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 18, 1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00351
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Pfogta'nf-f rL Laying Corn rstooeThe ,. '... - .

By Kissimmee' in One of .the Finest Shingle, <
.Exhibitions( of BaHlPlaying Emptying Enough Water ui tale .,.':" -. ...... .. 1 ",-.,. .

Seea This Season.'. cbmmttu) appointed '.'-a-massmeettng/ "of citizens to, arrangetJr to Raise It an Inch Day. : . .. i' .. 1 &, ,_11. 'I .. .iHi 1

,n, ,, :_ __ s celebrating tbe laying' of the cornerstone of the new Usceola High ,, : . ; :: : 'ItI
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School building merit the office of lobe president of theSUteJBank. of -r ,. .--T ', '.;'. : J."J. J.-- ,
: We' swat 'em once,' we swat 'em I Invitation oommIU..lrom.the Through the : -I :. : '
Kissimmee on Fl'ld.J'la..Dd by special a courtesy of Capt.. E..Pi: ; ;
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-twice we swat 'em till we got their life..v .- Board of-Trade.Aer-dlscu.slig-'the'ad.tsabilityof: : having! *' Dann.-owner and m..t.f'rof"tbe launch -. " \ . .." ''
+ That's: what .Kissimmee. boy did barbecue committee decided, il was not 'feasible. The following, Kmeline, a reoresebtailve or'the Val .', I . "joI.I',,\ ' .' ". ,
to the Orlando bunch on the local) ball profll'am'w.a presented by .the grand marshal of,the days Judge G.F., ley Gazette enjoyed M most delightfulride : '" - ' . A. "
.field'last Monday afternoon-- Parker, and adopted by the committee. \' on the lake Tuesday! afternoon 1 ,
,jf Those! Orl.ndoenL.. have on several last, going as far down-.slhe mouths'
the .
all Program: of the> Laying of the Cortieratovo of Oa *ola ,
the
occasions put klbash over of Shingle creek.
-our boys-and ;had com*-to" think It H'KII80boo'' BulidlsiB, OC'ober.IISb.190S. The trip was.,made for thepurpose
r -,tear like t.kiPa'oC&ady from a baby tobeafomr The rand m..r.b.I':111 have entire charge of the parade and movement ' of ascertaining, if possible,,' what.effect .
te.m'playing ball but the. of same, and will Issue all orders for Its movement and guidance.' the water flowing from the-r* k
drubbing they received will keep their The line of march will be as follows: Meet at the corner of Perk was -tiavjng. on thetake,.and if the JUST
thininanks: addled for the balance of and Main streets at 2 p: m sharp. The column will begin to move at flow 'was of sufficient volume, to. Indicate
the season wondering how It was done. 2.30 p..m., from Park street down to : strseUJjxenoeraTong Brack: that. any great amount :of water L
Of course the vjtfltor put up all kinds street to Broadway, thence down .Broadway T Emmett street thence could be expected,from that_.-. Of Iler
1 'of excuse, claiming.)'did not play along Emmett .ktreet.to Ross avenue thence along 'Ross avenue to, course It would be only guess work to = .
1 their regular tear, And a hundred or Bryan street; .thence'along Bryan street to Beaumont avenn. thence I,name nny amount of- water, as coming r 'ti
,.wore other fairy tales 'of like charac along Beaumont avenue.to Emmett street, thence along Emmett street from the creek but those qualified to I,
ter' but those who witnessed the game ',0. Broadway, thence along Broadway to Spro.ull..Du., thence along express an opinion declarethe creek .
t eel our boys.outplayed them at every. Sproull avenue to Church:: street, thence along' church ItJe&tto: the -flowing> in twtjtoe; abe amount that is
turn In the road. school house,-forming a looo on school house square. J out through South. port i i'IFtb
'., While all of oar team played excellent Each lodge will meetAtlheICr.spectlve lodge rooms or other con .. .and t this.is a fact it I la tafe to assume '
ball the batter was exceptionally vebient places, form In roper marching' order of twos march to starts' the lake will continue W rise at least

fine Marion Carson, pitcher, striking log point and report to grand marshal promptly at 2 ''. m,, to be assigned an Inch. day for the next week, andif 'ARRIWO1!
'.. out fourteen men and Holmes Pratheras to their proper places In the line. . a heayy rain should fall In th. *
catcher d lit his work the equal of a All county officers, city officers, fraternal Orders and local'.anionsere .meantime we could safely expect double .
;-, big' lesgnerrThere Is the real stuff in e..nMtl--feqIlMiid to organize and report,to the grand marshal.ai that amount of ltorase, which:: I
our Kissimmee team and If they would early as possible the Dumber they expect to nave. I would, give all the water necessary for
i. put In a little. more practice there is ORD&R 4 the steamer to run '"between this city -
nothing in the state that would be In OF MARCH. and Fort Myers. i .t.--:
1. Tbe band. ,
their cl.... Whea the se..oao'peDed i The lake has risen something
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2. Grand Lodge of Masons lu prescribed form. i i ,, oJ'
thinking It wasunnecessary .
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played ragged Inches the
they over ten past two
:3. of Pvthlas In usual order 'I'
to practice to hold Their Knights i weeks..which permits all small craft to I . . "
4. Woodmen of the World. .
own with the local nines hereabouts, 6. come up to the city dock and alreadyttlngB I' -
Local Carpenters Union. .
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but after-receiving several throwdownsthey e. Mayor and officers of the city walking In line of twos. have taken on an exceedingly -- ,:,
tbLtthe ,
"be fact reputation ,
awoke ta I look along the terjront. ,
healthy
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7. Junior Warden oil." .
"' stake and to Grand with vessel of ._.. I S
of the wa..t. ; hand hears the
town
I. Still on every oDe ,
8. I Senior: Grand Warden with vessel of wine. "
It must win and win good of the canals for while : .
save they cry "lock we
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Deputy Grand Master withNessel or
and strong.: So they went out to practice corn. v I expect to have sufficient water for the 'I. : L. :
10. Oldest Master of Lodge with and constitution.t. j :
the result that by-laws i. .
with .
a -few times I next six months permit the uninterrupted '
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tWo I
) Grand Master supported by Deacons. -
,, the boys from tha'town of Orlando a .' < I travel. of steamers, jet unless .. "1', '" ,.--- ,
12. Grand Bearer with flag .
VHatylard I '
suburb of Kissimmee. did not even ,I something Is done to protect-the oa- ;:: ;- .
13. Grand Sword Beaver with drawn sword. .
keep oilr boys warm although the visitors 14 Orator of the day with members of the general committee riding I nals against the next dry season, the : ,
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plaved harder they ever saws conditions will attain prevail as
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played before. cau-lages. I have the past six months. .1 A S 1endidLine .' .
15. All
we admit Orlando team county officers rldlol on horwback ; : .: k
Of course '
10 Members of the Village Improvement Society In carriages.
what
is a good one, and they put up 17. Hum's walking. two'bv two headed by t.eachers'oILhelrcl&se.. APPEAL FOR ORPHANS = ,
--' might he termed fair .', bud when ; . S '
heal thing, ash Upon arriving at sohool house an oration will be delivered bv Dr. they go up agaiu.tthe they G. At Nun nail)', orator of the day after which the corn rstou. will be !! -. ,''r- : tr
last
they did on Monday very ._' ,"
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laldl by the brand Master. '- '- "
discovered It was necessary to I All Classes! Give the \
soon, considerable to be call-1 There will bo songs berure and aftor, the ceremony\ which will be Asked.JO' i : : j)
strengthen 1
ed a real ball up than and (ret In the Kluimmee i arranged. by the musical committee: composed of Mersrs. J.W. Prentls Earnings of One Day for I of ; ", :
.. class. We aNl'-t'e.llol'ry our j J, W. Simpson, J. Mlllson, Jr and R M, Even I =
N .suburban visitors took their defeat so After the ceremony each lodge division will disband and return to 1 Their Maintenance. ". .
its own lodge room In usual form. : i .1
mistake In
heart, but they made a :
to :
Bret nine andvto convince There has been granted by the. railroads, a rate of one fare for the : f .E ,....
taking them on our we ,have nothing but the round trip from Bartow! Lakeland, Sanford, and intermediate, points.ATXEIJJ1ON. The first, Saturday -October will : 1- ':
theI
best of feeling In the matter\ we will ,soon be here This day used by :
theState .
'w' take great pleasure la publishing a1 I I genero-us people throughout "' ''' 1' '
has been help to the Orphan- .
great
chaJleuee nine which from'Ai6' feel them confident to our will second be -i- 'I, aye. in Why the teary call attention Because to we this ask t.h.Level''one one .' '

} accepted and those who! attend the .. day In Florida give the earnings : C'Ih'
will be treated to a baUle'royalSo r In'rr..JH
flame we say to our distinguished surburbaniuw .! Regular meetingof the Bo.ardo..r l lor that one day to the Orphanage. We i!

the next time you come ,I ask nothing for ourselves. .theyamay I
soetb looking for ea.vmarkae nde will' ,be held on. .:Tuesday night, Sept. 1 ask is for .ttwnnhlldren.! that -' -' -- :: '
; be cared top clothed l fed, educated .
b.lll1ne. you than had Kissluimee best stop, for. aw things someother 22. A. E. DONEGAN, President.R. I trained In a life of Industry and economy .. ..
town
#. audared for a life o'1 usefulnesJand : .
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t.t are too. hot In this place for yOu. But / I 5
O. MEEK God If glory.The .. .
.,u "3 we do honestly wish you had ipada one the I .
I I.\ 'Ol'phanall'8' throughout ,
anyhow, and we have lectured ourboysaeyorelvfonhreattng.you i if.
run South have their annual OrphanageTir"YoHe' r. -. -.. ..
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did, but the best we can ao is/to leo | 'Dar'lcacaUedbT' .. i.:

.der you our sympathy' ,which we do In REPORT MADE TRAINS I MAKE A R.fCORD.i Work Day, because in It work!I. desired that that I FORSy if
day
wholesale lots. GOOD 'everybody and "send .to engage the. -Orphanage on what Is 't- =.. .. -. .. ... v I '
All who witnessed the game were .' .... '. '
'. M -- earned IY'1t.b many this is a veryharpy I .. . '. I [.
entertained the

highly was 3 to 0 in favor,of although Kissimmee score, and On Condition .of Railroad Track tiring the Months of June and July day the,orphans because,-Ui This.V are is, our working fifth' 0--' .. '.-- I tit."...,.. ... . : I'" ,
to
help '
when Orlando b I '
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It hoped the. y.1l "
f practice a little: more they will pay us From-.Here- to\Narcoossee;, "' Trains -Were Seldom Late on annual..Orphanage. Day. Our ,flribrxytght . ' : -- '': '' ' '
'' rand us 980 our v second 9800. our : :
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another -
:. .visit. _'n- Also 'to Apopka. Reaching Their Terminus... third $l, OO. our.fourth 82,000... I : -" \"I .

JIO'NORARY'"MEMBfRS .... Will not m.robant""f'ver.r pusbLCaorganization . : : -=- __ *. 4
people in e very-occ.upa:
.I a at TALLAHASSEE, Sept 4, 1908. The Florida and West Indian TJrol-. Lion, churches, Sunday schools, wo !S':1; ; :
lion. R. Hudson Burr John L. Morgan ted (trains Nos. 82 and 85) of .the Atlantic moil's societies,young people's unions. .

With These Mew Members It Becomes Newton A. Butch: Railroad Coast Line has reached the ter-1' secret orders, every IndividuaKJq the : .. : --'- .:...... .
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Commissioners. Tallahassee, Fla, minus in either direction on time 57 State sen*Us the atoioii of t.blir. .' 'r ---':" .- ,
i One of the Strongest Dear Sir-I submit' herewith report out of 61 days In ;June and July Saturday In October? If 'you"'wlll.d Q i. '' ;- ,

.- of the cond Hlori of the track of the A. The New; York Express (trains No. this, 1 aiiTBUre you will put' Into our .
,./;: Bodies' '.in the South:. O. L. R. R. from East Apopka to Kis 80 and 89)) made even a better record. hands 93,000 for completing the san .- Is

simmee and from, Ki..illmee.o.Nar! ; Train, No. 80 from ;Jacksonville arrived tarlura which 'we need. '. '-- .' *
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ooossee at Washington 50 out of the 61 i B. M. BEAN $upt'. .
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.. Pursuant to a resdluftMi passed siHbe I find the road from East Apopka to times on the minute Jo. S9JromJ> 1t __ .. .1tjClAlat !J.- i ..
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last meeting of-it Board Trade Kissimmee& good'eond Itl o.-: It Las York reached Jacksonville on the minute .; : ,;

*' instructing! the executive committee to practically been rebuilt. The right of 66 out of .the 61-days.. j, Death of Mrs.,Wm..Smith. ,. fHTB9JVTT11Beautiful : .. .. 1.I ..:-

f. -submit name! of..con-resident property way has.,been cleared all excavationshave .Tbfa...recardTU: :more .remarkable -: I : .. .,
+ owner in Kissimmee for honorary been widened and embankments, when It Is considered that these trains Mrs wm[ ii Sntltfi died *uddenlat I I' .' ; '" .
membership thai body the commit- have been filled out and the roadbed covered a distance of over one thousand her home near Narcoossee Of\ : ;'t. .
mlttee presented the following; which has. been put in good condition. -miles havTng-iibmerous' meeting' Thursday, September 10th.: The Ie.z ':' _
tax. .fif'.ere duly,enrolled: and. the secretary About ninety per cent of the ties-are points with connecting' trains. The ceased lady was<.apparently in :lie I, > I j .
._: ?-_ T noted to notify 'the gentlemen new, having been put in within ..h.l..t figures establish for the Atlantic Coast usual health; and had berm out vlult, ... J :. \ .. ..

-'- . ttbelr election 1 year, A pile driver has Just finished Line the 'record .punctuality and law friends.' Returning home late I ID ', ' 1,"' . _.J J..{, ,
VV.CParson: *, Arlxonaj. F. driving piles for all treaties, where reliability schedule and, train serve the afternoon she complained of fee! I' ,' , .
I $
Coachman ;J. A.-Crantord-awreoce tog' badly, and lying down "the bed ;: :-' .
they are needed pretferatory to completing ice for long' distance. on ;:;::,
a' McNeil. 8. B.. Wilson,:B. W. Blount,. 'all repair or strengthening. The Atlantic Coast Line not only af expired In a few moments., . ,-. -. ;!!I .
'W..W., Cummer, N. P. Bryan, ;J, M. trestles. fords the quickest time between the .Mrsc Smith was one 'of. the, pioneer I .',' ', ..
"..4i- ,Bryan' Jr.,, W.-" M. Williams; M. The track originally narrow gauge' north and the south, but It has main. settlers of this section and a sister of \
Bryan sr. Jacksonville; W.. A. MOo has been changed to standard gauge. t.lned'tb..e' fast,schedules with remarkable Messrs. Bob, Steveand Henry Partln: ,
L :-Cool Plttsburg, Pa., Frederick '. ', "- She leaves, husband and several .
\ r Hen This track ts laid with rail between precision.Fourth .-' "
E. '. 1 -dekoprer, Washington. D. C.S David 45 and 60 pounds weight grown children to mourn her loss.

cSp Burns,'Loughman; F..N.Fell Siberia; From Kissimmee to Narcoossee, distance I Quarterly Conference. r The remain were Interred in .the l .
I. H; M. Kr.uo.rE..T. Copley, Phllar of 14 miles, I find the track averages family burying ground at-Lake Howell ( Patterns.andltyle
delpbla; Geo. W,, Hopkins. M, B. in verv-good! \ 'condtflon..The The foqrth and/ last quarterly con a''arge number of friend aDd rei. ,

'' 'Donaber,.Michigan; W. A, LlghUej.1E. track Is In fairly good surface, and Lie ference of the Methodist church for atlve. attending.Delightful./'* -- = . ..
'$ E. Snipper, J caper Summerlln Fred renewals are'being kept up. Kissimmee station was' held at the r .';'' ;

;+ McConnel Bartow; B. ;J. Moody, G, > ours respectfully. church on Friday night, September 11,' Dinner., '.j,1. ',: :,Right QpJQfo: : '' .' : .
\ .'. A. Petteway, Tampa; O.'B. Howse' J. FRANK 1'. DAMON Presiding Elder 8. W. Lawlei In thechair. ' ;' "Me. ,, ;
I ,W .'Croaby. H H. Petteway,' Z. C. Inspecting( Engineer..IVlajor's . There was a full attendance. of' Thursdayevening end Mrs ,, -- . ,,' .'
Chambllss, OcalaT. J. 'Miller, B. I' the official board and many membersof Thos. Van Duier a-.vl. six o'clock I .r#!:' :\! >... .:, ".0'j

i' .Drew ,W. R. O'N..IOrI.Ddor''oJ! Monday M 1 the church were also present,, mania dinner_In. honor of "Professor union ,I ., .. , ".......
"- 41Hear ,..ArcadyJ.i W.;,.Watson. R. E. nee. festing an- interest. In the. work of the and his charming daughter, Mill 1 or ' ", ._
t'. :,Chaferf Miami; James Lee Indiana; Mayortlur" : '.' Monday, morningmatinee church':' il i . -"' Mary ..Albert.. of Miami"' who an jG. '. ..;. : ,
brought pending a ,few day 'ylsklng old r- .. . I
-.: c. Downing E.A.: :BuCkJ'! Brunswick; to light the fiat thattome The following were. elected stewards : -- b n,4 .w .- 4i
.L.; E Barbau, F.: A.';lJat.clJ..J..W, of convivially Inclined for the ensuing yearJ': ; M. Lee, D. "friend.. and relative- In Kissimmee '.,'" .' < .. '.. '. '.: :. .,. \ _": '.
.Hunt, New York; Leonard Hlllls, Illp' ,Cltlxens who Inhabit the north end of C. Lee, H. M..Pf.no.; H.' N' BrattOn Those present were! Prof. Hinton ',1 t .. .".' ....,. "'yi'j' jt. j\\ ", .,
",. foots M, town bad Imbibed and Miss Hinton Mr.: and Mr.. HM :: .. : '" ,, :, '
;W.. Murphy. Loulstaba;:R. too freely of orange E.L Lesley, J. R.Gilbert,. W.C.Bass.r' ( ; '
) E. Rose Tallahassee;' T,H, Akbury' wine i on Sur.d.afl.eraoon-: The'pastor Key A. Ix Woodward, Pfann, Miss pt..D.: Mrs M. Pierce l ". .- ""'7'f' '';;"- -- .

I L. W.fklabn" : Henry RZe.inger;E.: 'caused them to break the peace In made a' table report showing' Mr. and Mrl.. McPh.tt.eaLL.t.fr..Dd"ra < .........._.9' _. ............."',. ._. (.
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F.. -Steck. Pidladerphla'Jos.; Thur- ,divers and sundry ways. Thewine marked 'progress during the year. ; D. C. Lee, MVs. V. F< Fran .. '< ..' ,'':'1. ,... ',' .
: ,man,.-'eonnlY.Ola. 1 ; O., Af Beach. Floral was alledged to have been purchased There bas been an Increase of thlrtyhve beside the, host and bo........ DUIl8t"1. 'f. .i \ -

1; l }hy., '. ., '*: -.. ._..:* '. from Mr. A. J. Booth, and as a In membership, fifteen b.ptlaedt 1f ,..J.. 1-.:"' .. "' ;.,'
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Goes
.. sequel Prosecuting Attorney Moon present 'membership 177, pastor and Dry.It .f ,_,'
Schools.The baa filed an information- against that presiding elder paid In full to date will not help the man or woman who "'
tf::i .. 'Location of ... gentleman;' charging him with 'a, electric lights added and H36.16 raised has a o aIOX.DpeU... for-drink.--The' - -- ,-- -COME--, ..,...AND. -.--.'.SEE'-r .::. .
r .\, : foilowl ll'te'pOr Quarter jtiol.tlon.et-the..local.optlonlawrAt for ..., -L'.. desire must be removed. If you havea

:t. 1Iay. been Tecuredfor the various"grades ) The Ladies Home and_FpreJgnLMlir friend or relative whom yO ... .. ..
.j "T -of the Oeceol.nlib school for :WolliaaFined ThiDole lIari. slob: Societies also made good reports like to save from the-drink r drug' ; -
; the opening Monday.. October ft: .*. snowing. much work aoo0m11DbeJalong habit, write Immediately for confidential
4 ''t.First O'r.d--Old. eounoll chamber. a aPfll! lal' term' 6f the county those respective, lines.- Information to'The) Keefer Institute

ci ''+Becond Grade!.:- F1eaah&..'.. corner. court held last Monday. Annie Lester, .4 Total number of visit* made-, par ,. JacksonvillerFla.tf. . """'-- c"W
.tore.. I the woman whom Sheriff Prevatt ap t.ott during the year' 204. 'sLattrdry d flANN711
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Third OradFJemlol'' building'; prehended ID.III.ml some days sjro7 J Hoppity Hop.
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Fourth Grade-Fleming building.: and brought back her under a. chargeof Are you just barely geittntf around
Fifth: Grade-Sean building.' \ disposing of IDOr\I'&leilpl'Ope111.' :.The. by the aid ot crutch or a c&aeP'Ua. ,
agency, for the White\ Star
less! yon have lost allrnborhave deformity :: -
Sixth: Gradper. houseSeventh entered pleaof guilty and wassentenced laundry.I* novas the Home Store, a : >
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trouble
GradeBea>rden building.'. J by Judge Johnston to pay a and (f wish your. rheuma
to have
you the
',1-1 High School-Beardeo building. I fine of ten dollars and.costs or serve on"you weekly, just ring 154.boy call and Liam lumbago, ,sprain stiff joints, oranything .; -f".;) THE. OtJTPrrTERt' '
1' up of like naturenu Ballard's .. .. ,
.. thirty days In jail. This ,case has wilt
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be Fist
yon '
put on our and calledon "
Attention I la called to the Snow 'Linimssl and In "
announcejnent .1 been pending ,for some time andmost. / no
t.be B to* weekly: Tbe work Is all don In throw Tour: t.tmeloaC.D ,
;.. . of *svill -prooery Co, 16T j now amount to over a hundred an efficient .away
.'- .our adrertUlng column this week.: 'j : .. manner and at 'Tampaf as well a* an vone. Price ZSe, 6Oo-and

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STATE 6I.W NOC THE :PULPIT. once of Christ Men are .coming te &

:r BATTLESHIP FLDRIB/A/ Plant City la.about. -' to make a movi _, -___ > . their *own.Jesus.Tilm and let. has hu commanded"Loos 1'01H.! .. .QD N'iglit! Sweats, Cough.E. .,, :

; ; which Is quite metropolitan. It If A. BRILLIANT SUNDAY SERMON .IDA did at the resurrection,'of Lazaru*, Walton, Condr. S. P, Bjr..TH, eVan '.

'To Be Presented With (Silver about to put Its ,telephone wires un CHARLES, !>W I\O LOCKE and we, His disciples,. ""b.....v -be n Ness at. Ban Antonio T.s.,
set f too slow to OurLdrd'Injpnctlons.
,derground.. re* are obey writes During the *urnmer and tall., }
Service Citizens of SUte. Men-are'strlvlng to get
: By. from _catarrhreached .
,< Just,as the distribution of the rainfall fret! A starving baby was found I In mf 1002, my annoyance actual
U was'
In Florida hs\* keen very 'une"en Theme Doing the Impossible the East Bide of ,New York: recently that stage whore .k
WOiiNt1/J1 : during the summ
: ENSAGOUAUJUetleo of, the' orange. crop 'has-4>een .un.. mother"and that same day In the uptown , tom*,suoh aa averydeep-sentedoou8h: y
.. equal groves in some' localities hav- Brooklyn N. T.-:-The Rev, Dr,. stores women were spending. Krononiv of Good Rdadn. night awoatt,and pain in the head and ';
\ thou Charles Edward Locke pastor ot the ISO for a.single. night robe There 'wlihteveralsoj, ,
.lug an abundance of fruit while 1 In a.'recent. publication,, by the Da chest I experimented
: of the SuteAre>Emp-clec" .1IL. llhnrs.bave.hatauy..halta.erop.Notwithstanding .., 'Hanson Place Methodist Kplsnop* I Ii wasteful extravagance!: t one_end, I -of Commerce!' and Labor. .called remedle bofor.d I Jlnally deciMU l
to Coatribut.-AtrL..ee! $5,000',? Church.' day 'evening) ; "to a larg of the social: itcaje.; and consequent partment thorough court of PerUna. ,:-
the cry of hard audience....preached..on "Doing What :: dealing with the cost of hauling tarnproduceTronTtUo ..to take a .
__ Will Be Needed.: dangerous, criminality at ,th, tber.... - ,
tine 'whlch'have'reaounded'lhrouglout -' Cannot Be Don:" HI text Matthew farm-to lI'1Ieal'wlt .
wee There Is a safe and sane socialism( to 4G..
the country,' .theimmense receipt 11:20Notblnl: !: shall b* Im which emanates from the teachings 'shipping point, it was ab wn that or to Inform me that the thing for me a','

Pentacola.; 'Fla., -A movement i to of merchandise Bradentown' for the possible unto 'you". Dr Locke'said. of Jesus,. and the socialism Jesus account of bad road way* thecoet, wai. wa to resign my' position and seek

raise a. fund for the purpose ofjpre 1 merchants there tends to I show that in the coarse of his sermon: wilt some day prevail, and ,In that ten'greater than would have. .-"c h Igber; ;more congenial climate. Every.one

-.entlng. .-batleablp ..ll'lorill..llh- Manatee county is prosperous, and so ?. : That I la a moat exoulslt! moment day ''each, shall seek, his own'In hi.brothers' she freight by railroad across tbs cJ. thought I had consumption and t ,
: _
-' mote,It 4>. y.have.asfinesoil: : when tll.tbe-mld.t.of.tlcly long.:
handsome 41v r"ervicar"wa* inaugurated treasure highest rood.-and all shall was not expected to live\ very ;
by Secretary Waterman of ,the and climate as I I. to be found In these ef the Art Gallery. of tbe.Vatican. one dwell In': noble brotherhood.!' Two tlnent. railroad of the "Having procured .ome Peruna. I deidod *-\

chamber of commerce, when..he announced United State. The: railroad and water - stand for the first time before Papa- men. saw a piece of jewelry On theIdewalk The great system to give It a thorough test and appllodmytelf ,
that he would-.devote attention facilities'are"of the first order and ads masterpiece ot "The Transfiura- i they retched for It simultaneously country In normal times pe'nd millions assidnouslyjo:: the task of -,"'
to the proposition .and lend all!,. IJ.I ;JheTallroadcommission has up tlon." ,It wa the treat artfat's' lut ;,struck'their heads violently --annually .ad-tn tba ag.regal Instructiona the1:
..assistance possible In raising the de the matter .rate from FlOrr Work: and before Its figments were : each arose to censure the other, hundred '.t tullllotyi! In Improving}! taking It, a* per .. "t' s'
:
aired amount The exact amount baa Ida points, the trucker ,.wlll( fare dry It was carried In life funeral procesloD. when they found they were ferothjars their roadbed.. and equipment In meantime. '

HQ.t yet been decided upon but the much better. Heretofore the railroad) This masterful-genius defied And bad not seen each other tot a straightening out tracks, leavening "The effect* were soon apparent, a ,.

: Ideal Is for.dthenll: _of 'Florida to contribute have taken the lion' share of hi* a well known canon of art In attempting dozen year. It must not be forgotten grades .and otherwise reducing the alarming symptom disappeared aDd ,

'whatever they !e lre...,. $5,000 I earnings audit ,batacer&y_boped.thu' to portray two distinct Iheme on that all competition*and'..rivalriestoday cost ( hauling. my general health became fully'a*good. 1
and the legislature: appropriate new rating will put at end to this. the same.canvai;;.hut Raphael wa a are between brothers, and I o thus In improvements a* it had ever been In my life. }

1 equal l amount which would give to Corn on' the muck around Palatka good theologian! a* well a* an ,un- some day the vast brotherhood willbepermanently The Is amount largely In excess spent In 'some It- 1 "I have resorted to the, use ot Pernna_ Mon

the Vessel one'of the handsomest service Is a banner-crop'again this year The rlxaUd artist. He ciuirht the double or nlzetl. two or three occasion since ihattm..1o +;
\ of battleship 'of the navy. meaning or'the( .:TratfiflKyratlon and .In the great task of casting out lances of the total net earftlhgl.JCfr of bad cold."
any stand Is not so good'a* last year on ours myself
. I. The movement had Its origin In Jack, .account of the birds. However where saw In It not only the Glorification of the world's devils nothing shall foe .a decade. The necessity: for the,1mpi -
'Pn- Jean*. of mcoislble. Whatever ought to be recognUed, however 4Pi
Ivements
but4beemanrlaptlon- are :
onvllle and every section of the the stand I* thin U 1I1a.nda.out. and y.tankind. Borne or the. ttUngirtne clubwomen ,
;.1' -, late Is expected to respond readily.ft' makes some: times as many a* seven will be,' A moral Imperative must aa>,l they are made. j., of Illinois are going to fight are the \ ':yf
It -Is the wish to Have at It>a t' $3,000 stalks .from One kernel planted, and When Jeans came down from the have In It a moral possibility Kant The more progressive States of the_ cigarette habf /'th. cocaine habit, 'tUe -.l: :1
radiant mountain aummlt anxious aid Ions there la no meaning in
an
ato
subscribed the Utiie the next legislature the in regard '
by all quite well earned. The farmers TJnlon follow tame course ;'j.r:
father met him with the earnest re- an "ought" unless It 1* followed by a Dent theatre. and, unlicensed hotels
keel of the battleship
XThe
! : conrenei there came from the best torn sections "- to the public highways They '
-
"' "
ques 'Lord have mercy on my eon- can. Every moral nec islty will '
tne-tafgest And most modern In the United States, and they humbly explaining to Jesus that ha some day prevail. It I.I not an ought are the highways of the people. Every Kicks' Capadlne Care Nervousness. ,:f.,
of the navy, has beenI\ ld at theadj' that they never saw corn grow and day Whether tired out, worried, overworked, a ,
say every or
dollar of
t had flr taken. hi* afflicted boy to the unless it .1* a possibility and If a 'Improvement I
Brooklyn navy yard -already. The and make thick; which la a what not. It refreshes toe brain and ;;
so peculiarity Increases the .
Florida wa given the vessel disciples I ,but they could not cure him. possibility It will become a reality.A ot work put upon them nerve It' Liquid and pleaaant to take. '
name of li'lorlda'muck.. Taragras*
rtiqUBBl, of President Roosevelt"lubouor .Teaun:' said: "Bring him hither to clear definite opinion o(,What valuo ot all the properlY along: suchhighways. 100.. 290., and Me, at drat stores. :'I
upon bas .been, tried on the muct- for the
Me.and the child was cured that oueht to be Is. the token of Senator W. J. Bryan of past four years .and in the growing very hour In perplexity the disciples and will be. Man's fondest dreams comfort
the anti)
made add to.
member of thej Good '
the
Florida, youngest season yet It fails to hold a stand The product British shipyards
asked of JARII' "Whr coule'l'nnt{ will! 'bf fully materialised. When ofte .
, .... .. who died two weeks after re well-being of all the people Svhelhethey
.nafe.- !:
-4- through the winter; It dies out In we cast him out" and Jesus replied man thinks God'sthourMsand carries ? amounts 2 per cent :
questing the president to use!. bin, Infiucncq live In town or country. A eye- ,
: spots While It throws onwhat la "Because of your unbelief: for verilyI out God' purposes the. Impossible of the world's :
In having one of the new vessel called the timber muck on the borders tern at to and extensive program ot output : /
.- say unto you It ye have faith as a will be achieved. "Thing; that are # '
; authorized' by congress named the of the high land or along, a dlUh: train ot mustard seed nothing!: shall mrionkihla. with men are possible with> road Improvement Is the sure Index THE SAFE WAY TO BUY, PAINT? -

ji Florida Last year an experiment was made be Impossible unto vou." In casting, Ood." Men must become- partakers ot a progressive and prosperous com -

, LIST Of TEXT BOOKS. at Laurel Hill of Bermuda onion with out the world's devil and In alleviating of the divine nature a* the-Apostle_ munlt)', Property owners wTH save 'a deal ..
such fine resuljs that. several farm. the woe of humanity, nothing Peter conJoin The mighty forc of It I Is estimated that ninety percent. of trouble and expense In keeping r,
Those That Will Be Used In the June era have become Interested: and will\ hall be Impossible-and ttlauls tbsprogram the Niagara Falls power' house( 'Is"Mlfonped" of the farm crops of the United their building properly painted, ,

'(jj;,;. ;, Examinations. plant an experimental patch this season /, of Jesus. "Doing what cah- down to cult the capacityof States are hauled by wagon. The average they know how toprotect tbemaelvesagainst
awLhsdos.r4 |la the program of ;Jesus, the machinery to which U Is *vpnlled -
It this season, a number Is twen-' raisrcpreauutatlon and ;
a success farm
haul of all crops Acfut
Tallahassee, Fla,-The following' Is "att a.t Himself down
Faith a* a grain of mustard send. So Gpd teratinn
in
planting
', a list of text boks to be used as the! I of acres will be land In will be/ .high next. All tblnn are. possible to him that t tbelleveth t.. humble, simple men and works ty-flvo miles and the average/ Lost sure and pant guide materials to a Tere'aone a
t basis et the June examination a909: 'following year and showed ." Us wondrous will through obedient twenty-five' cents a ton mile It Is thoroughly dependable White Lead- '
The this a .
Orthoiraphy-Repd: ,,' Wont LeBsou, xpeiliiiuul lilt of year three hundred Faith founds lAnd Im"OIMibilitiea. human Instrumentalities. estimated that good roads throughout ; that's the "Dutch Boy Painter" trademark -,
:'l1 (25 cents), Maynard. Merrill & Co, yield at acre rate and they have keptIn cVim it shell be done. Tn must be born again!I' aa4 with the country would reduce the which the National Lead Company :J

;S' '- ,New YO'I'k.d bushels per house all -Jesus never despise a little j KIcodemii In bewilderment we may cost to ten contt per ton mile Is the largest maker of genuine .
, COmJlOltlllob-Jolements i of English tbroufch an ordinary the Mummer potato without a rotten 'allh" On that late afternoon on Inquire "How can these thence! be*'* other word/, the saving; In the wear White Lead, place on every packageof .;.

::>k" Composition by Gardiner, KlHredgw t onion the bank of Galilee when the mu.Ui- Mathematical men like Philip never and tear on vehicle and farmist ck, their product This company sends .. ;
Arnold 1. UI), Jinn &: Co, Atlanta, ; tude waa hungry and the.}ownwa* will calculate until they reach a demonstration of the fgrmeaec1Cd-th, a aliltple sure little outfit for testIng .
Oa j While most of the farmer 1n Dade far away. Jesus, 'to test Phlllo, Inquired while men of vision like saving In time white ,lead, and a valuable paint
Reading--Any standard author will county are occupied with raising tomatoes : "Whence shall we buy bread Andrew will workln-g the miracleof increased weight of each load, woutdreduce book, free, to RI who write for It. 2v.i
a answe and other vegetable that are that these may eat*" and roa.tb.emat the Impossible The burglar who the expense of transportationjjr Their address Woodbrldge Bldg.New .. .

J Arithmetic-Milne's Standard (25 classed In the regular HA of winter cal Philip thought that two hundred drops Into a mission to while away wagon sixty per cent. On cotton York City.

? cent), American BooK company, I produce there 'are a few who have lennyweiriit would not be sufficient. the early evening hour. until he alone the saving would be $5,000- .-----
g attention to the staple Then AndrVw forabrlef Instant had hall forth to ply his vicious trade ,
Atlanta, Ga.English turned their a go: 000, on wheat $10,250,000 Trained to See a Joke. .
Or mar-Lawton B.I crops; of the northern part of state, vision of faith "s be suggested/: that falls under the spell of the service In view of the tremendous coat o'1highway Can the cnse of humor be cultlvat- 4sl
Near Cutler the farmers are putting here was a lad there who bad five kneels at an altar of prayer confess -
Evans' cents American It Is natural
r (40 Improvement _edT I think of a ,boy with the literal -
In acres and acre85f! sweet potatoes barley loaves and two fishes:; but Andrew ?* bin eta, surrenders his burglar
r company N. too heavy a the arlth' tool, and become a new man. honest that the individual Stateshave Inclined of a small Briton; the despair -
Bre ard & Bennett's and If the rains are not too quickly adopted dhne .
) Florida* cents History-American Book com splendid crop will ,be gathered in the metical process and disconsolately and honored. Tou may not be to look to the Federal Government his humorous fatbe. A systematic r y'

r I (60 Falrbank'), HN lit W. Bifrew tall One man expects to gather about added: "But what are they among so able to etplaln the mystery, bat It Is for aid. There are 2,000,000 course wan begun;in tne hope '

pany. and Jackaonvlll Fla. one thousand bushels from his farm I man.," Jesus however, did not.dls- true-and that Is the program of mile of roadway In the United that child's life might be bren. -

United company States HIstory Wields and there are many other planterswho count or overlook Andrew' momentary Jesus'. /I States, of which less than two percent ed t brlghitened Bach one ,

t'F School ($1J., American ook have figured on half of that vision and faith; and on the Two young!: men came together are, Improved.One two evening were devoted a ,
'Grammar amount Sweet potato growing is not bails of Andrew' "little faltl)" the Inc' a.clerk In a shoe store, the othera means by which the aid of the o t 1\\
of the )
careful explanation jokes as
company. there miracle of the feeding of the five clerk in a bank. Humble men of
{ s-: 'O. lraplly-Redway's' Natural AdN experiment, In this country a in* their thousand was performed. It wa no notable. talents. One can teach Government I I. sought to be secured they appeared In three o the humorous ,:i.

auccd, $125)), American Book corn- baa culture:been during a steady the past increase few years and. faith a* a grain of mustard seed only, and talk la little and the other ran I. by having Uncle Sam Improve'theroada wkte o the better class '"",

any -- those which have been raised show up but It accomplished the Impossible. sing with persuasive voice.. These over which the mall 1 la carried I Puns were avoided, as they were ;'
lology-Coleman'a* Elements of In respect as do those Tertulllan once said of an event: two willing\ souls completely surrendered There are 926.000 miles ot dirt road> more easily detected aid often enjoyed -

-- ..--;$ .'1 0-ce tiThe.. -MjcmlLLan company' aa.of the well Northern every part!orthe'state: The "It I* certain because it 1* Impossi- to God, and consecrated to the now traversed by the rural route.. ; while the father no desire 'i

t .A lasta da. 1 Cutler are especially adapted ble.> and Richard Cobden, when told service' and upbuilding; of humanity fnn, some Instances routes have been b '.
Civil lands' net for punster son At first the evenings
:' Civil Oovernment-Yocum'a of potatoes and that a certain thing was Impossible began a (career which increased In entirely abandoned on account of the I
., Government of Florida and the United.States to the rowing this will be one of the replied: "If that I* all, let us set Dower and effectiveness! until multitudes of the roads. were strenuou*, disliked by bh; 'ss

tp $1)). E. O. Painter company, In a few year cropsNot that section.It about It at once.* General Arm- were awakened from lethargy mpasaablllty of Congress to' "ettab- to the humorous vide, so ti .,I'
DeLand Florida. and Boynton's8cbool principal strong of Hampton said: Doing and sin by the singing and the The power the onlooker, father and son alikewere >-.,-
Civic ($1)). Glnn & Cp. Is. proposed' (bx establish. an Independent what cannot be done U the glory of preaching;of the gospel A \ln, the ish postofflces and poatroads" hat oblivious. But At twenty-five /
Alxebra-vMilue'-High-School 1$1J water wol* for 'the county living," and his great schools for Indian weak.things-ot the world 'were shaken been held' to Include-dirt roads and while he I* notan original joker /i
.
American Book company Jail at Tampa. It the t>lan Ie adopted a and negro youth became possl- to confound the mighty anddeody thus the way,is open for the.Federal this .;
excel in the
'. Physical Geography Maury-Sl- three inch wellwill be Oug-and QjUed, ble. Carlale. Impatiently wrote:. "Im- and Banker became the great Government to engage In highway* none can young man .
Book com- with gasoline pump toXflll. a tank since the days; of .t' ease and quickness with which be detects
xnonds' $1.20)).. American a' possible! It 1* not a lucky wordl eat evangelist construction.
,puny of 2.800( gallons capacity. N.eorg Who I. it 'says'there U a lion -In the John and Charles Wesley, And the During the last session of Congress a hidden meaning, The tnttlayttve .

,,' '''Crlculturcc-John Frederick Dug- <} ;* W. 'Been, senator -frtim the way? Sluggard, thou must slay the Impossible was achieved.- thirty blllt were Introduced seeking; seems no t be lab him, but tr
gar* forwHouthern School, (nc), The flfth district of Georgia bar doted, a lion; 'the way must b. traveled! At the dedication of the Bunker Government tor road improve a fund 0 enjoyment undoubtedly t "
Macmillan company.Theory deal wlth-'ChlcagoXparUea In w iph6ood : llrabeau shouted: "Impossible, that Hill monument when -acpeared money would have been lost but ;
and 'Practice-For all grades acres of landv In St. Johrtscounty. ; blockhead of a word t" And.the great that-an accl1Jent..aa; "Jmmlnent by ments. Mr..1JeU..ul Georgia, fa"ored.' for his consistent training.-Froun

+Classroom Management by Bagley Florida 'were, U voI" I1. It Is Napoleon characteristically !crared: the curglnar crowds! acalntt the the establishment of sgood roads' Good Housekeeping. .. '
r Ul.I6), The Macmlllan. company stated that the sale was\Batlfactory mposilblet! It 1* not a French ward.Q speakers' platform. Webster reonested bureau In the Agricultural Department 1.
.. :. I of the the peonle to kindly mov .back.: of $10-
---- to Mr. Dcen but the purchase price slu the art overcoming and the appropriation
,
COUNTJES -ARE ASSIGNED Las not been given, imp Bible' "' A man In the crowdanswered back: 000,000 annually for highway Im- SAME OLD GAME. :

>.." I tobacco factory I* being e.- .ChrHtlanlty I* the art of overcoming "It is. Impossible!" Thereupon the provement. Mr. Bourke Cockran. ot "That young man stays until an '
T. Agriculture Districts by Slat.Commlsslon.r A new the Impossible, Impossible! 1* not great; Massachusetts! statesman cried Dorla.
,
night
To Ubltahed at Tarpon: Spring by, a Impossible! Nothing New York'presented a bill providing unearthly hour every ,
Christian. :rmpOllalblel
In the vocabulary of the out.:
McLln. which will Import the construction of national irate father to his youngont y
"=- 'Ortek concern This 1* the program of Jesus.. Is Impossible on Bunker Hill! for the a said an
.
Tallahassee' Fla.-State Commissioner leaf from Greece and manufacture cK, ChrlitlanltyVhas already achieved tad so let us keep near the cross. boulevard from ocean to ocean alorig. daughter. "m.a.doea)1 mother }; 1

of Agriculture B. F. McLln. has [ are, cigarette and smoking tobacco. he Impossible Hg the overthrow oft Thebattle of the ages, was fought: the line pt the thirty-fourth parallel alT about "

,;.&;* announced the .assignmenf ot ihc -foc. The farmer of Dade county.are git- tie vaat Roman Bmplre. To destroy there the freedom ot the race."wa. *) of latitude.. Other members had other -Well, dad." replied Doris ,as she, 'i

*Lt3'.tz. counties of the state to'agrlcullanil "Into- ting tmpftlent with the incursions he power and clor of Rome af they there achieved Nothing' .1* 'ImposBlbl9pfr plans, but none of them received a turned to go upstairs, "*ho says snea 4

:: '- ., :
1n :
.
five sepantWafwlslons. men.. Anticipating tr syartng renchei: 1n impregnable furtresses boled committee. :
-..... .Divisions are aa follows] quest of game etc., they are now busy and defended by 8Y victorious With our now tainted 'Bankey we i
M::-"' Mth'erD Division-Franklin.; .Gads- their property to Roman lagfop, eemed.an Impossible may ting In the *weet strains of The United States Is waking up'tothe THK PALE GIRL"Did ;

'1 f 'd'n., Hamliton.Jefferson., Lafayette eeploft' offenders.. riposting Is I.SIIOre result. \ N. sUhttes taan7.Crpi>>tI'a beautiful lots caused by bad roado. The Not Know. Coffee Was. the Qauser'' ],
-
l, Leon,' Liberty,. r Aiadl.on,' Suwanee general than ever before landowners Christianity has acblaved ttte 4 1m-' Inca, : farmers are taking hold bf the matter \
1 c r ,". \jlOIt Walyull* -He) being determlned-to stop the possible In the Bnaleradlcatlonvof. Borne;: 6v the'silver cord will break and that means an'eior roadway In cold-weather some people keep'- '. 4

Northeastern bITlalon-Alacbua., Balter. tresspassiag that occurs every sea ; human slavery, a laboll.c.I'ln.U' -.. And I'DO mote a. BOW hall ling;. development and Improvement It a cup of hot coffee good to help "K

.'' Bradford, Clay, ,Duval_ ,.;,Nassau. son. Ion .culmInated in the custom, for- But Oh the joy when I awake Lt thand.-AUanta Constitution.. warm. So It Isr-for a short time but I. '.
":v Putnam St.v: Johns.-8.-.- tunes,- constitutions lance!! and : .u Within the palace of the King I \ ..3--. the .
Eacambla : There It probably nO crop produced And I shall see Him face to fins, the drug-caffeineaeta on heart :
N)' ,_:Western_Division-Calhoun.; Rosa, (Florida! that,'returns wore and safer radltlons.df men.. Bo, deed. shall ..And tell the story, Saved by Grace. Roadless America to weaken the .clrcul.ton and the reaction ;. ,
t
1I0hne.-Juk.on.Santa. he day nurely Wh nation' .
handled than come when maledictions scattered -
money whenrightly n,rI'shell be atlsfli From the Is to ,,
I- WaltonWashingtonCentral) Division-Citrus.1. Hernando celer,.. The season.will soon be bore hall when not that learn, prophecy war any of more.IsalalKshalllave And1, (1 awake.'lD'' Thy llkeueca.: and the broadcast In the mire of roadies There Is a ho mo.1I'bolea.ehlJneal. 1.

x, Lake .Levy. MarlonOrange;; ,-Paaco... wben the seed beds should be mad to been fulfilled which' commands, Impos.lblV. .shall be forever enhroned"T America by despairing bicyclists which a hal. girl found after a.time.: 'o 1,,

'!>-d, :tiumter, ,Voluala-9. - '-, and sown. U Is hardly necessary Loose the bonds of wlckednes: and fitteeffyBars ago hopes of better 'make wartn'sad .bear c
that the pl.nti i
.ASouthem-.Dlvitlon-Brevard.: Dade.DeSoto. lay_stress upon the fact the undo the heavy burdens._"_, then :the things have taken root.. No gift ofropbecy strong.. .
before a
',V. ; Hlllsborough.; ,Lee, Manatee, Ing ahould norbe-bunled that the accursed liquor traffic will be'over- sX,, Supremacy of Christ is now required to foresee a She .a11: ; v -.

: Monroe.. Osceolav. Polk. St. Lucle.-10. lazing heats are overt so be .unchecked brown, and the deadliest thraldom Men- who denyVlhe spiritual supremacy time when these hopes will have soar "Having lived tor five years f." H.Dak .'.>
,t growth of the plants may which ha ever blighted manhood will of Jesus Christ and reject '
If It Ita : I have used considerable coffee
and brittle. Inno' tpaterlalized that a team ,
fibre crisp
'f THE CUBAN SITUATION. and the be> ended. iThli damnable traffic In HI-claim to their personal allegiance
," .., Is irrigation pt more value, they I good one. will be able to haul anmpty owing to the cold climate., ;As a-re: r
.. > u. jpop I strong drink.nil the prisons with T owever much may admire
'
; i
Commander of 8tat.Troop at Tampa while fertHliep should freely used. 'crlmloal. the hospitals with the in- His character and laud Hla wagon over the gumbo roads suit I had a doll headache regularly

rvr .Says',There'Will Be a Revolution. It I takes .the, "best care and skill to and poorhotiaea with 'pu eachings.' re not, in any roper ot the Mississippi Valley in spring, sugered.from Indigestion'-and' ha no !

FIL--C E. A. Moreno make the beat crop end onl'the best I pers. Recently. a great brewery com- sense,of-the word, Christians, \Morallits and\ the public: highway of the South 'llf*>' In me. :.. I girl'land i
'' Tampa Ptaln It really worth making. A-dlfference pang of this country has published laU phlloBbpherv, even doctor of will be so well buoyed that light ."1 was known as the 'pale ;

:, ,:-, .pj..the Peninsular uiaU-servlrft and Occidental, who bae just linesteamsnUl of an Inch In the length of the stalks 1 paid advertisement a libelous divinity, they max be,, but they have, draught automobiles may navigate ; people .Jho sht ,Lw"Jut, .weakly.. ,) ,1 i
_h J' : a much larger proportionate I statement that the founder ot,Methodism the Name which Is and '
makes no- right to wear In safety.T'rom After a time I bad trouble ; ,
comparative .
commander*! the I them : bear
been.made post obtained U
15' dTfler rdIICH"la-Lho.-071ce! favored the manufacture do
and name, because they
above every "" becam.verinervous, never :knew
this that "of the ,country ;
at point reports every part
atate troops IOHK\ slender well bleacBTea-stirtf-U ale-el-llQuori a* a beverage. The not bow tie knee to Christ or confess .' 'tt7was tb.. r Took:
Ms recent trip. to Cuba. 4n tho steam- by far- more highly esteemed, eveJa'if statements .mlschteroiuJlfi*. 'Thegreatest' Him a* Lord, to the glory of comes the same encourazlng:, '''news.,: 'what '' L.1I'.ILf
m: : *hlj> eervfce convincehim that the I the dgvdr'ahd crispness are 'equal. : total''abstinence soclaty'inCbrlatendom God the Father. To caR *one a Sixteen: States, -now have .-hi.hwaf medicine but. f..r ". me t 4o .
opinion 18 l gaining ground on the Island marketfor. ,In ,.,.- "any gooa. i ,.
tv There 1* no limit to the lathe Methodist Church. Christian who denle the Lordship commission that are trying my'huband 1
: that, a revolution is very'. likely celery at price that ;afford a profit Bucb demoniacal dies will.only hasten ot Christ 1* a contradiction ol terms. way to supply the", greatest "Since blnB' married waa3
,p" to follow'. the withdrawal of United to the grower and a large area should -401l'nr.11'of". "old Gambrlnu inlkiicountry. The Examiner tout of the' nation, which is' good and I .. thought' coffee
,.State,troops from the'1IIland, If the be this winter. : '. .The 4..lIlaa liar, and extreme la New.Tork, harming a* and we .would.Quit, only\\
grown '
At one
;., \, 'rebellion does not 2Ire.1I: out sooner, that Sheriff Van Pelt''of he father efrllea, and'we would expect I Part of Wisdom. ;y,r;> 1904. voted..to expend $50* ;to.4>egln again;,.ltho b.W." rtlt,,, H\\
; the It seems The whl b. In
<1/1 and that the general belief" among had decided to,withdraw > him to defraud his Infernal.buil- r Under was the same ae poison ..
'I' Americans and the more conservative Escambla county It I* no small wisdom to keep silence 000.000 la building road tum. Well"
oesc by'U** and misrepresentations.Lincoln' ;"Then w got some J'o
being .
for sheriff build t .
from the race in an evil time, and In thy adopted the State will
that the feeling
.: >> Cuban |s prevailing I remarks great prophecy the plan et.ctwsy wonderfuL My
\,1:1"- of unrest among the natives. Is that discouraged by some his disparaging action in withstanding :II, 1840. baa been oI-Febrll.r"l hear.t to turn thyself to God and not and maintain aut 'mU.. connecting complexion .IsVclear now hedab.'t'Bone
,i!i trouble I. Inevitable In the near, future concerning the and will surely. bo completely tobe troubled by the Judgment of the principal cities, and)pay-one-half j

no matter what the result ot the mob which lynched defend ,.ed;,; ."When,there .ahaU.; -be,,- real-1 !oe>!._.Let: not_thy peace.depend on 'the cott of:4700 miles. of local yo deqbe and I-ba.s-great-deal-of-en-I''
to had known' while drink-
election for of negro. Shaw and.In trying, the onguesof men; for. whether they erg? I never j
.
the governor counties
coming have nor drunkard upon the built by the \
.. t J
-prisoner.-\ .- -- -- judge: well aa.ill ot the*,thou art-not -
"
be. tkebird .a..cJ.
the ]aland may Then-too'; the broth rhood r-tbe othei'ezti'em6'ytrlawa; *
At: .h. "
... merchant, of harpoon I en that account other than thyself. been troubled ,
The Greek race U to be e tabllsh.d. "Whoso State In;the Union In extent: of h..n' with-i
.t'PURE'llL&RUSAD .' Springs( are: getting In.large stocks of lateth hla brother: is',a murderer." I'I Where are true peace OodtIsabella and glory':Jits Are wad mileage/ where the' use ofthej ; eton slncr'usingpotum,.ant t1':\
,i and boat supplies preparatory "Whoso bath this world's_goods and they not In << no '
.- iOr provisions tttllB''hlgbways.Is. 1a. so'Vast..that ,It .D"ou..aI4'n6 medice. e
r + > !
Importance ef;Wholesome Milk! to the opening sponge diving aeeth his brother hath peed 'andihutteth taro. : ,.eamae.oulh.cou1d be' assembled toloon' x>y'vheKotn;' ,
October 1.Tt'e up his bowels of compassion love' Post dm and thrive on .
I* Recognized Everywhere.. seaebn whlch.compjences, bo1l'-dwelletb jthe love of.God lu I When low Lose.tleneral w ._ .& one day all the traveling done :---l1e .'

i Jracksonvllle.'jlai_Thelcruade_ for orange crop' In Volusla, county bin V'' Some one has recently said: ,- notions about''sta ,and salvation la the State la'a year the line would 'GrapeNol. Reason." 't ; '

':"jI Wholesome. milk, which'the'health 'autttoritles will be"ready to move much ..earlier "No man ought to ,have anything can do you ne good la the way ..tach./once ,and. a halt aroilnd ,the Name. d*.
," of Jacksonville have. started Conditions until every man has something." If ot the blessed life.' '... la a Journey earth which doles out aa annual appropristlon + given by POt' Battle! i

r fs attracting the attention of other than precedingcrops, this: savors anarchy. It Is at least you mnat.-.... milestone after milestone of $5000 to defray, jhe t Creek. Mich.. Read :The 'Jft-i 'I k \ .', 'e
3 Florida clues The'great Importanceat \.pre' been very favorable forte fruit' .true: that many of n* should have less fall Into your. rear, otherwise of;the State college faculty .Wellvllle..lu; pkgs.' '" It c' ', )

; at: the- matter ,everywhere recog- all' spring )and summer,, ,and It has until many others have more. There yon remain stationary, so In the grand 'expenses while actfnf' .In the eapacl\.ot..blCh.: _( z ver4sad tbedove letef .t .

',nixed& and before long the milk supply; kept growing. Tpere are now, plenty Is great. social ,and Industrial unrest march' of a nobler lit* one paltriness taxeommbaslol-Technical.: World :one appears from time to ; .
so.'far.as the cities sueconeraedRa47eaata 'to-day. All these ,antagonism and after another;mustdIH1)p..r, or you ".
the'ptate ,
Clf ; ..oUtaUttbll&rcno.: as,.large ,as chance. Protestori aST""" | sow : (all his
have lost -- Magaxlne, t..1 0
+rlpbrlgorou.lypeel.M ? COllfl.llQna'are das to the emanclpa- ... .your .... . . .
't" .. ...... .. .. <., .. ,1
. ksv werythe firstotiutOgtobar; lhJafu. lJ..ct1. '- ._ ,:::." Utt
+ -r r 'J '' ... -.. - ..' .., .n. I., Uoa.ofmantladtbroyxh. , ,, < '- .' --'
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.. ,, ,UNCLiL; .SAM TAKCS'.:io: YI TIQ'rS'L: l "A" I 'b' R.e" <11 'TruirQ1'.1, ... ,..'' '.. *r. r;"t-withth..oann.- ; 9... gatl'remt;;;';; /another"blow > ne ;

.'J h tefa aot forward to phi tnaln'deck!' tQuclmj, at t4i. 'eI Q1I1""jOmp and

r t' +,b"' : .-'-" .' t'.A1t right' .8Icward. ciJl L'Ia' a elrcumstaat'e'tit w4r. Nq''' mptj the ? OtifeY
: g108t

; 11&'', ,'". ?....."..' L'. t .;, yr "".".:.".'.'. !--I.i ib"-" 'Washington'Dtct..olol'zeUabl.. '1.er.nW. tad.j' : ,A 1}''tng'of,ra U..Of'artillery D'u.btr'.j. :'' 110'Ioae.r'lIl.' h t.be"boom."'e.a., !Y +'in wiul NtttDthw tt 'YrYoU

.'_ : Z.han. aye DOI1'a'roar" 'The v l
,. ." ". ,,".''14". aar.a son eMf .Q'C.fP&U1Ia&04 1tda. !> appeal t3. the Wcl1-It1fOrtnCd hi every flre-um which'tilled'the -
..' II ..:">' ....... hurt;tvsia gOod; get the genie.m ted on..j prancing; sod pojoaonl"-.
C :soaks of life and aroencptial;; \ \0 endanent.aceesa alry.aDd the old cluh ot the. aworded. get It wyou buy'W''
.. .. orh. 'm .. reeckcltarch: e.nms or DtlD' brought In a'color
t, ""J' lnJ crodiublo standiag'Acaar, : ,! thoottr place: 111
: this country; :'ahowa 40 deogmtpstlone'\ 11ig1! it 13 plot claim 1Ubt Syrup of Fi able ImttaJlou of ,'be' thy4der!) .aud LliZ1ANNECOfff''' 'co011Mtatt

with 16t.13.1 mIDllterl, !10,199cSnrcbcii ..1t.htDln.whle;" form, lIatuN' .most .
and .U,8S3.15S.'members- and Elixir', ot SenRG .Ii ho only Inmedyofmown tl bMDgB'Mllkt' tjr} :
.
awe-Inapirnispectacle
: Now this I.
,'j ( '10' ,.... . ( 'value, but ono or, teeny riiiSd at 'passing, .declares tbe' New 'Yorll: '" (dA lid -

: /. \ : DEATH TO I RI1fO 'Won.toruvrsatxa :Why iti.th; bcstvof.jrcnonnl bud family ,"..nwrlcaa. BI! olnelese powder'ren. y-
"Everfwbeye-X wo speak ; '
because 'It'oured me or rlD.-malu tw 1ixitivie 1.. tho'fact. that"I-t a3camoe,, drrs'.a Dine of C1l1emen lnvltibie knit! .

1 worst fnrlDtt'1rbOle chat trotu neck to' inecUra. i, icl1evealfie inkrial orgariSnswrhleh --nlW" the'nolealeas"gun; llke'tbd"'sersgu'a :-
waist was raw w beer;buttarreaL.scuredme. :. ,
blowylpp., will smite as ecret.IFI. :
I d :5t .. h a'eo cured a bad csse of pllee't. 80 It acts without any debilitating .
. . es thQ' peaUleu.c4'ct! noonday. The a.
.1)1 J' .iQprs of 2ft TlUUlebll.3t. and wlthouthaving IIaCN.ueetllosuanCty
aftercaects to
Vltsbgrral, Tavvaatss the great .klD' : : ttale tllC9DlID' when warlll' be.anadntr.otatbe '

retnedyt II80J 6WttlO :... : ,: ., .
'f.1
9avannahOar-......... s.vn.llf.Dept..A, .' .. vlt :chi: tliuus n T'nJ: : urafy' and : emotions I : ".' 'I II iJt "

"; _s, r .. Tle' tb'1tf ban"') oo".mint homes. tru1,.. u'a laxative: and ltaeomponentparts : .: Forestry L..oFor U.. 'I1It aM_most t d r1abIe NJ I Ii 1 i

mused the Galveston I News, is 1hq. o' are: known.! :lo.. wet .approvedibyph7eiclans A\\ :""";:"":" ,

incompatibility :of imported,, m'UlDelT' .. as It ii fred frgm an objocUonti) recent'blitle'tfn 'hued ;by the POMMELSLICKER

',+ and. ....'"domeKlc, al1owaDce. able sul stance.! To get tt41 beneficial tortwa4 service 'coDll n. the intetikk J ,
'I Urive Out lw.r audItalld U1" eferta : 11)1'' facu'- that' while France and Ger.; At Utahans time' "
-" !; : : _. .: ;. .always--pttrehasoahoxaenulhe.. ;: .., -' ,
the, 8.t.,1 .. many;:have -UOO.OOO- aae.t': : ; cbeapeJI ta the
r manufactured by the D1iromia Flg Syrup end becaUM 1t'lmtra )
n.tloHI
8t.aDoll1 Ozove T .. Stale'forette ee against, the. )
Old .
Tate the s It1'
......l."fIILL TOIII"-, Yo t know what 100. Co..,only..an;!! for ealb y.alll leadinQ'drug.gists .: toresLreservea''in Ibis countr".,;or Ion es'J !\ :.

r are Laking The 10000"la 11 plainly printed 1g0,000,0o0these two COUDITI. spend.knnnally" .. l
ifs '" .bow1nc'\I\ 'Is < 1 _
bottle
1 ,r' OIl every simply tuJ", "
.. : nine and Iron In a taateleee form, and the on their' forests 11.00p.000. r.'q mme I '
I
..'II-._.. 'IOOIIt ed' ctual fOflL IIw grows .pooop&e.- .An Overworked Phrase. and get from them In net' tOlrutiS0,0oo,0o0 :vraovploctf '
,;:, seat ohlroa 110. "You any hot I. one. of our most while' the. United States Gtalog 1M.U foe
; ? .ve.rr.n.ono..... .. :I.
; .
i remarkable .. ce e
ordariV
.
Have spends but "l.tOO.OOO'and.,. secures a
.. ::. .... plenty, of"fresh:f.Jr. from.e cel- .
;;.;J lar. Co garret 'at all 1Ime. Do not '"\ .yr." . paltry, return of'I loaf skin 1160,000.-:

.. . keep of the house shut "'For what le he' temarkablo.1" ..TBEJ.R.WATKINSMED.CO.t'WINONA
any part up'soit'becomez :
.
Capudi.e Cures Indlge.tlon..Patna
.
'been bellra "
"For never having to
i .rout: 1et h. air and sun.shlne : MINNE.OT" .
Sour Stomach
'. in. ...,' say ,that h. put' his trust In'the, wts .Inlm Sdching hat.\1r. ('...... It I and Hartburs. Effect.. ...,,_;fe Dtrkrr.a ArSIMst U_.......
a Liquid.
....,.. .._... .
/1aeMae .11 JI\-
door of the, plain p9ople.Waahing.ton .
Immediataly. Darton p.hbe ,.'It. .IOc., . .r.iIea ..........&1_ ft..__Zew ., "

'; The lfaUonal Blrds-A\f.. Hat We Have a 8':vaf. SyAtz-1 r"or LLOAa o uts.\her Crn: : rr 0".T; L1ipo.0, } ..,'Star................ 1"AD Ilk.. sod 600.. at drug stores..The : 'CA1tYASSEea WANTED 1M EUn ,COUHtT t' .

rr+. '-MlnneapoU.Ao.-Joarnat. :]tu.nt:! d. Cnaati:! : makes oath. that be is.enlor ECLRtiA'te TEAaa.Mrs. : 1 cry of a wounded 'hare 'reaemblez . _..... .._..._._ .,_.

vertnuof the firm of ......ClIljnl!: $t : Thomas Tbompeo: of ClarlulYllifl .. that of a hlld'in distress. BEST- PROPOSITION EL" Offll AGENTS.
Co..dowg bu.u._ ID the Caty of 101edo. 'non, wrttNl. under daM o. April83. 1507s"i. .
: AMERICA HAS-PLENTY OF MONY] .L'onnty cod State: afONAld.'.nd that qtdfin. 1 suffered .67...-. with tormenting ecssnini TKN YEAIt/t/ O..BACItACO&. .
"n pay eUDrnf ou:lIUmJUE1TtOT..1: bad the list doctors to prescribe; but noth- ..
LAne for each and every' cue of C'ATAIIRU I IDS diame.any good UDtII 1 got.Tt&.I" -
that cannot b. cured by the u.. of ..HALL"CATAJlRIlt.'u.IC. ' It cured IDe. I am ..0 tbaaUul." Thousands of Women 8affpl" 1-the
4' o.Ho1d lo'Ju.xKJ UlutaT-: Thousands ot others testify to 'almiJarflU 'Tut otirai
Treasury Vaults at.Washington, D. C., Me Too Small Sworn: to before m. aDd subscribed hi my i' rea. 1'.1.: Ie CtD sold by dnaltgbt or Saute Way.Mts. .
this !fifth day of December! A.. U. PaY PAI::i + )
presence; ;
seat b7 mall for5Oe. by J. T. Seer-razes, Thomaa Dunn liS Vlne St.
Government Cash. . .
18M. V/.ULIIUOf. _
.
.l> Savannah 0. STANDSPOR
4.
ejlt.
(sear&tarrb rotary i'ubU, --'--. Columbus. Ohlo.. says: For more
Ii Washington D. C.-Unele Sam enrlebcd and that the crops can be moved with. tltM's l."ur.ia t.ltm intersallyand '..A 'ODEnN WANT. then tee ,.ara I was PAINTQUAUTYITIs
1- :100.000.1100: by tba provisions 'lout ''tlu slightest dllftcnlt,.. "C ndl.tlon. acts directly on the blood and mucous sewtaee .1 ''Y-ou 10 misery, wltb 'bacl: !:-
: bill 01 the arat.Pm. !end.'or:; testimonials, are a. poor young want""I
r75of the Aldrlch.VreelaDd currency are vastly different this ear"' 'ache, The rouNo Qm(oN'PUREWHITEIEAD
;'1' "C nor bal 10 much money on hand that be said .not only In New York but free 1<'.d. l.'luln:: t.Oo.Toldo. O. am" simplesthousework "

'.;' he cannot walt for the construction of throughout the country, New York!: Take Bold br UaU'a all nsqiata.Ya..illy fills 7:1e.: for constipation.k "Thenwhen: you_Mast II \11r11t1.. completelyeabaniled
1. new vaults In the Treuury Building ,banks h8 mlllloDa and mUll on. of pconomlcal 'w1fe.'Not ". m. J bad atAbl wrMN
.
Jr but hu rented rboms 111 a Storage surplus on band white a year agothey A7) 'r.T1E1 8EA HORE. at' u. \Yhat 1 want I. t rich, 110 strength or' ambltlon

it, building and placed relays of guardl were struggling with scareely7the : ".Ob. George un.t you lust smell! 'iiberOi wlfto.-pfltlburr! Poet w. nervous and tTnktTtho _
on the Inside aDd o t.lde. This vast legal l'eQulrernenu. ,MOney, Instead the alt, ;raterMorethsn !" suffered beadache and

w' amount of money may never be need Mt belnC'.ID great demand at .' that, V.rla; r can tasteIt EYESIGHT WAS IN DANGER dizzy ap.n. After
,
I" .. ba\-.o large a sum II necessary to high prices I. very easy on fall at 'cr.am.--Chlclliro Tribr.tine. lrese'years'of pain I was despairing
supply the 6814 national banking In- from three-fourth. to one per cent' o In the Ice Frt'D1 Terrible Ecaema-DabJ" Head of ever being Curedehen,. Doan' Ktdney Place of Calomel. ."
J. atitutlona 111 the United States 1d can In the West the bank are all wen .
a Mass or Itching Hash and Sores PUI.'eame to my notice and their ''a.t4e'
.' of a ftuaDclal atrlDgency.. supplied with currency. "and will be ..Diseaae Jared bJ Catioura.Our use bl"OUcht qulck'reltef.aod..perma- 1..A.yyy.IpMk.t.......w 9)ul"t.i.oh.. 1 .'-_1.-eat/.e""Io;,
.t.
Deputy Treasurer BenfJ reported able to do more than their aaual. two monili. old when ..: ':J.. ':' : . :,,: ; '.
Lille girl was ,
neat clue. I am very cratefuL"Bold n. .y. .stallp. .
that the available cash .
: reserve ''n the share toward moving the crops.From her face and within hredal. 1.1... Fil.l1..a.oN! I::: ii_r.m. .. 1kq.sh.s
I she lOt or rash 9u by an deal.... 60 ..rwir.et1
f'f Treasury was 110.000.000.. the high. every dlreotlpn alcnl of'Snore..edprOslerlt cents a bOL l :
all b ; ; .,::: .
bead
'. and
her fan wen one sore.W. \ Npip.-r
.. eat figure It has reached this year ) are .een. Small .JIma are FOIter-Mtlbura Co., Buffalo N. Y.Hslg t..e..tr..y1hn..t. .i1..a4 '
4r
!
.. y used different remedies but It sot //sr jo Ipt arm Ri.O ..=
_
He I. of too
opinion that the po.slbllltr ID" great demand, which I. always :
"; a. worse intend of better and,-w. thought she for Kit... r.:.: .. :.or atroA;rut.JM. .
of stringency this I. .?
a '
year gbod'sign
M c'-i.' '. over 'I would turn blind and that her .n would The Prince of .Monooa baa sent ; YOUNG. .inr. WAYCROL .
suffered terribly and would
-- -- R. falloffs She ,
J
? Y.i r kites to the helght of,14TtO feet.1 '
r
I At38(8)American
.crotch until the blood cam. Thu went .
I
VILAS PLANS A' $30,000aOO, GIFT 00 until shewas. fi,_,mODtha old. tb.n 1
I bad her under our family doetol". can. but, Milkdgctrllk;
:. ; ti she co inued'to grow
f.r Leaves Estate in Trust to For Wisconsin .err : tirt9'7 was czenla. .Wben .h. wan wren Remedies months Poe' the ..._t qa., FanD.e; a.Iu. MercLaat. w......_.. Cettosl.
Multiply University. 1 started to the l.'uticura .
old >
-, ; .r usQ ditle B'7.! Manuhetsrera. aJ aU ........ young .. old, wbo .rt unable ..to cIaMifJI i
:'.. t-Jadlson, WI I. An eventual enr is- to continue during her life tlm.. and In two month. odr baby was a ot and pat the ear.et wal-. oe 18 Grades 01 ChI to a. Thb1i"uJ'adoeLanIaIpa to.
:;" dowmeDt of UOOOO.OOO for the Wis.r After the property II turned over to sent airl. YOa could not as a 'n.w.hor.sign asore cur aesple r-. or cis weeks' _poa..ce._ ........ expert" cellos w4'a,
:':;S cousin University II provided tor In the university one-half of the net Income and .h. was ba4e as fair u 01 a u.. will_pi...yew Big dewed low colon.........aM"oott_buy.r..s. .Ioa ........
( the will of Colonel .'. baby !She:: has sot sign eczema Sept. I St. c-n.peacI. _.... fartb.r.1.In ''
," Wtnt.m Vitae, I. to be ezpelllh4 until the principal .MiDD. 7ea&.r Write at 0B e for .
,"? 8 D.,.. Mn. 1f. F. Budk.. .LeSueur .
. former member of thaClevefand Cabs with IntremeDt shall reach '. I
!:: Inet and United Stales Seaator, who 0.000.000;' then one.fO'llrth' of net Api' l'.-and---May 2. 1907. ,

(, died. here recE5t1'y! income will b. laid aside and added :- ETUtGB OF THE JIST.! < READY fOR' USE v
:;'" fJI{ The will "AI filed for probate aDd to the. principal until the property .
'4! V provides that the estate; valued at shaft reach the sum of 880,000,000. More proof that Lydia Eo Pink- "1 see you-- still cling to motherMiaw

. from .000.000 to U.GOOOOO, .be when the entire ham'.e/tetableCom/ w1ttlel.m." NUB'JAN
. income can b.waed ooperaUona.Mrs. Do pot'IrUliUtill' ttomacb1 Act kialslt .c
, placed In the .hande ot four trustees by the university aa roTlded In the woman from surgical "W I1. I 'don'tcrack'Jokea<.at the t

.0 ,.; to b.. held to trust a.: long al Mn. w111...The purpose -or Colonel Vila" Ilenlnc.llla : 8,' .N-wnUlI.m ot Qardine; eRDcnee';of, tbe.vlce Ir..I"ene"'twforted' ,- '. . Cures Liver Troubles, Jt

,.p. Vile, shall live. t uring her life Abe ,wealth to.the_ nlnralb', ,Jda.1ne"WrlteIlL .. the' JOke.mlth wUh. evident TRY A I.&..Q.. .
estate: and upon her death the entire aD enormous fund was "troubles.and Lydia 81 Pinkham's Velf6,' ,..
!o.. property la to be turned over to the to accomplish a'permanmt.eourceof. table ComJ1QuDd restored IDe to health'

unlyeraltT. 'aobject only I to a charge. revenue for tile' ad ancement of In three'months. after m1'' physician'
of 880,000 a year to ble daughter knowledge and place the university decla.red. that an operation was ab.o .
rj. Mrs. L. M. Hanks? and some minors In theforemo.t ranks of tile great lutely Dece.....,.&.. -1 IIOI ,
: charge!! .The bequest to Mrl. Yanks I ueatlo..l 'DIUtutlon'of the'1\'orld. hi I
.: Mrs:: ..Alvina.Sperling, oUM Cleye
- ,bourne. Ave., We ago.IlL.writes: (
II
I THE"VARSIIiP': THE F I TURE. .1 suffered from .male trouble.. . I S ETANTISEPTlKeep.
tumor and much tDllammatlon.wo'of -

I ,;. Predledon o. au Thsidueer or the Oeo'oICd aurvezr..I:<( : Dell.T the ben doctors In Chicago decided .the "reatb teet" ancI bodF 1 1aatiseptlalty
vl' 'Ga. Mualnea WU' Ise Jn.t.lled: 'n 1aval i es.ela fu the C ;Next q .that an operation wee necessary to save Look at your wheat Astudy elsen and free fro. ..... ;1

:It.. M. Wew Vr.. WIa'ell..vttt-Heke'Tbea. Untokeleu, m.lIfe. Lydia E. Pinkham' Vegetable It wcU you. ent .halthygerm-We anti 411..1.odon.
Nol.eleu. Craft and Reduce Coal EIII.- .Compound entirely! cured_ me.without. ebetot'e / U. ,; wbiohwatersoepeadtoothprepandoa'. ..i .
an Operation:" 'foe mach stalk and leaf Is pros; rt1oitto tour grain i' a1O. oa.not do. A.,. bs
L ( Wasbtn8lon D. C.-The War vesselof use.. The gas producer and the gas FACTS FOR'SICK' WOMEN. metes foe SN.fk nitrogen lit your SOLI.' ? s r .....1014." 411..... '-- ,f
the tutuJa..JVUI b. .
a swift .rooke.It" eDIo."wo"ld take up lea and .. '"
room 'But don't'salt to stunt the straw. 7Nexttme4lira tooting ..et deodorkia -
,lei'. noiseless craft 1)11I1J.low in the we.lgll. lee .than the, same., power FOI: thirty years I T jdlaE.. Pink. Pall--Incrcue the Potuh-make. .
;:: .."", .water. with every yulnetable part be- SeotJb boiler and steam .nclne. The ham's Vegetable Q anpound.made , n'tfroarerstalk' ; and a heavier had! a car- so.pUo al et.eellooee .. 1
"""J"" tow tke.. water lIDe. the"eutlre cleekr feaet-wonldrhavea radius of't..el from root and herbs;hag been,the 1" Mat fertilizers fie weak In Pot ab: Make them'wsbr sad tan-. t. "

: ;:---.betag for the work-of th..unl.There fargreaterihaa-acpresentc :. 'y';!..;::!!e c ,atendardtetnedT; :,iorrfemah lllsjaudbad adding Presoak-6 per'cent..oglgpoundsgu. omy,', Isesl.able'S.. <...
; will be DO amoklbeeau.etb.rewna: :'Of eourae'I' Dot.esp let.to see itivelycured thousands of date of Pota.hper hundred. tcow.rnI fol' IaS.1IHd .,...;. ,,>
be no'smokeetacka In' tb.'.nlctat- the gas engine SOQftllecl to the see of women Who have been troubled with tertillztr ((2.84) means best crop. and'r thlaataade.selaod 1 ,
tim, tber..wlll.be nothing to betray the navyThe fact' thatlt'showssuch :disp1a ementa,inflammation,ulceration -\ Profi tit.......e.'errb: AI iii
the presence) of t\1Jd invincible flght- economies will compel its lnetallatlon 'Every .ells phosphate. Few carry Potash fa drag mid 1011.1.
.fibtold, tumors b're title agent ; J'
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7Jln.. TIlla demon predIction to the en.my.:w.. ma.1bbyRqb.11 ; dbe 1D all portg of ....1.. ,ODe of odio'paine. backache,that bear. f t i.tOCk.t Atraag, for Putaah tsar. JbiaM is jrwiL.die. + et_, 10__.,_ ,- .4 ,'aby --,
items ,
big of eltpen. to .-.modernocean '' j '
. 4I1wo04 1I'.rD&ld. mechanical in. : lIntr1 .Itscoal Ing-down feeling,flatulency: ,1ndJges-. :'.. Mg. alu'5OntateleiJ.ef 'boatwa, pall poetpalLJ; '
bill.
: ; ::: : These seat f.rn Mailed frea
''Clneer.' 'wlao!': baa ;for a."raU7e&r.: vasselit wtll'conauma"10,000tons; of th ndbuneeoornervousprottra( ., eroe.sr.autee, esa-a. s.O.net ,.Lalll TrfatS pta{ .' / -.l
been tonneeted: 'with the fuel Inveetl high grade coal on a Nund trip. With ,Why.don't you try' it? : 'r GERMANKAfi'VORKSrta.dla[>QdrAt>a w. wRw"MeLTNANe aaAutrfaOeaasartasaiTHEtlal
I'! Rations bf the United States Geologlcel.Survey. the "" Nrt1 Y.rtt-tl cb :m.ice BM1J 1
: aaa engine this coulel b. reduced M .-Pinkham InviteS sit sickwomento N..r. esg
,,; stir.:. Fern aI4...' lIelle".. to. 15000 -7000.tonsa-sayingot: write her for advtce. tt, >Il6NTOII.ETCO.SgztsiMus.r: :'lP"U ;
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that .th. ass I engine, or Internal cornbu.tiou several thobaaad dollars; ?it'"Oar 8M has guided thousands toheath. -----.-.

.!. : Sneers. \b.Jutat1ed motor. .. It II caned la.aavat.Tes,bT engb-(. .111.'' 'of'tll.or.th" 'great, big, like steamship; . Is! about' comps.-to '1dd.reM; Lynnlltaw.' T'N'A.M.' : ; : : F'A.D"EL"E, :: : : "S :1S' "'D.y Jt ;S ;}

,;. Bela or the United States Within thenextfew take the Initlatlvd Igthle movement '1. II"noea.aoocIebrlalt&ar..seoIontloaa
-- '"' --- = kThompson'sEy: Ya.Wa i aver diMe do'ODe 1"-" eot.ra ea'her.M_ Mr Mtt.rtSSar Ddlwd1& Tae- .
> oar
7.an-T: _;i. : .Plana'hue .
f"I'.spect made for
': .. a freighter that ...... d_ ..r earnwNhalt ,rpplse -", w.ru rraooki S-now aNos W Yls OWwt.MGSMU. dRUti' CO.. Q.taef. ...u.....' ,. "
", .' to H. the'Unlted States wilt use .2000 noise power garrenglne. .. .. ."" ,
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u.-\ ahead'of. .\8IT'other'natlon In this ; : 'Ie "' : ; ';' r., ..' : r '; < "
-This. company 11 ;making r tbaerp.rlmmtto --1, : r"k; ;;, ..:
, 'innOvatfonP .ald Mr"" F.rDad! : 'The 1 y ...L...: "
II teat the of the 1. '''''''' .
i I economy .
gat.engine,fa m7.JiAIoII',Ja.leaatb&e gas engine Or-h-steam .nchi.". :(. \ .'.;..J r: t:2 .{. f' ,',.. : ... .
j Cessel' 'because of ". ,I. t 1';" : -" in ,. '" ,.' ; ,
unsay lta..conom "JI : ,
: Tba United S".teJI Geological BUN ... : .jJ' "Jb I 'Printin --Xo- 1 . .
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blr overth. ateam..nC1ne__ but IUa "P, Tey.Jaaa .nperl..UDS with the .. .' 'r.7'. "' 't.4k-. ": ...... ... ... ....... Q. g em'. \.' ..... ;4 r 'zY : < f.' .
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tt"; daily desirable 'On the tahUn. .Ihlp Ia. producer and au engine for s.v: '.\- '. L, vv _.... -... .....' ...,. ._-,. ..........,. : ....... .. -F... -.... . ...3:;,. ..+ :;,..."...' ..-.. ..., , ;. '111F
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for; the ; r.uon that .: It makes no eral,7eara and hoe demonstrated that. '. ': \ ". ?:.. -' '" -. .. .. --- ....... .. : -0 .40.. ,' .&,.. .;:.- l' ' .'- :g'.
? smoke.: "Tne'gas I. generated .JD a thus type of' engineIn ataUonalT ,. II\1iS M" ,,; ;. .'. ..,: 'F;{, ." ".. ;..,:" ." : ->- .. ""fjl'\\r ...;. "..1''";,.. : ".,:e. ; sor... rr---
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".IIrodtu.er'-wrbJcb: bas.ao-chimney and t. .. > ", '' .: .,-' ,
plant' spoils-of:=e>=Oral111C'.fr m .. .... ': J" '' ' '1'.1.r .b'1\-- .. k.wt'
needS )lone:"The' C! at"11 turned 41. .10< 'W-.1'1'-r''f-; Of' Bve Descri i t.t. nK'Prd'm .
twin to .
three.l1me. \ : '
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coal. the ,. ,I .. ... .... ,J -" '. iZ'r.,
l ito the.englneti1.y". '1heimoke: /... steam.1I.1B.. 1t bas.110 Ibowa that 1.It('. .. u:' '.Wl !.k'r: y :'-"!!.;:.."-."T';, 'S .', '- ., ; :''' ', 9JI" *.;-.-' ..-......"=......,,. ;:--.v <>....... .. ; ', hnrt

."' '. -"The eUmlDalIou 01' .11 the CU enK1nu deY!!9 Taorp e' :"f.,1: ; : < ?"'1 : "--7'\ NeatirExecutec r1. "' :. :' '. .1. : -
y, ;, at1mel.nt-tcr--eatl.fbt" Lb. lo.tatl&tto "V'Trom&iow craifiCoaL ) : .,:.; < ..7 .
htb ''of the p. engine yet" there are man; '. The of Government "'AI. 1' ., .; :," 1' -: ', ', .. ,,,.... J
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purpose has t f, . /
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other features In its faor. The yesssl lotbeen to develop 'I' p 'J,. .' . ''' 'J,
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the gasesglne.; .; .. .. .. ....... . ,
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"oul4,ba" ,
a free'deck toY the but i' .
.to increase the .meteDe of the, .. ": : r"., ; '/.o. .- e ... .... .p '.., 5' R
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play of its blgggn&"pThera .ould b. I .." ?w
Coal supply of the untrY-rhlCh 1I ''' ',' ".. ." ."
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Sen Order.Ja,
tno: 'towerfng'staeks'fo'be' '' pufctutedt now' being depletdd5 :The .".-,- t, ( our ,"' .. _.' .I rt ; -. '
GOYera-: :
.' > 01' destroyed. ; thus crippling thee bosh meet 8bde--fl0OOO.OOt--'e.rl: for'; .. ..- 'c' .. ': ':-" - -.-- ......-- ,. ,,' '--. ,., .. "' '',-> ." ,

.Then .1t ..ollld lIDDece.satr': to'.1'1' coal'and It wss primarily to retOthe ..- .., .. , .. :' ..,..--.-. .,.,...-. .. ):\'".
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'/ ; carry a. much coat, for," the lame best,'results from'this . ...' "' .t.- . ', ,
.,ri!: "'power".c.D b.td8\'eloRd. wit 1oAe. JbaLtbtJDYUUsaUOns of the npenelltur.ell rCJ4cIlcer -' .' i" ;' ;.,. .ti: : "", of' .,1 ..., ;# ", .;tJ

. '-."1rtt""e.-tiii. : .'tb.. .itiim engine _ and gas engine wu taken up .ncm; :J udidous( )!atlidn is t Jey- tar ';

'r'- "' .u I ;. : $: : g :

...' rDa.. ,]aSlel.AuDfe&: ,glorocrx: ":. ) Boy- .. .=..Gt"ta-D.b.".. ."". Dle-Pf'c"--h" : ... ; : ;
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raw .otGl'rmanvSUlport: .: FromHteof "
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l'P: ria-A ,41"pauh"rec.r d bare .''Loa.An.elea,.;' Cal.-A.case' "tlf'bll-'. .
) from EI Xuar'",.' JhU DJ';Vessel; bbnlo plague has been ISllcoyer.d;; sinesS' sucCess:' '-:- An.adv.e.rti< sement-: ii

the Cerman.Conlat at Tancler, vrbo The patlept a IIOT'named afalhol.. .
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ale t war a num. land and 1"- eon'aleaeetl; Three' -. ;;or.:
'd': ..ber. ot aotableeon. bla 1d..... eelt the
: vyal g> st 'aco fad found a-sick: sgafr.rel :
formed them !that ,101..1 Bafld who In the park!: and picked It '
up. .Tl1e rJ.
bad "anqulahed his brother 'Abwl:1..AII..lo. squirrel bit D1hollaDd.DIl the .hand.: .. this :paperynu bring: -' you: ;profitable, : -

,:;:::. : the confllet for the t ultinate alekn'lI followed! and the.attending :

fo' Morocco eouI4.collnt'apon: the . . .. ... .
.t .1Ip- phystciaa'deolareq It to be bubonhiIIla&U8. ., .
.'' port of German,.., and.tllaC'Germanywould. .: Other ph slelass were called _::'. -' .a ., '. _.... '" ""!' _'.;. ', ..-' } .,.,':
andertak.. to al.ut..he ;... .,; > ._ ,... '..
L Inte& Into eonsuRatiooand da.oytre4 that t-urns Ir -t t: .-'. ,
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1aeI 'lIlIla"" 1lIlIr1'e1., In the -'T. 7rwr .r.
kirk ann amlct.4 :
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What .We Offer the BomcseAer:
.': VaHey' 'Gaz ,
MSSIfflfttfPUBLWHKD A good story cover' become Utl 111<
.. ' '. t'f by rntelllng nor a .gwod Song; old regardless ': AILS I
EVERY FRIDAY of how often ItJa-suog. therefore ,,. tN.

'Office, 'irTVaney Gazette, Building. I'f'.d.we....bare",ben no we fesYfweeryinq againmalts_ their our atonMt -:
; N.ow |
EJ861MMEE.-O9CEOLA()()\1N'TY.1"1.Ao. >. Ij -.'wonderful advantage ># ,
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y . 'and Oiiceola offer )
L. . Klir lmiu! county ; .
the ruve.u>r.and honieseeker.foiVnt .' :" : ...
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",.11'. HARRIS, Editor. and Prbp'rSUBSCRIPTION fires gave been ragtrrg. in th!, .
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f ... .- north*et sown/ and hundred o( farm haw I, ; 1 '
.oni .. .... RAXJCSlOn . ..110, Ix-p%deHtrov(d and trtT' ,>uaand* thrown ._.:-------_. ., '- -.---" [ ,.
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I On On***_copy....thrM ix month mothtlp! ".........n......a,: .."...... 1W/In <.i +

r -- We them that. here I lies '
1.0'

;....Alf d cu eommonleauona..sorpt...;pandw; .>ta,will must not be;; .be'nJod.I.tram TI. birth.ur*;.writ.1te.eet..hwr un'uO..or.M*.. 1nLl the;;most e--1JtillAtd productive may:StaLeIl own; soli to'be that-will found, ,", _. ,C!' .te. ,, ',,' ti1tte."> .to:' .pte-.., .__. ..,.'.. -4,,-' ': -:3: -to, 'h.f 6;':, Penny; 7 Lbs: for: :25, Cents .....

". yield abundantly of anything planted,, '. o ."" ..
-.u.4t--- w.. ...- ....."--'- -- and which can purchased! {to..lmoat' pare the Children ,,: .'
EnteNcl at th.fo.lofllc; 'in KlMftnm"/ .P1*..M nothing 1o'peclall 1* I'1'.' '* soft)' and'S : ,' I '
cond-clu" mull irwrtw. climate' adapted 'to the growing( : of ; school. 'A< good Z.J; '
= ; -4--:: ._, ': -4- fruits and-yeirctabter.-nrld it requii i. __ __--Q.t--, : ren"-Yi"g; *-
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CiiTan Goods.' Price B i : WoDesire
Very little exertUm 1.0' cu'tlvate them: i Other _
Friday Sept.. 18, 1908. Living U ch-ai'H| ; tkr: < almost, g line of Ginghamsfrom. 1 '
t noting buy fuel during- the winter to Reduce Stock for Cash.. .
ind the not, too ; Tl .. . .
months summers ark Q to 12 1-2c -- _t;.
hot to prevent one working the entire .
TJcket.F -
-9r : Democratic .. day In the (1)| n. Labor Is jilentlfu _
and .not coolly, and '.thE'rare thousands S. per yard: and Per- 8 '

5 n'ldential; li.ctorr. : of acres of fertile\ soil to be had .. -
#<. H. 1', I AILKY.P. bt most. reasonable l IIrk.<-H. that have caies W. B.Mnktnson'' Co
are : <
ROHKRTK. W. BI'TLKR.IJAVIrfGBOKUKO. never felt the t..wucl )f. the plow 'S : cheaper z gtiow ; s <

: .>!1ARTIX.: It.111'( estimated UiHt In-lwewn thrna "', .
KAMUELB. PASl.n.For : and four million boxei of f oranges will 'than-they were 81
Repr.Nentaly. In Oungre..' ::101 DI.lr"'I: bn xlilp|>ed from Florida this season! s' .:
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FRANK CLARK and this city 1* directly In1' the center
For C">veriinr' : -
ALBERT W. UJLCHRIST.Kor of that Industry, the soil hereabouts4)eing 'to.educe
Com ptrI ore,. peculiarly adap.ed.0 aU ultcus ,................... A T ?..........:...... . Stock '!

A.C. t KOu5t.I culture. Thousands of crates of toua:. ...... .. . .
y. For W-,t""a."T". ; ;. toes, lettuce beans/egg.. plant, cuc to- '. . . . --- .. '!n.
Y For Secret 17 of Rt.M : hers, |peal'and cabbage, to say nothIng 111"
1 H. CI.AYOKAWroKDFor of many other.varieties. of vegeta, I . r WhlLeS
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Oenorsl lrtWal LI'WOIth'I3 edu tt.o239
l'AUJi.II.Altorner&RAIHELLForbupernteou.ntnf : bles, are annually shipped from this : .. .. .. .. 3.00 ... e ... 2 29
i1 Pahlfnltwtracdati: I but small For .. .. .. )
l IlOlno;, and yet there a I 2:71) .r . . 1 9. f
ATZ
WII. H.OLIAIWAY! '
of Agriimltnre: portion of our rich land under cult! .I II .I a .tlS5. a .. . . ..215' i
.For OomoilmloniT :
B K. Mcl.IN. vation.Oitoeola. 4 ,. .. .. .. 50 .. .. 1 89
For Jnnttcemof the Hnprenie Conrt. : tin more cattle running on C h .. .. 2:25: .1 .. : : : : 1 78
WILLIAM A.llrtfKKR.THOSTAH as .
M.till ACKJLKKORO.: Its prairies than. any other county in ., .. II 2..00 ,. ". . 1 68
t? florid, for the -reason thai-the pa- Q& .. ., .. : 1.95' ". 1 M
For eD..r. IWh DhtUlrt: turage here surpasses that.yf.iin.y other .. .. ... I.M .. ". . 1 41
t L. C. MAMHKT.For : place in the south. .. .. _. .. .. J, .
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Member the 1-cnlnUtnro. : Game of all kinds i II' near here In J" lommtnang' :: :. :: :: j.i

C H. AIRKL.ForConntvJudtre': abundance, and can be reached In two IMPROVED SERVICE TO THE .. .. .. 1.50>5 .:. .. .. . 1 19 ..b, :,

W. JOHNSTON. i hours' travel. Fish fry the million .. .. .. 1.25o '.. . tt5 1.
for ProMMtitlnc Attoruey MONDAY ?
lakes and fiiindreds of men ..
: are Inour; f U ? H .
JCKIUBH. 8//
S J>ortlkr of F.the CI ..ult Court4 are today ixiDklnarti/competency. out.of .. .. .. .. 75) -.. .. . . 59 rte. '..r.. '
A. K.D ').EU A N..six that Industry.In .' EAST .. ,1 .. .. '
For PREVATTPoi Sheriff' : . fact this city and county offer AUG 10 n 1>5' / . . 44 -

.Cr,*tall: A...,....' more and better inducements to those -- -VIA- '
J.L.OVEKSTREET, seeking a place to locate than. "any :
For Tor UollixMor, : other section lu the United Slates,and Our entire Stock of Embroideries and Laces; will be sold at'Cost, :

r' ( For O.Oouo\J L. BANDY.Trwamirer.B. : those |persona who.' five been eo unfortunate ATLANTIC COAST LINE for the next thirty days. -i'i 0
C. MILLER. as to lose their all by the j
+ r ForctlrtFH.I..r ravages of Ore will only come to us, H. C
ANFO.RD
t *t nporlntonilent..nf Pnbllc'' Instruction: we Will guarantee" to them a life of ease : CO. r
s W. J. WKAIIH end plenty, for here there will be no Effective Sunday September '6th 1908 .,
ForCoustyCommimtnnrrDlatrlrtNo..cE1LESLEY chill the -- --- '
,v blinding; snow storm to marrow 't
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For County ; No, ?: In their!\ : bones or forest. fires to destroy :J, )... ...
,, K'L. E. ::v.t.1t'8".lt.fI.t their"homes.'_ www + NNNN ww *f f r y r ry' t )'
: 'r For Count Commlnloner Ulntrlrt No..i- TRAIN NO. 82 LEAVING KISSIM3IKE 12.24 .. M. -
J. $..,HTKATTOJJI._ ..... No. <: The vcprst feature connected with the sfirSi1f. .
J i ELMER BAHB' late panic was that thirty per cent ArrlveHuhlngtoll 8.40 A. M. I f High School Opens
1 1 For county Commissioner nintrlot. fio.' ft: less people went to Europe this summer ".
For Member.J.School WALKER.Boar I: than usual which almost causeda Baltimore 10.00 A. 31.
t W. O HANS/f'Mtrlo'INo. panic in that. country. It make no ". .
For Member Hphnol Bonn l>i trlcl No 2: difference inconvenience. we cause Pliiladclpliia 12.18 Noon l!

'a p, ForsmIir8ehoolHoard B.; K BROW I DI.tltrtNu.:1: : our own people but we. have no rightto ,. New YorK 2...... II M. in October -
will disturb the
i. B. TUMBL 11:. do anything that F f.f.Monday
'- peace and tranquillity. of our cousins -- -

across the pond. .
And Kissimmee woo ball !game. QUICKEST TRAIN TO THE EAST. Through Pullman i

A man in New York bought. another Vestibule sleeping Cars: Dining Cars IN PURCHASING YOUR SCHOOL SUPPLIES :?
What has become of arrle Natioo! man's wife for $3 and then proceededto S
carve her.up with a pen knife, clalm- n - 1._, .. . J DON'T FORGET THAT WE '?,
y Wonder 4ffiearst 'I la >aTlnir all the that he had the do he CARRY FULL LINE. lkisSimmee1frug
to '
10 v., tog> right as For ticket)*, reservations or Information call on nearest. Atlantic. Coast Llne x
.freight.ID the IflsgenGnA .e.c..mp..llfn? pleased with his own property. He .
Agent, or -
belongs to that class of Eurppean riffraff ;
man who refuse t.o..W In t.becare that the Knight immigration bill! J.V. CARP, T. P. A. J. G. KIRKLAND., D. P. A.TAMPA I L
ha very )UL i le of the real Introduced in the last. legislature. provided .FIJOniDA. Company

z .olol'f-b"D'- makeup.. I for bringing into Florida. T. C. WHITE, G. P. A. WILMINGTON. N. C.. W..J. CRAIG, P. T. M. '

;J We would really appreciate It if t riH N, :(Jftj ;
some one who actually. knows would 9 9R
1 tell.us wbo I..the nominee: for Con t
the third district.. ANNOUNCEMENT krki-, :
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f'gross "' > u6.6eusueu/ka7krlr> -,ecdC>> ... ...... I f' : t
Tb .J--b..y. flnally.'gotten Thaw in A r---i-

jail at White1 Plains. For heaven. ___. _We take pleasure In announcing to our friends and to the J. W. 'TBOJlIPSOJ.ictnre Houldlog. --
sake keep him'there.. We have had :
about all, the:Thaw. can stand. ,I ..f'' -publle generapy.that'we. have opened up a first-class: stock"of' = . ', ,

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VV1 GENERAL MERCHANDISE I
When..United State': Senator urge : I

; a something,mob to lynch is radically a neRros, I I. proof with that our. j t f:In Jut'' new. uew-sUireuu the site of the old'Leghorn postoMce.. .- ',' ,- :,"."FUNERAL: DIRECTOR. ; I '.!made to Order, '- . .t.tG : :
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form of administering-justice: .certain <4< ry
offenses.': r' In every particular. 'JIe'propoJle to do Vgeneral, barter busl- ell ..
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ness, and will take In exchange fpr goods at their full market I Prompt'attention p :

.If ls;evident Eugene rtJathewi-bad a value cattle, hogs fruit., poultry and all country produce.We 'orders sent by mall or y -
hunch -The Sun would sunpend this . Also Nice Line of Ladies' and f i.
1 week or be never would have so violently have secui'ed' the service of Mr. T. N. FARM. manager < I.. lea-raph. ;,

attacked Claude L'Engle<< in last. I ' who.IYJl be.found at-the. store at. all times ready to serve you. 4 Gents' Burial Robes. - '.

.1 weeks Issue, of the Telegraph. J. H. R.'E.DllITT.JEWELER --...-"- .. ',L- Residence" West Side of > ">

f' )' those'Spaniards down l In Tampa .. PHONE 78 .' Court House Square. .>

are wise they will bold no more Indignation AND The Bassville Grocery Co. .... -c-Ocataa-_..- -Aul.-iJc,.. ...._- r6aAla... .. :
nestings.Giving the'full WATCH REPAIRER. 1

fights: that Amerjcan citizens enjoy Call and. ,see my Line of Watches 1
..v has evidentyjnade-.fools! ofthsm. J. 8. STRATTON AND A. F,. BASS. PROPRIETORS! ;,, .' -... "
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1. Hearst says Bryan-said It and Bryan . .
: :::1:; says Hearst. is !liar,:..;With the reputation upon Ucoq\lefiL. NORTH...:!<]SSSIMMEE.. PHONE NO. --"L. .
of the two gentlemen before us . BICYCLE SUNDRIES.The Kissimmee WorksOPPOSITE : .
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/.t.. .. : :. CHRISTIAN CHURCH., W. Griffin ,

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Under New Management, with Experience: and Up-to-Date. I '
nominee;Judge Wolfe says the courts t :
,:'.......r 'have nothing too with 'IV It I* no "L*.' Placksmith I ,.Wheelwright, and, Horseshoer. I r" Fancy 'iFaitijlx. Groceries 1\\. : "
u r "to some one of the. Dnanvwiseaores tn ,
Whee1wr1 \
It' Florida Journal Ism to tell ur,whew we All Kinds Blacksmith. kand..Horseshoeing. r"r.' ."
are at In this court Injunction business., I;On Lake Tohopekallga.! Specialty' '" :.-, . I It Fresh Meats. '
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Hunting* Fishing, Shooting, ., ,..
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'. .t' "same table In Chicago. : Taft had bet Cricket( BMhlnJl'-Oo1fr'Tennll, ClockGolf,. Baseball toque, ALL WORK" GUARANTEED: TO iSATISFY. j jI ) 'Delille..yery' Day'at'any Hour. Patrooaghi Solicited., ,.;.:retstiaa.ar > :' .

K V ter not fall to attend for', be- may not 'Trap Shooting. .Ihe1r ........ /.....-------..-....._....,..... )./, .'
h have another opportunity toreat with Term:, t2.lj10 *3 /BO per day. Be" . ..< -- '. "
:; /" Bryan; unless the distinguished Nebraskan '.1.5 t.O .2J 'tier w.ek. ".Tw.eet r.* 'O. R.JOHNSTON.. ,I Ie If
.. Invites. him ,to dine at. the will Y R gbt - :a t
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...--A: great many papers are now tell. )togas ,.Com and ....v.. meal at the ft ....... ._. t
"' .b,'Oompe... wants 'Bryan to win hotel.' Single menu Sue( ; 21 .Gk-"F.. KRIBBS,' R. Q. MEEK C: A. CARSON.. Prrsldet. N. C. aBrrAN.S ir ifaef;'" -- -31'.

r giving aU)} kind*:ot, explaoattons'and ,meaUlcketi .''O... IU.om II per f 'r :a: ':S ''
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Wemute.The -reasonOompers "wants. dal -...tr. ATTO/ N.VAT-LAW.; ,. .,
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Bryan to win is that he.is the best.wan { Ha for sale ''choice lands to 'every r '
1 In the race and will deal more fairly Office in: the Court .House-Kls- portion of Florida, adapted for farm' _r

04-'... .by the wbole people. ;..,," ..{LW..--'tH-U-R'M.A-N -- __i simmea. Florida.. -..__ .Ing taoles or-the-growing of-every-varietv of fruits"-cIso--phos and vege-*" Watersi,&: Garson-GrocepyiGo;>! !: :

""i ., Roosevelt says we need a standing o PgOPRIETOR.Osceola. ,With whom will be associated In the phate, timber and nods land:, 'J ""i .
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'.\ army of'; 100,000.* :!Ther Is.DO'doubtwbetsver ''trial of causes the law firm of ---- ) :_, Mb.t.asl.. .. a.Ioli pats.shi t.ai
that If be continued Pres One bargains In .
Exceptionally
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?v.' "J'ii- 'Idcnt two years longer we would need :- -' Masser'dt.ariow! ,. ofY anile grove. List your property with .G A r--lE': 'I S : .
. ?r* > stendtng'ertny of 1.000,000, but as.19tr County Orlando him; he cab sell It, rent it and collect i .12'-, '

Bryan will take over his Job the 4th. of ---,.- -- --- .--;-.--. _: --. -. your rent i. rr.I'
'. J: next U..reb."we can comfortably get. .
:, along with. what we" -have'at prevent, Agent, for beet Fire and Life Incur. COUNTY AC8NTSCelebrated ' '. .
>;:",o>and possibly be able to master out a Abstract( Company W. L face and Armour's FertlJUer. !
f'w *"<>oen''-''""f.,..."Ute i elnae. of 6he _ YBH DDZQB ,
Year 1908.,!; ." d FY. Kissitnmee H.A y, I CRATES: "
: Florida. Fertilizers :
"'..:.Idf._ ... ''' -r -".Sr"'-'\ ..H'............-BULLOCK:: N| MAOCT-'- --- - .. .. -" :--": +- JI .. - -_.._- -_. .1 ,. .. ..: - --- I- ) '
t" -'\ e1'41J.6.1.e83e3; ; i1a osiibd'Losbine. = -:: : .- .- .G-R'A r-1S- E-jr cr. ; ;
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.',< It Is to be regretted. We did estate.Titles Clrcalsrs lid Prices 7. i'
:not' agree; with" Mr;1'Ecgle In examioeq and reported ,: To lie Happy :
moorthings. ,, / '.r...... .. Assficatioc. 1'
but we muss all:admit that be ;Taxes paid con-residents ". \ REAL ESTATE'JKISSIMMEE rout have health /11"- ,-.: /I'" .. :
good :
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r;; furnished Florida, with. a'...... '".per Jnttruments relating to reates) **ate ,I , -A I you have good health'lf your J"er la not. .
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_; :and one that did much towards curb carefully! d r wnCorrespondence '
.r isreed of corporations In tog going on HIP
such\ 4 : .O.O "
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-;, fijb' In teeing a farewell shot ati . ;'i FLORIDA circumstances. Ballard's Herbine 4 ,, ? .. : :
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that (tils' Is the. first .. 'F I'R..t.- ... make a perfectly b.althyliver-keeps : '
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. tone Tbe. Bun has set and with each i'rmIDa'lan4 at Hammock Grove Use old news paper In your; nou*. a tonic for the entire rlgbL vtera. Sold setsas 'COt :c.t2-YO; ?.. rocvuce a, 't3>.;ieo. alt: a a1WM1
/ ;.UAoeedlng+ visitation rajrs become 1'J: the'aeve., or oth@rwl..1 All well cleaning. We saM them .!;:this office\ by Robenon's. Pharmacy .
.--i-s&ui-e... .. gasp, hinK, fits embed:. .Apply to..Air,.Dro fight. 39 at 2-. 0tI1' hundred. oj N K NNaM1T lyVW -- --- .
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t ,-- -The shank-end] of the reason, to quote our friend' Bill We are exclusive AGENTS 'for, this territory"" for THE .* '" to;

... Nyc, will soon be lien, and we. .
our Stock of Refrigerators and Freezers and other Summer light for less'money> and less : operate Jt. ,,, :... :. '

goods, and so vie: ivlll give the public the 'benefitof? wholesale -' Guaranteed non-explosive'( HO Camille-power. Six hours". ", .. .

? '\,reductions wo Intend making until all arc.disposed. of,. fot ONE.CEIIT.: .. h .,. .., -r" :.. .,. .., '1't. ,. ,-,.

'InTlte inspection..While -' TJIE l L.I, S3I1TH &' 'VrltcH'two .' -- '
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with us we wil"take pleasure in showing our ors. Everything visible all' the time. The' most perfect I ''''

-'. other,'lines consisting'of, Furniture of all) kinds Crockery, machine on the market. Cash or Iiituinicnts ..

Glassware.'Tin. and Agateftvarc. Stationery Books Pictures THE LUDDEN-rUAMFBELL-SMITH CO.'S Pianos ) : .
., Organs__- ::'_ '- ;:- ; ;:' :'

-. ,niul,Musical\ Goods. .. '--- "? \ .-hod-, Graphophones" (Columbia), and aIl. ,attachments 'and .. '

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MiTtlnido'eelliniili' i 8 b :'tor.-25C:] 'Mr" -J. R. GravesfSr; tits been; !ee/i.a.i r.a,t1ul'lerAs.ekAeO.aaB/a.aa.rl4atlu8ult.'

;w ,1 For Bicycles,. Shaalbareerr' Ort t quite Ilk (for the past. several days.. '1 TIME ;TO ACT : --

' ; !''r:- -y' -y lando. 9.6'Ea.t.man , Mr. Henry Legler 'returned 'home JUST .RECEIVED I A FULL LINE OF' ''
NO.'11. '
.,- TELEPHONE r Kodaks and supplies. at...yesterday from. visit.to. Tampa. p.'t I. .
for
Wait tae Fatal Stage of
Osoeola Pharmacy .
' ; P. 1, L'ISHgD EV: }*' Y FRIDAY Fin line ol .pocket knives at theKlsslmmee for. All planting parties\ can desiring secure' palmetto them from trees I' Kidney llless>-Prof It by> Kt.- I

.-By- Drug/ Co. Capt. Clay Johnson. .trainee People' .pe.. I Irleacea. 4 White RoseGoods. .

..... ti., w. iii. HA..I. Fifty pieces of new Cllnghams'..')ust Beginning! Oct. 1st, .the postage on I
--...-- received at Kat/* foreign letters will be reduced from\ Occasional'attacks Of backache,_irt! .. . "o"t' -

OFFICIAL' WEATHER REPORT.wa. 'A pencil given wlnweaoh tablet to five to two cents an olloM.or'fr'et.l. <.Jft. regular: urma4i| a': headache and dizzy ,i--H'-: : :
, for week ....sID. 'J'hll- school children at Osceola; Pharmacy.Born 'thereof.. spells am coin/tton early symptom of .... .. : '

.Ay,. dept..,tleevMtvr.U I. 1906. uT Mr. and Mrs. J. .F": Mr. L. P. Hughey.of Bradentown, kidney disorders. It'. an error to ,, .. 4t
was here thin week greeting his many neglect these 111The attack \ r..I'
O'Berry on Monday, Sept. 44th. a m"'I'f Y
pass off for-a limebut return I .
old friends and looking after property .
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Max., MIDI .:r. dsughterMlssftllbnle ; interests. greater.Intensity, If there are .,mp- ,
-- -- Lee lion an' ; of i.ou. tonr.s of dropsy-puffy swellings below I .
--- man visiting relatives here this. .Mrs./ W. L. Hendricks. of Green the eyes. bloating limbs and ankles !. Canned Fruits. Jellies Jams .Vegetables .
Marmalades, ,
t r..t.. .. 11II. ...110j week. Cove Springs, arrived yesterday on a or any part of the body don't debt aminute. -;: ,
.1 12 visitt to her daughter Mrs. R., GCanova. . Begin t.aklnlfotJo.9'. Kidney I',' Fish Etc.LEidSi. '
l- ,144 /1M J. W. Miller left; Wednesday .forSt. '
.. .* Pills, and keep the treatment until .
j i Moados. 110 70 Louis to purchase another carload up i'
, .1..d.bndtii., .....". ... 11Wed.Q .:n: o of borsee.- Mr. -W. 'B. Johnston went to Orlando the heath are well, when"your old I I. f'h'

.. .' M 71 1144I yesterday to accept; a positionwith time and vigor will .return. co :
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** ,' I 'r Flaming Pocket; T. W. Matthews, a contractor in Cure In Klislmme prove the effectiveness : !l
without; matches or I of-this jl1'.aUfldaeJl remedy- -
Lhlbt.eI-Ilrntie.1 that .
city
;" ICitslnunee Drwe! CoWe'now Mrs C. W. Campbell Klsstmmee, J, u 'n
'"*/wwwfvww kvwwww have In Mrs*. .n. C. Miller and daughter, Fla., says: ":lfy husband used Doan's 'I ._ --w'Y'w ...
station. who have been visiting relatives In Kidney Pills with the most aat.l.factodI, .
line of both pound aai1Rl.JI I
I St. Petersburg returned. home this ry results. He complained a greatdeal '
THE. LOCAL flELD.e I ery.-Klsslmmee Drug Co. mODtoll'-m--o-, : .: :. -. of a soreness across the small of .
C. : S.I..LUPTER.VUMrPraaldmt. 01'''
, Use Plank's Chill Tonic. Guaran his by A. CAR8OI4. I. A. CRANPORD. .
back
accompanied a
Collier
Mrs. B. D. had the misfortune
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Price 25 onnU.. Sold all .. we..lrne"I' rr ald.ph I..mh.rr
teed. by to tall down a flight of Steps 'of the kl r dCUggUts. uln-ft at her husbands store this week'and Doan's Kidney: Pills and .

"Messrs L. H. Ingram, Hull Bass was painfully but not seriously In them from Klsilnmee Drug Co They J'I
"' ;the Tuner Orlando. and Lewis W hid den transacted business ' jured. strengthened. his back and : .
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l'J: in Orlando Tuenday. every way I CO.
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Go to Maklnson's\ for nails. Alias' Cora Mohr, of Gotha. who has Forgets by all dealer. Price fiOcents. I,
M. Misses Ensle;;. and trace Wino bevel been vl.I"lnJl.frll'nd. at Wauchula Fosier-Mllburn Co., : _
l n., ? ,Dwellings\ for rent apply to : gone to Tampa and St. Petersburg' on st/opoed over here on her way home New York, sole agents for UlirralO'j, '
a..' .Tiller. a visit to friends and relatives.Mr. !-and is 'the guest of her sister, Mrs. States. -- ,

II' McCall's Patterns for sale. b- t S. i. and M.... R. D. Fuller drove up W. M. Moseley. Remember the name-Doan's. -and I''
-i Gilbert Monday and L. sold his lot I. take no other. and Dressed -
from Lakeside Ororei Mr.! C. Alvy.has ... : Rough :: -
Mr. W. ,B. Clay. of Arcadia, was. in bate been spending the week in town. North Klsslmmee to J. R Gilbert, acd ''1 --- --- ,
has purchased a lot In the nine grove Notice to Contractors.
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town of Nar-
Lieut. Coi.'W. E Cadman, I
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which
behind the High School lot. at
',.v Fifty nieces of new Ginghams just coossee, was In town Tuesday and! place he Is l now having a new residence Sealed bMs will be received by the Pine' Lf mber. .-- -
t received at Kali's, went up to Orlando to attend to erected. FraternalTiall ,Building. Committee ,
business! matters.. until '7 p. m. Friday October 25th, and '
Lace curtains Stanford's.Mrs. and figured. lawns mt A deal was consummated this""week The ladles of the Presbyterian opened immediately,thereafter at'the j i \' r ,
out prices at by which Mr. L. E. Barbeau become church will serve refreshments In Council Chamber. for a three.tory'brick \

J. M. Wilson Jr., returned the ownerof. Capt Mallng'a famous B. C- Miller's vacant store room on bull ling, according to ,plans and i i.pecUlcat.lon.p.p..red
dome from New York this week muck farm on the Island. October 15th, the day when the cornerstone by W. B.Tally, I II HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALi'Y'k, ..
!School building Is / /0 .
of the
High : I architect. A certified check for '100,
t7, The Home Store are agents for the Capt. and Mrs. W H. Burns and .
to. be laid. I madepayableto .. K. Donegan.chair-j I
been the
have
Wblte Star laundry phone 164. children; who Visiting ,
W. returned. to Carson to Lake man, must accompany all bid. The
family of A. Wlnn Hoo. C A. went
Forty rolls of matting' at colt, for their home In St. Petersburg this' week. City on business last Monday. He was I contractor will be required to give an tAMWeti/A1 N'_ ihNWN4 :
,'c asb. a.: C. G. HDW. Co. far Jacksonville by indemnity bond In the sum of $2,000.Plans :
accompanied alt as
In the absence of the pastor of the and be obtained 'J
specifications may -
: Wagon and buggy umbrellas for Baptist. cnurch. Rev. J, Roy Geiger, Ms daughter Miss Inca who will at the office of C. W. Dann seeretary. i 4d
a'Y l4 tf several\. davs. with,I _relative",in South StabI
Dann. aur spend Sjinny- S.f
.al I* by J. J. of pooka will preach in his stead Building/ to'be completed bV j '

.r'. Fifty pleoee'of new Gln'banas- ...just 00 Sunday, September. 20th, morqtngnd that; city Jan! :1.;1009. A. *?. DoNEXJAj .ihm. JCTw. t i .
received at Kan's. night 1 Mrs. Marl ah- Gtlberr, ::reeetvetJa DANN. secretary. 'i it .

'. MavaaiDe'J" Mrr 'Wj-B.' ''architect for the letterthisweek from "Rey ,X- 0. ; : _. : ti 'IN 0 RAM.- .
Subscribe"for McCall's building Keown, of Lincoln, 111, telling I of the *t"ome'\ Mission ''t L-- -1 ; Proprietor 's'd
School came down fromJlICklOnyUle.SuDdaraft.ern botiety.
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Gilbert's High
'J" cents a veer A. S. occurred :
fat oD to con sad death of his wife-which .....NM M. MN.. Nw.N ..M1 ...
.. : line of suddenly at their home In that cltyon 1lie Home Mission of theM !
,& t- Just Received' 'A complete fer with the contractors returning to Society 1
; school supplies Osceola ,Pharmacy that city Monday, August 2>>t.h. Mr. and Mrs. Keown / E. Church held Us regular monthly # ii
.;. A. Loll returned from a have spent several. winters here and meeting at.the parsonage. LIVERY SALE '
Ir A- and.BOARDINGioa
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to Piitsburg last'Sunday.r Mr. K. L.; Starling, the tanner, baa have a large number of friends who day afternoon from 3 to 6-. Y
L7f<.lnell trip j
,.c :: purchased the old Dale cottage and will! regrebto,; learao/, .Mrs.. Keown's The usual business of OlYWedne.\\ : '
Born, to. Mr and'Mrs P. G. Whit moved it to. the'vacant lot sooth'.olCollier's death.- '" was',ran.aeted soda w I.--' _. .....,w..eewy-...- B

', on Saturday Sept. 12th,._a daughter.For Store He-will' use. it as a It Is understood that our photographer -I was set aside! beginning Oct (Cth.; The Well equipped w1th Netv.Stock anXtVeliic'lflVaiid<< + { \ .ljJ.
residence for his family. el"I..W lead the f{
ladles to meetingsar : 1 I
'ti b'kie-A good ons-horse wagon. Mr. F. A. Armstrong will I ,
1 ' pply to J. L. Uoon.Mi.s sep 18-2t Dr. N. H. Hunter formerly with the probably go to Tampa during th* Mrj/A. L. Woodward Ir.' Meek. prepared. to 'meet all demand \vith'Parfi Gt'Satisfaction : ;y !.tl''
; i Osceola Pharmacy, of this place but na sire J. L Moon. 1 'f 1"Z
and '
week to studio
her coming opeu a ,
VivlanVI<<*?> turned to .I > v ./
"business Mrs.
session
Female Collegeon now of Fort Myers, where he owns will remain permanently It his health /Af..l. the
studies at Wesleyan .
of the leading drug stores, I. Woodward: served delightful
." one permits. Those desiring work beforehe < .j;: MODda'j few In ments of cake i1*,ten, salted '
days town.
spending a .
should not delay, but come inat '
1! r.'Harry W. Thurman has gone to. Dr. Wino. who-.ent.'oOrLb';' on bust' once goes and have their'aittings. A and fruit, .: .-. HEAVY [HAULING. :A, SPECIALTY;?.
.':Ptifladelphla Jor ten days or. two ness and: pleasure Is returning by way special 'price will} J>e..jlvenr; **_an Inducement. : ThGI.'Pi- UDt., were. :" ref..h.j .
we4ks on business,- "--&_ ./ of Dayton. OhiovbereMrs. Wins *, r A:-is-Wood; ward.--D. C.< Lee .
: 0" / I PHaitwr H.. M. Pfann, R. O. ::: : ... .....
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and:the children been spendingthe "' ,, ' .. KF.
.,Frank Byres, a prominent con. and will acoompanv, them :Mr. Mell Porter,rofKIssiinjcoe e, Fla, nrpell I I L}ac .. .. ) .. ... ; - 4 ,
summer =
and builder of Orlando spent-- horoerarrlylng here thls. IMr.J. : arrived In' 'town; Friday e..nlni-oti' ton, W, A Myers, W. 8., J.' Over. Favwfte ::Fertilizers / -p f"'f
Saturdtybere..; No. 8 from Toledo and made a. num- street, 'J. II. Gilbert, Jr., J. Z. Rober 1 r "
L."Heaves and ohildrenreturned' -"- -- -- isMSMI kr7r Jr>
1141'' horn Mon. ) V:-Tl-giants; gl MMWH MMsMMB BMaMSSBVSMBMBs
-: D.C.'Lee arrived .- Sat-It-ay son ,
0 dome Isstr weed from an'ex :
: having'spent. th*.summer, In At- # FOR CITRUS ND AiX'OTrtERCROP.fiJ: : U:
Burglar
and Gainesville, Oa. tended visit with relatives at Locust writer and family T.:J..Rogers'andothers. A 11 Tow tli -< .jfr: ,
< Grovel Ga. Mrs Reaves was accompanied 'Mr.. Po"te..li.now M yearsold. his tl tile'l.l "bad cought"! : 'He doesn'tBare ( : "f f' Jff
{ e *** making exceedingly close home by her sisterMiss Eva .' He enlisted with the:boys of ?Ml. for gold or .silver but be will I
. 1 'prices on furniture for the next'sixtydays Byars, who will spend some. 'tins. .;her* and certainly can Interest his friends steal your health sway :If he appears FERTILIZEROMAl'ERIAts
!'It.:.W :for,cash.' HVC: G'HDW.-I. with her. -" In reminiscences) of the past. He Is in 'In your I house arrest him at once with .

,. .:" Fos 8.U.m- a bargain, small.. flreproof Capt. Clay Johnson left Tuesday rather. poor healthTand.expects to go BstHard'a Horebouod Syrup, It may .. .. ...... .
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safe in good condition. . ... cfternoon'for' Tampa, governmentengineers to Cleveland,. .where he ipay oonsujt a mesonyn.umptionitoudou't.-A cure. : : -L'.1"" - '
> '..JJ. W,,THPWlAK. pected to meet the party of !specialist. )lr. George Miller,?, nf for air coughs,.colds 'and chest troubleflfk ;,1NSeCTICI05S': 3'
.'I : 1 and go on with them to Nankin earn after,Mr.;Porter Saturday Price 25C. boo and .00 per bot- as .
ai -Stove wood, delivered,?,'in town. at Fort Myers. Tbe Captain went* pre afternoon where be will remain .,j"l:1lold by.ltobomon'n, Pharmacy. --- . FOR (SALE--B.: F ,: ........ .. 4
r'. ...,p.00 per strand. :* r" pared to put up a> .strong plea for,the for a few days. .Mr, Porter and Mrs. #
!' '"i:-10'4' 10-tt- KIS8IMXKB LtTMBKB'>: CO. Improvement. .of navigation, -on. .the- Miller.are.couslns.r-Ashland. (Ohio,. .) ,For SII'. .. -
', -.- -tiMrs.:Mattl Jones, of Lake, ';tlert Ki.simme.river; Press. Thorough breil. ':.bt.e"'O lnrl,' duo : J. M.-LEE. '. : ;

.," _Who bad been visiting the family of Mr. H. C. Stanford who. hasbeenIn 'CpL Clay Johnson of Klsslmmee Is iw'r bead.Apply, . .. '" > 0\1
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'', her brother-Sheriff !PrevaV.. returqed .the northern markets purchasing In""Tanpa .Today.. as the accredited to'Mr'Drou&ht._. : 91nftyMeatMark .* < ': AGENT. .. FOR /:/ '
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., Saturday. his fall of goods, returned dome .. ., -. -' f/ .. .
.: home last ,.;: : '}' . ; stock<< representatives of;;.OscT Mla 'oouutyto,, \ r
t '. !dr..' Freddie'" and Ola Floyd have last Tuesday uifhw. On his returnhe appear before the- statutory. : board ..ofengfueer.and Sanders Fertilizer: Company. Jacksonvipee'Fla.: L11708.17 ,-
"e. was met In Atlanta.by Mrs.' .Stanford 'confer with ..hem.. to "S
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., -returned Carolina fPOma"I.I'and" are tor again r.latlyeelnSouth' at theV :. and:.the- children,' who' have been the feasibility of placing locks In the : t .. j . { # ,
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?*home of their: brothers D. N. Floyd.t : ,. y c , chain of canals .bleb'ext.end, down . '. :
: bomb with him. vT the Klsslmm valley to the'golf. The 4 'I-
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VI'/n/iv flALrt-'S12y0n6g'WL1CA; Leg M.'W.. A. Myers, of 'Barlow.-;J'- a people of Osceola. county and y lelnit.1are.IDten.ely NOW:.OPEN' x
born heir_ just through moulting andready welcome visitor In town this week:, the Interested in ,this, sag
; '. lay. Price **. A lIpI7-t.o. guest of Mrs. W; ,8.-J.',Overstrett. Bested improvement in."..Ihs, internal NORTH KISSIMMEE: : '.. C. CARSON: .JOHN M.. LEA T N. B CARBON. r.
. .__ ",IO '- -, '";"""J!. Mrs. Myers I* the'wlfe'of':;.thevforrosr waterways of'the State: as. by.Jjhlsmeans ,, 17 Hw.la.at.t'tlciPr., .......:: .. Caela"r'If. .. ._
, .y" .e1UIt1e. .,;halrbru. p..toUt:. eJI: fethodfstc 1U'.ch.&Dd -it wll-b| .-possible-for-the-p>o> -jT JU..1ji"u'7' j.i- 1. VJ.U. .,. ..--.I--- -: . .. ---!"" .

,".Sl't 7tooih l ifTI T brashes*,* rubber J aa g goods i In fact' T during: -residence", here endeared pie' residing at many Inland points PHONE, 8T. ......,," ,i State, _Bank_ of:-:Klssiitimee.; ._ ,-
f *I.l1ld.4I of druggists. sundries at rock beri.lf'tolarge circle of friends. 'who are now only able at Urn or'low __.C\- I :.. '

t r!' .bottom.prlees. .Osceola.Pharmacy,. Sbe" expects return home tomorrow.' .'',,.....r.t.o ship their. products'b* dlfll-the Fresh tot. ,Park' 'Mutton'FREEt.DELIVERY' i r :.;. ...... '.,Klsslmmee,, 'Fla.'m. -
supplies! from th. r: P/A.v: ; ;VansAgn w..Esq., Tsla:: receipt 'suit and circuitous rou.Q.I'e&p .,., . '<, ....::... I.---i.; .
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'Klsslmme* Drag Company: r\ PAIDIJPCAPITAL..i; 9' so ooVTOCKMOlPBKfl .
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hayeD" .Walter
Wsrd ID..wl1lcb hMates that season =
full 7fs1. and If they -- '
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Lorens is fast recovering from his LtADItITY.tyet.t.r! ; SO OOO OO "
I. it for y
will order .
wbaf you want you. recent attack of fever aDd/ if every Mutes. IiDSJ ..!,,t,, ,. BBFOaiTOtS r I.II RfY."oio. ..v,...,." :IOO 000 OOtProsspt i,
"'!t Refrigerators. : :Io* .Cream' freezers.Hammocks thing goes: right, will be able to <,be Horses-and- ... 1 .4 '. _._'-.'-- -,' I a
; Canopies, and all summer out now,''in, s-few'days.'' Mr. Ward 'W. J.'t.\cCracken-\ arrive In tCls- f...__ and Careful Att..tI 'ciy*. to a'" matter* osi1trHSted ro'
?': ":'goods;,.at.bargain"prices for. also wrote that. he.wouldbe down forth Immee about 0ctoberr-Ist-wtth a car '. _.Pl"it. ,...,.s otll... .to ... Excb.ags good at sill poInt..t c.t ".
_"'.. c..b.\, *,8..C".G1Dwd'o. winter in abo t..tb..a..Nn.') loadofb8rsi.sa4mules.wbich: .1.111&-.. claM by&lo.- -ra.- '--. ....-. -- -, --. +,w
''IProf:R."Mr-Ey.ua-prtnelllar-or" Ut. "MrT'C.' -W.: >inn returned. 'from N.w'Yorlr he wlllx>ffer for, asK at bargain prices. see .a--.. ......... TOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED.HEALTH l

HieVSchool< ,' cam. up from .Tampa ;where he had been to purchase .. ,f, 8ept.18.ai.'Have :.- .I...eeo..cSbaus rz
I. and kpsttt... a few days: her this week his'fall stock. on Wednesday night. I i taey kaoW they
lookloa after tbe. distribution of the Hs was net in Atlanta by Mrs Dann .Your a Baby: \;. eat gtdn.e.rMM ....
iveral.grades of the school pending and little Charles;the latter of whom Then watch ltclos >ly, And above all ..M wits ef.areed.y7..911 ,
eotuplctlon! of the.new.buUalDtr., d(, was'carried to that city by: his motherin thing don't lt it suffer for any lengthof a ,: =r= -' -w;' '

tour monument* and tombs of order to. have his eyes;which have time with .orm--t.ha'. Is fats.).; If t,11,5._la brl.tseed. . .ANOIVITALITYMOTT :. PI .r.PILERi P1LEE1. ;t .
h 7F, ",A Terry, the builder of same,=and) been troubling him for some 11me.'ex- complexion. g t. ysllow and 'pasty,,' e..ckwtlou..d outhyS ., ''WI'U....-' lodlui Pit* OUUmmt will'| .mare ,J. .
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25 amined' by *> specialist. >It was foundnece.la" If It Is.listless cross dr"'peevish,' get.thin . trwatworthyretr'er : wI yINCPILLSthe Blind. BlMdtnir sad t ltbln..ilM. II aa.arlM;
. .'**>I the agent's commission. of per >to. ','nave him undergo .acourse suffers with flatulence,"giveftWhite's C ho_. grfcct eros and IOSM nwtarcbve forms,\lha imoni..kllaf the ItcMnsoatf.. seta w ,. -
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efi": Let.m. bear from 'ou'ComedToOkpver .._ .ad wvmeiti produce. itnnith tA 'HalUjr.bvtld al'e*. al.. Inalent r ll r wllll.m1Sgi
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' flelshedwor1C.\ of treatment., and Mrs. Dann Cream Vermifuge. The only 4Ya.. .. op*!>. ?item M d roe!w, :a pile Olnl i ni M?r r+red tot PUM aa! ,
", .1.1. ._ our. m.* T._Taay will remain with him In-Atlanta fewidysfortbaa'pnt'poSe cure that never f al is and has no badeffects. ....r-.c..a.-, ....... wl_. For.W o br Onc:..to "h the.eyerbv ......hir1t of.k.p t..t.1 u4l. MoW_" IJ'' Into t.O.eedli :
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1 :: 'TORELFATAL,L 'WRECKS a' UTE General.Ons NEi NOTEt". .4 NEW AIR SHIP--: Muclt.V.i.ifOBTfl&'LilNG.1'' ..V STANDARD .dl s :REPLY, "William.Of roLrncAL'iNTE.V J<aft Tl'td WillisrntI; ;. ':

Prxrtr Hu, a... Do"stroy.dfdsay
- '-I' : Dryan candidates for the presidency ';
,- man was burned to-deaLh.( two, Towns Endangered. rva United will mem,
Hallway .Accidents in Different womenwere seriously. injured &it4< .Wii ht'. Machine Duluth Minn/:" The ''two bunaxd Files Answer to- Gorernment'sPetition at Chicago October 1nates., a banquet .

t States Claim! Many Victim several others taore 'on less- 'badly Severity-One Inhabitants of Foxboro A. small Wisconsin for,Rehearing.. given by the Chicago Association of, .

burned' In a fire which destroyed! the village twelve miles from:>> here, Commerce. '

men' and women's buildlugl of the -- :are battling for their live *lth foiust Eugene prohibition candidate '
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8 KILLED AND 86. !INJURED Philadelphia Cricket club at Chestnut DESCRIBES fIres which completo l)'. surround the INVOLVES $$29,000,000 FINE'.' for'.prlidenl W. Cban.spoke to a large

Hill a ,suburb- Phtladelprla. village and are rapidly I eating ,theirWay' .Ore.,. during the
PorJand.
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toward the town.
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Rev. Dr. o. Campbell Morgan, the : course of ., of which pro
Reports from LAk.'onn.Ues.
Cook and -
P......... Train ia MieI.i1i5 D.rU dExc noted English preacher who ,!has, arrived Complete Control of M.d state that the flames are ttlll ,1is4.'s Decision U Picked to Piece,by hlbltion formed only s part. Mr. Cha

.rion: Train in llHnoisJFeUscetwd.A.Ubama.Log at ,New York from Europe, de oDltr.t* -Traveled .(' spreading and that an Immensequantity Attorney for Oil Company -Go. ? fin declared. that never In the,historyof
w.ro-tber. v 'ma
.Train: . 3tTmp. Tr .tl..... clared. In an Interview that he Is in ". 39.SS-MU* an of timber has been destroyed.Damage . Next MOT.' the country to be settled, ad- :, -
.f&YOI' eC.w_; -.aufrA I.e i f<1-a"IMo ..to-the extent of $100:000 .nu.eDt. great .questions
I4 ..z... that the two .big political 'Jllrlte. In has \VI. - '- Iared-4bt'nelth f-the'republlcannorthe -
{ been done at vVashburn. .
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Clarkidale, M1esFour.edoniftr. Great Britain are In favor of It, and Washing'toit-D; C.:.:..:In s : where a whole block In tIme business "Chicago, 111.-Counsel for theStand- 4emoratc'pary were able t .

that'both. houses of parliament likewise Inc one hour, ten minutes secLionsutcuOibej : ard Oil company'ot Indiana. Inan. answer grasp .ltUlton. -a ,
to twentf.kI'er. to the flames. .
have been killed and
nown approve, but that, for political six seconds, Orvllla Hibbing Is still the center "of most- lo, the petition of 'the govern t' '..: ubllcan 'campaign tetbook' ,
Injured In a wreck on the reasons no big leader In either houie'; all, his previous exploits peril from the flames in the Mesaba" .ment I attorney for, a.. reheaijng of TJe're has beep issued by republican '
j oo railroad to tho'cause and distance flight for \a \ th.sppeaIfrcrn2rJudge lB' Judg- mlUee. It IS"" .
I -- nclU..lppi Valley eanwfhi com out champion - "-. range district.and.a xlesperateZflftorLta > :; :V. Lane national co *
two mile outb of here whcn""lwocoaches He1 believes \hat very shortlywomen alr'nmohlrie.; '; being made- mile w6at of the town nrrb OmpAtY129ls40OOOfor V volume: r flve VuhdiVd .and thirty-six '.2

:' of :eFvpaasengertrain- rolled .will, be voting Ip England.De"raflaM Two flight were made to'stay the approach of the fire. . the anil-rebate ,. pages and contains In detail ! : >f the flfthtlftg' 'between the er> Va., the ffrst !being :-Bay.. city Micth.-Although 11'1. not: upholds the. decision of Judges .Gro .' of the Qu..ltont that are -
v down an embankment! . TherknQwn utes__and fifty seconds'
cup.Ualtefant1 Jnthaprasent1resi"
' known that -
Pieni'lr"" tropps":"t-H renlbon the- Algerian any-lives, have -been sacrlflced Seal.fthe.\nlted Jnde.dls..IQQ
dead are: Mr. VlrgtoGraham, Glen- frontier aDd Berber tribesmen the purpose of showing to the forest Ores that have- .States circuit and the attitude ot' .

dora, Miss.; Miss Amber Russell, 17 havtf been 'received at_ Paris France, h ie had been traveling been devasting the lQwer peninsular, ing; the judgment and lifting the, burden . the republican candidate thereto, con-: '* '

years old, Anidlng, Mlssij Mm. Robert and Indicate a' victory for' the Frenchso lights. The test many tarm buildings have been ,.de- ot'the enormous fine as good law treated In some cases with the pres- ,

.M. Clay QUndora'. Miss; Unknown .weppl r it Is believed (Ho pricing i hat cording tothe\ aviator's the stroyed and the flames are still amply. jut11ee by. the record. .I the" ''ent or past attitude ot their. de ocrat, .,. '
the 'of
White Woman ,hose bod1'remalntl la now ended Hllndredtof' Moor. speed spreading In Bay Arenac and Glad-. case, opponents, '.. V fi r
under the debris. The train approaching mug the record-breaking Point by point the answer, which
w. upon rounding the French garrlnon were win CountieS Arming to become at once a factor
Clarksdale, was behind and slain' by the machine guns.*" 89.65 the miles an hour, Font William Ont,-There is no was formally placed' on record at the In Minnesota politics, ', the independence

r while,! ruunlng: st a very rapid rate ot Members of the congre alonar' cur- In first flight the change for the better In the fire 'situation opening of office of the'clerk of the pBrt,' haB' selected a state ticket
nine rounds of the drill .
k speed, the chair car and a day coach rcnry rommlsBlon passing, through in this -section. The fire Hue court by Colonel W. H.'Stewart, general to be placed before Minnesota vo-, .
left the track. Tile wieck it' Is said then landing wlthln-v-.Xow,: attorney- .la Chicago for the Stan
L New York on their return from Europe thousand extends from Grand Marias to lers. : \ of St. Paul !
'r ws. caused by the expansion of llio where have been making or more Chicago Bay, a distance of twel tr. dard Oil company takes up the arlSU- WIIAtAlel governor:'_snd
they
etcelrails. after the engine and! ad Investigations, say that Ultle ran be record-breaking Wright computed flights the I five miles and It is reported that thecamp' menta of the petition for rehearing a8een B. ,Jllgbee Of St. Paul for lieutenant -, ,
had passed over them which set forth alleged errors and .
vance cars of the Pigeon River lumber ,
done the lon of governor. f
during coming
BCII The speed was oflVplally
Samson Ala. :" The log train of. the i I Company_ has been destroved. Tho particularly suggested! that tho upper stronghold. .
i; congress/ In tho way of financial leg 10'1' as 3955 miles an -hour. I Invading the Foraker
court had erred In Its understandingof
Ilende son-Boyd Lumber Companywas ation. However (there Is a times the tire damage In the White Fish. Valley two
strong Fifty-seven ( ma Judge Taft
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what the trial had said '
wrecked about nve mljos) noun of has been Jery great. judge really tdlcB8ed meetnc'l
.antlmcnt that-. much more Important ed over the staring points at Saudvsky, first
Samson, killing three persona outfight projects In currency reforms will grow. seventy minutes and PortArthur, Ont.-Forest fires concerning the previous offenses by Jhe" Soldiers' home, and the second,

L' .- and Injuring twenty more. The; dead out of the commissioners' work11a1tergieirb ons that It was up the threatened a. number of Chouses .on the Standard OH Company of Indianaor at the opera house where a large au *
: - -..nr.J: -O, ilteJ ph<- onwnlt
L guard; Joe Wise, white, laborer; worry erTheon-! " directions; which Resulted In the callIng jersey.: of the two: .
the break
for
st ant (threats of revolt.at Lisbon andof' figure 8, showing In the petition for rehearing. the re to heal the
Albert England negro convict The out of the whole fire brigade
during his Fort dyer In Ohio politics Both speech'ca ,
factions
the lives of the
tempts on memo "
the dan- viewing judges are charged with assuming
engine; was pushing a train of emptycars succeeded In blocking ,
>ers of the royal family Dowager could control his .machine , were exteinpo ane0U5.
and th.. wreck occurred on a A second conflagration wa that Judge Landls attemptedto
S4f '
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i trenthi with CT steep grade on either Queen Marls of Portugal is preparing rection. A feature of threatene"d-wlthin: the 'cIty when a fire try and the Standard' Oil V It now appears that Admiral Cervera ,"
?. t 0 leave that country for Italy, where was that he did not stop unl.b he was talking about the ,
side. Tbe engineer was scalded, but at the Commercial hoted, but Company of erscy In the original thought '
she nil) .yntll the machine touched when ho .' "
make her future home ; late General Shatter announced
which againstthe
were
chem
tho fireman escaped unhurt. The en- blaze was extinguished with procfetlng -
It just became known that a pack Before making another of Indiana. his hearty support of Taft.for .., ,
glne and entire train left the track Fort Mr. Wright engines. A big Ore could be seel Company j V :
Myer,
None worked more faithfully\ than the ago containing over $52,000 In jewelry, fw changes In his alIIlghl\ burning on Thunder Cape On this point the.answer declares It Jhe; presidency ,, It ;
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convicts and he-three load bodies I totes and other valuable papers disappeared to. greater speed 1gb teen miles distant. to be a matter of no consequencewhether V .Svilllani Jennings Bryan when asked -

with all of the Injured, were removed In Portland, o I'e., on the secure *Los Angeles, Cal.-Great damns 'the trial court referred to if he had read the Labor dayspeech '. '.',

1 by them from the wreck and carl led nIght of August 21. The package, THIRty.FOIfR PERSONS timber and ranch property has been the New Jersey company or the Indiana of William R. Hearst replied <

lo Rlcbford on a relief train. I which was sent over the Wellu.Fargo : by a brush Are which was start company was not a "vli-jn! of that he had not but he understood '
Express l reached Portland ------ fender." had made somo criticism '
womanIs company, York by a rancher attempting to burn that Mr. Hearst ?
When New
(. IU-A Chicago Express
cago. number are dying and over August 21. at 2 p. m., but no .trace of brush Already thirteen nqusro "The real point Is,. says the answer of him ''I am fighting Mr. .i
: :dest.nd a the he small package after' that hour Was Derailed of territory have been .1"9,1' by "did the trial court In Imposing said Mr. Bryan "Either Mr.
injured re- Tar
forty of persons rear-end were coll\81011| as at Chesterton could be found. Meadvllle.: Pa.-Thirty- flames and a number of residence punlsbn4nt. take Into consideration or I will be elected If Mr. .

cult! Ind.a. between thoalet train .lOut of approximately. .t Ibousand were Injured In the wreck La Cresenta have been burned. between the Standard Oil Hearst wi declare that heIs endeavoring f
traIn No. 4, Chicago to Company' of New Jersey and Standard \ Mr. Taft and Mr.
out of Chicago, and \\Jle' rear people! Mrlcken with cholera In Russia large number of men are fighting -help elect "
running at Geneva, Pa., a Oil Company of Indiana, and did as .
of excursion train, running this. season, more than three .thous- press preventtfaenaegrructlon of the town Taft will Mr. Jet ;
t from coaches Chicago an to Indianapolis At the and died, according to a tabulation eight miles west 'of here elt. The San Gabriel forest re it base its tine upon the wealth of I representative of reubl..al : :,

_h time of the collision, a great cloud of I \hk-h: ban been made public. The dl- railroad officials believe, have suffers! heavily from the the Standar OH Company of New Mr Hearst's o ('anwalgnlnl.

: he forest fires hung over I peasn IK Kill) raging" ThpiIdemic numleS'of the company of the flames Jerey ability to pay, luiload I will answer Mr N i.I i.
smoke from (
i the tracks making the rear lights In has been I traced to hawkers of beverage witch shortly before the Lexington, Ky.-A forest (fire In Gar of upop .the wealth of the Staudaid do not feel called upon to do so" Q-7

the excursion, train dim and abutting In the rides along the Neva rlv. train arrived. Thirty-one county is causing much anxiety Oil Company" of Indiana and Its ability I \Vith the rival political forces ..en:1:
hundred er. uied were passengers and Uck, a small town twelve miles to pay! gaged all along the line on laud
the tracks -
t off view of even a
a road .!men Lancaster Is In of beiiig- To determine this Question the Stan .
danger thecr.ufsec"Tbeodore
when
* Iterjcmantte; al warfare began at Chicago
the train
suburban
of I
feet ahead anarchist, was arrest
i .... Two of the cars, a out. Communication with the dard Oil alorney. assert that a few Roosevelt which in
- at the time the trains came together ed" In 'New York when ue tried td ,
ker and baggage, and a has been cut but before the sentences by the
off excursion
Iovern.mpnt times of l Is a huge .
The. sulrubftn! train was -moping at break up a meeting: of labor men by demolished A counsel from the words peace '
were were lost reports were received ( steamer, left the ,Chicago man.' j
&reaUy'reduC'ed speed, owing to ( Injuttlng hit anarchistic ppeecheH, red rl..r
injured were rid Inn I In. the a number of business buildings': ondis are not sufficient and quote at Bome" '
speakers
bv republican
ped
haze, or the Injured list would 11'1 flags and bands playing the Marsall- '
lion car, being- foreign a hotel, a bank 10..1Lho. i length from Judg"ndl opinion to bundled of the Mar- .
been greatly Incicased laiee One man waving a red flag ling second closs The .of the American Tobacco show that hfl referred to the New JerBev I I foul l wL"I'1 .
k; was kicked by the police the entire queue dub, a republican oganizato .
torn a distance corporation "as real defend-
were up had been destroyed -
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length of tho ball Into the Em e-ntal1'l .th of that city Four Itatea .
- MILLIONAIRE'S WE I IN LAKE ( street feet. loss estimated at the as the "
a $100,000.SMALL Indiana-company the cruise.
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anl..nt by the boat during .
Uoldmaii.
--,.-- """T ma. wan pieaent, but l lift before Railroad officials assert defendant touho I
; Mrs.: Ashton HarVey's Body Found the disturbance took_pfijc8;" J i convinced that the switch ; BILLS EXHAUSTED. The conclusion stated bv tho answer Mr. Bryan has '4nformP th', r t Mon-
J Lea for the is "that the com mil toe that he_ desires that
: Captain Cannon, a Cornell graduate cjously opened enormous fine Inflicted f'al
Covered With Jewels.Newark. and leader of the Honduras revolution wrecking the train, but : I Institutions Have Very Few upon the defendant was because of.ltl traveling mPI'B bureaus be tllnbl.h- 1

. N. J.-Tho body of Mrs. la to be put to death accord done by persons having" a $1 and $2 Bills ownership of Its stock in the Stand ed 'a state headquaitcre II' al 0 'J

Ashton Harvey, and literally covered Ing to reports ought to San Francisco against the company nrd Op Company New Jersey- and states.
with a' fortune I ID jewels, was found by pasKenKers arriving on the the purpose of robbery New York CHy.The national and, because of the financial standing of CongressmanUlley of Connecticut "

In the private pleaaurwlake of the steamer City nf Sydney from Fauami --.- - -- I ate banks and' trust companies the corporllOn. ia beyond dispute who (brought about the. congressional

estate of Stewart' HarUhorn. at Short and Coin;-al American points. AccordIng : ACCOUNTS! SHOUT $ that the have Country been have equalled each sel re .when opinion of the trial Inquiry into the Electric' host com

Hills. N. J., by bloodhounds which to the reports, Cannon killed fifteen : r'T court Is considered.MORE'MET. pany's method of getting government
in the of the '
,.- had been brought from New York tq men single-handed In Lie last Chief Clerk of New financial! history contract, has->4Men nomlnllte for' -
seek her.. Mrs Harvey was the wife stand ; but there has developed a.carclty FOR CANAL governor of V
but was finally captured Treasurer Placed in
of small bills which IS begin. .
at Asbton Harvey, a millionaire corporation .
I
.4 The National League for the protection New Orleans, La.-Chief to ernbarass many -bankers and on the Locks Will B. Delayed The purpose of the-republican i.\'-'
lawyer. and promotion of aliqfrlpv jvlilch tal Tujague. of the New customers V Wor paign book, It Is stated. is to furnish -ft :
who
Mrs. was wealthy In
Harvey Until
her had been recently was organized-by Rene Quirf treasurer's office has "been The lack of $1 and $2 bills is the July 1909. In concise form for reference such
jp own right. acting peculiarly TiTat Paris has Washington, p. C.-A contract for Information II.likely to be required ;.
tor .several weeks, andh*"V announced that -its the'parish prison on a extraordinary! !bemuse 1t occurs .
prize will be awarded to the French ing emlM.itl k '* daughter, Dorothy and SOD. Harold, aeronaut who shall first double long- funds. Tujague was ,. plentiful and because In the' with SO.OOO' barrels of cement la the campaign. Sub i
zr became armed| when ,"he.,left the
j <>.Bt. flight made hitherto by \V 11 burn comptroller; and-to.. ;; last: fall the treasury turned out iH addition t the,4.503.00ObdrreIgal- jects likely receive. special I'
house dressed In white
her
even ,to ,
ready, contracted for with: that .company turn in the rsmpalgn such as .,
shoes and stockings and: all Wright. AH the prizes must -bEt 'cou- identified! with local'polltlc. .bills as vapidly as the printing contr "
wearing
- tested for in Franc '. . has been awarded' to the AtlasPortland corporations, the money ,
ot her Jewels. About her" neck she ,. years, A brother of the \ could work them oft and ,thus 1'ot
.
khmer deposited $30,000 In the amount to a point nev Cement Company North the relief afforded by the treasury do"pertinent
necklace 11..q. of Baltimore, Md., was o
and
a $25,000 pearl! on .
j.wore
Pa. It has been that and i
ampton, tarlftVthe -
her head she bad placed 'a: rich. diamond elected "pre.identand ,comniander-in-. city treasurer- some time before reached. \. < b.pe wage prlce1 '
the work on the looks &t Mlro- Philippines and the work of the L" >
tiara. Her ""breast was covered I chief of the Boys' Brigade of America any'sbortage, accidental or The amount one day recently was aatu auT '
with sunbursts and other brooches which held Us annual convention In that might exist.. but-Mayor $43,000, or an average of but $2,000 flores and at Paco Miguel would be and navy" are pre.entc as fully . .T "
that placed the matter in the every bank turning In the smaller commence about January 1, as the I practable. .
4set with dazzling gen a, and her fingers city. H. M.-Stratton of JS>w York for the '
were bedecked In jeweled rings. was elected vice president. 'A new district attorney as soon of currency. Requests orlgUal Inviatons furnishing I Judge Alton B. Parker, democratic "

_ Her husband believes she commit constitution was adopted order to accountants made their In much greater amount and contemplatedthat -candidate for president In 1904 has

ted suicide.: She had beAn' suffered i better cover the heeds of. large organ. The alleged of the banks desiring small bill. tho deliveries in large quantities Declined to accept the nomination .for "

-r. from headaches- for nine She' Iza tlon, gue makes the .fifth shortage their customers were obliged to should begin Hleml as the work governor of New York, Judge Parker '
years.
: of excavations for the foundations of '
.' lic official in New Orleans elaewiere. V in decllnfng stated that It was his desire ..
had also grieved over the death of Four are dead and the bodies -
t
. > last eighteen months, the I these locks has progressed, It has never again to hold public office. .
ia her oldest son. many other. are believed to be In the been found -desirable to' make them .'
_ _ _ _ stolen aggregating several I As--ME STOPPED. "
<('t' Chairman Hitchcock of the I
ruins of a fire which .
destroyed a sev deeper than 11' at first thought necessary repub
thousand dollars.Girl &
national committee has T.. '.;
(, .JACKSONVILLE,FLOODED. en-story building In New York City. Attempts Suicide, But There Was 'In consequence of which .actual lan of the withdrawal ofJudgsP'no .
All ,
were- garment workers. The fire construction 'work will be delayed
.. Fires Into No Money in Slot. .Wright, the nominee for governor.otoneof (
.)t 'Streets "of Residence District Und.r Is believed, to have been incendiary.I until July nest., &
..u: *: -- Twenty-six men were rescued toy the' Cripple Crock Colo.-. ,.York-CJt1--\rteJL.fllakIDg--elab- -the-republican-factions-in-Ten. nnessee. >-

ti.i; r ThresFserofWstsr.Jacksonville. bravery of the firemen and police.. crowd of men who had d preparations for killing himself ST.ubA: BNIi. This leaves clear field'TorTlllman ,"*
: .plsv WHU 'a total 1 the nominee of the other republican -T
Many of these had narrow escape.tromdeatbowothuwerb1eacued. Bleep Miss Annie- Conlen gas Including the writing of a
''htnh.tt4)t"'11:3rtnth AI t1r 1ttya .. fle-'and' flred-as-rapldly letter to his wife.-.In which 8ventyP4t'S'Passengera Were In faction. It- war 'said-at ns>: ;.: .

'_;, .this city was threatened a floods There are. over fifty:groups of Es- .into the group A bullet stated that he had spent his Ja.f; Panic-$" Robbed. tional headquarters :tha the withdrawal ;
\1 bad ss Ihe one of '1903.' when themerchants perantlsts la the cities and ert C. Young above the "' for drink, ..Jame.-Row.n. 41 .of Judge Wright "oul'ult.
on West street. the laj-gec be Memphis, .T.nnFlre broke out the requbllcans of *.. J
; Bay towns of Spain studying .tbe will die. Several old, turned on tho gas and lay ,
new
1 principal thoroughfare .were driven slightly wounded. The near the stern of the Peters Le. on a determined effort to carry the .
language. ; ...._ V Btatel ;
from their places buslness, '. V :was arrested Had Rowan staked his last quarter V her down tfp. .from Louis wouldbe. made. : : : V j"

. The, water stood three and % half ... the, gas meter fce might had'his phis. Brave and perfectly. trained Giving a detailed etatenient"1thi, .
feet deep on West Bay strseC McCoy's: V. .W : Farmer Baled'Alire. .; _' Tbe supply of' gas. however lire fighting of the'crew kept the damage amount of property owned by him' .-_,.

I-_ ,rreek.{... g trUlD-.Jfh1cL.elD.Jllel! _American,.mlnlstar.to Salvador. lJ.1 Hammond., Ind.-Harold furnished by a duM-ter' 'meter. 'to a trifling amount, but the fire which be place at $150,000 .at the "r

,. into the St. Johns river overflowed Perclval Dodge, whowent to Tegucigalpa -' a farmer Jiving 'near berg, ,/ :-supplies .%5' cents worth of ,Il was extinguished only after the boat outside, D1n. democratic: '1mso

>1J Its,banks, and the water covered the I "Honduras, to discuss,the Incident ; alive in hay and Is not ' fluid and then s&ps until had feeen put ashore on an Island and ",dldc'* for a speech at, "

:}it; treeLandJba.entire western' section: of the l'eyocatlonot.tb.aqu.leur: : : live_ He was caught n. quarter'Is'inserted/ -. ,, -..... V the passengers, - .landed.-. - V scantiest- -- JOJney. !declare as ftHe'lhe ,accusstloti -. ,
p r* The 'street car tram was tied up.&tt and drawn this of attire., > ",
) of. Consul Llnard and Vice ery slowly lpto, The gas In case stopped flovrlng o( Speaker Joseph OCannon
-{ > the tracks being _.vndec.water; .and Consul His right leg w&a-lotD. fr after*tbs,man' lost consciousness _SeyeDty.fy"; passengers "were that'he-'was worth a 'mllllandollars.snd .' '

;/, :much damage: .was. doneesU rchaatsIn ,Reynolds at 'Clba'baelejraphed.1;:; and though a powerful man, be' was' revived by a pollcemtn bbard., crowded ashore -ane upon the speaker t be.. ;: 6 .!

t many4sections; ,'built dam.aoross the:;:; state depart.m.n..t.'ha\: ,matter was unable to tear himself was summoned. Rowan was re panic,. Gome'pa .en-- known to world,: I"V ,

their store-doors In' an. .ell'ort'to." keep nas 'been satisfactorily and -amicably was finally rescued In a' Yed' to a hospital and later locked' rers claim.their staterooms were rob- the amount of his own earthly posses-' :

'jo tho'watoer"out.' .. adjusted' ., V dition. for attempted !suicide.! : b ,. slons. "v" : i; r\ :

: ): SU1 The complaints' lodged -In ,.Washing l Man Suicide. 'jep aq deonu. mA UISJIL51iO4I'Grol : "
; ,IAIIOTB.SP01.0N. ton.>with the, Interstate -commerce Oldest( Mason 10.jolted : TO ASSASSINATE GOTEBNOB.: Georgia ,h1p.0; v 'ZIWIP .,,0 dtt. 'j

''if O"e :eald. to..tCo ...J 2, XOOrSquare: ,commission against r the actions" of Mount 'Sall k.,. Nv. H: .t' -.- < Lima, Peru.LwreDe; Bertrand sqiein auzgp.toJ ej.. ; :'
the ,railroads In southeastern and lows McQr.gorthe oldest Authorities Find Infernal' Ms- Davis suicide PUS ev.p on ssn; jj*isjip 'n'ulaI0 r'
:; .....MlI..o'..8U1fao..1. .. sn
'1< . : ",.* southwestern territories '-recently" In' UK country,. believed to he' chine Addressed to Gov.* Port. In Amercan. shooting cmmitted a 11 lut tn uo 2auaeu.1I.8'. JJ ,uore'

-4: f t ', FltUbart the ," Pa.-Attracted by.."probably advancing freight rate. on certain white man In the United Sea Girt..N. J.-An attempt to as- i revolver.. He. ,was a .native, of Oeorla .a"le 1u..d..qJ'."sdnrs9'j 11 ;
'
$ mostremarkable auroro bore- commodities,v will be..heard by 11the cently! celebrated his ons Governor of,, New Jer ; and had been employed by the Cer. js peiieae.1. ole'.. 1 ..qm.

,f. alls evct,witnessed laitMsuMBeUoa of commission la Ute former"caje at At- sevesth J birthday here ,Mr, ,, was. thwarted..Frt th ds,.Pasco, ,Mining < eompany...ae-. nvupnio: u|' U.LI .2aIU.t Ur.IIIIAt lit,.. I'
"dor WSflkflOWfl.LUtro1og.r.ma4ea.ueaa.the country: Dr Johfi A., Br&e11e.rLth4t laD*..0 -.,September no' and in",the or can read ordinary print of postofflce employees, watbu-0.bookkeeper. The motives which led p."TJ ". .r :

I a"AtStLeuI.Mo.rSepteber : .atd'oTra-readlnfc-Klass-and is -in-.th -mailsaInfernsHnia- ...JoJ.suvdo1d&clwa.14 ,
,h ';' urement of Immense Ini.-tok bisTlife-are' 1S : -
sun spot be 'r.
addressed to the : 2u5.Jnun I Inrsa j
f- ', had photographed. Tbls.spotcovers ,- , artf -, ioyenor. "
', -f-Aover ment1Mvtrej ( The package was a cleverly-contriv In.nbe eq-om.e .'ulsd : t
."XJSO.OOO ,miles'of: the telegraph '
square eurfacs
: 11O
.rrvof'tbL.aua.) and bs.i temperature estlK station at the top of Washington monumenVflTe ; Lost Over a Hundred .combination'of powder Bullets and Child t to Prison.MayavlUe ,1'1 no OMJ OiG ,a.o' 1Democracy'a

'mated at 1 thousand' hundred*and .five : ,.which had been so arranged1 Set 2.ql 0 tUbe 'oa pus -qs-vpv :pd"ll. j
"11- ( sixty degrees : fifty feet ; \Mount Sunape tt. It.-. : had the :governor opened It In Otester Savage, -sIP enq LImid Lay -
vfc" .'
kerojDr. oq.
above
i from: the ground Is ;the .latest suggestion presented to the way there Is little doubt aged,'IS. yearswas sentenced to Is7e.re p.'ipnsjs o-j n.eqpailttfi -.aw .
/ o1'dln.1
'.:'f Brasbesr believes there. is a of Lieutenant:''Commander. Cle-. churcb of this lltyrby- : have kU.d-him X".The In the penitentiary for the SJBassinstlon -, 'tCl'lS aqi-jo e..1 eA"I tOPl"9., I:
[ close connection between the auroro land Davis of the navy: The practIcability ernor'Moses'! Fill of .101 PUI"I.J& '
authorities \ of his uncle, two years s| Uauaps ud eqi !
.jf '
2111't
I horealls:.and "n'apote and said: "1 and ; of the been found Inc &cannethe .oJ .
easlbllty "pltn Is has Just '
ap i erlor's mall with ago The boy hid by the roadside and eqt 'IV.q \ IEe ; 'LueP r, "-, l
\, frr, expect: we shall hear of magnet; di.F .- proved by' the' experts of the,govern. church rorgan. > The closet i the executive's: :crusade against hot his uncle. Ibis the youngestllot S.1..4 umoaoUO e'l ,
turbxjices. due, .to these SUB spots.", meat.a'. leen-Jised for-nearly a known in" . eJ: oomQl1t 4
:; -.1' V -b.I..tAU.nta et i nurderer ever : e1t | .o.eJCd .. .

:j .. SBOT-DOWN BOil AIBDSo James! JJr jrceis'.{rti remep tJromWaab.tngton ff ', 'Murdered la Church..Newton r - _. invasion ot-Taftter-j.-.: ","',' *-'\ '
'NE6IJTIABLE1ONDI'STOLEL ,
I is expected: to speedll/ .follow : ritory. began when William'"J."Bryanswept :
: Was Mot Carried
: : '' '
."" IGeorgi..- '" Killed. the Inauguration of President Roosevelt's -V N. C.-A 4 m nlC . across Ohio en.-router VWost
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Planners,I "Brothers. hers when ), .... Lose Securities' Valued att London,. England -,. Jlev. Francisiourne Virgini&-Twenty.flve-'thousand--. .
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successor, >Tbatn .Lori. Des- was commltud )
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; ,! r t ft; : .Bloodhounds Trslllflg, Murderers. Thlrty'Thouaand Doll...... ple'greeted the Commoner' . .
: borough will Succeed -to th.W..b1l1S': Bulllnger 11 years: old, was ,archbishop of Westminster .\- EyQ .
:
"'...s Bayars.,/_- Dawson.01.henry. brothers, were"'snot"and and Herbert knr- ton posits considered a foregone con to' death by Ion Re.der.aed: ,: Ma .-A theft .o.f negotia. decided to'.retraln from carrying the .vllle, Indi 'v ,, .
'
bonds to the taos value
';"":":ed from ambush while returning hometer clusion. Bryee. is known to*nave accepted glrl-was-sitUag,,the. known when A, B. of Turner$30,000 It tost in procession.:held In con John W. democratic' vice l pres ' .
1 the the' hymn, at & : nection with the Eucharistic idential candidate, will make speaking _ 1
I- ./ visiting tbelcotton.. fields to In- poSt"wIthjlteJwovIsG: that closing". brokers, gave out ajllpt of the' Congress 'a :!
.
,' !I Aspect ,the, crops. The .brothers are he was free, to*retire. as 'soon .. the whett 'BuddenJ'.a.cIer'.le: '. ,. .. The bends were on the ground that It would, be bet- trip In the- south It.October-anc : 1

r ;.supposed to 'have had considerable recently signed ,t arbitration. treaties several benches .and, with by some perton .who,,'repre ter policy to have'the procession'wlth- the national candidate 101 . ,

% I money on their. persons. The shoot- with, the Unl ted States'were-conclud wife,"stabbed her -once ..In ".himself.as a prospective pur' ut the hoeTbe proposal to carry *jf,the .Itinerary.;,'Mr.': et _will.speak, 7 ((4 ,;,

'ins;' took place_iwelve miles .distant j ; and twice in her breast: presented in payment for the the hosj the streets of .London ). D Smith,wast nominated for'the .: 1
c. from this. ,townfa',the' countJ'7I ."** A ed. Desborough. St years old and a most inatsnUIn' Jail a, certified check,. ,which is al. aroused much comment from the United'States. senate from ; '.,

I posse) with bloodhounds was started multi-millionaire' ,.with-1" ..some, 'experience - said be had killed tbs. girl to.be worthless.aDd .disappear' .$'rotestsnt ministers of England -andirotests elba* t.cefvlngLli.09 Sont.C, '

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pol teciM11& the pl nUtode>of.her' sincerity a; ': : .- .. . -

?I "I3-fuj StO'CKING ,"that I.would ranch rither,no lht .. ..
come" across, the, modern nJloeitockIng. -
; .". Do nbU suffer: k
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'.:..' "" -Mis* nardcaitte apt IDe1'1tabl.1'com. 'WilhseVore.Headaches ""
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across 10'0.;*" returns :'Severoe,'i '

looking.amused. "In a couple ot ditys, '

: ; ; ? to-morrow, perhaps.\: MU Hardcastle \. when

ROMANCE! REAlITY.- and a-party,.ot:.ber friend will arrivein A.,1'a.singFlame.. '

\ ,Jersey; on.a yachting expedition' Th.....wet, an old HIM ot Antrim. '
.'.m ."Keep bee 'awayt-keepi her away Who lookwl |or the leak with.' gJ'M. J

.,- -" .. ..' from Flefde-la-RelnelNever. let my: Alack and ara.! *
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"" ........ - -- --..-........'....-......-.-.-..-.-.'- --.c.'- .'.. Ignorance be placed:.ld< b/ fide with .The ..*OM.wu the !..:-
r . . "' .... YVe, will, now sins 'the fiftr-foortn It"", ... yo
;>.. r' the'science-ofsuchaparagon Tbls .
-Ralph Cyon.in The ArgonantrHJ
BY MISS!: ANNIET"ED.WARDS. was Daphne' first thought perhaps I .;-.a-- HERBINE _
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.!'t' should say the first rush of wordless Heroine, !
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:?r "CU4PTEU'. VL year*' .:ait Flef-de-li-Eeine. .and' each' 'emotion One'aecond'lster"And from which thought springs "Doe ha'describe ht t*l roln. iui %ti i

M h Continued.Llhfdrd' .year; the '*eed-tlmc, and potato plant Is .Miss Hard- tractive to menNo'educated.New'* -- . '
-" re 1T'blger. than little' ing.-'and. harvest bave""beed: Pretty> castle tall or. shortr.-. be_**kst ber '" York Times tww0a Mwwlti '

l.t I'aw'are 'among the groups'of fan- much the same., Mete;. more different 'olce, excellently>> : schooled that herrampaoion's Will Cure You.

"iK.eur., .",, stalwart grandslre. are working .than between a wet season;and. a drone ", dutt-masculine, perceptionstekcjtIu : : .Pleasant Prospect of Filling jfj The" Hvee S. the main..pring: for the whole. body., To expect,
\ I.t. no "Ha.sber
,\jUhv will) and arm a* hearty-a their : . But Y211j,.at-your age-- , _, constraint.dark. hair: : Missionary--'Wbat I* Uat-sllt-toot.. 'good health one mast keep the liver In good order. To do so,
black, eyes or blue
,.- '. son*. "At my age. which 1* four or fireye blonder"Attar'. or, I .box',". *' *,_' ': i a regulator Is eB.diML. Hcrblno will puf'your liver In tho CW 1
;; 'Aod everybody old and young must r* more. advanced than your'.*,,'Mrs. .of CannibalThat's my lunchbox." ditlon it should be yid you will not ufler Irqm hebdaohe. ''J .
: the .lapse three It Is .
say bis word of compliment to Severne. year =
Chester! .
From: The Bohemian..
t' r4'poowhom the, Victoria Cross hat aiiad7 "Age I IsihoC? dependant upon the'qnm- difficult; 'speak'accurately'" about I .,: ? A, POSITIVE CUREFOR
shades of color be
remark, watching
been lavishly bestowed by Quer- ber,ot one's birthdays," she answer F'
Hackman's Query."How' ,
e ; -not the faded photograph ot the woman ; :CHILLS' AND
:DIe Imagination.When the last load .,him.; gravely '! was" twoandtwentythe CONSTIPATION
he le to wed-but tbe flushed and much to take ,ms to the railroad '
tad left the1 field, and a parting glass fifteenth of last April." '. FEVER BILIOUSNESS,MALARIA '
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"
Uvlng face of. this daughter of Ifeth. station ,TT. ,
ot something livelier than tea is being "Two month Like til Imraeniei .,, .
liberally served out by Jean Marie and old ago make this acquaintance cf. yesterday with "With -or without your tat, mad AND'ALL- LIVER COMPLAINTS.,
ly people ydu the mot o7.our"
'Kargot.: the,',health of Musilen,, Sir ; : whom already he 1* more thb half in am T"-New York Pre .. : '

r John" Is proponed and dranK with'an "And longevity 1 seem to hare done wltli life Ion;'''Mlss Hardcastle, t have a..fan. w'li! '; Has Done A World: Of Good.'
honest English Ilonrasl that make the just as effectually A"** cy, .was called blr-but. no, you are Remembered Him Too .

aurrouuding-oret: -,srd-ring again., ''Flf fifty You: are merely though a .('boollo,were,.." fair, In tbe true pa Intel's acceptation Did young S lnnlck'l Adele remember Mrs.O.: D.: Phllley Marble Foil*. "Texaa.: wrltesi "I have t.' ;r
'finally It.Is settled for him that be shall Her his face witha of the word. She >vas-I am certalD't hint when he made his will?" *need Uerblna and find It the beet liTer corrective I have Tr'

spend the !remainder ot: they eveningat eyes traveling over could, get a likeness. of 1e11" 'at this Must bar*.. Didn't lea.him any.thln tried It done m.lamll.1" M well M myself a world of good,
kind soft
Flef-de-la-Relne. is of "' compassion "Your life moment if there.were light enough to ."-.:-Browning's Magazine and I reoommend it to all my;friend* ,I DOTer. ufler :Horn
beginning. tt
l'A "You have been cheated out"of your 'I "With ( draw.. One little line mare In profile." LeaxUobea anymore.. .
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'L; ',, dinner" cays Aunt hosts, in her hearty experience a to olerabieaecpwulatlonoof.tart from," say Se-: Withal artist's, privilege,' Severne' Wild Beast. ,. SOCW1LL: BUY ITt.. ,...

North-country rolc'e; and resting her band rest for a second' space upon 'Charlla u\Vaa. ;
Verne.* "Nine 'yenra'ago, wheel 'first it 'a ferocious
baud ou tbe young man's arm. "So went to \\"o lwleh. I looked upon.myself "her' colls. of silken hair. "You will .deert" Ballard 'Snow Liniment Co. _
you must mate a '-virtue of ueceulty /give me'a drat sluing te-morrow, wilt, .
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the .
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I can assure you,- a* 'a finished Algy-"Yes. charged necktie
,sad: bit of elgbt'o'clock you''not?" .. N. Second Slt.r- -ST-LOUISA 'M0.Sotd ,
eat a supper Chesterfield In matters of'worldly wla; '. + I:was wearing: ,"-New York Sun.. 500-502 ,, :
.And her dArk tor,, ., .
;alto. us at tbe farm. ,dom ; eyes'ore. certain.Blr M B M m
; and now, after ;spending the three
\nd for "" adds John. I Ilka-the lace of fS EBftl FBSfU Btfi
ills own
as art. rout
you care lost year In India, too to; be told *. to 1I1..l'i.. .
a'i:-. Theodora, with pretty eonaclouaneel- coolly that I am only a schoolboy .till!" correspondent..' There Is somethingone S '?1eweome-"We had'a Ins mess offish 'and ecornrnerfded Ct"by' -

t: t ., Theodora actually on the bay field, and '"After spending tbe.tbcealait year could rely upon about tbht moutb. toe.dinner last night.

iJ a c In a continue"; uploeped, Watleauleh.a'v ;. '' IJ1 Indta.." repeats Daphne>toopng( In spite of nil toe terrible thins; you Sub -"-"' haven't th- slightest For Sale. at ROBERSON'S'DRUQ" STORE. .c.
of 'blue-ribboned straw hat her have said about bluo-stocklngs, I don't .
shading own' and with one Anger tracing outa doubt, old man-your cook once : ,
\.- face, a la Gainsbprou.su. "As you care kind of Chinese" pagoda upon the think I stall be very frightened to worked for usrPuck.! KISS '

'';, for art Mrs. Chester and myself wilt .ane]: "You must have been young rnak the acquaintance of-of-" out MM13E .

,t', show you some of our small attempts' enough in all conscience1;. when :you tame the words'with nu t'trort-\JI8I Sure of Her Oroand. )o
\ I in water color.: I bad tbe very best ad. went I\wlI.1! And you 1m''re-DeTer returned llardcaslle, your sweetheart."
Mistress--"Jape. I saw the mllk- '
:r.'r :vantages In wy''outh" Theodora, to since" '
says England ---- ,. .
i ,;;: plaintively retrospective.. "Indeed a "XevcrA. I am in the act of return CIIAPTEK: ,VII.Romance. hen kiss you this morniqe.! "In the RIVER ROUTE. : -
future I will
take
the In.
:;;.:'.... Signor!l Plnutl, or Plncrtll or some! suchr Ins at tills moment. milk ,
t/II :' name, has been known to regret our "Not very hurriedly?" J'ane'Twouldo.t* be no use

dear: papa's social position 'if the Slgiiorlna "Well, no.' I wanted tcf louk up an '*Te., his maternal great tnt; bust mum. H.'. promised Deer to kIH'' aTJUHmJt. J.ILUlD, .STBAMER ,HOSBADA.

i,' 4r Theodora had but to work for old school friend who has nfarrled and (b'lbeeu a Miss Claverlug; of Logan," an'body.bat. "me."Illustrated Bits. Captain Clay Johnson, Br. Captain Clay Johnson Jr.' ter";.

:. r money,' poor Plnutl! used to eat-" burled himself In Brittany. That delayed say Isabella Vauslttart with decision: Regular ,.. kl,. trips' to.Basdnger a 4 ..return. Hoseada leave.aee .'JUulsgr"ti .'

.. "But. unfortunately, we nave no Signor me a fortnight between Paris "to.heiress. to the Loran estatesand a Spoiling, Tlienir Tuesday morning, and arrive. Klslmme Friday evening, "f'-. "*:_

'." PlnntHo praise us now," interrupts and St. halo" anted beauty. The Marquis de Valmont Cupid-I'm going to quit IU!? Bpe lal Charter Trip to Lake OkeeoVobft. and Fort Uyer on iU Ltllle..
hot with confusion wa her first lover, lie killed The Stork-"Quit whatt"Cupid0b. Comfortable c
lg Daphne "And "Then got accommodation for pas(eager*. Rate ....oaabl..
: nothing we do can possibly be ,,' rth. "Then ')lurra,.' reminded me of my In a duel with the celebrated Colonel I have been laughingat ; The most picturesque."Waterway In Florida. .

7 bowing to a stranger; I-I mean to duly. The traveler I Is here at a convenient huller, .and six mouth later she married locksmiths for to" lane that the Tor ....0'.1' and IVelght .Kate*,apply to
anyone who has traveled so much an< point for visiting the Channel Henry Vanslttart. a first tuusln whole' tribe of them have begun to CLAY
JOTDTSON. BIC. Proprietor
ItJ of our father's You understand me, imagine that they are humorist.Puck. .."- ,
must have seen, so umuy; flue pictures Islands You know the rest. Oa board "Ullle" Klsslmme ''''
r Theodora; you are ,following what I' .2. ,_
s Sir John Scvcrcc. "Au the lady who wrote that letter _.. .,.
"laccl'pt the apology," says SevM"neWltb has not seen you for three years, say? A-great-aunt of this young man --- ,.. J.' .
"':': */ a look that brings the color to her then?" cries Daphne Weeping out the Severn married our father's cousin, Feminine Ruse.. THfc THRIFTY GIRL AND HER rl.di t'1.ltlac Op..lr.0. ..

-cheeks. "If yon.had! not retrBCte lliftl pagoda with' touch and rMslng her Henry Vanslttart.' Miss G. Osslp-"Nobody knows NEECM/H. I "\:: ." \veJ.koo'oaocitt1! womahwen ,

:'oj obnoxious word 'stranger,' I MJoVild eyes abruptly: to 8evernc>. "She will Notwithstanding the beauty of tbe anything' about the new resident, but I Have "you ..an old petticoat that 1' heard to remark the other afternoon -,'

.:.a hare walked straight away to tbe harbor find )you altered. Though you exchanged June night, the lamps in the farm par she. gives It out that she's! widow." too disreputable to near\ :yet too good at. tea, "I do not go oat of'town

Mrs. Chester. A steamer starts photograph every week you lor are lit, curtajna closely drawn, and Miss Caustlque-"She looks just to throw away? Why not tarn It intoa frequently: on "visits to friends. You. ,

t for New Haven tonight and=' could not keep a face fresh and living: the two elder sisters are lu the thick like a woman capable. of laying any- dainty corset cover. ee. I'do not like change... . :4

., "And before tomorrow 'morning Sir before you through the changes oi of the backgammon contest with thing to attract the men."-Philadelphia If there !Is an eiubroldered flounce "Not lltoe change; of scene, how

.1t ;John; Severne would have forgottenthat three Tt-um.: Which, summer wnd winter alike, tbelr Inquirer."I \ cut the test 'part of 'It tor the lower queer:!"responded. tho roman to Whom .,

.such a place as Quernec estate' It i lit a luune thru.t.1he..l1ke.:ofwhlclL eventlcM! days-come to a close. AuntHosio"HS"air l! I.L9r the, _waist, putting It Into. ..a. she was 'talking. ..".
- -
cries Daphne- By this time they had can only lu>- given under one or two :JerTnvntiBirr'Tr-sTjniiir Mer j-the Purse: --- band at the walaUlae. *'-'Oh'- I-Ilke--ebaage-ot-.nvkonment-*

fallen a little behind the others and conditions: absolute knowledge or absolute more of gravity than 1*' f!!I uul' round notice' that ion always jiog'tlie. This.may be fastened on the ihoulders wall enoush;,-'replied -the"lIl'It, "bat I n,

are walking slowly side by; side, along Ignornnce of the couTfulionall- her lips. cabman your puree." with do not like iidnptlus my whole life to "

.,.\. }, tbe narrow- lane,' Sit John well laden ties Sir John throw a quick look- atDaphne' "There, Daphne! You bear," cries The hero of this historical. novel usual way a ,bow but of It is ribbon far ,prettier as Iathe other a* lbs visitor is certainty exl -. _t

..- with rakes-and forks, she With ber sunbonnet bee, at .the serious, truth- 3on."l1H'ollora. as -Jar hue Chester en*' was. a thrifty. character. to make the upper part -of .several peeled l to
r hanging on her arm, an empty telling eyes tile tips from lD which no iers. "According to leabella's'ehronology Yes.* explained: be,, "1 bay! them I of .come gueit.
rows 'lace.
Insertion(: headed
.... : .' /water Jar poised .on her honliler, word,.of "chall" or other wit ot: the we may claim a kind of kinship purses cheap by the grosi"Kansas _by "As the ideal guest TOO cbangeyoora;

just like a lady?and gentleman 'of tbe period ha*,ever flbwexl.. and cunie*_ to with your" hero. HnniUonJ is that City Journal., .; owed beading and a row, of lacer Thu K I 'hour*. for rising for retiring for eating .
Under eJb1Jrold
and saucer, school of comedy, preparing the sudden resolution, then and there handJlow doel'-"COlItlnue.: : Theodora.: : .:....:.- w the red---ed'- J your weal change your:' politic', to"pteatr +

for a telling bit of sylvan flirtation. .of enlightening her as to his.engagement .' "Sir John Peverue! one ot the very .' Then Ho ..TVent.Ah . of the flounce N'end; .-smart' and your-hoit, tango your religion {'
.
; .: '" ., ngUet: men It' has been nay\ luck to ;, 'dainty effect.If to meet tbe views of year bate*.,
t'"Don't you think It might be a*Veil "Yes, tve 'iilinll. find each other meet. Stlljl),..ther,# ,can 'be no doubt "he remarked Mlni Waery. whom the petticoat If worn on tb. edge change your point of view concerning'

> for.you to make a note of.our.exlat.. ('haDg ed;,Af rsj;' tllicster, la thing, per- behaved! with presence' ofmind, a* re Mr. Staylate had been boring with axa th. upper'' part good,' trim If off art music and what'constltute diversion
*
once,. sir? 'We-.haU-tewember you" taps, that don't ,come within- the'.cope gards 'the"=ehl1l1.*' Presence .ot'.mind .old =conundrum,. that..lLst;one' re- neatly' tq ..th..deplhf.oftla.aUop topuittbe family.ID',rneral, and "
". "tbone sfnrplyAu; to thinking., there could .m'nds'm.. ot the best thine gsing"What's :....* and roll It to beading<< above whten doe-
she goes on a llttlo sadly, of us of pbotogrupby." tie takes rup ? are l lucky If you don't change your ,1 '

.. :;; iwho live long 'enough-well,' for;;...about a handful of mall pebbles, and a* he have been.any danger with Paul actually "" that? he aiked; eagerly.* I I. k row of Valenciennes lace about"; tor. for all this following after Strange, ,_
) the next thirty or forty yearn. Don't tajks, alms 'one utter another at some Uadovfty! ; own,eyes.- Ir- is ridicu! -"A man who has stayed too'long. half inch wide. This 'make a showy an'1.. nconeaIAIIJIJda-I. sure to make. ,

;you think yon might write'a'couple of Imaginary target on. the margin of: 'lour Philadelphia Press...,. .. corset cover with little work or empenes.New you 111 unless"yoti.wape the wrath to """''tt'1O.'

(words about n* In your: pocketbook? the water) "You see-, -we bad known "Ugly! exelalms'Daphne, IndlgnsnjtiT. York, Press. come by going home.."-Baltimore: Bun. ya_

Ii. '.-,..- Oy! | the words Flef-de-Ia-Belml and each other: Just six we band -we .. Aunt llosle chiming' In a ,seeP:' Soon. ........,;...: .......::......,\.-.-.;-:, '.1
." the date of yesterday. would* be were ch ldron-rMls Hardcastle, at toned 'second "Sir John Severne! "ir" .- Farmer"I'mgoIa'" :to drive. to I 'TO KIDEP.TH'E EXJRU'TO NE. Dog Re>cnrs Drowning JUUI'. ..

..it. 'Or enough" leastr wa a- cbUdwbelwben: Inwa: 4 .town. some day next week, Marthy: ," The ecru tone-that I* ao' desirable George \V, Da Gnnha, an architect" '1 ,

I ". ,"If yon wish truly. and honestly that ordered to-Inill*. > \Ve. spoke In our .'To ; arkable and unnsnal I.:'ex :Jila Wlt =_*You can't, Hlranv. 1 In net: blouses and curtains' Jvjst'aow: ,ot Vallew,road,. bas'. dog which pf'600', i; .::'
I': .'"' '' tent.". .answer Miss Theodora. "I 'U1t looldo' over the ikedool" ol '
should remember Flef-de-la-llelne haste, and: I uppo.a, shall have theIhterest --wus must not be confounded with dirt.' vented and to Mrs.Chester out' might, indeed,..say ot: bis face that it auto races ''an'' there ,ain't '; '
t +. every one belonging 1C now of: finding how far .an open'.J1at..L10L..l1o.u.dr1Y1 'While this tint lsmoru aervlc ablthan '-baa.bt'3D.'Y Its companion ,dace, It*' "
.. ', ;-t:yyon' biHharrh6uli-T|:,..r our speaking!! ::Jed:n i. wroi>g ._r-i: _'. has..J/.OJInL..Ot.Jeot\llLaL.1.;: ; lLJacfoL ':oJL1U..zoada ,Lot white '"heceFsary. birthMr .Da _Cunh.' ,br| .d_ alt.l.1 ... ;
member everything r connected .with And for 'one long' minute Daphne. ., hs'ourT>oor fathe'r/'ueed to- remark, the next tea da-=Pnck.. .:. ; ;washid'Imsr. : ; : took.tr kitten to a pone with lbe, in:: \ s.

,, .*Quernee''jest! one degree {Dore' vividly Chester'.I* silent. without a profiler Wben 1 saw ,him -. lievlt'able' ; : tenlloa of drowning It. 'The 'dog aod: .
l' than I am'certain to do" already ou Her heart. 1. dad uo that. at work 4u the hayfleld this.afternoon. Grow Scarcer. "After washing bleaching la '
,. ;>< doubt.n! ''to' comp.Dl.d. the>mau,,, ,and 'lrheft.b.;: .: W'
,, 'w must let me make,a sketch of ;yon -f ndVlittle point; ber belief In personal hfrgluessshattered. IrcoiildJMt-aelp| '.feeling bow Well the 'People! don't seem to sea as 'many unles* means;are'-
1 -:; 'K'-'*: ; 'Panl.' I' should like to 'get \fan The'onlyleeling'she-cam employment sat wpon: him., But?of sea, serpents, as ,they uiad'to," remarked serve the c.reamIAQls.This', 'can .be the-dog Jumped aCt r.'It, When !.lr," ,; ',

"? ,,,..-;Jf outdoor portrait -or;ypu.' looking.:, as. possibly teftain toward,, Blr John Sercrno4S'tratltnIIrrjurfwbtrtRhs course,' youth animal 'spirltuandasunbprntsklnbavtalways the guest*.' ,-- """, done In severalWays.; ., The easiest '.Da Cunha. beard JIOK per.Is.entlvthe: ''?.

\ ; At.thlamoment = ",_.?;:.."," ;;; : ; felt : n.:certain. ,< No,?'answered 'summer. land: :to' rinse the net in prater to which- ,dog bad .Jahrt'reel.to tav ,the life ot t,A .

....__ In a' cotton>gown and san:borAiet, for.gouty"'old'Dr. de Garlott,when he charm'for' .ome-ta.te.r---- lord.;1:"t don't'know'whather 'to attribute -; "saffroa has'heen added until "the de* the kitten he refused V. 'hnv. it J .

'my.cheek* well baked by eight hours' had brought;t'aulsafeythrough'tb0measles. ."Sir John_Severne ba n great heart, it to'locl option of tbe-pur, sired. 8bad4'II obtained. :,JL_. ( killed.-Montclal; ttapaW. : to :th*'.y
Whe could cart about the profile of a '
t'10a..1cclt"*haymaking water Jar on my shoulder. -,s c .... I ,food. 'law,"Washington Star, Dip a small piece'ot net.Or muslininto ,Jiew Yotlq. ..Trtbun.., ,
., Yon. don't want, bldo ," faith oryn man Who has been your salvation rescued the tawny water"ase test before .
; : ; me to )nyplcturesquene 1 shaH have. more- lu my \h", :_i..r. ,. stif+.,aa
'
, -- N
.. ** vnder..8unday but,.a* cleverness' for ',the' future," 'soat that which i* dearer to'you than ,", Sign of Precodtr.Flat".DlasilasEdltos puttlng'ln ,the -bigger articles, or ::.. ?
fake Butter. .
'
I -To be dlscutMNt. pur.1r'al.C&ct : .
.the country people ao when they BO W 1 length she speaks. IB ,her,matteroffact. -' your own life I Sir'John. Beverne Is"hertvotca'tyemblee : "; _ekee work .of. washing maT,:" bare.to', ; "
... ; ; heifers
"I
"I : fo'-lIu.ttt01l> : 'Isn't'r
\ ; everything to .
if- agala.1
; :townto. .be tikenbythphotogr: ;quiet.volce.-fcffWhn-nrt I picked fee done over .
my'--youuji; ,,..'.7jL: --cut-out-for-an; goad,bliiterm..luperlP1'.1u.evert'-iv* g;
:" in.ibat"ne1ium U belnlr"cnn'tJ.tQanother. t
:..1"j" up that letter-I:thonght to myself It : "HaV wafer ti use3'td preerve lhe
,
." ,' ** ., to pgorbuttZr?" 'remark the Chicago .."
: .
.' !/ : "a: :want you to' look precisely ai trout sweet-from one v tone The
yon was. your; some 'r .' creamy, hay 1 Ie boiled and
Slater,' cries) BIls"Theodoranot Second Editor- "Why: so?"-' .Tribune! BI1t.objeiU, PltUburg ;()
did
".. when I Bret met 19U, yeaterdsyain: you cared mo"hau commc'n for Youmuit left to cool la fresh; Waterw' Strain
? / be back, to, ; 'without 'a shade of manning _First, Edlior* ."EvsrjUhlog .he,get ,Dlapateh-as practical matter,, U :;J
.the field- tr\ \. longing to:gt ; England Mt before using,, Soak the laceorvnet: ..
'r i -ft.1A! -eertainfetter In 'my band" :Ah. 'Sir John After three year*,of.separation In her voice;W'it' I* your ,turft'to play': his hands on he ran and throw Into thoroughly to" remove. 'moat' ot the good ,amtterine is superior thit,: I* !,' \

; 'Blr: John / f." you "had;.never:,;dropped .. ', the hour. must'pas* heavily .; I.h ve.,thrown"' cinq-ace..again,' and' do the waste.basU.t.;.-LlppIncotfs.; dirt the,:hay ,cobored' all tIN mon reason.tor.selling It for, *,
(.'U '*. < ; : It :*
what :
lettettT-'s. not enter.. ': I J. and not'dlscr.dlung It by wtt
that '
keep apart"
your '
you < vaterN.wrk
r .
"I g "Mr*. Chester:irould not hava direct.a"me. :"Well.".Gnawer* SeveruuJdichneglpg r"'Aye.ae' ," >muaes..MLa. Vandttart, .4 'A ;Good:Disposition., \ ; pr..a..i . t representing.-: that ,It.I.: the inferiorsarticle. >.. -

; far toft.Martelio tower In Quer-; ails lat shot with vigor,at tie Imaginary boWing'lhe dice box'loosely- between. He certainly: .has good disposi' ". -- .. 4 ,. r,

: nee Bay; some other fellow would hare:. target' "we are not romantic herr well-formed;,withered old! ',handl."But.wh lion: The last time luhim.. he was .- TO'WASH A ro .... .''." ': . ':. .. ;' ,
"
:' .ourrled,1"aol safe to shore and afthl people either of u*;, fiat .1 ,nie fact. t. renders the coming rot this )looking fOr"wort".ud be didn't: seem '"."Da**not'rdespalr'lt bn toO'''{ Says, the ;New- .York!: ,World: c n'e'J;

"t-gy'm''momenttoo.n;wonld-w>tdo"to: push Mis-Hardeastle-l.-I suppose It.I bad young man"really extraordinaryJ- that 'the !least bit,unhappy. '*. '-'' w i.:.: / your: >alike jnltslon ot:Admiral .Sperry's fleet ,Iv: ::'!
oWD8d..i-t- . __ .
-4 .
: -:; -a ,
nights
In one : ago I had a dl'eam'r.Ytuhear
vthese; kJnd-of--.uppo..tloo..tOO'"Ar.' to sum up characteristics : two Xo.' tliat VwhereTieVhapplesO tIlt''Orient I -
of
; '- one purely courtesy ,
cock's'featbers.
Boa.-of marabou"
"'My; .own correspondent little know*'the'happy word I'should be forced to say-pre- ,.all of you: ,,.a dream I because,'when .he'*.looking tot work Jnd "frtnJ. V J- ;
should
1 hlp.: It .
help
1 ,. result that letter war fated fo.bring pare :yourself. Mrs, ChMter.-a* ;cold "I ;saw. him' a* plainly'' .!', ns"I:, see he hasn't:any '.to., do.".-;.:Plilladelphlat can 'be 'cleaned a*, efflcaclouJy;:;, 'by strengthen the tes.! :,"'>f to ,.
'
.laternatVinaLXv
either h mans of and wateru';
about "* '. .' '_" hock U In store for: you-that Mis* of you, dripping-with water, Press ;, 'f soap by- anymore '' ,, '
?. |" "U. .. -exiwnslve' method. ''' good:feeing.: .Itr; I* to be Lopedtbat"our'btg'A I.cltemenfwlir
.: ? .. :* Uardcastle the let bit In the_World supporting Paul in his arms.>nd.With y J. "" : r
j*, ,'T The*stlstinet''.white'I llght,ot,"day:'has' 'bine-stocking., " "" ." *, his rIght.hand'holding out wedding '-. .How.Ho Lost r A lather of good soap; should;be' ;: : VttH'jLgie.In'tbelr' af: ..;

, .J. melted Into the tendereat.sblftlng hue :, .."A:blue-stocklngr! exclaims ,Daphne' ring.. Not altogether inch a dream a* "Pa's justlost his Ant spring argument \ prepared with, a little, warm 'water ,. '. ot war \he)'favorablelupreaaloh "T

'of pearl-and opaL Bererne: and'Mr*, with a fcltter.-sbarp sense of'her own. eOuld'be..wl.hed.' I am' aware, but we with ma."; ' .the boa Immersed'' In' this' and left Iobl'OalDllael, bluaterabout' ,

rt 'Ch..ter.after J know.not bow4man/y deficiencies and with a ,,181011.;'grand,. must receive:.ucb.thlegs. ". says:Miss '"What'wa HT"'" [ to soak for a-few'mlstttecvrwhen U hidden motive behind,. this"e>w;'
''
.A *r"-tionra'spent-In tacit-'Otber' oclety/re-- eplc.L.bomlcldal,:.rlalntrbetore.her.' Vanstttart, solemnly; **"e. must receive '"Pa_ ',advocated'laving" the ,stove ,, should .be worked"svntljrla fingers peditioB. ofpeace.. . ; ::'l

: *" 1 ratchlng tM:''star*-rlse!!'. .n* .they, have _The -term"'Is GIIl-t..hIoned"t ;say 'such things' t good O1'tol".l1_] up all summer. and; -*-' "... and rinsed la'several clean, lukewarm o .. ....' ,__;;
--'atcb.t t" "lrnn "tt; rop 9 the Qoernec Sir :John:: ; "And. still with feminine a* :they'are; 'sent. to n*<> ;That dream ,*, "Wellt", - ,..!" --" -- waters until all soil I. '..Umlnat.dJ'I City naU..T-galt ilbenAsed; J; :;

,shore. Paul bad been forcibly carried ieaenl6g: 1nrfeashgatitapreeent'raI Tortesd.-rarrIage".w;.,: :.;c . "Ma bN-mad.m.DJelll.nu--tor-: I "Thaedact1s.hirdlysncouraklnff:

: 'oft to bed in tbe strong;.arms,,of "Qar-' .don't know that.we'' can'well affordto ..."Marrlagre' exclaims''' 'Aunt Hosie; pa to begin taking It down next lion; r.when It I removed, from the 'water, ; "Tb'11t'brOU&'h bi Attorney= levo ?" .
eral Jackson 'dls.OI'f.tb."Ne
:y:" ,.. got:tbl Misses,'Vanslttart"-mindful of without; It.: ..*.,"* .-" : ::7- "T1"It letting'go her knitting with an"bmpt- ,.day.-DetroitFree. 'Press:". lr for it, doe ,suggest; a drowned :rat 'York City Railway to Company, was dl .l'

:.' ,'damp and'b umat.bu hare'already; lit .* is,:.a 'very;, ,awful,term.!! ':,.cries ness that causesatleast a quarter Of .-....:.-:, more than ever-but. U '.haka\\ .eat-'I, missed;. ly Justice Dav(..; air, t ,

their parlor lamp; Only these. two eve Daphne ,"I baven beard my ..aunts: a.t0irolstitchato"drop;: : 'from the _. 'J'be olc..w;..,,:', ly'out: of "door*'Jtn..Jhelnd, ijt: until I . ( ., f! .
't ."'-abroad.: c ,*.' v"Yet Speak of' Mr*.; 'Trimmer. lUll ,Por- pins,and:with an ;acerbity;: yel'7:1IJ: A pour, lady. the.other 'day' hi.t- regain-all original flsmaaiN.WTorkhTlmes ,

- _we' .talk like._ old"*aciunln-( ter-*-' ;: ,,' ." usnak'n her voice.: :Twlsh:the word tined to the-nursery and -.all to pen \ ,, "- .. .!;,( i 'White Slav* :nei ..ed. 1..At
"tances."r. It IS Daphne who .peak..'het r;"..{nd';Mr: Hannah: -afbtei-Ab;; 'ttmodern Were, expunged! :from the JECnglisb: lan llttl.daughter I- Y .' '' a;!"" tAtlaatle ' Berth* niche, the ,wbile elaya.; '

..1 calm 'face.Jltted,- -lth'the.,after,glow bluetocklng iscast upon a- guage.. JlarrigelHersat ,Flef-de- -- "Minnie;' what do' you "meaa: by CChere-wa Ch, rte&nd Dry Sosday. who shot and-.killed Enalie Osrdronqfher ; :;'

1;;1."bit. of"all the,WIJ.C'-.::1pon,it.,to Severne's. different pattern," :xhlbits: diverging la-Helner! 'A I ihoutlqg "and icreamlng t. ._ Play of, the, liquor practically laws 'at Atlantic no violation City -n aster, was .nrolt4 from,.A.ffl1..- -!- ..:,

y . :"Yet,-1n:reality, tbe;extent of oar.ac manlfetUons.;'as. site| ;-would",say. ,In .To .be .continued. '".' 4 letly, like Tommy ,Se'.' lie doesn't ,,.!*..,J.;" on the **con G iJt; .gtaaint nee' U-knowledge :bt-'each.otherV .! the language of the tribe.The modern"bluestocking "j. ',. .. 3, make a sound.- "f 'f..'- Aston' ,Jast: Sunday th* saloons*and -
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", ..... 'armes.:: Pcqptewpo'dwelt: In I acknowledges few thing There are' timeswhen: a"fallow*feels .rof ,eoarae a.'doesnRlaidths; ,; cafe*' were'closed., A vigilant'watch "<

",-l 'place*like Qnemec ave\so\ stepped off. that cannot b,.weighed In the balanceor Impelled1 to spend bl* .money like a IRtUit J. '" 'hat'1s oar game. ,,He was; kept by the authorities,' and it When'' ihe1merry. ttfl)e wearyymay'knowthat'bets !

.tae-atage-ot..me.a*..to..Jtava DO history observed lntberipecioseopTMI'tbiti8.d .* -. drunken"allor, !' or;a-PUtslrarg;: ; million- la papa'coming bom.-lat.-and.I am ,was 'announced by, Chief ot'. Police folks .makes ajiean'' feel.

1. "tA speak' of I beets nlneteea: PUlIIet'lWJ '[ f---; ..i- ;;: _.' I Tvt\J94r. Woodruff _thC t$e had received: .re .gettingalong. .
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NOTICE 'OF: ELECTION : Notlc* of Electio .
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: ; Mdntlily' Meeting of tn.::=::.... with... law'to poah. I eases mcdlI DANN'S WAGON WOR]

I. and .-........ . bareLy. announced and declarwlthaa I . .'
Th of th
Wif ERBAS. LaarlaUtvr: 111:1. under I ( "
ConetItut4oJ'48.; of the .ta...-., Florida,did I Election: will be held at "_ bIlpaOIaJ'Tu 5-5- 5 S !' .". .
; pas three Joint" Resolutions propoalaw 1 amendment Soiool DtetHet No. t. Oeoeola oouatr.na.oaSaturdar .. _y. .. .,,'
S CountyCommissioners \ Uth day ef .............. D: "HIQH '
A.
to the Constitution of the State of r.......... GRADE VEHICLES MADE TO ORDER. .

oil ; and the same were aa-reed" to..bra vote of .*ree- 1MB -' _In.who shall serve as Trustee of ""' l'
aforesaId SpeotaX Tea School. DUtrlot Mo. S
fJoxUro REASONABLE
AT PRICES.
:; fifths of aU the members elected 10._* house) S
S i-aara next after aaid Election and. to As ...
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KlSSIMMKK FtA. Se t>t. '7 1ftO5 8 C 0 Hdw Co court hoii... < I 64 I that th* rotoaon aald JoInt Reeolutlossf. w..st .um..r I .'-'- SIS
th mill
S Z W Base, repairing sheHITs quartan. ', 411 ,5 I I ...... upon their respective; Journals. with )oeU district school tax to be s S '..
The Board and thaT
thereon
and
"'tr4 for the County of Oseeola Mrs M Allbert. corns as treas .. 26 011tJ i',, 'I., nay* .D. Tlndall. R. L. Bvana and.... W. HUU In.apeotora. ., . .. ,. '1 .... ..
.. . W rect that th said l and State of Florida met In regular Fprmat*.ear j"Rppn S .and. Jno,K.BnnUclerk of said ... .
S ..e.... ear janitor .. W I to the electors of the But at th* General lEI.*> .tIOn.
seisloa on th" above date, there beingpresent ... . . JJl .- Don br rUrof the Board of Blackstisltiiing Horseshoeing and Repair Work. .
., P A Vans As-new .le.sJ .... ; M ; I tlon In N..m....... Il 011. <> Publle Instruction. .o
Walter Bass, ir.1ohlrm&thJ, Frank Uaseone. runt poor f nuoar* pauper 8J l m Oeoeola CJoua.... .. . ,

K. Uronson,. J. S. atratrcn, W. R. W.IIM' _' Vontr." ..IIU.. ......... ... T18: : I1 Newtb.i.toos. LH.CIsyCrserford.Aeoretarr.: ,'.TblU8t1o.... ,at.Au"",'111I8.- .S .An'Kh1dsDone rstrcIassWorkmert:!: Jl'.
Godwin Commissioners; P. A. Van ". .B_ "' 1 I of State of thaState. of r.......,)-do.. hereby" rive.' .. . J + .
: Straiten.L' 4.rf., .. ..t ,800 iinotlcsths1s- " -r -- .S W.-C, BASS. .
wr'attornev"TorThe-'Uoard, and I. II. "....-.r 8 ww.l. SEABa.fluprlntaudnt., .Chairman: ...
Arthur. Donegal) U. C; a ... J L.e.hy.iuilytlkAed; .... ? f I GENERAL ELECTION t j '.
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S .. . ... .., 00 l"lorld.onTuocdsy
IWlllller..ofhaT '- ,\ .--- will be helell. eaoh oounty la :
The minutes. the 'Jast meeting ".rt . ,
288
W OveratmeC pay ....1. .. -1 87 .
5' read and approvedCommunication >. J fS74 C Cre ... f..d bill .. ,. ..y?. ... II 418 next.uooeMlnlf.the first Monday In November. S WILLIAMS1 K10NKY PILLS '
of Captain Mai Ing, Bennett i day work at llaeslnver. S 110 1 A. p.:I as*. the aald Tuesday ...!n* the ,S jj DANN: :
S yoah lb... 4 days work at Baaelnaw . 1IIfI ..Ta1aDDAprNoVE2tBER , . Hare you neglected ear KldnarsT? Har* : ,Proprietor.MACH'BROS. .
.. In regard to a "OI .Irom Hammock. J JUaan..bla ikea. IUi. work. ._.-. "trf .*-7.M 'saU :: fm ejsrerworknd yofnefv0uN *ayesem. aol .
rlaincaObn
the JoIQt
for \
JsctWn of the
and :flle T for informatlon. .' . . . or r trnnhl with 5
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S. Grave was read < Kiss Pruar(;o. dnurs for mule. vauaoa four kidney and bladdcrf S
\ S S C O Hdw Oo. road supplies 7 00IN Resolution. proposlneT amendmant to the Constitution Have you pain*lo lolni. ,sldo.back groins and!
S ) UMaklnson. Co.nalla' ." .... . fIO of.the.Bute*f rioridf..! bladder Have you a Oabbx-appearano of th* I- I
Deeds from! R, It. Starling and wife .Kl..o s 1umlr< o. . 5: 'I. aaoe cMDaelallT, under the eyes? Too ;fraquenia ... -
,::Jr.. ....nd.1 om.U.J---and T.JJtK**" to It.rlp W H CodwlM money .::i.j;;; ;; work. : A JOINT-RESOLUTION: propoelnc'an amen-.. desire to 4>asa arlner If..... William' Kidney -

jut /land to be-used' for road purK| >ses E Walter.L LealeyTfees Bass ar. for visit racordlna poor farm. .. . II I 00 Ill moot to Section NlnV. (9) of.Article Klve (S) pf Prl l.flla"wilt oeiOo. cur you.At Oaoeola" ?bmrmso,., :Ii... """ "'''' "' .. ,.,.... """" "'''' """ """" ""- ,,, '" """" '"

S 'were presented }Ao the... Hoard. and au-. E! .. Lr.Iey. _t. State vsHpocklef . I n I the Constitution"" of Florida raUtinar to.judicialaalai'los. , S KMI'-.M..OH.. I K..KT. M.... ,
I s ?I ceiti. W-R Johnston. oounty. court cost* JI: '1'0' .. # -

; Paid warrant were cancelled. In the I CFPravalt.courtcaeta ,. . 10* '85CV'Pr.vatt.courtbouut .III B. It Respire., ) by: the Lei*>.latiur* of the Stat ,rt,

following fund:. J L Moon. salary and lees. .... ilK MU pf Florida:
Fine and Forfeiture. . . 5. W" *; .* F Pravatf oommlsalons .- "- .- . .4(16C That JJetlc-n Nine (t) of Artlcl Flv.. (A) of the .
S I It- .....,. .... .. . . . . 101'2fI! K Prevatt! teed prtaoners .. < ,
; I < .nenl Revenue. . . '. .. . . . . +n 4 f C F Prevatt, exp taklne children to horn '1A 21 Copsttuurtonof! lh. Stat cf Florida be and the S ,
C F. Prevatt. telephone, measatfen . :* 84 same .la 1..rby. amended *o a* to read. a* follow -1M-

,. ., folloirlntf Tax 'Collector'balances report uncollected'showed: the. Chairman of the Stale Democratic ..: '. 9 5F |: Livery Feed and Sale Stable J JI

r Committeefiled: with the Hoard the' Section NI... (I). Th. sslarlea of Justices. jf "
Revenu fund . . . . . : . .. 59$* .
44choiI fund '. .5' 48 1'1 names of the nominees of the Democratic ,the Supreme Court. Circuit Judges and Judges of '

, .'S S It.-! fund .1. . .A. *. J party and name wag tirdered. Criminal Courts of Reo.rd shall. be. Axed by the I WOOD-:J-DRAYINQ
S. S. U. )oj... 3. . \ .. placed on the ticket- Letrlslattr. S S S

5, S S v'S.8. IX No.- 4 . '. SrS. llLIIt The Secreisvrv of State filed with the That thsforegolng am r>4mer.t of Section Nine I. Everything! Now and First-Class. We will

: treasurer's report-showed the follow. . Hoar 4 the! name of Frank Clark; 'the (9)) of Art ..nv. (II) of the Constitution *f Florida *

balances hand: nominee of the Democratic party for U hereby: agreed .... and the same shall be submitted l x Render Prompt iand Satisfactory Serti

General flue. .. ... . . 2M$13< $JI' Congressman f jthla. district Same to the electors of the Stat* for approval or vice Da.vor Nlsht. All Kinds S Sn
Kin.and forf.lturs
: County actounty ' .. .. -VH7U 4A was ordered placed on the.picket- rejection.Jtha next".,. .... election of Represent .
4 t road '" '. 141.1C'l Hoard adjourned, at 2 l>. m. recon Utives .....rter. aa required Section. On. (1). ) ft Heavy llaullng. .
r
7/ County specialState . : 22 &M of Constitution. a .r
vening.I S of Article Seventeen (1,7))
aM fund. "... .. 1I.i6 21 SAT BEAMAN'S OLD STAND. .
from the PHONE 113.
U :II1f 74 A "petition was presented -
8. S. D. No. JOINT RESOLUTION proposinir an amendmentto .. .
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8. H. D. No. S 411 74 citizens of HatlncPianklnjr for ,a j.tcS... c
8.: S. D. No. 4 : _4JH. ntiKIl- -. ", r'ut.d- fkurlnir- irk the Bibftenre. Article: Twelve of the Constitution of thestat. .

S -. j theComrnI.oionerfrornth&t district, of Florida relative to education to be '
TotMl. .. -.. 118 5'5 :r
known ftectioi Sixteen of said Artlcl' providing . .
until the .a ..
the' matter was laid over -
eertiflte .
For bloh she deponlteU ..
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y S S
':: next mertlDir.Dissolution. for the levy of a special tax for the support .
!s with ll..t Hiale flank. tihowinet. th'1a. of thanks to Dr. r.... H. and mainte.iane of the Unlvetalty of the' ; '

;t S aU'UUDL.License. report.sIiowe&tOeol1rcted- Sellers.: Utato Geoluitist for his rePort State of Florida, the Florida Female 1:011: Paiti4: and Paper THE (rBflYSTOjIE GflEflGE HP J pCHINE SIIOj

4 8S which amount was ordered of debited.'nnsioli t KllxabelhParrUh : I, Struct.e4o all received forward and a Clerk COPY was of the In- the the Colored Institute Normal for the School.Blind. Deaf. and Dumb and Improve and protect your house.I :

application reoIutionpasoec. Be It Resolved by the. Leiriiilature\ Of the Stat will pleased to bring my 1907 55 ,
was presented" and. approved. Florida sample books to-your house andmakny ANTHONY A. LOLL Proprietor.
S Capt Clay Johnson wan appointed 'of : .
Bonds of Dick Stokes for carrying the latest. .
in
alto apuru"d.YouoQ' l hy the Hoard to>vio' }.'t. Myers 1 and That tho following Amendment to Article suggestion .
concealed weapons were J. W. attend the meetlnjr' ( the. citizens at i'welve at the Constitution of the State of. f'Ibrl- decorations that you may desire. S ANT FQ.. -.
Tindall and Tracy
r that place and the Tinlted States'da. to be known .. Seetion I'l( of luild.Artlcle. be Drop me a card and I will cheer
recommended the Governor for
were to engineers, and to Issue It Invitation ,,andth_ same.Is hereby airreed to and shall be eubmltted fully furnish estimates on paper FairbankSfMorse
appointment as cattle inspectors. inCominlitsloner and painting : : : : : ; : qas Engines. I IS
District No. 4 in behalf of the Hoard fo>she en- to the electors" of the "State at the next

i I'lnt'.rll) to. meet with the! citizens o4his.town I-..neral. election of Representatives. to be held Inth .

F5 the Thi Hoard folio examined nl' bill were and presented appioxtul. to j I with the view of uiniiifl : tliMj I: .. y_r ISO". for ratification or rejection.In. A. and ,Irriijatlttg Qu fits. ...
qEORIiE
( aI..INthncin .securing an a 1'1'1'"1'1'1 latlor, In. A >i>",'1.1 tsV vI! out- mill ou the BARKER;
and warrants o-rdered drawn: ,
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I( for our water wava. <1.Ie.r ..1.11( taxable propi' rty In hit Mate hall -- S

(KlMimmee J Miandir.. Valley....... on Gazette rol jirlntlhu II"' 40'1' ,|| Hoard iidjourncii. to incol, again in I Ii ,. lCVIljaIi''U''JI!l> toi' the .upi>otl and inaliitounieof . RENTECqR I
L ... ;"' .. ) tiiVL'niterVU' "I' the 'tst'of KlurWa' UHIJ.\NnO. FIjORIDA. AUTOMOBILES REPAIRED
II W &I'rew "'o. court hOU p.upth rKles i in. rcsulnr; ] .p$ im Jclober >th, 1\/1) "
__5__ Tel ('0. r.nt phone -' jj / i K: I... IjKSLKY, Clerk.B .1... n..rj E: , . . 6 -- --- -- -.
Kiss L. tria Ilirhts
W .Johnston plsnt. sal ,.. ?- ''' > AltTliUlt K.: !)(>NrXiAN. D. C. U.-..f and Dh$nh nudthwi ..;..rol Normal'
.:. .jud .. -,-hooI. hi--h shall )....j.aIiI, I". I" I Ih.' timeTfs W. W. CARSON, D. D. S. a :\ lt1oit'A'X!- WKIjLS DRIVEN ANY DEPTH .J

>*urt'r mulfcL't ftp.rl 1IS4i1 let th.- cnxilt <.f ,

. HL-liool the Houril upon motion, irrant the .Sl..,lu hue v.1 of r-rtiipal .. h. "1'HIlItff.1, j DENTAL PARLORS

MONTHLY SESSION oil) 2 Uieir I \ l'I''Iue| >lt Hinl I nuinht-red' the Slid.
;: Hchool, I 11.I The salary of teacher olald tlons B. re'iuinil' l hy the act rn-stlUK ,"0111. OVER OSCEOLA PHARMACY Kinds r I

> !( bchool was Ill!need at $:n per t. illllliKthii icainu, kuowu e i Chapter :'i.SMmnnl h1.a"im We Solicit- all Repair Work'Bargains .

r 'P OF SCHOOL BOARD( month. Mr. I.... K Shiver was appointed -S i.l. "''''''""IH. 1I\'I'r",4.1"1'u\ .aO.JIINi JPFIC. HOURS ) 8 j g 152 '"'5.DE.FAKERS 0". . .

llUpl'r\' IoWI' of said st-liool., IE"OI.l'TJj-: : ;;:;.;;"IU" Itn' IUeiI'l-. SS55 _._-
- . Upon mt>tlon\ duly paased the salaryof '-
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II, hwtion thirty llv.-ol Arliis'e' I Hvc( i.foimtltiitlon '
KCliool No. li wan raised to *40
? High School) Pupils)) Will month sail) increase\. to begin with per < <>I I'lorl.la rdmum, to tin- inullsiim ,- ENTIST _
| <-l>l ofCnurln.tu .

Not Ho FurnIslu'd) Free. next Siiiwi-intendfiil report( '. Sears and ChairiuaiiItasH | It lleiioll( \ by tilt l.cslelalur, ol the Olllce over. Jrl a rjdji Hink and Trust at Cash Store !I Iw ;

reportf-d I they had Hettled) with State of Klorli- S Co.; 1 l'lbCu, ,73.
BOOkS This Term.KlSSlMMKK. lh, thv fit\, ln anifiiilini'Dt to. riwllon
I.11 C Jr
the inaurancetImpla4Iieal| on school No.t Crown Bridge, and r< >5eJean work a
t 1 1 (flv. jf Aril. I In Klvi ..flh.. ("oii. Iliillonor ,
n'rl' y.
1 IONS i in the $um 01 UO.&Io:I:; .r;'. .and TtCialty.NuTE .
said reportvu" accepted I ..riiIii. U. homily n ireet l l ii. ,,'>>.1 shall lie_ . TluubiiUtitriutt -i : hi te JLawjT40in. wide. 15c..peJ.yard- .____
': l-'LA-j ....... .44111,1 -the4neI.-44-44' -
SI'E.JIL.JO lleiid -* --
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1 (tn-- nf iue1rUt-tTrmts Lace from 5c to I5c .
I .- " 'hiUoardofPub'icTiisrue'1uniimtL. : arcoujit IBTh? .should make arrangements &mfi1- per .vard._
...
/ eneral.clrcllon -
1/ 't
.54. for appr, ivm or r.Li iliojii-t
gub dihl. No. 4, the Board !v'aceil' ) (the, vance. Dress Pants. $1.50 I to $5.OO
In regular session, there IwlntTpresontW. ,linreaflvr, that I* t'> ".> aid, l ht..- per: pair.
W. C. I K.: K.: Brown Hivjary for transportation of pupils for OJ tLA N IX) l"J..A. Pair Pants $1 1.00. .
Buss .chairman Alderman tlon Thjrl}51r'' 0 ,,"olfl l Artlcli-. .hallbp mni'lid'dt4 Stnpe at
next month follows I'M
-S and W. W. Chandler, al oV. J. : (* SN \to n n'f u0 folloWs a S TrunKs and Suit Cases at lowest prices.
'10 John $10 J. H. Walker -
; Loftoov : ,
_41 Bears!: superintendent. ......1100 ::41 ti. Court other than hiWlu .Mpeol.
No
LESLIE W. cture
$10, and the trustees of said district. DR.! WEEDDN ? Frames from 25c to $3.50 each.
Minutes of lasn regular! session! were (toil Hhall! ) be ontabllehbd In. (his fSlate.( (except" .
were requested to look Into the matterof : .
Crc4ery at the 'lowest prices.
read and appr6vad.r' . 'hlo for tho\ ..
--sl S hut lha tivglnlaturv, ( nnt I. rr -
of pupils of said dls.
transportation
--Eve Earrjose
-- Klralmmoe Fla.. Sept.1.. 1IHIN.Ta \ Irk and to Atlou. ami :JMlabllHlimeiit- such uddttiou Specialist Fan yStiaw Hats at cost. sS
-at L
1 tlm Uonorable; HosM of.Publle" : InsU-uclkih. In The Board report then took nerrtmectinff.tip the question.. |
and for Oucenla oountri of books Klssimtnee necessary., ahd"for the appointment .by the Governor S ,'' Tinware at .
for the llljfbjH'Kiiol anyxpld price. : > y.&y'5i1v .
.
; 1 herewith tend. buy report aa trnMirar of S S ; ," ,'iv;: ; ,
addition' (
the of
and confirmation .by Senate '
Osoeals county for the month of Augult 19 W): }, and after full discussion .of PrYyate.'HosDital.AmarlcarTNi< The'only place yo .can get the Beaver Brand Hat. '
circuit\ Judrthersfor.. who*. terms of Dittos: : ; L.r .
: same and rinding' there w"tts a shortage : .5
:\>1 ?;_ .GIIItItAI: OHooLrU1D., .
Tobal."ee..""" last report .\. .,*.,. './I ,701/. 82 In fucds, passed. the r<.lllowinll.I'CIIOlu, end general jurisdiction shall b.'the .same .. Is tional t I Bank BuUdin.rJjTampa,1"PHVilCIAN : \ : .. .. '
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1 To........received from ,Town of Ku.L. ... ,., tiou.r <.<: .d', :'lr" harem l>n>Tided for -the circuit JuJltes already 4t tlil 'fn : '?

To.Im amt_reed_..from....._.Tax.._Coir....polls.7....... ............. .IMn I 00 "Whereat,'on the .th day or'J.ulv't last herein. provided for and may cloth In"any all 1.11rOP4CommIeslin matter -. ,. :'FItrrd) :. Headquarters for\ Besr Shoes: 1 1S :Towri:!

V. To amt reed from Tax Coir taxes .*. f. '<*!* 18 t.jeKIII..lmm/) High' Hchoolwag: destroyed. with Judicial powers Cw'
To amt reed from. Insurance. on schlbW" 684: 61 I by .fire toirelher with all of the ronnected with the functions of their otnce

1 Total .. ... ' ."-171"1 hook* used in said school.! The of"8,. cast In compliance. wtth said proponedamendnxnte.
:Zpi14wiir5rsntaan! : 'i'"lBy 8014)(1 And whereas the County Commissioners and the canvass, declaration. and L.!: ,:I BUDDED TREE S !
agreed to donate towards
balaac . . . . . .. . S II'f/O' / 4& ( a return thereof shall' be subjected to the samerevulatlons S ifres'
: the
new building out of (county funds .
I and .restrictions .. .... provided bylaw AND 8UREOXRlDaac
.U8-t3eT. 2.L.1E ;,
SCHOOL MO. '
available the sam of ">.000. and the
*, .To bale-toe from last twriort.Viiy : .. . .I. 1170 Ii for general elections. In the State of Florida.In .
paid warrant a. IOU Hat .. .. ... . . 74 86S I School Board desiring to .furnish the testimony: : -whereof. I have hereunto our' PHON 22.Oryic. . 11.: ...... Islesworth 2
I new build I nil with the latest and best
I the PKOHB 97. FIX> .
; i, By: .............. . ," .. .. .. '. .... 1'11I furniture and fixture, and belieVIng hand and affixed the great seal .of State of 55 UPA.JK. S
Sfr ;:, -iCM0teU-DItIIO. S. that It would be only fair to thereat Florida Tallahassee theVapltal.. this twenty- CHASE A-CO.* 'PmPR ETOHa.: J. W. HOARD, AOENT .'- -t S

.To-bala'Dc>* from laat report . . .. . ..I iT IWI of the. county that the pupils of said fifth day of' July.' A..- D..ID08. J. W. SIMPSON S 5' Co .. -7< S
1 To amt reed from Tax Cffleeter. .. . . . ::10T 'Klsslmme High School should pur4lhase Pas1lj.: H. CLAY CRAWFORD. ,: ., __ We will hare ready for next F lf aDd Winter p1.OUDaIL&'eDeral IsssortmentofQrange

,:.. ; tai .:;, ; :: .::::: -:-: :-:-:-::-:::: ..-.-.- ':. 4720 their books for. Iheeniulrftf tennj -- -: BeersUry of State.: DENTIST. -ties and'Grapefruit'Tr es of r all ]leading'. "..rie.I ,

frL BF... ..... ..........u. ..,llat -.S. . .... .. ., 112 therefore. be. It : Q\; ; Our trees are budded on Rood, healthy rough Lemon and ' -S,
Resolved That the NOT ICE ELECTION Soui-Orann; roots, guaranteed free from. Insects pesU anylclnd. "

i ; .__8 .!.1eiaftc.J5.... :" ..'.!l...... ..;... ... 46. 74'T : -not to furnish uperIzfteeu&bedlrect any free To the Sheriff of Oaeeola CountyVofth*...State i* I Upetalr Irf Kat Bulldlnjr.- . AH budded from bearing trees In our groves and therefore true to -
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: V ** "'Jh".U'-VIBT. no. 4. ," t to 1 name. Our facilities for growing'
-&y To;balance from Inat I 40r books to the pupils of the Klislmmee FI Ida:: OFFiCE UQITI..i'o; a. )D l nursery stock are second to.
1 read.from Tu Collector report.Teemt .. .. ... ... ". 1 It High School except upon affidavit of B*It known that I, H. Clay Crawford. Secretary v r 1:30t.o6:30p.m: : none and our trees are as fine 'as money and twentv year's exper m
the that he Insolvent" and of the State of Florida d* hereby Telephone No. 16Jun 5. I"'.:, fence *' klae a specialty this season of the -
patron of State ,
unable

(r'ti Ay. .-r.paid. warrant.... ....aa....per... ..hst.-.,_. ..... ...:.. ......... I 7 34 64t dren., to purchase books- for 'his- chil air. *.notice)that ONERALBIZCTION s '.'. ___S_____ ,, . famous greatest California mone?>-maker Valencia lo Florida Late. which.' Our Valencia 1* destined bud to become come the direct


'B, bala'._ ,r..,';.*.: .:.. .... . :. . .i't"i Second-That said books be furnished 0 -' will: b* held In OeeeoU County. State of Florida; from the best bearing tree In the district now famous for proS '

ITATa aID PUII'D. at the .following prices, the aame on Tuesday next succeeding tha" "first Monday In SprjggFIeIIIlllg! ducing the best Valencia In California. *, ,"-, S
( T. .balance from laat reoort... ... .. .. .. .S 280 21rww. : ,
; \. beloW the COOL of \books, tow It: Met- November. A. D. 108. the saId TboI_th. Write for Prices to JW.,, HOARD, Gotha Fla.. or call and Nur *!

; .; B.. ..........: .i&r.i.,. ... .:... .. ...U&11 calf's Eoqrlish Grammar 60o, Metcalf'fc THIRW.DAY or NOVEMBER series at Waco Florida sea our ,
t 'MBS. f. B/OILKERT. Elementary: Grammar 25o Baldwin4 For fly*1-reeldfcr.tlal. .Electors.. CLEANING '. on Midland R. R. If

; i -5 County T............. First Header 25c. l3ald wl11\ 's Second For Reoresentatlve from thoHSecond Conor sn.. ._ ., .
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of
r 'Paid.warrant'In( the awn of, 1379.7 Header 35c Baldwin's Thfrd Header tonal. .Piatrlct of Florida la the. Blxty-ftrst : PRESSING - ,

were canceled as follows: 245, 246, 247, 4Oc, Baldwin's fourth! and Fifth Readers Com i ess of th*United Sto .. DYEING

F Bd..*.wer approwd-aod warrants 60c, Baldwin's Sixth and Seventh For Governor thsrUal of Florida. '- Malsby Machinery Co

1r Issued ,a* follow. S Readers 660 Natural Adyanoed Oeojrraphy Secretary of State of th.Stat of Florida. S REPAIRINGLeave -

WJ.eeea1eryupt--------* ** fc* $1.25, Natural EImeutarv UeoRraphy For Attorney-General of the State of Florida.Fis .

WO ""'.. I( BPi.... . ... . .. . 4(10. 60o, Fr,.'. Primary Geography Comptroller of the BUttttf-rjortditr"" OCEAN ST.
.... . . .. . e a JACKSONVILLE
1y $5Bouw..MDPI , > :tOOWWChaood..MBPI. clothe e a e
.g ..... .. . (JQ 60o. Swlnton's Word Book 30o, For Treasurer f the State of Plerida.' .word at m1'boul. and : -
Mr* MB Gilbert eom. treaeorsc... .,71 Swlnton's Word Primer J6c, Fall's History For Superintendent. of PjiUl!* 1nstru6tlon of thoState will_ be called lor aod returned. Portable a.'nd .A-: .
. Valler Ukseite, '' '' '' 12 MlKfW II. JVjl( s top's First History tOo, of FIorlde.orCom.mIeaiOiter---......- 5- Stationary, Jingin.s!: ,.
Saw
r- La. ... seTuh aehl'1.Blea . : Mills, WoodworkingMacbinal' ,
Mlea Ueasla rai Maxwell's, First Lessons in English ? of AaTrlmiltar. of the State of S
I Raehaal Laako, ear tch aohl I. 8 S 00 I err Shingle Mills, Lath.Mill. and .
:' Mattie.......tt. ear ten aehl t.. .,. 8500rj 300, Milne's Standard Arithmetic 65o, Florida.ForTwoJlsstloMof. > Satisfaction Guaranteed .general line of :
Mis.FanniaTempleton. ten aehl .t. 41 00 M Iloe'* International Arithmetic 3Oc, .tha Supreme .Court of theStI.O1P1m4da. .. line apolle.Pv Complete ,
C &- $ Mtsa Wjllla Gilbert.. ear tela..hI.. I. .... 00 Milne's -I S- carried Irr took for > ImmediiJhlpineoi. '
I, -o Hunn South stable teem. ... ..... ..;. . Ir JIll PrlruaryArithmetic: Physiology S !. -- .SQl4.QlLea'1.J..e rDl.viHJt ;:; t.
-_ UlMiiWa14us.sa1tch.ebI 10.;:; .. 41 I Pathfinder No. l-3Oo, .No. 2. For Railroad. CommUsloaer_of the JSUteUoCJIarxSK JsVjs*a"eusV s : .." ,"' .' ,
I$4 sWUnAnanusItchpehI2S. X... .5000 OcjSteele'sit2ienlcVhilo1ogy .!,- --IdA: S ll' _
Il "A R -- ". eal Uevaehl-1' . -1 I A0 IIS laub's-iawiouain : F will pay you to consult before
t. EngiL.hcPr1ncs l"" ..r...* the 19th SeeIItOII4AI DIe U*
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Mlea sssMr.aal teh ..hllI8. ..... moo. M.T.ILLERReal S buying' Postal
: ,-p! Wilton Alderman ear teh saul 28 aab Arithmetic( any ) 25o. Any of the above trtctol 1"J ricIa.. .. will brlaff our .ale -
diet. ........."..-i.v...i.m .. '0'1' ,,,- 10 m' books will be sold -to patrons throughout For One Member. of the House-of; Reoreeentatlveaof S S man. Write illustratedcatftlotrue..
r: ,A.KBoebaek. sal teh ..hilS Ob diet*.., 10 uoI the county *t same price; tIe Stat* of Florida. ,state Agency. + aait'prloe. 555 >

.Mle.L.8kRoer..a1teb.hI28.ubdI.t4.IlLa.-.p 500r' Third-Parents "are. requested to For Couoty .r....,. Wej. are Qeneral Southern A.rSctSIrC.I.brsm4! ftrarohat Klkrlnes. Boiler and Saw.MlUa.V"; "

I I .8 V 0 Hdw Co._.aaeehlll..j..j. .. II 16 have their children secure a l1.t'orl j Far Sheriff.For . '"
i W B I Maklnson Jo. supplies aehl*VCebe :,. ..... . 111I book from ..t.betr'e&Oher and. to at I .
I ... . . Clerk of the Circuit Pourt. ,
Rymes lebureohl,, ._. a 00 Realty bought and sold.
J 1 ... Bk Oa.......... pay I M."I.'I\KIt.\ ... . II6 II least a week before school begins purchase -1 1 For rnmauttnAttorney.. <
John ........... labor ..hili. . .:-. 47 00I the book they. will need. ( For County Assessor Tax**. Houses rented.
a 8 B D. -...........:......,.....;. III t48ta. Fourth-Books to be sold for cash Taxes paid and Titles RO.LL1N'S.
verified O LJ
For Tax Collector.frorC6u E G E.k '
S .. Sa' 1:1----: .. ..-..... 1(111 LDC
S A U........... cLarta... .. ....... .. ..... '/08 11II only .:_. .Wo-C-BAiJ8. .-| i nty"Superintendent: of Public Instruction.:'' .j non-resident .
-. _*fo a WAT\MIoDM.-IIe1II10.,...... ... . 200S. >. W: W.CHANDLEB; .i For County or-_. <- .OLlEQE "
... .J P wuu..all.; .... .... ......1 8*. 7 III E. BROWN., I FcCountySnrreyor" % FireLLifeandLAccidentJnsura'nce.! \ -S-- 9RIDA'.9 .. S : '1,_' :' ,..:
S
"' S-:' .!L'W!: B 1.Bean.F.-tIo.'.))4luaib.r....ht., drayage.A ...ull..1.,.n.n..s. 11I11I 4186.r5'w ,There;betotflJO further buslrasssVlhe; *FerFlv.Ooaeb C-onm1..toime L ,.. -T S . College, Academy .ad SeHools ofV-Maito( Expression, Pine Arts'Domes .

"t SIWBy.t2e.HIvn1&h.ubnsrh1, f. III 1\1\ Board actiourned. till next: regular For Three Member.ef the Count, Beard of Pub- t Indemnlty.Bonda. j tie and Industrial Art and 'BuiIaess.T't -: '_ . .- '

_ 'S.. .JW diet A1dura.4 . .hauling.-...... ...poapIta. ... ."echl.. ...36.''W,_..b'i .- .CII .meeting"Attestf' -- - . W; C. BASS, I lie ItIIt. .:...... I ..--- ;:- .. .... -- -...,_._"- 1I..u, OeI.syls I....... r."yl Hall aDd, perfeothealib third menu dormitory eondlhions sw, See I'CIID". "P:". .1ectrlo'hl.Uo U..b"IIIteaIII..Dd Zurm4.'''''' WDomlDalloual :"

".oro... IaMUnIr pupO' .ehI 20 sub Chslrman.. 1 For Juetlc U th* PeexM.Ia and for the UlowtncJ. ..U liD.... baseball&ad basket-bell. .champions .rma..U"1 e.ld; teualueouyte. '.
'.- \:ra, .....4. ........ .........,. .,." .. ...... '' W. J. 8ARSupL'BuyaK: ._ Jaatio* Diatrtota.vial.: .. t,*... 5, ..V ,_ mUUoa dol\ara\ .Ddowmeo&1 sapossoc 0d5rs64t echolarship.. sysUabte.year Nearl a quartered a. '. ', .
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8. I"- o.eUag yfl. MlatAr", : For 000atat0Ia Ie sad forth* followinsJnstle ROGERS' LIVERWORT ) lorCHARACTER. ". .- ..' ,
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: x M Ibts, _aclall.'..'..> ."''t !.. 200000S ta Tsatlmoay Whereef ..... hereuato'art aar POI the complete ear 'ot .Coachs, Colds, 'CONbUCT'Next 1;
''It' B "allar, py arek.sup ........... 88500r' TheOsoeolaPharmaov has 'secured'! Asthma and .oobIU..d all Lvngcomplaint '
hand and affixed the Great Seal of .
,, \ ;: of Wolf iUreek bavin.' petttlooed the local for the famous the I bending tooonsnmptio. *.- Urerwort. Tar and session be 'ln October '7.. For:oaulo ues''address the President (: "" '1
Citizens Eastman
/ f agency ,CU'M state ot Florida at Tallshassse. the c. l- I Wild Cherrr. have for a.e* raantalned .. J J. # .. ..
:5 :'_.::.. the Board to .fire them a school Kodaks and now have them In'; tal. te the Sr.tdayof. ..o'I, ). MtaMlaaed MpvtaUoo : oaavhramodr. F/BLACKMAN """; ;; .
.,.' and slid .petition ihowlof that-there) stock ranging In prices from '2 to $1% H. .14&Y. CBAwFOa. Jt oontaiaa D.i ': -ce: harmfnl M;'i ; Ph. .p.;_ .WIntrPark, Fia7; J{
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o ;: y.r& enough children tomaintain' a. Buy. one. and make your.own-. pictures.J .-*'ToCaarUF "V Prerat*. Ssyiit.Osesola Ceuaty,,, Frte ..l..9..7 Bold.alr by Oewaota. rharmr,.. ..." fli.. '. :. S :..i-' ;. '* J ;; ;
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