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 16, 1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00355
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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CornerstoneS' Laid, by the Grand Lodge Masons, famous! three monkeys' oarda, an llturtratedpamptletof.hellamiltoo .. ... t Admitted *. .. :.. _" __.', ' .
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.ordinance and comment;*by the tnost Important meeting of"the' Board : '-' ". : -----zr.-
paeityot Most,, Worshlpfnll,,:(band Master. New York Sun short history of the o'. -Trade since its org abizabioawet TT11T I ., ., : lif'," "* *

. .'. ." Christian Church also on*of tbe Baptist. held on Tuesday night last; fortyeightnew I ; ,, .
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., n > < . : .Church; and also one of the Episcopal members .beingtaken In._ Presi 1 .; '
: Solemir and rade"swun nt.o-"Br i.d ..yiodthehundreds ; Church;; roalev of "the-pupils'.of "dent Donegal ; .. _. .
Hundreds Witnessed the iwiuuu >oW: l>iy absent . ,,,, .. ,' ,'' . ' .
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who witnessed .It felt fully repaid Osceola High School list of town officers Vice-president.HarrTsTjaJled the 1 t ", ''' ," ,i'.I. >r.B.. i'. _
r Irnpressrve Ceremonies, andtheWeather'Was for'any Inconvenience tbey> were and oop-of town ordinances, list meetnq( .'tIO-Order promptly.sX f. ."OIW'II". < 7. ..:"" '
subjected to In coming here on thatoccasion. of members,and olUcer.,OraDQ'8 Blossom 1.30'1 ,. .'
every seat In the hall befog'After oc .1 : : (
j erfed-rDr. ,G.A: First came the band No 80 F. & M. also '
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the minute. of 'tha. 1 1meetlna' ..'" ) i
'Iv then tbe Grand. Lodgeof copy of oonstitutlon'and .by-laws, list r re .. ."
' r $unnallyPresident'of Columbia. Masons. Junior Grand Warden with of officers. *. were read and app oved, thesecretary "
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with vessel of wine Deputy: GrandMaster laying; the cornerstone_ since the I last all. of which '. -
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-Delivered c Most Eloquent Address. with vessel of corn,oldest Master the Osoeola' High School-came to an disposed of by reference to committeesor .' : "
of Lodge with by-laws and constitution end. ,
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I. GrandMaster .
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'''Never before In' the bi.loul'y.of Klssimmee \ two'Deacons, Grand Standard. Bearer Tbe Masons and. Knights; of-PvlVlesthen Senator-elect; Fletcher and Congressmen = ., .

has such a', day such a cele., with ..flagGrand Sword Bearer withdrawn formed In Une'', all other' societies Sparkman and Clark-in. reply to, I .
sword. Knights of Pythias and school children .n invitation extended by, the Board
bralion boef witnessed as that of resterday v having disbando
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S when the cornerstones', both Woodmen of the World Mayor ed, and marched to Fraternity Hall, f." Trade. stated that It would give "
'J{,I'1 the newOeoeol&High School building ficers.of thecityoratorot the d.y with where the Masons, In the same manner! them:; great pleasure to accept.the In.vl..tlon
an -, Early In the morning the town began carriagescounty officers on horseback cornerstone tot.'that building, OeDel'.1OUcbl'ln route.The secretary was. instruct; I ) '
->> filling up with people from overSc6unty the members of..the-VAlag.-improtlemeot' again omdatloff. 4,- ed to notify tbe Senators and Congressmen . IARRIVfri E
In' ." that the 10th of November was the .
who came bY wagon' bugey, Society carriages.pnpllscjralklng/ The crowd .ttAlDdlnlrtbtel.ttere"eof." -
:"horseback and, afoot, and erery' train two by two, headed by teachers of their was equally a. large as that at. theUtjfh d..te"deold upon for the excursion. br :
;:. brought scores from nearby towns* classes, la the order nstaed. School as every person seemed boat to Okeechobee, and that they be H
rate. otpnetarefor.Ehe_round trip What an impressive sight.16 was anxious. to.again witness the ceremony requested to reach this city the night. ,asst
+ r 'having been granted, oy the rallroads', what a-Iei.on-I" .Caught.; The Geaod -It'was-..lmolt-d .rk-wl1e the exercises previous-sir boat-would leave-at"7 '" -. .-: -

:!/!' 'for the occasion l until by noon the Lodge of Masons, the highest officers were over, but nattered not s:10. The secretary was also Instructed .. ', .
J streets were fairly well crowded. of that order'in the 8t..tAI.L with Go,. to those who attended. for they. all. felt to tepder-the same Invitation.. .to"-- ..,I' JI ". ': l
,- .,, Tbe day was perfect, ju.tLcpol ernorelectAlbert W. Gllcbrlst at that possibly never again. would they Governor-elect GUchrlst.it / f. '! r _.' 1.!<" ,> .L ;''it"

; :. 'lam"!!i enough to make it. comfortable and their head.,representing the be.bloodof have the pleasure of being_ -eye--witness -, was eirpecte4wat: Mr. Wilbur ."'- : .. .. '_.__.. ...f .. :' .I'I''
pct too'hot to cause a coat to make fair Florida., men who hare reached to such a grand spectacle. McCoy Immigration agent. of the A., ,..' .. '".:.'..".''. .
;' ';4 one too warm. Some anxiety was felt the pinnacle of fame in the order that The following articles were deposited C.L., would be present at. the meeting I ,"I"L"\
(" as regards the weather as we are now has for its subjects the mighty rulers In the box that was placed in the but business forced him to leave tbe .' "

tn'the midst, of the rainy season but of the world as they marched In solemn stone: List of offiuers and members city on the afternoon train. Before ., .. .. 0( ..
nature seemed to. ha ve cast her smile silence made one feel proud of Orange BI6ssom Lodge No. 80 F. &A. 1 going however he declared his wil '7 i ' .....
' ...;. upon ud. for a. prettier or more pleasant tiring in a city they. would thus honor. M? list of officer add members Friendship I lingness to do aUlD his. power to aid ', 'I' ,.,
: day will not be experienced again And the ,Pjthlans. that band of Lodge No. 10 K.Qf P.,two copies i the advancement of Kisslmmee.' A / I I" .,
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soon, brothers who are linked together with Valley Gazette list of town officers At. this Juncture there was 'consider .
f e -Almost the entire population of the the chain of friendship, charity and and COPy of ordinances, list of officers : able discussion In. regard to-making i'I.
'- 4 -eoUD Y wa< hero as well as people benevolence, in their short life of a little and members of Kisslmmee Board of permanent transportation by. water ;
from allover the state for it i* a rare more than forty years hare demonstrated Trade and copy of constitution and from this city to Lake Okeechobee, and :. A ,Splendid tin
ooourrencefortwo cornerstones to be to the world that there are still. I by-laws. many very good suggestions were

laid the same day In town., In Flori Dambni and Pythlases living men And thus ended the greatest day in given the committee on transportation. I. ,, .. ,
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'da. The -Masons.ana Pythlans had who still dove-their brothers and who Ktsslmmee's history. lIon of which will be thoroughly Investigated fit
,T extended invitations to all lodges in take pleasure in suffering for friend and acted on as. the committee .' .
the state to be represented and take I ship's sake, as they passed caused the Oreai'cred'It'l. due to Grand Mar- best judgment dictates.Ab .
rb part In the-cereffionles, and a.large blood to ilow-iuictafln tbe onlookers shaf Parker for the complete sucpess appropriation of fifty dollars 1 I. 1- *
evidenced bodies, for they knew they j of the celebration. for'l.1t hall bees untiring .
number accepted, as was by were gazing ( was male fur use of Ibe- advurllalugcommittee .of . .
the size of the parade of the two local upon those[ who had been weighed In In his efforts, and the manner the same to be used for!the ,' ..
lodges.- 'the true balance and found not want |Iin which he acquitted himself proved j>AytDeutaf--pr4-utIo and the transportation ' >. .. -- I
:.' ... ;The band from Winter Karenwhich lOll in anything/: that made men. '|, that the general -committee displayed of a gentleman to Way crossOa ,- : : ... ,,:.
". "" .".. ,had been secured for the occasion, The ladies ot the Village Improvement wise judgment when they selected him ... for tbe purpose\ t of meeting. 'h "' S'.
IJ- kept the vast' crowd well entertained Society added greatly to tbe I for thin most- Important position. HeI homeseekers' excursion that will be 'O'1. ill' .
': during the forenoon and up to the timeth'ellne beauty of the parade, and were the re- was ablv assisted' in. 1111 'dlltle. by run to all points on the A. C. L. line t x::" "
t f," i .. of march formed and the ladles ciplent of far more praise than was accorded I'Messrs. H. .C. Stanford and ,Kr, A, In Florida on the 27th, Instant. "
. of tbe Presbyterian church administered the male portion for all rec- I Niemeyer. Mr. J. M- Wilson, Jr., addressed
f I'' Ice cream from Miller's\ vacant ognlzed in them the guardians of the I ;: This'article'! would be' lncomjletes'io It the roeetlug, giving- concise 'history ;
-S j. store a".fifteen ceDt.' a plate. to those city V 1 future\ beauty and that it feline j it failed to mention that Mr. Pope, the of the work he did for Kisslmmee during
v" v .[:who became too warm for our artesian. them we rely to make this the garden i gentleman In charge of the conatruoI -' his trip through the,, north tbe past ll
.. '.' water to cool off. The peartut man spot of Florida" I I flop of the High .School, and Mr El11s summer. I'CIotl1ipg: :
and. red lemonade boy also came Ini' Then there were the teachers with. contractor; of Fraternity Hall displayed Following an eloquent addre...by : i : '
xJ ) fortheirebareottbevI.itura'pennlea, their army of children. big children., an unurual willingness .to aid Mr.) W.. J. Sears, a motion was unanimously
: but.the red balloon was not in evld Dce. little children white-headed black> :,: in the success'of the celebration, and ) passed requesting the'citizen. si,
headed, boy children girl children I I they are justly entitled to. the many to clean up their premises and keep ,
The Osceola High School building, and then more children until It seem+commendations passed upon them. forthe them lean during the. winter. !
wJ wooden Jltructure -that burned on the ed as If the whole state had sent its> manner which they prepared The following admendment to the II "-.JlF: ' I
J night of July 7th of this year costabout childreo here for that occasion. As Mr j jft their respective buildings.jMiLP-renal;. constitution was cgeredrwhictr Tinder --- i- - .----:.... I"1, -- -

" (14-.OOO complete,and 'was considered one could see there'wan one grand ses-for the occasion.,. ,the rules lies over one meeting/ "The II ..t:"!:' ......, .....,. .. .. I
; one of the best appointed mass ot children and a purer, sweeter president shall declare vacant the position J \ .. ;:A. . ,' . .
"scbo<>ls-'ln-FIorldar: "The day- following sight) wir never beheld by man. To Suicide of S. of any commItteeman who falls = J. (

the County School .Board .met. In see the future fathers! "and mothers o fl' Rosenmeyer. to attend at least one regular meetlne-- Ii .. ... FOR L >.'.... (" .
"" :conjunction 'with"a committee of-cltlcens .- Fibrlda on the-way to-'sing--pratses--to" 'WBTire-lirrecelpr: -Tjf-B'TC&ptTf e' each month;unless, such cominittemanIs : .
) and decided to' erect a. modern those who were giving them such a Evening Star of Winchester, Va., I prevented from so doing by sickness = '. ,. .
Ax building of.brigk:: and.one that W'Ouldmeet magnificent home, was a sight to make through/ the courtesy of Mr M, K..r.z.I I of self of.familyor'absence from the '. = .I"t. I

the. requirements, of this OOUDt1for the angels gladr .' in which is given w full account.of the silty" .. : II'\ : "."'H. "" ", '. ., .. .. , ,\ .
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r The contract for death by suicide of Mr. Sa.'Ul/senajey- By motion,, tbe dates for the paymen " "" .i,4 '.',, , 4.. ,1.1 .. 5 \ -
the bare building was let to the Cooper 1 As Grand Marshal Parker halted er in that city on August lOnti of this of dues,will occur on the first ,day of| ':: ; "" : :
Construction Co of. Fitzgerald Oa., years be blowing out his brains with a. -' ..
bl.JODIC reaching I the school < April July, October and, January
-. for 917,600( and the plumbing to J) A., building;parade and comm..Dded.them'\o're.t.on .4* caliber -revelvef.The\ ; cause 1 The following resolution' was offered ( .: x : i i
: rtathbone of Jacksonville for $1.300.! of the rash actwasdue; evidently to and-unanllnourly / ; .. -
,, the children broke Into a grand chorus passed; "That this IM
The contract. for water works, out- of snag;, cootlnulnjl' until poor health as be had been a sufferer Board of Trade reoogni7.es: the need ol e n -
5-*r-"T"""*-"VU; H w, 'estimated the building will cost! when 1.0 OOllla.r.r. although some think It was the outcome . loading freight, to and from vehicles, .
.;lr: .,,..,, completed about. $25.000, and'wjll)] be W. J, Sears acted In the capacity : of the, receipt of news about te'Dd..y. at the: A. (). L.. freight depot In-this .i 'fIo< .
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y one cfthe_ finest .as well as. one" of.*the. of master of ceremonies and In a .. previous th.. *cousin in Germany . city inasmuch as the level of the floor -, 1 ,
blest equipped. In the south. well-worded abort address gave a his had'met death by the.same mean's.The of the freight shed !Is fully eighteen ., It. I ,
1.'i';1 er --T tort of the High School his suiclde-4eft, a. wife and daughter: Inches above tbe floor of a wagonbox, I-
'- ;'The fraternal. lodges; of this cityharelong hearers that while Kisslmmee telllqjr stood with whom he"held a pleasant conversation and that this difference causes. Incessant : : .,

been agitating. subject. well 10 the trout 4D the scare. of it* a few minutes.before .he.Jellled. I waste of energy and loss of time ", 1\,\ -J
.-*> ,ofhaving a home of their. own; and school himself. on the part. of several ifr BOYS.AJ1:11
children still
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'- A, for some years bad been putting aside good for the boys and. girlswho were Those who were residents of Kisslm merchants'besides lobe rougher ban v ,"" :
a. certain-euro. to be applied toward the born sod( bred ,on :Tobopekallga'n; mee ten years ago will, remember'' Mr. ling of merchandise that the prop i II .
w purchase of ground and the building banks or who came to make their home Rosenmeyer as a dealer'.in shoes,' occupying er-committee instructed to take this . :
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;:of .arballbut it war' not until this past amotkff as,- Odd closed by Introducing the store next to that of Mr, matter in -bandatonoeynsorrespond. "' -14-- . :;'
"t l. summer.that definite plans-were form Dr. A.-Nunnally. president-of Co Kats. He removed from this place to with, the officials and have i .,. : r"" ".., I" { r'i :

edt when the two lodges! decided to Is- lumbia college as. -orator of- th. dry Winchester, Va.\. about_nine years this-evil trailroad as quickly .....possi 4 --__,___._; __.. ,> __ ,.. ...- 1."I'_ ____""" _* .
-" .. !.ue shares of stock to'm.mbers' at $25 'Dr. Nunnally-Is one of the foremost ago and engaged; in the same business, ble. ": .The: same was referred to tbe I" ,

'.4'- ..M'eachv.'an*. a7. ;sufficient number'were educators) of the country., havIng'bee which he conducted' Up to the time ol committee on transportation.' .:;;, ., I .. :. ., .. , -," ..
taken to, purchase round .and build his death After (," , "I' ..
la his honored -a general discussion r.tH
engaged profession for _. of lobe ;
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""' ,. a an up-to-date three-story. brick ball. thirty years,'as well ... one of the finest -7 good roads questlon.lo which a large ,, ( "j" .'t>'" ,. >" T\
< 't": f:The contract for.Its construction wasnlven noise- number of members, \
{ orators In the'.outh.. His addresswas : Thief Captured participated. a '
'J! .e..; 'to +'T. W., Ellis off . on '-, . "
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devoted almost entire to education -1 'a committee was appointed to ap 0'1 ". .
} Septermber. Yth-for the sum of.$6,495. .While... LOu / :
and. Its value laylng/ particular stress 'hman't last Monday pear before the County Commissioners .
.,'..;:: '' ,.Few hall In the state WIt surpass upon the. faet?that U was necessary to bring back the negroachQ bobbed Car. I' at their next meeting and>urge upon ('\ '\ (.

this one for a'8ner..1exceUeoce ana appointment be leaned in books when entertmr.an r roll's commlsarr Deput'Sh trlll'' MoPBatter them tbe '''necessity of action in "this 'I"'I"t

.,;.' Pythlans'are and the local lodges of Masons field,'wbether Ib, be that of arts ana and WUllam. and J,- C. Orlf-. matter.and Messrs- Sears, Stanford,
: and. entitled to unstinted sciences professional mechanical, fln were standing: talking in 'fI'OD''oft.be Hicks Murphy and Lee were appoint
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,:, praise'. for" tbe !''enterprisingspirit and made\\lt-rerr plain tohisaudience store when a man drove up inn a. ed to perform the service.' ..... : td& andsjyfu'- :
they displayed In(:building such regardless ot what; walk t buggy and offered to-sell"thr..vehicle .-Almost. the.entlremembership-- (Beaoiiful r p ft &
I': a handsome home for; themselves and life one'a "1'lce..re. needed the one and horse for a hundred dollars. The eDt took: active'part: in dlsousslntf.
adding much far the city's. attractlreness. of man's action and talk excited subject of patronizing
+ possessed an education was given at once :: : nomaenterprla- "
,.\. ,' .. ;>;; .* Uj" -",'jf' '" the preference. *'"''*'.,.,' v f; their suspicions;:: and 'while the c.q"ber es ..and -home merchants and many' 'I. : { ,: -

f, / '' Be .'>praised the-people of Osoeola s two gentlemen;engaged him In conversation I amusing,, Incidents were related In cope . p . 'Righ"t'U'n' t"o .vw' ., ',;: ,. I : ,
:\ &-?'* filld two o'clock tbe' streets were well county. for their' generous- "spirit In Mr.'' Griffin was sent; to. t oectlon with those.who purchase goods ,. .. ..... . '''.'.''......' ."."',.-'- -' .." .
with members of lodges and .o' provldlpaauch7ti"handsome and weU.pP.OIDtod phone to see what could be learned of from package houses', .The discussion I "I ,.. ." .,>>- ., > ,. ,:1.. ...'. lo.r ... ,
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ctettel marching to ;i-tha starting point school him down tbll'Oad--;,In few will be the means of 'r- I <.
fov tbe*use of l..be a minutes doing.muoh good '.',. t .
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Y" the grand parade, which was at. the childrenand said that, while It cost Information ,that the :horse and for the Board of- Trade put Itself on . ::1 ', '. .. ," :,: .., ....."'..; . . ., ,
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mooy /thousands of- dollars; 'yet U buggy had- been stoldea'iromLeeli. record unalterably. opposed to such ,I ,>,1. -f
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It was for: the school children to el ro' would be cheap at ten times the amount, Brown Co.'of Tampa'was to their procedure but It was lobe opinion of '. :I 'J "" .:;,) ,,,,'i VJ': ): ;..;.>. ,..:, :,:,' .' '," ., '.-: i
,5: N trlfy came crowd with numbers. when for the return would be ooys and girls possesloor when the m.a. Arthur MoGilber those present that the best' manner in ," "" '1, J,, :!,,. < ',>>! -. ":" "'.m-, :' ;f.I' ..,-, 4f
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they front .the different> converted Into noble and enlightened bjr name. ; was handcuffed 'and which too'pUt a. atop-to this custom was ., 'I,- .. ( ..' "".', ,.... " ',' . .! '.H ''i-(, 01: .
' ': .. vcJ-s-rooms. The very: h* venf seen>' -and-wrotpen: things farbeyon'dprice brought-here-Deputy-MoPhatteiv for each,member.of- tbe-Soard-to "' J"7 " ,'-_.. ." ( '.""'"' .. .' . .
.t,,lam' *d to, lain children, for ae far a. one ', .f"< ;. i. ;v, ,. '- He was Carried. t.or: Tampa.on Tuesday* an example: by. practicing the 'Virtue set of " I: .';- ...., :',...1. ..:.:oj"f'" ""U'f>t' '. :! {{ ', ;; : J'!" 'I':" ' "

...could se>herc wereehlldren>chllaren t- --Her ol3siedehia eloq asndfiis.one .Cis ..peadinghlamopeF3p. -isle-Dop9e own.- r. 1. ,0<" .' ."., : .. :'j' ,1J,. 'r-";
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,'I" 4 ( the was frequent of the most-beautiful tributes The following new' members t ." _- .
"' 'wf; on tbe streets bY,.visitors a I hetrusmsp.pdwomsphatltbasQ.ebeen to fi'Cattle RU stlersOD'T..ai. elected. makingthis, we believe,were the 1 ,.e', : ri ;, x.....'t...'b+1N '. -, ,. '' '; .J.' h I.
:t a7 'this town, could not %e charged. with' 'our. good fortune to. hear.-and. r Parties summoned to 'Bartow'thls largest Board of Trde in the United;j ", :.,<,,' <: "::t7 ";::"- f? ;; ": h. s
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3..!icommlttlocrracesalcide..PrtmpUy. ; ,, , when be ceased speaking one felt as week in tbee..ttleru.tllna'. case, return States when population of the town Is \. t'.

,L.t. \. at L30 ..GrandMarshal 1 though life was a. blessingand not a ed last bight and sepoRhsltbegr.nadtrnebtilragiloat d taken Into considerations O..J.B., : '. :' ; ' ; ,;. '. S.-
'P..1re..teTerr:1ncb'T1mlJrbt--ot-old.: : burden,, -., "* -, j ury had m-mf xiv', J. t":OBeff;JTtntfoon, C. F. ". S COME"ANDrSEE : .5 r ,
i 'gave '-he!. command *O ,.march .and ,"",,- three of the parties, and that. Lewis Kit LlpdHYtC, W, Dana, M.K..ta..J. M. 5. .. _, ., .JI> ,.. ..
f. beaded by the band the grand prooes- '. The grand solemn beautiful and In Parker had plead guilty The case Wlllson. Ji., Emlie...M..p. D. C.'Lee. Y t:
i ... elon began' to more, going down Park spIrfngceremonyoftheldlatonloordgg r against Everett Bass alit be tried nail Cha Bass, ,T. M. Merely; A.. A!
-1r. tree to Brack, ,.street, thence. aloni' of laying a'cornerstone was then per- Mondar, 'when Pasco Stewart;, whom Lolls W. L. Wlnn, Geo. F..' Parker,, \
; .y ,:Brack: street' to Broadway, 'tbenoe tgrmed-and the_ building formally. both Bass and Parker' have W. Reese W.Thunnsn
exonerated
'l JowH.. roadway toEmmett.LStreet, dedicated-to-the-:-TOutb-of-- -landr ,.wlU-be-ased-ae-a! state's' witness-; J.. .. 'P..ker.H..ra BraorJi;. ":
,,. thence along. Emmett street to.. Ross avenue General Albert W. GUchrlst,;Grand. r D..n, J. 8.Stratum-Jno.. L. Beaman,. WDAN\N
'Y; ,' thence along ,Boss svepBryllA too Senior Warden of the Grand Lodge of Population Over Two Thousand. WI1L, Knight,. W. "$. Harwell. Ee A..

:.,".;., ) ., streetr:thence along B Florida, 'acting, ,, In the capacity of 'Census )Enumerator!: R.Ai Minx. L. H.. .Ingra-n, J. H' IiedditE,C. .
6 lo''\ Ueauaiuut-avenue.. Barlow :
; j 'sln 'lobeD read ld..tel'., ' has almost E. Yowell. F4 C.-Brl.o. G F.Krlbbse ). \-
A i b,''**>'r. 'aloud Beaumont avenue to Emmett Khe following' I' articles were"pl seed completed. the census fo W.; W. Csrsorf. H. Clay Stanford; B.
J eteet.,; thenoe-along.Emmett Osceola county, and the results show. .
O.
/ street to in the stone before It was closed, thereto Miller T.; W. Ellis. K. P.- Butler, ... .
Broadway, thence Boat Broadway to remain -until-we who'were present for very the gratifying increase.The figures L.-E.; -Minx.J. W.::Miller. A. 8..Reed. - ;i

:; ,&proU-arenne, thence along Sproull shall be only. a memory.: Three copies! up to date town the are nearly of complete and Roma Thomas ;Jas. A. 8Impeon.H. .. '"" ZI--'THE'-OUTFrrTER.. ,..;,... N
,,", venue.to Church street thence along Valley Oaiette' list of .officers end Barnes 2,002 residents N. Bratton, "."'. 0., 0000." J* H. rt ra ,"!-'
l ,r. Church street to the school house havew"Deen'reoorded.. )tl'., Bartow.
." ; and member> Friendship Lodge JNo. 10 )L thinks Woodell W. H. Patrick, S.L.Lupter,
./j;formed a. loop. on school house squarer of P.Vllij oftlceara: ,members of! show the". census'.wbea'oomplet.e will L. M. Whldden.. RJ J'olHl.toa..Lew . ."!.h. , ,h _. . . "t'.4./:
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tlfL! !HEIRESS' STOLEN r..ot. .. c_ $" VANISHING I 1".1 FAkI' LIFEltflI.sa--___'.; ,- x.t'p.' f.1.onJ '. :PLANS\j : ::, 1B EEX1NJOUWL, ) '' .

$ .. Oat t&jf;, fthlliosi Grcut.a.. ',. J R IlrJOVED BTaft. and' Ulaai t.
_ \ igiLt \I The people 'on. 1". *1 William !L
.. Little M Mit&dl\ Isnped 4- ,stirred' by the eye. Likeir Result questing JeformatI,,,,. : uBryan. met at the CicaO' Ch..
to From ,
_ 'T.-- Europe!: : the Ir Washington TJL 'C.--Half ,a tnllllon of commerce 'b.nq the tn.
!
_l.f. atChij1 t. kan Situation circulars In which' twelre comprehensive Preiet.i 'time.: Mr/ Bryan extended his la"
and >JJie : ,; Congress.ADMINISTRATJl" ., 'J
: questionsare asked,: have been ... Mr. Taft appreached and b.
Herzegovina by I ; started by tbe committee on country wasa -brief conversation ,:while th4 '
TAKEN TO 'NORTH CAROLINA .and proclaimed a BECOJIiES PACIFIED life to every corner of the United .banquet hall was In a tumult Later**"

For ten hours States. The commission> of which L TO .ASSlSt Mr. Bryan leaned over to'' Mr. Taft
.
of :Vrleslajid H. Bailey of New' York is the cba.lr.m&J1 and smilingly asked If be'had enjoyed .

; .It.U, Thought Ctrl .. B.U ,Carried .to her neck-In water 'I
_ pat.... N. cf.. Where H.r a 2-year-old boy. loa That War tant director of experiment stations Seretr of War Wright Will Address cal speeches. .
.. M.tur u"..; .. baby a child or a WoftU In the department ,of agriculture sy.- Dvleiates .Influence Panama Cmtr. . The chairman of both the repubjli- ,
... the cistern She *AnnlKUction."v.,.. ten. ._ : 0 "
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1 a <
ler"hlm"and lt Is D.De.P"D
\n411'1r- .expaeted"that; 'iheHnfbrmatlon'
Chicago, 111':: Margaret Frances held him above the 'Wilrbereceived"luid,' Iated: 1u thO' f ,' ' ::: neos.decide&.ZO"with their concentrate, presidential nom '

Mitchell,, eight years old. said. foj be ed for' help, but the In the.. -4. Bel jrode, 'th'e hands t)f President Roosevelt by December Visb1ngto '< : -' PresldeioT palgn: on New 'ht CU.aD fX
,anheiress: to a-fortune. was kidnaped deep and no one' present' Balkan 6, upon which he Can -base a Roc evelt has promised with the YorklndlaDa ; .
Iowa
.. .'while on.. the street with, Ier grandmother ten hours, when qulet d-down: After a message to congress' tf'I) session York
the New
on
.. The l1l1._ glrllwassnatchedby : a fainting national aa Some of fiielits, .. lut
the questions which will. objcits '
one of three men'in automobile, lr'111-fronr-the'- taken no definite action be asked In which &vernmenc. In the PresdCnt.amev': J. Hill thereat
_ an ; the blanks will be., tUt'lht by, Coramers. '
;.*nd tak.nawayater the grandrnolb> thought that she to'anaklnjaruponAul- sent tqv lntelllgent- nd-reading1 farm..: LIflLiung'es, which in Northern declared that party lines are
The
city Itself has qiii wU meet impossibleto
';er,, Mrs. Caroline P. 'Mitchell had been baby was uninjured. era all over'tbe United States As,well \'I.II'' t(1 in the 'D. so-'eloeely-drawn-thaLiLia
'knockeddowtu -polloa.are.worli;, The St. fxjulH people would appareKTiyireir as others in touch with rural life fol- "I.t.t' "h t weel predict the outcome'of the

,Ins on a cluo that tbe child wa. taken lty"lo"The' (1)1! .- .mean the. de- low: : warm .Ire.leentexpres.ed the flection comins'J"
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out< of the city probably to- Sparta The St. Louis from AThifihibUieu1n7Ourna1gb;. ..byldm4 1 D4or.P the_ Mr. "Bryan heard and ,
Gibraltar that
,tNc.:: ,.. prizo'of 1,000 to Kb [ fleet\: of says six' bat- borhopd as good as they should be'under the and the prJ o ruolfftBlng'"mmeot. .
'Tho'kldnaplng Is said'to be the ell- first fly in a heavier existing conditions T pie of the ountry generally more, ,
ready to call for k. ,
'[max of -prolonged' struggle for possession (continuous ,flight-) the destination probabty Are the schools '(If ,your neIghborhood fully acquainted with the resources Intended to make-set speeches In 'Nev! .' )1,

of the &Id. She has been living ChIcago -from which place the British traidlng boys,and girls satisfactorily progress and commercial advantagesof York. indianapolis, DesMolnes Qna- Ii
with her father, Robert Mitchell,. sas ell()'. ThIs ' fleet nailed a few days for life on the farm? the southern states ba, Denver, ant( San Francisco,, and 't'

:at, 4829 St. Lawrence avenue' while .one year"from :; (' sea. Do the farmers In yvur'.neighborhood The president directed a cabinet V' probably speaking elsewhere from '

the mother Mrs. Margaret B. Mitchell, ject to conditional./ .- .After' a .secret get the returns they reasonably: flce to represent the administration his "train. Secretary Loeb' said Mr.yy .... '
'. has lived separately.The fortune was Mighty for.more than twenty. should from the sale. ot 'their. products bifore the'cOfgresl and make an address Bryan was misinformed; that theft ..<"

_ ;left to the girl b/ her mother's father i nine. ships is now national assembly ad- ? .... .unit to- the.'representa president. would not' take the slump., :
,According to the story told.10 the police -', kobo.K and has having arrived at any Do the farmers in .your peighborhood .-I tives o the congress that the facilities Congressman Lngworth. who' was ,f'

by the grandmother, tbteats; of'' he mikado an the'' regard to Its action receive .from the railroads, highroads : departments, in the way reported to off' the .t
;lltldnaplng previously had been made to the American ; n trolley lines the service they. of charters, data and statistics Ilouid. stump on orders from President Iv

and because of this she always af- The city council : was a very stormy one, ,reasonably: should have \ be free to the convention. ,, Roosevelt because he stated In a" ., .
com .nled the girl to and from school an ordinance by various re- Do >tb. farmers In tournetghbQ"- All- IhlR "8 brought about in the speech that Roo"cvel would bo a candidate .

She .urged "*be police to search atJSparta. iday in Chicago- was.demanded with Aus- hood receive'from-the United States course of two InterleWI between the for prf' ejght years hence, .

4 where. It Is thought, the mothor1ecentirive& bus day." The but the leader VI the I aoatal 'service, rural telephone, the.. ,committee annolnted- the Southern denies tho report, __ '
the of all service and the ,
closing
- after Foreign they reasonably Ihoutcex. COlunercal" ongell' presi Governor Hughes baa" 'arrived.In t
.. that day eiecpt, fire; -, &. made .a ,pect. hose. -The ,.presidenfav&jiearJyanhourof Chicago suffering from acute lary"BlffrHa. '" .;T.
departments In Are "the- farmers'and their..wives in time to
NEW STAMP DESIGN1 which he said that war Hal was unable to keep his .en' "
ery of America. The _, your neighborhood satisfactorily orcanlzed llttenlng to the plans and olects"of-] gagement to peak alld'bl Wisconsin. ". -
.tt.NIdtoObtaln_ Grea'ttr SlmpDo was taken upon moment the doing to' promote. tholr mutual Interest tbe congress, as presented dates were cancelled. :
i!' Ity Comm.n.urati"Wlth''Mtf'lt- ....nf. Balkan crisis'! is passed ? . TOJtleoand then gaveexpression to '"' :.
... his views Governor' Haskcll In a letter explained -
As the result'of a ex cted"toconteflt1mer. -Ans-the renters-or Iarmejisjnyour aa stated. .
Wasblngton D. C.-vThe bureau of .
he did In connec- ,
the work
:engraving and has I a yard engine and by Instituting a boy neighborhood; making a, .satisfactory composed, of O. received ',.1
printing completed'designs train on the Grand Austria-Hungary' com living? ( 1'uJ"ommlte-1 Alabama John tlon, with the 18,000 fe he '
: suggested by Postmaster General Hrantford Ont., way of revenge. Is the supply of farm labor in your A. Betjeman of Georgia and' Edwin L. from-the Hocking Vall.'Y rairoa. He i""
for ew Issue of UnitedStates of
Meyer a
killed and two In the streets are be neighborhood satisfactory TAre Queries of Virginia. This committeerepresents sai:that he paid
postage stamps. The new and kept only a small part
the conditions surrounding forty commercial bodies of money
and less serl-
Tire !
trial baa
: stamp will 'be of the following denominations burg, Russia of a the people are be hired labor on the farms in your the south, each of which wi send himself. ?, .;4i:

: one-cent, two-cent, who by means of / that war would neighborhood tiatlsfactory to the hired several representatve. to W.lh-I'' W. C. Kronemeyer organizer of the : ri
three-cent four-cent, II five-cent sIx. \
were successful In of Servla nn'i' inrton mf'elog. tin plate trust and rfrle'rd pf Presley*.-
cent .eight-cent, ten-cent IItl n-ccnt. Ihgs of a number of Turkey.-The porte ''Have'the farmers In your neighborhood The lS of -the committee first I dent McKlnley. whom hfe assisted In1framing ' ;

.,, Gfty-cent and one dollar. The two who perished In tbe replies from Great Brit-. saltufartory/ facilities fqr doing oaljed upon Secretary Straus of. the the McKlnley tariff bill, said ".:i
:dollar and flve dollar denominations of Japan. Among 'I I and Russia all fa- their| business in banking, credit and department commerce and labor. the trusts arc-getting away from both .,t, )
'now In use will& not be reprinted. It several officials assembling. of a Euro insurance? / Secretary' Straus assured the committee big parties! and that nothing is befng -

,will be some weeks before' all the de. the ministries.. ..nC.ft| 'la expected Are the sanitary conditions. the of his personal sympathy Im the done to hold them do",1 and det.tec J
"nominations .will be put on the market also will afegulesce in farms In your neighborhood' satisfactory movement, and promised.his cooperation for Debs. -
r I However the two-cent stamp Improvement In ? j and that of the bureaus of his Governor Hughes campaigning In --.
t .will be the flrst distributed and It Is'expected" New Orleans is i the grand vfzler In a l'*.) the farmers and their wives and department In furthering the ends of Bryan's home, city and
of the 8urroundln
sue
... that shipments to postmasters - Inspection monthly >; the Servian mlnls- families In your neighborhood; get together the congress towns caustically .
1 will commence some time In )''o.vember. department ; The committee then the aosal.d
advIAed prude-nee and ; for mutual Improvement, entertainment saw president as chimer '
'T4- *, trade. For S ) the part of Servla. and social intercourse asmuch who after talking-with them fpr o'ral. nomlnee'l-danR<>rouX polct's
The new Issue has been designed exports were. 90,000 IB protest against the on they should? a few minutes requested them to rail
it' with the object of obtaining the great- of tho same month movement continue What. In your judgment. Is the upon the, secretary of war and ask Sidney C. Tapp l of Atlanta wan nom ,. .
fell president of the United- .
:- jest simplicity commensurate :with art2at1c exports slightly the large towns thiough- most Important single thing to be him to accompany,them to the white mated for ,
:. result The profiles have been figures.DeWolf, 20.000 people gathering Cone for the general betterment of h< ,"'. The president: and, Secretary States by .the liberal party' at It first 1 J"' ,
taken In each Instance Instead of full Hopper, for this purpose. I' your life? Wright then went Into the subject In national convention held In Chattanooga '
tained a bad fall detail, and the asked Secre- Tenn. It i III Mated that there
\ITlew, giving a ba 'l'f'lIef effect. All president
''the-stamps are of similar design con- the stage of a ? FALL 2,000 FEET. (COLONEL; STEWART RETIRED. (cry Wright to represent the adrtiln- wer, eight delegates In attendance. P.-_
ater which rendered latiatfon at the and address The session was held In a bedroom
talnlng a head In an alllpse. the only J congress '
{decoration being laurel leaves.on cither and necessitated the l of American Bal- Roosevelt, Loses No Tim. In Disposing he delegates on the Influence of the of one of the hotels behind locked ,
audience. Exiled Officer.Washington doors. Mr. Tapp called the conv.en : ;
aide of the ellipse. The lettering The Army Panama canal on the Industrial development t "
In the slipping of a m Death .t Berlin. D. C.-Colonel WilliamF. : of the nation. ion to order ,as temporary chairman- ,
'Is straight lines, at the being .
top about his waist, atta<:, ny.-The International I Stewart has been retired from act- i iI and made a speech John Maddox ot ,
: 17. S. Postage and at"the bottomthe' which be. Was started from the I Ivn Ef-rvlce in the army, as the re- BATTLE ATOP TOWER. Minnesota was nomlnatt for vie 3'j
I HifH
words "Two Cents. The .
one
'.cent containsthe .head of An investigation -of was the oc-,- suit of President Roosevelt! approving president. Mr. Maddox was also \.' ".j
-4 stamp thousands of school accident two Ihe reVort! of the retiring board of Crazy Man from JumpingOff en as chairman of the national executive "
Franklin while all the others will
having: a miracu army officers which found Colonel Wllllamsburg Bridge. committee. ""
are undented has
go
,bear that of Washington, taken from : death. The Ameri Stewart incapacitated for active service New York City.-At the top of before the '
-
the .city council. Mr. Bryan spoke
\busts by Houdon. Thus one of the schools; :was the only Amer. because of disability.The the great iron tower at the Brooklynend convention In Chicago dep and 1
waterways
notable the
most differences in
new In the contest, having following announcement of the of the Wllllamsburg bridge a Ills
the situation and then resumed srumhlng. longest
4 Issue will be the minimum of
lettpr. Forbes and Au- president's action was posted at ,the thrilling struggle took place _
whiehundrE'ds
urea of relief. 1'T sneech, before Northwestern University
:H... Tb._ arf.. the. ,. Jedi! Jm.l! *" than two minutes wnr department: -'. __ _ _ of persons looked on students. Included a bitter attack :
: -:1uea-.-" Of the early jMampa. common.3'--te- tower climbed '
ftom the watchman an
rcttve service by the president
; 'ii, .CAPITALIZED AT $2.000,000 suits originating In ; it shot down like a I upon finding; of the retiring l board: that Iron stairway at Jbe top of the tower elections. c ,'
: federal courts, has the torn silk bag .s- he Is Incapacitated for active serviceon 533 feet above the' Kant river, and Mr. Taft registered In Clncnnat.f
'Navaj!l" Stoics.Operated Establish. constitutional' by ) of a parachut thus account of disability incident to VBH preparing for -a. leap into the oolllltt with Msoaner .
Preduesrs* Sslllng Company chancery court in of the descent. the service, under the. provlalonsosevtloii river, when two policemen climbed"upafter ".nt )' "to a bed that stands still' ', 'W
against the Louisville h6'reaumed h
. "J After three Lie =
him. dOYI.rest
New 'Orleans. La.- Naval stores operators railroad. to the earth, however I '1251. revised statutes." - '.
representing! flve.. southern abed Jnto the roof of a The presIdent' action Is final The aupearnnce of the rlcemen' tourZ' s
:
,states nave completed plans to estate A'Jones' two'men escaped with "I knowwhy: I have been retired districted th.man from -purpose Mr. Sherman, at Wesleyan Unlvcjslty -. .
- .,. ment of accounts \ from the and he' turned upon ,' the bluecoats a co-educatlonaj
t. ';llsh a t>roduc6ra' I celling: company army and I know :who is Inlltuton.t .
r ,.nuaUzed at 2000000.) The company navy )'ard.. who was responsible for it, but' I am'ItIIl, ai with a razor. The Insane man rushedto '"Delaware., Ohio said favoredo''< .
fwtll'; have headquarters v att )ackson.I *' ago by R. *J. (Qwens, MINE EXPERTS. army officer and cannot discuss that" attack them and'then on the narrow , elc Uon. ' .1
young 'ma' of,the : ,'- footing oC the dizzy height a' ten-
'
declared he l :
,vllle, Flav"'Its: object -will be to secure .Colonel. Stewart when The prohibition national partr til
better, prices for naval store's products government hospital the. u'nltsd. .States' received formal notification .by ..ape minute:-battle ook place, which held to receive, 1500,000 to 'carryon Its ., "
which the operators claim have ens as soon as be Birmingham,. x ,claT delivery letter from the war' department all who".,twitnessed .Jt ..speechless" -with, ,work against the' liquor' tramc..e ,.t" .
been forced-below the cost ,of production death, surrendered Ala.-The party of for-, of President's Roosevelt's horror. cording. o an announcement made at ,'

TTy competition and by adulter- Robbers committed now touring the action In ordering! : his retirement Flpallv he was handcuffed'and taken the Chicago beadluartf'r.. The- fund .'. .
i,at ion. Walter P! Corbet, of Jackson- crime in the village to Investigate condi INTO etlll struggling, down the tower probably will not he available for this \.Y'ampaign.
,..vllle said bat |ie and hi. associates Russia. Tbey'enlered to lessening the SLID TM"HfsslsSIPPI. )edd.r. trying at eY r-.tep to throw Th.bequest was made by '
,had Information that .t, OO.OOO gallons Jewish family named In mines, has himself and his captors Into space.At Charles 13. Latlmer of New York who

'c-,., southern turpentine had been' add- ed twelve persons In t and will 'spend $75,000 Worth Lost at of.New. Railroad Orleans.1lew .Property the eastern distric .ken.bOllplal.wbt"J at Palm Beach Fis., September ,
dl.t
terated Jn'order to lower prices, and get away with a small visit Ing. the' mines of. the prisoner Wi According the wi the mountvi '
Orleans, La. Seventy-five his as Joseph Krats of !
th.t Uae com .- will to .The murderers! 'were gave name to bill wife her life and
new pan, work secure thousand :i ,,
dollars' worth of railroad Brooklyn. He was placed In a padded lef '
charge of J. I
laws regulating Interstate business A. I' r f"r death Is to revert t .thn prohlbltlon "
I In turpentine and especially Its. : Wa Wnct testing department property?when slid sgctlon Into the of Mississippi earth 300 feet river cell. _ _ _ _ party. .under whose banner tO''.,1'
egedadulierat1on.AM1NATWN:. The. wisdom of States government sur 1 he was a veteran. ;
DEEP WATERWAY
., ment'a order for Rear of Herr Carl Meiss long and .about 200 feet wide cavedin tONfIEtF ,i.,
; Samuel Qompers criticised Frostkdent
carrying along /seven .freight cars
the service
German
............... OF BANKS not. -permit shore chief of the Bel; i and four lines of railroad tracks, Undermining Lakes-. toGul. Channel Nesting In Roosevelt for his defense Citf-' ,'. '\
t' of- Ib..fleet-while..choJ !" the bank by high water Resolutions. Judce' Taffs labor record, and Insist
andCaptain !
''Number/Will Be lnersssedby Cpmp.. In Manila ,. chief expert of the Art being; the.cause.- 4- -,_. > JL ,_ Chicago II.-Tbe adoption of yeaoluti ed that the candidate bad .bu.e the; '
trailer of'"Currency. civil and military commission No lives were lost. The losses are t.- declarC opening of a power of injunction, _
Washington,, D. Comptroller of bilL divided between the Illinois Central deep 'connectnc' the- Eugene V.-Dabs spoke to Yale students ., '

,. 1 the Currency' Murray' has decided to Representative Clark Contracts. railroad and the city,, which..owns the Great Lakes' with the o -at New. Haven. In a' psrade /

Increased' the -number of national complained to Belt railroad, and most of) the real estate to be an imperitlve duty of the.gen which preceded the address 2.000 persons -;
:bauk' examinationIn many cases the alleged political La.-With instruc- :which' sank into the river The eral government and this work 'totegIn took''.part. among whom "were) .
;from ,twice ,tot.brpe'or.' four time. a federal officeholders \ reforms In the cotton real estate loss Is total.. Inasmuch as immediatelyj and' complete ... many, women., ",
:; ear.. It is .nol bis purpose>> ;he 'a.)'., he asked the : of the New Orleans no fllllng-ln will "be done the caved soon as plbe. the Thomas Ix Hlsgen and William- "RarL .
:, to examine: all national bank four or accord with his views.] ,a committee bait ground 'being given overto the river. Orleans next convention and ''Hearst to' enthuslas
spoke an
dolph
i (even three Unites a year, but the new members of the of old "'officers were the .
.
., plained of are 'Unlled oily) ex Several docks were .mong the"proper->> reIEUo. tic crowd of miners at Reno inth. ,.
-1 rule1 will be'.made-to apply to all'na I .tie closing session of Gulf
ordered
[ Attorney Cheney .was ty 10.', Later additional caving features heart 0\> the Nevada gold :;". .
i tional-bankthat have In the past d'Neal' at Orlando, Fla.; 'farmers, brokers and around the sides! ;of the hole threatened pep Waterways Association. aelds. "
t tshowu a disposition"violate orevad ;were actively--engaged _throughout the south to .carry more.l .nd Into the water -. resolutlonsxadopted- te presented Tbe Independence Part, "flying ", I
;aiiof the- provisions of the national over Florida making -. In the porth who ;;-:rTnr; .freight. cars- .were. loaded;.. to 'both branches of congressby wedge" Is scheduled for' speeches' '.
;:banking. laws' on,the. regulations pre- republican1' ticket and cotton, to determine mostly with' staves, much of which committee ot'gtty-Whieh--Presi- throughout the ..central'states.. ,

--Lr Bribed J !by' the comptroller! ot the cur.ntey Cheney was maximum trade utll- may be salvaged, ,owing to the ,shallowness dent Kavanaugh ' authorized to Suffragettes'. made vain effort*' t -i I

::: and O'Neal for future contracts. of, the water.. ppolnt. :"i i. register- .- as- voters In New' York.

_; I" Tbe civil service "Hurrah for Bryan!" was the greeti.Ing .
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,. i e WAS KILLED 'BI PREAtB I. issued 'a. statement to End Strike. RURAL LETTEH. CAH.1ERS Arbitration Trt Signed that Ma. Sherman was mat;with/V.. ,

Paul W. -Cox, a England.;-Representa- : ; j I D. at Butler Ind.. coming from the. lips A"
_' "Livingston Cat.r Caught In Woods In Robinson 111., Paul L. Lindsay of Tucks Qav fs rW..hn&oD prPQse and' of a young &r1.whose'eyes' ,v. '
manufacturers and, China jrty.
; Umfergarments..Athens moved from office and Elected President; arbitraton btwen' as ., the'
Ala. has conferred,Ineffectually ihe United States was signed at the .
-News reached clerk In the Omaha. Neb."The'''National' Rural challenge to.the republicancandidate'
')1e...:of the t billIng of Andrew Jackjnona omce, severely end the strike. Win- Letter ''Carriers' Association elected itate department. Br., Wu Ting Fanc. for vice president "My'' ele.rtOns/, /,

;:t' 'citizen-r..ldln.r"2u't 'o..et thor duced- la ''salary from ( ) will', president of the following officers for the ensuing the Chines' minister acting n behalf ';ady. ;you're not going to get tett..tl' 't" ',ti',.

u4er4a1rtountrilbrarpreaelto year-Jbeginqlng last make an ef- rear-- : of and Secretary Roof '9SL 49r morning,.but you will 'in ia ,
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1 > ,'named,Livings ton. because,- 'of pernlctou. J> case..- ldnt"I 1 'L.'ind'a'U ker. half Cht.the'AmetICngdverzBnent._ .. *" replied Mr.Sherman.. ,__" .',, _" '
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lJ other.fOr a long time and when ol4tnerlcan----- ant
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Warm brought- the ton Ind v has on a stumping tout
; '.- th 1'-JD.t..yeaterda-UYIQ -fired large official' envelope' -Upon the .repre Secretary-P. Cull, v Concord, Hong; Kong. Chin-It 'Is 'Iearneclhere will last until election day. In'mlct.lOctober '

Jon Jackson five times Livingston .onal." which .Page Bryan, the : Mass/ I, that the reason of. Secretary he wi make .e.eDt1'speech. ,.

jWas. later barefooted caught wandering and with about no clothvlng \ thewoods ., $500 United States 'of Portugal, the Tre.lurerD Williams. Renfrew, 'lart's recent visit to England was:, to es In ?. i -

_ _ ; save his undergarment Later for $170, the entire has telegraphed to bring about an alliance between Cn.Ina, Standard Oil lawyers have given
'f science money" Angola Portuguese, Committee.?. H. Johnson '
Executive out a statement denying
'In the:.plgbt he mad his.escape: It the United'States'and Great Britain In'detlltbe
pensioner. The *n explana. Hampshire L. T. Langer; '
money New : statement
of Frank 8,, ,
:.4 |s thought that his mind Is interests of Monnet
unbal to conserve the Jibe nations
with the
treasury expulsion T. R. Wicker. South Caro
,! > of an Missouri; -atorner'cenr.1 of oil
of! anced. wble ,
''" ..-. ,, conscience, fund". .. In the- t far East. comp.nt had tried to bribe hjm. .

',$.:, BANK, .OPENS. ,IN,J.AN1U.. 4_ mental--3; gyto1rrb quartermaster; : to::Boost-Colton.: Un1UTONA BK-llnilt _ JSjOOpjOOOTon (Coal; .i Contract. Mr..."..f bu'completed. hls-tour-of W ",.., "'t'1'-

", i RealEstate$.!'., and Harvested Crops to regiment, national' tbe '11Ur}$ il1l of Examiner* to Statoned' Various Plt.bur..a.T14 "PUtsburg-TSuF' crowd 'that In the- rainto"heare'

_____ 't .it.. Takeniaa' Collaterals ? vanla...was shot and low price of cot "- i tab announces the him. and t.bef!to-began hi* "trip through i l' t
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the largest
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;:: Manila. Pf ;irc CThe Agricultural mer home.'near, Village '' ,' a 'mas!! meeting Washington D.' Comptroller of closing Missouri. He asked theMissourians' '
founded the. traCts U the of the world a
by
pllank. governm.nt.with merttJiants
and
h.tory'
His 'Mrs. : lie Currency Murray has announcedbat .
sister-in-law to vote for' him. as he would
; .. whlc require four carry
'> capital of 1.900,000 pesos, has begun entire (
south will
:' ja el"s under arrest. !, b<* be would put Into immediate action eQtc1 tbe
forwhich,
i., pperatlonsv;;Secretary of Finance O. 1C men working B.er.1 polcle. Jhey; .
"' murder. The ( ,. .Tenn., November a plan for,,the. formation of tboUBld It.eadly"t1e voted ,
woman ,
:' ,, >U'&neta Is prealdent.of.the bank-and Jordan, president eleven districtsof 'national.bank years flll.- 'The eont.ct cli "
.w Insular"Treasurer/' ., Abrangan, its II did the shqpttng during Cotton association. 'with a chairman-examiner examiners in- "dellvery" of 1.00.000 ln. ; coal :Governor' Haskell. in.a''ete '''to" '

.. ---eanager-ReL--etate-and.hsrv.sLe4.. reL Cjiptaln rb.:j: : will.come Ja, re-ebargeat each pf the cities yearly for aye )'en '.M- A'President .senlt. '"ot,, t i
( -'-cropsu are..the..only Collateral which secretary to"brul'. W. \' ...tellers-rfrent --all '-,' folo"lol Hanna company Cleveland- T not getting ..roy.lfT.10r' the, In

_f ,Will be accepted by ;the bank:. In ical 'leader of ; >,urging >him. to ) OtoDm'Work, Phladdplt. .Plttsburg- Cftal ..mpaDJ'lnounce'Jtwl'plt rica .wards...of Ih : .t .
vtereatwtll be paid at, the rate.of 10p.Tcent,1' of the' best known -Ccago. ,'natn.Whe1bt, \
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'l ; va.tor, Mr*. Chester leaps back. 'with 58Vere4 -
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against -ope of the projecting ..blocks Headaches
of timber iftnd turn a J little white .
I : : : Sir JohoVatcbes her'face! '. The' most complicated watch eve when -
narrowly. '
"J'ou" made, the work of Louis Leroy. fives a ;
; : RQMANCEi REALITY. gave one waits too many to
wenty-flve Indications, It
: )kfr.. Brongtitou 8u -suspect, Mr. Cueser. has.two dlala.different.' the mechanlani, In
dissipation a* dancing till '
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MISS ANNIE EDWARDS.CHAPTKE you Italian scientist beJleves t tadayU.htaonfl.determloe. \
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XvContinued. : the romance' from-the TBrtt'ihapter: ,taever. : lion, The summer.migrants; he say. rTw

'I ., vsteerabltof. the last Clementina "was fresh-or r'Andwewfll: itart by the field way come North Jo tak., advantage of tile .

L- .. _- ;1 a \ sge1C .th'lstle- faded.rather' poor ,onrdree. d hlld : for KIefdloKelne..,, And, tbere la not longer d&.1;and -sout1carat+to pa --", "'
down' - from_.th Herman 'aod avoid the short and dark ones. Will Cure You.
by rule .nd.comp..i 1oTii : governess the tbe smallest necessity" to [burry; ,we ,
aside Lady Lydia Jornlngbam fi>m schoolroom:. Severne new'rromtiiS: i6aTI7et ltd'ata( rlaer probably;ae-ae. 1i'1oque.EatHa .. The liver fa the marn-. the whole body. To expect
tlj, ;tbe freak that happens to be uppermost Woolw1'ch'ex.mlnaUooa.. They meet so( alone. "irwasitateddersfleld. d- ..,...= ,...sood heal1. .,one must keep tae liver in Rood order. To do eo,' f d
In Ilet'.m.d-e.p bead. The Arab look unutterable thing. It I* supposed But "Daphne baa already come,.'to Englwid, on -a, plasterer's') a regulator!*) needed. Herbtao will put'your: liver in the oooi!
'i8..IIi J ,tr1Jtb." endowed"With; tbe, TIIII- a*, they worked GUt propositions la sternest resolutions oa tbe score of her borer who died from anthrax.contracted I dltloa it ahoald be and you will not suffer from hoexlach.*. ,

able'tab.nt of playing while )lie'&n"- Euclid aide .l!, side,., and :.murmured. colt,, future-;'conduct.: Fresh '111' her when mixing goat's hair-Wlth : t'
'" '(wIJd. monotonous strains, twanged by passionate speeches "inv! .the1 lecture IL nOt#' l itbeaell bt that,for a pasBlonatelJnatant Blaster,' that this was the. first' co** .*L A POSITIVE' CURE.
L the finger of hi* ,left !hand on a Turk rooms ef the Royal 'Society At all thrilled her heart at down of anthrax' in the building '
ish guitar slung round hi* neck), and events, they became eujngrd. Then tbe possibility of Beverne's being let .rade. FOR CONSTIPATION* CHILLS

e before Are minute are ovet"' th.-d ck, came" oti' olttOIl,! I should more Justly: tree Freak in her memory: 'are' theta ___ K FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, MALARIA
L l*. .cleared.,' the ball baJ opened; .ay: masterly Inactivity! va the. part t ,that' his marriage '-with Clemen- One ot the early criticism" of the AND ALL LIVER COM LAlNTS.
Daphne, who, ten day* ago;' would of the; .dlplomaUatato-thlet_ .Money: tina, Itardcastle la tied for August new Tungsten lamps was that they

... bare regarded such dissipations front: was. wanting tkodgli Intellect abound that the name of the milliner, the color were fragile a large percentage ot '
.g tbe mores standpoint of -a Saint '.re e of the bridesmaid bonnet are decided . them ,being broken.ln shipment.. A* Has Done, A, World Of
tea an'certain, *. (the first cost of these lamps li ralho I '
X:n gyrating at pace a* rapid a* t6ta on! : .
Ifrest, :Waits galop, waltx-the-Jonre* Severne and the title. "I shall wait a few minutes longer great, aa compared with those of the Mrs.! 0. D. Philler"Marble Pails liTer Texa wrtto.f MO.'W,
:need Herblne and find! It the beat oorreotlTe I
V aurveed each other wltB Spirit till "And after this" for Jean MarIe" she resume, a little ordinary Incandescent type yhe matter tried. It done my family aa woU M myself a world +
long/ mildnlghttTbe'dfoutMjin: \ "After this l; the disconsolate 'lover stiffly. "sPThen If I see! nothing of him. : was regarded ass serious drawback and I recommend It! to aJtt my friend. I uevcr..*
( Improvised '.upper-by fight of tbe wee ordered to India. Before a yea r', and If'there;!* light enoughfor me.to; 1 but it I II now announced that >bedaxsbe aoymore.< " .

moon; Lady; Lydia will allow of nor was'over both uncle. died without find Wy- bight enough. 'for me ibis baa been overcomeand jthe 150c WILL'BUV.rr.: ,
artlflclnl .Illumination-and then after( heirs- and then, suddenly\ Mr. end' i to *f.,Id'tumbling over tbe Bide of the lamps: are almost substantial a* -' '
'one inoro, wait, they fall back upon .Mrs. tlardcastle discovered that Sir harborball' start for Quernec. those having the more' familiar carbon -, eel
iv" ;,'. '*M>ng* and sentiment and the best half John Severne was tbe one niin-In-rx-- ..J"Klther/ -.way.- 1'00 refuse ld'Tet me filament. Ballard Snow Liniment \ :

( hour of the" night-the half hour be- safeties they would have chosen for ,I walk' Borne wltb goat These' things. Second St ST. ,
M" 4 fort separation begin theft Clementina's bniband. *MrsHardcaitle are Lest said frankly" Chloral morphia and the poppmust y. soo-so2"N.: ,-- LOUIS, u.

I' .1..a In a pause after another French bal. I should tell- 'you,. 1* a "I don't know about refuting t-" look to their laurel a. aids to r

l w lad, sung with Increasing- false Dotes, fl'mme homme," continue Mettle "Pra,.. go on, 1\11'8. Cheater. "nature's sweet restorertorlccof4l_ -- -- .... . .
s ,by the siren widow. Jt chnnees that "aji. a femme-homme with{ a theory." "Xvjell. t nee no necessity to clrfr you fag to a French contemporary, a, recent :: Sold and Recommended'by: :
Wbat anuigoaism, oh,-, reafler, Scan tWuble Invention 'promises to banish.
Daphne finds herself inwmnla. '
standing beside the of long walk for '
\ <51 lee Mattie Rivers, the novelist (>f *the equal that of converging/ creeds? Mattie Sir John." nothing. Tbe Invention is a musical 1 Fdr- Sale at ROBERSON'S DRUQ ;;STORE..; y'f'

:' f utuFe":"NoiieJ'bVThe-Indies iofthepar- Rivers yearns ibr'the'emnncfpa "Kecesslty! Troublel" be exclaims bed The sleepless and tired man -- .,

tv] moral and social
as ')"Pt. She la pretty beyond the (as the embryo novel If :roll were addressing any oilier tel. spring which sets a music box 1 In J
Teach of cavil her will set forth), and still toward Merton :. motion. The apparatus begin to
; dress Kuzgi-sts nn, low In the world but me?
empty( purse. Did good looks and poverty Hall, ow: Glrton, toward pettlooatedpbyfclclnns "A good deal would depend upon grind outlullables and melodies, and

i ever Insure flattering nt tent{ion or sweet girl graduates does who- the other fellow was"_ ._ In a short time the patient li snoring EJVE: P EOtt't"E
she feel like a conservative of fifty .
to a woman of two-and-i\vf'nty Cromtilm1wra of "Sti, Cousin Felix then, 'dimply to peacefully.
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; years age
of bol'..o\1'U sex) Now... however fltlvt the supposition on air of fact." -
after, fixedly surveying' Sby- -,-Irs.that. nardcustle Undf'r.etJuCClted', 1..lIar.bolds! a theory ''It| I wore addressing Mr. Broughton. Tbe cable repair business in the 'ITBA.MmJLILLIm: BTKA.USZ: ROBBED,. w
'looking ('null try girl from delilreo'eredul'atf'd If Arctic regions; Is active. -In the last
head to n'hythlrig no wildly Impossible ronjd C.ptala.Cla7 Johnson, 8r. Captain Clay Johnson Jr.:
'" foot. Mottle litters begins. In club vitae! Accordingly, she happen nil Mr. liroughton offering to few years a treat deal'of'aubrparlp e 'i f 1 fTt f-'
ha* trained ber family, her own children bcnlu'\.t, trip to Baningearetmra. Roseida leaves.KlaeW.
cable
door hams-ln-pockct sort 'of fashion. take a four-mile walk with any mortal was laid Vy the Governmentand . .
k to talk-l might more fitly say discourse and her stepdaughter alike, for being for tbe sake of seeUur the BUD by private enterprise but the ones Tuesday mOl'llln.4 arrive. rjsslmraee Friday evening. ; 1
what may be called the market SpecIal Charter'TrlD to Lake Oke oS be. and Tort LUUe. *
'Y when I sustained by Daphne throughout the lectual.' YOU see the result?" "You would answer?-doVt be afraid because of the great .number Oemfortable accomAiodaUoa for paaieBceri. Rates reasonable. ,.

?- length'and breadth of tbv eon 'er.l'tlon. "Miss Hardcastle' Is quite they cleverest 'to')Speak. I like truth unsoftened:: bit'tetra of breaks which'are occurring all the The moat picturesque Waterway- In Florida, ''

r.. "You think n* a queerly.-ossorted net person I ever met. say Daphne. undisguised by sugar or flavoring." time. These are mostly due to earthquakes For Passenger and Freight Rate apply to +
of people no doubt?"-a couple of "Tbere seem no subject of which riles "Well. I believe I should say 'yes.' " and volcanic disturbance. A CLAY JOHNSON BR. Proprietor,'''' -

'questions having drawn forth, a* much Harden silo is Ignorant., "You believe :you would,sny yes: ?' new and active volcanic disturbance ,. ., OB board -Ullle.",KUslmmee,.FU;
has' Miss Rivers care* to know're pert. "And "none that over-cramming has 'YJust: for the fuu witnessing; hit was recently reported In the vicinity ,' -' .

,r*.+ ding her hearer'. Insignificant place 'In not spoiled for her Lectures here con. wry." of Valdec and when the workmen I,
!, creation. "But poor you say 'tfo' for the fun of the view of .. .q
!Lady Lydia never got a yachting party politics-all these things have witnessing mine." repairing the damage It was discovered ,' ,.. ;
'that did not more .or"Icss, turn out ... been her portion since her Infancy, and. vPerbaps.Daphne ." that the cable was completely!:
'i ,cratch team. Jornlngham you sec"- now at heart- lift her eyes as she spenkv buried for a long distance under volcanic America'sBargain
Hirers Miss Itlvers pauses, and glances significantly and 1v
1-Mlns belongs- theadvanced see her own little faded bunch overflow.
I iKbool of ladles ",lto' across the deck of- pink. ,
call a spadi a.palle (dropped probably, during
There in the moonlight stand tbe e : Counter' : .
and men by their surnames 4hflt "one waltz too many" wltb Felix -
'Jofrtugharu |I. a man'with a passion. cousins, deep In talk; the smile that Bronjrhton) .in Severne'n buttuiibole. QUININE ''IN ITALY ,. 1
4' ,iflnh. In the height of the London} sea only Felix Brougbton has tbe power to At tbe sight her stern resolution melt 1.. .;..,

-, |eon Jo'rnlngham-wiii run.away after awaken brightening Clementina's face."Now Into pity-as the gray shadows of the State Y Sells, It and Uses the Front to 8y FranK'W.,, O'AJatlay. '.. l
""wliillnjr.{ (conger-eels mufletlienven nt heart'she tietests tbe very external world are melting Into ruby A_ .
;'kjtows-.what .. merttlon/ of lecture roome'ofoglee;: able Fight Malaria. rJ,
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\ not ruL.ptte cwt amethyst under the lust kisses of .
sad at teu nSlnutes' notice: Ludy"Xydla : wittara I .... .-yrafeeeot4ierda: .. Jhfr morning."lfTth'du( . :The; sale of quinine Italy,is car' .
'\ like .devoted wife!,;. never a r.ugleaa more to say to a dandy with halt an -jliryoa i','l11iL.fl"ntly-be in fled__ott.lnapecularfahlon.. !. 'rheGovernme Y that Englishman of]X-oweiriwho' notion of:America waa"j.hattpf
.rue* ( any eitra-aoud ball is! on 1 1 Inch of brain than she would to the j nmect _about !such a trifling ...matternit t sells the drug""lo- the a"great stretch bargain-counter: strung along..tbe
' Band), t tnit gets tosether' whatever most CnlUveted! man In,.Europe; In a my returnijift..to" Quernec alone-I peasants In malarlou districts .and I .eat.oar4..to 1iidee11I*,""conception- -thelUnited-Iitatep.np-: ,. _
'valuable material ,lle- within reach, 'Wbrd, 'J. over bend nnd ears In love mess if you could really wish to walk then uses the" profit to fight malaria.-, on a glimpse from' a schooner off Atlantic City neither you*' ,

l I,kind goe with Mm. You! ,see. what the with her Cousin' Felix! three in Hen-for' the1 sakeof. ;; 'pleasure, The first aim 1* to nrntort th q II II 'der' anJ"' one ele would J+lam..htnt..Thi Boardwalk 1* a ,
,. ble-mnterlal. ?were on the pres-. t..A feeling of Joy; tO\ brief too 1 Ifttenseforher not dutv?." -' *"' peasant/ from mo.qultoea-: ; l it 1* string of shops"on one side 'aeID,- the sea..and thei are

,, ent.occasion.-'" 't? ',_ r ,' to slop to .0nlll'lIe Ita'source, F.Need'l put on-record Scverne an klmqst.;.JmpOBilble to' get,, ,them to r next to the thousand of proraenaders the-most Interesting, 4".. '
'''.'- Daphue'does see;'b.\'t. on 1'.0'delicatoA thrills through Daphne's heart swer.or'the 'sequel to bill aDlli\\'er1 t'i take care of the wire screen which ., thing tbere. You may' have hurried away from the loony

r n theme .feels that nllence Is her.wisest "And-and so TMIss llardcaKtle, will t' They return. Daphne's hand-resting. are given them for their house. .. '. hops back la Atlantis avenue when you noted that' they
C f 'answer. not marry Sir John Severhe" she falj! ]Shyly; on the young '"mniv's arm, As fur their -wearing yells and sported grossly1 material things like head of cabbage and aides of beef, .but- ,

"Max and myself In the first place. sere, never lifting her *yas lest even: 1 ;through the morning twilight to I"I" ('!. glove when they go abroad.... they out here among tbe Boardwalk chop you'will, find nothing on'sale'ezcept 7.....,,
1- For( the last five years :Max and 1 haves I I I I Inthis i soft light they. should betray ( tfcelonged to a class tolerably well tier secret. clear of the town, winding across anybody who knows the Italian peasants thrown away the fronts of the *hop. so that you the better may see the near-: r

y r' (known throughout the yachting -world "Xot marryT' repeats,the anthorefn.' flelds .and lanes! heavy still with the can guess how many ot them Japanese gimcrack;! that our studious and spectacled.and suave little ro....'
o",- '.a stray utility people." In her re- with n laugh borderrnj on\ the cynical- night odors of elder and of meadow. will do it. s brother are selling through the. medium of -a well-groomed white auctioneer '
x wd )"earchea after character Mlas Revere and causing her double eyeglass. to"fa 11-) 'Bweet and wltb the thrushes calling The. Government has therefore to wbo repeat the bids offered a* tJroueb'he were revealing a great aeeret' MI't _.. '

6 .... u? flltreads many paths; even the/ellppery byiu ans of a little shake from he L low good-morrows.'a to their mates depend chiefly on draining and filling row. Here are J Persian; Syrian and ,Turkish rags, omtf designed and built a
. .'!by.patha fit tbe sock and bekln'-a. nose. ")loot Undoubtedly I Miss Ilardrf: -among the hedges After this, coming vp the pool. where mosquitoes: breed 1n a, post Tillage,like.,Bagdad centuries ago no doubt, and many more'th.C ...r ''i'',,

.. ._" 1; '3iier speech_ebowa., "''eJtl:1: _:)&lax .!Jor castle will marry Sir J'ohSev rne:- back again upon the sandy sea roncl. and on what Is called bonlflcamento o, were designed jtbere centuries ago but only recently have.been' built for' then ' <.... "
H U ever sea-sick; we are unhampered with )Jr.- Felix Broughton. officiating'asbeetman. ;! they watch tbe *uu rlse above the hills or the, Improvement of the land i Western rich In the'applied' art centres of C.mden..hlcb. I.a In New.:Jersey,, ... .;

i. }.."". byjncuoibrances;,wo san..brew a cup of Sho.was talking to mr; of tbe\ Cotentln on the coast'Of France 1 various w.rt\\: Last.year.tha Government Toy+hops fairly embrace one another. Picture post-card are even more ndnn> !/*<'.",
ea v take an oar act, dance or.be musical about her trous :autnls morning.. The; They are ,affected to rapture by thebeo&otr Bold to 'the peasantsabout crous than around,theIiotel'tan* at Santlago-r-rowi.:.and.racks-ofthera_ .1 l

-,. (of efface'ourselves'. when .''required weeding Is fixed for August Elsie", ot' the, morning- they; .made 1800,000 worth of quinine, with a .that.Utter.taWem and climb cellingward along three. w lla.*Everybody Mag-:' J:" t'
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'+ .+. and are.t any moment 'of our make tUe dresses and the color of the note. In natural history; of ,,which almost net pro C -of about;. f1Ii1l00NerYork adne. -' "
t existence.'ready.to bridesmaids! 1 Ixmnets ah Mrs de Frauleln Sun. -rum '
... ; embark for the Isle Mau- Scbnapper might apo .. )i .b- .i1i .
c'r of\: rbt 'tbl left Surely, will give prove respecting the. C II 'II rot.ust '
; or ? Pacific according to you c* another early singing ,;
.'{ ):.-'J""lthe,: $irtcy.,of' our enter talnel h., Next or ;your;.delightful. ballads before .we.' the thrashes. Sir "John'.looke at his .... . ..: '. '. -' ,
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l A '" b rea k watch when the first "lUce For Corn Belt .
{ tthe tv ,: ,uP. ti I point of crimson ti' -"'" :: ; .
:Ur '.. ,,8he'I'top: .. that: gentleman,, his .... ,'::0---: :f1 uprises ,lon;, the ,French horizon.. and The farmer o; the corn belt StaljTa ,. ." \ ....: I . '" '.". .
cultlt''UlI i.dependlug-frejnihla.nftck: ; " > both-' of them are amazed. as though it may. wtthla X f.w.ean, be 'able.? to '
Y.r. ;Ipice* .tangjdly-ijefore 'L'-f'---.i.L: : were some new astronomical discovery raise eneuth'rice to What
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'thenj,1> Lndy.T.ii ma Happened
. 1'Wb.IS'D .C; ;?; Early Lbve Song 't theta'theiua= D TItqult'birH- ,. :
...' ;\ .dlnt>n his arm K,. "'\r.-p j ">" 'Jrettt.14..u..the..wur..ur.1e.t7. 1. _. a
;:itI .-"- The Lib rta.has slowly( o t dwnb S.B8 .on this; the earliest morning of ... r".... > '
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e The 'forld. plind'rtce'wpich' F. N Meyer recently -r. -""" '
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& says manyi/thing..; ffttaoV: one; 'factfor -jV.tlde'tntft\ Inner-road*...*pdby 'the/year! They chat gayly; ..bout'tbepNlle' has discovered In' '-Northd: !, : : : ; To}: Lots >y.:., < ,

''(-; "certain-that be baa been In the em- .the'' time Daphne: Chester;to allowed on the :yacht about ,"Max and Chtnadola, au tbat,... expected.ot It, . .. Wifer. ; '
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" : to land lei alongside the pier, not fiftyyard'distant the- Arab, about the emancipated novelist Mr. _. art: "
.' F ) > 07qJt.I)tof theCb! .dlltEgyptljxn: ; Meyer 1* a special agent for the .' ,
r \ reform .0r?tbe''-Slave MaTket bs| best ::from: the apot Whejre.JeanMarie about the wily older,', They United State Department of Agriculture. : : .. ..;;:{

,' endi:IforgeL"which; ., However" "this} should be In waiting. ):> apeak:eatml7. as1'' concerning matter) '' He 1* In Ante, Iowa on blway Ch.mlstJ1t111 M.. .R f/'I'.t .'

r r; ,": may be'rthere'fs'nomietaktngrtbe': '> Morning,'i* now creeping, on, wtth' unconnected with themselves'of Clem- to Washington from China,.where e f .
t *. : .stealthy pace -Tbs hull of. thave entina Hnrdcastle, and &her Coimln he has "'br ,
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man complexion, ;jK4tem'cnniaie! *}; NFelix. spent three year searching for .. .
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r' .!Not. ..'bit of It.vOplnm;'I think. "'I r.-'> J..In the harbor,. the-wall, and. The whole world.' Clementina varieties of plants that' "would be ,"", .",.
1., 4 ", 'I member! : hearing I that .bis!..,_ name, closure' of. the fort above,' gain //at Included, might listen to their con v ,.- likely to prove valuable if IntroducedInto ........e... E.i..t. what' happened to Lot' wile :Lot'and Abrakam were, '7 :
.each JDlaute Un action from, , \. .Jr+ a* Brpwn, and that.be ,h.II.,father oplqocmea..Ithugb\ this country. This upland rice :.. :, ,.- fate. Lot'.tt.'U' .-
y'la'T irekls* In thecity.. ;'-The 'ayit t! have the stars still shine white 'as, at' mid.plghthad.aot. bint'of' tore-po. wbl.per..eveo, of bas been successfully growl In Manchuria .. 'torned back. She did not merely look back r 'abet' actluBy.: ii,
ffltft.deMatricy." -._ "_-: 4a a", fluah-cf.row.-a *' the possibility..of, love'* approaclv.And --for.7ea1'L---Tbe.-cUma.ta-tb.r. W went-hack A distance...late'tbe sons of a remarkable phenomrrtenon'wBTfcli '1.//(

,. ;yam r , d tfactnrwttJr.-tb vetceitadds- _tbejgale-j!! cb of eaters i j; "Qnldkly< ; yet....., is much the tame 'as that of the can. 'r' 'toolr7pl' .cg'st 'tne'Uaie.or_ peihaps-her turning: .
t.; ,,'Daphoenot wholly uninterested In the ...*"herrfeeOvlircirry, her;suspicions.-- jAndyet_ wten they have bidden traT core belt States; and -there seems b.eka.; .;merely lagglac.vwhich/caused''lier ,to be caught t.
} :;::; i f+I ,tors are to prove Felix: Broug-taton' l'aeprt.II' at hand Mr*. Chester run* Heine, 'wben Daphne find herself well'here. T _.. .... .eeeeee-, _. . __-*t-said. -a manentsgo! that a streak of fire passing rapidly"_ rr .
.,- ,destruction." forwkrd.. to the appointed place of. walkingalone through tbe'silent Illy- The horticultural :department at 6'' through the air would prCcl: ,rtite! nltrk'dd"Bo: 'i: uICif"bolt r

.-.;, Exactly.-- '' 'be.ady'.With'' the',.olee. trytlng; and finds-h r elfalone,:"tim scented paths of tbe farm IIIrdrn. a Ames baa a, special plant Introduction.carden. of lightning. 'A bolt of lightning! moving f r *.4Ietanee of.100.feetwith-;; r o!;:: ,
., #f'WelJ,"'Agatha'.de Mauley',la-Agatha: idly,; under bet;' reath. abe call Jean sensation too subtly blent for perfect where it :'I* .testing some ot out the.xlcsas break fn its scone! would throw, down nitric add out of tbe t.
de ''Haul iy,"- answers" :&tattle; /.nd., Marie by name, but gets'no answer. happiness1'or. perfect' pain swells at her the plant )Introduced by Mr. Meyer air for-a territory a mile In diameter. l' '?< '* '. ,

'7- somehow the tone In'Whlch'tbl'truismla Advancing a few faltering pace. toward heart.-!whole and other explorer*,. Among"these Now, suppose a"bolt of lightning did dart tbrongh'thirr'Dui.lmmed.t!:/ ;'1/

OM < spoken Infuse certain. fine venom some logs of timber-whose deep The world might have listened are a number of hardy varieties of ate vicinity of what t LI now 'the Dead Sea. Suppose that bolt to ,have, trvversed '4'
con\'e'i'IIIIUon
t ; ,ImorjB potent than detailed scandal Into :Jlne.of.shadow It 1* .barely possible to their Yet she knows, apples and pears, which will be Valuable a long distance with its course. unbroken by a common 'zigzag movement -......'.,,, .
tia-pt eallo1DC..tJHL brlag4; tip t.to the may conceal him she glances round a Just a* plainly a*. though; be bad declared as foundation stock for breeding of lightning. Enough nitric acid would be thrown down to change all .,"i ah

} -- ,end,' of the'list., toilittle'Clam. Hard- corner----mr-.leoart-Mul..I-: !be-, his passion In set form of up varieties adapted to the-northern the surface of,.the earth for: miles around to ltrateT: And, In my:opinion,' "r

r' , ,CastJe'and,'hers CousIn,..!Fellxy; Friend. turns back despairingly,' half resolvedto - peeehjthatKlrtJohn: Severne_ .Jove part of tbe8tate._Another very Jnterestlng that Is exactly what did. happen, causing not only the transformation of IM.lf .'*?'f'

lIlt 1 Df nur. 79i': "J'1'' "., j. ,., goback to- theC. protection of the; .her. t V- plant which IB growing on [ rto a-plliar of'saltbutalaocaudog\ ; >> the Dead'Sea to beoom."dead.d, j.
.: . "FriifcJa: %uicsrCthl* ffernoonrOtiev Liberia and Lady Lydia and sees- did To be Continued.v' tbe ground there 1* a species of dogwood u_ '_' '
j .. Tacqtfalnlance vfromfirst1 to'Ut, ,; may she not expect to see?-Sir John Severn 'i'The --- which, in'China, take the place Feminine Ifotea. 1'IMt Field of 8twt v"y."T; :.:f J
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:'. - be.-elght or nlncJbour: old-"J \: *, not a half a dozen. step.behind! t o' .
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; fi TbeD-J'o.know" nothing/of'course; ,: 'her fn the,road. LIl oreredlBoaegteel8. : an artesian well al very rich .In:oil, which 'the Chinese -poetes*. better known under ber'pseqdonym championship. at Bheeptf. *. ,
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; i: 'about the "filr-f! john"bow .startled ot Devyma dledVat Wttaw head Bay *$ ;. 't *. '
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engagement. to 8lr.John.Be./: you met D.. have unearthed a bu.m.a extract use for Illuminatingpur--. ? ""
,yerner' '\o :When '.1; left1 j Lady Lydla She wan born In 1848. Fair Play was defeated byAngelasaIn 3*-.',.
was your poses.Kana* City
-._ I .. skeleton fifty feet beneath the iurfacev Stara .
'. A ''m.n' tea 1le for -woman suffrage the Oriental ::Hsndlcpp'pttbi: t.:'
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i f-bave-heard-thaf tberewres-'a >arlner ::LI ,Uipuebtroa woutd all be ,
fi- was
l .)' The akele-ton In aa has been formed! In Holl.nd..nd..th. Gravesendtrack. *,
"I.v Xt.attfttUnejit./taniBiered Daphne bee r 'dancing for another hour at.leut./'I_ fate 'of preservation and excellentd --. ; --n.-E..en'Sp"lt r.r.'f
, " "- I* ;------ Lutheran Church In that Fall rowt.g'practice at; Yale".fioa"i.'.
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..> fb' 'ofce'-cbanartngy; t' ,-:"" I sin Just waiting for Jean Marie,. 'If 'by scientist .to be that of.: A prehistoric '"'"I keep plrU'Ia thlife." country Ka 'tfv D-omea---flte--1, -b.rtlit-G&tu rbor_forboth .'
I ""; .Attt cbmen.tI''t01 J;:: ';a"',:Baronetcy,.aod; ,.he should' not appear" ,-thLl.w th' the ,;min The Bad Lands of South pakoto says 'O/eorgla.! an even all church affair ::1. anlJPresbmen< candMatet.The: 'Varsity'crown.. .

'r- \'t.t ,l y ;mien a-tof kSeplag Baropatcy-jipUX, t.o.be ouJd.b.".,counted- .-beat* :bT been prollflo in fossil*.:. : JI, open the life-win: Ky.. baa just been'appointed to the light practice at .Y le'Flttd tratltx::'.
zj:; '...sa.In4ow4wbeu. tha '-'attlchmen ''", mg.of her oWirlieaTt ""If-Jean Mrtor . .. r dows__a.nd\ sun my: *ou1'and-in the chair of economics at Wellesley Col Memb r**1It'thel") iM.Dhan.t Cay': '

1a.1;t ,,,>began; "+*ayjb} Miss Rivers..warming ,to With 'Ala nsuar'fine genln. for".-gotDC stormy days r17'thlnr= fatrth''tI.ll lege't Sba. haJnM.. 's* *d-her.twapteyaltrUrblrthdsyr \ Yacht Club'-will; build a new-one. deHn -: .

..,.. .;I"",; _1n\1"f'\r, etcmtbjext 1. '":,1k'O; ,,,!,tho wLn Iaga r*'..wrong.*,......,,.. .,,.*should. ....-....."y.contrive,.".. -. -..-to. miss....,p.,.-f mss-it. anyone."idle ..Doa.r i r. I*; 1)0\earthlr' .,?good. ,to lulet"-Atanta'QowUtuttont'sbtae-rhave ltid alsaTahoot-ha:.._-',. J.at- the faculty and-la.lhe' .70nttODLembettoi i'Jo class. J;;r*,,for.yua'*..**&'-'during," ' 'the''':u' '*-seaaanof '

j ,?. Jot" ..."\':>- ,.; 11 ... tI' ...o < ,'\ A'I.; '. c." ,:Y,. -.oJ' :,., 't '

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-1 .::Kissiat- ** Valley Gazette.PUBUBHED Don't" pro astlaat. .. I 3n .r ::,4lEW-f '

'. One, of the worst faults man can te N GOODS I RICES:;
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, ,I t". . .'EVKBTT. :WUDAT.Qffict : ;' bptrtlo. t* that.of. .piWrastioatlonrputtlag' & . "-.'" .

off !thing to be tfon. -udt11 the . j" '
in Valuy"Gazette,BulKlsaiMMICB. 'lIdA a-.. lasti,moment *"'"- ; ; \,. ", STOCK COfyiPLETEW : '., "

; '. :.08CTOLA COUNTY.t It ha been 'said that Prosoerlti I- .. .',, J . '. $

.\ : \. kit l'oclt.t ever v'man'*' 4001".once, aDd :A;;: ". : : '-. 56 tcSo per yard
T l will sail -ln h Unbleached Muslin W ,
::.; ."0 t U. HARRIS. Edttor.d Prop'r.. unless bidden to .enler.'aeldom .gx>esth'st'way : 'S Quilt.Calicos' - .., + ;'w per yard

t' : .'. SUB8CII1P'I'ION- ;' & +alo. A town; U in the same S _.... hecked.Hbmespuns .* .. 5o and up
RATES! '
_ position as le map, and unless Ittciwlaene : \v.- 2 ' "-
; .'. .. . .., $100 } ( -
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t o..oopt.- r t'
,. 'OM....._ _tJo....,1. .- 60p. without delay take .advantage oflobI --- '

.... .. u.... .:.... n..:.:. .:t.j.:.:..:....,..... !:Q"PQr,1tI\, the. itOdera.Proenerltyw111 ; will pA ...jOurJitie, of Jall. j I. .. g 'Complete". ina-'pf', "Dress1" ; : .:Wd hbv8'31sd"a"camplete' :
and
an to "
pass next place
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4} AA..eomm.k.. ..., MOW..*.Led. mr< .author. bfy''iiieetw1tti Coods and Trimming's a t. Line o( Laces: : and Embroideries
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u .A idrau, pt b I by Ji writerSatmd posil< a .inora. bearFy're- '' ?
uNr ; Goods for Mien .8 = selected, -with, the '
m.tar wa not p.yt+''t"T : '
.. .. f....-: f'0 : ceptlp'n.' ; \ /: ,) .. ," prices that wilj astonish you. greatest care, and Invite
0"f, 1"1. ,KlstImmee-1s; bltsiod'wlJh more natural j '
at UM PMtofllM" In. Kta.lmm>U.,V advantages. banany otherCOwnto lg; . -a. ., as > >" jour inspectionpur / '
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.........cla*.mail matter.FridUV. . -Wowen: 'a'n.Ch'ildr 'd' ;- -r" :;, 1\\\\
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--....-."'. -- =-- -= : the state, It is situated .00 the main _d
1Nr 19Qii.'z: line of one: of the greatest railroads In -
: Qcfe'fyDemocratic
.. ;, t.b.r..aouth11; ; t.the'terminusof l .' "two. g u is 'now" I._ ..&lioeStpcKJs' OoniDlel _landf Du Jar t iji 6)ar06stJnJQ'

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; short Mnen-lbttt run into thelieart of '. -- "
< --- -CALL AND SEE U
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Ticket. 't tbq fruil'-and vegetable section; It'In (n 7g "

. \ the liealchlesttown. in the Un'tted' StatesjIt ; open :for H. STANFORD
Y: . your q. CO.
J. For *.le.. 1 Itf"'J.On: U surrounded, by the most fertile soil Ir: _
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II. \:.JITTLEH.ROBKHTB.BAILEY.I' .. : of any 8l'Ctloit. In Florida, ; it Is It) the I I .: l

''ft'For,. : PAVM.. midst of,tfce cattle Industry, and I I. the & inspection ., .. ,
'S %% IA1 _
UKOKUKO. MARTIN.HANUKLE. +
hN1N11A WNM1-
.' : PACIL i shipping!: point fur all the fish caughtin : '
Rei>reMnl.l"r.. In Omffrvu, ad DI.tJi'j/ : the lakes trout 'here 'u> Okeechobae.iuuHt : -
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i .' t ,PRANK" For(w.l .vertiorAHlKKf ((lIL1 TLAHK..;IiJIlT.: must believe thai it I* due to the f; %; .1'[ High School Opens First r

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procrastluatingapIXjl of tOur citizens
For Oony>trill l era F
to'7.1"": 'F.r'A. V.'I rla.llMr*oOM.: that this town and."county SreVot further f; KATz's S 1"I
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W.V.IlNOTT.t' advanced .tQ&jiearly( all of Florida yr o

..... ,\l' s{, H.CXATCRAWFOHD For Hwretary rn >.. O of n Ht.lelV ral", Is it Is rapldf'Yblllldlnauf, ),section and there -, I I Monday October
PARKM staled abov >r46i a of
v IT 1
TRAMMKLU :

,.P I&: Vet.1 HoiM'rli'For OommiMlonor WJI.tt ndMit M. HOLIX1WAY.of oUK. Public Alfrloulture I nHtravtlnn: : the the slate matter that uf can ottering compare substantial: with this. in-in I I -. : : : H ,: ' I ." "_

1 Ncl.IN. ducements to the homeseekec aud investor. $ IN PURCHASING YOUR SCHOOL SUP-
t For3uatl.e.oftbeartpremeCourt" .
\e, WILLIAM A. 1IOCKBR. : .. C S $ PLIES DON'T FORGET THAT WE

... '-,.: THOU AH M. BHACKLKFORP.. .. ,_ Qne of the.mast( profitable nus rlesthatcOI11d - -.- -. .- -_ .
:o-- cARR1rporx: LINE.
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: be established here Is that\ eVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV rnn n to n wi .

<' ''Hlyou rob life 6f sentiment yuti rob of k .pack I 0101 house, and .*. few weeksago .. A. VVVVVV
Mv' all for it Is worth living. . .. .
It of which -- -
fro there was some agitation along I- Kissimmee .
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'- :: | Drug Company
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Th :
that line, but evidently that sannn spirit '
The man who puts jloilars above ANNOUNCEMENWe
of procrastination has taken hold ofhecoinmlltee .
principle! ; i* a menace to the communlry .
; In which I'lli' llv\ . on factories of the Board 1NVt.t.1M1f."""" __,_'--tMMM1tWNMaaMaaf "l t. '
ry of Trade, for of late trite'' subject
seemsto
A We take pleasure In announcing to our friends aDd to thi <" a

A n V cologne| hal been offered ((orale. : have been put In cold storage. It is public "generally that we have opened up a flrt-cla stock of '.... ,1"0"'/,' j jr
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more thin probable one of the nearby ... ..."u"'IJ'< "' .. . . I "
./ ; Jh use for j It here, "s Klssimmee g'Wr"V" e. 'V" Y'U' 'V' 'Per 'Y' ., ., .go"'IiJI''IJ'<....r r'
towns will ilea the wonderful possibilities GENERAL MERCHANDISE , ''
p srlrlV I don't have to use artificial NORTH .
.meas.if to cmell sweet I ;of such an enterprise and installone in our new new store on the site of the old Peg-horn postoRlce. :. KISSSIMMEE. PHONE NO. 8. .

l I II I while we are still 'meditating on Qur stock of Roods Is all fresh and will be found up to date :iW;r:

Weimmehdi to the powers that I the advisability 'of' 'so doing, and of in every particular. We propose to do a general barter busU j.

theyh i their hands, off'' Servla, course It will then be out of the question ness, and will take in exchange for goods, at their full market C. W. 'Griffin "flRP-

( &'1.1'1.. rkey and Austria .and BUI'I to consider further with regardsto value, cattle, hogs, fruit poultry and 1 all country, produce .

them fight to a finish. I Kiasimmee. for two in this locality We have secured the services of !Mr. T. N. FARR as manager ./ a. t 'li

would Dot l>'. a paving Invcsment, and who wlU be found at the store at aH times ready to serve you. Fancy Family Groceries

r s '' In Alaska: Ifiey gamble with sunken only fools. would think of financing it- 1 >\

wh /7jtold. In KUslmmee the bon The Bane opening is here for a cannery -
use .
"white and blue chips when Indulging 'on a large scale, as thousands of The Bassville Grocery Co. t Fresh Meats.Delluery = .1

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iFAx' in that pleuaot pa.U Every
around this town each Reason, and ."flay at any Hour. Patronage Solicited.1kl.e..ate . ..

i ,y1 )'A.womanaP1 'newspapers are good many other small vegetables and J. s. STRATTON AND A. F. BASS. PROPRIETORS. ...... .. ....?....""" .. .... ...... .. ..... .....a..A ,.. tr.ratkric. >y1nM11 .- I

t ,.to cleat"; kltebeos with. We make bold fruits' are either sold at a sacrifice ornever Jr.<

to. suggest to lobe charming female that picked from the vines and bush '" iii.!i

they are likewise !good to read. e., all because there is no cannery Favorite'Fertiliz rs -' NN'V .
.., wN4wtM1ANH1 _H141A1NN f
here to preserve them. $ .
'senator JLaFpllette sajs he Is going We could continue at length on this. $ C. A. CARSON PN. "..t.
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C. aRYANb.cntary."r > 1
FOR CITRUS AND ALL OTHER CROPS.FERTILIZER .
'to'
tart a weekly paper. Why doesn't subject; and call the Board of Trade's

*_t, be bgy.Bryan'a Commoner when that attentiod}, to doZens of enterprises .that -0-- .. i : I E Iii

gentleman becomes President next If established here' would 'net, handsome

a.Ddarch? profits to the owners, but the }IA l ERIALSINSEOTIOIDES & :

V :That maDMcL.urln, South Carolina most' important matter for it to consider i Waters Carson Grocery Co. if ;?:-J:

at the .% is that of .
4.:. baa become such a stench ID ,t"e present f --. --+-Wb.tm.i..s4. R.t.1I 0.......r. $ 4t -
awaking its committee on factories out |
lIo..II..of honest men it. is wonder
a } :#
the""<}_nC |MM>ule don't run him out ol of that lethargic sleep that seems to EORrlSALE..BY...- fGROCERI ;
b4vfi them In its clutches sod strike SiYB

the" state.. .. the word procrastination front its
'- vocabulary. M..LEE .. KISSIMMEE
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A man has discovered a remedy for A
making' ;i' couNTY AGIINTS rot, :: .
homely wome pretty We AGENT FOR ... '. t '
y' mis our guess If. he don't have, every: Al a;; Field, the king of minstrelsy; 'dIC\ A Y .1' .

dol a.n' the! face of .theearth.. .. In .five, 'echoed the sentiments"; of thousands Sariders'Fertilizer..Company". Jacksonville. Fla.; I .Celebrated 'Fertilizers' ; I .CRATES, \ ">, jfc:
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years time. "y"r' when he"said: "I want to go back from 1...II7'Q8.I" 1 0 n A. 1S' E T.' C if. r'

he worries of city life that the crow. i C4rc.l.r. .. The courts have enjoined the money -7 F.r.li ..... .. '' > ?. ':,
log of the cook and the Cackle of tne t > On Appllc tlo < ;
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lenders.. Most /11\- > StJ 1,
cruel thing for theOOllrt.l.to Jf1\I '
ben will Orlando
tell me it is morning instead HenryBenedict < >
do. The I
l only hopes we ever of clanging bells and blowing Ii
entertained of having money was someone whistle. HIDES

.,lending'1't' to dl. J Secured. the Agency for the celebrated. FURS WOOLJf;:"I

j It Is amusing to road what some of We are adb d.noL to be a boarder '
PITNER GASOLINE o-ou2-try
LIGHTING COMP'YAnd Produce
our Florida editors have to say about To'us, the advice is useless, for w,: i a, Spe01e.l1f.:: J, I'

,guaranteeing ,deposits.. It Is a question haven't" got anything to board' -not. is ready to make arrangements to be represented' < >: '
of supreme .importance Jo>>. hemTbb even money. certain.territory.with the right parties .on .most favorable """' ;

,. .I-have *o'much mODe, to deposit, terms. Estimates for; lighting plant cheerfully furnished --- --- - ,_- ,_-_ - Y ,t, .y,

.Forth it! benedt. of those whofavor; on application. "

r bringingitalian, 'Jmmlllr a'f ,to this LARQEIlIJSfAA'RJD ,jDRE.
FFJN RY BENEDICT
'country' we will' state'' that the! sum of$36o00doo"weo 1'1he. GraJs one: .
: sent by P. ,
order
from O'I'| '.. ... L". '
U ,alone America to'.Italy: last year ". \ .

by .cnacaronltes.-. ... ...".' .. On Lake Tohopekallga.a.' I ) ANDJVILLIAMS R. 'O. MEEK ..'. .: krni

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? c Taylor county has aeodG44) |. > I liocnw .. Hunting Fishing, Shooting*" WATS-ON ..

',the sale of.liquor. ass' :leglauatebuaI ".Bathing"Cricket, ClockGolf Golf Tennis, Roque,':, 'n . Has for sale, choice land to every '"'! .
Baseball, :
ness.. W* are sorry for/'tbe people of Trap Shooting. portion of Florida, adapted-tor farm

pv j-Taflor-. 'eountiy'! ; :The.>.'sale, >?bf liquor!: Terms e2.( _to S3 CO per day.f I ing1. or the growing' of.fruits' and" vegetables
f"'' everbasbeeii; and never wlllbe' a. 'le: 113 to e21 per wt-ek I 0'' 'every variety'; also' phosphate
... ; ); : I limber and ranch! -lands:
f'W business.
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To Our Friends:" Exceptionally finr bargain In. orange
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t. /Carnelrl..bulveo.wOOOio: : : the Come and try.a meal 'attthdx\, ; groves. List your property with tits.

, I; ['Republican campaign fund.;, Jlemu.-. hotel. Single west .:100:1 v; him; he can sell it, rent it and collect ." _. ,' .... '7"-r .
'but forget that-.' ,rle',Is meal ticket. .910,] n.Jom..l per/ .>POPUL1ST your rent*. > :
rr"l .Caro the same day . . ', ; CANDIDATESFOR .....:- F''AKERS ;
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.? who Osceola1 Ji : )
lodlyidual 'ordered'.lxteen -
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? men ( \ Agent for best Fire and Life lnt uranoe -' County .
t shot to" death at \Homestead. Ea.. for and Armour's. Fertiliser --Vr", DENTIST ; wt.. : -
emandtnrtbetrtghts.. "" '""'.' * _!.. : : : .r'.. Office over OrlypdoBnk Viand Trust7 (* .","
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Ktasimmee, ;- 'FloridaHEALTH'AHDIVITALITY1 r. Co'H'hoDe; '3.. y yS
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"' .th.l.t.I lathe political ,..lloe "' ....o..... Pt1oMlttTe' . _; :, ....... Presldent an&Vla( reSldentELECTORS . .' Ctrowo;;BrldgaYnd-Poroelbaa-.. ::i Fem.
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\,i. :: ,{deans ererl-outer'partv'and'deolares I \ .>e (real bossed tome, rentoretiT*' tor. aen ,should make. srrangment in' ad Real estate 't: '. ,.,t ', ', '.
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woHiMi produo Uenith sad '
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vance. ,
for woman suffrage, .nd.Lbrt its can 1 ", bulldsqp| tbe.y.temud. now the .Dormuvlvor. ritles examine aDd rbporld pe' "s' '; '
Ids F..L.b, X>*ceoU Pbarmeoy or .bv ORLNDO.. ., Ft.A,.. Taxes paid fornonresidents "
; dltaie for President 11'xa man ; t '
named ,r'T,. neiifl-W per boa'boa10'M.OO.. .' Instruments .1..
'., "'. app acd be-halls-from ;Atlanta'Ga..' TTO''' !I -''-r-LAW.. .. .- .- carefully drawn relating' to real estata4' ;',." .

\'j.-'j.:1 .} : D. McKINNON J DR. "LESLIE W. WEEDDN ;" : ; } .: .' :.. :
.: '+,.t,.:Van Cleave, the wbo Large. W L. Correspondence "' :
"/'".1'ea.s'of: the ManutacturereA..oelaLlonf :man Is M the Office in the Court Florida...Houee..KIs6immee. T.J. BELL' JAt : Vfljl DUZOR'REAL. **Specialist-Eve i ,"Ear M- _- Solicited.jK. . ("' .. !'
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and wbo IJt ow. ,
doing everything.possible : ., .
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With'whom wilt bea* 6cUted: In the Nose and Throat..... .. : j. w. SIMPSON faUpstair :-:"
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JnansgeroftbeOmaha --r ...1sseev of E NRylio :Z rd District Hosoital,American 1> .
.' "T Cooperage Co.ria which that & litrlowy : ESTATE .private National ENTlsT'1.1., .: "" .'.'

iW';: gen6ledssdlteed'thesaaetle* Orlando : .. Bank BultdinaT; m ; .'' i
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'. :r Ibis nation should evr be before u would'ao' \ : to "',:
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')Qacldm. UMIp'pet.ltloil.40to"'YOIi oren Whan iih.i'kfn4 of 4 weather, good if you couldn't eat. What good KIS IMMEE. FLQRnAh ,, : '.A No':.?! :;r un54vl .:,b f ,',
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t, '.,. 'like you and '.-ask.for tbetr-dally forecast you know that frheumattsrnweather can food-dd a child when'a* soon as itt , .. .., 1', -' ;;:. ::''''::' . . ' .. ..- '" ., : 'IwW. ,,
1s I at band; _Gee.-read, for 1 enters it*stomach 1& Is eaten *. !
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'beef.'yso' Cleave is also the ,PIL I PIL' PILSlBI :c.- ..
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f f' now getting a bottle. < That's the reason your baby is ailing; : j" : ; :
,wboeolleetledamillior.andahaUdol, ; = Lialme t-; Finest thing made cross, pasty faced and thin.; Give' itWhite's ;IyUlfam.rdtaaIt.'Otatraent. &will cur* . ,i --:--;- -- -- O.T".P".LO., .. .. '\'. ;.' \

:. ,liars'from'different manufacturers of for ' ;chilblaiofefroit bite;- Creenr Vermifuge;. Uwllles- euod.m..dlaead'lebintpUs._ora.atl.y.lb.liehlat M on..eta.i Ittks &bIorIto.. ._ HrMCtaK.. AND_ .Jll.B.GJQ1L.; ... .__=. -,- BUtLDIN0 ,.,. .", ; .J;j'
,'nit, .and stiff ''joint and muscles allglebes pet the worm and,, act as tonic for a poultlo*, dv.s iacuat .lI.r. ..Wllll.ms ';' OVtt ;:. .
ji;pro eted""lole." for ttbr. purpose of and pains. ,,,25o, 60o and tl.OO a the child. Sold by Roberspn's,Phar- ladluk Pile Olulm_iiapr.f..r4 for n'&DC' a.m.u'Ioa' : O.COLA PHARMAOY ,- !!JI'I.\v.'A., ..

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K1ssiaiei e e t' ; hanlbarper/-, BASS SfilaelwBeafd ) \ "
1 ... ,WALTER. Sfr, MAD .Preoees. .; "-AkAu/ra4SActAtalM" .. kltlo4urtr......................-aaahsak.. "

"T.L.P..QNII. Mrs.: 'ntiCte-, :'p erlt...Wednesday-ta- t .. \ Chairman W.C,n.>srw'as instructed I r JUST f y

. .. NO.1t, } t Orlando. ... - &0 at once have a new school house RECEIVED A J FULL, LINE 0? "
j Dedecd Was a. Leading (Ulizoi of built at .Ashton tort ICbool.No. .
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B SHED'V1EI Y't E. 0.,Tatmtfa and wife arrivedfrom '' J .
Ft1DAYRY Benton Harbor Wednesday to spend This Unty"r'dac; One of Its and.patrons. baying 'given'. a deed to the I (

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w.. MAPIPeIS.PPPICIA ": the winter ban. .\ t.omtoners. Upon.petition, same showing a sum- White ROSjrwi "
Flaming! Packet)'Lighters-Ignited lent number of .ruPIlII. the board esablished : ( v

without matches or fire, .See them 'at. I''- -', .. , S H Savage's, .

L'W tATN E41'/tErOli1.' .KIsBimroee Drug Co. -' .' Walter Bal..'Sr.. died on Saturday patrons of. said school to furnish the .

'r 'Aw.e. taaipataiane***treat ..ndtnc,,Tkam- W.. J. MeCr kell.. hayingdisposedof 1 Iass. October I at. his residence four building. Rsulerson . .. ... ...., ;(
Mr. Sol
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ydavvoe :16d'l'-l.' : : : miles east .of Kissimmee after slclc- tendered hs) resgnatlont : '
bus hoot of horses left Monday to : : '
i. return his ness.Of only t,relre-daya, and' was Bar as- trustee m and for Sub' : ..: :.' .. ..' ... u Good "" ' : ,
to by>me at St.'Psul.'Nebr; led on ,Sunday; tbellth. Ue. A. I school district No.:'3, 'and name. upon : .s .. 't '
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b .1 Mss. Mla:, ,Gebe White returned to his home at Woodward preached the funeral..- motion' was, accented. : : '

I Fall City this week'after a visit to relatives moo, and the Masons, of which the de Chalrraad' !nass wa61 Instructed : : ,. .
and friends, le. the'.Fegboru ceased was a member; performed the took Into the 'oondltloo of school v ; ; :

nigh iwrhood., last sad'' rites1'of coo.llI'oloJr'IiI.'t'eomain. _building rNo. 49 Tend to do' what was Canned Fruits. Jellies.! ,Jams, Marmalades, VegetablesJ ,- '
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,Tbe Barsciw.will entertain the PhlUatheas to>> the grave with'their Itapressive .GQssary Mr,"J.H.In.'regard. to the same* ... .. ;t., .Ji
Tbe; "funeral-: :one Stettedvaa'appofntedprincipal >> ;
Via,: 'A at the home .elf Mr., and Mrs. ceremony. was '
w.da..dU ''.,...', La oTbwedar. 46 J.tL. Qverstreet on .evening of the largest ever held.is this oounty I'' > of Whittier.cbool.ln' .place ... \
., ., at t4 'Friday and almos.*'evert vehicle tnthecitywas ,01- R. H.FleldIDfI'rellaDed. ', SaFlSyd'
730; to. U o'clock. .
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from x T pressed Hto"vloetgr..u..of.theM"80n. ; The re..urn'olJuQ.olJchooLdl.irtCt'No : : .. G
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time hers with his brother F.;S.. present when, the last sad..wprds;: were upon motion'Proceeded' tt canvass w'7'IF '
Gilbert., his strengthafter said 'Oyer the bier of'thelt' same and found a. .. -
recuperating departed Sept Yr 'fF'va + ( ,an Mtack./ fever. : comrade and brother.' ' .NAKCOOSSEK FL.A.V 1 08. t1 'Yr"a.ivr.. --- vijv'v i 11
LLO : ltyphohi Deceased was attended'"" during his We, 'the undersigned Inspectors and ..--'........ . .. .
JIILP 'RefrlgerabrsrIce .r'T''-
T ( -create'/ freezers -- -- -
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: sickness or Dr.AVinn'ofthls; city and clerk of the election held at NarCoosee 10000. a) OOQOO OO66OOOOOA
Hammocks
: ; Canopiesand all summer Dr. Persons Orlando, and two trained Flcjrlds on the.12lh day. of Sen '*. .'CARSON .
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goqids, ) at .bargain prices for J. 'CHANrORD
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tember-.t. D. ,
nurses were constantly In attend! ; J.08t.o decide the num J' .. S.U LUPFBR
i "'''' ash. .r.,...., 'S. C., .G., H, D!':. Co. ., ance. A widow and eight childreo are bet of mills to be levied annually foe ........ Pnaldani. . ;! .R VIoerPNookie.' .'. > .88eMarr. +'

'f A swell line of combs. hair brushes, left to mourn his ..departure several of he next two years and the trusteestoserve . if, J '

'Wede'the'TunerOrlando": '!. > !:! tooth' Brushes." rubber goods.In fact whom are grown besides a large num for the next two vears do here r 1f
all kind of sundries ber of relatives.1 ' '"" by cef tlfy that the following Is a true '
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druggists at rock -
Till Dwellings" ;, for' rent, apply' ,to.;.. ,M.' bottom prices at OsoeolaPharmacy; It, is seldom- ,Kt8llm llee '11..catted.. atiU! correct statement'Of( the vptes Cast KISSIMMEE: 'LUMBECo.().

ry ; '.. Miss toms Peterson of Lake Park upon to lay away for'-'all time. one 01 a' said election: ,
--McCaU's 1 Patterns for ale bj A'. j3tGilbert. Ga.. who h.. ,been spending severalweeks Its citizens* and when such a man as Total number of votes cast at .said

; ., / : ' t." ,: here with her sister,' Mrs. T. M. was Walter Bass pa..e.$0-11" eternal election M.was 5 votes, of which for ...;:... .r . .. """' '.......... .
trustee -Tlndall
V'Ni' k IIDe.ofwhll. (materials for fall Rlversleftlor her home last Tuesday. rest, and we miss from 'Our. daily .life' received 4 votes; / > .' .'>
.'L.Ev-anlll'eoeIVed, 6 K.
his La-
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genlpl presence we rrsiltetbere Is ; '
c', ,..waists! at, : .FKATZ'. {<... Get'your school ,. supplies from the a vacancy. that will I be hard to/fill. monw received .3 voces; J. E. Knots 'and '
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I Lace curtains and "figured' lawns at Isslmmee a full DruafCompany.)line.and 'hsvenJ'They When God made 'WalterBass' Ue received .2 votes; G, W,.,.Beit.received Rough : ,";DissedPine '
carry If thou 1 .
I 1 vote.
,. cut prices at; S .Dlord .. made a man; a man that .through all
Subscribe. foi'McCairs' Msrazlnw'rr4centa e" what you want, will-order. it for you. his llfewms a credit.to bis family and ant Maximum tax levy 11) mill. rece4va.il'L ". ..

a "e. A. 8. Ollbfrt.'B .; Misses; Emmie and CecJ1e MoSeley n honor to the community; 'a man whom 1 L vote; maximum tint. lew3 mill .received Liimber. '

--''' smt-ylsin-.ml-lint Goth are sgendlngaJewjiayjLjn. !toJkDOW.",was.to.Jove and whose friends 3 votes.NATHAN.AMONS _- .-_, _
YV1m idwn, fTavTng/ come down to attend the. were reckoned by the thousands;: a : ..
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? ;.rbocker style at KATZ'SUTbe" cornerstone exercises held here yesterday. man'' whose benefactions were legion _. DAVID ALDERMAN- .." .. .. ';,

xs Home Store are agent, for'-the for be! was ever doing a kindness to !t.,L. EVANS' - "..'- .. ."_-......... ............- -.
f White:Sttr.lvayndry.Phone: : 6f. 'G-'G.: 'Steffee, .m.up from Nlcholi some poor 'and unfortunate bROther. '- Inspectors.: .t. '

r H rtyTOlls ofr matting"---cost lor to attend the cornerstone exercises and although theworld knew i<'not; Irissaid 'F. W. HiU.-Clerkr HOUSE, .. SILLS, A' SPECIALTY.tt.twraNatiw ...;, '
. t,. 'C.8b. He C. ]}.. HDW. Cot to visit Mra. Steffee who has been that death loves a shining mark 'The-board ending that said electionwas .. .
and in taking Walter Bass from conducted 'according 'to law and t
spending some time here with her.paren. among
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: Clerk of the Court E'; L. Lesley .
.. It everything regulardeclared M. D.Tlodall : "
.. us took: ,. made business trip' to. Tampa" J.hls )Mr. K. J. Barns srrlyed.home with that ever shone\for'good in this com It. L. Evans and K. Lemons .J.Ji

t' week.. / Ills bride this week from Louisville munity. J3e lived aa he died-In peace, I,"elected' as' trustees for the net: two w..swsay aaNb % .
! ,We G p* have-In stock1 a. splendid K where and contentment.loving hisjellowmanand years. they having-received the'larg i
line 6T both pound and box sta'tloa they were married 'a few eet-number of votesThe board also
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; fearing his God. Surely such a
days at the home of the bride In
; ery,-Kisslmnaee Drug Co. that cltv.ago/ Previous .oul.. filled that mortal body has finding that maximum tax l.vy'3 mills Sunny South Stables.
to her marriageMrs.
x.'<. Miss MamleTlllefihas; arrived from Barns was.Miss' Gertrude i found an abiding place In that home had received a majority' of the votes- i f
. Chattanooga to spend the .winter herewith Gra"1 God baa prepared for all who. keep cast declared 3 mills, to be the tax levy ; r
Dr. Jno. E. Ennisof .
the family of her brother. His commandments. For each of the next two years.

",->s John A''. Moore of Bartow father of i Itf Iowa yesterday to the ceremonies Walter Bsss, Sr.,,waa born in Or. There bring no further business 'L. H. INGRAM ''i
I t-..,. ru-Moore-Qf: this clt .. spent yesterday attendant upon the laying -of thecornerstone lando-ln 1802. and was' therefore 44 board adjourned. till next regular > --
, here the of his son."Vessrs. of the High School 'and years old at..M time of his death. 'He mt'oet.\nt' : : WC. BaAS; ; .1NNaN. .asBaNN..NN.N.saNw.N ......w
guest Freternalbuildings. Dr. KnniM Is en- moved to thU-sectlon with his Atteijt:' Cnalrman.
W. J. S. Carr. Frank Vaqs t u.a8t.Ic over'the"prospects of-.bI8 a very,email boy, land engagedIn parentswhen W. J. SKAHS. Supt. # 1'RA BAY d'-1'-.1:
LIVERY.SALE' BOARDING
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Agnew and. F. S. Jensens returned section and spoke very encouraginglyof the cattle business before he reached I

'Tuesday from Coronado Beach.'OUI'.U tbe work being done by the Board his Majority, through which he .. .
goods coming In dally. of Trade to: attract settlers.. amassed considerable money. He was Lanler Lo.als.The !r .' '" .)/' ...._ loa ;

Glad) to have vtfu Inspect them. Deputy Sheriff John McPhatter went three times elected County Commissioner rains have somewhat, given.way: II aaN.ace..ltl.s..NaNMaaNM-----.aaaayaaaa'-.e- '

KATZ'S. down to LoufhmaB-Monday and returned fI'om'the, Kissimmee district to cool nights and pleasant" and Well equipped with New'Stock'atiA Vehicles

:. 'D. N. Floyd moved on Wednesday with the negro who robed aDd'Hred as chairman of that. body. the waters are subsiding very' fast, and '
-to the Anderson place on upper Main Carroll's oororals.ary spinedars-igo. during eACh term. _. which causes uDhe..al..atllfactloD In prepared to" meet aH tie'nVaiul8h'witti Perfect Sati" i "'

i :street, which be recently purchased. Tbe capture of the thief was, effected' Tbe fol lowing resolu"lontwere offered -, ,this locality. factiojii, .. .-
through! tbe 'aid' of committee The continued weather did much : ,
FOR UlAjLn-rvAt.a bargain, small fireproof Deputy Sheriff by a of court officialsof wet --
it ;' safe in good condition. Leonard Williams a>f Loughroan and Oseeola county court, appointed by damage to sweet potatoes, causingthem : I *;< -

, 1 '- H. W. THCBMAN., all the stolen! /goods, including- Hon. VV.'U. Johnston, Judge of said. to water sob and rot. : : '
shotgun aDd rifle were recovered. court, 'to'his }memory: But with all the rain it doesn't seem . .. .HEAVY HAULING. A SPECIALTY..I

4Oejtre'makitik exceeding!v.: 010 WANTED.-*Success Magazine requires .. "loasmneh as U has oleased an all to stop pleasure seekers-for last week .: K.tiwaa ...
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prices .furniture for the next Sixty: """" ..""" y yay C I"
the services of a roan in K.U I wise and overruling Providence to call a party consisting of P. Sellars. Quin : ..
days.. for cash.. S. C. G: How. f O. simmee to look after expiring: ..ub1C1'lptioD. from our: midst; our beloved brother 'Bass and: J. M. Eubank: and their fabi- ... : ; '"

Stove'wood delivered m town at and to secuae new business and coworker,.' Walter Bass, Sr.. 71ks;with Billie Nettle end Barney .ea---'--..M..N..NaWHAT ._--_.._-_...'
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"1.00.. per straoiT. \ bv means of special methods unusually I chairman 0>>( the Board of County Savage acting as roar jU.rd..IDdula-ed I it "
" 16-.., KISSIMMEE LUMBER Co. 1 effective; position permanent; prefer Commissioners, as a-a-tribute of loving In a few da,.' outing. MANS; f

:J: .In.Thornton the genial repre- one with experience but would coo esteem, the county court In session Mr...and Mrs. Arch Bass are visiting Manr pcopl M tad know what.Iia...'.Capital. ..',.....-ar'tw dMss.nei b.. .."..
seniatlve of .e. 8., P. Richards Co., Alder any applicant with good natttraqualifications ) unanimously adopted the following. their son;Quin Bass, who- we are. I twaaa.bajtkof IHttoor po capital....one with, a laic. capltaL. ,

'wholesale stationers, of.Atlanta, Ga.; ; Salary SI.CO 'per day. resolutions: pleased to see about agatn.A. A 3ANK'S CAPITAL AND SURPLUS ;

was in town calling on his customers with commission option:; Address. "flesolved. That in the death of our W. Crosby,(while gathering hoes II. th.fund. that proUeta tow ') Tuesday. with references, H. C. Peacock, room beloved brother and coworker'the for the market last week had his left ... ppot ctloa the dapoaltMr ha... This bank baa a ..
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tJftJAKS-rWe hate tirogood eeoondhand 102. Success Magazine/ bldA'. N..York. ; county-oncers have suffered an Irreparable thumb,badly bitten/by a smalOtogwhich capita o' .. .;rr .' moon or ," -
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loss of tbe services of one who he says, Is very painful. "vj
organs\Hterling Estey In .. . .. . ""
; ---0 -IMlid..I'Y. rl-.ftCI.OOIt--- '#r' >' .y
was ever efficient, true and faithful H. JrHenoockls now b Restore ,
flue condition for sale wul Extra '
cheap, cash Trains.
- ,.Call and them. orinstallments' the. discharge of official duties bridges on the public road between = AT.t.lw-----------, ......,. .'...SlU.noO < "*' -
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:c.. '' "" :nosn5: STORE. Effrtitlve October- lath the-AtlantlO 'Resolved. That. the county had lost Whittier and Crabgrass. Thi -...that wa must kM. "I1.\U 00 betoreItGra eaald>)oaa a ami .--
', y Coast Line night! train No. 83, which a valued Citizen who e."r'' held hit 'J. M. Rubank has returned from the a I .Thl. proustbei.tarYOU. .. ;, '" ..r'' r .
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. ', / ",L.. tt. Stable prletol' of the was withdrawn some months & will country's interest; dear to- his .heart!; east coast after a-stay of little over STATE: BANK OF.KISSIMMEE, \ i fcx-% > '
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IT ;Bonny South sold flvebors 11'01 : r : 1
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be- restored. This train will 1 leave whose place will be hard tii Oil; -thai two week. lIe says he never saw mos I "n ,. --or.o.-- I'' : ; fbi" .
| '"C'oa Monday to George Drawdy and Jacksonville 0.30 p: m., arriving S t while we are deprived of his'presence qultoes but'Once, and that was In Be- .. : .. ... ( 4' "" 01" .
IfM'Bob Jernigap\ left with them thesame ". ., .. 'K.IM..IC..a.b. .. 'D.. ., llj".l1 .I'1"/ :, "
? Tampa at 7 a. m.. and will carry Pullman we will try to profit by bill examole infidelity 'bastian. Mr. Eubank -reports enjoy. ' ' <" '- .. "\I"" ': .
lrftafternoon to 'deliver. them 'at, that. sleeping! carl;: .. patience and kindness. leg the trip coming home having.purchased . C..' A. 'C CAkSON;; ; .JOHN M. LEO N. B. CA.* ON.: =: ",t !; '\, rs
o placeCapt.) /-,, : Local train No. 84 will also be restored "Reol'ed.' That It gives u. consolation -' a.boat' and come through" b1; Pndd.at. vies-Pnaldeet., CRaate .

t C.'M. Frasure of Miami arTlved It.will' leave Tampa about 7 in our grief to know tbat he water. They were pleased Indeed to .a..NNN.N..aNaa.1MNN.\Nt.NNNN.aN.a waNaaNa.N-I u

Itrtown 7ueld..lluib.. to spend iF. m.:. arriving la Jacksonville 5 p. lived a true life that we believe will once more be at home. ._ ,
f. ,a few* days attending to business raat'ters. m. The limited train No. 80. carrying receive the plaudit. the Jude: of the W. A. Eubank is now nmklngprep '

; t . Captain Frature was formerly! Pullman parlor car, will leave Tampa Earth, Well done thou good and arations for the manufacture of Japanese -
conductor on the Sugar Belt and Midi at 10.30$ a. 'm., arriving at Jackson'' faithful servant.'? syrup for which he has 'a floe. Kissimmee WagonV9rks L

land railroads and has a host ,o( vllle a' 6.30 p. m., Train No. 82 carrying "Resolved, That we extend to his crop of cane. ,

friends here who.ire .pleased. to. see Pullmansleeping cars to Jack beloved and bereaved ones pur byte Miss-Annie Fertlc 1I.ad Nr. Glllo -
, :> him again..:, I9D'. }e and Jersey,
. r ' ..'e.me dowp'the'firet TarnpVat,0 w m., arriving at'Jacksonville bear II" commend them to the Judge< of. the bride's parents,' Mr.: and Mrs .
: Of thefaeekfrom" 'faD"le..brlolllDIl his at 7 a;m., thirty minutes ear!- Of the Wloow and Father Of the Orphans Henry Fertl
-...t.erD. 'lNjeer; boat' the ,Success.which, : ler.t.1a.a-lIeNt.ofOret' Train No. 85 will ." 21th. Her many friende wishh her a Blacksmith Wheelwright. .Horseshoer.-. ',, '* .
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be sold to Kincle! Bro.. This is a fine continue to leave fwksonville at 2.4t Resolved That a con, of these happy and prosperous journey through : ._ ..... '
rv; riverboat ana will be put on the ran I pritt".v burwlt'arrlV0','Tsi&pa' .- resolution be sent to the family, and Hto.gPBSCBIBgH.. All Kinds Blacksmith WheelwrlrhtWork - .
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I'} r' between' this city and ,Sanlbel Weball p_ m. Instead 12.15 &.10.. as at presin a cop furnished the Valley Gazette ; : ) Horseshoeing ,

i 1.: have omethlng to say of her I -Train 'o." M:_wlH-Connect.K.a t fori: >ubllcatlon. and a..copy of: same j ".....dry. 4;: ........ ..I'I'a. .... Specialty. _. ,_, :ti ',_ :v'.. +1+I E .o_ .. 1

"--ythe next issua.-;Fort Mfera,Press. '.r-: Lakeland with both the ;.West Coas be soread on theminuieaof this,/court.K" . The Agency" ,for "theT White Star I' ."
'fR... ,0.'Co1Lfer' ;1vide.presldent'andioereLmanageriof and Cbat"Jottc;Hdrbortralna: .. 'Tber o":T--, ?4W..Jt BEAU; laundry Is now at the Home." Store ALLWORK"GUARANT.EEDTO"SATISFY'

'/. ) ; the Rstero Fruit will ,be- several minor changes I 9 "51-. A' .E. DONHXJAN'',, and if you wish, *o bave,the boy 'cal ... : " ..., k,, '
{,' which branch line schedules. '& " IfJ. L. MOON, on. you weekly. Just stag up 154 sod .;; : : ::' .:P'
a' large '
owns *
omp.D1. grove , I. '. 1 . will) be list, and called I I c '
:at LJAIt'9. in Lee coKinty, I ';/ 4 ? Commltutq"The.following' you put on our "I..tYea: Rg
i. here thif>eek-on his return stopped from; ove 00&. For;Reet'or Sale. resolutions were on weekly.* 'The work la all 'done In ..t.. O.R.OHNSTON.WATCH .. ;
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'.-. I la. where be had been to consult with T Residential' farming property vt adopted the count commissioner an emcl4D"lmanoer.nd.' -T"; .at 'Tamp t '. e
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"otber'members of his; and sixty acres, well' fenced atHamsaockGrove and ordsred-apread on the.mlnutes: i/Mces. .L pI ltdSpj1'gg
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.Wherea. OD' October 10th. 1908.deattl ; .,
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L.-visited his ,brothers,. R. p.. andiFrank ;,..house folly furbished 'aodlp -4 '-!

': .Collier.. ".. ... : sand order ClutbuildtD'. and- .farmfntr- -,.- entered our..midst: and claimedour COunty lbnrtProceedints.County : +, FlemingCLEANING :
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highly appreciated.-and honored
'I y; .The steamer, Link.?Cspt:: ... Cla1 implements. -Applyto.. ., : chairman WalterBass..' .S...., as : co'\irt met Monday;October f ... .
UJohnson. ,c.me. up- from Basslnger tl' : : ; MR. DROPOHT .lulti' 12 lQ 0'clockhie honor Judge.W. I'
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mornl lI"w'k.b72DO boxes ofoettnges 'e'will ; R.--Johnston p""ldlolr.-.I"h. 'Sheriff ; ""
Conduct .. rWheress, Walter Ban, 9r.. 'Both ,f'' '
\ and grapefruit andlflve; passengers.r Strvkts.:.. ; C.'.F. Prevett" Acting' Deputy Clerk S. 'PRESSIN .: .
; lu his '''PI';''.'' and public' life, has 4- >l.l_ ,!., '
':, "> : The Llllle will.remain'over -T9ii'tti.rsc; a. l..laDcJ'It.b{ ,Phlla. served the people of, O.deola'a county Bullock and County. Attorney J.L. ) .
? 'zltereyi) eJtC'ru.da7.. when Cantata this Society; will .,Jointly conduct theservicesathe well, he bavinstaken an .active inter )loon I n'attend. afeoe.. DYEING' ". c'

( -Johnson wUl resume bis old -achedaleof Methodist church'on' ess In public, affairs.'banning upon Immediately after organizing court. '

; leavingonTpeade, s" and' returning. Sunday nlgbw.October. IStfi,. when the; lobe attainment'Of' his major it,.\( He adjourned until 3-'o'cloek: !: out of res. x .1lr '',, REPAIRING. s'r
i+Fridays.. / following program: will\ be rendered,:,! was chairman of the various boards pact. to the memory of ChairmanWai .: : i u.

, ; b;". A :At Loll oow'has his well drielnI; lIo"t-"Glo.foe,M the .bather. ,.t't.f- for the terms 1901-, 1903.4'aod 1907-8; tef"Bass, Sr I. rot., "J Leave word at;::"my )bou..cr i olothes.will
.. .,..... . U'1.alovon .. o'clock the docket taken \j
t. outfit 8tef Beach:where he is sink.wrinwe11 Korlptor .diDBt ,, ' R. therefore be it 7-- ' 'At 2 was up be '
tloa.err rSJ > : r :ai., W.oodwA14| lop and returned.
+ < :: for irrigating"pur ose. toIM'Cupl' __t'Awik.AwaM"tiJV: .. "... Resolved That; la't.be death ot.Water : and cases' disposed. of. in the,following : ,"" fal.I..d r'a
> large grapefruit grovesehes MoRluttoa ...,....\,.tVl gl ia ca.'I! 'I Bass, Sr., the 'people of Oaeeola manner, ; ; 1
:, now' reached s''' deptb, of JaO 1 est..J..aa'tMtll!er and Mrs. L.oa county have lost a.good citizen and 'Nat :Lesesne, larceny. continued. 'for. ., ,: '

"'l IH.LrlaIDJI."a..no"-r hul AmArw'BeerMr.Fepet--'Barone"o; tJIo..O .i..aoyoveistraet, .,;, ,. .UHflllJlert-a 4:. ....:........jtwi.a: -Af, the term.'" ""' ,', 'e *... 't .r SatisfactionGunrntiteedL: _ : .
." fuspepded operations awaiting the at* Ovcnttaat. Mr. Jackson 7t'itu Oardoer this board a faithful friend I sod. col. -&yore....fait et"al ioliUngcaule1q. T Ht--R- D-IT-T.i '
--rifa' f'-Mr.-McCoolr) :wbo 4 '.potU -" wDJAsM.er'' J.. .'7 le es-be1tfertberw-; I; ; + : .p.etgQnAawi" .continued for the term. .'. : "- ,:<.;... . .: ;

in a few days, and will decide whether P..u, II''....of. Muse tbttebeaa ;., : "Resolved, That a copy'Of this resolution _JD the civil suit. of T. W. Ellis' .', .A....-.-.310 .18LA.Jfk.

be wishes the well driven deeperi'Minxcaroe ; -a polo."Seyeod the r.m of rsr4wS \ be spread upon the- minutes of, Ofll: BrtfO' ,-S >j action-< am --.lE.Yl..EUJn .!:"71Nb r
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r/ .This :ekamer.'Jtugaaapt.tLeite: ) '. :yad.tta Ptaan. I board the minutes: ages jurors brought verdicj 1"100. ,,' 'T.ICLE'A
Recdlns-'Tbe' l Wnod..HenI'J'Y.a' Dyke with sketch tics REPAIRER-: f
a brief life -of for plaintiff. SA \ .
; in, Tuesday from Bassln.fvter ...... ; our _
with 300 bones of fruit from the Cboroa+:-5lor"- sad Hoa r"a... associate be set-apart'to' !his maroon; I ..J* Booth was arraKned on threechargesrouefor Call ,and see: rov Line, of Watches. : :Real 'tstate- Alellty \
Lanter grove, and one passenger and -Br Barmoa. and Pliilathaaa. i and that a copy of this resolution also selllptf liquor in a dry .1.

Ji\: left yesterday. morn big for, the returif :Talk en Southern'jl'nllnra Mr. M Mk.at Bntherlaod.'FI- -' < {,; furnished too'.tbe Valley Qa......, county and two fpi selllDC Hqnor on Any article, Jewelry Promptly .Ordered ) '-' .. ,.." .., .. .......

i \trip. Cap ,Mliix states ..baUhe riverS laitronrtBUl Solo vt.b.lle(h8oQc"Holy. tr.rtCollection. and a. copy\ *eol to the bereaved, tam- Sunday Defepdant entered plea of upon'Request; '.j
, fast .r = ejBj n. nolle cOnten>fe in all three cases;and I Realty bought and sold.:,,
,,1'(0 'fruit is coloring*Op.. 10041' Is Is under seal of this board;, be It. .
.. BICYCLE SUNDRIES..,
Bvly.Holx" )ttCOIIIfftI.u. ". ."* It. ' the courtxBentepoed him lOa_ fine of I "
further1.Besblve- Houses rented. .t
;good shapefor market.Tb.re" are Boo8i4lutloD.7 .r W0Q4w..... .. ,. '
I --- <*'Tb&tJ1b board". S30'and osts in lobe brat case and SI '. ,
severAl thousand boxes bf foil .down l' 'do Taxes paid and Title. fist.ified :
.- ."Lh rlb.randth Jfronr..w11L ow ..;.,,;. :'At-CostforCasL, now adjourn until 2 p. m., la respectttfBls acbrfn 'the other two .J..M.w.1J.L5UN.J8 J for on-rflidenta.-i '
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Mild it'Ip ? : as ,I." aar.the meocy.w'1d :
OO sod sl.25a yard lpeet.lonI..t., plead guilty and Fire Life and ''tccident In- '
boats haul [ :
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1.,: : ti, t wtgologPatehd, .-" :.BraldsJormerlfi.OO fl; 'tn.ekl'. Up' sentenced pay a fine of S30 and S NOTARY PUa14CY.. t. surance."r f ,
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.Mr: C. W. Ward of 'tt> fo' K a
; secretary bunch DO..G c. "M s..Pu.J.U.. I j- STATK"AT L RG.. i-: ,4t
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.'United Land\Company, spent last SUo may all be very well so far aspie'trusts', C0jife I ishi0d o., Willing 'deer' out; ''of Estate, , I'4 ,}indemnity Bonder.; t..

"i Ja1 la!toq. ,hsvingoo0te down Use. Planks I J ,;'ODlc"-'Ou.raa. are concerned bat,. notjwhea it comes season,tried and found not guilty,jand ,t Real Agent, .....>RN'Er4 *Yrr9r'P'RROQERS .
r d'fiiOm.Phllade1plll on" .. mi.. ted.v Price, .rcents. to chills and fever and alarl." ar. ,
z f..$. : oldbyall Quit eases against Steve" Tyre and John KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA .. > '
F .. Wardwas j p well druggists, tiin-8 the quinine and take afreal cure-Bol). .- a ",
,sleetstaids .. . ; . Douglas, charged with the same offense -
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that free eahb : lard Herblne '
. be ini e 0- s jgontalns no harmful nol ,' LIVERWORT .
were pressed ,
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WILLIAM '
i be'Lad been in many .. Ut ]Fine hoe ot; pocketjjinles' : atjtbe drugs and is M oertaln as taiesV.H 1doesn't t 1 KIDNEY PH.L. "' 'I'
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Kissimmee Clarence..Bs's, charged with allalllt toava JOB, nMlaM, 4-r.sr-Kida.y f.Have .TAIt *HO-CANONALAOYA- 1-b::::
Saturday night. aoooapanied by Drug Co.: f>. dorexyou get v our money back. trlei and found not guilty.-:--;--- l"-*, yon ovarworkad Ftmr De..._. ayufHaiaa4 aaujSDdbUd Per. the compee ears of eoa....,' Cold.. .'t .V
,V for !Tal- Sold Boberaon's. ( treble with roar ktdo. I < rtMa. A ..... '
tuy4'r"VW ana- JrMW; '' Pharmacy. 'After resolutions'-on thedeath y ,11&II.asd Srooebtdr auct .n P..411 t .
" .. from that To e=Viiood bcThorse wagon; [ passing ". yes palaa la Mo, rtda,...*... sroUM. and -.Ua. 1e-.pU.. UvetwMt Tar sad ;or.
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.' ? .Apply to J:L.: Moon.sen 18-2t ' ... '. ," For >Sal*.. *,. of Cbalrertan Walter-Bass of the bladoarf Have you a labor.pDe.of taeuae.peeLpy4ad.r will Cb",", 11..... for ... .. Iced e; A ': ?
I'D 1O .straighten up ,. ,board of county commissioners CIOllnadQuraed *aycar Too Irc uaat, oauaWb.-l ", p..t....... me a "'.........., rash. .' j. n. '
s ovae bu.ID88..matt.e.. before 4fmloll' 'Fifty pieces of Dew'OIIlCb.-"J1 Rbod.< IsUndlteds) :.thoroughbred Wednesday a derv r.Paw .rl...T....Jf s... WlU ...' Knee _eel,. h _hMl.... uue4v.w hsr.tn.drop. ,'.1' .,
gh tor-tie winter l . : ; .ol'lIlnll".m1IU' lpl is will. eurt' ye.-41 Ore !- rbar.nl. sac b ... wttb uf.tT Mcbltdrsu.. d iI.
.. .mmee i reest.ed'a' K. - ,toek.-.A pplyto M-Drousbt.-r42-2s " ", : "-1 told
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r -: STATE GLUMNG1 I T,JN PRAISE: OF THE PINK.' warm: don't ,IT Ain't that wli.t 1 A R.vohatlonaryMschlns.,"' Oqfi5Eetcflei! J'

:: 'THE OfFIGIA1'BALLOT V .. !V -- -.1 clothe.'are.fort I don't'car if they. A revolution In the.* 'sending' <&<4 ; .,'

Oh, the pine the green pine,. ain't the latest cut a* l long.aa they'r. receiving '.telegraph: .m..eia. '1. lV: .
The commlistoner* of Dadecountyhave V
Let its praises be mine!I warm an' comf'table. *:. th.
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raised the $1ZO.OOO needed to I stag of its beauty when south winds'aWken gradually taking plaxro
Certified Lbt of Candidate for complete the trunk road $rom one .end, ....8Oploll:. . "If.yoii had a perfect covering of :United'State. owing to the tejegraphprinting of the bawY home* of to-day Is.'a".,""t' ;

State Office U ued. of the ,county tothe other of which part ridge-, vine fullder it*V '-ah.4owomea bristle you wouldn'twantany,'w'ouldyou7" machine which, are V being und Information a* to the best rnethoda'of V: : ,
constructed ereepin'e aald the perfect stranger. la the office ot
flfty mile remain tp be >\"ben wood-rowM- blow, in tha sunflec] Installed metropolitan VIii promoting health and' happiness"and'jjj
_. I The money. hue not been raised b)' below. Chicago New : the telegraph companie; *.. '
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GETTliREADYFORELEeTIOlNames Issuing, bond nor by a special tax And the ferns present; arms in a rlotuTOW. V -.endln,, the messages ar"punched" <' right living! and knowledge of the worUbestproIucti .*, ',

E. but .the commissioner have found h h the Morse, V
"Of or speIle4pttti! .
oft. Structure Hailstones.v ;
the {he '
-r pine. pin .
*-- t. men who 'are w'lllng! to advance "theiey 111ILe.tjta, jpraises.b*green jnineK V. ,' V .t.-\\ . .... .. characters..on..an'.endl..*. (lafc vTlv ; V Product -of factual excellence jjejad-;
in note re V
of C.naiaat..IoToffic.at4h.DUf.r.nt aeemable! ; takingbelr equal annual Instalments .V'flail the' * :" By: CLEVELAND AU BE" tape 1* then ,fed Into a endlng machine reasonable' claims truthfully, presented 'ii
V e..rv! pine. '
Will BAd ie lte of six and where a wheel MOves "it aloniand and which have atJUunod, to world-wide:,
Counties < < covering a period, year Let itt praises be mu.el'! .'1 There three .
low ate of Interest I lips( nf iu eourage when north winds ', are plausible hypotheses in the right direction.$ The hole the'' l
Official State Ballot bearing a all8 \ acceptance through._ approval o.tho> .1'(
she baa blowing" ;V V as to the origin of the .00..7. Ice la the tape allow contact to be' made
,. Putnam county think 01 Its |>ox\er' of greenness. in freezing aJldeno.in at;the centre. of.&bilitone. rochnJsnjf Well-informed of ttyjWorld; not of Jndfc ,
otroLUa.J'Kelyl
which. : _!
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found a way to secure V (a). The" haltaton. 'have 'begun V "vlduab "tit mjwIa1iveV I
of ma, n1y-bu the
,,'f.n.baa pr'Fla.-Tb ..wet.a.l'y nededImproVemFntIOtakUb-- 'JD'tbe bloom oUbe rose or the weiiht of : ''The receiving machine .I* IOPwbrt)1e 'Iooo! :

'state baa iasuel a Hit of candidate: : ctanllal nature involving large expenditures : : the snows, with the formatiouofba21.of V ; .' V an' eloctVlcalfy'' ( ,:.outrolledtypewriter the happy faculty: eclocting.and obtainIng -"*t.

for *tal* offlcea 16 be placed on ,Jh'i < .: without" Increasing, ..taxation.Th : : .When the pine-sukine builds_ or, .the laisonitater now; and the 'clear ice may bedesILocol4ivator.tros.u..s1, a JSlectrlcal: contract m
.
._ egular. -;ticket ftknwn I -:
by the cold
n.mea-tbe application ot the -
backed good
I by So
/fatal its praues. are! mine! proper t'pe'ban to be truck.. V
tlon. of business principle to public V surrounding atmosphere. In I tb.ls thai component part, an Ethical 1 .
I'. this automatic working .
I
The 'tIme'tor certifying county can I polices: l h. held to make the differ Sigh fhe evergreen pine, case .the' air that i* mixed witB the fat receive and Vemody, approved by physicians and commended -. :

dldates ,I. longer than. that allowe enoe. Heretofpre the county ,h.a paid -_ "CountloM ,.... are mine! snowy ice at the 'centre would be the girl operators tan ; the .WellformedrftiU \.
for state candidate the law indfcal' relltwhen It wanted moneyand I. In! the masts of great ships where vast end front 200 to 400- jaa aage* In' by ,. .. )
high Int compressed by .the freeiing of the
>
oceans aJe spreading a'valuable and wholesome fanilszatIve'ls jr
for county and thirty] it had a surplus -nine houri' with- one machine. The _World as fz: ,
tug twenty day received done when The floor and the atairway,that dear feet ,surrounding clear Ice and would be '
: days for state before the election -In many way waste I* to bereulaeed lire treading/ ]' liberated a* a.bubble .when the hailstone m.acbtn.'Work. duplex: tWo mesAgei the well-known Syrup of Figs'' /

bf ,. cons qtentJyte list of county (oandl by economy-careful collection The "J-able' l and stool, and the windlaw-an i* melted water. being vent at the'.Mite tlme. -Po u, and Elixir ofSenna. To grt Iu benecIal, i |
,, date will beAjiirnUhed by tbe .clerk t and equal taxation will nil! the' pool; V under lar'Mbanlca. 1
the (b) The elTocU always buy the genuine, nianof
of die circuit ii'ts chasm between the.old waVs and the Lo last snug strong box of the.king nucleus of tile hailstonemay _

1 The certified list .ltJI'IIiJtatol
'"jtm.lollowat : - have taken--charge.of.the! financial interests Dings the evergreen are pine.. V of water; containing: dissolved air. A boy in the State School: for p*. .. vjy,'and for sale by aU leading druggurta. 1

DEMOCRATIC". of Putnam. Thti beginning Min ;which I..forced out by tbe process of pendent Children wrote his fat mi 1TOWER5

V Presidential Electora-H. P. Italley I expending $190,000 tat a courthouse Hart the pine, the green pine reeling; precisely like the bubble thus "Dear Pap .-We children are V 1,
V Rbbert Davla George C.I roads. For ita God !II stilt mine I of air that la of FISH BRAND
V., P. W. Butler. bridge and good With ito delicate beauty in summer:. wind. are seen cake artificial baying a good time her* ow.- M i. .ir '.d
Matrln; Samuel Fasco. The Florida Coast Realty company V signing ice. Cold water can dissolve Safer broke his leg and "can't work. 'WATERPROOfOILED ,.011

Congress-Frank Clark. baa under advisement. the settlementof With the strength of its"verdure in "inter an appreciable percentage'of Its volume it rained.and :"\ '
We went on a picnicand ,. 1
r' Governor-Albert W. Qllchrlst.Secretary a larRfmumber! of German truckers undying, of air all of which 1* extruded
of State-11. Clay Craw the Let us itand let us 1'..... let.'us'' reach to we all got wet. Many children GARMENTS V -T .:
owned by company -
V on land the akiea. when water freexe*; a bubble,ot: 19
bwr sick with Mr His- "
ford. are mumps. .
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-V Attorney: General-Park M.V Tram near Apalacblcola. B*. glad m. our (rowing. if .IiCeainlS or V highly compressed: might thus be gins fell oft the wagon and broke hi* 11tq\r.4vt\ \ ; .) are cut on 18rQ8' I -r,
The Florida state troop In camp sighs; formed at the centre of the hailstOne >:; I' pa/m'n5.deslCl/ VtV
mell. And for rib but he can work little The
V V Comptroller X. C. Croom. al Fort Plckona and' at Fort McRae.; Trust the purpnae GOd of divine the If such gallstone be melted in cold a ... jo nWe Ihe wearet* e.J:
V pine that I* .d..gl1Ir-lhe--deep-.eU.
Treasurer-W. V. Knott V with the regular, are going through -Editb Willis Lien .m (;.b.riatl1ll1. Reg.iat"r. water slowly all of this air will be man a' ,the utmost comfort \I'T t
the hardest work they ever experienced . whipped u* boy with buggy wh pbecau.e
1 Superintendent of Public Instruction redlsaolved and no bubble will be At1'JGInDURANt'cWJIc ...
at encampment A careful- we threw 'sand Inhis' machine 1
an .
,
-W, Mt.Holloway. -_ seen to ria to the surface If the ,
V ISMcUIn. ly planned program baa been mapped and made black aQ blue 1 AaAsTtztu '
Commissioner of Agriculture the ot tone be dissolved in hot water rapid. 'Ij;, q
rV(' V out for each day the during regular army slay ofll- ly or especially If the atone be. naarka on us. Ernest cut his finger : I ILt'' tk'i V TS.39 .iW-.i!

Justices Supreme Court-William the troops by crushed forcibly and quickly underwater b dly. We are all very'happy.1 'rrl1t;! oSJ.ICKeRS 3=
cent, who am giving the -troops >a real ; : ..I
I A. Mocker andTbomas M. Shackle- touch of army lite. No leaves are .jTJ'IESOW'S EARLI the air may escape as. a bub- tonaut._ ___ V V \ III- '

'tI ford.Railroad granted the fctate "troops and what -9G- ble without having had time to be Co "d.EnglliA ---.,.---.-..... :1
Commissioner-Royal C. of the city was ID redlaaolved. French lady living In Amez'ichengaged ........ ; !
Dunn.: they have seen "lo Sat-! "" I tie -Scorli*-D ltiir Made i a carpenter to do some work 7r ..-... --..... .
will be add. .pasBlng Ihrolllilb'-on'1beIr way (c) A hailstone formed of pure --..----
Tbe county... candidates ta ROMa' Island. 'The same will be observed Into a Silk Purae."I watei.; that has had .no opportunityto for her at a. "'"'stipulated .price She --- ..(.
V cd. their return. Drills under L J was surprised later to find that he 1OAMPl.K
'--- .' REPI5BL1CAJ.V on rifles .................... absorb or dissolve air can-be rejoiced -
regulars at the disappearing charged more than the prieeh.groeiupon. | MENT1
Electors-Z, T. 'Blelby C: II Stew the to a. temperature far below .I .)
II .rt. J. F. Carnell. H. W. Bishop, and are a feature of each days work: don't care nothln about style,. creezlng.. but will .eventually turn to When she attempted to remanitrate V :

w C. O. Parlln The county commissioners of Taylor myself" obseived( the man with the Ice. at which moment its temperature 'WIth. him, however, her. English ('17.g: reM h.r.! . '',iI
or PllO :
TKKATMFNT
- Congress-William R. O'Neal.: 1 county have Issued a permit to tobacco-stained boson to the perfect 1'11rlao\ to thirty-two degrees alh-ii[ liter, and she said : ;: and FlHlula 1'.Ir.. an,1 hook nplaltitnv Kfrt Crew P11.. J

V Governor-J. M. Cheney V two firms to cell liquors and beer In stranger who sat opposite to, him at Fahrenheit and it will assume a "You are dearer io m* now than l fh. '.!r,! HK/S/ "C. Ih-i>t B..MtHn>'lOllii'1 llnn .f,4' J/i.*

'Secretary of State-John .K. 'Horr. I Perry for the next twelve 'montha.I the table.\- "'Because I drop a fork on crystalline structure so aa to re- when we. were first engaged." 'Sue- 1L' .

Attorney General-Fred C. Cubb.ln' lemble snow Such a hailstone has, c_ Ma.azin.-. People who have little Imowl dci.. ,J. ;"..;!
-r I,. ever operated in this county The to poison me. It's all poppycockhrlngln' sneers the Chicago Reouril HoraJd. -.
Comptroller R. Skipper. county has never beenoted dry buta another After herefore: a snowy nucleus without CONSTIPATION AND BILIOV81U SO. are always willing to caller that; ;,a
: on one. the _
Inclosed air. and on being melted Constipation nd. |mi.(>oous matter
-' Tre.surer-I. K. Webster. -* high municipal license has always tip that's what he Is." bounding through the body. Dull hoadiioheoarntomaoh. little as far aa they esfa.Mrs. J
V -:'.Superintendent of Public Idsfruc. kept out daloons, but the present council "If matter under water will\ of course. how no Feted Breath Blvarvd Ey...:
tlcin.-George W. Holmes.Commissioner haa agreed to lower the llcrnsa to quite a simple to wipeIt bubble. In fact.*the central apace Loss of Energy and Appetite ant the surest .Winalow's Soothing Syrup for ChildrenteLhing .a

V of A.griculttfre-J. $2.000 a )'elll'. off on your poc.ket handkerchief of 1. occupied not by air but by the signs of the affliction. You...'. LIVEB PILLS ,softenS t.heaum.nad.uClltl tn8amm.'II;
VtV course," observed the twa.aiI.y. >n.cores wind colic,:2ou.s! battle'
perfect stranger. oun awakea
oeltively oonpHpatlou. They
lo have an vapor of water only and as the
: K. StUjXel.Justice I The colored people are ,
the sluitKish liver to better notion': cleanse
,: "of Supreme! Court..-E. nly l institution of higher learning' Tam V pressure 1* very small we may liken he bow l.. strengthen the weakened parta, \At a taetoryatLongntonLsi..4O,-

-% and Fred WxMarsh.: pa. The 801101. Florida university is "Sure If you want to. said' the his to a partial vacuum. aduee appetite and aid dltfMtloa. Price 000 Cans are filled With peas ever1 "J

Railroad 'commI8810ner--8.' W- the oul1 school of Its sort south of tobacco-stained man. "Wheu I comeinto All these three forms of hallatonea. 15 cents from your dealer or direst from day. The work is done machinery. \ ;;

,. *T Rowley. .,. JacksonVlll A vry, able 'faculty .a restaurant .I come for some and other forms as yet unthought he laboratory. Free simple by mail to any .
No .county nominations were made. I has been chosen and tbe curriculumWill thing to eat." iddreas. J. It. TOOKO Jm, Wayeroiis Oa. KIcks* ..Onpndin Cares Nervonane, .
of. are and If could in-
possible;
we
.,
>; SOCIALISTS. 4 ofa hIgh standard-It, la "ald. "It' the' not satisfied with Whether tired out, worried, overworked, or ',
tm V primary; object certaln- yent methods of distinguishing; be- Hungry poet* are what not It refraabca the brain and .
'* Electors-K. D. Baker J J. Collins:, New comes from Kissimmee"- l/," agreed the perfect stranger. ween.these'three kinds ot hailstones empty honors._ nerve. Its Liquid and pleasant to take. ,.

i", ; 'V .:i. N. Lee. E. C. Post and E. C. Smith. .' the famous St. Cloud plantation. "You bet your life It. I.." said the we" should have a better knowledge A Marvelous Eye<< Remedy. Wo., .., and Mo., at dni ato..... .- '":-
Congress-A. N. Jackson t\ Hamilton Dlsston established '
which: the late tobacco-stained man. "There's some of what goes on la the upper air Those who know what Intense LAND-'B :J
Governor-A. J. Pettigrew. of demonstrating / .
for the purpose UNCLE SAM IN
though that
b seem to want style. with disease of thee
luring the formation hail. pains come some V
V Secretary of StateC.. Still.. tbe profits bf sugar cane V :.....- 1"11
They don't care what's brought hardly believe! Mitchell' Bye '
ono Those who have conventnces ye can
.))4 Comptroller Treasurer-A. U.Meltln.Kimball. raising In Florida Reese has Parker again of changed Middle- .) long as the dishes Is alt right. Mywife's will find that the proper study of hail- Salve I* able to do all that Is claimedfor His Lucky Bargain In theV Alaska 1';:
hands. W. It. but a trial soon convinces on.of Purchase. ".
that but I ain't.
of Public Instruc way She' a ;
under
Superintendent town Del.. has bought it from tbe 5t4naIi polarized light give V
curative
the extraordinary
power recent
V ." tlon-3In. S. F J. Linn. be holy terror for style. additional information their An obscure paragraph In a ,
-P : holding company. It Is to regretted a* to of this little remedy. Sold all\ over
>' Commissioner of Agrlcultu"r-J.fi I that Mr. Dlttson's project fell "Indoed?" said the perfect stran- rystalllne structure but has not a* he United States. Price 2Sc. government: report throws an Inter jt-j

''":'''''''''4Iark acb. -. V V attracting ter. V e.ting'Ughk on Uncle Sam's ,.peculiaraptnass .
.
through, as he was already yet told. u* much about the process .
",'-L.3d.ralandldateu.I for county of- considerable attention to It when "You bet you." 'said the tobacco- of> formation. Lota of men make good husbands as 4 real estate agent Invest ..' i

:,Ji Cs. will be. added. I death ended his activities. italned man. "That's where her anime A* Ice.1* a poor conductor of beat. who can't be goodat anything else. leg his pwn. funds. The old* gentleman ,..I,

V -'*, PROHIBITIONISTS.' An"elghteen.hor&epow4'lr enslne Is to disagree. 'You 'can jive me my It i* worth, while to make some effort .'o Drive out Maioritt sad Build Vf ha 'made some of the biggest -

1-. *. Electors: Stephen IS. Foster. F. be Installed on the Francis p. Coffin .
Prescott Bullock. owned by John Brown. I I ten,.her, I'd lief eat Standard Oaovra Txsrm. Cone. these
Pratt. Hypoluxo,, as my gravy Interior of a large hailstone. The rake the Old though of\ quite equal
!1 "- K. Johnson and Francis; B. twenty acres L.......Tomo.' Voa know whaT )/*
The object is to Irrigate with a steel-bladedknffe' Vases yes
a* a silver external: surfs- ,,) the entirely abnormaJ, (t not apochTyphl
J No other officers' nominated by this possible : may safely Ie as. are taJting. The formula U plainly printed ..\
afford against
I: party J. N. C. Stockton1 was nominated and as'well protection'as to supply water lated one with a 'pearl handle along umed to have the. temperature ..ofevapora.t1on' es every bottle, stowing it 4a simply < uiliaeaad -. \ purchase of Manhattan Island .

; V for governor but, declined..f . treeeq[ ,., Mr. Brown already aa the graY)"'*) what gravy ought or the average wet- Iron in a taataleia form and Ute for. $24."Y4lt! he has driven sum .. ''
I V In times .drought to be. IV don't want no change o' noat effectual form for growu peoctei \!
PEOPLE'S ,PARTY has ten acre under Irrigation. bulb> temperature: prevailing In the ohlldrao. -, very thrifty bargains. ': '
d
.
-V Electors-D.. L., McKlnnon. T. J.: to add another ten acres plates. to eat my pie either lower thousand feet of air through _ The paragraph referred to says .. \1
but Intends<< V \
V>>R31ON,
Bell W. R. Peterson. Jr., L. H. Ca- being weft satisfied with the results "It simplifies housekeeping to eat which the hall has rapidly fallen REVISED ''beautIntoltlca'te that $7,000,000: worth of precious ,, "<\

boon .Henry Bush. No other candidates on the ffrst tract. The use of water all the food from one plate natur- but the centre must be at a temperature Nlnl: "George"say that. 'my metals Is taken every year ou.t'of.Sward .. /

,' '.' a* a means of protecting crops from ally" said the perfect sti'anger. more nearly corresponding to him. Peninsula Alaska Seward' '' t .1>j
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-'i, INDEPENDENCE' ] PARTY. frost is said to have proved effectualIn V "Yoti .bet your life" said<< the toaoctfutalned that at which the nucleus wasx.armed. Elsie: "I heard 1hat be said )'od Peninsula J* only one of the tpanjr'; I
Independence Part Elector*-R. L. trera to drive a man tp '
James several Instances. cAn > man. "What's the use f There is. therefore, a state -enough profitable mining district ot the: ';;
McClInt ck. E. I. McDonnell to the o' messln "up half ''a dozen kinds o' rink.I "-Journal Amman. I ITb1e '
addition Is being made rne\.led _
"V Large; Jr... W. C. Harper and J-.. P. of strain that should be by' northern territory. and the epeela4\
V 'Thompson. No other -c ndldalea. Pensacola water work plant which dishes at one meal Doe it make polarized light. The average ternleratirre more Catarrh- tble eectknT othe ignidence of the figure lie* .rn"' h'8' ,V,

,I CL . will\ make It twfco ttte size It wa*. A the food taste any better I'd like -of the whole hailstone maybe country than all other diaeaaea put togethor fact',that they represent the enttjk ,

_ FIGHT tfr A RESTAURANT. feature of this plant. a* remodeled to have you tell me how." easily and directly determined by [ and until the lest fair years was supposed original cost tha-Alaskan TerritoryThat ."'
,-
for
be incurable. a great many
; I.I that It will be operated, by con;. V "In countries brine'on to
some they just within' .' ,
allowing hall to melt a local dnisia
I air Will be. compressed 7.an doctor prononaeed It a I* to say one district aloneret!\
T Justice Howell 1* )ln .. .Dangercu pressed air. :rTJbe: engine and pumped the kettle and let everybody fish alorlmeter.; where'the heat ,con- and preacnbad I local remediaa. and br eon turn, every year the cost price oftheiwhole '..
by.an In. It to suit himself" said the perfect tmaUy failing to cure with kwal tremtment.n '
_* Condition."Jacltsonvine )Into a .reserve tank and run thenco .itranger. "Then there are dishesto umed. can be determined. ;, and then >non>.it iaonrabla..Scwnee baa proven fabulously -iob- ,countr/-: ...

_ ;'Fla:=Lawrence Howell. to the-pump*. Some ot the'Iatter are' waah at all." ao he temperature be computed; .Catarrh to be'a.onatitational diaeaae, and whose. resources have hardly*been :

e Justice of :the.peace'.of the tenth at a distance from the main plant and Monthly Review. therefore requires imnatitatioaal treatment. acratcbed .i yet. .1ncldenta.1I1. it U '
JCb.n.y ; ,
V. .
by
of "They hsven't got sense enough to Jail's.Catarrh Cure fnanufaetnred
'
district this county and'one of the the condensation" and 'leakage a pretty coincidence that Seward Pen-.
do that In *Ufk,Toledo. Ohio,M the only conbtutkmal "
this said the tenl
of country,
,
4 most < |mania should make this howtaf,' 't
state,lie*'.In 9M Luke'ai hospital In 'a piping required baa made the coat accQ-tined l man "There,wouldn't Quite Safe. V I in doaea from 10 drop toataaapoonat ,
1 sine Seward! who n8l0tJ kt "
Secretary ,
,There ;will .be be style enough about It. What love V II acts directly on the blood and mooouaurfaoM ;
aertous condition, while in an adjoining tot, fuel considerable. people "John .said the .70'lD..lfwtte.: .. '
'
.'., room lie William H. Coulter tho j\ but little of thl**trouble with condensed -- In this country' want is 'style. .you oughtn't to have,, aJi)'" secrets of the.y.m. Theoffer one.,Bend hunraddollarafnraayeaaeitfauatocnra. e4 the purchase .of AissZaromRns.. ", 'V

rV clerk in the offlco.of Justice Wlllard,"J air it 1* believed. A*, cold- air II* Look at the thing we've got In our from me." vr eirenlare and teotimonia. .. Address f.l_ .1A forty year ago, w.a both :Criticised

juatieeotthe peace of tbe eleventh.. lust aa useful a* hot sin. no outald house There'. another thing-:- "Well. Tootsie CH1cagy Ox.:Toledo Ohio ', and ridiculed paying, th*..

4 .district.also; badlytwounded.\ :i help--will be needed to'' ''work the we've got to have our chair upholstered "You 'go* 1-0 lodge meeting, and V Hold by OrunMta. 75 e.t -. T "enormous Mm" of I7.z00.000 feral! 1';

The; trouble between the two men work*. "> .,, .Il In. plush an' velvet an* tlde} you never tell me anything about :Jake..t: BaU'a Yanuly Pill*.tor-t1ni. V of Alkskat"Kansas City JouMaL V VV
'' ,
occurred In a restaurant: Coulteren Franklin county land. will "produce' over the backs: of 'em an''centre tables' them V __ churches at White House -
"terlDC,while .;Juitlca, HAwell 'wa at three hundred bushel ofwtpota.: '__ .: lM- : ? WANTED ". : \' "
an vases' on mantelpiece an They wouldn't Interest you .dear.I. : In put generation: ,or' *lie, *,
?
', dinner. They,held a short conference'and toes to tha acret Figured at.l5qItcecu.: tusa an' flxln' wherever you turn. .don't mind giving you the password,. the time ot Grant the,AletnoAIst anTLhe V Tbe Truth Aboai Qrape.Nu'tfFoodLIt t
heard V
Howellexclaim: Drpdoct
some one $150.00
15 bushel thisniean V VV VV -
,.""You are a liar." a the acre. In. the .cotton belt: a half I have to stand for It. bein"a married hough, l( you'll promise never to d.*- Presbyterians h.YS.be. ,n far.mor, V j 'V "
to V
The next moment Coulter drew. a bale of cotton;, to t.be'i.lr ,'la/a:fait man but I don't take no .tock,11l It." lose it to a living soul.* V represented than all other deaomlna- doesn't mater a much what' 'f'
>
_. revolver and 1Ire4..tbe bullet enteringHowell' estimate,' OC'p ucucm.: Inth4: etQnbelt "It was lutury 'that led to tbec1o..nfaU "I'll\ promise'never to tall'It to any- V ions put together in the White House you heal a thing, if* what yo:V :.
but acrvtrom ofRome," remarked the V V 'V candidate. .. that counts.'uowledge V And ' ,
chest. H* fell. was you .rellsellS.OO per lOdy. and among, presidential kio. correct.

t ,quickly his feet. grabbing the revolver your land and intti1I.1Sv0TedeCtiofl perfect stranger V V. "Remember Jt'* .to be repeated. Grant Hayes and V MoKlnley'' were 1* most likely ,to. 'Ce '.'

t- from Coulterandshootlng! V you'realise HO.OtK sIt ..acre'At. present "I don't Snow about that. I .only once: and very rapMly.:" iredited to the ..M.tbodla.aDd:, Til- from personal experience.V .. ,;

,Just under Ule heart. sweet potatoes' are1:, Betllng at SS wu 't never South" said the tobac "I'll remember. What i* KT""Aldaborontlphotciphornloatlco V de.. pbUnv; GleveUnd. HarrIson and "About a year.ago," write aKT' :41\

--- cents a :peck-'fn.Apalachlcola. co-stained. maav: "I know what' the V *." Bryan to th*. PresbyteriansOreeley' man. "I,.....bothered b1 Indigestion;., I'

fi1L'SDEATUSTATEENT. It'OOm.. down from the far northwest . master ...ltb.Chlca.o..though. Wbat'.I. "Wb u' ;Pl.ase.ayitagahi, a llt- V was a' Unlversallst. .although various \especially during,th* foroa"I.I' _. _

cL :: .that'.tlifl8tockmenlarer; racing v*. .a house tort. If* to live, 10,- tie.IOwtll'.f-- -f V V V -:,.' [lhdl at':.:.tccentric; -ethiaal.:,:and... felgiou -_ :tried::le'feralremlel .,
.
'CopeTanflT-Charjeil With'-* Murderof. *ertou*-dlfflcuHy.-"f bejr have &:larger AJ long a* hfejroar75 im 'jin"'aro"orwn :-JIHave::rou fargottenTfiie.condUlonailready : .."Id.*-were-ttrlbuted-t.o- -perIUr pr en'. '

'.'''' fiii'n' .>i ...*--V..GI.' ...- -" _u- than ..juauftl-lprflductloit- jotfeeder: .i - .nnorT7o( you"want.Olve' .? -I said only once and ver* ',terfleld was pf the Campbellltes and V T.breakfas usually con.l.te'ot'' I
steers but the ,price of corn so me a bed to Bleep on a*' a table to V V oatmeal ot chops 'W
f :Mlll'ou: Fla.-Andre.. .. Copeland was little demaud for I apldly.I ; .. once> -bad ,been a preacher among: tr ; ec.
I that there'.M V .
t ,. brought here from Berrydale Fla.. high, and rule ao' low aa 'to eat off of an' a 'Chair to set in an' an- (Tearful pause) hem; Arthur had Episcopalian affllUlona and some fruit' : ''
pricea
\ )h.:1: 'and" placed In Jail. charged with the thellk shipping. In' Florida steers Qther one put my. (eet.on an' a cuspidor -. "0. dearl I wish. you hadn't told and Roosevelt Is -of the Dutch ''Hearing so much abo e'r *. "" ,

V.- ,-.murder of .Tula''Dlxon.: : a- young girl discourage cam! be raised and fed'with'Tit. tie corn an' that'. all I'll ask of you." me!"Chicago Tribune.. VsOnoecvtoacom 'Reformed atock.' -Philadelphia Bu l.. Nut, r concluded"to. give .It ,*.,trial: '{
:
..,, : '." ,. nf that place. .hFt'hs, msu.bo baa velvet bean.. YOu evidently believe In the slm- In. and find out It allI, bad'heard ot'UJf '. ,.'
{t ; According to tile repOrtedItLtemTtt: na UTed- -ple4lfe--egi44he.-perfe.-strangop.-- : <

i;. made by parent and .other*. the Ctrl" and'the- a good man Pl'Otn..rwto it. It take "If. I believe In It I don't get It, bya -V ULNOthID" aoI'I'

'f:',;. V I while in her death agony. said she eightyi! ); "," ( finish an long shot" gvowfod' the tobaccotalned A German physician.. Dr. Hlrscb- :like it used to t>e, / creamtwosoftboiledeggs. toat.,a *>.

__ : iI ,:drank a glas ot watejr at a church average western steer. Fifteen or muBkY. s. I belleia in the field, has been computing the quantity Nothing lacks *o good to vxne; VV cup of Postum and some frultj: ,Bej: ,; .

.VV V V j about S o'clock In the afternoon into twenty "bush -wlll do: the trick' In simple life an' I believe In solid cornf9rtanIbelieveiicommonpenie- of alcohollo drink consumed ha' Ion': are quicker in their waning.Show fore the end of the Hrarweekljrn::: *?_- ,

'f' > ,. -""e-which Copeland had 'placed what b*. Florida.xhere..!.1I1e..Jieah. ..does J1.0t.. ;; -Berlin-'possee.e4-three-ear.-.r' are notr.a.entertain ing:rQlrla lid orte' aciditfftbj stomachand, '

to1dbeTwuqu1nlflerTheTttrr'eZ hour and half after have to be put,.on. but simply. firmed an' that'* What a woman don't believe ago 11,892 drinking .shops.-one for are .not, *o pr.tty-IteCrlytY V felt relieved ::V. :11' d ,

\qi I*; pired drinking within be an water. 'a V .and hardened ,'...4UtUoV In. My ..wife don't. anyway..What '610 Inhabitant*....In addition to .301. Sweetheart love not.talf" *o,",dearly.Painter .,, "B'Jtbe end of the second week all'.\ V,

Ft l? .,'." -- V A7\rlp to-th*" "vegetable districts he .want 1* stile: au* be ain't aatlJfleU where wine only 1* sold. Durlhg! the : odor V have .the"roses. trace of. Indlgeatloa bad disappeared "\ It

:, TROOPS FiOM CUBA .and' around sanford at this time 1* a with being stylish heraelf. 'bathe pfcriod' the Berliner* consumed 438.- ADd the redbird'i -.ons disclose and 1 .'a.t.tnt.rate'bealth': once\ .,

)*l V V :" .To' Be ReadyFor moat in reaalng, study of crop condition want* me to bo. I tell her that'. 8U,632 liter of beer. 2i.704Sa5 liter -. "Los of melody and i elndnes*. more: this V3"
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Will( Camp lt /Tampa cUla'
,\ ,, :: ) land give a good _lnalgbL into .clnnlpe
of brandy'and 18.968.061 liter
of
tjJ Any Emergency. ? ? < .:' i all right but if_ she .work*_ on we Spring brlag* oof it* forme madness; diet I 1.e :

;!. Tampa, Fla.- "rumor.cones* :to tb.'prbspoct.-Of farmer,th."are conilltgMasOU.The busy\ :with from 'now' to ,Ro.hUr.be-won't: V fet )f" wine. This work out-at an ay- Stunnter used to be delightful lunch, bnt.now: I can.'en Joy hearty V'

:tamp&" from' *mlofflclal source InV celery aeed beds.. ..and tb4 'r.cent.r"llIlI 'm* no different to .bat-t-am.'* V .1 traga'b.hnual consumption head ot Mow' it's.slnrpfy hot and frightful; weal at noon time. '"There's a ,K*a*, "
their" "
\Havana?that the'United State troops have'', ...prevented: the planting to ,"You can't, jmakrt, a silk:-. Abmp', th. population of 236 % liter of. al-:, : vIne;r that once trought ]oy and .on/.' V f:.* ... .' ";., \ ,4

u's-P for ,.otoe ,'month*,'after-being:,with- any great extent aa many of,Ib4.Jbeds; "Wh r* thatt" ,asked tltobaco- sohollc drink at a coeWof 100 mark. : laughter; ,. V V 'Jam.CUl by,I'ostum coBa4 4.". '

-k. (:jdrawn: from the !Island next February, are proutlng in good form and avet stained man.- t -... a mark being one hilling. A* the' 31vep naught but-the morning after.poetizing Creek. Mich.: :. Reac "ThrRoado: ,:.'

L- r' .'\to' be
"*O 4 'thaVrepublieof'Cubs.. : In-ca** totransplanCele7! .condition were much toixpect'V!: ; s :i-l'----/' !sljjdlnijwpmnnd" __chlldren. _|" rm""hanldul'-whft.'rmdone.jJothlng'alllkelft.uMd .--' -Ever r.d theabov*" eW"oa.
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; "" V heed for'! the protection r t--American .nevrJettet. n4th1.:._&reaL"eio "dothes, V Veso med" the man'withlotha.'VWhat about 683.marksV may beaid. ..thatl"e1Jnnll..np'.11'4.a.e !.) : ; -tOjfe* tJ : lettIT-A' .
deman4 ItJVcl.4er ""
: ..Interest* ;jihoold occMlqft:; I hould- the-gre' .**this. tn':' r11 o- .
_ the government )IV&1' been oomT do.morq--for- -taa tobacodtalnedb I m. "Tber'sV .. ,jWhom:: \0. blame-i-tha .Mllt. or:met, ,, ar* KcnaUr., true and full ot : -
Cauliflowerand
vr before. '
_ T* .'et.1y'Lr1edO4r' : to'.the Cuban:.m>.: aeaaoa than ) ID" doIwsn'ofStyiIsb J(1cqmo-( In.toxic*tip g drinks.Loa.do ,. "V V. >,, V '' l.o:--Caevilana: Deader.. ',. ;V '- ':,

')'tkirl lt.j . i4. . lettuce pltntftjare ,looking '-. V eloO. **tI,,wear. :clothes .to,k..p n* ...Olob- V.' "" .'. ..1' ,r "", M .. k ,' .tV. ,' / .,( :
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;,AI I; : .. aym4no0Rl9d ', .., .tsj Beak of $laekelrle.; :---
'I "' SUDDEN "
: : ;"u !! 'u : '"Figure' don't, He.", r'emart.dtieman' \Ji"uaeDce'" an -the.WludaarConn.

; ; who utters aphorisms:' ,. car; on. afternoon had the opportunity,
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"' "That's trueso'' far a* foathewatle of witnessing.as.' onuinat bight -as the'car :: .

'1s' c4hcernedr, aa.swVrsd the cmjpalgner. -' ''neared the tarnbam' ''switch':' ,,;

.,, "But In politic a..bade':number Windsor Heights.' The motorgi aklowe4'.downtie GREEN J2EDPLE

1* liable to' preTStloate, soms.DKATD .''?--' car"uit-near4dtpe: '

switch and the* brought Iii to a,Ailt. '
'T'hlAI TO Ulna WORK. itop. The passengers were not aware
i"Everywhere I go 1 speak for rerrassesd' what the1 trouble was,'but' lbe'1IIOt01'- Oe rm L./MlMtw uu.ed
because It eare& ma .( ringworm In Its sea11 r IJ 014 r
went form. II y wbola eheet from DIGit to man directed their attention 'to ,the' N r l
\ waist was raw a*beef| butTBrrsasK'ceured field close by, which was literary .. t aasa.o
me. It aI.o CllJred a bad ease 01 piles.'* 80 '' i
my ..... M. I. Jones of 88 Taana>hll 8t., covered with bUckblrd -The'car NLtOwmtWISE n ,
x 1' II. ar, Pa. TiT-t..ls.. the great skisremedy Iras nearly full,of, passengersanj all mtattIX PItw ,
; 4k sold by drajtirlsu or sent by mal remarked that they bad / wit'nessed"sucb"an'tsei.bij t0aseeerr YlA :: I
... . (or 600.WtU.e J...T.. .vn&IJI., .J>ept. A,' "'blr4ti .I
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'a 8'( +MpN1aa hiteillhltu., ... Bavaanah da '. ,: :: of bei:

1"v .hOtkM'4ap'" 0II1IImohII1Io1i S'r '' fore.:-Hartford, Courier.- .T MAKING .A TB8TaillecoieV"T CAIMD.IL;
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.t.8le, ....,' W!,/ Getting Back.' sort""of, ''
ae' :wonder, wager }
<< A company promoter,,-who advertised t
0 for an office boy received.,100 re collector I would |,ma.lter' ,f ',s
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ban '
:? selected Ha.r4rumt.Toil mlaht'let me
'Plies. Out of ih hundred he ''
ilnd *ut- *"*
:, ten., who were asked to call at-tho of--. 129 for' ten dart and is

1' Ace for aa Interview. Ills gnat eholce'fell onVt \ Smart *!et."' __ .

upon a. orient looking young chap iLOOK t ,
""t., \11.-lhe"promoterr"I" ,
"My boy salI|

a71a C j .at your,'' appearance and Tour manner 'le sq.salatr h

rerjr much. I think you.wlll, do for SEINING "'

:, t 'the place. Did you bring a char'acterP" r Y t"3 :
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UER $
'"No.; sir.' replied the boy., 'but' 1
I', GUA ANT E o Y A
11fLf. and got It.:
ligsihzal / d MISS -cmn go home ; '
!; gaurrSratr r. ,;Liats C ,1 "Very well; come' back tomorrow! r.4'After- I AM. .. all .... ..._ *W ttk.rwplj
Cp 11mrwrp..Y
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i..IIdaaaaesbbryatalelWaa5.a5.ieas.h.alleh.wro morning with It-'and'- If It U sUlli- d.l.d.bi-.
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"\. .a. tatereetlBs_. factory I dare say* I ihall engage'you" r. -*. sts.awU.u'd1a iw"Meaa.L..aa.arabelna"hhen- ,

.. .n the .wufeleov of eatabJBST e.14. whisk ......./....-....aralullW M.-e.,.
Ts"'e
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'ff . _.."'*toll tel..W valae to mil_.. s>who late that same afternoon the flnan.cler ,
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'ii." . ""fAl.r.II riniSEOFQR the candidate.;: "Well." he'said cheer, "' ..... olau..y.._. .
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. "".. l."d' Of 1iOIfI fully "hay you got.'youi* character* suffering for seven r-ea...., ':: 'r.l.'T. :.:= ..
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C\.YO "No," answered- the- boy '"but I'vego't -ths.VOmRft wRMfflstorejd to health t: ::A
r ; ,' t t o ." 1 by Lydia K.;fMnklianfo VegetalJe! e e wwr'.rriw lb.y "
JWUtiar eomta.Philadelphia -
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1- .. SUDDEN GOLDS. ,Compound. head her letter. .1.11eW.p
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: 1 it Should Be Taken:ACcord nl to Dr Wanted: More Time. Ind.1'er.. writer &ire.11nkhamt: y iIWING'wciiR. ' i
'.. m. Altol'lley-Would' Court mind "I bad female- troubles for seven CAeoT.A.1d.0.lt.1R
rectlons on the Bottle 'at the Z :'
"._ -- snakingmy-- client' -eentenc*--about. --ea"Tw" -rtiu-dowu..and su uer. ,.I,.. ....,: '
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I. -- -- - first Appearance of the ColdST. six months 1ODlr't'rT' voua I could not do anything. '''The :t'/.w5 I"'=: ,jom..v
..... tautnwtl' <. treated for fferent troubles
J doctors me
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Last 'an
JosifHMidi.., Sept.. .- The Court-That It eitraordin- wKa.AI.
\\tk.tl. esy' winter f awld,_,.& 'k d4l.oped but did me no good..AVblle In this condition :::idat
,,.4 caught Ua4e sw a ._uwrl.d4..","'cruet M' ary request.! ''lYhyT : I WI'Oto Mrs.Pinkham f.1' advice ,,_ru-. l.fe.e.alr. J..Wtb,....., ._..
la W telsei
_ Cartoon by Triggs, in the New York Preen of the head and throat. depriving me of my tt9me-A. It stands. your' Honor and took Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable I _....I-dlsrl.rye.w Yal..1.: .nYd.rY5 e prl.eibi .

: fr RlnftBlde photographs of the terrific fto in Ohio, between "Town Pump," appetite and,ueual good pints A- fr.awbo ; ; It will hardly .give me time to"get Compound. and 1 am now strong .::; PI.ea()r pa._I a-.5.5.ax
had cured ..dv"IDe"
been by Peruna him JlerdoDed.Puclt.AN.E'X.PERIIICmD'TR. and r.r.-: .a---.. .... .... _.==
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how n ,
II the Temperance Champ and the celebrated "Demon. Rum, showing to try it and I 'eent tore bottle at once, ., s. .
bars
alr-.hwN..r..e.a a-s..4 ++
'Demon"was to""lleep.UI and I am-glad to say that in three days !: DER. FACTS FOrt SICK WOMEN. -
pDt '
co.
.. MAIS8Yr.SflIPV .
the
phlegm had looeeDed\ and 1 felt better 1
..w4, .. '. The New Jersey man who found ; For thirtyrearsLardis E. rink-
w.. In) appetite returned aodwithin nine daya ..'4IL atusra.atas_
1 was ID III,- _.* pool k.ultk.Mice $00,000 In bonds in his well was not ham's Vegetable Compound made

( PUBLICITY SAVES L.IVES: ON RAILROADS. Helen C uerbier. rattled. from roots and' herbs,Das been the t
Peruna ..'.0 old and well tried remedy I'll do" he Bald. standard for female ills CONSERVATORY,,
'The: flret thing remedy
fl"" for colds. Mo/ woman should be wttbV BEETHOVEN. OF MUSIC .
: out it.fioipe. ':>111 be to.squeeze the -water out of and baa positively cured thousands of '
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rgu.OVat1. '
Officials Find the Wrecks Are less Frequent and Discipline Better.Fr folks are so .ucnsltlTe about these"Philadelphia ledger. women who have been troubled with. I The oldert.AII1ncb.best mnele Nacelle
displnemeotainfammationuldon.ftbroid ..- the Stale.. of musts reecho'Nen6rork.adaamslrltlmatatedrygloNe -
1f. \ Chlcal -Publicity is credited the general manager thus been"called. their age'' that they strenuously 'deny DRAGS YOU DOWN. j tumai tles.p ,,,

I with having; decreased accidents! ) on .upon to act .. there heads.. being. a.111.gray-t rnattgrLa! their, ; ()}io path, backache: that bear: r p u>.-BKOTHEUS EPSTEIN.: VIV
, the larrhui'n: system -of roads between The board of Inquiry does its work I.'Backache' and Kidney Trouble Slowly ing-down feeling, flatulencyindiges- w.GnTyl.r Mil Oliver. .lr.ki.raufcu ,lam
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twenty and Bfty per rent within quickly and net infrequently a newspaper Wear One Out. tiond iz nessornervoua prostration.
WAS DELIRIOUS WITH ECZEMA.
al I I' the past three years. Thin result representative !Is a memb r.
t 'jt:"":'" Is Indicated by a report made by The newspapers are furnished witha -- I Mrs B. Crouee. Fayette St.. Manchester Whydontyoutryitf ..I :i.-----
1: (.tt".. Julius Kruttschnltt director of maintenance correct bulletin of the facts. This Pain, Heat and Tluxlins: Were xcru- : Iowa says: "For two yearsmy Don't.kenlta.te to write to Mrs '

r !_ and operation to E. H. Harriman practice has greatly diminished .the ciaUng..CeticuraArted Like back war weak Plnkhan if there Is anything: 1 811Yfa11AU STt11 c&, '. LmTNs. .....,',_ r
: of a novel pltn 11')11"1baa) ) been newspaper'appetite for wreck data M trIC!: I and rheumatic.. Pains about.yojir.sickness<< -you do not[

! .' -, tried on that system of roads. unless tho accident Is in rcplity a MejStory. "An eruption/ broke nnt An m!" <1 nfbier's -.! ran' through my back. understand. :: She will treat your i sta I idss sulfa--Bwodf.... .thos.aereea4 u.nMi.._ .I:. .w.+.w. _
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i" Besides decreasing accidents pub't" cb..t..J i I.l/OK Let to. a doctor, and he 'and limbs. letter In confidence and advise, bw-'wrll..aek. DtL.a .WWUMT....,....*..>. 'fr'
hips I .
k o Itchy has served, it U said, to improve The effect. upon the discipline hoe pronounced to t lie eczema pf a very bad I I free. No woman ever regretted *BSBSBSS>**BSSSSSM lS S ISMk liaM* BB* lMCHe4 #

i, ,.t dlsclpllneand Increase efficiency been marked for every ,man In the form. 'He treated her, but the disease I could hardly get writing her and because of her with tt "'.w "iTtiompson'sEyeWate
',:: 'and also' has protected the roads operating department knows that if spread to her back. and then the whole. of :I about and'lost much vast i experienceshe''has helped ...a
t; against newspaper misrepresentations he, Is derelict in his duty his home her head wan'a"ected. and all her hair had I sleep. The action or thousands. Address, Lynn,Mass. ,
t ," and unfair hostility on the part ofF community will know of It, and he to be cat off. The pain she mrTered was 1 thekldDey.wumucb't I. '(At42--0e .t
F- When the of will be discredited his friends. and with that and heat ---
Fcommunities. plan giving among excruciating, the < disordered. I began
b '{the fullest publicity to wrecks Men can stand being hauled onto the and tingling her life was almost. nnoesra'ble. using Dean's Kidney American Cotton and Business,University,
j .f':1.. "was*, first broached by Mr. Krutt- "carpet" in the general manager's Oooasionally she was delirious find ;x:'tfI' Pills and the result ';
t .. scbnitt; It was coldly !received on all office, but they cannot stand the lightof I she did not hare.a proper hour's sleep for was remarkable.
The Consolidated
-kidney action
!If :..;..-. ides. Finally! ho. succeeded In' getting local publicity., many nights The vecond doctor we tried became and School of Telcgrapliy, .. .
the backache
'7 'K' It tried on the Union Pacific and -- afforded her juat an little relief as the first.' normal ceased -"" "- "" .w. .

t. ....._" now all the Harriman lines follow'it. 3317 VICTIMS OF NEW YORK .. Then I purchased Cuticura Soap I land "my health Is, now unusually' MIL LED G v :rL r.:. E ( GA., .
The method for it* end and the good.
i.- new depends ment. Pilli before OiAt.1
RAILWAYS IN ONE t"VYI"TY"iM. we e... to _...1-ekr es*wltk eoo"*erwlekt Is H tn ko* la.n>*;: .i Mir .
lucc .1 largely upon speedily finding te MONTH was three-quartern finished every .. Sold by all dealers. CO cents a box V a av' l ..*... :t,..Hay k.4 ..11 ooMoa..>q(b. able io.roteet tam.lv. f. say '-". ._. !il
out the cause of the accident placing the dieeaie was eone. It really seemed like I Imasio. Foster-Mliburn Co., Buffalo N. T. ..._ We....>tokck tow d.B.* OwiM*. Or ..pI. new kieoMom .1r.e. i .... ..e
1.J\' -t the blame where It belongs and let- Report Shows Than Wars 6280 Accidents: In Mrs. T. W. "Hydei: Brentwood. .pr. ..km.< .r.d All>",.>l lr. BOOKKEL.PING: "Lad aiasle: b>sad heal dt.hl...-. .M>>lr>to. JI.:1.-: : i iMJKUJLAt S5 ::
Jr4\ ting te public know all the newsr City to August. Fret England :Mar. 8,. 1007." The man who jumps at conclusions CAW >.4 all ilTSaLarhn.e... HdOKTHAMU, Tt t-uwail lilQ. efwe ..STri- ..,SrM
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Vrl-- a f papers care to tell about It. This New York City._There were C280; seldom lands where he expects to. Tele.rrephyandJ I ix>adingiS.ri: ?, ,.. ,'......lfe"tt:5 .....Ip.. .... _U"'P. 'Ss..iM.W _
method Is different from the byre railway accidents in New York k_ lay Wiles tar 4UBs>0.*M, **4 oknk .. .. .. 'w nu
:l; )J. so City ''Bankers who have 'been supplying Opvdlne Cores Indigestion Pains,; .
.y t::, usually,employed by railroads that it In August, according to figures"submitted Well street gamblers with tople.J' Belchinc, Sour- Stomach and Heartburn,
caused a great deal comhunt, but tc? the Public Service Commission money from whatever/ e_ It's Liquid. .Kffeota
(. .. ''Mr. Kruttschnltt Is a .firm believer In.1 by Its-secretary. They'resultedin on would feel indignant uree.I Immediately., Docton prescribe it. lOe.'
I ? the efficacy of public' sentiment when the Injury of 3817persons.. Ot I the Philadelphia Ledger If I asked to t&e, and cue., ,at drug stores. .

t based, upon u. right understandingof, that number 2247' were passenger's, ; ,back a' comparatively innocuous shell, Wall street Is the only place whero
facts. }539>>: ; were railway' employes and 631 I game water runs up hill. '
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j. Wheri an accident occurs on any.ot were neither passengerl' nor .employes. -
7 the Harriman .roads the superlntendent Forty-four persons- were
1-"' master;.mechanl&-'aDd englt Itltledfta/fifteen received fractured

eer'of the. division go .at once to the skulls four lost legs or arms, thirty- NUBIAN 'KEEPS YOU WELL"! ft.aP iAlfalfs"thrives best?:on a moll
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r ';scene; and organize board of inquiry four had legs or arms broken and mow
: well supplied with POTASH,..photc .
'1 composed of themselves and one or dangerous injuries were inflicted on :_ ;

more leading cltliens'of the coromnn- 138 other persons. The total. number AN IDEAL AHTI-C IISTIPATIOII REMEDY p acid and lime '
'J' .ItY.", 'it this board falls to ascertain ,of persons. dangerously, wounded In preparing your land for alfalfa this fall
'i' 'the cause of the second wan 235. i TRY A BOTTLE 4- .
thedgeneral Ask your dealer. for ItLearn' don't forget,to f iaiure against wecda andvinterkillinjj
board Is formed of superintendent The report shows there were dur- .. your crop ti
, : ,' general superintendent of ing the montK'121 car collisions; 8114 by. applying, broadcast, ten day before t"
motive power engineer of main persons and vehicle ,struck by can., .Txrns tmt l Mmaf mmWttem I '' '
= : planting of a-8-io fertilizer
., tenance Af way smd one or'more cltKsens 052 persons Injured when boarding G-IM fi, ot operS. ; 6oq pounds per
{Teleg'ra h ...... w. <-8...cl.lo: ... dl.-_...R 06 '
of the community. Should this cars and -123S when alighting from r- u ; acre Most fertilizers ar? we*];'Totash.. Make
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*. { typard in turn fail -a third board I.r Is cars. Forty-one of the victims were them complete -bj' adding PotasE .toV4-of lijf eIba
.1,1 .tot ltd with the. general manager at I hurt 3>). getting In contact with electricity. National Telegraph Institute, (Depl A. N.) 1II'f irL : 7Mj: m flr.Ad j .a. ..
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:./head. In only one.Instance/has-I . Muriate of PotasK td each,]i oo lbe o$fwtiluer.,

fi .. .. .._ .. 'WATKINS : Call on your'-dr"let"for POTASII.at e'as.st'reek_
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' ; [ : : 1'r ; :may be too Ian t>*'g fthe'good* delivered In Cm*fcr nse.

;' ;; U(CENSUS OF STANDING .TIMBER. ":_WINONA.MINNgaOTA..BxtrMt : G 4 Potash drows Alfalfa
t1' \ , .f.k. 1e' .'ino.... .rtIe1N/ ._...... .....1_'..J'I.alIIU. ...--. if
.j .<.. T.ll.'Frfmr.tlm*. VIM__sea.Canwarrera 4 s..d M earl ioie,,;ui.Los Lase pbe er sell,
: ; Wanted in-Ef9ryl ,CQunry. 1' .wove, .rs1.. aM ienW .. 7WI.. 4e. 'i
I ,i. AUmates ,8sy' the Supply will Last About .Twenty-three Years Longer:, 'd ',' ,> .. Taw? ....._... ....-.0......' I iQERMAW'KAU WORKS, CsndJerV Bldg.At, ; .'Oa. z

+t"t- "Washington-"D.; ; ,Ire '",for'comput' '" '' qo BEST PROPOSITION E=: y Ir"IrD AGENTS I. , sew TOtt-M MskMsh.'f.. atcdo-a..rar awe..4 \
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C.- Tbe'National to & an accurate basis ftffI'
i ', 'Conservation Commission has caused ing how long our timber supply will J. ,,, fW lk't %.. V--. '-'.' > .-. ,- . ...:, ... ..

tile 'jlnt comprehensive:attempt at a last. . ' .' '. .
1 'r 'censns of: the standing timber In the The consensus of opinion is that .
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.j.United States e.er undcrtakeD." The the present annual 'consumption of "

1;'r 1: 'haelmpmcoompp2its4ta4nfagtpr-.-of th. ,wood feetror Is-about-something 100,900.000,000'more than board that = ; advertising: : is the( .'key: .1:0'"business :

f'. .country'a. natural .resources..!which itT One leading authority- has placed It .i Ji1 Judicious)

y:. .m. win Include la its "'porttq\the> ,Pres* as- high co.U' 160,000.009.000 board T'< * "* (. ,:
t ,. ;iJ ',4I.llt..nel II nee' that report is,i to;,be feet.' 'Assuming SV stumpage of
{ 'iffibmltted on'.J.nu.rl next It needs 1.400,000,000,000 feet an annual ''s.uct.ess. An )" i in
*"tb.'tnformation''' at renter In cones use of 100,000,000,000-feet and neglecting advertisement

t""d ..ouence"thefwdrk.oz i ; the'censusbus growth In -calculation the . ., , . .
4 beeh startedwith, a rush..,."... I. exhaustion of our timber supply Is
, E.tinletee'asltotbe t : amount of indicated, in fourteen years, and assuralng '
I !t'standing; timber'in-the United States the- same use and stand with this paper Will.bring on jrof l table :: e "- '

k f.htt 'range-all the'way. from 8lt,.33,000-. an annual growth of 40,000,000,000) : :

eve .mk;; 000 to J.000.00p.0e0,000ibqard feet feet; a supply for-twonty-three yeast I h { 7' .
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.... a'.difference' ot:more'thin. a; trillion is Indicated. Letters to" county clerks \. :. .. '. '--'lI ',,.4 .,. ,,'

t t",."1',,:.ai feet In'the views of the best' '{ <1liVKorltles asking statements of.forest-areas turns.-i : "- 1 ..,.. ----.or-. .. . ;... "f ,it' it;. '...I :
in the country.thwoplnton :1- in tlrelr", counties have been fdrward- _._ _-, -- -- --- -" - ---------- '---- ----- -- --- --- - 'Y. ';";.1.
t ..... - D1'th.'foresrseftlce ed.'Seven '{houtiand'lunibermeminirtimber '
: the moall-earefull,.. l'lllpired estimates Jand1 owners, have been asked :t , : d ;;<

'ojt5 .yet. >inade' areithos > Gannett to gun ply. similar Information. In f__ .' .. -- ----- L rM "
,', published by th.'twelfth- centos.In all/nearly 150,000 letters have been ,

' -, .ot ,It00, iwhch( placed-*/:the. total sent.These'letters '' also 'ask for' a NOPB IT WAS.. IUtle ])-U+ F A S D'YYE' S:: :
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,. ) stumpage at' ll/0,000,00d,000 board wide varietyot Information_ IlltluI <- -_ J'O'-fEo-to--suD4arseb N'-A:1..t .1I'1J.

i ",is .'feet'' ''Mr"'Gannett. -'recentlychosen Ingjtot-only-the-lambetfng I : | and nrill- boyr* 1 Color e.___.brlakiW. aa4 taMr aoton tkus ...r eifcer tr.. -Oae tw paakase eolon all <11-- Th d,e n eats_be tar set etbw dye Tea.l'
sen ,by'the .President tocoo: pile pdJntormatlbn' aTTtb Ing Industries but all others even "Nope.- ..." d. se,. n..aa Mbaut rtavlm w>v>.. WrlM roe trm baokIM_Mow W ut.r M" a.. .v.ur Ochre MONktOB., UU.il' ** .. 4tu.IIIUe4e. '

|Tpnhereii for the Indirectly'dependent upon the .nse..of "Don't., say 'Nope.' that isn't right.Well. ." !

I ,rte commission.; I.The :eneus'ts_expected ., wood, ,'1f.1 said 'Yep,' I'd be tellID' i &II&oi j

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... : b1"raal.1i i done wonders for 8Ulr.eJlo .
Petersburg "'RuseU.r" :
rSt* -Tbe naval Wa. .Frozen stiff and'having -
totter ground Ucb. ery- ..
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I .. budget was submitted to'.the Da- evidently been dead for a longtime etpe.aaintaatsorehead.eb ',ehate<< *aa d ..
.11 m\ia.lt: amounts to 144,097,500. an all the Inhabitants of a Village other forms of skln-dlsaaeav via aggniveted epl r.w er Ted, ah. JBIJmIik
.increase overrlast 'ytarof'. 1919.00,07 of Siberian ,Exjulmaus were' fOUlld.on ; ea eM easem*Its)fear**have bean marl d.d.dt .7
I 1, "The'Constructionaccount 1*. $8.U".- the i Siberian coast by a party of l Iveloua aid". thousands of people: stag its seed pser.w C.. ..e..rsk. dl.k :)'
>fJ. .000 6f. which'', 13.771.000 tBforpew, Indians who went In a canoe last praise, fiuo. at dl'1llr<<1eta'or by mall from, 4 h hrd'L. des.t .; "
i, ;Jr 'coAsLructlon. .' This decrease 4119 Junlhto. ae.thelr: comrades.. -Their J. T.Bavrraias..Dept. A.. Bavannali, Oa.3'f l'ro'.R. i K'Z. N... handed'yeared. men'or; : t".lft.CII1 t1l. ,
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to the'fact that the appropriation- provlslons'exhautted Esquimau* bottQma ? .rw feat feel an1eN Na apes l.utem. ,
Cot It. be coined .to'mean f illC&: F.i16B +tly bottafll aq.nd '' .l
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'construction of 1008 has'not-been' had eaten the'walrusslcio :'II&'S af..an "ixxik tatl.It ?
: : covers- Ae.advs.W..1s.ta t why Me. flL (or the rae''GOD' and a< I
t tonebeii-< '.The': prei'entprogram' Includes front uthelr'houses'and 'the clothing porch .portlc, piazza 'an4 veranda- .. 8IuMm.. ls.d/ly versa aa for dlredtioma how SO ae..re tb_ ,

i r' I-: 'tke' lu111111)r.pf"I.ollr: battle- that covered them. This t.le.ls l ldby'thovRetwEdiyard .there Is bound to be' can- r', : R RED.1I'Ii,: : JltLD;CC11..8roolJtora: Masa. ;" 3 '
. g i'l-flT r, i torpedo iboat: <.'...destroytrsthree'sabmarlnes. O. Campbell a 'distinction',in-Jttie country; I laments the New. :York:\ .
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:, : :Monthly' 'Meeting" of the NOTICE OF oN.WNEkSA r-. The oUowUMI la;N;peetoWaad 1'ICIr.Clerks_.> of RI."*'I* ] ANI.'SAGON. "WOR'


It j 1 &Tb. a-lalatuN'.1 if.T. under the M horeby appointed by the Board ret Countymlealonaraj I o' .. .

? ,Con.tlyltbeef I8gk, of th. Stake of Florida' didyas.tthres n.- of'Oeeeola County to,.......... . .1Ii; .
Commissioners Joint Bsaoluttoaa propaelnaamend- neb at the Oee ralsUsctioa tabs bald ea the 3rdarof I ,

; ...",,4i: County menta to the: CoaatitnUoa of tM State of Florida.:.' .. (_,-. A.D. IVuS.-" to- rtttPrecinct *. . HIGH GRADE yEHICLE&MADE.'J'OBORDER: : ;.) .

.. . and the same were.Ml rees to by a vote of threedithe No. 1-atleaNnnaeeiO. .
"'1.-- ... c of all u..members elected to. each ho....: W. AShtoo.f ., b..Psear.' ,. I '(: VJ5' vAT.REASONABLE J ..PRICES.Blacksmithitig .

that the foe .on said Joint Resolutions' were .nt.t.d UfM. Plans < ", ..... .. ..)iI -
JT. KissmtafKie; FLA.. Oct.. S. ?< I i His report also showed balances, uncollected Irs.WehnbeeJohn "', "II".I..j'r" '.

,; The Board of Count* (Rmmiselontf 1 as follows. upon jbelr respective Imab.wlth yeas ; '" " .; "
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Iittlgular . and nays t"and they-4d determine and.dls.ct Pherlaje. ,/ ) .,1\. I ,
ers In and for Osceola county met i_ ..v. :. | Id 7Oountraeho.il I, ..
10 ID. ""' .the ; .i. 411 HO that the said Joint Resolutions. be submitted Praolnet No.-t- ilna-ii CraekVRIJvey '" )S: ,
session at s.
.. read 45 'IeJou..t..S' to the elecjors of the Bute at the General Else- i Inspector .. '
'above-Bate; there being :present J. 8UHbrattoo . ..... '. lo 0' lion i ;: Horseshoeing l .and Repair Work
J.'B. .Bron- . 'November. JVOM. O.C. Branson sT
WB.. Godwin, . . 81 _
K..A..Vali. ?:AM" !' ...... .; ... ..." .. ... .' b'80 Now therefore, L H. Clay Crawford. Secretary- Waltw Branson i"SN.Inspector.. "

h'' 'f.onyaommissloo.rs'new, attorney for the; board and Ar tlcene'report' showed""DOthln**ollected !. 01 State of the" Staid .p(. Florida" ,'do b.r.Wnott.i :, 1ye . I ........,! .........k.:. kFrecind _, L......'"xW . All Kinds"Done by, :FIrst-classi. .. . Workm: ,

' .,. thurK Donejfao./ O. C during last month that a Na 8-CpbeU: :' '--. y.. r : yr,

'111 Chalrmaa WatMir Baa, 8r.beTEjr.. Mrs. M. B, Gilbert; treasurer; filed GENERAL ELECTION >{.'*. Brown. ;' '

p absent on account of llloeia, upon mo- her reports and a statement of the. following will be held In aaoh Bounty In Florida on Tuesday. ; W. W.Clark .. 1r',1':. : .. a ...... : 1
seconded by balances hand nest auooeedln tha first Monday In ,t >vemlter.A. ? : y ; I .
t.lon'of W. B Godwin on : D. Y. Joh_" tJ..i \ .: '
.J..ll Brofti oo;. J, S- Stratton!: wa o..I l rarinua.r.n,'",-s.*, . . IM' (Jt D. in!!**, the said Tuaeday bring the Raymond V. Ltnler..eicrk i irn yi('t''. J. JJtv: DANN
!.em. lort....... 1" .: ., 4r. . THIRD DAY OF NOVEMBER: . : Proprietor.i: ?
lasted ol1alrm.o, pro I loin i .
.j.v j| rincy..haoI ; ,. f :" : for the rtaMaatlon or rejection; said 'Jointesolutlons Precinct Na 411 /lf > -j ,.. ,
w Mr J-, Hllllard appeared before( i .'ounIy. .....,..."'. :. '. . It"tal+ of.1Ja. r.*...Seaman VlttaDostor'raelnct t 'X"J. > - a :I
'' following .. . proposing amendments to tha Constlitlon .. ; .
'Mia\ board and! presented Count .p.clafa ?4' 13 1t .. W. ,

..Itlone- I 8. 8. D. WOo 11 ...... .. .__ 281711 & of the State of Florida vis:. '-AI.81m p. Tyson_v ,..".. .... rrwe. .riew
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ro. M e Hunorabra I Hoard of County . A'JOiNTjtE9pLbrlON"pro: ,;.... "amend? ------WllllsmartUirk.; >- ,,
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Commissioners: Stats If.s.:; ,'. '.:. . .. .:.a.::::'. ;:XI:l meat to Section Nine (9) of Artlele Five (:*) of \ .' ,..., ,,,,
3.. No.I-Crabbr' T.; ,' '""" ""'" ""'" ""'" '" "-
4e W... UjftxunderBlgned citizens and With this she died her certificate of "the Constitution of Florida relatlns to Judlol.1aaIaraa. ; .
hoWers'llvtog'-ttn' or ..adjoining Young Tlndall InspectorJohn aMI'" MAONI ,r suer.mml' MAe7Mt i
property deposit from the State BanK, showing ', ..
1, the road fhm Kisslminee to HU-1'1 1 the above mounta. on band. B. It Resolved by the Wlsleture of the State TracyW *, '* .' '
''lard 'II .Island -aij8-Uience to St. Cloudy, Warrants were ordered cteoli1erffrom \ -itl FIoricIaI' B. Nettles '

"l-espeetfullv oetltlooxyour' hoaorable the following funds: Fine and ; That Section Nine (II) of Article Five (A) of the Precinct No.W. A.Whlttien Eubank clerk..*. MACH BAOSe1. ):

body to'dlscontlnue thus portion of forfeiture, 1M.02: ; road.. $:JIIJ: 77. .xmstltutlon of the jate of Florida be and lbS '"' ,
the road commencing 20fTfc t east or- communication read from the ...... Xol Rauleraon ldsp.etorO.
A was U hereby amended so aa to road aa follows.vtsi .' "
r, the se corner of the nei-.of tn. swi of ', chill Coast InJand'Water) Way Association R Baas - :
| Sale
.' Livery Feed and Stable. !
Hectlon township 25 south 0 anlCe and to accompany'same, with Section Nlna (9)( Th .......;.. f Justices of John H. Baden''j Youns :lerk.Precinct } ,

,30, east, and running thence .w 91. an initiation. fee of fifty dollars. This the Supreme. Court. Circuit Juda-ea and Judirea. of Randolph .
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Cloud, as shop on 'the road p !,communication was Bled for 1 informa- Hmlnal\ Courts of Record shall be fixed by the No.BDuln..1 W. g.:Chandler.._! I ;WOOD.-D AY.IN-Q.
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Inspector
book No. 1, page 23: Signed E f' In. etrtvaturot '

Masters; J. K. Hilliard.! L,. Hi CohooriTIra ; J. Trlpletl and J. W Preotin. the ... J:e. Clementa 4, .S
That forwolrt amendment of .Section Nine
Wetherbee, Hull Mass .*!:. R Wrteht .r. Everything i isis Now and First-Class.' Wo will
i i re>rew>ntlng the advertising committee (9)) of Article Five (6) .f the Cotutltullon: of Florida -

After some' discussion,, anti the dtsjthe KisHiminee Board of Is hereby arreed .... and the aame ahall be submitted Precinct' No.George 8-N W._Wsllcer. clerk Bender PrOlu'pt"Ulul Satisfactory Service "J'S i
there : .
board b advised was
havl'og eo Trade appVared' before the board and
to the electors. of the State for approval
or '
NI ht. Kinds
. J. UPQo'mutloo duly sec ,, X. Lamotta InspectorR. ,Jlay or All
no objection, ,asked that It gvbscrjbe fora limited ..rejection the next general. lection of Repreeentatlvea ..

o ded. this road 'wa. ordered\ disooutlBiied. ,number of tub1te tons to the Val. hereafter aa required- Section One (I) L. EvansJ. .r Heavy Hauling. ", ,
.. ., W. bon :
]ley Gazette, to he beat three months to 01 Article SeventeeitATrbt: aald Constitution. '

Uond of C: W. Qriflln. with toma .' ,prospective settlers I ItHrhe Kant and ......-- \ F. W..Hill clerk.Done AT BEAMAN'S OLD: STAND. J PHONE' 113.s to1f..
Thomas and J. Z. .Itoberson as securities West with J( !: by order Board this 14tb day of October
.hq.'h'Jw; fcf ncourajflngI MNUT RESOLUTION propaelna- amendmentWArtcte ,. .....
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-- each to .the swat ,of .>00, was ,I! ,settlers to this county. b Trtplea \ 'Twelve [the ConstitutkiiL of the STRATTON. 11

approved. ,, i stated to the board that. the i-ilclei Stale of -Florida relative- to education to be !. Chairman Board Cosatjr CosunlealonersAttest _
oomraunloatton from Jt J. Hill, a |In these papers would be gotten U-Bfor -N. or OseeoaCount, - .
known as1 Section Sixteen of aald Article providing h 4.
resident -of Taylorvflle, Flu.! w.a",the, ( paper and that articles of interest E..r. LEBLEYCIerk. .
-teadr: askhitr .the board topay >he bur of for the levy of a special tax" for thu.up- By ARTHUR E.;DONEOAN-D. C. -
the
would J be rjtten bv members
rt and maintenance the University of the
lal expense ol Mr. James l'arrlab"amouot ., Board ot.TrRdea.o'd. that| ,'in htll opinion lie of Florida, th. Florida Female College, THE GBHYSTONE GBBBGE UNO PGHDIE Snaps:
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20.60, claiming that he was a < one dollar spent in this>> way the rnstitute for the Blind. Deaf and. Dumb and NOTICE.The .
: resident of this county. .The board ,, would bo of unh more service and the Colored Normal School.

being advised that Mr i'arrlsh was'bring i better romilts than the gettingup Be'lt RauolvBdbyahe 1 Legislature of the Slatef ... names. were stricken from the ANTHONY A. LOLL

not a resident of this county, bub of of an exx>ntilve special "edition.In Florida: x. S registration booka by the Board of County ('emml.don.ra.t Proprietor. l1 t

Polk referred the matter back to Mr. Hjipport of hU request he quotedthe That the 'TollowHlB. amendment UK Artlcle their meeting held October l.
' Hill to take the matter. up with the i fact that Hernando county had Twelve of the Conetltutt>Mof thoState of Flori- I 1'15. and also "Hupervlaor of Registration of AOBISIT rOF- .,..

board of count commissioners; of Polk ,subscribed si-: hundred and- fifty dol .._ .
da. to be known as Seetlon T-iaTBald Article, bend EI""r. for th..e. aet opposite their names

cQuoty.Pension -"JaEsforpeollwrltie'upof{ Hernandocouptyttobe.published'InOne the same la hereby i ateaftfcsmd ahall be submitted The board will meet at J<> .. ..... October 24. 19IW) Fairbanks-Morse Gas Engines
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...A tpprlcaUudof-J.-WTifa61p4 of the
to hoar com.laln'tore. tlbgallystricken ,
to the 1- of the Statessit the next any
4.- Ton'was examined and approved. of the cities of
dally papers In one
general election of Repraeentatlvea. WH held Inthe and Irrigating Outfits.
r The following communication was' i this slate. !Mr. I Yen tin also spoke in '. .
year 11IO for ratification or rejection.Mec. PRECINCT N0.1 1. '
read to the board: behalf of this. request and after dis- .
IK. A k|>m-lal lax of one mill oil e
I\' Bass. Walter tlr dead -- -- ----
Headquarters: tif Alfred rson.Cainp" ,Cl.\l.Il.Ilnglhe( mutter the board decided - -
dollar of all In the
81et..hnb
No. 1482, U. C. V. that this of taxable/property Iu., .J W __ moved from county
i iKissiramee fa tbetf"opinion means
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X K-vliid anuus.llyfo'1\ the ori lend nialnUinc
Kla., Sept. 2\ th, 190! $. viri.lslng! the resources of a county\ ,,";,' of the UUJroltyof .uPI the Stato> of Klorlila,- I wrl"J11. J. W moved from countyCrew AUTOMOBILES; RENTED OR REPAIRED

To the Honorable Hoard otCounty good and for ti.a F dead v. w <
was a ( one prehenl
the I-'lorlila' rVniHln College the Inallliitu; for Ui u"' r
Commissioners of..Ottoeola County, thewould appropriate' fifty dollarsfor Clifton moved from countyCollier .
Bhud. I>cnf ami Dumb Ih..olored Normal
HIM vARTESIAN
Florida\ : this J.W moved free county WELLS DRIVEN ANY DEPTH
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>urii
| chool.. hli-li shall l 18. paid Iu (U) I1n-, MtntonAf.urer |
Davl
Gents John moved from county I
: Mr.' Tripletf, in lM.-lialf of the Hoard
_ALH rf"*..ljn'T! -ol she Campheld.h-l l -llf1'rllde-1fXPllIrnPd--tlm-vlj.i t t,1 Ue. mid pct apart liy bin to (.h" crt* It the tf the 'tOamp't.b. ilia. ; BppLT0LEdlie&tlontoheAtlLtnte4and : luI.for J E rm v...I.roiif Cuunty
> date came Iu knowledge Board of Trade and said that it was e.
T- there were several 'i>ersonn i iOD their desire to aid the board of counts iliHpoae'l l ol Kir the benefit of eald, uHII1II- Mating .' moved from countyMalthewg Repair !
tlon na r<--iiilrtil| h. Die act treating and maiiuiuv. H H" . We Work
the pension roll of the Stale draw- commissioners, In their work and extended I"llIln1l .. moved from countyMatthawe $ E1"Killds
log peoBloos who are not entitled tu i to all tine members preseet a the > known Chanter i-.w.4.. .fth" Henry A moved from county !

4 It, to-wlt: Mallntha Uraham and Levi cordial invitation! Ui join this organi: ja.. "r.Fl..rhlu. apl>rovul June 6, 10146.JOJN1' McKee B DMcUanlol .. .. ... dead _

'i'. 1 Drawdy andk am directed by this zation. J M moved from countv -
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; HE-'OLiniON/ (ironoiiliiK nn ..m..ndmi'ht \: :;
Camp to notify the board so that Uipy The following bill were examined.Hpprovtxi O"Iby L W moved from county .
tit Million Tl !ryllve of Article' Five, of'C'oimtiiiitlou
1 may take proper steps, to hti\c..tliera : and orJoreil paid : of Florida, relating to the tmlalililimint ltogbter J \V moved from county
removed und' r Section-10, Chapter I Seymour J W .. moved from county Bargains- Cash Store !: :
Y Waiter hir.'oplr11Mi6 4wiJ of (:Ole r1.
/fitiQQ of the laws-of. Florida, approved K- Hrotwoi ', <.. Be It Hennlx- by the U-ulnlnuirc of the Walker 3M moved from countymoved
',Mar ,a',. 1007V. J. 8. Slratt..n" '. '0 1 Wilaon Jasper from county
. Sta\t f>l Morlda: i
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W. R. Godwin" 0"h
Signed b> order'of Wolf! Loo moved from countyWatklns.1 .
ULmlvy.aary.lk&Aud '' <"' I HIHV tinfollow': "' .col>.. ..l U novtion m
lr i.-M OAKMNKK.:! : I F moved from county
,11.1.. M 11 Gltwf6 l spas > 'I- ,. '
uun x. Thtrty-fvrofArtl.4a" Viva of II" t.'oliHtltiltlimr ;
Major Cowman: itng'. 1 'C r' Prev.tt care jail I Ii I- *' PRECINCT No. White Lawn 40 in. wide 15c per yard.
,, Floriila hereby agreed (Mi end shall beprle"td
W. B. JOHNSTON, Adjutant i| P K A D Van.DrlKKora Agnew, aal I j.nlu.r'I legal -' .0 | enduLmituedr m / u.Ih.. oltJKm of the Livingston II moved from county Lace from J5c to 15c per yard. .

After some dlscusaUia.and- the' W R Johnson aalary .::r7"I< "'I"l.rttr approVHl or n board being desirous of ascertaining W O Hron.on. aunt farm 'x1 a'kI.lmm.
of Telephone poor Co. rent phone 2 .1' ,,u hwealtir that In t" nay, geld Kccou I PRECINCT No. -I 1 1Brown Pair Stripe Pants at $1] .OO. ",
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all the charges and the adjutatant
the Camp being, present ,1io the tlntClavJohnecnaxp.aee.te It 1IIv.. .. 1<
of Harwell" H.gave Par- 1 K:1,Oann. rapalra: pump ; ,; ill names W. S C. L laaley.l raoordinir feea and court co U . to each. .
llasa J1.
teeton; 39. <:i "ruolher tlianbertiluB from
Klmlmmee Electric Plant. Illfhta.jell . !II'. No > ] countymoved
Mn and D. W. clerk
: Caysonyhe was Anthony A tall renal... engine.Me7: *** lied shall! be eatalillulled. Iu this SUW, except Ncoilfr. JohnPaint from _lint)' Crockery at the lowest"pric .
.instructed to issue subpoenas directedto J Z Koberaon. medicine pauper 2.; '- Straw Hats .
laltlie LeglnlMtlire) provide the emstlou PRECINCT No.4. 'Fancy at cost. - -
the last three named parsons to Oaceola Pharmacy, "
-t' pear'before the board. at iu regular ap. H A W U l>rew Co 'd'h. : : h -': and eilabliHhineut ot .ucb additional arrett John . moved from county Best Shirts made for $1.OD( each. ,. .1'

J L. Overatreet. coma a* tax aaMMor.. 3W. 2:1: udloUl circulU-aamay from time to tuna become iarber William t . ., . . .moved from county' .
.Tinwar@'at old
meeting in November, at which tlrrw! .. . any price: _
/ W B. MaKlnaon (b. road : . 4 5M. '. .
an havestlft-atlon!: will be made W: Javare, road work :supplies, .. "....- ... ". '.6 On ..ec aaarr.and for the appointment by the Gov. Plat IL '.- .,..'......,f.1." .,,... .?.'..;a. "7".y..dead, v .The: 'only place you can get the' Beaver Brand Hat. '. ';:
. . \ and confirmation by the Senate of additlon1 ..' ,<"J : 4l I
The clerk .Instructed to' Bol Kauleraon. roadwp rk < erne i . 1> PRECINCT;: : No 5ifi'' ., /", ,
was aicer- L II Inirram, hormec6ll I.r ..J. .,,,, .,,,, 8501{ !1 circuit Judges" theretir, wh.... talc the date of the lease-of tbecott'vlcts .:: .,. 1* *;' (dmlth C { "in'kmovd;' from oou..ly
:t-h. 1.f, .'' ..noral jurisdiction ahall ba the same aa .la G".m'-"i : :\ t
and to advertise for bids .for one wawrykl.'anon41reCo.fedbtil. ..... ,.. ..',..-.'-'. *" '& "eraln.provided" th. circuit.Judirea already 1,\\ ,4 PREWNCTNaB') ;: |.l..ii r: 1: ,ll lllaneoclcWm. Headiprters for thei Best Vtar'from l expiration of present lease. Gvo W OveratrM. road pay roU .; :&! "- \ .: '. '''h' . ._. '!' ; .; > lawn
Owing to tire absence of the commissioner H C O Udw(Lamber.:0.! ......,Co.auppliea lumber ., . ::10'" :WKlaalmmea herein providei} to,.. and may clothe any Railroad- | .'.j.I., ...'.-..<,moved'from count :

from that district, the. Ft. Kis- Kla immee Valley Gazette. .rlYitintr .rid t4 Communion>judicial powers Iu aft marteraoonnrrted Done br orOor .f the 'BoeIrd tot County Com- .

slmmee road matter was left over to pul>ll.hlnr ..tE.rrocerlea . 21 73 with the fuhcttona of.their office.f ilasloners this October Nth A 1)IU08. t.
:
W alera Laraon : I oa STRATTON
j II
Soma. later later meeting* A K Baas feed bill 21 I'1Klanimmee ho votee cast In compliance with aald pratweedmendmenU. . BUDDED TREES' 1
Bond of Fred Robinson, with M. IV.Tlndall Lumber ('o. timber 21 not and the anew declarations and Chairman lioard County Commlwionera of
> F Parker, apt freight .
and James'C. Tison
as securities. -
\, house. OWI > returns thereof: shall be subjected to \lh.! aame
?
E L LESLKY Clerk
uss examined and approved; JO'Uuln. 1 "J regulations .and reutrictiona as are,provided bylaw By A$ DOJfrXlAN D. c.FEIlRr {
bond to (Carry ,90-30 Winchester repealing J L Moon nary. and real 118 Sl: for s-eneral electlona. the. State of Florida Isiesworth Nurseriesf i
O OOO
rifled a F Pr vett court eats
., r Preratt. feed .crlaonera.'. . bW In testimony whereof I hare hereunto aet my
Bona 'of Klio Silas to carry 32 spe- pF Prevatt. eourt cats 66 hand and affixed the (Teat Mal of the'Sate 01 r '
"selal';'" Smith & Wesson revolver with W R J0hn.t Pbam...... medicine prlaonera 1 SUMKIrer. .
W. U. Savage ..ndJ.. W. Miller as 7b. Y.wsr Boa, -
T NO. medtal..r.ta.y..t.. . 400 fifth day of July A. D.1IM8.ItWlJ We will have for 'Fall and '
oext Winter
securities _was_ prelf bled! and, ap- FHLDw_ ... ._. ...."ur . ..a. . 111 H, CLAY CRAWFORD: No ;a..em1( Clam.. ready p1antln a lI'eoef'l ..eV
proved.-. .. XLIAaIev.1a .. .--V'. .. . 1e.W -. assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Tree of all leading ....1":

J. .Mr. E. B. Milan :'appeared before J..Ov'ersireet, tax collector,'pre, '...... . SeeretaryerStotorJSO1ICB.OF decd .Ieul.u1sysakkthS most ties.. Our trees are budded on rood, healthy rough Lemon and :. ': _
'"" Sour Orange roots, guaranteed free from InsectupesU of Iclndi'.
t 1 the board advocating the construction ented his-lax: books for ..b year,190Q EJECTION. any
ofsteel bMdges. Mr. Milan has fre-. All budded from bearingtree in our groves and therefore trueto
+ $
.and the commissioners
exam-
haying the of County of the 8\at of -
Sheriff Oaeeola .
To qamiev Our facilities
for
A growing nursery tock ant second/to
< eDt.J.beeo
q before the board and was ned and compared the copies with the ..
4 _. Florida f none and our trees are as fine a* money and twenty. year's .
1 :'advUba that at some future date the originals, upon motion duly seconded, Crawford SEEDS,; .1 ejtper
Be It known, that I. H. Clay .eele tenoe
can produce. We are making a specialty this season of the
board might construct of this
bridges which motion carried the .
same were .. ...
of tha of Florida do hereby re.m.e.rd- r r ""
of State plate ,
Ury __ ., famous California.Valencia which I. destined to become the. ;
Iaau..w.1oUa.
kind If so Would be triad to have him duly: accepted and the following war ,
allUre with them. rants weep made TOut to f.he tax colector -.1 ..ve notlee that aGENERAL- ,."".,. ..- ...... M 1S1 greatest money-maker: in Florida/ Our Valencia buds aomeOl* a'-
,
1 !: ELECTION tal.. II for reot from the best bearing trees in the district now fanous for *' ,:
Board took 4 m' pro
J t" Htoeas until 2 ; : ., tWdawSbteDaY.w r.
p. tO'irit . .. '
C8tata WI .
will be held InOeceola of Florida, y dudes the beat-.Valencia In Callfprnla./" eon
Reconvened 2 the N,: .:hr-
at. p. u., those of, _...-: ', 'e-: on Tuesday: next suoeeedln the first Monday .L Y. fQII a.ca.. done Yea.
:
:
'. ,morning. .Mr.Holcombe session being' present. the 'Cola weather Adviceto November. A. D.1906' the said Tuesday bear the .Write for' Prices( .to J. W. HOARD, Qothat+ Flaw'or call and fee' our Nurr|

representing THIRD DAT OF NOVEMBER' series at Waco Florida Midland R.. "
on
Southern1 Structural colds R. . .
Steel Co., j Jail all is to beware.of coughs and For-6..Presidential Electors
i builders of ,Han Antonio T6a ' ,,,;: .
was _
t : : .,ori the chest'is neglected! they'readily .Far BeproasnUUve from tha Beoond" Cetigisn'"loaal'PlitHet : ., c ,
-
;;;,:present showlng'samples of his steelwork lead 10. pneumoniacoosumpUou
qr Ot Florida In tha Sixty-flrst
and cage work The board bay Other'pufmonar, t.roablea.IUllt as Cons-roes the United States.l M 1 .

vited IDaID Mr.view Holoombe nom repairs meet to with themat ,' la .soon s t.lfe- :Appears treat U with l Fot Governor of the: State of Florida. 1 Malsby MachiperY: C4'i'i

?f Ballard's Uo.reAiound Bvrup. > the For Secretary of egg 01 tha State of Florida.
their next regular meetin /, when a standard cure of America.:. Use as directed For Attorney-General! the 801 Florida.For ,

;. + .., full membership' of the" board-maybe" r -perfectly' harmless!" A, ''cure Oemptr ller of the State. of Florid.: 22. OCEAN<< ST. . '. '. .. ;'r JACKSONVILLE ) .

present. ,,. ? and preventiye tpr. all disease of the Treasurer of the of ; '
Mr. For State ,.Florida.ForSunarlntendantcJ'FliWle . !* : . : ;,
Farmer:of e
, Blgbem'dt'Farluer, 25o 60c and 1.00 boll.tle.l l'
lungs. Price per Instruction! of the e Portable'and Stationarr Engines!: ,
.r',_ .appeared before the board' with,, the. : Hold( + by Roperson's HlarmaoylNorusiorSale .r Ststeof Florida. ' Saw Mill;' .
that Qr
request they 'do '
some( repair-work Millsaan
For Commissioner of. ; .e, S'uDWleMUlI.L.tb,
; the ; Aarietilture.of theStataef. r S .
A J.
on road that lodlf
stating h
yldu l1 he Is ; Florida. n general line of (UDDllo*., Complete
willing to assist in the '
.
s For Two Justices of the. Supreme Court ot the line carried la stock for Immediateshipment. ?]
: ... '. repairs. wwaS1efanithuthd seconded When In- need ofa good horse don'thave .. Uh..* nCT r + ; ., Sold on easy terms.. :;:
tbe ? .
4t matter commls fill tfF sne mn hnfoin IriiTliitf. \ Inirf
.
ForRaOroadCommlestonerof<< .
r the:Statexof-Jlor-. .. ,,, ',
a IIQne..s a .orl OQ hand fine bunch of both sadaie ki. : ri "'f fWi11rpiJi i'to-ooooiult..pka. ( .,.
1i.QcI1IAl'116.rbOl'IeInrhtctrtamor.ferloa' :
*. FwrataTe ehator from-tt.. Itfth Bena'tefialPta..trlet ., .
'Tax; collector filed Ms poll U* report r at very low prices.1 of Florida. " .' _ buvlnsr.'hPostal willbring our salesrtah.W1itAforiltugtretedcatal ,
and same waa checked wttb J. VC: MILLER. ,- lFor _
;:: stub' .- w >* One Member of the Rosa. .of ...._.ta. ; :end. prloe. y -, "

,. J' 'L .-- _..;; 4 .f." ... - .. '-- lives of eBt.hsof."Fbrlda., 1PbrC.uety c: . W. ... Ge meal Southern Apala I.c........ Fareuhar Bsgae.. pours end" Saw' IOU'; .
Judve. v : .... : :;,
d1' y -.' .
aQ ... For Sheriff :
-> + [ L S7e : For Clerk otthe Clrmilt Court rl


i" f -< .''I "WTH.O..ID; p S o I Picture. Moulding For County FrosaauUnsj Aseseaoc Attorney.for of Taxes.. RbLTLINSFLORIDA'S: C-OLtL'iE.- .

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.". ., J...,. ,I ..,II.. ,' I,. .% .' 7Ii ForTsOstlecter.F.Ooaaty8uv...iaatdeetofFUWICIo.traatbo. and Paper '
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-- I" = lode of F For County Treasurer, ) OLDEST : .
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TMO iatyear..sr--: Im royasndproteot your_ ou.e. ..
1r.- ti tU 1E' it.f 'b1 t'LiCE115tEDMBA i) OTORt made to Order, Far Five County" Conunlsaiohera.. -I will be pleased to bring my ..1907' -(; : . =and-9eheelref-1a.lor-Lxpt'enitln-D'InertiDo. ., t

For Three Members of tha County" *oard of ...b- sample book to ')our house and tie and Industrial Art and Business.. .* 4 >'r: '," 7 -- ---'-- ;"

,,-, ; r.4ER; ; ,. t . .ak:- any suggestions in the latest< Oaraecle Hall and third men's......Jtor, BOW pink opr Slectrlo Urban steam and fa
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,+_' 1 .r-, ),;irmpt attontipq Given to HorJu.Uee 01 the Pesos la sad fci e following decorations., that yon may d .tre... toll heat(finks large, baeebin'ftOUlwt and perfeottoealth bMIt &-bfU teams.t>dItloa.IIID.champions ot gymnasium Florida this' ataleUo year Nearlv Saidt a tennis quartet t

., . j' 1 Justlca Dtotrfcta vial L t.s... .B,.. T, Drop me a card and I will cheer, million dollars endowment: expenses moderate; soboUrshlps$ svallabta."ChrUUsn':U s
.. t' .. orders sent. by moil or ] papet4'and nomlaatlooali stands tor. 'r TZ -
and')' .. .1 ForCenatablela and for tha. following. Justice fully furnish estimates, '. .. "iCHARACTER .
Nice Une of .-' vial *. 4 painting i '. t : .t ;
1 41' ; rMfJge jr telegraph} Dlstrlcta. a a. .T. . f { "
, CULTURE ICONDUCNeife ;
1 sat
k R .i In-Test.eay. Wli n itf. I have hereaaM my ,,
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t, it 'aents' Burial.! .../ . *a WBMHMBflB., -+r hand and affixed ta. Ored' Seal of thaCU BE BA MMlon begin October 7.j For catalogues ..dc1..h. ''
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: '- :4 ''Re sidenca West', '' ; qEOR A. EORL ) Prastdanty'S
:.; ..Sitt of k &l'i exat.of Florida a*TaJlahaeeee. Capl.tat '
., this the last( day e/B.._.... AD.1VU ,
I F.'BLACKMAN

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