjr1 *'-----;. -- _r_ tons tp, Mew Smyrna for a week'svisit ipoved his law offices. to a suite of tions. Hi* bride will be new cordially _. .\ .: M OJ' .

:., rrldar.. . .. ,I .9a 'II---\\ wlth>reatvei.) | room 10 the new Iloberson building.A welcomed to our bearta'. and tunnes. C&nned.Fruih. .Jellies. Jahn8yMarroalade<; !egetillps,' :' h;
well line of comb, hair brushes
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Saturday M Hon. C. S. Acree was among the Hsr coming Is anticipated with much -4 .
SU.." t* ..eoYtt excursionists from thl* county who loothr oVushes, rubber good, In fact pleasure Fish,. Etc.
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[AuondMTTo' d :' DOIU ; I I pent the day In Tampa Monday. all KlndW druggists sundries at rock .- 'T "-- I' '
I .Wcdnwdar.Ttiandu.r '. ...., ,:l I 1 bottom price at Osoeola Pharmacy.
Mr. and Mr J. MoPhatter return Hopptty Hop.
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--: '' I I. "" __ hope -from Galnevll (la..whereties Dr. W. W. Carson ba,,'' moved his Are you just,, barely gettingaround ] R. S. Floyd &: CoJG
had. been kpenillnir, .eveiral. I weeka. I dental parlor from the Oraystone to by the aid. of crutches or'a cane? Unless .
I.last Friday. k" the suite of room specially) prepared' you have )lost. a limb or have a de ,
a NNea.a VaN1+41rN 'NN't1A'a'L Mr. and Mr*. M. Katz left Tile day for him I in the new fivers building. formity'-if your trouble i I.. rheumatism tr>w'v"vjwiv I I night for Baltimore and other eastern T W. Ellis a hotel man and, president lumbago, sprain stiff oint..);or ,, '
lj(I clue Mr. Katz wllt"purcha.ehi.fall of the town council of Kllllimmee.I. anything of.like nature use Ballard's
: THE IOCAl FIELD. and-winter tock of goods while away. Is taking In the sight and dellgh'ft'-of Snow Liniment and in no time you .,
I :Mr. and Mr. J. A,'Dann and their Tampa todav.-Tampa Dally Time can throw away your crutchea-snd A. CA RSok ;i. A. CttANPORD. Li.t.UPPZR.Pr..idwf. .
i bright little daughter who have been Messrs." J. W. Chapman :J.A.i as well as anyone. Prlc 2xs, SOc and Vle.-........ -e............ .. ?
) ya N 40 N. """' N vllltinll'reJathes here for a few day, I Stewart and W. J/Chapman. of Sum.' 11.00 Sold by Rober o"! '* Pharmacy, i, :, :< -A ; ,.-- ...
< Wednesday for their home In Mi ] ner.-Ga., have been spending aTew'' JustTlecetved-n-A complete line of i
J; Wade the Tuner. Orlando. I I days In town, this week the !guests of school supplies .

.., r Go to'Makinson'* for nails. ami.Mr.. and >lni. J.: W. Seymour arrived -' Miss\ Eva Woodall. , at.Osceola Pharmacy. | KISSIMMEE. LUMBEI t.O.J.r
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." from Georgia' last. Saturday Mr. J. M. WIIlHon, Jr., returned'
4. } I Dwelling, for .rent, apply 'to M.McGall's I night and have been.. receiving a cor'dial home from New York )last Friday i ii B Hl Hi i H* B H I BI BMMMHIikHHB HMIM M M *l H* i H H >BMMHMHi BB i* H MV "
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}a . '\TUler. welcome from many of their old- night. He left Mrs. W. In that city -
t ";-\ Pattern. for sale by A S. j 1 time friend this week. to spend a few weeks longer, and reports ..
p Gilbert - i: Eugene Bryan' a prominent young' that h -health I I. very much im ,I .,
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man of Kllmmee. is the excursionist proved l .and DressedPine k :
Rough
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, ,S Fifty nieces\ Kali's.of Dew 'GI llham. just; ,. doing Tampa. today. Mr.Bryan : .Mr. O. [B.! Howite.. Ocala, spent II :

k .* received at hat an 'appointment to Annap- Sunday..and Monday. town; leaving
Mr. Jim Carson came down from olis, and will shortly take the examination. : Tuesday. morning tor the range near I : ., ,
' --:'-= Jacksonville Tuesday. ::-Tampa. Daily Times' Whittler where he will be engaged I ..Luamlber.r, .:l.;
T : W. Miller wentdown (" Tampa Sheriff Prevatt returned from Mfa. for the next three weeks with a force
;; J. .... yesterday with Annie Leeter of hand rounding up his cattle and .
) .; against whom there I III an old chargeof marking and branding calves. I '
o f Tick1Ibiti' larceny pending in the county President. Dooegan and Secretary I '
; vile! pent Tuesday in towp. court. .She was placed In jail to Meek of the Board of Trade are receiving I HOUSE BILLS A SPEOIALTYSoutff I : '
.IN.". The roof of the Pre.bYterlarfcrifinfch I await the convening of the next term. numerous Inquiries from par. I . '. .
U being re.Milngled this week. \/ Mr. F. H. Starkey returned to her lies at stance seeking Information
.. home In St. Petersburg; lat Monday about Kisslmmee and OtIceola county. 1 r
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: Lace curtain and figured lawn at after" a brief visit with her' parent The Inquiries come from both home- \ !
I out price at J3tanford'r.The She accompanied home by her seekers and pleasure seeker j wv.M a1 aMa.A .

.. Home Store are agent for the sister Mr. B. C. Miller and little We have not been Informed a* ito J.H.REDDITT, I': 1
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: White Star aundry. Phone 1&4. daughter, and Mrs. J. W. Miller.: the' Identltg of Klsslmmee's. new cor 1 I tabJ

M, '\ Forty roll of matting at coat, for Mr. W.M.ilutsoncame;| down from respondent-tosheTlmea. -Unlon and JEWELER AN.D. J Sunny. s.i
St. Augustine Friday to vUlthu family Tampa Tribune; but wl.h- to extend i :
s R .each. 8. .C..O.. Hpw. Co. WATCH REPAIRER} : i : M
,e j.. ,. who are pending the summer to him the right handof fellowshpifor ;. *.. ,
.r Wagon- aDd buffffy umbrella. for here.- returning to that city Sunday the excellent manner In which be Call and see myLine of $ J '
;, sale by J.'J.' Dann.,, auc 14-tf nlgbt.) 'Mr. Huuoahalda-A.xe pODlhle la assisting In advertising' our town rilc-k Ylatehe..j L.. HINtJRAM. .Proprietor.1 :;> ;

",, 'Loughmss Mr. and Mr are;vlltloc J. K. relatle Slngtetarr' .. here., of way.position with the I Ka.Coast Rail, .and Now county lathe, time- to plant your garden -Any defed of Jewelry upon' fU>quet.BICYCLH . I iriivmsA'ji l ; :: = llI ,y.

totnbn of SUNDRIES.W. ; A iNG : :
l : Chill Buy your monuments and and Crenshaw Bros. Seed Co., I : ITS"
-Tonic. Guaran-
Ue Plank' F. J. Terry, the builder of 'ame, and Tampa. Fla.:" is the place to get your .' '- : '
teed. Price :M'eentl.. Sold. by all' ave the gent's commission,-25percent seed. They have true Bermuda onion . W. CARSON: .D.. D. S.. ,. .
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t'J> druggists. ul n8J' LeLme.boar'..}, you":: Come .Bets and seed absolutely pure stock -" ; !!.... . . . * J J!
; look Onished work. DKNTAL PARLORS'RIVERs 1 ......._____. .___... '
; : '*tar*. M. F. Sear returned home and over our and don.'t forget they have FRK8H" garden I e
'-. / from Georgia where she spent' the' F. J. TERRY,. and flower' seed and poultry supj \ BOIL ,lNGI- Well equlppecl with Ne'w stock and Veliicles: arid ;
cummer,, this week., aug 21-lmo Orlando Fla. j'plies, aug 21-41. OVER OBCKOLA. F/HARMACV '
s{ '. "' All parties --desiring' palmetto trews' Ilepreientatlve Wanted.,We want a I\ Clerk11: af the Court E. J.''Lellle, pit3pared.txr, Jnet t'nllyilclnallds, :fJth 'perfect: fifotisiOn r \ t r'
w-. for planting eao/'secura. them from. repT<'eeniatlve U> handle FORD auto- chiirmah of the Board of Trade com- or1'Ipa" HOURS. I aTo a '.::. i M V t f 1,' tG .; !* *t"-I1 0' .
I W .Capu Clay Johnl on. mobile. In KiRstmmee and ytoinlty.Live p nlltee on Manufactures and New En- -'-- ------
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1io..r.."'. hustler! with or without previous wprllle', called his committee toeetherartheoflloe DR. E. F AKERS :
ItlrscF; W. Hill and sons. Fred and .cl......$2.000.00, ,
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eznerience: can easily nf J._ .M... Wlllann ,
Vioaor' ,. f r arcoo .*e'jpentTuegdayIn tn.;aeasnn,- Write,-with references, at 1 I Jr., on Monday afternoon--- to dlaoutis 'DENTISTtbMeeoverOrlsadoll3ank 'f ,'rn -..,.+!IEAVY'-HAUL'INQ' .. ; A SPECIAliTY.Favorite .-,,v.;', 'F.

.. \ shopping.vTwffltng once.-Fbr -Motor Company, Dept. U'; 1 "some matters pr" $*intng' tn. :}.h Ewe)- : and TruerCoPrune .- ""
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!+ Pocket .t.lahter.-Iwnl\ed Detroit, Mich lean.-: U faie of Ktimmee. -
1 without tt a3r, : .,.... : ... :. ,:.
mate or.Mr them'at. --- ... -- -- -- "'
aim e. See n.v..I.B.LeY;nnoial&a'eo bb" JVtOliverrwhtihsps'spdid :r c :; ':: r=r = = .u-- --'-;;;- "
;; Xl..lmmee ,pru1Co. vX the Florid Conference College located of 'hi. Crown, Bridge Porcelean work a w
crop fruit on grove tnl I. .
?V:,: :/ Mi.. Marie Grave left Wedite.da y at Sutherland, wa here )last-Sunday -! year:Informs the Valley Gazette that .Specialty. r >* ;: .. : ;pertilizetSV .
;Sr far Bartow where she wilt spend .aJreek In the interest of 'that III.tl" tlO'll'I'' hlii orange are now ripe ..enough:to KOTB-Thoe de'lrIDtf.ml .l81'ylce. "; r .
.! visiting friend. and preached two sermon along ship and-be '.will begin/ gathering should) make ...arraogiDent in, adv < ; AND ." ' f' :'
.3 ;. ,The'._,Village' improvement Society cationalllf.e! at the Method In o lIrob. i them arcane a* arrangement pan be aoce.;" A rr:: :: FAR-CITRUS. ALL OTHER f RQPS.l' --.
.p i': 'will meet at the Inn next Tuesday af- 'The South KUslmme boy' played' made for havingthem packed.., Ms .. OKLANDO, FLA._ : w - ,.,:- d--- --i.: : . -::::--
: Ej3"ternoon' at 3.30 o'clock. North KlMlmmee a game of ball Wednesday ! Oliver: will have '.over;,,a thousandboxes _
t KB*: W4taow haYIbi'.toclt' a splendid afternoon resulting !'. a score! this season.-? ,. iMr. ORLEBLIEAa;' W WEEDON .k
r. Mine of both pound and box stationery of 19 to 11 In favor of North. KlMlm:' J.Wv Cole,ihe Fort Gardner ' . ,' : .' 1f.ERT J.IZE'Rj. ;M'ATERI41J4 } :
w *'. :- KUslsnmee Drug Co. mee. The main event of the game occurred : naval store 'man.-' wa In town''' last *, 'Spectallst--Eye, Ea. .. : (
T"'Mr'F.; Fred In the elghthjnnlng,when North Sunday wo meet hiss dallllbtAlP,'M 111II
MaroooMee.Wi i;. pent Hill) and, yesterday eon Iran, of Klislmmee eta de 13 scores. ..;:- ,,: Ruth who had been:'vl'ltlow* ftleDdi Nose and Throw.4 ....... ', "' ".INSEQmICloes w .. ..,.,., ....._
1> Lakeland .Mr. i"...,..,, 0 : ....""' J
la Cole.tatM ; -
.acting bulns. in Orlando.. Singer and Wheeler & Wllson'sewlag : to a! >- j r .x .-' -, ." nt
: ( machine, ceo BOW be .Eat at the representative of'U>U paper that. he solW' American \-._, .r-FOR SALEBYJ. ..* . ". ,
,..., .. "Mr.E.'J.: Alva baying hts'bld re- Home Btorer-and also all supplies for bat his entire product for-the year on PrivaU H :: National f. 4.'I .' '" &

....Once. torn,e building down and its will place.erect a new\ these celebrated mscAlan..They are band which-he.bes.-been unable, to ret 1. Bank Building Tampa,' : EfKIS.U. \ M
; n4..ar no higher In price, than other hlgb- to market pa account of low water .Florid;:: ' '( :
Ci; 'Perd w. and 'little daughter grade naeblne"* and' their sterling \.BlroD't."apm&n."a-former'Klilm- : Mz" ""
.ij..1di.!'et.uroed. home yesterday from. quality I tco well hQ.'fM1.D.. <}|.,j jNoR'ia CPID. -, mce boy who now live In Tampa, hat w.: L. ''WINX, n \ / *, 'AOE. NT EQR1' A :y
". M. > relative*'alTMadlaSn.- "*'"'- bl4tD: ', :? ', ' ]just had patented-an Invention of-his .... x '* r ?,

y '; e_ .W4L.r...' making exoeedlnglv .',close ).., 'the'tlnto pj&Df your, gar I which:'promisee to ;bring' / ; hint both i .......ICI... .JIID". IlO_, .... Sanders FtrtiUicr CQBpany Jacksonvllk: l Hi. :/}. \ .
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Bros. fame and indention 1 : ;
furniture the Crnhaw "fortune.HI*
.". 'prIOM on tor next sixty den, and Seed CoiTampa.Fla "
I' days,' tortl. C. O.'Howr ()D.'" : ; ia ;the place to get youraeedv''fl'h.yhavetrue .. called the antl-frlc.tlooal bearing and ._,..,..;. ._.. M. w_...11.1.1t..rs..aM. ...n.." .. _, _.,.---..:. ._ ."...;.
f-t.FOB SAL-'Ata'bargmln.; small a...- Itermuda onion 'designed to doaway with all the ., ., ..--. '-- ., -. .. ", A
, ""''proof safe la'food condition .....10. , sett and seed : absolutely jpure meek' dn"baek. incidental to bearing run- "; T ; : + n, c)
\:, ::-'.. ','k u.,,WiCE1fAN; ;:-' and don't forget they have paEan ref nh1a' hot.on machinery of all kind:;, D'k J.- Wi; 'SIMPSOW :.
.'. ,. den and'flower, seed .and poultry *upAreHltecV fiofAinerloun : +r. ..,-sDENTISTr_.___ ""
... ,'. Stovewoo&de1)tered.ln: : :.e tows. .."St phe... : .au 21,#, 'Mi** Kffle, Oa awon to spend left:,:Slonbay..,,couple of .-. ;' ::-+J ... C.'A.CA. . .JII'0..' ... M...L.r.f..CA.' .....; -

1.IlJ 1Hir o.t.t.raD4rt1: KI88DQO, La Lj- sElt* CO.,."1 fiW'i'u. Tally came down(t week with refat.I.e.; after*/which ..bl'wlll..o .', Upstairs 4 In Kau Building.. ] ::' ...........t., ,-?.............." ; -" ,C..S1.F.. .' .. r ;.11 1J{:: t
., from Jsckaobvllle Wednesday afte.1Dool1 ' to Macon to enter: Wesley
: .ar..._ CJ< Stanford 'anC.'W'. look the for 9 at'm. to 1t StstBank f' Kisslttittiee
r to over Jottpdailon Female College, which open >for the' mCIl Ho m.. : ckisslmmce : '
_*OB left lat night rOl"rNew York to the new school .b'llltdlnaaDd see that fall term September: [Ants.: 'Jktl*., Effle 9 1 1.30: to : ; -.. . i
awr. '. purchase heir'fall' ) ,and'winter'" .stocks' the works*- ..rtecl.olr.rlhc.. Be, la one otKlssimmee'* brightest young: ". Tel.pboseNo.7 ., '. ,.fa.l'1yr' ,- .I1n.? ' -... ." 't<* ,!
of gooda&4 : :. found that the'foundation had'been j ladteshaving; graduated af the OsceoU .. } 3
"' Mr ;'and: /r*. 'N; ..B;'. Carson:.r.w .- laid off aod.eacystedaccording to I I.peclll High School with// honor*< at-the i. "}Have Yo. a flsbry-- rf- . r---- .9 .
.wtitrned home.yesterday ao Out- ....loDI, and Manager Pope began I resent commenoementy-and |tier many Then watch It closely; And above all t Pap II. CA..I'Aa..__...... .,J, ,..; ,.; ..,ooo.sib. ,***
gof! several ,,"In'' itvGeprgla and work yesterday with a large force friendaJee4.sure she will give a !good thlnr don't let it suffer for any length :'J? iTgC.SOLSERI ...UIL.T1I'-.ro.J ._' -SO 000.. .-*<
Horth Carolina. / of-:bricklayer and helper o. He expects : account of herstiTf Wesleyan./ of time.with worms-that 1* fatal. If ......:.DI!!OIToRfCVEITY.e.a.r..airi. te0000.0'' R Rptbrpi
b11ii 'Elllllo.iTVdW.r;>ndl ..the Bo* to cooaplete-Uie.... build_ lojcOPcontre -'1 '',Chairman..W j C. .Ba*.*; 'of the school Its complexion yellow and pasty. : ..,.
'1, ocklohlldren'wt>o ''have been spend ...t time.; \. "f. 'u';.T board,' inform the Valley Genetic If It I I. listless, eros 7)J""lee..lb.-gets . asd Car.tal -n-tl. *if.al"'to a's''yratteri'eir, .' f+ .,
v trjf eyeral weeks atCoronsdOBeacb.. . u:':'Daput7. ,fj berlfl.!a.McP6auelw: has. that the board has secured he-follow. this -wlth--flatuISDOer'give Jt trNStM. gw.. .YncY..gesResd'st.lt-petstw.tck: .ap.st' ', -
; etuVhed. home,yesterday,._ - oaljed the attention of-tbe Valley Gazette lilt buildings ia-whlcb-to/house-the White*. Cream Vermifuge. Theo v ,ra''L' ;

,4.. *'')l.- 'W_B. Johnton and children to' the fact that there- no provision High School when it opens,The building cure that never'fallsa nd .1 ..n..:bad, 's 01iRaVbIl1ESSAILiCIfED., ". ; ',: w. ,
rived';home Wednesday night fromPOD a'oresent for separating, the next door tothe Valley Gazette effects. Sold by RobenoD'.Pb.I'1D&CJjf .
t .4 had been sexes in tbe-eounty laD without' keeping office; Fleming's, two vacant ,storerooms f' ,' '
Sprlags.-wher they them looked In 'the oell. .Mr.McPhatter BMrctar isi Tew," .
k up ;'; Mrs.. Dearden' building near
adiDg the paet two naontha. aay* this state of\i affair* tb Inn; the;Alliance Hall and the hi* Dame* "bad cough." He doesn't "' -. ,.. _.!.. ;y.7>" '
,/'Get' your school'suppliesfront b.'l1mmee. could be .remedied by.putting in two Old Christian "Church' building near care for gold or sllysr.: but he..will -4--- .
q' Drug. ,Company, They partition aero** the:c rrldon'one Mrs.'Grab....'.)In North- Klailmmee.No ueal your health awa,."Jt'be appear """ ptutsi.liisf rllstirnu -'.
y a full ,line, and If they haven'tfoil twelve feet and the other' seven which decision! ha!*, as yet been reached In your house arrest him,a' once with HEALTH. ANDlVITALITr. .. '' '
want,;will order for ypalfldgeawnIds would' divide up the pace oonvealently .- a. to the distribution of be 'dlfferenegrades 1 Ballard'* Horehound Syrup/it: may MOTT*. NERYINS'PILLS ... "'.*...u.fndl.a4I* ,Pllo'OtBtaMat...... lw.' ...sbsaWI. ., f ...nfl'l-:
cream freezer, and make two deoartmenU',.The a&teotion as "it wa thought best' to wait mean consumption if w ii lon'\:'A cure -,... ......I,...ass..... ...-.web" y.w...I .. t.-al .7- 'IM ..err.M_. r .'.-l,, .,": _
nocks Canopies, sod ,all sumn of the County. Commissioner and confer with Principal E.adlt who,. for all coughs, cold. and chest trouble .... w__ ,.od- ......... asd ,.Ualt" _t,rlt.IweaYpr.MtaPItsa >\.;. .'4
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>;;-jrabda' 'at 'bargain < prices.", for-,1& reepeotfully called,', to. 'the. ..,above. .. ..,--.taJted "It .la expected, will be here when lobe I *.'. Price 25c. boa and tl.OO pr boa .p...tbe..ey.t.w.re.. y o.-a. Plarw.ey.so a "v' lI.n.a) efilerdv.t.rarm. $o34..ly-by : ', ,
.. brf'T&jr' t.. v ;8.-C.'". "G 'HDw...* -" 'CO.,' ,' condltIont-. ... '! .:.,. ,;" *: 1 board meets nest' >-Tuesday.. Ole Sold- by Roberson's Pharmacy:.I Man n's.m"r text.beer.J.rIe_ Ia'', > r :. =='.P"V"aa4&1. ; .'Y6t; '':"" :''''I. t'.

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RS SfRI : LED 1-I'- ;, -i '_ I PREDICTS RECORD --' LOSS '$$2,OOu,1JoRailroads OtE ,--

Ti t \i In announced that Mr. Bryan wl1lnot Two Millio. Dollar. Whrtli. ol 6..

,t_ -'.. 'Into t.be'BOutb during tin Property in Buine; .* Section.New . .. James Kelr Hardle.;, socialist mem ,'
t 1r.1 time J Secretary of Agriculture Wilson Orleans whichbrQklj' Heaviest Loners-Crop ber of the house of common, h.. arrived ; -
:State< Interference.Given, at the 1 eam ;lln. :: !! 1rOt' "] I.I:! La. Fire, .at MonKeal. Canada,. -The obJect -.
: out In, the. centerof: the com:
to 't be .doubtful< >. Optimistic to Outlook. : ? Badly Damaged. .
tour is to try
Reason by Laborer; merciaJ district here, swept over por I Of'Mr. Bardie's
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t "It puts a premium' On reoklesi ; tions' .of three blocks,, destroying a : 1 nad amalgamate the American an4

NEWS 'RECJiiiilWITB 'JOY banking reckless tJaukln and isan-." ThUs" IndJcemeut sld' Mr. Taft\:to I FARMERS PROSPEROUS large manufacturing number .of plants, wholesale&n4.houses small, .AUGUSTATOJAGING 1 Canadian into one trades political unionists organizationlike and socialists

In response to.a direct question, sfau 4'. -' 'I stores. Originating at BlenvUle end SE the' British labor party.
what in Opinion 4s t. 'vital! pbjecllon .
-' \ Chartre streets .the flames worked Official tests' of gas meters In NewYork
All Striken Will B* Re-Employ Except to the .proposed phDantydeposLtl ip-Buaf'' Estimate' 13,000,000 Bale Cotton Crop I their'".way nonUt as far as ContlStreet.and Mum BOMB*** Street'Eight) Feet Under city show that defective meters *

Theise Who. HaVe Committed: .! .i1h,ngtJnalbtnks\ %'-, 'f" Which Sold at &..l':;r Cent*,,,W1U. west .toward Royal,,,.brlngi Watir-SxyUv.e.Were---- ;; give the gas' companies the'ben-
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Efin!: fr .tbP: {&.,' Prohlbltlonlsicanuiukte ,Briag.ia 00,000,000. 'I IDS about a property toss of over two : Probably jLo.t.J *flt of th4ubthat1s'Where'therd'
; Acts olla, I..a.. ... f9f. prt: iont "Jfl ''i f Z t.??bet ._.___ L.:: ;gill": ;" dollars' before-the;' were ,.filialCircumstance -., I t one that' .I Is t"o slow-there ar. twoayare' '
;;_ 4- MliMapoys, AW.t. W. IM fi| I' -. .. __... - ., JIo"J. I'::' ed, ..' I""p ., .: ? :I" -r-- th to fast. -" '
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Birmingham: Ala.-Ait official order elected president ot the Unltel I Sat!! Washington, u.; .o. Zust before lea -1 i 1. *' combined 'to 'Augusta. Ga.-The' bloat serious D/.tes''Rnler..a native ofCroydon

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.c.fl1ngotbesrllceoLco1: znlneri' and inaugurated'' on the 4th dfty of Washington for his ,farm\, In Iowa,j gi'Q'e-I tnt \restheadwgywhichprovedbard Jl!ood ,hi.twenty years '-swept' over AutfuVtaJiioii will .soon gain t be dtatne,
In the Birmingham district wii. Issued next-Marcb. ; will- callspeciaieo-Secretary'WOlon! ; of"the department to overcome At the _tlme" the othercUle e6fgla "ana" tldo of beingthe -flrst1'fulyquaUIe<
..Ion'of United ,
the congress of the I .1i.O
'to all the camp* In this section. physician
1f.wa -signed 't>y- Pre.ldent Lewis, States the next day and ask tbe memJJersloJegJsUiejbeliquor of sericulture would exceed said that this year'scrops alarm firemen was werertnfUie turned injeewOrleane midst of their the Carol a., the report- Engl.b work Vvnbin the .Artlo clrclq)

rVteft-Presldent- -Wblte4ertsrTreasurer ,-. : !: raffle' out--, sd- afty'lIve.'PF04uC"1uformer.eara.1'bI..tatt.1J. annual- -plcnlc-lat-; -uburba.n.-.park.-. 'd death of. twenty-two persons, a A few..day* ago Dr. R'me .
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Ryan,.national officers of of existence. said, he Was to make no' from and tbe engines and- patrols responded of-approximately over ;- lbrv"- I,-journey--
willing -
; I properti
strength :
the United Mine Workers of Amerl&. The prediction! of Increased, and of one )
with dollars blocking famc .l&bt '
handful of It akfr
lieu
lay, alone, but from' factswhich : a mere men IUon t ouj
The order ends strike began July 6; In the national 1 prohibition movement along _,
he had was fully !hour before the wire 81ua
gathered from 'every section an depart. cutting all communication .by
the remarkable rivers. Good
and which' has- been'marked by-much thin-year Va based on- .- ol Ills Is Fort
violence.The news was received gains that local prohibition has made ofb.United' StalesT ment was- In-a position to make any _-O "with RrearTeJolclng"lH--Birmlngham. Ina large!: number of -states. At -tnefcegipnlng That the setretaryisnot guessing I thing IIko.ucce..ful_ :..tIeb1.aa-afnat.-' Following.the break of -he bli'a- mat miles within the 'Artie circle, He doe.T
about the yl Jd- this Is borne out the- tire, and eventhen the handicap
'- The official order, after reviewing tbe of the year'there were six year the head :of the Augusta canal, not propose to return to cUlllation 'r. 1
the fact that the against was-added to inadequate )
history the strflte. sajrs! > prohibition' states In th'd?' union- by corn crop, ac by an practically every street in that city for at least three ear Dr. Rymer's *!
'reached. when the Norttr Dakota Kan- cording/ present estlmae, will yield2.700.0QO.OOO supply of water olThe'itlorci and Eskimos -
4", ':The' climax waa Maine, Georgia, "was covered with water and many ptftlents wllltb
The .
bushels which It sold I flThui ohi 61 the most
governor of Alabama said that the ass, Oklahoma and Alabama. spec were abandoned.The Declaring that -he had a
at 72 cent a.bushel, the Septemberprice lacular that has occurred In'New Orleans recele
miners shall not be permitted to live i. A monument lu the Bethel cemetery I -will river at Augusta reached a message from' in a
In helven
; bring $1,700,000.The during recent
The
tn tented and that public meetings has this year. section the would be visitedby
_. camps Mo.
; near 'Montgomery height of thirty-eight feet and water tbe city of
wheat with 'of
crop, a yield devastated was made largely of .
shall not be held In (tho mlnlnifcrunmunltles ) feet the
memorable appeal for Mr. Dryan asan was twp and one-half .a lorilble disaster and city's
of the state during "this .. epllah for tbe late 1). H. Norris: about"busheiAill 675,000,000 bushels !at 93 cents, old buildings, some over a half-cen deep In Broad buildings would -tumble to the ground .
sM'l'kemut per amount to $627,000000. ,- tury In use. They proved like .trt
so
the
strike In olhen word, 'and added unless n repented Rev. Milton Sparks '
I end.. ''regardlcHS of the -COM* to I "Kind friend. I've left behind. much tinder to the flames', and<, fanned The canal at
of situation. has announced to his congregation
Cut vote for W. J. Bryan ". The cotton crop, ..which'promises to by a wind the to the .seriousness the
high fire fII
.rght..t.he have your made rapid '
tbeminers .or _
any. least The. losses to the railroads on account Chester, Pa., that he will Immediate .
1)e at bales
,3,000,000 .
In.tbe_ premises. Sacred to tJe memory of It. II. Nor-. sold for 9 ", ; will If progress.Two of damage to tracks and destruction ly go to that city and .av'tbe f"
*The United Mine Workers' of rl., died April 9. 1900. Age 60 years. In 1-2 cents per- pound, brine- warehouses, filled with Wines of trestles and bridges :'are wicked who make their home in- the
America I I. a law-abiding( Institution. ". $800,000,000. and llquorswere among the buildings- 4,
metropolis
LorVI1 li.t Tafl'strip
enormous.
.It Is K defender of law and order. 111 Arrangements All the crops of the last year were destroyed by the fire. As they burned flooded
Jii Toledowhere will attend The electrical .engineering experls .
to ne Boston
. the maintenance of the estimated *y the government ofay the barrel of whiskey and (IbrandY'ex.plo41ed 1ater'completely
believes In
street and
: .of rora' tho fJ. A. H. reunion, have beencom estimated by. the department of agriculture with thunderous which Broad street, the principal have Issued a warning againstthe
and tranqulllty every
llI peace pleted. A special car will carry Mr. at caluatlon Of $7.412,000-. c'ould be heard for blocks roars and which the plant of the Augusts Herald was placing of nagstaffs on skyacrapjen :
raunlty."Since Taft,. correspondents and secretariesand put out of business. and other tall structures. ..They, '
the state authorities have DOO> on the:'term, and In view of the shook the wall of adjoining buildingsand .
speeches will be made from the On the Ocmulgee river are Hawklnsvllle declare that the danger from lightning .
Is large yield( thl .ea"ul1athe
decided to end the strike there good endangered the lives of firemen
: : Mine Workers I car platfornrr prices generally obtained, It Is Only and Abbeville and on the IH great and all. flagstaff -
nothing for the United engaged In fighting the names; ol tJt
Oconee river Is Dublin. All three must be the high build
visit 10 his rem|
IIS".1 to On occasion to his I reasonable that this
to do but -to bow In submission expect; year It was notuntil several hours had
the mandates. Recognizing the futility birthplace at Salem, IlL, W. J, Oryan I the farm era i will produce net wealth elapsed that the flre was gotten under there places were flooded. ings. If not there will- be a e-Iaatro .4
-: of continuing the strike undeV I II' was greeted by an Immense crowd. worth at least $8,000,000,000, If not control, and even that It continued to While the waters were rushing like phe Jn the near future which wi be

those circumstance we have decided 1 Mr. Bryan Inspected the Hryan-Ben- more. This&/Dount has never yet burn well Into the night. a great stream through the. .streets of appalling. They also insist all J\\,

.. ;r to declare 4t off September let, and I nett library given by himself and PhilC. been realized from the sale of farm Augusta, fire broke out in the Nixon high smokestacks and chimneys being .
; take this means of notifyingyou that S. Bennett, to the city of Salem. product GENERAL A. P. STEWART DEAD. cotton and grocery warehouses, and I equipped with "spiders a new ,

; the strike Is I to 4.e brought to an end The library Is built on the spot on The, farmers of the United States, for a time threatened surrounding form of lightning conductor. "'
which was located the house In whichMr. a Mrs. Mee Stone, wife of a wealthy
-1: and you are advised to secure em-. as whaler are In. a better financial We
' Lieutenant General In the Confederate property. '
wasborn.. I businessroan of __
ployment. Bryan .I (condition jrSan they have ever been absolutely young Wytbevle _
', 7! ""No one can regret more keenly William Randolph Hearst on being 1 before, according .to statistics secured State Army. The fire department was the Tenn., who has been ml .ten ;.
1- than ourselves thisending of \'the asked to resign from the Iroquois cluba I by the.census' bureau and given to Ullpxl. 'MIII.--oeneral Alexander P. helpless, and citizens gazed at days and who. It Is feared, has been

strike in Alabama. democratic organization of San : Secretary {I1VII.on. and. since fewer Stewart, One of the last two surviving laze doing its work, and hoped for the victim of foul playhas become '.'

!The United Mine Workers aa an Francisco, sent In bin resignation together I mortgages/fixlst, they will be enabled lieutenants general of the confederatestates the ..best. The buildings were destroyed violently insane. Not a trace has .

? organisation, will do .now as It always with a letleY In which he stst- to do Bll Y better next year by being army, died at his home ,but fortunately the horrors of a beetTvfieaTd frpm the young man. ..* I

haa. done for Its striking member*,. ed that he was no longer a democratand : able to pay cash for all supplies and here. Although In his eightyseventhyear conflagration were spared the With one of his own rnors W. C. .
c-' assist those la need and he!l"lwie' asked the club members' : "Are other commodities required In their and suffering from the infirmities generA Inhabitants, and the Ore Conlee a St. Louis bar be.commit. "

p who cannot secure employment to go I you 1902 democrat or 1906 demo- : work of-Old .age General Stewart's was confined the warehouse. Is led suicide by culling his tlroat :

elsewhere." crat.?, or 1900 democrats or 1904 democrats. I Prom the far western states, here death- was sudden, and came as 'a distinct said the blaze t was started by the I water Conlee had been despondent for '

The end of the strike means that or are you 1908 democrats? the large bay and corn crops are shock and surprise to his rela- reaching some lime in one of the time, owing to the falling off of his "-. :

--,, practically all the miner In Bldmlng- Are you Cleveland democrats? Are 1', made. .'Where thousandsT'Of bushels tives, comrades and friends. Death warehouses, causing an explosion.As business, which he ascribed to the I
.,v ham district will be on a non-union you Parker democrats or are you Dry of the-yellow grain are soon to was due to heart disease. the water -many buildIngs use of safety razors by former customers. /
'- basis. No conferenc.es: between officials an democrats? I be b'ouBecalld later turned into money General Stewart was a native of recede having \ .'
F. collapsed,
*._ of the union and official' of the A statement has been 'Issued. >y< reports come-tbat the farmers are Tennessee and lived the greater part been undermined by. the water The return of Cardinal Gibbons J

,_% operators' association were held In Treasurer Haskell of .the; democratic preparing to take advantage of the ef his life in that state, but of sate Among the most important buildings from abroad will be a social epoch j '
-& \ 'Birmingham. It Is known campaign commit lee .'acknowledging I present good times by enlarging their years had been making hit home In destroyed in this manner are the Na- with Ihe Catholic circle of Dalllmore "' ,_

that operators will take back howevef'l $19,468 turned In 40 the campaignfund 1 holding, erecting new buildings and Blloxl where be found the salt 'air, ffonal Biscuit company's building, theCentral and the south. He- is expectedOcto'j* 4'

tJ men, except those who have by five dallynew.ina.pers and generallyfnesting: ? their earnings' to and pine woods of great benefit to his Grammar School the David- her 10. Governor Crothers ha*. announced :,1

tcd acts nf lawlessness. The Commoner Mr. Uryan's paper better advantage. health ton Grammar School (,iboth schools are that he Intended to Assemble )

Union labor' equal\\anf In tbe democratic Just as Mr. Wilson, was -leaving When the civil war broke out, .Stewart the" of the city ef Augusta). Ills staff and hold a public reception.
: COTTON .CROP SLOW 'TOJPEN.Oamsg national campaign and the Washington_ Jiaaiied a number of was one of the earliest volunteersIn the Nelson-Morris propetry warehouse 'and the The mayor of the city will allso car'j&

plans that have been formulated by 1-workers In. the agricultural department the confe4erate army. lie offered Triangular block. ry out a suitable recetpion. for the -'--- ';
Caused by Flood-Boll Weevils officers of the American Federation 'of'' Into/ his private office and to his services to Isham G. Harris, !bengov..rnor prelate.
As the loss of life, twenty-two
k Active In Louisiana. Labor to swing the labor vote to William them.-and *' group of'new.paper men I of Tennessee, who made bodies to have been recovered and Veteran 't'
Commercial- said from him a major in the artillery. primers of the United i
Memphis. Tenn.-The subject mailers that all Indications there ,
J. Bryan were
found hour or so. ", 'f J
corpses are every States be benefited the .
: cotton would .bot excellent' harvests this General Stewart participated In 'I by old-age
Appeals -weekly trop summary of a series of conferences In Washington The of the river steamer ,
follower that would! be plentiful fall'l many of the battles during the war, captain pension be pad! by the Intern&
? I* a* : D. C.. between. National Chair money Swan that he saw on the un- ,
Reports of the two Carolina show man Norman E. Mack and Samuel, that every one, especially. being especially active; in the Tennessee reports least tonal T'pJraJ.hkal 1110n. pen .
trip at twenty-five "rp.e. of for '
that with the close of the week many Gompers president of the American should be thankful for the bountiful campaign and. in the battles Al IJon. printer more "
of them are negroes except one than 60 old who ha-ve been
; )
of tbe lowlands were still under wa Mor-. yield. around Atlanta. 'ear
Federation of Secretary
Labor
__ a white man. There are of member of the union for '
has AftAr Iha ftnttl aim-onrfAf r\f. fha 'nn twenty .-
these lands reprt
ter. Tbe on 1 d- Pre.ldent -
crop of the Federation >
I risen :-G 'na'Ste ; r' l-'r-ed; many drownlngs among years or longer has become hand
been damaged but tt what ex-tsnt: has McConnell of the Machinists' FATALITIES IN COAL MINES. federacy. t The Augusta .. eletlve.
hands the lower
In valley. the first will be
money
not been d4termlned. The area CIiIY' union. quietly to his home For five years

A-----' ...red..I1).Ji er-JiMJ9t large 'In .Mr. apandingtbeweekOn- Conference_ .. Denljnfl With! .... Mine.. Conditions -_ he was engaged In business, when list al."ty Chrolcle' estimates, the death '. of As the a pension result of fund.a collision with
1 r.l.edon once-again' his profession called hlntr
the cotton
districts ;= .
many Mlddle"Bass island In Lake Erie flsh- In America. sailboat
He elected chancellor The Saann. rIr valleyfarmers a-lbe wan leaving -
_ the uplands ant tbe corn In the bot. was unanimously Lndon-
toms. Tbe rains were long-continued ing and resting before starling on a Pittsburgh Pa.-A conference .dealing -. of. the University of Mississippi. worked lke demons tbe steamer Etrurla Cunard Ine,.. '
:( opeech.maklngrlp In Maryland. 'WIth conditions hauling fcrops and Implementsand unable to leave on her trip
mining existingIn
and the grade- of the open cptton on He remained at-the head of.the university : Now't'i
lowered. but A large bale of. hay' reached Lincoln the United States, 'and the .great for twelve '. driving cattle to the uplands, out York. The sailboat was ,
the uplands -was years.A sunk"nd
small.- oth.r'l, Neb., from the Bryan-Ballsy number: of fatalities : resulting, from tribute-to his steadfast character of reach of the water which flooded of the crew Urowned. "
wise the was.
cv." amage club of Forney, Texas- addressed mine accidents, Is being held here. nat district. Railroad averted by the''calmness of the ' j
few-couirtlel northeastern Georgia I Is the sobriquet given him by hi. soldiers 'acbeule crew
the man who keep the democratic Victor Wstteyne, chief of the Belgian were deranged. Ten aboard the Immense liner| ,' a'After
-- were affected by floods,: The Georgia In battle when the ,cr,,- Fonow
:; I IC1'Op "It\ 'dellvered
mule-Lln'oln Neb. was .
p2t4; is opening rapidly and the outturn 1 tclthe; mule who seemed to appreciate department( mines. Is conferringwith Old Straight" would turn A rout to reported on the Chare.ton and. Westem a world-wide chase over three -
; 4snot sojheavy as was earlier Clarence Hall., of the United a victory, a retreat to a glorioussuc- 'Carolina on the continents Bela W alder, said t be '-

'anticipated.. _.. ] It. States geological survey, who is 'In cess. South.ra between here and Colum a nobleman from'.u.trla.Huna ,
The-crop In northern Alabama-and The officials of the Georgia State charge of the government experimental general Stewart's death leaves only accused of forgeries '

'; ,Tennessee Is excellent.There are fair have written- Mr.. Bryan offering station here, and! :J. W. Paul chiefof General Simon Bolivar Buckner as the amden, 8. C. The Walree- -f 60000. wns arrested In Chicago" .'" ; ..,

no complaints and only some unusual to contribute $50 a week to the demo the department of mines of West only surviving lieutenant general of. bridge at this place was washed and thrown Imp .the county jail. .
weather development can prevent a acrallc campaign .fund for the privilege Virginia. ' 'the confederate statesarmy. away with the probable loss of nine- i_
i k _
Inthe southern half of of exhibiting the- famous democratic A thorough Investigation! of the recent 't' teen lives. Washing
large yield '
.Alabama* and.Mississippi moderate der trick mule a't the stale fair In mine 'disaster Pennsylvania"IIC, T.ntJ,$ OFflOLLETIL The river, greatly swollen by the Mrs. Elizabeth Sousa, the mother: '

8 .tertoratlon has taken.pjace, ,due principally ; Georgia. West Virginia and Alabama will be tremendOus rains' of the past forty- of John Phl.lp-eousa, tie bandmaster ".

to shedding.< Reports, however, It'ls said that In the event of Sam- made. Captain. Desborrotigb-of. England Special .Investigation by Bureau. of eight hours, caused the bridge to give died at her home in W..blnatoD 8hV
net of tbe American and Herr Meiscner of Germany, was the wMow' of ,_ h ",
:indicate'that this complaint. I., .less Gompers. president Entomology. way when a number of rafts and >
Federation of Labor, mating: both expert mining engineers, will was "connected with the States '
general'than one week ago. Dallas, Texas!-The United States. other craft jammed into the iron Unite 2P
-r .isLkBolljLweeTlls are .active 'almoit speeches. during the. campaign favoring join 'Mr. VVatteyne thejnvestiga-- bureau of entomology, 'has Just jcom- trueture. The destroyedbridge cent marine band 'or 'years. 1. ; '
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'tbroqholpt-.the. itLte .tate.orixwlsfana and Mr.. Bryant-Secretary-Btraussr-of: tlon for- -whichco&rossas, appro hpletfeed 'a "special Investigation to .de 118.000. I Records of -tb. treasury departmentshow ..
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are the. cause of much damage and the department. of commerce and labor printed $150,000.DECUKES termine the exact present ,status of Columbia, 5,'C.-Reports tbnt th* port of New York durIng ..fP.-

., .apPI'ehen.lon.r; Elsewhere,they.are not. would answer* the argnmentsfor I the boll weevil. In this work'ento: tanburg and Anderson trm.Spar. : the fiscal year of - .., aT "
a ,ifactor.:, -':-'. tr '-*-* 1. the republicans.If WAS ON GAMBLERS.Governor !'mologists have visited thirty-four rep: of unprecedented rains In the Pled- I larger balance of trade in Its favor -. ..._ '
elected I. shall call the -Sixty- . % ... than ever before. For the entire T--?*!*"' '
-' Tes HUEDEgEH_ COHirmD ITOIBL first 'congress together In extraordinary of New Jersey To Use..Ml- .twenty-four were InTexas, In great to property United'States th* limcg-I.l tm,<57.-, -- ; "">"-

.-* fr.an' -' Result- session to revise the tariff at the litla-Against Atlantic City Barroom seven in Louisiana, two, In' Oklahoma. forcing power plants to close down, 103, whIch exceeds by $2.000,000 the .! :'* .

_ BeAsms' ; .;'as of Killing very s>arliet moment I have authorityto 'Seagirt," N. Flagrant, open and and one'in Arkansas. tbu.cutting off the source of largest year before, which 'W190o' ''$

: jyife' and Bon.'Clay dot "0. I considersuch action to defiant violation of the law at .Atlantic ..The. result ot the examination Indicates a number cotton mills, p..er 1901. :

CU-llLlnaane'; ; ,,'-.b. '".\l1t be my obligation. under 'the' ..tarUfI ". CUT; the largest ',I>le..ure.re: , the -'damage .*,. the weevil to light .plants and other enterprises David E, .Thompson, American a (

of having slain his .wife.and wounded I plank: of, that .republican platform. sort: In the United State having been be considerably. less this year than' In Spartanburg county was) under .wa bassador to Mexico, 'wasrun < o'J '
l his.son Julias Turner/a-farmer, committed -.I I The foregoing is William H. 'faStsststethellt charged in presentments made to,Gov 19.,.,r Another"Important Indication ter for. forty-eight honra. It -Is .u by a bicyclist. )In 'the City of''Mexico', ;
; suicide In the county Jail here. I made! In expressing tUviews ernor. Fort, tbat""Qlnclal usa Issued a Is, that'.the damage (II.-t.be boll:worm, mate that $150.000 11 not and suffered" -fracture of' one arm" '. ,

L .He"bangad..lllm.elfj wlUj-the; sheets. i ',regarding' "the; >!vision l _of the_ proclamation: In..whichbe threatened, {hough extensive,' will .not offset 'the to bridges the county covr, and contusions of the r.ce. An'.X-ray: '

'cT' rom his>cot. Vf f tariff. to restore order and i enforce respectfor reduced 1 damage .by:?the boll weeviL 'a dozen 'or' more having been washed examination was mad..to ascertain'It' "I.t

;' The shootingof Mrs -Turner and I. Mr. uryan will make a determined the law by'means.-of state troops.If .: At:'each of the places J"'f.ftearefal away?_ - he had suffered injuries.-,,
_ her'son occurred June 29. The mur- effort to place New York state In the necessary. For'' some time "It has examnatlonswere: given a'Dum.b.rof The great dam across Lawson's His ,Condition was not considered-to'

__ der .rth..reelllt ofInsane jealousy democratic column. He will speak b ea->'Ollaree4' that there has been no. '.fields wblcb were selected rep. Fork &t Whitney Mill, threemiles be ser% us. '' '

s; -Uae.fr' th.llual..d. Tbe NO in-44ew-.Tork-dI.7:81ra4\I. _andRO- observance uot the. Sunday.:, laws nog. resent'thegeneral"condition of the locality north of Spartanburg; was swept awayby President Roosevelt received .aca.
'_ ? was mistaken-'for 'rival and'fee'and chester between September 16 and of the antl-gambllng.law in AtlantloClty ; -nealmoet' all eases.,. fields the flood. A.train. -on the'Cb.rle. blera. from the governorgenera.4 "1
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-L his mother were shot wbll. they were 20,.. and early In October will again ,- .nd that It was impossible to were. visited that had.b.en .xamlned ton' and We.ter. Carolina railwayran Of Australia thanking the Amerlca r? ."
landing In tile:dark. 'Juat- '' out.ld.. the speak In New York city: ,and in Buf obtain enforcement of the statutes In earl,- I..tho season and- aloo'durlngpr'"Joul'rean into a'. washout and the engine government for sending t..batUihp 'A' -

..nlas, '.church./, .! . ,1' falo t these respects.. - >> __ .ditched. fleet to .their coutnry,\ 'f. '.. .
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't .. _ 4 ._' .. _-... . bin Into the ,Westyls-ginIa republican' .American Arrested In Paris.ItParUi. I STAMDAgp! Bbonic.Pllgc I i .103 1 j.de'|j en.) 01 inas 1" .IQqOJ"1 } ( ,
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tangle. He has refused politely the invitation France-Tb. here Bo.ton t police I .o
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; .. few : 'Comml .. 'to Consider1 Prop ., Introduction into.'thfs: '. ,
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!I.' 'to(scare .'pre.ldent. 'visit .a ; rested-.n.. American thief,> known un. i :. 'looq1ne SU1l0X13[ HJJON m? J.. ; "' v"i-v ;vISdsoq
id. D64I .tr i-ii:. : "Virginia .to.... Itt"th* mountain dJh e ,nam.: of Benedict Lup..kaj 'osltlon of-SImplIfi.dF'di'ni. 'A of bubonic plague, two hundred steer: !. .olunw "O Slu zflt 'un.Jeo3' .i)
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reaortThirtY' mllfts from Hot Springs. .. :. ii- age passengers Star | enpisra puv,qi|
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p .,nary,story wee told at the courtmar- of.Sad Francisco, ;,the police say, Detroit, Mich. Action gtea: Romanic Were detainedfjoj- :140.
The refusal 'I. of sUch 'a manner*as 'ewoq 'D 'N, 'VUL'POL .it.
ii tlal of a' member 'of the military am- has ;tor % long Ume 'been victimizingParis tenant to. Insurance officials and Sreinautancemen Jner atthe quarantinesCastro -ad IJ .Iq '
imlanea- corps" Camille Marquee who to smooth the1, ',feelings of, both faction jewel en. It Is estimated that' 'all 'over tbe country," ea.ll.tlo !*- .eer Otowea. 01 \,noiesjmieduiv6qo L- j:

_; .-was charged with attempting to.-black- *. He''gives.'as: the reason that a his total recent robberies foot up tom was taken'by' the national-convention .tu:; 01 eanon ,Mpo.ti: -.elwonn" ?
'm.n' President ,HOosevelt. Accordingto visit "would* s>e misconstrued.<<: };- >* f..r 're than $50.0007 of ,insurance commissioners, when a'- -Fines-French Cable,. e1 01 uani-it. ..A.q&ssWiamasl1Ptnqeq. ; / '

-y-; the evidence before the courts Mar. ''jtfl* salita'NeW' York that Tarn- resolution wdoptcL'colling lor the" tmplDY.- ,- -9.no\- .uI'514a., .t

wtU .ot' .I1Pport "Martin -W. -Rational-StongfoIJffodL-: !; i appointment of'special,: committee Caraous, ,Venezuela.- cii uOn.41. V 1. ,. .nq..IP ...,' .'
: ,. demanding behalf of "my Littleton for governor of that ,taiv --f which will make .exhaustive, consideration court of .ftrst" Instance has bande JOJJ Supepni eq .oi .p8Je400aIV' sear.
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society." wthout other specifications, : This come u-.a-.urprl..W'"tb.. dem. 'Yait Lake, Utah.-Resolutions .p:- of the question of the desirability down .-* oeclsftm ..lr 'u01Iolq. Jo- 'uilitnooqi ,,_
t $2.000 "on'fcccount'Cf,seVvlces renderd oct-its-of New York - proving: the pIaII'-tor national stdrage' of a simplified form of sttn* French Cable company guilty of eomplicity .UI 2ods P81.1081, 1. 'ia81 ''w' uriJno: ; '72.si4

';4; ";*d during-the ,presidential electl n" I In American politics none of' the of;tbe western wool crop were adoptedunanimouly 1 dard tire Insurance policy.The 'com-' In the Matos revolution against pl.q at 'oe '.IJ.:.'U ;0L. "

;j)" .anct'-'proJD.I' further "Immense miner-partle..has. enjoyed_so long a .by' Jh.National Wool mlttee will Invite conferences with all President Castro and condemning It _ _qnnq; .is "J pr'uo ;

ulPr;, .. life as theprohibition -party. For Ore-wars' association -The- president Interested-{>ersons andreport -at the to pay, dam.Ce to- theamount 10U nela ".Ino ,2iuiv21': tl tIIU0 J. ''
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next annual meeting of the Insurance nearly $5,000,000. addition thetOJnpODymU5iS7a JO ,
.Joq1n.
:The;f.resfdentbanded4helettersto jnoro1ba4U7earskPrOhibItiOnI.tional : wcs--autborizedto\aeleCLa city .where,' further 11 etn .in soulakdu }' 11
.' / '."ihe.FtencfcjcqnsUl; general who com- _ticket;ba. been tn. tb. field a "central store m*rket. will toe established coflmlSsiOUeWbCh'Ies- amount eapnooa3flflo4fldsFaene -n
rgunlcate'wRh police. at'l \. held ,Colorado SP.rlnP': ; totoe1 ...eile'iater by experts., -Jo OUPdi tfIn
': thr Drench .".rr pre.ld.ntlal-electioD. .&Dd'to: orlD. -eorporaUon, . p- euo-.1ue"Q .oJ nOnIPeJI' I.. ,
w I( PfleingBallkerCa '" - : 00J 8ePIAOJd ). ; \

MAtUE CBABGED J4 VITH RSOLiP didatefof"-.Thomas Watson pres1denwat'.the populist force t: ';: : aht In BrazilCleVeland TREATY. OF FRIENDSIII. .. : 7 Beer Emptied Into ,Sewer. pul "1.)8 leuua. e11& noeia-ss4tlvaJ eqj 'ISJnod' ":, ,'
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I It --..-.,::: :, In.'Athens- Gar/'for" -can'l : Oklahoma City. .Okla.Eight hun aOIP.J1X p&AOj '1pOrto'' nlcan Official Arrested for hours stop on account of the floods In \ :.Ohio:--A>-cablegram 'to Coiombls. _-; 'and Jspan' ..Also" Arrange? dr barrels of beer valued, 'It 'SOoo : cep jequnqo esenSnjJOj snj,' .'' !<'

Wt :. :1 Causing Ora: ,.'>Fre, district./'He tried .to hirea County Sheriff McOordsy< from RioJaneiro' Trade Agreement. belonging to'' a local, brewery -company :pn&' lA ,

.... San Jua.: P.:Rv -Heracllo Mendt._. train to take him to Aujusta4wbere J : Braxll. saYs .that 11'0' Cleveland' Bogota- Colombia.-The present session ,- w.re.epUe4. into a Sewer in lon 0'1 '1. paq,1jqwie.t.panai t": ,

S. 'mayor' f 'Cayey.iSras', arrested.charged -he was .to speaks,.tout waaunsuocess-1;. ; : officers have' arrived'Ubere) bavIngtln 'of .the/national: Assembly\ bbscothee .bl. cityin presence of State Dispensary 111" ,',Io.uop novpejpnnnj .uo ., jo ,

_ _ :*'i; wltb'a'hooIt' !la 'alleged. :J.hat a ,tu'v"V'' ** :: custody Anton F. Bonelll, the an 'Odsnthere) -: bu' beeD' i Agent Robert, E, Losler and nonlluC eqt .oJ. sp I .JUflfA1f Lt"I.,! ::",-
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--,>n recent flm atCayeyH.UTwbich. many 1 Practically: :'complete returns Italian, bapker who "charged; with issued' $atement relating thaf'Cblombia >> Iterna' Revenue bolector Charles a811 oeeq nQ 10n08lP iquj:6et.: :-.A..4: ;

krv: ,-buildings'were destroyed was .caused the democratic primaryheld In Jja-j bavibg.;'mlsapproprlated'> $80.000 belonging has adopted 'a 'treatyof Two thousand people attended u2--eq 11'1.; .4Uq : ,"

.. *tJt; ,yMepdosLIIIS arrest follow d the Caroline'.bo....;,that Governed )L.. .to -depositors, .of his' ..bank.Qonplll' friendship and commerce with'.Japan;: the opening some 'with bucketsind"pitchers. .a01soiITiInvottO u..pat'.p.. : : '

_ ....*..-. UrIDc.0L.&: .nltjrbyiWm to'recover f AnselJtias defeated CeU L. J31.a.. ,disappeared about'' '.'thr4mprithsrago. anotber-.wlth Switzerland'* commercial hopln .for* chance of 01'1. ; :,...21O{,

-:;' #,...,ooO-_rom lnsurancecompanies: ; for governor.by.a.plurality:of::18IT.--"I"; ; ">- .* -EvefltuaHyrbe.-was-jtrao.. : .and-industr.laLtreaty-WIth. Great aalvEga.ThiebopeWasdIaappointedThe .CIlao. '81'0 9qLq. : -
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IABb'' 1.". "TI",,,,") the more reason for.Daphne's MINGCllf __ 'Do"no't uffar"sev ,
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ESV TV COKING: ; .look sake,out and for J'ot1r..oWD.'that. wol'k'Of 'some you kind should without .-J / NOT '.WISER \\00 ";wnh' .r.;, wf -

'delay-. iNa.55. t4...., . . . . ,.. ....,.., ;: f Headachesj : ;;;
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"Work JL fellow brought up as
have beenr* be answered, giving "a n.1.: B: I Bremen.. Oblof) Oc i h n t.

-glance of',.. ldened jauntiness at his caslonallr'webekr' It said that ",everygenetsuon t' N

:: : I'ROMANGE nerveless, pale hands. "And what Is growing weaker aLl

: .' i REALITY .. branch of'hard labor do you suppose LAim 'wl.et.w followed by' '.I.. statement

r ; best fitted, for -a placksmltbe; .or, thru it ;a a notationfrom the Bible. '
"f'D- ( V carpenter Njojr, is. It really In the Bible qr la f JHB

I r So ....._ ..c:' 4. S ---........... -' ......_. __, "I tUlnk"you are fitted. for no work: any book,and, Is the statement verified :: : : Cc I RMI s sss0
) Trhaleverw ,exclaimed: TbeodoraJ'Van:-" by: factAnswers ?- iV
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: ..... ''BY Miss: ANNIE: JDWARDS:; -. slttHrt.jivlth-euiphaMs.: "$o many posts' The I H m ?* Wssssr W m *. BB
? In this. world ,however are'Ailed, by/ a quotation from the Bible, but we
,; cnAriER. on-the.24 tli since your marriage: and men whose only 'nnailflcatlon Is Incapacity fall to find It there, nor can we trace

+i 1 Continued. s'It your preparations- Virginia'are- o0 ,' that,-yon .need scarcely; 'allow7"youFconsclence Its authorship to any,classical writer. V Will CureYou.tr

has i relliarked''lhit''h'omiln- "more'advanced-they-were ibt'n;" to".>e"troubled on"lfiat' .However-thfe-may- be-. -tbe statementIs -V .

natni )best Ju'dlelI'of.as the,, bouse- .We desire to ask explicitly, en' behalf point! There are clerkships to be bad faU'e In both of us propositions; V .The liver la the maln-eprinij fox the whole body. 'To expect

"i,wires judge of linen or,. long,clothlnfmfttlsnmples1 of Daphne/nnd 'c-f ovir.elrest what your. 1 should imagine' small positions under .expressing aa It'does a hypothesis of good health one moat! keep the liver in good order" ''ldo so,.
70J 'I" -. -'.....* ,;-4-g. tOne % Intention ,about tl1C.tl\. til are!:'<' '.: Government..nd the-11kSurety: .1 how' tblngijDtight: .to-)9: rather-than a. regulator la needed. Herblna will oi"ltr liver In the condition

I . might add.; still la housewife .,We1lJf, .c Greater: bad" ,flown' Into.n :through the. :" friends.: bow things actually are; tore far from it should be and you will not aufler from headache- .r

.. lauguifge, tbs human nature like hearty reasonless''pisslon.Jt bad been" through the Warniekshlre Stamen; growing aker and wiser,every: cent :, POSITIVE '
CURE
most mixed fabrics,, requires to be.:aA better: for him ao tar ai the immediate fdrexample4 . "'. eratton In reality Is growing physlbal-- A: *. . "
t lefense-ofbla nosltlon'wentnstead .Iy. stronger{and;. lLj( oQeis ,,11&.r;: .v
'blt'unrnreled'Uefore'wi: .: III"'larhtl1-, : urs ihe:"Warwlctshire Stamersr: > .FOR-CONSTIPATION.: CHILLS AND i
7 fi Judge of It nt all. . : V of, this. ,. he began thllklyrslou'ly; doggedly -.: As be uttered this."never-tebe-tor- any rate not much,wiser.That the r y
F si No 'unraveler like Jwrnefte: tbe to argue; A fool who argues can. ft gotten malediction' Mr.1" 'Chester present Separation should b"" '.troner ,' FEVER,'BILiOUSNESS, MALARIA.

4 meeting a man at lreakfa5t'and dinner scarce fall to' preset''youwith' asp brought his hand down upon tbe man: than any of Its, predecessor follows AND-ALL. LIVER COMPLAINTS.. j :
\ and at breakfast next morning analysis-of the-very, height'breadth. tel shelf with a violence that sent tb. a priori from the tact, tbat', In the ;
In every vicissitude(,. of tepiper with Ills and depth of his own folly Through' 'mortar rolling lit an avalanche down "struggle- existence" the weak are '
i mutton ovcrronst and undcrroustr In Barry Chester's"hair! Inconsecutive the chimney and caused ihe heads 'oCAwo being gradually eliminated! only Has:Done A .World X>f,Good. _,

' his domestic affections. In his slippers! fullst; what were the facts prominently. -little wire-strung!: mandates" the the stoniest and fittest suurlve. :Indeed K.... O. D. Philley, Marble Falls Texaa. writes "I have

' r "Old bends, my dear Honle. cO not shown Not certainly that all human corner ornaments,...to wag well-night contemporary anthropologists, 'used Uerblne and find It the best liver corrective I have ever:,
grow on shoulders of sUandtweirty.That ,effort, especially that of gentlemen em.. Mslocatlon.. after obtaining careful measurements tried. It; done my family' aa ."..11.. myself a,world of Rood;. '
I a young fellow of Mr. Cheater's igrants'' In the Southern States of America \"an.lttart..n.wf'red'uot 'a of men of all ages, from the remains' and I recommend It to aol my rlenda....tl. neroT, .auffelMrom.. .
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' ', age should lure pleasure 'Is: but nat. mast,* of hidden necessity prove' '"rrorJ. She rose took a bed room candle 'of primitive men down to the races !gt .bea4aohee, ajimore." .
1 ":i .ural. A man of the world audfa ilillli fruitless: that a man's destiny Is born from the tide table lighted It wills 'our 'own dar, have arrived at the 'PC-WILL.. BUY.rr.'' y

I A tIlT'. man' too'rmtet not be crl tiptoed. with him;, may Just as .well be met -stately, deliberate precision then 'offered conclusion that there has' been no 4
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"by the standard of Klrf-do-la-Reln* with told] f ae. wltu" uplifted hands,;. her arm to her elder sister and, tendency whatever to diminish' In Ballard.. ShoW.Liniment' Co. (
ethics." All these exrnlpctory sentiments and that a. 'happy accident 'a turn of sorraivfully!!! followed by' .Omt IIole.. size This theory'Is also upheld by the -

hnd Miss The dol'l" been wont )nrk, was. as likely to befall one here.In..tb. ,loft Mr. Cheaterlone., Alone with the science of medicine pointing out that boo; =: 5oz .N:Second 'St.:; ST.TLOUIS.....MO;'
to urge In the dnr.II.'IU'u': Aunt) Ilu..:.- e Channel Ia lun
+ i. first expressed her doubts ns to :the rather likelier. This was.. 'what he (walling like no ninny ghosts of his be.touod In all ages are merely a"morbid -' , . .
I character( of Daphne's lorer. ". Jku sought to prove The "things he laid llfe'i. wasted hours) the certainty\ that deviation from the normal' size, : v y -

autumn and winter s"ent under the bare. in all their deformity'were-tbq, his pltlful.eame was up.-roof, dinner; and that their gtant Mature Is ra'ther 7 Sold ,;and Recommended byFor '.'

same roof suspicions. .Httle by. lltlH Weak" devitalised brain, the faulty ns- l pocket-money,, all tQttelted-tor: corn-, a sign of their taferotstrengt&! !' lu lh* Sale at RO BE RSON'S'DRUGSTORE' :, '"

' V dawning to certainties regarding the soclatlons, tbe perplexed& dcspoudcuoy. .1.IUllvu.l&lll. struggle ,for: existencIn' evidenceof : .. . ) P... ..
nature of his friendship with county been of lelt-lud lgen e.".Icobol' and TIle succeeding Sunday was murk the view that ;men of today are 'I '. ." ,

families had sufficed to turn the milk nicotine of Mr. Barry Chester. nnd chill 'a day not sooii"to be erased much smaller than their primitive KISSIMMEEEOtTTE

jr>f Miss Theodorar's kindness J:9: gal1.'! By tbe time be finished even Aunt from the )'nlen w_ Barry Chester was a spendthrift. Hosie's cheeks were dyed with a flush ory., During tile forenoon Mr. Ches' that in most countries the regulation
man devoid of principle an impostor of honest! shame nh.e:.. Theodora. pt tar kept to his own room, as was bin height for admission the) army has '
I Barry Chester, unless-pretty strlugant: more severely' upright upon tbe Edge of >,it'ii R measures were taken by tbe opposition her chair than ever. Old Isabella Van off In grim silence, only broken by; by no mean. demonstrate tbe decrease )

' would Infallibly' .entaugln everybody slttart (primed beforehAnd with a,few (generalities; Interesting neither to gods of man's stature, as It is merely .... .;'-

who hs/d./ the misfortune to, be et tbe-Tnpperlao a..ntlmeDtA-40mmonl,1 nor men. from .the.lips o(.JLLssTheodorn. -_ ..confounding the mean sUe with p STEAMER LILLIa STEAMER HOSEADA. V; 'a
+ connected with him Id his own ruin.: used as I stalking horses in.family contentions . Afterward, heedless'ottlre sleet some exceptional Individual cases Captain Clay Johnson, 8r. Captain Clay ,Johnson.,:J',

: Accordingly, one Saturday night ) uttered the "axiom "Conduct nd wind still beating up from tbe sea.Barryrheater Thus, Professor Carller, In his "Mem*, Regular weekly trips..to. Bal! f 1pr sad. 'return Roseads'leaves: 'KTuti.4see

When, by reason of next morning's associations Is Fate;; opening her eyes as she spoke went forth Into tbe 'garden olres de la Societe Anthropologlque Tuesday morning and arrives "".elmm.. Friday evening.;;";.".. i dep.cial
tUe prodigal might be ex- with the blank wldpnellS'ot.ul.suppreased for hour and '
stony an or more paced
up
de Paris declares that 1388 '
since Charter Trips to Lake Okec>ot>ee and Fort'kfyera OII.t.. Ulli v .
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".7 pected to return from his haunts at an sleep full upon Carry Ches- down the distant orchard terrace.smoking the mean statures have been con Comfortable accommodation for passaagsra,. .RsUesureasenable.Tbe . -
earlier hour than usual 'it was ters. face. or half smoking through clgitr .
stantly Increasing and the small statures most picturesque Waterway In Florida
+,L planned that the three !Miss Vnnslt- "Yei. Conduct! That Is tile word." and cigar his head down bent" hs[ diminishing. And this observation '
For and
Passenger Tr.tghtRat..apply
t ? tarts should sit up In solemn Inquisitorial said MIss. Theodora, preparing to bit steps Irregular his arms' folded acrosshas to p-t
'eomea-prob.bl nearer to truth
't state for bii'receptlou. closer and harder than before. "Par- breast; bnpbae sick'at heart with than the CLAY JOHNS oil. 8R; Proprietor, q qOa
statements to the ;:
contrary "
e h Not a word haTe I, here or elsewhere sue fortune' If you will our lamented she knew not what new fear watch- An examination of the skeletons attributes .. boar4 :LIW., Klsslmaaee,,Fla:
+ to for Mr Chester not a need to to his children, lint herself \" 0
: urge ; papa say ; ing hljn. unseen from the to the most ancient ;
i plea>> to advance In extenuation: of his remember that there Is something house representatives '
of mankind shows that they .0.- '..,' '
guilt. Yet I confess when I think of fortunate than fortune more '
Tt more To this hour there Is one window she belonged to Individuals of mean It Mental w
that terrible Council of Three, of the successful than success. 'Conduct. "
can never stand at-no, not when summer not small sfature. lJor'did In antiquity
first moment in which his fate pre To what strange uses are dead men's is at Its bra"elt-wltbout the cold '
people older than to-
! ? seated Itself to his eyes. I feel that this 1 aphorisms put! Spendthrift genial and darkness of that last Sunday. day, from which crow their superior HealingExperiment"ter. (

young man owned a common humanity ,,pen-handed George Van.IUoTtquoted without (the miserable restless figure strength might be Inferred. On the
f? .
:with myself. I pity him. as a promulgator of copybooV moral- of Barry Cttester coming back before
contrary, owing to the la
I -It was a rifde Match midnight; the t.1! "As for accident no one-but an progress '
her sight! medical aclence and the Improved Initiated and Carried on with the Help of :
; easterly blast blowing up sheer front Imbecile," continued Theodora hotly, He reiuHln<>d ,- the Cherbourg Straits, and bearing ""would ever speculate upon the accidents toward nightfall made tbe abrupt anuodhcement stantly increasing In life con LeadingNeurologists h
V icy-destruction to the early bloom In of life. A happy; turn .of luck! that he should start for length. Thus, a -

orchards and fruit gardens around If any turn of lack befall you, !Mr. London,next morning. It was Ms particular table prepared la the Census Office .
? Quern* Bay.' A. Mr. Barry Chester. Chester.It will be for the worse Yr.umay request that no one In the of 1880 the United States for the period of Sy tha Qak, t Samuel McComb.-.'
to
(with bead bent low. made Lila way'a rely obi that." house would get up or go through the 1900 shows'the Increasing
; along tbe narrow garden path toward He muttered some of the old futilities form of seeing him bff. lIe had spokento average age of the' population from .tt '1 -- #
!"s the house, his eyes never very keen about horse breeding."If Joe could Jean Marie? the lad would borrow decade to"decade. In 1880 ,the average ? j
4 age was 24.6 years. In 1890It N Interesting and. it t.1 believed fruitful experiment bar been
V at this hoar of the twenty-four, were rent a few acres of -moorland. here on n spring cart and drive'him quietly to "
k too blind to note that,shafts of unwonted Quernee Common even-the little :Norman the 1If.e.met soon af ten do.lIgbt. -... wars. 2 5.? years, and In 1900 2t.t going on Jn connection ''WItla.Jmll1l1Duel'. !: church Boston.-
years. This certainly does not point The church I I. Protestant Episcopal, but the work It laeeklng
( : light pierced, through the bOr.- 1d7 market In :Endland Xapb.ne's' he .
tot hiui.
w{, hinged shutter' chinks of the-'parlor -", -, begged-using accompanying some of our more'forc4b.o ,, to inferior strength. "of. the succeeding D to do'U human and universal, knowing no'distinction -
(Iwlndows.Hls blissful ignorance.bow- But Miss Theodora put ,him. down'. English isbjargntion.-thtfth'be generations.One of creed or social' station. This effort may be described 4

ever was of short""duration.: ;While, .briskly. ".' might be spared the proposal of ..' would think that owing to the as an attempt to weld into frlendl.alUanee the most pro, ,
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very accumulation .. .1.. neurological' knowledge of the schools and a -'
With unsteady augers, hit'wai still "Horse breeding! In an Island that such folly. V Fiet-de-la-Reine was. great' of the.Jcnowledgeand ; primitive ,
,.alnI7.t'1IdeaTorlug to fit the latchkey you wight cover with a Union> Jack'A! doubtless," still open ..to her. ,,thquab experience? of. past aces, every New Testament Christianity as scholarship h... disclosed .,.
S into the lock Chester bad generation would grow wiser. But '. it. with a view..to thejrellef bamanjirafferinc.anatbe ;,,
(yes..Barry' man might a* i well *1k'of taakdng-a not to bin/, >t her avail herself of Its ._
such is not the case': .For' little trllaform.tlon'of'.human character. ?""
: established a lalcbkey''at as a* .
'fiI'a 'fortune oyster'beds on- SalisburyJMain. shelter while she could-:; 'He was going "
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.d'iefdeJa' -.neolne). .tiro. .::door" started the Individual' learns m another's' 1n the flrst'place;:the effort t.aclenUlio. 'It-was'Initiated with the; ap
.. Have you.,ever._lnyout Ute V to London-oh,. to )lookout: _for: ..em"plolmeut. "
i experience, as little do whole provaloftome ot the leading'-neurologists New-England and.ha been '
open and an apparition stood before made money by horses? Have yojj- then It he-was t4..1M rthQ generations *
him-an apparition whose Import, stupefied I ask It' honestly Mr. Chester-have subject of ,uCh".tr'ct eraseiaminastioni profit by the experience of their carried on not "Ithollt'tbelr advice and co-operation.;' Hence it differ from

'SL thopgh Ida senses might be, be iou gained either in reputation ,or Any,way, her presonce would be predecessors. That mankind does not the various_ mental-healing;cults by br.freeI1.SkDOw1ed&I that'.It the mind njir
?r'a grasped on-;the moment! Miss Theodora pocket by" ,your connection '-with the. anatbemlzed) Incumbrance to him,; grow wiser Is proved by the history of exercises a' profound influence over .the body, the body ne lean really affect *M
dressed In her second best silk, turf-four' V'steeplechases, J ;.trotting- an (anathemlzed) expense which be the rise and' fall of nations. The the. mind* ,This commonplace is Ignored..by::'the-qusM- h.o.ophtChi, system VV
;V;' ; ber head bet-ribboned and *-rnplrIng. matches and paper hunts-since you had neither mean Inclination to same errors, superstitions- vices and at present in vogue and men'and women are' treated,a* It they,were,

.. 0 ft candle-supported by.one-of the married Daphnef' Incur., Promise to write Of, course;. crimes that caused,th.. ruin of past .bodied spirits;- instead of being a* they.really: are.. very.,much at 'the mercy ....;

.". ,, freeldom-used, parlor candlegtleku-tat. It was a. poisoned dirtyThe. Mis* faithfully, sacredly!L Thus; with tbe generations bave also been and still of physiological processes., We distinguish,'then with science between,:or- 'f'o#
';to -, \tur-our-p* -" Vanslttarta. bad a wide acquaintance)" flippant callousness a: vulgar nature are the 'causes of the decay, and:destruction pn and:-ru cUonal"'disorders,. and.-we. believe that the legitimate'sphere 'e:

... Barry Chester Itagaered'.lnto 'the (Aunt Uosle among tbe working.,Miss ";..be answered' 'tbe filrfs! trembling 'of their successors.. Since for moral and psychical method* Is that of the"-" .nctloual,*iwt'th&Tt"te>''". '
i*?*"*; '" ,!rouse, greatcoat: ed hi*.scarf,. took Theodora among the ornamental or arm around his,neck bef Up* .tonchttig evolution affirms that things have not though even In the latter they are a valuable, Uunctlnasmnch! & toy tend"'

";"""_, --'o1rhll, hen turned"suddenly , useless.claw) jn the 1$11U1dA= from, 'W" /hftlfi; P.rnm1'.anthlolf.80.. always'been,as.they.ire,:we" too. .to, strengthen-Ith..ieslst1T0powersotthe! :'patient .against .the pathologicalcause "y:",
f ::::;.. :. round upon.Miss Add-bsrred by every; aide t stories' bad, reached them long as"?,be .might,be.spared,.hysterics ously jump to' '.the conclusion that It : *:.at work.;",W do.not agree with'those TBJsloIia"l erspnf>rno wwjM tie-T_. ,n_
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- ttor'Uui-liftd locked the' .of.Mr 'Barry.Cheater sportingJranf and i scenesi.Let! ,D.phoe.'I'n return.. teaches ,that thing*, -physically, man- down t..divine. Operation In healing diseases to'oa. method, nor do'we think .
i front door .and stood. coldly confront.* actions." Stones' 'after-dinner bat.Vrepudiated plwlg-! herself rtj>#'.41". t-a.bonthni| tally:'and morally are constantly) that It.betoken any. laok"of faith to'snnpose that Cod can heal by'pare air... _'"
;ling him. *"" when he was sober:of'amplctons -' when he"was' gone.(':1 f a"daspeoplor prevlBgy Eat:nothing: the 'whole 'good water;'and even by medicines compounded by human skill. ,Why:should- -

/st "Ysuhale: not, taken: tq any of of toll play'between himself / others persisted 1 In asking questions, evolutionary : theory: ,Implies such a .w. tax 'our psychic energies.with task* whichbu1d be;,easily,discharged: ,by r 1

aphne'a-trlet.of sitting ,np for",toe.:. and tbe'.other /"'cen lemen" riders; of say that he was absent on business > .' It; means oalytdtIIerontia-, psychical laMramenWltlesjhi Centary.r ") : : .
X.hope, ma'am 7" fl Ignoble quarrels: of, yet more ignoble well,.on"bnsinesslllkelyto: detain hm' tion,:change-?but--pius, r' ."have. walted'np for v you once,.ilr.Chester. reconciliations.. Ugly "stories, "all of long-and that she bad no- means of plus, o'est: la tneme chose.* One gsn- "'
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a ." replied Theodora In t staccato , them! ., 'I 1'' forwarding either letters or"lpe.anges. . ,eratlon :passes away and, another t'
t.b /:arctic.tone. "I, have atted.'lIP; ."I Just don't mean to stand thli-sort j to bis idddress, \ : ,': *1 .; takes Its placer conditions alter.*bnt. Greatest Jtfafady; i
:., ,.for you one*! 'On one Sunday. morntng "; 'OfcrossquestIoang"be'; :exclaimed; .; <*< .All.through .tbenigh.t'Mre.ICbe.t: l' only new errors supplant the old l1e.; i; Qur .

,;: -witmrfcurposat Yotr.maT.b.-qulte' .-with a ..lalnJr-.temper,..,."My';-money 1* lay a wake,:,weeping scalding.tears- for' : superstitions spring u>; when the .. .. It "' ;. -
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.mure'I .shall not lose.,jny rest on' your.\, .my' own,'to do a** Lthnosewithand. this sorriest: scoundrel Upon whom ''a former* ones:have.;been 'destroyed t-...\. .'\ '. I Is Lack of ---r. >*?? ,

1).' ,, account a second time." a, regards my debt of honor-r' .. woman's Mover was';, ever, wasted; .:'At human foolishness ',remainsever' th.. . '.0',
:?".;.;;, 'S?''And e upon that she tamed''back'Into ::-"_'"Honorrlnttrrupted TheodoratOh,,;i 'daybreak; cams.Jean":Marie's signal of same:.,1'qr. sure, the quantity'amt . ., "

."'; t the parlor....wlth'aU the::aajestythat,; r think sir taxless) .we-ssy on,'that : reveille: from';'the-f courtyard; below, variety of human knowledge b.Tlln-<, : ljjf1 lct ifZ-4J rDg :

:'Jot. ,;conscious-virtue'lends." :Chester";halt "..subject the'better! When yon married : Thenchoking; back h.errsobs.; by force creasedImmensely during the' last J 'i
w? 'deflanUhalf co..fd.tr knew the .Daphne,* such\ 'money as she possessed I ."lest she',should.anger :'poor.,Barry." two' thousand,years/ .and. every'ape; -'" .-"- .

_kind! of.scene.that most await him!- was given into your hands":, ''This was I rapbne.bad' to Jlerve'her.elftor; the "clalty.-In'.science, ,.art literature.and "-I?V , By f Weodrow'Wilson. '. ... ,
.ts '\\tollowed..., ._i,,?"*. :,.vt') true, Daphne's; 'tprtul1e.tamounun"j! -zr oment. of final separation; and la"the technics makls-to-daya'kh.wtng: ot' 'Pr.gidalitLoJPrtnceUnlni'ry e .,
't'; .Hewalked np to the hearth mg held 'poor bll"",-to. dim. morning:? ict7husbaridstooped.;: more encyclopaedical ;works than. all : ; ,._ .. !

his chilled\ hands-out for a moment before -, hundred .pounds,.bad been made over. and.; kissing 'bert ,-on; tbe V forebeadiwIshedLer..end ; the knowledge possessed by the ,ancients r.MMr'A. {;!M'f1M. v . A'
; EiS : : snch:scanty',remain of rate ash unreservedly-,to Chester;nonTthe j ; good-by-their,mitt required,: but 'a.t .r\areatU smoldered in tbe ire te.?:tben condition that"It should furnish forth 'Smartingunder ,an.'uneasy:sense of +ath least In ,.the !clor allllCt! :..esj.sj.a'l:.HEllta.of-tnir- 1r1t"qrabow.-MtOUc:1; : .of system..l must ,'
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:t l turned around and.looked from one to bis.wJeJt loAlaulntYeirtoldH' -ne money obllgaUons;doubtful 1 AS towb*f ,art literature-pbllostflbyaid'boorats :'-' - "'; ;: be' the -despair! the logician,; the d.ncbt'of \he crt tie and:;.' r.'

t; ;the other'of the three oldjIgteravMlsrKIsabellat.d :Then on your:'Ijpnor;\ ,*.that it was yonr\ claims might be put In against bird at -we, are 'todayhardly..superior IH*." ?. .. "of the cynloi, Ton mast devise your own system ot succes/1

). V .+ af.inexorable: in her easy-f :.Intention V to settle, la, Virginia. ; that the!(eleventh: hoar, :Mr,>'Chester 'devoutly them and la some respects even their !; '"*:. I c. ''. 'J> ,.The dlfflcnlt question of.the day are moral questions.:;
,: cbalr and.spectacleiTbao4QEaV'alert, your.e.pltaJ'.o; '- ?>,K.-r- :< hoped,that.;'In parting from.hUwJf 'Inferiors. This pro res,'that:.despite ", ,'. 'Jli.,< . . Who 1* lie that doeth 'righteousness our modern,UfeIJEvery

,'* ,,bprlgbt.,1irejarr, ,, :for action;s/Annt, ,; ":V 1"A'rtd suppose I haTe"foond''out"that <,,\he' had parted:; forever. ?from the our' .,atcumnlatedknowledge: ,-, ,:our T' - ; affair ail life take* on more and more. the aspect and, '
.1.. .: Hosle/her good'face A couple of shadespalerthaIn :fettling In .Virginia-4; that all settling.Is whole Vanslttart family. As.be, passed .b/aln faculties have neither Increas'edn&rJmprov ,pnCUceotwide'organfzUoaletch,: man+:finds.,himself' a -
.. : : usual," her .eyes. turned. a mistake he retorted,: "as .to. through rthe;bonserplaee;.however ed, Our progress aierely small part of.some greet whole whose .operation 1* decided'
,.way.fronvhinki.vv,- ' *.. my cepltaJ'r' ", '. broad Wed passage d.h-i4lntthe:front eoaiMsTa In tbe great accumulative ? fo- ,... .- ,- V by votes taken' about long table 'directors.rooms, whose >. ,

"I am La for Judgment,' I see rev Mr. Chester..raised, ,his eyebrows.; door from the stairs-Aunt Hale stood possrbllltles of encyclopaedical work., .moral*.are composite morals- _":_ ..?"'0 :t",1 ? Le: '!+'d,
'. .. rked."""L'etn5Vget,It over"ltbont .,olded kla.ratstndrSleeeingJfp; -a -beferq-biwF-reg'about-th. eyelids,'hrr -which' are doe to'the art'of pjlntleg! ,<,' Thla! ..ls- our:p.omUaa.ad'fundamental moral '''problem--ahen'aad'flow''.,, j ._

,, ,..:,,; delay. ..Daphne-rWbere the Is the low-utterededijng,:;gays',.atup.rpTfused ,whole:,demeanor' giving"unmistakable and the development ott.cbnlca. :'put'LLLPlU"fOUik. "to"separate the }ndlrMaal-frorn the masa. ,: oUJ.llL nq tkat Abu._cannot pool t.1"1.. ..
': aplu1.r"I&I'lucaaTqt17arOUnd.th6'f : : :;klndL of .whistled'H.'' had; In tokens of.a night spent otherwise than acquisition- --(nmorUAtlon ''your consciencesyou had better, then, not try to pool your moral,':Wrong ;.
,'.,s n' ',room for4 hia wife)?' 'tBeiter have a full troth:, 'reachedftb*,.' .. of-fecklessness % In sleep. J-. A..','_"'_" "s- 5 = - lttht crystallized knowledge Is conceived Jn Jhe Individual heart'not In hoard: an4 committees; and those e

a court. had we. ... (before the trtalbe-, - at which a man. will fain "let the ,,.;"Keally, :Miss Vanslttart.. this Is quit.unnecessary. .- laid:'down ,In those .works.' far ..who-..wbo-.partlclpate.taI"LtJi.m..h.: the same, talqulty.with wlllc- "-su-r- ;
c 81u'" '---W:, * 'tow" po.'yt' the Docket.-"- Even;the .". he was beginning.. .from improving, our:mental faculties thor and criglnatqi;ol the ,wrong. Is bl k.De4.abal ,IInd ourreform..

\ ,4' "Daphne'went to her bed three hours pitiful motive'power.or,,selfish;'enjoys Tq be Continued,,' only, serve, tor tender, them sterile; Ier ,- ,not. hi law but hi conaelenc.'i. \ .
': ;'jngor1 cried 'Anot,"Hosle- looking 'up'quickly .ent In life-was. spent and he cared i.r.: 1 1 i ''n .' lncapabl: .,*of original t nought.;'Thitebllcl' Look about you with candid eye and you Shall(' fnd that the; maady.'ot'

j -t :'"Daphne: know. nothing about not how soon or ;bow; absolutely his The funniest thing I bier saw wasV brain of to-day.Is the.? same asIt t.he'agey.lack'; of.1 Indivi4UM''courage: lack.of ,tdlvfdusl.lntegrfty'ofy! "-t '. "

}!' Onrur-:-- ,.. V . : .beggared,;condition.yf.aoul, and.body a.teller..ltlI.oo. tooth,trying' ,to eat was';two thousand: .eal'1laco: ,-;,and .'D4actJOQl'' -.. .1''v : .- ,.t.. .'1'. '
,F "-words died on'ber'' 'became. DOWn> sweet, -corn, -olr.te;. cob. r.,4 .S than any other'pe.di"for It. earlehmeut: ;"; tor *!"
; ,The Ups.Itever, _. ,.A '. ,a.J.L., .rI'j ** aa regards true wisdom,.there Is hardly I' ;tiA d.mocratlo'couotr more ; ..(
"' -7Wer. .s less fitted,,for:;;enunciating : "Your capital, here no doubt'you .Oar r Inventors-husbands I 1 at t any contemporary to compare with ta'Cr wtla..,ror that.variation which |Ia Site/men b1-thbsoore. the hatred." .:,. '
.wish" greatest"
1t_?'JndlfIal sentences than ,Aunt; IIosU's, to imply/its'; -moonshine, said home'wan' the write-to,' the,>wife at the great sages, philosophers and lawgiver -*. the ttfousand?: who have;Indomitable, Intellectual moral Initiative Ittneeds '''.!

...:jnVit-IIIss '"Theodora."tooknp. ths'cue. poor Miss Theodorachoking'sensag. -: the:,u''h' ore., '''. V V" ."" :''', : ,; . *:.of...old-, -New::York.:Tribune.;. more than that;'_it nefeda'men.by the. hundred thousand, wbQ.wUI hot aabmUv; >> t.
:Jr; fronaPt11; .;. _, ..... ':... .. tlon'rHlng la be'tbro \a.'the full . >!, j, . 'to be' put In the'wrong,:who-win not sell their .cllloce."boWW not tw""*'7, ?
,wl;;1:.... ..r-.j. bout.-0111'A teellJllf.I lt. a'' datyid+, .''measure, of their, misfortune' began' :o The ;difference,between:a''statesman A'Mnew ;ica7i.uotogtyiroieiza,1:: : t' ;with"the crowd"out'of'eravew t..r''and.la !despite op. their! oontlctlonaw; J A di'where .1i.: ;>

1I ,(:he t..F,to'expostulate with.yaa ls'to' *reak upon tae ."''lnt'be se.'and as ItJaJmposslble aad .demagogue:. V Ir tints*; atates .'e 1mte, -the..articUs being waghedt : Ahallwt got suds men J If not from the colleges it not from. 8III&OD.... yOUiw;t, I

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OF ELECTION* Notice of- 'Elections WAGON WORKS

.J -f aeooVdane with thaw. nade'an4 .DANN'S
f \. : la la ouch sew '
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; : CELERY SEED provided.. It W .boreby annmaoad and declared .
I / ...at- 1a&aN oIJJ.lDderthe! \ ; : -.j. w .f
that.. Beethm will b held.. Narecnana.gpeclal .
at u.
ot 1055. of tte"", BtaU. at Florida did 'i
l!l' R..>.lutton prvpoalnc ........ Tax School District No.S. Qeeaola countyFla ..

T'. i : J. ...r.L T1YIT;' TBRS. : : CowUtutlva"' of the' 'State. .J Florida, ,on Saturday. lath day of ....-..... A. D. HIpHGRApE' VEHICLES, _. .... MAt>E'TO. ORDER '
todetermla who shall .. _
IMS. 'Tna of
earn
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l war sand la by a woU. f thrw ,
... the aforesaid Special Tax School DMriot No. I -' AT REASOUABLE PRICES.,
: Florida( Agricultural Eipennrrint: : Station. fertljlilng these beds, ) *mwxb.n Nomad aaeh .beeo. i for two rises next afar.w Election! and. to fix V. .
oa aid Jolob. IUaolut4ot, was nj -
\I DurieUa No.,0&c-Auv, 22,11WO. I unleachtd hardwood j I iwipaotlv. Joornala, with, faaa the number of mllla of district aohool. tax t"t.f: -
of nitrate of _
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a \ Tnuf ToSow-Celery; feeds should) pounds with j and tharKid dviarmln and dl- levied for each of gsMas yean.M. . *** ** "
have been used
D. L Braae and r. W Hu !
PlnebaU M. L In-
be prepared during Awe.nd Settemberto ,) said Joint RvralaUan b*aubnilttad" ' '
r wood ashes supply the npeeacx.and"..K.Cnnla: clerk of aid election. .
produce crops that are V* bemarketed' .of-thcfltatc-at-th. 'Oman E..... BlacksmithinHorseshlieingiand Rgpairr.Work
-0 !i .. and also counteract - DoMbyordWof the Board of Public InatrucTbU : .
+ ( from January to April ..... 1WW. ; .
soil hat. might oflour.
"j0 'Seed should te'sown at InttrvaU of u ....., [.H.Cluy Ctmlor4;&KHIMTT' tIoa, o-&aCoanti<" Firsf-cliass Workmeti.
wood Kinds DotfA
.. i ashes are / Wth day of Aunut, 100s.-.. AU ; by '
about two week durlntr these two combination:>> of 110O' w i .'StaU-ot-tTorida' da lunbr flv ._
w.GBA88.
loonth By this! meaosTecropbdb' l of \: -
150 pounds ,
lime r
w.1. : t
vided Into portion which mature atl ELECTION SEARS. Chairman.8upiraand.nt. .
x uhate potash and JOO) ) " \ .
""$-"-different I"' tidies making1 more easll .
i I Irate.trf niia m.ihn st-rt eountr la Florida Teed ar
: .:handled under the preieotlabor:copjfltlotis. I'-1.l'b.'Hmewould eorrect;. f 1 Uia: flrat Mondajt. la-Norambar. '. -

Tbls method lesgensU s cbaooeof the soil The plot Is laid ,i .said Tuaaday balnc the ;' Notice ofAppfodtioii< forTai Deed 'I.J.J MANN i Proprietor.

e' ." failure' from diseases or advert fr.iro rour"tO.be feet DAY OF NOVEMBER Under..Sections 673 and 674, ,

; wll.) .tb. rush to paths between. The r. rojeqtlo"of tie Said Joint General Statutes, Laws '

Tltp| the-wbplsorOp.at" once, which-I TeW"1 nehes lowerthan .1I1ftWIIdm__. mOomti V.V. '-- ofFlonda7"i "- .y - c'

..quite a problem wben labor U scarce connected with a main ': SUM pf Florida sir. r
add 4l also diminishes the danger oJluodloK Notice ft burel'>r.1..0 thsl H. M. pr..u.and :
a 't the market; act as drains I in case of : -pr........ ,,;'an amaod.. Q. .t. RlBKlvury, .purch..hot'Tu! tertlfl; .

SEf.EGTINtlTHELAND.Ttlausuallybeat After applying the. / Nina (91>of ArtloU 1'1....P) of Otee. _1'1..3.' .i.all' and"!io, dated Uieliador \ City BarbeF'Sho ;
: 9houldJbeattowed to
{ < ; tloa-of FIorido..lt-u-to .
clearodiaod'tor.ec6; judicial. of July. A. D. V>(m.-Ji vo filed laid certlAuatra -
'" - tovsa'newly days before sowing the .
beds, because Hd (sods are apt to' be then raked level and lh In"ray office, and liav mad; aoplloalion ,** ,
Infested with rootkoot and' other dl.ei.e ,- runnings roller drag I .by *. tasMatura' the State. for tax deed to I..u. In aceordaiio/<<' with -i T--3

as welt as with and wood Small shallow .drills are law Said certificate embrace the following NEW AND UP-TO-DATE
.grass
Nina('I) of Artlcla. Flra(A) of the <}aacrlb d property, alf.iatvd In Oaooola couutrFlorida .
J; seeds. The need-bed should 'be a* ,seed by simply drawing ""
tha Said cf Florida ba and the .. .
,towlt .
+ near aa possible to the field where the rake handle or atho'r .
( .m........ ao.. to rand M followa. 8U oI.wli See. .. T.a.0. R.Ci K.,80 W ." .. \ .
v eeler'y U u i>e set. The dark. almoa beds t at distance .of six acre '
black, hne.1 mellow- loam.oi"bam. SOWING.-The bed Is i A* Sac. 18.T. 8J.8.R. >t)2) E; .610 MrMi; .

mock: )Und"S ie! excellent 'for celerv! he seed, which la to be (I fe 'Th tatar'-' Jsatlcn. i of Nit;e f.*"andne:,of$e.1 I, 'T. .'.. d.' ,R. It -Ii:!,

.> beds. 7u physical condition is better A number ten thimble ., Circuit JwUraa" and Judraa of BtMacr**( Hot and Cold Baths F .

1 f suited to plant-beds than that of the eight feet of drill Is a fair of. Record shall ba Staid by the. All toe. Is T. M 8. R. SI B: MO acre .

.oil All Sec. 24. T. W R. R. HI E. 1140 acre; ) .
mora sandy Inll. The seeds are--not '
BF.DN.-Tbe plot soil'butsimply sprinkled .... .amendment of-deeds Nina AU 8ae.II.T. M 8 R. 81 E:...ai0sare.: : Fine Havana Cigars .

V PREPARATION OF water in the drill where .* (8)( of the ConatitvUoa of rior.. All| $...86. T.34 8. R.HI E..110 acres. 1.
bedsis Ural clear-
be seed. ,
'ed to of 10 trees ad ,)shrubs oto and roug-h trash. bed Is then covered with ....... toad the aaroa ahull b.subr. This' aakd land beliur' ........ at the date of I.- -

'In breaklutf up the soil care should betaken burlap" which art of the aria tUft approral or summon of Buck raapectl oertlAcate' *"In th*name.of .
noel genital aloctlon of Bpr*>*n- H. i. Moody and Moody* IIklp......
the turning or the ieeds have jrermtnai.-
to
prevent tip Is. taken and .ai ranulrad by Sactioa On (I) Ualeu sold eeitlflcite halt be rtxltetnM according . .
sandy subsoil since thin sand would"not ap- away ..
make a rood surface for the. seedbeda. protected by some kind of _n'l') of old Conatttutton. to lawful; deed will issue thereon on .

and the disccutaway SHADE.-As the auo'8..r __ the ,r>tb.<1ii.'<.f Ontoberr*,'is r-f.'H.WltotM POOL A09M CONNECTION.II. '
The dive iuro-plow !: proposinga; ndm.nt > :; IN .: '
tense"at*this time of the -- my official signature and oel1 this. th*
harrov. good Implements .
are / \ .... -CoiutiuiUan
". of Uw of the "
for theVorfc ai they Wad ttspulreriaef comes'Deoe6>ry to use .....u... to aducatlon. to b. 4th day of September' A, U. 1a8.aIALI "" 'rf"
drainage bade. This maybe ( ] K. I.K8I.KV, '
mix the soil. Thorough
etion Slxtaan of said Artlcla.' ,
F : pro Clerk Circuit; Court
and irrigating facilities are absolutely arrow slats .levy of apacial tax for the aui>- l areol eountr Florida' IDj : )
necessarv at this season oT the )ear. duce' kajf shade. An' *of lid Unlvaralty of the By ARTHUR R:. DoNEoAN. D. CJ. ,, ,.

Should the beds be in the region where mar also be madevof ,, the Florida Fanala College: ., 9. t""" MA.Oft. C.T .M..O.. ...
the .nlel1f of Irrigation Tbls form of shade is :
underground
for the Blind. Deaf and Dumb,and
i I. used, the"tiles may beexyaoiled un- stretching a wire along School If VI omen 'Only KnewWhat '

der them and should be given .sum-. the bed and about .el ; .
MACH
by the La 'l latura of tb*, tnt* BROS.
Clent globe to be able to drain the beds above the surface. The '

Iri the event of heavy raltfaH.In localities le then drawn, across the
the overhead system l Is tent and attached to pe s.- &' amaad..l to Article a Heap of Happiness Would
whnrp ;.....ULutlon ot the State of Flori-
used Drovislon for watering may he along the edges of the bed. .aa Saotlon 16 of amid ArttcU. b* Brian to MlAairatneellomeM.lard |; Livery Feed and Sale Stable.

made by extending: the pipes or by the long{ the ed ;should be haraby agreed taxed...." be.ub-. ,
keep the cloth I ( to do housework with an aching ,
use of hose. Proper drainage may be nougb to .
....
.I." of the State at next '
tie fh. back.
secured in thin cane by constructing down a height of from IWOOD-:--DRAYINQ

trenched at suitable distances. For Ine.hes above the bed. I ...of. Rvpreaentatlvea. to bahld, In Hrloirs' you hours. of misery at leisure ; . r n"
ratification
or rejection.
or at work:
Everything is New and( FlnJtClus1'0 will
il tilal tax of vtie mill ou tbv. If woluen only] know the <:UOH! ,,-that
; .... |ropirty In ll>u tllaIC.hall! Backache from Render Prompt and Satisfactory Ser- ?'
pains Hick kidneys
come [
poles we can move t t CITY'CO ; .. the and -
NCIL IN ) for support liiafnU'U- ,
without very much . vJco O-'NJKht. All Kinds'
..,.. .) of the .*it.tu of Florida 'Twould save much needles.. woe.Doarj's Day ( w
take pleasure in so doing.i
'I{ >College| II,. lualilutc-I he \ Kidney Pills lies
REGULAR cure sick I Ilulllng.
METINGOnly. i I Is not our plan. at I klO- j sty ,
I Dun," nod the Coorod: Normal VV "t
place thf r>t&R from the neys.Klsslmmee
--.--- .- to 'the Stanford corner, as shall bra |loald lu V> th. date .people endorse this: : AT BEAMANfSJOLD:: J ND; PHONE: 113.
nut apart by him to the credit of Mrs. V. SBSKMKUsiinrnee Fla.
(
be Round' and g> d. To
J V Routine Business Transacted I poles therefore, to the curb ,!"of di\ catlon. to be. afx>iutod I I says: "For months kidney trouble _

Taken 1 I..t present, entail a good | l fur this liciicrlt of sell 'luatllu- clung to me and I was caused a vreat
Adjournment
and labor anj expense. PIe .-l ny thaact crvatlbKaud rnulu. I deal I
.UntH Night.1g it would be satUtacturV to ". luWMrrr'JIJTChjkpUir ASnl, of.the hardly get about the house on account .
= Thursday i in their ". Mi'itnttti Jtiue>. :\\K.'.. of the severe headaches which I en

.. .. present position dured. If J sat down For awhile. it required -; jaii
comes necessary to r prntoong an su.r.aI* THE GRRYSTOHE E GunnOE'UNO J PIRCHIKE
an effort for to I
poles. When this Is done me get up.
ThlrtyIlveofArllc'eElse' fir ;
TOWN {{ALL., sept: i, loo*. also hud trouble frUm the kidney
9 The; Council met In regular session t pleasure In moving them < ..f Florida, rclatlnir to the cite l I- Btijiie
due their
secretions to too
frequent
there being present W. J. Hears, II. line and can *do so with action. Seeing Doan'n, Kidney Pills ANTHONY A. LOLL Proprietor. :'
1' pense than w can now by the LcvUlalnrv of the ..
M, P/annre 1 Bandy .and J. It. .
i \ not need..d'e advertised, I made up mv mind totrytliem.
are : ( YM.
Gilbert clerk.. .
and procured a box from the x
Tbe president being absent \'''. J. I suggestion meet the "' ameudrai'&t 4o .,..U..n AGieiSITFairbanksMorse''rqA _' _
Kittalmmee
t Co.
Urug/ They "provei .
I the city atahorU.len.-and ",- 'I".r tli 4esI4t'tl.aa
"
"
Seam was unanimously elected :
president
have your early assurance I and. Shall be more benuflciul/ than any remedy I ever c'
pro tern. Th* minutes of the \ 1i"r hereby agreed t< used. The contents" of one box stopped Gas Engines '
t i last meeting were read and aoproved. ' l | backache strengthened
Reports of oflioers were examined and KIHSIMMKK: !: "" or iNfjo. .luu jitllie I next gen my my
ftJV Per Q. A kidneys and restored! me to good and Irrigating J Outfits!
.Approved. i"the reaft r,that Into 'ft)'. 4.1.1 Hect health. J am willing to give IJoan's .

+ following bills were approved The bond of J. A. t of said. Article ftballVi ninoudfd Kidney Pills the entire credit for the --- j) : "'

Viand ordered paid, to-wit: collector was examined and ....: change In my condition.-"

.. .. withW. C. Bags and J. :/ Court"other than herelu"upect-. L''orsale all dealers. Price I
'T M Murphy.as m&'Drt. : |160"M by fift. AUTOMOBILES (RENTED OR REPAIRED a
P C HodvM.PCHod JT I .. rants . . oil as l rete.1.0! the'sum of lu thin (State, .cupt cents. Foster-MIIburn Co. Buffalo
.' f ._..L ....:..... 61KJ.PORod. dollars.- .' our provide' for the e.....' -.; : ...
New York sole- .. 1
1V .... tending prronan......,..."... on There being'no further( ; hlen' of auoh additional( < agents. 'for the' United. . .. .' .
K: P Dann.ul u of E L,pUnt... ,n r,lids 00* States :-"--- 'ARTESIAXfELLS \
.1 R OlllMrt. ..t..ur.t l rk.. .. ...:.. ..,.,'-.?i, 800 Council adfourasd. to meet. aa may from time to time become member the name:- Doan's-and DRIVEN ANY UEI-TU .

J Z 80............& tnwnimWJS ." .;. ,. }..,,," lu 00 September 3,,at '11). ni. >I.. ; the appointment by the Go';. take no other y .. > i'i' ," ......:..--- ..... ..... ......_,..... ,
k .. .. lrt.rm.n .-....... , 1,al '
.Mil .
1. t'1 ".r.c. '.K'-iV: .- .,. W. J. .. by the Ssnaa.f addition
__ ._
? --I--
O I l ; .
f. sal u.Memaa.a,v ;; -.iifjfyW --. -? .
B M etann.: Ml u ald.rman.-/_;.::.. :0*>I,'"'I " ,V 1'reeleot... : then fr, whoa term. of office f -"K-' -Por'Reatr.-- .,' : "" '.' !:
.' W8 .klnaoar.atcounceroat..r;....v oatABBcl.cement ) JT; f OiuET:, Clerk. ..>hall be the ....... .. la Solicit Repair

.,;;D ftottIn I..eutting. ..ws.dr. ...,,,....,,"..".,._. II 90.,.; for the circuit"indices already : Fanning land' at Hammock: Groveby We all Kinds WorfeBargains :-
the acre; orolherwiseAl: ] well
MOM-, euttJ... --. 6 1MBC In for.and may cloth any Railroad .
.; ...........ttI..s. 2.SSI Rcadlnjr the patett judicial power In air matter I fenced Apply to Mr. Drought 39

fe;* 811saN.l.oe.sutt1ng,....... : .function.of their...... e ,r
W. O.
Henry Barn*,cutting weada.Warren Mr. Moore, of ,
v, ....... .. ... I
; Ft/,euttiiur Conn.; arrived.ln the city In eompllanc with said propoac d

V, Car M 8 Radial Grant.<' Mr..***'t.work" .. ... ,.... .5 too::16 and will make his biome: with the can,,_ declaration\ and R. O. MEEK at Cash Stote1

Jack __d 5-- -... ...._. .. ,8 SB er, Cbas. K. Moore at .hall .be subjected to the aam [
t '. :. . ro who the owner
Is of a .
::.ruu-!! : : 7 y} restrictions\ aa are provided! by Has for sale choice lands In every .
Dallia CkU 'Mt t .... 'tfi.r ... ..... 1.70 of grapefruit\ at that'place.. I the State of.Florida. portion! of Florida, adapted for farm ::. ._. .

,..Bowwa r > ...'. -". '.......k. .,,.. 1000 baa spent several winters "--. .. I ........ hereunto: my log the growing of fruits and -
.. . .. or vegetables .
I'J' MjfhBro. 4060M returning.north about White Lawn 40 In. ;)
tarn.. _,, : tb gnat aeal of the State of of vanetri also pbos wide 15c perivard.
p< HooirBisi every .
"_M_.L 'H Y wavy. lumber for tret work*-'<,,, IIW! his .brotheruna: bipi.eve" ,----, th* Capital_._ thla twenty-' 4>batertlmber. aodvancbIsod.ExceptlonallT .. unI .Lice.* c.to.l5c.per-vard.--: - --._--'-.-1- ,..-_ _.. ,VVVV. -
...rw II JI.akiaaGII Ca; ., .......,....... "",", n-"'-tii-, the. Valley Oacette JateI1 A. D.1908. -'/<: :.
.. Dress Pants $1.60 to $6.00
pair.Pair .
.F fl.8aatad Jabar Joa.a.u, per
nosier boles
stn.t wit .?..........'!'Io. .n .'........ .. 181, appearing thereln,, so H. CLAY CRAWFORD. I /ADO bargains. or. Stnpe Pants at $1.00. ,
;:;:: W ... .; .J... him that he decided\to come Secretary' But. ( your with n t
+ 8D.Bvnrhwo, 0 ttumdr .tHt'.i. (,t :'"' "8p : ... ... ... aogeptrovea..bat property
jJ ; w his borne among us.He: - -- Truncs and Suit Cases at lowest prices. ,
i.r.I him be can it; U sod collect
'J =r 1.. .11:1 ; sell! reel
$ Glll.rt,feeight for a aet4 many people ,la, Bridgeport OF ELECTION. '
.: GUS...1...01frEI ."M....... soda jour.rentsj1 Picture Frames from 2Sc to $3,50 each. 'f
Iarida EIaetrIa"t'a _Wriat ,..E L F..p.' 7oa papers sent him >and they Crockery at the : "
dye.,.,":..W : Ore oe......ter 1-: ......___ ,70r ilderable dlsousslpa, and Ooohi County of" the State of *"Agent' '' for best Fire 'and- Life Inauf- lowest'prices. y w I
'-' P a 1--. .....work..-,w 'P,arrow d0 OasetVa was more.ewer ally : 4f- \ : : Fancy-Straw Hats-atcost. \ ;
: I
,- ; J : ..' _, 8 .. Cnawd'E.or.- obit ltArmour'aFertiltaera. "
L'H. clay :
.
.[h.LrwLumhi'C4.1. .... ewELP: ., V It through the north he is ooo 'ri :"";:. ..e...-..., . .' .Best Shirts made for$1.0Oeach., __. .., :
. upS,>; t lbat O.rotneq ..... -.J.,.;,. .; ".. II' 1/ more would do as be baa suerad.llrid85: oV,hereby' )* -- Tinware at old l
.' any
,. .... ..... f..IIILP.-.l.1. : ; : to. make lbll'tbell' home '' ,',. .* .Kissira'tttee.t ,.1 ,Florhtli.'sprjgg prices A .

tii'f,;,?' 't'G"... --'Ii, t...I.:. L. p.. ........ .,. .a.1 81 describes our climate as.' ELECTION ,;: ;The only\ place you cart.gel t. th Beaver Brand Hat.
; '-
.v-" .
Codnty, State of radii I ....
I : ".., saying be could -
; k IIIoY7J1ad1ato.tlaawooit..t.: : :...1 tP!::.,., nt In Florid,..the weitber, .ueo.dag.t Ant' Monday ba I
.' ..., ....a.dar.tin.sM kralatloq work 5.. Ie 00seea.sdn. form bis northern home IMa., th aid Tueadajr telex the FlemingCLEAr4I& for' theShoes 'Toed "
.,. fin.wwrk..s. -I: to -' Headquarters & in.J!
,!;..;'.\,. t .......( ahsmber.y'ai.tasy." . n 114 ret suffering-,from '-the beat' DAY NOVEMBER_- : J "'." .. '. .. ...
.,,.. -n= ,wish a pond .... .. isr summer wad almost EIoocten.-:. .
past _, .
1 ] ....00........ .T i ?. '1>. : "- .....".
Hodsw.B 81 for lie
pound'j c
: .
of Florida la tits. Blxty-flnt
; Ahry.sal aoaTetMrr..oi-rtiA' .L 00 1fRorlcSa .
w G _- ,: ... PRESSING i
,

.'.: ({ r""'',.1T/Tbe l: up' with mayor the'bsTlDgf.Ktsslnninee..preTlouslr Telephone] ta.Idao h will .not help the man or Statue:*State this of' State Florida.of: Florida.. '-'\DYEING'REPAIRING-??*;.01.._ ,..., MaISb.Y' d Machines. ;Co

>. '1i? .Company tbe necessity ,ot removing; has a'craving appetite. for : ( al of th*State of Florid i ;
desire mast be removed. If. -.
'1' telepbon* poles from the>> street to the the State ot rblda.V .., ". :
a friend or relative whom . . .
ii"aut'1rnes'Oreseptd ape following ..
the State of Florida, -
.(.,.."}. 3'communloatioQs. which were topeptedend blr.-wrlte.Ike t to save immed from Utely-f the .of PnMCe Utrwtion_**' the-Le."= mf, houseand otCtbei 23.OCEAILST.lvr.;. :':;...... .f ., '.' :JAOKSONPILIE; ", FL.Ae'1: "

( ordered pjaced..jipon ths .. ) be called. sind < '
'- .ell Il. lor ,returned", ; t Port.ble'llod
j
List ,
Information ) -
." t '" D VUOnPV' ,'
d AsrumHar of the State, ofT 7-. "* i : fOKaUM*, w
"" ": HtIIItDQ"Klsl1mtDM;: \ fla.] Soot 1, 1908.; lutes Jacksonville: Fla.;; :. : '' ..> ', .# -: y ," ,..J : Saw, Mills Wood-worklnjr Maoaia,,_ .r' .

r, .To the Honorable President anij.Mem- ,.t'Y; Shingle .Ml1Ia,:.LaLb..JrfUl.,. aD4..f":
yd ... : ot tha'fapt.r'Caf.*f..th*.'Satisfaction Guaranteed
r,1'< ." .c,_:. ben'otth. Town_ Councll.'CRy.: ,'._;. T .. .. .._..........--.P..7::-- ; ...1. 1 ;.. ,. .; ..,' :'j'r\,,., ;?.( i -V _V-VV VV ;*:-Hin renersl' "Iln."bt7supoll.sT""' Comply! .';; t'
: -- .
..:;.;L. : :.QeoUemeB-nl desire to call-your at. must have good healthy" . r., the State W" Flex oarrlcU la stoclcf&fcTJflUnedfa.sblpnient .... .
(
Vr; tendon to tbe enclosed letter from Bon. rou.. good health ttJ' ., : : ............. ".Sold.oaeayterms.;; t;
ia 'your '
.C.-A. Carson president of the Klssim- M "* ?
.J: teas th-l th Senatorial DU- r j" y>
-* < doing ifs.dutyslow but -t ,' ft.
"V : co.euli
"JoeeTelepbooeCo- T low Is going on all the time '- " I LER' *e Will pay you to ; us b I jrV4 .

1.\.1.. .As tbe' poles' of ibtsoompsnyw.r.;; circumstances. .' Ballard's ;fth.Maw o&Fl:Repreaeat*.. bu.ID"POlt.1 will bring r our sml.s<;> .,'1.
placed In their present position by consent ", ,,,. 1 v'"' J i i -.. man '.Write for
makes : of Florida.' ,,, t Agency : ""': lllustraucd .tal trU q t: 1
Estate
. and direction'of'' the ,Town Uoun) tb a perfectly and bowels healthy -' Real ,: ', ;!?r _,-..." ,. !and pr1cel... ,. >-..-.. v; ...
stomach
,'; 4 ,aad hare' been allowed to remain w..o-Is-'u. Aj aU for.rl.brated raruhar Legless,BoOera and Saw. Kill i .._ s"oo11i suooeedln? Councils, -think-. U as a tonic for the entire ""& flrcult- ..... 1 ;
Court. n.. = M,9
;..,t would] bi a hardship-oo tbs Teleohone b"y noQ".Pbal'fllacIJ. ; ......-#. 'c.._ -- -. yRealtjcbou. ht.atndtsold.. ...... : I,
/:, .,Company cause themtomrrre all .
7 : rfTaxa.i Houses rented.: ;
..( tbeir poles to .the curb line ... this ,,6- ct' ....I .cI", .. y, \. Rb1N .
L) Hlme, and would suggest thai the ,The"a'gendy; ' for' tb.' r ddtnt of PubtU taatrMtioa. .. 'J'axespal4.JmtL..T.itte vet_ cG6a;

'" ;OS It ton embodied in Mr.-Carson's let. aundrylrnow," tbe-$ .. to: 'J Ified for non-residents. ... . . .

"' \ rter be accepted by tbe town; This will and If you wish to have the -'- Fire,Ufa and 'AccidentInsurance. -l . r.. .FLORIDA'S- '-OLDEST- ... '. .".. F.

;ev.ntaally plaoe' all the poles on the on you weekly, Just ring up C.mmi----a." ._ H COLLEGE. ... } _

.' .\: :curb lice, where they properly belong you wtULbt) put on our list, ..of. the Oouf >(Beard W Fab- Indemnity ''Collet a demy.n4 S bool.'. t/Mia.10,,;1C p"". 1011" FinetArtiDotn.i: !+.: y

.- 'end. should have beenorlgini11yplaced.Very 00 weekly The work: Is all .:. !- ', r-- I !.: Bonds, 4 too .trial Ana and Business. '. .1'7.; VV .a' .

tH ... .,reapectfuU'r.. .:'e ab efficient',,manner' ,'; and- .....ta and f or -lollowtnc. t-r.w.-_.... Yr'Rn- ,heat-,Oara.e Eat1 tad tblrd ma's dormfry sow salts upt .l.etyja 11......:steam aid head 1''r ..'

"f TMUBPHY" ,; Mayor.. ..prices,. ._ t *.Tfau J.J.Si.6.4,1... coU IlaU large;buabaD fItYI.perleot wI..Ir..u health aama ndIU..II e.. of h.ulnm. aU.t6Uo field, taDnu.t :.
))1-f'' s K ..1 Fla. August l0 1908. saUna doU.,. .. ..... eaamplona. .. Vlorlda nvaraf. a' ,I
D awl for th* foUowtna- Joins .do. tll, aspeiwas.! .001... .; IIOIu>tafthlpe evadable.Cbiaq.a .
....
i. Murphy Gtity Now'Is the'tlmsio; pla'Dc' LIVER'WO'RT'I '.J. :
QoalDatfOUail etaadator'
. .
,-.'"" Boo. T. M. Mayor .' *.*. .. (.e.t. .. ROQERS' :.1'1'' ,- m .
.Jft ,Dear Sir-rUferring- our.comer len, and Crenshaw Bros. I haT heroa.te-eet mr I TAR AMD< OAMOMALAOUAFor CHARACTERCU

.' .".".. .'salon coooenal .'the position of tele- Tampa. FJa.T Is the place ...*. th* Or mt' Sal it th* eomplata. cure .l Coach*..tfolda, : .TURE' 'ifx 'CONDU P 1T:,

}4 Ibooe pole on th e 'streets w* beg to seed, They bay* true floridU a>Ta"a. ..., the Ca,... AMlima. andUBroaoblti*and all lofoomflmit' pe.alon :
Neat
.' ,"s',: sets and seeds, rk11a8 5.oos.wmpdew. "ri.1 trod ; begins October 7i; 'I'o caialogues address 'thi Pretiid.n : J
.. sr ths-i'll .. our purpose. .to replaosGl absolutely ; ..*ees td..at ..pa ...... A.. .Q., he rry, lave fr.: ::" an ; i ;(1
raotloalJy...* '1ha ix> .. Detwesn thau and dons forget they have .w.i. "patatao. .. a rad. "
S. CLAY caAWI'OR'
'
; fM4 BEACKMAN
: era WMF. :
Winter
? } ; Ph. 7
'odaa .
and point not far from 4eo-and.low.r seed and. r an .a a0 or Parity, Flip.t .
: : corner a ot....... .....oat b.g1C.e wlllt M sbtld$1.le.1 ..:,. J
pUee. "" .
__:--_"': >:'W14"7MI41. ... -Rylt'. "These. ': '...I ;' \ .\ : .sciiQ. ,,1..,,c.- ..,.. ..I'd4N .o--J'r.:. Paarwy... ...i",.- a.'f'' ,!: '" --;: : .,: .
:: -.Y' '
;; ": '. .. .. ... ; ';; : -
. a.. : r or, w"a"s; I><:
Kith 1114' '"'''I ; ::r-
"' ""'" l. ..Y't! ; ",.arI5' '
:!:. .r :1: U 1I1.r1. '' K ti 5 .. ) po ., .. "'1 iIi tVMT..RINl11A1': : !,,
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I1i' ,.... '. f# ) ,....:r' ..: ;ItF If. 1. ,

,.'':;., {' J>> ,........; ... .';', .,<, ,.'. I\\\.._,,' "" .:.may.,aitr....... ..titt.. <"M'.", ....,F i w':Ld.Ao...'. ,. .".'_,. --.-h r. t'_.-:,:.s..::: '.. .-.1a.-- >dr ' '..0. + .,...... . ,_. ': .'i:!; '''' .


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