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: October 2, 1908
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00353
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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lalld'in Abundance'Around 'Kissim-- :T "' ,,,$ta.. ,Clo.ud2 la t .tjqn T...W. Bus"for the Construction,.of .. -;' : "-:: ': :::'< "- ' ;" ." ". ' '

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has the world-famous St. to be tideb'until the place has . .r----- -' -rI '
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.... .... "' ,J-rt. "', Cloud plantation changed hand'. Mr. been-brou .'ht"to.tbe.. highest state'of. .. .: ." : ,.", ,{' ... .

,' Mr. E.G. Mlddleton, asuooBssful'pov W, Reese Parker of Middletown Del, perfection. stated The joint building committee of Masons I . ,.. ,. ,
It 1. reliably' t.b..t.'qulte a and .
of Hastings, Fla., c:me to purthaslag. In Its entirety from Mr. Pythian met on Fridiy night .
Cato grower number of truck: grower have already, in City Council chamber and publicly ,. .I'I
'X last week for the .purpose of W. B.. Maklnaon.! Thrice paid bas been ."uredt.o settle, on tbe place opined bids for the construction or .
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f Investigating local conditions: the not been made public but It Is understood and when they have demonstrated what Fraternity 'Ilall'the following being . ,

"Cb'f'CL8r'; Of the' spll in 'this vicinity to run high into the ."bou.and..I'' the ground can and will" produce there submitted. :Hanoock&Ttlman.: al[: ,I', -.- . -' ;.
This place bas 1 laid Idle will not be acres enough in the tractto I 8,125;; F. c. Kawls Arcadtel! t1.t85; -
( with a.view tO( removing ,here and engaging or ever since the death of Us original accommodate those who will desire Clinton & Emerson YborCltvl I7,28; i :' ,

In the cultivation of Irteh'potatoe owner, Mr. Hamilton Dlsston. the to engage in the same business. I C. H. Fountain Ktsslmmee, 6,450; J. II II!! ' ,
., and so impressed wee he with company into whose.bsnds it fell persistently : Those who have examined the soil i E. Bollng-Jacksonville $7,575; N. F. :II: ,
wonderful opportunities tbU section refusing to part with It exeept on this plantation and who are competent -,,' Bass Xlsslmmee, (5,675; T. W. EMU. : JUST U
... offered the truck grower tnat be returned a* a whole, and as' It contains about to i judge give it as their opinionthat KUidmmee, $5,495. The bid of N, F. .' ,' :
t to his hoipa and pers.uade4.Mr.C.C. 3,6OQ acres it was' almost Impossibleto it will produce, at least seventy Bass for $5,470 and that of Chlltoo & > "vI! ,... ji '. '
I Robshaw who !is also engaged I Bpd a purchaser, but now that It bat barrels of potatoes to the acre and Emerson for Ii.1M were not considered ....J'! ,... '... : '
..,. : In potato farming near Hastings, 1.91 been sold to A man backed with sufficient : when they, sell at $4.50 per b.rrellD as they were not in conformity with :: > ' ,
accompany him here and look oven I capital to develop It, the good 1 tbe eastern markets, one can readilysee the plan and specification; :: .

field. .tb., arriving on Tuesdayr old times of a dozen year ago will re- the future that Is In store for those i At some of the bld..ould require a I ..... ., '
r evening last. Mr. Robshaw, after i" urn. "- who are fortunate enough to acquire' close h .pec"lont.o.: determinewhichwas I ., I ,.
making a thorough Inspection' Of the I __Tbere. U. jio place.In. the-United! small part of this fertile ground I the lowest,"the committee thoughtIt
soil in this locality,tras-even moreenthusiastic States that excels the St. Cloud plantation This plantation: lie directly .&lona-I advisable to go into executive session '
ff In his expressions than I : In richness suit or natural the line of railroad about- eight at the store of C. W., Dana. After ""
Din !MlddleDon declaring that it was advantage Experts from far and near from Klsslmmee. i* wholly} cleared of a thorough; discussing both the '
(r' superior t.e-any be had seen and that have made. thorough examination of superfluous timber and is thoroughly character and the amounts oil th -bldt o I ARRIVED-I! _
"" '. it was especially adapted to the growing the soil on this famous fJTICbe and I ditched. To put the land In proper I submitted,that of Mr T. W. Ellis for ; :
.of celery snd-Itisp potatoes. without exception have/reported thatit condition for cultivation will'require tb turn of (5,405(.&' acceptedand] be "
f F ID speaking to a representative of- was not surpassedfn (fertility by any only a small outlay of money and very was awarded the contract, .
.. the Valley Gazette, Mr. Middleton! section of "he-tJ nlLed States.and was little time which in itself will 'be a Architect W. B. Tally was In 'attendance .. ,
said: "The soil in this section will capable of abundantly producing any great inducement to.those seeking at the meeting and gave the .; . .' .f'j.M "
:'{!,, produce anything that grow, and 1 variety of vegetable planted;but that small tracts to invest their money in committee such adylje and informationas I4i _
fl'; that, too with very little fertilizing,; it.was best adapted'to the cultivation some of this property was necessary,- and,on Saturday .
but especially 1* U adapted to the cultivstion 'I, of Irish potatoes and celery. Almostthe -Mr. Parker is now closing up hisbusiness drew up the contract for the construction I

of. Irish potatoes and celery. ; entire plantation ,1s a rich muck:, interests in Delaware preparatory of the building. which was signed.. .' :I
!r. They claim up in Sanfordthat they : and it-will require very little, if any,. to moving here with' his family by. MI' Ellis v -i I :I '
have the best celery land in the whole fertilizer to produce a good ccop of and is' expected to return before the Within' week work will begin, and : 'H
; country but those who make that claim anything planted. end of the month. While north he will it la the contractor's Intention to have '. I _

0'' ve either never visited this commu- It 'IB the intention of Mr. Parker to make\: arrangements for the transport the building advanced to such stage . . .. .
I, nit i>-or tbey have some axe to grind cut the place up in tracts of from,20 to ing of the household goods of those that the cornerstone can be laid on"the . '" :/tl
for there is land aod a lot of it hereabouts 100 acres and sell or rent them to those who are to become settlers on his place. same date(October 15thO as that of the .. I I
that will -surpass that around who desire to engage In the growing The citizens generally are highly Osceola High School, and it Is hoped t tiITAS1idItJ
Sanford so -far there Is. actually nor truck of any variety, but he--willgo gratified: that old St. Cloud is to be that such can' be done for there will J. .
: comparison. extensively into the cultivation of potatoes made'to again yield her portion of the be a multitude of people luKlsjlmmeecm H"I.: : .o- .
: 1'And AS to pgtatoez.l.believe'this and celery. Hewn l assume"per necessities life forwbile-'str doing that occasion; andwhile the festivities ; :I ,
::: s the suction above all others in the sonal charge of the place as soon as she will at the"lme add to the incident to the laying of the corneratone '
!"Jr" s' tJ for a man to plant that cropSonTnv he returns from the north which he. Is business and prestige of of ihaHIgh: School will be on I
people used to contend that expected to do In a short tiiiio. Before leaving Mr. Parker made application a scale that will eclipse anythiog of ,
muck land would not produce potatoes While the transfer of the property to become a member of the the character ever before attempted In
to any great|jx tent, but that Ideat wan made tii Mr. Parker it is upder- Board of Trade, which la the best ef, this city and all who attend would be / .
Ii< has lung since been exploded, for more stood he is the head of a company that 'evidence that he Is alive to the necessity amply repaid for any loss of time or / '. I ne.
and. better potatoes are being grawa- is well qualified financially to thoroughly of such an organization and desires money the)' expended, yet this added i / .. u_,..
t on that character of land today than develop It, and that nothing I to be numbered! among KllllllmI feature will still further enhance, the ,, / . . ',-,-,,- ":_'-c'-= :'"
: on any other. will be left undonnor, a dollar falted I weeks builders. > beauty the aolemnity and the grandeur !! I': ..1'j. .
"1 have investigated freight rates' M of ,the celebration. This double\ attraction ; ,/f'l. .
from this point to the ttatiteru+ markets: will undoubtedly brine hundreds '
and the cost of fertilizer; in fact every TO RUN AN EXCURSION to our town who possibly, otherwise /' II .. i
for know would ir
'. thing that is necessary one to not have "attended, especially -, .. II! ,
contemplates. going Into the business l- is this a fact with regard to mem I .
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here on an extensive scale, and I bers of both the Masonic and l' thla.n; r .. ........... ., =
r; find that a barrel of potatoes can be Session Begins Next Monday and Atlantic Coast Line Will Bring Eastern lodges from nearby cities for it is lIelI w \ .. .t t.6
J laid down In New York for nine cents I dotu .a building of the .. ch"ft.rart of '
less than from Hastings you see I Children Are Requested to Re- and Western Homcscek- Fraternity Hall Is erected, and .the
f that on a crop of ;XOOO( )( barrel the Having Florida. members of the local lodges will no
/ In freight would be $270. Fertili I port Promptly That Day. !, ers to, ,.doubt see..!to. It that InviLaLlona-- .r fiu I .J
ser .will ..coli >1.30""a- -Loo- -more-laid ...... - ---- tended every lodge In the state to- be iClothmg4y.
-r'-, doyn- here than at. Hastings/ but I figure The Osceola Hlirh School l will open On October 27th and November 24th present and assist In the ceremonies.It l : :
1+ 'll-wlll take 800 pounds less to the next Monday October 5th. and all Da- ,, the Atlantic Coast Line will run excursions 1s 1 possible some changes/ will be .
rkj acre to produce the.aa-ine results, and Iron arks urged to send their children ,. from Washington D. C.; made,.'in' the program.printed two
that will be another savlng-of at least on the first day inorder that they may Cincinnati, O., Louisville, MaVRs\'lIle, weeks ago In the Valley Gazette,.and .
r 1, 810 on each acre cultivated, which will be classified and ready to go to work: Oweosboro,-Hen er on and ,Paducah, 'if( so they will be published in our next .t.II : ' _
;amount to con.lde..bttb8n'at at tbe earliest possible moment. j I Ky.i; Evansvllle. ind.. and' Ite'1lne. issue __ : J .-: : ''," $ ...
-four-or-4 hundred -acres The new school fjroltut'\ wl;Ill all be to all \points In Florida on \ Mr. Ellis I the successful bidder is I ; ., r _
..> will more thin likely be planted ice potatoes ,1-Ip place in the temporary quarters '1 The tickets will be limited tu, :21? days, one of Kissimmee'a foremost citizens I. ". .. .' .
In-thlajocality. la the next vcur.' and tn...w la nothing to prevent the best and the fare will be 80 per cenf of .the being president. of the City Council ,. ." : .'
; "But one of the best, features connected of work being done, Let no one stay j' present one-fare rate.! ,> 'and proprietor of one of our popular ", ,'. ".. I.' ": :,;, 'Wftri"' '" ., .,., \Iri,, E'"',I ,
with engaa tniar.'lto t.bat.lodujltrV. .away for fear there will not .be room ,,- 'With such a lowxrate'and at this hotels! The Inn He is also a -practical ',,l""t" ", I I F 0 R .;' 1' . ,r. : .
around here is that one would be abletd'geti enough for ample accommodations season of the tear large number will brlckmason Is regarded as one of ','r..j"; ", ,t( ""..t,,('.' ., .
: into the market at least ten.daysearlier ; been provided for nil who come. undoubtedly)take advantage/ of'the excursion our. tuo'Sfsubntaotiar business men, : "o "' ",. '"'...,... .,. I ',01- ," "') !-jo-<' ,i'."'"
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than they, do at Hastings, and<< . n., pupils and teachers) \: work; ;to-Viait thin .state and It b and is thoroughly.qualifled to complete -. .. : : '
,, that meats a great deal, for the potato together-as .they wUP-tbe,,_can in hoovesjtbe Board of Trade to at once any job undertakes., : .' '. t+
business is a literal demonstration spite of unfavorable surroundingsmake get.1D"touch i\with those points with advertising -:--- .
>< the, truthfulness of that saying about this the most successful yearin matter.retting forth the reasons ..,JV ..AVM
the-eArly bird'catehlDjf the worm." the history of our school. why Klsslmmee should'b :-placec PRETTY WEDDING f"I' ;f .11

t MI'r &nddleton was asked if he had All pupils are requested to assemble foremost on the list of lay-over places ,, ,
f deflnltelyNlecided to remove here and at the Christian church at 8.30/clock, It 1s that class of peoole who will be FoN't'88 McClure and'Mr.Stephens <" . <
'< engage In potato ana celery raising, where the opening<< exercises will .be on the excursion that we desire to locate : ro
and he unhesitatingly answered: conducted and where promotion lists here and we are satla( >)jed that If Yesterday Afternoon.8h.lby "U .

( "Yes, sir I do> nd that too." just will be read. Following these exercises they could be Induced. stop over ( News.Bhclbyvlllt.. Ky: Sept.: it.) j, \ ,. ..,. .. . ..8. ,
t:' as soon as loan *nat>esup my affair the various grades will .march here for even one day and the several Simple Its appointments beautiful 1 -"' ' .. I 'fl '
in .Hastings so I can geTaway. I have In regular Order; to their respective committees of the Board of Trade ex in impressiveness.. was yet the wed ' ., \ '
;..ork.d in the soil the tnajoi portion clallroom.y{; ert themselves in; bowing them around ding of Miss .Helen Barton McClure i':. ,, .
''Wpf (nay life and' believe I prettx well Jt'ollowing; Is the Hat of teachers andtemporary and explaining the many and yarl'ecJ and Mr. !: '
Bunyao Stephens, of Atlan- < : -
..r know good dirt when I see it. an L location. .. ot .the_ .several. possesses tarOaTr.whtch-w .i:: solemnized at live '
arouodhere. is.just about-the best t- jrradesr -" --""" -- which they left, there I* not a o'clock: yesterday afternoon at;the ., .. B. .,.

,, have yet found.. Anyhow I believe Itstrong ..:.Jafrlncloal's:::;;:; office will be in the Bear- doubt but that, many will" decide to Christian church. 'I" ... . I ,. -r1i _
enough to put my money in It.and den building. make this their.future home. -church"dcorttons: re-ciulte - ,----. -- -;:- '"-'-- -OY7 I ". I
just ... I possibly I The Board in its short has = l.. : *-" ," :
,, a soon can First Grade-Emma veW nd Ma existence attractive being of. palms and potted > .... :., 'I" ;. ol. -W.
I Intend to remoye here and begin mle-WoodaU-Qld. Council chamber. accomplished much good, and Is alertto plants, and formed an attractive back' I. > ,,0 : : I
PJ1: : work.," \ Second Grade-Florri, Lawson everything that will redound to the ground/: for the wedding tableau.: I ", ;."' :!: .. .. .. ,. >" "
II Mr.. Middleton-betides being thorHighly Fleming's. corner. good of Kissimmea and Oeoeola'-couo- Mrs. J> F. Bailer. presided at. the I : ': .', .. ; \ .,'.
practical holds, a highVslaoe 'Third C tv", but still we would Impress it ' '\ \
man GI'.de-MaI'Y ''Bryan upon organ and.. after a popular ', ; .
I In the social and business life of Fleming building I. the very urgent necessity of not overlooking the guests were being PWA'I'.mwbIle Mated' . I'I' .'.. .' ::1 1 :. 1 '
his home townand will make an excellent Fourth Grade-Salle D. Wynus tbe least thing in connection played Mende.lssohn's wedding marchas 1. ., I' addition to'our community. Fleming building. wltb this matter for these .excursions the bridal party entered the church. v ,' i. off .. .. I I
Fifth Grade-Alblna Smith-Sears will probably be the last thlstearjtand The; ushers, who were the only attendants ' I /' t
:young; Women nrSoclety., building It we would have them lay over here entered first*. Mr John H 111 .
Sixth Grade-Flrsle Overstreet-Opera for ..dallr. will require" quick action of Louisville and Mr,. Burnett Graham :. .' .

r;. Fourteen of this of the city most met"at popular the residence 10UOI"women house. and hard work, for every flag stationon of Shelby vllle, Mr. ,G. W.Wood, of . .. 11. ., -/._. ,- ...,- t. 1-:,:
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Seventh Orade- Emma,Futph-BeIr.. wlUbe.putting Atlanta and: 'MrAdamJ McMkln'ofShelbyville '
.of.Mr.and Mri.Yfana on-,Monday - of being' lost but If ., ,'' ',
'$ evening last and organized a PhlLtbla ,den building. tbe Eden, In the order named They ...... i I"
i After Bleb,: 8eb)1-R. M. Evans,'AlleenMoon we once make 'them acquainted with .were followed by the bride and groom.' '
r. } Society a permanent \ and Jessie Mtcktll Bearden wonderful opportunities will get .
'At the Altar they were met by tbe .
...,. Afeanlzttion.was effected and a oonsUtuvtion '
,' ;"' +":, officers and by-laws was held-wlth adopted+ the the-following electionof building. the dents.pick of the crowd as future resi bride's'pastor a beautifully, Rev:Thad impressive,8. TIDallY.whQ..lo 'man-,' . Beaatifdi.'Batterns-atid I.; Style!4 lr' :

Commissioner Walker Returns. I pronounced the. ceremony. The
"? result: President Elots Moon; vice- ,
';AI'f'ilt; president.M.....Lena Barnes, secretary 'Cdmmtsslonec J.n.. Walker, Baraca Class Organized I party left the church to.the. bridal
,':" Estelle Overstreet; treasurer, Virginia his daughterMiss* Bestl, and Mrs I chorus from Lohengrin. ( .
'VA number of the young people of the Right t t Now ; ,
Mr. and Mrs. Stephens leftJLast night :. P
;{" T111er?reporter, Jena Gardner. Wm. Underhill returned Tuesdaynight ,* .
town gathered at the borne of Mr. add
.The regular meetings of this societywill from Hot.SoringArk.wbere. for an extended..eastern trip. After : J :>
Mrs. Jno-L. Overstreet
on Tuesday
be held each' Sunday morning at they had been spending the past six their honey moon they will go toKlsslmmee : .
i evening, September 22 and .organizeda Fla., where/: ,the is . : : .
groom ,
Methodist church.membersjpeak went, pastor .
9.45 o'clock lo the weeks. Mr. \Valker to HotSprlngtto .
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.Baraca "'- -
_. .*very-hopefully-of take the-baths for rheuinatijm -' CJaas Aherytheaoption of the Baptl.ccburch..A.monll ,, !. "..... .. -- '. .;.- "- = .
of constitution the .
a following officers/ -
... the nut.ot.40wQ..jlweddlnl' altbe --, -. ; '
'r he future'oftheir'organisation, and and returo.bomrtntire1vfrea: : \
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.- lrooi-t.bI.-dl.ea., and his were elected; Teacher;7uo.WDPerStreet ; were Mrs. F. M.. Stephens of !! : .... .. : ,>'
fI'OmtbIr"Ur&DDe.tc1n.UrAr. '' general : : .
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... working coupled with the worthiness! health very much- Improved, He is enbhusiaslicover ice-president;; president. Prot, Leroy R Overstreet& -Svans7.ecreiar1 } ;' of Atlanta, Mr..and.MI'''-'-J.-WrDeWlM i ', I! .., ',' .!.., .' . '
; Valparaiso Indvr Milt Lillian MOo -
of It it U destlqed to,have the bealth-glving qu.l.It.les .
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-Ckarlle "Moon treasurer, I :
'Butler Otis "CrtJut
; Brine of Mr
i! the largest membership titan v society. of the water! :, and I.pee" to rev. a."ere er' . DrO.,, Robertson of otGeo."etownt II.' I . ", f "J"'.' , ... '.."-"
I' ) in the city before the year co.e.... turn and spendlbremonths-therer t '. ... ..
There Is no organization of UmUville Miss \ I. : " "
young : Sallle
"iw' - Pryor Beard r
-Yy,: : . Dext'ummel'MI', Walker had the people t.b..t.J. more conducive of_both *..... T.. ..... ._ : ..
of Lexington Miss AlleenCroaswalth .
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Married. misfortune to lose one of hi. valisesthe '. " ;
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of his pleasure and le"l'nloa'\b.n a'BaracaClass of Frankfort, and Mr. George $ I L : "
night in which Ju".Ul
return was
' At the residence of the bride's'. mother about 9100 worth of present he was and the formation of this one is of St. Joseph, Mo. .I .
Mrs. Wrn. Henry Yates on Shin- another evidence of the advanced Intellectual The. prldal party were extensively '
taking his family and some -valuable .' ... .
le creek by .County Judge ,W R. Capers, but entertain hops of recovering character of our young men entertained during the past .week.On -- \ '
.Jobo.toa aid p- m. oq.W; e.ctay. and women. It j* most heartily welcomed last Thursday Mlas Iva Beard was t.A! _. ,. --4''''':
; It. The party left yesterday in the Hit ._ __ .__ --
of local social andeduoatIonalThocleties --- ,
Lb. hosteesatlinen
,.23.JOOS, Mr. William A. shower-tar the .
ptembe.l' -' .
motningon r
fhesteamerLUITefortheirhome .
-8ulllv nrand Miss nebeoeah'Yates la Bastingert ;: and.L will 'un-- bride. Miss Irene McAfee entertainedat "\ .
doubtedly have a large membership In '
of Osoeola county. dinner. Friday (venlng .andMr. : '" .
The house was beautifully decorated Meeting 'Citizens. Called.To a short time .a Adam MoMakinwa.tbe. host at a similar ,' \ ;"
with evergreens and flower, and a'de affair Saturday Yesterday moEnIng. _--ill..
the People of Shingle Creek: .Mrs. Lowry Beard, the bride's ,
licious spread was served.and a large -
'r concourse 6f friends and relative were > By consent of the presiding elder and Price, of School.Books. sister,'gar.* wedding breakfast for tW', D N o.-J.
of PaetorJ. W. Austin, I have On the bridal y !! ' -
: -Tin. attendance.1' The happy couple took request Monday morning when school party, J' .
the 10.14 a. m.train for points on the assumed charge of the'Hhlngle: Creek opens each teacher will have a supplyof I Tl r : I"Q.
3 -east coast to spend! their hooey moon. church until the meeting of the annual books for her respective. grades, ., \ . f. .
oontel'MlCe'1I.Dd will preach there twicea which-will be Issued to the pupils at .Jt "La.stdryy ,. of :'./.1, .; __ ----I/"' " ,"" "
rnVntbon the_second anti b arthSun. ,thefollewfagpsbees 'The -for '. 1- + > ",'
Reception,to-Pastorv -< Secondgrade76o '''&.001. -the--White--Star- .' '" ,
?' ; lays at 3.90 p. m. All, >r.rardless of : third grade,. 1.10; fourth grade laundry im now at tbe Home '
v, ..:'f#$be ladles of the Baptist church will deDOmIIlI.UolI.req atoed to at si.d0; fifth grade 2.35 j sixth grade and if you' wish to-have the bo)Storel l ... .,. THEOtJ1F'l"tTER.. : ; . .

bold an Informal reception at the pas* &.end'th.' ... services.. Th people-are feequekted 3,10; seventh! grade, ft.'10. It Is imperative on you weakly, Just.ring op'154and 't : .J ......: ."

'torinmon Friday eventngOctober S, to meet at the church on Saturday that each pupil_bctng: the tier you will be put on our list,' and calledon : A' : '_ ... H. ._ ... "....-L .-
'.:'f from 8 to 8& look, to give all friends\ ;October10th; 'the house oessary amount to purchase books** weekly;;:Tire work ta: LLz4onin. -c'J; ; ". "I t ," ._, .
'(?&;'oPponu -1IIeft..1N.&AcLwek. fandgrounds.. itorder.z BOO*.'ifUl-be-Issued wlthourths-cash. ao emctlJDf.D1&DDel'"aod at Tampa : "
, Mrs. Stephen,, V L ,' prices i"srrfcrwr' :71'---;" .
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l MEET - S'1ATEuLEANNGS.- '' slitp-is not" .how warm we make nats. ,J ( OWN FAMILY USE- .IsM -.

luIlANfir.fiRow WEftS{ '
ill '8 7 h0 Pul/J/r j or bow. loud we sing or how 'vehemently , I With -th Funn'1' FE-RU-NA. :ill

,- Florida baa reason to be proud ot its we pray. The final testing i.

schools UR., universities' are aa good the testing of service. Do you workas ",I

.< :Estimate This Year' Crop' Will!1 at .any; la fhe- south and 'the protest A: SERMoN' you pray' Do ,you warm heartsas llo
: against Florida parents Bending their ., well as benches vDo' you, make
LIWB About 3,000,000 &oxe Y : souls to Do "
.. *. chi Id re\u to schools: outside of the rejolceT you regard
{ state Is funded In reason. By patroniz RA.WJlcNDf o oursel( not as )your brothers keeper _
: so TnucU as your brother's .trot her TAre
.1 leg the higher Institutions of the state
OFfICES JAGKSO'NVILLE floiidn parents ava. .d lng 'lheli> part you true to Christ Have you!
fcennesV ; : ,
serve the King .' : ;
_ ---..-...:.. I'' toward .tuakingthem more'flourt&ulngand "Why call...)-e' Me Lord Lord and ; $'
more "tDcl nt. They also )promote ,"Why call "Me l r l' "Lord And
ye *> < .
do not the things which t A
? The .
WUl J Be Open.d.-PUtta Laid to Market In theirchildren -a. love of their own do not the tblnca'hlcb.1",1"- question Is as timely.and say -- % ------- ---4.c: + .
Coming Crop and to Protect U) *, : Xrike 'p-
> i mate.- - -" 0140. : It was' when It.w-as propounded. -i' v.i _

v: "Crow.-Bp---Uo Action..Tampa :. '..-,.I "':"'TI1 Uo t-i lIl a un4r1 _Ju&Jao&theraZorcer.a..jxau& sii ..ALUm.Vh.D-. --- ,. ---i.i4---J.
j election to His,.word,is1! truth ,or it ll nonsense, 1--- i t < .
;-v coniinliH! loi>er |in calling's.! the Church more largel/-was cognizant -: 4.-- .
decide the question whether bonds His gospel Is either the supreme phlJosophy of the Inefpectuslness' otOip service ,
; : Fla.-The board of dlrectpra 1
of the Florida Orange Urowers' comyauy to the amount of $190,000( for public, of life or the Quintessenceof and conviTced| of that neeoSfor re*,- A Chanson..
Improvements shall bo 18sUl d. $lUO.I .' sllllnees. He U either followed sultful and helpful labor th.n.she is' '
I.j met here and shaped plans! toy or not to be followed. If. He "Tell me a pa tell me a story \- ;.i- ..
the work of the con pan lu markeL.lni'tb J jOOO of which will bt used for good to lead we must do His will. He to-day. \ Tell me of knights. and' of'langu and their -- ,- I- ". ( ,- I,.. .
_The.Protestant church .
'com1 cRi rttadawill! stimulate other coulnles.I In dangerof ._ .,glory'; 4 + r I'f' '."
t us truitciO jl fi-rw Is captainwhose commands rii
] I Lake county has.a Good Koads league a are becoming prleRt-rldden-tbe worst y .H I me'of pnnces" out of tire fain'.book, .
itate and therrow.era
vroiecllnjr-: by which Intends to call an election to commendable and practicable or an that canbefal, the organization( of tbe"church "ioWvidoeii the queen sppearr How doesrh : : "
? united acLl n: j untrustworthy lender to obey whom princess look -
advisability of Issuing ; ridden with a .
-} -- __.1ruldent".IosialL Yarn of .Bradeu-: pass upon the la the sheerest.senselessness.: There shorn of ompulsor-'authnrltoo. '"TJie": ; quern,t.JEaiiLOS-lliegoldensun. ,. :!
road :
: :. town presided and reported excellent I bonds( to lrOctirOmoney for )s no middle' ground Christ U.a wise wlmnl' the- authority of The princess 'A even fairer 'f'
I Ip the Christ .
'bnlldlng. The subject 1 18 taking a dce The abn-of
prince is a guy young -a gun,
the ntoinAl
progress In, enlisting tbe orange grow ,man- wisdom of God- Is' too precariously admitted to ,
& :er. of Florida in tne organization, ll hold on tho people of Florida -or a fool; a visloned statesman or a side. The laity of Ppoteitanlsm are re And. Jhe lung-M a holy terror.The Sphinx. ,- .-, IC.t! ;) -I

,wait decided. to open headquai a foi:J f The liidi'jicrdent. of "SI. Petersburg visionary; a religious leader beyond too largely guilty of hlrlng-tnen to -, t ..

t : ; the company'at .Jacksonville ou October I I \urges that the name of that Florida compare, 'or the most illogical and do their work for them-at salarieson ] A Mean :Remark.
changed lio'recent dispatches fantastic enthusiast who ever lived. ,.
1. city th, average that are an Insult to
!o1'. J. W Semple. vice president oftbe I couceiiilng the outbreak. of.holora.,. ; !.! The Church: ot.,.. he living; Christ the Lord whole work they send their Mrs. Homely-''My husband Is extremely .fJ.

,' company, and one of its mom active In the Russian capial l U the t auso Of through near 2000 years has br empl yea to do-rather than of call- hard to please." HON. QlI: "C& W. HONEY

and Intelligent workers will bav.e 'comae, any one who utoppi-d' to think .clalmed Him tbe Incarnate m4nd of Ing leaflets whose business It shall Miss Caustlque "Indeed; you

4 .. g charge of the Jacksonville offlcea and would see that the St. I'eteisburg God the glorious embodiment of the be to direct the energies! rebuke the don't look it."Illustrated Bits. Hon. tioorgoV./ Honey, National. Chaplain

t will see to the business at headquarters < I meant la In /Kuasia, not In Florida eternal wisdom, the supernal leader. tins vitalize the virtues clarify the ----rSodal V V, U.:. ex-Chaplain Stat.Fourth of Wiaeon-Wisconsin -

1 as well as to.'the appointing of But there are not no malay people who the only true guide, the mentor of thought. Inspire the minds Intensify Blunder 4'- sin Ca and\'nlry e".,Qnart n.1're..urer..rm..nteT General! State of

: solicitors and salesmen in the rangy. stop\ to think when they read a news the nilnd as the Bavlour of the soul the spiritual conceptions and perceptions Te.a. (I. A. U. wntra.from 1700 Firat i>t,'
: 7' markets of the country Item Thinking Is too hard work for of roan. Saints have sung of His, ot the sons of God who are "Why did Blnks widow feel so IndIgnant N. E., WaahmgloK: 1>. C, na follows;

i j President' Yarn was named as gen' qulto a 'number of, )people But persons beauty philosophers have yielded members of tie church .of Christ. at his funeral"" "I I cannot loo highly: recommend your

era' superintendent took after tho I- living In cities named for Euro- homage to the purity and profundityof I The church! of'Christ Is full of men "Tbe members of his volirnteer] preparation for the reief of catvrrhalIronliiff "#

packing houses and shipping! points of pean capitals must expect to'find such wisdom. martyrs 'died for
which there" Will\ bo about tweittyflv I, confusion, for It Is not th( usual custola Him. We have declared Him ] upon Its rolls for no better reason extinguisher."Judge.. it with .,OAt gritt ifying rcaulta.. When
throughout the .state or ail/ many '' .of the press aspcx-ladey to give Alpha than that It Is politic or proner or ., other remediea' failed. ''''1'";ia proiril" i

in' the different sections of the orange '1! tho i name of the country with that of and the mega ultimate the both beginning and the polite or profitable! socially and commercially - Where the Winds;, Blow. most rfltcactotix RnJ 1 rliecrfujly" ) certify ',
end as to inceptionand so to be enlisted. And the to ita excellence. -t
of the at tOo a-wellkno" In the date lines; curative
'Jt belt as tbe volume' crop city -l5s "
I II. I finality. consequence ia that" enthusiasm has -thls section prosperous Mr. Fred L. Hebanl for nine yearn a
'various will warrant. It Is proposed In the case of capitalsBatrowneojile >
I. paints I:I never And yet we fall to practice Ills gone out of the most of the meetings "You bet It Is," answered the Kansas leading photographer of Kanaaa. l.tYI

f 1 by the company to so system believe that when truth, to apply His principles,,.:to, atthe church, the_ gatheringsfor "farmeV"1'! ].in.siread a net anytime Mo located at the northeast.. .
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\be""prel1ffi-rl ;
-tbe-W rlC niarueting 12th and Grand AVH.. .hpcrluilroPTt8.-
; They"have coiiiHcTSir Their $85.000 obey His mandates to trust His
ace generally dry and cold shake
prayer so and plano'out
to-demonstrate I a grand of the following testimony: "It Is a
nge"and gra-pefrult crop as housp-the' foundations of whlcjL Craven
J court ; sordV to-live the life that lie counsels and uninteresting that they are a that Peruna will .
fact cure
a cyclonePittsburg
the ability of tne organlza-1 are now laid. they will )haW the finest as the 'nly..UCe that eternally is distress to earnest pastors and a re- la grippe, and on a- Sonic (fliaa no I''

J Tr tlon to profitably/ handle IBs fruit" for I public, bulldiiiK of Its kind In the north .the while. We elevate Him lectlon not only upon the Intelligenceand fqval. DriifiKMt hmo tried to make me ,

the Inteiest of the grower.1lo j siuli' iaitow U developing fattt: and upon a pedestal dominating prom spiritual] experience: but also The Neighbors Would take aofnething elite 'junt an Rood but .i

estimates that the organisation/: Is u very busy city 'inence, and then we laugh at Him. upon the gratitude of"the church. Ilowell"='Nobod.1\ ever heard of Peruna la good:: enough for me" 7

I has under Its,Control '>> out Vne thouu-i' Clay; county Is organizing with enthusiasm Vfe join His church. and then we The reason for this la not far to you" Pe-ru-na In Tablet Form. r

: and car loads of cltru 'frult. for hard loads .Many: Good nilrrepresent Hlu We swear fealty seek The ]laity, and not Infrequently Powell "''"ell, they will before
l from the prew under His control. and then desert For two Dr llnrtmnn and his as-
Mr. Varn thinks- and minor associations we the clergy; have been'so busy seekng years
Honda associations night I have
; Just bought daughter '
my labored to create
autanU ha\e inceiuuuiUr
obtainable thetewllXbe\ something Him in every hour of the test
fj b ent material that they have -
will l ht' or have been formed at success a piano."-Xew York Press. 1'crunu in tablet form;a -Uicir strenuouS
S.OOO.oooNboxe fruit And then wonder of
1r lens than ) ) we why men md no time to serve the Lord after
OraiiR Pai'k. Mlddlebuig and efforta have Hint been ero vited with BUCceaa -
:In the present crop or the s to.. though 'the the world have no use for eccleclaBtlclsra. the manner of the Master. The dollar JTeoplo whq object to 'liquid l medicines -

tL J the oualltv of the fruit averages. filwl' I hi county. though they cheer the Christ. has supplied so many wants that I All Rrcortli Broken. eaft now secure lenmn tjibli'ta. ,,'hlchr."r..nt
*. 1'k1. IK I The farmers :am lolling In (their cot- We are amazed at the paltrlnens of the solid medicinal ingredientsof
41 than any In previous ear .. men have ceased to feel the pressing "Some men foolish take their ,
c : much pleasod with the piesent outlodt k.4 Lton( this year Prices are not so goodas .life church's grip as an organized Institution need for ,,spiritual supplies. It has I business to bed with them" 1'eruna *___ 1
are main [ had been expected.\, but It IB the upon humanity I'omparod been declared for - .
for good prices and If figures Impossible a nation I "
l know who Is
a mnn worse than AT TuEVliIlDING.!: .
tamed through the season, the crop 'best, thing III the endMicneer the with what It ought to b f \ .be a, profitable Florida firmer g'-H' to making all his sweep of the influence of Jesus Is becoming against( the rapacious agrenilons tbat He thinks of business even "Who's going to give the fprthcomlng .fruitful
: : 4- { j jnifM find 1)1 ..n' hnm. then, and: not tmlversal' 'Va are astoundfd of the'1Ir1nect. Business! men wtJifti ho ly at a hall .K:4ma.-Cb1-: away 1""The

I The one.committee on ]legislation v reported till theii can he laftt of independence that In an age'when the Lord of Life have declared It Impossible to follow cago Ilecoid-Horald ne"'snaDerLlt

1'! having considered the matter of I I Mr. Mr \F Ihmsen of- U..rt.ew: receives greater homage than ever in Christ and succeed. The beat we I 1-
; 1 has visited InIlJ.lYo'lor'\ the reach of years the church of. the have till in the "
fruit and of repacking" York, done very lately Growler Noise. :
of green -
tbe shipment
tq 1 of Lord-the organized body that bears PAINT.
fruit UnL:9 Ida titles working In the intereSts management of criminals has been I "Pa !JSTlHGr -
and selling foreign what Is the meaning of Incon .
:r His naml'Ia being weighed In the '
M thane topics the Independence' ,arty and the elec'lion to jail or execute them. The spirit ----- +
der the name of Florldus, sistency':
,; of HluKen' nd Graven an. preslIdent :!- balance of intelligent criticism and ot the lea tallonls-the lowest c law of Property owner should know how
- and the matter of taking proper uleijt for I and vice president Mr Ihmsen declared] .jvan ting. Judaism-Is rampant In the settlement "Inconsistency, my son"exclaJm..dpa. to prove the purity ajadUquallty of } .

i'. pt toward increasing the tariff on of Hearst In his But It Is -not. strange Too long otdlsputes between nations and "means a man who growls all day white lead. tbe moat Important paint

,: I.- ..elglltrult had ibeen under serious con i I wan the manager for major of :Mew York have you cried;"**Lord. Lord." The nations society and -Ms membera. Individuals I and then goes home and kicks the Ingredient, before paying Tor It. To "'I
and cainpalsnn
,1,''f'4 sJderatlon by the committee I and of (the Empire state. world demands performance as wellas and their fellows We have II dog for barking at night."-Tit-Bits. all who write. National Lead. Co.
K J" chairman states that a detailed report City governor much pleased with protestations. It tires of the platitudinous. forgotten the God of !life in the ex- I the largest manufacturers of pure ",
; of what had been done -ould be : lie declares be which come from It expects men who profess .pellency of our livings. We have Not Dangerous.Fat"I I white lead send a free outfit with -:'

\' jnade In a shorts time. the bright reports to love the good to be something prayed for reforms that we have which to make Imple and sure test .' .1

;;' Those present at the meeting were: Jacksonville\ as to the Independence; more than pious For tbe piousnessof neither advanced: expected or desired hear yervolfe Is sick of'white lead and also" a free book -t

f;:", :president Josiah Varn of Hrijdentown. party movement In this state the day is almost synnoymous We have thanked God for the I Molke--: about'paint. Their nddre Is Woadbrldge I

1!!!. !i Vice President J. W. Semple of Bar- Prolonged drought has caused ufferltig with the most dangerous Impious- might of His pnwrr' while tearful to Mike-"She is that" Bl,\<1g' Ww Vnrit rtrrLKT

n'I"tow.. Secretary and Treasurer R_. H. 'I In many (sections of the north. ness.Bad -trust,His sufficiency against the en-I Pat-"Is It dangerous she ls?"
W. P. Marshal fate of Floildti that men have a suspicion that bad ] US HOPE: SO
'r Peacock of Winter Haven ''It Is the happy slaught of Satan. We have Mike4"Dlvll a bit She's too
f > of Punta Gorda. J. D Bell of St. ,, this state can withstand' many days men will be bad. They expect good brotherhood and practiced an Indl- | weak- to be dangerous any more!"- Knlcker-Taft has a' of hu .

: ":' Petersburg 1<'. B. Vaughn of of drought without any other effect men to be good They detest pious vlduallsm that has brought sorrow i Brooklyn Life. 4

I ps; ;-G60Tge'! -'Kopliir-of--Winter. TliHir"fnccmve tepee -and--aomo-loua--of'- talkanda pious.-mien. that gets on where there Is no need for aught but i ,_ morBacker: -Perhaps\ 1ha1..o4'tltghtuk1)I

,O. ,ft. Langford. of Bowling; crops and sometimes of stock. But further than words and loots. And joy. and strife where cooperationwould i I The him from nuiklng the Sylph his 1.:

I. Howard of Eloise. John T. human suffering is saved by the numerous they are right.Laodicean more thoroughly_ fujflj_ the Comparison. >'ucht.-Judge
a Largo. EBcami artesian wells drawing upon Christianity Is as traitorous plans of God.4>T aud wluTTfie con- I Towne- 'Yes, my wife' Is able to .;".

r. the apparently inexhaustible stores of as it is inefficient It denies ; sent-tacit or active-of the church. dress on comparatively little money." iiow's-'rtiJs? .

- A COMPLICATED SIT water beneatn tbe. Vicksburg lime- that In which It professes to believe. The situation cannot endure. The Browne-"O! come, now! Comparatively We offer One Hundred Dalian Reward .4

.t,. : which underlies so much of the It:betrays Its Lord with a kiss. The church must reform or relinquish her little" for any.,... of Catarrh tbat cunot be 1,..'Ii

,: "" Congressional Tilt In-- Third District stone and the ma.ny' springs: which world] hal 'no use for It and we oughtto claim to primacy and to the privileges I Towne-;."1 mean a little compared' cured by Halls. Catarrh Uurc.JT. .
state have noneA world that ,could of leadership. Saying "Lord. J. CHENEY fc Co., Toledo O.We. ,
*:- Settled Tlm orarll)'. boil from the same source. WhereIrrtfanoff with what she thinks she ought. to
up contemplate it with equanimity Lord" will make her acceptable the undersigned have k.own F. J. "
'j' fensacola, Fla.Tbeconteit congressional. : is practiced the same wells ;wouldn't be worth saring. What' neither to generations nor to have."-Philadelphia Press. ,.,Ch n.y for the last IS years, and believe '
.Messrs. Mays and cave the crops. ThVTatterarehelped, | '-- a bin perfectlyhonorable in all. business .
between shall we say of a church' which toolargely tier bridegroom. Vain.repetitionsace '
It Kehoe is now out of the',courts, 'ex. IGnwh 'l.-&iso. by the"copious, dwswhlth practices ItT valueless tp produce results. Action Best She Could] Do tmuactiona and '!inan..i.Uyahll mad his carryout '
'night in Florida ' any obligations by "
: writ of error sued out by.Mr. fall almost every Too much have we cried ""Lord "What I. 'the '
_ ceptlng on a only Is qualified to transmute matter with Mrs. WAJ.DISO'K.IKHAH & :'fnysa, Wholesale .','
': ..: Kehcajiojesl the order Issued by Forty day* of drought especially Lord." Jesus says "Ye / are My Ideas into dthlevgjnenis. do Ills Spicy? I' saw ..her sitting on her Druggiata, Toledo O. ,'J
Judge. Malone of the Second district. In the summer or early fall, ..cau.e.mucb friends if ye 'do'WhatsoeverI.. command work'we must do His will. porch'as I'camo by-gritting her*teeth '.II all'.Catarrh Cure la taken internally,actinic *i

And It la not probable that the supreme misery In. a northern community .- :you." Have we done His will Jesus gives us picture of the end and looking daggers into directly upon the blood and mucuoua surfaces .,.
vacancy. of the. 'atem. Testimonials free. V '
this until Jesus : "Love enemies ) sent
court will reach case says your ; of institution or the man guiltyof
"Her husband Is half hour Price 75e I bottle SoUl ;
a hy Druggiata.
'b1'1? after the Novtmber'election. The coii- If any draws on bridges! across the Mess them that curse you; him that llp-servlee or of lukewarm adherence and she late Take HaJI'a per Family: Pile: for conatipation. .
|hJS! greaslonal committee 'has certified lo'' East: : Coast canal art o narrow they taketh away thy cloak forbid not to to the propagation of the truth. is giving him absent treat
'" Kehoe as thu ; before the crowds take thy coat also*' And Jesun practiced "Not one that salth unto Me ment."-Nashville Amuitcan.
'& .: both Mr. Hays and Mr. << [should be widened every, I PERFECTLY;:: IMPARTIAL.
I , tie and the secreUry during tbe His proclamations. He was the Lord. Lord shall enter Into the kingdom -
r.... nominees of party. of winter visitors expected "I want a kiss. darling." he mul'i
.... of state. has In turn certifiedsuch coming winter begin to arrive. J. frfend of God. He did the will of the of heaven. but he that doeth the Missionary Work. mured "

vi '. -nomination Of both parties to the Liorlllard Jr., of the Indian River Father. They crucified Him. He besought will of My Father." He forecaststhe 'So you once lived in Africa "
"What \;
; cheek! she declared"Either .
in forgiveness for His persecutors fate of those Insincere and paltry _
_ i various county committees. BolU Yacht club reports two such, one San? -
; -t| will do] be answered
stand before Jehovah ,
Christians who "
In In
names will appear upon the ticket the bridge at Coronado. the other \'es', sah. .:
And yet in a land blessed aa .1* Baltimore ;
assize. American.
,1-e the general election and be voted that-near the Houee of Refuge. These at the great "Ever do any missionary' work out
ours with the heritage of twenty centuries that Jesus' '
It Is to be hoped picture J
there are no further veosele of more than ;
2i upon. provided will not allow of Christian teaching ultured of there. Sam? .CCRBS AtL ITCHIJia KRCPTIOMS.
will not a photograph
.court InJvinctlons, ..-The .situation-la twelve f et4>eam to paas.j\.e,there will tbe-- and controlled tinder the gospel of us. It i..*necessary prove that U..hould.We "OhL yes,. tabI -wascookfore .&&....-;'Md. Nov.21 t. IIM'hJ'1) baiehsde
most complicated and unusual ever be many vessels here navigate; tbe best of cannibal ecmma on my Lande for 12 yean, and have .
-I ,Jesus. theory peace that shall be recreant and without" ex- chief aah-'ick-Mo-Up. 4
the of Florida poll- canal during the season tried everything. 1 have been using TBTTKUHB .
In history the
to occur of
w >.< waters we can practice la that which bids us cuss if It shall so proveto be. No
and the rvsuks
4 are
limit placed! days; !
tics. there Should be no such houseboats to be prepared for war. The very man and no church need call upon the '& The Limit. Signed Urs. M. HaM''')'. r"Ia&1 Is .

STATE L mIL. on..,toe size of the yachts and church which sings the praises of the Lord in vain. He who hath called us "There's nothing that makes a surest safest speediest cure- for eocemaabd t''
_ ?J' .STEPPED TREASURY PAl that may us'e the canal. prince of peace Is strangely silent before and upon Whom we call Is both will- all otber skin dI8"...",. Sold by drag. ,(
vrould-be madder thanto
... It has been shown that the total the militarism| of our age. Preparedness Ins and able to perform through us society woman RlnU or sent by mall l I for 6Oo. by J. T. 8sc. "

<;z. Uptll' Santa, Rosa's Claim for School value of prot>erty.- real and 'personalIn for war has yet to be pro- effective service for the welfare and find her name loft out of (he report vaixs, Dept.. JL,Bavannah., Qa. .

II ;"e'?; ;po'1'j Fund tat DsilH.. the city of Jacksonville Is probably lVeQ a guarantee of peace. the salvation of individuals and the of some swejl -function she at The average missionary corttrlbuV: j

(! .:'!" ,Tallahassee] Fla.-The :bill filed In of 75000000. The total assessed has been quite otherwise. It Is race. God summons us in Christ to tended." the
upward tlon for each pupil. in Sunday '
"13, the) Leon county clrculLcourt by Max. valuation ot taxable propertyon neither effective nor necessary. It is supreme labor. He provides contemporaneously "Unless It's to find, besides that II' :

.'S' well t WUaon.,attorneys for the Santa the preliminary assessment roll of purely expedient and never final In the power necessary .to her rival's name Is in."-Tho Cath schools higher In the Episcopal de- ,

f .Rosa countj board ot: public in- Is $24,295,000. If it 1 Is true thattkeassessedrvaluatlonofproijerty theory or In practice. Jesus' way is succeed. He energizes and verifies lie Standard aid Times. nomination than'aDY" other.) r:

-4. It' ,,restrain moneys, ; : - 1908 .is-. A, tett.J'wa, .Jf all the armamentsof and Inspires and enthuses every soul I ___ Ricks' cp;; ;;dIne Cures Nervousness, J
_' from the state treasitryVt the world were wrecked ,there and society.that with high desire Whether '
', lug expended only 40 cent of the true value this 'every Offended Art. tired out, worried, overworked, or .':'Ii
_ ,except. tor_salaries of offlcials and other per for $2,500,000. Add would ,be a surer guarantee ,of peace and dedicated-purpose calls upon what not It refreshes the brain and 1
't1. current expenses until the- claim valuationstands not ; than there Is to-day and greater pros His name.' "I want a photograph representingme ??T; It's Liquid and pleasant to take:

;'Ji! of the board under Chapter 4381 shall I I'f the estimated taxation value and of property the figures perity. ,, < . Not "Lord. Lord." but "Lord here just as I am. None of this 'touch- loo., ago., and 1IO:.. at drug .to..... .Ii

be paid in full has 'been taken up by : subject) to reached. Jesus'' theories have never had an am .1, send, me" "What wilt Thou log up! business understand.1 "

!: 'Judge, Maloue In Quincy, first mentioned would be easily honest opportunity to prove their have me to dot, "Yoq; aro In .the wrong shop." replied In addition to the canned speeohetkJ J
I'I'rrq yet Jacksonville has only begunto worth. Those that'have been tried, N. Y.Emotion remarks the Indianapolis ti1Jo.' '
: 1''.The amount Involved in 167O. From Brooklyn: the artistic photographer. "Bet- ., .' News there
I ,'the forty-six counties of the state the grow. however little have revealed the wisdom I ter try the pollco station. It's" Ber- are the indiscreet ones. which are, .".'..

f. appropriation reaches the sum of Mfss Jefferson Bell of the. pension of the Lord. Where nations, Is the Bud. tiilon style of picture you're after." Jarred. ________________________
office have to and have ,
eased war brought
$50,000 per year. The judge has tbe department In the convptroller's Emption has no talus in the Christian Philadelphia Ledger. AWFOIj GRAVEL ATTACKS .J
authority for the statement their difficulties to the bar of divinely .
matter under advisement. is given, as system save as It. stands con- _
> that the Florida Confederate guided counsel there have they ]I nected with right conduct as the cause CD'red '
found the best results.. The IndlvldUM. None,FOB Her.. by Doan's .Kidney Pilla.After "
rOaMLD DISTHlirlNJON. pension roll has decreased iby deathsin : of If. Emotion Is the_ budV not, the --
who..follows In. the footsteps, "Pop .
: Years of Suffering.
the past year from 7.OGtto.5.7O0.. flower, and never is It of value untilIt .
:*. of five hundred out of.o ,his Saviour and forgets injury, for "::-e;, my son." J'
.8 islsnd-Cetten-Qrowers Organized This loss expands Into a flower. Every religious F. A. RIppy, Depot-Aye., (]Oallatln
. gives Injustice!, requites good eyiltma. .
Nr "*- = ...Dy.FatrnIrJflz : ! ... _ .al.ldlji small .&Mld roll as=- 1dlC1'8 7,200 &J'Indicates':II\Saw\ hovf_ !!:.eemJJn itractical1.but.eji&th, ; !! tionwhihdoenotproduc.corresponding: sentiment every act.of devo-. -'J e'anrtJr"When a say-.notkIngdoa'4.I4t---person saws wood it. ,Tenn,. says: "Fifteen- yean ago .kid-. '_. _
"EaSe"'CIt7-la.-HonorableMarion; happiest the most hbnored'amongthe nc1T i .hic
Is ,InterestingIn elevation of Is e ;
the statement life. worsethati
and ,
_& ;'", 8. Knight president of the !State' Ing of sons of men. The man who submits "Yes my boy. me. The pain In'my
view of the approaching reunion : useless; it is absolutely pernicious "
Farmers' union. was In while his trust "And do women ever saw wood '
to persecution
union of the '
back '
t\ was
_ in because It minister. to self- so agonizing : -
the veterans
the meeting remains In Ood lose his head "No women believe that 1ahe
the city in attendance on may ; sawing
deception and tends to lower the line I finally had to
here from I Within ten days- the powerful government he will not lone ,his soul. External man's -
'' ( ot the delegates!' present of personal morals.-W. H. H. Murray wood Is a work. -Yonkers up workv Then
1t a number ot counties; who are formlag; dredge Key West will complete forces cannot steal away .that life Statesman.
.. the Sea Island Cotton Growers' Into a her worY at Pulton's cut and eternal which Is the gift of ,God. t. I---- came terrible attacksof

!," I district union. I the St. John river will then have a. The church must either follow "- gravel with acute
:if The convention of Farmers' Union uniform channel of twenty.four feet Christ or.It must cease to be. The I The Work -of the. Spirit. Defined. pain and passages of

1';'. i the of cotton will of water from Jacksonville frOnt to reason for its existence resident in The great work of the Holy Spirit Teacher-"Johnny. you may spell blood. In all I
; toIx/ price "
1.1... ":.. people Oa. October 7 and the ocean. Fulton's cut being the only; its recognition His authority. The what is ItT To make Christ present the. word 'neighbor passed 25 stones
(meet a.trValdoaUi. shallow place In the river this being secret of its ancient 'power lay in Its with us. Look at the disciples; they Johnny-"N-e-1-g-h-b-o-r." .,
(f\,. : Knight says that tbe price flx-I qme aa large as a j .
- '" 8. Mr. -. -eatiaeit\ by- a recentwashatt.hatolaL- willingness_to do His will. And as ,, loved Him but- they were under- -the ,_ .Teacher "="- "Xh&fjBrlgl. Nowv bean. -.NIne yeartit this ran me.clwDto -="-' ,
t-. ; jftValdst"wflrbeaflItaflIett: the guiding spirit in a. larger era pDW.ot'th nerfttT "Tberule or the Tommy. can you tell mo what a
_ Fl ricla'a Confederate veterans' flesh had not been broken and Christ a state of continual weakness, and
gives her visions of wIder| ministryand "
c- ,1'b-funeral, ; of Francisco Mlllan, of that band neighbor ia? I thought I never would be better
I those who remain Impulse te a service the like of could not get a lodgment In their until
'I. ,,1.te'lI1a'or of West Tampa, who committed -will hold a reunion at Tampa.. Octo- which she has never known she must I 1 hearts; but He said the Holy Spirit Tommy "Yes, ma am. It's a I began using Done Kidney Pills. ,

suicide. Was ,attended by thelargest ber 21 and 23. Tampa's citizens are move on with fidelity and fervor or win t come. and I will come again to woman that borrows things"-Chicago Tbe improvement was rapid. and

4l, assemblage of people gathered. ) preparing to give them tbe hearty be discredited and disowned. ".ou (In the Spirit) and the Father News. since using four boxes I am ured and ,

"JO.i.; In West Tampa for a long tlJne. . the welcome to be expected of the peopleof The church is not the kingdom and I will take .up Our abode with have never had any return of the

..,.iI;., ,casket was lowered into .then grave that enterprising and hustling city. save as the church labors for the VDU. The Spirit's work la revealing Hard Luck. .trouble." .' .

,most pathetic':"-Incident ,
Hundreds of children jolnedwith'their'q : 1 >lon of a physician who hsA --- not an end in itself. It la .a..means to _Murray.He :__ __ _. . J!.'Yea -ha'a an.--nrphan. -- -- -Fos tar-M 1 1 burn-O ftH II'.IN a y .-_' -
bb ag-.and-taa.--w-
etd-ere--jn--1oudlYI emDaimlng preparaUort which he: t&o attainment of STvIrieconclusions"The : ('
"Folks die recently? .
;''t} Ing ot the little ones coupled with the claims; is also good for rheumatism. trouble has been and is that wr is All In All.Qpd . A'N
:l,, '.!- .obs&f tbe men and women in thethrong gout and edtem! If the patient dies have mistaken theology for Christianityb ,!la al) to the> If thou be hun- "Nope" been.. dead. .. a 'number; of. --CboU-Dld you shoot thegul ?' t _" :

> wa.- most pathetic aad .con- in tbat doctor's hands, It will only be the organization for the life cry He Is bread; if thirsty He is years Al y-Yes so awkwW-dtr 1pan' .
'I.\ Tlndncj..dence'of' the regard In necessary .to Increase. the ''dose not the membership roll for;, the.. test 01 Alter; it In darkness. :He is light; "Then why the grief?!'" pul on' speed and get> away.--4N W' -.",

rVhlcjh/the.iate-teayon-was held i y"hie-: xftange the treatmet. membership.Quit.oth.rwiq1s.ths.., -4- lIalt.4..H.1a a rob of Immortal. "Baseball on. in, his -York' !! }
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continued', stories In our:'heady Than, : \VaVitual . The unlTerse Is'**Cer, .
g im any pebpM In history. a'is rU...Puck.Vo president lloosevrtt has Ja 'say on otetsawe.
'any.and all subject! But .is..ho realiy QUALITYFRISHMCSS- BuiROASTINGMAKING
1 Drive Out Malaria' and Valid V| I. Constipation up on .snakes' ?ly nature he Is I
/ the SystemTake I : down on. th m. AVhat does he Vnow I whoa vow aary ,

arhion the Old Standard Qxyrva TASTS I May enHy I of t' "hoop snake ot the South.? \LUZIANNE COFFEE; "
utss lieu Tonio. Toa know what yon pcratetw ; o crcojr: ':jpro cpersonalcFotta Thousands of men could be presentedto You an Dosithrtty injured Ihe
The formula .U VritKtKe) " upon
are taking plainly printed I \ \GI\C him who would swear to'ed1lt.>
on every bottle, allowing it .is simply (jni. i l I first EourPdnts-aj for thtbrf J ,
nine and Iron in a tasteless form," and the tithe !? (ruiyfrcncjictai I&MUVCvrmtJy 'once of such a, freaturo": : 'It forms.It. r
most effectual form. for, grown poopisaad ,Syrup ogan4Uir( ;fScwni, self Into a hoop) when offended.' by YouianlpossibhmakepoarJfee'(

',. chudr n.. Ma.: ,v :which enabteiS orm rgui
.q..1....." "9J'h .-:severknoWn by laihl-. daily fa iKtt QSsistcmce w tra''.- bases ltg' _m.1trroUin Joncth bYrywbelT 2S l:hiesTntwaeaWrd.vl +o
New TentCitr.TS"Cn 'a Pretty mbroldery'For L nprfe.The fence, II 'o' lure may be raauoXip di J highway at terfinc speed. It the I _LRp

II' coat as this one cannot fall to find Its I dainty'colored' embrolderfed TICTT.B.JX&BICLIA.BL.. CO BE.tTBTTBSini w ten ho Stkekstoy"\ 'enemy hide behind *. tree Ibis won,

""welcome. It is Jaunty_ and,chic: yet are. being used for.: lingerie hats tq ao-/ 1s a lure'o and speedy savefor remed' to'n.t"wItci }arct0 ASf\\st .' derful serJlllt, going too'tut to'turn
.. ) Ycyuittel, \ strikes the, trunk with. such 4 "Mfc
company: froc&s in which the game eocema, tetter,skin and scalp aside
brold.rJel.appear... and Itching piles indorsed by pbystolans: ) nalure- rwt Met to suppanti6eewtun.' )) force kits Jo; bury: Ju. .I pAt! ,,!! .taUJn"th
praised byy thousands who ha evase4-1t.. ttonsr KVcK ; fenders It ,
f M 'I Fragrant, soothing 'antiseptic.. III.... at ralfttn<< hOUt'itlhtn."t" bark, Thl-aDd' e '
Ix> Chains.I! druggists or by mall from J. '!'..BaTjrraiitB, tnatey'uponr," 4'r "'helpless and' tbe en' cuT either escapes TNC DUTO1 '

'The new tan or lorgnette chains I epl. A, Savannah. Qa. : p.'r.acffot't&cl: ; tightlivin; i 'geaeralir ''or kills Mr. Hoople.-New York- : lyY PAINTR, a

I are exceedingly pretty, and one design'In Virtue and honesty are twj>>I'1 At ;rogtits beneJcia& efec adlpaytt Press.

French gilt set with groups' least,.each .Is Its own reward ..JLt .gen\t\ne' 'TIIE :MOTORiST.SLKoiekerWhero PAIN QUALITY

i.I i.! of ItOQel. or mock jewels such as !of".Wln 10w'. Soothing Syrup'for Children )' do you. keep your
coral. Jade, topaz and lapln lazuli is teething softens tbeKu II,redu08II inflamma- Syrup rags" Jixd&un4 speedometer ITtSrOVNOONCfOHPUREWHrTELEAO
I t particularly effeettre. At the same .tion.allavsn alnCUre.wlad colic,35c a bottle . .. :; i|I Bock -On the cop's machine.
' there slender chainsof .J . ,
are long
I II will not CALIFORNIA"FtG. '" '
Memory Is that which permit . New; yoTk-rSun, ,. ,
gilt and gun metal ornamentedwith us to forgot unpleasant things. t .-* MAOK or
: rhinestones set BO that they look Ji19T- M TML ,
I I ., : like a strliig-of doWdropa.Seven I \> Constipation and llillonsn ... Co ONLY t,L SO. : ,'tol-O DUTCH ?
xonds poisonousmatter SOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUCdSTS, "Thqautomobile U rapidly dividing. a cos' JL .
> ; bounding Constipation through the bfcdy. Dull headache one toe cgty' eegntar pme Sot rn Qottle ,I the public Into two claines.Vca ." r -
fiend Skirt. Breath, Bleared. Eyes, I .
Feted !
tour Stomach To and to whaling ; the iiultk or tho dead. "
whaling -get a
The seven gored skirt always a LOBS ot Enoriry!: and Appetite are the snn"'t go --'' Puck.
graceful and attractive oM. and this "Ign.ol theatll(
. model has the advantage of Includingthe positively our Hvo-o bettor aetlou They, awaken oleumm j

, very latest features of the season. -' the the sluggish bowels, strengthen too weakened parts, American Cotton and -Business, University It' PM:OK$138

. It Is laid in-two pleats at each Induce appetite and ivld d Nltlon. Price : \ 0
. 25 cents from your dialer or direct from )
' B"l1m. which provide just sufficient and School'of
, laboratory- Vroo .sample by mall to any Telegraphy ConsolidatedM M i
1 . fulness for grace and it can be closed liiidreas.-. M.YerNC..lRy! Wnyoroin. Qa. r''
either at the left of the front with ornamentaL I GE ILL E" GA.
I A man may actually act well his LLED V GUARANTEED 0- YEA b
at the
buttone or Invisibly part and yet not be an'actor.. COON- w. s> ..*t.*'b mnplcl _____l.l>t U a) <.r. hew to sir***. ..._Itr. load bM all h. .!.._ '1m wo.awa _' '
back as,liked. It la adapted to linen aitp I .../ and Mill ee.ta..ed b. ebb, to proi L.lIo'ja__L 11"1... built .C, .
and et. Alike. ..,IoM. w. .l.ota.nhhi| ,. fi ....r.rMtnn h f Rnrm.nnd"na.Oeum. Onr rnom. .nlir. ..pBt- /ao1.bN.rahf.yeyrpad.bOk, IlllE14. '1r 1
to to mohair, to all skirting .
. 1..K .. ..
serge o ton e.- All +.aD+n. BOOKKE (?PIN HA | aod nlrr. )1..d.a.a r co r
. t'to all suiting materials, but as illustrated Those who have'urered( the agonyof .. na.n w tr.d.d rRYt. u: ?!.:< ': mm U IHI ll. bnt el. full ru5 .
an< .. _. ... = C't."J: :ee":
M aCfaL LAZY .11 8HOMTHANU.*> Blcrtrlb. ;;, eW w/U MeN,,
I afflictions can appreciate the .... ..
Is made of Panama cloth eye and 1'I.t.ltR4BXJiaao;; ... Under throe sine.T.L.nub.n tad Tmin *> | b.ww"1l. 1N haI.-- a + rDAYS'
Telegraphy .. .___ .tb..Nub .
to humanity in Dr. HltcbeWIfamous Mnl. 1
blessing ... ... ..nd mui.e .9.IMnd..
finished with tailor stitching- it,p m oa_rc..oe.Ww write lor ""' .. .
Bye Halve. Introduced in 9O FREE TRIAL.
I absolutely simple withal! and In-I I The skirt Is cut In seven gores. The this region In 1849 It Is found In all '

.r I. volves .no difficulties ia the making.; pleats effectually conceal the seams well regulated homes. Not alone I Stimulates the Liver and Bowels w..II Rnnr.I DIRIteTNORa". '. 'ro
.. mankind but dumb animals know Its into natural action. ..le.:; .=.
comforts. Mitchell's EyeSalve, S6c. NU B I IiIaI 1e..s prra1..ii.le.t..pmrw', C.war .,.
... .A Its effects are thorough and will ta..m..Yh1Y, 5.5ad1, r t mi
] TOO ALCOHOLIC.: w.... quick. gin a"iwf"illtei oo ii
Redd-DU1 you try a jlnrlklsha
I Pleasant take.
while you were travol'n' abroad TRY A BOTTLE : ,. .I" r '
| Greene-No! you must recollect I"hi Ask your dealer; for It e, :=-.r." rlelruwWe
, 'h I] on the\ water wagon'1"-Yonkem Mr.U
1 .. .. ..:=.r-a.: =:.
1 Statesman. To* .aCn B4 .tumid mx+w % .d 1.0. -
11 A. AoronntiamC I In nn* ofSeat et.w (ire.. ....lwnpbl..1Mn. r5. --hr iw7
L I earn T!'ale I rah N.op.anon ahool..d.r of Bjtil sr parttmlar at
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Or a wh
I OflloUI. I..II..I. all o.r .shads. ruttios..b.ol.t.I n. """'tI" I o r
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1nLe6 reWettteftsfeTeaSS...a ........,
" r After Other 'Treatment FalJ d- Taiv; ational Telegraph Institute, (Dept. A. N.) 1Ik'rn'A TaNp O:: OULVMb1A PHILA PA.,.:0. ..k./. for. _TII...,-..-....--._ dnwlbeS ew.......Iwo act; p.k'r
1 Eczema on'. Face hat ;51uSreSHa.:: ,

: )i "Our baby Lasted boy Throe broke out Month.with rrzenn n THE J. R. WATKINS MEDICAL "CO. _r.n-:.. ._:........ LS4-.. 05. .

face month old. One p''". smrriviT A-co.. tt,
; II'i. the .ide of his face Die pipe of n nickelwas WINONA. MINNE,OTA. raY a 1'arere ar.s.ArtaRrstmoadll.
I like berfiitealt for three. montli. sip !II..... VO ..,_..'.. Ar i raw Rouse all al.... Tallot 1* upai a.ll.... :Fla.>.._ aile. ;
he would out when I bathed the '
cry Canafrj 'anted, in EtJry< County. : =Tlioinpson'sEyeWater
that were sore nna broken nut. 1 {
t : j.n.1 ...*. ...- j
him three months' treatment from
. doctor, but at the end of that time BEST EX I. (At-4O'OBL, !' a. ,

. the child was no better. TVj.n n>r doctor, If you must make your mark use - Kar'''

'( I of recommended Cuticura Soap.Cuticura.a third After of a.using'w>x of a(rale""ul'-. chalk; It will rub off.. t .I ,..

cure Ointment and half a bottle of ('III'- Capudine Cores Indigestion Pains o a S ..:
I curs Reiolvrnt he was well and Ids"fare Belching Sour Stomach, and Heartburn I ,
r i WHS ... smooth as nnv habv'.. He is now from whatever cause. It s Liquid. Effects I II I '.

two years and a half old 'an.' no rrxemii .'lac.irnmadiately.: and 60e.. at Doctors drug .to prescribe,.,.. it. lacy : Make TwoBundles .'1/.
, I has reappeared. Mrs M. T,. Harris, AlLunfKan. <
., May .14_eau.Jupe 12, 1907." Sometimes a question Is itself qucs- ot
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1 11unabte: -ra" .
-------rNot-- -- s: WheatOi l
" r 'g Proud. Where but t nOne

. 1 Ran Francisco Is chuckling over astory OUT OF DOOR WORKERS Bundle I
l about Battling Nelson the conqueror m
L iw r1qn; who cannot Stop . Grew Before ,
t ,. of Joe Gans, the "old faiaV- for Brainy day.- will t J 1 1
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\ ;;;.... 1er.." .. find the greatest I t Getting it foil _
T -' '
Nelson appeared In taslilon able comfort and free crop from a fer- '
" : restaurant a day or two after the of bodily movement ktlUzcr without 6r a

:. :: fight. His presence made a sensation ..1WERS,: : 1 i iJ enoMfk Potaah,is .
.* He was stared at ,as though. hq : 1 like getting well
J 8 .. '
( by the doctor's prescription with its most important drug left oat.
.' lad ;.beena'pretty. . girl: In. a .'l7JIiBAA.WATERPRooF 1 Commercial fertilizers,need mart Potash to get. all the crop profit ;'
:,on are entitled to. ,
t-'' ',,.' .Jt happened that-an English womanof i ; Mix: 28 to >D pounds of Muriate of Potash with.ZOO pounds of bone I
) dd ' In the restaurant.She meal That will raise.tvMeatSet .
-." ru title was dining OILED CLOTHIN pbocphate. clovec.noo: !
expressed a desire (o meet the WCKfIS'3Qi SUITSt3o! The proof, will come next year in bigger crop, more profit. fbtft
: :. iilirof Buy the Potash first. '
champion, and one of her companions . / #
. ,.' arranged the matter with Every garnwtit bearing. as tar Omr a-..,onntalnlnr/ac<'< about .oil .
I quickly /the sign Qf the "th.gua'QI'leed crops saaaurca and Ienw..n.. Mallal /_
, Nelson's second or third assistantbusiness ,
I viotorprooi ,. GERMAN CAM WORKS Candler Building. AUaata, Qeorcta t

l . manager. t c.otdlog; wN W New York-pJ Naaaaa octet.'. Hilran-HosailnsrSf 1frVM. .g.q '
- "Battling Nelson-Countess Ere. .'C::::: o ron rw I
.! ; 2t 2/ Shake hands with him, countess. .

H' There ain't no pride about him. He'll!! '
i ;
i. 'ft." ,let yon."-Washington. : Star. Coining to the STATE FAIR ?" Oct. 8 to 25th;' "

; AV. au Everybody's coming-It; '.a going to.b .the BIGGEST.. .

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: : ) is cut with sleeves and coat por- and are stitched flat Veil below the J.Atlanta's: \ : : ,

k i .llong I In one but In the later manner hips.. It dun be made either In walk- ;yy tyt'yt ;

I jjtrhlch means snug fit, under the arms.It Ing length adapted to the street, .or w
1 \ corn be"" finished with ornamental In the graceful, round one that is so., o' '

r'\ laps at the daHs or with genuine well liked for I Ipdoor wear. LeadIng !Department Store t

pockets as liked and. Is adapted to all The quantity of material required .- ,

I suiting materials, .while also| It makes ,for the medium size Is nine and ..... ... _.=//I ems_... ," .. -.?;J:. ..f.-.::; wwrylilr

':" an excellent model for the lightweight Extends to Each and Every Reader of' .This!,
In the illustration
.. \ s Paper a Cordial invitationtoMak .
rrl' light brown serge is trimmed -
."r \ with foulard and bands of taffeta. -. Y Their Store HEADQUARTERS?i' '?... ', l
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.such combinations being greatly In
t lY.. (,4-T: Vogue'< ]jut Slow but almost any contrasting Vt J.Mulgh. Co's Atlanta U..rt-, Oa. ... ........., The fame of the J Wl. 'HIGH'CO., STORE '

o- .i. material" can 1>e .used' for collar ( i 1 C This woman' Bays Lydla E. is .wld -spread throughout the'Smith Atlantic. ;:States. It

',.. 4r; and .cuffs. and braid and banding Plnkham'B Vegetable Compound THIRTY COMPLETE STORES is the t: chief,source of dress {supply'for the :women of',Atlanta '
f of the'material are equally correct ns
eared tier life. Read her letter. jSilks
a finish. 'Two big buttons at the front IN ONE.' : and surrounding country as well las"lthe'r.op: :

,'t a feature and are exceedingly 1 1I .MrS.' T. a Wll1adaen.oifJl.1ntng: ping center by. mail-for.thousands families 'l1viiiganWash ;
r'a nol -- Iowa,writes to lira. Finkham: Handk.rohi.h.Coats,
e. t tl Georgia and adjoining states I
I I that E. Pink- Goods, Embroidery! .? "
I' The coat. Is made with.fronts, back. can truly say LydIa ""
tv side-backs and underarm gores. The l\- \ ham's Vegetable Compound 'saved my MUlia-ir, Mu.lio, .Its abundant and}: convent.,_

..:. ..!} ?! extended 'to t JA life yOtl,.and( tB eaanot TTTMTiluW".e.'lrpl'etIlulIY SafOr/ TJftrtl rate. Cut- Glaaa, Fdrnltur*, Mattr.uaa- - enUy8rra11g&cL..atocksjOIIDraped "

+!"-. ) : under 1>portions"of JtStf with the Worst forma of female complaints .>, Window Shad.*, pletely filling five spacious PEcrAt BARGAIN.OF - '

.I sleeves, so allowing graceful! lines continually doctoring and UpkoUt.17 Carpets, Ruf, floors embrace in SET ROGERS' SPOONS 59C. "
::1.:.:,' and doing away with fulness at that spending: lots of money for medicine Matti...,. lJ.oi......., splendid t
f. '; point. Rollover"cuffs finish the.. without help I wrote you for advice, Lace Curtains, GloTes.......1----. variety: In .rd' .rtetes1t1aepaUiacpo_-
; sleeve edges and aroll-over collar followed! it as directed and took Lydia er of this particular paper fervour
t I! completes the neck. 1 H E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound and Linings, Lacaa, Raincoat, Millinery and ReadytoWeaf"Garments Mail Order trade; cut this out and
--.... It ha* restored'me to perfect health. Wkit Goo I.. Bdspruuls, bring or snail to as with 59e in
Hats That Are Becoming.The Had it not been for you I should have Chinav Crockery, .'.."....w...., stamps, and 7c for postage, '
been in my grave to-day. I wish every ..314will send you SET OF i -
hat to get Is straw of a becom- suffering woman would try It." Hotel VCara, Bric-a-Brac, SIX ROGERS' TEA SPOONs-. : .
The' big natural"Tough I La\dia Suits.Trimming. representing the "JUga C" of nsw falIa"n! ,. <'
> ing ; FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.For Warranted for 25 ,...*-,..... ,
) L straw: sailors rolled up at one aide three-quarter yards twenty-four or'' Ribbons, Waists, Ua... Silk andWooltn. set, $2.00 domuv
Cms Materials
are the best.aHhoqgh black and white. twentY-Hv.D. and one-half ;yards, thirty year*,LydiA-E.--Pink- Jvw.lry, Knit Undarwoarj'Infants' _.. iif' .., i' -.

chip are both chosen, forty-lour or'fifty-two Inches wide.. .Ji Ti's Vegetable COmpound:: made W_r, Shoes Noroltios.Imported from the ,m'sanfactnrsrs' .of Europe S For 59c Setof1or ; rri)
f -, r from roots and herbs, baa been the and America. ," ,
the Pron! GlnU .. standard remedy for female ills. and Hand-Pajpt.d '
China, D.... Goods. Hoai. IDSYgi 8t8 ?l.I8Dozeov .
,+f"" 'There is probably no "other one Hand embroidered linen girdles and has positively cured thousands of y .aad MIRCHoAH.rD bs found la any ,', -,
point that makes so great a difference with the. work all done in soft pale worsen who have been troubled with Sldrta, Do.ticNotio...) Metropolitan Department Store. B. ears that this :clipping and --
colors,, seen.. displacements inflammation uloe ration UmbroIUs, Blankets; of '
Jn one's appearance as becoming -are- -They are fastened Thlrtv or mare: Dspartmints -all under erne dressingof the hair, therefore It let invisibly with hooks and eyes mak- fibroid tumors, irreflplarities, Furalebi.... one roof and all ander ezpsrt: aapsrvistoa.i and every-order. %., .- ->

t worth while tojBt'udy the profile and ing/the girdle appear 'as though; H .periodio pains, backache, that bear I
t r general outline lhe"head beT6reAdopting had -no-opening:-' Thl :=giTes-.'--the- g-down feeling flatulency --"NIiH'S-I3IG--ST4RB-Is: 'of-the-:Slghts f-Atlant :" "- 4
stjrle. >. waist a round and youthfuleffect.. tiondJzkineseornervousprostration. I . .
new -
{ ,I .1.1./: ....:...--0.. --'- Why don't -ou.try it? ,Y+.

'- -.,' More Brace Iteqnlred.- '. Graceful Collar. Mr*. Plnkbam -Ia"nie. all sick P :
1, tiypuree l every woman .who desires The collar that curves high at the 'women to write her for advice. : ., : D1YE.Se;

.rtq wear the sheathikirE lit:practfcd back 1. wuch-rnorei-gTaceruT; than-that 'Bhe-...,*-:jralded thousand to Cptormanroods brlghfor__ and,eater esters Ihaa any olWd_-Oo. mm. >an>ar as Um all. .--..-,,,.,. eje: ta aM wa* .hMMr(aaalanr e aiw< .- _ijW'*
; and'-practice. to mak..Mrie1t.: 'mor.fJl' which-projects utramong the roots of. health. '.Addreu-"L7DIIo-Mu.r. aa-dr.anjmrai: 1tba t.rli>txaf a""snrWfI5eferbootrworn urm ,stsssa 544 SUS Oalon HUkatuK AJI&V&.r.u.) /4.''''. {IHuia,, *:'i
\r{: ;;1 gracefuU'but wm bnfeel repaid? the hair lit two sharp'points.. I. .., ., ,' ." ......... "' i.i.'f .;J,
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Tfc-Kisswwee .YaUey Gazette.JfVBUBHKD Uphold Your Local Paper. "

,; ... -_.. .... - The most valuable asset of a own Is '\ .. "
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a Rood( live and If NAILSI
newspaper generally I'9S .
B"3RYRIDAY. the leant appreciated. We do not f' .,,, 11 I I ; \

Office'in Valley.0 azette Building.KKStMMKB.OeCBOLAOOU14Tr.rifA. mean by fhatto..a, th.t "a""town's in- 6,. I .. _. ,, ., . 1' C-. :

habitants, Dot want a reGclae.bp.todate '. 1jiir ,

paper one that contains the. .' . ". .f .. .
.prop'r' news from every quarter of the Kloba S' I II.'P4t"l":7". : ; :; ". "
W\JS;. HARRIS, Editor .. .and also never fails\ to otlon the I \0 I '- "
.' local .. 1 .
.- ,.- ,.,' -- \I01I1. unimportant Happening > : I
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even to the extent publishing the ., "
fact 'of !Mr. Smith' old sorrel more /
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.r'*' w On*_copy',.(one I* month 1'...... ....-...... .. .. '1 JJJ haying the bolts and Mrs, Brown'* ,, t-, ,< ;; Faf : z ;8 to 60 ,8' Lbs'for' 25 Cents
,One copy.three months ..... .... ... 26 blue pullet the pip,while at the same line" of. J'-JlLg.I Penny, .
r, \ __....L---.. Y r time lt roust contain exhaustive' arU- ...... .. ;
,:. Ilea on the! resources, of the county, : : .
Allf"li..ticX.a.. .....Ptrom our ."tho ..uolt.oll cllmaterhealth'eWMrof. d : : :; ,, ;
] utamatter .wort:be lnMd tortnewrttwrrwill ; ? r' 'jYeft" .
rt KeJectedMUM .not .b. returned unlee peak lo glowing terms of the general .- .
y' y. tae good qualities of the cl..lzenfrell'artl.- rWomen .: J
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; len or what those qualities really are I .
.ded.t.PuuttfacI1.;. KlMlmmee.FU.... put!, It Is appreciated to the extent and .

...-.....-""'" 'i',0- or iloancially'aesisting* the publisherto .: : a< ,. - _.1 f.- .f'-- :,t"h. J; .
exist and his employe .
Friday, Oct. 2; 11108.I A local newspaper pay U expected to be i S -:. . now Z;. Cut on Other GoodsPrice 'Before Buying. We "r
foremost advocacy of all measure. ; ,' {/Children is 2 .

...' that tend. to'the \town's Root., to boost . Desire to Reduce. StockJorjCeisli. ____
I y' any and every od) thing that will i"- -" -- S. :;: ;

,( D Democratic k t/ brlnlt 'a'- doll.r to the pocket of the opefor S '
t biislnesn \omIllUnIIV., to chronicle I" your '. _" ..
A ... .
i c : deaths., IBarrl ujteii and births. print . '
; . yorr'reildenUaIEI.olont l social happening* and church and ..0'eletle.
' . P.1:1.: W/BrTbER'P.tAILKY: .' notiepd, devote columns 6f inspection . .. W. B. Makinson CoJ
HUBERT ELlAV1AUEORWE space: free to advertising any public G
'. ?_, .__ C.MARTIN.! event whl,'Ir Is uottenUp solely for 1 f; .

1 t.4 r For ReiireiHinlattVD MA, M U K In L B. PA BCD.., M DlntrK. .t". financial fain, and then Its publisher --.. .
FRANK CLAN In called upon to 1:0 down In his. pock '
rK 't Fq tfovernor: eland iflve committee i
up 0 every
-J' ALRKRTW.wIAHRIe7'Vor Compirol.criA.ACJWOM.. Individual seeking aid for such.enter*i'1 To Reduce Stock !

1 ''f . prise, and If he falls or refuse to, yield :
1s lmrtre.aurer: and yield'liberally he Is Immediately:
W. V. K.KOTT.\ .. I I
i for Heoratarr or Ktitot' marked down, as a man unworthy of 1- S
'k HCIVOKAW XKD. patronage and one! who should not be

For Attorney(Ofnrral! at the head of the/ local paper, for he White Shirt Waists worth- 3.25 reduced to$2: 39

S ty xt Buiwitt. PARK Wll.tcudvot M.M.HOLIX1WAY.TKAMMKI.UFor of Ptililto Inulrucllnn. : backsliding Is a leaner down citizen, a non-progressive' l ,. "" I .,.' 1n For :: :: ::.- :: 2.75 3.00' "II' :: .. 2 Inn 29

h For OoromtMlonpr of Agrjm\ltore: Few people not engaged In publishing -, .. .. .. .. 2.85 II .... . 216
H K. IfcUN. .. ..
a newspaper.are aware what It II . .
1 'ForhutkewoflbenapremeConrl: ;; 2.50 1 89 ,.
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; t WILLIAM HOOKER. costs pen Issue to-'pfmt one'the size of Cash ? 2.25 179 .
tSS .t. TROMASM.NHAI'KLtFORD."' The Valley 'Gazelle, and still fewer I. n n .. .. .. 2:00: 01 : 'il 1 50l .

,w f would believe us if we told the exact VV I VVVVVVVVVVVVVVyVVVVVVV .:::_-- ---- --: '-. },P .. (\ 65 ;
? t '. Foe Benttprtth 111etd1 _. figures but suffice It \to say thatttift- -- --- -- .. .5 1.85 "' . '
1 47lommenang "
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.. only by practicing closest economyare S. I
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For Member of the Rl : 1 45
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a C. 8. AUREJ.F we enabled to furnish subHcribers t..
_, .. 1.05 1 39
". /County Judue! ) this publication without\ meeting with 5' 5' 5' ":.. ""*1o . .
a loss each week." "
Pronecatinfl Altorney MONDAY :: :: : 1.25 N6
r- a. F. KRI BS.For The proceed from this parr! Is the i. K5 .. ? . .9
Clerk of the CI.mlCo".I: only Income ito owner has and it. is .. ." ,. ., 'S 75 .. .. 69
AKmDfib<> F.rtAN. to Its ad vertlslngcYjIuinns i heuiu&t look take pleasure in announcing to our friend* and to the AUG. 10 ". .. lf!} .. "' . 44

F S I" 2sr T.x A.aea.or! and If he elves them to the
J.L. OVKReTBcrr.ForTCollr iior:, public for nothing In return but rood GENERAL MERCHANDISE Our
entire Stock of Embroideries and Laces will 1 be sold at Cost
C."'.. DANDY.ForConnty wishes pleasant smiles and glad hand -.
I" Trvwiuifer. : shakes it will not be long before the in our new new store on the ait9" of the old Leghorn'postoBice. for the next thirty days. "
H. C. MILLKR.For oHlce door will 'be shut to no Our stock of is fresh and will be .
Count* 8up rvt.ot: open I goods all found up to date .
@. y n w. RI FIN more.It In every )'Iart.Ic"lar. We propose... to do a general barter business H. C. STANFORD CO.J it
eapefmten0ent'of; PnbIiofo.tracUon:
a For ha always been our desire to aid .
W. J BKAKrt I : In the advancement of any cause that and will take exchange for goods, at their full market itt
FmCo.nyComaflwalnnrrlriatrlctNoI I
Y, h E. L. bKSLKY had for its Intention the community's value, cattle hoes' fruit poultry and all country produce.We -
+ For County. CommlMloner Dl.,rlct. 'No, 2: welfare and we believe our worst ene- have secured the !service' of Mr. T. N. FAIl as manager t.H
S ", K. L. r. UVKRSTREKT.s Il.trlot No.. 1 my would not charge us With neglect who win be found VN1NeA1M1bt11---- N't111NA '
S .t- For County ConmlMloner : at the store at all times ('r'e'n". 1
J B. STaATTON. of duty in that line. but we desire to
,'1w For County (:nIBm..lo..... Vlmrlct N
r Tor County Oommliulon FLMtRBASS.DlKtrict No. A: fact that a newspaper is property I High School Opens First j
1 j
t: .. H. WALKER the same a* anything else and the business The Bassville Co
,, For Member. linbool Bo.rd Umtrk-t No.I: of conducting one Is lust as com- Grocery

$1. For Member Sohool W. U.Board BA>!!!.Harlot No 2: plex and must be guarded, especiallythe "
E K. BROWN financial end of it, just a..*areful: 1
T For Member Suhool Board DUIiIrl Nn. 8:: ly as any other in existence.A J.. S. STRATTON AND A. F. BASS. PROPRIETORS. !;

i k r .J. B. TUMBLIN'Here'stotbemanwboplanethiogs.._. -.. --- local paper Is considered an Indexto \ .--- ,- -
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the thrift, the energy and the general -
-' i character of the citfken of a town
Builds things-makes 1htoga- and while it is the desire o( every publisher Favorite FertilizersFOR -

It bi F Gt atr Who take off his coaL and takes a to furnish his patrons with the S IN PURCHASING ..YOUR SCHOOL sUPPLIES )

p.+ . best possible paper yet he must limit DON'T FORGET-THAT WE
And does things." himself to his Income which In. many CITRUS AND ALL,, OTHER CROPS.. .
Instances far too small. CARRY A FULL LINE, '

F When Oryancalls'Taft's hand he invariably If a county a city/ an organizationor i- 1 1i

k-}. } -turns out. to be a four-flusher. spend an in individual advertising has, any they money should to FERTILIZER "MATERJALS i Kissimmee

r 'SOOOP One,. 1o 8LO?a11'e horse down spend It with the local paper, the paper Drug Company | i
Tampatown.. Served Aim right for th'at lty.two-tlme.- does its'
r r still remaining'\ in the ploblan class.In. utmost to place Its town ajjd. county !
Klsslmmeeeditors u,e autos and before the world in the best !light, the INSECTICIDES"FOR NMMNWNNNKK--"""" ----'NM AMN11? .
of paper at which every prospective nome-
.. aeros as means conveyance. I look. "-- ISALE BY- .. .
= seeker or Investor for a true inwardness .
f ,
.If. Editor Jordan speaks by the clock and the into conditions the character prevalllng of the people ln aEt Arr l.c# a A,. _...-itt'aAa;&_&A ,acts... .
roea he advocates a continuation 01tbe J. M. LEE - KISSIMMEE .r
ry convict lease OoverntjrOllcbrist the community and not invest money : J4Q
system Id in Sunday editions of big foreign "Picture
'? will$ be silent on that subject space 4.J. W.
E when be addresses the legislature.An papers nor in page write-ups to AGENT' .- FOR. .THOlllPSON Monlding..i
special editions of state r/1 .
Ohio' man aye thsltnVorilythings outside your own county. Sanders Fertilizer Jacksonville 'Ra.: All
littsld/ Company, Kinds 'o : s ,
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Mississippi raises Democrats .
/ .pII11J8.Ir. . ' ,. = FUNERAL DJ R E CTORmade{ " "" " "
and hell. Well Mr, Mann. Mississippi's 1. -- j to Ordef; .:' t.I "Ie
got your old state beat to.a
SI r' nnlsb, for you are guilty of turning r I LICENSED EMBALMER ,

,; loose on the public Foraker and Taft. Bened.ictofOrlando. ': I 1 .
Henry Prompt attention Given-to. 'i

A preacher Is now telling about the orders sent by mail or '
determination of Pilate's wife We l Also Nice Line of Ladies' and '
don't know anything about the determination Secured the Agency for the celebrated telegraph.. lit "

of the .oil boy'i wife but I l fi Gents" Burial. : Rohee. I c.. j

;, lee do know something about the determination PITNER GASOLINE LIGHTING COMP'YAnd Residence WeaL Side .of
Of certain other wife-- : y .=r
t,. 'and that's no iokeeUher PHONE 7.8' Court House! Square. '* -
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is ready-to make arrangements to be represented at :
sl $i. An advertisement tell. us how to certain territory with the right parties on most favorable act.d.ta8c. ...trtalk....... / ................ .... _.........._..a-. ....jt.,0.3.. .JLi ..I
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time and money. We don't
'D.ed soy more time for we have seven terms.-. Estimates*"-- fOr'I1Qhtinif; plant Y cheerfuljf_- .} .furnished; :
'thousand"barref.' y application.i ,, ,,,,... ; : .:; ; :
already beaded f"K '" "; "'; "" '"" ",, "; "" .. .,. "" "" "" "!' ''''....""i4
up in the office cellar. What we want

'to to get a stranglehold I NORTH SIMME .
.KlS .
I "on torn moos to save. '

'i... .. And now ;old-man-Call! .is declaring" J;:.H. REDD.ITT ,..... t I = /
;... hi. Intention to TOM for.T ft.. Since : F W.-Griffi:
'b4 lost oat on that U. S. Senator job JEWELLER AND'ATCH TO !THE- RESCUE R. O. MEEK tlt"

The' bas about goo tba: limit In j jfnln' > ,
'other but It ,REPAIRER. .. :
.. ; parties appears to us It . -:--
; :.bolll 'La Ire a good"deal to make Call. and jAn. Has for sale choice lands in 'every
'J man see. my: of Watches. -
DotI't Wait 'Ttl'/' It'. TooaUttrol. porno f Florida, adapted for (arm '" Fancy, Groceries
f> forget a 'party that had three times lobe 1 Family: J
: elected him to the United 8t1&tefl"Sen. ..> low tk. kxaotpi of a- K.aR lag or growing of fruit and -vegetables :
',,41'.'' ......- ,: Any a'rtlcle of Jewelry Promltrl"dered Of. .__.... chit.... of every variety:, also phosribac ' j
It Fresh
upbri Iietluest: *, ,timber and ranch lands:_/. Meats.. 7A ?
,Th Orlando Itenorter-Star of Wednesday BICYCLE SUNDHIES. scu U>e aching back Q

s. o 'publishes-some figures showIng ,. If keeps on aching,'trouble comes.. Exceptionally fine bargains in orange Delluery! Bvery.Day Fri/ any Hour Patronage Solicited.
.: List with \ .
: your
the growth of that city durlnr the Backache !d kldnt ache. groves property "'_,
past nine months. Among the items him; he ca.n.MII It, rent K and collect a..ti.-e. .e.ilerrdl. dhr8user.a. .rit###>iu.......-p;;)
; e alttbefldfogsWLheamouotoli1b7,000' If von neglect the kldney.1'010.' ., your rents '. :. J

?? ........... 12 ,060 and sidewalks $18.870.' Lookout. for urinary .troublerdlabetes. L .....A.J. ..

making s total expenditure of *201,05 The GraY.stone .. Agent for best Fire and Life Insurance t
? ;alnce the first-of .January. This is 'ThisKIsslmnieacltUen will show ana'Armour's. Fertilizers., ----"' '''---''''''''''''''''''' ''''' J
., pretty good showing for a town that .KISIMMNU.. PLA.. bow to (ro to the rescue. '
44 (was of the killed whisky(', )last fall by the abolition Mrs E. A. Barnes, living lo the Kissimmee. ,-. Florida, f / C. A. ".IION.! fr..H_.. !t. ti. ARYAN Secretary. > '1
'f' of % '=-=' *'
western pan Kiastmmee..Fla.says -
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.rJ' On Lake To'.opekalla.IlllnUnJi .. VDoan's Kidne -Pills have helped me S 'r :a: .:E: 'j

; School opens In this city o*Monday, F> hl"Ti.._Shuuting, .so-greaUy1baIU-please HEALTH ANOIVITALITYkftd 1
--- me to recommend -_ .
and the building"""ollJce : .Rathing -GolfTennis) -_ +, ;.NtRtlt4R PItLS.gioro I :
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; Hoque Ibem;: -Ny-back-w.e ''* laaje-: : -

-- --tb.BriI strad be:uses.-:.JOY-lFeblldreDt-asjajclasfcroom!:I -"Trap 4lrioket Snoot.lnaH'-:.: -loo) oll..n&tebal4- . ,_ at not t.1meI-lift. lo-suon-anything of exteot.straighten.that:{'could after. lid:anm,-, WrauY.-JCl..ii b.Dd iatj water &;rsOlr-Gjcerr.eo( !

love to listen to the prattle of, the blueR Terms:'2.oo.too 13.60 d.y. build up. she irriwoi aid .aow. the normalTljor. .
per stooploB My rest at fitful l .
I I- 'them eyed darlings,.. love to. sit and watch. Il&tot21_ per week. and mornings It was .allbt. was do to mad U-oo; For per sale> S OweoU box...(or Pharmacy S.OO.. or bY. f. -Wa>alaa>"la> aval "U"'nl. . _
at play ..
letting Oithouwh. --
: dress .myself. The kidney secretions ..
wanner -- -
backward: to lobe day when we: : .
S.. rode, .grandpa'.donkey and stole To Oul""lo'-I1'11I1s: :lug also to caused their too me frequent great annoyance action. ,Two ow.. GRO. ERtE.S' .I. :

grandma'.lam'In fact we have been Cnroa.An.d) try a meal at the boxes of Doan's Kidney Pills, obtained W. L. YllXD0Z0. i I i $
J .arnown to at times 1 forget wa bad bus hotel. Mingle meals SOc; 21 from the Kissimmee Drug Co., .
Iness tangles* to unravel and oblU meal.tlclr't. "IO. Rooms. II per '
cured me, aDd since then J bare '
k '...tIOD. to meet so absorbed did we lay good health. ... 4 COUNTY AOENTS FOR WG( : !
become in fondly gazing upon the tiny '
For sale by all dealers. Price SO
tots as they flitted. here and there as 4 II A Y 1 CRATES
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,' v.
'does'tbe hamming bird la ; 1 Celebrated Fertilizers I
when search H. .W.--TH.UR-M-AN NewYork.oleagentwtortneUntiedSlates. ) j y,
TOtTpearlyrTdew"-: with which to. GRAIN
'quench Its'thirst but; that.was long be PItO..IBTO. E Tee -
fttS Remember the name=Doan'andtake 4 ..'' Prlcee ;;el
for we undertook lo run a newspaper, 4 -- -
no other. Far la,,ed .. ..... -- r
e4 A".c.
.ad:now tha wears t:> hive a. half 4 .-
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hundred --- -- -- '- .
'h these
r mothers' darlings in'q KISSIMMEE FLORIDA :
about ten feet-of us for- five hour* a 'WILLIAM* KIONKY PILL*, WILLSUNj "t

des U will not be unreasonable to ex, (lays You necloeted your l k'ldnT' Raveyes J. - . that. an announcement will ..ppearIn otrrworkrd your nervone. ayntam and PILMI PILKAI PILBSI HIDES .FURSWOO :,. *
caused trouble with and bladder NOTARY PUBLIC... ) ..' ... ,
this paper in A few weeks: stating lie our kldaayi ? ,. WItU. lodian PU Olctnent will eere
Mara TOW pains In .."....Vto.,.......ro4ai and -1 Blind, tilwKliDtvia Itohln-...1I..JL.baprlltlb.
editor ha been either- sentto-Chattaxiiooehee T.A'I'1.-AT'.L aG:&. S-- -
tr ,bladder; Hive y the itoMor at 0...... acta ai
svravlog-maal*e-or-his car'*'.sac..ulpectanynndertheott.? loo frequent Real S tute.Agent. ponltlce.' ctvea ianeiit niter Wllllamt Oou.ntry Produce a. Speolaity.
cats 4rat found floating Lake Toho- a dealt to paM arluvT If au, WlHlann' Kxlurjllle dlaa Pile Olnlment la prepared for PllM ate j 1.
) win cure .7"'t.-U'OM oia J-harroecj. Itvblnf of the private part Bold only by ibtOaaeau -r
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1 .,..l R E A D ,-,-:LEARN : 'and IN WARD LY DIGESTI,!'.

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'' The shank-end: } oflho 'season' to quote our friend :Bill : lYo lire a cuAlve S5TO for thiN territory for' THE :' .

. Nye, will soon be"Hero, and we da not want to carry over FELLllORLIN: KE? O ( the .11g1it l that hay'" more 1 J .

tr ' our Stock of Kefrigeratorg and, Freezers and other Summer ,light for less .money, and less curd ;required. to. operate It.-.*--.-..---'--' -

k t '. goods, and soc will ;;fve the public the benefit of wholeGilaranteed. Hjoiicplosl o.., )IJfO.Acimdlc-poj;' ,.NJx".JumnJ------. '- -- .',, .,

'"- \ ..-: '. x lo-rcductlons'I'teJlllUaklng'lIntl1] .., 'all"aro"' llsposed-of' ) , : : .9tONE"CEl\. : : ::: ''':,
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"o !%;*. ., ." ''dint.lnvlte, Inspection. ' ' ;TILE C.klIlTII&BHOS.Uype. vVritcr.! Writes tWcolors. -' ...,, ..

r:: r : While With us vox will take pleasure in showing our ; Everything visible all the, time.. The most perfect .. '

' t other lines consisting of Furniture of all kinds. Crockery,. machine on the market. Cash or Instuhll ntM.; : "_,0 _

] ._ &tattonbry ooJN) .,Pictures THE ,.
( nsMware. TIn.agd.. ':.Agateware LUUiyEN-CAMPUELt-SMITHCO.'sriaiTos> Organs .? ;:: 'r

. .r---; ,and Musical Goods. .*. .- '1."" and" ira]>hophonCflfCohnnbln,81111| all attachments and '

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i1 F! THEw: : HOME.TO.RE. .KISSIMME1E. , LA" ,.

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The Klssimmee Valley Gazette Maklnson sell'; 25o:I' Mr. Sturtevant returned yesterday;; .1--- Married at Court House. 1 aartk lc'lk.lluh.lh. a u8u/ka6t.. r ik A 'h A ,

For Bicycles,---Shan.lbarger'.,, Or. from Seabreeze. I. County Judge.w. R,:Johnston per.. ; t
-. -- lando.- .- 90ft. ,):'1ne iine ot -pocket'. 'knives -at: the formed the ceremony at his office In t: .:JUST :RECEIVED A ''Fu .L1rINF' :: '

?TELEPMONH: NO. 11. EastnaaVi Kodak and supplies at. Klsslmmee Drug Co. the court. house J last. Saturday afternoon I ,",
which united In' marriage LipdV .L
Fifty piece of. new CJ Glngham ;
f.' PUBLISHED EVERY F ]DAY Osceoja) Pharmacy. received at Katz'i. -"""-. __.....,. .se, C. Hoy all and Florrie May Bass, .
U.T.Welsh. \ s : \ daughter of Mr. and Mr. '
)- ,_BT- > Express bo.-t was here this week: For Hale-A good one-horse wagon. Ira W.: BII.'. The young couple were White Rose arii ,

W. MARF4I8.: Born, to Mr and Mr*.W.W. Apply to J. L. .Moon. sen 18-2t accompanied by Mrf -fend Mr. G. C. t, I t'

. j -=- __ =':=:.'.-==, 7_:::'._ ??;:.--.,:=-::-. at their home 'In Miami.last. Ch..1e.l J.'L. Moon. W. S. Harwell and W, I l Allen brother-in-law and liter of the ;: I .
BOO. .C. Bas*.. spent yesterday In Orlando. bride,-who went with then to the'court. ..'
OFFICIAL WEATHER REPORT. Kale's store will be closed on Just. Hecelyed-X complete line of' bouse to Secure. lleeW for the marriage I C

Averse. tftnpM"lOt.Io, week mdlns Thur urdav until II i p m. on account of school supplies at. Osceola Pharmacy. \ that. occur at. a later date. ,
41. Oct. 1,_JKl*.. bn the Goods. >
Acting\ suggestion' of Judlle'.Jobnllt.oa'
iday. sat-j Mr*. C. W. Griffin and twq. children ", .
-=- visited relatives Orlando this week they concluded to :C';
; M. r Use old news papers-In your get married then and there and have It'' :
--J cleaning. We sell them at this TJol. P.-A Van Agnew\ i* transacting over with, and the Judge accordingly .

-I-i-I- al 20c oer hundred.: J I business at the State Capital this tied the knot which binds them together 'I _._ -..- 7. .

,. ".. ,. : 17 I 110 The Ia.diallihOild/ not forget next 1" week I for better or for worse. The groomIs ,! Canned Fruits.. Jellies, Jam!;" Marmalades; ''ei tables, .
, ,' P'ridaJ.7 I $i } S'' Friday and Saturday are Mrs Piriev expects to have the prettiest a popular flaejnan on the.A. C. L., Fish Etc. ... '
:::"' .. 71 80Moiidy. day at Mrs..Piltey's. opening| line 1 of patterns ever1 shown In running between Jacksonville and L' .-
'e I 7J 2.wednn..dar should out. and seethe KI..lmmeeOct.ober"I and 10. Tampa.' !
.. \ e',1 Ever lady come j I
-, .-. 111 t8 I 79TtIE 11\I' .(a.Tsundq. new styles In hats. Remember the I Guy C. Alien and' wife of Jackson Slightly Colder, With 9.o V' t R. S. ,.-

I date Octobers snd..10. | villa spent a few daysihere with.their Wh you see-that kina of a weather < FloycraCo.:
Flaming Pocket Lighters-Ignited parents, Mr. and. Mrs. Ira Bass.Mr I
I forecast you know that rheumatism -J ie,
wlthtful matches or tire. See them a.t.1 : *. Pilley announces her fall openIng weather Is at hand. Get ready for it ,, I 1r
Kissinunee Drug Co \ of millinery October 9 and 10. The now by getting a bottle of Ballard's I ii'' Y"Y _._ IF' --'lF----- _.

We now have In stock a splendidline ladies are especially Invited to attend. Snow Liniment Finest thing made ---.. --_.
of both pound and box statlon"ferv for rheumatism, chll.blaID.frolt bite
LOCAL HELD. Mr* W. J. S. Carr and children re-
.Klsslmmee Drug Co. ore and stiff and muscles, all j
Lt1'I'Fbt.Pv.hd.nt \.
turned from Coronado Beach where CX: A. CARSON. J A. CVANFwRD.VkoPmld. S.Lo :
r ? Use Plants Chill Tonic. Guaran- they havet>een upending the summer, ache and palnw. 25c. 50c and 1.00 a ": nt. ---6.w.tarr 7
-alldrugirisii. bottle.'Sold by Roberson'* Pharmacy. _
teed. Price 25 cent Sold by yesterday. I
ytl.a-t-1 bS ull7-8 I ..,
Supt. C. C. Wolrte of the Florida di- Horses for.Sale. : : ,
Aderhold left Wed
S (lies Viola nes-i i of the Southern Co.
Orla.ndo.Gb vision Express '
Wade day afternoon to accept a position spent the dahtre\ last Wednesday When In need" of a good horse don't I I : KISSIMMEE LUMBERCis. -
to.Maklnson's for nails;. the telephone office at Tampa. I looking after business' hlscompany fall to see roe before buying. I now .,
Dwelling, for rent apply to M. Mr*. Caldwell and :Miss Jean have on hand a One bunch or both caddie ,
Tiller.McCull'i. ; well) have returned from a cald-I School SuppieB.-We have not been and harness horse which 1 am of-' I| : .
friends at Kuslls and :Ml. Dora. saying much about it because we have ferlnjr at very low prices. ,i iJ ,
for sale A S. i.
Pattern by them all the lime, and everybody W. MlLLKlt. .
J-udge R. A. Barlow, who has | '
Gilbert. knows we keep "Up.t. date goods. You

New line of white material for fal 1 engaged census for of the Kisslmmee past two weeks, expects takingthe to I will need them for Monday.: Call at A Banquet Rough and Dressed :
Home Store and them.
waist* at. KATZ'S.Mr. finish his labors this,week, and Is of the get spread beforeyou) would do you no '
.J. W. Cole of Uo,allewa* In town the opinion that the census will show I Have ,Your Piano Tunei}.-Mr. M., good If you couldn't eat. What good J
on Saturday last about two thousand population for the' Stoddard a practical tuner from the can food do a child when a* soon as It i Pine Lumber

.: Boys knot pants plain and Knickerbocker ;- town. I' Ludden-Cam bel1-Smlt.h Co. of Jack- enter Its stomach It is eaten by worms. .: ,
styles at KATZ.'S. Mr. 'and !Mrs. A. Knight of Lake Bonvllle, will be here about the Ifiih Th" 'II'the reason tour baby Is ailing\ ,
fr week In town and I I tare Inst. Orders for tuning and reualn cross pal" .' faced and thin. Give it J j _j _ __ ___ ____ _., ". 4
LoU transacted business City are spending a
Mr. A. A. be left the Home. Store White's Cream It will ''
RR Orlando Wednesday. guests of the Park Hotel. MrtKnlllht may .at phone Vermifuge. expel -
in j jyhE I the worms and act as a tonic for .
and figured !ftiwn at 1* lItudylnafor the ministry 154.A HOUSE BILLS SPECIALTY : 4wA.ww
Lace curtains the child. Sold by Roberson's Phar- A '
Baptist faith and expects to complete full attendance the' membershliof -
' cut prices at Stanford's.Subscribe his course and be ordained la a Orange Blosnoro Lodge F. & .\. M. macy. --- -
for McCall's .Marar.lne few months. is requested/ at the\ regular-I .communlcation A Sbaklagtllp: --- +'
60 cents a year-=A. S. Gilbert his two next !Monday night. Acting ,
Mr. Walter Lorena brought
The Home Store are agents for the little children Amelia and Grand -Marshal G. F. Parker will be may all be very well so far a* the trusts wA't'" '
deaf-mute a a Na
White Star laundry.. Phone 154. and saw present on that occasion to instruct are concerned, but not when It comes 7 _
Bennie, Into town
of at .cost, for train for Hi. I the lodge In the order of march to bused < to chills and fever and malaria. Quit J 1."
t Forty rolls mailing\ I then off on the morning the quinine and.take. real cure-Ual-
at the laying of the cornerstone
O. HDW. Co. attending! theStateInstitution
4. cash. Augustine,where they are I South .Stables.L.
eaiDumb of the High-School building\ on Oct; IS. lIo1'larmrulj I.Sunny .
_. .-wood--delivered--m--towi* -ab forthe drugs and is a* certain as taxes. If Itl t ..-
Sl.OO per strand. .-. and Blind. Every patron of the High School doesn't sure you get vourinoney

_' _._ 10-tf KlSSIMMEE LlTMBf.B Co. Mr. Kenneth Butler returned home ''should make. special effort to have Sold by Roberson's Pharmacy.. ,
bargain small tire- i- several their children .reaqy'to meet. Principal. -.--- .. '. H/INQ"RAM''
. FOR SAI.E-At a Wednesday-from a visit of Proprietor
'1- proof ...fIl10! good condition. 'i months to relatives In Texas. Kenneth Evans V and the other teacher" at the Announcement nag been made x

.: ;i j w H. :W* THURMAN. I I says thai. la I aims country, but heIdoesn't Christian church next Monday mornIng the firm of Phillips & Uow has back\1 *\\\NMNNNNNNNNM1NNNtNNNNNNN, '
al 8.30 BO that they can be assigned dissolved by'mutual' agreement -
making exceedingly; close thick the advantages fur a {
<, "We.ure / I "' to their respective !grade sod, gel P. Phillips, by.tbe term of the f .ItOAD7rAY
anything Sand
Li'-' price* on furniture for the nest.. !xt,:young! roan are: ,down to work at'tie beeinning.ofschool. ment, has' takenover the R BOARDING
,day. for cash, S. C. G."HDW. ';0. [with this. section; ? ? '
will labor with ,
Thl* lighten the' house together! all the machinery l' '
f fr, Our fall goods coming In dally: Mrs S. H. Cull and little daughter of the teachers and make It easier forth and supplies pertaining to the plant. I i pas:':" toy-
Glad to have you Inspect them. arrived here Tuesday evening to joinher pupils to keep up with their classes Dr: Phillip is-one ofthe leading 1' .\.a\NN\\.N\NNN.\.N\NN\\\N\NNNN\q\Nk. . ?

__ KATZ'S.Mr 1 I husband, and are.located for the. Mrs. F. W. Hill and son and laugh I orange grower and shippers of the Well equipped with! New Stock aud Vehicles aitcE', -,'
*. C. W. Griffin and two children ,present at :.11'''. ;Morrison's boarding tale of Florida, owning or having an',i il
and Madeline N al'Coofllle&came
returned home Wednesday from a few I house. Mr: Cull IS the obliging .ell.-' ler. Fred I into town Monday and went north interest ID' groves which will produce I l prepared to meet all dH--witih. PctfectSatis.: .- '
i sent hero to relieve boxes of i and *.om KT """I
days' visit wlth-reiatlves\ in Orlando. press agent recently 20,000 orange T< Pet Lk1
Mr. JU. Moore. on the morning train..Fred returning ut this New Yoacker. .l 1 \ .. . .
grapefruit season.- -
Tiller of Chattanooga, ,
Mr*. V. A. to Porter r Miiiiarr Academy .st! --
Tenn.. arrived Wednesday night -to I !.lst! Inez Carson will ,rturu' home i Charleston, H. C., and Mrs. Hill and -/ I 0 > -
spend the winter here with the family :today ur Kissimmbe after a pleasant; Madeline 1I'0lnlll.o Orlando, where the 1
o< her son, M. Tiller. 'visit' to Mr. and Mrs. Nathan P. Bryan ; latter was re-entered I'll II 1 Clarke v A. pencil given ;Ithh tablet to . .. . HEAVY 'HAULING A SPECIAL'TY'ti': ''

I \.\lrs. E. 3. Dann returned home Wed : at their home In SprlngHeld. Miss: Hall, which school she has been attending school. children at Osceola_ Pharmacy. ."" "' ,t. "
nesday from Gotha, where she ha. I Carson: I I. a bright young: lady and has for the p..t.fOar. Miss| Ma- ---- n -- -- .

beeir-n.ltlng'her' d '\1&bt.enMr.. *;' anumher'bffrjends h>jev ho' always".enjoy ling also accompanied them tq Orlando --1 .. 'i' ....\
Moore and Mr*. Belknap.) ] her h.Tlmel.Unlon.W. returning with) Mrs. HID on the af -- ,.e\\\\a\NNaeee. . . r

.. 8w-John's- Guild ,,ill' m et-at the i Mr. W. Cooper, head of the ternoontreTh:! ___- .. ___ _- -,' WATSQNANDWILLIAMS I -' WHAT; 'IT ,MEANS'I! '
Oetdber Construction Co.. spent ,, .
;home of Mrs. Bullock b I Cooper "jre- ..'.
$lh, at 4 p. m. uladies are .....rda.,,10 town looking after the work Rev. Stephens and Bride Arrive. U.nrp pW do not know what a Buk'd ChplUil i.-t.;... .* tfe .dM.r. na be'\" .:..,.
'.t urgently Invited! tobe present.. 4 Ion the High School build tog.for which Swim a buk ol fUN M M.ovtol sad MM with a luv_lt.t ..
has contract. 'The Rev., Buoyan Stephen and his brIde CAPITAL AND SURPLUS' ,'' ., I"
hiS) the A SANK'8
A swell.line of combs, hair brush, 1 company eventoslast ,
y. A tovth Brushes, rubber goods, in fact but H tog thus far has progressed very arrived In the city of on Friday week visiting b Ux fund that proWetath* dn>..4ton roa,'IOM; .....,- tk. |u It K.;;UMTMiter ,
two .
after a trip .. '
non-arrival of this beak Ii ?
slowly on account of fnuetlou> the imvumttatm have. a ?7.c..kl -
i *;tf kinds. of druggists sundries at the famous resorts of tbe.east. Owing ---" V I'
material. at ..: : . .. 4... :;.i o.oooBorplM III .
bottom price aX.Onceola Pharmacy.Refrfgerator to the indisposition of. Mr. Stephens, r Bdf v. .-(.. .. ' ISOUOUBStapklMhUr ', ,
Ice cream freezers, Mr. Henry;WlI1:r
4 Hammock, Canopies, and all sum In the city. on Saturday morning voyage froth New York to Savannah, Total of. ,,..,. ,dU\.tn*OIL ., r
f- mer good at bargain t>rce.. for and. went out to the Hopkins ranch that. i. portion 'of the welcoming events POPULIST CANDIDATES The_tb.t we me.t L'...$1ls.OUO m bola..put".1 ."
,. :;;{ .,_cah. S. C. G. UDW Co. ...Dlo.... Mr. Willara ha followedthe I scheduled to beheld In her honor were TWa lIul>...tI_lat.YOU. .. -- "
Z' -Tbe Waters&CarsonGrocery Co.'s. eea for flfty-tbree years, and says temporarily postponed, but the young STATE BANK OF KIS3IMMEE .
pa.cktoabou... will begitloperatlons he has earned the right to spend the men and women have succeeded I Imakice In ,
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remainder of hi day treading earth the existences :
, happy couple's
;T1 the latter part of next week'when thevexpect .. "
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Instead the deck of a chip. since theirarrival.
strenuously pleasant one
carload of fruit. .
I. to get,off a ..
.'. Get'rjoiir'school supplies from tbe.KlMlmmee Since the last meeting of the Boardof President and Vice-President 'C. A. sfMON. .JOsTW M. tea ''II." .. CAWMM.Kissimmee .
. Y1. .-. Drug Company. Tr..dnulte a number of our prominent A band* of young men and women ....,...t. YIN Pe.le.wtl::.
vocal serenade Tuesdaynight
haven gavenhem a
't carry a full lid a, and If they buslne** men have -banned In which complete ,.
was a surpriseto ;
'.t[ what ;you :want, will order it for you. their application for membe..b1p't.ohe both Mr. and Mr*. Stephens, and I. .
and when these names ,
ORGANS-We have two good eeoond- \ secretary, do \
found them wholly unprepared to
> hand organs, Sterling and Etey, In are added to" the, roll the Board will the honor befitting the occasion, vet ELECTORS" CL.
of about tD o.kst'
membership WagQ
working .
t condition, for sale cheap, cub or' have a'There i III time for any others It wa highly appreciated, apd' made :
installment Call an.d see them. sixty. yet
the ch..rmlnlr'Wlf. feel at though she .

(/ .....:.... _:.. HOME-'iJTORIIt.' : . rate who, but wlsh after to the come next 10 tneetlttg at the dollar It will had" certainly"taken up' her homeamong .. r.\1cKINN: ril t.Large.- : _. _ !?PPU9iEC1iIlI8T1ADTi3 . _ ,..,
, Mra. C. W. Dann and little .*on, .......v.... . ', . - ._- - triaods-Butthe parson's bible T;. B -::::-=F ; Net' "
...le.-ret.uRed1l0Jll6"tO 4 S1 1abf; '-' _ wis4ltken claM fared better on Wednesday DI< * A. rom' Atlanta. wbr the*. have been Mr. Walter brent, who' for after they bad"sllenlly stolen, onto L H. COHOON-1st District.YLR..PETERSON2np .1 Blacksmith Wheelwright Horseshoer.J : ... -,
with typh.ojd! fever in Philadelphia warbled In .. s
speeding the past two week baying and/ loudly a yy' a'
11 >the latter' yes treated bv a specialist. sometime ago and was confined in a .matteyiLwInp '-a.tew.-choice-*electloDS 'Distrkt.
d plt..l-ilHhat-Ol 1-foreveral weebrsr the door* of the parsonage were All Kinds Blacksmith, Wheelwright Work; and, Ho/* shoeing
J?.,*.t'thisr. ;; Sumnf r, who moved'from returned home last Frldav night, looking thrown ''open and the glad bandof HENRY BUSH-3rd District a Specialty. "+
I :: to BOyett, Fla., some time not much the worse for his experience w.lcomee.tended accompanied by the /' .
c1 "', ago, was in town this,week and stated with this dad disease. Dor- invitation to "'come right Ip," and In 'J i

% that be had sold out at Bbyett and ing his stay In the1 hospital Mr. C. W. they.went;'to' find that Mr*. Stephenshad G.: F. KtflBBS ALLWORK'GUARANTEED, TO SATISFY. J;...

would probably mqve hit family toKisilmmee WardTperconally-uooked; after his com provided delicious.Vefreshmenis.refreshment .... I .t" ,

; fort and saw that everything needed I such a* only thoroughbred .... -. : .1" '
/The Klssimruee ball team will play a for hl. recovery was supplied.; Kentucky girl know how ATTORNBY-AT-UAW. YeeRiiat. O.JOHNS1:0N ; A
.,".. (tame on the local field with Pinecastltomorrow' <* According to the Pythian.the 'stale pare;;and the DOT dftclare their.palpates 1111' T : ::-. ; .. ,
- n330, pod ou of the Knights of-'Pythias, are till\ cryingfor more. ; 'S ,,
do ,: ., next- Wednesday the Orlando team organ Friendship Lodge\ No. 10 led .iother Mr*. Stephen ha completely charmed Office in the Court Hpuse-Kissimmee. Cold Weether'Advic* -ROQERB' LlVERWOA1', f'

g&-.. ': 'i will come here and attempt to redeem lodgestof this order in the state in tneacquisition all who have met her and although\ Florida. of ',,- end coif. TAN AND .w;,
1t..eI} in a game filth oMr bovi.p Of'Ww members for the six her husband is considered on. of the to all Jvtd beware roughs OAMoMtLAeUA'
; for"theeomplMa Colds\ ,
'" Sftteen most popular divines ever, known In with whom;; will be associated' in tbe the chest., as neglected they readily wendtnR
: Sheriff Prevail left Monday'wltb. !thet' month ending June 30th. new OQ A.tbe..d Bfaaehtli and all LanieomplalBW
p':. children mentioned- lasts member) were Initiated bv friendship Klsslmmee. he will have to pt t forth t.rl..lof cause. the law firm of lead to .pneiiroonla,,.oonumptlon orother Meon amptloe.\ UTOTWOT. Tar a.4 ,
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.r-Robl.oton '
Wild tb.nn hive for a a manlalnvd MIotabllaaod \ rf
effort his wife will take (
. renewed or pulmonarytroublse. Just a*
period while the Massev & of
during this ,
week's Issue, carrying! the little girl to Lodge anew reputation al.s- ra\d.M ew.a
.:," Jacksonville to place her in.the Chil next on the 1st was St. Augustine foremost. place in the heart of our Orfando soon as the cough appear treat with ,Mntwly. II ooiiulal BO ovldrusvctn b.rwd
--s,. with au addition of twelve mem- people. B UML'l'!LJ9rebQ.Y.D.4..lr1UP2Jb b*< siren vrluLsaftrrtot fa tlMrea.. r'
and the
dren' Home Society two boy lodge
anadeunderthe .. -- standard cure America...." Use .* dl I1.UO.:Jfctld only by OwaoTf rkwoMy. ,
splendid showing-wa*-
+ arlanna,where.Ab.y-w.r. entered bersj-Thl ., -At.Cost.fdFCasb.-: -, for' Resit.Farming '- : ) harmless.' Acure "
n- ,,l 'In the State reforrnktorj. Mrs. Rob- administration Dr:/J. W rectedyerfecty bouts
Grow. Use -newap.pere'1n: your ;
Velvet worth HjOO and 1.25 I land at Hammock and preventive Wr'.all disease* of the I
who was chancellor commander a yard
InfOa, the mother, accompanied their Simpson, .
: cleaning We sell them'thlsjpflioe
r where she will be taken of the lodge during the above cow going at 76c. Braid former) r I by in* acre or otherwise, All well lung Price 2.V CiOc and 11.00 per hot- i "
jtolando, bunch. 65c. MRS. PiUJttr. ended. .Mr. Drought. blold bLtto eou's;['Cprtnacs7 at SOo per hundred.., ..7'I, r-. ......__ -
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'4.-' P.( .n .Train Cr ..
A band of thirty train- robber held s ( r. >h iat.'Fr.lglit laMonUu I1erns-fliader of New. York, editor'

: the St. ""..20 P".*. Hurt. of Staat and vice chair .
Consumption Fighter of up Petersburg; express,' near Cuban Liberal agers Tpe Zeltung
I. l' .World Meet in'W alhinKi thins,. Kussla. shot down the train firfcakJp! Meeting I Uvlngstoa. Montana. -: plowing '.we By-the Bureau of Census man of pe publicity bureau of the

: n. guard of six men. robbed the express of Conservative. 'Party. '' through- snow stofia. eastbound a at democratic national committee:. ha

car of nearly $100,000 and, escaped. Chicago, ,Burlington and Quincy passenger Wahinaon been appointed by National Chairman

I : WELCOMED BY 'CO RIELYO Ii John F. Spencer' of 'Leister England MElfi train running over the Northern Macl a* treasurer of the national com
_ a Sunday school teacher,, serv GENERAL ATFACKEOca4Jst.rwrl.Iidenczceftr4rifU. Pacific ranlroad crashed h ad-on .COST; PJUC Charles
Of to Governor
SCHOOLS succeed
_ .J J Ins a sentence in the' pen has con .. ,* into a freight train at Young's Poln.t" I mltee.
fessed to theburglary, of 'Brooksby where the train 'were to pass, and in N. Haskell o Oklahoma, who" ba resigned -
ii '-. el JTr.uury.$peaJu.orJ".I! ( the" demolition his position.. '
; ; that resulted
.,' UL.Cems.a1uud.aL42OOOUO..weretaken. ( ) ., a ..scoro .
JitRoos.v.It..somMark.d 1 1 Report Compares the Aggregate P'.r ;
"Riot livee.wer..crushed2outan4 camel has been'en.' '
the a-aooe '
14 -On* M.n and '
; KilUif -ohlblt _
b f Simple C.r.rnud... Charles Boyle, son of a San FrancisCo Many Other injured of persons wer&injured,''several probably Cp4tjTCoYt of MataUliuag Sebeol. I.' aga1-nsirth r* .

mllltonalrre and Stanford uuiverslty S -' fatally. The freight tlagman'tal- I Cities of Over 30,000 Population.I republican elephant and.. the democratIc -

i f Washington." t. IJ.- This- city wit- student Is alleged to have cou- : Havana ed to signal thecoUtabon.. 1 I : -*.donkey. In a nnmber .of states

; .notable gatherings tea ed $to several.crimes committed In I Cuba Political- disturbances because" of the blinding snow' Theexpress Washington D. C.-Tbe bureau of. the law' !Qulrel that each party. have,, t 1
the- -westlast havV. begun to car.telescoped with 'the smo ( '
spring, assume sothegra.tity I
fVer assembled In the n&tlooalca.pitaI .. king cat/ and most 'of thefatalities' censushas ju,(. suedjtsahutrL an official emblem printed on the bal
SeoefityTtwo, wen 'were injured, seven in Cuba. A conseiYatlrio } 1 repot I lot, thtThovot9r mistake; his '
when medical scientist and Injuries *ere of person In the \ t on the of"cities'liav-, lay \
rep fatally as tbe result ot a trolley meeting at Sanctl Splrltiid was the latter cap; The car' log staUatcs (IckeL -The. prohibition party has announced ;
express was'rais a population 'of Ybis ?
T -rueting.verycLvWze&u&UozL4inkeI a Ic1ID.Lca'ye4 by-a damaged signal | over 30.0QD that have decided to
,4 occasion of a rIot at-which many were ed over the platform of the they "
,with their brothers In America In an box on the SoiunweBtern 'j'raciiou Injured car and the -smoking 'report cover the year 1906 and In- adopt the camel as their (
: ..effort to solve the problem of how bent company s line near .Tlnlcum, IVnn.' bo and In Havana a meeting of seats superstructure swept.. the eludes fiiikunal statistics A mo.rig reasons advanced malo\ , I
now away. Not.Da.aemre. th
to-cope with tuberculosis." :The great Two trolley cars heavily loaned WhO! party headed by General I Ks- in the A contldeiable portion of tho 1 Ir.I re- that the camel' is the
j auditorium of the new national tuusenm workmen tuniiliig at high\! speed collided (eros, 'was brokenup by liberals. Sanctl smoking car escaped death or !Injury. daction to the report utilized irrprehentlng selecton'water'wagon that It ean-die-
Fireman ;;
Qra Mib'cock
Spiritu Is the home of General jumped and'W& 'lanal
1 was filled with men who have consecrated , bead'011 In a dense fog and lu- definition the atfcoifiit- fresh supply of'water further ..'
.. their best talents to the study Blanlly tbe dying and. maimed were Jose of Miguel Gomes, the former' governor was kied.hopelessly. The smoking car' debris 1 !fng terms employed by tjie, buvcau of thin any other quadruped; that It can

of tuberculosis, representative* of tin scattered about toe roaVl 'or burled under theprovl'nco and the ptesent bodies mied with heads 1 the census, a statement: .tbe 'travel fasjer-than the elephant or don r
sovereign of" the wreckage.. candidate of (the Mlguellstad and the legs and arms presenting a plcs upon which irJnc- }
I foreign countries
high and'tbat
Zayinlas for the { horrible etght. In key, ft is under no necessity f. .
presidency. one place
official of government. The keynote After beth It separated neni i ly a quarter The bodies seven counting rests, and a brief'' resumeof of getting a hump on Iteelf. .
of d mayor of the town and the DO-) were so tightly wedged together the system and
every utterance reflected the hope century, Mrs. Chrh.tiaOH- methods of account
that the day Js not far distant when" V'er of New Orleans aud Sylvester lice are members the liberal, parly. that they were separated only with ing; mud(' use of at the' present tlmo According to figures given out at ,.
I General Mario MVnocaJ. a former liberCl great The known dead Chicago by Charles u: Jones, national
medical science shall triumph 0\1.1' the Oliver: now residing lii Kraiice. will dlm.uly. are: by the various government of the
| but recently nominated by -the of Utah; Cawlan United chairman of the prohibition party, ,
jrreat Stales and
scoureo. re-united wltuin a few weeks. In Jon Great Britain.
(conteurvatlve for the presidency, arrived Billings.'Mont.; Ora (. Billings, The (hero -warf, an astounding decrease In
When Secretary ISkfl the of
of the look u bout hum cities Included In
Cortelyou IrusUand
Treasury here Mon(. H' C. nQmber (lie production and sale of Intoxicating -
I .on a special train accom-, ; Qomble Mlnlston, Iowa;. thIs
; as the personal representative lue Orleans, stating.mat he was go- K. J 158, of which fifteen
I'nalcd! by L. Elkock, Denver In the United States.Nearly .
a large number of H. beverages
follow- JJ.
; find
1h4 'of the United mates, oplClally.drclar- ; to 1 1'11 11 c.'o. From the time the vet Seattle over 300.00Q.lnbablant -
cs. Thousands of ; O. M. Kstnsick $1,000.000 a day waslhe decrease
ed left men many of I Anaconda, '
IR the congress. opened there were the docks until a iew days 300,000,
,grouped on the 1 platform nucji distinguished : ago nothing; had .)el'u heard, ot the j (them on horreback met the conservative Mont.; lx>n Anderson, Hardy, Mont.; forty-eight between 50,000 and 100.000, In liquor production as estimated ."
leaders lB. Chingdon Chico by the prohibition leader.
) and ,
men as Ur. Robert Koch, the hut "'Blscoverer of the tubercle ,bacill; Dr. I him as dead. from i Ihe'sli--t that trouble was brew- K; Johnson- Denver district IBS citIes .New 'Yor. had the largest S Wisconsin .had a political climax -in. -

T A. Calmelte< (
that he give ; ( stood lettefirst declared Judge Taft to .be t .I
q Bang of London 1>1''. O. t). SimsCWoodhead : bat lerock second 126,600 Chicago
; the crown of Cotton King" in da, Mont. ;
up his pistol which lie was presumed ; John Ryan, Cushing, Okla.; thirdwith 114.932 a radical In political Ideas and then
+ Cambridge. Emjluud; Dr. j I f r I)Vall fit reel!:! bas resigned tbe pretidency' I to Mllo Halloway ; Philadelphia
!._rarrjAsjie! had a llocnsoto car-1 Billings, Mont. him his
; fourth gave own unqualified
._4t. 'demons: jyonJPirquet: it. .W. PhilIp _of the- erroColoradoitIh1iigcompanyand : ,, ; .with 1,828, and Duluth Qfth, ' endol8e-
it plHtoi Rbne .: : ,,
ry : slioa'c'd1iere-!JJebmram."addrest 1 .
t tikt;; of Edinburgh founder of the first i gouu to work, air S clerk ruKrU 1 0be unIdentified 1eiti4O56;: Il'nt -- _
fI<'BI''heJ.'lthlu coal
J 11 ii' .tuberculosis dispensary; JPr.Qfe.B86r. L.'I J''for a cotton brokerage house to gIveble 1 the, becanio a b1eflierinil cilnera. Tbe cities, having the smallest land William 11. Tat and hlrcparty .have

Th' 'Lk! Landousey, Dr. N.-Tomk-loo of 'r' clients tire berium: of Ills expel I-; I one of the light Kencral., and DOCTOR GIVES( WABMNQ. area was W'est Hoboken, N. J.. whlc'h, artPd on 1.11' first campaign tour ..
; don Dr. Simon Von ., bonI I conservatives was orta1by -j had 646 aCI- '. ,
c | Unt rburger, once.Power. wou'napfl -- -- .There Is often gcat through the Kor this trio the ,
.:.. <;.: orary physician to hlg majeHty'a. court I by a policeman. Many.of America in disproportion between tbe Weal
the Danger of Being Infected area covered campaign nianupeiK 'nRag d a special
generated at Niagara Falls I into I members of bolh .sides
--or: St. Petersburg Dr. CamUo Callaju J Huft'eredCrom I With by. a city and tHe of Its 1.
'r' ; be distributed all over Canada. Bids wounds from knives and Bubonic Plague.aahlllgtOI number trnln.consisting of the private ('ar. .
;-1' j, ,of :Madrid' and many others.. Arsons i lia\o been asked on IULH tons!! of'''and It was a long time before dUhS'1 \\ D. C.-That the Gulf inhabitants Duluth. Minn., with G7,- Constitution. fron. thplatform"/ of
.h.t 'the mecTuKTS of the diplomatic | and Atlantic 337 takes In territory ?- which of the
rorpn structural steel her the! Cuuatliaii gov- !I I was i entered.CoiiFprvntlve. coasts pf the United InhablantB. more libel t s..akIAg Is to be
i present was. Wu Ting Fang. the Chinese Stales are In danger o'an Infection St. Ixmls, with Its 649,320 done, torfolber with cars ;
The ISled l In uved \o
J- fur
'*,.ernment. to be leaders of Santcl! Splr- inhabitants. ,
L .& minister. of the bubonic plague wan' the Sal Lake with a and""a baggage Mr. Tuft took
serious Ciy.
lowers which will t the cables j IIUB' cr.
supper recently Bent a request to G
C The official welcome on behalf of used', In ver. note( of warning Issued 'by- X .K. population I..s. by 5.487 than that .of alto with him a throat specialist from '
iraiibportlut 'Ilie current. Already nor :Maxoon/; at Havana to'put the rulal -
'the United States government': was extended 1'osle of California before the dole.gates lulJoken. Includes an area' tblrly-flve Washington to look out fur his health.
power generated at Niagara I luDelnj : governor In charge! of the meeting
by Secretary Cortelyou. Then In attendance lme. as great Of the cities containIng There of
Ihe"lwenly- were a '
; sent a distance of more than for fear trouble would be caused by I II upon doz"'l newspapercorrespondents !
followed! over
the of the official third 100,000
responses annual
ono hundred and twviAy-nve; miles the police on account of their, political meeting of- I the conference povulaton. AIl'gheny. along.
counj the
I representatives of thirty foreign and It I of the state and provincial board la. amal'sl aroa-4,726 Governor N. of Oklahoma
Is the Intention of the Canadian affiliations. liefore the riot was quelled Charl'l l sk1 -
tries. { government to increase.. tills dlalao,'''. I the rural guard had to take control of health of North America. He ex- aeps. J. had the lext' has reslKned. a.. treasurer of
4 *, When Dr. Koch arose to respond In Towns In every direction abput Nlag- of I the, situation.WARSI1IP' Pressed the belief that such an Infection IImalelll-5.157 a-cres; St Joseph, ., the democratic national committee.
behalf of the German government there the next-6,24o acres Caytou, Ohio,
already have ;
may Ills ,
t will resignation announced by
aa:; be takl"T .
{;,o. was a remarkable ?!rnonslratlon! In his j Uubtave Kbc-ilvardl supplied. who has been VISIT POSTPONED.On 1 The address of D. Foster who place 1 III the next"-6,840; AtlAnta Ga the himself.! attt'th had/ conferred! with '_
....honor,, men and women waving bats'rmnd of the next-7,680; Jersey City N. J.. the
. president organlzatlon Blartled of I the dc-mix-rallu I national
tilal Oml.tI'1
on In I-Iackenaeck1 N. J., for the I
handkerchiefs' tot; nearly flve.' mtn- murder of tile. aunt Mm. OUllle Tb- Account of Cholera Fleet Will NotVisit the delegateu. "I firmly-believe. ,"-said flext-9,772 null-tt.li3.( acres.and Memills. Tenn the headquarters at Chicago. In giving ,

'Mies.Dr.'Jee erhardt whom he lured from Austria Manila. \ II Dr. Forner. "that the United States out his derl.lon. Ur 'runr ll.islioll. Inr"MjOI'
I the. ,Chlnesp delegate declared will become report presents a \j'r- Interest- '
1: that notwithstanding tuberculosis' I together with her daughter. Miss Ot- :Manila P. I.-The effect .of Secreta- from California genel'aly but Intl'cle pot Iijg table 8howlnl the costs of maintaining | to a quefllon.: (('clar.t that

.t baa a strong ''bold upon his country, tllle fof I the purpose of robbery, has : ly of the Navy MetcalFs order, thatIn communication ports haying frle public iifhfiTll for the h. de.ln' to be
been sentenced to I thirty years III (bestate's view of the presence of cholera lu ''by water My ob-' several fur any emlJurrl1s"m"JI which might
Ills Is little for including Ift'such
theprtvenyon routs
: government doing Is
ject to dles.
a note of result to the ;
wanning party by retaining -
prison at hard labor. :Manila no shore leave was to be the demm'mlc
om.ll- of this disease. He expressed granted to <"bt on the investment In
( 4.; the hope that the next congress j' Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria- or visitors from shore allowed on dangerous put you foe on"your He guard against a school buildings and grounds. The the ( Irfalurer. Thathl
said no effort resignation Is the direct result of
Hungary, baa aent of board the when, the Atlantic
'- would te held In China. a sum qioncy battleships should relative Investments of cities In
I At the conclusion of the responsesto (or Hie benefit of St. Stephens, Rom fleet arrived has been largely discounted Introduction uo spared and warned to guard his against ItM school property may .be noted by the Hem the charges made Hearst BRflliiHt' him by Wll.
Randolph and
hearers President
an Catholic church ot South River, by the realization that It
Secretary Cortelyou's addresses the that varying amounts per capita allowedfor
I. eery city and town on the Gulf Mr. llaxkell also admitted.
and will not IN. J. {ev. Victor Von Kublnyl, a no- would be Impossible\) to cleanse tire Interest on such Roosevel.
congress adjourned again
Atlantic coasts should begin now Inveslm"nl. same time he did not, by blsrpslgnalO
a meet In general session until OCJober bleman. Is the lector. lie Is (the author city before the arrival of the fleet These ranged from :31 cents Atlanta
'A to Jebtroy( the rodents
\3rd. I of a book entitled "King of about October 1. People fully realize which carry Ga ; 24 cents for Charleston Intend to admi that any y.
Ii Komi':" of which the of the I Infection and prepare for tbe (evasion hI Charges. were I "
a ( but
copy was sent to necessity situation\, they thieatened. S C.; 24 cents "for Memphis Teen,
L"ATION'SIDLE his majesty some time The are bitterly disappointed at the out -_ Chairman Hltthcuck of the '
I IN CONVENTION.5j ; ago. rec.tor cents tOf N. J.: 2renIn Iubl-
was formerly a subject of the Austrian come.I POLICEMAN TOO Luiuuus.J for l< ; 27 for can national committee ban announced -
---- --- I noxvll. cenll
L. '::;; -Oret-;Gathering of Unemployed In enineror I ThoUhandH of. dollars have been New Orleans La. ; 29 cents or that General T C'oleman ttPont

SHjF-i : Session at Nsw York. j Tho ttuluuiJWIe driven by Olio ( :spent In j.i'-.nilu tor lha reception J Wanted to See Dynamite 'Cap Explode. more, Md.; and 30 cea-U. for t'nvliiffton.Ky. of l'lawBl'e. head of -the. bureau of I

;', New York City.-An extraordinary IBrcdle ot Chitago.'hlle making a i and enttrlafnmenl of the officers and Four Are .; to $1.01 for Springfield Ohio; campaign 8Jpakcrl of the national, ,,

;: gathering made up of delegates from'I( (urn In Sterling, HI., loppltd ov-r, I( rnon. The decorations Have been practically -' Philadelphia Pa.-tnjbrt.police offl- $1.02 for KBtft St Txmis, ill : $l,02 for rommlOce r'alflld' head of ,

'various. varts.of the country met here JturuLng on e' and a half and landing, ( completed. The majority of ('("1" were seriously) Injured by the explosion Yonkei-H' N. .; $f.06 for Salt Lake. that .bureau and memberof
'.They came on the brake beams of upblde down. Two of the party of the tentlment now favors a month's of a dynamite detonating Cal City, Utah; J1.08 for Boston Mass.; the executive committee of the na-

'freight' car,, on. the. .-'d>llnd" ba&jtazc: eight were p/obably fatally Injured postponement of the programme, or Il'r by burglars In their hurried departure $1.22 for Jolet. Ill; $1.28 for Spring- Mlonal committee, and that his resignation '

". of the. swift ,express or straggled In knd.-the etlier"Blx Injured. The ma- until thereturn of the fleet from Ja from tho diamond store of Jo '. Ip, .; $1.28 for Youngstown. had been accepted Mr. Hitch- '

t over- .dusty .t'0acU.riley: profess& to chine was badly wrecked.. pan. seph H. Ueschamps. Reserve Policeman Ohio: $1.31 for arfor. Cdnn.; $1.33 'cock said behad a conference with ;
-'. u represent the cou itry'.' workless and Manuel Messaguer an Importer of The only criticism\ 'heard of Secretary Beaumont and Detectives Wil for Oakland., Cal.; for Duluth, "Mr DuPont. mid the latter Insisted

*: to constitute the '"first 'natiOnal conventlort Santo Domingo lottery tickets was arrested Melcalf's'order Is his inclusion lamB,. Brown, and Kellly of-the .Minn.; $1.41 for Neto Mass; $1,41 upon the aetCptaiice of, his re lgna- ,

,, of the unemployed." at San Juan, P, R., by United of officers In.. the embargo".againstlandIng. I I ciy' force, Log Cf' Camden and i)I for Tacoma Was.; ) for Denver tOteelng :that the tendency of tbf '
.' .. It is''pointed out' that they !I Col. by government against the .
: "The National Commltfee-ef-the Unemployed'1 States Deputy Collector Peter Math- Sharp and Campbell from the Burglar !i ; $1.45 'Col.., and $.156 .
,, the official name, of.fhoorganlcation -oeson and held. One thousand lI'k'!'te.represenllng run no dangor providing they exercise Alarm Company' offices, 'went to the ,' for Spokane \Vaghe powder companyivlth.which' be I Iq

at the head of which l':% everal'tbousand C dollars ordinary care 'Ih'what' ..they eat ._nd buiding. ." .- . j". In like manner the 'aggregate per connected might be employed by rejiubllcah. I'
.ri' :;;.3- Bad- How of St. 'Louis, known sat and also letter and a book containing drink. : ". .-" While' -burglar"? "tools) I capita .-cott": for', maintaining schools, I ogponenta' "( to'' "the'.Injury. . o '

'. the "millionaire hobo." the names of lottery ticket dealers Beaumont satisfied his curiosity as to f including the foregoing amount' for thecampaig'fl1 t . (

., Many prominent men were Invited to wore seized. FIVE KILLED DYNAMITE EXPLOSION Igniting battery Worked by-connecting interest varied from $1.71 Charleston .President Roosevelt has Issued. a ._

,4' deliver, addresses before the convention ----- I the positive and negative wires The S. C.; $2.01! for Knoxville Tenn.; statement denouncing Senator Fora- -' '

,. among them President'Roosevelt, Wuhlnfton.AccidVnls Victim* Were Literally Torn to Pico cap exploded, blowing qut the officer's $2.11 for Montomery. AI:; $2.15 for ker of Ohio for the senator's alleged
i. William J. Bryan. Judge Taft and Jno. In coal mineb In the United and Blown 200 Yards. right eye. Detective Campbell's Memphis, .; $2.17 for Norfolk connection with the Standard Oil company

.. E.' Redmond the Irish leader who is States last year resulted In 3,125;; Scranton. Pa.-Three Americansand I tongue was split from end to Va.; to' $7.20for Oakland Cal; and later when charges of the

'*present* In lbu -eouutry. All 'the deaths and Injury to 5,316 more an two Italians 'were blown to pieces' his teeth were blown out. bale Mof- $7.20 for Dute. Mont.; $7.25 for SprlugI tame nature were brought against

M i gentlemen named have excused themselves Increase of 1,033 lu the number or in an explosion of dynamite while and nose was lacerated. and his face I field .: $7.32 for Boston, Mass.; Governor Haskell treasurer of the
of other deaths of the previous year, accordingto working at Cross Keys Out along the fai's for Col. Salt democratic campaign ,
!. "on the ground engage- cut. as were the faces of the other-) $7.52 Denver, ; $7.69 for committee, the ,
j. :.ments'il .,... a report issued by .tbe geological Delaware, Lackawanna and Western I Lake City, Utah; $8.13 for Newton. president Issued another statement de- : 1

survey. railroad near Tobyhanna. The five PRACTICAL JOKERS' WORL j; Mass.; $8.50 for Spokane, Wash.; and .nounclng him and the democratic party .'t ,

OHASggLTO AlSSBlPc Joseph 'Stewart of Missouri superintendent men, were tamping a hole containing(; I $8.76 for Pueblo, Col. In general William J: In .
.."..,. of the-division of railway: act l: ,elghteon hybes.or dynamite, when It Victim's Vital Organs Are Badly Lac- ,! last Bryan 'p'r'''

,Russian 'Builds Rudderless; Machine:!. justment.l-ba.! been" appointed second prematurely exploded.\) John W lsJl'a =c crated by'TakinG Compressed-Air.-i I j. LOCAtlPTIONJQBlfiDIANA. presidentf?>accused hirn of uSing_ his : r.

.ni! __:That_ H.* ..Many Virtue assistant postmaster general. aucceedInc' legs were split apart one leg gpiifg ,', Chicago, Ill.-o-Andrew n.b was 1.| 'pOFltlgn as president of tfie le1 ."

%> St.: Petersburg. Uussla.-A Russian James T, McCleary of Minnesota to the j right Lank of the track. three taken from Bufflngton, ., the Bill Becomes Law Despite Opposition States unfairly to Influence- publc' .,
;, woman Mme. Poppova. baa joined the who resigned to become a candidate hundrejl yards and the other two bun- South Chicago hospital of tbe- Illinois I of. Liquor Men. opinion apd stated Uiat al lhe. -, '. i

,w.... .rank of inventors with.a rudderless for' congress. dred y arda to the left Shreds of Steel company with his vital organs Indianapolis, led Following a rrstlc paHy wanted7 the administration 1. i'

:r airship which she ha* christened "The The navy department Is 'negotiat flesh siii clung to the telephone torn 6y a jet of qompressed air He fight that was so close up till the was a "square deal." J .

J'VAfinulated. Dragon"' In virtue of the ing- with Charles A. Logue of Charles- wires. j The bodies were assembledby will probably die. He Is the victim'I i last minute.tbat neither side felt confident Ex-Senator McLaurin of South Car- .''4 ;

t 4 oullar. : hap. adopted :tor the body .town. Mass., for the right to use a means of matching the clothing; of of a practical Joke played at the plant. of claiming! victory, the county alma, who fs f also named by ,":j

t .:of .the alrbag furnishing the lifting new' torpedo that he baa l Invented.Logue the victims. Of the. Bufflngton Convent company a local option bill was passed by tbe, Randolph-Hearst a being Wiia 4 L. ': i'-

BTf, power, Mate. Poppova' aim. has !been Is a third-year student at Boston subsidiary corncern of the United I house of representatives by a vote of men' who were in the employ-of th*<- * *..'ti'S'j to abolish the Inconvenience arising university. Ever since the Invention :SEVEN MEN DBftWED. States Steel Corporaton. where he.j 65 to 45. Governor .Hanley signed the Standard 01 Company while holding I

-V. ,from the attachment of rudder of tbe ( of the wireless telegraph he baa was employed as Becauseof 'I measure at once. > United States in_

1' ,1 ordinary type, whose action togetherw been at work on the torpedo, his Idea Pleasure Launch Overturn In Calumet his Ignorance of English, he wad The wld'et scene witnessed In. an an Interview; stated that s"\ate. .

with 'tb.t.ot' variable; gust of 'wind. being to devise one that would be controlled . 'River at Chicago.. made tie butt of many jokes, prlncj-' Indiana legislature In )'ears ,WI. en- \\o the charges preferred against him 1- I

,;? endanger J.he ballooa's eqlllbrlumit 'by wireless waves from a wireless Chicago .111.-S_ven men out of a pally frarmiess practice of turning' acted when the roll call was annunc.ed. was not necessary, as he had been out j '

," 'and safety, "The Annulated Dragon". station on shore or from a ship. party of eight were drowned In the a jet of compressed air down bit neck Having previously passed the' 'of politics since 1902. He has always :{

'\:\\wit Is claimedadapts j Itself naturally}) The'cruiser' Milwaukee after a Calumet river at'One Hundred and and watching the dust fly from his senate and being the pet measure'- been an admirer of President Roo.e ,' '

"it.( to every. variety and strength of wind cruise of two months In southern wa- Twenty-sixth street when -the pleasure clot lnc. A* Babo took )Jlttle, 19Uce'' Governor Hanley It was as good asTaw. velt, and said In the Interview that '

,,,'i'II" a system of hoops which also servo. ten and a stay< of fifteen days at launch lemon struck one of the sup- of this his persecutor.grewoler, > i Dmoratl-fought the bill with Roosevelt ought to be unanimously *: \ "

1 to* steer 11.." Am'apala Honduras has arrived In ports of a railroad bridge 4"find ,sank They put nozzle the jet the 'alc recafcltrant'republl- re-elected by.ail parties' It will be,. \i \;or'

.. ., ."The health of the unemployed" was San Francisco. Captain Rogers staled with all on board. The owner of the lit his mouth and opened the all' can*. However six democrats left remembered that > McLaurln, wblle (

1 /ae principal subject scheduled for dls- that everything was quiet at Ama- II launch, swam ashore and he was the cock, lacerating him internally In J .their -party'and voted for (he bill, so senator was read out of the party .f"'nt

.f"L: u .' .- .- I paS\ when be Meparted. only one saved. frightful manlier. 0 that: ,it-'was" made a law. by his democratic. colleague*. J) .

on.WU The navy department has announced Falls Fund to Fight Socialism. '. The. socialist party's .t I
T :J TING FANG LOSES JOB. Acrobat to Death., HOSTS PARADE. campaign book. ,ft
't'. iha an Invitation has been TEPIUNCE
\ extendedto edited
fcy Joseph '
f H Cleveland Ohio. A fight against .edll Pa"ersn' of .; ,
isChl" ; the Atlantic HoMenvllle Okla.-Hurled from the so !
.. tfn ""- high tight wire on which be was performIng -
:f.' :;: tlJ"TourWorld.8kl" .- --*-- / ,"'venltlon of tbe German Catholic Cen- cmmrlt"{ the party ha ' .
w- China to calt at Landjong-Prlok Java. Reply when the circus-tent. of the. ganlzatona Haveemnatratlon .
'T&11CBhao.xC.J.dtr" '
.. .his nSB-bBBri-made-decttnlng the Invitation Sells-Floto show was demolished bya ; 111/'-Temperance bdsts pi- -'trar'1ei'ehi.' It '-planned to' raise beep issud. 'ItIs a slender, red-covi ,

; 'here on much-heralded la! trip.pround owing to the desire to maintain tbe wind storma Japaneseacrobat, Chlca.treet of Chicago In what $125.0Do; :the money to be used in a edition, which may easily be .
c theworld.. He accompanied by
ceaseless 'gIit. against socialism an4 carried in a pocket Mt.
1 prearranged Itinerar?. was killed and eight other persona was an arrnnal 'exhibi. Patterson'schief
4 I:, Chung Men Y*w" who is. to succeed tteflnlle ''decision were hurt seriously during a perform- tion of the strength of the foes otlquo. other form of modernity, which the contribution to the book is an : '
Wtt-JTlng Fang as Chinese minister of the United ,
Thousands of were -Catholic church calls unsafe. unsigned attack on W. H. Taft's record "
_ 4. at Washington, This change In office States forestry service to establish I ance.hete. marcher as an "Injunction"
"---- parades Churches every judge. Other
4. probably will take pla.ce! -December. forest service district quarters In the o almost Atlanta ,
denomination Mayor. articles, la the Symposium
Carnegie Starts'New Hero fund. were are by ' .i
| national forest states baa been let _
%- Tang Shao an- ClarenceDarrow
the Salvation Army and the Volunteers..of H: .O.: the '
.'" Tl on his arrtcal at the merlcan.p- nounced. The foreststates will be I ..Loudoo_..'England.: =Encouraged by America contributed almost Atlanta, Oa. O. Woodward English novelist; John Wel., I,' .
? ltd, after which-e will retire from divided into six districts. the success that has attended the establishment their entire local -a. for the third time n mlnll.l. for ert Stedman Rob . :
strength 'tbeOood Seymour '
; .
of Atlanta by the cl '
,.k. 'pie post of minister j I Coternor ..Afagoon ot Cuba has issued of his "hero" fund in Templar had thousands of His y demorat- ugene Debs presidential candidate \, :
'( Tang:: Shao Ti -is bearing a letter :'to a decree fixing November 14 as "America, Andrew Carnegie "has decided line and scores of- .membe'aIn .partici ic primary. opponents were Joseph of the party 0
peopl'erof-the-UnUed' S'.'... found similar fund In his "na Hirsch and Thomas H. Goodwin. .The 4'
from the date1oLbc1dingthegenerI elec- to "
pated. Scores of temperance organizations ...Thomas Taggart 'Indiana' j
full of
set ajdertaen and councilmejvwere.alaoselcdte& ha 7''
Lt34tb&- bandof tbe emperor of China, tlon forpresident, vice! president tive land."-To thl. nd-ha-has,-handed had elaborate- floats, while- The been appointed chairman of the Commercial ,/
; nominations ,,j, _
-i,,:I thanking them' ; for the remission ot.a,. representatives' 'andsenatorial I electors. over to the trustees $1,250,000. to, establish score of bands were among the are equlvaleant to efections. Traveler association."of"the' 'J,
ofthe "Boxer" the fund. .
portion : Indemnity .
... marchers. I democratic national committee. .- -, r .
';". .1IEUT4\I BLOOM'IILlED. Two mlhe planter wIn| be cent to .. Central of Georgia. Bonds Called. WHIRLWIND. :'! Well Diggers Strike Ga I III At ull. Mine. Mr. Taft was lavltexl . ,j -
the Paclflo coast to augment the coast iNJURE I to take i ,
'Fawn ia.-Wifliam seat on
..: Private.!8itties| J-Us .Slayer, .Cut His defenses there, according" the 'pres. New York CItyi-ra1ls |re being II Rising 'esUe a large elephant '
";" : Own Threat. - Small-SUed Cyclone Visits Palm I berry and Tom Powell which 'was led to -the rear of '
of the mad In this for deposit of I
r ent plans war department. The city Central -
Scruggs a'well his train. The
Manila; I.-A tragedi ,,Jndlgglng struck gas animal was decorated
; p occurred mine planter tentatively. selected are 'of Georgia first preference income Beach, : Florida,
L:. t,.Camp essman which, resulted In General Henry 'J. Hunt, nowat West Beach Fla.-Three at a l' leet Castleberry with the familiar "G. 0. P." '.ign, and, '.
Fort persons
bond with the Metropolitan Trustcompany fell from a bucket ten teettrom :
7'<<..u.UleDAIIl-.E4.4_1 W&4sw.ortb.. ,.fioloimLOenrgnArnvJIstead. and considerable was ridden by what the republylcan '
by- a committee. the top on Powell, who was wait- l
Bloom of the Fourth Infantry and Prl- declared to be "a
at Fort Hancock Bandy Hook. property-damage-doua-by a.whirl wind -tng-hla-turn,. > ___ very pret. :
'' bondholders who jCastleberry '--
"'Tat. Bottles otJComp&D7 K of the by the commend -
which in from the .
A dispatch to! the war department swept sea and died -lrl. 'I'd-hik.-' %
: Immediately but
"f. }same regiment.:; Buttles for someiunjluiownreaonr. from Hvchuoa. .AI'I.......ys that Colonel that bondholders deposit their bonds passed oter the tOwn eThe Injured i Powell la thought to *e' out of dan. I there with you." he told 'her while the (( .

c shot Bloom and ..thenewt Stewart.. ..ho. has been. practically Immediately 4n order .that their Interest -, are Mrs, Potter and her smalt sonwhowereblown ,': crowd laughed "but I knowgu'hay'et.i) '
cer.L .
T- his wLtb af.- .dl d rtm- ,
ieuttl In .exile:at Fort'Jrant-wiHrtiot -served.- because- on the Casino
.take mayb proFesflnusT dow not derrick .
a .
j ,4uflyLL hatfield
I ,wen\ ,dgw after strong enough for
- : The '
_edit1 ; but;Bloom: lingered two .
the ''ninety-mile-. rider d"'orderedby beHmade'-Ajf-at leat porch ,andLColored. hoatlera a ..t.blehlCI LCattleberry's' .
,Investigation cf the affair is by. butlitewas.ex- .toUmotnt .Blt' jl.t.-Uu-.8m.T! : >eTlevefl I '
- the war department. He has beeif or' was. demolished. 'Treei "
ade'i by '\. emt7uthOrw' dered hack to ,Fort GraAt, without third of the' issue against the -on.j' wer and several houses I jtlnct' leaves before wife and reache ."fiA. f .Y. > r',4 of Interest I' a five children. .... , "
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rises, her pillowcase skirts.,her.afsn. I '

rA cliaped train, fall into place'' with prerlslon -

r'c BLUESTOCKING ps mathematical' a* though the < Do ,not! Buffer.

; baud ot'ai'1ad's maid bad arranged '
:, ..f) i tueu.'"l believe vt*were to meet Lady, ,- 't .w ilh"seve r ; ,

::..... ..... : Lydia In the town at-no, I think we Headacheswhen '
.. ... --r : --- ..,;,, ;.;. must have forgotten to mention! the .

> bour. Vou have lour ,watch with TOU.Ileltx' -
- ,

... .OF-% *.:r ROMANCE BEAUTY Felix" lujs lili :tChbllt,, _-_ou Inspect'' 'urlour "(' .#

: ing It finds the liands pointing 11.30, '

and rem mnbers he bas not wound It up'

wow..n..+.. .., .' ..., .,..,.. :' _."_..:-...:"..............:T.r"O"......:: .........,,...... _- JMnci: hednybeforej ZesterdayhI! .Sorlc.."
.......... c Qq.cpnsldofatlon! looylt'ipQaars! uncertstn -. -

By Miss ANNIE whether they -were-to meek; Lady Electrlclty: as a motive power" .has"''

}{ ';, ' EDWARDS. Ltdla ;Jornloghntn at all r.- await ?Uer been In use for twenty-five ye.arsX f A 44

# f' L return i'at any hour between ,thlll ,Anti f fItaly's '

I CllAt'TEI. b::. ways''insist upon getting, Out of youidepth midnight; ,on board, tho Liberia. Only general :beme of land 'and I ,,
t.oa '"
_. __ Continued."No ,. : __' , ., lit syllables :'on one point <. Miss Hardcastle'decld- sea fortifications will require an out- r r.l
: .. .. .
"is --I"tulllllt r-'bIJ1-TOIt''t>ro" tAJkIn; ert-Mo-ffOl. 'Lg this blue, ; Will\"Gure, You.
: man evrr-n hero to no, that R rawnx7froia: I.Y-of-UIf.OO; ;000' -: ,. i '. _
cannot be. I must barb' got, hold of tho .to me,this 'E'I'Y.dnr about plestlosnn- sea an! sky the eheltci of the rocks 1 The liver fjt the maln-eprlnor: for the whole body. 'To expect 1 '

wrong ('lId't' the proverb as usual.." JU1rkno'Vthl"'l'c:. 'Mhsij;: 3I0rdcastle'bgreat the blushing \vcetuss of Daphne Portugal's. budget 'for 1908-09 'I rood health one must keep tho liver in good order. To do swx,

Neetl I say that Cqijslu! Felix: is the in most of the sciences Mrs Chester face! gives $80,000,000 revenue and $81- a regulator is needed. HorMne will put your liver In the oon- a
Cheater," he proceeded, I: (''Jpl: Jn. "Six .atfecUou' ' strongthing.;' dltlon it should be and not from headache.
ap a..ert'ond. so your' name 14 Paul.: I Conllll\l? a 506,060 expenditure; a deficit of $!;" ; Totrtrlll Bufier x

.ell. )'Ou / .' ,'the chad aloft I Is especially, strong Ill''paleontology,: It may be that Clementina! 'feels' herself 500,000 $300,000 less than In, \ '

to his tail Boulder, and at once nttaln- I and is good enough to give me llttli the natural guardian the legitimate 190708. _, A JPOSIT.VE CURE -

> lectures on the subjects ns no go nbou wardour 'of MrBougbton'i: "
-lng ft prominent place'in Daphne' re- CONSTIPATION ''CHILLS AND
4 -gard. "Suppose yon and I find a spot tbe country." peace' of.mind. .'Edward D. Pitt, a brother of Rev.. FOR 4

1.., oat of .the snn nnd make friends. It* So that was s,, little palcontploglci As they walk slowly; up und.e- the Henry Pitt London vicar and'member r FEVER BILIOUSNESS MALARIA'

carry about bonbons on purpose for lecture to which Sir John Severne nu< brolllnr sun to the hired. pony carriage of the great Pitt family, so Illustrious AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.;. ,.

Daphne unwittingly played audience, whichstands waiting for them a couple '
naughty boys M. Pn'ul. Good boys, In English history: has JivedIn *
have thfl reti-nrd( of befog not half an hour ago of hundreds yards from the shore Pittsburg. Pa., since 1870." '
gaosr; They
can get on. without me. You like burnt "But'lis'tove's labor !lost--" ; Mr. Boughton still continues! In de Has Done A World Of Good.

almond*? So ,does the l lady la tbe "Fellxr1 voted attendance upon Daphne; Paul' It requires 15.200 stenographers to Mrs. O. D. Philley Marble Pall'. Tern writes: ."I haveused
f ,
Mother-llubburil hat, only you mustn't "Ichthyosaurus nnd pterodactyle are ctlnglngjto/ bJsIDothel1I: skirts and easing dp the office business of New York Herblne and flnd It the best liver corrective I have ever
tell her I said I hate matters beyond of, thought up. with wonder unsatcd, attbe Ic- City.. I world of ,
so. ,got a package my power ,"_; tried. It done my family M well as myself a good
-of the sort she most affects In my -I beg iiardon., of cerebral vibration. blnu Muss'lcti Angling.,.who carries a I ..... and I recommend it to all my friends.' 'I cover-.suitor torn_ ,
I't pocket" Cerebral vibration is the correct terui.. tihite umbrella when there is no'raln. i Lord Wolseley, who has passed his headaches anympre." .,

'Cousin Felix: seats: himself In the is I It not ('"'pm?" and whose pockets aco tin
,_ shade" on_n ledge !of rock, and begins Stir John Set erne reddens The perfect oloionUs for naughty boys.8trepconandChloeare. : had more narrow escapes from death I

gravely to search his: pockets for burnt ( ease -WIUwble "UiaF familiar" -- I left behind, than any.-other living British Co.

almonds.Daphne. "Clem" proceed! from: )fr. Brougbton's and mutt'| preforce, nodress each otbrwIthout I In his younger.days his omcer'l Ballard Snow' Liniment : .' .

and Miss Ilardcnstlc glide lips Irritates him more: perhaps( than auditors, and in soulo form inhuman so daring that he earned N.:Second St.. ST.:LOUIS;MO.

Into the effortles siriqll talk wltbwhlcTT"women be would care to confess. ' u:;,>eecli approaching the lover"You "Xsbantls the title of "The General I' 500-502
__ ; '
get Ut"' or simple, educated ----- "You sec we liuvt:a"bl-jlily-srlpntlflc- like --' Who Never Stops. ;
: u:list hare tborght Felix: : and 1
or uulenrucd.; gild over the awkward German governess I am aid: you : u
bcglnniiitf&. nlas! and endings of ncveb bad the benefit of a scientific bad fallen from; the skits?" Canada--rec.el-d"40.000; emigrants i' Sold and Recommended' by
human Intercourse. governess, Mrs. Chester?" Miss! Is the first b'tlPtRk. from the United States during seven

;oj. "You don't like burnt almonds, Mrs. "I never had a governess at all." but she does no with visible constraint months, 6000 of them being farmers For Sale at ROBERSON'S. DRUG STORE. s

ciu.tltl'rY" asks Cousin Felix, in bls Daphne nnitwers, with humility. "Aunt of manner not turning her eyes for un --- - '

well-toned, hnlf-nwnkp voiee.! "{{'ell'.* Theodora, taught mo the very little instant! toward her companion. \ Charles Field, who Is believed to be KISSIMMEE
"Trout l the skies; ? Ob. not, in tbe .
nt least yon will tnke- shelter from the t1 "' the oldest judge In the United States f

sun with me and M Pun!? Tbo way 'Severn<",", says Mr. Brougbton./ turn- h-ait1 Severne Bll.a'eU, stlflly. "I now presiding, has just celebrated'hls ,

that English/ women brave tbo Iriclemncles Into) Clementina's lover with ns ranch nevprTi'lt any doubt, as to the "terreetral ninety-third birthday' by holding a 1

of ollmnte Is marvelous" he goes bonhomie as though he lull known him nature/ of jour nppenrnnce. session of the district court at his 'I EIVEE E.QTJTE.

on, ns Pnphne.. too shy to refuse lIit" nil bill life( "yon will dine with us onboard Rut tbe truth I : Is, Lady Lydia Is home In Athol Mass i i .,,
ill yacht to-day? Better to. such n Hcatter-binlnpd/ little oreaturo
down beside him on the rock: "Anil ( any -
dny. for If Jornlnghntu Should tidings a little wild 11'lull girl. a most substantial ;; I STEAMER LILLIE KOSBADA '
still here nrc no women In the win'hi Ret Manhattan the most densely pop !, 8TKAMER ,

who fan show such complexions. Look of superior conger eels off some shadow of u chaperon. Il in u ulated 'Island In It has a I Captain Clay. Johnson, 8r. Captain Clay Johnson, Ye.Regular .

at me, Paul; my filend.\ Ah, I see. new abode desolation we shall infallibly awoke of good fortune for me tbat my population of 99,150 persons to the i: veekly trips Basslnger a--td retura. Roseada leave* JtlaaI_' ,
couslu Fi-liv! ; tliuiiced to be Due, oC the
li carried there, in
Hazel eyes, with black lashes. A perfe'ct away our square mile > .ee Tuesday morning. and arrive Y.JI.tmmee'1"r'Ida,evening +
sleep, next tide Ami !Mrs. Chester party on bonrd the Liberia. .
f' likeness you Bpeclal Charter Trips to Lake Okeec'"obee and Fort Myers tae UUI v
"I can understand that "ou flnd It a .>
)1I"blll'| reddens, nt the covortl rompllincut ? I am not positive what time we For the first half of the year the Comfortable -
most fortunnrp "cnni-ce sujs :Sir doan, accommodation for passengers. Rates reasonable.
to herself; she smiles nt the dine or if anybody but r-iem slid mv-; with dry bruvlt}'. total production of Iron In Germany: Tb most picturesque! Waterway In Florida
open one to Paul.! Mr Broughton. self will be nt dinner. Still It you do was 6.049,700 tons, against 6.355- '
"He is more like n brother to me and Freight Rates apply to
:without loss of time adjust l bill eyeKlass not mind'such a short imitation or the 900 tons last year. The reductionwas
really than a cousin, as you must sec. CLAY JOHNSON, SR., Proprietor;
and himself to one of the innocent nature of the Invitation "YI'II'/" leas than five per cent. ,
I "
He jtlnncen nt Miss Ilcrvluistle, On board .Llm.. KJssimmee flax
half flirtations, which come to him / "'Theonly: relation of my own that .._ ,
as.sliuply us nectar-tasting to a butterfly "I have no doubLady Lydia would I possess Poor mamma left no other Although the mulberry tree is

the moment he 'finds himselfby be charmed to see Mrs-.Cliester,1' Cloin- niece( or nephew.( raised in Mysore, the most of tbe silk .r.

the aide of" a )'OIIIand/ pretty entlna responds obediently but In tiercoldest "XoV""And produced In India Is made from the .

nvo-mnn. toffee "We are not overburdened silk worms and from silk .
be was so much With me whenI wjjd

These no n lUll t\'e! clehtente, tbe two the Liberia.with "vain ceremonies on board was lltlii Why, even papa--e\ru .Imported from China and Slam. Senatoria",Praise of .

ftuperiiumi*rlcs of the scene disposedof Mrs. Harden MIA biM-self-looks upon -
what shall binder the lovers In form "We are not says Mr Broughton. Cousin 1'Y-llx an an efficient chaperon." During the summer season the Borough
"Indeed, the .nndamental( rule ef life of Richmond doubles its The Automobile
from wandering away among tb'rocks This time Severne answers not by DO population -
observed Is that no person shall ever -
on pleasant Sunday but
and renewing thelrontbslaughed at by much as a monosyllable. Miss Hard- very I
know what other is doing
Jove, of former_ days? Severne givesa any person castle perceives that she has coii .,nJt- only: for that one day ...
or likely to do. Jornlngham Is one( of '
rapid glance at Clementina. She lawatching ted tbat commonest mistake of a guilty j.
I Senator M. Z> -'
.Felix! Broughton; watching the moat practical fellows( living, wben conscience, an apology. OASES OF CHILEAN DESERT. By Chauncy .p.u>,
,can get hold of hlm-tb. difficulty "
him, nut with the rare smile thai can you "I can tjulte believe! that you find the of New ,YorkN ,_ ,?
Is to get hold of him. He has not been Part
They Play In Development of
transform her face to beauty but time pass quickly In these regions. Sir I
seen by daylight since we left Cowes.
rather with an expression\ that did the John. And now that she Is no longer the Great Nitrate Beds.Northern I A
Lolly Lydia never remembered -
i'1 circumstance not render such a sup anything on.her deiensv, CII'm' ntlnagaln8 courncevand Chile, which Is so largely waggnt
for fire ...oll..cullrnlilUtes since!! .. ..4'ta T Is difficult to estimate the value of the automobile
position absurd might be termed a can look round at her lover'sface. mountain or desert Is generally regarded .
she was born. She cannot tell you the for deliveringgoods In great cities and their suburbs; Storekeepers ; ,
Jealous one. . "Mrs. Chester is pcsltlvelyv.ryulcej 'as a forbidding wilderness, - If In tbe of their: ''
color of her own dress If you take heruna'are. f. alafgemen business
"It Is of those but In spite bf Its natural,desolation I
horrible Incb-thtck
one Very. shoes dltapK I
stifling 1'1.
of cost. have '..
.. And for the, restof us- and the reduction ,, Working men and women )
days, when oven doing nothing!. too dared small boy murdered LlndjeyMurray the landscape presents a Scene of
I. in'; ta
Clementina, he Miss Hard _, a felt It increase employment and the consumer
great nn exertion," she observes.. aC and all.. great beauty under the softened hues "' i
castle with something like Increased . cheaper goods and quicker delivery! The. rural delivery t: ; .
. .
bere ++
'.a little shortly, and selecting'an upright "Inch-thick 'shoes-for the Qnernec of sunset, and and there In the At
'; animation, "who (' bs that,' or- ++e.+++ carrier extends his area and more Jl'otnrrlnr-' hom..t are
\. ','',' Blab of, rock beneath which to arrange beach I A trick'of 'speech! ''tbat is, not waste of sand and salt may he found + bf
ftanlzes. the Jornlnithnm yachting brought within reach this beneficent adjunct to the'post
... parsties by, looking for them number of. ryf********
: "-{ cannot say compose-her cbarnas. tho "last Piccadilly slang replies Sir a ,
? It is not Lady LydiA of course office. The ,ntotor-cab enables the woman shopper, and Be,
"You must find the heat of Jersey almost John, hotly., "Ah, If you had been living oases,the most conspicuous of whIch'are
1 IIIld'equall.courae, ; it is not JorulnK-: man of business to cover Just, about three times the amount of territory 111comfort
HI unendurable as India SirJohn in India for three ns I hove: Pica and Matilla.
ham: Is It 't1\'e\ captain or the chef? that was formerly accomplished effort and fatigue... On the
? would not !find much difficulty In These oases are supplied with water -
you !
Hardly M. Jules, or be would contriveto health side. I know from experience thaftbe ozone which Is drivenInto the
forgiving faults such ns Daphne's. from the high Andes, ,but the par-1]
"I have managed
to exist "
through a render the dinner hour punctual.' lungs by riding in an open car at a fair speed II'a specific cure for Insomanla
.. week of It," be answers,, faking bin "Your friend perhaps Mrs. de Mau "Uaphuef Is It" name-n humancreature's tlcular streams that support their and nrevous troubles. Sanity and levet-headedness. together wltb .healthy 4
name? Really Of course, 1 life are not certainly known. It has i
place, as duty bids bin do at her feet
leysuggests Clementina, her voice, i living have come to those who have found It possible! to live In the'country
know It In botany. Genus monogynla'. been found that In various carts of
"But then I bnve' the '1
really Improved her look still at zero. and motor to'tholrfondness places In tbe city and return to their homes. To.the .
's class actrandrla, and, In the natural the great Ataoama desert -ui.- earth:
: binlng hours with hard work. Do 'I *
"Scarcely In any human society organIzed American tourist o$ the Continent Ad In the British- Isles the antorapblle
method ranke4 under the thirty-first underneath the surface layer of sandor
you draw 'a.' much as p.\'f'r. Clemeu- 1 by my friend. Agatha,_ elder : has given an Intimate.knowledge, of the civilisation, habits,.and condition of ',vet
order salt Is sufficiently moist to .
1. tina? lie has apconipMhed the Cbrls- ,sons, may be certain, would be( a grow I the people of the art treasures in wayside village churches,,, of history and ,
: .X time name thlTUme.. "I remember be- pronounced feature whereas on boar.1the Mouogynla. Octandrla." The natural crops, caplljary} attraction spreadingthe never possible before, except to the foot fsvftler! *, ,y
for I left method. Veprecula. through soil, The
I -- Liberia pauperism or at least genteel .. "
And th8l'8--wa.' time h"D he adored rainless Ataeama desert-Is the '
sketchla -Mis .
autumnsays : destitution prevails. It must be I. --.,, .
Hardcsstle. much none might remark: Mettle Hlvers hove' Itl! Mattle Rlv- this girl treasured decaying plants (no of .t1+e, greatest industry of its kind- '

,hat_ jbe., leave ./all..or. the days. er.. briafis/ together all ,tba startling .natter of what class oi genus) because in tbe world, yielding enormous
she bad touched them thrilled at her quantities of nitrates used to enrlchr
,i shorten "During the season of course, contrast she can fiN ns. foreground ;
one could! not trifle away the time on effects for the novel. Thus the Arab glance, spent sleepless nlgbts'at a suspicion the fields of Europe and the; United. -r The '
of her coldn State. Argument Jfgainst
accomplishments, and then tbe exhlbttlons and Lady Lydla; Max and Mrs. de s ; ;
so thoroughly. put one out of one's Mauley; Miss Ilardcastle And Felix: There was a time-acd now.. Sir John The oases play a very Important

t coneeltwwlth, one's own attempts.". ,, Broughton." Severne. feels'. be could as soon be I in economic role in the industries of F der ; r:

r It Is encouraging to think that Clem. 'Cou.ln love with a volume of, the British Encyclopedia the' region, supplying vegetables and Regulation :
Felix actually laughs, In a or cherish a' for foodstuffs i for. the of
1 .tenting! Ilardcastle lever can be'put out prayer support the f
; Of conceit with any thing. silent tired. little way he 'has. at the )!aunder'. Treasury of '-nowJedtre.The workmen .alfalfa for the cattle and *

Severne asks' a coipmonplnce' question whimsical combination of Images thus ,. pursue their path, and' after; a various fruits; and also serving as ? By Ex-Slttorntj-Genyral Harmon.. ; Sf.'
to his mental vision *.m
._ 'about tbe pictures of the year; presented minute. Miss H rdca6Ue. who seems' timber producers for the nitrate Z '
"And remarks
/ Severne :
now "you take tbe Initiative ..regards works ,
% 'alafTand gets answer that freezes himmore disposed tq as 'which require much fuel.
-than- and I, Mrs. Chester wllldoubtless com.plete Jhe starting of subjects,'Inquires There parted the world where <
did the wo
geologlcallove'le-t. the !llsifof .lucongrultles." I xeuae. are-advanced Federal"intrusion,into,Stateaffairs. '
tens! N : of her lover if ue has seen ; esterday'Spapers agriculture is more Intell.l"alcar.
It ")frs. Chester could not by On. Is that the States do too lftJeand the other''
any to thee
The Indian Budget appears ried on than in
i' tout Daphne a listens of not to olthogetber the calm with i juxtaposition! be Incongruous," says be of more,than ordinary Interest and :the Atacama desert.Zlon's Her spojs Jd. T Is that some of them do too, much' In the way,of railroad

pang envy assur Conslii Felix. gallantly;,"on board the If the'projects of decentralization and corporate: regulation: and other ,:corrective' measures.* +
ance'wltbwhick .
( Sir John
f? Beverne'ssweetbear Liberia, as elsewhere Mrs., Chester, "I have not seen an English newspaper Color. T I in There are not contradictory, as they might at' first ,rap

.' ,displays her stocked, knowVdge. mutt shine .y her own light' alone. for'three weeks," Interr-pls Se- Of the light-rays that fall upon II 'pear because there' may be both too little' and too much

l' You will' not be cruel} enough to refuse Verne a little absently f' object some are taken np by the object > < publicjnterferenco with the conduct 'of buslness'aad both'

"You .have,not been to t ndon this to come" be urges. Daphne's reddening He Is thftiking again, and once again and others are reflected. It Is are harmful though my inherited and required/ ideaa'both { i

'spring; Mrs. Chester" a.ks'Cousin face bespeaking her irresolution of that ,boy is.- love of his; of its deliclousness the reflected rays tbat we are to turn 1 lead me' to' fear, the too much more than I fear the, toO .

!Felix, packing away the remains of the "If I was sure any" one had Invited even wben he most Despaired.. for the explanation,of color. For instance I little. It.. often harder to draw the ,line between useful regulation and .r

r "_, burnt almonds- into such fragmentary' Die. or could want 'me." she answers of Jtsjf\eamt.ofhop\ ,_its honey-sweet a, shtet__ot. white,.paper---Is _harmful.jmeddllng. andJiftrderlstlll' :: to have that)line' respected'wh.A politics :
_;"portions. Of:llalnzsra*'cso be:-calledPaul's her".shyness crumbling "handful wits .
meeting and parting*. Can the page 1 "white because alt the seven kinds unfortunately becomes Involved queitlotl.--relatjnT. businessand ;,;;;
via pockets..wHave never been there of sand much as Sydney Siuttn: s Jltfnglady '
\ '
public feeling I Is ..ed'hA peat manythings 'are the home +<
; 'f.T'at Indeed be,clo ed forever-not KO mucuas of light are reflected from its surtao, .. pone "
) bread.' -.BlI Wef- .
all her
Well this ta crumbled ,
i ; something tb1t'F' because they be become
: the poor odor of a dead oseleaf lelt. while ..tha-aullftoweJ"lp.ell ;;,! be -affairs ma, or remotely related to COIIUDeroe'W
Z have traveled the to flndwa de-U-Relne Is so far from tbe harbor; '
world over
the states the regulation of which Is ;
to recall Its freshness; __- clii.when light falls on It the violet, among granted: exclusively to Con
'a human creature who had never been anti should never find my way aniooe "
".Ipnare-notAnd 1m1 ged.ClementlIft.! blue and gress. If the. Federal authority should be extended ovejr all these the
I indigo green rays are selected
In and scientific-London 1:011don't tire sailors,, and and-- _
literary *
I -_at J =Miss- pow, at length h'j voice Is tow for absorption, and yellow principally states would soon. \become mere regions fhe pretext tor-such,extension of-.
knoweonfldenuaiy! 2Uiow- Sbo--glanoer appealingly
: ; all but tender. "I could still think it Is reflected. The reflective poser Is that railroads,. telegraphs; etc, hare brought about the, commercial,
much you have been spared" I have Hardeaetle was the day In Kensington: Gardens ray., received by the eye, produce the unity of tbe states. But that Is no reason .at all, because'such.. commercial .
.only been In town three weeks Is It I Miss Hardcastle gazes at the Lining
you remembc ?wben you got away 'sensation of color. This is the 'explanation unity was the very object In view In framing: the clause which gives to Congress
not three weeks since I came back of her parasol with the peculiar unseeing ,
from Vienna: Clem" I, expression in which women of from Bcbnapper and the children and\ of nearly all the colors that the exclusive power to regulate commerce among the states;, and as) ".
: talked to me for five bjissful.. forbidden exist. : the clause accomplishes the purpose Intended, why should. anybody seek to "
-"WlthedtHreferring to Frsuleln theworldnreso--admirably proAcientwhen !
t minutes 1Jlt1ertbe chestnuts. Anti jet twist It.out of shape by forced construction? 4. '
h t, Bchnapper'f:'. diary. I don't know that i members of their own sex are 41

It 'i-sea tamembs'rtheimportgntdate'otE -week-enough-to-.lonlt-to-Uiem,tor,help; _. -It seems to mo that your hair is a"shade"br j, A False Impression 'i ,
aarTtenhan'tt used to ad'
cerUInl made
'onr'arrivai-Cduaiu-'Feltp!' Mr. Broughton comes! qulcqly to the FotisnceT-"I'fe ?

"And during that time I have beet rescue. Mr. Broughton, e\'ldentiLhard be?" Impression, oq that manorertb re; : .

taken"-Mr. Brbughton reckons on hit ,bIt by Mrs. Chester's eyes, win-bear ")f) hair was always pretty dark he hasn't taken his eyes off me-slnce r ADVERTISE Iir Tits .&.. i BUSINESS'N "
was it not? You hayj grown; aceustomed : here." / I
I got:
,delicately ,gloved finger tI.PJI-"to twe of no ex: U1le. The dlpncr hour as far
'FrIday evening discussions about tht : its, can be conjectured Is eight; the to tbe unt-white locks of Mrs. Patrice WhIch man?" = _-r: nw' '-t ,i ?

ichthyosaurus at the Royal Institution, I Tacht-fu.Hardcaatle.( : ,has JLU..Idea. Chester. As for' you I should have "That one with' the black: mustache .:.

'' ] ate iJOC\r4\ .an afternoon lecture Oi I must be.: lying somewhere In. tbe known you In a second, wherever' and ." wk.yM :"a r' S6.
however I bad the only - .. Aa ldvsrttsim.nt Y. S Slleaat.-Caavas.e. : t;
metyour; detective *. --J
the NatuVe of Organic Radicals,''wl t outer roads, and be, Felix Bougbton. "Oh; he'lf 'helred ; "

a, digression ns to tbe 'Synthesis oitf undertake,personally to be in the bar- change is-I may be wrong but It Yonkers Statesman.Comptroller I '
1 .eem.; to nW you are 'aot quite so tall ALWAYS 'AT'WODS UI rOURUfnR.Ett ,,_ .. _
T "
.. 1ImJ.c..4tJd" -_____ -boronthejookoutj(Felix Botigbton( on !. ---...,-- -- '
E "T.he syntlfeslsj"! Felix Broughlon <11 ,
A not so:'accent\ the'word. bn.t'this matters approaches In which ho may have tho "Your eyes have grown,:; accustomed .has'tuled that no telephone traction |
.. IDeral n 8 arty; t. APE
Is Sir
to the level of Cousin ;Felix: JBJS :
electric light or other pnbUc utility
nothing.. "Ob.;: hlt pronunciaGob.W&Ctt'helpterr'inilt delight of awaiting Mrs. Chester ,

;. .:: e'of"wtont' "And now-lfrlsttlme: for-me he-go- .Job (Ser3rr?Ep.1LL: I ,corporation can make contributions I -c --- -- (., .,- 'f ,_ _'..

'tdeast .CvusitrFettz' ;wpyTwill.*' ' *' ; 1p $-1.'=Hi=ss=Hardeaetle.. 4s..}hoe. mjy.n y. .ii fiTm-.n To i.i ba.i continued- .n., >- i ._.... ..10 ho.pt1kPr19 etbeLCharIUes.: - ,, ,;;--r- -r

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t'' r;' :':" :rCEN p7Cae w -, :' ,i $6TicE'".. .. EL, EG., TION.y i' .' j : iNN'S. VI AGON: WORKr! t r

# /,.EEtB AA. '1'ho LartsUtur of 1IT.7.. under. the
L.icaaSU'le..d f..nuO.\ne.. pmfee.k..! 01' Ooaupatlod";;; ,thdlAPtA'OfFIao1 <
I ot'oi \ tamer.10th.; l9osr CorUiUitloaof IXMVaf ..... Sate. of Florida,did
'_ tram ostebn ,. t.o t
1a0w0t..1a ( I;) 419 '
a pas three Joint Besolutlons." propoelrur amendment 1
J "
J! """ 0&&:. ,''" I to UM Constitution of UM Btat*of Florida/ f '< ,)jHlOH'dRADE VEHICLES MADE TCTOROER:

rt .. aroaraeEtanetoM'kiaYi. F'tv.t sad the .. ...... la ,
p : driomrtMey earn* woes by a vat of three "

f 'Tp w_; L'--' Ia GoooL I D"a....... &sate I............,UO.J fifth of all tie. member* elected. to. sack. nous*; i F.;01.} : REASONABLE... PRICES.BlaclcstnithitiK .
1 I that th. vot..on Mid Joint Rasalutioa F
# .... .. -J' I war antend ,. 4' 1 1
: upoej their. respecUv Journal. with r*** } .... ,
:.. wt opi :'q 10 baro'.L' : and Lh_ and did determine and dl- 'h" .. + "
al4saltyf then .
17 A. Bleshw.t..J arpso 10010" .i'10fJO nay T .
.. ....... uocwbe .t. 4 1 T N
BboaIiwell"" . ..' stock $'1119 .. . .t" $10 1110 J net that UM**ld .JoIllt.tMoIuttono b* submtttsd h.Ffti
.S J.A.' llarbet'.halr. ..... ............. . .I00:: I- (110 (" to. "'a electors. of th. StaU at-U>* Oaoaral Else-\ r I Wor '
S : t. Repair it
-" Dtsmunl..... .. .. \._Bott.1i.JA .. . . . ::" IQt'. Won In. ,. Horseshoelng-anrJ! .
:.c_ _. \. ._... ", "..... GO.. AI. Normber.IMr : : .
. .. *
. . .. k..bmlth.. . .1." ; .. 15 - i
I. Dana 8 00 60 Now thmfora. ,L H.CIYyCnwtoed. S.oro.ryof .
... .
J ...... .. . ..' 'All Workmen '
1, ,"7RQ: . ...'.. 1.rohaet.smtatocki00. :,.. .. .. . /4Wq' L WLftO Btat*of th*Slat. of FlorUa, do hereby. dv.polio. fj dct Kinds Done by First-clasp . ,
R. Edmonaon 1Cd-: Hq..II... .U.... . .'....\ ... :. ._:: .eo.: ". Mf' ) that a "* a .
ft $ o)
. . .
stock ".100 't
M..r1l..t snit
1U O. Botuado. ,.e.' Merchant amt stock M*> --. 'f"r. '" .t 27 ha0 I 110 GENERAL: ELECTION t"" . ..
l 11 22 will U held evi".4a .
; In _
MeleE; .t.. :' .' la Florida on Tueads y .
11 : M.roh.nasart..ekIN70e,1VI.rf -- -_ .. j tJO ZlIIO -
I' .. 1 One"br., ; next suooesdlrur. the lire Monday In Norambar, 5 5r
.. ....
IS Watera "' = Gro't-o." -operr auna nny-in-tha-aot -ma- H A'011 J 110 A. D. twwrth.sold Tuaaday belne-the I I'"

f ).. . amt. stork' ,)io6u .. ." ". II 00 1 r.o [ THIRD DAY OP NOVEMBER r,.aPaint'and J.o.J: DAW rjpr1e"tor.Hi(
F. H. I iwaon Maohank till 00 80 no) |
.. .
/).IhHU9antwd ''W' >, : ,.t ek M""* 91q 1:110" for the rtaiflcation or rajaotion of the' sad JointenluU0W o.
? .
r Irl J.Z.Robsrson. !\. ._ . DniBirist. amt stock 11000. :, tt
..... V .Id.a..tAuran", Kmarms -r-m-r. .. [ Co .Paper- --. ---t

If. i8 sa"ordt.reaw4;; ; Gr..,.. .H \ .. .. /600' 22 0Bdw tutlon of tka' State of Florida.'vial t I \: \

0 .. .. . .. . '. amt atock4LFdM .. .. 800.1 Improve protect house; '
I 111 C. W Grlmn . ; .M.hant..t.toclr IlOIlO . 5U A JOINT::RESOLUTION propoeing'on amandment will your
.1 I
A. 8.Gilbe..... M..hant, am' .t ek $1>111I. rapt to Section Nina (tI of S be pleised to bring; my 1907ample Ji ,, ... .....
fit 00 1iJ ) Articlt Flva ( ) of ":, "' '' ""'" ""'" ""'" '" ""'"
... . Merchant., amt Mack F,011 )0 books to your' house and
:11: A. Tre.q. -- - IHel .
21 7M t L II oem...: ... .. l"wY.r . :J00d II 00 00 4'10U \ tha Con.tltutlon' of Florid:....tit", to judicial.. ..iriak any auffRreaUooa the. latest t MIL ItSAOM. atRNetea.. NJAOM. f
21 "_Im_ Drut Co .: . ... Drulrlri t.. ek. .. aalariea. i
.... :till'' 1 26 'deooratlooa tbat'yoQmay detlre.
R. T. Butter Barbe.5ph.lre . 1000 & Wr B< Resolved .by thaUis-lslatur. of th.. But : yr
. . . '
.:1/1: / R T. RuUer .' N bowlinr o1IeYa Drop me a card and 1 will cheer

2/.R.T. 'uU.!. . -r'tebl.y' (duoonnsctd from JIll IJo 00 of Florida fully furnish' estimates on paper MACH BROS. : "
00 11 502M That Section Nln (\II t of Article Five (A) of the and I
M.cbana 100 . 0'a painting. : r. : : : ; : .
aothtock .
: .
YT ilolh.e a CAIIMr the
Constitution of b ,
W Dane. Merchant amt ctockt'dq' . ... 1100 6 en Stab tlf Florida and the

.28 4 C w. Dana chin.Operating. . pe..ny-in"4h1ot. .'00. . .. .ma-... .?. II 110 -.:1175. .riLl am* I* hereby.amend. aa aa to read a* follow \ Peed Sale Stable f
'q ORE. A. BA Livery and
iIII 1 .
8011.81' B. CMlllr C. Miller., . .. . Merc".t".amt Barbalchalre.' atoc'i1$5W:- .'. "" .. .... .... 8 01' 1AI AtlJ !\ Section Nln.(II). The salaries of Justices 'of '

Iii OIl .7 the Snprem Court. Circuit Judges and Judges.
ItI B.C. Miller I'od.tabl.ldi.aoan.ctedfrum\ lrr) .. II 00 1 10Sf \ ol
J\o\IB R. 8. Floyd'Co, am'.toek $1(510 .. 8 OIl I 150 Criminal Court of Record eMit be Sad by the 'FI. (WOOD-:-DRAYiNG
N tUDA. .
.1. A. La I.haat..m' stock $500. 'o '' lU 00 5 OIl Legislature.. J''

._ 85 m 1..1. It.AxaaW.. La."tAr i Jhonor. .worb... (..,......._...t) s'.. i01'110 -- 1c.a JIo I11II1 I\) That ..... (foregoing. amandm.nt.offaction Nina Everything is Now and First-Elass. We will I r
,. .labl..l0 here S of Article. Flv. (3) of the
4' ;:17 II11Ta111A 011'.I"e (e) Constitution of Florida

.;.' M. G.dnr ,. ..... Mea'"llal.t Boarding' huu ,1 ...,..,ek'.... DW . N -. 11\,00 O 2'rAt f10, U .hereby ....... to and the cam*shag b* .u.- Osceola {. Render Prompt and Satisfactory Ser- {
Ira W.R.M.kIRllOn Co. County
W. B. MaIci......Co. 11omUe ft.h d.elort. .. . ".. 8 00 DO :1 I liD 50t mlttad to the electors. of the Stat for approval or vice I>ay-or Nfcht. All Kirids

.. . .. 4 horeeu1 ... .
} v 41 Mach 11.- Livery .lable rejection at tha nut reneral. election of Representatives

.. JU..1mm.. Telepho..Oo, pbonea Opet.ung al.phoa .."h". .-..... .. 40. .... .'-. 10 ID 6 I.Q hereafter aa required by Section On ((1)) Abstract t I 1 Heavy lla cling.

t W O. A. au....... . ". . M..hant.1II1: back SlOO.: .. .. ....'N 011 I O44 of Article Seventeen (17) of said Constitution. ,Company
'- O.crd. PharmMy .. . Thw lat.. _t.toea 5.quW! . . n_ -,-- --V1 m U IJI) ", AT BEAMAN'S OLD STAND PHONE.113. ,
.5 1.H. lt.ddttt. . . 1..1.; .. . .S'-OO t.JI'! JOINT RESOLUTION 'an amendmentto -- -- -- :: -
441 P. A. Van A....... . L.wyer.Howling. . .. 'v '. Y 6 uU-.0. S. H. BULLOCK. MANAGER. : ,5 3 -YZvnlrhrT-
*-+t- @. R.. Johnston : alley \ S 00 .... Article Twelve of the Constitution of"th* .
a 48 Mv Tiller: .._ _.r Agent Fireman's Fund Insurance. . 60 State of Florida .....ttv. to education to be ---- -- -- -
. estate .
q 4, M. Tiller. Agent Corporation Westchester Fire inn' ) .Co.. 2 60, known .. !Section Sixteen of Mid Article, providing Titles examined and reported on J.-
or NewLork < for the levy of a apodal tax: for the .up: Taxes <
80 M. Tiller A....( Continsntal; ( In* Coot N.\ : paid.for Do 'relldeDts
: port and maintenance of the Universit of the
. . . 5 GOt Instruments relating to real
lorktArairtNorthBriUshnnd estate
( M M. Tiller . Mercan-.- I, State of Florida, the Florida Female Collea: ;*. carefully 4rawnCorrespondence THE fiBflYSTOHE GARAGE BUD J pCHIjlE -$SHOPS '

the la Co . . JO the institute. for the Blind. Deaf and Dumb, and
. .. . .HI UISOU 6 ui
tf M. Tiller Real estate ...nt. ., the Colored\ Normal Solicited.
W Mrs. tlall. PUI.... . Merchant amt stock IS 0 .. ISO
it Keaolved by the Legislature of th. .
liom Fire Iniiur- State S
04 .1 M. WUlaon, Jr. Agent. Ueorirui ANTHONY
maCo ? .2 :!II of Florida: '-.- A. LOLL, Proprietor.:! '

05 J. M. WUIsom. Jr; .. .. Agent Royal! of Idv.tpoolXkraln- .. S 60 That the followingamendment; . Ui Article. Fo Vi
aurance Co Twelve of the Conatitutlori( of the State ef Florida F AOHNT: ROR'FairbanksMorse 1
\ M J. M. W llleon. Jr Agent St. Paul FIre and Marina" y IIe ElitEa
.. .. VI to be know. a* Setlon III nf acid Article' be Ir& "
111' ;J. M. 5III on. Jr Agent; New York Life Ins Co .. 2 ill and the came le herebv'airreed to and shall be aub- I
M Smith tiM > .. .. Live,., stable. Ill horses 7 00 8 76 C4r/pTiv s4ra Gas Engines
mltted to the electors State at the : .
J'. M. Wlllson. Ir Agent Orient o* Hartford Fire of'1..h. next Jh./C pFarry'.teed. ,
{' Ina i'o .. - 2 ..0 general. election of Representative, to be held In .

(' -*-.> J.-VI.. M'illapn. Jr Airent. Germ. t American' of Few .. '.. 1U the year \Iyb', fur ratification rejection. a _.-- and Irrigating Outfits .
-OTork rite Inn Co ?
v HI J. M. WII........ Jr .. .. . Agent Citizens: 01 Muwourl Fire ? (tec I I'*.. A aom-lal) tax *f one- null ou the '
<*A >0 dollar of all; taxable prbpi-rty in the Bate shall

42 t, M Wlllson.. . . Brooklyn .'Ira.. the *
AlIt.Ph""nl.ol 2 .r he levind aimusMr I for >nppo-t and,malnU'Uani'eof are tna teat known and
r. 1ns .0 -rr--ofLodonMieIns tli" Uiilvnrwlty "t.tho ntato ofVlurlda, IhamoatroU.hla.erown.Every n ** RENTED OR REPAIRED
68J.)5 Wlllson. Jr Agent Phoenix ..
1(:. .. .: 2-a1 the .'Io.w.t'e'm.h.' toll: ,*,,: the liulilutc( for the package has behind It the reputatlnn ,
of house .....
04 J. M. AnentHom. of New york"freInilV a whnaw rnialooaa trio
Wlllson. Jr .. 550 Blind Deaf and Dumb axe. the Colored NurrHalttrhool. hliiheatjn; the trade. .
tie rl sf. Wlllson Jr Agent Mire, In.t oot Woi"l. Atr.rAirent.'boyal tthN'ii ahall bv (.iitl, iu u) th> SUltu r....,-. lava ..eM A..." will I'ms4l.d FI1KK ARTESIAN WELLS DRIVEN ANY DEPTH;
Mw . 2 50I Treasurer eo.l, frt apart t>> "liini to the croilft of to all.spnllcaiils. It eonlalns eolorari P"m.ay
.. 'n..,and mil rtnwIrUoiu.prtoes asd dlrsouons
l Aiwuranve
J M. KxchsnKe
WUlson. Jr
the Bale Boar of l .
rxluuiition. to >fc poiuLucS plsttUiui
:2! 1)11 fui oiwr.lino TarlMM ofVa' ilabls aad '- -

'q a7 J.M. Will...... Jr .. . of LondonAffent\oIU_. In. Co of America .. 2'JIen and dlBiKwed of for tint lienfflltof- Flower Brad Invaluable to tea (eadtor (t.

i. II. WII....... Jr .teal eutat.....nt. .?. 1000 5 Inn' llona Ha required' l>y the act creating and niHlutalnliiir D. M. FURY *. CO., Detroit Mloh.x l
89 W, J. Man .__ Agent. Norwich L'niun Fire Ins Co*' thi We Solicit all Kinds Repair Work
httiiiu, known a* Chapter 8HI I of thu
i 1\IW.I.Seare. .-. .. . ,,Aiient Scottish Unto..nd National .. :
sal' Juuu 5. Helf. ;
w r . 260 ixl't s Florida "1.Imv",1 >
( 71 W, J Sean Atrent Southern Home In. Co".. 2 Ii"I'" -----
e t- VJ, W J.; nearaW . . "Lawyer . 10 00)) r. ' JOINT KBOLU I'I ION ro.onitf| nn BmeMti- DR. E. AKERS, --- - . - ,=
State Dank of Kisslmmoe.. Hanker. ,capital (HXHNlMorthant :: VI Iq d") Hcitftlon"
< ( 4. 74 D. N. Floyd . . ,-smt atock $1000 .. 8 OIl 1 d1 m DEN'TISTOtIlee
.ce. 74 I> N, r>( yd . . ,. . Merchant amount stock SJOOH I. 011 It rep ': Florida, rflntiug the chtabUHlimuiU -
71 CakesM. Veneerinir Mills Crate manufacturersLunvli .. 15II) 7 .J of Court.' over Orlando Bank' and Trusts at Cash Store
,' 77 Q. A.-Gilbert. n . . : .:' .' Iq :! d) It .ttpRc'od Hit Bargains I
of the
9 78 A. W. Wlnn/ factory.\ tqna dally capacity. .. 10 UO '4 .Al, B" by I-tirUlntiiro s- ,. Phone 73.: .
7l W. C llasa . . Butcher pen .. 6 0U SUUjof Florida; .. .s Crown, Hridtfe and PorClean
SO OsoeoU) to "be- . Abatractors, of titles' .. 10110 1. i 110 I hilt th. rOIH"VI .U1Plldmeu to l' tug a
-<01 Ennla Br f- Mnvhatito, *Vnt etoek rau .. _. y 0 I\ M1. Th1rty-flvt Arttrtir-frlve of tho xoijfltiupVn SIQ.CI..I! y. t
** J pravee, Mr Boardinvaoua< ; 110. NOT1'hClHe .desiring ;
'1\3 W. 1.. >anr D......- R"""lilo..."t.. aevnt. ... ]1It.. 5II' or Florid u huruhy nnrtiiW UMa'l nhall bt should my services: White Lawn. 40 in. wide, 15c per yard. ; -

04 W. lrsa: Dut>. .- %irerlrira Liverpool .nd Lan".lal .e'w proposed "ml l Hul>inltted toj ** 'd.uwr. of the make arranjment in ad. Lace from 5c to 15c per yard .

I Insurance I o .. ... .. .. 2 11)i ) .Stdt f..r nppmviif nu) .oti jr.u .t, the ntxt gc" vance. Dress Pants. $1.59 to ('
1 II 50tl $5.00
u .
} W* W. L. Van ttazor.j : Agent Hartlurd Fire Ins Oo .. per pair. .
W L. Van Duaor. . Aunt Aetna rire las Co.; .. a r 6t 1 I oral election hnrcaftejvthat I. to *>iy, acid Weetioh ( OHLANI,.. Ff.o+\.-' ' '. Pair-Stripe Pants at $1.00.
l <
a W' L. .._.. . .
1 Van I> Agent Liverpool and London bpd Thirty-five\ of>.tirl Article Hball1.t amuiad*' ? "
:r .J Globe Fire Ins Co. . II0) no aaJiO. road aji 3 ftillotta: : . ', Trunjjs) and. Suit_ Cases at lowest; prices' ._ ... a..
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'Vaa DucarAgent rTovlili>ne Waslilnuuiii ,. DR LESLIE WrWBEDONSpecialist .
PirelnsCo .% 2 .1)) heeliuuA5. Noouraoilierhanherotoapeetlied Picture Frames from 25c to $3.50 each.

811 wuVsn: Duaor.J. . ........ Agent HprinKiield Firs In* Co-. .. . 2 511 shall: be Ubliahud lu tbl tStale dxc. tt '
11" W Almp.on..7.. .. .... 1 Dentist" .. ., ... ...... .. ... .. : . 1000, Jj (0 thes Ear Crockeryat the lowest prices. \ \ '
'} H. W.Diamond ....,..;..... M.rchallt..L.lock |I '" II G.D.Carroll...',....,. ., . .Turpenlneop'resp'y50bblii..... .'" ).L ? "5,185 111I r.,' i17C and olAblBhmfcaik! ucH-addlHoiml 7 .Nose and' roat. '
t3 ... .., ....... ... Merchant, amtslock\ 11000.,0"\..' ,/ ..Cj* j 00 + '\ 50 judicial circuit as f rom Urn to tima becomanecMaary \.T ..... Best, Shirts made' for $1.00 each., ': '
4. 114 r'W'Jdl... ,... . .. . ... Merchant, amtatook.M4i.,,., ... .. 'aoo IiU may Tinware .
+' .M J"A. .. ... .. .. . Merchant, amt stock fKMI..i ;Ink ,; ,S00: lAb and for the apDolrittnont' by the Gov. at'any old price. e - .. .

W Jul/ Rivera .. ... ... .. . N.rchant.amt.teeNIj'44l.. ..,,..".j), .5-. j ,' 3 ,eJ i;"? 150ltubydCo iernor and confirmation by the Senate of addition Private..EosoitaL.1Ameclcal.''t( wNattional The only,: place you can! get the Heaver! BraridJHat. ..
. ,. 5 00 ..245(4'I' ( r, :, .
12 I. w. :; .... *-/, )t.\'i""fIj-; \ at circuit judges therafor;whotM of office "
terms '
... . aiirpentliMt 1100'' t5 i1 I
. . .. amt stock r OOf. .* .. Sank'"BuildingTarnpa:: "
< '
t* City Hakery_ ..."' : Merchant, amt stock *** . .... a tIU 1 IiO and general jurtadlction shall be the ......* aa U *
100' M. ? ..: ... gent xa Wan 14f.; lna Co: .. 2 m herein pravided for the circuit Judges already Florida. for driest- Town.3 .'
.., 101 tT.-W.: I'Di..m nd' l.unch counter :. 6 00 Y :ep' herein provided for and may clothe any RailroadCommUB.on Headquarters Shoes in
II(* H. Thurman. Hotel IS rooms .. . .. .1 -.. ,' Ii 00 211 !
1IK 2 U. U. Ourranc. Merchant amt stock 11000. I. . K DO I 1141 with'iotflcUt power. In all mattera
lot Banded Oil Co . ..: U holeaal dealera in gaaolinaWholes ( . 10 01'' -r. Wr conl"'ted with the function. of their office. -_T Y

106 Htandard Oil Co . . *!* dealor In illuminating .. .. .
o1la. .. .,. .. ... . . ... .. Z*-OO.2 '->11I08B.Olowie..Co The vote cast In compliance with paid pro dam.ndm..nto "VV L. W INN
:. .. .. Turpenth..op..cap.Obb.:! ... . .. .16 IHIIS lli CO BUDDED TREES!
107 800& hell Tel and TsL C'o. .o-.u. I te..pho.. . . :. . 7 ; and the eallv..... declaration and f ,<
lUll G. F. Kribba. . ... . . .:, Law,. ... . . . . . in mi 6 00 return thereof ahatl be subjected to the samereirulaUona 'PHY.:5ICIAN <
I. I. W. OSve... . . ....... . Lowy .. .. ... ".. 4UOOuu( : and raatrictiona... are provided bylaw : SUROKO.RESIDIMCI' '
O.RJohwtl .....t.. ;. Pool I tebleIlkconnrtd fre4a bar. aa ou 7 no '
l4 lU aten..ea.-aroCo.. G..n ,--.. .... . .. .. . ..... .. 800. 160 eloctiona In the State of Florid( *, Islesworth"Nurseries. > -
J l2" .(ra.N.Jn ero.,... . ... Or.enCmaer..... .. . . . .: :: aoo160 In testimony whereof. 1 have hereunto aet my PHONB B*. KIMIMMEE.Orrics .
r of Idmowon: ,. .\ pa'ia5mer. .. .. . .. ... 1 00 1110 hand and affixed ..... great seal of the $ate'of ) PHOHB 97. PLOUDA.W. .
1 1411t . _.-:. .L 00 71\0\ -- '
r ItB.krt :..:" .".. Green gaw '. -.-...-..-. .. .... .. oa=- 1- Florida, at TaJUhaaa.taa Capital this tw.atj. -' -- -- _CHASBVjScUCGU- 'JrW.-HOAfD-AOENT-,

1 .a 6R.e.foyd&C.Gre .. l.... ... .. ." ; I OU 1M fifth day of July A. D.1008. .. "': : .
1'7 C' W.Grgea.s..d..a, Graaagvoar .. .. .. .:..... . ..I.\. \., .$00) 160 [Seal] H. CLAY CRAWFORD. We will have ready for next Fall' and Winter planting
CoIII"l.II'-._ . ...... Graven .-. .... ... ...r. ....... 5 00 ll1U D1F ,J. .SIMPSONDENTIST. of Orange and a generalassortment
p. a. D. HoI_ .... ....I .t : ......, 8 00 1(0Blls. -. Secretary State Grapefruit Trees of all leading varies :;
t r f ci : aulJWII..Cov. '! M.rehan4gam..tblatock.1000._....'. S ,10 00 900 --w..r.yOTICE ties. Our t.reeelU'e budded.on good healthy; rough Lemon and I ;

i 111 tJWf R.fning (;0. :.;:..,): (WboIoeaIe dealere .. Ulwniaattu. '- } : ." pp1 ELECTION.To ,? S6ur Orange roots, guaranteed free from, insect pests of any kind.
41 oiII". :tI. < A.. i ... .<. ; : 234)0.) 1"10" >, All budded from
S44 bearing trees In
.*. IM .r..w.. ,. . . Pool tab) (dinom.ot.d from bee. >i 1608 1-11 tha Sheriff of OaeaoU County,of.tine Stete of Upstairs la Katt our gr YetI and therefore true 'to :
- a 121 "'-.III.! ............ Laneh.taad.- . r" 1.00 !. OWI''i Building name. Our facilities for crowing nursery": (stock are second to lX.',.
U..... .':-.J!<' aS.a. Boarduut hooa*ISCraanaiuisii _... :;r.:: 500 1 80W Florida OFFIazHouRs 8.. m'. 'to 12 m. none and ocr trees are as fine as money; and twenty year's 'tY .
---.... .....,.. 17.. .... -i. 1lad B* It known. that L H. Clay Crawford.. Secretary . : f 1:30 6:3Om. fence can produce. We are making exper,
: h...... l.u.b.r' Co Sawmill 10000 SSOWfaat : J to a specialty this season of the
: between and
t a..y, of Stete of the Stete of Florida, do hereby
.. : Telephone No. 76 Jun famous California Valencia Late. which Is ;d
daily" ... ..'.. ) 6.lrr' destined to become th r"
0.'MeCl.llad.. Merchant,amt'.toekYa0:.. .,.... ." lS0000 lNMi give neUo that a ', greatest mone,-maker tn Florida. Our Valencia'budi' come dl. .
1P'mWWam t /:. ..'\I.... Tsrpantine...'..Ml bill eap'r .. -" 5600 b 110'I'i GENERAL ELECTION rect from the best. bearing trees in the district I v r
: .. Q Buek.l.. ..".........,.....y. Ma wmill dailycapacity OUO ft. ... 400' 1110 wilt be Io..a4 In OaoeolaCouatyT.State of Florida.oa W.. W. .CARSON D..D.S.BUILDINQ; npw; famous for r oroduolng -.
'j; J30 C.II. w.... ,.. ..,....,.".. Piano tuner .,. ,-t' .100 1.110 the best. Valencia In California. ; l
yv hi Thurwso t LOU..a.e....4 O.... .. ... ... .... ...4......... ,,500 1160 Tuesday next succeeding- the Ant Monday la 'DENTAL PARLORS '
r'.. 1.1 Buo ere....... .... .... .Small show I" .oo,, 11101.f. November.. A. D. 108. the said Tna day being In* Write for: Price* to,j; W.1 HoAftc,:Ootha:, Fla., pr call and feee' Wur" '
.:'jh 111 ,. lit Preetor .... .... . Mmhant.amtataeka6.! ..,:.. ...l ."... aoo" 1110 CJ": _THIRD DAY or NOVEMBERFor : RIVftRb. :.._ '_' :,. .. '." """series at.Waccr Florida our...:- -
J;' 9'T1.Ttllsr.. -..: -:;; A i mt Travelers Ins Co.;;". ... . .. ":"" .- --- W1P' + OVatPI OBQKOLA on Midland R. R. : *f
SA .nor ER4.'i. y4 ..... asasi show.. .. .. . .. '' 1100 IIIJJ \ eve Presidential Electors.: PHARMACY
, .111 H. W. Wane '. .,. . Bo."U.t! housaio yoaw..2. . .. 6 011 ::1110 For Repr.eaeative from 'th*'Second ''Cunaii. '
,1 111 W. I-Van Duaor. ......, . Agent rUality; Fir* ins Co. .. 1110t local Dmtrlct 'Florida.. 'im'th. SlxtynratConcreaa Or'r'ro. HOURS. t i'8 IS' ?* _. 0..
: 1M| JIa1 *B.PVIY00J.. .-. Yereh.nt.nit.aek$1004.. ... .. -II 00 1 150 f \* f a tae *
: r
:1'( )- Jesvsnis .. ... ..... ..... '1110. 60 of tee United Sla_ .
1 10 ;>rntksl.-..;?....i sell.bowmtst.w tlOOA. .... 100 1150I Four Governor of th. .State of Florida. Malsby Machinery Co. a I

\ Ml { M. Redd/q ,,t.-.,... ., "'ar..)b+50amt _.. $600 ....... .. a g 00 100 For Secretary of State of the State of Florida.For .
-; |4j :Ink Dweoad ,*i..n.. ...k"O.J ._.. .. ,........ ..... ; .. t 0Y, 1110 (
14 Jaek Diamond ,y, ..'-,' ,. ..rehant amtstockllOO.Small ) .. ..... .. S 00 Attorney-Genaral( of the)State of Florida. Sprlgg FljsmingCLEANING .

144 Mnisri family ..............' --. show .?,...r. .... ........,.. ., r 60Q i 50 For Comptroller: .of (a.State of Florida ? 22JOCEAN) ST., . . JACKSONVILLE FLA..
lit Van .bm.ll show. ... .. ....."'\ ...... 11011 .110 ForTraaaurar of the Stete of Florid., . ,.
CksSi.uTT.l. "
117 M. P. itmaII._ .008 210
litMatUeB.edY.,4..y'n.aMrahwt.mtuaalt6fi00:.:.:... April 1106 IN 46 For Superintendent of PubliInMructlo. of the I 'L Portable and StatlonarKnglnes!:
148 r. A. .......-....,'.,*,r.- Photoarraoher (permanent) ... '- :2 b0' 1 ra: State ef Florida.. "" I Saw Mills, Wood-working ,

V "1110 411". E.IeoC1ark.--: ........_ 'M..IU.ot. abeuet.t.okW0--;. -$:'" 1110 'tT6 For Cemmissloner ofariaulwnol the State. c_.of_..I_ .Ra S'IN!iJ.- ar.,tSb.1DI'I..M m. tho.Mll Machln-y -
Pwtai'.r. .... __ . ... .. --------M----t U 1.,' J : : -
v. toLJ. F' ,...., ,'* ..,. ......f Meeh.M.Smt.teel41100r. ; ...". .". --- SO- .'-- 76 ...., ,, ,. . ':" -. .c : ., -> ,.d -joe-ner ... of. ..supollesrComple .
UI. ''"'--'i4' Unci........., .. .... .. '' .... Oateb.rL190). 1600- TN J' ForTwoJoatlceaof the. Court'ei: tae D'YEINIalREP.AIRING fine c rigid In stock \ t
1" A. Mica ._w.- I.wyesw........ .. ...-t".. ....... April 1/1908 oo .110 Florida. + > fOI"IP1me L 5 1" E.; 0. ptbotrnft 1.Bros Dem.tla( fink _l.r1. .. ... ..... .. . t N 1 16 Steteof I' 1)51pmentSold; on/easy terms.!: h:
l5$ 0.. Patrick. ..\u.. ........ .....- I cba . .. .. .. ,. .. .., J 6o 110 Fpc Railroad Commissioner of the Stete of fop.1 .. +s,:r: .- -- .. ." ', .
\.i j. .. .. ,.. 00 1 Ida. -C---- : .1 T

.!lm. L i..uSareen:.'.::..!" .1 ...a whi. ryo.. .:.:.. .'._ . ..,. r .25 LWL= ,1S 80. For Stat Senator Iron iha.-L'Ith'"Senatorial- .JWatrict Lea*. word .at-., hou... sod clothe a 4 r ,buYlnll'.It will l:"pay you. wm to consult briha yule oun.ales.before ;<4 ' .

}p ,hrtlty"W.. 'W. R ..1oIuowtCo.a.Jf.r...., ..... c..L. 'g.a5tTat : ..t'.M C..sty4 do......... of Florida. 'Will be called lor and returned. -, .: men Write for,illustrated. cataloguer ? .
that tb. eompi.a. s od th...t. theldea-- Ice .ash. aad For On.Member of th* .House at Bprntatlve > and .
l ,eol.nis -:: td, : . enl71 prices.j .
'180A.a..*. fades our....... bed th.o yaeal of tile c.fudn this RM:d.t of 0et0b0I' A... D. *of th*8taU.trtorUft... W.sre o.-.J. Southern i.-iaJOI! Celebrate rarauhu $I:......... BoIIan sad saw ;
I w. a: "TON GonalFJd.a. Forftwuty JiuUra., ,v"_ Satisfaction> >G Guaranteedga iIBy. il" :i..
r ,(...,.1)' Cr L. B4NDY. Tax Eollwtar.m For Sheriff.' .- ''y.

__ -- -- --' For Clark" of the Orcult Court. / .. .! '. .

For County Proaseutin. _Attonwry.For .T......, ga .....-.-. .-. >..........aua.4k..;, S"C': : '
-W>t6E-ILLUSIIl11D ; -. dT rorTajcOolleetorr' --.:.. J 4 .Nt.TILER '.. E-GS.i , :'
,. For CountyOup.raaodatofi >IiI Instruction. .... '
: ;CrXtALO UE >MAILED TOEE .. ; 'f
: For County Veasurar. ,FLORIDA's.OLDEST COLLEGE; ;
't. 1 111.Y Illlll For County BuVrayor. I l Real: Estate Agency J ,
Aeademi and
For FIT County; Crmmo.Ion r.. r College. Sehoola ot Musk. EEpreislon. FIDe ", 'Do De8. (
(", tie and Industrial Arts tee Busln
l. Si ,
Board :
For ThraaaUmbsn of the County of Publio ,... I
f M r' 1 e..wl .Irta "> = = Oar.oate Hall and third qeD' dormitory DOW going : olllQ'rto Ilghid! seam atld ''l6 _!'
j I............ large 'aoultrt perfect health ooDd\tloo.\ due mnaelmm l
.r a..a r r rr bought b"'i' ; g .lhl.Uo
and sold. fleld-
..z..u..of tbaPaalakndfortB' toUowln Realty :. licks. buebWl aDd bulce"l0&1l ....... OhampiOD. of Florida Feu. Ne.y(. tennis eoura
a of
4 ."......... DlatHeta. vii \p. t,8,... 6. 6. +. Houses rented.. IItIlli OIQ _UOO"I doU...: ,.,..,,odiunint: egpeaees. lDodewate: IICItOlaNhlpe .vall blo. Cbl'iJ"'a" .quarter, mot. a...a.r '

For Constab I* and tot thai follow! .futlof Taxes paid and 'Titles ver- ,

p, t ...DIIItdctll..rial1..J.I.!..L.I.- : ; i-tfied for-non4re8idents.T<- CHAF ACTIR--- --
Ica ere er z harauato'seT -;OUI.TURECONCUC,
U Tas laaoajr Wh'l ..*... ray ,..... .
Fire Life and In- s. ,
: ". hand sad tile Great deal of the Accident Nut_l1oD "" ..,
affixed begins October
pm yeas T. For t"
nrAll ca7alogue .4c1re.
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rt.: ew s WRIAAtAIR r-.n......... EL:.l.1'4aaef n.w.: at TaIIah__ the c.a.I. ... 1. guranoe.s., \ ; .. ,. .
'- this the Oral..,*>r y...-_ A.Do .4 --Indemnit; Bonds. WM. F. BLACKMAN5 D.rater"Park '

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