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 9, 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: VID00354
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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L M /Richard; H. Marks' 'of' :Sanford l If Program iying.ofComers ones | i i Hi idl School" Op led, Monday. Morn.' ., .. .. :', .... :., .. : 1'

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i. .- i-- OCTOBER t5TFI '19 8.- \. 'I I ,, ; ,' .-1'' vA ." ..
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dewSpotrof the v- merit in Its History.. ,
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__ he eECloud; -plantatlon'_xati.:.sot ::::. - Tb -followiigJthnofflcl l pt' gram si"prepared "by Grand .'Th 'Osceola t High School began its ":":;' : ", ;:." .

.1,;.through the efforte of Mr, Iltchard-U. E':: :Marshal G. F. Parker and adopted by tbe general committee the ;; regular session Monday morning,-Oc .. .. ? y

4 'Marks of Banlord,"Fl..,- s gentleman = laving ot the cornerstone of Oaoeola High School on,October 15th: ;:;;;;e sober &tb. -at 8.3ft o'clock:, Long'be. .1- .. .',, ......<.//0 ", .
who ha been engaged In the real estate Tbe will have entire charge of the parade and -== fore the hour for opening pupils began .
<- business In for more than == :'movement of same, and will Issue all orders for pits movement and. ; to gather,at. the Christian church, .; :
a quarter. of' a century aDd who-la, possibly 'guidance.- " ;; and by' the time appointed for :: : '
.with thereaouroeathe E ""TTj' ;:;;0 assem .. . ... .. !" E
';; better acquainted bling the church->atHt rally packed --- -- '-- -
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lt' advantagea and-the opportunities of' : with school children, teachers and visMOWT.T '
the .different. sections of- E The line of m.rch11/ be" at follows: Meet at the oornea.of Park ? f ..' 'ft.
Florida offer '.than any other man, In and Main street" at 2 p. m.' sharp. --Thecolums will J>eirln to more ::::; .. No format program bad been prepared. \ .' I
the state.: ." = at 2.30 p. m.4 from Park street. down'to Brack iK1'8eC'\bence along ,_ but. after a few brief remark ,. "
c Mr. Marks1 operation In the past E Brack street-to Broadway, thenoe down Broadway Emmett street,' 3 by. Principal E.,. .*,, ne... Bunyao .. t: ] UST ,1 "
have been confined mostly to the country _' thence along,Erotnett street to Ross avenue; thence along Ross ...-. Stephens read a short scripture lessoo < "
curroundlng Sanford, but he has =: enue to Bryan street, thence along Bryan street to Beaumont avenue -, ;:;;0 and Rev -A. ,L. Woodward led anpr.yer"MI. . RP
long bad his eye turnedtoward Klsslmmee w: thenoealong Beaumont avenue to, thence along ..3 Us Sue Means, the new i
and when be read the announcement ::: Emmett street to Broadway, thence along Broadway' to SproJll: v.' teacher of expression, favored the au '". ...
w in the Valley' Gazette that =: ;; enue.'thence along Sproull avenue to Church'street, thence along ;:;;0 dience with a humorous selection from .. ...1
the famous St. Cloud plantation of E Churchstree to the school house, .forming a loop on school house ,3 Tbos. Dlion, Jr..'s, Leopard's',Spots, ,
3,600 acres was on the market, heat square. ..*, and, being encored gave another readIng ,. la .
for a purchaser E> Each t lodge will meet at' their respective lodge rooms Or otherconvenient 3 more ..peel.Ut. IDtADded, for the .
k owlognLthat that place he E places. form In proper marching order of twos, march to == younger children. Mis Means comes rR
could offer for sale the best. piece ofpoly starting point and report to Grand Marshal promptly' at 2 p. m., to .== highly recommended."a*"young' lady
in took bUll ;:;;;;; be assigned to theli proper places In the line :::: I, of talent and ability, and will undoubtedly
i s few" weed to Iocsteta buyer inMr E" A Hooanty officer, city' officer, fraternal orders and local union .a 'meet.,.!wltC.m.[ ''cb..auofess-K.ia- '
W.. Reese Parker of Mlwn, _. are earnestly requested to organize .nd"t'eporUo the'Grand Marshal =Sat linmee. x RR1VDIIl;
Del., and that. gentleman will h> a few C early a* possible the number they expect to have. ._: After JU.5.11, D, Wynns' and :
-days be In full po..e..loll.D4 will at ORDER DP .3 Miss Jessie Mlkell, the new teachers of
soil for the = MARCH. ; _
the lh fourth and
Oboe i begin preparing eighth grades, respectively .
I-} .cultivation of potatoes and celery. E 1. The band. 3. bad been introduced to the stu
:"+' Ia.pesklhgof the opportunities this 2. Grand lodge of Masons prescribed. form. ::::: dent body, R. O. Meek was introducedand -... .
section offered the homeceekei and.loveator. == 3. Knights of.Pvthla. in usual order. ;;; made a few remarks. Be haying '.
'w- Mr. Marks'sald: "I consider C 4. Woodmen of the World, -:;:;; formerly been a teacher. his words '.... .. ..
this the favored spot of Florida for the 5. Local Carpenters Unload- ::::: were very appropriate to the occasion. r .. u,
variety of .,iitt adapted E 8, Mayor' and officers of the city walking In line of t"OI. ;;; "Right. oonduct and ,hard work," he. .. ;:.. .
,' and fruits, and especially' is C 7. Junior Grand Warden with vessel of oil. ;:;;0 said; ").re of most importance. In any .I ', .'if' :
to celery and potato culture. The = 8. Senior Grand Warden with vessel of wine. .::::: school." .. .. ..
land all around this town will 'yIeldI' :::: 9. Deputy Grand Master with vessel of corn. .' The opening exercises being now ., AT \ -
abundant'crops of both, and there is ::: 10. Oldest Matter of Lodge with by-law and conltitutlon. 3 over, Principal Evans proceeded to SI. ; ,.' :.
,., only the slightest danger pf frost doing := 11. Grand Master 'barer by two Deacon 3 read the promotion Iists of the various .' -I. \ .
Other of == 1%. Grand Standard with flag. .
I' any damage. sections grades, and the teachers formed the .
, this state have become famous for producing h 13. Grand Sword Bearer with drawn sword. 3 children In lines and they marched to I .
i potatoes and celery', but it I.I :::: 14. Orator of the day with. members 'of the general committee == their respective class rooms in the. different . .
,o this section that. will startle the world =: riding In carriages. == sections of the city., - '
- in that line. -"The soil around here' is ::::: ]e: All county officers riding on horseback. :::: I Enrollment in the High: School_ department ;t A' Spl idI1ni
prepared by' nature, and it will lake ::: 16. Members of tbe Village Improvement Society carriage == 1* larger this year than ever : ..
" ; little or no fertilizer u>. produce immense ::::- 17i Pupils' walking' two -by' t.wo.,.. headed" by teachers. ,of their. == before In the history' of the school, but w

., crops of the finest variety ever =: clase some of the lower grades have not yot 'I .... ..... d ..w
r placed on the markeli After the first p-pOl arriving at school house au oration will be delivered by' ::::: filled to their complete capacity.Jjittbough '., ",'O .-' -- -: '" -, ,,jrT1 '
season' yield' is marketed, and tbeII. E Dr H. Nuoottlly.: orator of the day, after which the cornerstonewill ::::i hammered by belnw placid I a """'J' -=-,
' world learns what can be done here, ::::: \ be laid by the Grand Master. :::::' in temporary quarters the school* .- -:::;;L.:... V
there will be such a stampede to this j::;:: There will, be songs before. and after the ceremony, which will ::::: i rapidly adjusting Itself to It. surroundings I P 'I. t.
section that It will tax our ingenuity ::: be arranged by' the musical committee, composed of Messrs. J. W. :::: I and all are determined to make of : ', ,
" to accommodate them. ::::: Pj-entls, J..W.; Slippson,. J. M. Wilson, Jr:, and K. :M. Evan == 1'1'E this a most successful .e..... .
"And this also applies\ to all other S "
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: .classes toes, cucumbers of vegetables, beans, such .as, I lettuce toma-, ::::: When the above ceremonies are concluded all orders 'aud soda- :=:::S' WATER' ROUTE; Ts OPEN ..

cubbbge. in fact everydiing the trucker ::: ties will disband except the-Masons and-Kniirhts of Pythias, who willr 1 .. s ,. ,
I care to grow. Here we" have the ::::: form In line and march to Fraternity Hall, where the cornerstone of : I: .
tg: territory and the soil to supply t.beI E that. building, will be laid by the Grand Lodge of'Masons. =-S '
whole country with eatable, and I All citizen and vilitors-ar most cordially Invited t6 attend -r* I I Steamers Running on Schedule Time . ;

.',.. gone miss my by'the guess people If before from two the. Ill't'lat.lake.years have ===: these\ The latter railroads services have all well granted as those ft rate at of the One High fare School.for the round*. trip =::::; I I Between This Gty and All I. \ ri ')

{.... to the gulf and from the Atlantic tot =::=:: from Barton, Lakeland( Sanford and intermediate points. _- I Lower River PoiJiS.I ( t. h.
.he Pacific not eating vegetables O. F. PARKER, J :
. shipped from are Klsslmmee.- ::::: ;: CratldMarshaL: :::.:: .. 'I.-'I.(1 JQcCgd.

!, "Already this place Is In the center 711t1t11ULU111UiLULU1t1111U11taItU1U111LUiU1111t11U1U1Ut1L{ U S: I '''by-w.tAr from Klsimmee to .,
; the orange belt, and before long we all points ait far down AS- Lake Okee- -
will be supplying' the trade with peaches chobee is now and the i : .. .; i
t Ii, banana, guavas andIl'i for all steamers LI 11 UnlntArrUPtedl a, John i .. '
fruits and especially -fruits, A YOUNG LIfE ENDED!1' ARE MOVING Sr. ) Roseada .(Captain. Clay' .
.... grow here In aounllanee T end wl b .erf -- : ORANGES Johnsonlr. ))V and the JuanItaJCap-t( '. i. \ ,
f "lItt1h.r = -- tain Leslie Minx) are no't making regular . 'it "' -
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, .. sir this Is the section ," .
"Yes coming
"'oPthe whole, south and lucky' is the Louis Harrelson Loses His Life in' Both. Packing Houses ".Runnin and trips.On /Sunday: the Juanlta arrived. with "' .......'1.. =. ', ,. .'.f-c:1W: :" .{. > .. If,; ' ," .
who In the ground floor." one hundred boxes of from I" .,;'jlf.: .. '. : -
,man gets on an at Sev rallarloads grapefruit = ( .1
Accident Mill of i' of Fruit
the the i Have .
We understand it is Mr. Marks' In- j, : the Lanier grove, which is just this : ,; ,. = 0... ,,:; : . .- .: .1, .
lentlon to open offices In this city and Klsslmmee Lumber Co. Been side of Baatlnger'; a. lighter loaded< r,' .f J Ij it '. i. . .. ; .' ," ,,1',.
Already ,
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I I make Klsslmmee his't' !" with rosin from the Cole still at Fort .a''n. .,:- g''r0'': ': : ,,,,. '. . j ," "-> ,.;';,,: \'., f.. ;. ". .
' though he..U'1..tll.t.aic1. \ his business. . I Gardner, and seven passengers-and '
," )Interest Iq Hanford./: : One of tbe at deaths that has Both the local packing.; houses opened left on Tuesday with- cargo of general oj : I..tI. '' 4

ever occurred In Klsslmmee was.that for business this week and are dal U.S.. DREDGE KISSIMMEE of Louis HarreUon on Wednesday afternoon receiving: oranaes and grapefruit. 'route. - .I..
at 3 o'clock, the ''of --an but the fruit. Is not up to the high qual On Tuesday night the Lillie came la aBOyS ai
accident. that morning at the mill of ity of that usually' shipped from this from Basiinger bringing .a barge load Men (
k 4' Is Expected: to Begin Work in a Few the Klsslmmee Lumber Co. .market. of grapefruit1 and fifteen passengers, dt
The dry kiln of thecompacy''l.closedby { A gentleman connected with one o''the and left. on her return trip Thursday //t. t 1r
, Days Dredging ,Out a door weighing a .ton and a halt, packing houses stated to a representative morning, carrying' a full cargo of gen -
m, and is hoisted by' a system of cables] o( this paper that the growers eral merchandise and a few passenger ,I. it.
poga CreeK.; attached to a weight assisted by' the were practicing same methods. *., ) ,- ,.-
'It. "r mew On Wednesday morning, as usual this year. they' have for the past five, The Roseada came 'loto- peri on I I
1J!: ; Captain K..ljfhHf the If..8. Dredge the manager ordered] some men, that of picking orange and grapefruitat Wednesday wlth'a small load of fruit . ( __ ..
least a month and left the jBatner.:afternooo-for: ,th .. .r '''' '' '''' ,
':f .. one of whom was >ulHarrelootjo! too early,. and- thatln : ( '' ... :
on-the.teamerLilllefconiIltok-- raise the door so that a car of lumber consequence all shippers were looking O.Berr)' gro..lor oranges and grapefruit 1 'I ,
IfDtlrb'creekwhere: be bas been Jiving could be placed 'therein.; 'On each occasion for. the low prices or last season to prey , returning the same night'. : : "" '
hi*, boat for, the past., six this 'Ws done\ 'thai foreman in all again very shortly.'. v._.. n Captain Clay. '.Johnson, iSr.,.stated ... 41' A'4\'of\ 4
., It being put out of oonunlMlonIn charge would caution the meD to keep 'Jn*, as long .. 'our' fruit growers that the" LUIle would go on her regU'lar .,. I '. ,. 'I!!tN.
March on account of low water from under the door when it was being persist in picking oranges and run between ihlk city" and Baista' .", '.. --.. "' ,' '
The Captain has come here for orders. hoisted, ... It was :possible for the ca grapefruit before It is ripe, in tbVhope ger, leaylrig this port every.Tuesday', ,: ..\ ., . .
"* and expects he will directed to bles to' break;;, and if a person was that they will get a, few cents more per I but hat It would take him, two week. .j' .. '.''. I.- '' : '';..,..".".,,
',&-take up the work: where be left' off In caught beneath It when falling deathor box Just that-long' will Florida fruit i to make connection wltti.that. day, as I .\ ;:
.,the spring,,now that there Is sufficient serious lajur"woulu" certainly re- hold a low place in the scale of excellence he was delayed two days In J.ay1nl'bere ; I .' ) ,. ." ?
-water" in the"creek for hls boat to go sult. Mr Lupfer;.the genera}. mana. and price,, when everyone knows on his" ."-tripThe Roseadafor < : .' . "" '
that Florida fruit the present will be kept In the localor : . l: f1 /
,, anywhere it may be necessary td properly Rgr'was! standing within three feet of when properly rlptSned ;
do tan work: *A new/ crew will the young man when the cable parted is. the best on the market. All.over tramp trade, going to any port. or . y, : y .___
A : ,haws to'be signed,' as hi'entire"force and the door fell; causing the sad acreldent the United States commission merchants landing along the route that business i ", .
was laid off when the. boat was placed but that at that p have requested shippers from Justified although It Is expected trade ( ,r ," ''\.
;i fit' ,out of oommlsslon. t'.aj ' moment be hid turned around rt1clll.'I'I this state to refuse to handle fruit un will| be- brisk enough .within_a' few r,_.... r- ", ...._.,......- t ....
i. Captain'' Knight\ speaks' very'..bone"fullyof. another man some orders;and when-be! tilit was 'In proper'copdition/ ;and week to warrant her being put backon : ., ..
y, 1 the' future. of that section heard the noise be Instantly .wheeled I more than five hundred growers of tbe her regular run. between this'pq rt : ';" ,
along lobe waterway' from here to Qkeechobee and was just ia time to eee Louis reel state met in convention this past summer and points .. tar south as Lake Okee-, ; f
-A*..d..t., and states that the pol tbtog backwardand the door fall across.his and resolved to lot their fruit stay obobee, leaving here each,Frid ay- '
.,' T;' necessary'to'make' thai'country the. face.7" % on the trees until It was ripe and not The the canals* there is plenty of ': 'Beautiful Patterns :aiid. Style I
;.r 'garden spot of Florida isa permanent Mrr'Ldpfer Ibeli called t the entire sell it for less than two dollars a box. water in and river but that .
"' .means ot .transportation.and, mill force to come at once,'and enough. but it evidently. has had,,little effect. Lake Klsslmmee. as yet has risen onlya ;' '
there are fully' thirty-five thousand. men got around the door to raise It A few more years of snob action andgrowing few inches although be expect that : : "
by .
boxes oranges and grapefruit to be main force. The young man was ten .grange In ''Florida will be lake will rise rapidly, from now on' I RJghHipto Now.:' : r

shipped out. of that section this sea- derly' Carried to the shade of a tree anything but a profitable Industry, He states t.berel. an unusually large! ,, "I' ... ; 1'
.son, to say' "nothing of'potatne., ,,and where he was made as .eomforable and when that time arrives' the growers crop of oranges and grapefruit along "" .. .'t''r'Jo ,!4, trry, I .,
i li.. other truck.-;. ' r. possible by his fellow workmen 80.1 I can charge themselves alone with the route, and the steamers will be .. ..'- ;\ ,, "." ---,-, S

:,' ? Mrs. Knight and the'.cblldreo spent Hicks was telephoned too once bringing such-conditions about., More kept.. constantly' tbe go to move it. ,-. ....".. .,. --;-; '-EJ.J': \ ., ..........- -. ,, -..............-.... i
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-- -.- susametaboard-tbe ,with-the orangesjTlll -be +shlppsd--fromthis .FlIbIDrbu'.phropeaed'up la the ; '' '
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wben-b&.rrlved.'hr'11'ODOUlioea 1"i. L' ; : : ;_ : _.
'. '.("Captain.-but-. 'opening of c school Louis' Injuries fatal,' and-..b. Doctor state this season than for' yean past lower lakes, and the small orefneeta 14+r t I' ---7--'I"'b--' .... '. .' .?,r',gFr', .1.. N-
__ .brought end to the-yoaoisatera' holiday was correct fOC'd.atb-reaultAcllD'a few aadlf.ogrgrower.would"use little to b4:treot busy hauling a.hlblf'P.1': ). 'f' ." '., -, . J, .'
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,, they returning on the same. .boat. hours' r No blame attached to Judgment and foresight good price ties or carrying stores to the numer- "., ''10'' .". .T...I , C1
", ;J a* Captain. Knight." -* I; ,, ana ti appears-to of..those would be. realized. but under presentconditions oui camps along the bloke and on the '. '. ." i. ,,.,. i'.f_: ),'" '" I .
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I 1 unfortunate accident that-occur without a"m.a", had..far better plant island in the lakesrAll of this com .. "'.(;....,....... '', : -'m'1.-"f... : . ,.....
: '!Cadtoo Kern"Killedt' warning and are never explained; his ground in potatoes and celery for biDed make tbts-town present the aptpseance ", ,. .', ;.- _' .'11 I "j" t. ".". '. '.\'-r," : .,t", .i4' \ . ,

'Carlton'Keen, a'well'.ko iwa citizen Louis 'was just) entering: m.D'*' .. It,.would. -" 'be; more' f.profitable.. i has stimulated of a good-slied business! : here seaport to a great, and '...: \ ... o\?, ".r /.
living Just beyond' Floyd' Smith&Co.'s t.te. and bid'fair', :to'become' : \. I f
: mac extent. / I I: : J'i'i: rI I
1turpentlae:: camps '.about tenx miles that would be a credit to-his', parents .. .County. Court.. .Jurors. . ''" '.. )' F
northeast of town, was thrown from and a pride to'the community, for he kept' }
.The wan
following '
4. "--' his horse lat..!Sunday afternoon receiving was upright and hones and a consistentChristian drawn/ ''furors have been Handsomely Books. .. .
s Iniurie. from which be died a being a. member of the the to serye at the October term of On Monday' we bad "tbe-'pleasure of 1 COME: ANCfsEE"-. V
"few hour later. ,.nr, ;KIY8re.o' this Baptist church. He-leaver-a fathers county 00141*. which convenes next. looking theibooksfonrtiOBt. .
." v.plaoe-wau-uii>mooedanddroveout.therearriving.about mother-sod-fonftti'otheiwaadilstere MoD4a-Cr&R."JenOD L F TllOlf,- assessorMr.Wno..- L. : ; : *
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... bis father being mUiat J Bronson, Oeo. W.. flatten, c.$. :
Jv: twenty miD",} employed In the L. Chandler. 3verstreet. and It has never been'our : :
.before the uofortiynale man died.' which the,aco dentpocmrced.. McPhattervG., Lewis Seaman John W. fortune to Inspect >a' handsomer ; '
,.Deoej.d leaves a; .widow" and"one I 'The funeral -Plaoe-yesterdey. SlngletaryJ :K. Lemson. more neatly kepi'set.>There j,. not a ..
V.Q'Vleek, W....iir.Yatess blot blemish of I -w .IJ' "
hlldtv morning at tf9-q oolc": I:;'> ,D. fit* Johnson ' or a : e slightest char .. .
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"h1= -- 1 ';''., acter from the first'' the, Ian 0.... LLp1 N N
Masons and Pytftfaas'IDvlted. j'.. ...:. .. -- and the-flgnres .and writing 'are ae ,.,. '
< The. local ,104....of Masons and Pythlaos I E symmetrical. though they were print ; -." A1!(
r have'extended: : cordial invitations ed. The le fortunate la .
; ATTENTION county baying ':f't. ,
Regut ..
.'. 9' to all sister lodges Florid_ toJbe nr meetfugortkq'iJol1i-"d ; a- mast of Mr. Oyerstreet' quallfloartoae ,,, .. .. ," I. "
present aU.b.1&nA'9f'! the'corner ;of Trade will )field-on. Ipriajt as_101'114 If h........ .. "
." ., ttiuw of the HighSchool 'building : be Tuesdny! iilglif j ti s; "October .s.,taxes: .with the sameaccuracy he I '" TH> :OUTFUTER. ; t h e
snd the Fraternity Hall on October if ieeM his books.' be. has no superior ; ; \' Y1 ,
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ad quits a nnmber,. especially from ., A.. .E.. >.DONEGAN. PresIdeHt.R. . IB the states : Co - ...,j, ....,."......' .. ; .,
:atfarbv towns; ban tgniaed their In- '. ;;-1.' t' IM "
"leDt1oQ- of .being present., and partlct.pttb .. :O.:.MEEK!.. Secretary.;. \ 1s.R 'ti'f.' : :..'Jt, Cranford,Tlos-presldeot of tbe ,}1 J" -- .",._. --<, , .. "
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r' I'' The private office, of! Chairman 1
-' By Members of ib I.asg.. '.1' Aaiaerl ,
c '.-. -' I Hitchcock' of tbe republican national
; ;' 'Advices 'from Arvonia:; Yf jinia, the .* headquarters at,, the- Metropolitan

,: ::;,'Fi.n f of Bulgaria Procjbiiq center of the slate- mining rncloq, s.v. When; Every''Social: Unit Begi Omaha, Neb.- The theme before ULeague Created B I, Tower la New York city' was looted

entyflremiles -west from cbmon < 4o : .Amerclan/ Municipalities, at:. ld.,. I andsnany'tapers carried away; Notes
jhicTependence ofHil Country Va4- nlcat...thal. the'etl&ena of \bo Fight Sat Dr.: Rick. Its 'closing session, was the llquo ''and memoranda are also missing.
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"i 't"'. -""" I _( i. comuoltyarearoused to a,state '. dreid and paple-ovei.* recont act* ancJ ISNOINHERlEiNFECTlOFhiUdelphU ) the D' SHORE of contributions
AYMEAN.VARWiTll TIME clUes No topic brought before theway o
'comnv (
threats .lawlessness
[ several citizen city officials received closer: altei known only. to the thief' and Mr. .
nlty. The,i receipt by
.. I tion. .Hitchcock., 'I
of letter. threatening muder' f,
.<". ...'_tlra Will Bec.1led annoymous and arson -nd 'theshooting tram Expert: Say," TK.I W..e One of the interesting(* addresses be- Cholera. ,Ia Ex-Senator, Pelllgrew told Mr. Bryan .

? ...:t. _ld.....vw.tIo .lBerlin. theft smbuaa-of WiM..Ore.ory..ubBtall. "E rue ar.Speci"'ly'c! .d' rare-the- ". ..was,that-et Mayor-W.. Parade Held" ,., that be had been offered 'lO.OOC by" : ,

'T ';; tlol land owner, have Intensified the. Dread R.. Joyner of Atlanta; who gave fit .' '. Yia. .therpubUcan.capalgDim.n&t-t., t : ; '"
0 By D .-
**** ten speephcs
feeling and-tear, urea from the court .
and re<
police .
II: --- '1 to that the republicans (
: reason
; London.; Pngl4b4.-ln the' .n lent Mrs. MarT Dougherty, aged' t 80, < f Washington "lJi uolt'ot orda,, and,. front) th< city:" treasuret0111cC '.! ; the' .brllliai I are ;ilev. 'Tom" Watson's
her D., C.- "
shut every '
capital ''of Ttrnovo tbs IndepeifUen New York City accidentally <:on *!'IlInc' tbe'ettect' of.' proh down on populist campaign. In reply, Mr.iV'atson '. >

_#;|(L t oLnulprJ..hai..beeD. .proclamedwi) 2-year-old baby,'Rose. up In a foldin-eceuj our.; society, Is. willing,..teel.ftde to do'' : ........They showedfalling IL gleaming, .J IE&aphedlat I an ;one' ..
-' th4 cKar of the Bulgarians as a l'uler, bedAveryalmtlarac1dflrt4.; that off of more than 50 per'eel ; -fcreera .hlp evei;
"''i{ In Chicago when Edward Ko: tho. 'day Is not far-distant when out I w-t0.
l' The czar tholJulfiarfans Is recc(' reft old -was acclden we will bave.wlped the dread diseas in the arrests tor dmultenness and 000 for- ten "speeches on' any 'j
lowskl, ten months bun
' nlced to mean more than ccar ot Dul. misdemeanors primarily auributabt04riItke4fleetbe.eeatblIehanent the subject that parson was more liberally.upplk.4 -'
.,, ; ninolhered to death in a 'toldi'bdl1 tuberculosis, off the face of the eartiT211xwutlto1nea5alBorl1bWgTv : "
"'i1"' "\ .rgarla-becau e-4t-lsy-erHils4nct| ."'4n
; tlon that he regards his country AI and covered with a blanket.. A shot by Dr. Lawrence Flick of prohibition. ; of golf and what 1 1le
Phl1adel'l thousands ei
having sovereignty,: over all tbe peo. time later his -mother -entered tbo pnla, oca of the must Mayor David 8. Rose of Mllwauke tho bay the ijjitsbnalU thinks otias, .a fat .1
pie of that iblood: In the near east. cal of followed, quoting figures to chow that nexercise 'stated at Wolsey
.M' room and found that the bed had bee men the country, at the' New I steamed slov /, was
f The ,questlon which has been aliI" closed.: She opened l It. to find her National Museum where the tuberc the number of arrests in Atlanta I at S. U., by t-ne candidate, who said he "
Hog'e whole of Europe more deep\ ly child smothered to death. .' oats exposition Is being held la coneclion I present exceeds those In Milwaukei3 e.I baa received aji Intimation that he

H., than'any similar,.questldn within tho Will Vails a farmer who lives neaItulevllle r with the International Coq.1 }\I: paid 'a glowing tribute to .the, 01derhuesa . where Dwey ought to/jcomc to South Dakota andcotavinceth'jeopie 1
y :i 'flemoi7-of .the'present generation I lB. and ihstantl Krens of Tuberculosis The meetli i of his own city. that he was not
doe. It ? From all the caitals fillsH.. shot After decided to meet next year 1 In: ten years .age above tho
mean war of timost. was in the Interest of labor, and w&o1 an aristocrat, or' was Peo'pie.
Come report. Indicating that It killed. Dr. J. M. Taylor of Hulovllle., one one of a series to be .given. 'the) Montreal: und electing officers, the of. 1/e Raid that his friends were '1

,, means -first of all., another iCuropeccongress ) prominent men speakers were Dr. Flick, ..John MitcH.I'' League of American% Munlclpalltios'aclJourned .' the corta fi'I that It he would HO to South .
of the signers ot the treat< .' Edward! Moot of Weather fiel4. Vert.. ell. former president of the Unite KM annual convention.' Montreal launches b Dakota and enow tho people -of that !

of Berlin to consider tbe sltuatlou and mont proved himself the world' Mine Workers of America; ,. Samuel I won- the next
probably. to revise the treaty.' champion, wood chopper when in the Qompcrs, president or' the, :.Americafederation Milwaukee the final vote being 18 to navy, HOUIK whli appearance that they would get over ;'
- .prom 4hQ Urltlnh;! standpoint Presence! df railroad magnates, lumber' ( of Labor, ancl'otbers. I 17. with Impression that there won any

baa .buen a surprise bo.. kings and millionaire New: Yoiker. "Tuberculosis la "peculiarly a daze . Silas-Cook mayor of East St. LouIs, other noise, tbe thing .abbuf him that 'resembled a 1
1 cause for the first time In years. tbo he chopped down live cords of wooi .' of. the1 wage-earner." said Dr. I I1K, was elected president, and Job be : felt Itself with apparent! hat- had ntandln trees spll McVicar of UesMolnes, Jo-wa wa tl .a nagnif \ude. .
for the 'very
government Flick "and' this.i, eo slow when a ked the question, 'f ,
length's and plied
, an, understanding wlthFranco and hem Into stove between suta /?rood reason that ono "Of the strongei I chosen s 'tretary' IV J. Dti movo Ion, said TaC. tariff revision Ihoul #

( Russia and, complete friendship wllb them Into regular piles and i>redisposlngcauses ot th -,disease i I. vant of Savannah, Ga., was elected i a enthusiast. .generally belevod but upward . \
'Italy to- be In a poslUon where .It flue and sunset and with an hour jverwork 'It Is an exceedingly fat. vice president, and T. J. McCarth; In biB Dakota speeches .1
thi tha to
thousands pottery.
dominated Kuropeun i IlOlItiClI resTIng .' j a -half to paro.feat At several the end tbousandottars of < and prevalent disease among .rDr. agfarriers. < of Charleston; S. C.; was named as i a vantage Aa as he dealt with the various lasuesrxcept \
out ot-tbls consideration; the i al'i unprecedented trustee. '
most. open enmity between itself,.an'Germany. I was paid .Maxwell Everts whiad < Flick out that the ",a-I ( line past Coi guaranty of bank deposits.
.?' .' with tbe< QOVtRN.MtNT BUYS SILVER. dth has offered th*
-- -- -- --barked Moot's powers / re William J. l ryan
likely -
IntJ: ;;' of Eu. ax. ion why the wage-earner Is so I Ito progres mascot niuloiproHentod, him by the
Probably history r
l In
never contract tuberculosis Is .because: i
Will Amount to : Ounces )a made In sir of Minnesota as '
amazlni of of volnntary ; 125,000 Agricultural Society
_i rope has politics taken such After a quarter a century Instances he Is overworked I be
ly kaleidoscopic reoluLlonll.aadurlng l exile In the Sooth seas, Thomsa oils many In unsanitary workshops 'and ot.I I Week-Demand for Coin. as the las a prize 10 Ihe county showing the ''

the past week. An (entangling attn Fleming, the original of Steven. entlmes he Js underfed, which cause Washington, D. C.-Director of thj for safely the pas don- largest percentage of increase in the .
when the slgnatrorle. .on's character "The Wild Scotchman i vota Tor the democratic electors over
tlon will' coma Us powers of resistance to be less' Mint Leach has announced that he tbl,
?T of the llerlln treaty meet to (conslde I I ," nrrlved In San Francisco, Cal. ible to throw off -aji implantation of" would resume -tinmed lately' |the purcha I and the"in bay, the average vote for electors In the

'what action bhall be taken regard on the schooner Aerolus, and arrayed he tubercle bacilli. 'If the wage-ean :! e of line silver for subvldar: 'up last three campaigns. t i.

i ,f the violation of the treaty. In garments of a fashion scarcely eve: er' gets the Implantation Dr. Flick : coinage. lie states that be expects; > to ( and'al Chairman Hitchcock of the republl- t"{

Oreat Britain has nerved notice tba IIIf't'n before has proceeded get acquulnted laid,,it l IB almost certain to result fa: purchase about 125T)00) ounces each I, ,after the (las can committal rvfuued to alter, fig- j

...: it does 'not: recognize tbe right of th<:, I with eluctrlc cars' and .otbeiev.ldencea ally. ".* *' week for an Indefinite period. As the ship: tires on Taft pluralities In western .

parties to this treaty to violate It>> I of ah advancing clvlllzalion. He refuted the thod1'y'ot Infectlo! Director Loach said he was confident rallltar stale, but said they were very con- ?

provisions Without consulting the oil I Fle'mlnjr Is a trading agent aArue from' Inheritance, saying that unlehe .. purchases would be made at ; Beralve. He declared every eastern
a 'Ire.
diplomats know tha Island; one of the Marshal Is acnltted demand for Taft. Chairman
era but English tuberculosis mlcro-orgrnnlsru long as there was an active ) 'the : go
.f ., the conference will resolve Itself Inlo group located one hundred and lift: into our 'bodies It la not )POSt\- To* the coin. The mint now has 01 and grleLngR men Mack of the democratic commute l

1 ) a scramble: among tha powers to get miles from tbe nearest white neigh "le for one to become Infected. Tbe : band only about five million ounces i Sperry and claims practically .the same thing,

L t what Is. termed In European politic: bort| Od. He made the acquaintance need of establishment of hospital of fine\ 'silver and this supply would while Mr. IK-arat of the Independence

r* "compensating advantages" wbicl Jpllobert Louis Stevenson, years age and Eanatorlums for the care of coiaglouR : soon bo enhaiiHtefl ft\. the present rat< party claims New York and Georgia ,,0
: = Austria, backedby Germany, has til- when the author visited the luJnnrt and non-contagiuua -C UIIUUV"IIvell of demand. For several months prlol witnellllo. for his candidates and-Thomas WatHon. -

T-i, . '.ready obtained. /''. Fleming has anounced his determlna was emphasized. to the late financial stringency th< a largi hil populist candidate for president, .

':...... r' The- chances ot" war b lwecpxlJularia Ion to return when he .shall have John Mitchell who presided enumerated demand for subBidary coins was sc ( r he raid bill! altto &'h.lw. Georgia. .

IL""' ( and Turkey are being nrfnlmUee tired I of sightseeing saying: "Perhapi some of the obstacles to great- i active all to necessitate the operattoruf and Observing at Mlt'hpl. South 'Dko

'r ''' by Great Britain aud France, who are< he life out there is lonely, but some be ar proirr) "*t"* 1" *b<> promotion or h.'nltl he( mints to their full capacity, the sailors li ta, that tlii windows( J
', ,working together andxwh" have ad io'"- It gets Into a uian'B blood and and the eradication of dlse-ase and but the demand fell off until Inert. parade, ai houses wer .Ia'.ard.I with lithographs -

_.i::.._ ".."* vised Turkey agaimtHl.. Turkey how "tfi y" there." aid! It was due to the attitude of was an accumulation In the treasur, not allowed of hlniBolf, Mr. llryan. In the

.eTer.. Is app eait1S disposed to follow Wrapped In the tantacleS of a giant many employers of labor whom he ae. In April last of about 327.000.000 In of. tht course of his remarks there urgedthe

: '. 4 thts adY1c* and It I. .believed I that I If evil Oxh. Martin' Lund a diver :lured, resisted tbe enactment of la..s sUndard dollars ana 326,1)00,000 Irlubsidary In the city. people lo'renlove them and hang

,nasty action on and part of Turkey ought tor his life In the hold of tht for the prevention of accidents and coins. Early In the summei up In their stead plctuies of Mr. Taft, .

can be prevented .Bulgaria will have wrecked steamer Pomona which Ilea be promotion of health. the call for silver dollars hecam". who was to speak In --that town the

bc difficulty in finding .excuse to ben nJhlrty feet of water In Fort Ross: Samuel Gompers paid a tribute toDr. more Active and soon the supply was next day. and thus "show him tho ,

[ war. :ove, off the California -Tht Robert Koch the German sclen1st. practically exhausted. Attention was Want. to G Ha me courtesy that you have shown
'; The action of Prince Ferdinand ii. devil Ash had evidently entered the'essel's . He declared that Dr. Koch will hen directed to the halves and othe:' me." He said he look i for grantedthatthe

-, proclaiming the Independence of Buikarla hold luring the night and live In thejnemory of man when .thai. lubsidary 'coins with the result that Cour break cpjuullroent paid him was not

is condemned alike by the got "nod was at work some time before who Jail to appreciate his discover low there Is only $2T,1OO.OOO: avail between, a personal one, 4>nt that It was due to .

[eminent and press of Europe. but irt be became aware of Its appearance., of t the tubercle baclllun or those who ible, notwithstanding the fart that In ambas' the fact that he was a candidate for ..

some quarters this Is considered .. A giant tentacle four Inches' dlamit lall to follow his precepts, are ..forgot'ten. September $634,000 In silver subsllary Henry ,WhIt the highest office in The glft-'f ..the

.matterof minor Importauc so'lons it r, first gripped one. leg. Baton Hd' ec1ared that the unionsworkng was coined and added to thn' Is rumor people. "Mr. Taf is a candidate for '
1- " as tt does not eventually end In war und could realize what had happen: man wait less susceptible\ tubei tock on hand. Mr. Leach expects a here. lie same .mCf'. he 1&ld. "and one i

:compared; with the threatened an: -d.. another squirmed out of the dark abuts. Infection than the non- nlol1 .Hill stronger! demand when the cot, I'C ii*, i-cpol of us will pk'td. As no ona can

nexatlon of the provinces of Bosniaand'HeregovlnahyAustriaHungary. iesS, and twined about his neck. lap,-...because! the unlott shops are su'perlor !on-x-rop buglns to move and the do- covetous eye: tell yet.vtti! certainty, which l wIll

. lunging sndaenTyT6wsrd Turdrovehe In sanitary appliances'To othenops. r talon to purchase more sliver Is In and It Is-aVi be fleeted you had better tack up 1

-.. -fReporU from Belgrade Indicate thai. knife with all his force Into the The death rat from oonsump, mtlcipatkmofthls! ,_'demand._ ._ has long want both alike If you would be on the safe
. 'Servla has Imoa aroused to the danger head. repeating the blows until he had tI.on among non-union men Is 100 percent to round out Bide." .

point_bands ,of Servians marching lashed it lulo sections Lund then cut greater than among union men HOME iuYAGEorrHE FLEET. Reid however, John W. Kern,' democratic' cndA

,.:-' the streets of Belgrade and shouting ilmself free, and was brought to the be said. -- - post IndeB, date for vice president and Ja .
than, an FrederIck of the.Battleships
for-waf-with-Jkustria-ratuer urface In a falnttng-condlUon. -Statistics were presented hy Returning Itinerary -'lel'-- Sherman; -republican- "-candidate( -for- l

_1 nexatlon. Turkey refuses to recog- More than three thousand Indiana I... Hoffman showing that thi '1. Announced. the incoming vice president met In Chicago Mr.

hit* Bulgaria's ,Independence." nf the Kiowa, Comanche, Apache and umber; of deaths from consumption Intbla Washington D. (J.-The itinerary ofthe rlca' and thai kern was standing In-the lobby of the
;i --- REPORT fflllated tribes assembled at the toot amonI.the 32.000.OOO, wage .earners' return home from Manila of the uidttorlum annex when a'

CENSUS BUREAU COTTON of Mount Scott near Lawton; Okla., country Is 77.000.1WILORUMOg. + lattleshlp fleet has: been announced attbe ''ushed 'Up 4nd'ask to

for' a great Inter-tribal council arulDC navy department; The fleet IIIleave j OrTlCES.. with "the 'i-
Ginned toSeptenvher AT AMOY. bYBtander''i
.i Number of Bales : the annual payment of lease rnony < Manila on December' 1, arrive attolombo tainly/VwIlh pleasure".

29Was 2,062,688. to those Indians who have their "That the Am.ri 'Washington,., D. C.--The' cen'sus bureau inds"leased for farming. The Indians It: Was Would Sell -That Port. ilaya and then depart for Suez\, which Killed. >otter shake hands, with : .

report on cotton ginning shows received from 31,300 to 3100 each according -Local agitators havebeen It t is scheduled to .reach, on January by the >verthere-that one with the side
ltL82,688 bales counting-round as half to the-amount of land leased., china. report to the effect fttt h. als8tbr whiskers. That's Mr. Sherman.":.The JjA
bales.'ginned from the growth of .1008\ The"Bupreme .cpurt declared uncontltutlonal the American"" battleship\ fleet The ship will pass through the canal due to the stranger did as suggested, and then .
to September 25; compared with 1. eight-hour th ifit Said tbo Turkish Sherman and Mr. Kern
, the .Wisconsin, whlcb will visit this port the end of and coal at Port as expedilously Vfr. Iega
682,603' for\ X907;' 2.057,283 for 1908 railroad telegraphers' law which was to seize Amoy as 'Bbase 'as possible. They are to spend t the ferry toying towar each other and presently
Oct ber. poses
-- and 2,355,716 for 1906. Number of active tented at the 1907 session of the hsgilature. of operations put in a tforthcomlnsar : tbe' month of January and a few days post, a mob sineWy hand of the

:c- . ginneries this year ls 93.650. compared The la .wls .declared uncon- Japan. The people toecamoarmed1 e arly In February In the Medlterra- upon the lecond man on democratic. ticket .
,, with 18,111 for 1907 20.416 for tltutloaal on the theory that It is In against and began leaving the city, nean. two or three vessels going each company,,the was' grasped In the plump one of his

,i 1904 and 211,38. for 1905' Round bales, onfllct with the provisions of Ute fed. [ to prevent a general exodus oftbe to Vllle Tranche, Marseilles, Genoa, and burne epublican opponent. They smle

Including this year. are 65,018, compared 'ual constitution. hen. the municipal author. leghorn Malta, Algiers Athens, .Na.pIes The genially, exchanged J.
with 43,367 for 1907; 66,502 for Four men were- arrested In Cleve- population proclamation forbidding Negro bay and Gibraltar 'thewhole cpmpany were tbe drop In the temperature and other'
and 74,816 for .1905. Sea island Itle. a latter place ommonplaces, and then departed lot, f
1906 lanel, O:,. for converting horse nosh people going Into the Interior tp take. fleet leaving the : *
11.lThtor1908;. 4.259for 1907 2,68 Into Jatt age andjreJllngJLhe ,productL ebruary 6, being scheduled to ar- persons catch: their trains : "J
- 11.963.for 1>>06. ; hV)" baggage--Wlth..JJiem.--------- February -, -Presidentf'
for J908 tor 'free lunch countrsBociety Two cr vein { 'ljnlled'-gtat" feryt .1r- 1lyS' rloosevelt's

-: ,. By states the number' of bales In Atlanta.-'Qa.., Is great1 .id given 1.500 blows each. 2nd. _._ _ re said he was
,i (counting round as halt bales and active roused.over the elopement of'Sllvey '. rilling to make public his4898. ,ndI J

ginneries respectively' .,for 1908 *17-year-old daughter of Mj1. ..nlSMrs. QUARANTINE 18.RAISED.xaa BEAR CHARGES CROWD. of I less than $100.000 if the president > I Iwould'
and '
(I 'r follows: Alabama, 207,508tales Speer,' and heir to a make public Mark Hann. .. '
William A. '
'''' 4 ginneries; 'Arkansas. 85.827. With Cu- ...ks :From Cage' I In (Pleasure Park Floods. of that "
: 2.911 : rtune of abouX $7 .OOO. with Russell Now .Open..to_Tr und year. .
'. ( bales'and ;1.490, ginneries; Florida, J. Thomas her father's chauffeur. The ban Port. Kills Baby. Governor Haskell of Oklahoma In' :'

610,290 tales, and 8,875 ginneries; couple were married and .started. Imlediately Austin. Texaa. -rThe state health dft- Tuscon' Ariz.-A tragedy was enact. ; divert a por- letter to President Roosevelt '

,'i,' ''Kentucky !111 ,bale. and 1 ginnery; for, the,.east. At Charlotte trtment. through Acting State Health ed near here, when an Immense black to Mobie Mother,ccases- him of enlarging on a mdne' sH
'" Louisiana, tl JOT ,bales and 1.262 gin arrested and brought: omcer J. H.. Florence ha. raised the b'.r escaped from .a Cage and charg- > I article while attacking HasRel1
N. C., they were
neries;' Missouri '4.181 bales and 47 which ha ed upon''a throng, visitors. The '
; of Delllny- ;
i. balesand back to Atlanta. The.Bpeers are now ,sllow fever quarantine and challenged him to publishthe..Inverlor
'Ci: g1nner1eaMisstseIppi 198. 483. to have the/marriage-- been I In. effect ,against: Havana, and .anlmal. which had beenaIBed.ln'cap.- the idea ': department record to 'UbBlal1t.' '
Uem-ptlng ,
;' t, 2.628'glnn.tIe.; Nortb, Carolina", and that a reconciliation other points In: Cuba for some time Uvlty, had been, In the habit ot being; the water I. ate his claim that be did
"' uled. say ,
4 89.198 bales and 1,812" ginneries; possible The bride Is beautlil put., and passengers' from Havana dvelJ soda pop at the bar and when adds:. "Thus the Standard- company...Haskell\

North Csrqlina$9,198balea and 1.812 ,and talented young anUs well known InS and otbel''Cuban ports will toe allow-, It, escaped* It wont there. When It was the great rlv- I lso'appeals -to'-Oklahomans for funds .
01" 1glnnerlesrt8outh Carolina- -288.927 I *'here'withit. driven out-by- attendants\ ;; the; anImal waterway, :
t ; society: set.- Thomas il..ald < ed I to leave Cuba'aiid com to I fight Crporate OppreeitOzV; .' "
bales and 4,699 ginneries;. Tennessee younger of unusual detention. This action was based charged the cro-vcd. The bear.natched :
,28428, bales.. and 419 ginneries; Texas; to be a young Ills man'friend., many message received from tV? auI"aeon the year-old Infant of Mrs: lurpose. Both political parUea'haTe.complet.;:
: on ed I for a 'Y"i
popularity among plans i
J261.825 balee and 8,7<>4 'ginneries.ThedIstrIbUtiOU .--cotton of C whom "(xpress surprise .that the general of ti lie> marine hospital BUlih Lair from a go-cart and crushed from' New lew York befbre the ,close otthet'rnpalgn : ,
' .
of Sea before .its mother'seyes. ,
( to the match.homas irvlce conveyingthe Information thattbe It .to death short- .
should object b -4
( a( for 1908 by states is* orlda. 6091 ,- BlJeers had been In the employ of the. government bad raised the em.bargo 'rbe bystanders: opened afusllade and ; ';
'. Georgia 6.818 South Carolina, lied the bear-Itb a score of bulleta. '
-- ; ' ; peer family for two years.: existing at Havana. Democratic State Chairman' Con :

J'lo.. : : / ; ; ot New York'baal.saed a list of '',
ws.hlagt.s; All Becords Dmken. namell and figures purporting to show; ; '
"CASTKO, 1US Letters to England., Ireland, Brighton Beach Race Track.- All te Commerce Comml.alon Adjourns cbtton crop hat Governor Hughes was electedby >;!
Intent of "
Has and: Wales now need only twomt itomohlle records were'smashed toatoma'Sn department tbe ese of tainted money two 'yeamgo.
Holland's Not.
For Thst' BssnUnansw.r.d.Rsasorf: postage stamps ..Instead of IatsThIs the 2t-hour.race: at Brightonacbwheir -After Hearing Arguments' theaverage- . Republican State 'Chairmanoodruft : 1

_,j____ ) (\ rste-hsj LCfl.T5M upon : .g50'barae- txwwBlmt- Wants, Oa,-Tte-taking: ;of tesUmo rop .on,.Sep- / replied -Withflgures auortig -. .
,. -; Cai>c.a7Weneiuela.\ ;;;';'President Cas; between the governments asthe best plexCOar.coered the .astonishing. ny by the Interstate commerce com- cent of a nor that of the democrgtic.lndeea'neeJeagnecampaigtt :

rv'Jfi troy returned to Caracas a few dan lDeiLlot.. -promollDr"COtDmerela1friendly '1Iestlnslbct'prwyloua -' ssIouIDn1nestigatJof.e.atjt :'.on August fundgwoun"
( 1.1Trml1ew; '
o '
(, MO cutting abort his stay at Barqul.clmeto the UnH 4tales tance Loiler > 2& -90f $ W. Hearst gave
,: r > otsaccount of ill h alth. For relations,betw n 'record 70 mile. The Ivances. In freight rates from west 31.U20.1. R .
; Brltatn;: had, de.per- 190. j.: "
and Great car ancl'the'"Tbomaa car- & ( ..rA-.lo..aouuieutern has been oyr
points 155,000.
sick '
; was a very r average
f.JLiMmv tberpresldent ye
the .. second place the Lo.IT -
and ,'Consultations physicians Via confidently expected .1'departmllnf t.:> battle for included. "" by states . well r.checllnWn. 'r'l
.. t : man that unless some nnfor- car winning out.' covering! 1.115. submitted esota. speaking
", were held.daily. Rig condition Is Im- miles. Briefs are to toe by th3 6L6; North go'becaUse '
.cafr'ii 1.115 welow.
,.: '\ *rovlng" now, but, as yet he. .has not & contingency; developsthe yellow the 1DI1e. to the;Thomas implatnants on November 25, andthe Carolina;' Indorsed 'f
feyer quarantine maintained by When an aged woman -
his attention to Hot1nd'i ,;" and 71 Flor
1up1 oeen able to give Miners Killed. railroads by December 10. An- ; .
service against seral Three one of his statements be gallantly re-
,.Iii'; : lt' second note which Uaron Seck. rifle hospital in Cuba will be raised era of the fortner must be on .;. 70 and 68;' >rred to her as probably the head.offamily i:
i ondorff the German minister presented provinces with Birmingham. .A.Ja.-A gas explosion December 20, when the commlson -.. ; Louisiana, 65 Laughter
meeting of sturdy son.
short time. Beside. ; a t.
last. Id I a tn"Jefferaotf 64 Arkansas
to.him on Friday opposition from the Cu- In ,mine B 1 at:BlossbuTtT Iltnam&--dt.-.fos-b.arthgar! ; convinced him that he had made
belief S.'held here .that Presl- determined: deaths of three A final de- 78 and 741 able i
!. i The. resulted,In the iment In Washington T
has proved Tex.lous count). he was told the woman .
the quarantine
''iIan., .
-dei4Castrowi1Lflotjiel&oJh Dutch thB-TlinBrlcan- 1I0'W"-tD mI Inert.Theeoal mlpe. -long..1Q.the>> clilion before early Oklahoma. c pn\l mwf I
than do this To <
and that rather 'mare. -I
demand., In' the coming year -
C ba. mne. XX>a} Comp.I1Y.'rII ,
\ e., wouldfight;: i President Roosevelt has dropp4 ',

l'ealIthe patients-at' the children's ti1 ek3 Own Record. .NAMED OEOROE WASHINGTON.irmari Abolished.' tb i ,, Mr, BJan
:% nils BOLL yam n Ar ispltal. Washington; D. C., have 'cntrovrllY."Itb '
facts hare, ievr. -
It: aI4
of sclicey France.-Wt1au Wrlght/ Steamship ComparTy Honon. ,'conse uenc. i
{ Interest -
tr-- Z : to l4Po.: ,laocvlated,In the UVUMU ,, been 'published before, that "Mrs ,, ; "be-. y humanIty with the. deadly ihe American aeropla.n1l1t-who holdstht America's! FlnstPres1d.stlerHn I Grover' CIne 'Jennings _Bryan .-before'' sh-j_ .'t

1 . .:::istroyllthe3p.s, !., L! 1 gerDl.:of-tooth" human; ; and bovine being tnirculosls 'world's record for an aeroplane Oe'ran-Tb.1arg .t Qer- : counsel ,the ,WOl,Mrs. Bryan-was once zpelK >. y.i
,! The experimenv ,," Presl-- '
"): iiousujn.u > .- TV'""'" x.e., a.iii.r Interest bdelegates 1I1iM. has established another "orld'srecord man steamship ever built; which will ,eel I. from .choi on account of-taking;
gro; haa-perfected, machine which ,ktched with:to the the'keenest Tuberculosis con-, for 'tinjej-aBd
'*he clalTnswft1destroy.bO1lwesila., lbe .. :, -With a French' journalist irmaif"naOonT7I nkOW elng"-con; ba'm8 reMrifljibwgA'tbjff'kttendlngkeom1flb'T'reabyteiIan' 3
1)),, children all charity paues:&er ;
'm.. The pa. .
,- ,&
a. simple box consistfc.Llnr 111.t air tad ,and when It Is launched academy" in
i. The -h < remained e rue at
f" *, ente./were alre.a')> affected 'WUJ1: I. by his ilde.- In
/' prlmArtly of a round bo. made ot $7s.cond. circling Dremen on October It will b Dmbe. It was whfi.Mrflyyis.'u4'sm: '
and I
,: lclple., tuberculosis. t t.o the expert- for 65 minutes nam. IWnol. ,
"/.imela1 *"4 having; tout protruding! m.nt4cetor..can ip no sense belOII.ldend th. .fielditwenty-four tlmea and cov..rlD& eel, George 1Wuhlncof* : &oz. *Hr I i .;at.Illinois college. In ,J.-. Jt'8nIUe.

p .'ttl&beL'r.'Wtt.h1. *. :\. -T .-?=?; .* jphurnan.jAde1egaUonf, adlatancejBitlmat. d_>tj68 kl1me..n. DD'ld' 'the new' counsel and+ .;Bhe'.was later reinstated.';
., <;,.- ,' ttie' cuterr.c.ptssl.lis batf. &.doxen of the most distinguished / or about.a8i nll a.J- =. _',: -Americ''Oanr.h. ; and ;4Tr' .id became.nledlctr.1 of-.berclU'ld

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the scerte'i five ''people never';'beheld) {Household "'' k*M
by Daphne saVe amid the Rembrandt ,,
A BLUESTOCKING like effects of this one midsummer .l :

; I very nlght,Isolation

t and-blood; personalities from the canvas ria1Motue on a Small Scale' dangerous malady f"M

Lady of her Lydla memory.Jornlnghsm.forever., first.-a tine good A barbecue camp dish on a Lay small the scale ribs ,of ls '''a a. :,I btftyou! don need to .

:: :: .
FR MA CER R AL TY [Irishwoman dressed like a child of.' beep on agrillabrudb; over., using a
/fourteen despite '
pretty Irregularityof '
feature- through, her excess ot unltuatlon swab of clean.cloth tjed'on the end. '..tie d sock around e>t ,v

of a sUCk, with a mixture of melted
. her black fringed.. Iron grn>
:! .' butter and vinegar, whipping a halt dour >ryeckto r cure iXBALLARD'S
"1- _.. ._ ______.__..__..____ eyes; a tiny witch of a woman uttering : ,
..___........._.._._.__..__ .._.__ AAAAA cup softened butter with Quarter _
.r' .:1I! -mell. jn a tine west couutrwbrogue
'. -- 'whatever' cup.-vinegarvntll'frothy 'Ifkesalad
sense nonsenseitlsmostly
/' By'' Miss ANNIE' EDWARDS": or dressing. Season ,(.ell'with salt pepper
nonsense-may chance to .
....; and mustard. As the meat broil
her wild Hibernian held
""Jesa ,will do enter on' the gridiron or grill keep satnrat-
Marie! nothing of the : .
,.CIIAI' .'EIt ,S. Next:; Mrs. de Mauley' Lady Lydl.-r: *. SNOW ;
InK with the dressing When done It, .
Heverne M
kind says 'young quickly. + '
.: dearest (momentary friend, a wlrlo.r
*- , ""Dinner parties on board yachts ieverco'ine .will be deliciously seasoned, New
h bland .t
iad'blond D- '
1.,:..-- Mlse-Theodora Is thrown' Into a per. to an end at 'f ny" stated hour.: hostess'and ten times ycarroldeninTher dun- York Telegram ""V;- I
If : .feet flutter of surprise and agltationj nfaearlugoftbe On board the Liberia, t should say. lerou.-t1.o --, I
some designing creature '
.udden-etroke..of-good- (lmv novjr end.ata11,"' -- Wild D'oclr. -
-'n iTlfl
who -.eeording-4o-GlementlnaIla: Curovthat tl>rofttlnBhort order._
/ _
fortune that bas befallen' Daphne.. '' "And t am to stay there for,the re'' "astle.would conduct: Mr. Broughtou) \ All ..of' ' j. kind 'Ballard'Snow Liniment penetrates the;pores,' promo .

Ate Invltatjpn to ;dine! on board a mal der of m7 nllt'Jial.llfo? Tbankar"Yow to Jail In a fortnight did she wed him. should be served rare, so that the Ins free circulation, gtvin the muscles more eloa Uoity t ,
yacht-a large'atesm yacht; too-:Mil* are to stay there until'you And' ; blood will the knife. e '
tben. the, budding noell.tttJo follow Fewfof 1
tee Andre, shipping his.pot a toes'at tIle, have had enough of ,SPRAINS DiwiScs
entertainment. ,
'''rlt1nawomlln: In search of mate inld!' them require staffing or' much season-1: U RO oCt7s ,
new.barbor saw the. Liberia enter the or of your entertainers, or both.' After An emancipated sisterof, twenty-nine, Inc The redhead Is belt stuffed with' sl s, > r.joirrs,
( roads"', and has, already brought tollpardeulars'of that I shall walk" back with you to with a cavalier hat worn distinctly celery to' bring oat its ..flavorthe: BURNS ANtTAU PAINS.
-I er rig and touiurfio to Flef-de-la-Retne. .It 'lies directly botween n V
e'en.tor, the days we live lnr over one mallard also needs celery and Just a'
.Quernac. Quite impossible to say a bat the harbor sad my hotel." ear. with a rakish-looking double eyeglass ': ''suspicion; onions while, any duck: GAVE .

.. .an Introduction of tUp kind .u, uy lead "Three'Rnglleh miles out of your ,a can and-or;:.,so Daphne havinga. strong fishy 'odor should Henry.Steno Provo,INaULiFP.
: BiUlard'i.ijteftapon
to. calculate It
which way"You
road, will: I '
be parboiled before then
dreams palpable odor of Ilavsha roasting Snow 001; for '
-- %" ItI1ult 'no far- as tntrodueUonsgo "-i never calculater bou't;":uiatters of : smoke clinging to her gentlemanlyyaohUny hare an onion or (two roasted in !it to. iUppIloaUon vo me Instant\Uet. '11 can rooom-
{. ny.s Theodora, "I entertain" neeM'llIr,'. :\:.cnesrer, it w ju.iposiJile end It a being tho bent : '
jacket and start clipped, help; in removing the odor. Canvasbacks liniment. I he." ver laid 111 ow1I1C- ,
.manner of doubt (hut our papa was oil for you 16 return borne at mld'lirgh'f.oirtBteivwlth. geiiUeiuanJy.; hair. should neither be washed nor pain. 0AU0eCl1rom.1je1lralgt&, eto." s

terms of Intimacy with the Joi-ninS1"' ; ) no better protection -' H .stuffed. Wipe with a damp cloth, RICB 2sc "'
:. .. ham family ,1 recollect, an-though. ,It than Jean MarleV-: 80!! far tbd ladled ot the groupwell SOc AND, $1, .
dust with Inside
11) ? of lightly salt andpepper, -
Jn -
supplemented. matter picturesnui'iiess.
hearing.blm-speak'of '' '
were, yesterday, But Mrs. Chester is obdurate. JvaaMsrie '
and and
out. spread thickly outside -
them-.Jorningham, I Blenttln. by ")Iun anti the'Arab.: '" The .t
was It, or .1Inll.awl'Ilt her the liarbor '
on ; .
with elite oil or melted butter.Dust Ballard Snow Liniment
; foi'.u Is In suit wlthrrxul.ttlon Co.
>er a rough pilot
at of the
IIOp7 name, all clcentei '
some Jean Marie nloue.shsll 'oHcprther! bark buttons weather-tanned the.surface lightly with| flour,, ... .
kind-and !In his youfh" there was a to Quernae, be the hour of the+n!;bt or. : a '' and put into -Intensely hot oven KXK5Q2 North 'Second Street '
end ? : ;
rod-bearded of or eight
question even of bis marrying one ot morning wh.i. It man Mevyu .
mar. Eighteen twenty minutes at the "
the daughters oI ; just thirty: ( l'jlllrjIy\, )hU Christian name or ST. LOUIS .- .
IIJuJ.&cow.)) ; ; The least vain. ofvvotuen..' the least most suffices 'for -their- roasting.. MISSOURI:
to complete the cii'alu of coincidences, and jutrally-x-r ZHrd'edwIth. &< fetch-
arrogant nd to-tlie power of her'own Smaller duck. like teal pigeon etc.;
,we must look up Lady Lydia charms, Daphne at heart Is a very I aud: -curry kind of affection by everyone will be sufficiently\ cooked In fifteen .ri
"- .
Qua of'I'boodora'llIudttllrt'lI harni"'lens woman still and the experience of tilt 'oil boil i-d. minutes. Toasted 'bomlny and black Sold and Recommended"bY '
extravagances: In an aniruul sCll- ? I Till Ariib Is sallow and sotc'mn, wears :: ? s.
lust few lionrn make her shrink from
currant the '
;:'",1.- ling Peerage; a. vqjiime) -you would the! proiipppt of n lonely starlit walk 100s".11111111/' : uiu-mcnts; "a epee-silk of jelly-are'wild; duck.proper Washington.concomitants -: For Sale at. ROB.R5. 'S :DRUQ; STORE. ti

think not much In request itt Kief-de- with Severne. Ills tnnnuer. after three,) ,hll':, yellow leather shoes, attar1 of Star. .
la-ltelne and yet from whom! columnsof roses and a Inigo'nlguct ring. It '
of meeting | '
years' separation
thickly strewn dates, capitals and Hardcastle, bin looks Ills voice n thousand ae(10g. to l>ui>hne As,'" though xhv must (KISSIMMEETEAMBn 1 "

_'" abbreviation* Theodora"! manages/ to of 'the little nothings which -to I hnvi beheld film lif. souiu long-past. Sunday Night Salad.
important i sleepy whlt- r eveniuif! when, pillowed! A tasty Sunday night salad was
feminine Insight are tU > most -
In Aunt IlOKic's arms she used to hear Improvised the other day when un-
things In life, have awakened her 2
humau creatures we cling, of necessity' to a possibility of which 'uutll to-day, weird Btorlen! of musicians trlllIugult'n'lnntll expected guests dropped in and the EIVEitEOU;

;g 40 Home Ideal of happiness: Minn Theo she never drea.,....<1. II and genii freely I rendered larder wasnot exactly bare but ta>s R'
.'. '-iloru'g Ideal) to the lant' will be a familiarly ; from tliu "Arabian Nights' tulcilninnieiitf. somewhat 'depleted, The knuckleend L -
And with nil the horror of n RpnerOIIH LILLIE STEAtfKR: R ;UD"I.---; -
with -dukes; lords, honorable, [ of a boiled ham served as a
J- and n knowledge of the families into simple nature, "he. rt"collH from the 1 1I. Mr. .fornlngliniu! In rtlll nowhere. In- foun atlo 1. After the meat was cutInto Captain Clay Johnson Sr. Captain Clays johnsonJr.

.'.,,'blcll they may ehonP4u'tuatry,. b ""barest' notion of Spvefne's dlMloyalty. tieptl. I It may us well be Bald, once and I, dice an equal quantity of cold Regular Meekly trips to Basting*; s-d return; Roaeadatuves, KIaet Jj;-t"
lils li'kl'ng for liiTnplf. If It exiats.must J s
II Looking up JUT subject who a dexterity : : tornil.., regards this littledra- boiled potatoes was Diced and added wee Tuesday'-morning,- and. arrives fUsslmmee.ITrlday eveatnp-: "-: .
IJ<)I'I'0' UabUher finger ouou bo rixitlcKS, a boyish! fancy, boruiif ,.t inn Mr. JornliiRlmiu, from the rising together with three deviled'eggs left 1I.-c1a1.ChartB1: Trips W'"bee an4 Fort H'eraum.; : .- .

.- rents upon the page that wets forth : no ;,frtiMit, that it week of Hlsenwmust ot fie ciirtnln!, ) till Its full, miccpmjfnlly' from Saturday's 1 supper A suspicionof Comfortable ) .' "for '>>pajse&gers. Rates reasonable. ,, ; W ,.....

Lady Lydia Jorninjclinui'* c-cdontlal Uopell. Never bye word or"c- I' .,111)! -" the part r>f Maduuic Uenoltou."Aly'Voitscience onion was scraped and added to The Most- plctur .4ue>Waterway Florida '
of hers hull tlii. be fostered
lion liking
'"Jorulngham-Lady Lydjn,. Tabltha she naves'' I tells me, that Homebodyor the content of the salad bowl together J'or Passenger and Freight Hater apply to "
into love.' Sir JohnBeverne
... dung of thn Klxth UuVl: of. Klllaloe, [ he biro another-ought to make an with a sprinkling of salty;; pepper -' .. \ CLAY JOHNSON Sit.. PropHetoiv
Nora 1854; mar. 1875 Peter George: Jor. eve JI:tn"liig- owes npologjprim Lniiy Lydia Sir John and lemon Juice. Mayonnaise On f'
and feels, it were | f board "Ulller Klsslnunee,
Paul poor Daphne I Flej J
ntughaui! Esq. Severne and Daphuo havjntf\ been put dressing was hastily whisked together \.

And then (the char. question of aristocracy but a little' thing/ to die for- his. bllppln..1 through the sketchiest Imaginable: ; and Incorporated with the salad .. ,.t"", -
must lie in
set attest I, o icofiesjthe minor HisliBpplRCBs form of introduction to their lioxtess. by lightly tossing with a silver fork. .,. : .. _:" -
one of bow Daphne- shall be" conveyed' truth in honor-ln fidelity to his, plighted "It cannot, be me. for 1 never knew The salad bowl was lined with curly - - .- '

to the acme other apuiwachlnggrandeur. : word, and her' part the part of a wbat.o'clock It was till we were UnIshlng leaves-of celery that bad' bt.n saved i.;.

w devoted friend Is to strengthen him dinner at Letncq, seven miles from dinner tor''' use in the stock pot. '

I ; # 'Daphne will do pne of- (wo things." in these., coat 'bat.1t may And thatIt. the other side of Sark-" The salad was lightly plied in the Th&M&aning of a. Smile;,
will her certain
says Aunt Hosle, with-her accustomed cost something "Jersey" Interposes. Mrs de Mnuley.: ; centre and a row of overlapping :

trenchancy: "walk to the harbor a sharp. heart twinges a certain jenl- In. a creamy vbioe. "We have been inJersey sliced pickled beet. made a veritable ih4 .

matter of closeTipon our miles, with when Clementina will be all to him t since Il1l1l11ornlng.! Kark IS tbe poem in leftovers.! The salad was 4trrsuAaw By Winifred flack.i .........;, ) .
the thermometer at seventy-eight or obey as she looks forward to the time place w* left the day before yesterday voted a great success and notes for 9

:-- ride there in.tbe-sprlng cart. For h'ro' and she nothing, already warn her. my dearest I.yd." Its making -were taken by every : J""-: old man died In Michigan the other day and i.n"25oo; & ,to'ss'' ,

i, comPJe IOQ'8 rake If -1.e.n Marie has They reach the yacht without""adventure "Oh, well, .lorney.' As long as you housekeeper present.. Washington 1'OUn.1roman-wbo.1Io--ktn-tobl. : .. r'::'"

:'. finished the upper field (Aunt and find Mr. Brougbtdn and .are In the Cliaum-l Islands, where is Star. la-the old man's will he ..I s -"! leave; this money to I this,'ro!

... llosie's Agricultural phrases are of a Miss Hardrostl Its only occupants. the difference between one '-.'ef of D woman for the sake of her bright smile. She comforted I tb" .

u..r. strictly composite prrter) and if Maitre The, cousins are on deck, enjoying: rock and, ano'lher? Hirru" it must be last months of iny dear wlfe'e life and I nevefsawTSer :sbent
f':" .Andre has. po better pse for the mare the'evening breezes and the soft art of :jour fault Max Whs *l'd' you llot-" HoVSEHoLDT + >> {ye "'aa' not ready to smile." . .. ;._ --:-,. -.

': "sbould dTise-tlie-hprlni cirtr --'-. ' -doing.nothing1__with- A thoroughness-------- "Remfad_.L.adJ 1J4j.b.UI.I" Twenty-flve thousand dollars;.foi..ml1e,' -- .

.: "Tbe spring cart!'*/echoes poor Theo pleasant behold.'Clementina : '' : and 'hebelohllnal't) I had forgotten 'Vrelltwasheap-at-five;-prieer -1-. !i'-t -.- '- ':\ .

dora"! almost with tears "Well well!- reclines' a low deck them! myself" says Max smoothing It. was ,a smile that; came'from the heart. If It-hadnt .
before people:ot one's cwn class I sip4 -' chair; her dress simple white-by-: aim down his tawny beard with an air of been It would never have made-the,impression that It did. i ."\:

pose, one may; afford to make U'show pie I naturally'mean 'the most.elaborate .contrition' Now If theiArirbr,7:" 'Salt on the fingers whencleanlngfowl A smirk, 1s not, a smile; neither Is a grin; You can'smirk''with'maliceand

'4 \ of poverty. If Mr. Jornlngham's' Complication of 'muslin;-ribbon But the Arab, it ran, 1)0 substantiallyproved ; or meatwill, prevent slipping.. you can grin when you feel! like slamming the door, but,you can't smile,

'{were the daughter of a cotton lord, we and l laced that the heart of clothes are ,, bas slept'and smoked by turn I o Plums peaches .neS.frult of .small *SJ.a.T.! Zuc.U'e? unless there |'a kindliness and love In four' heat1- '

,' must hire the barouche., Lads Lydla fiat could desire.. Lnclly she furls and durlntf the:whijie latter POI'tlo'noS: the kind keepbetter: done up In papers.... 'Theyoung woman who took her youth'and'her. vitality and h.r.cheerful

twill look upon the) spring c.rt,1n the unfurls one of the big 'Spanish fans day; he is, therefore absolved by the 'To "fluff" a pillow" 'Jt'by"on* smile, and gave it to a'sick. old, woman" ; did. It because.she was. good. and she '

light of an eccentricity.. % upon "which Kouth Kenslniptoii baa set general voice ou grounds of'moral! Ire corner and drop It down hard upon couldn't help smiling. '

a Accordingly, shortly a/teV T o'clock the crowning seal of fnshlon.Kellx" respoiiBlblllty. the other; I am glad she Is going target that'money.It I

.' --- "eccentricity". stands ready before Br6ugbton smukes a delicately At last some hue by chance refficuibers Never throw away pea pods; they ..I Isn't what trfj f ,do ;that counts so much,, afterslll4'a: what we,,, _

|'jthe porch; Jean Marie In his meetinghouse perfumed cigarette at her feet. Mr.Jorulngbaui's. existence give a delicious flavor to the puree 1... ,been givens present with such'. mean spirit shoving. In .the eyes Of' 't

; black; Llsette, the stout, old Their thoughts may be engaged on "Of course. :Everything Jornlng-.;- .for the next day. the giver'that '. felt like throwing the gift into the fin '

:-. ({Normandy mare, who does the united "ontlmc-nt' scandal science-probably hum's fault" says Cousin Felix, grave-, To bring the'- white of an egg And I hav. been'refused, a favor by some one who looked "at1 me. :with. '
!Y; (work ofaIf a dozen peasant farm. on panteological science, as Is their I ly. "Is not absence in itself and according quickly''to: so much kindness''heart: was JI&1It-ln spite of the'refusal'

..... f: i her best harhe.e.r wont. And still 'Judging from. the ex to a lit1 codes of civilized, jurisprudence of &froth add two or three .Hypocrisy: doesn't-'pay, _; It-never deeel..e'" '.6y one long. ;f

; j Daphne is dressed In a plain-Holland presslon" Clementina's JIps one a sign ot guilt? We apologize drops lemon juice. I never knew ..inan who lived for himself alone who could deceive people r

t i .:1l 'suit, and tbe straw hat trimmed with cannot but suspect that some lighter in Jornlnxhajn's name, and banish White pa{nt. when dirty if washed into llldnglilm'' fort longer than six month.:; : . s .

White ribbon that she wears 011 .SUD- matter than common may have made him from our remembrance. Will with skim milk will be easily cleaned; *' I never-knew''a-woman:: wbO'wu.t heart mean and.aylou.wbo.co1lk: ,

"Wil. ; .'vUlag6' ll1rcb.11.eradorn"" i ts-ep trance- awar S.auoonff-tho-Ty. 'thpr.-be-tfunr-for'Mrs-CheDtertohenra neat.cold.teaoc.colqredpalnlt__ : .__ make-even.,'."a'llttla-chndOlk+iltD _]rhea_ohs mlled------ ,... .... '

;meat a little nosegay, of clove pinks ro-Phenician or le.ogothl.trata. .- about, little musIc' before she leaves us, To remove grass stains from chil Beware of the! nan-who's smile Is.a'merest wist of the moutlu ;',.

t' .. worn In her waistbelt. As she turns to Which they discourse. Lady Lydia?" i dren's clothes rub. the soots thoroughly ''' Look out'for the woman who looks as If she had beeaeatipgsometbing; ' '

':"" ,nod "A. _iMt. PauV? beforestarting. "The, question/ i-Qi, wbetberwe; are to The question originates In '-no per? with a little fresh lurd a snort our.when'-sbe'tries to smlle, '- ; :*, .", ',. *; ,. '" ?LGive'me

,F. Ir Aunt Hosie cannot choose butt dine or nor dine Is delightfully solved sonal aptitude or predilection for inu- time before washing and the spots. the 'woman''who smiles.because she c.n' |t and'the'man.. ., ,
... .think-a. new romance ejef present be.' 'by your arrival" says Cousin Felix as ]';ale on the part- of Mr. Bt'O gbton. lie ,will come out.. .'who laughs and doesn't know 1C, : > :'

t 'f'I ;afore her -mind-of tbat evening four he risesto; 'receive ,the newcomers.! >keys! of.,biuself, frankly that he does When cleaning stained knives takea ',They're the sort of people to live with. .. 11.

''If' years, ago i when '.tl1e; rCirllsh' figure'tripped rNo one'belonging'to,theAlberta.: .'our 1 anotknowtoae tune''from Another by piece!, o1.wnew potato dip It. into . I. /. d ',# .. 'l.i .' ; ...14 / ..' ',. -

+t forth through the summer'twl-. hostess Included" has been heard of 'the sound, but can JuSx distinguish] brick dost.and scon, the knives( ; la / .> \ .

|light.- the girlish heart\, credulousof'all, ( since the ,tnornlng. but with'; a.art7, llegro'' from andanteby the Increased> this''way: the most, obstinate stains '. M M.:illy... ., n, . :A' . M< .
,tthiogi .,. wrongdoing prle'ce1N4: went 'olour 'who '
1 itll peopled +i bodily efforts of tbe performers. And removed.
.1 ;forth to-tneeq It.dobm:+ir'1* "*-' j;lot other,1 adds Mr BronghtOn', 'wltlifhlscheerful 'still he .unfailingly'supports the erer- to; t T"U eggs' are tresh'plaee'thetnin '

."If was a_matter.ot certainty that -optimism-"it would' be folly ';else the at .oel.1 .
of. art gatherlags.'Systematic a ba.lo'or-w.ter; It fresh, they will
the Root
t-I. people would find us-out'In time," ob.> to think'of 1 Intuition qf ; ,
waiting. And so.Beverne : : '
i. : noise-.thin is his theory! sink, but It not .0 freshrthey; :become ,
1secves'teodo: : ) ; "lrlsln&.rearett1)'UJ'( ate met I 1
$ II .. .;; j-6u on" the quay, Mrs Chester J whileit. promote 'gener." conversation . more or less sunken If stale.they w11lGo.t. \r. ,
tt '' beat''her
t'h i (theconveyancewhich); sras sure of'it .Th4t"1s I, Trouble '
liberates the Individual from the ,,uponthe top. '
v1 r' :nleoe Into the sacred neighborhood of Derelict got 'a happy opening life ;:J .
.. "' 1 exertion of coming 14eas; It also acts Tie of caused 'by
'an"Earl'adabghtar, .inarvsllng :>"wlsU'f but energeticfellow ;'another soiling walls per L # era..' r I'
. jis; 'whilesome restraint or counter leaning their headi against thewaifmay .,..
t.. fully If anyone could''mistake' JeanLMarle has stepped ,In .\ before sons '
be almost entirely IS George Naraay.U +
: tor- a -.itentleman' servant .out ; Jo. dare-under'. removed, ,

v'i' ;of .livery'Likelier; thaVnotLady lDJ'.nl7..eH"-'b" pared by laylng-ja sheet of blotting paperon '
I; Lydia. Jornn ham will Invite\sonie-j>C I' >experts tHm at, '.U events.the"agonyof sar.Daphne ''man's life a iriore onerous exertion the spot and Ironing. over' It witha m domicsnce) In fhe'feminine nlnd'of Intuition over.reasovpnxlnees '' .t,
:.t1m. i hot iron: : paradoxes m moral,' ad U largely responsible: '
; lone family them when
accompany be.
gayly. :"I: .waa !4ve minutes, On the present occasion howcrcr, for the trials and tribulations' now being experienced: In
'ahe1:I.Y" and If'I.Tim wanted is a" hind time. Think what yonwould ; ,; if kerosene is spilled on carpets, this
L'F.1 ,* 'jeb.peronlIttl. as I Ilk. tbe.sea', T;'hall have 'haeS. to suffer daring those -five theory breaks doWn under the test of books .or manuscripts try-removing d'cudousl7and' somewhat"causelessly unhappy,land. Envy It
', Max trolls three : Is tr..;.lle.-at'tbR root of our ;
practice out two or troablei'butoddlyenough; ; ,
..Jf.::: *! H"a-' fluty"; to-go. Of course one> minutes If bad really been tb.'look tt.'by sprinkling cornmeal thicklyover ?. b
you on
':'<'woaldwIpt'Sygcbtingauttmuse"rodort : ; ; 1 C.tor.JX e "0 ...;- '" ':'of Dlbdln's sea:.songe at the: top1''of: a ..the.article-Immediately. Renew_ -envy! not of the "tlch 'jwho hold, .but of-the. rich who Ci.... .

'"But-a-dozen yards'ef sergeit fine, sllghtft..eraS}"' tenor voice: 'Mrs. frequently nntllibe oil has been, com Men"-continueto- amass-great fortunes an4.p--trem.o.
Ar eeltpg too Delicate; tootngenuour' -"A'1it-Ahlr ;;' themseves-or- bequeath,Utenvto-thelr-own ..
sings passably and dU
v1 n.- nd-llspence and' couple of pletely absorbed.\ V "11"' 'i'
to be'termed .
s ,i '[pieces 'of this fashionable-white braid smile',on Felix coquetrj.Broughton.prompts. wUlin her est"to ,well under the.ln1luen -of.the i ." To remove. fruit stains put; .two .cured by their felloWs, ,to. pass to their:Just' rewards'. 'orPpunishments
would 1JoC"be ndBcnla.- thou and with ,the-meUowlng adjuncts '' elsewhere; It Is upon tbosfi who are' uuspected'of brloIDin.trom "
; .; recipient;:-'let nirhat, wlirbettderof Sny of alcohol .into a bottle with .
"Me go-, torf.t;cries Ji>.a1wS one of bretty'womn s smiles! Sir John rof.alc.and. wk'ter' ;though.not In Parla.lan tablespoonfuls ounces of gum.camphor.. this people hi order thatthey may;distribute. more liberal alms., that tho' '!' ;

rj; ;.the',flne Intuitions'of hisage: connecting eDlna--baol"ed' from the and eccents and'with Jpst.hslf l a toneMfiehatpneesLruning4through Shake well before using. Apply'free wrath of the populace Is now .-vlslted.t Undoubtedly'instinctive yse>ntm ntof .,: -.'
... ,_ necessity -, ... .
obtalnefl- Brit
thO'mppfl le double gratlBc tlon thus ot acquiring
/ -the word..J'.tbtJnr"It c.bdjnjabmopds. : and.thea.Degtaw.,
: 'ier-Ukt to tb..taJDe41tA1't..rtI31or
of being, ly
M.themes' indJllentl o( !\; Jlot.. Then Lady Lydia' jumping constitutes tbe chief cause of thl* quite general .disapproval
.I: ,"Mego wlthManv and the ,lncommon- .as- old acquafd.. Will also.remove fruit stains.A ing- } but .atI., .1.
Mnssleii suddenly'to herfut'fromthe' heap clearly-the fault. .s .we have Indicate.- Jntultlpn Inherited from *'
krand "oJ doves woman Itrather
blonde .Mam.. ...
anee, and' the little dinner.
sir party.( creamy coffee custard can be
sey and httle Paul 'f : 'of shawls and cushions on which, up than of the reasoning faculty: granted by Ute Maker for some purpose
'' ' tour passes oR'irtghtlyy"ec-e to 'the has been made by stirring a pint of hot. strong to man.-'lh' NorthAmerican "
'rl. \-Th.eigrand'Mussle'u; \ detl.'rnoarherato \ presentmoment. known. only .to Himself, ; ; Reviews
i. i' .iV? -) .. >aeea-when the springxart. Fair, faces- youth soft ,.umm..twl :coiled -declares-- that--she' Is falling black coffee into a quart of custard .. .. ... .. \ .!.'...:.: .
; flght -rlsnds from the hand of, an art asleep spa mast dance. while still warm. Beat, .hard_.and_ t.
and -It ho -
occupants- and nn- -
srbtocraUo-a'each"thehtltbor.In. idusty Ida 1st-ell the needful "property"lfor'conl) Not -dancesenough? Felix Broughton serve In' glasses with or' without Women |* the ay-chi -r _""'he 1"' rt d"ot uiit'traw ,

|: vivial,, success hi!smelypresent at thefeast'whatever whippedcream on'top. Cool .the custards Bostonbaa'' 'a woman pickpocket: the
plate Js:8eremewith: a baet'aid row haying weakly 1I.1.ton".rd the .objection. Sixty-four yachts started in fallregatta ,.:
1 jarrtng 7 elements maybe on: Ice. aged.seventytwo.. '-
Why tlterWaraouth and of the ClBb.
Larchmont ,
,era readyln' jvaltlntfXjto'convey, Mrs ,,
Cbeater,t -the'Llbertii '';.;/-1-\' \*,,. latent... = In..tbe destinies of the' 'feastTh -' to spare,. JJoes not all the,world know Green vegetables should be.put In' Miss PalmerT flanghter'bf General ; Tb.,Dill. lI.i;WOII the mile'eaam K .
; .
-? "Dapbne 'v jumps down.. ''nothUiff: era. .l" . ."": } /, ,that the Arab-can danceand'play that a cool place as soon as they come W. .J..P.lmer..haa adooted) nur>In* its plonshlpi, for' motor boats. shoving",
r ; dtpe. take .their eolCee a career In,London. \ V ,' great speed.J j ."
shamed.from ''Carle's fJ'I!! thaT : ; instrnmentoflnVattne'sanre time from' the markets Lettll Jcelery... ,
Jean side, Blauielt-wbo; liftmoney "
', The wlttrot3.oe Campbell 'tTnotnpsoB'sfottfJfr. '
aftenr rd. on ;deck --Toward eleven And It It comee to' the worst,' It It radishes, tomatoes and cucumber '
Sir-John: askstet what time ,
to the First Reformed Churchat hand .
mile In J.JO In
o'clock.- and when' Dapbne Is beginning: comes to one of tbe ladles doing wallflowor should b. put Immediately into' the trotted m
-PartJ'-tJaat..bechl..a .
.a-- t.. .. Yonkers. N. T., has been contested : coaching rae at Syracuse.. *
-to think-of Jean-Marie ,alld. hey four ,,_l,; PPt,.tjlf) d competent refrigerator; Cucumbershowever. '
Ukely: tonnlsb, ;Uiette .will.'not.'of Lydia by relatives on the ground of rnndneAttacked : CharlerU,Daniels broke the AraerL.fAr -.
',." | take -out of Mai tre .D4r.'* mile .",allt to Quern, tbe. ,sound of '' perform the national dance, ranBt"be> ..ced..Ia---a..par.t..eDm-- tafiuenae.s.. .., _ ,. -.ffArAJ'-fn' *_ tImtMlT g.y0 anii :. .
y11P table-again tonight; but Jean Marie' voices) the IIplallb'of arsyjwas' beard, of Jaer-eouDtl7..p eresa.. and In a partment trom' the one*In which milk;: .' In' her home by a man 440 yards across tidal waters ; ;

,', :bJ"'Aunt Hosle's special'orders'Is' to approaching t through' )'th.'.tlllD.....'iAnilnutelater : remote corner of tbe deck, for bet own and butter are kept. Some housekeepers who tried:'to chloroform her.' Mrs. ." ';Toml' Nicholson ot 8t.'Aadrew's.tA. 1i',
O < and the missing' memo Ant and George Hudson. "" 0. 316 East!JO 1st
'Walt to ftGm"Flet-4e-Ja.neulrtcrm..t. c1InraloJit 'WtaP /le\tuee. \ ctleryoin wou.tll. a.Uoo.J.o4: quolting .

l'JIitr.'au4: =-<11' ... y7 -.. ., bgta..of;;the! ,'.yachting\ _parfyTstejTtrporr. .. i---: :: --:- ;Tc be Continued.. .! ;., ..a. datnp'cloth. ?;OP;..yMI :- ..atraet.New York' Clty-. epabg, plsulrltb .Plol'llltJ.p ctmer;caraLVa&Cortsa4t.) ,
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', V"' :_'.' W'liaFw- Offer the "Spffrtsiiiiaa." : .. jMp 1 QvgD 'SEQ icE': 1O-tHi3, rI ,. .:;

: .d. '
-.Quite ,, papes In Florida are "
advertising their section lie being tbe .
1'gRli H p, E"T"1EAY> favored spot forthe, huntsman, and we "- J i 'w E'AST:; ., :
; iri' concede them the right to believe so. ... .
',,,1 dice VsUpy'Gaxette Building I for. then are evidently unacquainted '.. : ... f -
Ja M t.m.08C:: )LA POUNTTJ. n.A.i wltb'Kiimrnee., and Oaceola count. .-- -VIA-
: : . More hunting'' parties are outfitted :' '
in thin. cl'1tD a single season than In S S
Y .
"it.'if.. :_, Editor, ..- any other five ''localities In the.State 'I' :; ATLANTIC COAST LINE }
: combined for here is .." I
: KATES point to the best hunting grounds 10 S ., .
. *. ...'.... .,1 0o the whole United States today. With ... '. "

i.\.'p. E.-. ..montL..nxxitb.*.. ....,"-. .......<...,....,. .A0. ID two bourse ride on horseback from S. .N ,Our. line. of Fall ::---- .. S.. ._ "Effective: .,Sunday.September6th,1908.\ .
u K its Irame! *deer can be found in abunaoca < : .:.. ..:..
,."'t.' I - ; and.sbbut..Lbsonly.plaoaJpFlorida ,. .. ., ._ ,._ = .. o':: : ........i.." .'-.- .... ,, / . "' --,'. , ....:1'fTitIN !

{"'' ;: :d"''iroai er+.;."'_-"_' t'' not be.ICIIO'd be ...bp...ouT.u....wrlt.r.iut untaw': his home-U where not'the twenty' black miles bear, ,dlstanl make. '. "" . .Goods" for .,Men,, "" ? 'NOJ" Si?' tEAVINO-HISSDDILE: . '12.24 Ji.. W- _

for.. If would'de.lre'lm.n it 1 I. '
one -
game .
. .. _. 1 > * :? ,. ..,. ,8.40 A- M. f'
w' r- r- --+r only neoesearytorow out to the waregrass I : Arrives; Washington -> : '
Bntarad.t the Pwrtoffio la' KfcwhnmM.. . I 'surroundIn the mane small, ; tti .: '
'Wo '
!, _,_ .:..-cl-elM.Mil _tt f. ;* island in Our lake;. nd. there will be ,en, ._.. ajtijlChildren ....... ... _.. _. . '* 'IJaltlmoro) -. a_ ".;J ..16.00 :A'w ;M.
4.+ -' -. '' - -- -- \- '
:! :' found -7'\-: ; . ,; -
Oct. duetts rcootnf and' lernplrenrb: riitladelpliin I ... . :12.ltftfpdnTor I.
r.Irri )".{ j), 1I OB.. the thousand, to say nothing of the numerous v .
quail 'found on the prairie r', is now "? .... _New: : 2lJg M. _" .._
y .. within'.'a/f.w mUes-of'thi xiCyr *- '- ,.." r ; "-- "-' -, '*"** "'- -. .- :... : ...
s ?" .. -, T I I
emocratisTicket. And fish! Where 1* there .Dotbel'to.n [

... In this land from which I* Hhlp- ; . open for f; QUICKEST TItAIN TO TILE EAST' Through Pnll- b ?
ped from twenty"to forty,<,housan yourinspection . ,
yoi Tre.ideutl.l'Eler.yNseR pound of ffeh water flsh each, weekIn 1 . .. man Vestibule Sleeping P xs. Dining Cart :\J;
:' .. H. P. BAILBV. I theyear besides thousand of turtle? \

\ .. t. i-! ROBERTL: VA VI. This town offer every advantagethe .. .
I .
.. .. GEOHOEOMARTIN' sportsman U looking for Her \ For-tickets,'resenttions or' Information; ,all on nearest Atlantic Coast'Line
,Q: MAMUKLB. PAtM.0.... are trained guide. for,the wood.and o. Agent .
.... or
r 'bIlbr In COn. > 2d DUtrMi: .
Repr..entFalfye. CLAHK.7Kor :: prairie who are acquainted with every W. CARR, T. P. A. J. O.. KIRKI.AND. IX P. A..
Governor foot of tbe ground and know the feed- -.. -"" .. ,

I. f ALBKHF. Comjitrol WiuitcHaMT.Kor enCROON. ..' Jig and place men who and are habl thorough(- of the navigatcrraand big game ' Tj a. WHITE G. P. A. TAMPArFLCRIDA.W.: .J. CRAld P. T. M. .

boats la ,
For TrMitrr : who own comfortable; ,
r NK( -W. V. KNOTT. ., which to take out parties for a day or .
I i;(. CLATO&AWPONDFor .:: a Lesson on any of the waters from '
H. AUorner General': here to the Gulf and who understate S. 8 '
PARK M. TKA M W KI.U exactly where to drop anchor to eaten To Reduce Stock I LR

p.rB.pcrlltrndvntnpublfea.kacUous. WN.N. oL1.OWAY. arty variety of' fish the sportsman" may . 0
s For OomvlMloBvr of Agricultural desire. I
1 B It, Mcl.JN. - Not'a person nor a party that ha, .
t4 I 4'y.r T n.tleesofth.KapremeOOurr, : hunted in this 'section but who 1* enthuslaatfc .
1 a ;t" .; TUONARNNAGKLRPORD.Zbe . in praise'of It, and each S White Shirt Waists worth. 83.25 reduced to. ,;, ./2 39
: ; brings additional un- fA .. .. ,. ." ... 29'n
; year sportsmen !.00 2
For .
...... ... .. ...
, fil-ibe-fsvellHtaHoH.he-sheoe'Of boat, -- -- -- -- - 2m"T : :
"Klsaimmee"'ire'to becongratulated .. .... .. .. T'99' .
:r- citizens team and guides have been taxed to .. 2.85 ., 2 IS ,
the cleanliness of .. .. .. .. .. ..
, on the utmost to accommodate them, but a.50 . . J 89'
lJl. .. .. .. .. .. ..
J: ; .their premise preparations. are now being made to< Cash 2 25 1 79 '
;? handle and care for all who may come, .. u .; .. 2.00 .. ,. :-: : : 1 69 ,
l IJ Taft has ''already lost his manner and we expect the largest number ever .. .. .. .. 1.86 .. .. . . 1611 :!RCommenang
? r. and, bis (emper:, but he will not lose the known the coming *ea <>u. -R .. .. .. .. Mi .. . 1 47 ,.._
:it .' election Until November 3.. : There i I. good hunting all over Florida .. .. .. .. j 45 ;--
' : 'but when want to.hunt We take pleasure In announcing to i>ir friends and to the .. .. .. ... x.16.

,1. 'v i _baa About done the will only du good in this tblog campaign Hearst where It.I in abundance one and of everyvariety game public generally that we opened ut a lirat-clasR stock ofGENERAL I .. ..' ". .. iJSo:; .. ..._. ,1 139 19 .
or .. .. ..
I Kisaluimae is the city to come r I. ? . .
\, _was tl> shotring up ot that man Fora-I for tnsti;j. ctloii. and the feast of upon MERCHANDISE MONDAY .. .. .. .. 1.25 86/ .. .. ..96 08' ,
- j
;:;.br.'L b" will be permitted to indulge in will Jo .. .. .. .. 76OS .. .. . 59
..There I. aa epld"1D1At" of DBTie..fe- make him declare the same as did the in our new new store on of the old. Pegrhorn J>postofflce. AUG. 10. .. u ,. ? ? ? . 44 _
' 7 V r'a High ftpriotsTCsually \ ; Thtf.epidemic boy who ate the pie who on !being asked Our tock of goods i I. all fresh and wjll.' b. found up, to date '\\ .

:. 'have In that town ares how he- liked it, said "It taste like In every particular. We propose to do a !general barter business _- ".-..i j \ ,

sm .'called. killings. more. and will come again an4 bring and will take in exchange for goods, at their full market. "- our entire Stock( of Embroideries and Laces will be sold at Cpst .

c A husband aged 18 with a wife aged his I friends.WATSON. .... 'value cattle hoe, fruit, poultry and ,all -co !)1u produce. for the next thirty,days...... t

''i 18 are eulng for a divorce out In Den- ''We have secured the services of Mr. T. N. FAHIl: a* manager

'ver.;What they need I.* a good spank- >D who will be found at the store at all-times ready to serve you. H. C. STANFORD CQ.F1M .

Idg. nod it dloroe.

:Thaw** wife'' says be' Insane and

has been cyst elnoe she knew him. Ills The Bassville Grocery Co. vrw4atiAN1NWN B
t.. ;marryng| bet I I. positive proof of the .
tratbfnlnesi.of.O? her assertion.Weshould .
A t' -
.w ;'' all rejoice. King Em.J :: J. .STRATTON" AND A.. P. BASS. PROPRIETORS.. High School Opens first

{\' maouel baa finally consented for his _
-t(, acbettl cousin to sell himself to the
:Klkln* girl for thirty mfllione.Nkq Favorite Fertilizers

1 ;. orare suing the Independence; POPULIST CANDIDATES Monday in (October

it' Party ch.lrtnan In Georgia for start .
.j ...booter*.. We believe that is the FOR CITRUS AND ALL OTHER CROPS.FERTILIZER .

1 8tat.John 1>mpl claims tx) hall from. FOR --0-- ,t'"
dL.;.t Tli.newspaper*of the countrv forced IN PURCHASING YOUR SCHOOL SUPPLIES -

_"'Uncle-Bam to oekse prlnllrsr adver- President! .and YIcePresidentELECTORS DON'T FORGET THAT WE
,, ""\1IemeD'oa-eavelo sj sod the FlorId > MATERIALS ... GARRY FULL '
played .niall hand in the LINE.
,'& press no ..
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i.4.l".IDt.. , N.In -
<> X min: Cleveland. Ohlt>, sold hi* I
:\ Wife and furniture for *16.V knbw : \ -FOR !SALE BYJ7 kissimmeeDtugfompdny

4 a few men who would give 116 uxhave __ -
'. .om.nooe-take-their.' -wlT i oft Mr'IbasdMv' : n =-+" '

"" .. . D. UMcKINNON ) At La ; M. LEE; :--. KISSIMMEE '""" -.A

I' ... T. J. BELL ) rge.T .. .
., A l Id Atlanta married AGENT ...: ,
young wpioan: v .. FOR ,,}
her chauffeur and her. mother ban :; H. COHOON- District. .' .
'taken' her to Europe thlnklor she will .' run"MwRfR: .. .R qr'Y.anir1tO5R .....,...;". ,..,. ..,....rR,....; ".;:
break'' up tbe union. Uehalblo glr): W.:R. ERSON-2nd.. District Sanders Fertilizer Company, Jacksonville .- c.:1:
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tool mother. V .. ,r ''. ' H.R' SH-31d DJsjtriciJ.HREDDITT? 17 0&.1, ; ' .- ? i- ...NORTH ;KISSSIMMLE: PHONE NO. 8: <
EIcYMilk\ ,, -- _.--. { .
baa advanced to thirteen casteIF .
:: a quart< la..lack.oulJle. Wonder If .
;'?'the Board of Trade of that city Intend : Henry Benedict of Orlando i LC.W. QHfflii

} tomekeuseoftthat fact a*an evidence ,
I i otpro.peritI'"' '- .
/ Secured the Agency for the !celebrated, It << -
I> -A a] predicted. by the Gsaette some .
% week'affo, tbe orange growers have t Fancy Family: Groceries .4 '"'it 4

", ';.began their..oJd tactic of snipping I PITNER .GASOLINE .LIGHTING. COMP'YAnd .
sTreeo fruit, ,andthe< result I.I that "
fi:1 vrapefrult has fallen to two dollar a is ready-to !make arrangements to be represented, t FresH Meats. _ \ ..

., 1boaJD: New York., ,. certain territory.'wKhthe, right parties,on' most favorable J1
N Delluery. Every Day _at any Hour. Patronage Solicited'. :
-term8.---Estlmatea.fot lieht1ne-'plant. cheerfullyfumlshed" -
coetltr .
h r. Fri"uIhIV'Lodre K. -of-P;; Lr ......... ....... .. .. .. r
.., '-nee to !flourish; :The rank' of' Knight op.application. .liiusrr6i. .." IriiF/rah -.-. .... .a7'...., .,

( ,wa conferred upon .tb...., applicant 4S. -' .. ."' ..
at. th last. meetingand two.applloatton i HEY BENEDICT .. ,. ,'

.. ,. *,for membership were reoetved... ."',. "' ''
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:.,.'" .Tb tubtrculosls i bin ad .' v r/
ioumed and tb.l.arned. connrrci gentlemen Inform r C.,>;*A.-lv_ CARBON. *>r..M...t. !1. Ci: ARYAN.$.c""rJ. .,, '1, ,
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,1 we will us all that die Unless of the. something white) plague I.I done in' [ ,: ; [ : ,GO' TO THE', :RESCUE. AO: -:MEEKH. ,, 'J. 'X'' ; :E:: '-' '.,-:

tha court of time. No. dear doctor*, .
'we.. Moat. .,, 101' we Kl..immee_, .. "* JEWEL.E.R'.AND; : ,, "W, :.. .. ,..." ". J, J.. .'.: forVale.'choice, : 'lands. in ,every "''Waters :ft Co
j'Jt ;
A.aa evldeooe tbat Cooinlssloner WATCH'REPA RERrl' ;-r..' Doa'tWaitTill, If'. Toe Lateol! portion of Florida.adapted for farm '' Carson Grocery,;,
'"+''8trauon I... man'who fnund*,todobla 'pall and ,'see ,mr,, Lloe of .aichl. low 1 to. Kxa.pi...f a ". -?!>'1 loa or the growing. fruits and :vegetables : ;'- -. r- '- 'Wii.tosl.* R.tajl c :...I .

ynll share hi of ebbclty'and } "A .V '4- I of every"ar etTf''also'7pboAphatertlfBbar : __ , _. _ud_ _tteelersI.__ :
,,.' taeupbulldlBg u* .it1. tL \ L : .i alalrea Cltisw. ..; J..., and raoch-laodsP. v 1-- .' __ ::---. .,-
-ooua'', aDeJ-tha"IMI.ID"'D4. Any article, of.lewelry-:.F'woom'M.I| lyOr.* J" ; "
\to keep>> in the front rank ot entcrprl-. fc s '"dered Itque U: '!( Rescue the aching back..,. '-- f. .' ,i :G'R"O'C;" : E EX l'E'.8it \
; ? jupon. ; Exceptionally fine "bargains: In orange
.I:. L tome. .a, member be bas made of the application of BldYCLH!! SUNDRIES. ,If it keep "on achlDsrroublecome4.Backache groves., List YOur,property>whitDim \."..,... .., . -- ,\ ,. .. .. ,, ,
Board -.chew .
U.Udm-T <
f, and will be one. ..of..Its foremost ; . . Jthe' ; he can selhltreoLlt-snd' : collect, I" ,'f.
'J kidneys'
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nejtlcct "V
7tdke. -- ou warning your rent ' '''' '11" '-co'Jl :
j.! ". Lookout 'for'\urinary' trouble-ldis-. X '*>- *r., --*..',.tH.6; ,'l .flt) j .. \ . ..ln "AUNTs 1'0.;, : ? '

... f;.'',.Oeoeo'la.wa UM state to send in her Bratcountlesin contribution The} Gray' 'stoD rte ltes..This Klssimmee' cltlzea" 'will\I I'*show'III.'."you' ance.Agent' and*for-bestFlre-.Al"llKlur'* Fertilizer'': '/Lil.Ii1'. ''' ;>$tH', !''"'AT' ;1 celebrated:;Fertilizers ,I CPATE8+; ; .:". 'a:

the. aatloaal
to Demooratle.campaignfund. '
'M'.,' When the call for funds was . .CI..I..LA: :"Meyt ..,.' .how Mr"to: Ito E.V to A the. Barnes rescuer, ;living 'in'l th t Kisslttitnee. ,'''= ,Plorida:.: ; ?. ,GRAIN: s-= :: ; f ,E T c> >, '
first made Hon. A.1C. Don.gan, meet Western ', ' '. Cireslaraswdlricei .
of ) \I
i Kiniminse.'Fjs.esysl"Dean's ) .
ber' tbe ......' committee. . part F .. :" .V . .... ... \
, "{ () canpaigA' y I Kidney'Pill have helped me ,L. HEALTHANDIVITALITY.1 ;;./7"" . t jfi: .' --.--.e1- .-A..* .tlm.-',_ l .
;, l.Mont-T..M.-Ddurpbvrcbsirman of 4On LukeTobopekallgarlHuoting :->+ SO tfratly that It pleases me ta recom- :
1i,"taeou'h'e: : ''comoltteo,' MOTT' HRRVlwt rlLLPbwYrwT7rbS >'<4' .....
7 _Yhh'DI'- dbt otintJen + mead-them.- -My-bokw..-...'-Jam.: '. 421 -- ,.
?,r 'DUST aDd succeeded Iii railing fort;'I I Golf nis us at times to such an extenttbatJoovld'notJiftlaaythHr -- \oII are.tonLS lames if
.' "' doUars which. 10..1'4't Clock haseball sad ,. tb aid .\: : : -
promptly Cricket Oolf. g-ofitralghten': women prodmis.r .tiullty \ci-1QE'S: FURS: W. Q' L'ouatry'
aI i
; ed,to.tba proper. auUiorltlcs. This 1 Is. Trap ShooUng./ . looping My ret at nigh w.'Il"ulaDd "but' ..Id.tip 1.r. .!Tor lb.eats ky Oiceol t.sewu. .-.q lbe aor'or kv 1 _.
" )'I jpot a large contribution but if all the -...Terms-1EJIt1-ta' .t O per. dal. mornings lit was all I oould do to marl 1105<< per box..\OS.ion I6.GO. 'j, .: .
-sMberoountle* m toe ,state wf rdd ai 116 %o 121 wtek.i: '' "
.. per -. !\ dress mraelf. The kidney eecret.10DIaJIIO : .Produce ''s' 'Bpeoifawits. ,
'(", /j well ID- proportion-to population, -cauNd me great annoyance, owInr .. .
I'lorl4a.m have made, ?a pretty toolyebowlogf' to. their too frequent action.-' Two \ 'Jr
'" To Our Frlend.r' W. Y JRf1JOZUB
"';'< '' : Come. and try. .a meal at, the ed boxea.of from Doan'the Klmn. Kidney! Pill Drug, obtain Co.,

\ : ,. That the county of'Oaocola b.s'a hotel '
live -to-date, business Boardof meal ticket I' MO.- ,Rooms, /! per j01ectlloo health.'* .. ,- I
.< County CommUsloner wa tully de- day- ., : For sale by all de.J.....' Price -JM :
nstrssedstsbelrlvicet1nqJest! Moo- .* -Po 'ter MilburtrCo7y -
cent* Baffalof
:.....;::<<1.. when tbe".voted to subscribe for : ** I New York, sole agents for the United I (
twoTiundred popie of"the Valley Ga- --'Mtt'. T.HURMANti: State., REAL(4ESTATE: 'J'
via '
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tbe same to''b sent (o" percon mber'Job: ..mD.p.tul .
,'ihtn* middle wet and east; Tbl* pa.per'bae RROPRiBTOR. h'l'WILLIAM of J :i
,II. take no,oth rt,..,,:< .., "
been 'themean
ufdoing a
'. wonderful amount of good by : KISSiMMEfe FLORIDA:
presenting ,
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to tbe. world'ru. story rind tbeiad !'",'.= I : KIONRY' I;ILLP .-, .. J..MV: WILL| VNi,.JR". . --.- r w+.r re. r
ventages,tbe the" ... . .
opportunities nT Ton .Iad Tear Kido.. y flays piths I pitsivi I PIUISI'Wllbtma ', .
,possibilities this 'county; offer ''the ru..rworl&ed JroornrT_. .T>v.m eat ; '.
M.Md tranbl with kkiuvy.and bUd UrtH NOTARy.PUBLtc... < Indian Pita Ointment will < ,
voaf < mrBlind.
/,jnomeeekep and Ifs to"ell.Or.DcI our .,..Tlo>!.>i .' Commtielooer. considered I It was mOlll'.II.pea&1 "I..aI"r1_Navi voii B.bbT spp mmnce.f'sac. I STATZ''AT..LAHOK: .tamors,alMys, the ,Hvhinc at oo.._>o m
"T.y"-.. tO orderwo'1tIIUodre ..e. ...... r.U.f. will. 1 bw .r rr .r, S'
i of each Issue for : S delve. to p.r.r1. ,. Jt_ Wfthe..f""i".n'l ... or' . - -y- 1'1" t . 5.5s.Pi.0lnI.s.1 Ia pr.par.d for PUea .nc
cupfes tb..lDOatb.\\ p111a will Oiewta J' of the 1'1. .. ,"".. Mold.DI,. Uur
. yore. 7tw.+aa ItcblDjt )> > br.
tiled to.prospectivevisitor. .. . .. *. A rie.6lo'; K1SMMMEE, --'' r FtORIUA' OneWi. bsrma.t.50.aM.1.111., ? '
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..-- ,. (! Tlitvshnnkrend( ( of' the, season, to quote our friend .DIIl. .Wo are exclusive AGENTS forthl8 'I ,
1" -Nye.",,111'soon be het'o'andwe: do' not want to carry over FELL OELI ;KEROSENE' LAMP the >lightthithaT 'I' '.W : ;

.: .. .' our Stock-Refrigerators and Fre6zers- ind other .Summer more . .
: light for less"' and less
,-.L. .,.,-.' ,. :. -,:goods; and so we will) give, the .public. ,the" benefit'of wholesale Guaranteed money= care required to Operate it. : .. '
J nog explosive? .IJO.candic-powcr! : : .. .six.. ..
l !+.o"4- ...:. ". -reductions we Intend 'making' ntL.nU'are'dJsposcd"of. : ;-LL '---4 "" rv
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and Inspection.
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:%''i ,. ..While ."with: us we, will taker-. pleasure in 't showing:: our' ors. Every thl iTg SJ lIITJ YlNlulo& BIIOS.all typewriter. Write t1col- . .. .; .<'.!: j" .;,

:if other lines consisting or. Furniture} of all ''klnds/Crockery Machine the time' Tile .most perfect) :' ...;,;...,t'' .\ .

; ; iiOlassware: .Tin" and ., on the market. Cash or Instn nVents.. : '. __ : -.-_ ..............-. -.-. T -
---- Agateware.Stationery, Books jyctureg .
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. ., .*, and Mush aLGoods. and'THELUDDEN-CA3IPDELh11T11 CO.PianoM, Organs .,. ". <,. ,
'". \ .J' Graphophones. (Columbia), and all attachments and t -._.__ : ' ;. w
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.f.- Wcwanttp! Kct-you'niejrestcdJ'njBW '
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1----- *T*, '--r.: -- time.-. - -f-* -- t .-r ,-- "/ 't''" ; '....'11.....
? : TiMtc6flirIcos: anu consIdeVcd ,"' ., .
quality will save .. ., : ,;
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'TheKlssimmccValleu: 1 Gazette For BlcTClei, ''Shaolbargerr .Or Fin floe 01 pocket knives at the' i \ ,

__ a lando. 96t. i I KUslmmee.Drug Co. Low Rates to the 'C4ralval.. +l.eLer.1a. 4 a, s arss e.e.JUST"'RECEiVED .

I' ., l. T- niirnT Trr ? j ? Leonard WIHl4ms of Louphnr.ari For Sale: -A" good one-Jiprse wagon. All Of the'rallroadi. 1 ttlhe-itae t: east r: : T

TCLEPHONB. NO. 11. was in town yesterday,. Apply to J. L.''Moon.: ' 1et118-/ of ChaL ahoochee river haVe'AnnOunoed, FULL LINE' OF k :

J:' EVEtt? FRIDAY Deputy sSheriff-Sam Orlftinof.. Or E.eriM cents.spent at Mrs.'PlIleyT's low rates to the.Ja.ckaoGvU1e.c&l'nlval.. ./* < ",, > t.- - .? _ ,
PUBLISH} ; Round trip tickets will be sold ..
l lando was in town'vesterday i millinery daily
'1. .. ? store gives you. 'a chance at from October 25 to 31, Inclusive :
at the j
-By- A pencil lveD, HI beautiful raincoat.
& .wlth each tablet to rated one fare for the rood ?
dI ta.'F4Al1Ale school children at Osceola,Pti.r W. J. : trip, W.hite"
) McCracken
w. Dac" arrived 'wlth his plus 25 cents, and.wilt be rood to leave R.Q.S'CJi.Goods.
;.=!!:;:.::=. Flaming Pocket Lllfbter.Ianlr.edwithout carload of horses last Friday and"has Jacksonville, returning, on any train,
matches fI.... disposed of them during I . .
.OFFICIAL' WEATHER KBPOBT. or See them at several/of the up to'mtdnlght bf November 1st.- : 4
Kisilmmee Drug Co. .week. ., The carnival "
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Aar Ave.r.. ()eI". .Un...1>p>ratu-> for mdlmr. Thar We now. have In stock a 'l pleDdl The cornerstone? for.the new HighSchool crowds' of people from attract all parts great of :

line of both pound and box station .building 11'now In place I and Florida,.and many peon .. )In .hl.| .ee.... l- .,. .. I. .."
Kisnlmmee'Drug Co. everything is in readiness for the exercises don have made engagements 10 .
I I meet I .. ., .. '
ii- I ..... "III' Via' Slove wood "Silvered in town at. to be held next Thursday, October friends from other part of the State '- .. .. : ." "ftCann'd'F "ft-j ,

: 15th. In Jacksonville
I I-I---' l.QO) per strand. been during the carnival;
Ift-tf KlSSIMMKB LrjMBER CO. Mrs. G. B- Woodal. who has The carnival management announce
.... 8l\.1 fill that the best .. :
I ill for very high-class .tl'ac-
quite time. Is
l I some now.
Use Plank's Cbtll Tonio. Ouaraa- pon- to. Jellies, Jams, Marmalades' Vegetables +'
.n.ra.p ..... . Ha I ci I .isStow' : tend. Print 25 cents. Sold "by : all ed tfl, be In a very critical condition, lions have been secured from the great -
__ ., .,.4...I '011\\ I 4Ii ,711I druggists. uin-8 and her death Is liable'shy, amusement resorts of the country, and
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12 GII 1 that there will
moment. number of
w..tQ....... .... .,:: I '.!!, I tl7 ,sa R. D. Fuller and wife returned to Have Your : European novelties that have. never
Piano Tuned.
110. -Mr. M.
,, I Lakeside Groves last Monday, after a Stoddard before been seen in the south. The L': t ::
: brief visit here 'relatives and a practical tuner' from the will :
._.. _, friends. among Ludden-Campbell-Stnlth Co. of Jacksonville of Midway special contain a large\ numb-- r
and will .be much
I will
be here about the-15th
::4-% %% % Miss lemma Futch returned from her InsC: Orders for tea ing and repairs larger than. in former )"rt.
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home at Hampton last week to resume may be left at the Horn Store . ._ 'W!
phone T
her duties as one of the teachers in 1M. Missionary Society Meets. Ja.

lT.m: LOCAL fICLD.! the High School.D. The High School building committee The: Missionary Society of the Vietbr .

N. Floyd has purchased from A> met yesterday receive bids for the odest church held Its regular. monthly .
E. Donrgan; the"J.A Andernon .place plumbing/ to be installed in the ne w meeting at the residence of.Mrs.-John . A.' CARBON J. A. CHANFOIUX- , __ ,I..L.WPPSIC d "! . t Y
,aa_-..... .... on upper Main "street and will occupy school building and the contract.... Overstreet In' North. KI.Ummee-on PTMtdMlt. Yk. tha.Id.nL. .e..wnr7.. .

It as a residence. let l to,n. L Rathbone of Jacksonville, I Friday afternoon. Qutte a large num. ....
;3r Wade the Tuner. Orlando. ( The regular monthly meeting ut the his bid of S1.3OO' being the lowest re ber were! -eMwxIanoo' which showsan -+. (
apply to M. Village Improvement Society will be ceived. increasing Interest In the work;
Dwellings, for !rent _
Tiller held at The Inn next' Tuesday afternoon Mrs Woodward. read' teteresting K1SS1MMEE. LUMBER .CO: Rr RrRough

McCall'I Patterns for sale by A S.Ollbert. .' at 4 o'clock. TWO DELIGHTFUL: EVENTS. ; paper on the life and .work of .'i t
Mrs. ZIpperer returned to her homeat Mary Lyon She also gave' the society -" ,

New of while material) for fall Fort Gardner on the Steamer Llllie 1'1".. Bert Bryan Eutcrtalna at a beautiful talk on missionary
line yesterday after a visit here with her a work. A duet by :Mrs. Jackson and
waliu at KATZ'S. daughter, Mr ."'W. B. Johnston. Liwen Shower-.d the Youwg Miss Gardner was.very much enjoyed. '
_ Moodv -Rlrervlew{ was in Mr. Overstreet, assisted by Miss
Hiram Refrigerators, Ice cream freezers, People eJoy a Boat Ride. and Dressed't:
Gardner, served .
delicious refresh.mentsconylsting
town :Monday.A. Mrs. Bert Bryan assisted Miss
Hammocks. Canopies, and all summer bv
E. Drought and wife visited Orlando goods at bargainprices. for Mary C. Bryan and Miss Berta Bryan punch. ) f' ake.. sherbet-, and ,'

Tuesday. cash. s.e..G. How. Co. I entertained delightfully Saturday afternoon The next place of meeting will be Pine Lumber. .
... ;Y F.. D. Hogan of .Lou l1man transecta Mr". S J. McLeod. of Jacksonville, from 4 to 6 o'clock at a 'linen with Mrs.John Beaman on Friday. 1 ,1
'\! business in town Monday. editor of !the state organ of the Masonic shower in honor of Mrs, Bunyan November 6th; -.... Lq 1J
Remember today end t.umorrow.are.. fraternity, was In the city a few days Stephen, who at'Mlss Helen Barton .. .. .
opening day at Mrs. Pille,'a. this wee: in the Int.ere.\of his publi? McClure. of ShelbyvIIle Kv., was
cation. married on September lUlh to Ilev.Buovan Wilbur McCoy to Attend.

M. M. Kitchen of Jacksonville was Stephens, paster of .the .Klaslmmee ..Judge' OF..PJU..k.r.-A..c..L.--.r.ot. HOUSE I'r
Kldll-wll I
-iQ'town Saturday and SundaVi- The Rev David D. hold church BILLSASPECIALTY, ";,
Baptist : ,
Tiller has bought the Jones cot services in the 'Episcopal Church on at this place. received a telegram, ,
M. i Aiding Mrs. Bryan; In arranging forthir answer
to sentfrom
tap in rear of the Lake Bouse. Sunday -holycommunion at 10.30 little. social) function were the Cor. general yne Immigration Wilbur of .ID'I an.rawawetiwa

'' Lace curtains and figured lawns at and evening. prayer and sermon. at 4o'clock. young ladies{ of. the Baptist Sunday I t A. G.L., stating that he would agent be gladto
t. f school and ,he members of the ForLt..o .. .
out price at tTtanford's.'a meet with the Board of Trade on ; +.vsevrw. """'
:Miss M. C. Bryan the emol nuA<.cb. Club, ne"I'I.U of whom were '
Mwasl50)ceutsa.yearA011bert ID I night Mr..
\ I f snot, School the, returned>,third home-last grade In'week the from High 1 present Eacb on this occasion.-cOrdlally"recelredand .poHlOIl to Jxiof Immense McCoy advantageto is l.
f j guest; was
Boys' knee pants at plain' and KATx'a.Mr. Knlokerbgcker .,:- I LMarshalyllle I dm. ,.where' she had been!1 u.b.recllnto the large living room KissiiiiDea, and it is In hoped:advertising.' there w'fll its resources be : Sunny South 'Sta
styles visaing relatives. I where she
{ !j was presented to.l Mr. Stejphens a full attendance the il. ,
W"'Kreef. dletlg1
',,' H nVy It. Overstreel has N'uroi i i! Cap. Klchard' Marks. Frank Powers '' andfbls charming bride who was gulshed gentleman. '
}: ed from. buslnesb trip to Miami. and Geo. A': De Cones, prominent j;becomingly gowned In white mull and r M
'.w., The Home Store are agents for the j Sanford people/ere in town Monday I I!I tea, fashioned princess, and wearing A.!lk.alwr Up'* L. H. INOR ; 'ProprJet r.. 11a..a.-- -

i White Star laundry.; Phone 1M. looking after businees'-connected. with a large black picture1. hat. .laden with! may aIi'be very well so far as the trusts .......a....+.w......................... ...a.M .
.,. rqUV of matting at cost., for the St. Cloud deal. ., oltrlch. ,.plumes. are concerned but not when .It : t: '
Forty ; comesto
I I"eub i' \ l'L
1 S. C. G. .How. Co. I II. 'I Col. P.-A Van Agnew went: up' toJacksonville I I leading At 5 o'clock the way.the the guests young of" people honor, 'the chills and fever and malaria. /Quit 1 LIVERY SALE all BOARDING ,: Ez }, r

,Uajfe TOUB hat trimmed over.t Mrs.illly's : W. Ward, secretary Tuesday of night the to United meetC. took their places *at the attractively quinine Herblne-and take Contains a real curetBaliard's harmful- : .

I. '. and get a chance lhaoounly at the coat. I.I I Land Company, who was expected j I Ij I decorated .dining table, where .was. drugs and is as certain as If itdoelo ...... '. ? .Ptpre loa_ i/ d
The Octobe'r'ferm of court j I down from Philadelphia. (served a dainty refreshmentcourse( 't cure you get your money back; -- ---- .
will next Monday October 12.:! consisting of VV aldorf salad and tiny
oooTene. ,
bv Roberson
"; : )I Sold .Pharmacy. Well equipped with New Stock
""For .' in trade \ I j ORgANS-Weha.etwogogd.econd- !j biscuits, followed by oat jelly with ) and Vehiclesi and n'
j every- cent. you IlfII' ,band organs Sterling and Estey, In whipped cream and cakes. A' fasclns .', prepared to meet'all'demands
Tbe Misses Millinery : with Perfect rfaotian.
a chance at the rain coat at Mrs. Pitif 'Delaney Sa>tfs-
fine condition for
sale cheap cash ors s ating wlorschtmsot green,white and I .
l..Ju'. ''Installments, Call and see them. dining Opeat . . ,
pink prevailed throughout" the t l. Orlando; . .. t
r 'All the J..4tel should rift the mil- j HOMB STOHR, j I room the place cards being huge-four,,) Muses
,Mrs. l lUJe,'.... ". '\'turned residents and northerners tub o i'these tin's, and the11 ilghlad. candles \IDI announce(of millinery their fall Wednesday and WI and'OpeD"-Thurs-" . .:HeA.Y.t1A.ul.NG., : .ASPECIALITY: .j: ..\

,:),f.\n-. V/ariog and childrenTbeladlesoftbePresbvterianchuroH- wlnter'andiroronrptesehZtodicatloas ,having shades of white: with clover+; d.y...{ iwber.lftLodlbth..OntheseAsks .
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smadowa from. -Maatlaed, 44'ueada-"tO. there\ will! .be' lesf design of Bteen applied: .bey'wlll have ,
j on disply a .1arQsassortment
....I.I".el..t"'..," greater number In Klsstmmee this Suspended from chandelier was I of '".
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and .
millinery \
%. ''a large white basket with, clover decorations foreign y .... .... . .-. "
season ,history i and domestic pattern hats persqnal v ._ 'u --- -.T '!' -u ..u l u, .........JII.... :--
In which the ..Ul.IIIM1D gifts 1 1 : r
}will sell ice cream at Miller's: store on.ThursdayOctober.15th. d Carroll's'commlssarv; selected IfI'omi.t.b. : largestmillinery
I Mr. !.4D. at' / '
oPtbe .
girls"were concealed. Tits bottom 'WHAT1T'MEANSI.
t 1t. --oei 'Marydla wag broken Into last Sunday of the basket was'held.& In place by houses the north; essv and i west I . "_!. . ', _.
\. Mist Ruth'Jones returned to Winter. nlghvaaJ about. forty dollars', worth, man. tiny ribbon born. from..bleb Miss .Dunn having;, visited :'St..Louis f:" I MM* ......_k..s Buk*Oipltal I li. for.' or .*f dieewrace. ....', 1 'r'I
F'Parkon Wednesday to resume her of goods stolen., Sheriff;.Prevatt la the'long streamers found .theirf and Indianapolis, and together with tw.'ra a kuk of mttoor M CMPW)...MM"'dla lu..MvlteL % 1 . v
'. |studies! ,ltt' Rol1la. College. ' Crow at work on the- ease and U there"..locRtheolothveoding'atZ.ob. plate way Miss Ethel? DsLaney,'New. -York''end : "' : A '3A1 K'S <,ITA.L'AND r SURPLUS: ; \- .

,:'Postmaster' W.'.L.- 'Van Dusor re Is aD"'oo..lble-l way'to uncover the. In a pretty trove \A, a -rrl n. signal Baltimore that purpose as, well as i ibe fo.d that ....-eta the d.redos. tree Par: theNf.M i.raa k.... tM .
turned ,'rota'I'.n'eiiended trip In the perpetrators be will surely-do it."A''hone . front .the 'hostess tbs ribbons to spend much i'time.In'' studying the ,, .' rrwar, pr.retlau lb......_.._. nil...... W r "- ,
north4ast Saturday nlfhu '< which exotted'aonsld ; were. stv lei.Inorder that. they might give f ,Capital of ...r t'k ,.., . .;: .. ;...... ,., d0.coo a o' .
race pulled and.tbe shower '
i simultaneously Pu.4H .' .
Surplus ... .
f: .JI.... Bender returned home 8aw'l'-. arable interest among local sports ...u j of linen elefJded'direor.l" In front of.Messd'1drs.8tspbes.The by their oloHlollo.patrons the.._very of latest approved also = ..yitrt .::."'y ...=:, "" '!!." fi:Liti4i'"'" ....a.....unr.r., +"y,i;uc-W.eos.s u' JI\OOOUD. "'"snX.-.L.; :. dce
,day night from Glen Falls, N. X. pulled off 'at.. Walter'_Bass pasture.. little ex'clamatlons'of 'a.ntlO.Y" '
AT.rl.fl---------------. '
have a nice U"o""be season's innovations ,, ', ,
where-M.; : ...she--l..P.spent.:Shtrp.Lhas.movedintobins the summer: ', '> J yesterday'5 horse afternoon and.Joe between Ward'Bob mare Johnson -< bride as each dalat appreciatloa_plece..o'-b.Ddl,; from the- such as*the dlrectoire and ;' .Tbryr.ae4rfaY0U.:on. _tMt_..._"...*'113,011O.''' *.**. *"f*eiw.. ..... !.....+l." ,! .""plum
,", Marfaii 1 Ollbert'e,ne*,'cottage Johnson's horse:grinning'a.berace' by'several "pas' unfolded to view were elo- paradise aigrette deeo'&r.loD'the STATE BANK"OF'K'S811 MEE'-" : ., '

$; near the..Method chuscb ) lepgths...:, ?; \ *:of;; 'queD'.oll'lI'U.b delightand Sincerity, beautiful shades of and ami berry 1 . . ..??_. -___ .. .. -- .
, ,.;MUs 13nai Mesa, the new teacher to and her: supply of adjectives' was simply taun/t ...... ... ..,..}: 'ti' "or'. -- ;;: :- ;;;
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famlly.'whohatie .ndtQ'M-be latestParis ., .
; 't.'B'B''OU1.
expressionfor Uie-High.-School', marvelous. e', '<. .* 'j :: .... conceptions 1'. "' ,._aIMMIE&{ .:O..ID'.;... .". \! .
been, I''ndingtha'p.azNVeralmonths rived from her home In /Georgia l lastweek Aroooe ;those presentyer*. !Mra. /j A. c NIMIi w'Lir" .., 4 t' .
.t'0ar3rj<< et.rsedPast8lturdsy.! : , '. Bert Brfao.Me. and Mrs.Bunyan '"The puollq .is mosteordiaiy lprited.; ,. C.' ape r y' k' \ > :'r.'raAisow." 'i.
and 1."be opening of the school ,
At small ,' Misses. Berta> Bryan.'"Mary t . 1.- > Ylcr/reeibet; ,. ..,. . . '
,.. FOIL rAt bargain, Ore.t on Monday she; rave a' reading which Stephens ......1'7. --'p .
proof safe In good condition J , ':*' ;" convinced all present of ,her!; capability. . C. Bryan. Sue Means, of Oxford 1 Oa.} The-' the f:.White. Star .

.UiT.",..u l .H,' *",: 'Ht1IUof"JII. ,, < _- ",K :;. ; :;"" -_ HI.' Emma Hinton Patch .Mlaml.-'Alleen'Moop'ElolseAlbert : ,- !,; )laundry; agency fob at.Lbe:: ,Homers. ... ; .- -' _- ,,;. . _, ...J!
was Graves
,, Waive: mskiog'exceedingly' close J Owing to'tb.. fact that a majority of and If 1011..I.b.1O. b..Ibe..boJre.nOn710u :=
prices on.furalturaf .rtbe next-sixty Us members are afflliated with the dltferent O'Berry Oraos"Jf111t,. Ruby; rAnnleCarson Ellis Cornelia,-Morri:- Kale weekly, just ring up 154. and KissiinmRg: -i:r rv .

fdays, fOI'ca.h., ,1:1": .v.orBow.3o.' i fraternal organizations in town son, Mattle.Bell Woodal Eva WoodaULDorotby' .- you will be put OD our list' and called ... . .

. +rbar'fah; .ROOdiaomfet; dillfata7oinsiteCLUi l L- and will be.Je.Uoioa the parade-anyway-as-a.body-will! *-net theCarpenters .... ; BestIAsmall .. .soT3ryiw < ''\. _" 1'F."ir\" , CMh'"IYP9.11-ehlafesamtapers.asnd,; I. Tampa 9ap '. .. OPPOSITE. cn usT'[" zi. Cift1RC :- .. .J,.-1.-, -' *"',.'. IUndfjr')1lew ;
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pslrtlolpste'1o'tM: cornerstone . ;j't; l'lc>>ti--- :> ;;) '? .
exercises :;
, .. .r; :: ,
; ) [ Management withThorola9h Experience I
:r.,) : ( .. ,KA ... on October 16th.\ or ," I | and Up-t'o-Date-.

I VCbristlan apd'", MlMloparyAlllano"BMetinr Cb.lrmaaW'Bass, Sr, of' the chaperoned by party Mr.;otyouogtpsopis and Mrs Banyan; S ''AtCbsfforCiisb.Velvets' : / Blacksmith Wheelwright .and- Horssshort"l\ : _, : .' "',''

at the.Alliance hall next Turn Board of County Commissioners, has Stephens enjoyed the moonlight on the t .. ,' \.
faj evening;; Mr. Foster will! preach. been'serlouiljr ill for the past several lake Wednesday "night, aboard the now going worth at 70c.Sl.OO, Braids and 91.25 formerly a ysnt Alj. Kinds Blacksmith/'W'h..lwrlcht'.Workaric' : !' ...ora..hoe'in."- -
days,'but his physician,1 Dr. W Inn launch Linda -
,reports going over to Paradise
; _U'calied'tiSTtheannounceent \ : '
Attention SpecIalty.
y ( ll.OO bunch now 65a.. ".118. Pn.ixv.ATTQUNBYATIAW. : a !* ;{
tits condition1 .somewhat improved Island and returning to thecity About iI
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tits Issue of- the I
\ In millinerypenlofof :: I -
this morningHe Is. however, 10:30 o'clock. ; t.-, -
A'lres ? WORK
Smith of Orlando. ? '
, *. no yet'out of +'danger and'' 1s still a Those III ths party>.w..Mr.-and ((3F ALL GUARANTEED. TO ,SATISFY.; '
I .; ';swell of ooinhe'bar. Brushes; sick :-- ...
A line pry manj > MrSv'iStspbent, Misses Firma Futch, ; ; ,
tb brushes rubber roods, In facts T.,WrElU., ;wha'secured the'con: Alleen Moon Eloise "Moos, >Albert s i 1 I ...llcltV.rrMe.' '... : 'r. + : -
1 of druggist sundries at rockGet'you'r'school' tract for the new fraternal building toebbe UtDtoD.Sue ideas, ,_Jesna Uardoer. +' O. ..RIQHr1S N ' : ..
klJ [ and -WoodflnTearsonsTDrT-Jrvr.. : ___ gWl l tre.Xse__... ._ ; ._ Y'
pr ac9.o001a.harrow J't1; Masoas-and Knights! of : '-a. '' 7 <.. \
the made his bond and qualfled. l- Simpson, Mr. Charley Moon'and Mr.' -*<- ,
; sufcpVes,.from 'Office in the 1 Court HouseKIssfrnme4 .' .. t'flOQERS'
Field Messrs. _
*"-. .. Drug' ..Company."." .'.Ground was broken for the foun and Guy Qardnernd ; ,- Cei Weather Ad'r c:41"" ":' -
ry a fall line, and.t\ they .Then! datlomtthis week aud Contractor Ellis Jack :pats In charge:. of the .boat, A : -' 'FJ r da. jIo ; d.IJ. LIVERWORT'
wlll rdvr it- for expects be ready for';'the' laylon'of i to all: .Is to beware' f jboughs . tTAM AND OANCMALAVUA -
at you "I'D.t"! :,jon' the. cornerstone on October 16th. ',;:Th., >rlends 'of Xfrs.'A.L.'Woodward .: With whom.will. be associated In toe I on the cheat,"as.neglected. they readily '' for_u.. eomoUt* I'II.of co....., OoMs. '. -,,
,'lfaor T,_Mn- Iarphy. chatrnun-of S. --. 5 J' entertained her delightfully at asurprlte / trial" of causes the-'law'(firm' oft lead-'to pneumonia 'consumption or Aada and Bronohttti evil all fans..owpWae
IvndliiictoiHHuaBpHVm. Ur a.a
High School" building eomnilttse, ; -- Millinery OJtalaf) :' parts-,-on.Ttesdsy evening "Tastev sit arlow' of, v. r-'?\ 'other",' pulmonary, troubles. ,.3sat-as Wild Clierrvr have tor .wW::. q '
red notice .>- terdaythat the if.belne her sixty fourth birthday. ' the.ough ablialiM reputation m. '
.per Construction CO., contractors ;'MI.. Mattis ;'Bandy holding her On,account of the inclemency of ..(lrltiiddoP.r :. soon as appears l.reaU'wlUl lB the Ballard's Horehoond Strap the dtu..s"n bssir.nwih ..f.' ...I4t>e.ilhiM :; -- ".-... '
I*the new bo lid Ing, had quallOed byrequired fall' millinery opening today'and weatheroulte. .number P5ar ?
: to- were -j revented standard cnr.ofAmerlai.; 'Use as d I- 41.I.AICLjo14 only by Oma .. iMo ,
( bond. t-4. p.orrow-.a d-a1 tuba ladles-of town :trOni'""atUndlng., ; 'Mr..',Woodward ItflIt. ,j'' rected-perfectly: harmless.,. A', cure "
bo m that, there., will .be no fur- and county are1 invited to eefland Id"' Kcelved many 'useful and,. beau, Farming'land: at Hammock'XJro l e and preventive--&lJ disease*of the Use old""newspapers--fa., 'your boas*' ;
hitch J and that'. the, work will be spent her < i from.tbU on,&lit completion. on exhibition. _.- , '1"I which she is.held by- all.'r-, 'need; ,lApplv to;Mr., Drought.' ,39.i1 ..'' .tie. Said .by,Roberson's ,Pharmacy.r at 20o per'hand red. _
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-- 1 SllPRENAC] f" STATE GLEANINGS.Arraiijenieats ,i J i ; said the!.' mai ..

RGNTtrBR.. > :\\. :::: an argument .WOMAN'S! / -

have been complete II' own lion'
with tbe famous Cincinnati Keds'"tspend < suicide '
In NaraT Store Market is Woi the winter -on the east spat have'
k ., at different points. The first arrangement i"1 to pr 1'

: ,Jacksonville., of-tho Cincinnati Red was to co ? BACKACHE
MANGEBy: .from Jacksonville' where they art 1 New York City,-Theslmpleblouse: ; : a' minute tfia

'r scheduled to play, to Key West. thence Is always. the useful ones and this : cool naturc.
: J4NUARX to Cuba. But wishing to gel with th< on his. way.-

crowd, they changed their plans. They i .
- ;
will play In Augustine.. Ormond .
v .Assericaa Naval Stores Company' RtJ West Palm Beach and 'Miami. ..Tb 4. CURED. I

.. saevw lt. From . various local teams "will be In read; .......
'mh b'Florid Metropolis InesB'to"glvethts.celebratedball' team r ;: Tlii.atnet!' v* -

-...... -- a close:,"'pull I for tbe honors, :of the .... in 1K-

.Ii' '."Jacksonville yia.:-TheAmericai 'game.Tf1e'trustee.' of the recently'defunctBible .- t, year&ase s.I Iiad. ;\

j, ,:Naval Stores company; 'through usecretary. and tuo .no
conference and tbe members oltho. ; ,. '
;, .
Charles "J. DeLoacu, haij .
Ministerial Association, of whlctRev. t any peace bfr '
: .
** annouuoed Its i tentlon-t.O-flmove-tt.-; Thomas P. Hay. pastor of l\1.\ '' hot ''.In'1I\8-: +
''headquarters out ot.tho of Oeor ;
.Soap. Cullruri
Pre Church of Camel
;it Flay air b 'Lx>ach slating that Savao .First v 1110. and byterlan one ot'' tbe most wld.elj\ ;. ...,, aDd bt. ,IMr

-nab would- ba abandoned as a bead known- nd--inot l prominent->> .minister! ; ._They; cur' Quarters foi'IJi."corporation'wtlirihi.end .. r Lh tin I
'iii.;. of the present year. and.that they < ;in the stale Is president have, decided I !; ,to anylhin- ;. I :
-Ranted \ to band., together in the effort to bring
:. opened'hi I
wouldbe. JacksofiVlll und
t *, ',"l'be.Cormal, change )l"\to take I tha !IIIble 'conference and .cbautauqun. grippe a pain in : ,/' .
to Oalneitvllln for the coming' season .. J
place. on January LThelannouncement Shotefforts. it jntn.jnv. lee,
: : coming fast' 011': an1l1uccell. The Bible evidently conference erowp and n-"reak
I the discovery ,,that tbo United State., chautauqua. have been 'of eat bone .wonl tMVn to. woman's organism. It quickly,calls tit.
government is again conducting an Investlgation threeor i : but i it attention trouble'by aching; It
for (he
Gainesville past 1 1i
fit to
Y into naval .stores but the Cuticurg
the four years, and those who .have tells with other symptoms, auch'as
.Iness. *:M caused a ,rumor that aie' ; the break
r been .attracted. there on this account nervousness headache, pains in the
of the reasons lor tho change .of location I' Henncn Milan
f 'contemplated la a desire I 10 will'' be pleased to learn that the attractions loins, weight In the lower partofthe
which are both elevating body that a woman's feminine
change from the Jurisdiction one ,
I' und Instructive, will be ,continued--. t itnmediatoattention.
federal court to that of' some othei organism
Officers ot the 'company, retime to as The> occupation tax laws recently; / you to taki: In such cases the one sure remedy ,

t slgaa-reasou,. but state that the ret passed by the city council of Daytona, Mr. Orowells! which speedily removes the cause,
moral has been- In view about tw>>> has aroused considerable, opposition,. .)::' and restores the feminine organism tl'

,', onths. I being very unpopular with a majority -i-iI ( Olmme some to a healthy, normal condition:-LT -
Lik l of the businessfirms and-citizens ol:
The corporation' capitalized : Post.
the millions, and' its coining'to Jack that city. The majority of the businessmen ,-. LYDIA E. PINKHAM'SVEGETABLE'COMPOUHD
'.... .
+ 'onvlllo establishes 'tbla cltyV posl having petitioned the council to :
the this law.-'which--ttfteT"'two -council I, Of Clarkn111.l
Uon as one of the foremost among repeal
naval stores markets of the country.. meetings they failed to do': will' J model can be clotted with big buttonsornYlalblr / 23, oosoma 1907; "I 1;; Mrs. Will Young, of 0 I ColumbiaAve. .
,Orders...'". lrtnuly-liaen, ued-J..a.: takA_r.P"CWledJ: UQJL.galnst the en '
:-- ordIDance.--- --- a s liked, rtbfl; but noth ., Itockland, Me., amy: {
.office men >h the company's employ! .torcement, of his TUl1UBtraMd got TSTTBBIBK. 1 was troubled for along time with
at Savannah to prepare to move tin-it' A flve-year-o1d' daughter of Mr. and "V ao tbaokfal.'" dreadful backaches and a pain

1 families to Jacksonville before Janu Mrs, Savler Orilllii of Quincy: died ro- ., to simile side, and was mIserable every way:
.* : Gently of lockjaw, the result of having I by druggists 01 I doctored until I was discouraged and L
ii Savannah: and Jacksonville's fight' her bare foot slightly scratched
ti for naval stores market supremacy while at pla.y. !It seemn dangerous -- what Lydia 1C. .Pjnkham's: Vegetable
; g has been, a bitter one and the effect In this ",'. of tbe removal Is expected to "ba! splinter from an old fence! accidentally I nrlsi docitlud to try it ; after taking three .
.\ the has been ; l bottle I that I never felt : ,
'.. great. run Into flesh II .can truly'fcay
.. Joys '
known to produce,, let aijua.: I ; aO>a"ellin my Ufa."
r EXPORTS FROM PENSACOLi i should Mlojc; :Mrs. Augustus Lyonof East Earl I
I That the Judiciary of Florida eliow>> ,
r '' Mooth, of-'September- Fell Of) be Independent of the leviblaluro and amnhnnucr, 10.. writes to 3Mrs.\ l'Inkham :
'During '
the fearless In JIIIBHIng 1 had backaches,
thcreTorn more very severe
t In Valuation. the upon 113 acts wall i.robablj the : lli1 wonder presninff- Pensacola Fm-Exporta from ;
JI of Pensacola, during the month Idea In the minds of the framers of fuss:; and had no appetite. Lydia E. ;
port connllliulon when they lire- us! ham's Vegetable Compound cured me
the state'
did not reach' a large'Uvalnatlon '
of September scribed the saint: ies of judges uf oertMii Sun and made me fuel like a new woman."
put to the small!! qnantlt
and timber! nKlppud to the 'courts while they left It to the FACTS FOR SICK'W'OMEN. ,""
ot. lumber ;
f ;various
x/: there has been but few months In' lh otber caballed Btnlo while ofDclals the from object BOVernor ....25c a bulk ham's Vegetable Compound, made "

;history of-the--port where the-exporti down. Hut has r -- from root.lland herbs! has beenthe
the provision
: of lumber!:! and timber have been small was praiseworthy conditions standard remedy for female ills

.l......._., ''er'' than the past month. Charters come hove to be greatly oppressive changed because since 1885.- for making and has positively cured thousands
however, for this month show that 'who have been troubled with
will be about normal, t The length of the. ballot to be voted
a shipments from
'.* the foreign markets have advanced : nextNovember' will be all the proof '. man displacements, inflammation,ulceration
i considerable extent, and many of 'the folly of continuingto fibroid tumors, irregularities,
to a have been sold. The valuation necessary place the names on the ticket In step In your periodic pains backache, that bear-
of shipments to varlotis countiles'dur- 'alphabetical order without regard to 4 Lig-down fcelinc,flatulency,indigos.Uondizzinesgornervousprostration..

ing.Hhe mcnth of September accordIng party, leaving It to the voter to remember $ ) has foolish -

J to'reports complied by customhouse i w.hlch are his party's candi Star

officials, are as follows: France,, date. An. analysis of the vote showed The .Housekeeper's Error.

4, 14 ,458; Germany $400.408; Italy 'that a large proportion of the voters Women's '
.3IIOIl: Netherland., $27.887; E uR- i were bewildered and, that many democrats Ne"ouso-, A young married woman wall'.ed
land 3T9.137| BrltlBh'' Honduras $1!1- voted for candidates of other ) Effects immo- Into' .a grocery store the other d31IIngri

470; Argentina. $1,000British South parties without Intending to dor so.. at drug. with stores.he t to the roots of her hair. Throw-
Afrlca, $9,082; Portuguese Africa The tendency Is to'ole for the first FL'y
Ing a piece of yellow substance on
azard.Brook.vllla OSES"
;Y $31,151:;: otal,'$94442. !name on the Hat at ) I 'J.j.'d -the counter she shrieked forth thegrocer's "'
Is to have'.t brick company I '! don't see ,
TO CONSTITUTION. clerk who had' taken refuge
AHENDMIAT,, capitalized at 40000. It Is to sell your
removed from Townsend...., fifty cents !. behind the counter:
That. Will Bs Sub. : ere-- a"wlnilIeilT ls' The"soap-- -
Thrii Pr po where It operates a plant .under the you '
10 t"' '4matted to the Voters of Florida. name of the Townsend Brick company. I / strike out that: does the Washing" : alone; the f.

.t' _.Tallah...... Fla.-:-'Tha- voters of ., but will change lts/ name with ....,' and .soap that makes wash day a thing _..
..01111'attention -
r- Florida .boulcl-I1'cf' tot Its locution. Some of the-finest brick testimonial's': of Joy; w )en lbe "housewife"ma'y'lrtf

: ,to the three proposed amendments thick they clay In Florida Is said to be located In her. easy chair and receive callers; ,t,
:'the sttae constitution '
ri -will be expected to vote upon Novem"ber near brooks vllle. . and UsJM -U1 the': soap that makes lather) flue .

S. One of these contains the' prop- Key'We.t is already reaping the : enough for:a man to,.ba"4t .1\1th. but v :.:=,
good results of the fight It has ,made . .. which take. stain-ho mat.
I't t osltlon that' the salaries of Justices authenticity .>*. T..... 'o't, every
of the- supreme court, circuit judges topret.etvlt the value and of '; : what yon of what- nature--from the linen.
and Judges of the criminal courts or of Its name as applied to brands" .ITT: :!; plainly printed Here Is the soaps ', _' : !4'ter
r ,tbe legislature !gars. ia.almplyl/cal./ "be- "
,record .shall be'' fixed 'by ; form, sad the "I b'et'your pardon tna'am"" 'Loo.f'
ftf, In Its history experienced "
section 'Florida has
would repeal '
,ft ; ''Tbjs ; of a drought as that grown people fan .t he clerk. JfJ'< .
the'salaries Intense
6 which fixed so
article "Nevpr mind, sir; don't Interrupt
; these officials"at certain flJUr .. An- which afflicts portions of broke In the Irate bride.
Steel roe.
other prdvldes'for! the levy of a speclal Pennsylvania and Eastern ..
have "But. ma'am insisted the clerk,
varlou. and coal mines
tax for the support of the mills, coke ovens the admiring
if state schools. At present these are been compelled>> to close down water Ideas which plcktngp' the piece! of yellow stuff ,

,Dependenti, upon tbe appropriation Is retailing at 10 cents a gallon crops the woman had thrown: upon the coun-(

granted by each biennial legislature.The have been burned up and plowing for. musical com ter. "this isn't soap this Is cheese." ,

thlrdl\ relates .to the creation and tall crops has .been found Impossiblebecause .' happens." "CheeseI"! exclaimed the astonished
establishment 'of additional Judicial of the soil being baked so ; ?" woman.' "Cheese?" 4.. '
In '
'circuits and addition-lo the powers hard. Similar conditions.' prevail w 'Ira-la-la.' "- "Yea ma'am your husband bought Jj '; j

of the railroad commission. It Is an .northern Indiana. three pounds bf soap yesterday, and" ;i\J
+3S-ot-artlcle 5* vetorju_ lgar. !! !: _
;a441Uon t0 7 ectlon Tampaas-to bare-a- 'also thfe pounds o?"-chee5e.""TilsIt -- "

HARE HAIR GROW. factory. One .and a halt stories will '. the cheese ma'pin." '- 1
4 SPRIN6T0 r..c.t.tI. ;
.J /. if.TA. ._'.i"'' be below the level ot the ot; ..tu006 ,- lAooou. matter ">Vell that accounts for the olb-' ,, '
lathe neighborhood Dull beaJnuhe .
to-cost | "- . Florida ..
# .On ,Bald Heads la and will be ene of the largestIn Blearod Eyes, er thing also aald the young housekeeper ;
.'' Baiter's Search of cigar, tactbrles. ] are the surest becoming mlliler In temper ;', I
that city
.Punta Oorda.; Fla. -Editor Jordan, conference of Seventh l ( ,,'. LITSB; PILL "That's why I .couldn't' get a suds >. i

.t, of a local .paper. Is responsible exists for near the Day The AdventisU Florida are: holding their .t>f( .action They. awaken eJeatise' today, and why-the. welsh rabbittasted l. "

.statement thatft.spring"'Who.e' waters possess teenth annual .session; at the campground weakened. parts,' ,so queerly list nlpht. -, ) ;
n.3' ,,Punta Gorda. hair 111.Palatk. The SoutheasternUnion Prioe ,1
), ? 'the' peculiar, power-tot' restoring discovered Conference cuulsts of the two Ar .. .,- q.t, or direct from Only 6 percent of am putatlort'cases *. :l
t to bald heads;;. This sprint"was , ___..___, Georglthe ,.eastern halfVrViUMD 7S 4 .f M e by mall to any result latally at present, owing tot 4)f. h( .
several years ago ; ,'Wayqro.. O .
t tout' he r.bya'man dledl.Wlthout'h.'allnc; of Kentucky and Tennessee! and FlorJo and can be o tier high T>r'';fib . . Improyementin anttsepUo'surgery- : ,Ii" ll
Elder J .W., 'pt.rlDele of Orlando Paid. ," t '.
Ida. t' ?
'WhereaboutSn-hX: stock company Dutch' neck and with plain '
r"s:'t Inp formed UK:search tor Mud-develop presides and Mrs. a,'G... The Strlngur conference Is square lone'. e1e8. oy''kitii' thos4-of:' elbow moustache NO ,pVSHKlt, ".-- .' r:'
1 '
,+ this 'properttand 'several prominent secretary till October length.' that it"really: : 'supplies a. '.h< ; people have subscribed for expected .to continue: \ I ;.80 IIlustraW In the Rhine "' w....'
Tampa there will made -
thin time great many needs. -
lAiV; 'the\ stock, ',ion-condition-! .that Editor 12. During various the :" weialthy silk : .
the Either to :
and not; be dally sermons, taking up It Is adapted : 'W. have used Postum for jtheiS .,(Iipa.t v
Jordan. wtll..growtOnt hairless branches of their -work.-.There' Is separate waist tot morning wear or .n"aetr... for eight :years;'* writes a Wls. lady J 1, _. k I
_ sjr fe'ttners' : already a good representation"'on the to.the .hlrt."''al.t. dress of linen and .wipi the loss and drink It three [times a 4ay.t.,." 'risver
p heads;; ground and every train brings new. other washable material"whilewhenmade ; adornment tire of It/- f't

PLENTY OF B BllLDlNtt.MATERIAL delegates. as shown:In' the..10.11 -view U : the acquaint. .",.o, several years: J,could searceir
.. .. candidate for mayor ofDuODello 'dressy and A young and I"
Clay Urns.. A certain' becomes muob 'more eat anything on account of dyspepsjabloatlng ,- .
Florida, la Rich' In Brick -,--- .: has oSered,. 11-elected. to slanted"':'.to '.thinner.Ilje"fabraa.r aociaU. after, meals palpitation'sick: ,
.. .' -eton.:and Marble Times- divide ,the :.yearly,salary or' that office .4 lawns,, batistes.feulardf.and t ttte ;: '' '&!'tT'a few '1I..dachlu fact was In such misery :' '

y; tJntonrasys"If.Flor1dipns.Tacka nTWej!* Fla.-The',still build ,between i the* three ,white '>churches.1_.* ot I. like.! ttFor- the ,finish of the square ; from'- or and distress I tried living one hot;water ;; ;r. ,

wooden;-dwelling-houses-In the .main. ;Dunnellon. brinch .tr -TDO\-o .tbe-.afL.4oeLJIot:: )Uama''wanta-.a ., or similar trimming that! prbmisedCto' / 'Tliad-ault'cojree" the!_cause j>ttrouble QI + '_' Pit;;, a
furnish an .abundance of better build- CHrlstlanAssocitlot end- and has 1 liked -can: De 1iBed-.. "and-withthrhtth ; "ThAt".. aad'wa:ualng hot w'sterT 1"'"
'lag material.' Of course all the bualnesaf circulating- to a'that number""of; young neck'-waist,can b bi-word any"one : moustache. t was' this was cot nourishing: " 11

+ houses \tin but larger cities are been signed .by of tbs'one at SuAugustine the tasMonabl collars of the day ,,Its possev VHearlng of Postum I began drink:, a ,
success .
t ,now built of brick stone or-eoncrete. men 'The has stimulated the desire The waist, Is mad with, fronts and : .. \ *, beau ICg lt.and' > my ailments disappeared..' :w .

Florida Is rich'!' la- building material. the 'Magic City with .'.Im- tack. It Is-tusked ovef Ahe shouldersla exceedingly and now" .'I 'can .eat anything rwaqt.wlthout.treoble. J
to provide .
+ The best ot- brick' clay is' to be found liar Institution. a way to mean both, breadth and !: \ brought bin* . r

''In I many parts of Florida rock, there In is West ant With October Is a good time to Inaugurate . tapering lines'and again at the eaatfa: barber and "My parents and husband ',had: .a

abundance of cement such final warfare one the'mos front. The lone sleeves can be tucked'or off. He about the same experience. Mother
found a
'.,orlda, the Dade limestone cxjunty I' will cut like quito. Many are'aware that they were gathered at tbbir-lower edges and that her con' ...would. often suffer after eating? while; ,:. 4'1

Quantities In firsts excavated, yetbe- with us all last winter. The cooler are finished with straight cuffs. Tie +and,;that; he ,drinking coffee. Hy'tJu.baDd waX
t.,.. cheese when opportunity rid of simply gathered but to his a coffee : .'
_ exceedingly+'hard! In SJ few weather gives' elbow sleeves are ; great drinker and aufferedJ,
", copses dliease4>earingjtests> vi'The - that and-headacner < >* ,
.months sad yyeathel r gel |the Into buds I -notified Indigestion .: -! ,
r; ? Pensacola sawn Umber market The quantity.:o1'', material requiredfor I[ become en. "After he stopped coffee and'becan

J 'fCARPEWpS.001ON: \ STRIKE. -. has/shown; .smart advance recently the medium sisd,is four and three- ., keep Poitum-both aliments left''' him. "He ; ;

Jacksonville 'TakeThefr and as 'the demand strong It Is an etght :yards twenty-one or'": twenty- .ca,..' will not drink .anything.. now;:.D/I/ "1
;; J', Men From manufacturers, as well as four.' threeTSBd:: 1UI-bJilf'.r4a thlr.. and de- we have'It three tits could
--.f:. ..J----:; lac...'- #/ Ucipate iJly. I sa. day. I t;
f Deg snd,.-; !' ..-DeLapd I.' now" ex- .exporters, that -thb demand wilt! | not ..,.t"o" or two and' one-half yards fortyfour'Inches .. either W write more, but am no gusher= only, \ '
? and : wide one and three- t ordered state r,
A, pertenctnc,, Its-first labor.trouble only'continue good but that .the present or be plain facts. '?
"; buildings In- the course of erection, advance will bold. The quotations quarter yards of bandlngwhen DutA. . 'of contract ,Name. given by PostnmCoBattle: ,, ,
I 1.1.b.r.. ... are '... a" .tand.Ull. 'For some" totiBcentsj>!!..foot on averages of neck>nd elbow, sleeves are used.Earrfngae ." : Washington Creek.! Mich. Read "Tb." Road, to"Welhlll. "
''uuluii-and-' -- "
_"', .t1Iitb.C&1'P8nt) 80 feet and up on&Dai l ot"4TTesc( ; .. In pkg. +*'l'bfr.a.: Ueo*. A;'
i have ,been pulling\ crosswise The '"
}\} .contractor are the highest for the past year. T son. -

r 1! ,andfew( "days formed ago.t>a y lIulldera'k the te'Land ) general opinion' Is that the foreign Earrings are as .popular .as.: ever !out, sob..- . .-rend theabn'e ectrrT;A f:,,
was causing a against hU -
t reacted,
'association have '
markets of modest dimensions
'f; ., contractors.'' The union demanded demand along the gult: coasts which but they are more" -with you know?" one appears,from time to tlmri': .Tlwy :-,
drops '
; Its be.ingNfuaedbyriiae than"DlOlI. ar
gesulneytrue :
s ; tncreas*In-wages and upon cannot -suppliedowing" ,;:to: mallstocks. ! fulLplJiwpwnl: ,
called : : : ears ; 'JDfeftat- '....". ". "
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M7...tend.. whojw. .1: Tfa t.,;QwaT.catsldered " j '

; a,,fr5a ;,gentleman nay. 1 he*Pinch* 'Came -
te because he
: IvtJt.cfiurt& eem a boon you wears'atore !
,, ; slothes.. Somebody else's so-, ,sad oar frlead deeloed't eat 4ow. *. feltarroeery
called 'gentleman frlepd". Impresses '' kills. II* bought' a a4 .( eoflM

I einna me as a silly ass, and, bvcause his .t U cent sad U lasted exsetlv Ihre. days,

chief Interest ,I.. t la tlsa.. ,aad .tancy'watstcoats. ..1'I.lIlpld., I* Ll'ZIANNE, cllI"' OTfKltt: : tta tficU" lleweatfeaek whlek% ."I

; .. Table manners eonstt- always lasted a week, all tk* Uste dslIcUm
acts ftently! yet prompt:, tote the final teat In'lIOCIai dIr 'sad satisfy'Isr, II* learae.'&he lesson' that, .

1 \ Si *t S.k\ Clea. the wearine; 'pf uspenders wkh- I u' lwsr price .**. .., always spell '**.a..r.,
r one oowet.S.- ian ses out _a coat In 'other. ; It Is probably I HATE TOil I.....,4 It yeti, : '

v t L no exaggeration estimate thenu !. :i' .,iUZlAHKELCOFfElL'' :Jh. Rollr.. .TortorCS. .S'I
'e- '
;; tam o fectualy'assis J I saber- -fUffereat 'descriptions .V.a.A. .
s Wd .yw.e-: . xfZW O>tal.U. ::.00- -. r.EEEEEe
I a gentleman given sine :Mrsn Orundy'began i .
U : .one, m over ong.: .' ; to take a hand In-tiuman so- '' : : tiEEEEEe"E

clety as la, excess of halts million ''
\ abitant: constiation ,. 'Tbw.only war la which i these have,'

; it& uniformly, 'agreed .lv.lathe:_atsamp;, -----
) permanenty! F'l lo gef ,'tlon 'that the gentleman' Is a '

able variety of. man.,. ,and this seem- & arc
::.l> nef f iCo i

the,4enune.; tloNew> : Yor1t' OtoJii-.' 7 ; Vt.L.. . ,
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in SHow
V .. cturod bythoORNIA 'tar
-f-1anuf .
They were on board',the'. excurslo
.Q: : boat bound for EI\;. Joe.. I .1

There wasn't. cloud"la_,slgbtbtibe ; .
; F'xc SXR"p-Co: MW hls-.op'portunlty to get funn!>i,; )//4-/: ta ./ : Y

"Jt looks 11Xe, rain. he said., .
SOLD B'f' NCJJRUCGImtIOf.aomtAn. "What looks like .raln," ebi' CMS

queried. TIVafnosw <; Doctora recommend It in their prescript ';:::"
,. Economlo Brltie. j I .
\ .
1 1A ,
tions. It
) fib cures constipation and indlBastion. ao
.. Seotchmanwlshing to know his I Cannot Bo Cured| ; ) -' Leaves none of the bad effects

fate at once telegraphed a proposal 1.I 11 =sppUoevtlon portion of the as tbeyraanot ar. Threlsemlyoneconmti reach" of calomel and other. violent: remedies. '

. . .. -n'Om the,Izi11 n po11e Newe.CONSUMPTION' ;' of marriage to the lady ot his choice. ..avtooorsdoBfoee aDd that Is by Valuable ar a tonic.I Cures stomach and '' '
!,1r'" After spending the enUre *day at thetelegraph tn tloul: r m dlos. l> mrnesct,is oaosed by anf liver.troubj as.with nature's' remedies .' .t.
inflamed condition of the mocons lining cIhe < Helps every age end sex; '
CQSTS US A BILLION A YEAR. office he was\ finally Knstaahlaa Taboo.' Whoa this taboisw- Hundreds testify to its worth:*:TY.-D'* t
wll-t'ded'laf. in'the veiling' by 1'1 Gamed you have sv rumbling mad orimpesv .Thomas, of Boss ;Ala. The fact' t '
I' '" affirmative answer foot hearing. sad when,it is ckieodi that; 1 am alive and weSltodayl\ believe ':' '
Startling Statistics: Brought Out at Tuberculosis Congress by Professor "If I were you.:.- suggested the afooes Is the result, and unless this tIM to(lainnuttlon ..''. ,to be due to the us* of Nubian Tea." . .
can be taken oat and tube*- '
Jlaher. ot Yale. erator rwtttr ho delivered the m OP-1 toped to Its normal condltloo; heariagvrill All dealers sell it:. Manufactured bjoa*"I LL

---- -W..l1l .ton-D..c.-Profe..or IrV-' when they are beginning ib'- earn- sage. "I'd ..tyink.lwlc&before. Td 1 bede.troredforever'.Nineo.eaoutoftaetaueedbycatarhwhich< S :2:" .SPENCER.WEDICINE-COKPANY"""'-*V# +l

Jng Fisher, Q .yale University, read a money. The minimum cost of dbcI I marry a girl that kept me waiting I inflamed condition: of the tnaaons iaoothinjrbatsJl surfaces Chattanooga'!. Teis. .' p1; ... '
aper> before the International Con- tors'*111 lis. nursing medicines and loss all day for my'answer." We will give One Handled Dollars for any :
cress on Tuberculosis which created a of earnings amount to over $2400 in "Na, na" retorted! the 'Scot. "The caaofDoefnee(caas idbyoatarrbUuttrajk.ootbefcnrBdbnal's(5at ) .' .
.J decided sensation. Professor Fisher's each case while the earning power lass who waits for the night rater ) rrhOnr.. Bead t...'
paper was on "The Cost of Tuber u- which might have been If death had arcnlare rr-; 11'.1.VIIaT"Uo..ToIe4oo.
the total to at _. U the lass_ for me-illustrated Bits. i bold by Druirfrista, ran '
10sl.. and he made the startling an not come brings cost "- '
nouncement that the treat white least $8000 for each, Individual. ECZEMA CUBJCD. Take 11aU'.11'amIly pills for oonstlpattosu. American -:

I plague; costs In hard cash' over ODe If this sum IB multiplied' the J. K. Maxwell Atlanta Os, saysi "I The Baltimore: Sun thinks that it"Penney" ;Cotton J and Business,_University : : 4
billion. dollars a year. 138,000 deaths the'cost it Is Been. suffered agony with a seven can* of ..,..'. has 'up another rail
He estimated, that coasumptloakill Is bIgger. Ulan the-immense-sum of-', ma. Tried six different remdl and we.In picked )lI School oiTclegraphy f ConsolidatedMILLEDGEVILLE ;:;
138bOO per.on. -every year In 1000000000. Professor' Flsher-e' I despair when. a neighbor told me to try I road l In, the south; llarrlman'must ,
the United States. This: Is equal he timated that over half this cost falls, 'j Hhuptrlne's .n....... After S3 bare overlooked it.'Hicks' 4
said to the deaths from typhoid upon the victims themselves but thai.,, worth of your TSTT_.... and soap am Cures 'GA.. ;
fever diphtheria appendicitis, meningitis cost to others than the consumptive eompletely 011 red. I cannot sray too much :I. Oapndlne Headache ..... 'I" tee.. ; .
"""" Whether from Heat COTTON ; b. .p"'; I"-< u.Y.S Y aa.USiSS
la 1..a. at druggists Cold Stomach .i ra.tew.ll tO
diabetes, smallpox and cancer Is over $440,000,000 a year. its praise. s or wi I ;. __ ..4 bS i .. L 'r.artM .
..._ .. 4
by mail fiOo. Soapilla. J. T. HaOPtauia, Mental Strain. No Acetanihd or daBfenmsdrugs. w.. -.e .isreo.e..ee1.eI
all put together. Then again he said Asa matter of self-defense hs Dept. A, Bavaanab Ga. It'. Uouid. Effect led atell7. ...It.are.. All N"' I I'!".. BOO ; . Yd....I. ...", b'. __I. .,M
It generallytakes three years-to die averred it would be worth while to 10c28e... and bon, at drug storesSpicy MPALLAW.4all! T"R LL Y *nrhei.snooaaavusdud j!.br. n S. uu ":".
during which time thepoor victim can the community in order to save mere- A reputation ia quickly made when T I noM,.....,..,\ -.4 T..I.-.r: ::S".
.. .
handled e Opr \
be ml1".Ia-il."BatIwl- 1\oe
*nrn little or nothing.; '" ly a quarter of the lives how lost by one >starts out to forecasting the ;- conversation" should math. searanaWs 1'.1.. far t. idea.., _4 .a .mu .a..I.... . "'" '. ..... "" :
,5. "Five million people now living in consumption to Invest $5,500,000-1 weather !gingerly|
the United States are doomed to fill 000. At present only a fraction-of : .
consumptives graves unless something one per cent. of this sum Is being RAISED FROM. SICK BED The University and Commercial School l Abbeville Ga Dr.-'firlgg's Family. .Salve
can be done to prevent It," declared used to fight the disease. .
Professor FIsher. "... each Professor Fisher expressed: bis -belief After All Hope Had Vanished.Mrs. I rhea individual training preparing students thoroeirbly for college and unlvenlty work.Greatest .. For Ecsenta; T.It.r, Iteh. ?}
death means anxiety and grief; for. a that Isolation hospitals for Incurable J. II. Bennett. 69 Fountain _..complete given to and ebaraoter 0...well....L*ae tin Ihorourh and KnftlUh training Llt Intellectually.Courses ..,..* Hufhtbr Chapped HautoV PUee. ; ':.
whole family I estimate that there consumptives are the best investment able Uaehere.are Tbo Commtrelal. Courwie.mbrse. '..... ....Bookkeepln., *, Shonhand, .. B..... S-, sad all' J :
will be over twenty million persons of all. because In this way St., Gardiner Me., says: "My back Con..d.. ..... ..rUIn!!.8.01l1"1r. Full onune l. Telesravby and allied work. Skin Disease*. 'I. ,
.. rendered miserable by these deaths.. the most dangerous consumptives are r. used to trouble me AmpUsTrnnnds,-'d board ten months' tuitionall; for$Ida Writ for de.orpUTO| booklo.11Co i I - 1f rt
The scourge he said picks out ltd prevented frbm spreading the disease ", .a. so 'severely that atlast'I it CORDON Pda Cea.alrtes. Dept JOHN 1. HOUR' ;L I,Nsaishxdat ; t ..."': "I.'1 .... :,I_ ,.rat... ,,
victims when they are young; men and by careless spitting; in their homes had to give up. !.f r"t.\1"' i a

.young women. at the very.time of life ant neighborhood. I took to my bed and 'rvt e .YemeMn ea4 1..4l:e:f:.wbine< ii>vrT.1, iyand::;': .....eM.Jl.'l.- N pie ,
stayed there four Learn I e e ram wV> *oeo.ati i > 10.IMUIM*..41> 0.1.. .PEI... ll o-r Kkool*. ab..W/ :
months suffering Intense ;
: :
= .
( 3125 COAL MINERS LOST LIVES. J MMU .. rktofbau4. > M free, .
II I I headache pain and dizziness Inflam-?; .Natiohal Telegraph Institute, (Dept. A. N.)aY str"Y{! ::1.: 8Efth: s.aIi Gainesville Medicine. Cc.<<,, ,

-t.-:corda Show 19O7 Was the .Worst-. Year in History of Industry. mation of the blad- " .

Washington D. C.-Accidents in I 0=.5:1: :> tons for each life lost. Missouri I /A der. Though with- Ii Normal -' OAINIRVIlllr'o.: ; :
coal mines of the United States during had the lowest death rate, beadIng *- out hope. I began Georgia! College J;
- the last calendar year-resulted in the- roll of honor---with .96 and t M-1 S using Doan's Kidney. - Saved-Our""Baby, '
the death of 3126 men. and -Injury to 499,742 tons' of coal 'mined for each Pills, and in three months was com- AndFOUNDEDATAS.EVLt.: Business Institute Thai Is tb. testlmoay 'of thonaaads of'MOTHKR4 ,' "',;/1,
life lost s : ... RIMOVEDTO: DOUQLA.t.O. '
6316 JBJUS KccoTdlng"tostatistics who have aeed-"Dr ''I'bono_'.
tads the Geological Statistics do not bear out the letel-cured. The trouble. has never _.. &.t equlpe4 Bwiaw ColI.a u. Coss.; .acka IG. Tssckm'.iiisi..,' .. ...< .,. ,
public by pop- returned." ....--....,. ...,. Write for a_...W spwlmsss at' Kasr-Teelher. U U a .ra.. droredyter .
Survey. The-death record-among the : ular Idea that most mine disasters w,..... .ITr ) .rrl._ A.'Ip.pL.>. "Teetihlns Summer. Diarrhoea, Fin. IndicesUon. i}.,
1. coal miners during the year was, result from erpl.slous. Of the total Sold by all dealers. 60 cent. a box. DOPOI.A OICOKOIAr .and all stomaeh and Bowel troubles ofINFANTS. A\!
greater by 1033 than in 1906, and Is : number reported during the last year, Fo.t r-Mllbul'll Co.. Buffalo N. Y III. also the best thins y'*..ean .
gls.,jour ba)>r (pr ft Q(>U>.11 win eure..o/d-
eald to-l1aYe.been the-worst e4'ldeatb.RDda43lnjurlellr8all.ted ff.
;. year-la Thank goodness;;exclaims th Dab A -r In three days less.--If :'
the history of the coal mining Indus from gas and dust explosions, and-201 : ( you waetiometklar' 3)
l"E :
that will
las News, there are a few fade left your babythfOasjk) the moss
.. try. The figures do not represent th( deaths and 416 Injuries were caused trying In its Ille,send Been* toga sad ,.
full' extent of the dlsasters.--.4ia reports by powder explosions, .The chief 'that_ a, poor man may take tip :wtthfout I oM WINONA. MINNESOTA. ,..will rrlod: yon at boa b> return sash Tot' *"" '

.:;, ,_ were not received from certain cause ot death-among the miners the paying an Initiation fee.INHALJEM' .- ". ....IL_ v 06..1. .' sas.Sld .....1_ FI..__.Saasr.els sale by all druggists sad .....',.,.'.."b..... '
I" Stated having no mine inspectors. report explains,.was due to the falling all Mad.'r.u.s r.--...... Si.._.p..sewCanva.r.rera ".Ia.or '
y West Virginia reported the heaviest ot mine roofs and:' coal. Such disasters ' T DVERTISEMENT. Wanted in EtJtty ,County. Eu. )'.T_tl._Medicine C.,Hnriw.ll,c.; ,
'r: death rate in 1907 12.35 per thousand caused 1122' death* and. :2141 Itnjurle. .---,. 4. There K.r.r<..... S.._._ O.'.." Write .yfbffnsBOOE4tr" ', .
!!i S "*"'and this State also .. ' OATAHRH a"CMIII. .5 O'"c"cp AGENTS.
employes. 1t..1II ceo.1'1' It BEST PROPOSITION EX i .and How to Caw rot .*."- 1>,
J the for E.: W.: Parker chief tatktlclan of ; ; .
:;, showed lowest production CAVAUKHAL. .. JKL.L.V Cure .........,
"" and ( ..h. trrauneot "
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each life lost-66,969 "tons. New the survey*asserts that much "
Mexico: stood next on the list with a will result from the action of Con mull frw RF.AC(1 :Minn. -i 1 'r' :
death"rate of 11.46 and a productionof gress in appropriating 1160,000-to: Investigate : ; : .'
:, 77,332 tons for each life lost. Ala- mine disasters and tako i. PFFTHHVFN. CONSERVATORY : ;1'1 ,
:' bama was third- with a death rate of steps to' decrease the number of accidents 0' OF MUSIC .' .." j
';>-,-.. 7.2. per thousand and a production of each year. T.LOUre. MISSOUKI.The .
'.j; oldest, largextandbest munlc schorH l In' :

,DIVER' FIGHTS; .DEVIL FISH. thoBl.ata.-AII for handsomely raiKihM. Ulu of"tral munlc.d catalurus teurhi.yend MULEA TAM: BORAX I

, 1- lie>'b. BROTHERS EPSTEIN. 1 ,
'" N'W.C.e.' oil.... ...._ ,t : h_pltisj tosuspoosttnl t..a cols, 'of hot .otorwlil, ciw.e
;, \. thirty Teet Under Water In' Hold ol Wreck When Attacked. soar dUhos. ; plates, c...... ..rt..wa...). ctlry .sHl kitchen'atonslls '; ,
} Irons dirt aqd .. ] ..Jlheir <..(. aiaoll
" nor
ejrsiaaisy ) ,
_:._ Baas_Fj-anelsco. Cal Wrapped in out of the darkness and one twined ,t CURED'' ,
1 thetentacles of a slant devir-fisu;- abort his neck; As the efforts of the. elvee .ua-| lire W....*.. .tao I'lK:bozesramHe, Booklet aa
Martin diver" employed by on the surface to comply with 1 ;' ?AOlPlO COAST BOBAX 00., Jtew York lxty, .;
Lund. o lek
.the.Coast-Wrecking a Company fought meq his signal threatened to pull his helmet . : .. JOp'SY' !Relief.' .:.....'.....*? ...... 'Write >r. "s>l__ -*+ :1+ ,

for his life In the hold of the wrecker 'off Lund was forced to signal ,_: la s to. .
steamer Pomona. which lies In thirty them tojitop. UaHTRUNMINO. .IMPLE. PWriaBLEA _
'feet of water In Fort Ross.Cove oft With'only his left arm free he Iexototod.VLTtleltMtmanl. Ia1IM'Write .> ; I SIMPLEX! PRESS;:,COMPANY, y
rim >
\ me Alarm County coasr. hacked at the tentacles until they Or.".HI....,,'....... I..ato..rd ,
":' bad evidently entered partially but he' ..... Nfaumfactoron' the w. t. xh.utild. makes and. .elx..a'S .
\-/ The devil fish were crippled was S JSaeUatUU. Boi I ITOWER'S t .atLaU ,, .... .. ..
,, -f the vessel's hold ; during the night being drawn toward the fish when II* y SI I. u.. __. "
Simplex Newspaper-Press. I" b. 1
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Lund had been at work- some time saw the outline of the bbdy. Plunging A". ---.t.----r i : -.t-:: a/ .
t \ before he was attacked. A giant teas ? toward It he drove his knife with .01: =_,;__ :: HAND OR STEAM POWER. ''__ {
",'tacle 'four inches In diameter first all his force Into the head..repeatlnf :. ----- -. < I'i heal All'"- ,.,r..
grippedone leg Befora..Lund .real the blow until he had slashed It. Into: IIImIril-..1W1 S1UL co..' :.'UM:.T... N.: I .e-...S. "..aytb St!. Atlut. Oa; yM.....t.,.,'wi....alsw&tkadn.' : '

toed what was happening another enircled sections. In its death.tbroell the octopus .- b.gWlr reas..Mpossas.yea.m M..rwr.j ..
.,.:. hi. thigh.. tightened Its tentacles until the Those of ns who have been' adsisleg ....._-..._LwewY m, s

.::' '.; IIThe diver began to chop:at tha rubberlike . direr .wuaImoavtu.becl,em. FISH RAND ; our luu patronise>.. to how borne our IndustryiBowkaT faith by- a-say i-.fc.:.. f7..faF M.. Mva_. __V 7i7- w.T IJ3.U r'ep..w.ty.bera
..y; bonds and at the same tlm brace. oar works. ."" ..." Industry s..w hSJ.JSU. fffKT2 Uto,TTfca "
,44 aY..the hoisting signal to the barge Lund finally cut himself free and WATERPROOF tf: that b7patroo\ not that I 'i Ut"" 'SSJJSl.f
'< fatntln the w. IM1VCILAI. 1.a II.. .......... g_:
.; above. Two more tentacles squirmed, was brought to tbe surface we believe ls equal to best If not the
*. -*\ P i u ; ,;, .t + : \ 0054.atb CAPA.CI1'T ._PU EOd. Oa. June ft 1908. a 7
1 i taJtRCURTC FOUND: BY f SURGEON CURE::TUBERCULOSIS and look brter-weor- longer--. *. ; 1t The Mows. Fairbura.. : ,." ., -. .' . (At41-08) ",'. -
,: v + gives more f
and Jectlon Into' the muscular tissue tit oodey because: cut on't'I.Iaroa ,- '
Washington D. G.-Physicians ,I Malaria Ir
: ,'the !laity will be greatly interested In order to avoid digestive derangement. potterns.tanl JI ;, : Makes"PaltfBl 'od. ,
of Dr. ,Wright ( . .. ., .
'i the result of a series experiments says: more t 1t '' ,
:, madeby: the navy surgeons recently, ("I am convinced" he' adds, "that cMwJua a' QOOd-Wncb The Old Standatd GROvn'S TASTELESS GRILL TONICt; Mlilat1 end bnhda"the

J ,.through. which they believe they have In.nercury-weJirve" a specula for tubereuloslsi -- S m SUCKW.J r :8y8tad.. 'You'kpowwhat )'OU-are taki gTThe formula Id' plainl printed du bottle .
demonstrated-that;_mercury; is a spe ; and that th.onlyquesUoa1m5f4Nad4.hewlon ., t1':
: Iron-in.. tamld
: : ,;r ,4-almpl.QuiDiDe'aDd' 1114 m stdfectuil'Poc a4uttsnhhhdretisoc( .z",
ar for tnpercnloelr; 'Thu( "el'aI' -- + -tttfinewft MAvwHfRL"iCwrs' : :." )y
ent-cBureau- f-Medl rn.&DCI..sIIJ'C'!,. reaulred_to stt ej a__cure._w!.loljow::. ..,:!Lice y J..r.' ..:, 4;
err has pubU.beelt1.e!. reports of Medical the weir,'established rules of treat '. ';1............ I a.. "
;% ,> Director C. T. Hlbbett and Sur; ment during administration of ,. __.... r ,___..m' IWaastlS.' PUTNAM ''FAD "L E'S: S" D\"Y1EI"'S
: geon'' Barton Leigh Wright. I the drug;-open air, rest proper-food j .. --rpoot.. ,""' --. (/ 'I .
I' "'* Surgeon Wright who Is the originator In abundance sanitation personal hygiene ' i J ,: '..... .._.N...'co..:... .__.r". c..r OoIca--.IIrf.t, ... *+mT <**... *rv.y ... 0.. tact.e..o-era W sb.a 1'Mp Jji Ie edbwwr. Iontt.1eee.dn..' ToO .
> y >*m -- trpf)4 WriM for ayes fcoJjgiPious _H... ;
of the treatment; says be dlseovered and selection of climate.' Sur irrs opyt. to h. wean e.4 IUa, odors .11'" rasa .uc.IJU ( u.gutwr.(Wwr
- --- ---
,.., the efficacy: of the drug by accl- geon-Oeneral'Rixey: declines,to com- I f T'ot ."
cadent:' He was treating a case which ment on the tests. ,
5"requlred mercury. The patient was Of course It is not claimed'by Dr. I
;:', tubercular as well. To the surgeon'sastonishment Wright that the new treatment will I ii
,. the tubercular lesionsj4begaa restore the lost lung,tissue; but where .advertising .iSI ti e key. tp..
to heal. I there, 1s enough Inns tissue to supportlife j" .. : i :; "

:: 'q. 'The mercury is administered_.by_la*. believes. the victim. can be saved.'Kansas' . ." .
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.\. ... LItals. >:,Storm Uncovers Placer Pockets'RJd. Of Gold.. hlastodon Crumpled Task ,When Fonufc /"business success.: S'Aii :"adveriisemelit: inwill'

1 *.,< ,Saq;,Bernardino, ''Cat. Jacob L. Concordia, Kan,. r.r A large Ivory
,.Thom' aon. of' 8ahBernardino, was tusk; seven Inches In' diameter, wo
.I prospecting' among the old Mexican found near here In a bed of clay. The : th bring t ? jnfithbMres<< : :
,".:, 'placers- near Hesperla when .k. was' find was made by Frederick Button;. stpa: er' : you : t
s overtaken'by a furious storm which who was canoeing In thertver, The .
if forced hlm to seek-shelter. Afterquarter'of a tusk crumpled into small pieces when \ CI'
an Inch of ralp'had fallen' taken out- but parts of It; .were ; - -....-- ---- -- -- .:::. : -

,1 i n.l_ 'than one ;hour, throwing the brought ,here, end .Mr Dutton wilt \turns.- -- -----;-- -- .... ..
;%xa.nyons" -Into=roaring-lorrentl;::TnamCaaon -: mak a'further,search for the skeleton ,._ "- . OT".L.. .. ', ,' .
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-."' ." :retimed...tohla,work/f;,When, the : of the mastodon which is believed! F, ,' f' !.t :-- ... _
..i t.: water ;subsided he, found scoresVof' burled, in the beet'.of SsllUa'nd ...--! ':0 ." -. ...... -. .' -.. To'J" I.l.J..O ; ., '. .' ...
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;; > ,.flegu1arMeetingof j / i: NOTICE. OF DANN'S ,WAGON WORKHIGH : !

_at iCTl......., tho r l t .. .-.*.*. .." .
'CoMtHuUonet /JSW. of th. Stmta 01 Florida cIIc
: Councilmen POM tb... Joint ttowriutlona praportujt .amend, '
the City GRADE MAC'E.TO ,
.- . nonU to MM CouUtaUon o(Uio State of florid } t VEHICLES ORDER ;
.. of tht "
/ adtboMmo.wof Mtrootltaibr a vote -
/ j fifth'of all tho nMm oro olortod to each how AT REASQNABLE pRICES.-
W : i 1 that tho"-oa said Joint RoiohiUoo mtorod w"e
11 *\ 1
.. tor E.
B Kkkliuaa mda
.ToWl'f' u..M,*.Oct. CV. ". bond Troaa_.. for.In..(.... fund, i j.. . 91 If> tipon thote toopoeUvo Jtwrn*!* with r- ..
The CoOocll met in regular .vessloD, Math Bra..droy.aC /, .. . 6 ('J and. nays tII_and Utor did dotormlno and 41 rt .1 1B1'acksfnithling.Horseshoeing; . I . . .
6111/ N
there being present T. W. Ellis, tires. L A"-" sal as.savenltor. .. root that th. said Booolutlona be aubmlttotothookvtoraof d ;
.. ....,. .. (N t Joint
Went* ,W, J. Sears O.' f" P nlri H..I T Evwtt W'( Ellis BUM bal street on tiubUlinc work /oltor. .. -1M W I th.State at tho Oonoml El.., :! : and Repair Work' of'|
M{ Ifaon, councilman.aod J. H..OI1- ....... .. . :IJO ,. '
JAL.ncas'rlmla t ... .JOO emu: Won In Movombor. Wt.Nov. ' ...;, .. .. ,..

,_berth t.JDIf'tre..,Ie.r1C. ..The read mIDUt.eenOr"tbe and' Approved. 'last pi ....*... lumber for[.frort Hf < \Nt w vu
Reports of .,.olflcerswere examined ooUOO'1'recelv.e' oommunlcatloni:.1 notioo that a. : i4";
and Approved. from A.'' E. UrouR-h and AlectMosheion :1 GENERAL ELECTION ., ,
,I' .,11.
Tbaloilowlog T>Uls were, 'ap royed calling their attend to the violation. will! bo hold kit sash county In Florida on f uoodaBOKCfUoooodinatbo c lw lG:. 'I'
levnd ordered paid,' to-wjt:,, of. ordinance pr titbltlng .h OLIDI/' Ant Monday ln.Nov.rabMA. J ..t.
"M Murphy";. .!aa mayorj.; .' ..... $15I 00AUOII within the ity-lim(ta r-vi' *:.around, the .-D. It**, tho asld Toooday bong tho J... J. DAN :
P C Hodv**. HUM bar.ML;-:-- lake: shore. Same was referred to the THIRD DAVOF NOVEMBERfor .t -j : ; Proprietor.: {h he
pCUod.-ta...... .... ' 4T dl and marsh I with instructions ,
PU dlnaprisoner*.,. | mayor iho rtAlAcatlon or rJKtloq.tba'Mid Join !:
1.7Ieo 3 3such ( relating to : _
: to enforce the yr< cane ant aunt '
-4. JwSJaxuytot.K l.plaat. jUoojy onsproppaptarrSadmanb! to tho COOS<,J!
R Gllbwt, ... ...............' anoo' vToTalion.* .. tutbn of the Stab of Florida."yuii J .._:.
'.' J Z Robanna.... treaaurar1 ., Ill Ml 'received from the i .
/ < \" J Ilea..... *al aa alderman .. < ( INIS Communication : JOINT proposing Imrroyeaod protect your bouse. G.MIL
'C L Bandy aalaa', aldat....,. g JIll V. I. 8. which walt read and filed for BBSOLtrriQN on amend.m.nt I .J. to bring my 1907
R M Pfann. .* .Idm maa..' OlI Information .to Soctlon NI... (e) of Article KTO (A) 01 ample books to your house and -

a f ,T W:Kill MakiMon.*, aal aa rent alderman.council'.room.. ... . ji 00 00 Communication from L. Barbeau the Constitution of Florida relating to judlelioaUrlo make any suggestions In the latest MAQF/l:; I 'ro .....HiE_"? ......0104.

P A Van* Aaitew. city atty t mo. 711N1 asking that the council consider extending y l. decoration that you .may desire.
s 'Hoht. fampbeU.: wltnea fee BOAO : the electric light'Itne to his OoltRooolvolby.tho 'Lri>latur< of tho. Stab Drop me a caret and I will cheerfully a '' BROS.
If C Porter witneae fee ?..... (041 the Island. After consider ofFloridaf -,. furnish estimate MACH
place on on
., 00I paper -
1VT .W Ram W MeUaua-hlln Jackson witnewfe. wltnee.* lee.:':'.. Ion. the same the clerk was instructedto That Soctlan Nino (II) of Arttcf Fie ((6) of th. and painting. : i .1. ..:. i l :, ,
,I Will Hu bey wltM f ee.. .. .. .,.. . . 1 '-1AI write Mr.. Barbeau In regard: to Constitution ot tho Btato of Florida bo and the "* r
s N. B. Harrlawltoee* ,... . 1iO of establishing said line.W. oamo la horoby wnondod *o a* to Mad. oa follow. '

.,, .John KollJohna Johaatoa._..It_f**.fee. ...... .' .V.V 0 post B, Maklnson notified council .-vla.t I qEORGE E A BA E Livery Feed and Sale Stable.iWOODiDRAYINQ ,
Will Mekirow. wluney fee.: noM: that after October 1. 1908,-the rent of Soctlon Nine(,). Th.-..... Juntico. 01 .
d iUThmesa.witn.saf: .: : '. council room would be 110 per the Supresrl Court Circuit lud_ and Judges 01
Jamea CromarUe.. wltnee.f**. . to referred to finance CriminalUourta: of Rooord anal ...And. by tbs :
N H N-Uratton'police duty. .. ,' IIIK The same was com ".. ORLANDO.Osceola FLORIDA ,
... Klaalmmee V.IJ.yGta. prlntlnjrKewimmae 201X1 mittee. LoirUUturoV 1'
T..bone'Co.. Stable phone wateriiur rent tree. 1 Ou 00ft The city tax assessor having oomiplet That tho foregoing amondmont of Soctlon Nln.II | Everything.Is JTow and Flrst.ClIl'iVe will \

@; ,,: .Sunny R A '.South......boxing Livery: treoa,ate .... .. .... 6 MS d the assessment roll for taxes of ( ) of Artlolo Flva (3) of tho CoiuUtutton of Flor. A Ilonder Prompt and( Satisfactory Ser' I
,--,,- -.... Klmknmsa I.Umber Co.lumber for bride 1 toJ 1008 presented tax books, which were Ida .. hrtb asrood la." and th._.haII bo.ub- County r ;
Jake. Whwien.u'.t work work.... ... . . ,. III 60 accepted, and turned over td the tax mlttod to the oloctoro of th.Slob for approval 01' 4 vice Day or Night. All Kinds ffi

I, work. i. .... 1 AO collector with Instructions to; open rejection ot tipS next general oloetlonof Ropro.ntativ.o Heavy Hauling.. *' .,.
.J.B Porter,etraet work Ia books on the first day of November, .heraaftor, a* raqolrod by SoetMn One (((1)I) Abstract 'j "
a.. . D.IWtundo.par roll .n sot work DO 44 of Article a..n_ (1;) of raid Comtltutlon. Company "
\._" jaraon Or*'-.. md* for ELP. V 19OA!, for collection of same. AT SEAMAN'S!!!: OLD STAND. PHONE:\113. .
"i' Florida Kleetrle Covauppllea for ELY- "14A SH There being no iurther\ business .. .
: 'JRGnb.rtr.ightforELP 07 council adjournod .to meet Tuesday, JOINT ItBSOtiirnON prapokMur&ft'.thend""tt < S. H. BULLOCK. MANAGER. --
8 R Gilbert,sal .._.P. and collector for November 3 UW8. at 7 m. ArtleU Twelve of the-Coutitutlon of. the .... . ,
t ICLP....., ... .., alto p. -- .
"r" t" 'Sont ..-Ora._.........-f or E L PDa 1 M .*- T. w. ELLis SUto of ....r\d. roUtivo to oducatioft! to be Heal estate "
MoCalllater.drayac* f or K L p. 40 J. K. GILBERT. ""Vesldent.. known aa 8etlon SUto.n of said Article pro Title examined:: and reported on
8 E:Gardner labor for E l. P .'.. . . ia 00 Clerk. vldlnir for tho levy of a.....,1aI Ux for tho.up. Taxes for non-reatdenta .
8"M; KI.P.: .... I 'iO paid
port and ihajntonano.of tic University Of the Instruments real estate THE C
relating to
"But of Florida, th. Florida.-Fomala Collnr. carefully drawnCorrespondence GRHYSTQNE GBBBBE UNO JICJIE J I SHOPS"ANTHONY
two weeks two buncaod fiftv-
SUBSCRIBERSThat I oast th. ln.tltut far th.Blind. Deaf and Dumb..and
257 NEW seven bona tide new names have been the Colored Normal School. Solicited. .1.'.

4-- Added tp our:. subscription list.- Bo It Rooolvod by the LetrUUlur. of the atat*
.. We are gratified indeed to know: of Florida: I A. LOLL, Proprietor.

is the Number Added to Our that our work is appreciated hy the That the following .......ndmet't. to Article '...:
citizens generally and we assure them Twelve of the Constitution of the, State of Florida sSEEDsTorfrah AGENT. "OR "
Subscription ,List i During the we will double our efforts to still further to be known aa Soetkra 1at wld Article be :'
acquaint the world with the manifold and the aaiti .. hereby amo l to and ahall be .ub- rell- Fairbanks-Morse Gas Engines "
Past TwoW eks. and Os-
Klaaitnmee <<
mltted to the .lector of th* State at th* next i.rry'.t..dsaroi.kelwb'
.. cola county offer the homeseeker to general election of RAp'rmentaUveB to be held In Farmer thenrMITT *- and Outfits. '
.h. Irrigating
settle here and become Independent ina ;
I90for ratification
the year or rejection. h.coalldence
3? *- it,T."not often w&Uppak 18"flattering few vears. Meo. n.( Asx111.'tar ,,T one mill on tli" la them bec u.< j .,

r terms of the Valle) aTtette., but aa -- --- - -- duller W all taxable prupfrty( In lute NtaM- shall they be koowlliryon relied -

J, quite a number of our exchantrea are Slightly: ;Colder, With Snow. bo levlnd.anuually for the euppurt and uiainUiDanceof on. Uon'texprri-up AUTOMOBILES S RENTED
.clalmlnir large Increases In their subscription When you-'sea that kind of a weather tho t jitv.*mlty of the rft.tu of FlorulA.thu meat; with cheap ORREPAIR ,
t lists, we will state that in the forecast you know that rheumatism Florlria -" .aleCnlhgeth.InetitutotortheallndDcaf ( _lie'In.ur.ub buying- \ ..
/ ty
two weeks ending last Monday the weather la at hand. Get ready for It ,ud Dt!nib Mud the(Colored Normal .eed.sentonthV I'

rfames of two hundred and llfty-neven now by getting.a bottle of Ballard ;;tfcihOol hl'-li .hat| >vlM,* ,,.hl )In r,., tin State, .a conscientious ARTESIAN WELLS DRIVEN-ANY DEPTH
new subscribers were' placed' on our Snow Liniment' finest thing made Tre.imrer and net .,...n by him to tlit credit of nd trtMtwprthjhoutc..
t books. .. for rheumatism, chilblains frost bite the Hlate Board of EdueA This paper endeavored to do its sore and stiff joints and muscles all ttnd 'lu.pottcd; : of 'for th! b.Jah.IL ,.( ...hut luatitntlon. for IM nI Ia.a. A.ahw. ti

..,;;". utSb KUiIuiuid G Mid O. M>'H. rountv aches and pains. 26c nuc and blast a a. rc'iulreil by the act cr'atliiic and main.taiulliK M.tanaC.anMnMici.DR. : We Solicit all Kinds Work I';

.L. and has a'' no time made mate- bottle. Sold bv.:_Hohecnon's Pharmacy.. the tJ menFrelathe-to- the advantages this Law. of KlorldH. Hpiirovntl Jiuiu !: rJU5.JOIfJT : I I .
\ section Offers over other portion of Horses for Sale. i .... E.F ''
the south but what could be fully ver When In need of av. good horse don't I 1 tied on veitlffallOD. That course ,,, 1 to Htion Thlrty-ltvn Arilo'e Five oft I
I 'no see me before buying. DENTIST t
,bal met, with commendation from our both saddle 'ffiu.titutlou. of Florida rvlnliUff to the cnta jlltltmcnt -
have on band a fine hunch of Jrlun lcj Dank and Trust Casfi Ii
Oltlce (
over <
of at
and been the Colirlfi. Store
Citizens generally! It has and harness horses which I am offering Bargains
means of'racking the"whole country at very low prices. Be It KeonlriHl by lie IBl.Imure of the I C... Phone 73.: !

acquainted with this wonderful KIsimmee .1 I b J. W. MILLER, SlatfOf florkla: I.Crown, Hrltljje: and Poroelean work a .
valley. The! secretary of the __ 'I.lint th.followhiK amvmlmi'Ut to .-nlionhlrlyllv I Specialty.N { 'I -- ''!
'Board of Tradarecelves dally dozens ,A, Banquetspread oj of Aril lo. five of the CoiiHtituti. I o
<>TK:-TliuM. i4iring my servicesHhouhl White Lawn 40 in. wide. 15c yard :i
"'1 r of letters seeking1' Information .and In f>before you would do 'ou'nu or KUintlu IM liortl>y "".ee.1 to Mini hliall be 1 make arrangmenta in advance. per
each Instance t'Jey'! sent a copy of good If you couldn't eat. What good Proposed and Hiibmlttud to tlit. electors of the Lace from 5c to 1 15c per -van t.

the Valley Gazette with the statement can food do a child when as HOOD aa It IINU. for approval or reJet I loo at the uest (jenrrnl Dress Pants., 1.50 to $5.00 per pair. ...;
V ,that. the article appearing therein descriptive enters its stomach it is eaten by worms.That's clrctloli hereafter. that (IK. to Gay nattl I ISec- <>It Lr\ Six>, FL.A. Pajr Stripe Pants at $1.00. ., Ji."

tr, Of this section are"true.. The the reason your baby Is ailin.g, tic_ ,! Xyrli'-IIvo! :\ dTlald Article Khali M .m..iJ.Kl Trutiis and Suit Cases at lowest prices. n .. .-Q!:
Y '.\ t.haa bean .hat Qiilwft Jjumberpf oros.....pastrface; people !have come here to look: over Cream Vermifuge.; It will expel : Bootlon :&5. Nil'founa oilier Lhaii lieriu.fKKl- -LESLIE- -PiGturftFra.mes.from25cto.$3.50.eachC' -___ ,
the fled: and without exception they the worms .and act aa & tonic 4or:. fled shall! be otablUhwl! lu fella:State, except the,lowest prices. '

k hate declared ,this .'paper told only the child-, Sold by- Roberson's Phar that the Leglnlaturb'may provide for the-aan Specialist'-Eye: Ear Fancy Straw Hats"at cost. .
r' ,
!: haAll the truth.. mac,).. .; alien and! ,.oalabllihment. or auob 41&lou.l >/, Nose and Throat....... : ,, .Be'st.Shirts made for $1.OO,'each. ,' ;,1'>. 4:
of this has made citizens rt :- time become .
: our seethe wr'Ifty'pleoes judicial circuit aa may from time to '' '' .. '. '. . "
necessity of widely clrcu atfpg; this or'new Glnghanvs ,.lustreceived n_..... and for the appoint men t by th. Cov.prnor . .; /Tinware at any old price.''.. : < "

paper, and, as stated above, 10 the at. Kali's..... ,and ounnrmatlon by thelknaM'of .JJltlonal'elreult Private HosoitalAmericanNa! ;? ,-. ,' The only place you can get the Beaver Brand'fat.
- judo**therofor. whoa* term..of offttto z-' .._ ; f .. _d .Y ,. ,, '41
.'.". . ; and general jurisdiction.shall be the ...... .. U l Iona.l. SandButldJn\ a'; ,:' i' readquarters :
; herein provided for the circuit ludire alreadyherein Florida. for the.Best Shoes :T.QLL: J

: S provided for and may clothe any Railroad -- ----- .
Communion with Judicial powers In'all mitten
connected with the function of their office. -

-t a ..' S .SOUR,., FIRST._. S The in compliance aid propoaedim.rxrmenU. 7V. L. 7Cj NN BUDDED TREES Hi

and the oanvaaa, deebwatlon and
S return thereof." ahalV iubjeeted< to tic ...... PHYSICIAN AND f SURGEON.PJmtaatca .. '

.rffUlatton._,Bnd rtrlctiona aa aro provided bylaw ,
F tL OPENINGs for general.l.cUon. In tK. Stataof Florida Ku..ta Islesworth Nurseries..f

lFk ::1 ;A, In tootimony whereof I haft hnta..t.... OmcB. PHONB Pao.13.07. '. : FIX,>UDA.JQK. ;
hand and. affixed the Croat seal of tic $tatof .
Florida at Taluihaa**. the Capital this twentr
_ _. '.' ., ._ '
H .
Hfth day of July. A. D.UOR. We will have ready for next Fall and Winter planting general'adsortment
z a ::15Jh-'Vfdn Sdai ,; ISeal. H. CLAY CRAWFORD.Soivelanr of Stat. ..._ : .. J* W SIMPSON,, ,. of Orange and Grapefruit Trees of all leading a varieties. ..' ''I.
October4th Our trees are budded on rood, healthy rough. ?.motf, and. ".
: :r
OF DENTis-iC ,/ SourOranfre roots guaranteed free'from Insects pests of any kind.; ..q
: AU budded from bearing trees la our groves and therefore true to -1',
and f Q,.Sh..fri' (" cota County of th. Statoof Upstairs InJKata Buildln?. name. Our facilities for"lI'1'OwlOIl'DurH1'1 'IIt.oclc are "second to' ,
Thursday 'S.k Flortdal ,.' \; : to U. m. none and our trees are as fine as1 money and twenty ,'.: el'0" .
... B4 It kwnra. that L. H. Clay,Crawford.; Soar** OPrlCE H0uRsi. ., : . :.30p.m. lance can produce. we. are making specialty this season of tossf :,
1. ''" ; tarrof StaUof the 8tat ot..1'IoricIa. do hereby. ;Telephone No. 76 Jun 6. Ivr. .famous California Valencia Late..which Is destined to become tPg ..K'

1 'On' the above 'datee( we cordiallyinvite l ti:; "r .rlBOtloth. , ta'' ;.',,'.> . greatest monejMnaker in Florida.. Our Valencia buds come d\. '!V1. I
ELECTIONillbattoU from the best bearing trees in the d 1st ,"
GENERAL: : : : rect Mot now famous for Pro-
"' W. W. CARSON, : .-S. the Vileness In "', ffy'
} the ira.nd dl. lay' of .InOwMolCounty. State of Florida.W p.P. duelng best California. "
k public see ... ,
id: ; MoTombar.>Tuoaday A.noxt D.auooeadln-I/*.tb.said*Tna Brat day Monday baiaar the" ,DIN "L'PARLORB. .I IOY.OBC.OLl'PHA"MAOY' Write'for Prices" to J.W.: ,HOARD, Gotha, Fla., or call and see 'our: 'Niir.*]

; J08G. ;j ut80U8. Gage. :I Ud .,. 1 _' THIBD DAY, O* NOVEMBER' RlVKRS BUILDING . series at Waco on FJorida Mldla.nd'R. R. >v' .
,: on.'J ; '
,. -._ For...._tattvo f ran tic Second -. '
.McCormick; 8iid.'CatOrs't lanai tHatrlet; of Florida: In th'SixtrflrrtCocurrae Off I0n HOURSSprigg. _,I,a TO',2 IS ewe..
Dud.'I TO .
*of the United StaUa. iflalsby MaChi
f'. .k.. 'I' hoe Oorarnor thi Btata of Florida Baer .CQi :

:.;,,. .. Pattern Hate Also Artlstfl1 Productions -' For a.l.tary of Btat*of the 8tat of Florida. .
tat Attornoy-Onnl of the State of Florida, FlemingCLEANING
;'. froni'Our Own : Work Room'. ..,, \ for Comptroller of the State of Florida 22 OCEAN .ST. -.. .. . . .. '.. 1CK80NVILLE, FLAar;
... :. .
', < -- ., rorTroaaurerofth*State of Florida. _. -
S '1- ', l' ' ,. .' 'I" \t; For Superintendent Public Inatruetloa C th* Portable Vnd"Statlonarr ..IIiIrIDMt'!: ,
"""" : _... Saw Mills, .Wood-working Machlnerr ;
; \ State of Florida. :
::1 Lw I VrE S & }: MI1tI I For Comrouuioner-of AjrrlcuJturo. of'',the State of PRESSING Shinrle' Mills Lath .,MUI.,' andqeneral.llne ,

.. :. Florida. .. __ of supolies." Complete i
: ; -. ,41"- ... Iii : DYEI'NO--t..r-! :: lin
4 stock
: ; '" ; For Two Juitioea I of.t.hi. eupreta* Court:c the ._ carried. in. for....Imn iatesbtpmeot

.-'Y '-- :, .:: : (Succeagors; M,!: R.O._ .. lcK') 'f" r..'; 8tate of:Florida.! .- -- REPAIRING -- ? ; Sold on easy term h :al
Poe Aommi; km.r ol th shit.-af TloV T '--
: Railroad! *
,.Orl adFlorida.; ,". _,... : -:- .., : ,, Jda- It will pay 10.i to ccosuli us before!

a .. _' , '.. If.., joo ForStauAraatorfrara. '* tho- lath' 8wtaei.l" .. DU.- Leave word at my house and clotbtfswill bud II'. Fqstal will bring our sales e"
.... ,, fait of Florida be calle4 ior and returned. .< man. Write for Illustrated cats logus.
ForpjX-Member of-tho 'Ue....-of Hpr-.ta- r;,, -_ and prloea. .J.
": ,.
< tiN of th*Sties. ol Florida. 1Vr an GoMnlllo d..r.XgenlilcdV4abrat.d VanroharEnaHna: ;; BouaM.aoa'isaW KDtarr :: {.II
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-- -- -- --- i- For(".......ty.lud.-. Satisfaction Guaranteed : -I,, ,_ ,

For Bneriff.. .
; ta8lr / rsu iaBt For Clerk of ram Circuit Court. \ '

; fot ...........u.c Attorney.Fee "
Ti ////Psoj .ii ttur&l ;Cmuay: Aaaaaaot Taga.. r-....................4. RdLUNSFLORIDA'S I hQOL LE.'GE
J :
1fJi /// PI For For County Tax;Colloetor'BaperinUodeqt& of Public InatrocUoa; TILLER. ... --_.. ----,,--

.AII Kinds ct'b F... C:.a.V'+rosau.a. . OLDEST: 'COLLEGE.1:j
f 1 : .. . \ For ....Bura yar. I. Real Estate Agency. .>1.1':
.Brt."OR. InstaetoOrder:; y1LI For FIT.Gouty C"V----S. I I Academy and Sehools of Music, Expression. Fine Arts.:Dom
LpI le and Industrial Arts and Business r -
_.. .
; : For'thr.* the Cou Board of P bU C r.ep.Hall and third..0'.cIormltor, BOW going'up; H.ctrl.llhtii stagsd t.
ENED'EMBALMER ; ; Inetructioav'ForVoatc hat large ... rr..rt_h..UIa oondluop.n. gymnolum .thleUO Bald'
.f a i ,- '. Promli- 'itteption-Owen to'i I ..of th*........'.... for; h* toOowuaJliatio Realty bought and sold. pit links. bas.bell. d bssk.t-ball tams 0.0.or Florida tais ,..., quarter

-- '.j t *Diatr ta.-Tlaf. I.X >.. 6. ..r.FvOotMtablau -- House J rented -- aotmlllnadooan .asta for$Lyzpea..' \ mod.yabi... .'oho mhlye 111&101"1''.Clal'lau.a.. , -at_ aCHARACTER' .
.w. : : : ..
or ,
'bider ijent.bY'liiatl 'Joatlo
1\ K c : awl for th* followiaa- Taxes paid and Titles ver- '

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genta'BgriJ' {. ?obe1., ....sad aflbud tfc* Gent" of the Fire Life and Accident lnsurancev -. Next session begins October tT os7s13I dbiT (l1'1> zWM.'F
rResidence"West' -Side ;tJf' [I*'.M""tat of Florida M Ta1IaI1__ th Caa4- .
,. ) taI thi*th* Artt dar of Boptembor.: ATb. : BLACKMAN t Part
; .i \ Bonds. ; Ph. iD',4: winter:: .Pl
; 41' CourtHoueeSquate,;," ,154&.. -- ,B.C AY CRAWFORD. ,- Indemnity : ; i
'4 :p-ii.Q IE 1' : : -' - -) - Barterrratoa.. ; . 'O ,r..

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