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 11, 1908
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00350
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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tr"I ;r Mini BiSincss- -.Transacted' 'd :-at J'to bntld town-up la the and same tnaka as prosperous an Individual-+ more:' .,dustries chants; home of "."erl'ebara.c.r factoriesand.bomeJn. ; must -be/ ..watraRtS. :Sworn: t ] J. ;::::::. .cL". ., "' ',-. .. '',.w .,.--,-, "' .. --- ,- --.."

money must; come In than goes out i.If strictly adhered to, not theoreticallybut I .i :\: '
i Tuesday Nighrs{ Meeting; a man spends more money than he pl' 'tlcani..Jt.we;; wish to ever: assume :., Tto POlk Cei . _,_,,._ .
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ab"Dk1'uPt-.DcI if a town or" the people .oo.-me'hu) adopted the rule that IT a. : .1' ;;;; r

11 G':BARBECUE: .PLAN. (ENDORSE,' Industries abroad livingla instead,,and It commercial,()f spend.' patronizing their houses money local It to-man U-tabooed.local patronizes businesses other foreign'In-'preference of words any character boycotted he ':WILL! BE .TRIED 'THERE'( : SOONIt ', a.,.. .r.. .... .' .;'r" \

;;" j will be but.-a short time until there will by the citizen generally-as a menace or .- '
be no money on hand to spend anywhere to the the town; and lobe result has'beenthat '- '.
Captain 'Oay'obnson'iS) fled d, a for anything,. today ten and twelve story buildIngs WJlfs\ve .Osccola County at Least -a,
"* 'Now for argument's% sake..1e.t-: us are being erected In that city and I "........... I. X ,
,Delegate ,to Attend ,the Water that the citizens generally would suppose In twO.), .years' time It''' will haire.*'one' ',Two Thousand Dollars,ind Court eOMINQJ I ( 0
send to a Chicago mall order bouse for hundred thousand population.. .1'i I ;.
f Conference;,to,,' be Held-to: r Fort their clothes, shoes and bats bow long ,Remarks have frequentlybesnhes don Convenes There Two Months > : ; :: ,*' _
would our merchants who deal In *o.t the streets of this city ..such ,as "'! I ...., .. : : 4
1 II' .vMyers ,)a: 'th.. -,. 17th instant t*._. particular branch of trade be able to can get swob and such a thing a little .Earlier : ,.Here-.-The Change '-' - .
-' .iIC...* keep heir doors open? The same rule cheaper: InP" -and I'm going to: send '
Committees Doing Good Work. applies to our local cigar factory. only for:"It-p !' 'Suppose'v/ that the,.gentle Waf, .Surprise to the Men-rHard .

'" to a greater. extent, is a lament man saying this spoke truly, does be . .. -- ; .. '; : .
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Jour New Members Bected. able fact that almost. every dealer In stop and ooD.lder'forone moment that Matteto' ,Get'rinry.. Here. .. ,, .'---"':- ;< 1f;" -""" ., -' # Ii
cigars to this.purchases his goods If w4 all practiced his rule there wouldbe c, ..

from the American Tobaooo Co. the no town here In a fewi months- and ., . : : .; ,
greatest trust extant today _od'the that he would no' to send '-
ln money : ellrl..E.eref.t.: '
Rain I bli section U badly I neededfor Ba.afLout&.P
foremost-enemy of all small Industries abroad and make his?purohases,:tbst ker and '. _,' .. __ ..n..
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; the ureter-Is JO"- D-Uie lakes and Stewart the three gan .... '"' ... .."., .... .
that manufacture' goods In. grMoh! It a dollar locally with Smith Is in .,, ., -= "
travel) by !boats Is somewhat' Impeded spent tlemeo mentioned in last week's Issueof ";;.., 'Y'. "...
"b\it -deal Every dollar spent with thatcompany turn" transferred to Brown theo to the .. '
it would please the member. or the Vallev.Oaxette M ha"IDwIUl-, it,
Is dollar lost to be home .J and down the line,each '
ts .Board of Trade nmdn"better if the elenrients a Johnson so on :Jittxid ; so freely of some mysterious'dope s.1$14flg
trade for no man can point to the getting his share of the pront-on what ; .
" that believed ,
would seldot other .than the eecRwd they they had the I .
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r'< time that octopus has ever expended a be sells; but that the dollar he > ,
right to out ..
: and fourth Tue.dal1ljlht.lla! each fro upon the prairies fend ',., 'Y"\ .'I\r'\ , .0.
' 'month to visit Klsslmmee in rfnoh volbut"nevertheless cent'In.Kissimmee except"for's Chicago ,of New York or anywhereelse into therewampa/ and collect J
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board some hotel for its traveling abroad has been completelylost '
Dine head'of cattle that '
came; st :very fair attendance bore the marks '
greeted President Doneganon representative thousands of dollars to our local business a* If it,were and brand of four other cittze&s oft *'
bare left our town to add 1 t.1IImo..e sunk to the'bott.l>m of the ocean? *- this and sell them for '
Tuesday night last.when be-oailed county 1250 and
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to their well-filled coffers. Without the aid and cooperation1 of t:
1. the Board of Trade to-order. a pony two men sevenmiles this
11 r 'After routine business, such as call-' If. our. merchants would puiS one another we-'oanaot successful gide of Iceland, and a* a conquence **-
.. Ing'therOll and reading tbe ;minutes, chase the hOlle1Jrndu br which l'ljo.t i live and 'the sooner all our citizens did for more than a week real :' : i
Waa. disposed 'of,.. Mr. Nelmeyer, for as good aD ._ai cheap and whioU Is get acquainted with this fact the sooner from their (abort In the, jail.Ia this ,
that committee made under much more favorable and will Klsslmmee keTeak: with the county,:weniVansferred to _
rl-1\\ 00 factories, reported Bartow on I .
cleanly conditions, the 'would buildup foremost cities In UUand Florida. ,
'that his committee. bad'performed Its Monday last. "I I' ,
, ,::0 'duty relative to petitioning the <2tv|, an Industry here that In a short There is a way to make us big, and; Mr. Robert Donegan, actionfor .. '" .
time would rival the largest Inr'lorlda. that wallI to patronize local businesses ..i.. -,.. -
: Council to release from }axes the barrel Messrs..Geo. 'V% Hopkins: and Calvin 'liP..Y1 ,. -
t I, factory to be established by Mr. R. The rule. ftt patronizing home meN In every_ ..Instance where_ !: possible 1 ,. 1 Plait,and Mr Henry Savage went toBartow I r ,

.t'" : .;-RObert., but as such action. Is proCfmblled : on Saturday nleh'.'nd swore -_ .:
by the laws of the State, the out warrant against: the three men, returning ., : {
''s>. Council was forced ux refuse the re- to this city-.' 9uodar. and I "....- ,,'
" Those Information of character : "
: ''q De.L. desiring any oo-"ooqaf Deputy Sheriff Johnson, of J "i
,J. Under the head of flection of new of Polk county, came up .ftel't.bem. ill .' '.".
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.membersMessrs.. A.Y'. Wino C.Buckets. regarding Kissitnmee. or Osceola County are sad accompanied- Deputy Sheriff I ., '. ._" ,,.1
?r"1 l J. (j. Williams..and Henry v c I McPfiatter, carried them- to Bartow. .I" .,. .r. '..... "" .. <.,. '" 'f ; .

3., .T. Stanford associated themselves'with requested to write to 'R. O. MEEK, ._ '[ 'Before' swearing out. w.rr. t.agalolLLheae I -- .,." ..,..e- -"' -"'- <{" t.l'f",'" .,... ;..7'j. .
,the Board. men Potk county - .
J.,, \- When new business was,reached the Secretary Board of Trade,.Kissimmee, Fla. i'Messrs.:'Dofieiran'and. Savage obtain. .. : .. .1..1
. following resolution was Introduced I ed the ben of legal advice, and as the # ..;..
.. by President Donegan, which was [ major portion of the.crime was committed i \
'unanimously passed: In Polk County It was. thought SI .. : '
Whereas/the people of Lee fcouoty I I proper they should be tried there. But I' .
L'v,;>"'JThave called a Ft. Myers on VILLAGE: IMPROVE- WATER (CONTINUES: one of the main reasons why It Is much : : 'f, ,
M the 17th I nil. to consider ways and more advantageous Lb t.nhem In that ',- ';;-1',''''. .
It means for the Improvement of the Caloosahatchee .. MENT SOCJETY' TO RISE IN LAKES county' II that court, convene there '
; River,' at which an Influential "two months earlier than It does here, t

.,; t. 1 party of United States eu- ., ; and will therefore save a'conilderBble. .
: glneers will be present by special Invltatlonr"fcnd t. '. --- sum to tbet..rpavel'l; ; 4
:... -. Pass Resolutions of.Thank4and; TWenty tie 7Ytore Water,-at The dost'! of placing these men on Clothin"-g"'l :

lr!** Whereas, the Klsslmmee river Is as Request All Citizens to Clean I Bassintrer .and River ,K trial here would be about $2,000 and I : : ,
; much a part of the inland water routeas .w when we take Into consideration the k ..: i
the Caloosahatcbee, and II' in ur- Up Thflr'Preml s. Still Rising. fact. Jliat. we are., expending great .'
.' 'gent need of further Improvement by deal of money la public Improvements! I ... I . .
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(Vie Government; and and Intend ontlsLUedolng so for
:. V"-Whereas,the Board of County Commissioner I the regular-meeting the VII. Parties, city this week frpra some time to comer-the additional. ex- y : r"r .
has 'appointed Capt. clay i \\A UI.! improvement Society,..SeptemoerBfl908 along the water route} report that tbe pendlture: of. that: amount would be a ... ,, ;" .,,' I '... ,,-
Johnson, to act In behalf 'of said the following resolutions,were, river and canals have risen considerably coD.lderable'burdfto -uPon the people. ? . : .. .. I 'I ,. \
board to meet ..Id engineer and ex..: unanimously adopted: and at Basslnger twenty Inches And another and just cause for gratification '. ". ,'; ,. ...;; ''\! V" ';.c""' :kd'I' !{":" ';" ...;
tend to them atoo..dl..1. and urgent Invilalion I 1. Itesolved; That the thanks' of increase U reported. The h &Yr.IOIr, at these cases being transferred :: ';' "\' "J'. .Ij. ''; ..t, ;N;," J, ,I ' : ..; ',( ,
to....Brrnnge a meeting with the Village Improvementociet' are on Wednesday will add at least another 9u Polk county la that a great deal t'p.Vtoi. tI' '' "1' t. .
-our citizens and business interesbs'W"' hereby tendered to 'Capt Clay Johnson two Inches to the canalsv and all of trouble\ would be experienced,la obtaining .. ""J'I: > 7. .
a be held at convenient dakfaf. Klsltnmeei III" and the other members ot the competent jury to try them .. I. .t' -. "
small craft are expected: {foo at Once begin ,I. "i4t. '.. : :
'- committee appointed the society at5.prevlous as they arelrell 'known aDd have .
by a "
between' Kissimmf? an<1lower '" , ri. .'" 1 "
Resolved \Flrtt, That the Kloslmndtj&ndard ; ,' '
mee"IDIf.fOf'oootthelr efforts river points. > large number of relatives Uvtng.: .v" ., ; iI"
,; of Trade does'hereby coram and efficiency-plaClug and pfantlog Captain FrsnkTatman look aboard ery preytaot In.the county. I ., ,"" '
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<*d 'the. action -of' the 'Board.of the palm trees on 'the streets of the eighteen thousandpounds of freight Ourv.jail II. not by any'means'themost .y ,:.: ... I : .'
.County CoinraUsloners taken at their town.- Also to Mr. Frank Bass. for for Bassloger and left for that fia-e! ) substantial structure In the stats" i. _
.iF last two meetings, aDd the Interest. starting the' movement; to-those clllroi on Tuesday morning that betas; bill and when a man 1* on tbe-iB kJ look- : -r 'i"I"Ii' '
they have, looking to the\ Improve. Wli9 subkCrlbM %K> <.. nod ;to the second trip the past- two woqks.V.'ihe tag a term'tn the' pbojll.hat mines Jo '" T ... - :
vment! of the waterways between' KIs- nii.y Couooll:' who uuUlioil.i. 'work fishermen are expected to begin'haul' the fa-to;and 'friends on .the'outside \. ;
Slmmee and Baslngerf i that resulted In having bo wctxiscut lOll their nets in the lower lakes the desiring: his release, we must all admit
; .? Resolved Second That this- board on the lake* shore This >was a Aver coming week, low water: in the "caoala that a transfer of the prisoner to some
;"':"iloes 'alsoi appoint Uspt. Clay John.M .- : publlo spirited act on their: part\:',and baying forced them to abandon their other ''locality would redound to the :, W hate; accepted !go Icil' #.
In behalf of this board to extend of ' ,
greatly Improves the appearance and business some thirty days ago: 'good the community. ,.,;r .
't t party-of JJnlMcl IJ.t&Coe" enginewalk healthfulness the v townCAlso, a It Is probable that provision" will be "Thet'action' of 'r teen '
: ':' Cordial i r In vital too to meet wUh vote mad ......before came. a-a-complete-turprlsoio them; "" ;;
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; i.the cltl..Ds.pfthf! Coven:! .at"g coyftal'cnt'ASMi boirlog thepaI.treeepleutedbxtheV. prevent the possibility 6f a recurrenceof and when they.were requested to come r6f sc 1walrs: Iothlage t ,'

\ wpyof'\ 1 I. 8., and for finishing'the. venue tbe.oondltion prevaUIng"alongour forth and one more tread on dirt they L ...
XThe above Is'a;e.rbatim : a' ,... .. \-l: "'. ,....
of palms on Broadwat begun .by'thesociety. water route the'pssl six months, for were as much vstiSed as was .. -- . >0-.
.resolution adopted by the County i .. .?' -,." :&. -. *,. everyone. Is alive to-tbe damage doneto who was caught bv hl l mother piss. .h .. .. ;,; '" .,. +'. ... :J.L1t..
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.L-0omml..ioneraal.u meeting Monday o ; ::- .........
on ; :
: 2.- whereas, ,.tbe ,beauty" and _atVraotivenen business1 in Klsslmmee by the closing logjam when be thought she was on a 11 <
last, and both the Board( of Trade of any;j'town Is ''greatly) t>f river traffic to. .107 nothing of visit; toa neighbor.- Is possible .: ....:.. .... ' .. f .., ..JtM,:... :.!
Commissioners are to be ooDlrrat- : -
-.end enhanced by clean ..streets and well Inconvenience has paused those they thought it was the Intention of [
'ulated pn aeleotlng Captain Clay John kept yards, and. ' living between this and :Basslpger the sheriff to take them to"tb.'Gray i
>torepresent this county' for he Is : Whereas, concerted ..action on 'thepart city stone lop'.lunch or.perhspr'fora:'" thrus"ii : .
j ibofougbly qualified la uerform'" -the" of all our citizens would accomplish ' launch ride on the placid:waters of *-<* Beantlffl 1P d!St yler 8 w
,July at any man In Florida": much along this line, and with I INSURANCE PAID '. beautiful Lake Tohopekallga, .but .,, tz .
.+,"". Mr. E. A.OUben-\lbIDILtecl'.am.! very little Indltldnal effort; therefore when the train"was reached and.Iob01 : ".,......,....;. ,. "'!'1- ,. T .) ;,'.. '..' ,1.-: ;; ;?' "'1 ,, ; __ /.
plea of --broom corn, declaring'thataon : bot it'S.' : ", were' "aboard and beaded south, 1.-.' : < """'" :,,' ,;. ... ..1
.f of it. oould be grown to the acre ;,'Ro.of\'ed. ihaL."b..b7. catt'uJ ON HIGH SCHOOL they knew It all and ..' rog 't1'Up" t"O'i.' 1 tv" 1"
) o jras .up, that a ; ...,.:.,.. O".I ... J'"
ould ** "T sell at ten cents. a I all property owners and householder .. ,. -. place Into which rust could not eat and ; .. ,, ., I' '. __., ."__, .: 7
whereas If would .t..but : .. .If -
pound; oo one to pieta up their premises. and .beautify out of which cattle rustlers could not I: '
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=-cent-e pound to produce.::.Mr-OIK them as tar*ss-'pos.lbleand: reo break would be their abiding place until ..: : .. : ; "
:.bert'e object was to elicit the support remove all weeds and-rubbish,, lromILft'eL. : Tb :_Sum:of,.510.835.55; Paid on>> such time -as the court turns.them ,,1 .. _
';-of Cue Board Trade( In the planting the ., adjacent thereto Let Account Fire ofT '' over. therbnital hands.;of'tbe convict .. ',!.. .."
"()ejMoplbe coming. season, and later. each. build over against his''own i ;' *" of Loss-by') whfpplng boss'or sends them forth :::= >':='''.: ';:''::':'':._ %.:;'-. ;:,: -, '- 7'r. :' :

,.'.thW"tabllsblng of plant-to-.manu- Louse as It even: "Also that the"Cltyi -s booi'8 1lJd DC-: : free men, and 101 the train sped on Its -'.- : -.....;,.,......;,' .
"% faoture brooms. The matter itteeonfao- Council be requested to 'have the '., way one of them turned to hit partner ,...,.", ..I '-'.. ..:...L.- O>. .. ",_., _
?'Iq'bt hand of, Uie .00.1 weeds"' cut on all1vacant' lots 'and and ..Id...'1 believe ,that, fellow who .r ;- ' .; tfr'/."" ;" ? .*' . } '! '
I tor leg, wllh:.inskruotloua .to.look.Into along the streets In this way 'our ..Tbe, school board.ti received''the wrote the story about 'm.n'.loblimao- 1 ' '., "" -- :; '- --t, s-;';'\ ;,r.0""--5T'--r.! ; :x, iT'f' Si ,
yo, tb* recommeodatlonSv town will be -a >more 'attractive. and .following amounts from-the insurance ity to man'toust to,have once been In. .f!: ;'"'" "" : '' : 'VA '-" J5'v':' : ?; :: '* .
at the next meeting. lace of residence, and will our'nx.-" - .V ,, *
pleasant>> companies, the same being full settle. r.- cf. ;, 'i" "JI 1'i '-
entertainment and transportation be winter Nothing bU''Jratl.has ",-t,,. ...," .. _' I. ......, ' .' "
especially pleasing to our went of loss on the 'KJsslmmes High been beard .:. '), '1. .. # '1'7:1. J,1tt., \: i'l.., *
'committees' were'instructed to visitors. ..whose presence ..we desire School, .' on all sides of Sheriff Prevatt's ', ."N :' '
'. k-* ', ..; coarse IJ ,, :j": J'IJ. ."-' :.. k': , r 9'kK
conjunction ;
work in with the citizens'committee and whom we shall jo cordially .wel- German American.i.. .' . In the matter; and It i..unrv.r.allyM ;; .- 1t -- "
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looking: ,tothe celebration- : : ; :.. "" '
gretted that he-has been _' '
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of tlCth'otOctober, the day the cor- '. .rtewited.Tjtal 0olli.oi) ihe........ -SC.Paut.t";; : :, ::ti.' ', 306 sii,62 89NorwichUnion tbesredit ofZnOaducUo4356xhoIe/deprived: _s .. . ---,7", .. "'. ,,..''"..'..". .to'. "'_.1'" .,\ ..<.AU,-. .',.'....,, "T"Y.?'"I\;' ';. ,. ..-,

ssotthsaewflISoboelbuildtot blutlons be sent to toe i City .Council 8001-t.lahluDloa ";,ti prrv-f.4. 94t .16 fair to successful conclusion, still bei ... .' .. ,,., .?. . I... '''''' > .. '
will be_ ld"th'.uoard. otTrde and one to the : aUeytazette.for. pub- Fireman's fund-.f:?; ".,._. lo' ..150401Aetna..vV the man to always forego any feel I. '\ .,_ .';':T"J'f; . ', /1 ,. .." ..' ,; 'J. .. -<'
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"orIDr'tb.'holeUoll .
fc faolDtr' upeJa'.reoord/ / llcatloo., .. 6T1 83NOrth' tog be may have to further the ends of ,. , a, I ; '' 'r' lK
of s grand barLcoue' and fish : : '\W.--'t': t. ." .0'. .. ':. .:! : 'r.i.', : .- : ;. "
.: Springfield. .,,--//.r ;', a. 671'63 justice and benefit bis 'county. If every ,'''. '' _' .; : ;,: ,!.t",, ,':,1 '. ,
.std'toconfewith fry.' and the committees, the.:cltlmenfc were Instruct-. com Attention" ,U.: 'C., :V.':Camp .No., B! ome..rJI.British' .,Vi..r..r.r., .'T-. 'lOOO 00 a. Prevail county and In Florida MoPbatter had such enforcethe officers ....',. : ..,:ft.-j'' :'t; P. ,y' r" z.. .... : ._
Mercantile '
[ appointed' some time ago and : .and .. 1492'60Total.ati..w.,4'3.$1o833 \It'
IIII tee 1482. laws,*criminals- would 'seek otber US \! : ,
see wbat-could be done '65'ifanorlda"Goes'fy. states In which to ply' their trade:for I ': -
: F:;;The;oommittee"'OG factories You are ber 7commaaded to,.meetat when a crime Is O IIIml\te4tJu| Osoeola' .;.., c .-, > .. .. ";'
etructed to take up the packing. house the.court house In Klsslmmee City ; the perpetrat3rpttgbt' unaswelt"" come ..
.lll pro
.to t p matter might prove fatal( --._ ber,"1008, at .10:30: .. mi, to' arrange It will' not- ; help the tII 'ij'O:.- -woman- who- get him regardless: gerehe.goes or .. -;- ::..-. .. IT' tP.Sf3.Et: , ...... -- ..'- 1tL.i. .-
...An"" amendment was offered 'rA) the forth. reunion at Tampa. pn the, 21st has *-craving appetite for whit alias he assumes. ,. .. l\ "
nstituaqnralslna the.ID1t1&LIoq..fM Of October-A: D. 1008 A full attendnoe drink.The : 1 ..- ..._ ." ...
ex desire must be removed.: have '11' .
from one eloll&l'.tofive dollars, but reqjilred M business of importance a friend or relative "hom''YOII would 1 'Hopp.i7"HoP., ,' h

under the law. it. was laid' overuntil will oome. 'before order the of meeting.3v . like to, save from the 4rlalt.01'.drug -,'Are yon''just barely getting, around : ;/ -- .
the next regular meeting. ; 3. M. OABDMCB, habit write Immediately' for. confidential by.the aid of orutebe. or a cane? Un : 'f ;

,AH motion1unanimously'1\ ', 'prevailed W Et. 30RNS'fOltf.' .Command antoAdjutant Information to-The Keeley. ,Institute less iou bave lost.a limb or ba.. a de j''f: .: ', 'W" OANN'"
: that non-resident property holders In : .j' . .' Jacksonville, Fl..- 't formity-if your trouble is rheumatism ' ,.., : :
Kiss Ira mee -be elected x' to' honorary oo lumbago sprain .stiff joints;'or .r' <;.... I
k membership,the, 'names of luohtQ be Iwnrary: anything of like nature DIe Ballard's ,, ,, '
i ... : : will. undoubtedly result to thsotti ea- The 'agency for' the White Star Snow Liniment, and In"no time von ,, ,'.,... . "' .., .:.. _
,' A unintereswee dls- ,. pecially meetings such ..ssthellssteooUnue \ laundry Is now .... the :Rome. Store can throw away your crutches and be '",":;OO''t.. .It- .1 ,
.played by' the members present,"and and there is. no reason to bet and If yon wish to have the.-boy. alton as well.. anyone ,Price 85c; 60o and ', .'- .- THE -11'. -.-' _:
every eestlon' presented brought out 11... aQJ f.lUgGfl ineathataemor. you weekly jnsfring'np 154,' and $1Sold' ,by Koberson' y.AlFViiiw ..... POTFTTTER";, M
r s.pDer :l discussion, which u m true attendance. will ooonrJ "" __ 'yon will be: put on our list, and called : IW - . .. -, Wa4fc .'-: ;i3ft"' ,.1.h.... ... --=""" ,- .
eaism that the Board of Trade U f onndonaolid ;.Tbe- Board- .::to-;aesi the on w eklT..Thr wortys-a U7do-tD .. ": la Pharr ,, r

rook. 'and >wiih snob' .fourth Tuesday alibi la this month e* an.emoleat"SBanner-and. "at Tampa for; planting: :;.....-secure : i*: .c'-i *y*. ...x'!' > ---"*. -" ,) .l:-" ,,. -...." .,.
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CITY'S : 1 .

-,",+, ,- -. .. . . ... Notices of lneorporatlou"6f Sanford .Qu.... Swiss Marriage. Msrktt.. iattsUc% show that Winnipeg ii ,.... '-

r ) " 4.J'i. Electric Llgnt, Gas, Fuel and' Peculiar Ways Wen and WOmen. ,. cow the fourth largestmanufactur-- :;...' ...... HOSE:.
Power company>> and'ahtO'of th.-San- ; (p-g- cttjt:',jgf! Canada and .those.. .who '
Seek noads.
Binldhiirs f.recteI. Since Matsa. .Automobiles and
7,938 "
,: : ford Ferf.Ilii Manufacturing company '"have .atud 1'Tt)> -enevolent econo- .
I ;' Big Fire in Jacksonville.. have beet published. Andrew The marriage market (or, Xalr) 'mlo condition. which must> control A great deal hal been published '

? . JoJlnsou"' an4 W.' D, Helden are associated 'WhIch wis held recently at ISoaasalne* her future see a repetition .of tShistory. In the agricultural press in regard to
with M. M. Smith'In the first In' Belgium has, many counterpart: automobile monopolizing thrru- :
.. before
-()( -Str LollS -0; Chicago -
'r ,54,000 POJijmON IN 1910 named corporation andwith 1'. It Bar elsewhere. )capital C1tyr" Jiaaltob.C: ral' highways to the detriment' of - ., '-t # M
low In the other. The fertilizer company In several
of the more remote Swlsa_, } country folk, for whom they were
; ); : Is the first"of a number that will. 'ciiiton4fgr'xample.> there ,1s held In 1802 tbe--ettT Winnipeg hal' originally Intended 'and by_ whom

,1Iir 'WKicb It..'Nia.ty.rar.CnYears : ;c 1D.J.;1." ,11)8 ..l.artegtin, s-norlull. falL ., ybagkn$ WI1: the".leatt.of- a fcopulaJlorfSot' 48,411latth.; the-' officialfigure open'ing"oftbe'prareut"year they.are built: and.kept Injepalr.andIn

.3 .-Jeekaonville Will Soon Be -'rJle'Carver ;<3ratV lir"atr"Carler7; garlands. The marriageable. maidens passable condition. As the self
In that
has resumed operationsand 'w111 probably - 1I'er..118.000" sameyear
assemble -eunaet stag, ,dancand Into more
LargMt City oft AtUntia CoattJacksonville propelled vehiclescome
theshipping five the total assessable -
: continue throughout year
actively ago
"'1'' make ;merry, ,.Bach ,wears .. chapletof general niece the country' roads it
m I season.a ... property of the city .amounted to-
flowrrs her forehead and oarrleaa are' to face
1 on face
F a.The.onUriued: II evident that we .
k The Tampa Northern railroad baa $28GLLS1Ond In 1907 ..had jumped

.ac' lv.Ity! Jn Jnilldlng.jihows .that ack"aonvlUe.l completed arrangements for the ereo_ :r1'bboIF..1&h.baD4.JA.nosegay fled ,with bright 'colored' Jo $.lM,188.pOO.( | __!nLJ..L same,, space, with a new -unlooked-for.raalntenantfebfour! proposition '
. ; - the-
tlon of'ealenalvs repalrahoLiIarPal.i 'tb.- -Increaaed-
rapidly growing"city.. of time banicl.arings
.It -Ueach adjacent to tholr waterfront'teimlhajs If "a lad Is attracted by a' maid h thoroughfares in the rural districts.
from |188'.3TO,000 la -1902 to $ $ .COT.-;
.Since the big fire seven years ago said plucks flower from her bunch. She In the country,
r : In that city. 'Every one living
Ie4. IA .
1807. Cement .Age."The
,4 :J..93n. !" : buildings have be.en. erect thatworkpn the building oj. the shops ..:.butwhazt.1ha.arry1nakIng ! .., 000 ;through whlch.J.heauto. ::..cats J>ass

: : .: A. something over 2400buIldings will beginIn a short time.- The' construction . breaks wt d 'w'n'sb. : -Celt Hammers.. with considerably frequewr<.,,has\ nO

were burned In the flre of IDoL it ftp- work I: to be under' the suuperyltlon will[,. it she reciprocates his feeling, 111" recent address before the doubt noticed the evil.effects of the" ,

$>erv"thaOabput\ .SOO !buildings have. of Mr. John Pasco chief. There en- tleP the entire bouquet by the ribbon fJUca ''Chamber of Oonutt!rce Sec' rapidly moving machines on the ro d- \
of ) ,l)i en. built\ ulnce. ihi1a .eyiF Of glnf will'>pr be rour different buildings to COlt'. --tG-t-be--h4t1d1 -of .the- door.:-Of- the.'. .:retaryVorteIyQu-1old' : the-tor/Jof-a -w..y..u.." .inrtirpntr! fh :;gfopli grow* .- . ''

those'ibutirnei. 'For the seven years] In the aggregateabout 'l ,OOO. They cabin, ,wherein be resldee or- alterna,.: manufacturer of _haniniers In centralNew Ing- in- -the fields along .the. roadi.. :

, 'allowing 1.600) for ..thehousea'torn, ,, will be of galvanized Iron.! The .company through the open case' 'York -who, having been asked There are, several good reasons for Thousands of American women ', :,
Is also contemplating the Immediate meet of.his' bedchamber. : thls The pneumatic tire and the
-t -A' down or burned.'leave. a net gain of how loaf he had made hammers,, 1''' ;
I In homes are daily sacrificing '
4,000 buildings.Somp extension of its terminals The i&moqsrulli.. marriage mart I plied: '1 bare made thmm for twen excessive'rate of speed 'I.

Of these are mercantile buildings along the water front In East Tampa. of which so much has been written* ty-eight y.j(...." '"Well then! said Ordinarily the pneumatic tire on their lives to duty.
4 where large warehouse will be built Is held -twice In the spring the auto has a tread ranging from In order to keep the hom-nat.
with no residents; others, on tho' % year. the questioner :rou ought to be able>
other hand are hotels boarding houses and docks extended seven hundred and the autumn. The Tunisian girls to mak..'* pretty good hammer by three to five Inches, and\ owing to its and pretty,the children land ,t, 4

; or apartment bouses for one family and forty feet. _. altered In their 'hundreds, each'' with this tlme. 'No sir" was the old elasticity and reuniting! It readily. responds tidy, women overdo. A femaleweakriess
each. Very many of the buslnellsbuUdln..s Oranges are so far advanced In her dowry In coin and. jewelrjvdls3 . to the weight 'of the car and or displacement' often
;. manufacturer'. reply "I never made
+. bave that are finhablisrr Volusla county that regular shipments brought on and they suffer hi silence,
rpoms her omtll to the uneven places In the highway.
oe 'd bout ,
> person. The hammer. I make the
i The a pretty .
'Ited. will'begin In October. / are .s drifting from bad
doln..ftta.'th""U'preBBed close17to -
girdle of maidenhood" eaolrclt her ** In so t wor
large now as they were the" first of best hammers In the tJnlted States.
A low- estimate of the numberof surface track there knowing 'well that they -Y .
; resident to the building la four and a last October. }n quality the coming waist, sad In It is an unsheathed cJ.t.g.af1' the t
have to the
help overcome pains
half. This would..Indicate an Increase crop.wrtt be Jtbe finest Volusla count When this Is gently removed A SIMPLE. SAFEGUARD I IN BUY- by excluding the air and as the car aches which make life an '

of 18,040 In the population of Jacksonville ty ever marketed. Another authority bya pauin gallant and pTeseat J/r.. ING PAINT. rushes onward the partial ,vacum those dally faithful a buen

I during the last seven years. I Mya that oranges are maturing' fully turned ,It means that a proposal has thus formed momentarily, causes an I i t wmn

The census of 1900 credited Jacksonville Efx!) weeks earlier this year than they been made. ---r-- Inrush of air, and with' it Is carried. LYDIA ELPINKHAM'S
Everybody should know howtmple
with' 28,429 Inhabitants. It Is did last. thefinely powdered dust particles.Thla .
A-prettler cu totnprevatlsamong and easy It is to avoid all uncertainty
kaTe to this number had Increased afOmTnetjbunman rfnat la ttiAn tfnlran nn hv ,4hAwind VEGETABLE COMPOUND
say Spencer" '
j the Ooraon tnaldent, who at stated In buying paint materials. There are -
to 30,040 by the time of the fire 1 of Arcadia accidentally kill, : ; theeld; I
was ,
Intervals assemble in the- marketplace many so-called white leads on the and blo> across up'on comes a boon and a blosaang,
k and the Increase Indicated by. Uiel I ed while he was .In the act of lower the and Into the homes a
which lawns very.
of lighted' market contain chalk zinc as-it to Mrs. F. EINworth,- ;,
In front each .la a I I 0
number of buildings erected since In the principal business
: Ing an arc light and other adulterants. Then, thereis
I conjugal A barytes cheap of the country people. Mayville N. Y aird to ilrs. .
Indicates of () wires lamp emblom of fidelity. 'v.1
r then a population 48,000 Bpctjqn. The were cross- Unless tbe takes advantage .
property owner of the to reckon I
the velocity car
today. r- j.*d. causing'the full force of the current young man. feels attracted. He gently of the simple means of protection with. This has much to do with Boydof Beaver l'al Pa SI ,,,
If Jacksonville has 48.000 peopletoday : to pass Into his body causing blows upon' the name extinguish- afforded him'by rellable'whltelead as .I was not nblo do my own vrotlt

she will have 54Ho >1>y the time almost Instant)death. Inc It. The girl relights) It Is a manufacturer, he runs great the dust nuisance as the tires. Into owing to the fcu nlo trouble frofci v.:.ilch

; the next census la taken. This will be At Interlachen\ recently there passed ".JcdIQn.! If ..he. leaves It alone the I risk of getting an Inferior and adulterated the trail of the!! fastgoing vehicle llulflr Lydia E. Pinldiam's Vege

'a gain of 911..1Ier> cent In ten year. and ' away one of the few- remaining\ offer Is acceptable. white lead. treat quantities of dust -are driven helped me wndertully.and "1'

ft a continuation of that rate of gain I survivors of genuine African ex-slaves curious It Is to protect the paint-buyer due to the "suction" produced by I am so well that I can do ivs brg .
these markets
t__ would .lva this city between 1O2.0UO J I when "Uncle Hampton" (as he has Even In RngJanJ! against fraud and adulteration that the abnormal speed. The same effect iev's work n, I ever did I wish every -
and 103.00O by r"2o. I are not unknown. although they National Lead Company the largest ot'l1tgirspeeded.ra.lway sick vroftran would ,
always been known In that vicinity) 1* notlfced in the case t
'i._ This In a rcuiarkable rate of gaIione died at tbe home of his soo-Jn. timcountry are not openly acknowledged. : as such. makers of genuine Pure While Lead. trains- only here It Is less FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
that not In In the I tJne TJS9- been held on St. ,iMartha' Dutch .Painter
r. one city fifty I there at the age or 109. place their famous Boy the '
near dlsattrous l to the -comfort of rural!
1".s: :: rJ United States will show. There is Hampton was bcrn In the lair years Hill BurreT. on each recurring Ocod trademark on every keg of their Interurbancar 'For thirty years Lydia E.. rink-

. -",: every reason to bnlleve that within of the eighteenth century, Imported Friday during some cpntilrles. And product, an absolute guarantee of Its dwellers. However an ham'/ Vegetable Compound, made

W twelve year Jacksonville will be the from Africa when quite young, and the statute and mon faJre thatare purity and quality. Anyone who wantsto along the country roads Is jll'tall' l'om root anti 1 thestandard
I largent city on the South Atlantic I make a practical test of white lead bad as an automobile for caus- for female ills
was for a number ofyears kevt. on a still celebrated In 'various rural localities remedy
: coajt. The ..renU8 tit 1910 will show t slave-ship, and employed aa. a decoy are marriage martIn ell but and'who wants a valuable freo book ing the Intolerable dust nuisance to and has positively cured thol and8ol'women
Savannah 15.000 or tha land' about painting should address National the tar mere.
to lure otnors or his race wnere tney whQ have been troubled with
; ..IU1Uchari i.ton name.-Pearson's Weekly. Lead Woodbrldge
and Jacksonville could be captured t-nd cairrlcd to this Aside to causing discomfort to the inflammation ulcc -
and ask for test ra t_,.
p4 New dLplacments.
In size.EWOAEBALL York -
about equal Bldg..
Later -he was one of tho country folk through the dust nuisance
country. London's Chief ."abb!. irreguhirities,
i equipment. tumor
--- slaves of Geperal Wade Hampton, his _ the does damageto ton
auto great
In answer to the Inquiry of a correspondent -- pains, ) ( that bear
? CIRCUIT. "body servant" h* termed .himself, 'The London Times"says MAKING BELIEVE. the rural hlghwayp especially in ing-down feeling,flatulency,indiees-

and he remained Inthe service of "Your wife seems to be In some the dry seasons. Not only are considerable tiondizzine8sor
Teams To Be Organized In Ten Flor.if. General Hampton until the negroes : trouble." quantities of the road materials neru prstrton -
.. their freedom. "The chief rabbi of London I. real'- ,. Vhy don't you try .'
ida Cities. I were given "She. seems to be 'but shelsn't. removed In the way of the
ly thevfeead l or the archbishop of th* Mrs. IMnklinm Invlton all sickwomen .
council of Sanford by resolution - with
The city Things are going so well us dust stirred by the rapidly -
Fla.-PalaU.a will up moving
Palatka probably baa fixed the amount to be Jews. He Is elected by representatives to \vrlto tier for avice
? be now that the best she can do is to carriage but lasting. Injury Is
one of .the Important elites In a She has guided
j raised by taxation for the year 1908 of the one' hundred congregation t ,
baseball ; circuit next year when prwtend." Louisville Courier-Jour. also worked by the skidding of the health. ;
at $16,000, divided as follows: Gaa *, which have vows keeping Addrs8 J.ynn1Ua.
-i .more sport than ever before In this nat ] wheels at bends In the roads as well '
water and fire protection $4,000; with their donations to the fund Trom __ t
; line will be enjoyed by the .fan. and other road AN EARLY BIRD.
,.. and $8,000 Interest i as throwing gravel
streets sewers ; 2
- "'" i Louis Kalbfleld and other enthualas- on Indebtedness, $2,000; other municipal which the chief rabbi To I>rlv rx>ut Malaria and BoJU ;? '..'1 tic attendants upon and admirers of 000 a year. Besides being the supervisor the System bank -to learn the baslnes
; .purp ll"*, 2000. The assessment : the road, and the result of the elastic .-A
. the great national' sport say that if value of real estate Is $380,052: fit all religious matters per- Take .the Old Standard DHOTI'S Tears. nature "of the tires and the centrifugal VSbn.: said the gratined banker ; '
-' 'the move'prOV.,1 "& go" then Palatka taming to fhv one .hundred thousand <.. TOKIO. Yon' know what
(J IBM .u.r. yon hew.
personal property, $233.858; making a force of the swiftly rerolv- "I'm glad to see that you get .: 5l,
r will- 4)8 found la position when the Increase of 95. Jews in the English congregations re taking. The formula Is plainly, printed -
of an -
total $813,910. -
: on bottle, showing U U simply Quinine 1ngwhnW; prptyt'h
.ie sounds next year. And 'sych. a council he Issues the permit for Jew. every .
It the 1907. The every -
208 over year and Iron la a taabMeaa form and the Automobile ate now doing more "I could get hvre even earlier, dad.
Is wAil
:- statement founded for this at two Ish marriage wh'lch takes place within
the assessment cent
places per effectual form. liar -
grown p.opI'Sb. to the rural roads In the Our club you know, closes at 5.-
tans damage dry
) < , '-.:&ny place In the state and they ..tand.ready tlon. summer, months than all he horse Washington Herald.
Incumbent Is the Rev. Dr. Herrmann,.
:\. and willing to give strong flnan- Overtook Him. drawn vehicles combined'--ekn do, in r
hall '
'. The contract for the city at Adler, who succeeded his father who 91OO "
'i'' -clal backingand best moral support Intently the judge listened to theman's the wty of pulverizing -surfacing Rar 0.
> Live Oak has been awarded. The "
came Into the office In 1845. of will pleased to
.to a otrong and winning team. That building Is to be'uptodate In every story. The man-was the-plain- materials and in alding'their removal ( Te r M at 1 least one dreaded di.-

c' -, a seml-'profeBstonal aggregation In particular and will cost. about $15,000 ;tiff and had-.charged. big. wit., with via the wind and dust route, .55.i that Mwne bean able to cure la allUstagcandtbatit.Catarrb. '
-faicb a league would a paying) ' Arabian 'Nlpht Stories.The .
prove cruel, and 'treatment. He .
abusive ,
when completed. The feature about this Ual'aC
.venture admits --of little doubt, and .' "Arablan, Nlahts' Is an exten- unpleasant Care M the only positive care noW .
w'as'V ma..D4-bla.-W'1'-
small .
Those who own irrigable lands at condition is that the farmers;, who
A In to this It wouldafford the Catarrh being a con
s amusement addition loving< people of the city I Carters are'selling. at reasonable. alve cQllection of taleg,forming. part.otthe It was at least evident that the are obliged by law to make improve t.teie ftty. ) '.a. oonrtitatipnaltreatment.
and 'surrounding country a. great deal prices and some real -'estate' changes ,Arable literature. and the exact charge rested on a toasts of posstblllty. maintain and pay for the country HalTa6 tarrhCnr itakrah> er -

.of port,, .and would prove a big! .advvertlsemeat handsalmost everyday* ,. title of which Is The Book of the ._ After the plaintiff'had finished his thoroughfares; are the ones to suffer nallyaeing surfaces directly of the system upon tbe.thereby Mood ad.a-

3 ? tOLbe town, and .t II.1 .T)i*.-, rmers have begun to prepare -Thousandand -One Nights. They testimony the Judl'e'deoflled .oaak the moat'In the despolat.lon of what e log foundation of the di-caae,and giving'the r

stimulate trude. > seed-beds and''plant their early fall Were first made.known to .Europe by' a question."Mr.. Frouble.t ,said he.-. rightfully belongs the way patient strength by building up the cou-.;. .,.'-

t The clUes-of GainesvilleOcalaD'Arcadia vegetables around _th \'1I>1elntOall ..eotlon Antoine Galfand between 1704 and "where 'did. ;you meet your' -wife, who of" service and .utility: The auto titutton and aaauting nature in doing itsay."*,.) .

.- .t Lakeland Orlando and Bartow' and some have been gathering 1717. He was a French Orientalist.who .' has- treated yoa thla-.wayr' ."Well isls who thus abuse these public Toad wrk Tbe proprietors have ao much ttb .'
curative that offer .
they ,
1 are considering (question and-the corn which taken generally, is. prob- succeeded after much effort In the somewhat J fall .
made in- judge returned man, privileges do not contribute a single Hundred eaae.that it t .
has far received the best corn ever
movement so heartyendorsement. ably crop
-- i manuscript which he Band for livt-of testimonials. AddrtVJ.C'uasry&Oo.Tol.doO. 'v
obtaining1 a supplemented eure.
'j. '- It I t. proposed that the that part of the state. meekly, "you see, It's this way. I penny towards and maintenance and "

'':]eagie ',be .composed of ,the 'tollo'IVln\' Herbert Shear the man arrested In by gathering tales from never did meet her.. She just kind improvement of the roads. Hold Kr l Dninutfj. 75e. I' 11

I-, towns;.; ..PAlatka Ooala Gainesville Denver upon complaint of his wife professional story-tellers, whom he of overtook; me." The Statelaws are in general too Take Hall's Family P 0.oastipstloaBishops .;- \

jakeland.artow,,,Arcadia. Orlando.,: nMrs. Alice Shear -of Fensacola was met during his travels- In the East lax:: in dealing_; with the autoists. The__ y "'

f: $antortl. Lake city '..Dd Live(>ak. All ; formerly .employed .as a foreman in i KOZEKA CTTRXD.J. license fee t>f a few paltry dollars' is Coun\e. .1

theae are regarded a* enthusiastic ball the......mlllk of the Robinson Lumber I A MODERN ROM NCt\ I offered. B. Maxwell agony with Atlanta a severe Oa easeof;.,says eeae-I I inefficient and the enforcement of the Th* Protestant. Epl.copa.cburc!r. ,

lj. town and well able to stipport strong company/ at Millvlew and It wa< there "Why don't they marry r* eta Tried alx different remedies and was 1 peed limit.clause,is entirely too uncommon I has elghty-flve te "o

".tearna. A r.gular-.v'dule' would be'np4'wO'7'tJn&'aclr"'tCl'W1reould' that he. gained hl. knowlodju ofwthalumber" Family obJ- t1on.."" In despair, when a neighbor told me to try In the country, to make the :,. presiding bishop la the Un1tetj..
: ",6ualneMrTWhlcbr -:TVlrtuaUy-'--- Shuptrth.srarvaassa.tesalng$3:: _I States two In China two in Japu '
"As 'If a- rear man 'couldn't- over'" present 'automobile statutes beneflclal ;,
) have gamea every week and.tbe gen-' to him ort.1ae)11 the went worth of J0nr( Tarr-tanta and soap I ameompletely I '
brought a '
J and one each In West Africa, Gobs,/ ,;
and'far reaching The for
I cannot too maob ,.
''f '''-al'b1an'c.mellt.-.eo ducte4 along; the and.-Canada where he embarked in::. say .. p
... inosi conservative business line. business- after leaving' Pensacola. -'"It's" not "always '.& easy;. ::111./'wUewou't..acree..J.o tn Its praise." .-.' druggists 01"1 an aulo license should be at ( 50 H"ll. Brasl.l and Mezico'The'
; by mall SUe Soap !Mo-, J, 1'. .orram, Episcopal church has"nine-;
Scudamore 'ex-cashier of a dIYOrc.PlU.burCPoat. . .. per, year, and this 'should go 't the } _
George C. A Savannah,Oa. "
Pent ,
WILL ISSUE BONDS. road.building fund of the county teen aid"Beven-tnlsilonaryT f'I
$100,000 babot,
the Pmsacola Bank and Trust com ,_ *' Iu
-. ,' .... _' ..,- peaL and.who Is charged with having :CONVINCINO HIMSELF. which the license t. .ob' lned. At': .Methodist oplppaJ --

Ctey'taeiyCtlzen. Organized .Goodr7 embezzled $48,000-of the banks funds ,:MOTHER AND CHILD "Onlyfools..are' 'certain,, Tommy: present ,these' lee Co .to the State. church Bouth has eleven _I

;-". ;:;.- ;''$.adsAssoiatl' and: "was afterward cl"red: insane Both Fully Nourished on Grape-Nnla. J -wise men. b-esltata.. !!:,.,-. r '-:;""' Increase.the fees for-license and let H. H. OasBU's Sons, of Atlenta-Oa'" : i

. GreeD Core Springs, F1&At;;; ; a rejv.resentative. :. andsent to the stated asylum only to -r- 'Arsyousur.unc1s7''L: ; ocalcommunities receive the tlie-onjy suooeaatul Dropeyjpeoillsts in tha -

'? .,and euthaslaatlQ meeting be'' declared there aa" Bane and only* -."Th.: value of,' this famous food Jsshowfr 'I ,,Te. myJboycertain} Of" It." """-rTht. wneft applying then.toward word Se. their liberal offer I.venl

''of 'prominent--..dozens. here : a good feigning has been declared hopeless In' many ways ln> uldltlon. to' ',r..tI.J't.*"'."._f,> ..'..,-;< '.N /garm, rt-.- 'I keaptlC'u of the roads . I anotSar column of papa.. ., .
ly and Incurably-Insane by the,supertendent ais a>- a n-- .. '
.'S!' roads association was organized.:'and Insane what might'be":?expected" fr4\lDi\ .its Rleb'.CJap"4IDe wp" .Ouree Headache '; same .'have a jalKSen-, A. 1903.PIIOPOSITION.: _' .
.. ot the' Illinois '
asy.iUiu. ,
-< \ '
,4, .reaoluUonI.were. ;adopted advocating chemical aflalysisGrapeNut. ._ z tene. thescorcher and In "
Stomach- (Hev .
." letter -rerclvod:atxPwsaculaby -- --Whether-fronr Cold. Heat! rr' -Would you'like to" take B ipi-i -
; -
abd : iB-nnade .
urglng'ftha1e.eanoe 1100,000 the former- banker Btatethat food of whole -Mental Strain.' No Aceianilid or dsng.rou.drugs. autos. with me on' tha bridle :... '- : -
friends ,
of path
.. *
ondB in title for.. ::
county the'purpose wheat and .barley, -'1. thoroughly' . It'sjAquid.. -.Effects immediately.. 'la many eases' where fields arealongside .
Inmate of the .
be has been an Sh'*--Church or ark'Toaksrft "
; of batd..urlaee4 at dreg
oonstruuctlng a eo stores
roads l0.51i0'1n42
1' ; o.. j:
.through Cia,.; .connecting on the north asylum for five weeks, and that the baked!for' many hours- and contains q -"the,,roads, farmers have Statesman. ,.-,. Ti } \ ,

., and.tb.the1 highways. Du- superintendent _halt pronounced, his, all the wholesome' ingred.lents. In" It NOTHING QPJDRA.TlC; .. .' had the -value of their hay and other "L "- -

*2.and Putnain counties: case'hopeless.; these cereala. 'f ''W.met"brignds :inBulgari1..'' croi>-.reduced throughtheeffect of -. A 1 Can' r-

Florida felt.IOlDewh t' mortified It contains .Silo the'pb08pbate'of the 'dust raised '. by the -continual : .
'At the close of the addr..... a reslution 'That must have *eea,,romantic. ,

was.adopted'to the effect'that when only a.t small monitor was-named potash; grown .;JD. the" grains. which fit"'- might"-well' havwen._--h!t.-'at passing;of, speedlng autocars.., Having : Speaks Ont For the Bcneat.of Saffer.. "..
"... to.wat..lha -tense, of-4he meeUnatbat I for her tout it hi a gratification to Nature uses" to build" upbraiaand-' 'It happened.'It ",....t,. We, hid no ;'no means of redress these farm. Ins TbonsandRevf.Q. *.' "
?} .afle1ccUon-be..4&l2e4, -inL day county know that there will be a'battleship .nerve cells. must to this '
s of" ::- era ;
h ,tnorito alng'a Soil greeting'ittsburg'PosL hamblY'lublt'
'ooking; to the Issuance of flOO.OOO on which of tho; -state Young children require proportion* .' -- treatment & -. anger' ,. . M.- Qray Baptlat'Clergyman : ,

cn"t H be;,U.* -,-constructing: j a I be conferrel. The ,ways on which) htstwent7. aielymore*. of this,'b4lcat18-; : $ : . --, until such tirn .. we shall have suit ot. "Woltaaboro.,. ,Tex.1'aayst ,
Uhou8ahd-uro.-i vessel is I &
.IDk to.\be
." ,betw.ell.tbe''Duval'connty'ro&ctl' biftlt at the', 'are, the brain and aervous'syst.mqf the'child q.':'satisfactorily1'control' 'Eouryears&goJ ,
flrooklynnavy"yat-d l' FRES
dbutnamconuty2oad; ; making =--- i l : .
: ,
rows BO,r pldly.-r' Th1rmbderhZindtanAFkrrner .
.. one 'rnndred.foot hard surfaced road the same aa those, On which the bat- / . ;
'- .J. .- ,
admollTtltll't ralttka."This tCT- Iasbioun.cteutpowthegr1deottim. ,-.A.Va. mother fou nd;,the"vala -,.)tGrap -: f-H .!J' i.- --- I-umbago.EYSrY,;
.. -
.<.GIQUon wan adopted without a. dlsaentvote. , aa'Yr. was -built with the excep/ :-NuUIn.noly'b'nly' bnlldlbg up We Suffering-Her Grandchild and Struggle For.Rare CoIn:. movement wa on*-
4na ./. '. "r, ; lion that 'the; wilt have to be extended her own..trengthbnt1fl' '!nourlBhlng : .-.ADother','.lJal),':.also, Oared' yJL.iMen straggle ihe'possesion of paD Doa'n'sKld- "", ,
tT' also one hundred feet to accommodate Heir baby the Urns. She '_ Catlcurat Proved Invaluable" : .
iniihi'i' | > '! s drafted and .at same I of' an extremely rare cola between ny. I'.move
'. '*dopted endo..liib.. Clay -C6uiiir -the&rea .."h ,'of the "FrOrid!; writes, '- : -., *,*,-1" .1 "My brother had ecsents three different, ._ i the whole :"-a'.
which Thus will this -tat., bit l onore.rDFfO- '""" ..... Each it; cams out: the Pop .and King JJmmanu'elot'Italnrboth.nimlimatlsts '
Good, Roadt...anBoclatlon, will AfMrTOy-babyrcameJ did-not.recover _1 ..av- 8ll1I\1II" S .tter ,o
.z .Clan') v on the campaign of education representative that, will be., with Its health and \strengthand.the I tween shooldersTand'down his back, ; has"Jllt. S Ums----.L WI-3:

:}... ntU \'bonds*are .voted.and. :.the road. sister;, ship, th*, .largest, 1L the-AmerI-' 'doctor said I could not nurse the baby and be said his-suffering was .terrible-. ended ln."favor'' of the 'former.- not1jk.tobavsan7' :

h;> :.4.. nBtructed.t.The -. / '... f, ..- ,,, cab pay ..., ....._:,.; .;.. :3]'J -.. .vlaltlng delegates were: unani0uily2tte4bObota1ymembrs /. Dade county1 has a. deputy game bought>> : 'a box 01 *...Ointment end some Is now the'richer -'- .lam. ; 1"
; _her, beside* 1 was too 'weak. trial. Soon be began to .. make exception' I
,of wardenlhained"Gore who Is receiving- gave it; a faithful by an esedeIDelJ' specimen: A- .
_. s.ocl..tlon..nd of thanks much prats. for" bis vigor In appre- -saldrtrmlghtrtry a chance of fad better.Dcl-M-_eca .hiaiielf r'tire1of ,. tr. .8 this case, 1 that other: sufferer:r JOmk4DQroubl.m& i ;

JI..;. .-was sat Ip, appreciation'of their pres-1 ,h.ndtngtho.ewhouse dynamite rdlet and see what''that would do. and' 'assents with\ A.lady in. In -ldeaP'IV.tuCkJ-IIDDW: profit by rry-l?' \"
kill .reoommended .GrapeNutajoo& ''I heud.. 9f' how daughterMr., .. a \\esafh
ence, andthe enthuilasm'They.. bad Ia- fish and wilfully game tou\- of season : diaaa- : my Acqnl and wag secured after spirited uperlenc '

M ...Jcted'Ie! .mootlng .._ ,;;_..; bought a pkg. and 'used It'1 regularly.= ." Mill I.euncI bar'little' eon.of terrible /byTanIdrnirefofth4Pope Sold by all dealer*. BO cent*'a box. .
the Catlcura :Remedies, Thisbdys brdlnl
,All .preliminary' arrangements hay*. .A marked change came pver .bptl eosema by presented H to the roster-MllbuTii_ <. Buffalo.'N.tT_ _ : ,. : '
*!lEI BOI1CBT e1UILROAfl.; and L-t, : little oik* had the eczema so.badlythat , Vatican; .
tng been perfected," the'oit7of. Tall. baby v .... %-" ,. '. they thought they would We it;."She'sed ElctrIoRaItwain, .: .

I' \\WJII., PI1"B'.t en ,Mobile' Pen.aooU ,hassee will take-,overthe ownership, -1,baby la now four.mODtli. 0"lain Cutioura Bemadias and they cured bar Th Dutch :HOI.n... :i
.- -' .- and management'.the. Capital /'City floe con'41t10D1; am'aursing rand 'ApoaJ. .raltet .
and \
'Andrewa "
*4 Bay ;, ; child entirely: '; sad the diasass sever came The term concession. t6 the
", -"Tensacola,> Fla.-.A.4vS v',:received Light and Fuel OO !\Ian7.on the let ot doing all my' work and nevsr'fiit bsck,'''Mn." Sarah,E. Leak ColdwaUr.tlich. : .Coalc was -Invented North Holland 'Allterd.m

c bare tste.that .the steamer:'Manatee4.Zorznerly October.This Includes also ,tbswa.ter " b.ttr.1n 1'I life*.... "There's a."l a. ., Aag. M and Sept. t. 1-ffltJL by Professor .about }8>S toIldlcate ElecttieTramway'CLta : ,. .
.: buildand .
1: ;owned by ,H. u..Slaughter .. works'system., Tallahasseeans .1Oa.. ..;, '.. 1,: ; -. -_-.- vo - --. t_- ._H_ F' t.mental attitude of those operate an'.tectrto .railway -< "
'.ti of Mobile and operated 7 under the are "'arm In"their expressions of commendation Name given by,postnm Co.- BatU. "ft 'INFORM BD.' ". who :.thel.-alqne t whatever system In. HolaDd.o; The vrout* Br '

:f<'aam.-of- the Mobile and Oulf Steam'tahl of .this .act Of. the' city Jtn- .-Craokr.- Mich,, ''Read, "The ,Boad to '"J."C Va .'isell '.youa.setof' book On IB incapable of )roof./ regard will be nearly. ,60 Uom.I'aln "

./ .\; |>' iCompany,Iodern.LlfeT' ;o the divine existence,, miracles and from "Amsterdam'north through.ZasVVw ,_
.Penascoll..L,et Andrews :. Bay and lightening In the future the1rpres' : r.velatIona.agnostics_inelthwr' '. dam to Kromemlnle, front Zaaadyk *% ;'S
; "... NlUiU.; knpwlwhat.4hsOreaulratte , _dog-. .
reed tbe-above JeeTAeW
."Eveir ;
.w. J along-the'gulf coast;:be.fltOS ent Jae.-bl1l'4en: ;:ottuaUoo..n.clt : : Wyi-aan-Zee
points d.
,. paid $75,000 tortbe"two-p\aD Io .,4se *pB arB from time'to timo..Tbf7are ..:. of modem lit* are;'advertising. matlcally.affinn ny.; but'.1ppfl WermarveertirJPnrmerendt -*
1.6 _ld w---tb.--AUa..ta': and St. Andrews "aagnoscor'd a'1 'The "Holland-Dev -?:j
Court--.Joarol 1opmSflt't.Coapany &
:1".Ba,..railroad." aDel I.., future. .will.;,ply and the deal is looked upon by. tooth treasdne. troe. and tall of h..maa7 s.nd. :P1Iah.---Louler111e' / -
":the a4'a, :. '"." ", ".'v *'**-*--*#**? &1:1':' .- are Incapable otproof.--.The-'Am of-As.sterdam.2wfll.bufl4-; ;
:-V bet ween ,Mobile Pensacola.and: 8U 'parties Co 'transaction? , very later,*,*.. < j :" :; .. . ,
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t.ADd"f'tw.: B. ,.,.. -y ..: ,-....* .AtlLf&etor,4o: -, ...: ;,;. t' -4H-W- ."t. *>'..*. j.. -!. : ,.::..'' i.o r'; e ., *."entire<,_11.tem J 1. .
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F}+ ., :THE 1PUtPIT.: sarot'thD'w.m6.t:: 'h. how: lni, :urethis .The, -' : > safety',..,., ; -'FOR..HO.fOrATIIG'' ,'CO b' :' '

.. .. II as a guard to life. .. ,. ':. Instance of '
.. A"man might have' a corrupt,heart .'Generait Demand" .Rallwa,'. elaborate h' IAKO A stale coffee bear i'i'I' tfce .&ibl.c-Iettfs.. Itt sheoWfall .
H .
filled'with'all.vll-passions j1
be -
ANpLOQUCNT,SUNDAY'S-jRMOjN 84t but it stands'to reason that : cletycanBotf World,'has the safety.ot. . .n a tu. .f watery thea eerie the wild la rape:r', Oiynatefa ,.
'- 'take him to for that. of:,tbgtWeu-Intortile&of the-.: .the Railway' News ; ; :
task unless
HUGH asaaf'way; 'cheap lew-grade,>alk or kraal j'o f.roll'"Io f.
PROFESSOR BLACK. the ; .I.r. ,
: and '
'I it gets something on which: .It can aim!'" been/or-a simple, pleasant. bourne, for he . *
lay a finger. .And apaft 'even from efficlentf liquid laxative remedy of known the station I \The resell will be praetleaUr'tae.-. .. net'' r r"f Ian.

d' such .deeper.-moral( depths of character '' has.. his'down" f
passfd otdleeril.Isatf1tlattdWItb'rlebred''broodIa( ;
could . :
a ;themes Shame of DetectionBrook1rn.TVr. ,: there may be actual transgres value i'} a laxative: which p'hy..lof ns p .

$, ,\ --e r<1t. __'. slons.'.hnt-antil-they are.dlacovered sanction for family use. .oaUM Its component starting ed about.slgnaf 300 ;yards'a: rail": ".., .Ii LUZIANNE'COFFEE:: :: .: ; eau ut;fllJ'

and proved.society- mast treat them t"Tl0L., '" , .
"" parts are known to thorn to'.be spective' advanced > ,

;,' ."":-Th* baccalaureate ae it a they thief did not not'exist.only .in A desire man mightbe sand whiotesonte' and 'trul,.' beneAoial id effect, and on the' engine\ SOLD EVERYWHERE '''' :',Thd A91Iv"T Ir Co.,': .,',.

,sermon'"oftUa Fucker Collegiate Intltuta heart'but In reality but 'until he I. acceptable to the .,..&.eD n'and gentle,yet i contact- a bell is ', 1M CIT.. S.L". -" a. 1"

bee delivered, by Professor found out. he rub shoulders with box bell .'
and ;
.thl ,
nl1th: -B1ae1r; M; Aof-UnionTheo- honest> men everywhere as one of prompt,in action v I '1UIuf* the'.signal Is .'1" '" . i i i i r
; lS: glcalSeminary.. The' service was themselves;:" Society is not ashamed ; In supplying that.'demand'with its excellent '
-held In the chapel of the institute; $aving..Bankst \ lie year's work of a. map'lralDbe -
of him,and he need not be ashamedof and
: copuWixaOon flyrup of rigs banks mined his tongue- la. a
and was presided i>"I"bJ' .,.Professor savings ma by .

-Black. ,Mr.Black.,,, as -Scripture The same+eu'of being- found} out" may, EUxir of fenna.,tW: California; .Fig'Syrup .THAT carry only 'sayings ae-- few Hconds. '. ;

lesson. readthe'fiftletb" Psalm.' Pro- of course, Induce this better feeling Co. proceeds along ethical' lines and relies.onTtbo total amount of de-., --- -- a

'.fessor- Black spok on"The Shame of and be the beginning! nobler andmbre WALL .- tWQ insUttttion- '
". hI..t a ; mcntJrof IbAlaxAtive# for its remarkable = ; 'JF.-YOUVt
Detection selecting: as theme stable 'moral life. Jt.. one .of ",. t21U9aSI.. The
JerWlah 8tel."Ac: the jthlef, U the blessed functions.,of. punishment success'' ._ j esM e-Mee. N I/GYERVYDRN.
.. or 'In .the two r
ha : LJI accounts, r "Qar,
\ when is found out; so U BEATS "THREE. I e
"' to offerns this .pptntofdepa.rturejM.. .....:"Thst .ta-'onn. nt"many..jca ons.wUxSyrup : : ,- # IIII..U9ll eK
tik'the 1roiwefofIsrael haimedIn ... ; t
as .
the house tUntllar IMo S /
of Israel awl' '
through the shave of'' Elixir of l gcnna is given. t. C. aunu,. 400 account 1
the course 'Of'his .erm D.,,Professor 'F1gsat4 eras. tpr.eaoh -
,e; of idolatry,.reached a loathing of lit., ,.
.Black said: ,> "' the. \Voll-Informed. The. profits, ot thesexln-- i CKER
? that ultimately-made It impossible inIsrael the preference; by Alter' '.
( : a ma :
r Theprophet Is accueldg the nation ; the creation.t4 re- .
the beae6cIsl'effects'eIwsya bart
"? Welcome1
; } retribution certain he
.,t.' d'' oLA1m.tallL-f..nnt.ll1tY..Q! .Jo her I Which: brings..lis:::"U.Juunr1e4CeJW1.: .To 'get .Its" elonat-dey-eft--x--point "i shall amount, to 10 a to tnTbodlty ,
%nnuf actUHXt 'ty the .
true spouses To awaken repentancehe gepulae ; ,
come.tbe.detectlonwhIch ..makes.: us, th.,.depositsto.lhe. et.ta
r point to\h.7 base'"Ingratitude ashamed aWl..makes..unlUtrust.ourselves nos(..?ig Syrup C ,.oD1i;:4nd' r r'ea1.b : Hicks Cet J( used for ckaTlUes;and :-
7 which could forget the early ,days of at last welcome = Monthly Puns. > ) '
: thepunishmentwhlcb'glves cent '
: Pdo.4dty .
leading drug !sU. c{ 'fur' 'beautUJlng |he
their history wbeo'Golt espoused repentance 'of sin; ) snd Headache. It's : '\: 'l MADapewt
them; In love and favor brought them welcome the exposure which finds us per bottle:'"' dlattly. Prescribed by parks. .

up out of the land of Egypt, led them out because 'it makes last find results. lib.' 25c... and l : ? Trade Reports I 0" ,

through the wilderness and brought out-ourselves! "All true knowledge is TAILEND.TOWJ*. ."
IN A .
active rallwaj
them into a plentiful country. ,He self-kncwledge; All true : Is .tory'deart''The There might ha .1 years F32AvAad00.
: '
points next to the willful and w'lcked self-exposure.' The true exposure is "Tell me the" old old ; world if It were, 10'the UDlted'St.tU" w3>:

obstinacy wbt h' made them forsake self-judgment. The true Judgment condemnation old old story? You mean lated. when 11.8C9 miles were .evoetS

Clod and choose the lower worship is when,a man captures and tries : the', one about our te.rii.'atfll having. ..:f-.> I operated railroads,.and .

ll and the lower' moral practice of and condemns himself. Real repentance pennantwinning.ho.pesT"Loulsvil.l" . the Increase was! Il.. ,,-...'e.rruue..r.'
fbl. heathenism. And here ha .to _
points mean. shame, the shame -self1 CSuflor-Journal.! r
the folly*of It. Bcsjdes its Ingratitude
? that he should have permitted himself
and Its wickedness.. It is also unspeakably to fan far below'himself, and CURES ALL rrOBINO ESQPTIOt19.Olenoo. '
'foqllaB, acT:Insensate stupidity have_dimmed the radiance of his own ..lid.hands Nov lUst; 1907i'I and have havetHed had PAINTER; --B b Dr; Grigg's Family Salve;

for 12
at whltfh the heavens might eciHma en my years
l' well .be astonished not only that a IOU I.. Long after others have -forgotten .ftI' hlDg. I have been using! T.a.TTeams STANDS FOR hrth..I'y II" ot tMbnsandi of For Eca._ Tetter Itch,..
nation' -, It may still be hard for a man 4 Jays and the results ace great.!? have u.eel,"1>1'.' Thornton's Hands Piles,, '
should change Its God who had Chapped
f to forgive himself. Long after others Signed, >k.. u. Barvey.TBTTZBI.B is thesurest PAINT It If a nu r.iH.nJ remedy Jo'
I IIi ..... all
: taken the and.In end' I' Borne, Sores
arms .
have forgotten, he may still remem- suites. sp .,dle.t cure for _ocem Diarrhoea, r1uxTndlgir, ,
lees- love' and pity taught \ them to ber. To this sensitive soul to this and all other skin dl.......... Hold t by druR. IS FOUND ONLY OH \ .., end Ujw.l trouble of SI kha' Di..n.ea''J. ,

walk, but that it should cbainge Him vitalised conscience there may be even < for such other gods-that Israel wounds hidden to all sight! but his t> i>t--A, Savannah, Qa. PUREWHITELEADTHE r. O:>LD. It will cure a Bold **M **X. ..... .....| yoerp;/.IIIJO) ua' .1
tfllaa. l sld.M tao foe
should have given; Jehovah such pitiful own sight-and God's. As, the thief TI' MADE BY I.*.. It you want sometatnK u..,"J-1.<.. Gus oae L... ,;.. -
ri:.. rivals. This Is the folly at which is ashamed when he Is caught the ID.teacl.of: returning |to their horn1' THE .ou," baby throimh the most 'Soldeader naraaUe t.f'ple.ylor i
the heavens be amBled, that My offlay ;; Itillfe.send Iloeais tousaud *KO>rr ba k. Prl.a tae aad tga rt
may house.of 'Israel is at last England the completion .
ashamed In upon a box by mturn, mall For b, ai.ll. 11 len" aaaaot .4 U-atatom.
people have forsaken Me, the fountain not because of the mere exposure: but years'work In. China Bishop RO [ and country tterahanU, ''
[ of living water., and hewed them because of the ingratitude and, Wick .George Moule and his wife now 80, '

hold out cisterns no water., broken. To a m'bnothelet who can edness and possible,..toll.and. that o8ee.I1t"We made) .an exposure : years of age,'have determined- to.r.. .Co.,Hartwall Ga. "Gainesville .MedicIQeCe:, ,."'
_'" ". had grasped the principle: of the One need to have the law written on our main In tilt field. J.R.W free BOOKLET: ,"The-Baby" aAINC8VH.LC.OA.: ,

ttd '., 'God. and'experlence: ot spiritual hearts, to conform to that and not toa reliable waterenres I W1NONA. .. V._.,r :

f'.t communion, polytheism -with 1U set of outward sociii rules; we needto JohnB/Dlekey's-oId granulated lilla.eye. Don'thart .a .. 'fO JJI'-ereDt It"e Take the Place of. Calomel
lords sore eye or ....,..
y many andlod'.mlnly must haveseemed walk not. by the consent of'men genuine In red box.' ,.rl.v.r1.a. to.. ...... '
the .
. ,tools jpod;get Tdlaa .._.. ... /t-Mate's. _" .1".
almost .
a system beneath ..
eon- but by,the will of Ood; we need to t" .k ...-,... DIJ r----. sSOrti.wi
tempt. Intellectually, it introduced see the beauty of Christ's holiness to 'reach 1 CANVASSERS WANTED ( .nBL IP.II "_Hraatli.. sli tit Af -
Some men don't even ttry : : eis .......-at.naoZ a* aIIIl"" lom Tavinc e ,
..., confusion Instead of order: morally, and I .....'. Tkejr avail aa
then our. sin 'will find us out, 'the top because they prefer com- .. ......... fJrar.PIIUjioMltuKeare.aOTMlpaUoa. .
: It meant that aloe a ho .. .t I> elfama tbe>i
;.. life would be lived on'- '
though; no mortal man has found It ,. PROPQSITIOH U !! j pact. permane..t cure .SL.Y.1Iyl taaaoe' afipa.r 1'tYts4slddi..alOs4
4 lEST
pan day a "
a. much lower plane; religiously, it out ,' : ... : =ao aTl I aM,a* .
Sods, TrialtlTatmeittifflTen aj
''I." ... was the degradation of the pure splr- -As the thief la ashamed when .heIs I I I",.10 free.Kothlnffcea be fairer' t.,[o..r.<.ba'Ieal.-yoe ..n"rI.k(voeJ.M. ... ... lria*:Z wale. ( .

or. sitpal'warship to w'&lcU the prophets out Writ. Dr.K H.Green's So*., : .. -
:; found so the house of Israel Georgia Normal" 1 lseclaW. eve Atlanta. ; YOUNG. JR.. WAYCSJOSS.a
pointed the
people. .
tl,, will be ashamed. Shall' be-must J
This Is why the prophets always be! We are only playing with the !
i,'tiU.. speak: of the shame of Idolatry. It facts and forces of moral life If we And Business Institute & '

seemed incredible that menJn.theirr' Imagine It can be otherwise) Real FOUNDED AT ".. LI.(1ee.. PICMOVCOTO BqiIe' ; !
'( senses should prefer what appeared Beet eaalppaa Bvinw Co Sottk. Ceiieti; sa.sue.. : ,. 'far
and ultimate "escape from this self- ol ,
Vtamaashlp. Etc. Writ for cataloca*end speotmea Peiunuublp.W.
f.4 to them to be brutAm. superstition. exposufe: is impossible. There is no ... L TTL.t. l>rl-.,-- A. A..KCHL;. pre.
: Both Intellectually and it was ___ UOUOLA8. OnaefOIA.C v
; piorally .
'h in the
...... secrecy all 1 world. "Murder ..*; all ..
Y a disgrace. Especially the ouroeneinn
_/ prophetsof will out" Is the old saying or 'old ating *D*
.."_, the exile and, after It. who bad superstition. If you will. The blood I' 1Myel. of our Com Mllle orMsn*' a .
f.f into the makers for oataj ta*
:; come -close connection with ; cries from the gr.ound. It will out insome *,<' t l4

't' heathen Idolatry, had this"aenfce of-' form or other, though not &1- ... .........._ -FJ..r.r..w, "
't- superiority, and withered the stupidity .. 4..r..5 W i . "
; Ps. -
way i by the ordinary detective's art. t. :
'"\ oCt polytheism with their most' ....w __=_ ._.,.l t., .. 4.. ::=. le, M'f'ir
'r Retribution is .Cp.
fact .
: a of life, whether da ltus rr IM..a..... ,
i:' 1' mordant Irony.It was a shame at It comes as moralists and artists of ......0. W.o.-5'1'ON........_ AI M. N.wt.n. G,.. .. ,

t- .'( which they blushed to think of Jew. all ages have depleted or not.. Moral !n..h.ra.ale Co1l..' Indents wOI_..ltnd Florence ""
'il 4;;" descending to such puerile worship and life writes Unit indelibly on".nerves .

practices. It was folly for the heathen and tissues, colors the blood. It

who knew no better; It was shametort.raelltesYO records Itself on character .AD) day American ,Cotton :
: nubs 1Ieror.toe1r. be the '
may Judgmnnt day.tli.-'daJ: of" .. .. '
.t.4 1.
r, orestone. The prophets confidently revealing declaring.patently what !sand For the ...aca.... ., '........., ct....., MercKaata.. War (
predicted folly that and experlen-'would: provetha what has been The stae+oglst Buyer*. Maaufactvrere. and all other young or old who are j E TEAlV'B'O'RAX.; .
vanity of
idolatry. by a casual cut of the earth can tell and the corract-ralaatioa. 18 Grades of Coltoa.Thirty
They shall be turned back;" says the the story ot.the earth". happenings pat ., ....... tha water cI_. ... .kla therov,hrr.r es.wee t. .' "
tiprophet of the exile: they shall be sx wr.a..p1a'wel rooeaa, or six ireaka' conreapoodaac eaurse fieienuotlma.mi* rrdw ...........e UT oarnlao a ............
: by the strata that are -laid bare, deposit : :' conaplata Big' demand fog co'ton gradars....cotton ba oi .
you. "wnt" 1 J
.a' greatly -ashamed that trust In graven on jdeposlt,.The story ot our Sept. c-r..poDd_ images; that to the molten YOU FIU_
say 1m-
life is not a tale that Is told and then ';
. .axes.-Ye; nre our.gods.-".. The prophet done with. _leaves Its-mark. the ,'Bverjr'minister has'' hie favoritehjmn -

with their spiritual insight already soul. It only needs true selfknowledge .. : a4.yer::. ,) ,other- man has his' '?
raw the disgrace and vanity of to let us see it all.. It only need PLANTERS favorite her. \
i. such worship, ; but' the people 'who awakened memory to_ bring It all r i I

were, seduced by the lower ajid more back., It only needsthe fierce, light I
sensuous rites of Idolatry would haveto to beat on It to show it up'as It was It a t
learn their folly by bitter experience. and J.Ther.. is nothing covered Liaum

When the pln h' came, when that shall not be revealed and' hid e' <
-fI... the 'needs of life drove them that shall not be made known. There
t p rf: sheep, -when In the face'Of the grew 'fort whatsoever ye have spoken in

,; necessities, they would find out how darkness ,hall-be- heard-In-the Hgb.V' ; tr. ' -v- '' '. ''
,Mf, ,: r thief futile is bad ashamed been their when faith.he Is"As found the and that which 'ye have spoken. in thaear N ", ..Keep I in the house always ready for use. It brings quick relief from constipation, and overcomes'/:

.\ ... out, so the house of Israel will be in' closets shall be proclaimed tendency: to chronic indigestion and other stomach t vub1... Not drastic nor violent in its action like
...:', .. upon the housetops." Ashamed when calomel and other drug, but quick thorough and gentle Stimulates the torpid liver to normal. : '
ashamed ;
they, their
; their
be Is found out! If to be undetected -ctIon.l.f/ 1 .
princes, and their priests and their 'J' Cleanses)the blood: A neglected U a menace U endangers life itself ,when it fails to /
is'the only defense,.It 1s to gamble; Ita function; ,' /''" > -. .... jL' ,
proper f
.prophets, saying to a stock; -Thou _
:;; against certalhtyv\ Found out .
'I' ..4 ''Tart we NUBIAN TEA is the beat liver regulator"yo hu been by hundreds who hitTen ,'I
'; my father; and to stone. Thou shall be, as we >stand naked la. the can getThis proven : "
,'jhast brought me forth: bat in the revealing -and"self-revealing light. I testified to its efficiency. Mrs. It. Edwards, of'Vickahul'g"i; Mia,!..- says:;. ''Your Nubian Tea has proved 4 I da

w ....r.:,.tt"tm.I of their trouble they, will;say, "Th.a- ahall- 'begin-' to'say, to. the wonderful. in my".family, and I wolud not be without ft.''-The children like to take itDeal. re multi .
:= /Arisff" and save vs: :.Bat where -are HaiMractmra .J.sPENC&R.'MEDICINE COMPANY. ChattaaootX Teaa. h 1W
mountains Vail and to the : ,
OD '
rt. ',- ,1'. .. . .., .. *,' "'- ? *
t.thy gods-that Ubou,.1Iut..mad..tbf. UlIrpCo.-er'-u'-' 1ft --C y ". v* 4'p t pas, --'*"' "J W ji-: nuujskJ) :at.p. J taray..r..rr. +i *A.-: P---7:- : .; .T--- 7'f "

s-SJJfJ-et-them: arise if they CIU .la... thee of ":
4; .,'ia the time of thy trouble.*, Rock ages"cleft; for me,
.. '- .
.:- .',%. ;;;Ahrin.lhe"tlme ot trouble they Let sne bide myself In Thee. .T W.' L..n.dH.: tetalies and aetlSmove
-. 1' _._ ..,
...',..U>O *x-- ah ea than nay -
-'would find'out their :folly; and the _. ABong in the Heart, TV .......ananaf..attarvT .. She v rlit. lie.- T
; vanity; of thelrtrnst In idols would be We'can sing care. easier? I wee t ber'IraU Choir*nat.e,n. beiarr. -
"'!.. away oar 7 'Malaria Makes Pale 'Children / DAd M ..uui other.......
? + found .outl.:,They should feel already than.we can-reason them away. The Sickly \ wear ear I am/
,,. ;; ... ...
the disgrace; hut; though they are-:niftensIMe birds are the earliest to'sing..In the 1 lit.1. i'WwlleMIIs.ICNidr", \', fFS {
... ,
.. .
Jll ,
a to that. low. they will"yet beTonvlcted morning;:the birds are more without ;(Th Old Standard GROVB'3 TASTELESS CHILI TOWC,drivel dot Malaria and boll< :.up' the ; 1LM..nt isssS

and' the hot blush of shame care- than anything .else -I know -of; fsyatemu 'You know.,what you are.takinghe.formula: is plainly printed on evcrjr bohl ,'BhbwingrltJ M i M D-sdWrM. : IOWeeeeew..r.wwr.ww.t..__ -
s will coyer .them':with confusion .tot: Sing1 In the evening.:;. Singing is the. ..... c_ .- v_ ..., T r.- {
la and Iron In tasteless" and the most effectual form.For adults and children. ,5Oc; J| ,
face.-i They are.not' ashamed of i theIngratitude last thing that robins do.' When they [ simply Quinine a S-TaBe l..a AiaMJtaUK. W. ll beafiluune : ;
and wickedness t'' and fflf! t* eiamnq aa M.-m. AoMenrrwluwa. t
and'tolly have, 'donetheir4dally, 'when from ,
Slwatttuulail sway te ear ,
; ...of their;conduct. but their sin el IIM_I'". Oatalora.' toe. ; : ,
jwlll they have flown their last gut
li* Gild them out.. and.-th:*areiytheg ;: picked"up thelrzlast'morsel flight'of food and' 'U.1SiN:' A M :: ''F A."D.E'L-E.-S\: : \ 'Sl: > Y
-_ __. j conviction their foiois'hness and and cleared their bills on napkin of ; ,:

""' guiltwlU-.abash-themv:t and then at bough.then! on the top'twig they* snod' beyihbr sad l.Ne.cCe ease's IJ' ......CV..V'OBe 1On: ..... .ilorean 1bey ayS ......waiar trMter taeaTeay other ftri. 'Ton 4' ';" (Atn ) ., o,:>L'
lastthey'wlil .__ ....... w"' Sup _ Row 1 Mix MOMUOai WIUJU a;; know the sense of d"r wnaouf ripping Nt- 10 >J'e. Weaak aad -
?, r; sing one song ot kpow they . ._..." __-___,.__ --. !
_'JI//0; Jr" gredaUonTaTid Mlf-epntampt-whlch: sleep sweeter for It'f i' -;'*: ;;: ''_::[ ,:-;;;-I -- .; :-.--' i'.c" ;:y' :;:> 0 J -- --- "'r--.. r" -I" :T' '-- '>-,--' T-- --".

i:.ashould be theirs now. "As the thief Ob that might event ..:'--'y'; r1'1'A"; **.''f "
-. ? we slog every!! ; ....c..r f: ft .," ) .... ftI
ill :bamed'wh'n-b. ,.y 'rt
< -a tr'tound out ao ing and morning and let song,touch ,, : ; ,
e. : the house of Israel wW be ashamed. .. N, ';;:' 1'",,:' "W .
; ,
: all the .through! OS : that '" .
song way > 1' t
: :1) .Jt, ,
reTlV-aafp.*..n..O-of: "talndand ? \ 1 :' : ,.: f. .t9 w.'. t'a
.:we could put'.oncund.r our burden "i. .. tillo Printing , ,1C ; .
r: '' hI'1 t1r
.?darkening of heart and obtuseness of '" ; >
\'i. :
.011, that we couldVaxtract the sense; 9 .' ..._ ,.,, '. : 1 ''' '
at conscience can be .,p'r.llele4amoDC Lot When .; r : : q ;, fir : '' '
sorrow-by "
sbngl sad -
: thing 7t "
: oarselves.Is Tl '.Dot, true' that In would nor poison so much.: ... '. "' :. ';' '-:" ': -<; r ,f. .. ,,,,.. :,, ,,,i1"f'i.i-, : ,.. 3'L: i< .
aoc 1.1.?etbJca..ihe unpardonable sin 4s 'Whentroubles. come go at-.them I'f.. a ;nrrar,.\; ..: ,... .: "' '' .s:"w". '., r .............w' '',,d; ,. 1"" J .' ."....',.. -'\' rv-rw :. ,.j 1"l'AIi'lj:' ; J otilj,1H.-r- :: :.'' =!"'II:iL-:,
i1. :
44 be 'I1'I\'i'j7
to found out! In- -It . %
:; ; many cases with' song2*When grief aarlsa, sing ,. < >..- '4- i.. ; J! +
101 ; ? ......nescrJltlon errii" I .i.t ;,
Vfs-not '
; :
:: )
the thing:.Itself that 'men fear dowd. -QLiEv f < . :;;
them t.ttttbe.olee'of.pra1l. > .
: ;::$ ; ,, __ ..... ,
", ,7 and ,condemn;and II are 'ashamed ; :' T. =T.\,. ;\ ,. .. .rb'f": ; .' ,",.. ....
of againstloares.'V'" ?,Praise tOx>dt;by rUtgvj "" ; "./ ,"i o'f A:' -1'' : ;', ,', .:. Hit
"t.- >
( ,
.. . <
> > "
: ; : .
f nyttylny yHfc pTpr.anr 't>f ft.; g-that-wllI4lft ro.abovetrlalsofevery :- : ,. '\.f'.1.'J.' .j. -\ "' ....I ;" : ', : ."' "" .,, .. .... ,
,b" keen enough sensibility todlscrac. sort.',-,Attempt! It. .They sing' .''r (, ; ,l"fj." ..,," ; I "r, .Neatly-Executed: ; tid .,(,;, . .. "! !'
1 wand :
; ) 'rl
$ ..ttr: n. :' v. ,3 ., ,, ;;. : 'r 't11
;\ e '
A: bat not for the thins Itself In Heavent.andamong;: \ Gods peopleon : ..1: ..,. : . .. . a ." 'k ,. !.tfti.. 'f" ," !'i
""f' ._. t ,
which, :U the.dl.graee.Menwwlil4o,' earth song .. thj appropriate Ian .. . .7 .. ..01> .f.t :;t ., < s. '"'''' d ,.... ,,1." .. .
> '' 1\
"' : -- \
[ '
things 'Uhlal1 easf conscience "; .1" I
< tor vot 'j
Kuage Christian'' feeling.-Utnry ,' ,, ..1' :
: ,1.
.. -.'which they r would \\ : '. .- r l J'I, "'J
Wad' Yn..s;::.: a, n ,. < . .,
;ab., *.theywere:'found 'oiffi/j Onr' moral.standard .,.' > ;"\. - ' !.f.: I. _Send' U. '-'::0"'u'.r"O" .. : /. ,',-: ; ':-! '.
.. .., : 1 ,v :0' S,
.. c-juClcmll1t- 10 ma lt just "I.I1.1iDeoJQ: lOJL.errJee.: ; 1.1...,_ _, __ : ..:.... -.- .
.. ..,.. ... _._ ,,,,,,, , '1'd : -- x' (
that must J ; '"
f-the 1
o| community, Oar We that '
t. :;. conscience not forget,. oar calling r. .
"o. ., is largely, a/Jocial-conscience: is a high one...How often we hear* ' ..., t "; ._ ,_T, .. .,, _._, ", , ." .,. , h. .... . "' ->' E
l merely: Dot Individualand. 'personal It said ia oar-prayer meetings that wear J- ; :; : c. -"of"tr- i r'l'' :

'Ind"Nfah but,ltmposod- upon' tall; byaoclety to serye the Lord la little things W : ;" .<

y rit a code or mannara-and rules i ties,.:::.sad=:it-4s-a-great' ceurforttt'atlUl ;: theye': : ; to,1 .
_"tti..,. .which'we must..not tranigresiuUItJano ;'Wl.\h.C the giving of'a .1 JjiciohkfMytiing:: : : : ; 1-S-- y j, ;,1:,

exale $ttoo- to say that we live glass of water can please God and thesweeping '."- ... .. ." "
by thUcode, the Customs ' a. _.. .. ; ..:;! .!. ., $
. .more by and of a-room-can glorify Him -' "'-.. rr. -. t. ?t p- -Tn". : ; ,
.;: \- restraints. of society; than b>,<: the holy But Tree Be-to us if-we. are content '
;tC".la..ot. God as a.1lchttooul! a with: small.-servlcelJoo much bu.sih s's.s CcesS: :advertisemnent' : i tour

l 'lampr-to-.otir'pathv Much'of,:this Is1 thought of little thing*'belittles..We ) .-?, .
..t. ,good: and represents the accumulated.] -., should'"attempt'great things '
"p gains of the past a certain standard forl] Caleb :
4. J said: T Give me this
... "J of living: below, ,which men are not expeeled mountain,*..Mary brokCLthe alabasterbox fs.p' .it-p. r m1g. profitableretth : -,-
: to talla: moral and even a that :exceedingly"precious.- : .y.. ;

'f '''..., Christian atmosphere which affects !4; ail and which is responsible for much ardcounted it joy-to aulfer'lorUI.' .. ;.. ....'..........:'..W>.!,,;. r. :; 1" ''''f' ' _' \ '" ...-
": """ t..the'. food that-is la ns.,' -One only sake> Let us not be eaallT'coot.nt., '. r ."; .. '- r >!J I'..\.>." _
w:;'Jeedf to tl"* for'' t-l/ttle'n' / : sr paganvcommu<yi. The note of heroism'should be In'.00" '" .

.to.teQU.e:' 110w'JDucb 'we giving: in our! serving.Ou/,Klog: deserves I ": 11jrns : 1 , ',;
t- .. ...i. ... 'I_ .
%' '; owe to the general Christian standarde and'er.octJI.kl illil.-.D;': : "(jq'' fl ; ;jO" 1"s . .. :. .. 1- !!,' -r7- .. L :; ;y

.= our.conp.trTfe.snch.M, J 1.1*, -Atihe., Babcock, J D.s D -"y _'. : ,,, .d. _! ..J'F"; .\ c. .. " *... "'" .. <.t' .. .
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,off Tk:'Kissiftfficc '' y ViUey, .Gazette.PUBLISHED Bc.... Democrat in Fact.If YI :
i \
did not belie -
th e editor of this paper .
... ... I '
"I' t. ,. of W. J. Bryanto NA IL S'
r that the election ; .
FRIDAY' the would redound to the "
EVXRY; !' presidency '
II J"' good of all Ita people of the United
t Valley GazetteBuilding' States, he'would say so, but he is convinced S N'0" 'iil1 'ii-Z; '. f.8tk ...,
rLIRe1MMEL O8CJsJOLA OOU TY..J'tA. that unlass the Democratic par ,, ..
1 ty eels conS .l .
o t >, the coming sid( tion laws'wOl' be.enact-I . . : ." .. '
W. B. HARRISaltos. ,and',. prop'r.: rd by Congress during the next four ;. .
=-w years that will make tuts country far .

SUBSCRIPTION'.'.RATESOfMoopr. ."...' .:- : more undesirable to. I live la. than if 1wttro it IS. """, e . r , .
ntonarcHvi "
: *1On a
.an* yew.: N 00A { \ 60 ; 8 Lbs for-25 Cents .
*_" aix : *; l)urntf: the time thWtispublloan par. .
Onuppy,three awntho..u.a.: ,MAl'ocmmunisstbna : ty bas had uenidol; of the government. "' i'.r .
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A, ,, ......--pond.ntol_star .wUl must;exapE not is dlad bot'""raturncdtinleea' by:'our Ui".authors writerXajactad .:', Instances amount fortunes of have have seven been'reached hundred made"Lh that million*.larmtnJr fn some(-dol" S. .-- :Is::then}'"tI 11e\ ft\tO\ pre.'S ._ *. i-4----,. :I- Pennjf7 Lbs;for. 25' Cents, ;;<..

-" .Dad for. ' Jars; trusts hliVe< been formed to con //Jthe .
is r.-.r, ?r ... .. w w.-r.- -I.--- .rol| every neoensarv commodity;courts ,S: par .. Children'forschp61. :8. ., '
Entered.t th. P..t.omceln Klulnuna,'FU.:MwadclaM have assumed the rluht to dictate by ,.
; how the common A .
null matter.Friday the Injunction process good (
--._...... people, should exj t, even \to the ',
'-" extent of interferi'lnff In the homo life; 8' lime 8t Cut. on Other Goods. Price Before Buying.. : .We _
$ept 11, 1008. entire is'so h ney- : of Ginghamsfrbtti ,
In fact the structure! il eesire-taRetiucetorkfor Cash.----- '
;..." com I xid with laws and assumed laws ; '. -'-" '''''''-- 8 ------ 1.w. : ."
t :.
". that clasH is set airalrtsl class. and the : 8 to 'i2.Ll2cyard = .. .. "J:
wealthy at -i-j
,. Democratic Ticket. few have Jjecomo immensely .. :
the expenau of the great majority, and .
S and Percales S
.. the peup Ie no lon pr have a voiceIn. ;

+ ..For-pr. HI* BALL.KY.,lontt.I'EIectonr. 'the-Tontl-acir-of-the The Democraticparty jrnvernmentm Is opposed i 'Ao" S'; are .' c'heaper---L---8.: . B. M.akil1so'nCO ; ;
ROBERT 1' W IH'Tl.KR.R.: DAVIS all of this and If placed fn power willat ,
UBOKOKO: MARTIN.nA ohre enact laws that will give every ito "
*' M UKL 11:. PA 8CO. citizen a.chance to be a part of and S.' >v they'were '
For. KeprewnUtlvB In 0..0. 2d Dlstrlel: have voice in the administration of '
? '

. ..,!,:.! ,." --.,,.,_. -- ......owe......uv'...I.For....-. 44ov w'IJJ'1"rnor t u: R'' T .."."",, "affairs Io4latlora.l..of.cea..wUl.bc the days of .negru\uxer.duuination_1I..QQ' I ,. .... ...,.....,..-.:_,............ . V t ... S To Q duc"eStQ.cJ.J! I
L t Nor A. o.doo.mpiss":KOOM.I 't.-'t". : longer will Immense fortunes ;>.. .piledut bed aaaaaeaaavn-A-1 6.a.aayae. ...1'1. R7'?, ., "., .

r. l.I .i"r; : and, supperless to I . .
(W.;; VJ KNOTT. that the few"" might become. drunlt op S; : .a S 0 .if:
I. For hwretanr o : .
,. champagne.The
HfLAYCRAWFORD allowed1 to S White Shirt Waist. worth *3.25 reduced to.2 39
KeoubHca'n ,
For Attorliev Oem-r.l: oarty J-; fJ
.. ., .
-' I'ABKM. f ItAMMKl.l.. kl'f'p'control of. the *'(govern\eat.. will.1 For : 3.00. . 2 29 .
.. '..
For n( PulHrtiMlrtictiini: I.' a .i ; . .
: cAil.y all ,the conditions to 2.7.$ 1 99Cash
,HOLUlWAY.ForCommiMloner .. .. ..
II. . . .
of Agriculture: prpvaitthal' are ,now In force but ispledged .. .. .. .. .. 2 15 :
I' H K. :Mcl.IN. to a coupon (th.t will still fur' : II fly .. 189
.. 1"0rJuoM..or the : thIs S 1. 1. 11 : ) : ::17t 1
WILLIAM A.Hnpreme.Court HgiKKR.Ii' : ther enslave! the comnioppeopleof. .. ; .. .. ., ., .. .1'
: THOMAS M. country .. .. .. .. : .. ..' .. 1lommendng '
VV 1:115: : : .
We auk every honest manevery manwith VVV .. .. .. .. ., 1 56 .
For Bonator, 19tbIHtrl..t\ : a spark of American manhood Iq 1,85 .or, d. l't7
L. (1.! MA8SBY.!! . II.. .. .. .. 11
who be- -- - - --
for Member of LtgiHlalure" his composition every man .. .. .. l.W5 .. i ss ,.:
u u .
i- i () 8. AiKKl.: leves the people have the right to rule ,
.. .. .. .. ..
For ) Judge: this Country; made theirs at the priceof 1.,0 119 tI.
I .. .. ...
the blood of their forefathers on a 1.25 95
MONDAY :: :: '
.. ..
t For Prooecntlno AUoruty .
; R JUNE 1aT II.
: battle field,, which 'Is the 85
'(1.-F. KR1UBB. hundred .. .. .. .. .. 68' ,1
a For Clerk of the CM cult Court:: proper party to vote for 59"
.A. K.;1> NKOAN. W" know what the answer will bathe AUG. 10 .. .' 11 65 II .. . . U '1
O. F PKEVAT1. Democratic party. Then Ilet'on tae 500 Mile Slate Family Ticket, $11.25

rFt Amie"or: ,> < firing line and do jour duty. In Ffor- Good over the Atlantic Coast Line In each State tor the head or dependent .\.:!'
'. J.' L. OVRRfTKEKT.ForTiX Co'.locior: : Ida 'It Is n<|
'f. ut cent to Insure the election of Bryan,
; O I. BANPY.F for the next thirty ,
days. +
County Trwimirer; :- hilt it wilt take money and a great deal 1OOO Mile Interchangeable Individual Ticket, $20 i
.V B.CMILLER of it to educate' a vast number the
+.' .FQr County W. GRIFFIN Hapervlnor1O people in the north and west to the Good over the Atlantic Coast Line and 30 other lines In the Southeast H: C. STANFORD[ CO.
,r For BuftarinU-iKlent of I'nblKInntruotion" : actual condition of ..lIaln.. they ex- aggregating 30,000 miles. Limited I to one year from date of dale .

.,.., For County Oommleelnnrr E. L. Dlntrlet No. 1: an ex-1st;hour Urid,we to should send our-dollar not hesitate tokjelpthecause a day 2,000 Mile Firm Ticket. $40 .

For CouutT comuii: .iK> :rYDI.tI" 1 No. 2: iof freeing America from the and WraNNNN1114T' I ,
--Y Good over the Atlantic Coast Line 30 other lines in the Southeast, % % A t14UtiN .
For County K. L CotnmlBMtolKT K.: VKRtIRKKT DUtrlct No. if I I elutches of the greatest octopus the irjnrretfKttTiff! 30,000 mites; for. a manager or head i/t firm .and employes,
J B. HTKAlTON. l\ world has ever known-the'Republican limited to live, but good for ynly one. of such jw-rju/ns it time. Llmi

yr._e- For County Connnamionrr ELMER BAH8 Ulnlrlct v No..4 S1r :' >arty. Send may be your too dollar late. today tomorrOw ted to one yearm date of bale.- l High School Opens i First j

For IM ilon r nistrlriNo.J. !
qe County > "' : .
+ .Tim MALKER.For NOT -All Mileage Tlck.t. of Atlantic Tout Line Issue
Member. :: Plagiarizing. old prior to June l.t win be good oil Uwa__._lin r-in; the Stale of Florida .'
lWeWlBoaMdDletrletNo.I Stop \ June lat and thereafter. -

For Member Hiiboul Board Ulntrlut No S: Three weeks agoan article entitled "
-'1 For Member. B" 1"l:; ':lDI..1"1 Nj). 3: "Citrus-Footrot" appeared In the Valley .15 Cents i Monday in October '
J. B. TUMBLJN.Thu Gazette. It was a specially prepared Saved In passage fare by purchasing! local ticket from OU'lf.lent;

--- -- -.- --- article for this paper by Prof. '
Po' J1. Itolfs, Director of the Florida
4.11Y"pre... will\ now furnish the Sttftion and
ti Agricultural Experiment
..c f pjibllo with 'all the revolting delallg I was written after a conversation between ATLANTIC COA.STLINE 'IN PURCHASING YOUr SCHOOL SUP- ,;
anent the Harrls-Annli mu:der.n that Ilentleman'and the editor of PLIES DON'T FORGET THAT WE )"
I his paper on that subject. During -
Senator La Folleue! arts mighty the last two-weeks!" it has been reproduced PortlckeH; reservations or Information, call on nearest Atlantic Coast Line GARRY. A FULL LINE.
queerly for a Republican. He 1* hon'e In good manY of tbe Florida Agent, or ,
w ,l enough to be ID the Democratic but not: one of them has- seen J.V CARR T. P. A. J. G. KIRKLAND P. A.
sal .party. fit to gIve the Valley Gazette due credit TAMPA. FLORIDA. -
r Bradford ,, and one paper went to the extent of T. C. WHITE, G. PA. W. J.-.CltAIGr P. T. .M. KissirnmeeOrujCompaoy -r
A woman named Maude crediting It to the' Bartow Courier-In- WILMINGTON N. Ct '
Warren has written a book entitled .ormant The inflexible law In this .
"The Land of the Living." She evidently office Is that everything,,whether It be _. -- etLHKtHi1re. '' '''' , KUslmmee. one line or one column clipped from 0
an exchange la properly credited to
Kissimmee Works
LI' Oak ta vuQD aJt a free excuriloD Wagon (
the paper originally producing, : . ,
... rfe &11 oeat'bl.po1nL8to;jJiatcitrr -
be> announcement failed to state what -- v OPPOSITE CHRISTIAN CHURCH. ;
!It would cost to live-there a day. J. W. HOJ PSOi-"Pi :
$ -
Under N\f"w Management, with : Experience'a.nd"Up-to-Date. :
:'Electing that Socialist, FetUirrew, A \ ,' ,1' -.Blacksmith Wheelwright and Horseshoer. .' ." =

to the Legislature from Manatee coun- ,....'. .' .- t 'r, All Kinds of Frames ,
t,, .-t.1"wO year head..* ago fie has; now welled wante that to gentlemanfi' be- Y y :,',,>'.:'All. Ki fBlaCkmitt:1.; : Wheelwright Work and Horseshoeinga -, = FUNERAL, DIR. fiPTOR> 1 i ,I..m' to.Order = p"t. 1

Goernor' I .I{:. .' ', :
YR ,. '. 'Z' .' r--v Specialty. "aiALL "', LICENSED ..EMBALMER ,f''-. :4 '.

k ,' An ignoramus of an editor bee comet WORK GUARANTEED SATISFY.: I Prompt attention Given to Ir"? :\ ,
t+ + > front and tells ua what to eat for .. .
breakfast., What we want to know li -- -- I orders sent by mail or .
: Nice Line of Ladies' and
the wherewithal to Y .
whereto p" buy t o7 telegraph.
something to eat for breakfstt." will .. Rlab,1d R.JOHNSTON.Oseeola ., :
.t Yor _
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tl Cents' B, ( rial) Robes.PHONVE --------- ..

t '* Application has been made for a :;- - oQ ...: Residence West Side of j lit. .
charter to build'a street railway 'in "\
} 78_ Court House
Square. .,
1 8anfordWonder if .. .. v .
the owners Intend I .
3 #0 to contract with Editors Bell and County .. Lrfk.iA,;ere.ieW8arer draerae. . ....;..a., ...oAt .is..a eekag ,er,6 y'ir"' .
k Holly to furclsh hot air necessary : ':

', operate H? . J.- REDOUT ,.. p, .
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"AbstraQtGomp 11l +waY'w"P '4=tR'+rtu r.retPr fr
One of the largest battleships in our -
.Of'" 'to 'vy U to. be named Florida, If she _:.r.E W ILLE R!_ A N'q' 7
r. make ai 'irood a showier for'berselfa OCKfiNl [ NORTH KISSSIMMJEEC. ; PHONE N0 r
5. Jr.UL :
have tb.1.roo'p. of this State in all 1 i 1 :
\ the war fought, she.will entitled to. Call 'and see my tine of Watches.. Real'estate if
_'carry- the led flffAlawyer . Titles examined and reported On 1 1; t W. Griffin
.. Any article of Jewelry Promptly Ordered Taxes paid for non-resident '

-....._.... ,, ;down in Tampa by the upon'Request. Instruments relating to real estate., .. ,
a name of MoNamee thrashed a Spanish BICYCLE SUNDRIES, carefully) drawnCorrespondence. .
editor named Otero
for-roasting him
... '. '\'In his.MeNamee'paper If ezampteeditors more men would would follow ' ) Solicited.. fe Fancy Family Groceries' ;

1 .. be more careful their criticism. --.. '

The ISt/Lucie Tribune print an ar The Gray stone .* WILLIAMS. KIDNEY PILL wYtfi. l 1. Fresh ,Meats. J'
Mieleintwhioh Itasks H.T. you be kote4 ,oatKId.e' Have; 't J '
the-question KI..IU.. yon overwork roar nervous py.leM. anacanaw T2_ Day at any Hour. Patronage Solicited. ;
+ 'VWho will be elected President" ... FLA. ]trouble with, TOUT kidoayt and bladder a Deliuery ery .

Why Bryan of course and tbe'Flor- Hare Ton pains In 101D.,,crotM of and the L..aacrorrk>AsalJY eauaL..... ......__...'ud4.C. ........ ,,'1
Slave a flabby
bladd.rT ppaamnoa
Ida editor who doesn't know yon
it should
r tY : move to Key West' or.' some other foreign 00'Lake 'rnhopt'ln.Jllla.H | U sane desire,'wipoeUlly. Mpaw .seaport. nf, Fishing Shooting, wltiours rou. --AI O eeoia.rbamor "
-- ,} Bathln*,. Golf ,TeIDIIIL Roque; Pflcetao. '. :; ".' v- Improve and protect,yourhouee-; .....""" "'"" .
We SlrWalter Scott ,Cricket Clock"Golf, ..Baseball;, I will be pleased bring( my 1907 . r "JIJ
a ed one million dollar* with hi epee :Trap Shootlnir.c' '.' "': ; : ample book. to your'house-and
-it has been a question at time how* the Terms $2.60 to O.SO per, day, F.--KRIB'SS1 make any *u..reuon.In the latest ." A.CAItSO.:: ':'. Ry.idnt. N. c. .YU. ...... .I'!.;,'.: :
butcher and baker would 'eventually .15 to t21 per-week. decoration that you nay deeirerDrop ;
vcome. out m their dealings Wlt40" but me a card and I'will <'heerfullyfur .-. 'I'2. ,: 1'1
-- with"tutinformation-we we .take on renewed :", 5. : ... ". ,ATTORNEYAT- .LAW.. \ *- ) lsb ,estimate* on p "' '
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bopeof .1'0 O\J.r'F.leod.- ,I.,,. : *.and. psHotinrr .-ti- + + ;ii "
-i yet making-John-:look OffiCe1n'the Courtsimrnee. HoUBe-Ki.- fORLANDO. : :
at the V &
like a. Russian oopeclc.If I Come and tryaTcea: : ". J Carson .GrocerLJ( O
hotel. Single'meal.', SOe; 21 Florida. v.VVItt

you are 'troubled with pessimism .'. meal tickets- *10.. "L.-a It,1 o t\tl.-.per... .. >\ rob'nj w1)l) .Y A assoelfted in. tb.1trl.1 OR Ili .........r::.. , ...o..e... n1 R.t.ll.......h-- .'
and of -4a77---
a feeling foreboding M tOKl.- '
p. of flrn
N c uses the law
1I *development,. dollar and for futuregreatrness.spendla. membership "MasJer & snow, of' FLOKIDAV. .Cs.CRICOUNTY. '

J In the Board of Trade and attend a H. W T:H.U R41t'A N; 'Orlando-: -, ,: ,-- ;" -
few meeting And take in the
part dls- '
cusslons and deliberation of that PROPRIETOR. ,i i..1.. ..
body. If this doesn't cure you there R ,O. MEEK .__. Af"MT .FOR

,,,. ? eligibility for - . W. i .
.member.hlp-in--the Ancient-Order of ""H.w-:Yon .Mabyti r. yO..OUZOB If Y"f T'T'T
Incurtblg Knockers., Ha for- ..1.! ahoto&landild'everyportion r CelebratedYPertilize ht-I-r E s.: ?
i .Ji' Then watch hlo"I,. And above ail ':"t. of Florida adapted for farmiIBK a
Ihinss.doB'l let ii.surt'trfur" any length .- :or tba rrpwlDK-oC iridti and vegetables GRAI N" ET 'Qtt ,_
70Tb day i dle i gatlon: of orange of time with-worms-that .fe' fatalr If .. of.byery-Yartety-also pbo o --- Zirewb.r* and prt_ Sm" -;,:--'--.......,.,
grower met nTampaadresoluted Its complexion gets yellow and timber and ranch land. ""
Duty phase;; Fi r.ak.d cc "
." 'many: rood resolute*.They hare done if It is listless,;n-oe. or peevish, meta RE .M'ESTATEKISSIIM .....'1\' .. Applloatiea.FrD f '.'> ::i1
wI this every year for .the pat fifteenandthey .thin, suffer' with 1Iatulen give ItWhl. I. Ezceptionalfr: fine; bargains: in or- "
; 'will more than likely do tbe same ...'*VermlfureTheoolT( 'i-- angergroYei..Liatyour property with
Oal: years. they have tbe past fifteen.everyone cure that never fall and ha no-bad him; he can sell It.-rent-if and collect E S :Ir u uR.S -- = fOou
: of them forgot all about tberesolute I effects,; Sold b>Bober.on'.Pharmacy. A' jour rent*. .; : -wic/: o :
' 'PL
and begin toO" pink fruit a ; RI
q .month, too"early and ..hlp'to: any ;J ;. r Pmts, q..t. ,1'/ A {ent'fol'besEp'Ire'anm Life.Inturanoe I
'man,'whgther responsible or not, In an'1' Farming land'.t. 'Haiaroock: Grove Use old Dew papers'in'ypu bolo, and. Armour''. Fertiliser; ; =::1t'V:,; )1,P'xoaucf ta, 'Spec: =.lty,,!
endeavor to beat .t, i birg.t bunch of dollar. -_ fenced.APP'' to"Mr, Drought. 3t1 at 200 oer hundred: Kisslmraee, .- 'lorfdA'. .c' 'ax

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The. 'shank-end of the season, to quote. .our. 'friend Bill ", 'We are exclusive AGENTS for 'this terrItory for TilE .

., :. .. Nye, will soon be' hero, and we do not want TO carry over PELJLBOELIN: :KEROSENE LAMP:. the .]light f that has more ,.' .. A'

our Stock of Refrigerators and Freezers and other .Summer light for ) money; ,' and less' care required 'to:'operate it.. '. ',

goods and wrwe will)) give the public the beneilt'ofwholeMlcLTO.4netfon :,,; Guaranteed .
"''''r J10I 1lCXIJoklvHO) . candle-power. Six Jiours; ,. ; .' .

_'H"" ,. ._,._ ,::wfHntend ,making,until all are: disposed, of'. forONE CENT.... .. ,. ,
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"U. -- --;-- and-invite Inspection" f '-:- "-- - J1JE'.IJ- t:' ) 'SrllHOS/typewrltett; "J'Vrltert, o-t r--' '

..;.. While with us we wintake pleasure" Iii' showingour' 'OJ'He Everything visible all the time. TFio most perfect? \." _

>other 11 ties consisting ,of Ifirrjilturo or all kinds Crockery, .machine on the'lJl l'kct. Cash or' instalment ; -- '. ;

F .. Glassware Tin and Agateware Stationery/Books Pictures THE '
, DEN-CAMPBELL3SJIITH CO.'S Pianos; OrganHJ>! ; :
... arid V Musical Goods.. '. and Graphophoiie:* (Columbia, ), and( all attachmeiitH> : -,and .; .., ... '--. .: ";
', want to In i : V .,
Wo. .interested
get you pur goods jos we gnarTHE -" appliances. ,Cash of time.. 1

--aD ee.-P'rJces..nnd..ciuau considcrod..:.will; avoynu.anouelrV .. : . .
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The KfssimmeeVa11cU(Gazette Fifty'piece of new Gingham Ju.,t1 1 Maklnson sell\.nsili I .8"S.. ;for 25e 1." .Cltrlcultnre at Waco. A, A .-/'/re.ek- -'--ASek.eusutti V, V

received at Katz's.Fifty . 'For Bicycles, Shanibarger.. Or

4 ... ,.... ....... VVVVt TELEPHONE- NO. 11.fe . received. pieces at. Kate's.Subscribe' of, new. Gln". haBM just.... 1 lando. -'Kodaks'" .and.'.._... supplies-_....9.6t.Eestman ...,,... ..t.v".II-ff A representative, in company.-a--1 "ii.Ulf'JI''I.H\with of the Mr.! .'Valley Will+ 1..tI'IL'lf Mose-Gazette \ r---------: JUST:RECEIVED..... t A...J.FJJLL: N1L OFoods. : :"'';-' ''-'';'('t"
''' : O.> TlI.I"lI; nLt nlaet: : ;
PUBLISHED: EVERY FRIDJY for McC..IP Marsalne4- at'', at Waco OD. 'Lhe Florida Midland '.'
50 cents a vear:-at A.. !3.: 01H rt'!. Fine line or pocket knives at railroad. last Monday, and although !
-BYW. Klaaimmee Drug Co. iwhi.w
: _Mr. A. A. Loll, who hag 'been .pending / be had heard much of the fine Grange:. ;
.. .<+__ B.OFFICIAL MARRf . " the pant two weeks ,In Plusburg A pencil given ..with'each tablet 1.0 groves in that Section, he found that" .ose.1
children at Osceola the half
. .: Pa.,-160kl1l11' after business matter, school! .Pharmacy had not been.told. The time .
WEATHER REPORT. la expected homein' *. Madam ,del Antonioreturned thin between trains .la too abort to see (. ... '
week from anextended visit with anything like all the II'roye.there., I 1< _
, I dar.AYM-M. tompmtu'r. for'w..k ixllnThur_ Mrs, Allison,and baby of M(can friend near Tamps.Miss and this Writer only had the pleasureof '
i"I: Kept. 10. 1901.KrkUr opy, who have been.pendIIW several) Ruth Oyeritreet I I. expected' visiting Ward & Moieley'a tangerine . ( i.
:1 week here visiting. t\ family of Col.
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grove and! Chase: & Comp.ny's -
from a visit to friends In FortM rv
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RaintmU- t'
' _.X. .In'. ,- .I L.. Moon", "left for tWTr home yes- ade. nursery. T was .
V t. terday. plaDted'only three rears ago and < :
} ,\iw Mr. Geo. Weatheree.vho ba been; shows bow quickly, with proper care I'
Mr. E. B. superintendent
Smithformerly -

! .. 91 I '7J of the KUaimmee; electric light spending: his .."mmel"yac..tloD': home and attention, an orange grove can .Canned Fruits. Jellies. Jams, Marmalades_ l Vegetables,
B.turd.7 ., 92 78 returned Tuesday to Nyack. N. Y., be grown. Notwltk the J,
standing pasttryo :
. with the light plant in Fish
.104t I 72 DOW Etc. '
l'" ;(flanday.Moodmy.Tbunday.. .. .. III 71 Tampa, spent Sunday here, Ilreetlrhi. where he I Is attending school and preparing years of- drought these trees are'dow .
;: ,, ., r himself to enter the Christian large i
:.' r II .1\2 enough to hold a box of
'W.du . . ..r; :MlW: I 1.,1 1.UM1! old friend 1 'Alliance ministry : fruit each, and are still putting on L Co "
) Supt. W. J" Sear I I. holding the Mrs. T. M. Rivers and cblldr / ho Irowt.h..Wltl years! favorable seasons R' SVF1V&, : ,
regular September examlpatlonjrtor have been on an extended visit eb jelative next crop should pay all ea- HI
teacher at the court house this week. at Lake Park, Ga., returned penses of the 'grove since it was .
I There are ten applicants for certificate home yfesterdav, accompanied bv Mis plabtetl.Cbaie. vsFuir'R'I'EF'w'vP'ww'w-- _n1F'sf-rP4'YrrYr- c
*, seven white and three colored. Peterson, Mr. Rlvern ,!slstcr, who := & Company! nursery, which'I
t I' The Board of Trade meeting T\",*- will spend some time beret is in charge of Mr. J., W. Hoard, I II alIght 1
THE LOCAL f EID.alni l well worth traveling lootidisLance I .
"I ida y iiiklit wa a enthusiastic. one, MFs Elizabeth: Wilson leave today '
_. and many project looking: to the ad-' for Nichols, Flat, to join her mother to see. Thousand of beautiful': C. A. CAHSON.Prmldmt.. t.: A, CHANBORO. S. L.:LUPFERK1SSIMMEE .
- vancemeot of Klsslmmee and Osceola and brother Jasper, who moved to bud of all varieties, staketrainedand ] v..t.. .: .............
in '
county were referred to the respective straight row, looting as neat .b.
NM-aA- -K that place some time ago. She will\ beaccompanied and trim-a well '
a kept and
committees for investigation. :
her brother-Charles.
by I without a sign of white' other
I fly
I.: "Wadefihe Tuner Orlando. Mr. C. E. Franklin I III having: the who !goes down on a prospecting'trip. Insects This or injurious -

.''; Go to Makinsoo's for nails old residence on his lot near the Dr. W. J... Winn left Wednesday for started byo Mr. Hoard. nursery only three was LUMBER CO.()
court house moved to an adjoininglot Davton 0., where he goes to ,bring: : years ago! and is already assuming ,
Mr. Slater Reed visited Ogee last on-the opposite aide of the block, home Mrs. Winn and the childrau. mammoth proportions, 35.000 buds """ SS5S *
: *- week. making room preparatory to. erectinga He was uuuoropanled aa far a* Atlantaby . having-been. put in last. spring.. Besides ---- -- t

...a . Dwelling] for rent. apply to M. new brick residence. Walter Bronson, whom he carried this nursery Chase & Companyalso 1',
- Tiller. The county commissioner at their to that city to have an eperatlon performed have a fifty-acre bearing grove
(", meeting Monday appointed for epilepsy.Mr. ] at Waco from which they will get ten Rough. and Dressed
McCall' Pattern for sale by A S. Clay Johnson meet the o.erInm'DtenlrlDeerw i twelve.
& W. W. Cooper, head of the or thousand boxes of fruit this
1 Gilbert.. / at Fort Myarn-on september16th Cooper Contracting Co., who have the i lesson. and a large: packing house I
i ; Miss Alleen) MOOD 1 visiting friend and confer with them on the matter contract for erecting the new High ] with all modern Improvement, all ofI 1 Pine
'' 'In DeLaod. .*" of liiiDi'ovlog' the Klssimmee River School building came down from which 1* under Mr. Hoard' manage JUitmber. "

,. route. Lake Butler Wednesday to look after ment find supervision.: Preparations fcU -"- '.
Rev. L. D. Gelger. of Aponka. 'spent| I ,Buy your monuments and tombs of the progress of the work. He returnedto are'already being made ,
V Sunday In the city. F. J terry: the builder of same, and. Lake Butler: Thursday, where he la ping fruit and Mr. Hoard, expects to I j
''v .k Fifty niece of new Gingham: just save the agent's pommlssioif of 26 percent at present engaged: In finishing up a have his packing house in operation I' ./
received at Katz'i. Let me hear from you. Come similar contract. *> in about ten days. j HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY.V.

.. VV Lace curtains and figured lawns at and look over our finished work.F. Now is the time T/o plant your gardeb I .-------- j -,
, Stanford's. J. TERRY: ,, and Crenshaw Bros. Seed Co., A Burglar m ; -
cut prices at
.... aug.21J.inaiOrlaodo.FlBu.Married .
T&mpaFI."lfItbeplaee -to (jetjourfceed. << 04ba.d cough"lie'doeyr't 1
I ;.. The Home t Store'are.. agents: for the at the home of the bride's They have true .Hermudaonion care for gold or silver, but he will
: 'It f. White Star laundry. Phone 154. parent in North Klaslmmee. on Sunday acts and seed, absolutely pure stock, steal your health away.. If be, ppearll' """' 0"

.]_ e Forty" : roll of matting at coat "for] : September 6th, MIllS Mary: Ann, and don't forget: they have FRESH garden In your house arrest him at'once with i.- 1.
... cash. S. C. 0.- HDW. Co. daughter of !Mr. sod Mrs. Willis and flower seed apd poultry sup Ballard's' Horehound Syrup it : Stables. '
V "' 'Hall to Mr. Joseph Louisiana, of plies. aug 214t I mean consumption if you don'ti:,,A SunUySopth : i :
p Wagon and buggy: umbrella for i Tituivllle, Judge W. II. Johnston; of- Mr. H. R. Nick, of Port Richey, for all. cough, cold and chest cure .. .. .
t T-isle by J. .J. Dann. aiif J4-tf Bctatlng. Fla., spirit a few day here this, week! i ble*. Price 2So COo and IMO] > per ; f -- W.- : : ,

Just Received complete line of j Mr- Pllley left 'fail'' farBaAl- looking after some property Interests. tle. Sold by-GLobcrcon's Pharmacy. L. H. INGRAM. Proprietor. 1 ,.. .Ii
j %. school supplies aOsceola Pharmacy. more to purchase her and Vvlhter Mr. Nicks owns eleven acres of land -- --- + .

New cement' floor put down in stock millinery.. She may decide to' within the Incorporate, limits.of Klssimmee ; ..Mr.-A.J. Booth,went over to-St..Augustine ..\. \N\He.\.N.\\\\a\.N\N.. aaVswea* V'
; were visit New-York also before returning. and getting bold of of
: a
copy / last Monday to spend/ }&., few"days
1 W-.C.-Bass's meat marked. buildingthis During-'"Mrs. Pilley's absence MIsS ,. the Valley Palette and noting the seeing -the sights of the ancient 1 '' ,'sROAD1'",
week. Jefferson I I. looking after her ralllln.-.,] many improvements that were taking cltv. j LIVERY SALE and BOARDING .
::.: :Use Plank'. Chill Toolc.OuaraoJ': erv-busloesg. ".... *' place, decided to come; over and look II $. VI
. teed.. Price 2 J' cents. : Sold by alldougglsts. Mr..end Mrs. J. ''W.: Seymour who arouod'tdmself.<< --expressed. I J I 1 ffcom 102 ;
V LV' uln-8 have been spending the past two self as highly: pleased with the outlook $ 1-------------, MNNN.yWell \
, -" week here; .the guests of their daughter and:vlll hereafter;'ke p.posted on the $ TowBuud -
: TAttorneyJP.: A. Vans Agnew went I CityffleatMarMNOW equippecl 'vHtlt 1 ; and
v of the '
... Mr*. W. n. Harris left progress town by reading the { ,
;, uPtoJsekson(7lleon night. bUlllnf' Wedrnesdav morning for.their home at Ojus' Valley Gazette regularly. f prepared to meet all rlexnbnil'" with :Perfect,8 t1s-. }: "

it' '' where Mr. Seymour is engaged: ..In In paying his .subscription'to the : I factioi.
::1" ;; FlamlngT'-Pocket Lighten-Ignited [growing! pineapples and trucking, Valley Gazette this week one of our OPEN '.
t'without miitche* or tire. See them skr' .,\ Now Is the time to. plantvour\; (ar- leading/ tIleD. said: "You are geating ...
KlKlmmee. Drug Co. 'I[den. and Crenshaw Bros. Seed Co., out the best weekly paper 1 know '

." '.. .., \\We now" ,have in stock a splendid I Tampa, Fla., la the place to !get your 1 of in Florida) and every roan in the NORTH KISS1MMEB . .. HEAVY'' HAULING: A SPECIALTY.. ,... .J...
Ili &6 "i; .)lln LOf both pound and bpk statlonerif seed They have true) Bermuda onion county should read It and pay for It." ""' .....
;," Klssimmee Drug Co. J net add seed, absolutely pure Mock | Running a newspaper'Is the same as ] PHONE 87 ,
and don't forget t.hey'have ITRKSH, garden conducting any'other, legitimate business : -
+: 't. I 'M ss 1/lxxieCarson went up to ApopkaTDn I -1 has Its worries and.its pleas- .
,and flo" e-! d and poultry .ap > ':
.. ] -Fav'ariteFertliz ::: : :-
.,'' : tbe->Midland traio-Mooday: sites -- -"aug2l=4t- 'uremeshyworriesbutpraise such Fresh. Beef -:poricHWutton: + r s.-
spend a week visiting. friends. _' as the above/especially when secom : \ wr
'_.v .-We making exceedinglv rclbMe Mr. Hubert Fleming.. regular'sommeruting. returned homeLhi.weeICfl'om"'bl. panted_bv-nold cash,. i ' I _. _"'- ..... ...
are :
. life brighter and our soul happier, for I Ii .FREIT DELIVER. Y'h, ,, i 1.FOR CITRUS ANDALL.QTHERCRPS..
prices on furniture for the next sixtydays Mr. Fleming bad been away ] : .
i .. ,.for cash.. U:: .. Q. O, HDW. ';o. fbv several months/ during which time:i publish LheV'QOn.lnce a newspaper us that that; our. reflects endeavor credit to- I' V.' ... V t .: .. : .

'. f' FOR SALE- At a bargain small fireproof he till ted his old. home at Athens, | on out town and county a. well'. P. A. VANS:AGN W,
z ' safe in good condition. Oa.. Atlantic City New fork City.Bar ., ourselves Appreciated. ." ;i.
Harbor, Me., and various other,j : FEILTiLIZERLMATERIALS -
Y -' H. W. THUHMAN.Stove I : .... .
f eastern point:, ATTORNEY AT LAW........ j ,
wood delivered in town atx' A Leap Yer: '.Apple Party. i 1- e..
v V . "Mesir J. S. Stratton and Ackles I | 'AN6NOAAHY .PUELiC," r \ ; "
e1.oo strand. I -
per Bass have completed their hew store- "the .. IN3E'CTICDES't
;, . Ift-tf KISSIMMEE LUMBER Co.Mrs. ,. room at Peehorn and expect to open week Among was the the Leap deU&htlul'all'aln Year .Apple of Party 1 that : V .. ,'
business at place next Monday -
r W. W. Jackson returned home up' given by Miss Cornelia' Morrison.The i '" .' "
visit of several under the firm name of The DaisvllleGrocery'Company. r :
Wednesday from a "
invitations which bandpainted .
were ' '
.week 'r.ober parent In North' Caro- who formerly} ran a. store Mr. at 1''N.-St.Cloud Farr.,,. bY'the hostess to rePresent.n : J\\9 9M.. WiLLSUN; JK. ". 'M LEE-r'KISSiMMEE r
e .., ,...UDa.. 1 j' . apple, were sent 'to girls only and .
the for the firm,
will \ '
;' manage store new
' f Missionary Al"Mmc9 worded thus "ID.lte..n
The were) : escort i f
M ) . will hold services at their halt On account'of the heat demand* on I and'come with him to the Leap-Year' -.\! NOTARY PUBLIC.: ., 'i ijj > AOENT' FOR. ? u)
*. .+ 'In'North .KI..immee.'D'S'. Tuesday the school fund Incident to the erection i Apple' Social, andsee who pet the l STATS AT LANCE. $

a. nigh' of a new High School building, the : i3. A. P.,'L. A. P. and N. A. P." I Real Estate, Sanders Fertilizer CoDI DJ..Jackso ylll ;;'Fla.sal .. ..
Board at tu last .
School puttingdecided
"'., I;*;j-'Mr.; A. T. Patlllo, of Osteejf.. spent furnish free book for the i Miss Cornelia' was assisted in receiving ; I I. Fh.OR1PAr 17 08-ly 1 . ':\ ,__ .
slew days in town this week visitingrrletiyss ; by her motherMr.1.O; :H. KISSIMMEE: > ...:-__ '
i High School: this yeareliceptfGPthosechildren Morrison. The broad porches : L -
businessmatters < .
"and'jookingafter' i whose parent are unable topurchase brightly illuminated, were an Ideal .... : II \ S. . :: _, ;
% ....... i books for them The Board, of
"" .Jdr,";"Ii.- OTaves Sr', ha .had' a however has secured the necessary I; blttngappfessitspsnd.don.trioThe & ,i ,'

-=:--.cement walk laid in front of his board book and will cell thenT LOestPtlce.Next.el..wewttrpnblish guests were rewarded according-1 CIj"UCJfII"O... .. 1t1RN.' ..' A";';;"" :: .
'iog hOUSe and axt o'dlng.: pn -dowff toO 'a list of the to their uocoswith BI|Apple Pie, : -,.;. ersat.eei: x yic. :."rre.eeertr. ''''''.Gea'''.''''
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-u=. 'rmel"' l.hlw, "-,'1 V ... book used and the.cose of each. ,i Little Apple Pie. ,Another t tr..t- : "" \, ; .
" a 8AL -81x: young While,.Leg- Prof. ;:W. B. Hinton and '.Miss .'Al. ins.< Ellis : State Bonk' ofjieei: K1ss1inin ee : .
;f from Miami the Delicious fruit .
'horn br/os just through moulting and bert Hlnton* came up winning prize. i '
'.. 'ready W 1.'.- .. PriceM.. Apply -to Tuesday nlgbton, a visit to the family salad, punch and cake were, ae1'Yed.1 ';W97' F ." Kl slm Pis. :::7' iC"b;; '':;"
\,\ ..Mrs. O.' W. Best., 37tfMr' of Dr. >l. J. Hick Prof. Hinton Among those .present were. Misses ..- ',. ; ,
1' .:::Walter. ..O. Racklef,-an experi-- formerly resided here,, and by his gen Elizabeth and Annie Carson. Grace are the wt raQwe vas'1.b. .,' .... ". .....
enoed dry goods salesman of -Clinton tletnanly bearing and upright Christian Jolley,''Mary Louise,Maklnson, Vlv* -maNrHlable. a.d.reowo.L.ow7o oD PAID SJP ....Y.IU. .:.....:;y1 1. a. aoooooo.9TOCKHOLBBfl Sy

V .', N. C.;;. arrived In town this week to ac- character created for himself "aplace Ian Lee, Mary Carson.' .Kate O'Berrv, panka.who..b a.u babl.d.taadard.. w t>,.. UA..ILiT!.. ..,+..;Vvlt 'BO'000 OODCPOMVORS .) '
R oept a position in Kau's store. in the heart of our people that{ Alleeo and Eloise Moon, Kstelle 1a1P1aUa.. U de. SECURITY.....;..... ... .,. 100 000 00' '. I'Prorpt
will .I"aysluure him cordial wel Overstreet Ruby Ellis Eleanor Van' ....i..Im bs.alas less'I..n..Ni..tL "
WhO' a 1..r' x555 ., .:... -",
TJ. Reeves and ,_ (
;MrSr children", come 'to KI..immee.II.! .* Albert, Duzor, Berty Bryan and Ruth Jones, b_.1.n. pi -- :- f
",.1 have been on an extended visit. to Mr.] too, 1* held in the highestesteem by ,alargeetretoot M.e."hJI.. _Woo<}CarsonAlbert ;..Oe. ,.r taw ..rlatl.l N y .. d-:CarfMl Atteatlorpver'1oI1'v'Iattor'.eottast.9to :
1 IV.: V, '; ..1' mother at Locust Oro..Gay friend) here: -- near en..-CharJey-Moog.-uow ardaad. .....!!'9a1IIIe ra,''lat...I!M..lLDe" = a. Ci.aJt good at _all p liiita. et CkSrpest
'.;,L.p- _. 'expected-home"uezt: :- od"1---",_ I John O Carter old KlssimmeS Edgar Katz Joe: 'Butler. F. 8.'Gilbert eR1171! 00..D s en .Ast.1. \ rat... .

_ .m.. ..:_A swell line of comb., hair brushes, '. boy; who has beer an making his home Roy Overstreet, will Maklnson. ..- -. -- --..' -- : ,,., _:>__ _;_.Y0I1R-auSlf'IIESS"80U_ .' ,. ... .1T.2.i.u.. -x. T .a
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"' --toothbc-cehes: robber goodo;:.ln iaal: tt, tbertlonduraslor'the; past two. Albert iPaylrerUnnyan Stephens, > : __
., :,, all kinds of druggists: sundries at rook been Several jeory Stanford.}.. Martin 0' Berry. JTo' Be ,Happy a
year, baa pending day '. ,'.
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*-? Osceola /1'r' '" '
'f. u.omprloee at .Pharmacy. In town. .Be brought over with him a ..; I '. you must have good health. YOu can't mow'' ; V 1.0 yCP 'H.... itVV

Get your" school ,',U'pplI1ro1t1\ LhKl..lmmee" large number parrot, which re native Now Is the time to plant 'your gar have good health if;your flyers not ..... .., -
Drug:, CompanyThey to-that country and forw&lchhe den. and Crenshaw Brjos; ;.:Seed Co.. dOttiff 'l'" dutyrr lro'" butler. pwlsoningi HEALTH ,,::.. 'UI.i-PI'.t: 'Lir.f' NI,.
; carry a,full line and If they haven'twhat harfoundjreadT sale here and .other Tampa. Fla.) ,Ms the place to get your going oo all the time under such i. ANDIVITACITY; ... '
4 J you want, will order,it ,for yon. ; point In Florida. John 1* highly seed They have true Bermud onion clrcllm.t.aoOBll. = Ballard's. Herbine JOTT.; NBUVINBTWLL 1 WlttUnu. BlMdinc* Indian ud ltekis.,11.PUe ObI..........I'wtI'ab.oras' ew' .

; '" Refrigerators, Ice" Dream "freexer" pleased with Honduras and talks in- sets and seeds. Absolutely pure stock, make a perfectly healthy, -keeps The anal Iron m>4 tow. reootoral y. lor sit'ad ;:: t. ..talon atlas the .ttebcwtlo 1D,at r I
.r 'Hammocks, Canopies: .' and all ..umt terestlnglvVof the natives and their 'aDd don forget they have FRESH garden the stomaon and bowel right and sots .. Iraoctb led i nail .. doe. insunt rilr. Wlilar.ladiaa .
;:"aver! food .at: bargain prices for customs. He expects to return to that and..Bower seed and. POW..l.Up.. as a tonic for the entire svstem.' Sold b.iMs... :for tb.q.ueuS.*). by O ol,_TD Fbomwcr.WS tk. ao.ms1vie. or byiaa IB Pile Olnlxent <. Prepand. Moldoalr for. Plies orU sat W i

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X lABOR DAY .OBSERVED- .. i. *.t ilF POLITICAL. 4" ,', _11VTEBEST.- r FIRE: DESTROYS. TOWN r 6sJaveras flit ItEEPf JIG- TU1. A! = 'r SECRET PRICE. 1 IS FIXED ,, ' LfTE NEW-,.l''.' NOrES vj_>1 -o'A -

-'. ),t Before .a ''arge audience in Drown Crov,.0.." ol, Wonders of i. *h6rtageOf- "upwards o,. -'

auditorium of the Ohjo Northern University I World Ja1a-llU. has been discovered in the Of"'i. of
A" Throughout the Country WithKg at Ada Ohio Professor Aaron! Los* From Ffainei at Rawhide, &y\Fanner Union For 'Cotton supplies and vouchers Abe genera*** ",

; .Parade. and Speeches. 8: Watkins wa officially notified of Nevada, his nomination candidate 'for ,
as .tbe
.. 'big trees one of the natural ..won Rodriguez Is chief. R04rCe.baa.

; J.1RYAOT vice president*party by In his the speech national of prohibition acceptance '. JJOOH"HOMELESS era of th* world} ,' I* In serious danger fcoT service Gen police' seen are In unable to locate

W. CHICAGO OVER ) d'estruetiofn! r TALKS
: : Professor Watkins declared o by fire., Starting: PRESlDENrjARREH him Rodriguez held the same post
that the saloon is doomed in tbe Unit from sparks thrown off By an engine all Charles F. who was con--; ..
ed States, ".. ', used; to haul, logs the or. quickly \ ,. victed. of Neiy. during the
Joaa Mi&helTSpok*;' tMrion,' Illinois V Volunteer Fir. D. rtm.nt Assislml spread to tbe heavy timber mile Has. .
: Collar maker employed by1'" nianufacturr p By
mrni'mgharo, Savomabrfend Atlanta ., at Galesburg 111., .sent WIl.UamJennlpgs' COO Miners'. Worked Heroically west ot'Nle"lIortb" grove of big'trees. Which. Will Insure Prosperity to The postponemenY'untfi 1817 of the)
All"the .
____ forest ranger .in the db>trlct
Had BiC.l.brstIon.: f JlryaD.coUar: -fo.--Mr. >S ..- to s.*. the PlaeRawhUe .." were- :' .Cotton C.wer.. Japanese, International .exposition -
Uryhn'anBscotiruula.. In .. quickly 'gathered and "U1e'Y, tv :
.. Every ma! - ., whIchwaptohaVebe4.bgJll in 1914.
the. shop took' making\ the"' col ether with the settlers, many visitor I
Birmingham, ,A'a.' -Lal>orr-day In Birmingbam lar. ' NevThreethensand' living' in camp aaound-'snd In the :Fort .Worth.- Texai.-\The. 'lsu" i between i has een""'l Uy. announced., ,This
was' unusually alfenuous +. people homeless; 'acore'or more Injured I trove and the employees ol; the. Big the cotton ot ''Amer postponement .due to,.
this year. In addition to the greatpicnicat Th. Bryan democrats of' Baltimore and a property loss of over I Tree. hotel;' have fought the-' name. ica' as represented producers tbe Fram'ers' reasons' and to the lack '
are. organizing a (company: to start a ( make the properpreparation for. the ,
CertuanU Park: the crowds U.O O.OOO, is the result 'of a disastrous ever lnce. Union, and those to whOm he sells his .
Ths bolt of the Sun 'I./tb.: flfteenth -
in the city ""wer? increased 'enormously morning paper. Which The dead giant. h staple
leaves fire started 'In. Dr. GaiF! was.- formally
of the,
by the reception! .tendered( the linttrain ;.fr. Bryan out morblng be Destroyed. Already The Joine anniversary ot succesion
'' national convention its deter- "
over the neAtlanta,. Blrmlngham < newspapers In Baltimore. and the Bal-! ncr'g ollce.) 1 c led la, "the Rawhide Mother of the!. ., Fo'rest.T. agreat"deadbA11t '. Uoa.wlLhregard.lQ selling price o the emperor. .
..BndAtlftnt4c"re.lUroadtbeepen- !!!IJrOJrm-nI ..r.rJlmt; '-=. 'Drop CotnpHny'ii6undTng7T''Sn5fa' :>by] , _111 e._ IJ4LOl: _lbe.&rove,_ii and. methods- marketing.a J: B. P8ton. grand -snnlor counsel., V

In* of the Rational convention of (Iho A PocJallst speaker -In New York "k"gaTe the flre sweptapidly south aflame _and like a great: glowing When Barrett of the Far- lor of Commercial travelers -. ..- <$ .
poatofTVcB clerks', which I. attended by got to eloquent recentlyIn telling and east to Balloon avenue and up torch Is threatening\ its living neigh mers' Pre8ldent asked for a state of Texas. dropped dead while ;Z,

over 60O delegates, and the congres about t tho awful condition of the'working Rawhide, avenue to- within' fifty yard barB;: 'The Mother" 1.s' 8%feet long, ment concerning the prospect for tbe playing a game of whist"in Danl.oD' .7'.{.
siotTal -district\ teacher Irtmltutewhich \ man .that one of them who was of the People's hospital. with a trunk 78 feet crcumterence. coming autumn as affected by Texas. remains were

'opened with teachers attending from listening to him fried to commit* -suicide Over a ton and a half of dynamitewas and it will take, taken be said: .. -. acton Memphis Tcnri. .(or burial. He was .:.,
four counties.Vhll' ,the crowds were on tho spot. used in the demolition of bullet the' flame to consume It. : ".Ve have formulated plans whIch, -ex-confederate soldier,' serving,. ,

the largest seen since the confederate General Jacob S. Coxey, who led ings.names'. which.In a measure"" stayed th\ The destruction of tbd big I If. folowed. closely; will //Insure the cot. with Forrest during the civil wy.. .. r "

reunion no disorders of moment were the army of unemployed men from his dpnat-tmont progress.and R/1A The mlnA.volunteer.*, k.lraH fire I would ''be little short of a calamlt.1 crowcrs of the south the most John Q. Clilorc .president of the .
reported. home In Ohio to Washington fourteen ) : ; " The only living specimens Be prosperous year t their! History. We United : ,Chemical company
- Marion "I1J.-Jolto Mitchell former jears 'ago, baa Ifnounced that tub Intends eOjCaIbUtOflCitotflammable tbe quloas ggantea. or big trees are have learned the experience of ,.- wan blown to' pieces at the '
4 president of the United Mine Worker (to work for the popitflst parly construction1' of the t.j those California, and there the past' few years and you can asp plant of the company at Niagara

; 4 ,. --. of America" addressed I two I hoy- and for tbe election of Thomas E. der Ings they were swept away like. .are -but four groups of .these, contain- tire the commercial Interests ,of the .Falls N. Y., In .the presence ol hi.18.earld .
sand people, at the. Labor day celvbra- Watson during the presidential cam ( / !e. many notable trees south Iha the' Farmers' Union Is pre son, "Roger, when a tank -
lion here. Mlicliell the In a short time the business potidon. The Calaveras grove is probably the. ,
Mr. spoke of paign. ot pared to do Its part In guaranteeingthe'jus4wriaiwifaeof of oxygen, charged to 2,000 pounds,

rapid advance of laboring clavsex and Jay W. Forrest of New York, chair ruin,"the flames Rawhide was a- smoldering most remarkable.TRADE the section for" ..".exploded".""The"boy"waa .u.nljjj.urtll.! ..:.s. :.
.. denounced the Jdea tli'at the rich are man of the'national committee of thepeople's being finally the torlhcomlv f' twelve 'jnonjhur. I cardswere .. .
south Over picture pout
growing richer and (ho poor poorer.Ue party has established' southwestern .. .of Balloon avenue; BOOMING IN MANY LINES. !'Our tank and file now know their I IOOO"OOOO last year,:'
the '
Among first'buildings to wa 1 '
said that recently be had had go strength and their weakneS. 'he)
headquarters for the populist Collins' 800,000,000 In Britain
hardware stoie, which con the over
political ambition, but had abandoned are going to make
organization St. I/ouhi. According MAny Industries Showed Increased' than Beat -
tallied two tons of an more 799.000.0QO (
dynamite that exploded other.If .
all aspirations, in that direction lie one, and be watchful .of the country
o-Chairman Forrest the populists' will with Activity. In and about66 ,000,000 'I ,
-a terrific Julv..
rip. hurling
member of this union _do >snot
spoke highly of the judiciary, but: crltIclsed million - every
jiohl In November.
t << Its course in some Injunction one' votes burning plants and !Boards a great dis' Washington D. C.-Notably increased obtain a-prfce for his cotton U'. potato bUg on the rllll at lizt, *
cases. K. W.: Chaflu. prohibition candidate lance, selling fire to numerous 'bulld" activities in .number. of lines of : year ('ommenstl'rte Its value and Lane, onneNlcul. a ;
Atlanta Ga.-This city was wholly for the presidency. In aspeech delivered -I Ings simultaneously.The Industry In the United States -are his laboM. It will not 4e because plans laden 'wih bound to''

in the hands and in keeping of work" i at 'Spokane Wcuh., said that scenes were similar to those at rhown In the July report of the bureau not been laid carpfnly. scrupu Lake ompounee lod&y. In spiteof -
4; Ing liivn of (this section of th* stalu one of the flr ((2e_ on ifondny FYuut every county hi 1 after Inauguration, should he be elected and at Cripple Creek In April. 1896. of commerce'and labor 'which has The adjustable scale Of prices fixed posseslon of the rails until the car.

-'d' the rongrjMtdonal district working !I would' lie to cleanup the Districtof Many people were injured toy firing just been issued. There !is a con /or" the 'crop.of; 1908-09. the concentration men could sand the tracks. :

men came to take. part In the day's Columbia. He said Washington debris. siderably heavier live stock movement. of (the power-of dlposltlQn'll While the grading Main -
exerclnes and aloug- with Jhe mechanic I wai one of the .vilest cities In the I ,A famine was. feared as all the supply reported for the seven months end- a few hands, and the close alliance Manatisns, Va., was ot street r. ]

/ came the farmer, the agriculturist world. houses a*d grocery stores were tog with July than for the corresponding with ..Inner. together with srranK-},- sentry th# workmen discovered that
belpg a.. much enthused over The political situation In New York wiped out. period of elthe- of the two Immediately ments for withholding colon t..OU the their ;,!CKB went 10 I depth that Indicated
the prospH-ts 6f the day as his fellow state has'been jolted by the announcement A-subscription list was started, and preceding two years.' Grain market In such quantities at 'such a subterranean cavity, Upop
t' producer, who linn long been looking that Governor Hughes' was kissed In'a few minutes over $5,000.. wa'' receipts for July increased ov'J the limes as the Iltualon'dictates all Investigation It was discovered that a '
with pleasant! anticipation frUm'one"Labor "by a Ktrlltlng blonde," after hisbtiepi raised and n rell'trein mortal from preceding month and also over Julyof conspire to plans of the trench to the depth of three feet had \

i day (0. another, j nt a county fair. Just 'where Reno carrying fOod} and bedding. last year:. Lumber and coal movements'as union on 1 businesslike basis. It Is been dug and a number of barrels of 1"
r4 Never before ha Atlanta Been n j I the brunette Influence will be thrown All the mining towns of the .stat welt asftlie production ofiron.continue the opinion of the highest officials of flour put therein and concealed from .i
., larger or more thoroughly! organized In. an open question. came quickly to the assistance of Rawhide to show marked advance's tbe union that the steps taken at (be the t-i.eruy on the evacuation of Mauassas ..

body mow -tbroul, |! the streets. It I Exhausted by ten speeches! Eugene sufferers with cash contribution. over the preceding months of convention this year wi inaugurate 'by the 'confedeiate( troops. A '-
- would reiulre- a will-(rained military Vr lie-bE. c-andidatf fur president on San Francisco Mining'FxebIUle: \ -at theear., although the I. Itl anew era In the ot securing large quantHKof barrel fclaves d'blt a
body to nurpauB "the wont ..r the union the socialist ticket arrived at Kan- once sent a contribution of "500. below the tieavy figures of July, JJMJ7. a. full money return for the backbonecrop \\ substance resembling decayed. J
*. I Is: glut a working forcein tan City on his red special from IX'SMolno's A partial list of the heaviest loser More than 70 -per cent of the reporting of the southern states.As flour were vxuuincd. _
Mr. Debs was greeted by a follows: car associations show gains over President Barrett expressed It, --
Atlanta that wa not representedin .- '
SL Louis eot .
crowd of' & hundred or more soolalI First Dank of Rawhide Bank of the preceding months of the current "each one of the many million peopleIn re-Iorl'a r hypnotism .
that linn of march '
I at a distance ...
Chicago fll.-Organlzed, labor Mon. .
-$,. Debs refused to Fee anyone. To the pah Mercantile Corn nan v. Nevada rlor prlmarv markets a 2- of cotton In Its Innumerable of one a\d fifty mie. ,I"
I day !I.aid> trlhute to William J. Ilrvnn. Northern grf'pd will have to look withgratitude The city authorities at Urbana, IlL ,
& I newspapermen" Mr. Debs said that Meat Market the Texas 784.193 head. phases reason .
,.tk- Although manifest It wan 1 that laborday Ihe worker It son had became he was contemplating taking) his red Richard -Marks & Co.. Nevada Club, With returns from forty-five leading on the wisdom of the dele- are co-operating with the entomological : ,

surrendered I special from Omaha, Neb., to Birmingham Downer Hotel, Kelly's dance hall., cities the //building operations July liRtAB to Ibis convention before the department of the JL'hJverslty of
I P their privilege( and!! mad .,Ala., to campaign -for the striking The fire destroyed the hoisting showed Improvement, fd gain unionsbajl have again (al..dIntn. Illinois In an PtOI.t to find out to what
It Bryan day. Within an hour after I "
coal miner there works of the Bluff Mining Coompany, over the large business annual session r eittent house breed in garbage, 1'
;', candidate his arrival for In the president city the democratic on It was decided and announced that Grutt Hill properties and the Omit of July .of remarkably last year being- reported. Much controversy. unde retood. and to discover some method to put : ;

the balcony of the standing: Judge Taft with'his family wouldacccitt business office, the loss on these Packing house products. receipts of arose over the price .to be fixed one an end to the breeding. ,

. { thd Plaudits Atulllorlitvuhptcl.Deceived qf llOMta7uft of the hospitality of his brother, amounting to $10,000 which Is the southern' pine at iCew York pig Iron faction favoring 12 cents 'and another Tbe German steamer Itoon'lefr Ere- 1 j
Charles p. Taft when he goes to Cincinnati extent of damage done the mining and other productions showed gains 14 cents The discussion at times became mantle Australia taking
toilers marched, In the I'peenly.
,, as they by mon I that it
heated and bitter was
ster labor rade. The air was rent at least for th)! first! fow weeks properties. over the preceding r ntb. BO nearly l.OOO.OU pounds sterling In I
with IJ ijf the campaign.Scores Plans were well under way toa Coal and coke traffic over 'seven feared the delegates' wouldcome. to gold (or Ueimany.Philadelphia I
cheers, and the enthusiasm
was blown but Barrett and other O.II II
unbounded.' of republicanspellbinders reconstruction of the town .before the oast-em coal carrying roads during cool heads succeeded In allaying Is, preparing. to sp nc' ,

I Savannah. Ga.-Thirty floats, two received a shock when Frank( II. a. hes were cool. July, 1908, aggregating 9,961,996 tons threatened- t trouble. When the $6,000,000 'on new docks on the Vt8re ;
Hitchcock ---- maier
the national chairman, announced v& far In excess* of the Ilrerpdlngmnlhs' river water limit.
'b scores of labor unions, detachments! voe \
finally came to a a 12-cent
In the present campaignno totals, h still nearly 3- ?
of tho1
1r police and fire department, with mum proposition was defeated A machine to cut crass where a'
salaries will be paid to speakers. -- -- tons below th like
many carriages made the moM OO.OOC $ shipments that lawn mower cannot and thsante .
r' up I resolution adopted providing BO at ,;
Expenses will be allowed, !but the fat :To Alight From Street Car Facing July. 1907. The Increase over the \'al
elaborate paradepart of- -aLa tbe- price fixed wf IcU could not be as time trim Ihe sod evenly has \ .
calories wblchwere In (fh,>
ct bor day celebration Savannah haM campaigns Front- Instead cf Rear. Time figure's" Is largely due to the 1.- ',- shall be in force only for been Patented by. an Indian man. .
of 1900 and 1904 will be .
.- ,. seenIn many yearn. filing' for many Ilia treasury for other and more keptIn Chicago, III.-X .device for the pur- OO,000-ton) Increase coal.'sAVEDlHOTlNSTANTTlEATH.. in uhltjmrtnts, of thirty days, the national handling committee Andrew Ca.negle has donated $7. 1 'I.
miles through the bituminous to raise or Of/0) for the relief of Ihe
city 6trE"ets. urgent need peso of making- women get off being empowered families of
kI The city enjoyed Its generalhod' -'. street car without facing backwardIs tower It as the size of the crop then seventy- miners who lost their .
;;4. day, the parade being followed bya I Mr.delivered Bryan visited St. Paul Minn., being tried the Chicago City seems to justify, lives as a result of an explosion Jn j.the
t series of athletic\ events at Tybee and several speeches in Railway company.Tbo -- The following officers were reeHcted -: the Maypole coal mine. -c-!

f where1-.some'crMltaftl< rl'cordswere which_ he'H.Qxprosaad_ (.\ -as-. being_ .- -schemo wasTttacovereoTlir connection A.. U. Banks .1a.soedas H* Was GoIng : Charles S. Barrett, Georgia; president Antonio (Tony) I'ubtor, the theatrical '

made by local athletes. The games all I Bnusiieu of Minnesota inai uovernor Ills jonn A. joun- with the pay-as-you enter type over Precipice I ; J. E. Montgomery TE"nnealee.vice manager, died, at his homo In ;. J

h bad a long Hat of entries.The stores. for son the nomination, before leading the rival type"ot Cars which, have a handle on. San DernaVdino, Cal-Archle L. president; R. H. McCulldch New York after an Illness of several ( i
all closed at 1 o'clock in the'after-I janlcs, a prominent Philadelphia Arkansas, secretary and treasurer {
the front door Observing inspectors .e'ldent weeks lie was yea,. eld.
and the banks and other convention will, loyally support directors W. 'A- Morris1,Alabama T. ,7
noon. city found; that women in alighting eeJzed was saved fromInstant : ; '
him in the Secretary Irwin Shepard of the National
public buildings, wero closed all 'day. .. coming campaign tbe.handle and clfnglTigr to. It, swung death by William' 'Rogrs of New M. Jcfferds, Oklahoma: I. N. McCol- educational hal t
I After long debate,, the Central F.ed' to York 'in & most remarkable'manner' linter, Louisiana. '. Association, ;
around The outside door alrghtlng .
CLACK i : announced that the department of superintendence -
HAND sysn: crated t.nlon.which .is the central organization In the mountains .
. with their faces-, toward the Tear. near here would meet in ChicagoFebruary t
-- ., ,of' the'labor"unions of The remedy consists. of the removalof A_ party, of four-James Archer of' PROTEST OF .
; 23, 1909. The
:c Studied In Italy by New York New York ICily, affiliated with .the the handle. Under the new plan London; William KogeTrs and Kobert EMP10YW to have been held' In Oklahoma meeting" was> .
-r, C' Officials. American Federation LabOr,'-*dopl- the door i is opened by' a mechanical Shea of Now York and -Mr.;-Banki-i Will, Ask L 4..ana on but the of a -Clt3r hotel '?1. I
destruction *
4) New York City.-After making a ed a resolution pledging support .jo device operated by the rnot rman. were riding on one- of the elopes on Increased Freight Rat.s. there by flea necessitated leading ". .
.- t.: study, with the aid- of the Italian government the' democratic ticket. The passenger has nothing to grasp the San Bernardino. New Orleans, J.a.-At a meeting Between l.OOo .and 1.COO a cbanae i ".'
of the black band system Tbe Independence league appearedfor except a handle. at the forward end of Banks' horse slipped and he roiled held here of representatives of ail and principal. superlnlendents (
-, In that country. PJstrict Attorney the first time at- tile recent election the step, and seemingly cannot. belp down 'an embankment toward a prec. branches of organized labor employedby attend tha meeting. president' '".iiart
Clarke of King: county, and Francis in. Vermont and polled about.- facing forward w.henleving the car. pice. At the very brink he grapsed railroads a committee was appointed .'WU ':
L. Carraor his assistant, hare arrived 000 votes, while the prohibition and a small bush -which *'8 about to give to 'visit Baton Rouge; the state Wssh gtota '. l

,g home. Their Itinerary through Italy socialist Vote remained about tbe FEDERAL EMPLOYEES WARNED way under the strain when there-was caplal. and urge the Louisiana rail Rear Admiral Edwin Flthlan, retliv -
,. wa* kent secret on. advice of brooklyn same. i the swish! of a -asso and the imperiled to deslft from its ed, chief engineer of the United State -" ;.1\'

t ; Italians becausu of tbe possibilIties / In an open letter to friend in Texas In Regard to Participation In Political man found hlJ8e1 encircled by a efforts to prevent the railroads from navy, died at his home in Bridge., ,' !t t

u from Italian criminals.. William Jennings Bryan makes an Campaign rope, thrown" unerring aim 'by raising their freight rates. The railroad town. N. J. /, ', 'y
Carrao learned his arrival that Rogers. :With''the a few trainmen and "others that '
on a appeal. to the Catholic yote. lie prefaeabtatateeatbr.Terenes ezcepton.ot say The Portuguese chamber of derpu- JI
.-.. -,, -IEetiDt't-otT1taItanr-wou1d-be. -"tb WashgtonCnoteoLwar.: wui es--and .'. nennU shock they ara-COtfrlnceCihaL-if Jh'Lra' ties has approved the '
- held In Brooklyn to .denounce him report alleged. to have teen circulated. ing against federal employees reaigti, Banks .was. uninJured roads* fall in their effort treat between the United etnaU.on" 1t 1.

.---. :and...demancL..hlL..J'eaI&IlAUon.. ... 'IB the present campaign to. the effect lug to participate in political ..campaign their freight rate*, that a cut inthe The treaty provide lor ; 4 '
,-, He wa told that his fellow"countrymen that be was..not and never had with- the expectation of -pos- SEVEN MILLION 1 WOMEN. wage of all employes will re.ult Thecommittee tradition for twenty-one speciflo .xJ '

: In Brooklyn were Indignant over been disposed In a manner toward bly. re-entering the er'ice-is sounded .wa also inform fenses. excepts : '-..--
a -.... his written criticism concerning cer.r' Catholic This Mr. Dryan denies in a statementgiven out by the Council. flow Said to Have That Mem- the Interstate commerce .com- but 8peclle.I that poltca, authol offeDd.r.> \ ",
\ rupt practice lit'the-Italian judiciary. .and -while'' declaring be Is a1' member civil service commission defining Its bershlp-Open.In' Oensva.. mission of the.poaition they had tak-- aainst rulers .shall 'o, .a. \ t

-'- i of the 'Presbyterian, church he sayshe attitude.Inasmucha. \ "n. .- such.. I.. t t
g ; fpmil KILLS BUSBAXD. . Includes Catholics the.Issuance. of a certificate GeTa Switzerland.-The interna-' "T'
t. many among Is. discretionary with the corn.nissiopiya 91 women which wa Statistic of the employe In tht.,
-. tonal councl. Leper Pension.Washington.
I .his dearest friends."My -
ecutlve civil service of the .11rnt l ..,
) the letter' which "Is 'nt, .h.. lets *< .<
-' . Jm..I. wnm.n.
War 'to "
Says He Mean Her'and gracIous!!,! ..It used .to .be that signed by PresidentJohn R, Black, Chicago; world's, fair in .-John TL Earlyi) State have just been .ubil.hbi : l? T
k &huppd I-4sr -
tk when I **M a thing -trait to be dswe, uo certificate! "will-ee-....... *-*..-. .whofte-membershit tot. the Washington leperwlir..receive' a the census bureau. {Exclusive 'Ot the "
Jonetiboro. Ark.-Mr*. Arch Pickett that settled It. But It doe not seem case where tbe party seeking: rein 000. representing$ _'.t. tbe pension of $71 a month' for total disability consular .diplomatic service1'there'' 11\ '

hot And killed ber-husband, Y 'well 16 n.t-way 'now; In these' word, statement resigned with aview- to met h,m. Tbe pt of the Incurred while a soldier In the are 286,902 classified'"employe; ', I

-, known resldenfof Jonesboror. because; addressed to a recent.visitorto Bag- running for, pfflcel':or--Indulging_In":*. .CUICU word was. preliminary tothe great United State: arm-.- -The case has whom only 1S.821 are women; laths- ,
.b*-allege*. h*. wa" *'."mean"to' her JMr'PIokett and amore Hill; Presideftt Roosevelt show.' degree of political activity which congress of women. to be'held lisxt. been-placed In-the. hand of toe-judge District of. Columbia.lbre-woen-r. '.
,abased ber.". ed that he chafed 'Under the',defiant would be-prohibited If he had't-emaln- year at Toronto Canada. The Amerr: advocate general-ot the army for the employed every ; '
escaped! with her step attitude of'the leader of the republican ed In the serviceafterwards' having .len delegate*'present Mr*. Kate solution of' the problem of-the pay' country at large, one woman-to-tweivf< \
;vfather.. a prominent farmer but ..both state organization on the W.pension a-Jpr-who-can -ty-n vet.menAt-" ho
question failed In hls-eand.idacy, or having Indulged larrett.- -the ;vlce ire ..,of the ment of natIonal---capisli-\\
'were arrested later. 'Mr*. Plckett r of renomlnatlng Governor In the eon !\ll1)lated. political erlan.council, .re Rev. not- by reasonof 'his affliction, dl*- the average wage .f&r menI t : \ '

confessed. I Hughea, for,.governor of N w. York. activity, *eek reinstatement.: 4a ifttii_* with the money.' Women (676.v 'f .

:.- i fATAL FREIGHT. VBECLw Henry CourieNoufJI&.bu.n Waterson editor of the Louisville out- Big Railroad Strike Feared.Nottingham I ANTI-BUCKETSHOr I UI; ,* ForesDulutb t, Bre$4uhduet. '..1..rentn.. republic'I* pr pull r"-I\ I'I'Itor
>*r -- _- :- ,-' .- - Wlli' Loui TascaandT.Carleton ( wit Brai. according ,
Minn. *
a letter from Bishop Walters .calling ,- : & .-The / .- ,
-.#A, Englnt- ..... Rolled Down an. Embankment on .DeCl'oeII to vote the!: democratic < the trade unioncongress,- repre- I Ijsiitociivin: .Nsw,York__WlirExchange. 'countl In' Minnesotaand. fo.aton.reaclnl the state....depaw'Il.1'W

; I -acaldlng .."' .er. '- :) J Ck ;; 1.J mentv. '7"-: [. '.'f50.000."Wtn'IImen" : ha-." fore 'RegtdaP" county. 'Wisconsin, laid" To. .

.-- UaC9 !; pa. '''om': Turner' an 'extra Bryan; will 4Ji write]eacla. WeikDWevtionJeteTto : casted." the great esf7raltrod: trtxwlb : Torkqty.Tbeeiied' DuCI! :.'forest fires.which raiod Argentine thec a._*pparn'uy'no' ya3E'tESl
- a.m--J.. '4o1doMha.4 be--"Dt JitUryrt! | :!:Del ,ndji..<;aangeJaworking .;: .'w' &u thtrIxhourar-nnder .controL.Th tery about the recent order by;tbS 1
.. net 'conditions which will b bckethop. law- wbUh was.. .. -government of Brazil' for the, s
4e Englr r.-IVCr'B; and Conductor clubin the .K. : : .e ,
"ei J. J. .Rhodes were aevereljr-Injured every precinctdemocraUo giving advlee and uggestioo stoutly, resslted'toy railroad companies -. ..this'year: country
whenthe > : la. to demanded la the- Oo'vernorlHaghe ItUbee put proclamation relieved Dreadnaught type/ It-: turn,
engine .of an extrs. freight I ? '' ftp-: ; neat 'tlllt' r
-. on the Southern railway Jumped' the as ,to .the campaign. -*. j 'i future' and theconrre ','will. arrsjig 'Into operation In this 'city;' charles I th sufferings-::of 14,000 people made the protest of the Brazilian :

t track 'on a siding at Scotland "and 'Tie-democratic,national 'c 'committee for an exhausting;;Contest.fjtiUed .- ,.'- "- - H. Badeau,.president of 'theN : .. JL cl'tyCof tent baa sprung thorltie tbl the ships_ wer, ,I

:t- turned down a steeD> embankment. A club organization Include \ U ated.Stock exchange, 'said Con.ou. . !up In town- givingthousands of refu- ed for and not fo sal*,to. any; ..
rail tamed on the siding 'while some I the following southern members:. r.H. Melbourne.. r"olt'of .the newlaw the1 exchange. .teesrthelterrMartial, law 1* declaredIn other ower.. Is probaby. er1 ':
- car were being moved. When .th,'engine I WestonBoutil "'Carolina H.. H. Washington'D. 'C.4dmlraf'Sperry, expects ,a oensldefabl .Increaaa In the burned district. The.logs .1* they are part of i
t" I left the track all the men onAoard ,Wallace Athens. Oa.;'>)(. T. 'Orniand, commander- of the Atlantic battleship business. He said that numerous .lnqulriei .. estimated Tit $',00.0. I wa at Brat which Brazil proposes In the,near'fa _;.
;, Jumped except the fireman 'who f Alabama; A. A.,1urphree. Florida;-fleet ha cabled to he.>>a vy .departmantthatLArthuf bad been'made- since the pas 'feared many klUe. 'and late ture to make war upon Argentiner.Jpublic. fI

..,- .- _WML I'cal4.ed..1Ld eath."undAr..U1e..J1ea., Luke.Le&;; Tennegtee.JrIaLCare.y, :: J. Decker. JkJTwman saged of the'IAW..J'' ,buck iaonJLmen- report place the at a dos- I Argentine Ia making Irepa t'

wreckage. . . Virginia; R.B. U Saner. Texas; Joshua attached to toe battleship New' Jersey to securer dirt on the n'luntee'; frremeu- and resident ations to. met.-the !1 ualon.-.4 t ;
Conductor\ Rhode was brought to W. Herring: M&rJ'land.nd. "J.W: was klRefl In. Melbourne Australia exchange, 'but that tOWI. were killed fighting chamber of deputies .Tot41.5' "

,the. Macoutizospitsl,. . warOr-Oklahoma. L_ I iv-aj street.. oar-accldtnC, : .. eu80ldat8: hal Dllt a, thflarnei., __ .' 000.000 for armament :. =
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i : JOUR MEN "SlTfOCATEJ. I' The organizatIon 'of theeastern departinstlt lives With Bullet In" Head. OTE2 SCOSX'DKOWKED. ., Wade H Kill, DOW 'attorney' -.. ,

t'" ., ..' .., .. - cur ha democratic beea' completed nationalcommittee' .and \ Friend o[bzult IH al of has ,been' tendered-b J't lb.ri'
Chicago :,111.-Qeorge Blair I I. spend- president and ha* -accepted
: the-posl
trlre 1ft"F r. Peak of British Baric National Chairman Norman EX Mack British Bark Amazon Wrtckd8x'! Chicago' 111. of
4 t..4puritan... lnc.ntych.f hi* the National New 'Orleans who I lion of assistant to the attorney. ;
'r. ha 'officially annouBced that Bodies Washed Ashore *, principally eral held *e i
_t r recently .by Milton *
A.i..,, 'Botson. Mas*.-Succumbing'to the Robert ,8.. Hudspeth. Umergencr hospital reading the newspaperWith'a Neath, Wales.-The krttishh known both in. the United State and dy. Mr. Ellis will assume the..dutl.L.-D." :

.eAdI)'__fomea of ,burning pitch and of. New Jersey had-been" chosen vice twenty-two calibre belt Amazon,'' for Iqulque- from v Port Europe for charitable work among o( hi* Dew position as soon t ,
oakvEfl.). 'deep'down; In the fore peak easavcn oT *. Trnu>o eq1 JO .o,niJi'''nath let'In his bead.T'He: .seems-to-suffbr bot. has Deen wrecked near,the latter member of"his race I."'at the ''Mich 'business of ,hi. present omcewtflper t,.

of tie,British hark Puritan, four -sea.a. *. democratic'. campalgd'la. the '.*it. no Inconvenience. from-,the ball. btlead. I port. Only Jv out of 'her crew of ael. Reese hospital suffering from the mlt, which_ will require hlp W

men were t suffocated and a fifth 'waspartly'overcome. The- democratic.u national. ommlt*. i- tblr.t..o, saved- Slx bodies effects ot a paralytic stroke .u.talne for some week j ., "teDI
The' dead are HrryE tee baa decided to' e&tAbUah'an antitrust Blair whef'la' t*. ty-IY. :year* of aready' been 'Washe'' ashore. two week ago .Systematic, Investigation ,by thV-'I$ :';
: .. Oslenr".Carl 'Moreen age, wa .shot; tn''the forehead with.a feared_that :
Pet'l'aon bureau In NeWZYorkWilhiatflH.BIack th. rest_of the He brought in haste from the government the .Philippine 'IslkndA -
,'Oeorce'.SunbIad&. -_ baa ben made be.(.of the rifle that .he and ,Laws-ence. O'Brien, crewot..The..Amazop , drowned. I south to Chicago when biB case failed reveall the.fact. tbatthe-groupJ '5:
;, . Tha'Dre, which caused only slight 'bureau of-statlstlcs and William: .Jloge a friend were, playing with. The Th. bark/was driven, .. during to. respond to treatment' In .a home stats of whlla.: bifor.tb D.. \

.daiager :aiS.upP0M4rtolIa't. :the cb.1rmUL.ot.,1he..JOJDmtrdal.; trio wounded man; then walked to _the. he-night ot.lhe stoVm and. soon. '*.e- hospital.- HIS condition io. Shows 2.8o1s.tbelnwmtoertwa* .
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'.1A.B'1 :I AS the fibres and life ,blood. ot.her be, freeholders: :. .' i1'I.

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1 t however Had Chester)Acute.'UVI.'II.- crust her'with unhappiness the progress -. in France. A so iJiroc/i; / is adangeroiLsmalady' i u

\' ,, w time have become,checkered' V
"' -"- ---- -- -- --- j of. .
r Barry Chester, living must infallibly : ; :

\ ; ; :; REALITY have fallen wanted back upon,money.the-Miss.Infallibly Vanslttart have. Consul-General Marseilles France Robert", has"matfe.'Skinner.of 'an. bulyou donl! need,to 1"

I.ROMANCE for lielp; and Daphne thirsting-. forgive interesting report on the subject. of lie ock around '

on any terms would, you may be' freeholder 'and'reat estate trantactlons -. a ...."..
r +er + aeee sure.:. >ave J'elf'Dte4onr the yet:.first.': la 'that countrylo which lie '

.:; ................-.. -,,-- ..... '" -'-- "..-M,1MNN"MMMM/MLM", letter, that implied reconciliation._--,,_and.. -' '1'"'' that' there are"S.OOMOO free-. .. your heck to cure i iBALLARD'S i't "
holders in"TrsnCaaud outlines .
asked for:"sovereignsBut : iy -

l By Miss ANNIE. :JEnWARDS.LM no such opportunity came) to her. .tern .whereby -Frenth workingmen k

e' Within '. year of their separation, own their little country homes.': ,Mr;," '''l
I, If 11 ,OIIA> TEn _r. r, oent,>after -paying- his, passage money Afr Chester died miserably as be hint Skinner carl in part 'K' '

i' \.,_ (..iCpritltMie>d.i, i r,, to New York' (where he would most I little project of "There are upward of'8,000,000 SNOW "
'"likely starve, be stood-wlthout starving In America, proved -fiction separate"frpeholdmInrance'as. com-'
' 'tSha' stopped him by taking his Ilu<.J..J.t a tenporind .
t note In with \vhlchbe had stared off the distasteful pared with about :800.000 in Great
f (She left '!t filled filled.with,, h'erown the world. Useless for .. LINIMENT -
:, ':w I1-'orn purse,containing such slew :Daphne'- to dream'of further 00170 necessity of' working for _Britain t., fact which In .Itself speaks

}f ''der-t,'lnga from thee proceed of 'tl>.. 8pond oc,. .e..tnlrrllulLl1acLbeen._ L ..brendj Jn..Kngland. _A few! -personal. voluthei.- : A Frenchman-, wilt 'iart"
': 'tell"-this 11'1' how Mr. Chester xj trifles of no value"" were sent :to ,,the with; anything"rather 1hall".Bd... will : ""
. J poultry yard aDd ,dairy a'\vefe, leafti-: ; cure Hint throat- In -abort order., ,.-, y,
; mutely her" to 'give. ...Daphne's bns--. pressed himself:: "sell" for 'both of.. ladles of,Fl f-de-a-Belne) { by-the' keep-. When the United State Immigration Ballard's Snow Liniment t> notra.te9 the 'poreepromot.Wir m .

i '$' band must not go away. from'1I1el1:.Inabgcr. them. et'lt be forgotten!>lje hoped er.'6* the lodging' liou e_Ja.which.Lodied Commission visited a.,' certainspot' f reo circulation, giving the muscles more elasticity<; wt I'

'. :1101'"feel .hurtDy7her7OffffrInBr;: -that'she possessed "sutfleientjOljrlstlancharity \ : ... .l o'd-doctor'.:: nd-otlrer-bills-- .Marselllesrecen ceQUl.Jt was found ' 'I' C
1 a: #little loan''that, 'If hl-+cuhfll.llort. to forgive him any pAin lie. all -of which, -jthe poor gentlemnn'.an- .1m possible:Up ascertain'the average CURES RHEUAIATSMCUTSVSPRAINS; ; ilRUISES," ,

_ might prove useful and th.tI' might have caused her, and that she cured herr his'relations woulaTmalce:lT' price of land' in that locality. because WOUNDS, OLD' SORES.. STIFF JOINTS, e' ,

7 be could return when thing were lookIng -' would trouble herselfno,,"niore.. >nut pointof honor to PitT. Not On*,me no transactions ever-took plac r:other, i BURNS AND ALL PAINS. tv

f' 'brigltterhe, wished him all site*' his- existence: 'He was IIt.RttInIr; sago of contrition or of love-not a remembrance than by Inheritance. In cities It U ,

cell; was confident he vonld"meet Amorlcn under ficllllous; iiaaie;; any1 of the woman whose ti pplnesi difficult for persons of modest-meabs GAVE INSTANT;REUEF. '

effort made ,with to tracing he had .wrecked, or of his child! like workingmen to own''real estate! .
Y ;with work If he sought ,tot It in enrvnest a view .Henry ProvtH-TJUh. -write*j 'r have used >Ballard'a'
I nnd-and. meantimerould he hfifl 'must therefore be labor: In rain. One likes at.le-uti'ln fable, to tblnk for obvious reasons: Nevertheless Snow Llnimont for Neuralgia,''Tooth-ioho'ADd Boro Throat,' I,

r; .; -'":i "promise"to" write 4>ome_ ;faith fully, for The past was past and donewlth, : The rf the most purposeless of human' live' and especially in"' Marseilles, where which gATe me instant relief f,1'can recommend

j at) LapUno's sake? best thing for both of them was to rounded off into something of bar- (here Is an excellent two-cent.: fare it a* bung tho best Liniment I have ever used In: curing.
-' \'."" -"AVcTfTTendfir, tor" moment Barry embark on nn
t 11 Cheater hesitated. To( accept Aunt .out!:-'tth errors of the old one.. Inheritance of evil, rented on BarryCheater being taken up by "families In ,, PRICE 2SC.;5Oc AND $1.00. ,., ,J< .

, Hosle's money was au action that even .In fewer words; be hAd abandoned to the cud. Wllhout.n thought .moderate clr tlmltaoeel.., i d

, :;1' tohis, conscience I suppose, bore nnunpleasant her Rnd'ber child forever beyond tho RrofoIluR satisfaction 'of "There is 'also a local\ custom( .
! Dnpbne bore-the blow' 'with the hour boo laRd lived out his ternr'ofliuinnn 'among men who feel;that '
; resemblance to the robbery a quiet poor they' Ball \rd Snow Liniment Co.
[ :wi" '' of a child. At All eventm- he beettnted.t . en that, for n' IILtl[ of her age and nnhnntton.. and dying breathed must- reside. In the' city of buying; an -

If"' Then-the good moment passed; he tcinpernraArt, boded no' quick recov not ii wprd to releaseone'" heart that outlying patch'of ground and erect- 500.502, North Second. :: Street.

I thrust the purse away into his pocket; ery. Amid the tumult of thoughts loved him lrouilts! legacy of idesolntloi I Inj. thereon a 'cabanon' of" two'or .

t ::;!:1 <<- muttered! some Incoherent words about Jtlint-lhronjted: her brain,.the one per-; .). i. more rooms, where1 they- spend Sun- ST. LOUIS, -. -' 'MISSOURI. ;, ',
!. a u e
. x pride, about 111 fortune, about.speedy han II, which stood forth the clearest 'days\ and holidays. Them are settlements .
r ..'. repayment, and without looking Into the linpo'Ktblllty of her; Daphne Chester Till was why her face, nmld Its where hundreds of these toy' ,

" ., Aunt Hosle's face was gone. having tIIJIlO.u.1th happluesn. Klne- pure[ linen nnd coDrJu.-wore) the unoxjpectniit houses are'to be found each with a Sold and Recommendedby

b'It was probably the most foolish ac- teen rears' old and he sun shining look of 'age.This is how bit of a garden deserted throughput! .

I I Slon of Henrietta Vansltturt's life; yet Into the hearts of spring's first roses, her ncfount' with the world cnmo' "to, the week and scenes -great anluiiU.tlon For; Sale at ROBERSON'S DRUG STORE.U J .

'iJ was U one at the follies that have a tho birds; chanting, up and\ down the be closed nt two-and-tw.enty': on Sunday the most Intense' -

f 7V" \vc-L-t taslo in the! memory. In the Innes-! thorp was, literally, :its yet "no. .- rivalry existing to have the best garden K'ISS.IM'MEE' '

t +w dark days to come this was the *olltary. place In tile exlsjlng i+ fabric ot"her'1 ._ CHAPTER: vi," or the most attractive 'cabanon .

a T moment out of her whole Intercourse " thoughts" for" Un realization of her lit.Jlode. tho day terminating in -a reunion
I with Barry Chester, to which own despair.! it needed, UIJle-lime, "- r.ltio-Sitockliigs where poetical" Improvisations are
1 Ii! drat Ilosle could took baelc tinpntned.[ whom the superficial name Healer! That civilized man with nil his rerourcps listened to, songs sung and speches EIVEa.: :ROtiTE.8TEAr
cannot attain n new sensnllon -
With her ready promptness !at distill- the slow engraver and perpetuator of .to made.
t grief! In human hearts, -to teach her to -\\-ns! n truth ;pueaaed at by think "The Government r
' / > Itself which fostersjhrlft t'
tags It?; wretched The initiation over the j iis sonc-t'mp: Ipfo'p hnnsletl youngfcciillcmcn .
by every means eDeoura e.W'orkln'g LILLlE. BTKAMER!: R08IAD!:
of the nineteenth century e
A, B, C of ; :
suffering nmetwed. mho wasno'
, l ; accepted but that be hesitated to accept people to abandon the
had l reduced It maxim Clay Jounson, Sr. I Captain Clay /obaion, 1f.
to n
t.: .,., her gift and from this frail premise inapt or laggard scholar for the wretched, crowded habitations of the .
r that that honor, future still without making pretenceto: Br*>ar veekly trtp Basslnger e-d return. Roseada Uaves KisstBa. .
r argued selM-vspect cities and to become'householders, by .
f ;:, r might have come to light still In that In marrying Harry Chester she Ua lInvested such an nnnolironiain as absolute new loaning out the money of the-savinga nee Tuesday morning. and arrives( r.lsslmmee Friday evening.. ,-
laces the relative position of Sir John Special Charter Trip tq Lake Okeec'ubee. and Fort Myere Ue UUi 'I
.', lost heart ber all-or she believed so! ; h1rs. 1 banks ('daalel' d'epargne') not to the on "
:)", "If life 'had been kinder to b.lmf'! end are not our beliefs the sternest Scvpme and Chester must individual, but to societies patronizedby Comfortable accomm9df.Uoa,for passengers, Rau reasonable ;..
.. be Admitted to contain some un- ..... .
iit This was an unfailing apology of Aunt terra we know? In losing him, her think the State. These-societies effect The most picturesque Waterway in Florida. ..

t; Heeie'ft for Ill-doers virtually past the docket was struck. She -was bnqk- wonted elements of originality.- the transactions with the Individual. For Passenger and FrelghtXIUte. apply to :.
and woman
r.;' pale of apology. "'WeTomt'n, whose ] rupt. modest a young she Is beautiful to sink ot Thus, the Soclete des Habitations NXCLAY JOHNSON SR.. proprietor.' ;

.'Iff.'... portion Uep i in sheltered places know Aunt Ilosle, with love-born keenness feet as and In the first hour of acquaintance Salubrerf. 32 Rue Paradlr, !liarsellles . board "JJllle." Klis'immfe.' 1\ "
;. so little of the fierce temptation that a of Insight 'saw that the 'poor "child's your hands with advances money -for-the construction i .- ,
{ man has to withstand. If. life had been< \\"011I11VUI likely to fare best if left (fo cover your of cottages. the rate'of tout and .';. ,;
kisses' Is an experience that I make.
klncl.r to hlmr! 'Nature's curing, and when they were a wThe. .
one-half +*
per, cent As sa 'Ings bajiks
bold to say fats' not: to the lot one . --1 ,
t. : Life pressed with piteous hnithnessy lone together-by alone I ml'on.! of. man out of n million nnd-nn regards pay depositors two and three-fourth

,upon Daphne from that day forward. course, with little Paul-the name of that militonth-wt'li. unless be be avery per cent., the margin Is close. -

,!No tidings of Barry Chester reached Barry Chester dropped!\ gradually Into hardened cynic Indeed lat him 1 "These dealings are regulated by Place for Business- Cares ;
fl\1-\\. disuse Hut Miss. Theodora with surface $
Flef-de-ln-Relne for more than a look to it narrowly that he becomenot the law of .April 1$, 1906. Loan
night; -and long before the expiration sympathies-sympathies( for the oil the Instant n slave are limited to 9500 fraDcIIU1833,50)In (
I' ; 'of that time the Import of his abrupt frying outward disgrace, not for tho Sir John Severne is Bve-and-twetity- the city and to TOOOfranc (1351) I''t H. good-<<:.rm., eNeeeie

: "departure had become matter of common .stined approving Inward 'groan-was far from lens of a cynic thnu some lads \vbo In the environs. At present seventy- &,;..6''j _

talk even among the world ,0L or practicing such reticence. nave not left off their Eton jackets five cottages have been constructed In ON'T carry your office in your hat and It you do, take you* '

fisher-folk In Quernec Bay. lie had Theodora was nil' for-heroic treatmentIn and with a heart, up to 'the present Marseilles under this..Iaw, the occupants bat off In the bouse. Thai man .who brings his business '
flown, not front his wife alone but the moral ailments of others, the time untouched by passion- although becoming owners with a clear ,,' ', ,
.. blacksmith's band of Iron rather than yes home with him I* apt to find himself this Inescapable victim t
., from his debts:of honor and otherwise, Tbeodora.durlng he signs himself the most devoted title at the end of twenty, yeirs. D of the demon called Worry. He will-worry and freftbronghbis
>("'10 short.; ." so, tardily he wrote to the surgeon's band of steel.. of Clementina llardcnsrle; and Building plan have to-be- submitted i meals, and U liable to suffer: from the disagreeable habit
Daphne's Illness bad exercised
.it V >. "his return to the islands : to 'the .
Daphne for past has worn Clem .architects of the society,' be
three\ years oO'lng night_ HI. wife and chlldren-It there
h duscienc of
, :;:. uj jwas Impossible.She might writeIf by writing a kind entina's portrait against his waistcoat. .' cbnform- certainitandard'requirements any children In the world unfortunate enough to have sncha "" ,,
circular letter to such of Mr. Cheater'srelations 1.j: ,,
there could be be toseeltvin .
any good- So. when on the day succeeding'Paul's M to light, ventlttttlon ndsanitary father-wiil find him more andmore a.bore'every, day.;;-
I as she had knowledge of: (In
. ". such a correspondence. Letters .
expedition the youngfellow arrangements.,"! : when"he
fishing .
, If a carries bin business hat goesto'the
? ? man In.his
cluding': rather believe. the War
.rg., sent'to a certain; address An.: I IS'i. finds himself Again approaching'Mr There' are also,atWork 'on'somewhat'paralleleylines'several club his friends will' soon steer clear of ,him.', He will-find hlmeslt
wickshire Stamers), and bad accumulated '
don forwarded to blm: ButI '
would be
!: facia that 8he considered It a ; Chester1 presence .eell'b r, "ta: French lunching alone, with no companion other than his paper and memoranda.To .
,hi tarns beg .her pot to'look for constant the ,,band of: workers In tho building and loan associations, which '
sacred duty to lay- before the girl -In off quit say the least, such companions by uo means aid digestion Business Is
replies If anything: vibe sbnp hay field allOt walk unllbR hPd toward differ from American associations In a'1I11U1."ltallure '. "" '
I '' her hour ''darknes. "Facts that a poor partner for hour .
:: 'of Improved money prospect 'befell 'show him: her hand 'outstretched; the frankest th they_ ; usually operate over more You will see Jthls workaday-all-the-Ume-man la the theatre-scratching business i
r will at least you child ,what>
he would let ber' know fast "
-htfn the '
smile of tvclcomOon her lips- or.less whole of do
France as the accounts'on
Kind of a man you waste your regrets memoranda on the back of hisprogram, or figuring up) hi. bad
not one-word of affec<
: jenough.And
r I when this moment comes, young Severne i great French banks. The attempt ti' the table-cloth In a' public restaurant. He wilt be dragged'oft to the
kf.tlon,, of regret at leaving her, of upon. the made the e'
to ills -surpiise discovers by movies spirits In these
In-I ? country by his family who fully determine be shall have'two weeks' vacation
: Z I'Quietude aboutftrr< ( !!tatt'. The "Barry Chester comes of a doomed m R'J1lng of the word "gbyness" for the associations to expand their utility
He than be'seeks
i no more gets offthe train than a long distance telephone'station
weft-hbve been written to nvock. Bo. in an upright feminine
1.blT@t"l1a; : colors."I beyond
his and
first time In life, mere public service
'..-Mm Theodore:, to one of his ci d I hand, wrote one of Miss Theodora's was beginning to think the lanes I lending agencies. and caU..u1Lf\e\ once He upends th> evening writing letters to hisemployes
and- lllug"'thm'a 'ou. which e
t thousand and things to do theywould
"i any Indifferent man or woman on unknown correspondents, a Chester ".
false -or While depositors
flja'.n. cr- In
34w" were playing you ; these building
have brains enough to do The next he sends a couple of
..:" earth a* to ber whose-love followed herself by marriage, smarting possibly that to England associations anyway
1 'him.night and day "'whose thoughts 'underwrongs. that Infused gall you bad'goue away" are permitted to build telegrams, and call Up'' the office 'again. The third day; afraid that the busl.ness -;:
,;' without remembering as. Thus she according; their own plans they by this time has gone to':Imash. he take the first train to the clty.V: -
-; .Were 'one prayer for .him. whose prope9n Into her Ink "His father 'was.. worthless greets him. her round soft face 'with'It's are decidedly' .
encouraged to
adopt There Is no rent tor s-uchTtman.' Just so long ube carries hi* bfflee '
for. evil or for happiness, were his grandfather worthieas."Tbeboy halo f 'iold,. its full-looking .standard ,
bound, irrevocably with him until was born, as every Chester must x> pahs designs, of. which there are In hi* hat he ,will. keep his baton all the time and tbe"care.'ot'' his bu llle.Pr. .* '
,- hazel) eyes, seeming as the"face of one many suited to all purses. It Is real!, .
= .his-nJlndV Some"
surprising. interta when be leaves ,his 'office'evety,night andsnachfrom him '.,tir detail ofbusiness
-.: heart crushed faithfulness Although I do not know Mrs' Barry e
' ; ?, ; was ; her '"And.wanted so much .to tlmnk yon.erlouely ble little bou..e.n.6e erected In "' '
Chester the writer "I tell worry ? 4*_, -. ,
ended herhonestly .
toodT the shock-bravely. Poor I ,
for !
: yourgreat gopdnees.epuld thia.conntryfQt"very pmall amount - -. -- T i,1; 4, ---x"*"* "-'"-
r '. aITJ". was an Idle correspondent just that I congratulate her on not'sleep last night for thinking sometime $200 and 1300. All,houses II II lit :, : \ .

'", Jthat. A* :, his'Utters husband for the last 41me. from father :.. ? :;
p" '.''growj longer, and_she. 'oh. ab&:'would .to son the Cheaters" hove brought .slnldne In/ a'way,that threatens tears, constructions. never being employed..' ., -.;<" ,, :r""w. :..O' _0' .'
4 -
?...,..Jtmif' ;herself perforce 'of this foolish shame .and dosolatlon'tothe heart'' of ."I :Will too ,11(1', 'with terror to know 1 .. ... .. .
-;:;:; .;lutb be : 'set will be *o 'to.tho end."' :..>' '.JfourniilUin's nr n idiom.. The .
y5iand "Content. A* to.the stories I, n.ppl1y"tor' btr.JoharWjw; "? jka1tCBf! ( : : A-nar.ihiIt .o /th'iJ i"
'\5; [afloat:6bont. hint by: -wlcjsed .tongues, Pact., with "d' :'Teo&cance, these.'FaCtm'each quickly cnonghr-'too.quickly.''perhaps' (Being aiew ofthlt'-QU saoas" t..ery. .- > f : , '
t '. ,( believed none of them.,.When of, whose-written syllables In .situations, where -ftwere.trlteatltp! newspaper man is,asked every d r.) .II :--:,. ; ;_

ui'" :ifat'prospect' brightened his creditor seems to:Daphne's soul to.'.look1 up 'a't fee.fiothlng. yet possesses-e j the true "It most:,be, terribly Jbard! to.;'get' 'Caucasus. *...OtUEields' : f <

,jwoull.'bt.pjd,.of-conrse."A: poor tw -. herewithcruel humAn/ -eyes-and"whose- ,Britleh tncapaclty.for-utterlng graceful ;upaomethfng" .new_aDd .l,.Interesting -- -=. ; ;.

';f r.Ihreo hundred ponndst!1 What..was Influence sank ,like the-stain of some sentiments at the fitting moment. Paul .every single] day, lint it?" ....... ,..,..,

t -. I''to: .p1I1D--"Barry'e talents. ,Bar. I 'dark poison' flower through all tbeh'en1noPl'11ect:1 jest now. run up beside his n other;;: ." get In free a .
-* 10'lme'1OITIJ"blarttmrto-lpo: : >Jlllel'lt"1re, 'youn jfTireT; ..Fsur'"tmm-m-TU>tmnBr-reduce
:i raoout him. for employment, lme to let' !' "Born to/a"hopeless Inheritance minimum, his tttered..atraw Jilt a '' :" most newspaper: men are ler- ,.- rrtrJ'T

it agiLg'thtlnterestof.hlm friends.?and I erll/V, even a* the babe: Just,' begin. few degrees'more tattered than yea I, rlbly dissipated aren't theyl: !:. . .. .

V)U.,woald.eoraeright.. MeanwhileW'Meanwhile --; r nftft to smile:, up In her face", must bet ;terday his sunburnt ,Mnrlllo' face ,"About what, la. the Star' circu II, not only* the unending, te cL that, "dlildoaTsrtananA: 'y '. w
when, the- early, clouds, .She/ -felt herself an&-wat: wardearer .glow 'wlth excitement.; .lation"-' Armenians Into' 'ho.tIe. arml *''which; devastate the pU-, i<. 1", '

\:1If cherry and ua\'I'thOfll.1 "-'Wblte upon: I than herself,".the 1l1ld... to 'be in the ,. -'"HullA.lIns8leri: VAne'laz.' he Cries, "Do. you '.'know Mr; Blank?. IIe'i..11 .- fields from' time to time, and constantly\ preparing each; <

Ctko tAlttatdew.I.'aut opened his blue eye i I'r'lIIIp.of tnezorable. lawmarked-out all the neatly-: framed thanksgiving the Ch1 Uf.' advertising depirtiintent. "other'a d..tructlon-wltb 'bntterleof q.ulck-flrlag'gin*.r", '

RIti }:'upwaO>rworld.'JDaphne7a; *;I have I Victims of necessity.: 'If shejiad jrraij-; speech 'that Daphne has laborloasty .'.' "._c -- -"**- \ -. they boast. .B".l4e.thl..:centralreu4there are, numerous, ,...1

!wr';-Herhel'OllDLeRded..JIOw..Wltbr pf1.I I' V'"Catrlnism;:', u,tee

... sal Jweiakness,,'came reaction from the the last/"high'leaching" of Bile.'Phos.phorua Slr.;Jobo;;;MAJlons jouer a 'pousse.-nj* !?Do.they blue-pencil ''much of your, ? SocialpemoCrat.: .," 1Ir. "XnarchUtlCommunlsis \ la'. ,tho1 !
,Ii': : & eo.n-of all the. ; : nd' her morbid. .. avee-lesrbaboulnsr ; . ) : :: '
.", past unhappy:: "* Despalrr sensof J'quaral" 4' "rtlcte !'r - t .> .Heeples..weeks."aud ft was long before "-> slavery; to F:circumstance could . t" '
; ] 'A,04l.lrarSh'8ifmlnutu' time Bet-erne .; that appears In a D.w.paper-. ;Origin; may have been political and 'their alms may stillbe.revolutionary.
r.the: *doctor*'col1ld,pronouoee. or'.\untff..Holle'belle.e scare-hare-beenprof4pnt: !* And the' 'Ands'himself -among-a. crowd-ot girl paragraph story/.'verse.v obi tuarr_ But their method are co simple and so lucrative.that perhaps U would b.mtatakrt1rattrlb1rteibr1leahtall .. i ', :;

; 'her. to be out of danger. : other"orldl utterances of pious and cWIdreu, now ppTjefbii -r.-n '7). : #;- 'r' *.-Y' ". '*- "'e- -member. eattt.h,e n enlbusu* " Iii'"

H ,She spoke-ofh er:.husband.In hr'-..e.Urlnm -;; ofrtendMrpowerfess.1-' all Seemly :Jhat through the mares'of catch-me;' "Does'So-and-so '
(. onlyr: not. asking, for,'es''' phrase signifying nothing against .tbat-cl cb eaf; -While. Paul sturdily furnUh'hls own'" Ideas?" ' 'him! as "Para itel," It bears,the-stamp of a'BToup: ," and ,It demana, .x 9'

1 t'tence" ; she looked.with; dull.nnwelcomi. ,.the- shock 'any'great crisis-the Job- grasping: ,his hand shrieks aloud :wIth "Well there are lots and lot 'ot a definite ,um' of money on pain of deatb,,_ dt'aa boar mentioned the agentt '. t

.;_Ing-eyes'upon I the child. Ata*! apdOtaawasto''eome. \ consolations, of the elder UUs Vanettutar.verythtngiuteSptUnAnenca triumph .over- every fresh Instance In people that just look for Ella Whteier of the group call and the manager almost Invariably pays, entering the nm, i

... WbeiLatIaeb .. : which UunsleuJ.'Ang.'la 'show.- -.le.horjinc -- !- -WJlcwt1th'lngerejx.daym:; Tier/ .In his ledger-TmUer the beading"offlce expenses." If he'refuses' tof pay,'_h -'
-. pale lips dfd$ murmur.Barry.Chest -, of Aunt nosle's healthy; upward-look- of the game' lIW.t' be popular." 1. quite sure to be shot;.tabbed.- or-dleenibowelled-within-i-dsya0r'twaI: !>> It '
)t fc*rt lme.-wltb',what response must 'Ing spirit tended to ILUe ; more'helplessly : throughout the neighborhood of "Wad y"I"
.- Evelyn!: Thaw .really.sopretty'1rarnae.!! : .... DU..1LhiiJaml1t'Jbar... je:la1e: _-,-, '
.. w1\f'f metJTTIow"cohld7tTte6lrokeno'berfaintiy.straggling iq ,,the slough of fatalism; Flet""e-la- te ne the f imIJl81rlctl, T""Why This pursuit of wealth, on-a basl.ot' murder I* condrctCwith;! > suc; h' > f

:-b* backfrom'the the -most. dreaI7, t creed. however. : cnv-o)eraOTertU: ,tdea(;as to paid labor .did,I."our' 'dramatic critic businesslike accuracy that the manager' In due course receives 'k..stamped
,; fctlllness.of.the.dart-valley; to the leamed. however formulated, that : bjr lords of soil '
-' held these peasant tile roast that show I thought. !It was I balance-sheet showing the expenditure of. his eontributlon. The,
r ,Path and.glare"ofilvtg.that. he:; had ever served' to" repder- .human'Ilfe.un-, being pretty> much,.on ,IB level with! quite good.''. ; \ tered In,the cash account are generally the,purchase of arm. and,''an'asa*>' .', "
awaited-:ber torenr.- the :Ithe ,
:; '
I ,, of .
tcgt. ffiose.of small English farmers a
"WbT.doo'C.10U'et Into .slntlon.ubt vouchers and It 1* genefatlysupposed
kb r-who May ,,her breast was \1Daguln. no are possible la such cases; ,
upon The-: rose* opened, fejl'from'thelr yeareago.To .
;(" ; hundred work? The In the outlay,
r magazines: prtat some and ather carnal delights ought to figure
lworse'.than'fstherleestr' ,
,' : : o stalks; then rang,, harvest, songs' as ':,:. beTHB Qontinoed, terrible tunV' \y { not sure whether snch' charges a* to the misappropriation of Involuntary ,
b "-- -" '
1$Twice"only aad'MrsCbestell written, heart whole then shone ,;;.
% moonsa..silver's
,' ,
Ton the tempo headlines to70ul' contribution! are true or not butwbere It so easily obtained .
-0 : money
: __ =
during :.Dapbn.'a.'tIInesea.the.iIlrst of old. And -theu-.tbe. .... "J! '
'. FICFSS own.article., 40' you T" X. ,.Uou--"wu.rb.: considerable. In ...Itprotectionmo.t of t richermanagers ':
Oa'. !: 'TELL.9"don"kuow'wMcIs :r,,
1.tteraeknowiedging.wIthontndte dud
woods faded from'reft to ;the chill '
"Who"1writes! : and eactrot-whom is pledged. ,
all those) faun owner* have mustered gangs of hired assassins, :
imofentc.tb of-ht blrffl .the 'greater'gossipMr. ;
news NovembeF yaln.began to
.ytle .reeond'poollrannouncing ton''s -111* .from the.Atlagtic'amt.Dapbne: sweepup.' waD" ..- Lovenew br1rL Scandalmonger. stories. Tulle's;."rolly'.erenr'" to murderat least'one person, namedif anything happens .to his .employer/; ,""

,. '-\ wn' departure forAwerlca. His at.jtempt by"" :; ,- -. __:"t f Cets'youVacqualnted 'with 'lots Some;go furtheranrpoblish In the mOl1llq.JIa1>rs the name aDd'' rt e
: derlng 'a- '
alopeIUndet"tbetgr'ayekie4' ,
: : > actr'doeaD't'1tT'A' Ji'Tbaf.aHJlbiiy
'.; finding1 ""werkrjn: .longhand!: Lovenew' Of lt-* < *- Of 4hoswk."will-b.'immedtatet'slat:: : .If they! mardHedtbem..r.*.and" ,
.att< ; .the-"stormy IJhore./.reaJlsed ,'that bel':1dnt ,"IThe1'.aTMn has clr-: e''
.. ? papgr'fbr suchJadvertlsemeBts-glve "- lots!-"RZ i,9
that 3
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toerest'Zhaf :
10-promise .
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. NOTICE OF ELECTION. .J' Notice of Election.In DANN'S WORKS {

J j' Council 'inT .. ;t oaordaao. with Lbs law la such. ...... wads. .

City .. WHEREAS. Th. twUUtur of 1i:1: ; uM.r. th. and provided. It U. hereby' a.. -......and declared _./ rJ.:;a.l. .,
ri"ElecUOu-'WIir: l be bald at Naraooseea .
Cotuitltutlanof ll1H of.U. State of Florid. did ,. ".

" .. paw thrM lo1nta-olutiou...propoiliut ot Florid....nd".. Special Fuu.. on Tax Saturday.School Itth District day No.of Oeceola September.county A:. D.. S. :' 'HIGH GRADE VEHICLES E'TO ORDER
Session | mmta to Coiutltutloa of t. StaU
t ISM to dctennln who shall *nr. a* Trust. ol
;I ... lbAtth. ...
{ and the MUM w as-rMd to br a vow of REASONABLE-PRICES .
the aforesaid Special Tax School District: No. Ifortwey.srsaextaft.rsaid AT :. ..
.01 all th._be.. looted. to sac ........1 V V5'' .-"' ..
Election and to IU : .r "-
_ that th*TfteKta s< d Joint B*olutlons ,ww. .n. : : .. V S V ., -V
the num..r mills of district school tax to be a
toyed cone their rwpoctiv Journalm with you .. '
and bet collected by leVied for each of said two...... . V
inos.TtofcCouncil1 to be.payable to --
b THURSDAY-Sept.3, and nan tb_ and th.r did determine and dl- f
-'V S met tn' ad)ourned set* lliq JUuollectorMo the manner. and for root that the uld Joint lUwlation .bo submitted II. D. PlnchsU. R..L. Evans lad. F. W. Hut la. : ,
....tore..nd I.... E.!: En.... clerk. of saId Uetlon
provided. 4 4V
S W J, Sears the time therein and"A'll /
slqn; there being: present < to the.laetorof th*State at the General Bloo-: Blatkaittlthltig.) .J Horscahocl'itg Ropa1rWorI4
furtber. That. there shall Don by order of the Board,.of Publle nstruc .
:' - presided pro lem.,_li..M._PJa o n jQ L., Resolved; Uoa U Novombor..UMM.. ,_ S "". ;-
Handy' and .7..1Gl1ber, clerk. be Irapoted upon any express company Now. thcrvfor.. L H.VOLa;,Cn The purpose of,meeting being1' -doing bust-Jens In the' town, 8ute ot tho 8tete of Florida do .hereby rise. This. 18th day of Auiruat 1_.' '. : .FIrst-c1tssorkmeu.-.

view and equal)** the assessment roll : office ID the town, ft license tax oftwent.ft.e notto that ,4.; V V "W. C BASS. S :.. . .'C,
for tae of 1908 after partially' revUwlnifttod dollars, payable on the' 1st. GENERAL ELECTION yf., i. SEARS 'CKalrman; V I a V Sf ..., ,
October, 1008, for one year lIua>ertntondent. .'- 7
Council day of
5 eqiialir.lnif same, ; will bSIt.Id ia Mob oountr In Florida on Tuot&y V 4)0." '

adjournod to meetKridayrSeptember4th thereot.m.,. n*.t...........10'she. bet Monday la Novomlfr. .

a/t.7/ p m. Itesolved, also, first, That A. ,D. 1WW. tho Hid TuMdcy boln. th* If J. J.: DANN *]
ledger Proprietor.
-V .; clerk' be I Instructed to purchase a THIRD DAY OF NOVEMBER ;Women! Only Knew :,: ._ ,
FRIDAY, Sept.. 4. ll 08. la which he shall keep accounts.recelpt.snd. for th. rUlflcattoci or njoctlon of .ho aaj.| Joint : "
5 "Council in ?t Ar-itdJouroeJ--session: Raolut1onrpn pMlrir anramhncnta .
V 7' 'there being I'rUnt T. W. lIIa.- president to tbo electric light plant.. tutlon of th. ..Slmte of Florida\ via:. What --of-, Happiness It. Would' I -. '
C. U Bandy, W. J. Sears, U. Second. That he shall \keep an' acCount a Heap I

',)Wl. ,Psnu.> f. A. Vans Agnew, ell, ut- of running expenses and repairs.TbJrdfThat A JQINT RESOLUTION pn>po>lns an ,.18a: to Hlssimmee Homes. ,
R clerk. he IIhlll 11 keep /1.11 account mont to Section Nln (5)) of Article Fin (1?.) of b '
: ',tOrney, *nd J. : Gilbert and Improvements.h Hard to do housework: with an ..._.... .. .
completing the review andJ.equ.lhat1oD of all extensions the Constitution of Florida rolatlnit" to Judtelal actJ.1 .. 1aS.P44.- IE"NIET Ih5(4.
I After!: I log back. a
-'t'- h --founhj-The-general shall.t> -s.iariSs. -- - .
lax assessment fof 100S, ; .
of leisure
VV .Jthe-followlnir( )( resolutions were mtru- charged up with the sum of $lOSii.00for r B. It Ro!olv d br the t.....Ulmtut. of the $4at Urines or at Tiours misery. at ' j ,

S unanimously adoptedi street lights --annualt' and said of Florldat -- S MACH BRQ.S-
ducetl which were "
; I If women only knew the cause-that :
V amount shall credited to tii4ectrio That Section Nine (III) of Attlcli Five (A) of the ,
V Backache from sick kid .
pains come
"' Whereas'It has been ascertained light, plant \ Conitttiitiuaof the St&U of Florida b* and th* .
: *
-S and determined by the Cpqncll! that V Klft.lixThe. 1IQpt"rIQleDlen of the urn .U horoby amandodsoai. te road M fullow neys needless
'Twould much "Sale
save woe. i and Stable. ,
:lh, fallowlnir sums will be heeded V the coming year for the following cleric on Monday before the drat Section Nln V II). The salarieS. of Jostle of I' .
; . Tuesday in each month a. follows: the Suptwn Court Circuit Judgr and Judice of .ne.vs.
town. purposes: Klssimmee people endorse this: (WOOD-:-DRAYlNQ a
5" S V of wood on yard and the -
.' Qrst, amount Criminal 1 ourt of Record shall be.(Ixed by ,
".GU. 12V
.1. fund V. Klssfrnmee I1a.
For ctrlc l lUht Mrs. Sasser, ,
r..r ........iwanu.1 L42V mount. of wood ulled, .during the LeirlmUtur Ian: "For months kidneytrouble ,.
V For strsst fund V V a.fI24IIL. 'month> le u.n4...the.amount "That the (oreaolns-amendment of Section. Nine Everything is! Now Jinit -FJrHtClass.Vc, will:1): ;
S j.1\1\ c. clung to me and I was causeg a" treat
far tchool fund. I
For sanitary fund /ifI6 CN ued jo extfenslon and Improvement.durln'll (II) of Artlcta Five (B) of th* Constitution of Florid deal of suffcrlnir. Some days I.could Render Prompt ami Satisfactory! Ser-
V For bulldins-( fund 2ra; 02 the month; third, amount of U hereby asr ed to. and the**m*hU be ub- accountof
V V For .bond Int. fund 1.1)12) 0k"- wire used in wiring houses; fourth, miLled to the electon of the State for approval or hardly /Ret about' the house on I S vtce Day or NI bt. All Kinds
the headaches which en-
V "For' slnMiafund V I.UI 0" amount of lamps used ou streets; fifth rejection. *t the next aeneni} election of Repreeentetive d'Urecj.) severe If I sat down for awhile it required Heavy Hauling. SAT

Total ,IO.M6'P44 number of lights sold to Individuals; horaafter. .. required by Sec Ion. On (1) an effort for me to vet up. I J \
the following tax:: sixth, he.shall also report, IrnmedlaUly *- -Article Seventeen (LtlWupid: Constitution.
: .1 S JTleiolved -all' also had some trouble from.the kidney BEANJAN'S! OLD STAND. PHONE 113. ,

: rate be. and the same is, hereby levied new1111'ht8 installed and lights shall JOINT RESOLUTION propoSing an eonendmentte secretions, due to their too frequent "'..... "'..... ..... ....... ,.....,. "'..... ."'..... ,...... ....... ....... '1"'
S S upon all the properly, real and personal cut out; seventh, superintendent action. Seeing Doan's Kidney Pills [IJ : V
make inspection every Article Twelve of the Constitution of the
roll a complete
V described in. the assessment advertised, I made up my mind to try ;}
three months of entire'line and reportto Stale of Florida reUtlve te education to be
for the year 1U04: I them. and procured a box from the
S number of lights in une when Sixteen of sid a i-tlclo. oro-
clerk Hoction
known .
rot* lrnral ......nuc th..un yt mill as 1 Klssimmee Drug,, Co. They proved ;
S .For. fltrsvt fund the .um of J .4 mills meters are. not used, and I In said report vtdina- for th. levy of* special tx for the support beneficial than any remedy I ever .
SI For sehoot fund the sum nf l'''i it.'ii. state size of lamps used. and mslntennc of th* University of the more ii
V anltaryfund th.aura of 1 mill ...... usedt The contents. of one box: stopped THE GRUYSTONE IIIIR11GE B G : .1
V-5.5 YobuIldIn.fundth.lumof Kor ' >i mill Sixth The clerk shall furnish list of to those superintendent stet. of FlorVI. the Florid.Deal Female end, Dumb.(.011.and ( my backache, strengthened my m JIIOGHIJE
of Blind.
V.V. )For hand:: Int. fund. ths sum of 2i mill plant a the institute for the kidneys and -restored me to good
: i For sinking- fund th sum of 2 mill entitled. to lights, and upon receipt of the Colored Normal! School. Doan'a
.. health. I am willing to give
; V I I For-sliutrlellKhtfundtha'umuf ml' bald list the superintendent shall Immediately Be It Resolved. br the j..rfIslstUre S of the SUteat Kidney Fills the entire credit for the ANTHONY A. ,LOLL, Proprietor. t. .f

a V 4 Total mil...... -1 milk cut' out all litfhts not on said Florid: change in inv, ct.IHI Itiun. '
Individual Jlcenso lint; also that _the superintendent| be That 'the foPowlnv Kmeralmont to Article Price 50cents. -
-- lW<>|ved." Tha tan For sale by all dealers. ; S 1-AcaersiTFa.rbaiiksMorse POR t
:. allowed 1140 moTilh for the enduing rw.lve-of the! Constitution: of the sial l"f Flori- V
._: tax tie Imposed upon the persons en- per Koster-MIHiurn! I Co. Buffalo,
V-- : :rawln" In "J"l'l, ?lnlC or -transactlnifvrlihln year under the same tertps and 1*. to be known* Beetion 101'ot-MiM Artlclb: betnd New York sole airenls for the United
: conditions last S Kreed t.o and hall b* .ul>- Gas ;
VS as year. the umeis hereby V
ne\erRl '
V ; 1-"" < *n th<* ociupa1lions :StaUiw.: Engines f
or professions uurucd iu chapter There belng no further business the mitteH te the electors of the State *t the nextreiieral lemciitb tire name -Doan't I -and!

-V V S5B7 'of the laws of 1 Florida acts of Hound) adjourned to meet ;iu regular election of KpreM"ntttves. to be held In take no ollHr. 5 and Irrigating Outfits. I I

V the amount of such I license to he session Tuesday. Oct C'h at 7.30( p.m.J. .Lhe year ;'110'. rtllictlon or rejection.
1(107 a
_. In each c&.." Il7iy percent' of lh !jiinuunliuiposed .. 11.-(jlr.1' 'HT. T Vsi..,.1] IS" .......,. !". A ".|M..-lal .laX <.' <>'<" null. 01.tin. W. W. CARSON, D D. S. V __ -V _. l
'Pit thu tLlvhlltl
Clerk. In *
'.lull.r..f.1I 1XHble I'ropi rty
*>v said chapter. andthe, same
ik K-vi4, siinuill I I) for the supi>ort sn
im, "*e of tUC1""raltr..f th" Maio of Kliri'ln.

. ---..- ..1 lior .attachment This florid, ; cllinatn ill* IV.""41,4 I'rm ilr Cnl1i.v<-. th. InattluU for IhuU.hid. I RIVERS BUILDING [ -_ _

is -alculaied to create an indolent :) l>cnf ,,iM D.."-l. wiut thiM'oUtrcd i S<.rtalxhool. OVER OBCEOLA PHARMACY

I 1i14i1 it. and with Rome of us it U at .....h shell I.u"L| in,n t*. fh' sLat* I II ARTESIAN WEfcLS DKIVEX ANY DEPTH :

; J I GowegpondencB [{ easilycreated.. \Ve oceasionall rrvyni-t-r (.p'l,, **t-t npitrt l h y him to tin* cnlu ..r OFF.C6. HOUBS \I a'TO,1 TO W "MON.,.. ,

; arouse fiout our c vpMfintHtid | t..l .-'
are mentioned, s "wtlnles.tlh flitiiiUHetVoi I..i tliti.r.crituf, *"*.! ,a'lltU- DR. E. F. AKERS
iur and ntfrtlier limes with hope until ._ ll'.na ,"lu\n'llry| \ I ; the net vrccrtiutf .i4 iitrtin.tumult We Solicit all Kinds Work i
a Repair
Defense. of Fishing Industry.. I the question betoine: another old 1 1 tli. MI tit c. kuO\rVti a.-4 Chai>UT MiM, ol tin, DENTIST

S story, and weTPhnmefi ir ;prAlflus. po LU"*H ...I I lt.r,1.' ) fl|-l.F'_>.\ S. To the KeillorDe I .
5 sition. Wejiropostf to VhVopt the live --
V V r Sir: 51noi.IOe and let live theory by living a<* lone l I UUnoljU.lON; :| AH iinieiitlm" i Co.: I i'houo 7.;{. V 1'. <

( that the Frostproof con-en ad possible oiirselyew and UiAiiii) :.! >U to "",'t I.'n Thirty! vi"t 1 All'"- K\c| of i Cruwn Iride) and l'orC.PBn! work a ".
of the Hartow\ FlorMrt. relating. 1 Ii.- *>>t h- j
pond nt other) people to enjoy the BUUIC ble.. 'Hi.II"II.f oclaHy.|
V In Issue of August :II, t a lies I S I Ii.honeul I of\ Cot.ri. NOTKTlio leHirinjr services Bargains- iTIaIStore !
injr. : my
S Issue with the llshermen for their, manner \Vvll a drowsy afternoon rri'utn, n" Be it ItfaoKtMl by ,lA'ifUUture. of thoStat bhould 1 1 make iirvaiiijtnirMrT artvancp. 1.

V ,V of f Hshtntr In the l lakes of Polk I oorrespcindin line of thdught, .so you of "I.'Iurlda.I S
V county. insisting( with that saint old; whole) ) lot of SCUMfrom I I h.M I 1h- ftf'.li.whitc: 'i amrmlu.-M" to Hi-<-tionriurijtU"
a that ivith their need not c.x peel a \lIte;' of t In- ( ..II.h.I. i lV.II ( )Kk\NI:[ no. FJ..A.OR '1'
threadbare story, lake. wlnit tlr Arti.'lf \ .
hut von
II'eh'' thin -i
cot system the lakes will soon be receive lib as food\ u trrare u. i .possible. '! <>r I IK hureby" .I.r. ...i I.. nti,>t hnll> h,' --- .White Lawn 40 in. wide. loo pec yard. J

ple .d. and milking out that soon Hulling l I".i.} ii-i) .n,1) ." 11.1 itttal, inlh I .- ,olocuirf I In* / LESLIE W. WEEDDN Lace from 5c to 15c per yard.

V S a thing of the pact. I're..ent condition linn caused yourcprrespoadent ,t...., for 1I1.r| | n-Jof lion ell he ", 'xlllon.R -- / S Dress Pants. $1.5O to $5.00 per pair. .

V I, Now It ii very evident that the correspondent < to become something oTa .., flrctiun I \ lior.-..(her. tbut i. to hHj.nMrMMluflii . SpEeialist--Eve. EarS Pair Stripe Pants at :$ I .00. .

or his Informer* are Ithiw visited your city several I' T4iirtxtUjji.f\ Ntiid Arliclu 'hftt1b1, I4iIIt'IUII
V subject upon ramblephas VSctiuhi Nose and Throat...... TrunKs and Suit Cases a.t lowest price! : -
514V very ignorantofthe lluies and (XxuU! .to. start la the W DJI.lIJ r 'lUl.ill"Wrt.! _ . .._. ? _.. ?
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(S wblcb'they write, or are belrir wilfully' morning. on anothe/trip: ..:. No'ourlother I*h..,'liernlu, -SIMM--, = ...:::::: : Plclure Frames from 25c/lo$3/50: :.each. -

tnisleu b,- {;)meullil. haviuif au lixe togrind. 5 Am.ftnjtloun tosee Kis LOlwetl.whenvour : !lc1iulI! be c,(Ubllvllcd lu (III. ,lSt.ItO. eX"l'\| Private HosoitaLArhericaa.Na Crockery at the lowe 1; prices. ;./ s
'It is nothing' !but; the same old palmetto develops iliat theLe8h.liiiin'rQn'i)' 1.f V7de for tim crtrtttlon'aiitV'vstabllHhmotit 5- : ."-
V grand grove Fay .Straw Hafs>t%ost. . .I---: ;,. '- :f"
cared of the few. leaders wbo,-Jor ol such ndCHiatialjudlc1'clrcults S
tional Bank
cry will rank It. Bu'tldine.Tampa, .
which wa.b3lleve among '
"raising' this .beon. >t* -S Best Shirt'siriade for '1.00 each. ,1.rf:, : T':. :
V .Political reason{ are / the most &beau'tlful. arrayed cities In the | *J may from time;: > tim, w - a'V. V lV.vq VS V55S
hub tub,. and can naturally get. the south.V < neoflsary-mnd fui the aptmlntmept by '.ho|C.#v .V ionua. V V V VVS S Tinware at >ny old price, .< :, W: >

support of the repress jtatlves of those .Havlna'had'IinoJliorunlty lit observing ernor and eon rmotlon by the !Bente of HJitlon i ial -; The* only--placo you can eettheii. Beaver.Brand ,.

V couotltj, which have no fishing ground the incumbiiits of the/court elraull judKO*..h....."!'. who** terms of pm"e I '. 'I fi' -- ', . . .

and therefore thng1w -lose. by Uahing bOulJe am compelled" to believe that and roner!!jurisdiction.h..U be- '!\* sm *s. Is .

a being stopped. these otllcials are attentive to their du- hereltr provided fuF the circuit Judges 'ajreadvliurein W. t 1 WINN.P1ly4ie'N lJe Headquarters for the Best t Shoes in Town!*

? The statement that constant; flshU>8 tie. md polite and obliging to the J public I orovldod for and may cloi-he nv Railroad

V will soon deplete the waters of thin and we could hardly pass in out Commission with judicial power. in/ all mat rsconnected AM) 8UK
a -$tate,, has been refuted time jud u-ain appreciation of them without mentioning with the functions of their Qfnce.Tli < - -.

; S from actual figures; und other fctat/ed the able and etliclept jantor: :Mr. .. votes cast.r r &nce w:th said t> -ofvwsdamendments K.IONU ...." 55 .. S .

facts and I take pleasure In ojlrfe at- Drfggerb, (''or an all-roundpicce 1 for and the canvass declarations and OtcicazI.: FLi.JA' BUDDED ,TREES .
f-\. t& hlOIl Sueli figures, which are open and everythlpg In its place '
'a everything return. thereof..shall be subject to the same ....
for Icsoectlon and veriOcatlon at anytime oQlcial be has no superior--polite and .
V regulatIons and restrictions *s *.. pr tvtdcd bylaw '
and can be accompanied by'aUI.- friendly to all, fearing no trouble in for Beneral elections In the State of Florida.In DI J. \V. SIMPSON1 Islesworth I

I d..yit If ne e.sary. 1 lobe faithful discharge ol his duty: It testimony whereof. I have hcrwnto set my Nurs ries. ) .

Auother\ county' (not Polk) of this is reallv a pleasure to visit the courthouse hand and affixed the crest seal of the State ofFlorida . DENTIST.Upstalr .
V State large business) in lobe and seethe effects of .hIs neat- "7'" '
is doing a j .t Tallahassee the Capital. thlstwrntyftf -
c1iAsE&coPPo1-RIpQR. _.J '
W..IlOARDr '
&Vhippln>. -&odoare..No .visitor,oo ne -oc th day of July. A."1>.11108:" 4o--Katz EttildlrigTa. - - .. .-- -- ... d'

?,. this occupation: considerable catches goes"without. his friendly greeting: / [Seal H. CLAY Ca AW FORD. I a. m.' to 12 m.i:30to5:30p. We js-tll hive ready- for next. Fall ap.d Winter planting a general

V are made with trot-line, etc., and the willing at all times to patiently wallonany _,_ .- aecretary,8tste. E'HOURS: : m. assortmenvof Orange and Grapefruit Tree of f all leadingrarle-
V -whole makes sv. fine-showing-: one that seek his aid. He ls certainly - Telephone No. 76 Jun'5. Ivr ties. Our trees\ are budded on Rood healthy rough Lemon and

that will be readily understood to be an honor to Osoeola county NOT ICE OE ELEC ION.To -..- Sour Orantre roots, KUvrai>teed free from insects pests of any kind.
_ _ *, f1ot vait importance to the merchant and we most sincerely hope that he AH budded from bearing: tree in our groVes and thekeforetrue to jt, 'i
,- V -of the on*town where this money is may 'enabled to retain. his positionas the Sheriff Osevula-CounTy the State' of name. Our facilities for growing/ nursery stock are second to ..

_ _ V: t.urlletlloo.e in trade. I am appending long sfl it suits him to serve us. Florida: r- V Sprigg FlemngCLEANING none and our trees are as fine at motey and twenty year' :.*. exper. ,
S the actual figures herewith both Well I'll not Intrude on your space B*It known that I. H. Clay Crawford. Secretary lence can produce. We are to ltlngr specialty, this .ea.on of the

VV -of abs weights of the fish received and. any further this time, as I do not like of Btt*of the State of Florid do herebysrlve famous California VaUnol Late which Is destined -become the _ _

ahippodf and also the cost of this fish t.o nave part of my article left ou\. on _lea that. .. greatest mone>-maker la Florida. Our Valencia bud come direct -_ _

as paid to the .fishermen. This U toeS .. account. of space.. OCNERALEL cTION from the best arinirtreeN in the district now famous for prow ,.
''I , Lan1ericaIs.Titnes'is4ernInglr oa Tued y next: eoceeedlnc the first Monday InNovmoT.'A -

k : ,:..: .- ......423,1681ba. .2324506 . Itoe.the said Tuesday beIng the DYEING. VV Vrlte for Prices to J.-'W.. HOARD-( OothJa, Fla.. or call and (e ur' NurJ

l9o4.----.514.74oS4o: : : : .. 3028580 dull In this locality S THIRD DAY OF NOVEMBERFor 'series'at Waco ..
.S "- 1905-. . .. . .-. .683.394.31332 28 the fains 'resldentll Electors. REPAIRINGLeave S an Florida.Midland R. R. '. :
owing to recellr.heA"7 6*
i 1906. ..,. . . .. .847,278'" 49778 60 which hsve continued now for two For Representative from the Second Oonsress- V sjfr;; ;_ _
.1007., . '_',' . .1207,419 66402 63 weeks, making the roads very' bad. moat' District of Florid" la the Sixty-first word at house and clothes '

V Mr.: James H Lanier, a former resIdentof Cons-rose of the United State my
) will be called and returned. Malsby
$207044 25 tor
_ -, ;.Total. .3,675O6lbs; this neighborhood but wbO has For Governor of the State ot Florida. Machinery Co.V

"|At loaM t.wohIDIr.. are evident from been on the east coast for some time, For Secretary of Bute of the SUtWof FlorIda. j -

*V an examination: of J.b.M figures has returned and is shaking hands Tor Attorney-Qeneral of the State of Florid ,

(1) That tbe small towns of Polk with old friends. Think the Insect\got For Comptroller of the Steti of Florida." Satisfaction: Guaranteed 2 12 OCEAN -ST .. . . . JSONVIL'LE. ,. FLA. '

_ county are missing a mighty Roodthloar a move on him.7V For Treasurer of th* State Florid '

'I througn the .bor -.Ii'iLtedDe 1 J. M. Eubank Is making preparations For Superintendent. of Public Instruction of th Portable and Stationary .Knglne,' .

.Of ths few,- aad r for mo v loir to lobe east coast to Skate of Florida.ForCoramlealober. V Saw Mills Wood-worklncr Machinery -

(I) That there I.' 110 truth whatever engage 1n true farming. Guess.he if Astkvltur of the State of f"T: V V V Shingle Mills, Lath Mills,-and

_ _ i la she Oft repeated! statements will soon,.::<*nd. out there ts no place S Florid . S -V V S V general line supplier.. Comply -"> .
"that-t hlag:Wll'la oon deplete lbe wa' UK:.-home; r J ' For Two Justices of-tho Supreme'ourt the -4' line carried In stock for ImmediaiM/ -.
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ten as there are mora fishermen en- Mrs. H. ;J. Hancock anticipate visiting State of rtorid*. S ; Real, state Agency. S shipment. Sold on easy term*. I_____

_4.f..a cued in the business each year,' and her daughter, Mrs D. Hancock, For Railroad Commissioner. of the State. of t" '
' V .....;._.- S f TT i- .
yz1 tb8.f oeTpt* are steadjly Increasing, now living' at Lockwood" Orange It will payfyou to consult u*. before,
the 10th SenatorUI Dl*-
Senator t.-
fully 90 par cent. county.Mr.S I'orauto Realty bought and sold. 5- buying. Postal will bring our salesman .

However,: If those whot ",.-_these Quln Bass has"gone, to see his trict of Florida. -of rented. .... 5 _". S Write for Illustrated catalogue. ,?,,.
the House a-ta- .' -
father, Mr. Arch Bass who has been For On Member ot<< 4Houses and S
m>o their very floors.: csreto u price Swe. :
spurn them let them not- God fault Very side / ,-- - rinrida. .:= j -- Tx.ipkLand.. Titlaaiyor-: b .., .,..Gwral BourtMM-n A...... for CsUbrsUd ru.,.alwr CnfIIM*. BolW* sad.Saw ,
I Ulflm.\
MrI. A. Eubank Is' taking ad. For Douutr Judo .
\ nonresIdents .
flied for :
-with those who do realise; a (food -:
thiog when they see U proved to .vantage of the weather by clearing up tot Bharlff. V I Fire Life and Accident Int
; I :
ath.ia.V S hammock land preparatory' to pi ant- For Clark of the Circuit Court.

log sugar cane aDd .vegetables. For Proswrntlac Attar_. . V aurance.) :
'1i - Any> merchant who will oppote., the We bkve been Informed that Mr. For Cottnty: siMioroi Tax*.. jj Indemnity! Bonds.gprir f R C' '

-V V D.bhllr of the inland water when oar 'Cbas. Donegan was badly hurt b.abOil For Ta*Collector. ..... oj _,LJNS 0.L.LEG E ,
V 4rted- ----9C----r.
cutting hlaion'he le1or which Far County IJap*r ten .nt of PUblIC Instruction. '
law, oooaralts commercial suicide and he was taken to the doctor. for .treat For9=olaatlf Treaarer5V FLORIDA'S 'OLDEST COLLEGE.
_, ", should not be regarded. havlnirUie ' Far County Bumror.For ROQER8'UVERWORT .

'. ,.wetfaro ot hiroommunliy at be..... ment.' Sweet. potatoes' are.plentiful anti are V FIT County Cammlsalonsr" TAR AND OANOHALAQUA .* College, Ac&deny' and Sebools of Music, lxpressjon. Fine Arts, bomOraei -..- :
and Indu.trlal
_ V Thsoklng you for valuable space dalng floa,-,' The dreaded ,catterplllar, For Three M mbrof tM County Board of Pub- For tha com.lM* enr at Cough, 'Cold7; Ball and third Art.a men's and ClonnlW ilusInm Bow "; _ _
V vou'liay allowed, me,' \ which almOstdevours thorn every' year' Ue laatroetkMC Asthma *ndBroDohltrt and all LangcomplalaUtendlor h..ltb 000ailionsidne> flag uplaotritf IIwhle' st... and h.n.>. ,-.,

I Your truly. has not appeared as yet. \ ForJoatio.ofth.PMo*In and for the oUowlas V>to.P\.I.for U..rwo.T..r mantln and fflMLMUlt.,. 811 ....."' -. IvInna.hunsuil.tio.f.j..zeesswyi.r. "'aa'a. tIOIUCe:
Wild Cbernr bv* ages an ef t "
ON* W o JCwoyrs. 8UVSOJUBEB. JuatieaDi.trletavls. : ..2,..4. 5,, T. tbllha reputatIon a* Ddard couck .mS SSSSySSS'fftt! . : .*; schol&iihip. S&SR. (S fav. :: i'l._.Z.' J; sad for UM following JustieaDtotrloU ._04,. It contains no ovlnm or harmfulSeag.eanbb .i ,
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Whittier' continues1 progressive lathe The Osoeola Pharmacy' has secured j j haM sad aAzsd thai .Gram ft**! of'the : Sale. Next session befflo October 7. FO .catalogues address the Pr .jld jntJt /

arts and jclenceamrart., .of.,..roaltUut .ibt local agenct" for the famous East-, cc4 aj] .ZfJ< &3>#ZZ u..: Z1MJ I.Y.dss V .
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...roour: science: of dotogmostly! took ranging In prices from (2 to tlJ .... per head.. SAppvJoMc.Prougb ; .. _

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