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 25, 1908
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00352
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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Captain Clay;Johnson Makes Opti- : Enthusiastic: Session Sufficient t 11- ;i. .,: :: -'.. ,If+ ? .A ':.' ,f r
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suit from his attendance at. ,the confer and Bassiner.Ob. -I- " ... .. :-_ __ ...
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", Captain Cl Johnson made .at most I initiation fee for membershipIn A motion prevailed that the Florida I the'steamer -I. -. \. ".''", '. .', .,, "

interesting 'to tile Board of the Hoard of Trade will be increased Representatives: and Senators In Congress Monday Lillie,' } -
Trade on I'ue.day night of what hew be invited to visit,:this city the with Captain) Cia, Jbhniioa' StIn'; I _. : "
w, heard and said at.the waterway I to FIVE DOLLARS.Onlv : second. week in Noyember.and take. a command weighed anchOr'torthe\ first : ., ,iL''"
.Jf-onfervioe held Iq Fort Myrr*. ..on thet # trip down the'river on the steamer time since-last spring", and went to the : I ,

"' : 17 th.lost. :,. which, he was officially dele . ,about. hall members of I Lillie a.* guest of the Board ot.Trade, south end of the lake, making the. trip, .. : I _
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vrgated to attend by both -the. County; l3oard'ur of.Trade and the .ecret.ary.w..loBtructed to Issue I without any :.difficulty/ whatever, there"] : LfTi : i"
a Commissioner and the Board of Trade. '' were present on last the. invitation at once. being plenty of water la the channel. ',
t\ He elated that. every eourtesr: was 'I' Tuesday night when President Done- The vommlttee on entertainment reported and on Wednesday the Captain left on i , .0"1
extended him by both the clfcizaas of gao oall8l. the meet I an to order which that they had met' aa per Instructions -' the launch Emellne for Lake KUslm- '
Fort M vera and the government engineer vwith the filtlzAna' .lom'\n. mee for the uurnoaa of hrlnirlnir the I
! ? *. and they a"ll gave Ijlra the clus- ,I, fact 1 I. to be regretted, for Lt was one tee appointed to make: arrangement steamer Roseada" to this port.,'which i I. -
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\, 'I' eat attention when he was urging the*| of the most' Important sessions yet for the laving- the cornerstone of has been tied up'' In that lake' since : J JUSTARRIVED U .
.el..lm.| of our canal and river upon I held by that body. the new High School building, and April on account of low water In the ,
I"': them. and especially did tbe engineer | After the usual routine')business was' that the joint committee had decided canals.' ""Both the Lillie anil ftOHeoda .'
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1 Mn) charge of this division display an !disposed of, such as calling tbe rolland that the. holding of a barbecue was not will "resume their usual runs between : )
>:ft.'.., .tYunuluallot.ere.. In his argument reading the minutes, the secretary feasible. "- this city and Basslnger and the Lllllo .. ', .: (
tf. The Captain. thoroughly outlined reporod. that he .had. receives! | a number -, The following new members were ; will at Intervals go a* far 'as Fort" .. I t' ,
.1'f.! the plan to be pursued .by Kissimmee of communications requesting elected and enrolled; J. McPhatter, I Myers, or whenever freight or passenger ;i
In the matter. of petitioning Congress formation regarding this cltv J. A. Lancaster, N. F. Bans F. H." traffic. warrant it. Captain Clay ,
:J' for an appropriation to' build locks( in county, one a-entlemal1lhlna- In.1 Lawson, J, 'A., Hoberson and. .Johnson.<.. will be command of
d.a.' the.. canals and river_ ,but stated that eta desiring to know.If this city 1abarthn.nn., .Capta1i11,the Roseada.
..' it """as a ceBm*>ry 10 Drat get uojngress) nished any special inducements to (The committee on municipal owner- The steamer Juanita arrived In port rI
* to authorize the making. of survey newly-wedded to spend their snip was Instructed ,U appear before on Monday night last from Tort/ Gardner -I J'u 1 1r
..'., looking to tho feasibility of the plan honeymoons herefand; that he had re the City Council and ascertain..from where she had. been held up for the : ;
. and the probable cost, and that this plied to all, giviuWthe' information desired that. body whether there was a possi I past five months on account of the con: : ,
n" could be done only through one of our The secretary stated that. in his bility of the city Installing a waterworks dition of the canals She brought.up I .. ;
< ,". ".,4:! 'Congressman, but as to that part of reply\ to the Georgia benedlct-to-be he system at an early date. a cargo of turpentine and 'rosin from .. 'J .c,
K -C' the program he felt. no uneasiness had laid. special stress on tbe manifold The finance committee was instruct the.Cole still, also a few passengers :. . ,
whatever! as Benator-elecl Fletcher advantages Kissimmee offers to ed to solicit subscriptions to the The Juanita will at once begin tanning .-
"V''' and Congressman Sparkman had att- all those who are so fortunate! as to amount. of $100, the same to be used to between this city and lower river iI I
0.: cured him they would do all lh their draw a helpmeet in life's lottery, declaring pay .for constructing a dam across points, and Captain Mipjtthe owner, : ...
.g'j. power to get favorable action from that.we afforded extra protec- Cast .Lake canal, provided the con says anticipates. no more inconvenience : .
!lit Frank Clark, Representative-cm this insure bridal couples the greatest pri- could be secured. at least. J .
.'\*. district, has repeatedly declared he vacy that they might bill and coo The sum of 920 was appropriated for Captain Frank. Tatman has again t ..1
would champion any measure tending apart from the vultrar public's \gaze, use by advertising committee and the. begun bringing Ash from below, and r. = -
| to better the, condition of our waterway while at the same we gave them bill of the Valley Gazette for 118.75. Captains O'Neal "Dd'Buokston are .. 1 .
S for printing allowed using their launches in .
f' most freedom permitting them tbe'ut-I was transporting =
\\1 Of course: the government engineers our streets, shoot our game and The resolution offered at the last i both freight and. flsn'_ to and from I '
'*:i ,' precluded frotnexpresslncan; opinion our fish, and that there was no extr meeting increasing the Initiation fee points as far south as Kisslmnaee Lake,' 'J .
? on the matter until first ordered to charge for the pleasure of being lulled from one' dollar to live dollars was The lake is literally thronged with .. .
' PSA.X' make. a survey, and not then until ufS to sleep at nleht by the sweet song of 'more generally discussed than any I I. launches, .many of them having I been { _
?... tcr they have forwarded their offloinl I ''I the night bird mingled with the roar question that has so far been presented I laid up In the lower lakes all summer,
report Washington, but froi past of the alligator almost everyone present having and the continual popping of the engines I
r'kno'vledie; of Engineer: Caldwell, It 1111 The committee on factories, throughMr. something to say on the subject, and sounds *good to our businessmen IASpIen4idLillej
> perfectly safe to assume that if he is II.: 'A. Niemeyer, reported that they when a tote was finally' taken the as well as th.oseearnlnlt.h..lr living r T .
_ the one selected to make the survey i were working; on the packing house proposition was carried without a d 111.-. on the, water. iC .'
the work will 1 t.. thoroughly and lion proposition, and expected some results ,..'nllhvnt.p, the same to become I operative - -
;;' estly done,'and the same can be said / h\ next meeting; also, that the sum of after the close of the next regular 'COOPERAGE i .. ,
: of Captain Spalding who .since suc- I 470 had been subscribed for the purchase meeting of the Board of Tl'adeAwhil'h FACTORYWork
-, ' -caedinllMajor: Beach in charge of this j of land on which to build the will be lead on the second Tues- I i.r i.--
department has won the esteem and cooperage factory and the building day in October,, the 1 Utll.I ir of : nI
* confidence of all .who hate In The-hcnir I
curie- therefor was In ("oul'jie of construction. if meeting JMIS changed Begun on Roberts-Niemeve r
;i contact with him The report of Captain: Clay Johnson, front 8 ti> T.JO |p. ir., and the attentionof I .
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't. Captain Johnson laid special stress! j j members ...first located -
{ | delegate to the waterways .conferenceheld particularly called to I > Building Factory
on the fact that In : _
petitioning Congress! l In Toil Ayers on the 17th rnst., the fact |1/| I
for an.lIlII>rOIrlation to place locks. In I was so mttitexting and complete as to 1,I by Board. of Trade. . S
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; our canals we should be conservative, lie I .
Worthy a special\ article", and the TIiose. ---
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a asking for only such amount ua will sane will be found In another columnon I
!1f I: do the work gutlioient to meet the demands this page The Captain wan givena regard/ to KlsHiuimee oi'Osceola The Hoard of Trade although ]less ;+ ?

_ as a great many good meas-! unanimousvote of thanks for the county are requested to write toia.de' than two months' old, has landed one
_..tU'IJi.J1a\'e.laJlwLoL "asaags tJuuugA nnW f tactury for .K.l>.u61.auuee.. end .ft'.untho l v
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.. m ltr-whleli liu represent* -1ft Mi. :, 15 ic. 7i'Sid ', I -
our national body on account of a e t cocrmuntty! overreaching: the mark bi i ; tortes or that body is wortcm -', we feel .
t' ass"ng lor laouious sums. lie-urrea I snie others will be induced to locate 1 0" P
the Board to lose no time whatever in in this city in the near luture. Messrs
CRUEL h HAND OF FATE BRASS BAND ENGAGED
L.fJ formulating plans to further the pioject I Lesley, Nie.jie.yer and Hicks, 'the gentlemen -
7; as fl.t best Congress: worked slow composing the cpmmitten, are .
I'. but stated it as his firm belief that if a j I men of exceptional business Qualifications : > .
:' united effort wee put forth bv the citizens -, Separates Mother From Her Children. To;Play Here Whnhe; :; Cornerstone and standing In the community, .: 'J. '
of this ountv 'We- would be successful '. aud. when they. place their on ,
approval
.., tn getting' the appropriationasked . Boys Go to Reformatory and Ts-iaid; :-Reduced Rates t on an enterprise it is at .once:considered I .: :, J= ,...... .' ; -'}'
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lafe and reliable President Donegan : {
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Orphanage Secured.
The Captain has been an : : : ',' .
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; these, waters for the past twenty-two -r --.. . "' these three R'enttelXleoto this most .Important 's'. B '" '' ., ;., ( !
s', years, and thoroughly understands the Those 'of.'-:us who live In ""a state of Arrangementshtive: ? been utmost: come position. .* '..."..:" ..rd\. .,.,), I .:.."r".i"" ,'yi'h" ,, _jJ.t'f"J ill". *; '':' .,

r y conditions andwhat will be necessary happiness! andy plenty'know but little plated. for the laying of-the iornerstone Tbe factory styed] :The'RobertsNiemeyer ': .'j ,,'.j "..". , ...... ' , " \ .. 1 .
ttf'prevent arecurrence of those exist of the cares ana trial-, heartaches and! of the new High s>chooriiulldlogand Co., and: wiri- manufacture ,. 'aft I
,' ing for the past six months, and his pains that many of tsar less fortunate the program ill such that one of the barrels, boxes, tubs, baskets' and novelties I .N
+'; counsel and advtce would be great eiS'ers and brothers are forced by'the I grandest entertainments ever 'witnessed of all kinds in wood, and .will in. .
; aid to any government engineer' sent cruel hand of fate to Suffer; little do will be afforded our citizens and a short time add a laundry' and a cannery
!:( here to make an examination or sur- we know or seemingly care how many visitors from neighboring cities who. I to the plant. It is located on the
vet of our water route. Me has been toars.are shed by the are that "
poor and lonely present on occasion. Vacant property two blocks north of v
the means of securing former appropriations widow and orphan just so long as' we I I The brass band from Winter Haven the Methodist church directly along Men and! i t
.t from Congress: for'work on are permitted to live without want. and has been secured for the celebration, the trucks of the Midland railroad.
... our canals and .river and his indefatigable -. when the day's toll Is ended to hold our and those who have had the pleasure A factory; of this character has long
will and energy; coupledwith ctittoupon our knee while we sit. in loving of hearing it perform declare it to be been needed in this section, as the demand .
bla superior knowledge and thorough communion with wife one of the finest'tn the. for that class A' ,
our ,but there state, which fea- of goods '* very '" ,
reliability will be of great assistance is One who cares, and He -abideth in ture alone Is worth the cost of visiting great, and a laundry In connection
b' to the Board of Trade in se a place where there is peace, eternal Klsslmmee on that dav. therewith will certainly a paying I '

favorable action In-the present peace, a_placa._wherein, no sorrow or The p..ra.derwhlch will be participa investment as all who reside here are ii
r.atance-a'ld;; when our canals are care is known nor pain nor heartache tell In by all of the fraternal. orders,' forced to rely on negro washerwomenor o'

and water transportation becomes is felt., who knoweth and seeth all labor,unions, school children and; city send their clothes to some. other city .
permanent the whole of booth things who nineteen hundred year and county officials, will be one of the to laundered, i i -- .-
!'. Florida, and especially Klsslmmee ago restored life to the dead. son of a l largest a* Well.. grandest and most A canning factory is potlslblt--t e oys"l ill r7PS.
andOsceola county, will at. once begin widow that he might be to her a comfort Imposing that has. ever taken place in most needed, here of any other dum. rtf I.
to owild tan and. become prosperous to and solace; and who Florida, and will the for .
traverse
( little Breamed. cried out, Drinci industry, there are thousands of ... ,. 'a
AnMfteni'. of today. wiieu an'attempt was made to oanisn pal streets. of the city. giving all who crates,of tomatoes that rot in the field* .......... I'
TaTtfreforaJet no citizen f..lho do his the ..... .tI>
children! from His presence "Suf desire the opportunity of viewing it every .ea.oo. to say nothing of many .. .... ,I ,
+ duty in this matter, but get in harness fer little.children to without being forced other .'
come unto Me and to .mingle with varietiespf .
vegetable and -
small
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.and do his full Share of the work. forbid them not, for the : :........ '1// .J I
of such 1 I. the vast throngs that will crowd. Broad. fruits, and now that such a factory is .
kingdom of heaven." ,to be, established '
'A way.One in )this oiljv, truck I
: Packing $easoVto Opes.t When the white hairs of time. have fare for the round trip, rate growers hereabouts will 1nerea their r'p ( f ,
; Messrs. Henry U. aniTVHll. Over found their way into the once golden have been secured on the. railroads) acreage, knowing they will be ableto n J '
I .street. who will manage the water. & locks of the mother, and the furrow from Sanford Lakeland, Bartow Nar- dispose of their. crops at a fair. price
Carson of care have marked' coosgeeKApopka..aU..lotermedlat.epoint8. In the 'local market ... >, .
r Grocery Company's picking ,, her once beauti ,--whereas-In -the .. -- -- '- --- JII -
{?''house.th. present season, are getting, ful face, lobe children may forget .and From" points between Sanfordand past they. have been forced to ship to ............ -II :
i /vthjng in shape to begin packing fruit wander. far and wide, forget that it Klsslmmee tickets will be sold on distant. points, and often they received i --.-.... "
>l'f-1' the middle ''October was she who loved them in sickness the 14th and 15th, while from other not one cent in return and In some instances .

While the crop Is--somewhat short andiu health, who many, criany. nights points they will be sold only on the. bare been drawn on for the. ..... ''lt +
";'this season the fruit In this county i-| held them in her arum until the golden 15th, but all. tickets will: be gdod'to re- amount of the freight bill. r..1 d

'unusually fine, and the growers) are. sunlight-betokened the birth of a new tarn until the 16th. The gentlemen composing'.this firm Beautiful Patterns and ..q ,
I loath to part with It at the low price day, sootblng-lhelr pain with a lullaby. The committee is deserving of much are well known not only in Kissimmee 1 Style
; :ac present offered by the buyer We of love and cooltng their fevered brows praise foe,the'very efficient manner in but throughout the state, Mr. Roberts ., ,

have. not yet beard of .a single sale of with tear of .orro their suffering, which. the members have performed being apracflca,!wood worker ansi one, '
\\\1'\',' ;fruit, enough there have been several but that gray-haired and. aged mother the several duties allotted to them and. of the beat in the country while Mr. I : ",
. l out-of-town buyers around looking at3.tbe has never one moment oeasedS to love the sub-committee on finance is espe- Nlemeyer' !" is proprietor of the focal ; ,Right ,Up to Noy..JL":

crop her w..nderiblaht a ff.vriivrs. ( U.rtfl.ba.nntnplimeutadforthe.ea.ergv _ -. oakery and confectionery store as wel,I( .12._ ,.
doe she fail to ask th. Eferd of, tney--a: l.playedfoi1D11001'; : *i ttoe Wffifr-c:of-""t. oslVe_oraolr. -- ..-' -.---, --:-' .- ::: ...
Getting:Ready For> ::School.Prof. .. u* all to keep and care forpruioctthose yy d. from time they- had collected sufficient"' funds groves and a large- amount of real..M-.J - ill - .- r ..
... the-business mew defray all Titec With such D oaOta
wbom He rRHIs I good nee. head the '. _
R.- M. Evans, principal. of the permitted her to mother, penses Incident to the celebration, enterprise is certain to be'a financial ;,
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High SChoolreturoed from Tampa full program of the t
exercises of success, and one that will do
:.Tuesday and will devote his attention Yea, the love of a mother 1 I. .rre..ter.. the $:'i to seeing that everything in propershape grander! purer and, nobler; than all. of order *nd societies that will par- up _ LinIJ: ;":'
and readiness for the opening else we nave among us, and one must ticipate in Che parade. will be publish -- --- -. : : ,."
\. of school on Monday, October 5th.The be hardened indeed who does not shed ed in the Vaihu Gazette In its issue \
:.- scbooMo the scattered condition a tear when he sees the cruel hand of preceding the daemon which the cornerstone Paste This'in Your HaL 1 1
will be heavily handicapped until the I fate. part a mother; from her chil is.laid. :
new building 1* completed, but Prof. dren. Such a scene was enacted this On the official ballot to be voted I
Evans and his splendid''corps of as- week In our county court, when Judge still younger, to an orptism! at the general. election In November
z. '!**ante are fully able to cope with the Johnston committed the two. boy of It is understood Mrs. Koberson asylum. there. will be about thlrty-fl names . to : e
slUMlion.!' and with the Mr*. Jim Robot-sou to the reformatory will for presidential electors.
hearty co-op- be sent to rel. In orde"r. .. "
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tlyesijLor.JiearKlati1
'f .1oo..lId; assistance ofthepufonsapd and ordered her little"girl sent to an'' 'do;'with whom she will. .make. her oomct -to avoid confusion'we preprinting I ---- -<< ;--- ----cOMg-AND f'---: "" ;;:( ._ -;.
pupil, will accomplish rood work; orphan asylum .-' In the future and who will care for her blow-the'name-of-the five Demo-' r-- . '
This la one-of the saddest most pathetic until He summon her to the land xpratlo electors.' which ever Demo- .11I''
dean Up Your Premises. eases that has _yet been chronicled where there is no parting. c t not already familiar'with them :, '' .
AS on the record of our court. Mr. It Is beyond..oUI to describe the shocarefu paste in his hat.and study
there wilt probably
.If be-ia largenumtwrvofvtsltorf'here .Hoberson has been A penniless widow when the.mother parted scene until the day of election:. '
1"\ from her
on October J5 for some years. II almost blind children iLP. BAILEY .
to witness the laving and I* for although she they be .old, I ; \ ...
ort.be incapable
Corner
wholly; of, caring for her blind, unkempt and anoared K. BT1'LERhoar. c' it.w' iD'ANN ., :
for the new High SchoolJwilld- children.' for still ',$.
The ,
young two boy aged her lore Is Just fresh DsvtaSatlvlrJ ., .
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\; foot Ing, foremost Kissimmee and should present put as attractivean her best respectively 12 and 14 years, though food for her offspring '... though green and she GEO. C. : !i i. _
they appear to be much : : E.
i, appearance' as possible. All younger/ are yet possessed the health and the rouih .00 ;
ourcltlzvfis thoroughly Incorrigible and ,. .
a menace I that were hers when she ,
aid was. first bedecked
can in this
enterprise bz to the community which-they': resided I In bridal robes. "-f''; ." """ 'r.J

...;... sect removed* that from all their unilghtlr'premises! object, having are and poor as ana there afflicted was,mother no ODe to except guide and the and'Let that us hope It was all for the.. best Bay a .Kodak. '"- THE QUTPtTTBt2 "'i .. $L ,

h+abe weeds and! era** out'and cleaning direct them, It long ere sheMs laid. away w The Osceola Pharmacy haf eoured4
was..thougha'best.for
face the
.. roots of the
. -up ..gedsraJljCLet's get bur'and her._be l for the-boys-and-beet for the daisies the- little j the local agepmyfor tho'famoui-Es:
t,. .see bow nice *., can-make! famll"1"reaDltec1:: sadherebB" Kodak
the:
town, community $0'I18Dd them to the state dren; bar s pride sad man and now hare them" 16
'f look. .on that occailoo." ,' ;*. reformatory:, and the. little girl, who U old age .comfort- her stock ranging la prices from (2 to 112 I -

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_ j A work ot heraldry, by Paul Onien- JPULPIT. SUM. sin ring. hymn '

4&- recently publlibed at Lelpslo, Go batk again and look at the life $ i'fig
of Jesu Look beyond the outward
contains some information on the ub.. yrup
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.. A SCHOUABUXSaJNDAY: 'SERMON BY
-..... vicissitude. Seek to penetrate to the :
Ject of settling wax"and' the ruin" DR., 0., a MACFARLAND. Inner consclouiness of the sufferingman. .
governing its Use in, the ,days ,of old. ,There I II no thought of pessimism -

White 'wax wa for the king off In.His_Gospel.-.He"'''ev rMgbted ', BrxIr9fg
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France and later 'for the kings ofSicily. Themct. e.ue'.._-Imperial,.- .. SplrlU. _, -np'by' faith and hope and joy. I

A fetr dukes' wer.' ..allowedj Behold Him before Pilate. Ills coun- -,

1! : j the high privilege, through the govLeroilty Brooklyn, N. T.:"':: In the Park Con-. tenance i*' untroubled. Pilate is the Cleanses; the System JLtrccTually.UispcU -
grpRRtlonal) Church. Eighth disturbed .and restless one: the trou.
avenue Cola
and Head-
of Frederick IlL, ReI wax' \! ; 5 !
Ktid, Recorl "street. Sunday mo'nin. bte.ome.4ream. were thosoof. the
:1'4'r .1 I. was ,for the Holy Father at Rom the Rev Charles S.. Macfarland.-. chamber of Ms-household. armies due to t.sonsttpQlOntaLazatve.

j 1 and the. (iermannionarehs.butas a. J1.7f'fn:; Con re,:tlonaLChnrchk. Our "paradox !. partly solved.flothprophecies ,, '' aUvf '' ,-
I "! : vor "'"'thlf'J>eoPl.1rwirI Bn'fth" Tvforwallr. Cnnn., author of are true.- He did"'und a '"Art rrtntiir nckJ'ru5nS< :

| allowed to' t>. used generally. Green' ."Th Infiplte Affection. and other : word on earth:" lie did at the same ., .

I I, wax "wa f6r the common people work" nr.,achf
IA ,STASD't 1! and. some cities which bad been unI ,. Spirit .of Jenua," The text were 'But our real question i* not ,an- Best fpfMenVromrn pno ChildrenVoun .
I* 1t true of human lifer
from John 1.:21Peace I leave ,fn
I 'faithful to tb..lr.rDm. n-t were :with you; Mv p<.ac* I rive unto yon: general t When ha come the finest and. lid, t

"' |" compelled ever tfterwaiM a.mark.. not ad the world jplvetn.! srive I vnto> literature,.the literature of peace,-joy.- -' et its4Lwoys "llenxf cnlE1f -ctsr'
of their sharne/ to seal a'll' public ,. light "h'CIpe. Inspiration-triumphT .IM K
.. ; :you. _iat.nut-yeur heart b" troubled, i
documents with green. waoc."-JI e"' noltbor let It he afrit Id: John 111:33: : Ha it come from men'whose' lives 1. buY.the-trenume' wkcCALIFORN1A
I York Tribune. "Ip the world, :ore shall >ave trlhuln- were' free fr< m .urterlngJaln and ,
:
_ :1Uis
__ : Jlnrfiill-nllme'<1 the-Go.m--
-,4... -- -- -- -=- tionTburb. ofgoo4herTThivi dlaappO1ntnmntY7Sometimea; perhaps :
I "- ATVNORMAI overcome fi. world:'" Matthew but not v.ry often. It has not

F. I "But your western life". said Mill JO:84-: :"TJilDk: not tba.>.. I am coma come from tfcoia who lived'In kings pany

_ Kulchtr," I II close to nature. I should to fiend neace on earth; I came palace and wore soft'raiment. Most '
I of It has come. out of the depth of
think you'd b. fond of the poets""But. Viot to send pex'e, but a sword. Dr.
I .I 'tna'am.'' Marfarlahd said:. -, dungeon from blind poet, from dl.- ? Co
replied Mr. Lariat, Jesus i Is' reassuring 'HI* .disciples.. ease-racked bodies. F .& \YRUP

I i of Montana: "I dont! understand 'em: H e sayf. to them : Be coaragenus. be Jeius' prophecy 1 I. true. The reason by wham it is mqdufactured.P140t5d: : on.the

I met a poet once and he wouldn't Kold.l overcome the world. Bv the it did not seem to b, true wa because front of iKvery- oacknfte. .

: takea drink."--Catholic Standard and world. HII' m,,an the temporal' life. ,we- did not read It ar.lght. Read SOLD BTALL LEADING DRUGGIST.

I Time. BA master TIe days ove that life: lit again: "Peace I leave with you; one size only! regular pries 50$,.'bollle.
-- let our iDlrlt overcome It. My peace I give unto you." My peace., : '

BORAX IN TilE DAIRT. What a sublime picture! There Not as the world."

We Are' All Grabbing For It.-From Judge. He I., awaiting:' the ,"n<1. He Is ,going,: It means: that this outward life is .

,, - ... down to not our re4lestlife.. It mean that. 4
-' --- ..., A Matter of Profitable Interest to the apparent defeat to human

New Idea Garment Fasteners.Innumerable A Century Ago at Sea. '1"N. Farmer and eves. Ills llf seem nought. The our outward and InwardHfe"are In THE DUTCH
Dairyman.
of each >
cross await Him. a (Cross betweenthe large measure Independent f
ate"mpU have been A. M. Devereux", of C .tlne, Me., 'I'beproblem of keeping*sweet all crosses of two t hie vs. BarabbmIn other. It mean that true peace does OY PAINTER

tnada to provide a satisfactory fastener has In his possession the ship's the"--utentjls used in connection with to b.. chosen instead of Himself.Ife not cOme from external situations, STANDS ORPAINTQLJALITY4

which could be substituted for the articles :-of the schooner Claesla and' milk and and DO lonre* bin any .followers except but from something that i I. withinus

butt(>n an.1 buttonhole so l long used JSllza--on a voyage from. Ifoaton to errant veiling, butter thost faithful few and even thny : our inward sense of our Tightness

Castlne; thenre to some port In the making): has ia] a serious ont with lOre tr'-rabllng, fearful and ready to with .God our consciousness of true ITISTOUNDONtrOM

West and the farmer. flee v et He utters these utraticely purpose and true heart. '
Indies In
return 1802. The
schooner was In? command of one He has come to reMJxe fully that rontrnHlctorv words, !'I'am the Naste" It means the estimate of things bya PURE WHITE LEAD
of the world" view from above. It means that

Mothlaa RIder, Jr., master, and wag the slightest' taint or hint af staleness We ileA here also th<* moral *rr....- Heaven Is not a place to go to, but a

manned' by a crew of first and second Jo-ft In a can, tin or churn roar ruin deur of Jesus, tbn translation of Tflsrprnonalltv condition to attain. It means that a

mates cook ship's, boy and threeseajnen a-whole output; that the taint I-bjch. / ; and His Inner life' Into man. within himself, may be like one

which In these days would 1* left 1 Is in the form of bacterl forms of irofai power. AjK'Hn was enfolded in the comfort of his home .
be considered sufficient ,the great He while the- storm rages outside. The
for a1 largo which grow In milk thinker: no was then
find multiply o
: ultimate victory of human life Is this .
>ble liver of the
three master. The pay list Is of Interest > race As He rainthe'pusterv *
butter producing disastrous results. triumph of the Inward spirit over the WMET4 TO HEM MFlfUI. I1OIBEII -
as compared with tlic present of lofty minds so He Is V II< ) AKTK UK %Whol i>r "...,. ..m..
The farmer has learned that hot tha soVHrelirn" nr nil noble lives. outward life. Oood profit. .......1.. iNmui for Mmn!. ami torim.
day, as Uy this i aperthe master received water won't rinse away the greasy His sphwirtld lit,. In now eent-.rjng| I am trying to give'to men a. vital 1110IIRUST: .. tie Groom *'." rookljn/ N. Y. _
$25 a month, the two mates meaning for the cross.Look:: at tne
I residue In dairy utenslU 1n the rrOIl" wArd which It has b"pn ,Electric cars In i.ancaeier'a.. are
S22 and $17 the
respectively, and Master this morningfresh from Geth- -
leading: From' )hA boiclnrtlne: HP has
seamen )12 a month, while the boy He has learned that soap leaves a I Keen the end. Bi'felnd Him Is a lone: semane. facing that cross, with not used for moving \mi _

received $4.50. The back of the residue of Its own which Is, if any- trail of moral strenujb From Him one brave soul to stand by Him to the lrk.O'aplldlne Curra "'om..n'.

articles shows a copy of the lawlI.ror. \hlng, none than the milk or cream !goes, tho Impression ta sovereign end. Hear again the calm, majestic Montnly Pains, Umokfche, NrrvousneM.

the government of seamen i In yie residue and it Is little wonder that .personality He IB the Supreme example utterance" "I have conquered the and Headitch Its Liquid Effects imniodlalojy -
of nome lvln| for the world. Imagine yourself there with Prescribed br ('hy..c..n. with bt;at
merchant ser\k-e! signed by George f: man-
there has been a constant clamor fora hood of ou" day. with its sltein.ti fbe disciples, facing' their life, and ....ult... lOc. 2c.. and SOc. at drug itore
:
Washington, President John Adams
-
-
; ; dairy cleanser and sweetener tba hear Him as Me says to you, "You - -- --
Vlce-Prf>sldf'nt. and Thomas .Jefferson bravery and cowardice, with Its nbbjv'resolve I New York's new postoffice cost
may suffer and yet dwell upon pubJlme -
will meet modern requirements.A and weak compliance Jsi -
Secretary of State few of the largest cream&ry establishments becomes first. the shamor and then heights" "The storm of ruin 13.000,000 _____,' yTo
the inspirer of human living. m-av come and yet there need never Drive Out Malaria aud liuild C|
A Beautiful Memorial. have calleJ experts; Into I Having be any truce of the spirit" It was
In some measure anprehended -I the "System'
All people are familiar with the consultation on this problem and have the solondid mind of the Master just What He had been saying all
Take th"e Old Ktuidtrd UROWS" TirrBUIM .
story of Sir George Williams the with this scientific aid hit upon a and gathered something: of the I, along Jto them. "I ;wIll give you rest. {;HILL Tome You know what yon

I Englishman who founded the Wouns product of naturd which exactly nils moral grandeur of His life,-we seek He lookedNiut on the city of HU are u.killg. The formula U plainly printed

Men's ChrJBtlan) / Association; whose the bill-borax. to discover the hidden secret of His day; He Maw rfi- n as we see them today on every bottle, showing U U amply Qu..

1 tor fastening all manner of garments: work spread to very land, and who outward splendor Let us try to look: racing eachxpther for wealth nine ADd Iron in a Uwtolww form, and Ui.
Scientists nave long known boraxas Into His looking upon each other with mutual meet effectual ann. For grown opovlt
soul
mace and'dlscover
the
substitutes have .
taken the form In recognition of his service' to humanity meanIng -
He was sing to them, and children. One
suspicion
of hooks a cleanser, a sweetener and an of this matestlc. brave, !ltronll!'. .
and
of all -- -
; andsites ---
eyes shapes ----
was knighted by his sovereign "Lo not be 'like the fra craft, like :
destroyer of bacteria and Impfilllngly attractive manhood. No Satisfaction.The .
and similar patented clasps. An antiseptic the little sUaia yacht; bKHke the
':$ .entirely new idea 1n this line that England! has several memorials and germ growths. Destroys all-that .s Look again under at our text. recall the situation great ocean" ateamer with bee iron editor: "Eh, what's' irons', "
which
:. should prove successful Is showuhere. now the United States' Im. which theY harmful and promotes. and preserve remember that He 1*It facing was a uttered cross, bull as she moves on her way Ith The correspondent' : r'ln 'ia': let.

This clasp consists of a clasp M. C. A. movement has reached -itsgreatest'thagnitude freshness, sweetness and purity, relieving listen to His words "Peace I leave her ponderous throbs; do not let tor of mine that you printed' this' -

; comprising a stud an
yelet. Both are formed of hard rubber mempratlve piece pf sculpture worthyof of drudgery and of noedless! "I have conquered the world." ocean He, but ride through her billows.He bids' ptiqitted to appenr. Look at this.!
bidding men as
1 and attached to shanks, which the man whose bust It will bear.It work and Another strange thing is the contradictoriness was 'to'.eck and I wrbtg 'Nobody has viy desire torugged
worry. you men to-day possess
; I are fastened to the garment. The 1 I. the work of Mr. George Frannp- of the Master. For the great ultimate realities of life. I impeioh'Qe duality of MrSklmmerhoHO .
Its cheapness and value should
atud is hollow and shaped similar ton, a member of the Royal Academy gleIt upon another occasion dtd He not He was saying "Forget to watch.your hohpsty' and you
first place in the necessities of say Think not _that.-1 to
.am
-.--- to the ordinary collar button. The I come little engines and look'out upon the turn 'honf'st. )<.. Into 'hoi lo,y,' Look
.. every dairy. end peace on tire earth; I came not .
i- eyelet i* slightly smaller than I. the > .
the and Into sky.
to send but ocean up at lt'"s! -S..
sword?
I The cow' udder I* kept In a clean peace, a
widest portion of the stud to Insure a I How are we to explain the paradoxof Do not guard your business your The editor "1 !"Vv -lJ. And that's
firm bold. Blng of rubber the healthy and smooth condition by paltry pleasures and little Interests .
-
eyelet I these two contradictory texts more I see nothing wrJ>nc about It
washing it with borax and water a while to think about the
4tL you forget
naturally will'
expand sufficientlyto Shall we avail ourselves of the libertyof else "'
I -JL _ tablespoonful of borax to two quart. deep things of lit.- Try this morning Anything' .
criticism
slip! aver the stud. The latter being and Bay that one appear
"Ye b.re's..alllo'lIf'r. ThIs' tk4hat
of water. to catch His spirit as did the great .
In the
hollow and also of Synoptic Gospel and is historical
rubber will
Apostle Paul who learned how to I w.rotei.Ir.: ) Sktmqiorhorn'fexperience r'e,
contract, making the of I This prevent roughness and soreness while the other appear in the .
operation or cracking teat, which make Fourth Oospel and U unhistoricalTShall abound and also how to be abased, to and his res.p ct for faonor '.
-, slipping on tie"eyelet an eaay matter. rejoice in adversity and to let all the '
must not be forgotten' And. .
milking time a dread oT: the cow and we decided ,that one of themIs you
When. the ,
eyelet and. stud
thusclasped their lesson
,are ? experiences ot life give
an interpolation? Thl I I. alto- speak: here of hi" 'trl experience'anti
a worry to the milker.
considerable Do not long for
force Is and their strength.
requiredto gether too and "' :
easy ready amethod., his 'respect for, Hornet. '- 'f\
.
'
unfasten' them. The modern cleanser of-all dairy some soft plna-laden balmy southernair .' _
-Washington Star. Let wait and '
u* see if we not "
utenslli consist .of-one tablespoon bring them Into harmony. 'may ,' but be made stronger by the I. "Yesthat's so. .And? tbey'rebnthhighly

4. ;. Indian j tnt of borax to ."ery' quart of water First of all let UII look at the second bleak wind of the rock-bound coast. commendable virtues. Oood 0'
Engineer. Get bold ot something that i* be- sir" Plainer Dea"
needed. Remember tablespoonfiri. text and see how true it Is. He morning, -Clewland

A 'descendant of Tama's band of ,. equal four teaspoonfals. sent those disciple forth Into the yond the reach of men, some joy ____ _ _ ,

Musquakle Indian is now the en- Be sure that you get pure borax. world. Did not they find the sword 7 which no man taketh from you. Be Plg" That Point.

f glneer of a fast passenger train on the II 'FZ''ti To be cure, 'ou'mult get "20 Hule- Their story I* a continuous one of le the rock unmoved by the surgingof
Burlington road. He the waters When stricken down, American shooting tuen are much -
Is hero on the Team Borax." persecution imprisonment, death. If
ante ground where his ancestor. there was the one thing they did not rise again mightier than before. Such exer l is-d over a story that a sport
All dealer A book la col-
dainty 1* tbe voice of these great gospels.MY ]
: lived for find it was peace. Peter and John farmer named KnUtel, who lives
many generations. lie ing
"
,t. /' ore, caUed"Jln..le Book, sent free to at dear men land women), the
crosses the Mine rivers the I IL began Jerusalem. They were toll n4ar Hroun&burg, St. Louis has sue- ;$
,
surveys any Mother ending name and address that they. must not peak or teach in peace of Jesus Christ does not come
Mm landscape, observe* the same of her baby, and top from two the name of Jesus. They went out, through some mythical contemplation ceeded in teaching a pig to point game: .;7.

C phenomena of wind (emp jrature: ? I pound cartons of "20 Mule Team p'rayed for courage and went to nor through some vague experience and shoots over It. j[
:
-s: storms, etc I that were familiar to Package Borax with Be. in stamps. preaching again for It they were It comes by our sharing of the Our American friends have eylda tIT --.J

hU' ancestor. of centuries ago. He r-fLL.j9 Address Pacific Coast Borax Co.. beaten with stripes. They received I spirit of the Master, by the earnest forgotten the famous -"pig: points-;

wear' more clot he.,loan they wore I : ?;.w.York- hetr hundredfold 'reward. "wrth- per- following qf.duty the, the"bold noble facing ofresponsibility er" which was trained Jo stand winged -. ..

,. ,.at.:.. he,ipeak a different language, .. secutions." I confrontingof game and rabbits, 'by the brother '
Sir Oeprgu Williams' Memorial. FOSSIL. CAMEL BONES. difficulties, the patient bearing of .
; and he What mockery are Jesus' word to
Isaetf civilization Instead In the New '
Toomer royal keepers .
calumny the quiet endurance of persecution ,
Him! eace I leave with .
s;;...,l of barbarl.m., few if any of tire pallo ofEngland. Above the bUilt Is the Wild. Horse* Remains; Also Unearthedon How fortunate.If the Fourth Gospel you. the brave carrying of sorrow (Forest, This "pig ,pointer" was a

trr' \ MIIee,. who ride behind hint know coat of ,arm of Sir Cteorge and on I, Chesapeake Bay. were written very late and I I. unreliable and the prayerful sanctifying of !black sow whose Intelligence and
: that-a Taina Indian sits In the cab of each side of the our joys. Getbaemane and Calvaryare training -
-4. name-tablet are two fossil remain Does It not make our Lord xoso responded to a fortnight's
,';:;.. 7"th. engine as it_cp !ed. over the supporting gure.. The quotation I The dlicovery animals of the before guilty,of false prophecy the price of this spirit. Rest cannIy I .-BaHly's Magaxlne (, ..
of never
prairie*.-The. Burlington' below I. taken of a number The follow labor. The overcoming ir*
Post from one of his last story goes on through succeeding -
I, public utterances.- -Chrlstlau: Herald. opposed to save existed.' Jn the eastern age*. The successor of these of outward things is the condition' of I AFRAID TO EAT

: I .States 1* the result of the workof dliclple live and die Itoman catacomb inward peace. Girl Starving on Ill-Selected Food.

,,' HI" Rye: Opened. _, __..-i.-, World'. Silk Industry exploration conducted along Chesapeake and cave They are hunted, You men here you young men

"Why I I. he getting a divorce?" |' The ancient city,of Lyons, the third I Bay *r I>*. F. W. True and William hungered, despised, persecuted, suffering here religion is not simply somethingfor Several years ago. I was actually .'
: "On the ground of misrepresenta .In-' unto death. How it must bave women, or for you when you are '
in of the Smithsonian
city France with a population of Palmer, sick or dying. In those closing daysof starving write a Me. girl, "yet ,'.
tion. She say that before they-were 600,000. vies with Milan In stitution. mocked" them: "Peace I leave with Jesus they left Ihls noble man to dared not eat for tear: of the consquencea. .. ,
t
-t:t ,married he claimed to bit well off!"' Im-j you. Jesus bequest wa broken or <
portance In the world'* silk "While we have not a. yet com be admired and worshiped by a few .
at least this codicil revoked. .4' S
""And, what doe he say?" No fewer than fOOOO'men. women pared the specimens obtained, we are But even all this is less perplexingthan faithful women. So yon men have "I had suffered from Indigestion ".... &\

"'He says he was, but didn't. know, and children are employed in the looking forward to some noteworthyadditions the utterance coming from the done: but now I ask you. do it from overwork. Irregular meal a ad ;

1' It... -Llpplncott's. factories. to our knowledge of the prehistoric lips of the man who spoke It. Was humbly,- do it modestly, do It knowing improper food until at last My .
t;.) .. the United State" It mistaken prophecy of .Jesus that you are not worthy to unloose stomach became
animals of a Because so weak r could eat
I the' latchet of Hi shoes but be His
,
-: SHE' liii! JNSIDE INFORMATICS. said Mr. Palmer. "We found the His own life was so calm and disciples' admire His character do scarcely any food without great dls-\ 'i.

."..lseMlI. I... -_ --- -. - remain of a creature of which no. peaceful did. He suppose that Hisdisciples' thing "for the lake," give Him a tress. .
... has to knowledge,.heretofore - would be also.T Lopk fora affection. "Many kind of food trIed
,J specimen my. moment at the life of the man from great, manly: were ,I",,..
been found la Amejlca, although whose Up these words come., Follow I all with the same discouraging ef.: "

it belong to a group well Him, In His weariness In HI rejection I Objects For Prayer.A I feet I steadily lost health,, an ',)

;t; known and still existing In Europe. in His disputes with carpIngCJ'lUc. man who stood out among men strength until I was but a wreck->f !

found.maj.be I I as1be..embolmaenL..cf__all thatJs,Lmy-former.self ___-.i:
''Some of tha bone . ; : ,.-=- ..;;:.-misunderstanding --- ,
- horse once and quarreling disciples Not a rcTSan nobTe genehUmeard: : olla t ',',
long to a species_ of wild place etreDcwa1lH.I&rWhltUetheBtbl..J i ; --giea_ r_ Gr-* Aj i.a nflMrlts **-
M2 -talaytileheadCo'wftb'HlnlOn: "tb -- ) great merit I ? ..
tils ,
cbmmoiTIn! region."Tlii"JeTlOl1l1'- Written purchased a pacK
teAcher and evangelist. on 1
L. _ / mountainside at night. Witness Him I
4' approximatethe 'age, but with that it would -
of this creature closely tl1ftIeaf of his Bible were these ltttlejiope .
In the Garden where
He sweat, a* It
modern zebra. Other &pne have were, great drop Qf bl od. Behold objecta of daily prayer for himself. help me-I wasi discouraged

: been supposed to be thoe of a pre- Him on Calvary\ between thieves. This may tell the secret- of his noble "I found U t-onlJ'appetUll1c; but
'-
of fossil character. - - that I couideat it as I liked .
__ .1 'hlstorlc camel. Rarmaln : Watch HImcrowned with thorns, and that
I horse of camel have never been buffeted spat upon mocked in dis 1 To be kept from carnality and It satisfied the craving for food'wth-' ,

found in this region. though several dain. What a contrast and contra- lust of the flesh. out causing distress and If I may use. I

'\ I species of both are known to' have diction are Hla word: Peace I To be delivered' from. a man-fear- the expression, 'It filled the bill.' ,,;'.
.
j.:, /f been once common In section of'' leave with you; My peace I gjva: unto ing spirit.To be delivered from vanity'and 1 "For month Grape-Nuts wa ray '"-
'
_ you. Evidently we must accept the article of "10"
D.. C.) principal diet. I felt
Amerlca.-Waablncton ( from
: .__. North I prophecy of our second textx and deny conceit. .
.1 correspondence the New York truth of the first To be mad pure in Imagination. the very first that I had found Uw .. \
the \ '
1 ; : World." _,, Before doing so let u* go back: and and thought. .... right way to health and applnjss, r"
To ha re a deeper conviction of sin and my anticipations '
were
fully
look at those disciples again and behold I
__ of
J. A Carlyle Wedding.Cralgenputtock
lord Christ
To love the Jesus
real ed' -
: another \ ,
aspect of their Ufe. I .
I Where Carlyle' Peter I* there It Is true,. In prison. more devotedJY-Paclll.o, Baptist. With its continued use I regainedmy .

"Sartor Resartui" wa* written. hal But we read about the presence \f I usual health aid strength Today ' .

: Just teen the scene of a notable wed an angel of the Lord and of a light ln\ ,ust.slning! I am well and can eat anything' '.

ding., The bride was Mary Carlyle the midst of Ute darkness. Think of A. man.coESclou: *,of-ehthuslasm_for I like, yet Orape-NiHs-food forms'

of Cralcentmttock., a* grandniece otThoinaCarlyle. some of those little gathering in theupper worthy alms II the sustained under of petty part of my bill of fare." "Ther.','..
hostilities by memory great
rooms ,with the breaking of
.. 1 and the bridegroom bread and prayer*. Look at Paul workers who had, "to fight their way, Reason." ...

:f'llFair i James Carlyle a farmer, of Plugle, with his visions all fall of ,.beaut,.. not without wounds, and who hoverin Name given by Postum Co....Battle... ";j,
Dumfriesshire, IOn of Thomas' his mind a* patron saints invisiblyhelping. Creek, Mich. Read ."Thi. '
Cu.tD01er-"la thl color fast and really jeavlnvt" a Read his epistle vibrant with joyandbopeand Ro.f!"toWellvllle. 3!1
Carlyle' favorite nephew, Plngle J* .-George Eliot. ," In .*" .
faith.\. On the linking pkga. / j
Gallant Shop A.slatamit-"A. genuine a. the roses on cheek .
& ** your about four mile from Ecclefechan hip, he isthe one buoyant spirit of .Ever read the above letter? '4ew ,I
m .m. ,
", Cartyle'.birthplace. and this: :v.UUxe them all. He,goes Into the midnight The Right I* n..l taDce. one from
time .
Fair Cu.tomn.r-"Wa-.r-.how appears to tlme %btr'ce.tdDeo' ;
- -- -ae"something' jli4idoa!: .; I 1* the original of the Entnphl or."SJot. .... prison again-whore he-sit thrust into To insist on right' i.*-. alwavji to re- uee trnr, and.full of boiaaBlaterest. ; ,,.

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MARBLE .STATEGiEANING3.Tie I l = doTernor Macooa las been made -a-
STRATA OF
HELPFULADVICE honoraryvr. *14.,".,.c-thar-ftreTnBft THE SAMSON OF COFFEES' ;
obstacle
; last has been' removed wins Cuba; .

jFound--Near: !r.9I9Yi....:path. .. ......prometevs-ot .
. -IIe"
.. Will
Tampa.Developed -
the state fair at DeFunlak Springs .DEEP CRACKS FROM ECZEMA.* Double the Strength of It. Delicacy of FUvbr
t
m" Immediately. and it will be held October 18 to 31. ,

Inclusive.the It baa beeb decided- that Coul4 'Ij y Slat oPencll In One. .(he'\ordinary kind.!-.? and its.Smooifme** of ,
premiums will 'be the same as Uands In Dreadful State -IJlsrasc .

EXTENDS OVER 20 ACHES lat year except that some additions I Defied Treatment 7 Xrars( foes twice:as far send Taste neversubor
l will be made to the poultry classes; -Cared by Cutlcura.i are -
Orlando uses printer's .Ink of- tinequality thus i. MONEY
eteal..rs "I hed.scsefa bands for abo.t aJrcat
1 < on'my- its
to tell the world of her at .1. dinafedjo Strength :
ar"'lla of CI... end and- that -time !. had
.Grain: .Compares< tractions' This year 4000.: will "be! seven yesrs" ,--during. SAVER. -, i
"' r.versblyWlth: th. Fin..t Grad*-_ Ipent'1nrvar1ouskindsofadverttainr;. used -several so-called"' ..mediaL togeth.r"witb .. ...
'" "" ,
--< '
I M::rbl.: Alroady 60.000? Illustrated pamphlet phyeiciant'and. drul; lta lI acdpthen. '
.C.or.1a
N .. The diseeee was so bad' on my THE'-AEILY.TAYt1JR.
haw been ordered and others will follow CO., .r'
bands thaf J.tould lay a .slate-pencil 011.. 5cts' I-Ib
,} ,Tampa, Fla* Tampa and vicinity of the cracks and a rule placed across the .'. aOLD. nr.arwnaro: ..w 1L RS. LA/v :. ,
always in the. In progressive em At a meeting of the< board of tradeof band would not touch-;the pencil l,. kept ,"' - ..

'- .-t.orprllHl-and Important developments.. Punta _aorda.arranK n>ents..were' using remedy after remedy; and' while. some When the other fellow offers to comprOmlseTlt Cold cash- warms a marble ''heart ii
tr':. bu, 'been, within the Nast few days, made for unrxianstruetlon ot"a-doek; '.."partial relief,-none reti..ed-.mllcb -inean.--that-youbave-:the ttiet'the' ef[ e ...I.--onIT"'temporarr. "
1 placed again In the' forefront by the' with the view of opening up the mar as did the first; box, ,fl.'uticura Ointment.I best of it.KEEP
kets of New Orleans and i
Tampa. 'D-
dlltcollery of another natllr reaource. mad. a purcbasavot' Cuticura 'Soap and CURED
_, t-s-- witch rOm1Sermuc1rfor1be' tiding bile. .JJoca: !.., Grande .aD.er Punta" !. Gor- Ointment and. ray hattde. weir. perfectly TOOK SKX1T DIU.L'I'ar. eivQylok.
t. interests of this, section On aXract : da by water... :curd-after'iro'boxes ot-CuUcur.'Om -"' TuTTsantsrias wonders for saffer- DrO''SY' .

: fully. five 'acrjas In extent alid"poss Lectures oq w.tat crops to cultivate many and one joke of Kot|> were used. \V. era from eczema,tetter, ground Itch eryi n H.IUf.Itemovri .

,4, extending over a tract ,of twenty are to be delivered -Esrambla ,counfyspn -, U. Dean, Ken-ark, J;>e1., Mar. 28t'1907.* : 'a\pelulnfant sore bead_.ehaps.. In;chafes) and, alTeweniaejIsi S las* '
skin dls aggnvnt.d -
other forms of *
October and Professor mlle west of Sulphur 1 6, 7 8 by 1 : |
acresabout a
1I cases of eoren.a Its cure have boon marvelous In 6e d.... TrUltreetmeats
y' -/Springs and about six miles!.from Tam- P.Mv.Rolfe of .the Florida state unlverslty I The average man .can get used' to and thousand*.of peoplo.slng Its 1 pa. strata of fine marble have been I Ij .who has been Invited to come You Vont doctor anything:, even to making. a fool of ralaea. 600. at druggists or by mall from .i\l\ wrlie Or.H.ll.Oreen'*Seas,
ti found to be Immediately developedby to Pensa Xa by' the chamber! of com the whole story toll about your family your private. Himself. I. T. Hypriama.<.. Dept a. Savannah, Osw .."' Snedel'its. Sea ,.U...... .>.
be merce. 'ngements have been -
claim to
able Its to owners quarry and enough they fine marblo' to made for him ta apeak at -eight' points illness you are too modest. You 'AVOID RISK IN BUYING PAINT: .. One ounce of -eggs will produce; ) .'30.. 'THEJ.R.WATKINSMED.CO.WINONA.

provide all 'the atone necessary for In. the county, concluding. his Campaign need not t>e afraid to tell )Jrs: Pink< 000. silk worms. .

the construction or trimming of pub- '- In this city hv an address, on ham; at Lynn, ,Mo.ss.the\ things you .. You; take a good deal of Hsk If yoiu ONE KIDNEY ..".. TT Ytia's....MINNESOTA A........ _..". ,
'.1 "lie and private dlflcesIn Florida for shade tobacco at,the dart house. The could not explain to tue doctor. Your buy white lead without having absolute -. GONE _._,n... Yavertag Eetr.su all _... ,
;. years to come. growing tit tobacco Is no }emandln letter will be held in the strictest con assurance as to Its purity'andquality. : Tend1 ...._....._.. Ii.. _n. BMU

I -..The owners of the property on much attonfion In that section, especially fidence. From her Vast correspondence You know white lead Is.often Hot, Cured After Doctors Said' There. CANVASSERS WANTED IN EVERY COUNT bl

the has been made. In what Is known as tll Per with sick the often ... ...._.. ... .. .
. which discovery women during: adulterated misrepresented. Was No Hope.SylvanbiiiO. > eMvKas>* $. e>(Hii(>>s
a A. have for the past few weeks been rod- dido ttountry, and It la the desiretohat post thirty, yeara she. have pat there's no need at all to take BEST PROPOSITION E ii Ol '"lS AGENTS
*.f more planlersenga ", In .uc may Verrill. MILt Jr lie. -
< ,
ding and digging pits on the tract and /{ -gained the very knowledge that will any chances; The "Dutch Boy Paint "
.. have completed their experiment) work. as It has so" far proven very "satisfactory. E&iR.your case: Such letters as the following er" trade mark of the National Lead ays.: "Five year ago a bad Injury

testlJ1g''wltb much gratification over from Company the largest.makers of genuine paralyzed me ajad Dr. Salve
the result of their work. Specimensof : The size of the torn crop around grateful women, establish white lead, on a package of affected -my tld- 6rlgg's-Family ,

f the atone found have been submitted Hastings Is shown -by the fact, that It Derond a doubt the poerof: White Lead Is a positive guaranteeof neys My back

: to- II, }oJ. Rose the state chemist, Is being shipped oft"by the carload. ,,QIWKHAM'SVEGETABLECOMPOUND. purity and quality. It'a as depend hurt, me terribly, For Ecaeraa, Tetter Itch, v'
Y' and he after careful analysis, pro- The United 'States l land office gives LYDIA .- able as the Dollar Sign. It yotTll and the urine was Handa. Ptt..f t'
'. fine grade of Dale write the National Lead Company, Soroe and all
nounced them a i notice that oh October 19 a tract of ..
badly disordered.
t. mite marble and other experts who land In the southern end of Manatee Woodbrldge Bldg., New York City DUMsa-

'. have examined them say they are of county will|) be open tot settlement. to conquer all femkJe diseases.' they' will send you ji.simple and certain Doctors said my .C"ioppecl: ..Ii_.. Jeekees, 9y'

finer grad than the well known Stone From, the description tt seems to be Mrs Norman K. Barndr>; of Allen.* outfit for testing white lead and right kidney was .......eedoee..I. aN....{tear,. tN '

n 'It ;" Mountain product near Atlanta. Qa. ', less than a quarter section In extent,, town, Pa., writes 5 a valuable book on paint. free. practically dead. I see fnc. a. a' 4H x
.
t The marble found Is of close grain I II' but Is said to be valuable for general Ever Islnee) I was sixteen years* The people 'who mot They said I could eaareas. 1'.... V.10. .1. .....
part of the large strata being of a II farming purposes.Gainesville worry about never walk agaln.I ...saa.e .1..10.. :
age I haxn suffered from an.organic derangetneWt -urglars
are generally; those who hive
I' beautiful mottled 'Wblte and others a read of Doan'i Kidney Pills and
now has theater and
I a near female weakness; inconsequence ndtbjng worth stealing. -
light and dark blue with lighter ly completed which Is claimed to be I had. dreadful headachesand began using them. One box made me l Gainesville' Medicine Cc. '

_-.:- 4.-- shades of blue running through them. tho largest and handsomest In the interior was extremely nervous. :My physician I John -VIOke".s old re fable eye water stronger and freer from pain. 'I kepton .

'f Pieces taken from the pits have beent of Florida. It will be.opened said I must go through an operation ,I mires acre ey H or granulated lids. Don't using them and -three months .
stone' and GAIN CXVILITake : na
.. dressed by local cutters October 13.Florida's. to get well. A friend told me hurt feels goou>get the genuine la red box.Don't was able to 'get out on crutches and .

t, . re 'found to be capable of the smoothest exhibit at the Michigan bout Lydia E. Pinknam's Vegetable 'I the kidney were acting better: I Improved the Place of Calomel ,
and most beautiful polish. Preparations state fair drew the first prize In the Compound, and I took it and wrote>ou cross you*, bridge till you rapidly discarded the crutchesand '

1- are being made to at once de- !interstate horticultural exhibit, tlie for advice, following your directions .' come to It. and may 8."you will find I t'o. the wonder of my friends was ..h..11 Onrtlp.tln... hMr.* used.Dan t..t.-_.....s.. Seer. _f.eadls.aoL" n j
velop the quarries by erecting machinery and thanks to I to- J1L-Isn't there. reu.l u.t4 81-.1 1K.... .... A -
carefully am j \x
and sheds for the proper' mining other day. It was In charge of Mrs.' you soon completely cured." _". ........'.-...... a.amkt4e. T_.i
t Florence P. (Haden of Cocpanut Grove dRY a well woman and I am telling i J...*.1'111.11'.1.' ...-... _..*. They ewtliM
.' of the rock. all friends of ." ANTIDOTE FOR SKIN UlSrSASIS.That's Sold by all dealers. 60 cents a box. lb. : I b d...- IS.
; and' my my experience.FACTS : : : .=:.r-:
l wall collected by her and Mr. J. ho..la.nerth.n I Lb. .
what TsTTKBijrsIs: : and It Ifl tad..Se.-
r : ; r. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo N. Y. ....ad Old. 1TIle.. do aM I.__.....
,
C. ilalle of Miami. The new* has It Is an absolute oure for eczema test
: FOR A DOUBLE MURUEfi. I FOR SICK WOMEN.For I.soh.i.t.-Mnk 0. d& ITt..m pate IreearoerdeelerorllreMtroal
f given mucb to the horticulturists 1 -
pleasure ringworm and all other itching Quinine Is sold by public sale In
Women; Were Murdered at of Dade counts'. thirty pears Lydia E. Pinkham's cutaneous dl R&8.... la aggravated oases avla. Java. J. M. YOU G. JR.. WAVCROSS QA.SavedcurBaby.
t Two Aged Vegetable made of these afflictions Ita cures iiavo been phe- t.
Some strange fish are coming Into Compound,
Marietta nomonal. It Rives Instant relief and elfeetaperm.DeDt IIIcfcaT Capudlne
Florida waters lately from alae\ from roots and herbs, has been the I Cures Headache
At Marietta. eurns. fiOo. at drufnrliits or by Whether
Jacksonville Fla. -from Cold heat
; from Jacksonville Mm.Smabeth counts. A fish, locally known all i standard remedy for female ills, i mall from J. T. BacrraiKB, Dept. A, 8avannah. Mental Straihv. No AcetaniM Stomach 01 '
l miles *
-Beven: :Norman, 89 years old and "chovles." It is reported has appeared and has positively cured thousands of I, Oa.THE. I drugs. It.. LiVid. Effects or immediately.dangerous MOTHERS That. I. the who testimony have need ol"Dr.thousands el

;t. herlajishtejvlSn>UV 68" .years old at Daytona where there l 1M con"siderable I women who have been troubled with MODERN I0o.. lice, and MQa drug stores ." -It I. a >>araaieed remedr Thornton'sENyTesthsr. for

were- brutally murdered by Home unknown fun catching thai ppectes displacement,inflammation ulcera- POLONIUS. Gray balr.need "5> honored only Teetblnc, Summer Diarrhoea. Flux, 10."...-
with hook and line as they are good tion I j "My boy never write love lettersj.T -- udn.eA+iFStoAaokaadSou.' IINFANTS.
after coromltlng
who flbrolitJ.nmoJ'R
Ii party, irregularities, when they adorn hone heady:. troablNwt.a"
In the ftgh terM that "But- It'ls alsoth* bur thing J'OG ...
I the crime took every cent periodic pains, backache, bear I /l
: A report fit>m Apaliicblcola "If you must send something let XO tln'1'lt'' ,g"ICaT Hire. your' baby far a O'iLD. It wUl ears a oold
to about $8. stat"1fa(
house amounting ing-down feeling flatulency
.. . The family was very poor the old that about $6,000 has boon tiub"crll.Jedl" '""> ,indigesHiyTinfrsH.nrnervnusprostration.-. I|I It be a post-card depleting the stock- AGE'NTS I ItXTIN4HJIs aFIRE 'hR; la three will days earrr or Tonr lees. babr If :you thr want nth somethingthat the mael117Ins .<"i

)="0 .r.:( woman and her two daughters!; living"" I to the expense fund of-the Gulf-Coast- yards or sonpethlng; equally doncom ..rtlo. -OH>r Yxclu/dveTe: - ;period la its lite,aead M(*.ats to.s and -
alone their only Income being!: a government -( Inland Waterway Convention which BLACK TO BUACK. mlttal." Kanum ritv Joiirnol. TtIK tory ALCATRAZ; s 7 toSS"O KICHMOIsb.VA.Per Month w. will en4 yea a box by r."rora, ..." For1eale cc

pension of $H a month, and |, meets In ColuII1 ulI. Ua.! November 9- Mother-Whar yo' goln', chile? I m br all druggifte and country merehaste. . .

what thuy could raise on the smaijtarn. ]| ](>. It Is estimated that J1OHO more Daughter-Ah's goln' nex" 'do' t' play American) Cotton and Business University Mo>ivM. "I'Y:.!'.

I Will ba required to defray the t_ on' Mrs. Jackson's piano. I' .' Casy-Tvxither Medicine Co..,HartweU Ca. ,;-: I- '.

'. The third daughter. Elizabeth was penned of the ('Ollvenl Iou. A large-at-' Mother-Wash yo' dirty hand' fo' i Write to-diXlor fr.BOOKLEl'"Tb.B Uy> -" __..:..
absent from home when the crime I tendance IH a fdpnled.I yo' go deD.DaughUrAh. and School Telegraphy Consolidated and"How to Car* For J'." ,

": was committed. The old \omanVi | Tbere is quite an activity In Florl- ain't goln' t' play on I ,

body wan found In the front lard, and ,ida towns and counties iu the line of '-- I MIL L E D .& EVILLE GA. 1
the daughter's body In the kitchen t bonding for public I improvements. Beware of Ointment For C.tArrb'That ,
l' in the heat with '! Those which foil ffyi"l'ON: eu.raptp t* enuplst.any AB* with amt.r.l>fat !I.M den lu.ta .tiuMifr.
,
chopped to
", both being rroaxe a sinking Coatala Mercury, fur. htiie hfdMtid Mll,! eotton. sad be at>|.so e..aotb.m..n.. tm =, dam-el.M'. 17
.
loW an ax. Walter Ledbettcr a tramu. fund for the bonds the.v have already a. mercury will surely destroy the sena of cotton mark.( W. alto All IM.,h hum to urmrii Onrr.ipoid..Me io0a. a U.L.IOSI' .,.
,
',7 was arrested In Jacksonville and confessed f Issued generally find U 'difficult to smell and completely\:
_; to committing the. crime. I llcjiU now 1 issues.The > . tem when ntenngit through tb. mucous ': U1'! Telein-nphy and ''
I .. flritt of this surface Such article should never be used i ........ : yeLIleRall .lr.. h.a.apelpr; ':d.ehplbfhe .
year's
CEUBRAFElNMVERSARY. cargo crop except oo nreacriptions from reputable KIIOUM. reuowible. Write tor u..I..u.. uut _.. ooaraeINVIGORATES d..l.b.All ,f fl
TO of cotton to leave Feintac-ola was ship .Ieaos. aa the damage they will do u wn fold I< '
ped out on \he- steamer August Belmont to the good you,can powiMy.derive from
Citizens: tend Confederate Organizations ?, owned b / the Louisville and them. Hall's: Catarrh: Cur, manufaotnrad I '
of Marfanna flem.mber'Battle, Jallhvl:1e.! The cotton\ w shipped\ by F. J. chine ft <.::0., Toledo U.. contains I THE- SYSTEM tkr v
Marlanna. Fla. -The Children of the no mercury, and is taken internally, acting I
and
to Llremen of about nix
consisted! B
.-t Confederacy, United Daughters of the : directly upon th. blood and mucous surfaces NU' ,And makes life worth Bviog.j. .
thousand bales I
moat of'which
square of thesystem.'In bU .
,.. .,+ nfederacy will and other south.ern.the annl-or.baUon. had beon' stored in the wafehquse be sage you get the genuine DIU.II' it Catarrh i* taken Car in. -. .,-:r EA Corrects your liver troubles., ,'
't' celebrate there. The Spanish steamer Gractain ternally and made in Toledo Ohio by Y.i I' R elieve that tirwl feeling. I
rversry of the battle of Marlanna In also" uj take a cargo of the fleecy J.' Cheney & Co.: ;: Testimonials free. TRY A BOTTLE .
,1. this-clW on the 28lh. The battle occurred | staple from Pensacola In a short time. Bold b, K"1**"'.; PHfV,780- botU. i *it your dealer/ for M ,+.

rz on 'e ,!I'mber 27 1864 but the: Cotton exportcrrs" claim that more cot J'ake ttall's Family for eonatipation. .

q; date falls 0 Sunday this year, and I ton will be shipped from Pensacola NAVAL, ORDER. rrt f t 1.-.II.Lao1'-l..h1t1I.crr.T.r.. '

J ':? the annlvemarywlll be celebrated the this season than ever before In the Brown-Ah! they've Just dropped earn I itjiujirapiiy I to.: ::.r'r.sad./ .avee ,: -c::.:of, Lll.af ep.n. W. f.SM.OO nrarlaa and makes SLOG *nd ea4la saersnon's
has Il.1.-1/.5; sh
,.
11.1 Invitation 0..1. os than aeiTother
after. A ll .rbm
( day get theX onfetlerate veterans history of the port and la It expected the anchor.Mrs I awed*,ebaa .empe as "...... ... .;;;;;.t p";;;;I"'seeefrIr nuutraear hi the worldbo.ooaeo .

( been extended In Jackson to counlyXo attend and I fhat those the of exports three years will ultnual.ago. owing double to ,B.:....,And serve 'em right; It's National Telegraph Imitate. (Dept. A. N.) IIWm'Alb :: JJ' il i.0. sad woavlonco they hold*their Was akapo.say.th.r at '==:. -

t crosses of honor will bo Ubatowed up- connections. made by the L/mlsvllle been dangling outside all the morn I la..,lit atyylaN"hrlwrlamewd tIo
r', them in taken of the gratlHi'le for In -Punch. lass,..-...,., ..
c1 e rg ba "i
N
eat
tk 'Ir valor felt by hto people; I the, Georgia Normal w.d ;:. l-ejiseinnee it
If from College N ryrw L.D vw a.p W. 6
one can Judge
the
..
.
reports .
'. crosses can be obtained In time. rcOWERS I. seer r W Ma b W.mm .
people Intend-.tq l do Cull hon. of the truck growers there will be aearly _JI'-e' 0.r.rZwt.e..._.u._... sme 1'
Marlanna And 'wake 101.
..Business. Ins .w. a. r
oT ,
+ the most notable evenl' In their y crop l vegetabiea'lhig year.an pitue'etoa v..wftrhhbw ...... .. Mrs 14
to
or ...
the northern markets are not fOUNDCD AT O l .sshoe. .Iood froM fal Ie ..alwL
pee Sa A..EVILLIfeaa. '""'o' 00aI__ Qq. .!,.
history .
city's -: -.-- .{i overstocked the. farmef of Dade con Flr5RAt1D t reamaaehlp..I'to. Write lor eatalocae aa4 eierlmees Cocieewj of Peamaaebli.ScttaUsc. Teacaees'.''iaetiiess. 8&.1G7J. II' Si. ...........__" v
.
ty will m& e a good I oflt. One man W. -. LlTTLJC. vrln. A. A. .
4 FROM MICHIGAN TO :iT" PETERSBURG: j| who plante vomo toii ato plants a The cleanest.lightest. .- DOCGL".. GEORGIA KilIU..c.-D.pt' : 'j avl
/ At3t08)
-- .-and I ( -
month .
I or J.wo Jrgp stated that he did
Miles In
Over 1,500 most comfortable '
Party Traveled
not expect them ftKarnount to much, '
<*> Automobile. but was surprised wRsn he looked at SLICKER'41' PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
: .
+':,IIi. Petersburg Fla.-The advance them and found them rn-full bloom. ,
guard of winter autolng parties to I Some of the farmers havtt tomato. atthedabetime cola....i *.more. .nv..._....rm.brlcbt>n, without r.end _rlnotar..onto_,.then... aar otaor dye One lee paoe-ece. botorrall Stare. The: dye In e*>M water tatter than: an?...<.her4ra..' TosJ.
Wrlio
Cur free booklet How eo.ure, Hleeo aad m& pubs .... 4
Florida has arrived here. Those In the I plants that are putting out milt, and cheapest In the IIUKMOK URtlU CU.. tala. r. 1111.' -

party were Messrs. A. J. Nyec Van It nothing occurs to retard the el' end oecause tt .

ct "".. Eaton and W. A. Dudley., and they opment of the fruit- It will be m wears longest .

:'i1'' traveled from Detroit Mich.. to St. ready for market early next month.. e3 Malaria .Causes Loss Appetite, '
their touring ere
'
Petersburg In Jianasome .
j "tate' '
Judge Wolfe In the district '
.car.f' . / court at Pensacola has issued a rule Ctary gormenl quote w. The Old Standard 'tfASTfiJ ESS CHILL TONIC drives out Malaria and tmilda the fv

'*. They two started ireeks ago.their The trip route southward of !' citing six membets of the third congressional ) ontaM. weir 400 system. You know what TOU are taking. The formula is plainly printed on every bottle; showing up it'1!'

.Ail< gavel Included Toledo Cincinnati. I' and four district prominent executive attorneys committee to. e_ a 4 101, is simply Quinine and Iron in a tasteless, and the most effectual form. For adults and children" 5Oc. I
and other
1\" Uexlngfon, Atlanta Macon appear before him and show cause
I
) iptflhern cities why they should not 'toe punished for
They reported a very pleasant -trip. disobeying his Injunctions Issued on .
'1 ibe weather was- good and their car September 10 restraining the commit.
F
uttered only one accident-the cutting tee from canvassing the returns of .. "

of a tire on a rock which.. was the June primary for 'congress and Job Printing; : ; :: :< .- .,':'w'n :
.
/ soon repaired. from declaring anyone but J. Walter v'I : ;. . I .
.
A BRUTAL CRIE.r Kehoe the democratic nominee. The ' -. ' r '
committeemen.;: are prominent : .: < ': : i
.vs. ..
AA1restt. --In-Mobtl/"f Ewhile.-lhe.atUH-a y "*d.vl od-the-committee - --- !
giw-Hsyet ''' '' -'-
> r ,' II I .. to take such action Include ',At. : -- : '' ,
Crtm. itt- daekaerevilte----- : EveryDeSciiptlon ompt"Y --f' : '
- <
'General William ; oP -.
Mobile. Ala.-William Hayes was torney E3. :.Elils ,, .
.
;
rt Florida and former Justice of the -
'
here at Three-Mile Creek -4. !
; : arrested State Supreme Court Francis '. Car ; _J: ' '
{ .
.K bridge, on the Louisville and .Nash- . . , 'j,, .
': tirllle. road by Deputies McCarron and ter. ..____ ... and atly Executed -,' 00:; IC '
Fatch. and locked up In the*aounty The subject .of utilizing tobacop !

jail on the charge of being a fugitive shades..for the protection of .growing: -, .

from .Justice. It Is alleged that he vegetables, in the winter Is being enthusiastically ) .( .
killed. his wife and mother-in-law In agitated In Leon county, Send 'Order. .
Jacksonville, Fla., several-- monthsf' and will be carried Into effect 'quite : Us JT ( v '

1' o. The Florida authorities have extensively the coming' season 'by ,A

en notified and as soon as requisln those farmers whose shaded plots are rJ

:1 r n gapers can be secured. Hayes contiguous to' the city" and the railroads . '",

,J F'j will. be taken. back to. Jacksonville. : :

; I, A number gentlemen Interested Fla The, 'now fishing Iri Industry full blast ht for Punta the Gorda statutory -, .Judicious advertismg: is the ]key to .; :, :

.1': In the protection of K ame In the Lake period of ten month., has assumed

: land section have Jbrganlaed a gun an Importance among the busrness
:;, enterprises of the state that
'f club Dr. Forbes MMBTS. T. >O. Wai- more than, passing notice*---At calls present for business success. TAn a. ertisement 4t ",1l1

die and T. B.Mr Hen Coogler r1x were was appointed elected- 278 boats are employed. In the Industry -
collectors
;
;
at that point alone with the addition .
president and Mr. Guy Wilson was'
I of twenty power boats, used In


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Tesiaaaee
The'waLr ha risen lu-the .,aD&III, "
r3-v '- .=-' -.ss brats have returned travel from KIslmme -' t; 'S' N.A I''L'S :
it' PUBLISHED. B7EKT FRIDAT.Office . to all point a* far down a.
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Okeecbobee, and general
Building.it Lake- a revival "
In Valley Gazette In business ball'taken place.It .

KIBSUUIEE O3CEOLA. COUNTY.FL!. it"a part of roan r* wtture to forgot o . .. 0S .
: What were his want, In day of I .. .-' ,, I' Jr. ,

r. W. ..... HARRIS: Editor and Prop's.Jt ty same when wit)ricShes) apply overtake to Home of him our, pover.1 I t;. .- 4>'''=---7 --. t "; ,

..-0---=-.-' with petard to urging the- necessity of ._ _- .. ', s
SUBSCRIPTION.:RATES) locking the canalsi; >w.. Hat there Is 8tL6
On._'.on. r........... ............. 11'06- water HUlflclilHt' to permit of the. uninterrupted ,7t ,. ;. "'J (8L
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month travel ol boat Penn .l r,25A
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.0...oopy..la. ..monthly.....,.::.... .,'.._ !._ i 116 Lest they forget.,the citizens: of thin ; -Ourlirie..of.Fa11: -t __ ,

A ,..:-:- .Uy..and-ixxmty-..-.. rolnjIoU-that.-U : :;= -
All _unIeaUon.. .xe.pt frontiwir .""". has teen live month since a Bteatnooat S' i ; 7 Lbs for.2rCents
t --.d MjoaUd_m>pun matter . (f.
_I..... fur. U.asHlnger. and the same condition -
T ---. tharTllkely to'prevail attain next, 3.tO,6 I r
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Ent.r.d.tU.PosUdaala; KlutitiintM." Fla.u ,year, or sooner If the ;tame; should S; '8 I .
... ..ond-......_Hin tl.r.- .',_ -- -..- ceasojTorttj lUullth l)urJDJ( tbaL=timebusiness .- .. .:,W-m..e.tk1._ :-_. ,. -_ ;- -' ;
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of more than hundred tho"jjaixl dol. . .. Cut Other Goods. 1 Price JJefore Buying. We ::' 1
i, FrldaV. S lJt. 25, 1008.Democratic lam, and for the past. .. lwumo nths nshIng !:1. Children is ion ,
+ ( in.the lower lake ceases l entirely. j now f; !i I. Desire to Reduce Stock for Cash. c.

y A recurrence. of that state of affairs/ j: ... r
Ticket. can lie avoided) by placing; locks In the], "
can u In and closing up the .old blind') ', open for your I S J
.- rivers. that act as a drain on Klgstm- L, '

For......\rI..nU.1 Kt': ,rlon- flee river, cud If thecltUens: generally j .r
I H. P. IU ILKY. persist In their error's Oingrcss will i W._ B. Makinson Co.r ;
K W. UCTUhR f; inspection e' .J :
,.. KORRKT B.: I)AVH.UKOKUBC. in a k<, the needed appropriation" to do'' e f;
: MARTIN. the work at tJUy"omlnll(; session, but if I'
r-A N U hL B.pUoIl'O.: a genera], apathy taken possession of .
For U."iire>M.'tHmllvt In C"nrrc.ATICK( ax, i'l: nislrlrt' tMRAFK Uifiii...and they delude themselves with U ; LF.

,, ......II<"fl'ernnrALxKRFW.:11AHRINT. the idea that things I will continue for "
d all Lillie as they are at present, they T61PjdiT Stock ,!
+p; Fnr A.tXi'KOOM Com..lrul. er': .will awake noiiio, .
FnrTM..II y : ;?. again laid up and water transportation .
W. V.-KNOTT. shut,off.' . ., ..
itL .. \ For M'.wret liiry of Hl ole: Don't let that Arkanxas Traveler ."S
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H./.AYORANFORI1.Kor At >riK'T UniT l:; story about the man shingling his roof White Shirt; Waists worth *<3,25 reduced to . !.2 39 (.Yo for -
TARK H. rKAMMKLUT become a' reality with us,' but hustle .. . .. ., a 100 .. ., 2 29 .
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Oonnn'tMloner; of Aljrlcultnro: convince our representatives m"Congress :.w.! . . 2.11i t
H E.N( I.IN. .of the great damage being done .. .. .. 1 89
For Jii.tlce"or lh Xolirfma Court all of south Florida by the closing .. 10 ..
WILLIAM A. IKSCKKK.THOMAM.M. 1VV .0 Cash :. .. .. -r'I.! . 1 '79II
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tl1iA'KLEFORD._ down! oU.t.UJl.by: water from here to : 1 :;,.
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dt For HvmUir. Will' ntnlrlrl' : Ire4JIpsentativ Siiarkiuan, who is the I 1 H5 I 47
L C.: M' A$"EY. ranking Democrat on the rivers and .. ". .. ,. .; ,. 1 s1IG
For Mcmhc/ 'the KKR.LeiilhliiturcM..A harbors committee In the National .ommendng .. .. .. l'' .. ., 'I 39 4
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I For 4'(Xiiuity .Indue! .: WH.JOItNNTON.For .. .. ..
tjls Dower to get an appropriation
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Pronwutlnii U. P. KKlllXH., Attorney for locking the canal, and our own MONDAY .. '. ? .. ri;: ? ,:
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1 Burr Frank Clark .. .. .. .. .. ..
PorOlurk of Aho flipull Court: Representative. the :, ,
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A.Fur K. )hhcrllT...SH AK. III on recorUan declaring that he ",'111urJt.t EA'ST"ATLANTIC AUG. 10. I .. .. II .. ,1i; .. .. . : 4.1' t,;
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i '.r. For Tax AnftPMMtr: for that purpose, ad has Senator- J. OVKKl'TRKm. elect Fld.tcber. \ : ,
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For.T.x BANDY lUoUo'tior1C. With thex? forces a work In Wash- I Our entire Stock of Embroideries and Laces will be sold at Cost

For County: L. Tr..."urer: ngton) aided by concerted and deter 'COAST'LINE for the next thirty' day-s. "
B. C MILLER mined action .ia the part o( the clt!.- '
For County W GRIFFIN; HuwrvinorC zen. of this. city and count, nothingcan H. C. STANFORD CO. ::
For Supcrlntcncloiil fnblk'' luMrncUon: preventoureanalsand river being
WJ HKAIOt nut in such condition that travel'by Effective' 6th 1908 1
For'County mtNNlonxr IHNirl'tNo.t I IK Sunday September
L. LKBLKV that means will' be permanent, but if # --- y

Fur County CmmnteMlooer Dinrlct! No. 2K we take on a lethargy In this matter, .. .. i.
L OVKKHIKKkTFor deciding to let well enough alone and I -- "'w'''-, ----''*.!.. -----'w''. ).

For County' J Commlmlonor 8 NTRATTOFor NI.trl..tn.: : cease agitating, nothing will be done TltA1$ BO "82- LEAVING KISSI3I3IEE 12.24 .. 31.
County ComniHMlourr UIMrlct$ No. 4: and we will find ourselves In Identically : i
KLMKR MAHB the same fll: next summer as we have AVrjvcN Washington! 8.40 A. 31. High School Opens first j ;
For County UonnntKAiooer District No.ri been the past five months.If .
J. B WALKER.
\ Jtaltiinore 10.00() A. 31.
d For Member Dchoul. I Bonr.l liiMlrlct No.I we want u permanent water routewe (
W C JIM,". can have it, but.lt Is up to everyman "
For'Member hoof Board IMKtrlcl' No 2: xUhllfideli>Iiia 12.18 Noon
in Osceola county to do his share

', r For' :Manibi-r 1.SrhonlRoanl B B.K:TUMBLINJacksooville \BROWN: Plot. "'let No 2:l: toward obtaining it. .. XeKYork. 2.45 P. 31. I Monday in October 1 I

Taft says Bryan caused the war In ,
--.. the Philippines. The next t.hlnllVA
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) i Is tot gaining the reputation hear the.Itepublican party will boo accusing QUICKEStTKAIXTOsTHE! KS1Tilrou h Pullman -
of being one! of the most law.. Bryan of causing the late hua -I $ IN PURCHASING YOUR SCHOOL SUP-
less cities ID the United States. ciul panic. Vestibule. hlccpih t'dl"S. Dining Cars
$ PLIES DON'T FORGET THAT WE
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Nudge Dlttenhoffer wants the stock GARRY A FULL LINE. .
fill For tickets reservations wr information, calfSin nearest Atlantic Coast Line
abolished.
exchange: ticker Why not'T'
-' SO to the root of the evil and. alxilinh Agent| or v .
J. W. CAHK, T. P..1. J. G. KIKKI.-AN1), D. P. A.
the.toek excht note? i
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-The Salvation Army I I. now askingfor T -WHTTrT.' IT. P: X."W.. .J. (TtAJ{ .. P. T. ;M.WILMINGTON. -. -w.

old clothes. As that I I. the only : N. C.

kind we have had since entering the i aatiaaaa'a..aaaasva.n. --"' --- N NN+'iM1KN?
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donate liberally,
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Editor Holly of the Sanford Herald

oats threaten to print a daily. If he fur. ..... dl :
'e niches the people of that town with' a TjW.J: Picture .Moulding .t
dally half as good as is hU weekly it ---. ... : TIIOJIIPSO-J $ 'j
will deserv the fullest of' .Eye.
patronage.If :-f;: :, ,SJCC1aJ.lst,1 ; .
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Claim to be ha would own 'up-to the / .. Whohas'beenin ::: FUNERAL DIRECTORmade j { : : t
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our city in'the".pastIt. ,.
truthfulness of t.hecbarge made against '
,, him of working for the success of the J. H.REDDITT ten years Can be consulted atTHEINN ; < LICENSED EMBALMER 1 .
"Republican party and.eease-that inde-. !
s ti peadence rot Ilk.a' ... ( I k"t. ;
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:A device has been dlscover.edrwher- \
Also Nice Line of Ladies' and
WATCH REPAIRER.Call : << I | '
hy lion cab be made hllo\'wl" Que. "

that U "n.aIt.b4ir Is guaranteed some' to kind never of fail a .shotgun to kill, and see" my Line of Watches.. Monday Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 28. 29 and 30. <4
v .Tb,,'* about the only: thing we know Any article of Jewelry Promptly'. 4 ("

of that I I. calculated. to' make .lion dered upon Request. THREE: DAYS, ONLY s PHONE ,78 1r ,1

; .harmless. BICYCLE 31/NDniES. .i.. 8raa.a61'o6ci.a. ..5.lk...JVVfc........j< t. \
..r-It.i-bop d that.ourorange= Persons who need his.lerv ces. with weak or defective .eyes, Neuralgiaor .. J
hare had tb. double crros-' practiced growers Headache, will get permanent relief.- Take advantage, of his skill\ to haveglasses -- '-' -

'Nip them often enough by eastern com fitted to your eyes. .. '
+ ;..mtaaion merchant, and will_ t.b1..Je":- \ "
4 oo oonlga. their fruit to those who The Graystone Fitting Glasses For( Children a Specialty.ANNOUNCEMENT. NORTH KISSSIMMEE. hart for and :
avreputatlon honesty ..
':quart deitUng Kt..IMM. PLA. i =
EVES EXAMINED FREE ,y
':Tampa paperssjiow claim i nere U a \ S C. W./G.rlffin 4
strata of marble the banks of the On Lake Toliopekallpa. ,
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Bunting Fishing, Shooting, I ,
1 Claim anything autTvU would not Bathing, dolt, Tennis, Roque, ., t
'surprise us If the PublldttyOub of Cricket Clock Golf. Baseball, Fancy Family Groceries :
that. city advertised It as a Tact .that Trap Shooting.
the. water rates bad been redu Term.: '2. ()'to 13.50 |>er day. ..

woman .13 to *21 per week. Fresh Meats.
'A Pensaoola .
made her hu
We takepleasure announcing t.o -our friend and to the .".
band fork over tS&OOO-because: he had ,
bar-shut up ia a mad house for a fewyears. o Our Friendme : public generally that\ we have' opened up a first-class took of .. . Delluery }o:very Day at any Hour. Patronage Solicited; w.J.l .
Sb. mat not. have been. iliad ) and try .a weal at the i :
when'.be w's placed In the asylum, hotehs. Single weal : We; 21 GENERAL.. MERCHANDISEn ,, AnaNeauAr.a.airs..a.rrt __.......a..a.A...._ _.. :
but U I* safe to bet she was as mad < meal ticker I "0. Rooms $ ,
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but per In our new new store on the of the old Pegnorn postoffice. |I'' - ---- i' ,
March bare when she got and day ,
found her spouse living. with another Our stoolt: of good is all fresh and will be found UP update .
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and will take in exchange for goods, at their full market, if!
,. The Re*. Mann, who was hanged H. W. THOfiMAN, $ C. A. CARSON, Pr*.M..t. N. C., ..YAN. Scr.'.,". I' t
fruit, and all ,
during the civil war for a spy but was value cattle| hogs' poultry country produce. f
out down In time to save h'ls.life, says -We have secured the service of Mr. T.;":-:. 'FARR as manager j -- t'aE': :

.ti the sehsaNmg\ pleasant.. Not who wi1J-beaound) 'at the\store at all timers ready to aArve you -- -,- j
'on your llfe 1 >old bent; 'you 'csot-ylve PgoPRiEToItOsceolaCounty : = I. = -- ; -
t'h. l talk a, that think. --- Water-s =.CarsoD.6rocerVe C ; ;
log we are goitg to try U on. We expect } ,F :;.
Co. Of .
: some old war horse of a soldier The BassWeTGrocery ;
will now come forward aDd tel I us what i .
f extreme pleasure he experienced when Abstract Company 'C"ER '
lie was shot full of bullet hole. G'R IE s.l:
J. 8. STRATTON. AND A. F. BASS. PROPRIETORS. $

.-There are some paper In (Florida S. H. BULLOCK. MANAGER. $ '!.
that seem to taktfadelltht In speaking -- - :' ...1''

j"" ', of disparagingly the State but of that every In which other they section are _.Real. estate.Titles exitlnined"' and reported on Kissimmee Wagon Works 'A_ :It ___ COUNTY AOENTS,! FOR ... ,?'

'_I published. That is bad business Ta.xes" paid for non-residents 1
t Every county In Florida Is a paradise Instruments relating to real estate, 11 A Y I. Celebrated Fertilizers CRATES-
.OP1'OAITIy CHRISTIAN .
CHURCH.
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-when compared to-other Btabe! in the 'careftlly-drawn") "" - - -
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Union, and business condition here (?.R A-1.1. -

,'are and have been far beyond those In Correspondence Solicited. Under-New' Management with Thorough Experience and Up-to-Date : ,.,._ ,:II'''.,........ Pric.a E T. Co, ,t' +,
other seottou of the and _._ -" Blacksmith Wheelwright and Horseshoer. d
any
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in the State should '.. :,
every paper COD /11\ '> //1 ,,
elder U. a-duty to.ald in the movementto Leiiadry.. I''
) All Kinds Blacksmith, Wheelwright WorK and Horseshoeing i I :
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present acts to the outside The agency for the White Star
world....,Of course w% all\ think our: )laundry ts now at the Home Store a Specialty. : HIDES, FUR t
(county is the bests and cannot bee and Jf you wish to have the boy callon ? WOOLq ,
,. blamed for boosting Ik above any other I you' weekly J just rang up '154, and ALL WORK GUARANTEED'; SATISFY. I II : ,
but there I* enough .here for u* all you. will be put on our list, and called _._. I ouzitr
I r audio spare. .To knoxslc the other fellow .,i:' otyn-ee-Kl.v." The work: It I all done in f r Produce, a. Specialty: it
don't do u* anY'ICOOd TV*. -I but hurts4' >a efficient manner and at Tmpaprices Solicit Y..r Tnd..d "- p JOHNSTON' : :

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., slinnk-enrt 6f the season' to qiitfle. our frleUd Blll...... We are exclusive AGEJfTS for this ,'tfrrltory for THE'

'; Nye, will soon be here, and we' 1o. not want to carry over FELLBOELIN KEROSENE LIMP; the light tJlRi"'llo eLmorq'w" 4

our Stock of Refrigerators and Freezer and other Summer.'y light lor left! money, and .lc.$* care required to operate Its] : .....r.. .

_n .____. _.__.?.p, ,,._ -goodsilnd. so we will give. the publlc_ ;thebenelltotwllolo .i. i-Guaranteed! non-explosive;' HO candle-pdwer., Six. hour* R. ._ : :. --": .. '
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". ... and. Invite inspection.. .,. "L TIIE L; c. S3I1T1I 1HIOS. tYIewrfter.VrItCH two col . I

While wjjth us we will take pleaswe> 1n showing our" ()144. Everything visible all,, the time. The most perfect'. ,- . c. .
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.. of Furniture. of' all kinds,Crockery' , ,machine<<;.oirtho market. Cash or Instalments. n.;:, :: f. !
GlasswareTlft. ___ .
";>,:: __ -_-...:. :___. ; .and Agateware. Stationery; -Hooks,-Pictures '- THE; .LUnHLEN-CAMl) ELtS3HTlI:: COlSl1)lulfirOrgunN) ; "-- t .' "

,.: I and Musical Goods. and Graphophottes (Columbia);and all attachments and . .

.,_ We want, to ;et you interested. In our goods, as we guar- __,1.;' __-appliances.! .Cash- ,__or time.-- . ._ -_ -_-_ _-__ .,..,,,_ __
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For Bicycles, Sh \. ; ,
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TELEPHONE NO. 11. the season among the little folks was ,,
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I. PUBl.ISHED'ERY FRIDAY Osceola I'harmCT. I Van Duzor last Wednesday afternoon .at
Use old news. papers In your In honor of the lxth birthday of h rlittle f
1 ) -BY- cleaolne. We sell them at this I i granddaughter, Lenora Van Uur.or -*! Rosep
W. IB.OFFICIAL H.. .Pyala.. at 20c oar hundred. : Promptly at two, o'clock the
.-. ,- . .. .. ; happy little iota began I to gather, and
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In less than thirty minutes the beautN aI .... r
WEATHER REPORT. liance,will hold service* at lawn ,.
ful-grassy was aswarm with fal-
A.._. Uniparature for week andlnc ThunOair. in 'North Kissimmee next .JEt.Hk little forma skipping about 4
., h pt.. 24 1808.'Wade night. here, thefvranilev-ervwhere.:l I
jj-,I. --- --,------ -- -" Mrs Pilley returned home Thirty-one little guests were sealed I Goods.t:
,?1'' '' j I! III a,.. I j I Mtn: I Rain- night and reports that she tf on the spacious veranda and served1 I
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" while away, an unusually with excellent cake and ice cream, such '
''y'I' IIt. line of mllltnerv. o ai only grandmother can make. "

I "4 I 12'' .7 t, ,. Misses Phyllis Jurreli and Eleanor Canned Fruits.; Jellies, Jims. Marmalades, Vegetables, ,
" P'r\da .... 72.1 I Ii Mrs. I. H InKTHCn and! little] Van Duzor assisted in the ;
gunda .r I I into ter. Irene, went down to .' am.using Fish Etc. '
:,. "" I 72. I little ones, while'the grandmother was 'I ,
Yu daTu.sdy -ft : Tuesday to visit the family
.. I Ifl st tii 10 brother. Dr. Simmons.t assisted Mesdames in Victor serving Van refreshment Duxer, JL M.by .er ti,

e i4av I 116 10 J Dr. N. H, Hunter returned k" Piano J. :McPhalter, A, li. Jarrel) RSS; Floyd & t
Myers Wednesday after a A. B. Morrison. L Coj
here cestlpK recuperating -

"" "" ---------- .newing old acquaintances.A Little l Miss Ethel Lee entertained In 'lFiF'VrsfPtlF'iF P4'R-w.'IF_ .. ; '
swell line of combs: hair.. celebration of her tenth birthday anniversary .- - rl
tooth ..Brushes" rubber goods\ Friday afternoon at the-
l 1m: LOCAL FIELD.1WNKe i all kind. of druKxiBlit sundries home of her parents Mr. 'and Mrs. .
bottom prices at Oxceola rharn : ; John M. Lee on Clyde avenue. Iany C. A. CARSON. J. A. CR AN FORD. 8. U L.UPFKR.
'I I Interesting names we played winch PId..n\: -V'--Pre.ld.nt_ ......... ,
lU-friirerators, Ice cream caused much enjorl&nt and amusement 'nw.
a"" ---- --N Hammocks. Canopies, and during the ufternboa .
< mer goods at bargain [ Delicious l Ice cream and cake wa-
theTuner. Orlando.Go cash S. U. G served by Miss :Mildred Lee, assisted I W

to Makinson's for nails] Mrs., W :M. H utson and by Miss Virginia Makinson.n KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.
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turned tb their home in St. -
Dwellings for rent apply to M. last Saturday after a visit of Goldstein Coming; !

Tiller. weeks here with Mrs. KO'Jhen Dr. II. Goldstein, the well known r

:McCall's Patterns for sale by A M. Get your school supplies ', e.ve specialist, will he" fn Klssimmee at I '
Gilbert.Dr. Kissiuimee Drug Company. The Inn next Monday. Tuesday and Rough and 'Dressed
carry a full line and if.they ] !' Wednesday, and will be pleased to
W. L. Wlnn and family] 'returned what you want, will) order it meet and talk with any one suffering : :
home Friday night. I I from weak or defective eyes. See his .
'. Mr.. A. S. Gilbert spent yesterday been Little visiting Miss Helen her Cosens. II adv in another column of this paper. i Pine Lumber. -

:' -< transacting. l business in Tampa.F3ubacribe and Mrs. W. H. Johnston I To--.s-Happyyou -- I ..
hpr home In Jacksonville \ : '
for McCall's MavazineLO must have good health. You can'thave
) cents a vear A. S. Gilbert. The High School will open good health if your liver is not
New line of white materials for fall fall term next Monday week. doing it's uly-slow! but sure poisonIng -
l. waists at KATZ'S. the patrons begin to prepare: Is going on all the time under such HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY.n
have their children ready. to circumstances. u .. ......
B 111' knefc pants._plain! .. !nd Kolck..:. Atwt-day, -- - -- makes a'-ftteUj'healthy iiverH-keeua; I
erbocker styleat KAnTS.Lace the stomach and bowels right and nets 1 -
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S. 13, Aultman -
Mr. spent '
]lawns I as a tonic for the entire system. Sold
curtains and figured at day In .town on hIB" way to (; awr.waava..wN N K "'i,
by Itoberson's Pharmacy.For
cut prices at.Stanford's. where he goes to look after [
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The Home Store are agents for the I uable property Interests which j Rent. .i; i i'i. i-
I Star Laundry Phone Jr>4. cent!v acquired In that cit.v. I J1.-SiIllfly South Stables
Waite \ : \Farming land at Hammock Grove '
r Forty rolls of matting at cost 'for Mr. and Mr. J. M. Di by the acre or otherwise. All well 1 I ,...fs. s
ash. :S.: C. G. HDW. Co.: have been 'speeding the enced. AppJito Mr. Drought 39 I

MIlS Elizabeth.: Carson left yester- months Monday and in England weutrptit,, 'to 'L.. H: INGRA1v v Proprietor. ; S

: .. --day to visit friends at Cocoa :on theMast at Narcoossee on the. R. O MEEK

Coast. ,'I11erf;r, Mattiti Handy h%. ,, t '" \\\ \ \\

,1 <,If The regular October Urm. of the!;; f fr&m Atlanta, where she has Has for sale choice lands In. everyportton'of j i. 8iiOO i t B RAD1vAT li liIf .
> county court will convene. on.Tuesday the past few weeks FloridaAdapted for farming ; ; -
., October 13th. -' .' self with the latest styles and I. or the growing of fruits and vegetables -' _.
t'fll' Use PI_nk's..Cb'l1I' Ton c. Guaran ing b/er.fall stock of millinery. of every variety: also phosphate j 1 pao_ ioa
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teed. Price 25 cents. Sold by all Buy yourmnuumeatX''dnd: timber and ranch lands.Exceptionally If a Jf ;
druggists. .u117-1! -. F.. J Terry, the builder of 4"I Well eq.uippctlvith.. New Stock an.Veh.icle and

All parties desiring palmetto trees save the agent's oommissUm of 1, List fine bargains. In with orange I prep retl to meet all demands with Perfect Satis", .
them from cent Let me hear- from vou (groves your property
. for Capt.planting Clay Johnson.can secure and look over our QolsLiea : him; h. can sell it, rent It und collect I faction. l ,$.
l : F. J. Tt:: your rents. $ .
.t We now have In Block a splendid 21'lino Orlando. I "
I' ; line of both pound and box .,8ta loD' aug Agent for best Fire and Life Insurance -
!. >.-KUslmmee Drug Co. [Jr. and Airs. It. K. Chafer ( and Armour's FertllUers. . . HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY.' f 1
le son, of Miami, arrived ID '
Florrle Lawson returned home ,
I. '
Friday night to spend a "" \ <<
esaay-from.yi, to-relatives mod vacation. They are keeping Kissimmee, Fl ridliCity :I.

in Amerlcus Ga. i Dr.Chafer's residence which .
t.I.. 3f C. Griffin and family re- him by his mother and which : Favorite :Fertilizers
to Loughnoan Monday after a 'furnished and nil ready( for I -Meat Market '
I visit here with relatives.- J. rt
i The friends of :Mil
Jesna Gardner hat returned caster entertained her ( FOR CITRUS AND ALL'OTHER CROPS.FERTILIZER .
from aD extended yislt to her sister, a "surprise party'1 at her NOW OPEN
M.} W. :L. Paullr, at Cairo, Ga. Main street Thursday l L ---.- )I"

111', U. D. Gulc and fatally returned sides music on the piano by \ NORTH KISSIMMEE
last Friday from Lorejoy, caster, many .games were MATERIAL '
Ga., where thej\spent the summer.Mr. ter "whichrefreshments by the ! : .
consisting. of toe cream and PHONE .87 '
101, Katz,has returned from the were served. INSECTICIDES 3 ,10
: northern market, where b41 went to Clay Johnson went ,.
Papt. Pork. :
fall and winter stuck. Fresh Beef button) .
purchaa.life i
Lake Kissimmee this week to -FOR (SALE- BYr" **,
.'''' 'B1pve wood delivered intowI at ter his steamer the FREE DELly'ERY'L.
,*t..t.i.OO per strand. : baa been anchored' in that
t+ L 19'U Kls.81MMM: LUMBER: CO. the water became too low J.. M. LEE -.:- KISSIMMEE'AGENT

-""! Cal4w.liand Miss Jean Caldwell through the canal He i "

,. Mr.went over to Mt. Dora," last Moao back necessary with him help in to case bring;he the I W. IV UZORREALtSTATE ; FOR ll
friends for few days
visit a
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day
/ cient\ w a wr in the canal to I
"f'i') FOR SALB-At a barglin, Imalli. flr-- through.Mr. Sanders Fertilize]; Company, Jacksonville, Fla.M ..: '

In good cond ,ion. 1701.1, > .
proof safe >l '.
H. W/ THUKNAN.Mr. : Alex Sixes, representing u ,_ ___. _ __
rey Hoofing Co. of Lockand! L '"
i.,.,' A.'J. Booth 1.1, spending the ID the city the forepart of : : .. .NaT\a" aa\\\a\aa\\NN ._ .'
, ,weekrustioattct at bit place near look ing after business << - .- .LH'ITT .n"7. ITMEAIVS 1 i ::-:; :... .;;=r; '
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-- ere..mu.he> dJ.\DIl..Ullr9&cLj: hjiiflria.t. Mr -Sixes- was' -
... : :.1Jnd !_ '1Lb..K1..imlD-d , . ,
ol-buildiD plfliU" _l doliot,.now whataBank'a Capita la a. dlf.r.nes b.fl "
I' ork It'tIe-Hi".b--Bch I that it was. possible be would tw_a bank of Hula or no capital and ona with a larva_pita!. .
' '",1. was delayed. several day this.week of material.on his family here, which are at KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA A BANK'S CAPITAI/AND SURPLUS --- .. c.t
: saoeountofthenon-arrival I.
:, residing In Jaonsonvllle. la the fund that-protaeta the d dcpoaltora from loss: thfrafora .the larcar It K tkaCTMtar '
r'. Lesley Minx: has purchased tibet frv.i.eti \tba dapoattora hava. This bank has a ,
Mr. Howard Katz left last : ..... .. ' .' '
and is I no.oooa
now Cs1We ,
,:: steamer Juanita
; &nnaklnW Fort Gardner Tombstone, Arizona where he G. F. KRIBBS S 811FP. Fund of...... Ie eeftq a ..
trip to '
regular '
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to enter the mining business. '1 8 UkMllty < Ao'UOM /I'I
j. Sullivan ha moVed to has been taking a special '
M.
Mr* ATTORNEV-AT-LAW. A Total, :tllS.OOU In' ,_- ., I'
the City Bakery store, mining engineerings: t ;
the room. over ThU maaaa that w.must 'laa*el 11.\OIW od bafora our davoalton could' ...a ant
I *Vft:,
r' where she will conduct .a boarding versity, N. Y. and has I Office in the Court House-Kis This pr Netl>s M'..YOU. __ : '.,
In his ,studies where he '''
bouse. stage c
i" little practical mining simmee, Florida. I STATE BANK OF KISSIJVIMEE.
J'Mra. Hendricks returned to her homeeenCoAFSSprlng essary for the completion! io th. .. , .. "
With whom-wIH-be--61a.14 -- -1- - -- 'Kt.O! :
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'j;;' yasterday-aftb oou'.e.------- "-- : .. r''L. ';'--A- "
I (ttfti4 'reek's yllt.here with her daughter, "trial 'of causes the law firm of -
,, ,.1"1 n. G. Canova. The newspaper men of Maspev k arlow, of i 6. A. CARSON JOHN M, LBB. X. B CARSON, 1 tc.7f": .
: ;'f' competing the Jacksonville = .rroaUamt.. i VI..Pr..I4.P'. "Cseaiu.SNNN.aaNNNNNNNNNNNNNMMaR r''.1." '
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'Mr. and/'frl. Arnold Armistead. Association will give a r Qrlla.ndo .. ,. " ...,
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Lakeland, came up and spent last from October 2(1 I I -- .A:: .
that city to I- ____ _,_
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the of Mr. and 'EW- .
'*Sunday )here guests slve. The carnivals alvi-n In i i ;) p 'A.vANSG : I .. .
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,)4p. T. W. Hill'Sir *. years-have attracted great ,, F-. '.HEALTH ANDIVITALITY -\PIL.B\\ PlLs\aTPILESI y
; *. W. B. Hlgdon and children been good ones. The ( )' J wpfseie', Indian Pt!." Ointment will ear..
are here on a visit to Mr. and "Mr.. ise. to give the best carnival 1 1l''er 1 I ATTrtRJUY AT L MOTTO NBRVINB PILLS BHtMl. blvadloc aail itrbln ptl... It absorb
I W.\-\ Tba trot Iron and tonio r*">tonh". tor man itia tha lu-blnf at DA.
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\J..A.\ Bandl.'They have Just returned seen In the south; AND. NOAARV .. from an extended: western trip European novelties are J u,th.systemard I ho Btxin.l lixltau file: Oln'ment h.fin-inn a for PI lea aM l
Jbwhich they.visited California and Low rale will be given by slyer For se. by O.z.on. or uv 1..I..jIb.. priratv. parts tt old only \1 UM
., .fOrraOTi: > v'Vfc" roads. 1 I KISS1MMKK, FLA nail ii. 'us v'.box.. C .b.'ii..tor .lioo. , O wy..la rhar".6OIt sod 11.05., .i
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SOOTH'S r COTTON'HILLS: LATE \EffSNOTES. ,. gONYICTLEASJNO. ,. . "', : ENDS r., FLEET SAILS fOR miLA. !':HISSING BOAT IS FOUND ,!I 'OFPOUTICAIINTEREST" .

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. .' ..General|- United : tai.. W'i.i;. Begin"Long The Itinerary" John"W.;

Voyage of 3,600 Mil_ % j ocratlo candidate for vice Kerp.Aem.4
Efforts to obtain infofmatloa In
l..bw. Grea Increase *n Amount Georgia ,as, to :graves of men whc Georgia Legislature. Passe Bill Albany, Western Australia.-The Steal b.ip Aeon Long OverduI ; has been made public at Mr

..-..-- served In the Hevolutlonary. war ot Practically Forbidding Leasing. Ameilcan Atlantic fleet under command I'I Has Heen Heard From. headquarters, In Chicago. Ala.
Material Handled > Birmingham
0.I In October
W : Admiral bat left win speak
'. were old e'naugh to have served In it,, of) Rear Sperry 3 Aahevllle -
are .being jnado by Daughters of) the here_for Manila, three thousand Bis 2; Macon, Ga.,.October ; ,
I hundred mile where It Is due SAFE ON GHRISTM S ISLAND'' N. C.. October 6; Opecnsboro, .
INDUSms GROWING American Revolution, In order that a COUNTIES TOWJk- CONVICTS away, Wlnaton-Salem, ttf '
7
IHO to arrive October or8.. The flagship N. C, :
2
.. 'list,, of them may beupubllshed and a f '. Octobez ., October
Connecticut did act leave with : C., ,. -S
Aersonner record kept of them and ,. .\ Ra1ke.a. P;- Hunt-,
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that'unmarked 'graves',of-Jlevoiutlon- : ; --PI ; the other vessels,' but> departed later P..>.n>*n. All W.ll and, Have PIntJ' 7r Flncaste'Va. -
):; Qn Ros.UCev rnor and o--j-'na: : ' g'9' "W- dthaLPolLQJtpamed -
"ID,,!! JIPY.Th.flt..JfliJIbkmI .oldl.r.lI1ay..be.! 4 providedsllJi, tndi1l-uvertake4he-reat.th.-fleeU- of Food 'andW&teA, L1n aWomn!?: .,
1' ,U1tim a. Domination Cotton Crop marble headstones (which are turnIfhed minion: tay Lease Surplus Convict, She was delayed by. coaling opera.,:. '- later, I' -
the Numb. 'on Judge
Among
,.. Utilization Predicted. by the United Stales govern. to Private: Parti**. tions. -, ;' Mn. Carrie Nalol' called 'U

ment), and proper attention given to The delay of one day here-the ye..5 S .Taft a his Clndnnat home recently.'
- - liquor
the when n./"ded. All! personA eels ..were expected to leave here September Victoria, British\ Columbia. Tbe ,tor purpose ( the
Baltimore MI!..-The trend of the C.graves. I ittE 'or'.luch are requestedto Atlanta da.-The general assembly ,; 17 i-waa occasioned by Ihe unreliability missing _British steamer-Aeon, which problem wIUi"hlm, : Judge TaftrcofvedH
; graves
of -south of) Georgia |"uaedth..' hew convic cCL .
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Iron and steel l Indimu-y tle- communlcato MUU. -Mis. John. MOrabam '' ,0-. .the- -charteredcolliers. elLan..r-2G--hQw-San..Ero.ncl >er, but.rusedoIUrl '.
r- 'eUphasIzed In a dispatch to the - Wllwhich takea! ihe-stue'r criminals far Sydneyustralia, ban been hear
Itate editor paughlem of Hear Admiral Sperry has dispatched the discussion.Judge .
'Manufacturers' Record announcing front the bands of.private lessees next the to from. A brief cable dispatch reacbe appiovlng 4
following Alfred
the American Revolution, Marietta, message ; Taft Is reported B
March the
and IIut1l thorn public
upon Bamfleld the terminus of the Pacifi
tensive Improvements at the. EnuleyManLjof.the. Deaklu the premier of the commonwealth the Kansas republican
Georgia' \, the plank In -S
will ) 1
roads of the counties. where they .
cable Vancouver IlIland. rom Fat
on
: .X.enneucll..CoaLlroILBnd.. in-reply; the rommunlcatlon which slate Insurance .
proposes
Jltallroail company, upcrti wolch work, TlepoTis IhaT Ilie' greatMexIcan oil work under the supervision". *" the. sent by the premier wishing the I iilnB-Island,'.paying that the: paaeei,.. platform bank deposits -" '\
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well fire near TainplcM has been extinguished bi-ate of Aeon. safe at Chris O 1
Will beiIn at an early date. This announcement American visitors Godspeed in the I gers the were
of large Improvements to, were brought to New Oi- Governor 1l0k J.mUh baa approved continuance of their voyage to home mast Island loo miles from Fannin The-))CllUcal strife which for) many j
,, leans on the, stcamei the bill it became the hat the republican party ; '
by. namiingc-rs new wereupon Island. The wQrd came from Captal month >lIt \
., be made by the Tennessee company wale)s: 1I t 1
carrying out the broad plan ot development ., (.'ll>. of Mexico from Tamplco. 1bbla.e. organlc'law, and unless'ruture.'legls- "I 1 tank( you most" 'heartily' for the Downle_ the Aeon. who bad arrive I In New hampshire Int[three factions .

work which has been-. undci which has been eoiupaiftl .to aturos change It, the. dlaltr* ..Rt 8e"I cordial message sent In the name of at Fanning Island but contained no I came to an end when Henry Qulnbyof .r. ;

since that wa puicbaw-! a luke of llru wan put under (control log cpnvlcls Inlp slavery will be for 'the government and people of the details as whether the Aeon waB 1 Lconla as'nominated for-govern -
.way comlany
the said by the use or an from the statute books becaus state convention
iiasHengers wiped
ed by the United Stales Steel Coipo- J Il'ver commonwealth, and we warmly and wrecked or simply delayed or by.lhe lupuUllcan
C'UOViious jile-cu of Hltec ( Iron which i of Georgia Tbe in Keasion In Concord :Two ballots
of an accident to her machinery
In w1fuh\ respectively reciprocate good .
ration .Indicates_.j.he/ spirit yaur I (
that
I the volume of flame choice, and on
HO i educed One section of-the-new Jaw provides for a
nieHsako read: were) neuebsury
the latter I Is carrying on 1t xpnnt il could bo smothcied withaur, A .hat after all the counties have beeji "Aeon's people all safe at Christina decisive Qulnby hail u mal'gll '
the Iron and steel Industry In the extended to us during our stayIn Ihf ole
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: Alabama district It has alriudox, '', high' ; euibttiikment Is said lo well \ upiilleil) without cowlwith all the convicts AuatraJlan waters has Treated mu Island. Captain Uownlo at Fannin J only fiveeite' Jy )
; Mince been bulk around 1 the? to desire for working roads "
pended several mllllou dollars ibcic I they tual and< friendly sympathies and un- i I Island A bus split d"\lopeln the ln 'J
r contain the flow of oil until storage nneJ othey )public Impiovemenls and I t' Island Is about l.OtJO utile ( when :
and. doubtless will continue to ppc-ud I ? I lerstandlngs, which -years of ordinary Fanning I. dependence part ,
a good many more millions | tanks can be eroded all the cities\ supplied with what number Intercourse could not have brought' south of the Hawaiian Islands olid I Is Chairman Battler of I the State ,executlvp -. to:

Another Interesting development In i Two bundled men were trapped In I they want at $100 each per year, about, and which must cement and In the course of steamships bound committee* nlnouncpt that t no_ d
I thIndnor end of the Michigan Celllial iind all the state institutions state Island Is I In the ( ;
for Australia
the Alabama field' Is the blowing, In fit \ make ntore enduring the coralal uIa.uipns j Christmas t'leclorl ticket would ) put 1
one "of the Anniston furnaces of the I 1 1 I tunnel at Jet 1 roll with the tlm.1 I Tarm'or farms* are filled with them. so happily existing between the about 100 miles southeast of Fanning I field. At the ,same lime NationalConimllleemuii '',-

J \ ', .hers. of the tunnel I obju/e between I then If any feloliy convicts remain Ameilcan( republic and the Auvlrajllaa The Aeon left San FiaheMsco 011 Clapp of the prirty)
Woodstock I
4. Indications company of the so6lbwardj.tend{ i I I hem and their only exit fought! I In u. undlnpoHed) of the governor and the commonwealth Hearts with hearts. I July 20 with n.ooo( () IOI\B of freight and filed 'with the te-crelaiy of slate a complete -

Amcrliau textile* Industry is''J lUcid. Htampede for life and air, dashIng prison. commission may dispose olI we wish for the happy and prosperous although she was not supposed cai,. list of state clectois ',;
of the
ba4 .In"the fact that during the >'earl I I through thick smoke tdwaidkieedy Two I I11I"11. I I hem as they think Ihe best Interest development of jour ,-splendid commonwelrltb .- ry passengers/: ten persons Ihll)111'V14. j Mr U 11 I Hairlmaii, I the 1 ailtoaslni.n.gj.iatebatlt .
toiiRuen of flames to life ] af thinstate demands for a period ." S. sailors and ship hands ahd stewardesses -udd tilp
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have
from 'x
'e Just closed Bouthorn eotlun mlllH ), safely out once went buck down I not in... .eju-ciarf_ W. lie_ ..mouths IropiMarch ______ ____ __ _ I. She was destined -forSvdne' y- nn ( '
In thc teal I t through the wcul. Is Cjuolecl ax Mi> lnK11ml ,
: hlrd time past
r FOre flue the inferro of routing tlamei and : 31. 1909. As this section upl HOME RULE FOR IRELAND. and Auckland by way of ApIa. From I hut part
tale of Ameilean lit- found all I thioujsh i
years taken more twilling smoke, boiling to rescue some) l>lieH solely to felony convfcTs: tho. I fiat day nothing was heard of her of ineliffer-
mills in the reel of ) of (lies c-Qunlry a
the
cotton than IhelrTelloWB! who might ,have .boon: counties beingcompelled to take allot Irish Leader Says lt-fa Certain -to until! the dispatch came telling of the t'eln/ I ;
.,? the country, The advantage/ of ihn Miffocated or traniplecl down In II',' their misdemeanor convicts it I Is Come. I' .safety of the pasheiitjcrs on Chrtstmai once as to the president i l'alpngl '

southern mills was gained first In l'J(oa : lush for ale}. Those men died an' a%\" Ihe opinion of Governor Smith and the I loland I. Mr Louis-.StllyvesB.ni Chanler, democBtlc -

which year, bv the way marked th" ful death ns a rcnuli of their' vain \L'ltplendld leaders ,In the anil lease movement New York City,-"Home rule foi It Is supposed that the nhlp'K.. me' nominee' foi MMCIIOI of Jew )

: ...... passing of the t 2.IIOH.tHlI/bal.) ) () / .mark II)' effort lo save heir fellow. that no convicts will remain on ban Ireland is as certain as that I now chlnery was disabled and that tin' I York is now lieutenant /oll'rnOI' a

; southern mlllH, their million bale* rrflrd <'' The rest of the men escapedA 10 be disposed of under this sectloi stand on soil of freedom--as" certainas vessel drifted to tile' Island In safety, that Male, an office to 'Si ,was
.having,,\bewi..ejjlabllnhcrt III 189'In !! the day follows the night on Ihe burst 1 ticket two .
pacificatory note Was spunded at The. state acVeiiiKes only 2,100 felon, This was the greeJMng of John Ked. In addition to the officers and th I el".I.1 '

p, '1903 the the southern mills In mills tho rest were of Il./\alll/ th,' the opening session. | o(| the slates gene (convicts and <*hls number will he abr moiul,' the famous leader of the Irish crew the Aeon cnriles Chll.laln H, H.. : hears" ago :

.4 ahead of closethey III at The Hague when lu reading in.' sorbod it Is believed, by the sevl'ral lallonallsts in the British parliament Patrick Unftt'-t StateS nav). and tamily Th'icri I two rrpiiMIrun candidates
i country, and In the year just behalf In the bill. In 1 and of Naval for VliglHa Mc-bHr
message _trum the throne on cQuenu plans pro-Ucled ptisi to tho big; crowd of Irishmen that met LlttluantV I /OV"I'lor IIe.1
,r : took 2193.277 bales against 1.- \\\ilheluiiiia ;who Is loo ")TI I.. Ing this bill the legislature ncrotr. when \ 'Kiddle Hear SwIl" ii w Schc-er, and ncMthe-r w iiiOflitt'ilt ,
him the While Star 111le.plcr 1.
mills In the on
886.66 bales taken by I leave Ibe palace declared Hollan ,I pi i*hod the wprk for which It hAd the Oceanic leached here. ., of the Pacific fleet, was orde-rec I (' lo "hht.aas!, 1011 a> the

;, rest ot the country or more than 53. was doing everything I possible to bi'In, ;; been called In extra session and at. There was a cheer and some one to keep a lookout for the Aeon Shi other remains in (he ffI
number of bale I
per cent of the total about an amicable selllemenl of th.' 1 ter having struggled': four weeks 1 In shouted: was placed on 'the. o'ensVue board at Mr IIIan stepped horn, his ,

e of American cotton taken by America. I Venezuelan 'rouble A large par c fI one of the bitterest fights the slat" "How about a free Irish nation" 25 per cent reinsurance and after reo private'\\1,'a. at \..lw.Jh'K.'a... he .
of
" mills. The past year wall one IIn.S the mebtiage dealt with the financl ban ever known the assembly adjourned "Trial Is not Vie question now,:' rep'ied inalnlng at this figure foi a time. was t'inbu U'll and Msse-d 1)a man

! : .favorable conditions for the mills liuIt I, condition of the country, The mei.. nine die ) Mr. Redmond "What we want Jumped to 40 and finally to 55. Amoni who was standing IOM- to the"steps
". is Interesting lo note that ITt spit - ----- of sveral,
the wives
sage was received enthusiast iesll} is home rule and thai the party are of the car Mr llrtun wan KO taken '
-1 of that fact they. maintained the gcjTeral '' FIRE CAUSES (6REAT LOSS. iow autonomy ; 1 naval officers They baample \ <
1 which should uItimat1L ly ;. he ieninr-ul' ,i .. i : ,'i S as '.' H.1hy we will Met The sentiment in favor' American 'ly surprise t that lienmclc 'n( effort to
1. tendency oirllle\ Wright In his record breal. or it Is growing hourly and Its 'ene food and water and a housi ; gel awa>' from the man until the
In cot 10
and Central
: make the south as dominating Paris France Po at office has been built for the women
at Fort ;M\ei' are mien il.onlj I "' a short time fur lice arrested him latel Hie fiSt \3S
can atop
..Jeton: manufacturing as It Is In colton lug airship flights Telephone Station Destroy d. Gn,-;Mrs, Riddle, the ;
for
looked upon by Fiench writers (Ill u'/l. Iher Allnll. J..11I Sited $11, and costs In )ulee court
growing( _ TaiU, Trance- lre broke out in wlf. Lieutenant is an Atlanta
'T.r"'t I
- alien as the forerunner or begl'iniii::; I Mrc'land 1 I" inak'ng gl cal duvelou Ix'lrig' HI iel'Tectiunate. .
'l 4 It' 4,000FERSONS HOMELFSS. of the I practical navigation; of the till the Central telephone building amfcpread ment In social and educational conditions woman the \laughtcr of Mr and i At Ihe recent eh-cllons In ArkansaR
; that the lei, Mis J. J. of 60 West North
with such
k rapidity brolh- Hussel. ,
Columns are devoted in e1t': l\I'wsJla.: and YOlour transplanted Donafihecleniocriulc i candidate I for
she
__ Two Wisconsin' Towns Destroyed by; pc>i" to the reooids of thj .\rnei kjfiftxcnlor e-pho/je emploveefr were forced, afte. ers may well bo proud of her' Her ftr I avenue married Lieutenant Kiddle years ago lie was pO\'l'roor. was elected rc-c.>*i\lnK Co.

r. New Forest Fires'; and It IK unanimously J )jrtdieted brief and Ineffectual efforts to oxllnguish lure welfare IB II" ured. she : ) IaJorlt)', an liici<'.isc-d deniocralicvote
ardurfd to and as wai"
Samoa
. Rhinelander-. WIs._The towns oQagen that within a l'o.nllIllItin'I;:)'. the names to ny hastily Lithe "The best sign of rapid Improvement : Statei3ii -.

kt ,and Woodboro_ are totally dtroyed ...hot time tbo pi Ire of ,<;ZII U(>Gc, off i icd I" streets The entire building wa Is the marked falling off In eragiatlon !- refused the passapsj by the Unite Balled. .\\llllam Randolph( I In an adelrcKH .
will Panther on \-url.
.. their populations conslntlniol jv the J.emdon Dally Mull for i a Moon In tlames and this together Our countr>'men are mil) comIng letters
: ColimilmH
.Ii she on the Aeon at Ohio \'UI '
close to take
located passage
, and childrenare : fiom London to MandiKbterll: the postofflce. which Is here*, bill In smaller and. smaller hat
women
:t' 4,000 men nigh total In to join her husband, her which he said had( bi'c-n wrltt.1 by"
'j homeless and the refugees an be (.a.lured, 'j Ine A :.{'liti-j, to the Place des Vlctoires, was numbers every year and within a few nolher and father bffle not jet beard John Archbold of thi> St and aid Oil -
estimate
Joining with able-bddled residents or Alabama pig Iron man.laetur an: ly destroyed The Ions tu years thb exodus will have stopped, en D to II Fcira-
'rom company Joi-c-ph
much
'to los S"lIa101
at $5,000,000 but a greater : back"CHOLLRA
will be
.. Rhinelander In fighting' a new forest flounce the sale of Iron for deliver Is likelv to be Involved through (ilu. IIl'ely and many coming* bcrFORTY -.---- ker cf Ohio rl'f-nlll to legislation
- -- -
h., flre which threatens every minute U during the first quarter of 1909 at $14 complete Interruption of telephonic IN MANILA. ARE OVERCOME Itending. .In ''. mintlonlng -.

bear down upon the tdwn and -con-_ per ton'' No 2 foundry which Is fron conimunU-aUejii, !I. will taL.umon ,, : two IIIIoKlr"l of .'h 'k. on** -Jvr $1;-

;;- r aviate It. fitly"erenTno Tirre dollar. pt'1'1.0n'-a1Jove- month to reestablish the Bcrv, Deaths 3y Poisonous Fumes Caused b.y Burning (tIlt( ) and and( anothei" for $I I, (tI)
than
a and Twelve
,,1 JI" ..Men and women fought the elaz; the prices which are now prevailinfor Inutalla. Thirty One Cases Asphalt The democratic nominee for governor -
Ice and a temporary
t, for hours but despite the aid of a favorable I immediate delivery All rurna..ecompanleK lion, will require even a considerable! length In. That City. St. Joseph Mo,-HH tnt* t thlrU nf Nt'v_York his cndori-ed! ( tho

t change of the wind little are quoting this year Iron of time Manila, P, Thlityone cases of lye and forty men were overcome by attitude of Go\ernor IliiKhes on the '

.-... progress was made. at $13 per ton and car lots. dt'liverywltbln ; The origin of the fire Is believed to cholera have been. reported In' this' imoke In a fire which destroyed grand raceancf thebetting laws, and ,

it&., Citizens of the town, terrified by the week bring $13.50: per ton, have been due to a short circuit IIi city in all and the death record; up to Swifts Packing plant! In South St. has favored his xenerul le-foim policy '(J' ." .
li2 the fierce menace, have decided teak No. 2. foundry. Tbe aggregate of sale limo Is twelve ,
asserted also that It may have bOJenof the piesent loeeph I Thus by Ills lIomln lon 1ra'e
m Davidson to call out the.1s .on. for delivery during the last quarter incendiary oiigln. but nothing ai A free baud has been given the 'AI.xaliderMl18on., foreman of the I tracks In Now York are

" sin slate troops to aid. In saving tin f of this year U so large it Is given out, yet has been found to prove. this. health bureau "lir. its campaign!; againstthe I South -SI Joseph) Hose company, went I defeat In tjjelr efforts to habllate no

town. "- that there Is necessity for blowing li employees when they disease and one hundred .addition Into the building on the first"floor,, I who Is elected \
fire'Is"a freh one and is not j the' furnaues. which about Telephone, ,waist'before ,mater '
are started
The I alt- t ,' first discovered the flames tried U al inspectors- were 'out on a jlng a rope about-hla Chargestrands''t the polls In ;
of the forest fires.wbicb in condition.'I. : of the sanitary had but en-I
continuation extinguish ''them but were forced Uuoslst systematic investigation crlng. He proceeded' a the election'held IJiUtlle Hock Ark.,
last week did so much damage. The; An electric truck,Us movements absolutely : :! on account of'the volumes- conditions of the 'cltj*. The ,bU. llstance when 'the firemen- when that city was voted "wet," despite "

-. forests are like tinder owing to tbe controlled by wireless dec black smoke and the pungent fuiaei, reau Is devoting every effort to' the heard him fall. '_ ._ strenuous. campalRli of ,

'l ;continued droughts,' and the flames trio waves, :nsni been Installed In'the' from theburning utta percba.; Ji work. of stampIng' out) the plague before 'eyattempted to pull him .out/but,' loon people have been filed 'anU-s& "

..Jhreatell.,1o.COD8W them entirely* I yards of, the Unhtn Pacific railroad a short time the flames enwrapped It gets a grip: on the city. The 'he ro]broke. Harry Davis one of' by the leaders In the prohibition "

, i Fearing the fate that befell Gagen I Omaha where Its peratlona startle the entire five atones and wen churches and schools are cooperatingIn Swift CO'S. firemen went to the movement. 1

and Woodboro. tbe mayor ot Rhine- the uninItiated. Mafrv people are through the room leapIng I this work general movement to eeeu of Mason and when he reach- be'had setcralenrs ('
Milwaukee to send a I bursting of the disease bav'n outside with the unconcsious Thai been ago t't
! lander requested startled to see the motor truck. at like ,blast furnace check the spread ed the
skyward a
4k tire engine to protect the cltaL. and an tached to several other trucks, heav. -_.- -, . : ; bee on foot by the authorities nan he 11'1 himself prostraled Both I an_ attorney for the Standard Oil Company ",
f
engine, half a' mile of boa* and ail Ily loaded, start along the racks or; AIRSHIPS ACROSS OCEAN. and the health officials declare men are In a critical condition Hum 'ederaf, terminatng service of that before concern the, -

f truck soon were on the way on a special suddenly stop without any apparen % that they are not alarmed. but are InM asphat produced'a poisonous gas
- -- but that such employment had nothing
H\ that the city will be thoroughly overcame the remen. ,
train. cause making its way through' eb'g Predicted bt'S. confident
The tire started In the woods In the unattended Trip In Elghte.nHOurs cleaned up and the plague situation '. I.I ja --da with mailers I.endlnl In con-
yards .__ Thomas A. Edison. JAIL : 5reB8 or In whlcji the r.dl'ral government ;j
within IN
reached control :
.morning and quickly under complete .
early
the terms of the will of H. L,
11: By klt Lake City. Utah.-"Within live mostSo BATE was Interesled, Is the substance "
I
Ici' Oaten and Woodboro.'"valiantly Men. to women save Hewitt filed at Alpton, N, Y.. the bull jcaisXalrslUps will be carrying pas ten days or a cholera fortnight cases at have been At St. Petersburg. Florida. Coat Livesof or a brief statement made by United )
children fought far the '
4 and of the estate valued at $32,000, wai sengersN cross the ocean'tn eighteen lheKllllpinds. Two Men., I mates Senator Foraker In answer to

'", 'i.,.their. homes but without! avail.:, left to_foreign and..home! missions under hours, -i JwiK:1mndred miles and boor confined almost. exclusively to 'St. Petersburg, Fla,-rln a desper- I he charges made ,by William Ran. .

RECORD(: :AGAIN BROKEN. the control ot the American Bail- Aerial fllghtV..wlll be ,commercialized --- ate battle at the jail here, Countable lolph Hearst In Columbus

) .. tlst Horn Mission society and the \ killed by an un ....
!in that time. SBOFHlSSLD ITS IIARK E.; A George was Democrat. 's presidential campaignn
.4 -Wllb"'?-WrlgM 8t.y.dIn the Air Over American Baptist Mission union.In "The' North Polwi can and will breached mown .Jallan. who was -.In turn Greater New York had Its advent '

;, Minutes. a boiler explosion In the Laura In a forw elght.hour' trIp. As.sesain's tiled Fletcher I ----
Ninety Ten-Year-Old Girl Was Victim of when'\ William J. Bryan, at a man.
t Lemans, France.-In tbe presence of mines at Alx\ La Chapelle, Franco. The perfected hellocopler will be able Bdllet.Columbus" Upon arriving here from ampa. I neetlDR.!' under Ihe auspices of Tarn- <

the offleta.ls- the French Aero Club five men were killed and a score Innred. to encircle the globe In ., week." tbe Italian practically took charge of many Hs.ll spoke before 10,000 enthu.lastic '

of Sarthe and a wildly cheering crowd J( These statements were made by Ga-A bullet fired In an tbe home of Captain Tuttle. The po- I Ile people who filled Carnegie '(

,, numbering 10.000, Wilbur Wright the Thomas A. Kdlson the inventor. In attempt to assassinate T. J, Haden a were summoned and the man and overflowed Into the streets. V .

American aeronaut-, tured the Wa.hincton. the course,of a talk on aerial navigation. farmer at his home. four miles west I to Jail. After arriving at the Hal %J I

,world's record from his brother, Or. General OTttley of tlu! ) of this city, missed Mr. Haden and Jail the Italian made an attack On In declining the challenge of Honorable '
Surgeon .
ownedby his ten year-old daughter El- John Temple Graves vice
his "Neither the aeroplanes now ftlruck onstable- George pre
with flight In pow.
vllle Wright a the
erful machine of hour thtrty-one army has announced aupolntnreni the Wright brothers nor any airship blitxln the abdomen. She died from i Shots In the Jail-.attracted citizens denllal 'candidate on the Indepen- ".'

one seconds, covering of George! Dawson Heath Jr. o'f Lan built along thaj principle nor the wound. and when the police wentto the scene lence party ticket for a Jcflnt debate ''
I
fr minutes In that and time fifty-one an actual' distance of caster. S. C., as a first lieutenant Ii along the Idea of the dlrglble bplloon The father*and mother were seated they were 'attacked by, the Italipn. In Luisille. Honorable John Worth

_nearly sixty-one Lbe medical reserve corps. Mr. Heath will ever be of practcal use or success on the porch, at the time an?* the child everal 8bot were fired' and finally emocratc vice presidential
,8 kilometre*, or;
mfles. .. recl'ntlvpok' the examination ,for s commercially," he !said. was; In the hail ot the house. I the Ore company was called out and andldate : '-1 have pleasant .

. Ll, Owing 'to the r cent accident at lieutenant. place and was successful. "Thr lIueeasfmachlqa- must be No clew is Known to the assassin layed 'a stream of water on the Infu- memory of the l long conversfUon with '

Fort Myer. the trial for the MIchelin Orders bate been Issued by thctavy automatic, In operation. The human yet.. though the officers. : are making a, I rlate Italian After two hours of you In July ,We agreed perfectly ..onverythlng r "

for the distance covered department transferring AIBU part of It must be reduced to mere Hllgent search. x S fightIng ,and the exchange of a dozenr except baptism, and that .
greatest
s cup. aeroplane In 1908. and the aero ant: Naval Constructor R. P. 8en lat ,' mechanism, aa In the case of the automobile M. V. Culpepper of Glratd Ala., was more shots. Policeman Fletcher Is no longer the paramount issue ,
; by an of shooting at J down the Ital- Come! and visit me at.Indlanapolls, I ,'
club prise of ".000 for the longest ach t from duty at Norfolk to Charles and steam engine. Otherwise irrested on suspicion succeeded In shooting .

-l flight over an enclosed ground attracted Ion. Hj9 will not report at C:::arles- the dream of skimming the cjouds Haden. The two bad a fight recently I..I romlse you,a goO time.

Interest. ton. however: until October must ever remain a' dream." and bad feeling existed: between them
Intense
: Cancel Insurance on Gins Another feature besides the talking .
An appeal 4o the supreme court of machine with records of the
I' ; NINE VESSELS OVERDUE.Or he United St$tes has been orderedy Woman Shot Fourteen Times. UENBY BL UN" JR., ELECTED. I Quit man. Miss.-People' in this see- candidates, has been added speehesof t the)

.. Attorney General Bonaparte1 to be tlon are Very much wrought up over oveltles the presidential camaignythe '

t ;; at Btorms SwespCo.et and Fear tall en from the recent. decision of tbe West Plains, Mo.-John Roberta ;hosen President of Association of the. alleged night riders who have ; o democratic naUona ._. '. ,

.- --- 1rciiitduurtOfiPiadC1sOfl5de'lai1g sndbiawifeTeMfttddSbari.fldseveraLdepullesina --------F4rst-Clau--PoetmasUrs.----------- "e eeopatmgiotheiouthiricjartbfile.countiy. ommlttee, which iij I

4 ---Filt--f Crews. the commodity clause of the etDQr..tL..A.&hnear \ ....Chattanooga. Tenn.-At the closing; .:-- -. -- -- - l. _J. Bral-k .
--NewYorCit'N1n..h4t'eareoverdue -unAitUoa1Tbrief e lesslon of the national convention of mo"nccu1oW1tam .
;
lepTiurn"act Prestonla when the officers attempted The matter became more serious -
in this port and fear is felt > will be prepared oy Special First Class Postmasters, Toledo, Ohio. ",hen It was learned that some of the thrown upon Lbor canvasses at .political

in- tripping-circles that'some ofthem Counsel L. A. Wilmer and will be pre-) to arrest Robert. for killingThe was selected as the next place of lurance*companies had notified their leetlngs all over the country. When '

t may' have foun ered- in the great gale tented to the supreme Court at th6 Kesslnger. As a result the worn. neetlng. In the. election of officers tents to cancel their polities on cot.ton the pictures show Bryan speaking the \-

i that is raglag on the Atlantic. Details o tober term.In8peetor in and Sheriff,Mooney are mortally orthe ensuing year Henry Blun. fr., gins in this district andldate's voice will be bear from .,

:fr .'"or IB years the great were storm brought called to port the by worst officers ! Harrison 'In charge Of wounded, and Roberts- and two depu- of lent Savannah.; B. M. Morgan.Ga; was' New chosen York presl-city Fraud On Large Scale. day the phonographic address. record Lot

\he Washington division of poatofflcc hurt. Sheriff Moo- F. G. YVlthoff ,
tle8 seriously president
and passengers of the Hamburg- are tint vice ; ; Pa -Dr. George Mor-
t.I.Ametican;: line Deutchland A terrlfflc nspectors baa received a telegram icy was shot by the woman it is said. Jay ton, Ohio. second vice president; | phiadelphIa. was arrested at a Governor Haskell of Oklahoma
i' rom Inspector J. B. Robertson -at 1 d. R. Slier, Lincoln Neb, third vice I treasurer of the democratic national -
gale with the velocity of the wind fluctuating Roberts and his wire defended the j ominejnt hotnl here on a fugitive
between seventy and eighty Cewport News. Va. stating, that lie When resident; Isador ,obel. Erie; -pa-H,.arrant from New York charging amtnlttee, has announced that mlscel- ' ,5
the had caused 'thearrest of James T. building for hours under flre. ourth vice president; R E. Wooda, 'laneOJ contrlbutlons to the campaign \ -
down
miles an hour swept on big hIm, with false pretenses. It la ,alleg- <_ ,
ftc -rllner-on: voyagerantl-contln\ieit-for ileed-, assistant postmaster atthat' .he door was-broken.dowtt. Mrsr KoVsrts. xjulsvllle. Ky., fifth vice president; I I that h .-secured $ by means fund ranging from ft t0'lOO- arebe fr .

if '"el&ht hours and left as suddenly aa It >lace on the charge of embezzling: suffering from fourteen wounds. D. 'C. Owen Milwaukee, Wls,,' treasJ J l fradulent.notes, 6QO.00_ Ipg received at tbe rate of $ :v ,"

appeared.DETEIH1NLD. '16.440 of the posts funds sas found dying. irer. I da"y 1

J.PI.. Edwards chief clerk ef the : Tars at Vatican. William Randolph Heart, In a '
'" (S TTT HUKDEL general; freight trafflc manager of the I II Bonelll Brought Back. ,tZE'iSELF ON FIRE,/' Yanke Dcech at Atlanta, Ga:, stated that Mr. '."

IcJuthern railway, with headquarters I Woman Pours Oil on -Her Dress and Home Italy.-The pope received in ryan had asked him to support the t
F. BonelJI a .
Blackmailers Four Times Attempted I J JJew York Clt7.-A. from "
Iin Washington has been appolnte.1! Applies Match audience seventyailorv the amocratlc ticket In election, and <'
\Il
to Kill Man and Family. ormer banker of Cleveland. Ohio AmerIcan battleships Maine and Ala- In the v:
Tered to support
to commercial: agent for the ,Southern, Mobile Ala.-Lying on a cot, In the Heart
receive
1 New- York C1ty.-Fa1l1ng had railway at Birmingham Ala. barged with the theft of $20,000 baa 1IIIty hospital here Mrs Mary Hradord bam; stitch are at Naples Tho pon.uer. liz' campaign If he would support ,

i ;the sum.of $2,000, they demanded irrlved here as a prisoner on the the wife of Captain John Brad- i ., who Is always Interested in sea- the democratic ticket In this cam- .
'
well-to-do real
of Banta Reba a estated..len of JUstloe has been
The department
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learner Afghan Prlnewfrom Sao-pa'\l\ ord a retimd shipmaster is dying- men. pleasure at their palgn, Mr. Dryarrdenles havTHg
'5, blackmailers for the fourth ,_ goIng ,expressed mae '
of tbe of between -
time Ina month sought to kill him idvlsed capture 10. Brazil* "'Bonelli was a steamsbip rom burns about her head and body, J tart ..... ... Eight of the men such a proposition to Mr. Hearst. ,,

and his family by setting fire to his thIrty and forty seal poachingJapanse Icket agent and private banker. deal ''c&L- d by her own hands. Mrs. Brad- kl8sed the pope's ring and received'1 Rev. W. A. Cuddy, a migratingevanJL,- ,'- '
> with two schooners within three particularly foreign exchange ord poured kerosene ,oil over her: him medak Tie atandIng I '
home.. Extraordinary measures were In. rrom a pope attacked Taft and the republl-.
taken.:'.to.prevent their escape Includg niles of the-lImit off St. Paul Island I' In Cleveland. He, disappeared June lothlng:: .and applied a match The among* them made a most kindly I I Ieht.party In a speech at' Hyattsvllle.- -J > ,

'" to.w1rIpg.Mt.ill|. tl)0)" ouLatde..400ra r&ft revenue. cutter Bear........made__thaptur ". 11& last. _Con>paljiUcamesoanalier! iromaaj-an .Intolihe BtreeLtOrJullya'l apeecb; in which he thanked them:'for- "allalut.-ad '

':'001 tbe hone..All the Iamt1ymUtJsve *. The men were taken to Val.: ot the failure of remittances to react 'lock 'before she their ,visit and prayed that 0 would &o-crclate'a-pr'. : ,se

perished If a neighbor; bad not dlscovD Lee for. trial. Several hundred skins Italy, where Bonelll, claimed to have 'I ere and her flaming dress extinguishd. ; reward them with His grace. ton. .I;
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7rBLUESTOCKING anted conscience ..
"The sudden apparition :of Sir ,J:* MReverae. OD O

.A ; at the very instant when 1.", sore Ifcrocfl! Is a ,

Felix: : Broufihtou, Is murmuring. tin< ,

confidences' >into the ear of Sir Toil" .. dangerous malady

Severn*,'* nromlsetl\ wife causes lii.: I I ,
: { no embarrassment { & 1 birtyou dorfU' need ''to "

; = \ A frightened little cry' from Misnardcastle. .


t .;; ROMANCE |a REALITY: j' brine the 'truth.- ber home guilt-stricken to his mpra. pep ace,_I I I Road Building in the South.- ,f tie a sock around' ..C ''

t c .ccptlona be>;ore h*' has bad time to .ur.vejrj neck to .I
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; In discussing your
.:. -.r. : ". .. thematerial aspect of things 'I editorially the eon ire

_y"M.M.MNN.MM/.. .__ u u u" C__ _ =_ __'0", MMM_: _: .J thl'ougl>.,, "" ,\ 8';,,.AncLo..tbe..JJlQoj'mentwltbtbe Viet leasing system Georgia in The- u ., _
I" : l I""k, the volowtef 111.1"Bun ol August 3you.tregs your belief
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BY Miss ANNIE EDWARDS.. ... .n !,, ; commonplace nocencA be bit 'upon. on' appropriate !I prisoners that Is the road best making employment-t may.,, for interest .. *2BALLARD'Sv .I

-CHAPTER t n. i Worth speaksg your readers to know that the V
: > "If tbere Is any! shade SNOW .
'I ,
find thirty. His dress the, cut of his authorities bf Fulton County, In .
Continued.The of you shall be the mountain 'and 1
bloade mustache-ihe-tactot..hia.rat: :' whte1t AtI.atLiittuated atake..thotame '. '
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one l'lAdf her Ureic r"sec--; M'abum ,'btherwiao i"We -- ; bl-NiMENT: : -
tying a white umbrella. a protection I view, For several years Fulton
Bud lover, -a'saecond'ahapwreek, for hare been driving half over' the
from the sen, .lead ;you to class him, i County has keptt.> prisoners at road j ogi mm mg gm gm 1
Daphne! and during the past two island cries Miss Hnrdcasjtle. actuallyibetrayed
hours, she has been keeping stealth ,_at a' glance, as a Continental. English- Into the !Indiscretion of ex-I.maknr| and!.lc now alAs...PLO..mllea.oL WilleurotUatlhraat In. .ah m -ordor.:_ m, __ : e"-- i"t

watch over a certain pair of,-figures map, but of what' partiCUlar'peu'l casing herself. ."At last:'I rememberedthe 1;well built macadamised roads which 1 BalUrd'a Snow Liniment penotraltoa, the pores, promotIng .
.would be bard to ., centre free circulation tho jnusolea .
(bapplly unconscious of her scru' name of your trlend' house-Fief-' at Atlanta like the 'spokes giving more elasticity: ?' ,
I
tiny) as they stt.c od together la the "Marry This .de-la-Ueine-fa it not And the peop'lethere I I a wheel In-the hub General Cliffs .CUTS.SPRAINS. BRUISES.
fit.: I
disdainful t
with :
who
speaks, a Anderson, a leading business of ROUNDS
loitered directed to the beach and- man : CURES
'sunset on .the beach or .carl: of the lip-a disdainful Inflection 'I' us Atlanta who Is officially connected OLD SORES. STIFF JOINTS; .
through the soft gray shadows of the we have been-looking for you- }
S' lu clear metallic "voice. BURNS AND ALL PAINS. _
the slightly ,
I with the _
great road building,work of 4
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farm garden.; i f I "And hare been unexpectedly successful
Tou: have always 0111- Fulton wthhiy
"FlefKie-In-Relne Is no place for talk in our ccarch" Cousin County recently told me that .'
says
'That it was hard to see of what use j i I this work had In eVery proved GAVE IliSTANT'RELIEP. ,
= way
continues 'betore'young
.. of wedding rings, she with Felix calmly all this I
'II quick glance at DnphneW'fece. "As married- men could be !in the scheme of Severne has uttered a word. "Allow the best for' the prisoners as well as :: Stone Provo, Utah writeaf "I baTe need BaMatd's'Snow ', 'i

._ long, as we -confine our reveries: to potato.cropa things. Well we ere most of us queer of ine to offer you my arm Clementina' for the County. Most of these prisoners Llnimont for NeuralgiaToothaoho and Bore Throat.,I 1 1Spld
from th
'and heifers we shall do studies, perhaps, +tt, point I ris the question of shade seems. decided' are negroes accustomed to out which upon application gavo mo Instant relief. I can ieoom.amend I
.. view. 1 think you, uiy; dear At all| : : door life. .Imprisonment witBln It ob bolnff, the boot Liniment I have over uaod In curing \
'wei1T; bank is
events, nre"not a fitting person to de '' The steep brick i I pain caused from<< Neuralgia, ,"etc." n- ....
walls tends to ruin their health \ ,'j'
after
"But .Flef' -de-la-Relne is hot Europe At last, a good many abortive '
. ," says the girl, in her suoduedvoice. cry marringe"r / starts and .forced halts and unexpected I' while the outdoor life' of road buildIng .. > PRICE 25c; ,5Oc:,ANt> $1.00 ? 1\\
I think we came to a decision some under offlcla) o n rot and maintenance i iI
(i\ ', "TIIl'reIrQ people In the world avalanches of sand., the descent- i- I I
trnie ago/ thatthere was one subject '
Is beneficial to them. The
!beside us-people for whom the word accomplished I
life' has still a meaning./ Sir John of which you and I 'would never speak' Miss II a rl1c-a Ue'qll1tB Felix Broughton's I county owns Its rock qu/ rrles. its Ballard Snow Liniment! Co.
untilit, was forced : us My mar
upon and"
!Stone'crusblng plant its road 4
Severn, for Instance: lie tae "been arm I,
rlag "-the ('ll"a1'011"" falters a- bit1"can making machinery It therefore 500-502 North Second" Street. !,
does
lelllug .!Up about"-It the voice falters, The lovers divided during -the.lapse ,1t,
Bile steadies It so promptly that even have no connection", It the whole of three cruel years", stand facto face. not -have to buy anything from .out ST. LOUIS MISSOURI. '4
wide world with you side. 4i)0/ )i
Aunt llosle does not detect tile weakness - They shake hands Cousin Felix' look.I About prisoners are keptatworkand
-'ueeibly--tbat' 'tv rtlie filet
-"ubou the lady he Is engaged* to' : I 1 hij); nn wltii the.()ii iiiiifPllt.J'-hi; <1 ni;: '"- thectfst of good! road. ;:'"
has made think o'f
that me opening
murr)'. A 'Hiss Ual'<1ca tle." ii'oft fl.-i:I 1<144H* most tf'ntl'rnal-exprE's-' : Is about $3500 a melee 'Which in. m:
domestic happiness account on my own I I Recommended
eludes and
much heavy 'by
Theodora Vanslttirt looks round, beimif." I sion: !In tlul-w.o'rJ.1."rbi'y-aon't-ftnd one grading

with a jump from her' backgammon There is a little pause atter....thls; i syllable: to say. I It Is proposed to continuo -this For Sale at RQBERSON'S DRUG STORE. ,
work
TV: "Hordca tll'! Well' I protest this is Is. thin the' beginning/ of the end? by crops roads connecting the

one of the most curious things Imaginable. then: "ClptI1111111l1101'1tetll! to introduce me," lines radiating from Atlanta until
"It would be asking too much: exclaims : r
It did not occur to you, I suppose remarkMr.. Brougbton coming, forward Fulton County' shall save 60p miles KISSIMMEE
child, to Inquire if slit- came'at the girl's voice, petulantly; "it 'I : , with Ills.little nlr of genial/ suavity of thoroughly good roa"ds. Many of '
would< be trenching on ground too delicate the leading people of the South .
the Dinortien 'tandlyT'"I a lmnd outstretched. "Or perhaps men
.
inquired! nothing," Daphne 'answers for an outside observer", to Inquire II slip tlilhks it lit a case in which intro- j who have glveityeari of study to the

a little wear.;ly. "But !It you are the name of your intended" ? I cl ret ion .is sti erflnoos. How are :you, I subject, believe that every Southern RIVER E01:7TE.: .

curiuus in the matter. Aunt Theodora, "I put., much" the same question" to '' .Sevcriie? Welcome! back from India. State should put its dbnvlcts! to workin ,

you will have un opportunity of In- myself to-day. 'I Warm, rIt! not?" building a great sjsttem of public .- ,

vcstlKiitliig It IH first hand. Miss HacdraKtle. : "To 'ourMl'lt-wbnt absurdity! "Very warm.1' repeats Sir John laconically highways. A number of counties In STEAMER LILLIE STEAMER JlOB AD.&. .''f-j

Is coming/ over from London Inn "At' breakfast; limiting my speculations ,I and, iMibmlttlnpr 'to, rather other State :have been doing/ the Captain Clay-Johnson Sr Captain Clay Johnson.Jr.. iJi.l'Ular

"friend's' yacht, It seems, before Sir for form's sBkito the company 'I Ilian at-reptlng the proffered hand same work which Fulton County is weekly trips to Basslnger-! return -Roseada leaves Klsdea: !!
_
Natur&liy. but for Jornlng- :
'-John Severne leaves Jersey:' present. \ axed Lad hllk... "Yon arrived, In Jersey this pressing with such vigor. Throughout fc>e Wruesday morning and arrives Klsslmmee Friday evening; 1o.L.-'4-i5.
ham I would have on vLydla.
".\n.l I have no" doubt will prove to n1o'ning. I conclude, Clem Miss. Harden the South there Is a great aw kenlng Charter f-
r. ." Special Trips to Lake Okee obee and Fort Myera on the UI11L 'K
ire the daughter of my very oldest htle?" to the need of good roads, and .
Comfortable'accommodation'
friend," cries poor Theodora to whom "That goes without .saying. Yon forget He had thought of her as ClcmentirradnriiiR millions are being expended In this for passengers. !Katss" reasonable.The ;i'.. 1t

the words "yacht" and "London" perhaps, that Lady l.y<1III's greatest ; their thl'pJ'111'8 of betrothal; work but so great Is the area of that most picturesque Waterway In Florida A1\1 1'\

wound like delightful echoes from some charm Is-:Mr. Jornln cbon.." as riempiitlnn ban written her love section that road building is a more For Passenger and Freight Rates apply to ]

liigher:!... sliMe: of existence. "I knew "Afterward, cowing down with a letters. liopoful, despairingardent, I serious problem than in more densely CLAY' JOHNSON' BRV" Proprietor.

them In Dublin;.., we were quartered (trash from 'the Ideal to the actual and gradually cooling, by the score Yet settled sections Onboard "IJ11U. Kfeslmms. TU

there together-arid a pair of the most earnest' 1 thought-You need not look I now that hop is so near fruition now One reason advanced by some"ad. .

elegant, creatures they wero, Captain no scornfulny poor child I am perfectly I (hat they are' to lie married in August vacates of using convicts in road a> '

and the' Honorable, Mrs. nardca tle.01' In.earnest. I nnd
Harrington/ ? Now I think of It, I "Scornful? I? How wonderful one's Into each other's eyes: the fumlHar injury to labor by prison made .

liclleve the name must have been lliir- face must belie one at times!" ...< I Christian: name refuses to leave his goods. Moreover, the scarcity} of labor Model a.

'rlngton./ At all events' these chance! "-ThAt I could not do better tban'think I lips Anil during the, last day or two In the South in times of ordinary ,

meetings are most charming/ unexpected of Agatha, de :Mauley." i he has scarce been able to restrain prosperity would .make It very dlffl. .

flowers along life' dusty way "A widow." himself from! calling Mrs.! Chester cult to "find men for road building I

elde! If novel writers were to set' down "I adore widows." "Dnplme.' ") j without drawing them by higher leathen.Marriages

halt the romantic things that actually (Under the shelter of the rock beneath I "Yes," answers' Cousin Felix, upon wages from the farms and industrial

happen the critics might well call theirsituations" Mrs Chester colors Sir John !I whom nil the onerous burden of taiknTg Interests where they are so badly .
-- SCVCTOP- --i.mldng--.fljrolal'ly-Jllfte--.' neededr - .Ey Maud-c
overeolored"l iTOTijlr..1J11 t with gr7Rre7 tWeri : n-1 U.tOll--B'W"----u;
core not what romances go on In countably 111 at his ense.' ) -- .,. I. i urn over from the otn! 'r Island, So great -Is the interest i throughout Z"

,the world," says Aunt Moshe, rising "A woman who has been already I Jersey-no. eyhelp me, Clementina. the South.in road building street !Improvements '

and resting her' hand kindly on married: proceeds the voice masculine., I i you know I can never remember : and municipal undertak. more one studies the problem ot marriage the more plain

r Daphne's shoulder, "so long as we keeplenr with slow: emphasis' -"n woman who :I which Is which. At nil events we" ings that the work now under way it become that many of the heathen Ideas Oh .the sub,

<- of them. Romances are dellghtCul.affairs has been once -trained' bowver badly ran over" from the other 'place"this and that which Is being planned will THE are/ infinitely superior to ours. Ons-ofthe dream of"

I have no doubt-to everyone In the WilY whercln-sbc should! go. must I, morning. JornlnRhnm found out from I represent an outlay of probably t reformers,'Instance--la the-endowment"of-motli=+.

but the people who enact the prominent have gained some rudimentary knowl i, some' .fmlpR bly interestedpjlot, .no $100.000.000. In this work Maryland They..regard It as a Utopian vUIon' of tho:far lu'M:

.:. ---- parts." "- i 'l l edge of the art of dining. If the first doubt that .the tides would suit for I leads with a recant bond Issue not likely to be fulfilled' ., for'years to come. Among the

.. Daphne is silent.. .- husband -bos.a temper she has probably ' longer and hurried ,us off: 'In tbe.Yl'rYej ft $6.000,000 fon,the building of 800 Mohammedans this dream I. a reality;,,. The maintenance ot. ..
,_", '\4 '. been drilled to putting on her bon- middle of Our breakfast, Capital 1 to 100JX.miles of main lines of roads children ,devolves fco exclusively:;on' the father that tbo '- -

;' ,," CHARTER :111. ' net 'wjttf' 'dispatch.: Two Cardinal vlr- low JorulnghauiT you,know him, te"I' through the
I' P' r' .. tiles. This brings/ us to .a question of erne : :' Baltimore Is spending-/ and preparingto ,importance of her service to'the state in:rearing heaUhy citizens 'Is .thus
::41".R; alJtJ'ii' ;,. .... .: .,. *"" recognized .- ''"1- .
.' '' '' .the late Mr de Mauley's temper!:! ""I .remember hearing.; LadY sLydleJorningham spend $26,000.000>> or more on in" the most practical'mannerWe ;, /
Three days pa'ss"by.. On the fourtljcomes "Do you know what I am thinking". hear a-gaodudeal ofagitation' about the condition
,. had a husband." 'I decks;sewers, street paving; etc. The nowadays maklnlf.
a telegraphic" : message informing cries the girl Impatiently. "I am, whole of divorce equal to both sexes. tha this done.
'hasreached : -"Precisely, the very man, and an excellent -' South has caught'the spirit ol Among ghawanesn already -
Sevjprne that bis mistress- thinking that every month every' hour fellow, too t In his quiet unobtrusive municipal Improvements such as sewerage An unfaithful husband can bb turned adrift by his wife who--retainsalibisproperty.

Guernsey Eightundfortyliours live, grow more and more Thejj one belief and mkedrunkenne.r also offense for
you you v> av. but crazed on the core I systems water works, street go an
perhaps less," Miss Hardcastle foolish." 0 of list Ah!" a sudden animation paving and schools and other public which divorce "csu be obtained. .
I
land islands her friends will\ give to the smaller "I know it At two-nml-thlrty years' brightening his bOI'PlI'olce as the' face buildings, while State and county 'authorities The savage tribes whom we. strive to convert have apparently a much ';

if and arrival' then' -Sir John may look of age I am fool enough' / still to carry a i I of a pretty woman, the face of Daphne, I are vigorously working for clearer idea of the real basis; of marriage, the end for which-It was ordained b

: or their Jersey' heart' about with me, sonTewhere.' II comesvlthlii raiigo.of.Jjp_eyeglass, i better roads. This Is simply the nat than we. who seem to marry for almost every other reason than the deslr I+

The last day has come, and as "A heart' !" she repeats mockingly. what have we here sketching?" I ural result of increasing wealth, and for children. With savages the offspring is the main purpose of wedlock.

. .Y. -;-usual the lovers (I mean circuntttauces the people "A heart' that beats for Agatha 'de Sir John Severne's" coloV-box, overturned it Is the best indication of how rapidly Married couples In some tribes do not live together at all until shortly before *rt

.' .... [who under" no possible : Mauley!" his pencils and sketch' book, the South's wealth is growlngI .- or sometimes actually after the ,birth of the first child and in some cases,the' ,

,. must ever the be lovers) are spending it "Of course', It you choose to say so." lie on the wet sand.! Daphne with I Richard H. Edmonds Editor Manu I marriage Is not binding until a child is born. Aiuong others a childless'wife

..,_ together' ; hour, four of tbe'afterrtoon the' "A designing creature' old enough to senses) ostensibly fixed "oil {he distant facturers' Record. In the New, York can at any time quit her-husband but may Dot' "againVestermark; :'"Is .,

ellcb; the scene by a shady spot consent upon hast be your grandmother, and fast extrav. sen. sits half In light, half In shade,' I Sun. Authority, but l Cannot recall the names of the tribes from memory.! ., 'These'-

h. -' wllch common agent enough-not I should be sorryto beneath" the rock; her yellow hair glistening -'I' poor heathens recognize It win be seen, that children are-the-chief -tie-the-
, n'l atelier.
to be called SU Job
-t.---= -=grown- afternoon siesta finish the' romparl ou. Married to f In the.lIun. her girlish figure I Most Keep' Up Ronds: only real bond-.-that unites' man and woman permanently short;";that, ; .l
f"anli1teI1'Jollngohls '" '
:Agatha; de-1\I u1eyou'would; -be- In Hooking more girlish than Its wont In "marriage, Is rooted In family rather than family In marriage" y
upon his mother's lap, Sir John laily 1 According to a recent ruling of the - ...
jail both of you in a fortnight, .Now. the plain cotton gov,-that forma sottrong ,.
'' sketching in a group of weed-grown l Postofflca Department farmer desiring1 ,
;\"!, !}boulders for the foreground of a plc- if you were to turn, your -thoughts to I I a contrast to the silk attire, the to continue to receive mall by ru e
Mattte Rivers--" I drawn back skirts, the train rt
taken of and her fan-shaped llver must It that the
: !iture already Daphne I I ral 'd see to
"Aged twenty-nine' emancipated to of Miss, Hardcastle. Little Paul rosy
little eon I condition of their roads Is maintainedat
,+ Alas, If he works lazily he Is think- the extent of living alone In chambers still from sleep stands barefooted a high standard to enable carriers Must A

tag hard; counting with miserly greed suspected by her enemies of the most finger: on Intently watching the newcomers to deliver mall with ease and'facility. Judges [ot13e
advanced theology and by' her friends at his side.
::every look from the soft lucent hazel I, This ruling should succeed In awakening ,

'eyes, every smile from the sweet lips, of the very heaviest' flirtations and ..tI I "We were Just-that Is. I was sketch- the farmers In many 'sectionsto

:that: after today shall be as nothing the present moment collecting materials I, Ing In .the foreground: ," says Severne, I the necessity of keeping/ up their ,Swayed by!the Mob. .
for a three-volumn' novel) It is a ,
," / to him! betrayed in his turn Into the weakness'!I I ronds. Not only will it be-a benefit

...b. "Next to the performance of ones curious tact the speaker remarks, deliberately I'I of an excuse. "One seed /such wonderful I I to them In the more speedy deliveryof -..-
', .i like man carefully ransacking -
H
,, f duty, the best thing/ is-one's well- effects among! these Jersey" rocks". their mall, but the hauling of crops Ey Judge J. Otis Humphrey, '
the storehouse of his thoughts I
'-earned rest after duty. Thus speaksa "Charming effects, lob-truth" returns Is cheaper on a good road than on a
.-"a deuced curious fact-that all the : llllnol
pleasant, slightly drawling volee Cousin Felix, with an expreaslveglance poor one. The withdrawal 9! the rural of ..

1 i from( the bank Immediately above; so new-looking people who go about the I in the direction.of Daphne Ches mall delivery would work a \ ....r +
world In yachts should be accompanied \jo
1 close to them that IIttle"Paul bears It ter. hardshjp now that it has become su h \ .

through his dreams, and-half awakens. by a writing woman in search of materials I And then there' was .a full stop. i a necessity In the dailY life of a Com ........... HERE are many citizens whose action is such thaCthey i

'We have searched for.the man it was for n- novel. I met with pre- i Daphne country taught Daphne. Is the : .munity. so It' Is likely the farmers \ \ least allow u' to believe that they expect the Judicial'de: 1Vpartment -

our duty to search for. In vain. We cisely the same thing last autumn-" first to break the silence.' I who have this privilege Will see to It t 1\ ,1 of the government to be rue In accordance with

i give the man np. WsrBlt-doTjfii." somewhere on the Levant, was it? She rises hesitates for an Instant.welcomeround . that roads are kept up' to the standard : \ public sentiment When the day comes-let us' trust, that

D .. Daphne petpa'out cautiously--betweeu i t & a-crevice-uf rucks and s,1Indu 3eep ln7 sVmie subjects not qnlfe as ''" her 11JJr"to-Ctemrmfi e.t='k-Yiff.r5' Homo Journal - -- -....- .. \. Swerved-ird+ omelol duty by-the-dtrnor-of-the-pop ''-R -'

a discerns a lady and gentleman young. deepas Frauleln Schnapper. for In- I "Every one around Flef-de-la-Relno I \ : lace the end of the government Is not far distant No government " '

,, -- ;well) favored, and, as.she judges newly 'stance. But for generalizations' at' will ; be glad to see you Miss Hard i On the Ocean Bottom .. i.... can long survive whose Judiciary yields to the pops "., '. '

married once rapid and profound, 1 don't know I castle Sir John Severne' has told yon- j jno 'I Bitting Inside a submarine on an v ular frenzy: that followsfor moment the' mere .clamor of I

r The question Is," says voice number your equal." I !-what makes us look upon him di bottom would be no more the un'rclUlon'lns, uneducated-, !n that particular case, opinion of the public or '

N" two from tbe.banlt-just for a mot "Yes. If I bad Clementlna and a nn. old and valued' friend? Ah.(then '' ocean conscious of the you enormous/water pressure even of the pre lis. Law Is not the arbitrary creation of a majority's wHl or. .... r'

knent Sir John starts a little at the dictionary constantly at band I believe you must hear our version o.f the story. without than if you were, going of any will, but It ought to be. as we trust It ropy ever be, the w
: sound-"whether the first belt thing, Might pass muster In time" Paul come here. This is my little son, j bed. You might' rounded, well-considered justice of the state, enlightened by' the reasoningsof b"

w would be! not to perform one's duty at who but-" remain to sleep in twenty-four your own hours underwater the court which enforce It. You would hate little respect, I think, for a .i

aU.? It certainly was lens dusty at Sir John Severne springs: to his feet "For a certain high spring tide would, without coming up, using only court who curbed Its views to meet the ,popji clamor 't
rr "sea than 'we have found It amongthese. with an abruptness' that sends his never have taught me the mystery of t'
the Boat:
e al. the natural air supplied in \
... .horrible lanes" color-box.. pencils and Daphne's portrait 1 cabot .. fishing! ". Interrupts; Severne,. without feeling the least uncomfortable .., '. .. _._ -_- f --
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"But.among the lanes, my dear child, spinning! //Julckl,. "Do your best Mrs. Chester. ,- If you w\shed.\ you. 'might remain Stub End of News. I Femlnlno .',',,i.'..'_ a
fe* I[ know the" excellence of Inten-
have'been
your
,:\vo alone. loiym four or fife days, tapping the Mexico Is having guns of a new and Evelyn Thaw dented' that she had f f'
I
not'honorable but 'tis work thrown You
"Our position 1.-.J( ', CHAPTER IX. tionS away. air fi.nk as you needed a fresh supplyof powerful type built in France for her spent more than hair 01: 15',000 In
'' (vrhtspers!! ''Daphne, rosy red. "I don't wUl not succeed ,In getUDII'.M18s nard-I air In the meantime you would coast defense. the past two yes.. '
The Zclt-Geist. nstle to look upon In the I 4is
believettrey bride and bridegroom. me
Pcr nrr bunk over the torpedoes and torture Seventy thousand German troops Italla' Garibaldi; a < They are lovers poor things We have "Have y6u got any aha leamong th-j aero. ", I yourself by letting your Imagination began the great military maneuvres

r 'bo right to hear their -conversation." rocks: there" says Cousin Felik glonc-I To be Continued a I loose to your heart's content or you In Alsace-Lorraine. I ai lee b ad of lee MeteoMgttnclriikSchool '

And then fails to listening. ( again' lug lafclly down under the edge night read by electric light or play Because she refused to marry him at Rome. .;,(
'i' her umbrella, j Cubans Threaten Ecvoluton. j Etoe.JilnU shot Ills Mrs. Elfctabe'th '
IPrlth-all& D llht.t. boarding mis Hunt -JOS
checkers the
Rntnoes ol
cards or d< or .1'1I
It Is modest boast of Mr. Havana Cuba.-Conservative ora-.1 tress, Mrs. ,Anderson seriously ot Brooklyn received d7 \ ..
"Besides; there is something I have a Brough-I with coffee and at N.-T.. man'J'
serving !
I to to about ton's that no situation of life (and [:ors declared that the Liberals plan cook: you Seneca, H. C. birthday visitors and la '' '
i long/ wished speak you .was. r.mark.l: .
that be heated
: anned.. things can on
t an armed revolution in case they are I : The Netherlands Government ably. good health.Mrs. {
only I could never find an opportunity. less his friends malign.him.. be has
In lefeated at the polls i as electric furnace without causing sent an ultimatum to Venesuela demanding Esther Davis .
'I I. lntendtomalT1. teen some sufficiently complex ) -cel.bratedb.r
un'j ob much smoke and making the air
4.lJored -".troclou.I- ias-ever-put-him .hie-"guard," . the revocation ''of President llfth birthday ae th ae--Hom.'Of-th., '
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NOTICE OF ELECTION AGONWORKS



: WhiteflrCo by Fungi WHEREAS. The Levblature A of- ie; under the *

(Con.lltutlon: t*lll01\ the State of Florida did .

paw three Joint Resolutions prapoMns' amendments US'MADE;: TO 9Rp R'

flprida Arricultural Experlitiest Sl.Itloa-P- BuUrtt* No. VI-By E.W.. Sera_. lo the CemtltuUen of the State of Florida. : '

_ _. 'I ." *..nd the eame wort.airreed toby a vote of ihroeflflri Ifl I-r-L--'iJ; ; & ':E PRICES:

t.he *of all the _ban elected to each house; w- ... . .
of
:There* !t. ItiB 'tme durlnor SepUtmbeIn 'j which Is taken. Since much that the voteeon kid Joint ReeoI..t.......' were en. -u

,.: which to Introduce fungus: Tlie earl:I, miner's growth of fur.gu frequently from the, toredupoit their. ....._U". Journal, with yea j :__- C ?1 1ilM

'ler this U done the better For Intro becomeweathered or drops It i III and nay thereon, and they did, determine and dl'

'diiclng funatis use the method. ol flraf, trees before the following springy of I It. t reel. that the said Joint Rewlutloni be iubraittei ; k.iJ#!

inu the pof>s liftTinsof., ) ', the fungus. believed to be best to use plenty ., to the elector of the State at the u.n..... ElsebNmbqi1UO '" ,and..'Repair.Wor.
.. and-I&etULaaLlable&QJt : .
-mixed-IB walefagainsttherundorrisurf Tm. \ $. L ,

oe. of 'the vihUfly-InfesU leaves: troduce more next. spring introductioas Rains of I I Mow. therefore,L H. Clay Crawford. Secretary by Fi'rst-class'Workitten.

-Several trees treated with the N4 jnedlately following toward of State of the State of Florida. do hereby gte.motic < .
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Aachersoola by thin method at UeLanc. fungus a1JI'oeg.r to be conducive .that a 4 ,

; : '00 April 21 and 22 111')1:1: had nearly) getting-a. good wrowth.kiitL. Js.no. GENERAL ELECTION '. ., : .- 4
g; when
; to wait for rain sprayidown ) I
'. half of the whJtefly' larvae on then necessary ,wlll be held In each county In Florida on Tueeds

., J ..IoffOlednel -dead by4beoGlld4l -i>tXh a 'lall ..-- umTjrelTt, nvxriubceedlnv. the Art Monday InT'November. :I
; 'tiit; chlnaborry : II -Proprietor.-
following June. .Other trfea treated In of the white'1vsee A.. O. IWW, the amid Tuaeda beins- the .- . -
: and other fogd with.the ainefungus true ,
l thes&mewy and 21)) / bulletin 88), and HO stop the THIRD DAY OF NOVEMBER ,., .- ._-_. ..
at New Symrnaon November ..:. Loi.J.la..n.aiIlcatloa or..MJectIoa oLii.aaILiulnt - '
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h he- t n nfisttIon-spreftd-bytheee am.ndm.n'O'th.c.naU.; PaintImprove
'100r-ahj -.ttl'l1t"1"R.u'ttrb RcnoluUoni proposing -
OK WUITJFI.Y"HJ;: H I : t- 1
Sl'BCIKS
ol: August* of thin year Other exoerlmenu : TWO 'UNOITh& tuUuno_ U)..SUil of Florida" vix; ; ,
. have not .been equally euccess- j -.HQLMRK:: : DIFFERENT fFr.1citrull and

ful. In some instancesMm' caurfes oi( ihat the whltelly of Florida represents ' A JOINT RESOLUTION propoalnc an am.nd- r-wlll be pleased 3 mib

failure are not well understood; Inothers two distinct and easily distinguished beenestablished. mont fa Section Nine (O) of Article Five (A) of ample books to t IE..NIET .........c.... > -

I tt doubtless duff to the ex species has only recently the Constitution of Florid. relating to judicialuilarle make any .
', was however .!}}' the writer. This discovery *. decorations that
' )
There are,
. .
? _, tremedrouth. Instances In which the U of importance since it ttp1 Ha It Revolved by the legIslature. of the ntateo Drop me a card < ,
two BttOS.
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only writer one failed or to get any growth. of fun; 1 pears that the yellow) Aschersonla will,' Florida; fully furnish -

: when good lresh materialwas r not thrive 111.0'0 the species>> A, which That Section Nino C"I) of Article Five (5) of the and painting : : : .t..
all ,
ifus at has smooth! and generally I light-color- of Florida be and the -
the dates of April 21 Constitution of the State
used between e<) (eggs pupa cases which do not col. same i I. hereby amended *o a* to read\ ae follow. : Stable. !
November Zt). and i Sale
and ; ?
and adults With unmarked '
: WHKN to Al>J.'J.Y TUB Vvnift it I IH lapse whenetnptv, WE.: qEORGE A. ; ,
The yellow
those time wheo the larvae tire i whitb wings. Section Nine ((9). The salaries. of Justice of

'. a\ ( 111'111 l, secoli'd: and third Hlages ) Asclier&onift: appears :x> thrive only' the Sufrrma Court Circuit Judires and Judire uf -:r. DRAYING .- ; 1
young and abundant that llio fun ulI can be upon the other species Ml, which ban Criminal Court of Record shall be fixed by the OltLANDO. ,. ,

Most' l't"adll'V I! started. Kor woine time rough.eggs covered with niicroseop-and Umrlnlature.. and pint-Class. Wo will
of the flrnt. second i In, network of Mix-sided"ineohes, That the foreajolno1 amendment of.Section. Nine .

and past third>oungIILr\'l stages e have 'been abundant generally dark. or black. The pupa (9)(( ) of Article Five (&>-of the ConstiVutlon of Florid \ : () and Satisfactory Ser ,r J

p In whltefiylnlested trees, aivd-thcy will cases collapse when empty: and the la hereby ftICI'<'CI which the
j" of'the slit through ;
he more or less abundant edges to the elector" of the State for approval or Ta. '
aTt e continue w It adult emerged become more until about the end of November ..rejection the next general No Seessd I ,
&w folded inward into .th,' emntv case. On (II
be easy matter to horeaftor as required by Section
an *
should therefore have white u'lngs.with attnokycoored eo".tllullun.JOINT 0004 sen.. rays PHONE.. 1)3. fc \
'growth of fungus.n'ow.. Fungus The adults if Article Seventeen ((17)) of said STAND.
start a
'at time from ) area visible towards .. .: .... .... ,. I
can be" Introduced any amendmentto .. m e x*' C''' "' % 3 "
t- November exceptip the end of each fore wing, when these RESOLUTION prdp\xunic an ll's v* '

; about April till brief perloil .in Mayor nit viewed as thev tie folded on the Artic-lif' Twelve) of the Constitution; of theKtato .
during a / '
; .J perhaps ix-fore the issuing of M hf' back of the insert. These distinctiveliaracters of Florida relative to education, to be "

June, just adult w"itRllleH.L ; can l IH' made out bv the, UReof known *. Section Sixteen of said Article, oro- '

rL second brOK of of tle.> larvaewould a hand magnifier. The red Ascher,0111 vldinir for the levy of a special' tax for tmNup- ben the mule merest mu in kept the : SHOPSr
BO many nm.
that per6d be in the fourth\ and ,ll fib stages. a and the brow fungus are known port and maintenance.' the University tb, 'er9Y"'lie. ...., .... 1:
but will\ also : fiND pCHNE J
I '
lo In) Immune to In. tt> thrive on spis-iet' A. State of Florida, the Florida Female 'ollem.ta the whole Sd "t< :
when they
appear that little HIUMCBHralitht !row. u. some extent 14.1.i I least, on peUn ...Institute for the Blind. Deal and Dumb,and _eak1D8. IJon'tlOw
faction by fungus U. Normal School.IMi .. N. FUll I C!., 1
lned. )ceenber.Janue : the Colored
be att and March) are'notfa. If there is any doubt in TegaVd to it Kmolvod by the Legislature 'of the Slatef A. LOLL, Proprietor. '
February
vorable ry. for the Introduction of fungus, which sppfips. is |n-esent. send speolnens > Florid: I

probably because\: the larvae of the ttctlie' Kxporiinent; Station for Thai the ,followinv amendment, to Article : lENT FOR :
then almost all in the dvntlflcalion. It IH Important know Twelve of the onHtitution of the State of Klorlle r
are
whltefly fourth or fifth .blaifes. "" ,A'lilch tipecips. Is being d..altIth In drier to be known. Mention ". of ipid, Article bend W. W. CAR r

PRECAUTIONS 'J'O UK: TAKKN. l'..efungus to know which funguvto us'e. the name ,is hereby airreed to and shall be subnilted Gas Engines

which, is well matm-cii. This For more detailed information, write, totho .,,,,,to", of the Slate ar'the next DENTAL .

4 should be either of -a bright red or a ,41 the KxiH-rlmrnt tatlon at (Jainesille -' cuncral election of ReprcHnntattvoB. to be held in RIVERS ti11g Outfits.
for bulletin *Io*8 unci l (r of press bulS2 ......., tlon. .
bright lemon-vellow color, Ho, < "iintf I \ l he year i uq*. for tinoatiim or ; OVER "OSCCOLA
IThr as it IK tile red or the >eil I.>w Him-i| ...H I..tillll 1>141. : and 1\1>1. SkH, AI." lal) tax 11 i <,1' mill oil I Inlullur I

nf Ht taAHblirop< rty in tit\ <' Mate HhnllIH. i iI.
HOURS '
OFFICE )
r 1 luvlt ii aUljilAli. tol tliL supliorl. end niallil- RENTED OR REPAIRED f:

. TIME TO 'l ACT. nii'"< ,-ot tlu* I'liix.'r,it) '.1! til' .tttte of Kiori'lH 1 'f.I

tht 1'lorlila hVinalnCullixi.l tl'e I until tue forth* DR. E. F

H Ioepondcncc(] (] : [ ; liliutl, l-Hrninl, Duiuli not! I Ilii't oitirvil. NoriliHllllMil. I 1HUVKN; ANY DKPT1I ;
p .
J 1 :.' W hl..l010.110, J.. |I'*t
Don't Walt for the t-atal StaueH of iirfr dial It i I fijmrt d> )'ilin to tI,.* crtMjl M I' Hiiro over Orlando" I '

Kidney lllneHH Profit by K Hslmttiee theMnit 1<"""j ot t..r", ution to he Hp|>filiiL4lfliul I Co. 1 '' : I
'lin.itte. 1 ol ,itirthiUftivlit ...t MH|.hl"t.h'U-I '

: Lanier Locals. I 1'tople'n. Kxpu l..,,,,ails M <|'"IIV,] 1 1.., LJ.d f 11-HLillK all I IllttlllHliiinu (;'rimn, i\1'ic1jc and I ? Kinds Repair Work ;
rlencew.Occaviouu .lt'I. ofthiKlorld.i I ",,' -j
1,',' hl tin* niiu' known H* chapter
;
- 4 The 1 patruna of school No will I \1' ) atlackh'of backuchi*, irretrular I I.(." <"> nt |>r..t..l ..liiui'HID.' "' IitTK; Those u ,J lt..lt'I.i
that they
awakened to the 1u and ghoti'ld make ul'rl -
di/.xy
hcaduchc -
uriiiulion. -- -
get* teacher for this jl1t'wnt'fnll tern : ofkiiinrv JOIN1 \a,;-oLl' J Iv.. |,riipuiuuil IOn uinoln -I .
: 35. very lU h|)elU. are cxommon early 5'ml.tollll| : AHi-'e Kn>- i.foiiHtitiiuon vunce.
whwh we regret, cl'l riil-l.i-l's-"f I
i- *e7- of-School full ,amoui.l. oI' uI isoInrrs., I It's mi error lotieirlKCt I tn-.1,11..1 of"II Klori'ln. rcliiliuK 1<, Hi Chtiitcif.iimiui 0. OKI\Ml: ( .
indeed.Ve our <
|tj pay :
I I theseills., The attacks 111evIlls 6ash Store I
** taxes and think we Itl'<> entitled\ to Ii with, ), ol court. I 'at
but
IS otT for a t time I return
teacher, and feel tbal ue are irreatlj" It*: II KfMolfil" ,I by LfKlslntliro I : of the I LESLIE
otherwise" all kaow thai lZI-eat4't l intensity.I If I there arc* S.MUP- I II. OR.

.t children neglected need the same <'onvitiieines' III lon.s of 4imft -
{
,8cbool In the i'ounirv UH' mticli MO HBtr ttt.b1mrtiff1 linr; 1lof Aril, I li- I III.- -if tliiv.l( ,,."-itlu.I", I: Specialist .
; -
,ioiui: ]lflaT > wide. 15c yard
of Uu bjirly. < uin I per -
Our school pa s a or .11.\ part . ,.rcl,1| alert -Imll In! ,
cities. > in
towns and Kidnc\ ir I I ::.iri'lu IK ii ivliv Nose and .
...kinIoau' l :
I null', lie-in, / s yard. ;
1 .
which i IH Of tilltiu : 1
alary of $40r( per month more lllllllUie IIO.o-, ll I Hint, lllllllltl'll, HI 'It I- l-IWtc.rj i ,, :

than the working/ lass. of men ..get, 1'illli, aud kd'll Ul well LllK Id'CULlllCIll whenOUI'' old (or Hpiiriiv" ul ou rii. ( ,lion ut lliu next e"1 a- I to $5.0O per. pair: ,(1)I ,

tt Who is it, friends' that, will not take time, kIdneys health arc ami vigor will. reliu-n.. ,THl clt-ctiou' li'rea tlt-r. hot 1. tu .,,> Haiti too, I I 'nvate HQSD; ) t $1 l .00. -., 1

sideswlth? Let U5 have our righf: ion 'I 1 lurly-iUt( of mini ArlIe!" dish be nimlUvdmmtn ] '-+
the elTuvtlVue5littlifs ilioaal Baik. at towes-t-prioes- ---- -
want Cures Iji Klasliiiiriee! prove t .. : se5
IUf we --
oor'JJeolIt'. .. axlullnlv.------------- -
WL"a1It--'l.' .. ri-ati .
. -a- ; altli."tc'ilcIloI slj jl'rl' t1cldney-T'"ml'dr. -I I 25ct.o'$3.50 each. ;
.. Our rights so far KIt..imnII-e. .ef/'tlon -i-> K<*Cuurlfher\,; tl.her"lu\ em'ilied .
C.V. Campbelll'la. ,- .
: concerned, and our -children a1'e'sll. Mr husband used Uoan's l ..!1I.11 In established in hiTS*rttHtc, excepthHlAha ; 1-- -. ---- est prices. oIi.
"My I '
: -
r 1i1L.II
Idle now and should be in Muliool. Tills! with the mont .satisfactory I. L-eiiliilUtiiro may provide for th, cre.- :-' .' ; at cosL. : .. ,,, f 4,

lOur friend J. M.shores.Kubank ot the has east al Kidney results' He complained a' gre.at .lilt 0;' mid ftHtablUluuunt! 01. ,,,,e)1 ail ltioualudlciaj ,." I,,\'f'.'.,.." ..,,'1 11k: ' $1.OO each. \; '* '' >, ,*!'f ... \
last reached the time b.comdneceseary. ,/ \ ,'_ ; :
'
heroes the email ofhU ( circuits a* may from tlmo to ; tifai '
deal Of
soreness L.
Sebastian\" where a \ \ x : price.'S' ;
Coast and located at wt'akUtlllK and for the appointment by the Cove (\ t\
back* accompanied by a ".r' \'.' ,;II',. ,
not fat' r.1 BeaverBrazidHat.' ,
I be 1s DIeI'IYII"ttlcd in a cottage!' of. the kidneys* He finally'\ hf'Brd.of riior and confirmation by the(female of addiUon- ,,; ; \ > __ /. ;i', _can get the .. ' : ?, )
his frieuJ*iTiai ? ; 2t.f" : .V
writes PI1Yl!
from town. He and oa-rr'n I<.lrin..y"Pllls and' obtained Ill I circuit\ }idire therefor.'who**,terms of...otHoenH cJ -

be found, everything in good order theoj-f rom Klsslmmee tpugCtu. -ThcvHtrontrthened .. trenofal jurisdiction hall be the same a* r.1 . Shoesi-i ,

times flush,' which isvery 'gratifying ; his back and kidneys and erein provided. for the circuit judge. alroadyuicin Rl U8IUKNC12 IHONK !:!,. the Best in Town. -

I news to them i i benefIted him 'In every way. |.rovlded.f.l ..... coil nin> fltithe any Railroad o.KICK PllONK U7.

.. We are !glad to been note Hick that sit Mr.Ionv.Arch Is'I'I 1'orate! by all dealer) Prlc.O <':omnunnion. with ,iuilitial powers In all matters ; -_-_. .. .
Pass,1 who has the (unet-i.neofthelr office.
with
.Uuflfalo, unnected
FotflerMIII. C'o" "
about to visit I c[*nt8. ---" -
)
<.",., ,now his children.able tp
StalMh. .
Mr., ?. Sellars says the excessive nameloan'eand\ *. and the canvass .declaration ar 4 '
a' raids' have Injured his sweet potatoes Remember the returns thoreol.hall- "bo tuhjacbxl. to 4he sameretruUUons J\\< :\TI

and ojjier\ vegetables.! i Lake no other. and restrictions as are provided by .
what has become -' duet of Florida. Upstairs in Kl Nurseries. :
the
We are all wondering --- -- -- -- -- -- "w fop general election. in

-,. ,- of Henry Hancock. We neither Notice. In testimony whereof. I .have hereunto net myhand I .,
OF.'ICi IIOUHS: .
: .
:"seejior' bear of him very .often. ..... and affixed the great seal r.f the State of { - "

'Qlaln Baas and W. n.: Nettles were _!o11. -.M au.l8-.nlLUd "IM'08dbar EJorida..at.7-1t.>....._. IK- Cautc.aLthiatw.ne.fifth &. Telephone No. 711 < : WJ ;3. W"HOA-nrr, AbENT" .

: '?, ot.. on Lb. "raiieMonil&yloo1rlnirafit choice selection of fall. millinery tothe day of Jut)'. A. D. 11101I.' ----:--_ u ._ __ next Fall and Winter planting a general

r their cattle and found them doing rear of Laweon'a.store. She!> i has C.eal] H. CLAY CRAWFORD, Grapefruit Tree of all leading varie I ., -

'. fairly well. __ __ I.I the latest stylesfrom. Ix>uU and Secretary of State. on good healthy rough Lemon anil- C--

\',Mr..' W. A. Eubank is sick su Bering'Irom I Atlanta markets and solicits the pat- -- --- - Sprigg free tl"omlnsectl pests of any kind.

: neuralgia ana fever. I. ronage of all her friends and customera. N01ICIi.OF-ELEC'TION. : trees In our'troves and therefore true to / _
the Kis-
,i -aimmee'Whittler;\\s have been Informed.mall contract that hasp I, Opening will announced-- -- later. To the Sheriff of O.ceola County. of the State ofFlorida' , growing nursery: stock are second to I-Vfc .
floe as money aDd twenty year's exper-
been sold to tbe present malt.carrier, r Use old newspapers In your house Crawford. Secretary are making specialty this season of the .
that L H. Clay !:
Be It known
'Mr.; W. M Roger cleaning. We sell them at this oftlce Florida,do hereby Late which is destined to become the u
looking BBS In this- of State of the State of
Orange trees are at 20c perhundred. : Florida. Our Valencia- buds come dt-
neighborhood none dropping or wasting .....__Ice that a
.I- are noted -- GENERAL ELECTION << trees in thedlttrlct now famous for pro.
la way. Ourorange. - -
any Callf rnla.I .
in >
for their sweetness and good flavor. will be held In Oaeeola County,, State of FIendS (

t 'Good wishes to the Valley Gazette ._ Notice of Election. 010 Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday: IB GotKa Fla.. or call and see our 'Nur*' ,,

r. ; and eysrybody. .. '8UDSC 8F& la ccordmno with, the law In mjch cmiiaa mad November.. A. D. 1808. the said-Tuesday NOVEMBER belnc the Leave word at my I on Florida Midland R: R. -

.. r.. and provided. It !. Iwnby announcad and declared THIRD DA1OS will be called lor I i .;t,
that an Election will be held at Nareooeee. In For five Presidential Electors \ I '
!f i the Congressional
Second .
,
Hoppity Hop. For Rmpr.s.njathdfroin
SPecial Tax ScKool. Dietrtot No.S. OMMO county
".(} ,Are you jusi barely getting around. ...... ejn Saturday. 12th"day '.f September. A. D. District of Iorlda. in the SixtyfirstConcres I ,
? Unless Satisfaction Co.I
J 'bythe aid of crutches or a cane isle, to determine who shall eerve a> Tnuiteee of *of the United State Machinery -
'//'J' you have lost a limb or have a defotmityif the aforeaald Special Tax School District! No. Sfr for Governor of the State of Flotlda.

'. ..-,' your trouble Is rheumatism next after saM Election; and to fix for Secretary of State of the. State of Florida

lumbago, sprain stiff' iointi. or the two Slumber:yeare ottmille. of dletriet aehool tax to be For AttornerrGoneral the.State of Florida. "' ........ aBaJfltJL .... . . 0 JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
anything of like nature use Uallard's For Comptroller of the State of Fki, da.
lowted for each of said two rean.If
Snow Unimept, and In DO 'time you D. lindall....B. U Evans and V. W. RUI. In- Forrenaurer of the State of Florida. .. M. Portable and Stationary Unginea, I
and beaswell
.Loai1 throw away yoUr crutches of eNd election. For Superintendent of Public Instruction of th* Saw WoodworkingMachit-" ,
and epectom.and, Jno.E.Ennla clerk Mills,
as anyone. Price 25o, 60c Done by order of the Board of Public InatrucUoa. State of Florida. of i Real [ t erv, Shingle Mills, Lath Mills, an4" ,
Pharmacy.IffloridaGoesDt of the State
11.00() Sold by Roborson's Oeeeoia County.TbU18U . For Commissioner of Agriculture ! general line oT supolies Complet- '.

(1' "> >d y6f Auco.t.l 08. .... .Florida 9 line carried In stock for Imrnetht. '-:
_ _
-r of the
: ; A of the) Supreme C'oua-t '
-___-W. CL }AB8o Fo.rTwoJuaticesu '- --- .. shipment SolcTon easy term.It. : "
:: :-- of rida.; "Realty
W. J. !HEARS. Chairman State FI _ _ _ 'I
who For Railroad Commiaaioner of the State of Flor. Houses
51H; wl.11't.-b'.1p-'be man or woman Superintendent. t will pay you to consult us before
drink. >The ....
II rt' .ha a craving appetite 'for the,llIth Senatorial Dial I tIf' Taxes paid : buvlnr. Postal will bring our sales
It have For State Meoa tor from
be removed. you )
-desire must ified for man. Writ for illustrated catalogue ,
\-
i
friend or relative whom you would Notice of Final Discharge. trket of Florida, -
a House of RepreaeDtatlveaof V Fire If t _ and_price..
'" the drink or drug For One Member of the : .a
from
t like oo save U. hereby glens to all whom It may eon-
NotbM
:, fo- confidential the1 State of "\<>J'kIa. for Celebrated Famftuhar Engines.. Boilers.. and Saw Mills.
w habit, write Immediately ; .
Information to The KwlsyJnstU the County Judre of Oeoeola Countr. .t hi.. offloela For County: Judc ell Indemnity -S -- ._ .--------_-
uIutsicksonvlIle: Fla. tfA City aeoounU and vouchere to- For Sheriff., -
Kkvlmmee my For Clerk. ofth. Circuit Court. ....__ '
_- _ ethar with my: final report. and a k for a Anal ;
the state of Annie -*ror Proaeeutlns'Attorney.For COLLEGE1
discharge. .. al admlnletrater
r in TOWM, County Assessor of TIutt1' ee; ;
Burclar I. rrke. ..d....... late of mid county. )\L WJ ;- -
-J.
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-
Col
He doesq'tpare Tax .
is "bad
hU name cough. .July lit. 1_. OEO.. 9'. PARKER. ***
4 for "gold or" silver, but be will letu-Sra AdmtnUtrator.Use . For County Superintendent of Public! Instruction. OLDEST COLLEGE. )f

:.teal health away If be appeareIn I For County: Yrnanurer.For I i Nc fARY .

your your" house arrest; him at. once with . - "' ---------1 I1 County Ma.....,.... -* Y STA'TK \\ of Music Expression!: Fine Arts-.Domes-' "\

Ballard's Horehound Syrup" It. may old ID your house For ")...County CoenmlsskroerawJFor Real '.!.f-:,
::
Dewapali.r. Board of Public ,7 DOW ..eoID, up' electric liehis: steam aDd luraao. ..
? mean consumption If you dOD ,.. A cure cleaning.' : at this office Three Members oX J .County- ; flue ymuanIin. .thteUIl--tald.l au.... _.. ..I :

top all coughs,colds and cheat trou- af 20o. per-b' Ddred.." .. Instruction. IS&CMMEE. ehamptosus of Vlorld. t..l. ,...r. Nearly a qnax-.r of a -,
bl... Price 25c, 6Qc mud $l.OQ per botj I For Juatice of the Peace .tn and for th. foIlowIgJustice ..,. i / moderstel scholarships .Yall&bl. Chn.tlaa :U' unde-;
Iloberson1 Pharmacy. : ---- I Districta. via: 1, 2,1.4. R.II. 'f.i ; 5
Sold -by ROGERS'. '
te.
r WILLIAMtt' KIONKY PILLS i For Oonatabla la aad for the following ..JusticeDUtric
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Ik. .: .. -- -- -- ea _XJd .nLJIJI" .ritI1.J..J. u."L.__. :___ TAN- AND .CULT RE': CON.D UqT.
"T-T" ti Horses and-MtrlcsrW. overworked. nervous system and Forth -complete
yon roar Whereof. I have hereejnta set myhaao'aadamxed
la Testimony
and Bronchitis .
r rjaoacd trouble with roar kidneys and bladd.rI'liar. Asthma >> 1. For catalogues address tbq. President&;.
0Ileal of the
MoCracken'wlll arrive In Kls- .pee pslni in loin" aid.bank. (rota* aud the tending to :--* :
3. H..oo a flabby appeareaee of theaaoe. UR.1 State of Florida atsIlahsasss. the Caplal. Wild Cherry bar .
bladder? [
'.1inmeesbOutOOtObrIS.wtt; a carload .aapaolallr under the eyed Too roquinld . thi the fir t jaf}>fpeptember.-; : aatabllahed. reputation : 'Ph.vD.. Winter p ar Fla., '
of fine horses and mule*. which d alr t9 pa nrtnef If so. WlUiarn Kidney ,111\J8. H.> .AY caxWroRD,'. _M,. H contains .,
will ...er-At. Oeoe brfaIPrLOeL r y L
cy!
iait oab- b 2
: : for .. Bold
z M""IU-otf.. r. Preratt. Sheriff Oeoeola Couaty. PrlM ..
ToJCaarl* ,
,Sept.., 18-2$. 1;" .1 * - - --
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