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: November 6, 1908
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00358
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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';,',k 1'w. Acres, '( ,Qroaad 'Ptidadnlttwo ,' / -- Captain Kate* aa4 Crew 0f Wn ,#::'. .' I oJ 0)/\)\ "

I Republican picket:Sweeps: the Field and, Will : rb : \ ,
: Thousand DoHars;Wertii..., Men Leave oo Board,IfieLaMe ." -, .. ... ',, ..

.. ;., "of VegdaH. /latha /. ... : '. Hare-Good.Wwklug Majority: 'Congress.".s.Theeleatipnorr . 'faI stekpof! a'l IrerJu' T'.1.1: \9

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.1...%w IQph(;port\-of tb.'Metbodl.t- -- : 'uesday- rae-a surprjsd ttf'many7a4nr i wa-:cohfi'dentlybelievedthatthe ';Oor1JrWiaackettand,. 'Mr. W,;| H.; .. = l' I -If- ; ,
this ( P- Botuodo has Ualdwell) .I'O'erII'11eO''eolrl er., '. ,
Church in city sir : Democratic ticket would '""be ..etected."but'the'' 1 retirbed.Sundar ; of ,.;
,k'' ; \ morning the r .. . ...
In ouItlv.iTon'two'acre. oftlsedthat : on steamer .. ..
.: ell I easily 'yield him ,2,000 worth of returpt: show. a(; f illy,60O.OOO more votes were .ca..t.for'. :Tft/'a nd Litlle from their tour of Inspection A .
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. "Vftirtablee annually: "> Sherman than,for Bryan,And Kern;. _ . fIt !"' of lobe .water-route1 from-tbl,,, "totlte -'!" -Ii---- s1 'f.j :

:; ATntll the paet winter! tbla land had .. was expected that New'York would' o Democraticbut: the city Okeechobee, and .both expressed nrhePl&ntbehind theSwoOo ,

f p 'ever beep cultivated being copslder which usually gives 50'OOO,' 'majority- to' that party, went'.J&r Taft, and themselves as hla'h17.1I1eaeed with the ', <. 4 \
-M of little value, as4t.adjoins chi]oy ,work accomplished thus far by the s?
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be no one seethe able to explain\.the'Cabse'unl ss1} it' be.that. Hearst and -
. and thought to dredge.XI..lmm.. 'under command
press :swamp was; ' ": : ( "
,i. -,iubjeoc'to overflow, bit} Mr. Rctundo, Independent\ Party 'drew their 27,000'votee' entirely from the Captain. .,.Will Knight.. / '. ,. r l

!;";' --who;U, 'fca eiperienc d,.L'uekgrower, Democratic'ranks4Maryland.,-wak,'likewise considered ;saf>wf6'for: th" As a result'"of,, their ln>estlgatlon '

.' knew,that It'oould be jnade Into a n odgarden Democrats, but'it went 2.OOO; strong' Into:,, the Republican column asdid they rdered.Captain Knight to 000ttoue fix '.

h ."" that would yield abundantly also.West; Virginia and Ohio. :,both:ot vrrhlchTStates'were, ., regarded work lp Istokpogftcreek untilhe f ter.a ;
After acquiring had thoroughly ele"D 4' it
II y\ Democratic. .. i of.snags .
safely '
;: -possession.; of, ,the, ground,' his .first I as and overhanging.trees, and then to .. ..
Bermuda '' following States gave::{jnajoriUea, to the"ReupblicaniticketTh : take his In -
work was to clear.It of grass boat the river and do such :;. "
a a'nd Weed 'after which, be grubbed It c :California, Connecticut. Delaware' Idaho Indiana; Illinois; Iowa, Kansas work. was necessary to open up thIn "

:tat least eight inches'. 'deep, thoroughly Maine,1:Maryland,' Massachusetts, 'Michigan,';.Minnesota"Mohtana: ,: ; lets'and close' the. dead ..I.en.-tbe i

-pulyertalalr'the' eartlTtetore making New Hampshire, New' Jersey, New-York/'North; Dakota," Ohio, Oregon. object being to afford a greater opporiknltyforwatev C .
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tbebedsy, a.,, then b.41t"dlt.cbe4. a \ to ftow1Dtotbe'ri"Dd ,+ :
fentl'iMd. Pennsylvania Rhode Island,. So thDakota, Utah; Vermont; as mc-- '. .
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well bared and the groiDd'wetl prerent running out the t + .
ton West Virginia, Wisconsin'aod Wyoming. Total electoral votes 509. i
.:; 't dead, rivers and overflowing. the low :

As this'garden wu"1Joked"! upon by And the following.gave a majority of votes to the Democratic' ticket: lands.: When. this 'work is aooom- ,0 S 'V.

Jieny if our citizens Man experiment, Alabama 'Arkansas, Colorado:' Florida Georgia Kentucky,, Louisiana i pushed It will: go far towards preventing ;! ..; <
'Mr. Rotundo'e progress! was carefully, I I'Mlssl8sippi, Missouri Nebraska Nevada;, North Carolina Oklahoma; a recurrence of the conditions ore- .. \ _
-watched, and many-wens the sUrprlses votes tailing the past summer and when ''.#'
'':when his celery and lettuce beds sprung South Carolina Tennessee. Texas' and. Virginia.. Total electoral locks are placed 'lathe c"Dal.aod_ _, .. -' s -- ,I ....

into life Almost within '> night.. Let, 174.. r river we Twill guaranteed against # I ,

r luce maturing: much the quickest, was :The: State tickets.were elected by practically! Ihe same majoritiesas low water preventing the,free.passageof
yield the National tickets, with,the exception of Ohio West.Virginia and boats.' .1 _. ._',
: While the engineers, were not In a '1 1f
Minnesota.'tiose States electing Democratic Governors. .
.izo beads.. There lsabOut_ pne:half 'I'1o express an opinion as'towhat .-
The next House of.Representatives will have fully'as Re-
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:ajcreof celery "already transplanted action Congress would take in .' '

., :findas such'more 'ground will be used publicans as the last and possibly a few more. be matter of making'an appropriation .... -if "!' -
-:* the aame-vegetable- .OOD';"* the I For the first time in years the' National ;arid':State Democratic:: fop lock:;:still. they were;perfectly tree .;j. = ; '.-

f : 1'turnips uo Is outs. the'way. Onions and:' Nebraska were successful,. .nd Kentucky: atne back again to state that something .,ubet."Dtal.hould .

are proving 'lust as abundant I 1 into her former place the same Column. I. be done 'aa this was the only -. , .. .
." /.crop; in fact-everything' planted to watercourse' in middle Florid.. 'that .'
The Democratic State ticket in Florida given the usual :
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a 1 the'garden is doing better. than the I reached to the Gulf and If put in J'rt' t.' .A
eto.tOpefmutio'dered. hope.TTbls but sufficient returns are net yet. in to show whether the constitution I proper condition would be the meansof .. .i "

4', ?' r.: ground will be. made to yield at amendments-were, : carried. .:,-- or: lost, \: 1 .opening, up and making prosperous I --. :, ;! .:-

,1 set four crops of .vegetables. year.Vlrst a vast. area of country that Is 'now ..., '
,'lettuce will be planted and a a used only as a cattle range." .r '
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soon as that Is out,, 9* be war celerY i. MUSIC FOR KISSIIPLEE K The recommendation of 'these iben .... 4 4. : .,.>

"n'UnxTpunn'thfrsaroe' ; bed-whichwlU' backed by the request of the Board of .. .
'41 I .cut-in March"when -Irish; potatoes Trade; will, great weight la ..- =. .-'. \, \ ,-., ',I'1":1' ,. ,.

, as 'soon as they curing ,and = 9 - .. '---'
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of Over Piece Organized oeearapproprt..t.lou .. ; ::
A Brass Twenty !
aV dug beans will take their place ... I as we feel,the engineers will make y 1- ,.' : .-
b1JItkfrT; ripen In time to give waythe.'next ,and Instruments Are Ordered. strong.plea for, a most. liberal amountto .

lettuce. crop. Jp that way put our cabala and river In a prop = '':''':-'
ground will be"ao..Il1ro-. ,".
safe inassuming
e I er condition we are perfectly "
;4 ntf/ truck thajl Is always salable. KlsslOimee la at fast. to hare a banda some of the best musicians 'in tb.e' that'before twelve 'months i afu'a

Mr.Hotundo claims Me will\ produce' I. thing that has long bean: nrsded, State are'members' of this. 'organization have 'g'one by the waterswill, beheld : '" Y. l "'..

I ,i" least $ ,OOO worth of truck a year I and the ibeence'8i' which has been the It U safe to say that there:will in check by Bubet..oUallock.. '" I I "
\1,0. bit two -acres. and tat. the total' occasion! for comment on the par$ of 'be none better Florida 1n a ,....'. Captain-Wilt Knight,commander of .:t v.-;: u. .' "-, ,
Including his own'labor'will; not! every stranger who visits the town.arasponse .. time. If these people are willingJo*' the dredge KUfi&mee? has been engagedTTn YS ; ;.:JV, ;,.4.i .;;, . ., .

,__ geed$50
,, p ofl; of 'lmuc more, than the; in the Valley Gazette lait week about the building up and; amusement t..of twenty'veaM,,and Is one .- i iI;!'. ..,Y"j. l" j .i '
a ere business man clears Jn a';year,i twenty-five local musicians met at The Iaa immee.,it is as little as. the citizens of the best'men In bU'line in the serv .. .. ., ,;.' _..A.:.'.: '...'.........\........ ...,.,, "' '. ,, ..'j ,, ,l ,
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aQ investment of 110,000"and Inn and do monet ; . : " .'" ," ; ,
o 1 on Friday night organized can; ,to contribute to ice'of the goverament.! ,W'e call rest asureu - 'r 't: fJ'! ; .
Uto looks of garden"we think he ) : = :.!; 'I .,.. .\\t' ," '! "
his of Orlando "
brass band. Professor Newell, nay for the fhstruuienu-that been that our work entrusted to him .
;.. II., estimated his profits very' low. < of the best. known band ordered. The ; "\U i .1.1IIH'.j"l'I; !!: ;: t'iil" '''''', -i\C"\: .' 2 1tl'-j"\k.: ; I. \0 '::.''r-.. rr 1/ ,
one honor of namingthe; will be well and ' done; e.- .' :, ,..i&W.jf! .""'i .1it, 1', {'.\ ''tt., {'! 'iv... ..,. "
: iTbere is .abundance of leaders In Florida, was present by -Invitation .band is well worth 4300 and it Is said peclally'lf he' is allowed id use his own ; '\ "" "Ii-l;. : >. rl' ;.) : "1; :. jh,0. \ ;.' ",, .<. ." ,," _"
x'117' and around Klsslmmee that pan be and assisted id the organization several of \ ,
.w, our citizens would ..gladly discretion In the matter.: The Captain '' = -' ' ;:. .
pittro ased at a very low price, and It' ,'and to'him Is' due much' of the give that amount<<; "if he. band bore left Tuesday morning ot the steamer = ) ( ,,0,

4:, .ls a'wood81'J.h..t'mo're oflt.Ucofuiedfofc ; success. ur jn aid ng' the"organizationperfect thalr-(tamerbut that;Vjodestypretenlff : Ullle forhli dredgerpsrl-ylng, the following E'' "" .. \,'- ---" - -li1!
truck_ gardening,"ai there is"none I their naming U after themselves. crew:. ''D. N. Bi 'atton', mate; ,.. .

e ''ti' for that ,purpose In the. State. I The new organization absorbs the :James 'Brat.wI.od\ James taughtry, = t f '

N stoat Mr<. Rotundo has brought, band form rll.c organized in' this city. TUf.[ LVIJILELECiION. bo.tlmeDj; :Joe Butler;. \yl\)\ y..t.ea.od di'I' ?: *,- .' , .i'

hi Jfarden'to such ft high state of perlion under the leadership of Re,... Nuttingand ? Albert Hasleleaf, dredge'' bands;;Jtm, i,'M' YOU,can secure aV ourstore, ''.'' ": .1' 'j ,"-i ,<1:

f It is probable.Lhattnany.more'engage ..110: the Klsslmmee Prchestra. ' -; .' Davis. ; cook.>, <,:. . \.... .- SDecja(if ,;i'kband '! i '; .M..t
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In the business, it 1s'inly ..
; ,as Officers elected are: President Very little Interest Manifested and A?; ;v. : .ri.1 | I .v. .r. .;.., .; .,".".
ce a eats)investment:, for one to :J. Wf Prentls; "secretary, :J. E/Over-:; ., 'y Dr.: Breaker Hurt:. '- I Schwab: 's' $20 Better :I : '
s ',pl his money in.y/, always street;' trea.urer.;E.,A;; NiemeyerJ;';;' .UghtVote" .Polled. ' R evenels.S' O.., Cct.i 27r-Ye" aterdaatternooa.Dr Ii'* --... -.,.---,-''-''- ,Geiga" lta'iwtttr."; __. :? " ..'.-. '
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s : dr sale for garden truck/and Mr, 'ITheroskt'o .,the new1' band;, is ,ass '; ill! \ '
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l nd'o.states. that* he .,has orders: follq"r ;, ; '-. ',The" electlqp'returbs-for: r.)Jils" county.have ;"track Breaker: passing by :; :, .prick.J'; jabots! ,, on. the'sleeve"The ;: ; .=.1:: < ,..: r
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raUroad where'some
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en hto justify- him putting In-at 'Cornets,' MI._' Ruby, Elllsv Mae bot yet been c_ntassed'aed, 'we were at:,work' removlc.g'. ;some braces .... a, Specials known alll .. !I ;
'Ie V; tWeot, acres. Only this week Graves '.HuddlestbnrBlanche. are unable, to.''give' any: figures I this. had er1-meHca=therearencie : .nm
,: M..r\8-\ that been patron. ..during'repairsJust a' .j .. , ;r :-
;tb was 'a.'eD'lema&fo''t.h.: ; lh Id Lancaster','M ri.fX ZM:Bandy,Mrs.S.; H.Bullock. .. 'week.' The county.candidates.,bad nopppositiouind ; finished'when an'8-pound'spike. 'I* s : ;
h of'.heads; )lettuce for a" firm inMtfaeapolis .:J.W.SlmPl as'' usual, the demo.firatajaanlfested I '\> ett.tat, .the price-they. ,,;:
oo'Alber-U'.rblj -1 ) <
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hammer dew '
off the handlend bit ,, r. (
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,>nd', be stated t.batt.hll: I altos, MrsI: Pllley,, Mrs.'W.,,B..:John- : very little] interest;, him on the bead, knocking' him down - =" ,beau double. guarantee, covering .'I. "'\ .f I
the bob he had found thatd less .
w grden considerably than half "
Verne the fullvote '
; 1oI.Wa41e, Parker and '
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.. supply it,'and t.b..I' r .CO- ; EUI.r"'Don.J&ee.nJ George Gilbert of the county being pblled..The. serious wound' In' falling his /bandcame '. '- ."". ., .

?''t 1 ;' ch figure' at and FW.Stalker, ; baritones,:!. republicans and 'populists' took adrvantage ID'contact with the: jagged ends 'I ; .you ,cannot obtain ::, ,_/ :....t-, ,

'p --'*'-well' C.: .Arenburg__and' Albert.Bearden; of.the apathy 00 the 'part of of some shattered pieces of timber'and 'In5 other-"garments.: We'urge":, ---- ,i" .
Itjls 4 ; worth'thyllweto'visitthis clarionets. Ml.'Jesna: Gardner and .the democrats. and polled: ttfelr ,fnlstreagth < : : j tl"iI1 -,
was" badly hurt.The this
>1."rdeD. as it will certainly; coo. I with the fult ;, .Doctor says tucailsoonandsedthesd. "+ .
if that you r' :
Jno IKOverstreet trombones, : R. reported S
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morning that he had,De" considered \
J1 pne.ot: ,'tb. truthfulness of the Overstreet and J.,\'H.-'' Woodall; bass one or, two outlring precincts/ were. . '.reiT''deslrabl, -
\ '" \ himself; "hard-headed, .but he ,has ; "
:>rta D' tblat this Is the most favored II IIjI Z.'w. Prentlsj'snare;; : drum,. Mrs., ';J. -ried".lo.t ths 'national1. demo-: I. ; '
that'ft head could stand tJ.
that they'fe"going Yah
,, t .lnaU the. south for, the, &'I'OWI W..Preotl. .bass ,.drum, E.f'A. '.N a emeyer. crat-lo ticket.- _[_ -. ,I .' < fast. ., : ; ,
'" ( such a blow without tnore serious, injury '
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vegetables. ;
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> ,v(.Iv c -! must be ,' ..... othervaluei'too''; .. ; in, Schwab, .
prettybardPrairie --" "
r 7 Nd'veibeen, -given the Ad. $In Valley.Gazette Causes Sate ,I : r"l.. .
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$50. .
I I 't i.' $10 to ,:
>v 'SHAMR( ,ULUE. f. ARRIVE, : I organization,''this'')matter' being :left ,J.: Mt.WatilO ;,ir.,. tits:;"rea1'shat1ageptjhaealwanbeea..trong, 'Pebble.PtopfBnrnci.TQartow . .9/ties; . ., '_ r'" 01"1'". :'. 't.+'/1'(' .. 0(
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1 : later:date was:unaniosonsly _., ,_.. ..,.... --- .' .p. -" '-Ii tt;;;
pntins "
open ; It believer *- ,
:,, ';!'A c \ .:......'"' decided that theprivilege of advertising; and 'has demonstrated \t' 'trot. ,2.r-Flre]? "yesterdaydestroyed ,' ; COQ' ,' '- .' ...t. I
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;i. ; i'mss.a; Full largo of Grapefruit, naming the band shall be awarded' theperson hi. faith-by keeping constant the'm1l1 building;dry bin, ,.. -i---o-; ' :".'....... .j', .;.1' 4 i'.o .. S .
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OfDoes and' Of :the h --' ". "' ''''' -- ,, ,! ,
: ; or making<< ..... 'Bis three-.residence*:: ? ; ; .
tb. ly It.- .
..... :... 'and Oranjes. arm -J..I'''''doe recent"experienoe; however Prairie n f _,_ ," "
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PebbI I.Pbosphat ; ;.4
..;. l -.. h'''; .. nation to the band fund'when -wakedupon has more:thoroughly oonvinced ', ,'r x..4.1&"" r'S. \' :- "j TYO'
.. .... during the "next few. days' acommitteeappointed him than'eyer' that the to sell PrairieAVbblenear hero:: :The"lossla : ; :;' / Il, I ". ,: ." , .,>
v' *' ray i '.1'," '" .. .II', ,: ,"
I estimated aC about tZOd.OOO of which 'AI , I, :. "
e'itesmer"Lilly (Ciptiu' Clay for that p.u.o.. .. things is &o',adverti I e U1ec 1 sod that .IT .-l '1" "
Members considerable the place to. sdverti.ea about,, tlOO.OOO 'covered by ,Insuranoe. ; " ". ";" 1'1'r' : .
):agfjvedjM burdock at are going to In the Valley : !' .J.t ,"t. '-; ;"+ -- '
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,Tbe ; ; ,:
power pl..abac war a
X '.$.3$ Sundaylnorolng havlfig on board epeaWhalvidmtly1e getting up this Olr.' --_Twoneeks.& ; . . . '
'ilttle-tHstanee-froni the' -mill-buildlagr '. \ ,,\ > .,. ,., .
"t Gn..J 'r 'r,, ,;,'i '/ ;" ,
government engineer,,' who of money to keep It going, aa the band Oils paperr notwithstanding; the escaped: 'Tats commonly known as- --y. ,,. "v .:,, ,, ri r r "; - I .

.;r *bad. ben on,a,tour of. Inspection''preparatory as'an organization. :desires to own all stringency of the tlmee. he has already llopeph.'BDlI''plaD&: ands one,of 'thebest "', , : 1 4

!., .,to putting; the dredgeboat to, side Instruments' ,' that'!lsj;the. ,instruments m.ade two good! aales, both of which heattrlbfltesdlrectlytohls j.. equipped In and the most expesflreplants ' ..coMB., .AND'I'SEi!:'. ..
the entire district.ILwIU11kelv4cebui1I.a.qukk1v ,
1-I ..or\o) nlngout the rlvernd(. Inlets that ,cannot be\,used except in ; adverilsetgenE.. .. ; ,. .,, .... , >4 ;, .... -.. _. .. . .. ".
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!+ ; jO Iseekes.i It also brought.Captain LeDUaCtlo0.fitkrLLhebaDd.Thlys, ""1t J:' "., r- .:..tI" :')
l :; be n .
1.TIle aa material I.can put on the ground. .
Caroival. '' '
", will. Knight,commander.of the dredge pent Individuals. and organizationsjooontributellTser : I J: ; ;'. ,'.
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': g! dmme.'whO' came to olstL'a-crw( : Uy% : "-*--: Vf::;, ''The carnival ,held 'lit .Jacksonylllelast : Jesse:. WWt.;!. >>egl"O,' section. hand . \ I +,-,1

.,r ':'th4eentlemanwttbpful; : 'Complement "Prof Newell of ,Orlandobat, : been week was .mo.. graUfvlng. success 'on the Orange [Belt railroadkilled .\J-p.: -

," (of ;,men.I returning ;.aboardthe. .same ...employed to come her.once-.week: ;In n.rr.peot reflected Secttoft:, ..ForemanWi: Hs Bommactl LY.I DANNI ....'

., ateftmor on Tuesday."*' > and'givd . instructionsHe"will'also great+ oral. on' .its'''oro not. n. "'Thecity near raola Sunday night..., by chopping - .-. ,,, ;' ; : ..

?!' .Th.Liillle'.brought a barge-;;load of760 take onuside.pupilson, -,either; brass, ... .oronged with'vlslujrs from him' in the bead with ..D'6J:..'The '--... : .Jt.u '" '
"- :boxs* of grapefruit and Ibrangea) reed or.string' lnsiruwspts. ,and such every' section of. the'.State, aft thoroughly motive for\he crime'was robbery the ::1'

., ..e'.a small,. cargo of general pupils 'should' call\on\, Mr. ':J.. W." Imbued with the carnival.ptritand dead'man's poekete. haviog( been rifled* ",.yA .. : /' :N"+

1 ".= prodaocaptain Johnson ref Prentlss" ;.; # bent on having a"irood. time. The and his watch and some money taken';, t, 1'O/ TFTr.TER.. .' -
;_ .tha water batow'se: fairlpgo' The .1'Mo., generally.shoulo gtyeUberally Midway attractions'were. :numerous, The negro'made good his, escape and l'd. f:& \< '

i't; ". and ..>. be hiaka the boat will, bebW ; .towards.:,thle enterprise, asa clean and ip-to.d&t.e, while tbe.big Is'still at large.. The A.'C.L. R,. au- i" ,. \ .. .:
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'.Ii( ,;:.OF ;WARSHIPS! : 4' i5 UTZNE1S1U" -to., I I.ALL .;GERMANY AMAZED 'tOlDDIHlVS- _M3HTSUI BIDIMi.I' BOSINESSJITHE; :SOUTHIipproringlPeopta : I W. k :

'4 'to ?.fps. "UHIan. .MI, Stvrns'of Portland I 1 ' .'A. ... . .mnt'Mad* by l'r.siduit Barrett ., : .n. 1rs1oue $ .. Theredaii
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I Newport; Coaferer Subsanb': \ I unanimously reelected At Autocratic Manner bi'\Vhich. the Farmers UnienT :,, ; \. )PemntmF,28.|he Day. : .'
;. .president ") of the iNaUonal New Orleans La-:- -jtisht riders auU < Taking Hop ;
5-Tbe presidenthas"
atod Capt. Key&CIaigea.J Woman's Christian Temperanca 4. the Kaiser'Acts their depredations will be taken Pat filL! View Future. 'Washington D.
4 t'ulon.' at the annual convention 'of the meeting of (he-National Farm ; \ ... ,Issued the annual Thanksgiving \"

that organisation neld .In Denver,' Col. ers' Union in New. Oi-leans.' .November n. In which b pointed out, t :

SECRETS ARTMADE PUBLIC Other officers elected were a* fol. YON!!!! BUEO1'S'RESIGNATIONflsfusisdCbsnc.lloy\ i, 11 and 12 JOBBING RESTRICTED the-.steady.prlamat growth, of the nation3 Inrtrehgth .

: ,10*at Vice presldent-aHarge, Mis/ .. The price of cottonmust go-up, TROE, wealthantt,*
_ .. I cay President C., S. Barrett of thouiJon worldly power; ;
Anna A. Got Illinois '
don.; re-elwcted
; and bat average"or .
In t
statement As.soclated
the your
jCoaff renceJ>cid* ,
PTTarKs: ;, Wesf 'Vlrahiri.L1ec.2cffiil': : :: Iew4ng aInt.ri4.wiWhlh-I.-: J -tluriatod j .
Could the ; -
Be Remsdiml: In : lhe". InsmuuatiouthatiJic; ; |i . : higher lhan that-'of' yotheventI74'in
North Pakou SUM) iec'reazyMr.( .. Elizabeth Preston Five Nation' *! manner tenum niince. the' deeds af-1 -. thd '0tb. -S the world For thishedeClares.Americans , .r '

Acderson North Cagota.. De-elected; .. .. "I, night ,*'tderwhich may seek-.hleioi --.- owe It to theJUmlghty t
treasurer.'Mrs. H. 'J!. Umchlnson.. Kansas Berlin, .Germany..-Chancellor ..ou'Duelow' themselves* upder "our lIame./ I I// w. ; show 'equal progress in moral. -' '
Washington. D.' C.-In vlew-of the, ;; general branch secretary, Atin* position, appea-s" to be- almost The National Farmers'' 'Union uttenly Waahffl ,,1 ( _president .ID. spiritual things. '

Ordr4f thesecreteryot war revotCTnff Khena K.'U.. Moahcr, New xork\ re- untenable.; Far and wide through- condemns such scoundrellem' ail 1. Soulh.r 1.lwa1' companywho The' proclamation:.follows;- S ,

the prohibition he, recently placed eJected;, Loyal Temperance League oat the empire the 'newspapers all thd so-called night, riding.". 'say* MrJ :has;; trDed "Washington By the president the United 8tatel

against officers who attended the New. branch. Miss\ Margaut" VVlntrlnger, .Illinois parties discus -with"varying .degrees Hak rett further "The union has an from an Inspection trip, of two week of America-Proclamation: -

4 .,port conference from discussing Itis reelbdted.l'me.Ident mockery"' amazement and regret the i economic fighjt to'lm'age but it mutt be over_ the line of the :" "Once again the season Is at band --,

actIon an officer who was prominently. Roosevelt celebrated'bl.. government's explanation of how what' done lit the open and jwithtri'tbe" law evidences of system In found when according to the ancient, ,, ous-f- , ,
Identified with the entire :ispceedlngaof ; fiftieth birthday on October 27. in the put'ported to be enormously' important Should any of our members be' discovered conditions ImproeQent. torn of our people, becomes the duty

tho- conference has staled that it' mduit( .oC a political/, : campaign wbicu! utterance of the emperor, affecting a* night rider., we would be I on the ''ott ; & disposition ef the president I appoint a o .'
part business men day
p Jaad\ substantiated. (the' Icllar-ce..ot' he Is directing "wltli' all the force of three great' powers passed through: the first to turn them over to tbu throughout the south '' -prayer and of thanksgiving to .
; fect pointed' ,out In rOommaDelel'1( his utrenuous nature. He was born at i the bands of. the chancellor and a law", We will' deal with this at our: ful view* of to take a hope "Year by year' this nation grow iil) ,
.'letter" en-that -/subject/' ..with.JL if *:..Twentietb.t-eet---New---'Yor..(' longlln'-ofiforeienotBcerswithout forthcoming--moetlng-at:-New'-Orleans, ,the Information the,,tutur.. Speaking. _01_ 'strength? and. worldly 'power: Dg ,

I.w1wnor exception. This office has City on October ,27. 111611. The old<< seemingly having been \\\consldered .by which, however. is primarily for the his trip. Mr. said had cath"t on the century an4 a Quater' ha rr. ':.
been foremost. in his denunciation of bouke still standtt, and U usually tn<> any of them or read by ][most of those 'Purpose "or devising way and mean j .Finley ; elapsed ,'since our entry Into the 'circle
I naval defects, I scene of some kind of celebration: 'ton I reiipoiielble for the. delicate, foreign; for getting' a, better price .for our southern"Prlcs, for ply ,ron are ,firmer, of Independent peoples we have .
1'1 furnacea
be a rule
The conference decided, stated i -
his /
aniilvertary. The president itilatlons. I _ .- ., old -- grown and prospered 11 :
UD to the end of
that few of' these defects could th.lrroduct'.
very crosses the half century nark all! In addition to the ...t .-omclat accounts "The Proo-re.slvw-Union 'and_ comm the things 'to a degree never ,
.tie remedied In the North..:Dakota and . J Dlaware, -which +o-it er'-cent ed that the handed the have assured would to / ron warrant the ex
an endeavor to establish-his can- emperor ruuini- us they rally Tha thirteen \ which"
tbafrOrders co\ole.
completed, but suggested that If practicable the Interview which the 'the of the pctatlon. will,soon be
lenuou. that all persons connected script of appeared support ot growers business ftragpled along the scocoast of the -
-, additional case armor of about with the nlgbfrldets' association aiulospoiivlble lu the London Dally Telegraph, and staple and New Orleans has been year, . ; during, the coming 'Atlantic end"were hemmed in but a, .

1OO tons be -placed around the smoke lor -aVajj. iiiuue uy alai the authorship of which IB still undisclosed cbqsen for the place of ,meeting .on Lumber ,Is than few miles of tidewater by the Indian-
more active for "
'pipe and up-taken to pitted; them member of the orgaulzatioo Hourylieuuett to Baron von JeMscb. this account and..because of It. Importance months haunted wilderness have been transformed *.TJ '
..I against splinters. The armor now being of Louisville Ky., has tiled a The chancellor 'described the note ,as a cotton rJIark.t.V.: ex-. true of the grades rist. specially is this ,. Into the mightiest republic ,

; ,.ff\e Inches., the additional armor suit for $100,000 damage In the Unit. from von Jenlsch which accompanied pccf a large attendance of delegates, The present tblppe la which the world has ever seen Its

would Increase.the.,protectipn Jo eight ed States circuit court. The ylln the manuscript. a*_ referring to the representing- 2,000,000 member ed by Increased, wi be domains stretch. across the continentfrom .'&
Inches. They recommenced; that It lit on February 4,* was let upou ' enclosure as an article, sot as an In- ,In' every state In the cotton belt.". requiremnt. fromrailways'pr1rc1pIly one to the other of thetwo' -"
practicable an additional lire control tenlbl; beaten with, clubs and 'thorn- tervfew. so that the chancellor did not for cr repairs, greatest oceans, and It exercise -"
as some of the dn
'. mast be nla M>d forward of the smoke his CHINAMAN HAD TWO WIVESWesEorced.jajn&Qn.Wjfeack. railways 'contract.Ilg
ed switcbe baudu1nIght1derc.. consider it necessary to give It the arctic and
; by a with minion alike In ,
.or i: ,11100'frolll companies for
) I' the sQn3eof
stacks that case (0'1'
.. attention. 'The
personal manuscript
the andpopuat4enhesemwpaa.ed
- At am1meb1t.iAlnqlerrapdtobacco heavier realms The giowth. In wealth .
,, .;thiriiruL obscured by smoke a 1 factory and other IlI.r"lIud 'c7>nsi8iedT>r a inrmb
4;' clear view could be secured from the valuable buildings were',destrojed by .betts. the handwriting being difficult . I to Chln..\ of"Ono reviving onBe Industrial'most encouraging signs growth In territory Nowhere.else' In' '

-4 other position. . tho night 'rider. \ to decipher, and tbe) chancellor San Francisco Cal. -when Robert \increasing activity is the the world .la the average of Individual 'j
movement of
The 'c conference also hesitated abqut referred: It to Herr von Mueller/ the Hutong Bosnian the Hong Kong mil steam coal to comfort and material .
Prince Henry of Prussia, brother of centers ''The'.unu8baU wellJelr .
making-extensive1 changes In the piano ndu.trla1 '
minister The who act.
at Hague was llonalre, arrived frooi China ou the 1n .
,ot tbe,Florida and Utah. a. the plansor Emperor William made an ascension ,Warm weather of the present fall I Is high' 8 0\1 fortunae
d the chancellor's secYe.tary. .
Ing as private laws '
>thoso vessels required five or six In the reconstructed airship of Count sleaatthlp Korea he defied the retarding the movement domestic "For the very reason Ihat In material -
4 of the United States which distinctly ., have thus abounded .
Zeppelin A great crowd witnessedthe I coal. well-being we
month for their preparation and finy .start of the night; 'Ihe latter, In his turn, and without provide' that this country Is no place I The' (' is we owe1 It to the Almighty to show ,,
t change that- would Involve a change crop early and the
examining the document sent it to for who believes In pol ton
any person >< equal In moral aim spiritual
(4' of weight to aRT considerable extent Deprived of his honeymoon clothing fibre is moving to market in larger pro.rl'n
the foreign offices, where, in the absence -
gamy with
4 ,would require reconstruction of the and rigged out In the uniform of a Schoen the I volume than at this time last year al things. With a nation, a the individuals
of Herr ,
von escre- Bosnian not only publicly!, proclaimed who up a nation, material .
4 plans. musician of the united' States navy tnry for foreign affairs, it wall read himself to b.. a polygaimlstr but though 8 a result of the stagnation.which well.being makeup an Indispensable '
tho two aft turrets In which he first in has prevailed( In the .
A* now designed met and fell low: by subordinate officials who did not emphasized the fact twuvles colon avails '
.by bringing foundation nut the foundation
the Florida and Utah. with Miss Ada Gormanrdaughter Of goods market prices are lower
on type are '
attach to its contents and with ,
Importance him The Jocal board denied nothing Itself That life Is waster
A'on the the late Pue Gormen, year ago. The demand for by
same level and It was proposed Senator Arthur the channels n colon '
returned through proper him a landing4and he threatened waster which Is
and spentin
4 '&, If practicable t,- raise the second turret Charles J. Magnes dubbed by his without further examination until' to appeal to Secretary Taft. whom he seed products, Is good .and they ammoving woreo hal heap, those '
from aft as to allow It to fire companions "Millionaire Musician." freely. plng. upon
4D so as .
of the imperial '
tiansmltted( by one claimed as a personal friend, and whO! minister merely to the :
... over the aft turret. This Is proposed Is chafing In the brig of the receiving secretaries of England where, as theTagllcbe lad partaken of Bosnian's hospitality "Tho domestic market for cotton of the to the "
pleasure body and power :
because In the event of the aft turret ship Lancaster at the Philadelphia goods shows Indications of.
I Rundschau. one of the newspapeis -' In Hong Kong:' Wires were pulled andommlsalonpr gra.ualIlprovement that rests only-wn I material -
*" disabled desertloiff the w..slh. Upon
aa now designed being in cer- aawy yard charged with that Is read In court. aristocratic ; North allowed him to Owing to 1 must

4 r lain positions the firing from the' nee While plowing, Jasper Welch a and military circles describes It land, accompanied by his two wives gallons of largo stocks and to. other be rained wel1.belng the structure a a of the lofty r'l,
4 ond :turret would be limited. The I farmer of Sergent; Ky., unearthed Into the world, infuriating their cause afreotlng that market, there Is 1lfe
"emerged gaily Margaret and Clare, and., two of the ni 1>lrlt If this nation, Is
;- weight so added to the second turret 1 ot whichre at present little demand for cottongoods prop .
$1800 i In sjlvgr coin, some the French. Russians, Dutch c ldcn.! 1 -rrly to fulfill meat mission
z aft could be counter-balanced by !Fire Tfeclmen*. The. place was and Japanese, chilling the British, exciting Later word came to Commissioner] In northern China. Aside from accomplish I.that we so .
I the \\ this, the export demand Is fairly good, ardent
middle "
lowering -turret. .i.
1 \ > once occupied by A miser. bitterness and nervous Irrlta 'North to allow DOlman and /la portion hope to desire. The things ;
,\ji.< On the Important subject 01w atouillt' Nearly a hundred cottages of Salisbury lion on the part of our own people of his family to remain for elk months and north those mills Interested in the. body are good, the thlnvs of the Intellect '
to be the of the China trade are looking forwaid
e type -jjextv Mass,.-a seaside resort were ,destroyed and undermining our neighbors' belief l He was to give a bond of $500 sales better: but best of all are the 1' ,
battleships to be designed the klnd:.,:pfbattery by pre The loss I iw4lOO.OO. In ou reliability.LondcH .-- that they, would return tim ..i (cr that hopefully market to, a renewal of things of the soul; for In the nation' ..
and theirarmor
they carry Union county, South Carolina again -._ -The expiring flame of sensatlon The dispatch also instructed that one ."Grain traffic Into the as In the thdiyjduaLin-1hs-ioeg---ruR -

,,made .a:(the decision.CpKSETS conference. ha. not yet voted, for prohibition by a three hundred parted by the Dally Telegritih' of the wives must return to the Orient -.p.cially'--eomn-i.--. -" biilj4ua Juth-, -If rs "character that counts Let n*. ,

>to maJority"out of one thousandfive 1 published Interview with Em- immediately. rBosmanselected' in part to the relatively high price of therefore as a people Ret our face -'

CqMME\DEDlf DOCTOR. hundred votes cast. Curing the i peror William has beei' fanned .to the ,younger one and Margaret wife corn and the low price of and resolutely 'against evil; and with .
fiercer- heat -than ever b7 the announcement :' o. 1 back to Hong Kong. Wife colon broad with klndlln&s* and
__ pats three "ear.QU ,ohlbIUOD-t.h.) arrests goes! In part .to the fact that at .. Iharly.
" 4 - of Chancellor von Buo.low' No. 2 is to remain. It is true that all but with
Women Are Told That Their Torso for drunkenness have decreased of'the tjie south Is consuming III good ] .men. unflinching
\ t Muscles Need Suppert. fifty per cent and property valuationin resignationand .the emperor' she according to tho laws of the own grain."Merchandise year. determination, to smile down ,
t the county Is said to have Increased refustto.acce t It.WItbT United States, Is not a wife, but she stocks which had wronl strive Vlth all the "-
'Los Angeles. Cal.-Dr. L. E. Land. $2,000,000. even the pro-German; radical is permitted remain and pose as : given tis for str.n& .,'
been permitted to run low during the
.one, whose plan to Improve the hu."all' papers) emphasilng the Impossibility of such Under the laws of California. public and private life. '
TIe result of the recent election In business depression, are being replenished -
i race by- .applying Luther Bur- a British entente with a "per uaI. autocracy" 'she Is liable/ to arrest Now, therefore I.. Theodore Roosevelt 'i'
Canada LaurllerLib- .
-4 of children shows that the conservatively. Retail trade .n'
banks theories In the training "Bismarckisntradition
Imbued with -
eral hats been .sustained the cities is but a result of president of ttirt ynlted State .
by selection has brpught consld ) government ," It le plain that ATiglo-Ger SOCIETY. OF EQUITY FORMED.Representatives O do apart Thursday the 26th day
with of with the low and of disposition let
.a majority fifty seven price n a
.4 erable attention .from the scientific col
will be renewed more
manfriction of November of ..1thnnkplv"tl
an a day
elections Vet to be'.held. AU the mln- on the part retailers to buy
the- .
world commend: modern cors t.'fA4dre..lns fiercely than ever In cons quence of From a Number and prayer and on'that -'
x { the members 01 the 'Hun lateres were re-elected while sevn the latest developments in Berlin. States Were Present cautiously for the present, jobbing the peopl of the opposition's chief lieutenantswere trade Is still somewhat restricted. r"oDm D.IJat -
k dred Year Club the leading woman'sorganization Indianapolis, Ind.-The Farmers'SCfclety raise from theit.tially worK and la ,
: of fcba Angeles he said:' beaten. LITTLE' COTTON: Ii FIELDS. Of Equity wasorganized" here "While some lines of business han their homes or In their

t4 "Corsets,. the sort .worn today. are Charged with conducting the most at a convention_ .of representatives e of not yet shown as much Improvementas I devoutly to thank the Almicbty for 1(:
good for the reason. that .the torso extensive matrimonial agency/ swindle Picayune Report Says All.Will- B. a numoer-oi states, ine constitution might be wished, I believe that the'many great blenslnn ,they :

muscles have been weakened for generations ever unearthed in Plftsburg..James U Ginned by November 15.. '.. ot the Boclety'emb04le. practically.all conditions generally are d.cledlY' bet received ald'In the-nast7 and to pray.
until, now the average female -' Leclalr and Miss Lena Miller are prisoner New; Orleans La.-The Picayune of the, basic, principle of the American tel than at any time : Ihat they may-be ghn -strength

,, form will not stand .without : at Plttiburg P., More than two lays: Very little cotton remain In Society of Equity. Ice only chang nlng of the business depression a year lo order their lives asto deserve e j.av. j.:

1,, them., -- thousand letters. from men and women tbo field and It is said that all will es. being some few of minor Import.. ago:and that we have reason to look continuation of these In, .. } ;

In the time of Queen Elizabeth" were confiscated and the police have been picked and ginned by November '' ance that will remedy defect., the forward to a gradual r.tur to.a higher future.. bles.ln&1. .

_ .COntinued Landone. "they. wore steel say close! to five thousand from every 15. The damage from the principal change being that all delegates .,level, of prosperity, ..,.._,. '"In .witness.-whereof. t havebere6ato - .
'corsets tightly buckled in back and state in the union paid a dollar after boll weevil 'In some sections Is reflected ., to, the society must to.produc *" .BY-LAWS OF NIGHT EIDERS. 'et.ray .band and caused the seal f .71'

,front They' were Instruments of torture. being promised to be Introduced and In the short.yield, many ofthe, Red ing farmer. The following officer* 'of the States to b 'affixed., ,
.. From, them are evolved the wedded to an affinity river lands producing only a bale to were elected: Unite city of ,

4 comfortable corsets of .)4a1'. I doubt The Statue' of Liberty which 'fUumlnstes six: : acres. 'Those planters who have J. A. Averitt of Indianapolis, president Have Besn Placed In Hands of Special. this Slat day th4 of October. 'W..hlnAon.

,I .U the torso 'muscle" o( women could New York harbor irnd welcomes decided to cultivate' cotton anonther ; W E. Grelllck of 'Travlc City. Grand Jury. of our' 190. and of the i

_ supported\ In:their,weakened condition the immigrants who seek the years are adopting heroic measures In Michigan, vice president; J. C. Rous Union City, Tenn.-The constitutionand dente Lor United Wales/ Indepn". '.,
'r after a generation of corset-wear- lands of the free. was twenty years an effort to allay the ravages bf thepest Indianapolis, treasurer 'The director by-laws of the night riders have hundred sad thirtythird."THEODORE "

lag. except for semi.artificial t rop." old October 28* The- gigantic youngwoman.4tor ",' These precautions Include the are: N. M. Asbby ot Sebree Ky.1. .; been placed In the hands of the. grand ROOSEVELT .,"

- Liberty lie always yotrogI early burning of all stalk In the X Myers of Ramsey. N..J. ; I. B. Jury. -
CHECK( TBEASUIII BOOn _I I. as youthful and beau field In .order to destroy places for hi Herd of Keosauka: K...; L. H. John- This constitution and by-laws, "By the president: .. ,.

a* youthful and beautiful as she bernation a* well as a thorough turning eon of Attic. Ind.; and 'r. W; Morris among many other' things, provides "ALVBY. A A.DEB, \ },

_ ">< Millions, .. Vaults.. To 8.:Counted Byv ? has been 'always. The work of Bar- over of the, soil and preparation of Rochester, Minn.'I.: ,. . that no bank or trust company will bepermitted ."Acting Secretary. of State,? .
_J; & v _- IIxp.'York ."'..*- tholdl, the celebrated French sculptor to'J>' early_ maturing- variety o( to, make anyloans. large or -
;L ... (New City...- 01l W ii'C'the'r Miss 'Liberty; WuUave1IedOctober: the staple. <- -- .- -. STUDENTS,BRANDED.:!COMRADE!. .mall _for greater rate of'Interest HAVING. DROUGHT.- .

______i," ,Ignatlon of Hamilton Fish a* assls- 28. 1887. President ClevelandUflfJ, his' Initiatory Ceremonies of Los Angeles : than 6 pr cot and further that-after I 'ENNEE '

,:'" vtanttreasurer. ef.(the, United States, cabinet, the governor of many;states, BURNED GOVEnNQg .IN_EFFIGY., I ", .' High School Fraternity._ the July. 1909 no farmer I Many .V/stm Counties H.v.Had NsRaln"l >'

: Ja charge of' the. sub-treasury here; a Americans,,noted ,Jn t every walk,, of The People :>f' Uarklnsvllle'Ala., Are Los Angeles Cal....-Six students of r wU"b allowed to employany, colored I Three Months. ',. ;,
Orp./of bookkeeper*.under:, the,direo- life' and many distinguished Frenchmen . : Indignantat nov.. Corner, the Polytecnhnio high school have hi. farm andthat. al negroes -I Nashville T.nn.-Accordlnl to reports ' J
.**.#. tlon ot ,United; States ,Treasurer '"'and other foreigner, attendedthe. I Scottsboro Ala.-The people of 'LsrktasTllle been.suspended and three others are 'will.'be notified :Iea, the received at the department of agriculture , '.1
Treat have begun :;checking : over-the bronco jr6uns; woman' debut death; thai for severs} Tennessee.Is .
A i
: '' small 'Tillage.near; this ''In i danger of sharing the same fate ouGtttand.rPnalt.of 'dayar
l'i' book,of the; office'' .''Tho' "..- .- place.. had>a meeting ther.'and burn because; they had branded the fore- .merealt .hal their c. aatrertnl from one most, *t jj \ ,

?:' I the cash In the' vaults ''will b., taken Washington.The'Spanish1 ed GovernorCorner In effigy-',Their bead of two students of the Los 'Angeles and merohadlae t't not to exc continued drouth, knO i

i.', \ 1I)> a* soon a* | the checking 'of the debt of $599,850 awarded Indignation .wa arojised:yer the,' refusal , ...high school with' nitrate of .!!: per centproflt, otherwise regulating -.In yea. These report have i -
: '> books ha been'.' completed. There i* certain'citizen: of\lntry of the' governOr appoint Mr. ver the Initiation ceremonies all -wage to b pald by the ,farmer confined to any..particular localities, :

_-4 v. In the, vault "approximately">> : $178.000.- under:a treaty of February' 17. 1834. Walker McCutcheon., son of, the slate of' the duing' Delta.: for help and recatne the price of though there are -various .settans '.1' .!
OOOl in gold coin. $17.000.000 in 'Kap\a' traternly. a'tol all farm ,.cotton, which the farmer are suffering to: '
tl cur'h.r wUh. Spain,'ha been finally1 liquidated Judge ,W.'W.., IfcCutcheon: ,to'the probate bidden pt0 .
reney and $80,000.000 ,In silver coin I compete.' -i S much severer degree than In,others.Lo .- ;
annual ot judgesblp mad'' the ,.The boys who.were 14'branded and ? '
; according.the report pThese. sbowthat'the West of
:and all of.this/wust, counted.anel death of.Judge McCutcheonProbsJjly /"" v whose condition for a, Urns- alarmed by-la-w organizationLdoesnot Tennessee the scarcity
;;, Terlfied piece'by. piec.'be-wprkvwlllfirobably i thlf"r'c1.trar" t>fHthetreasury/.Spain two hundred -people'worked tbeir/patentaurrFrankRanso'andEdgar 'LonIycornPrise I the' rain Is causing-more trouble'than la' -

,require at least a monthS.The ,hu' been baying.'annual'Interest on 'upto a high pitch'of excitement; Lusk,; On Lusk's forehead the night;.rider cf'.Obion county,' bat'Includes "ea.t,or"many of, the-'middle :.eUOD' >:j

'counting I I. only done when anuaat*> I the amount .since the. treaty and thU Drticipated.Larkinsvllle had been letter ,"K.' D** were' .j branded. 'On all.nlght rider organisation*; all of the..state., ., 'f. '

i; ,tnt treasurer leave'.the -omce;' Jlr.Ilsb year: the Spanish government" transmitted , almost unanimously fpr the appoint' House' toreheajl were, the 'figure oerthe country.. This document. 'Is of Reports from West Teno.c.s.: ( .'I
", resigned! a* assistaMtreasrey: $570,000 ,in liquidation, of .the ment of McCutcheon. but Governor ".'09.Ugly red."cari were made, such Importance that a' .,verbatim copy tie bordering, .on I pare
;.1 w(' 'In ordercongress. to accept,.- a .nomination'tor debt.The: principal has been paid Comer named J."J. William of Section but It 1* not believed they .will pernanenUy.4lsgute4..6' 'cannot be had, aa: iris said that It I. that there had been no 'pr.c'llt'' :J
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I I *.> 'f j V *- .ovefthree time 'in.Inter,. a* his appointee.. ,. -.. ... . '. !( .,,very valuable u. aevidence... .. -lon In upward* of. three. . ., mo.t., ,,:a

-F I' : ;\ Um ft FEBTlllZEL'c .The ;civil. service commission has \' S Social Leader Deal, '
.ME Nalll.Memorial Park. ; ,' COLONIAL D ."TUDE IERETGO'BUi.: :
" decided that there was BO foundation _
_____.i ._- IGINI t New' York.-rs., .William -
tl.'R"'Ch. Bays It Increases .the Fsr'w for the charges that, ,custom Inspector Washington,' ,Ix: Secretaries '" .ltorf. ,Their Size Made 'Them .
of Old
Restoration Washington : : .
_ y .ef the ., "of T. ; ., who, ior thirty i year*. b re :T<4.- able the Un"ar' "
j,4 .4 tlllt, SaII.ebokaneWasb.Fraok New York are compelled to Wright and Metcalf have approved a T Buyer ;'
,; leader New
\ social ,
.1': / _., Rqse.. a se. .aMr* Plummet In..Jhel,01llce. ot site "anoTdesigstt: :: for..a\, 'a nhmelll.orlal' Graveyard ReportedRichmond. girded a* the \ I New York'City.-Potatoes too ",
rancher Columbia county south of Treasurer Sheldon.\' of the republican In, Vicksburg national mUltary"" parkzeongreeswhIehsuthor1asd4b.s. -:- Va. At:meeting of the-. York-.dledot' : liearLdiseaseaLberbomeon b..'marketable_ were P.xhlbled.in_ a J r'

JEpokans-li-tzpef1mentIng.wlthaud, '. -commltteeit--No--1----'cyall' .se.leotlon ... Society of Colonial Dame. .In the state Ffth avenue,; Tor;iciearlj):suit which has Just ben 4eI4e .' In .! "
fertiliser" of soil .and the ; h61d tiered the Mr & _lhedlstrjclcourt at N. J. The -
: .clay Virginia completerestoration4
r \i as \ of : -
street and there contribute $25 each:; last May, win be asked at next =!rek r. '
result i being watched with Interest defendants in the action "
cttbe'oldr Washington 1 been In con- bought a car-,.
4- It[ wa. charged that the four' hundred session to appropriate 200.000 forth I 1_ as 01. ha '
;; :by hi* neighbors as'Veil as. the head. ; i graveyard at: Wak.neld/.n WestmorelandcountT i ditloii.: : the return of a' load of potatoes from the ..plaintiffstham
, 'r of tate agricultural college In.the5"'northwest. and fifty Inspectors] were assessed project:-that being the'maximum }'contemplated -, with a rhhnlf ,

i 'The'purpose>of.the and, thatamount,.help, the,..;republican i by congrecs.1'ThgmemorLs.l; ' father and grandfather w ere are -JnterrejLlhe of ? GeorgeWashington.'was ,, ffectIofleapltt.het.Ld1flCth8asrsin continued i to hold aM&r the car a layer of enort -

_ t which i*. being Spread over.the land canapalgn.that mapa&afready..eon.> deslgz--l1--rroF'i"granite! ; obelisk two reported., .* *. Astor mou potatoes ome of .them -

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tt\\tn> 'feytliny" Ot the *oltMr. Rose New York to Investigate examined bronze statutes' ot beroioThliiit: the depredations which have been .corrected ago when, falling health compelledher ment on the check .was stopped.; The I"

r. 4 ,' Jtrt" this In a small way last fall and forty or fifty employ and reported baa and four...descriptive tablets on a* .far a* possible, and the t retire in comparative seclusion. buyer of the potatoes t..tUleln the 'I
- ,lie says the results In larger and better thai'he had no traces of,coercion or granitewing pedestals .The-statues yard la-now lncloedby__a'concretewallwith society functions given and pre trial that some of his m" v.
4 ;.4. crops were such as to warrant' him1..KtoDdln..Uae,4&114..mlltur..o..r assessment, or even of a very general will represent the famous naval : iron gate and Is I in, charge sidedover-by.J4r* -A tot.have gone era.chajed_him_ with brooms when be"' b : .
ji _.-- : .sy.tematieoQtuntr1PaYmSntof.cou.tilbuPoni ; down'' In history *. the most brl1uf: delivered the overslxd **';

sqeadrencommanders ;Farragut, Por. ofacarctaker..tb0.socletjr _in_JTlrgin 'pott.J
y: : Us'tentlre holding,.,_ :: tBE : ., to the campaign: fund. I ter. Foote and J>ala-' la bearing the;.expense. ,,. .p ol.co__ _, .ua.KI.A.tai , __ -!..--them.-.;-Z. ,;.: '- .

DECLINES fgalDEXa ': fA total'of nli,263,420in new money Doctor layers tobacca U@ SEEK '. ,: '
_ .\.... tt ; Tomb Was' tonse rated: DALLOJE'EMKOTTEREVS.Caus4Costly ; S .
.' was printed and circulated by the OOo lOii
.5- ', ) $ : L ) : \ pa.DrRl 4- 1
J '> ;'Secretary.WHeoniwill t Net Head Cekr'fr bureau* of engraving and printing dur :New Orleans;, 'LL--.'8l' thousand rtre : :Phliadelphla: b.1 S, eh pk'.p'r 1 lft'' .

,,,' .orado Aarlcultural College.,. : .1\ ingtbfiic&l..year, according-! to' the t .. representatives" of .confederate -Ten'Jheusan Bftldelsky. ''one. ot the best'.known" lnt']1 .Lo... V ", ",

ha;;:.Denver,.CoL-S.cIary. James W1K annual wort of Director ,Ralph.InspectoXoeaeral .. organlatlons took,part ,ln<'the exercises : .,BaUs of, Cotton. .Burned.} women physicinsoft Philadelphia after "; London;-,England.- of'M.b by .recent

-wt-( . 'laIOn ;of'President; Roosevelt's cabinet Oarllngton of the attendant' upon the consecration D Uon Texas, fire..trted, startling the Woman' Club by..defending -: :.riot*,la I of' .

I.' Is reported to have declined the offer army in sa'; eport exonerated 4 Chair Qfthetomb at' Metalrie 'cemetery In lowe'.a'royaterers totally'; 1e 'the tobacco habit among men thousands and EglaD unempioYe.. -'k'- '

'Jet: the-presldency of the Colorado Ag man,1, Goeth of the Isthmian canal' tbe startled *tlll. more,,by advocatingthe treata
which the body' of General George Belion compress and JO.OOQ,.bale* It serious ,disorder ,the" weather .f
rtcuturalCollege. at Fort .-Collins. commll.loD'of'; the. charge made, by of the cigarette by -women.'? colder In J the '
Moorman' ..founder United-Con .
of ttop. loss. will $250r STOWS .holkepen I
-"I Flowing .this declination it''is..statedtrr President .Brothers: the ". Balanced Is Te ec. Many physician held similar views; l&
federateVtersns. tGreos..Generti :; English town ,
; a member "Ot the atate. board ot.agrtcultnre > Crane 'Cable company' of.New,-.rork. Moorman ,was the originator .of-000.''whl jh lsy coyered ) r'8klde1skr'Iald-. hesitated to today Wel.1. heavily a4 iglnstose. ,: .I

'that the R..,."Dr.,Frank W who. claimed that :/unfair: treatmentwas the Idea ot forming the United ,Confederate Tw.nty.'re.ldence- damagedby. : advise women, patient 'to sm9kebe4esus.,4f at! mobs* 4', .'
4)Kvwanlua oLCbicago_one ot the most : : fear, that wht. wu'Of', th.lha. o t
) reledblm.1n"th..awar4..tor th.s and the ,.
Veterans .
called lbe.: ant ., _ : 'WorklessTnow,,num-> \ ,
aD4.jat'r Te ".
i iI meIl..lJL11lLlID11ed..JU..tff., .. furnishing and erecting cable' --wayi 1--.'at OQD'.Dtton.w..I:: "," tasA:.Confederate ;. which will fered .'Jedlcln-m1htbm. 'a'. nS.OOO.OOO'.i4 1stead'Uf Inerear *-- '' T
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. I And la.:another ntlnnte; Ckmeetna: . :i .. '
ESTTINi her face brighter than the October sun* "' '1 'ib .

shine that riot on It,Is walking tap the ,A. tywteM'jin' e W n.

i dows.path. sir full John in clew Bevernejit tit tbe'parl her aide r win; __ "ftooda. Doomed by AsUos.; .'. Save. riicinx" ,a:tsickby ..9ielr! ;"
; ,director -of the
Her ,voice I said has tecol11a.ct".tUDed. Logan Waller Page .'Ihe childBALLARD'S : '..
rfivin '
Roads of the :
Her .mlltfJU'towbOT Clementina's Offlc X>f PuMIe Department ( .
REAlITY step seems to have grown ot A lcultnr'aar mml..loDe4''b1
k ., ROMANCE' lighter,. more since tbe evening President Roosevelt.. on his wayto I .' : ; ., ... ,.
when 70utbtull fwlted ,Fief-de-la-- Fr.nce'to< \t.U the'' highway engineers :
what. In his opln- HOREnOUND.SYRUp.
Itelne.. The newness perceptible inS ofthstyworld
,,, adsll lon, the automobile..lsdontjo_maoadam'thorough'fores -, '
r ; ,, n'--w n.w-w--wwwwi.Y. YY' FS."J.rtrrr"" + rcry fletall of l1e1'tt1r."wo"l"Ie anfflcwJo ,

stamp ,her as a bride, Jn felDlql e', and ,chat should 'EVERY: MOTHER .
BY'Miss: ANNIE D'NA1DS. 1 eyes, even-wfre her soft band with Its :. be doneto counteract its destructive, I should' keep supplied with Bq.rdt's) Hprehoaad If she*; .'.
shlnlV? wedding rtcg, not ungloved. effects, j j jPresIdentRooseveir wishes to eave her children from eerioua sick epollil.It eontains -'
{ T 'C'n.U'TE.. :CZ{'., "Clementina, vtta'TOO, deny that yea And feminine eyes are watching her.. : summoned Dl-'' ]1 ) bnolutely nothing Injurious, does).not constipate. ,Good I < &r
Coutlslued. were )n love! with me.thatev nlpgr* eyerritbin.Ahae,tiel\'Lde)(bll tesre! : rector Fags to the.Whtte .House and ], for children well aa adults. ..... .
conferred"'with him about'this highway : A cough often leads tooozunimptloD and should be checked
*1"may Unve'aald :?nany; things> ten "How could I help myself r Too were of exceeding bitterness are hardlykept .
Teamed that almost immediately.
) jt full grown officer sir; and I. a part.nerle.a. from overflowing! I problem.He .e-
that be luUphicednow,1
L year*,, ago would ,. )t.. :. herself incalculable 'ameunt of damage :
*' she tmtnniira. neglected girl ofelevea. RigidlyDaphne has steeled !
; "Mlsblacejlrycs.Aud.untroe' .; also" i"Well,:end atterwardwhen'1-cam.; 'against this }hour, the'cruel inevitable- w..b.IDe"don.-.d.Ilr: ,.''and then. he .. A:Honsehold.Necessityv! _. ,; to stief.'and'bat -to give scarlet hour of Severne and his wife informed the director that it was his '\ "
."Naturally/, ; | np ruy meeting : J. O. Smith, Roullton./,'l'esaa": : writes: 'I have uae t/.
'lh, ln.lea perMnniatbn water"'Wets j.eket."trhmt" ;"uud all'land ueJnnd :> yet row that it ,has: abruptly-.como : Wish that tTnlted"8tates. be strong Ballard'a Horehound Syrup In my family, for the past
-.,4 f"IIL'lIret'TJlp: \he llrtnersands .'too.,tor,tbn.. lltt erofthat.J'wbc.of , ; unon:herAtbe-oereengsjLflt-l&e: : -ordeet- lr represented; at the coming' InternatlonailTO .. few yean and find it far superior to any other bough
.Along :, all my friends wrote me the kindest _,,eenis beyontnief strength to bear ] d Icongress 'In' Paris, and medicine we have tried. Every household, should. be; ,.T
tlieJr "
they proceed
I ,tu and aliened. MissHardvastle... letters? '" ITy dcar""aaylvr -HroufiTi:' During: tbe three past monlbWeUe.liu i asked for the names of two other *rperts. ,I. 'supplied with thU worthy remedy.-

.wny break: It flrnt.. -,-- -, -,-twr tenflerly.-"I have ,tho a little J:1t lnsome. measure, been kept up by> IU (tern of lion-. vast dt'R.too! Charles!: 8,, Brpmwell, superintendent
'" tows It 11'1'11 .remembrance of her self'saerfdce.flab ly! ..; .
1 i- "Mr, *. Chester!la undoubtedly '
A roost rpclt,aiut written for 'a 'child or clog hour of passionate 1enipalToiiv{ of buIJdlnc.-and'gl'o\ll1da-Of.- ; COLDS; WHOOPING'
Amiable, stud lueiltorlous' per oll: ,-Sue, II ;,1'1'1.( that* wai not your fault but bilmfnj ,when' Immediate personalhappiness tract, and Clifford Richardson an: THROAT, BRONCHITIS 1"
r .reml&dy.jue alwaya' ofThsek'eray'q : fcf and "anti I' authority on bituminous road ma- AND LuNa "'
/II :Jlove1 pity, onerlns might have been attained.bad she held ALL TROUBLES., .
' good, women; poor thing, "n n<1 ey'es. CletH; It Is r th ere c juo .manner of.Uotibt tliMt your pocket money It I thought els- bnphne Chester found strength was Page was made chairman of the, dele. ,2Sc,, SO .a :td ,$1.00 te

J she.has n pretty fjice. Jlmt: kind: or pence a' week would tie of any substantial able to stand between the wan she gation. AVOID ALL,'SUBSTITUTES." r' "
+ C red-nnd-whlteeomplezlon'le' : so;pleas- 'adrnvUige to me.'' loved and her own weakness "Ain l the Although this.congress will not'as '. a

In:, before time Jreu. ers ,ft'gonreex' '. "AU.tbal..jlallt) and over," she say, connclonnneM of duty bravely held' to ,semble at Paris until October If, Director
and t2i8ueli> lint .out/of- the fentiireWouM under her breatli. "I loved ,"011. I fans upheld Wt even ;-vhllb; her pillow Page decided to sail.somewhat' Ballard.Snow Liniment Co.
bens critloi.i hi (,-. liewiilto. leetli know.wlllL a'chlldlsh love. It would :bo has been nightly': wet tvUbwtMirsv. while early-to Inspect some of the road of .'

andl'ellel'I\'IUlul (lou. glue I : you the Imprerilon ridiculous to_dray( It." 'her eyes lute/ lostILuilf ivslro, her England Germany and .France,beforethe ZOO 5O2 North Sepond 'JSt f5 F'
of beauty Never were g.ioil "Then' there came n long lapse. chocks their' bloouj. congress Is called to order.' He .
looks wore of tile bedlill ill e.
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t.. der'; stlll : . me far away from ;nmth, I' rry(5'h&kteIi4ilrerjJflflltsuccutubel worked the same damage there,
"All. Iha t-wr brings. .to text ..themselves as possible. I got my "dip nltlioiit t nil pffort: crushed aa the)"' oh e- and study the r.medlal r'i s-
; The relit I III' Itli-notblujj-to do?])and work that Is being done. Here
lomatic; post w by the dtH IAr *T< tlJuls''Ot+' b'etis'1rVubtout< : the proportionate 'plnf In Vienna, and .. the! reeling that libel 'IIII.nll b.. has learned ,tbat by the .tractive I
t. shut dJOl.. @:iUtl or; /tpollt' Iiuaiaii ere-1 .,lurlncflve, \yonrs.'I! lieliete/only came 'little able tOil act a |Port iu her own doii forde! of the.rubber tires| of the speedIng -* Sold and
'tunes' ;(Iulllllt' The remainder of Ills to London twice: gad then*.one'.l1n., tiny Mil could: the cog In a whirlHV. motor cars the surface binding I. For Sale at ROBERSON'S DRUG
days, with tier-Kellz Brougrlitou. lu morning I letter from Mrs. dust roads .Its ; ,
received q., arrange th' niachiiiery Ini liicli it Is of rock is drawn from . .
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re'tUt tirtiiinUKuMe, yet wlio (()lIitant: Hardcastle"telling me: of your. engagement placed. love the grant cducatiM. (Iijiii resting place and is. sent swirltng ""' 4, J
. W' ly ,expect: that every woman lien| to Sererne." lifted her to a higher plane or experl- the adjacent fields. : ".
.l ; proarliei hull be it iiineteiitljtaa: "'! was a' schoolgirl not eighteen epee She has"rc rii.M how loss vlewwl"otbernlse Inasmuch aa the Integrity of the 1. ? KISSJMMfeE
"tury Mui A'' le 1.llItllIou".nd amuse Tears old." says Miss! Hardcastle. apologetically. !. limn as the mere blind; oner.ntloit macadam road rests absolutely in ,
him: Tell me. Veils, for you bare bail "I thought belcjf engaged! of IVm 3% aided by 'ventures this rick dust which acts as a binding

,a. food many hours' experience: doe would Inke me away from the 'Isms' Blow lienliim: turn Into Kil'ltu| r guilt and surfacing crust a dissipating RIVER:
Daphne ever otltflunto\ tni liitclllslbla' and 'olofflen' of I'tanlelu Sehtiupper. I for the Im'l.r.n,1 ,..et1'pt of the surface leaves the road nothing RQIUTE-
remark ou nny subject wbote,' r"" -I wan a fool! Why hesitate tn use In huh moment-oh. fontrHillonuur .. but a mass of loose round stones. j .. ,

"I hare rlott1he '1Ih btest' recoli'ecfloe the nltiuiord. '! As for you Felix, heart!-lu this mOm'llt'h"l1 The tests on the Conduit road, near 8TBAHEHI LILLlBJ. gTStAMKn.itoamApA l
| ," nnnwers..L"'ellx jn'owptly.! "Tlint I believed you had forgotten"me long the Abstract linn !become concrete, Washington D. C.. prove this contention ' .;'
1 .ilrn. Cheater ball" under all clrrumtanctfu before. More thnn once, remember, we when ;alto way see cnibodicil The net re- absolutely, and hi carries with Capt, 4njClay.Johnsoa..Sr..., ----Captain _Clay;Johnson,.Jt}, .

r1 looked. cliaruiinc l'a 111 posi hud beard thnt ;you mere going! to be unit of her virtue, of her nlnegation. him'a collection of photographs taken Recular \ eekly trips to Basstnrer' ..'*d return. Rosesda,t...... K1....''

the" married,:and-"-- Daphne KiirlnL with: n:;oiiy from liehol.llns during tbe, progress of those tests. ace Tuesday .morn I Of. and arrives FJsslmmee Friday evenlnj.! '. g
''And you think the art of looking "I lore l the news nil stoically an 1 ; It! These pictures. will be subWtted to Special Charter Trips to Lake OkesOobee'and Fort Myers on the LtUle.\

cburmliiK. creu In n wo 111:111ho had could As fur us blrtb.nd money They wlgbt have waited, so she tells the congress I Comfortable accommodation\ for passengers. lutes reasonable.' .- t

uo friend of the soul, bind who could' prospects went. I felt you could not herself, HH with fuat-bcntlng heart. I. The greater que.UoD'lb., wity. arise The most picturesque Wterwar in Florida;' *_.- .-+ I
remember the dinner hour, would ren bare made a wiser Choice: than young with Jcc-cold. clammy Lauds? she ,will be how tor overcome theeffectotautomoTrtls .---I'w-P..en., er&1I4""ner&1n't:: lei appljriCLAT -

i) der a life-long tfte-a-tete..endurable.I ." .Sererne and I told myself It was bPltTbeuwIiMl111aTourt.CIr.lJltTi J1 strallJttY1'OII1.'Ir.Jr: 'cStP7ea; tfKfflc on hard roads without . a JOHNSON. 8R. Propitstev. .
. tbljik nothing would.render ajlfc-1 1r ail tUougUv lieli- own selfish 'liai>pluess restricting"th.automobile or preventing On board "1iWey" Klsslnmee. Ft*
net-tetr endurable! ," i a. Mr.Brougbto and every day tint I have seen It sinceI comprised the universe.' They might its development: '
.. r/ '. reply.( "A tete-n-tete of ,. have known Clei". that rte lore each have wnlted n year sl*. months. They | .Two solutions there are to that .
t.. any kind 1* the very I last thing I other. Dou't boo nfrald: ; I shall, not need not have shown her tbelr new life question: One to find a material 6f u'si. '.atfh ,Ar a..IMi
., forward to';In marrIage." look'1! transgress against moralities" adds iu Its very spring. Xuy. If they were which jroadi may be made which creates i' 1

,, 1. j'' "Xot: when< you lire upon Mr. Rrouftbtan, quickly, "When you bent lu coining hither Severn:, at| ( no dust: or. secondly, to so. treat Sensational '
chop In the farm homo, give up Ices I, are once Lady Sererne I shall be .I- least might Oily wear a graver countenance the roads' already constructed that Educators
': 9 a"d Monte Carlo' and crow your own 'lent enough, depend upon it. I hare '! Whatever his lightheartedness the dust will be retained upon them..j ,

A i. roses1" I, the right like the poor wretch who as a bridegroom there must bu That of course. I.' now being: done .. .--Condemned *'

".1 "Ab that farm house-IB In Spiila! will J>e hanged to-morrow to speak some painful recollections, surely connected in many parts of the country by I ...

,", ., '" A)> ndoulnff/ ipttaphor, letuf talk:, now." J I with I'lefde-la-Relne. some' spraying with calcium chloride, and I .. .
:' ;:; '. Clfuy" of tbe one thing tbat really coiirro "011. Cousin FellAnd. she lift slight regret, which'; though be felt It by she use of various bituminous '.
ourselves and ourselvec alone her face, quivering. with emotion, to not, he might hare -tbe common dell. preparations. By .And'w' S., Draptr

: ,..r ot your marriage" his. "If you hadonly spoken sooner CIIC). tn dlsseuibe| Director Page glad his associates N.w' York Staff Clontmihtlon.rof Education **' a
+ ..1 :She.wlncea'under the. word as undera'klowr I hare'always, always cared-" The two elder !Misses Vansltlart as It will have much interesting information . . ,

\' Felix Brought goes ou culUly. And then Miss Hardcastle's utteranceis chances, are abroad iiijbs "barouche. ,to contribute along those lines., ,,- -.:..... -'1 'II'C"l" ,. P
.' and with deliberation. cboken by> tears. paying! their half-yearly round of calls for within the'past few months! .many: ..-'. ". '" '
:;: 'tour: Inteeded.husband is'rndeclaCly I Hardly learned philosophers,*enllnhtj on Island notabilities. Aunt '"01.; miles, of America',([roads, have been t.. .. ENSATIONALIS6tLunorlghtrotuynd'larannlnnlt'*
a young matt of ability. As tiaie:: j enmonts of the pure reason and of .Teu- as we hare seen 1 s 'at her outdoor, treated with these various, preparations Yet we must have learned that It is not to be k.PtDl1t by"
Lola 00; tr strikes me:'thut be:baa ,4, tonics, governesses.' yon hare come to work. So Dnpli-ie wait" cup' many of the tests under the direction .'I 't11. ..)'Inr.; Novelty' of' theme'orb1;: statement suited to ,?

", very fair, prospect of c-afcltig a name In this; tbe flutter cf a girl's btllrt-"ths rot blttel'neei. must pass through the of some expert from..tbf 1I'ed4'eral exploitation'' and ,to personal rfbtoriety.. la as r.P11cnaat'\OJ, .
polities" '. ,*. S / *, "*, I'i thrill*of'f' a"j, rtnllIol1.-llIu: prod ,baU;..> Office of Public Road!,-WashIngton ":, the. traditions, the phitosoplilJ'Gails/ ; tieTadrtrsense-sad.

"p lIt1c.r. ,cbou Cleaeutlria, drear. ", stronger than you all t I't' ,)t'. ,4' fore her unsupported. w ,,' ?: I Star " ' the'freedom ot a university .. Illiteracy is a; menacete. ; >

2' Iii. V i" I. 1 r', ."" ,.. ;_ 1.1' .' -'. To her relief the bride, ttl'r' some' ; .t' f 4 F- government in a democratic state or sa.creed .Is repugnant .
A iScs.; Sir John and I ha TO bad oneS ." CHAPTER XV. *" 't '. futile attempts ut French talk with 'The Split Log Road Pr g. x .fellowship in a philanthropic guild. Qne'.cannot:'be at i. .

... or,two serious tiilks of late and I amconrlncrd : . Margot, inakes her entry Into tbe parIq There are thousands of highwaysIn ee'.eelNslowed to propagate his vagaries upon the .fJm. od,1nlhe, !
(or he I. convinced) tbat be A Bluestocking! \;' alone, Ser'erne's courage it DIRt be the rural dl.trlcba. which while I name of a 'uol..ralt.tbat would like: to be thought prudent and. a raliona, r j.It' r t':
has'a future before Mm.- You- know) Tho time'of roses is gone by; the "supposed. has failed or his conscience only being excuses for"1'Oadl. maybe one wants -to."- .,professor, of. mythei and ghosts-he ouga.\;outlathe '.rwoods
t Cleni, tbe notblUR-newt notbinff-true :green and flowery year turned rusa@t pricked him at the last-4uoment. put into shape by the use of the road | and alt on a log and pursue his Inquiries on his Own time and In the J

.. creed of Idle fellows! like we. Severno I Crimson heaps of tipples in every "You never tbougat to see u. here drag, and it is'Important -tl>' know most appropriate place. I have no .valid obiecti94toaprofeegor'being; a'r
holds tbe plcturntque belief loot only orchard betoken that elder'/ making i.- again: so soon!" cries Clementina, advancing j, that farmers' bulletin just issued bv free trader. I cannot object, to- bl6 telling students de<'reason WilT Bui' I

:, that lit. should be the'rcrb'to do/ but nt band. The cornfields are bare; the with outstretched baud the Department.of. Agriculture, givesa ,bave abundant',,reason''for objecting ;to:his hiding from atud.otsthct,: argu-' i -li1
-,..'that, be, 8erern, will infallibly leave I latest harvest of rralc In dried, and :with fat? jnore ''cordiality of ;planner description of the split log*road meats which support,, he policy ot protection''and, to his enforcing his 'parti ,

""", ,bamsa ).affairs: to general straighter stacked* As.sou pass along the cottage than she ever displayed In former'days drag for use on' earth roads. The .Ian view. against, ,mere", youth.with'the.ponderous. solemnity of'a military. :. execution. *, '

.' ,than he found them.! He also believes gardens no) longer greet you yrlth home tow rd.Dllpbne Chester. "The fact is, split log road'drag is' by ne means a ...,. ,;> w. l'i .!u
",, In getting luto rnrllaCieut and work- ly'awects'of lavender or of gillyflower; I spent such happy bappy hours' at I new InstltutlODifbut this fifteen-page .'11'!f: . 1 <
ti .Jngput.reformstbereicta.gnte4d: ; '"ttelr borders. an "say" with,autumn's "'le - .,, county 1 Depend upon It. wben he '.id'onteia"'bloomi;elvitbollyhocks' ;; cot \\1'I'II.t' ther teuiptntioa of 'paying (allure.. For; pne''thing. It;,Is often -- ::- : .;/ ..h J ; : : :-:-p '
.t' ,
'leaves the aruay Tie;'wilt coin for school :;dahlias 'and" ebry enthetntms.' 'Bum: yog'n'Aying 'visIt on ourAray t--rarls made,too.thoe8YFI|>It;..should be light 1'QII h P .......... '
boards' or1"tbj'British 'workman; In'perhaps. three' bas got its d.flb warrant; yet Alike Daphne responds to the bride'sband! enough-lor'one: ,.mlh-'tn, , Jlft' easily. : ':Children; : .and ReadingE. : ," -

; e.. irrltei pa PbJet.. There .some, human faearts :'carrleS'a brave shake with as1 much' warmth as she A dry, cedar; elm. orHwalput. -log.Is the .! ; : .
could '! f ; the last; so brarifthat but> for- of maieelaf for-&:' ,-1// .. .' ......l _
'I'bate''' pamphlets," erclalws the. the 'shortening days tae I'aonglesi seems frozen. What-form of greeting '.oat hlckory.. Another, mistake !-,. : S; Martin' Io' :
poor, little bluestocking "I t Ve.bCen\ hedgerows, you might hair'believe( that ,...b.ilf'Ihe, choose what meaninglessconjaionplacs la In the;use':of squared timbers '' : .. ... !I ;6
It fatales ,with books+and writers, and [the pulses ofspring'vt're a-beet thevanished ujtter. j-ejoiemberlng Instead;:jal thosewith'' IGarp'' edges "li .._- , ,., '. "'--,..__ .";.., ..:, ;;, :_
+ }t eleVeroess, our all, kinds:. 'ever 'since I delighttkMeyrfand; .midsummer freshly: as 'she does that those happy whereDy the. cutting: effect of sharp -
could nia aloDeIt Is "generous of still to coa>e.7, ? ,."L -1 happy days were.spent ,by Miss Hard-, edges,isJoist and the drag glides over :FIND some if' a matter ot verygeneral solicitude 'lwtthipafent1,1.0; .-''. .
Sod of inducing their children to read Improvs
;you'to tease mellke'thlstTtu. ," It is "'a mellow>October\ afternoon, castle in society-not of,Sir John Severn instead: >f.'equalizing: IrregularItles .H-I' mean
. spoke wlti'frankness-concern: 'and Flet-de-la-Relne' once +more 'lies but of Cousin Felix.fluingbt In the surface pf the .road ' .r' I hie,books while they have' the chance.:' .don't find many>>f ,
Inr 1be toy choice. Clemens' 'bathed.sunshine: the' Hcbentd wallsot to'liare' a line.Ilcnowbutearwholeyonraey 'the ordinary process ot''"ditch parents, wbOie'"Uced.. In this endeavor', matches"thelr't"' {. ;J JI ferrtort
.. blCt".ClL . % ."r
1 ;'tlna.rS ". the'oldaarm'And.outbulldlngaftbo : '-was,-althe cleaning..scraping,-etc.t It Js estimated ,,;'.1 : ""' or theln.iopes..Bookcases_ ,' CI.'I' d" ora' and''monotonous'looking -!.* ': ,:

; ".Y nr.choice! ,,Do'ypu mean:to" ,tell 'yellowing gardens* the, pearly5skyc, all last, planned so hastily. To beginat that 'road ;Improvement costs 1 from e4...... sets,of'books"behind. .tbeni' are, Wnpkralively'scarce. -, IJ.,
; 'Of course mayieads"child ,
f 'me that )Irs:Chester."< ,. blending a single note of colon! exquisite the beginningClementlna ,seatsherself $20 to $BO"per.mll,.',wbUetythe use you tots library. *> $
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m::= and even leave him ,' not he'able to : ,
,,' "I mean" say*Felix\ :2frocrMon ,with as traD.lent"I1onc the "by the-;open window?, precisely; of the split log drag and plank ditch > ; 1.'mor.lI1telto, read :' 'th8IL makealasj1" )
.I\+.IRmmarT"CJ1.D'\ ." .r"tone,' add once I. pots trlml.kept'.11a.June., the beeshnnVlEnorantiat lu"sucU a light that her artistic travelIng -' cleaner-jranges' from $1,60 to )S rre&4: .bnthe a library 1I.1.tof' L,'., ,
.. .their. doom-. Golden read the parlor'hcokcase. especially. if the bookcase Js locked,. because the!
:!!:'JIir ...ont".makJn8'J1m.elt"m..ter'ot.; hef' ; v cestnme'ttie latest bridal' fashion per mile, and a .tar better the '.
:{/;. pumpkins,. in rowl, are lald' ''to .w'as'not Elll to the result. book.'ID it are so nicely bound.Familiarity with vbooks=+even llf only:wlUi. ,.
; bamV'l mean to tails' no. mdf..tither tlpen of,copfBe>> ; make -
the backs'of them-seldom feed contempt.,, It is, much. more'apt'to' ,
r.4y :iI, of Mrs.Cheater or Sir:John Severne. on 'thedatryrobf.;: Herba and lentil .dre/ *,i''h@r) s 1l1'tngvfheerfpt'face.come The advantages to be gained from breed >
for.: lie outspread linen trlendshlpAandjsometlmes It.b I.tro.n'c. sirectlon tike that foe dear people., -' '''wo- on into cruelest juxtaposition with the use of* road drag are emphasised 't
dart-.I ; sheets before the entrance of the bouse Daphne'aeverydajcountry'go".'n. ".place. Little 'laughter 'rings : and thin t of books is Uabl. 'to 'd.Ubt"'bun.reader..Dd' ; age'themtromgvea '
-altered complexion
since first ..elell In love with each Daphne's n.De. a smooth serviceable earth
merrtty on the still air from\the orchard nibbling at so huge; a cake: i''t'belong books areso Mito. and there are s /i!
. .1 other."' cbeeks.4TobtegIu.Ibe.jpaiautlc story,.. road,. freefromruta'and, mudholea.Secondobtaining : ;. ,.
I ; wber 'be.ncl ;,Aunt Hosle are tbem.' and life ail- ridrletxtfeerspanlrelease "! Holp h tyoucg reaa ,_
: ""* ""in" lover' elie stammers shrinking at .theabegtuningy{ Ihavilienji a 4eit I such road surface n.nyor .
busy 'over the last that hurdensomle, feeling appreciation of th.'trberienti v'
gathering' of med tram .
yor ttr rs. Chellter. ll1i >..1tJ1'tbe xpendlturo' Qf Ut.tle'''
.tlmldlyaway: from him, and... with! a JL 1&,110 e. \ : :
lars and October pean.. jrhrouththeopea meat thatw'goodbook- Is ,4h* tbeUl.QUlrhta.ot.a"OO4t'1tcl
pathos in her voice to' which'FeUs wedding day-was Anffost the 15th. labor in eomp.rlaonr.-wtth/theutoaeyandiaborJrequtrad ;: t'
: kltt'htfU ViUiJows be that whether .reads mncl Jot little of with the mind that made
may heard bad heard the ,one NIt : ,
'Vwe never : fur..otherm.tboQ.J
jhf i .' Bfooghton' -is not insensible. "We-we- as'.of: 'old. ,the warbllngs'.of Margote'Margot ; '' is prol1table.-H.rper'a MaUrozlne. .-,., ,.....,N, t .* }
have been news- ; Third, jibe 'redaction ofmud 't
}tI, affectionate\ coughs nil our ; i-'Vl :
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: U'e.i hope" who Is to be married at Cbrist.muthe"ule' ,; wouldDaphne call the brlJi lay i Ind-weather and 'uf dUsT'ln'dry I '-_.. '.,

r\Ve have. been nothing of the kind." of spoons ,and house her own name, but;\eIlllU9t, Her lip. -weather. This 'publication ; ;
II t
:'says Cousin.Feljc.: decisively. "1L o 'yea linen, >completed and whose fancy .s yet' refuse to 'prewoncd. that nuts.m111ar"Lady (Farmers'Bulletin 9211 can be ,had' :)' ,, .{"
with legitimate lightness ,
turns 'to ..
remember children's hall iron went Severne1 free upon application to tbe Secretaryof I
: f to once In'Eaton Plsee.-ok, half lean..2l4 thoughts and songs of Ion. : *"* To't> 'continued. Agriculture or to yon-member; of I ,

r.tnr7.agoand; when I still wore sword<< .. ,I' Belle"aigaede' .t" f fV" ,;, ; '. .T,. ;". Congress.-' *-Indiana,.or-Farmer, ,JOB PR N'rlN. ;J;
l ("r': Her Majesty's seVvlceT" B n".dIauedlllne.4' ': Donald Knew. j j,
'jlla ; FtfiTiers r IJ.
"Afiecy: ::areal.:bah =" iTr-i nven i le;i. i -BelIediguldonpjj; -**----x : ; rHow5J lne -' ... --"_ _____ ,.-:' "m..f., .lhali.grown: Up.;\My invitation esme..: Dtondon. Dondon. "ilarcaret, 6ged'1O;was aTbegtpner and-Mrs. Gross. - '1" ;! '
} through'you.Any... pleasure that ever I I" eoQu1t..nfA.rn. ,,'Icene.'temarks In history '"Mamma: :!she asked, experience with an. eight pound salmon TO NWa1APEN4ADYLaTID1Atw.. '
I : "wha 'behead'' r at Green'" lAke reGentl'o' THE CST&!&* >VCHTISINO' IN,,TMC ,WOALO. "
.'dQes mean ,
entered mJ"ute.1 when .I was,a;child voice, curiously attuned and softened : ) .
came through foot \Yes I remember since beard "To- cut otLAman'a bead,'dear." After being hooked the. ,salmon f >
it ; we It J teat. ae,a _nllce' ''
; ,,all ..'tl1ouc It,were yesterday,**..,, :T:, '' pulls up before the wicket gate of Fief There"was.another moment of silent Jumped right Into the arms of Mrs. I We havebeenrq''foiunatea: :: ilnseoiuring, fia' i'lt' : :,.

.. "Too were dressed ss Minerva poor, wicket gate lat.which study.-then another question."What Gross and slid through to tbe bottom servicea'of'one"cif the bef.t and most: eiperience: : r ..
p', malt':over learbed 'U1tetTA"thatyonwere Severne and airs. Chester so 1 btteAtlsedto '- does' 'defeat':wean, namgrsf'tI1tLle of.the.boit4 .Mrs._ Gross promptly printers IN'.THE STATE't-and'sre' now able to .
t. and :appeared in my natural linger ere they parted.,; we ;Donald aged 4.",;:was-Interest sat on the fish and made good its Pribtin ': ;
: 'characterU'young simpleton', 'do this .s.U.. ) ''tl, r -' apture.;.i..Kenn6b. c'jonrnal."She .- execute Job:, g'of every'description: > in allihe'laudin 'I
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-J' : ( the. give up wicked: world Sir John .. ... ; t
T nineteenth' century blip. scarlet Jacket .I,'shall,assuredly come Quernec to I "I know, mairima,** ,was his [logical 'II//' t. -.4&---Old-St0r7. ."styles.v,:'l'heolasl; of worlr' turned .) xoutb

silo;, .-#"" ,.and !gold' triaiaaJnts: "'"' for seek: our hermitage.; .Now for Dl1 bne', conclusion,,V 'Defeat' means to-'cut' a tells. me;that.theirs It &',pja-) : 'acknowledged,to be'' NE8T-, I s '

rti 5YOU-'wrote; 'yonr: name'dawtlA snrprh -It she has neither emigrated maifs' "t feet, off:''.Dellneatorir; .p9neot tonla love What does that 'mean. acid PRICES t eI:' OWST'ofan: : ytheP; 4Yi';<
:.. ereife : _nor, marrled: ?:theY111aLa,curate.. n:JheJnterralI .\ = bbir.: eall'Jb.A w.'l.hajo. .,
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eth0rowy -- -- '- 0' .'" > , s. < _.... "0 ." 1 'j.,
leave Jo o'.dna.nogvcegr-mlve: b Daphn.genue jnouogynls; I. the wont things about g dig for.a wedding present aboat : "
g J ":yove.'rt got aebance-of: bRttei class ortundrla.t lIoW'.oo4Cjt". ; feef lingua-Is.thi !:you 5'"are alwayeao: .''.dan; I;two up mouth. Lo 11"Ul.7COlir.: -, '....'..L.-o..-,......:", .--.. >_ ,..-: '' ,. __ _' ..!. __ --"- c \, +'-,"... '
'I., ;' ,r. pnrtuars. ,'! ,' l that'oneheed. ; c nerer; call1.n...yihlna by. . married.' ''Iit'4. ', JoutaL: -.J'\ ., 'I L .. ., .. ,.. ..... . . I
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'. *' .'Let' lis Have'Good'Roads.?;. are both too''grabd, too'mlgfctv;'not to '
J :__ili a>j.:_ Teopverfrom,,: :blow.ten 1 DiN..FLOYD'De.lel'

r ", discussed:'The'subject,. more tof In good t.he''p rpaa' yea has thanenytMng. Men >owerful..:; ''Demograci'wllline.again a' times mores : :Nf\t\ 6nOnS -- NEW 'rIUcr, :

( ) ) .. "po.u..o 6itsaTR., IDAY., :.l" beforetihe public, and and four year, ''hence It'will be found ," '

)i, ,' .bolos. in/'V..UetOuette/ Building.t seems today ** far;.from ,;'settlemetat. a* In the forefront battling for the'rlglii", ,- ,. lei- 1 'STOCK'' COMPLETE. ," "

iMMr'JJ C:'60CBOLA for the people, for America. ,I '
., CotIN tT;FLA.W. It was in the beginning.Tne General Merchandise ,
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farmers and fruit and vegetablegrowers ,
){ HARRIS pat".bout three-fourth of Notice. 1 Pt UORN. FLA..,. We wilt sell 3tt ch.Unbleached MusHn ,. "' 'Zc per yard, ;.

.M.. E4ltOl".ca, Frop'r" -. the"tax .,and get about .one-fifth-expended OllLANDO. TLA., Oct. 21, 1008. Quilt Calicos .*.... .. .# 4 ' .. 6a per yard6c . .'.

r r SUBSCRIPTION; KATK8: 1./ f for/their beoeOt* In return "be The Bricklayer, Masons and Plasterers In Future will1XQU UrlLi J' Checked "'HomepuolsComplete .. , .. 'r and up

.,.. . .11 410 UnionJNo. Florlda-whOM seji (. i ?
'On os.espee.w.r.WOT.. .ta iBMlthl........ .,..,... . ... JoO Cost of making /good roads throughout jitrisdlctlon'Tooludes KU lmtne vtif ';'1, . .. - -..- '
a ..o pyrthr>,.........>.m jtp; the utounty-.'would.not_ unouatjK,: > derstand that it is pr has been reported And,offer* this stock allbe,7oTlowlDg., '-r
--- Jne of Dress- :: : ,
AU .tlutL..tUI.- .Mpt from our eua.ore.d aoj2nord'lhin: t* 'TreqTienllVsnentlnbuilding that .th..brloltlayersxjfiooal Nol| exceptionally low prices: : ; .- W. have also-acoapletGoods"and -
.... ......_. b......... b,Uw writ e. house of Florida wanted Moo per day to / Trimmings s' Line 'of Laces and Embrojw
'6 ,- will not b". .ntnnwd ."_. a,, drit-clas, .court, 01'jail work on tbe school house now under These ,prices hold good for We'weekonlyi :, .. tat selected with "the I '
..UM f_. . and ,while we.are 1nv favor. of construction in Kllmmee Fla., 'No. ; prices! thatwillastornshyou., _. deries ''
Cat!: rsd at.... Pe.tema I. Ylt.baerwa. FIa.o CC modern and up-to-dat.e public ,build 14 of Florida wishes to say that this is '. greatest ca..e'and 'invite

A -.u.. =- ........ intrsi:w9 do not .belleve) the very backlane : a direct falsehood'gotten up"for thepurpose Cprn. .per.-'ac>Wi .,.--l-:.d.'jtN l JO JI6 ,. .:1', your 1 Inspection ,

of our .civilization (the farmer) of wilfully misleading the cit- :Oat )\, ". . . . ... ..3.-JO: :! .
'l 1008.'Li. hens of.Klsslmmea and other Interested ? .
Fri v. No< 0,' .. ,
should he neglected in the< least par la the' buildiogtrs'tie'there, and Short '- '.' :,e,1-@6 ' .

J-. solar, 'To them; --efer'y' town-oweshit* therefore- ..1ojurloll..JJoloQbrlckJaler. Cotton .eed meal 'per lack. ,vV.l.pO, ,!Our .SfiQ6 Stqgjps.Gomplete; and DU jar the! ..I largest In Tows. (.
>k A roan "who think his town will grows boa and plasterers.. The scale of wages Cottonseed bull '. . .80 r
prosperity,>> for no community ever ,- _
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for member of 14 -QAtL' AND SEE US' 10
) without being, 'advertised should. be yet prospered that did not have to re- S5.00 per day of eight No. bdurs of Florida, and there Is Flour per bbl . . ..: . ... . 6,10 ; li J1' :<

tapped for the nlmples.. ......... Jy I oo-tlie ariner"Jor .1t.1I-'-\\Ye., 'lLh.-and J 1i.DOt..A.::Java: o..beWDlllog..t.o..118. local FfourpjihalMbl.-.,. ,-.-.--., .1.,.,_ 3 20 H. '
'.' '. :Wonder-If Judge-T,,-Wall would grantan -:&
InjuactioorestralningthoseTampa 1 \ are Itkewtxe, 'opposed to the wages. CHAS.UODQMAN, deal oer bbl . . . . , .r.-. . fl 30 .. ra
dairymen 11'0111''raising the price of system ot patching uu old roadway* nov -_lt; -"--Rec.'Sec; Beat bacon Per lb. . . . . '.' ..'.... JJ
milk' . here and there just so they can be A Hair's Breadth Escape Sugar 23 lbs tor" . . . . . .: 1.60 bA44I" ,_,, vN41MMa4VaR!, , :

\ -_ traveled! for it. is a useless eipendlture ; Do yon know that every time you Lard 10 liri for . . .", \\\ .... ..v 1 15
Klssiminee; is not large enough to letadollariret"away' of money and benefits'no commu- have a cough or cold and'let it run on Good, green coffee 8 Ibs. . \ . .100:

; or-to; --earry in Its nHy. ;". ;. Inviting thinking Ji pneumonia' will just cure, consumption'or itself you are Octagon soap 25 cake. v...\.1,'-. . 100; 0 Scho4idpcUsFirtL.' : ; : 1

S_ wagon of progress a kpocker, and the Today'there t*"",not over two and a some other pulmonary/ trouble Don't Pearlloe 25 cakes . :.-.'.'. . \. . 1 .00

r 'quicker1 he 1 1. dumped overboard the : bait mile of, first-class road In this risk It. Put.'your lungs back: IlL) perfect Good Luck baking p&wder 13 cans 1 00

4 .better for. the town and the inhabitants'thereof. counir;althoughthousand.of dollar Ballard'tt health and Horehouod'stop that cough Price with 2 Ib tomatoes per dos. ... .. . .. . ..85jBood In October j x, r
P r- have been expended In that line and a 25c' Mo antf 11.00 bar bottle. Sold by I'roe.pel' 100 Ibs . . \7 60McElreeVWIneof ) r Monday ,

"+ .", For every,145,000 tops; ot coal mined considerable force Is- kept constantlyat Itoberson' Pharmacy.It's Cardul fl size. \ / 0.

"V In the .United Scads a human life I. work making, new highway* or repairing a Crime: '"" per bottle . . . . . . . ." "'80 / I 3Kr '1

'...criliced. St.I1Hbere are.some people old ones. to neglect: your health. Tbe worst neg Syrupof Figs,COo sjce bottle for 40 / IN PURCHASING YOUR SCHOOL SUP- 1;

who say tbe Gainer.demands are We would recommend to the honora- lace. that you can be guilty tot 1 I. to'ale Swamp Root, 50c size bottle for 48 / PLIES DON'T FORGET THAT: WE ';.

'nojust when they asic for- governmentInspection J>le County 'Comnu.slo08N.-t.hat-t.he. low COD'tl pa.t.loD.-b11I.ou.nea&.ol-&D. ). Japanese OH, 60o sire bottle for'. 40 I CARRY LINEr J
,. of mines.Those suspend operation' In !general road liver or bowel trouble to continue. It Planter Nubian Tea, 50o sizebottle '" :

work and confine their labor to one I I. poisoning your entire system and for. . . . . . . . 40
St. Augustine aldermen may may lead to a serious chronic disease
eonylnoe the citizens of that town that particular road and build that one so Take Ba I lard's Herbine and get abso Una*: H. Fletcher' C .' torla. . .30 1 Kissimmee : F

than ,irwlll last for years to come, even if lately well. Tbe sure cure for any and PI a oteri!'PIDk Pills. . _ . . 20Quilt Drug Company
gas is better electricity light- all troubles of the liver and . . . .
they only make It one mile long.; It ban .LOID.cbl cotton per pound.
,* tug the street*, but we doubt it. There bowel. Sold by Robersun' Pharma '. $ \,
old saying that a food thing 1* Work shirts.50 kind for . . . 40 w4Ja.a" +
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p Ts one thing that 1 i. pretty hard to do, cy. ___________ ,'j
always cheap at a high price sod.poort.blnll' a Work IIhlrt... 75o kind tor. . e0
and that t.)fool a.Mlnorcan...._ -, .. .. ,1.
dear-it ''a'low-price--and notice Girard drawers, per pair. . 40 .

To those who clabo-tbe shlnplng oft..grese there is nothtag in the world more 8t areJiereby! notified that adiscount Dreg shirts SI kind for . . . H5 .. w'... IF"Y". .....wr'4"!"... vF't'w. .s'ef.,. .
.fruit redounds to tbe good of of comparison, than that of building all of :2 and per oeoj. will be allowed Men' and won* hoselOc kind ; ., '
on state county taxes paid ber
Florida, we can only sav that while we road. fore Dec. 1st. C. U. BANDY for . . . . . . . . . . 8 t NORTH..K1SSSIMMEE.) : PHONE NO. 8.r. .'. 'I'f +
., *...' _'Ie'to furnish1' the argument to Why nut build.a good road from Tax Collector. Best Seminole Bleaching, full ,

1 prove the contrary we are not. able to Klsslmmee to the Orange county. line? For Set. yd wide per yd . 7fInes I *;

..... ..fu"91'1I.em with brains' to comp.,..-. It Is only a few alias, and it would Bookkeeping and) business forms '. Fine Sheeting full' yard C. W. Grimn -.1 s
., q bend, it. connect with a first.oIsY road that I.I scholarship in the International Correspondence wide ver yard .. 71 ,. .. i

Intended to link Orlando with Lakeland ; School. Will sell cheap The t .,: r
Tbe- o, sad. the Board of Trade I. abQve prices take effeci.Ndvem- JJOo
for cash. Box .
which is considered of the KUslmmee Fla.nov '
one ber !
1st. ft .
naklnp1: against lobe pernicious practtce *V4tStop Fancy Family Groceries <
of patronising mail-order houses best .buulded; highways In the State. .. ..- _,. All other goods win be Old.) at the J
? The same reduction in price, which is be-
cost to this would be
county very
1* meeting with wonderful recults. It low the price charged other I
by mecbantain Fresh MeatsDeliuery
mall, as the best clay deposit t.
very J'
N I. said. less than half a* much money \ Paying Rent the eoun;v.
are directly along/ the route, and all It 'J
was'/sent' out of Ibis. town the past II. Every Day at any Hour. Patronage Solicited. jJihJa.i
f 'month .. that would be necessary is to lay it r. |
a Heretofore.
tt and roll it. a..csi4asuser6.11.irrti. ..tiriati.. r.area fc drJic.6....... .*' %1

TIN Tribune prints a> sermon on When that road Is completed another ti,

,?Futon"PiinUhmeot." You can't one could be commenced running tram '.11'
make its believe """ """ """ "" "" "" """ "' ',,'.t
t. [ In any of that future this town to Baslnger/ and lateral A nice home i in South ,
puatsbnaent. business. A, .. whoruns constructed: '
.. ui n road where settlements. < '
Kissimmee C. A. CAKSON. r>r*.M.... :
*' bearing orange N c. BBjYAN.aeewisry. "
a ri.y.pper get all that's would .warrant. But by all means i4'f ..1{,,

. to Kim.bere without having an extra bulld,. only first-class roads even ,II and peach-treeson THE: i'' ;

dose thrown In after. be patty out.While not more than ten mile are completed Clay street. splendid location. V, { :5. ll. t,. 1 !: >

Jacksonville year, for nothing .but the best will! .

t are fighting over .which and town Savannah b. Use. meet the demand '1 Waters &. Carson Grocery (::0.f' - I

Osoeola county t. the richest county. ---
deepest and harbpr'Kiedmmee '
best 1 -
IP the State. baylng-an Indebtedness f'. wi.I.I. mm4 ..tall Dalr.!. y'
t golng right ahead building' *25.000school
y" 't< house* and fraternity. balls and of only six thousand dollar, all told, A splendid orange Jtf

sblppog') moreyreshiwater. GIlA each and.'we are 'informed'iia* cometbingover" grove proposition> ; i..GRaCERIES' rs'fc
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:>l"veif tf ousan3-ddUars In the E#
week than any: other place in tbe United for the
'$tate.r *.r road' fufia: Under1 those eoDdlloD't.bere' oilght-to pav prop
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can be'no excuse offered'against erty in,.four years; small -. ". f COUNTY AeHNTS POS .
frank George Carpenter ha written the Commissioners Immediately taking

i an .rtl .oD bow the world Is clothed, this matter up. A system of good dwelling on the proper If! ..A Y I I Celebrated i Fertilizers CRATES };
Paint add I.
He merely state: the manner In 'which roads will go farther toward inducing ty; ,:Rood. ,.place.,forrpoul-, Paper ; .
t- they, clothed. ... .' ..'", "" ,> .\.. OIIAIX: E TIC a. .
are What we want to settlers to locate in Osceola county orKls.immeethan : :: "' '' Icoprbve and protect ,our house. .
know I. how.and where whole bunch anything& elae we could' try \ tI ; I t will be- pleased to bring my,1907ample _. "_ 1 .'Psrabaed.a Clrc...... .awl'Atlc Prace .'I.>!,'; ',t,
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books house and > tl s> :
of 'to
young men who lounge around the offer. your (4
TM In the latest Jd
makany suggestion
streets aid never work !get the money 4. decorations-shat maclelllre.. '. .
21 - you -
*p' 'to buy clothes.. Taft and Sherman, Correspondence solicited. Drop me a card and I.will cheer "
The Republican fully furnUh estimates on pperand. HIDES FTJRS W00.L
The candidate for President ,
action of the Kilmmee Board
painting. : : .: : : : : .
c' ,of'Trade protesting resolution and Vloe-PresldeDt., Taft and J. M. WillSON, JR.

+ against. the thtpplng green fruit andcall1DI Sherman, have been elected,'and. the 'Ooun'tr'Y' Produoo a. & r
A. ,
1' : on' the Governor-to: .Invite the same party will again ha ye a majority -., (| E1, .... . ...j>"
la ,
'r 'ad vice of the Attorney General as to Congress. .. wi
whether It Is a ytolatioa,of the pure There are many theories' advanced OKLANDO.iiU"L FLOnIDA: .
k'' election went 'it.did and I ,
met as ,
food laws wlth-tbe"-hearty ap- ; 4-'i ._ .
'( 'pi-oval of every section'ot the State.. any expression our part would b* : iviRHas 'd
.. '_ forced R. O. 4
--.1 largely conjecture Hill '.we are ::_
TheKissimmee, Board ol Trade .lq, I :.98' Fine Leather' Scat' _.

-__ 'hustling to"build ap"eltT'"if nd,Oseol . 'for, sale choice 'Jafid In every fl,: :

!f't; ,:. *>county,' and>,has recently .Issueda I urns of tponey were the factors oorU lit Florida,. .pted.tur farming 1--w '
>. -;* a circular. .letter to .tbeladia of the In 'C4/0rr/ ID.jf the: Republican tieketLo. or the growing of fruit' wno' veg Dining Room Chair; l'f
tables of'.yerT varietyalsb; 'phos ,
t'M. them .
> cluo".f'Dloar against !
; :,,
i victory / i. phate'timber and ranch land. r Beautiful .:
<.$, ,lurements of the mall order house and 'The Deiooorals puttbe'foremostman, ... . In dealnt CuidionM wrtn traeeful" panel. qmrter-sswtd
,' --- olid. oak with ,' "'.lI A,pol4had..Ors a tt.\IIW.... "
1 .advising, them to patronize home tnerychant rt the bead)'of the ticket; .0._ Exceptional. )? line,bargains In ors ;r.ol boa our frame Immense CUCusctwa.rrencbkr aanalt.urin.lacigeef. !.. Tb.lor prfc cbslra la(xMMblc. .only.became.
f *., Oood T Palatka New,'DelDOCl'at.lo' platform declared that ange groes.: List voiir, property withhim ,out chain of.all. kinds In .""It jawWHIes tlm we ca. _I..ssl she
;, : '" ; he cant sell It-rent is.sndcollect' Mat.e'a .... end tell direct to -rrrTitltaisJs.. '
'' ,An'almondeyed.iolow' ***tJlft. >ofu. the peopl*;:'ha
;clue by!.the'oame\oL"SiuD\ J.iog'is: tovern1', :and7ev; ."rvf clause lo'fi'.waapledged -/ .. .... "" ...........;;.;; Aif n4Jl'.betI"F1."..,.nd''L1f8 Insure. ''andcit.adl: ,aa bener we repretent.aatliilaclion./ \'on.Ctairt...lor&l dlIqroom.'or.leMt MM e.ll.r.Wd-room halrJ---:, o I d,,''
tn'better the existing condl- porcfi. kitchen lawn. Mores.; :;
; oQsr.d other
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iouring'Amerlclj'andlnteadsto: even Iroe tile
f' ,now. and Armour's rerilllr.eri.Kissimmee . __ swat ele.ant to the '
auc,. plaineit All: klnd.ol woo ,JOOdillerVat Mvles. F5
; pay s vLii, to thls4ssctlon..U., may t.ions' ; there' was .< united party, _ndhe ; d H :REJjj'T.T.) I-yr...- ---laneu. ,........ taIotrH and --1 t'LMa.C tin.. /..t
? campalgo conducted Wl.w.! .b.e p.t .. .
was uu clean tice u. pruM .
IA all 7'.t
Sum : but FloridaREAL. ro..q ea
L "right those-Tampa , : " "* newspaper* can:give him 'the1 whole honest and manly line, JEWELER: ,, .4AND '. .,....... '- ', ., :.. OItM t'ACTOIty. ...... sin __ tie.: "--LilA.A (sib '
' the other hand the Republican >ii
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-deck: and beat him ;out In the ,gameaYlc pl'acecs at the) head of,, the ticket ,'. WATCH' REPAIRER.- I L.. _,_ '. ,
..when they j man .
get to talking :about,cigars -
!O( 'd('and deep, water.:. . . : who had antagonized a large elementof : Call and sec my .tine of Witches.Aoy . w. t JISPB bR:' :r 'W., SIMPSON' 'DR.' LESLIE' WiJEEDDltSpecialist (

by grsoNoglnjuootlons .
voters .
re- :
article of.Jewelry \ - - .
Prompt1 -Or - : -- --- '
; niCoooa-Rookled.e.N... atousee'ir.treatineut .tr.loing'theta) from exercising their .0 r,;T DENTIST. ., ==. ,
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, '&be dereJ upon llequest. -Rye. 'Ear-
-e V. i is i nit wnole life has been 'JICor.ln +

+ apse"Ia" paper'b.Hh' . east 1 avOrioe'.capital::..t'theeapense.fthe. ; ",) JOYCL: SUNDRIES.- r Upstair In Kau Building. . Noae..a.nd..ThroaL..i.*... .':..._ '

; ;i;.f ,'J coati. ..a flooded:and that there would common pile" and, everyone, kaew t. .. .. _' : ESTATEKISSIMMEE. Oterlt'R Bouas' t 9 a. m.' ,"012 111. f : : ,.

_ ,' ::'be Po truck grown' In that, aectluo thisseason. that lflewtu;"' elected"corpo..r.loalj 'telephone No 'fa J 1:30 t.0 Jun 5.'Itr m. Private Htsoital.. Americin> '&..?

z *. We assure bur friend Oslto ,woculd >brlvr under bid administration I ...... T tional Bank BuildingTampaV: k..
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i.r.. !**.* we have po desire to misstate con41Uoo w they never' thrlyed before;; 'be ran The: J.Graystpne ""' "* .

.\-6' ; { prevailing In that pl'aa1 Other'i r upon a platform that was an losuU to 1 ; FI ORJRA W. W. CARSON., D. D. S.. .' 'Florida.. f fc ," '1'%

!" ,j salon. ,.but,the,,artlcUi# *ot,tbatl sublet the totetllirebo\ of, every bune.t-Amer,! 1 KJ.aiMM III..>LA. ". \., - DENTAL PARLORS -1.- '.,

'r'l': :..t that. appeared! In theValley .te loan voter fur It declared .in so many so ytAn" ftIVII ltt BUILDING DR, E., F. i4KERDENTIST $,", "" ''.1!

; Jt was written upon Information taro words that dollars.,.and, 'or.' principle On Lake Tohopekaliga. KXPBKICNOTiwoc OVBR OeOaTOLA HA.IMACYOffiom .

'{.* ''*A It by reliable persona who bad, beenengaged should rule this country the man who Bunting Fishing, Shooting, . z1't''
I J ": : ',In; that bu.lo..o.. the'*a. apolau,* oaplt. I,for'combining 16 rob 'Cricket"Bathing, Golf Tennis; Roaue, HOURS I J' .t a Taw ..'U". Office over Orlando Bank and. :Trust. {h:
tits ty Clock: Golf. Baeeball, d Co. Phone M .; .
'oostand .. ... .IIi'
/ -wbo had eturnedb.reth. the < lerndwbo- .J _._ . ;
; peoi> puttMaboMarjerUfordamandlng . ;-Trap-Shootlb, c. _- -' n ._". >. Cro.o.Brldae.od'Porcel.amorlr'
\ .; all saving the continued'.heavy..rains. (is rlehts': ' Term:' 12.((). to X50: per day. :;; ;.
.' .had mad coodlttoos such .116 to 121 week.ToOurFrode Specialty "*
thatao gar Still the'lUpubl loan ticket erected pr
wa I YAM.. f NOTE-Thoae desiring 'W ......toee .
{ I'fJeo' ocJ! wq'.lldbe 'grown '>there thisseason. aort the party of pflnotple: ,''of boo. DcstaMe 'W: I WIrTNPHyd1cI4.N should make arraopneot in advance. -'

.,.. 4* said bettor.,-w.'bave1' no eatyut":'Amerlcanisw, thi'partytha: t ; ( ; - + sketea W e..lraoa- AND "
/; ;':C2..'makemis.tstemeotbuto ter believe la'equal' rllhts. before the law "Come' and try a meal at the .. : ortmtom fSS wkitkir..._u. ORLA1fOO.
.i'"t eourse,1A,"i past ha*!,been, and will 1 for ill.. -overwhelmingly. 'defeated. : hotel;. SingIe. meals Ocr; 21 ""ffeSH525 t ."...".""'"'8 se P.esyNlstUw ''a-DIbICII P I_. 3S.Omosi .; Le.rsaa. -F'YfILLIAMb' ,.- - T
ticket l'Rooma.el.pereday t.
fmom 07. '
.' y a be continued in the, future;,vo publish ./\ t iTh, *American peopla, are ee r>alny. mead. ',\ ., .....a./te4. .. :...k"L.tbM.'sa> _Ia. res.Lv:. '. J'LotuDAo ; KIONtI'ILLa.' ,"' I
; :! ..fact In'iaiy( aDUI eer1ID.t.allce", 'Th e'ly4.enlgm! I when one."reckon .,on how ': :PILl' .PILE' *! PILKSIWUlianw eta.. lea D.&ecI loss 'Kid...,., piv'':i; ,
$$ftSi**st twi,,fean"say i* that"we hope"bur they 'will! tea their( framchlse.'.. c.k.ntiik:Amerkp .aL Indian Pile OLntmsnt will e1&n e"lIMd you overworked n-hl. withisee'oar! -.... .,.. w ,
:' ; )tafornaajats/were, '.mlatakea'. Is'a : H. I _.. ",...... Blind._Btwdtat) ... sad Jtehind pU... It 'abotoo-... II.". ,_patnelaioioe. al4.k""' ....,.. end. 1h., .
." A:.y.' when.-'bevi H blo*;:;.an'fawful, bind| the W.. THURWAN,' I. w of .aj "" : .5$ 5 eke 0.... mJImjt tai 1.0..t on**. sets w bladd.rt H... loo a aDbl.pp....' bt.dd.t'f'f
i ; \,,oclnded! .the 'entire east coast. I In their r who)*'country:;,and to] the Dertvocrallo\ c ,'II ,'pItO PRIBTOBJ.. : 'ii tout wontae.55 pain. : a ID4iu-'ril, Olnlnent iriTU iiiiunt L nlier. wnibinui.o". ....... sepselaL. : Under.11. .' l-/I
\ trremenq c ,.. : "lftwd. prepared for Pile* . StuS"1 a PM* """.' ".... wmSSW" KIOt"IIIT",
t Itehlo ot
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ri _: party 'but'the JoilDtryaDd tb" tb.prt.a.psrt. Os14.slr wlU, ,...
..: 0 r ( -party! .......... .... i. ... ,, o.oe le ''I lot ? .700., -At.Ose.ollraea'e1
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: :. In order i... room' ,for a fuller Untf of .other stocks we .have decked sell' off', at a great reduction 30 '. IY _

'. orFurniture-.H M.tresses et< and will o trrom; 2G to :per eent.our; eft sEoek '
j., thenenlarge, our' present stock of. Stationery.. !J oks.'Fan7; Tolle ,
; ..ArtlceC..ock
," i.7tnamelwareadso-Mus'cal.; and Supplies of,nil de8c fDtI ns.: ,, . 17,Gla. 8wareWoodf'1: H aid' '

_ "A' :. This Change will'rothe; ". .
,, ; public aUleucl1t1-"alchancc; 'to buy somb Flrbt-Class''' Furniture t' ''' ''

f't, BETqR. CASH.. ,Cal_ at'onco'andmake, :. your election. This Is R'b.ona flue Clearance Sale; and,cheaper commences than today.KISSIMMEaS.;ever sold. !In ,the elt) ;' ''IIESE. SA,ES, WILL." "' '

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; / THEHO": E STSREmake : : '- .. .' ,I="" L |\( >'' P- >PAKisslramee '

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( Valleu) Gazette Refrigerator, Ice; bream, freezer, The ''Village Improvement SocietywJIShold Two r r- 1. I .1 I >, J1
p Hammock, canopies, and all" *um-( its medals valued-at C30 and 120. \1 . . "
Y .. regular monthly meeting respectively are offered the ,boy* and .
mere goods at. bargain ..price-- toy next: Tuesday .
afternqqn at TheInn. fftrls of the "-- -
'TLPMONM0:1L cash high schools of,the Stat. ".' '. .
; 8. Or Or HDW. Co. wkll member are requested to .attend.: Tor the best wprk In.declamation 8 \ ,. \
''# -' li'ne-of : '' the Florid !by , . _ _
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY combr halrbruhe,5tooth i -Kiatmmee-Xrug'-Co o., rarejusLln| -Press Atxx atrion. Thei j -- J' ..."
;" urUai1< & "I' '.-BTr '" _... all kind of druggists sundries at .rock'. such as vases, dishes, pitcher: eta., prizes wa mentlooecl''ID the report of,.s ,, .,.'I., 1 =
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iJ/ ;:; "V.:, ...,,:!A"iaa, : .' .bottom1' prices at Osoeola Pharmacy.' which I* belog sold at-very low $,\Ice. the but lat we call,meeting. of' 'the. ..association'' ."" . '
attention'to j
'\ ... Get your school), supplies\ from the Jack:' \vbldde> aproatinentoaale; ( cause the. it again be t, : "
, time for the
L Kllmnee Drug Tbevcarry .of contest 1* ape' :
Company mart' ,
! county. was In town .it'
t r/'IOIAL': WBATHKR preaching It will be held
RCPORT.'jHMnx in
,t Uainvlliev **-'I'
a full Ili.,sad If the v'haven'1what Mondaylooking: after.-buctnes* andvisiting -

t No**. K tMnpcntaifor 1.... r. .H week "'dlolr. .;;.ThatM. you .want,.will .,rder' it for TOU., his brother, L. 'M. Whldden. the rule Friday of the January Florida,.Educational 1105,'under .... ;.i
. ;i I ? .The Rev. David D; 'Kidd will hold' Bob Johnson and D. N. Floyd'placeda Association. and at the time of the-sn : .

cervices' the Episcopal church on forfeit of"9100 each for a hore rice natal meeting of that-body. Our bud' ". I
lias., .IIJ.II' a&t' next Sunday. Holy commaaloavat: t-o. a r to-' ding: orator should take notice. .-... ot. 1 ne of Fftl : C
iher noon Th.racetwro ,
", -.--..,; -. 10.30 eveninK'! prayer'and. sermon. at, morrow be Times-UaioD. .
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. .. . for t300 a side, and a* both horse are While 'f
PIioIQ.. .. .. 11 .7 3.30.Read playing with some other boys '
"' :. ... .:. 'I .7 the advertisement of D. N. :thoroughbred racers, trained to the around the mortar pile at the f Goo for Men' '
_e..dgw.,..,,.... MO .i track, ituprobablethatalargertow d High; : :
.. School _
imH4iotfboutlwo-weeks .
.......... ... . .0 edwhodealingeneralmeroh.odies will ,"u"Q see 1 ,. -, -- -. -- -----
...-. ... ."'-. .. .. 7, 118lW at Fegborn He I.I selling for I out to the sport. little Fred Aderhold the ten-year-old I
. .... .. e4. cash only, but at greatly reduced hunting season opened on Mon son of Col. J. W.Aderhold was struck I, W
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'. :': 7 68' prices. >. day, and our local Nlmrod. have been la the left. eye; by a piece of mortar .. 0 nl n "QadI"\ ; .
'' Ed. DoD l"D. started down from I very- much In evidence In the wood playfully thrown bone of his com i .
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-- .. Waldo to cast hi* ballot In Tuesday's I till week. Quail.... said to. be'pl.D- panions; The eye became sore, and '
election, but wa delayed bv a railroad I|lful this season, snot,some good beg in spite. of all remedies applied con e' Children4s: ,, :'now;;:
wreck and did not Ki..lmm e have been.brought in. If any have ex-:, tfaued to grow worse until Mrs. Ader ",
r.j-lOtAL Jill Wednesday morning.Mrs. ; ceeded the statutory limit of twsqty hold carried him to Tampa some days -

, .ELD W. J. Austin and-chlldren of bird. In one day.they have not so re ago to. Dr. Rise, who >madean! examination : .. open :? for -otuiil\
and :
.' , .Maitland returned home Tuesday after ported.. fuun4 both the upper and Y >
i lower lids grown to the eyeball.... She ... t'' ,,' '1".t'
a visit with relative here. Miss-Sal4 MaJor-T. M. V rphy hats contracted left the little sufferer Y" .. .

,..........A '" Oventreet. accompanied them home for the erection of another new oot- of Dr. Size, who assured jmder her tree that be at l' inspection .\\-1
for a.. month's vllt. Cage to be built on his lot 'la front of would have him all '. '
f fj'Wad.' the Tuner. Orlando. .. J F. William,. one of Whittler'smost the High School ground, the brick ; right In a montb'time .. I.... .l-.

Dwellings, for- reiat., apply) .to .M.. prominent citizen and a merchant piers for which have Fran been .. .
Tiller. '_ ; at that place was in town yesterday placed by the contractor, Bats. .

L- ..,_.'" &11'i Patterns: for jale by A S'L' ; and carried'back\; a..wa< a bMcC of merchandise for his store. architecture the 'one'mayor haderected --

' \ flew. line of white.. material for fall The Vallev Gazette has been requested joining lot.some months ago ad "'42"Miss Club Vlrginls'Fillerentertatned Friday afternoon at the'her : >A'TZ' 'S"fK .'t y

..' -wal.-a - XAft'S.' by the Baracas -extend biome on Church *tr. ...... Tables had . ,', ; .,
figured thank to the Pbllatheas for valuable Mr. C. M. Dickersontraveling passenger been. -- #
Lace curtains and lawns sty .arranged in'the parlor and dinIng I
, , ' cut prices at Stanford assistance rendered In serving the oyster agent of the S. A. L. with headquarters room and the popular game of 42- I
r' .supper given last Friday evening. at Tampa, spent yesterday laKilmmee v
.For Bicycles, Shanlbarger. Or- I was indulged la for aa hour or more $"
i land. 9-8t. I am now offering my restaurant and in the Interest. of hi* road. M Us Moon making the highest score ... +-- ........,.......... .. ..
'd soda fount for sale at a bargain as I I Mr. Dickeron only '.-DtJ, came i Delicious refreshment, ;. : ,
,/ /Boy knee pants, plain .and Kolck- detlr to engage in other builnes. down from Washington to accept hispresent .of ice cream cake and fruit consisting r.t .
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!'" : .rbof'1kll'' ,, KATZ'S.' i Everything la flrst-clais condition. PO.IUODI but is already an en * MI. Mamie Tiller; assisted were . "
Subscribe for McCall's Maratlne. G. A.GnLBjERT.: tblll1 diaD.' He. expressed by Miss Clyde Seymour. :,.J- 1 \, .'J. ..
l 60 A. S. Gilbert. I himself as delighted with both the \'
cents a year- Tou..ltu..ve1 hat'alread. set In and peo Among those. present were 'Misses

.; !V Piano, for sale. J. M. Wlllsen.. Jr.. the "hotels and boarding houses are: pie and.climate.' Mamie Tiller. Virginia Tiller, Clyde . .
.. Fifty piece of new Ginghams rapidly Blllcg up, which is a .good Ml.. 14. C. Bryan- received a telegram Seymour, Mary Robinson, Sue Means, -- "' : . .

'. received at K al.&'.. just Indication'more peoplejvlll come on Wednesday conveying! the Albert Hiaton. Futcb, Wynns. Mike!, ..-....-, ..... ..... < ,.... '
I a* l' to Florida this. season than. ever be- Ii sad intelligence of the d..Uof\ her Alleen Moon.Eolse! Moon Marietta .
Is'tbe '
Floyd at Pegborn t cash seller '
brother-in-law RobertMcCray' whichoccurred Pfann Grace loll, Mae 4
Graves, Ma WHT MEANS: I'to.i.
.and the cheap seller. 1 fore.Some I '
his home in rte .
at Helena, Ga. Huddletton Estella t .
' t '"'' n.-Home Store are agent for;: the received days by ago mall Miss from Nellie her brother Lupfer I The telegram was lieD' bjr Mrs: M s. LUsle Carson, Annie Carson Overstreet, Man '.....-.... -....: .. 'It c.PItaI).' 'i...\ ' ..,.
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Whit*,; Star i-Aundry. Phoae 154. Earl who.i now in Oregon two of Cray, wife of the deceased, who formerly Louise Maklncon Berta Bryan.Mrs' tor.u.J.. t BttMvitaU... IM wIN. a ten'..witeLXo, ,.
Mr*. I. F: Tower ofHalne* City the largest. and fine* apples we have lived In Klsstamee a DC) will 1M.. SANK'S,, CAPITAL AND SURPLU '
?,, spent yeiterday ID townchopping.. aver seen. TbS on them cost. remembered by many qf our cltUen* : D. C Lee chaperoned a part f tm UM f u.d Hut ....- ..... Itaporitan tram tow UwrrfuM ..... '
postage .
Born to Mr aDd Mr M. B. CarYion 67 cents. a.* Mr*. John Bryan. of young ladles hallow'een night to a'nse.r-eeNoetba *..>..ltPr. ...., .: T>A..h.o> k..r.,.- . .->.- XNi .. .
the movlpg picture show, and after Capitol of,.. .VJj'.i.i., Vi.V..i.. > / .. ; *... ,4' .
on T.da1..No.ember3rd, son. -Mrs. D. P. .G.&balDI'a telegram Mr. L. H. Ellison, a former: well I .vM 011II ,
wards trflnmruiat.i..i.'mi-. '
.. escorted tbem f 1\/Ir..aDd/ Mrs. W. L. Moseley and last week from her son, W. U: known and .popular tsldent of KIsslmtnee -I where d.I.llI'bt.IIII.eDIDJr was residence, '+i' .M..4"',.t..'W..?',..'' M.OU000; X. a

r children spent Wednesday in Orlando. Graham who, with his. family.Ia now wbo now resides at Lambert, On arriving at-the house the party spent. A'1'__":"-1.,1 ,... .. .;.
Miss., arrived In town this, was ? .U 15,000 00 -
4 '. :. M..A..F. Wilson of Barlow visited .- the living arrival at Groenville of a bouncing.-Fla.,babv ahnouoclng boy at. companied- bv """his' on-In-law and I I coed met a them( the I.oor.bY' spook, wbo beck nla l_...1.t"t t...... Mw w.YQU..!.eotlan'. eltgooo DO bdM'_...........-W Lm a es.,
her sister Mr.; W. S.Overstreet, daughter, Mr. and Mrr: Vernon Doris, K> enter.: The evening was ?
: this week,. '" w'' his home.. .. spect in playing gAmes- 42 'the '.STATE'BANK' '
; of Naubvllle.\ Tenn. Mrs and Mrs. being'' OF KISSIMMEE
s': Our fall 'good*',coming In ,dani. Contractor-I* reports everythingmoving Doris will spend some time here for principal one, ana Miss Moon, being S "CI-' :. .''" !"""--r---;.... .' 'I ": /

t Glad to. have you Inspect them.: I alongnicely% in. onnentlon I the benefit. of former's health,wblle doll the winner which, was presented with a. tin' .>*' Kl< Oti ........E... ....0..1:>>.....,: r
I' .' with the building of Fraternity-Hall created much '
KATZ's.l''o Mr. Ellison will return, ''home after amusement. AIttIOII' j jt
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.* and says he will be ready to turn It few The young ladles 'were 'next Invited G. A. i JjOMN a; LBftY' /iN. "CollIN" \. ''j

...If,' :. *t Mrs.Naroootsee'last T.f, -'furpb I weelf.b.spent.a few guest day of January over .to the 1.... committee oompleted'on County day'stsy.Road Superintendent-. Geo. lag Into feast the dining of good room th'.ng,. where .a tempt*' ...........t.'t-, ,-. 11' _........... .. ...caa.....; ... ".
t. 1'I..G.' F, Kribbi. H,,' committee' of W. Overstreet has just bad the Reedy, A large pumpkin filled'with spread
The cosmo
street the City
; ''Us' Plank's Chin Tonic, jroek crossing work.d' and now and ferns ,
Guaran- made a
Council I having the low In centerniece
teed.' Price 25 cents Sold all place. report it* in good condltton.\ Mr.Overstreet .* Kiss.
I by ,the street filled with hard soil, which Cake punch. fudge, figs and mhi '
drngglit says after the work 'just fruit "
ull78Born were served.
. ... 1 adding greatly to their looks as. completed has had time i ee Wagon WorksUrtder
to set be will
Mrs, Lee
Mr. and proved charmingho.teas
to Mr*. F. M. Smith well a* to the convenience of tboxe a> .
I". >at. 0 o'e\oek oa Wednesday morning, I owning ..ehloles.The !go over this crossing again and throwup and those who were present will always .," '
an embanKment\ along aboye rememtxr :%: f iP sITECBRISTIANCHURCH. Il
the ,
4th occasion
; I November ,' a ion stealer Ro *ar1aCaptalb( Clay high water mark which; he thinks, deal with a>- great .. .

i . .91.00per, Stove wood strand.. delivered. in. flown tl i Johnvon, Jr.j) left yesterday morning will make this. "cro*>lntf"table and lat- "'...Mrs.otple.rure.ire.. Katz' Mlsses.Tlller Lee', Wyans guests, New Mana erne it':?' with"rhoro h Experience'and tpaotbatsj3 '
with a cargo of merchanai for Du..IDI'er tog .
I I Means .
. ..1' 10tMr7 LPXBEB CO. katwa ? Clinton CarcooSeymour, ac)5amithWheelwright); ; and Horte I .
\, JClSSIMMKE and way.landings.' On her rej O C. McLean .the well Mikes, Moon Lee ..' hper.iOARANTEED
turpentine and \ .
klmon. f' ,
: ;:J.; :'C.. Grlffln and family, of ]j torn she will bring up a load of grapefruit ... maD'of Davenport::: came to * -'- "..... -* 'i'n I ; ,.
''i Loughmsn.p.nt. Sunday and Moo- and reports A'T/wyIMAjr: : . I J"
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dqwltbnlatlreshere. .Mr .D1t Mra.JK. ,who .
the woods full of quail around Davenport '. ,: 'a cla1t, .
rr" E: J.'Alvy's new residence .is now have beetHivfng Wbitoev, Fla; for seaon"and carrled'bne of T. .,.oanlitell' vou litwoidp wllat"1.Jili'ro t : I. "I.' > >- '. - "' .. .4 t .5''.
.nearlsg completlop and, ;qui past several, months, Item town W. Bill*' fin pointer 'up. .borne, with ble I*; built it*complexion gets pasty,' ALLW RK. -'
[. :ao lmpostng.appearana..rWe tethis, week-H.iting relatives. Tberireon : htn>,-whlctrhe will train to hunt.Miv, If flesh It gets weaker .and.weakerrloses .. . : )TO"F3ATISFY:''- "t''-

now*av* Ju stock *plendldHa their 'way to Ursdemtownj where McLean also state that there are lots and is cross and peevish, you can , '.vi'Mlct ,. If ,, .!' .
of- both, pound.and. bo* .. they expect: to make their hO.1t4ID fulure. of bear In the swamp near- his place be cen.alDIa..' U ha worm,. Give it i 1 Veer" Tride. : e" ; t'' .

am. ". ..ern-KI.lmDMe: Drue.Co- .tIOI.J] c" '..- ,, but it takes expert -hunter to. find and Dsrmle White's Cream; "Expel Vermifuwe'guanp the *teed. SWIM TrtT:, ..Ita1: ,: -: "' .Q.. 'D. ;J'OUNS.'ON'J-_ _ ....c''

Mr. *. n. 8.' Floyd '.D4.\Mies.Florrleyr. The Osoeola''High School, contractors kill them. the baby ID. a 'healthy worms normal: and ooodi out : . .... : ;::

.' Lawon attended the football game at are making rapid progress on the Ed./L./ :>Ser., a 10..m.rr..14eD''of tloD. Sold by Robersoo's .. '. .1-, .. . ;
Winter Park on Saturday.. lat. .. building\ these day, and, it I I., now expected KlMlmmee.,but : now:'.living at' Bell .1 ..,. Pharmacy..Roll ----....... \.. ,:
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A ; it will be completed and ready VernoDPa.' spent aday.or, *o here .' Osceola
rtoJcl'a' Pecborn .
J't1 1 Velllnrf'oo l,
: for on the 15th of December,: this of County
che.perbaD other occupancy week islllng.bls mother.Mr*; N. Honor. M.IJIjLLEp! )
t b. any .m rchan'.Ila' the day the contract call'for it tobe F.. Sears and brother .Supw W. J. "
y,: the Wear county* .;Dakloe See ad:.>'xoeedloKlv ertlenient.<< !cloM 1 fiolibed ' ; -' .V W" : 1M..... Mr Sears was called to Jacksonville high- school following have. pnpii(been-neitber of the Oceola absent Real f state ; Agency. J Abstract ; ;
I Rev. Father Fox o?;Orlando, Will on the sad mission. of, attend nor tardy Qrlolt- the month ; , : l Cpiy,
Prices on furniture for the next sixty endlna.ucr.ober
'"' come to K1, 1znmee oo:.Sunday sitar.noon ing the f funeral of_hls daughter; MM 30ih-luo8, bas-made- :M ,
'dnifo"ca.h;: ;: O. BDW,.:;:"ri. on train No. 89..'.He will have F.I P.-Glover, who' died .suddenly- of 90 average -
;; ".3r. HUrfc WM able -\0'be out Tue > instructions for children at ..n pm.saddevotion : her home In that city last Sunday He .Midi**, 'with ner'ceot.'ao or.wore In their Realty touffhiand'sblcLHouses = '. S. H. BVLLJpC&MjiUHaw:- i : .

,;., r dfay for tb* Ant time in': several dln*.1 at 7 p. m., and": will say was accompanied, on,.his.visit -here by than 65 per cent-/averageof In Any 'one not:; feet rentad. Iteal'..t.a.. '\ " ,
hiving beenoonflned. t 9' hit home by Monday morning .a, bl. son-in-law, Mr layer, the recent subject, *- .
,. .- .1 11.10.10 the and( net leer than 05 densv.tnut.n. Taxes paid: ind Titlee-ver.' Title examined( "
k.. illness. chapel-aj the home ofMrs.JU.Tre..> ly bereaved husband.. per.cent-jo -, a and reported! oj -

.i. The regular weekly) business ,m etMidi. .The. elves, end spirits-were: out In '.CVE.:,.Moody, manager of the Kreti ......, 't..t ; J.l.. '5 t1.'W.He.., j tied for non-resident.: !T Taxes Instrument paid for relatlojMo non-residents. x
t."iug4. of the Baraca Class will be beld full force last Saturday night to celebrate .tore, \ '
f di+. 'hereafter on:Monday. evening Instead Hallow'eetr, Q.U:; .aid from telltgebce the death of Mrs. Moody Ciom'Kolwrt. ., ..... .taru... lam Dun. It.. I .suranc '; ....w f ? 1--:
-of. Tuesdays; ,r, "_ _..' \_ changing the location of several place mother; Mr*. 8u'an Leaks, which occurred .Mrnta. WbOTkr.Es..*...,...CAM.. AtIa BML, OnM..*-JD. <4< )InderrlnityrBodd_.x.' 7J > Correspondence jSpHclte t. i
:" a -CUntoon.'-$. C.- ''M Luke '. r. .<*r ,4'
\, + Tapt. n D. Canoga.1 haT reDted C. of bueinesaby'movbig' ilgns; wiring) r.- Me,.td-n.a Ba \ ;
W. Qrlffin's cottage near the Midland up gates. soaping window panes- and a was OS years of age and spent. the past S-D,. P.k.y'Itow..A. L-Ie. watd...... .... .._..._.._....... ..' ". :;.

J,.;. ., ,..1' Ilrosd-and moved. hi* thatacelsstsesk.c few other elfiib prank, We bare. heard three... wintera-bsre with her 'daughter, Q.rml4 OOIl--Ha..l. IIYeb....,. 9loeln n..Iet ., ':. '-. j'.J. tiROAERB''j.IVEgWOt4Y;,....*t.r._ l-",: j'j;-1'\
: M Moo .
= a(Jl .JJam.&b..d.Q1'e.: .."iI'.: was at her bedside, hay* tarF. Mvr TW Awlt.H.aL.( uehr-Y.1w ,"'; .: #.TAR-AND '

"tt C. M. William"of IndlaDac, .we I ID Mr. and.Mr..-E.HFenuellhave returned' log eral been day summoned: there-byw1re *ey- I-re: :..Bin JBaM.IIt.rr rnk, fyd.rr JBryu.u...*..........B.r..r4, Yk- Sp 1rg E1r n ffig ..,,'u.. oom Ut*QANOMAIAYA". car et' Coa h..' ails' .'L :,,,I"..'\/'ti'!-.
I{ 'Monday, and it la h.1* Intention to pur. .tram ''Tftvertie. 'where 'they ago.7-Tampa-Trlbunev.Tb* 1Tat.wtu.-N.r.t etnf..d.Ruby Duk. : &I>ra>and ttu.ebttu.p4.n .-: ". :.

t..,' chases home &od roak thl*' 111.111.. moved some time ago, and \will againmake an deceased.aunt>of lady.mentioned'above the editor of.:this was Roy BanM MML Wo Uu.oe.d.Melt Wie..BaUpek.< ., .Nast'- *Orlssvra- , 'CLEANfNGPRESSI( .... tcndlBjrSoecMuaaipttaa.-Wild Cbwrv. as.. .10. ..<.rar.......- .Tar.....and. u t J.r '
; futarre.idnc4).i. >* homers Mr. Fen pa p'sr:! < ratnrra' runn-hns ,.'CI N a rand.M -.." .,
-. I and hat KtuUomee Rafad D.w... ,?"i :_.&alt". fiI t.
yTilted eel .
Oolseyei5occasions ) l b. '
i':., v ,Mr. F.. '\W.. Bill 'sod, Victor, nell I will open a shoe andharness repair Le-Harrfc. B..l.h Ai.y: t anluer a.r hi >'i}.
ion In W1oJa
former -
rJ, '....IIt... 'Saturday. in Orlaodovwith here shop at the stand formerly' occupied -' 'yearsrJ: "ij tor.Firm DoUy.Atf Guow-Lurie.ri CtlMl .OiltMr Dana/CM.:Otmo..ta* MOM Wtam.* i :. drnnoi lei s.".t4enh, m.r'M! Atdeaa. '

l auxbtor; ,Madeline wbo 1* attending I by him Broadway.' SeiXadv, i SALES"AGENTS WANTKD.--43aooper! Balm. BuiTMinrU*Colltar..M.tU. Bile: Bwwta.8n DYEINfr!"" ., '
'school, in that city t', In another column, X e\; 'N week.or 400 per cent pfotliAll s npte > .M B. l., Rub WhkidM. Ruth '
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oine Jt iool O-i u t. G. ifc&R'I'aJ3J: +
I Ham W. Thurmea- the. *, ktatlooery and fre O'gQ : S rfil
Ma.t.en. ,Willi. and N l.oa 'Maltlnon enterprii'ogdpropriator catalogue. I. 0.-01. J't.d. Ze......Joh_'AI. REPAIRI {
"' >* returned Saturday night from of The Grayttone' AVe waD'one permanent 's.geo> in this lie(;.:TM. 1_ -".; &:au.... .......... In- s
.. having locality'for.'the..largest Kin*. Bdrond: W Jdnm, 7....,, I .. -. *. ,
a .: t-t-Tland, where they had- been the'hotel ground cleaned off picture and< ; t
: on a visit. .... and
f > their grandmother: and beautified by planting Bowers and frame, house in America. Experience And s.v_.kmJIoJr..tJa.O....__ ,Leave word al' my bbii) .> clothe. AUO" "y.AT LAW ; Ir-
.&v..A..L.L shrubbery Mr.-.Thuroian haTbreputatloaof UDiieoessary ',W* Instruct'you bow t.ca6u''l:004t B.ea 1..cB1I1..... Z 4iy. Rdw rdN.-- will be called; for a tf&re. turned.. ; ,
Wogdbrdwllt'preach of- ,....- ..u urnlsh the tarp-N.ti.ieny BI1d. ____ 1.... -
.. 1teeptnli one the bet ho : ; capita: -- ;* u c.'in"-thef.court--H--
At .tfblnge Creek church .. MWTtoc_ ... WIII__ .. House=Kit;
.:+;h next.November i'p: tat'*-'Every prospects i for "good'tour lt *aon and( profitable-position, write u* today ,Niim..._'' 'O.*...Dm_-ttmrr LM..011.. -.-, -' $atisfactioa't 1f 1 ,itldeecil' sirnmee.!Flo'rida..

,bo Hoordlall'll1Vlt.eek r' 7; , are 1'e..lIaterlalr., .: :, .' for particular!: catalogue nod tam BLaY...... Gun.-A.eNC.t..n.. Batti' ..., .. > ..;, wtioni' 3 "
.{ Ralph' Rader, trttuiJeit of the State ; plea:, Frank 4d.'WIUIsmCom 0...... __|. ) kUiTMrit BUekw.IL _"' With will JDe'Msoolated, la ,tb. o
AlbertrHInton. .
Miss versatileand any <
the Vwmurrm O.iltnael Alf.... ..... f
1''h, :' Univeraly.pent' Saturday andSua-( popular society, editor of the.l2lfW, ;,' St.; Chicago; llC ,t'Velvet. ,.Albert Paw...... HoddWrtoa ; AThat'psln Brolleg.s4 trta1" .of causes<;th* tl law: firm of
r day here with hi* friendand'formercollegemate ,; : | Masse .S "ttll'; *
? arlowj ,
Miami 1 Metropolis'has retureed'toMiami ;4t '. .,
;> ,. '"MrK fL D.;.)Pat:>lolllmei-Johnston Benton)* ' to. resume .b...,, ''dotl.. 'al\er MM Cost 'inC; .sh,: ... ',, : KIIJe4 Two Detf. ..... lumbago, stiff la'' mojelfj your";>a'or cauied'by a train 4saneasy '- Ortitido zi'Vtfo. '

*v.= ibor;Mlob.srrived ID Bar- unending a pleasant vacation of' sveral ; worth 1.00 and 1.25 a yard]''M.rsre.:Rep, Floyd,'A..dLon and ; get .l-of.( .' Ballard' -4
tbsclty Sanday week here wlth-the-JamIl7 of:ber oats- Sam IANDIVITAHTY; '
goIn1T'at'7ic( ; -Br.ld. formerly Dsrberretnrted'yeuterday'frgm Snow LVnlrDeotcuresrheumatum.'lumbago. HEALTH \ I
.tt"t a:' ; olrbtto-stsr FlptDmerowns through QIII".D'the winter: Mr. uncle Dr. M.. ; Htcka. Mill union $1.00 bunch'now COe.. ,. ,MBS. Puny. a successful deer bunt IDb.. eastern ;ore and stuff tnofelei,' strains, uoTT$. N' .YINiYILL. :, ,,,jj':

';grote 'la North KiMUnmee.. Her extensive death- 1* a former or admiring Kllmmee frlends, girl and has ahost : iCut jo.-Kllllmm" part of the county 4 Rep brought down sprains, cut, burn.'b)"'*.."- scalds The fTMit'Iron .ii4 niM rmtoritivw:. i..' .. .... If'.j )
herewltoare Oia.W .
; Drug Buck .
a. floe ; the firsts he aver killed and all aches aad-patjfs:.{ Tote need a wo.a. pmd_ .U..u. sa '
t;.: ,rive tern who spebi, ..l ,*t WID''C: .lae':8': will ir* pleased to -know- that. she is making. Cu. --h. Just, received' .a'. beautiful and tole...... Loll and Barber ..uceeed.ed .. bottlen/ your hou-. $ad<<\by.Ro '-//'aeild.eptie.yrt.r.rl, _,,..w* tile .*< 1 .

. stery : .'a succpts. f n newspaper. ....... work.. election." --------- In kllUng, enotber oct ween them.; .on's Pharmacy.if"---- -1".,y,4, {Yi.DP.....ll..1..PU.4 jrorwloUjr o.t.oIa PIo.'t'aft...... ." h..,.-- ,. '-__.. _:..
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f will be!' And she dares to,patronlzhert <. liked me. She-- Vt"JJetty HrNGSWORTHKl"fOWIN 's'y
> -- : I wish Mrs, Wetberell might ,", ,her mother ''l Interposed. i, ru 1 ,
; "win'tbat prl... It would be sflessoi "youciaust be fair! aot'knon. '' pixit'9f8
J it l to the girl and she ought-to learn''.It that'yofl-were W.'fld contest. e ,

-.before Its 'too late!"' ", know! "I I '( Betty Humming'/ bird! ''are'} y

3 '..,.'. i, .the graduate student .choked. "She's) bet to' blame to meddle* like from Trinidad\ 'In 1806 there ware c n '
OVer her own mother's nan tb..nowi <. lh rat! You're not to blame to takemyt1U..attd there ,
specleanow) are onlyfive
,i' of tbe third ,wlnter'now were not to tell met{; I'm to' eighteen. *. '. leanses the Sv e'm Effect.y: .
By BEULAH, drifting. .' blame for It all., perhaps, because 1 1 1didn't cl-
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asaaaaa.vanaNSS AaneaneaseflflSS aasan.MS.'lsamaa aeiir -- -' In her own room the grad! uat. .tu- 1Itam that : Mora than.half.of France's tobacco ,
_ . dent struck-oatalr ,copy 'of -tbmanuscriptnpoa"her < they threw m/ story into the wastebasket acheAjdae tcAcU Conti p a dial
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: Legally they-were' both Elizabeth: -flHted acro my mind. 'Sucbxa: stately the, next, morning onherway'trcol-: because I didn't know it was rejected 'Jodi, Alcorn,-,of. Prtno toB. "Ipd,,, : v." --- I- 'J. ,' /'" ,
_ 'IVethertell but to.. the large',circle of ld'nam.r! I haven't heard Jt .In; lege.sbe. posted a, long envelope .t I'm to blame that I thought I'd .. kuod William Riley for alienating'hl : _. 1- 141/' m y,:vi
"' 1 ... their, relatives they' were' Llzzl years. Then-It Wag a' queer old wpm- the hot 'at'' the corner of Brownlov won the prlze-\ that I've'told' every tvlfeSi affections, and got one. coat 'Best LiuuK*?.< ''?
.1 w' Wetherell and ..Lizzie's daughter an. Nancy Towle,'down'on the Main, street .Just,, as Betty in, the :corrldoi body-that I've made'a; fool' "of my-' .damages, orMenM'ommSnd. i'i're <
?. whiletoTTtre girls of Ambrazon Col'' coast, who1' had a heifer sn....celled at .Ambrazon,' Vas'' trusting berT** golf, _" i ,=J..' al' = 1 '.!.\

-V. j lego they were,Bitty, Wetherellof-P! CIlorlq. '-. -Poorwld.Nancy -"' .. ". clous story w the snail;- - Slie-.ttpppedr, terrlfled-althe-eiIbt) Moet' or thi"tobacco"r'ln"ni; o et ,it's }, ''Al.Effr \
and :pett'a',motber.Llnle In e voice that was injured merely; : About the middle of the mornlni of ber' mothe' stricken face' -Sh' railed Russian; 'cigarettes-tbe .far, tfe (
{ Wetbe'rell bad pretty"browll to .thlnjc that hey heroine should have Pretty had 'doubt that worried her. could not speak'sanely yet, but'at famed brands o'C Turkey and Cairo: 't:21 b ; ensalna: w mcn

hair, jut touched -.wlth gray; and affinity with a heller, Betty.began hereajliug. "- ,"Did, I .stamp-that) envelope-shat. ;i least she could be allent..She.nat.ched..J' :: too -ij-grown less'than on.hun4reel'mil" .\ fu 1 lliame.of the Co m. ''
, brown eyes that crinkled' wbea sin' ' Soon she had lost the sense enclosed for the return ot 'the' manu- up her'coat and ran out bf the house.All ,. from<.Loulnme. Ky., or withina '1 .

+ j laughed. ..,A:tidy* little body she had : of Injuy in the Joy of hearing her script? If I-dldn't they'11-never-send that afternoon. Betty Wetherell like radius of ,Ralelgh..X. C. rC1 '.
i t usually clad In a brown tailored suit. own sentences It bide, -I've lost it unless Ever- walked. Clear. to the reservoir! abe rCALIFORNIA 'h
and plurqjj.capabla: hands.., She could : It was eighteenth century tale I Ham'. takes it. And'It'. quite possible -' tramped and out beyond the railway A tunnel mom than a mile in ) 'k#,.wlth.mat, lons nicety I tbat she bad'' written" 'in the fashion that: they w n't." tracks and the .brickyards and the length, said to be the longest'1n existence ,, DC- SYRUP Cg.
'She could plan.and make..the dalntl of the hour. The heroine wore red .'.Then Betty settled down to anxious great waste fields. Through frozen! for USA by municipal electric ; -
_eat of gown._ She could tell\ the fun i heels. The 'hero prefaced every sentence waiting and under the sam mud and snow abe tramped till the surface car lines has just been "by it Is mo of'ectu odkncmte: :: entire'I 1

V. ; J\lellfstori.. for occupation she with "Kgad!" or "1J faith1; ! roof each unknown to the other the' I sun! had sunk redlyr and by that time opened by. the Genoa:Street Railway SOLD 6rALLLEA1IN6: Dr \ I

toolr* 'three girl students to board Ither.cozy All the. chnrnder.'w l'e 'grout gentle .graduate student l ; too was waiting: she had tramped the demon down.'-ortpns the time to Rlvarolb one atce only! ,regular'. price: 50tl'.,....! . b,
.old ashloned house dn' fplk. The plot was an ingenious com- But 'Lizzie "'ethereil. who should Something of the youth of 'which the by fifteen minutes ? ,

Brownlow street And with all her pound -oC'love, and villainy and piteously have been much concerned for the graduate student complained Betty r j jO'WE."l'
'" heart she adml ed and adored hoi direfully tragic In its out fate of Ijer "For Lpvo of Chlorls" lost 1u that hour of her bitter liu- Herbert E. Ou of irb kton. Mass:, ..I , $

daughter Betty .' come. .rUetty's :voice fairly quavered .was PO troubled at Del(y'. unexplained mlllation. But in !Its place abe pained Is the owner of what Js claimed to J .... 81 :. %
'" Betty Wetberejll tad! pretty brown over'' the concluding: lines preoccupation, Hint she almost her first real knowledge of herself,. bathe smallest; 'Shetland pony In 'the r '.

hair, lust touched,; nwilh' red. und Llztle \\' thereU'1I] fare as she list forget nboi *- ier "torj*. *" .So in the early evening Betty came State. 'The little fellow stand just 1lSh.1\ t I rcJeanest.

browtt eyes that 'were"grave and. ear:: aged$ ;wall, lorelM in Its 'tv !_ rnes.. Soon Lizzie Wclberell 1111"if a fresh : home, white: and chilled and weary twcnty-pne.. Inches In..heightand'is The .- '

I nesLA, supple young body she. had.:. Oh, Tiow.tbollsh she had been to feel loud to grieve her, for the graduate but-mistress of herself as she had I only twenty-three Inches long. Ugh..est.-and .. ,I".f
'' clad In pretty gowjjs; of her mother' hurt at Ec-ttJ's slights, any mon student was railed home.' AlmoRl' ala never been In her short life. She ,.......- most comfortable '
,planning and slim, .restless tlul'da. than she had resented" it when Betty. day's notice I ,.I Shecould write theme thnt won a tiny baby, had tugged at her moth- own work to take charge of n xtrlrkenjipjiso ;'Dear," she said, frankly and humbly those who Quarry !It having to split SLICKER
her this newly orphaned nieces I "I'm sorry Please forgive mo off blocks In the same method In" at the .same time
.1iL commendation even from English er. air! slow young; she was, _and two
WPtherell" who had for what J said-and for other'I vogue when' Parthenon was built in the 't
Instructors. She could plan novelssad tall Betty! Love and life! What and Lizzie (0011'I cheapest
t 't" <>p1ayi> 'that Iri ,title she meant to did. she know of, either, thin child to depend' on her companionship especially I I things.! more than 2300 years ago. end because Itwears ,

.' write/ For; occupation she '\Vaa.a. with her red-beeled puppets\ ] and her \ : at the hour of the little sup "It was my fault." said Betty's !I .- .-. .longest
'''student at Ambrazon College And tags. of borrowed phrases', per missed her cruelly.\ mother' with her arms about her. "I I There is a marriage each eight -3QQ [ e'; .

beinga 'well bred girl I she was tali ,natty looked up. She saw the tender But Betty nrnrrely heeded the going : ought to have told you that 1 was I minutes In New York-' City. *' gormerd guar.- '

.untl of her niotHer, and rarely mist In her mother's eyes but she 6f the graduate student. Sho felt trying for the prize." .I _eery teed WQ,9.,DfOO* roe
showed how frtxalauii' she thought saw, too behind the mist, a little that she was no favorite of hers. Be- "Served me right!" choked Betty. The United States Government has .CofoK>9 '"-. ..
.' her mind and bow"trlflln; her pursuit twinkle. Suddenly she felt young sides she wits now giving all her interest "I ought to have told you. I was : property In the city of .New York to '
r *. and angry. to the outcome of .Eversham's the one who began having secrets." !I valued on the basis of the, tax .assessment .re l"I' 1

aI, The graduate student who dijg Tat You don't like it!" sho'- flashed, competition. Every time that she "And I have no right tr<< take the I at 65000000. The man wh'o talks hot air should

,i Gothic" roots in the third story"bam "I wish you would say what yoij, don't heard the po !mlln's ring she would tltlb of your precious- story" Lizzie ,, wear a stovepipe hat.1Ilcks' .
'I V der'o4 the house in' Brownlow; ulreet like." ,.Jiersclf KO fl.iln-to; the door. Wetherell went on, contrltly. "It A. New Yorker of broad traveling
,; :' Betty's of errand she had run one It' wasn't fair of me." 1 I experience says that be finds it an Capadine Cures Headache.-
'beld that worst fault wall "I know BO little eighteenth century On such an was yours. Whether
from Cold
c, ,,youths In time no doubt that would manners:*' apologized, Llztie I gray December! afternoon And she "Fair?" cried .Betty. "O mother, .i economy not to Register from the l4.nt.a1lStram. No Acctamlid, Heat, or Stomach dangerous e* Y

amend Itself. But meanwhile It was j 1 Wetherell. "But-are you quits surea was longer about 'it than usual. Then don't! It wasn't fair of me to seize I metropolis when he visits the sums drugs. It's Liquid. KtJIICu immwliaMly.10o. .
watch like voice Jubilant through the thatEiIzabeth' letter as If mer resorts. Ho uses a little up- ., 23e: and fiOo., at dnii-atorea
not always a: plcaurb\ to Betty woman would behave your. her rang Welberell .
with, her mother. : Cbtcrls house, and abe ran into the living there was only one of that name In State town for this purpose. It's strange how many people are IK-

la; her little. girlhood Betty had I Betty rose niajesliciilly. room, just as she had used torun td 1 this house, as If there was only one ready to come to our assistance when '
('thought that therejwn's no one in the 1 "I knew you wouldn't unilertsnnd," her mother. ,_". ..,. I i 'wtlh brains enough to write a story! John Wax a farmer living near we don't need them.
1: \world'so'clev< r as her mother. She she said, and swept out of the room. I "The prize! she cried. "l've'on 'And r took your money and T took Newport Perry"County, Pa., missed
of the time a metal frog, painted green, weighing 9! H. ORKM'S Po." .. of Atlanta, its, arc '
J' had liked to hear ubout the days That night at tilnner Betty was-. Eversham's prize! }'or Love your fame and all -
1 1 the only tuooxuful Drops SpvolalUls in tb.
used to door
'! when her mother had been .young. not rude but deadly civil to her I Chlorls' by. Elizabeth Wetherell. Is But she did not say It. In the hope four pounds a world. B.e tbolr liberal offer In ajrertjt .
'!: rand,like her, bail written storjes) and I mother.' It was one of the times to come out- In the March number. I that perhaps she had not mistrusted open and a few days later Hilled\ a nest la another column of this |>......
d' tpls! ned great works for the future when tbe graduate student particularly didn't tell you at the time. I wantedto Rile spared her mother the pain of I black snake seven feet long, near the a begun; to hare-things ached:to lax hands on her._ So surprise you. Iut I sent a story hearing how In her heart she bad house. Inside of which he found the'. American. Hotel' In Japan.

I printed' in, the 'papra, till on her' unbearably supercilious- -Betty, fo"er;: ham's- rifle l-read ,.ou- i thought slightly of her. .: ,1 J frog_ and two half_grown rabbits In the Hochl! ShlmbUn we And a

t ,'J t marriage, .he, had laid aside all that at last HHe: .the trodden worm and they've taken It. And they're "1'11 put that money to your account I combination of a lump of 'soar paragraph: suggesting .hat the question 4
(thought of"a|: career. "' -owwit-A. !.II I I Lizzie Wetherell turoecj. I( sending me the check. Five hundred In the bank to-morrow." said of the site of a hickory nut. a, pint of hotel' accbmmodCtTlenvlewof ; -
: I,'But :II. J3etty grew older and She remembered that in the days dollars]\ Think of It. mother!" Betty. "And I'll tell the girls, and of boiling water and four tablespoonfuls the great exhibition. Is again attracting .
more'''critical? And t fiuud that her I long: pat rhea too. bad been a girl When she thought of "it Lizzie I'll write to the aunts and uncles and s of turpentine IB-. the familiar solution attention. There Ir talk'of
tnother;preferred Scott ts Stevenson writer with ambitions like Betty's. Wetherell thought It the most natural : let them know that It was you. and used to transfer newspapercuts a Japanese syndicate' obtaining a

.' ',,and Milton to Browning and clang She remembered that all her-life she and beautiful thing that could not I, who was so clever." to another piece of paper or to grant of 10,000 taubo of land In the 3 3a
I .10' Macaulay ''as a trustworthy historian had remained famous In her own circle have happened. If she remembered "Betty need you?" .urged, LizzieWetherell. cloth. *" vlcnlty) of the Maple Club'from the

she began to feel that her moth- aa a teller of good stories. She her own poor little story that the Tokio municipality\ and there Is also>>

,' er. however ,worthy a* housekeeper remembered- that she still could write 1 graduate student 'had so praised It Then wisely, she was silent. For I The only book that Is with any talk of a foreign syndicate erecting i

Vas. sadly,..deflclent-as a scholar, and fetters that were a delight to her I was only to be glad that she had she saw that Betty must lu her own ,, certainty known to have been handled hotel at MtWujJIma'. In: conjunction :;4
: ; eo doubt, as a writer.I '. friend. never told Betty that she.. too had way work out her atonement. i by Shakespeare Is a copy of Flo- with an America hot(>l company at ,$1y.
f<')t 80 more.and more Betty told her *'''Why, even to-day 1 believe that I entered the contest. And she re- So'Lizzie Wetberell made no comment rlo's translation of Montaigne's es- a cost of O.OOOjOOo yed. ;.tfr-t. ;
aspirations and ';ead ber stories to -poor, stupid I!-could write story joiced whole-heartedly In Bett,'. although her heart was aching says. It contains the poet's autograph But aa yet these and other protests
F. :hjer ..owa little "coterip of college as,'good as '''or Love of Culorls! triumph not only for Betty's sake, for her girl, when Betty rapie down and was bought by the British do not seem likely to be carried out.. .fl
; ,frlendf..and lees and less to her mother concluded Utzle Wetberell. but for her own. For. It seemed to stairs- tliat.-night- at the hour .when Museum-tor-130.3ulueasA_second. The'fact ..-.-tbat ,a ,h 1.el.I.l not hike ..' i
Apd' Lizzie Wetjherell 'went on So much did she think of this last her that in this eager girl who the .graduate student'used to come Copy of the same translation In the a tent which can be set up and taken '
} I keeping'her house'.spick'' and span, sUgbt..that-y had put upon her wanted her sympathy and her praise with: a handful of letters. "AU writUn museum has Ben Jobson'a name on down at will. The exhibition of J911 ,,; \

but sh< did not' telly|1.0 many droll that when'''she took up thepad that she last her' own daughter- ,,mother. dear" said-Betty.' "I've the :flyleaf Iii aa exceptional event It will cer

storles. And sometimes, when she evening to make 'out the next day's friend again. / told all the relatives Just'whom they GERMANY AND ITS CITIZENS. ;tatuy.a't'tractan; unusual number'of "
had spiljen. she glanced: at clever menus,:-she .wrote 'almost before she But all too quIcklY Betty :was once .ibould ba proud of. ;And the student. aI. visitors'but when these' have taken

;Betty as if she,{almost expected to be realized what she'dld, the title that more her recent, self. fine must tell gradpates' Government to I se'Their Condition their c departure things will return ,tlt....,. '11
tsaubbed for her frivolity. was running"F01"iLo'T.. her mates about her successyshe said '' Lizzie Wetberell gave a start; t in Many Reasonable 'a7". tbe-Ir.normal condition and there "IU.-. -
At such' times the K'rac1.u.i.'hdent: of, CblorU.',' As Ihe -looked at the with the implication that. 'In them "Yes." said Botty.. "I've writtento belittle 'more need of hotel accom. '
longed to take Betty by the shoulders words she began to fuse the fragments alone could she find .true '.ppre' la- her. ,And mother won't*you read Germany Is net pauperizing the modatlons than Jii 'rft'ls today. That ", :

-and-,,bump. that pretty, foolish little of.tbe story,.that had-came to tion. .And aa she turned away abe me your 'For Love of Chloris?' population nor' paring the workmen consideration--probably deters capitalists '-, ":
.> .head of hers against the bearest 'wait her Since' .he"had heard the 'name- added hat was more She gave a sudden shamed laugh as dependents upon the bounties from permanently sinking % ro' "n'
t' ". bl'' ,!oonr.e/" feeling+ her' mother' the true story of Nancy Towle and her 111 natured than'she guessed: that\ made her eyes crinkle like her of paternal government It Is striving large sum to meet an ephemeral... ,l
nC 'lack' of true appreciation of her work heifer <::blorl.. Bit by hit abe'shaped "You see;, mother Evoraham's mother's. by well devised social reforms to improve tnand.-Japan Weekly Mall. 'say
with little thought jay Lady Chlorls was truerto been a pig, haven't I?" she I the quality of workaday citizenship ,
and :4lms. Betty did hot confide Inher. It In"11er mind and then a "t"e Almin" to Please."See. i'' '
;I; .when she decided, at the smile that was half ashamed; but life than you did." said. "And a prig which ts woree!. I instead of degrading it. 'Every r Y
.*'M ')nlng'of, her Junior' belln-I very resotnteshe bent above the pad Of''the weeks that followed tobmuch But after this ,we'H be churas aealn.'Won't measure has been thoroughly thought hers" growled th. patron 1 fa Y:' '
need be 'If Betty had And'about the I out.before It has been tentatively introduced tbe cheap restaurant 'thli '
for thei; pOO-prise that ,..Eversham'sMagazine and set to writing. not said._ we; mother eoriee'ff'
t. wa .offering: for'' tto best By; the time she, had finished the l been offensive In her patronage of, her letter to the graduate student you and the co-operation of cold."
mother when she was merely an earnest worry; I wrote to thank trade unions and even of Socialists "Cat" sort retorted the polite''and
,,1 short ry, submitted i before DecemMr clock was striking 10, and a few moments needn't .
t. '1. Instead she| eonhlted' her later the graduate student student-she:fairlyIntolera ber"Youth's. Companion.wonusjpp . : haa.bean,secured:: in the : -administration Intelligent attendant. "Well. dfs i* "

w'.frUnds' ndclallm.t., .,''.nd with their came down stairs. She alwayi came ble laow.that she was a' successful au- of -insurance funds > a quick lunch joint, ,so if de coffee
earner.Fiveban... : WISDOM. ,.and other Institutions Results.and 'wus-liot y'r couldn'tdrink....It.'Inhurry. ;* '
thorandawage - -
aid 'Picked, OTit-the mianuscrlpt'thathe it tbat: hoar. pku.lty .1n-'h r long eve
i ,,; V me nt ,to submits -It was-ap theme nlng'-rorJr-and rrade Ut.tlupper recldolla.-.t- oae-strokeh 'that..hef Instructor: had declared quite ; 01.fruit and tracks* by the::bright more than her'mother! can ('clear: by Who finds fault, finds trouble, too. care; thrift is not discouraged Times.A.' a

;..V p.rect Uvlt ,llterar# {,form*, and'she; ;.lIrer and Ilstenedxto the tales 'that montbsotJabot.j.So'sbe:pat oDlzet\ American"Cultivator." : _,< by injustice to>> industrious I'UZXLK NOLVKI;; ) .,

felt it n r extravaganre'topay; to heni : Llzile"Wetherc +l no' longer ventured her stupid moth'er.tlll/the.; ;graduateitudent aid prudent workers; pauper and .Coffee at Bottom of Trouble. ry ,
,Itpeatl; ,typewritten' : c. -1', .. :" i to teM at th able ..,had ,she, been 'there,<(would What we think about the thlnp'th.t parasites are not singled out for pub- i _: i ; IJ
How pretty berowywords\ looked, lndeed >stile Wetberel1;.nd the surely: have lost-the?last;of ;'her;patience are greatest will determine how Iwe I lie charity and rewarded for linprovl- It takes some people long time to .i
Ni Teen for the SIr.UlguUA learJ printed graduate. student, were good friends, -and shaken her.'* ""If' ,. do the things "that." ,are, least.. _' dence; and'the have. are not systematically \ find out tbat coffee burring tbem:; ' i.:

letters! \When 'Betty'' carried:: the arid/knowing'that.;, LUsle W.ther ll t The,, marked copy,'.'of Bvfrsham's: : Scottish. Reformer., :raided and plundered.for the But when once" the tactls.'clear.! : It ,
benefit ,of' the have-nots. Social re- '
.lil), manuaci': : then frosty November -. took courage. > ,. t ? :tv came one February afternoon, along \ most peop,_,urto. keeq Stway,from
advantage of being form la scientific la Germany it Mi'JI
I' twilight,'she had'only' one i igret. r '.."WIJ ,yoaIetrrpe'rea4pou: .. some* with some letters for ,Mrs. Wetherell. I 'Another of the as !"In as the thing which' .Is followed;by:ever >. l
i", .-*a melt that there was no'e "thlngt,ahe asked! ?. ,. .. Betty: who,had Just coma! In'from.col-- good Is the pleasure derived' <,f trpmbeing"shockedPutk. U- thoughtless and reckless Eng! Increasing ,tbqbear' .
.t'tf. left am >ng'her'friends whobaa'!not :. And then .h. reael aloud her ;For leg*.;tore"' the4wrapping.'from the land.-Coblentx Correspondence New Stomach and nerve. .. :;,p

a heard'tl e story:"; 'She'-wouldjsd much Love ;of Chlorls." -1( wan only the I magazine.,;.-"For. Love'of Chloris, by I II it I."to 'live'till" York.Tribune., "Until two years ago I Wtq'tthea; 44' ;
Jfone" 'what
have,m ed to read it alou* from the i kjbory'.of' .ae/otchety old '..oman'and'', Elisabeth Wcthereli.. she read the know from monotony 'bysacritteiSclottish' coffee drinker-,writes' .n IU '..tock- '\. '
11+ typewrit ten.manuscrli" the dumb,'cteatut. that she loved kut title. She -read, the name of the famous" they redeem, life Reformer. Tights on the Stage. m.n. "and bad been all my:\ life.,! II, t, '

." So. 't linking.;;; Betty,I' entered''thahouse. there.',were tears. la It, and.Iaugbt, 'artist who-had done the illus -. ; ; ;_ _> : : elf-on Must the'stage a music hall in star tight exhibit when her she' am'now 66 years old. ;' " "v. .'

'"r.t ; i nd there/ D the llvlng'room; and\wholesome >s!!a ,air and-at-the trationsThen'' she,turned to When '.. man has not good reason abominates such a display?' ThisQRegttpn "About three )'eara..aa V began to t
she saw ber'mefhar Thi lamp last a gleam of Watery sunshine the. story la its glorious dress.' have nervous spells and could 'AM *-ii
Fj".. : alttlng. for'doing a thing heha, a very .. '
Betty good'reason ,. $ has be ,ral.ed by Mile; >eValcourt. "
the In after life could langh, remembering sleep nights I bothered indigestion
'L' 4':l iwas fig and la the open grate the When 'th. reading, was done for 1 aloO&-*- a' was. ", :s
the' dismay- with which ; lettfnc\ Parlsleane. who after a- and stomach- ... ,111'1
+ bloating on
}i ""lj1r"'wa. ladled. :Aft.her mother's graduate' 'student eat for a moment -- : gas {
:.r "If'\ elbow/dn, 4 They.desk were the; padon ..n.nt.V' i abe''saw. Instead 41f the full' page picture The average -yoking.'man worries) brief appearance on such conditions, affected my heart. ,,*. ql}.

.wbfc*! tl eday'medu.'were,, written,' 1 : Kood..she, '.'IS..t.last. *:of,her...dainty,,'Lady: ChlorU, ar1e4014W tooVjniich;abouUgettlng .hla..salary, declared that she had had enough of ,.1'i "J spentlot .o(.money,doctoring- r'
... b'"TJtTat's = :3eadt6Jd'ipottedbeife the, business, __P&.t: tnflL jheM-: ,onedoctor told bal
..; ,1Ia1JIIlrof"eook"bOO: On hermother'4 : --.ntP h anting-"W1 aCOd... ottmean.todowithttr' ; find notiugh'abo1at 'earning' It.-.' me I- -ehronio ea- .i
-' *" But aC the pooment'shedidnot plained that this was too. great a trial tarrh of tb.-.tom.cbranothe..that11.?
.i' l.p'wtr.. a darning-basket! I'V -L" ;; Atchison Glob./ ; .
to her
and' Betty's- silk' stockings.:: .. And on LUzIe Wetherell was" pleased at I laugb _ :the-tabl.was. a>Il'f.rdl.b: of crystallite a girl.< 'Of"lat.'ahe1b.ct not'been "Mother," she a'dnT. \ To make an"'end"ot' selfishness is I that the wearing' of tights every evenIng -> die at any time. 'They all dieted me: ,
r' fill C. ; a .we.toftwblch: Betty praised for.anything! but honsekeepfing. : "look here U's myitltle,: It'r myname. happiness This is the greatest hap- Tribunal made fc>r'positively"I1L. The Paris_ uutQ! J_,was nearly starved; but, i "' ,
-- And I've received the beck Commerce having pronounced seemed to get"worse 'of
Instead better
waa-fond.' ; >! plnesa. -to subdue the' selfish thoughts, "'P-i
:: But It'. not story I can't under -- against her and ordered hefto "Having heard of the Postnra
tl After the cold outdoors the living'room "Do with 1t? .he>epeated.-!f'Why. my qt "I."-Buddha. good f
"y looked warm and coat, and Betty = maybe I'll send 4t to Ceusln Hattie ..taDdS"'Then'sh.! pay a matter of 1I000f. ahe broughtthe bad done for. nervous people'' I din: ( .

fl; wanted a hearer for her story. So, 1 She'll remember old. NancX,../and she saw that her mother's A man can't very welt lose allhls affair before that,U>the e Court. of. Appe.l.fon4fyhopln& carded coffee altQgether and began to' /< "" face startled and -that she war whlcbaraabeing use Postum '*
was regularlyI -got #?
all hla confidence- soon
/ contrary custom abe wen*'Intt! the likes my scribbling. money and retain against *
kr ,1I\'IDCroom instead of'passing'' on to "More than yourcousin would like holding out to her a newly opened In mankind.-New" York Times.. waged indecent:: exhibition better and now; after nearjy'two,: \ h .t :*.
'0' her own chamber, which was also her that atory" said the graduate student letter written 'fn the graduate stu on the stage would help her to years, I can truthfully., l'am, #

.' tudy.- She sat down In.the deep "Why don't you try.for theprlxerthatrEtvershim's dent's band _Betty' read the opening Some people are Aojt 'satisfied to .wlnhei'case, but, the Court of Appe"I'ID'1L'1ao sound.. and wen J
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d against Mlle, "
"- De Velcourt. .f steep welrat blght'do porbiti_
by "and'lof ; [ is offering sentences: kill two ,blrds with bne atone; but : ; ,7'/'
Y.'t' 1 ..laps; ad nuita,mind .to ten her Llixie Wetberell had not heard of "Am I not a true prophet; dear they want the stone back.-New York .' It holds that an artist who baa the nervous spells'and amnot'botiJBred .'' '

: jsXmother. ; all ._1Out. tbe' Breraham'a the 'prize for Evershatn'a one of Mrs. Wetherell I've only 'Just bad Times r undertaken, to;appear in revues and'' _wita.lndlgeaUon'or',pal 'liatlon."I: \ .- :\liJ
f.ii3.DrI..otr.t. time, so weeks<< have v ballets such as are performed in establishments I weigh IS pounds more than when I. -i t
a stanch
that she. *
Butthen. as she looked the newt,magazines -
been to glance at the magazines of human like the Ambassadeurs began Postum.,, better'ev.i7way '
is not -department ,
m Jr! l hel"l'retU' manuscript:: she felt,so conservative,' never dreamed of buy- again. And I see, In the current num' Religion br.the.-Alcazar-.cannot fairlY, than
.r gard.
tare of Its success:: that she-thought' it Ing.. But now she heard all about it. ber of Bversham's, that, yonr( story life.: Religion is a spirit peP- I ever was while drlnking'coffee .
: /better to wait and astonish her mottrr and she;consented ;to'..the graduate For Love of Chlorls,' hasJwon the vadlng all departments of human life the wearing of tights aa placing her I can't say too much la praisePostum

j "'''whea \she:had act dally: ;*w on"the atudent'a entering For Love of Chloe prize; as It'deserved'CongratulaUons ;' -Mary Emily Case In an unforeseen to' position Aa for th*: of as I am sure It saved'my" -c:Hilf. r
f..t injury health the court Considers'that ... "There's "
a Reason ,
compettUo'n'althdagh she and- ** '
the she told her in'the '
prize: Bo for present rls"
'letfeV. 'clothes need Mil., Valcourt ought to have, ,Name'glvea by Poaturn S
clean D4t feattfei
of .Coi
she.had there a typewritten protested" '!Ion.. r. webs was "mure Betty dropped the 804 A religion i
; V id f ofa the world ..--well thought I t tls'when'she contracted bek'Mlch., Read '
to 'Th.Roadl.
It. aware that her mother wapeaking. to be preached \ '
would grew
one of bet: newest .torl... i nothing: come '
t' 't.1;Gr -"-rpwhiwyo-would to'hear 'Bo the graduate'. ludent'earried'Uie .-- . . I\, / ., a. a religion-of) clean kearU..-' Iadl-" .. (he engagemeattbe.more, tIO as thmedical '- =tV.llvllle,'! In pkgsi.. w ,1. r
':! ,I 4, .ft/V Betty;ended, graciously.., ',"lt is manvscrlpt-:: bedroom and on her .i "I wrote the story-Lismle' Withestudent ann..Va.l'mer. .\ certificate: sets forth that's!) '_ Ever read the above .letter? A'aex'one.sppearpjrola'&aetu ;,
\1' ... fn delicate
was already a state .
L severe :
;. --tJ,4I&Iled.--Eor-y ot...Chlorla:!- ,What way aba.paased.Betty'a dooi1.; ;*i.>i.7 .llLwa.LpayJOSsr'Arid.thtjk' : : cll1 t. ' jlmd.. ? "if; 'r,
ided me ,to fend'ltr to :When i.lliln crou-"t.\i-to"\ cannot'be ) 4\" tUdp.ill1t of"tli: rhey.: are genuine true.. .attdtal[:. 'A:" .f
r' "' 'sue yon smiling at; motherVe.rt'I -. ,! 1'Llttl. prig! >mused, graduate= persu *' : ,. of .
:r - Tribunal of Commerce is .
malatatat ; -
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STi If! .6LfAIWAf ,' i. man cannot add to his statue* by AND ItA VIIIT'THE LAST WORD. TO. ; OV/ITI N ,

\\4 T GHOPREI'ftItTSI 'wwr1. '". Ali t1'eadingonother people's toe., .' ill*:, "frben'', we ari marrt4 ,wiTnnt

-.. W ..the''drainage: canals out of; ,OOKSTirATtnll AMU SlII.iaCSXKSSI.Cao .- '';' both think nllke..": '. :ff { : 1M. A w eA7AR N tae !w
their !bank and the'flvft. which run >tlp.Uda 'sends polvoaons, matter "Sfcej 'Yes. but Ill I Ink .sjr-\ CAT ThTh LLt Ouree !
Corn bounding through the body. Call heMiiatour .. aad cats h, Trim u+ tm..eN
niiioner McLin .
& . : Review- out">oC tbe, Everglades unable to carryo3 Stoaudh f.Ud BrS-th. Bt..rwl Eves: ,' Town Topics' f '* / It A 1X1., M .7,111, . -
TSitllatloo i and Prospects.IEASE the water pouring Into them from LoM of"En.rgv sad appetite are the .ar.n Bun."k. wis.n wi. Ann
; ,-'; that sourceon''account ofthe unusually .11(1)a'l th.*atatl(... You..'. CITES PILLIpaItivelyeur.lsso.tpeUoa. : '
r,. awaken : *- : .wLlm VRKKYP. IN i
t Th.
: high, tide along the 'ccajt; the the .. 1 0 1M; . >l. Tam TWr.; Powe.. f rJEM.-
sluggish liver to better aatlaa, el nsa ').
Pbra.ania aterfowt.
.work ther>Gladss I...lIeln.put .w
drainage on ,
$ .IN' CITRUS'' CROP the bowels, strangtbea*b* weakened I'rt"' N.tnja Re.. w..htnrt P.p.
to a severe tosc induce, appetite suit aid dt, wtloo.Uoents ,!rI'" 1A l '
'u Th.'first pt iep has-been taken in a from your dvator .r direct from {: : toll Is,the best appeltaitp

l..diletlae of 30 P.r C.nt. from Normal project Xbat of,will Sanford aid, yearly and the In the almosttiabroiien development . the laboratory. J. d.'Io..ct.Vroe MtoipU Q5.. ..Wayoroes. by mall to. ''Oa
Cotton c..Lara. Qaaatitfef*fW Pain Backache' ri.rvos rem,;.'...
." = '"" "<:countryto"theu7oatheast. tillEatr _vFlterpessimlst'] :! .he v.J'"WOI1'cl1)e-mI.' "*- .' ; .. Ve U4tIll4. _eote 1 fetus
Fields "
c.tt_ Still in : ; '
; Tbe worlt- the. Stnford '
city on Prworibeci-Ml''' '''witlt k
-. ., and Bverrlftdes. railroad, ;/has been 100.4 y 5e..lI'a! e0c. .Ia&ctnc Ma_
: ,b1. Drive. V r.t .*...... .>4Ml UsUM Oaf ; -
;.lia"1, Fla, .-,. :Commissioner I have'started the airttthe first; dive! company miles through'expects the to ,dMt Yyrseso: . r i r.Maine U a popular.statiy,

t' McLJnba| *. taken special pain the every- 'delta flnlshed ,by the ,first of Take 'the>OId4 iitas l.M UnotnreLBMS 't wrl ,
'pv'* '" ascertain;.the.-condition and February, CHOU,Tomo.. Yoa know wbM.yosi The University and Commercial: School) Abbeville; .Sa.' "
t an toMnav The C miua U pUtaty prtBt< probable' yield 0(the State'. leading I Lewis Wasters, a young man about -en evaryboUto, akowiag 41 simply t ./ndlvtdaaitnlolsg,,...,. ... sWd.aUther.uhlyforooll.g. .end ..1.."'/", we.-. '
toeroJ.t HI. estimate the cotton crop 21'' years-old,; was drowned In Deep' .is.SuBd Ifosi ts a .actalM form, aM i1r , en..tselasre "Rlv.u to chanter' ... ..._.'" _..'''' t"MIIac'F.C1 .
I __..._. ' ."oroa.... rrenehdt.k.Latl.ant. a.rlt.h 1.1'._... ...... J 1 ,
!laihu..tpted lathe-October Bulletin"Reviewing :..: cr..1r fttmr ftnly hr auch.whllssng &:,.. ffnotnal form Jfmr,."rmrmmmA .pl.. "' '' .
-.i- .
';: the( .ltuatlon,..a. to the i ed, ia rafting logs for the yal-Up- ai&Ai**. '..i---C: : J :" 1 by ANthmat..Corr..pnadene..wrtUar abl.traeh.n 71. Cemm.n/alCuur.tsembraesTyp.wdnssaookkrplnassenh.nd. ,San Ina. Putt _.... .. TeIpbF".alU......_lit..
4'cotton crop of the, state, a comparison I church company. It' seem that the A\ man; I*' sot always all he.thbets. k. r ",.....od board...." aODP., '111110.I lIB ...'1M. W rtte ...._rt..... ....IINM
>of,>conditions\ Indicate that th. young man could ,not s wlm, ,and ,getting -:. ' -*- ..'" ? ... ., t n. 60RDOI. hilt t..... D jl : 'JOM L WUO IL Ir1ilI. d'r.t,
Votton product of' the statewill. belloseto Into deep water with no one near ., ____ I rl t
17,000 to 58.000 bales, a Ireducy to help him be lost .hi* life.HIs body BAD stCZVMA IB TARS.Hi .
,tlon' of I I189 per cent of the normal was recovered shortly after the sad .;. Thomas Thompson or Clartettlle
crop." j Scarcity and Inefficiency of labor accident., Oa. writes, under data of April$, 1M7> "fsue'ored.syeas

t ;:,high wage and poor price. are *' From the large number;; of folders bad the best doctor with* to tormenting prescribe but eesamaj poth_

tbe-main element in the shortness of descriptive various Florida cities. lag did me any good until I got .**.TTBI' ...'
,. the crop. Large' quantities of cotton, communities hotel and resorts In cir-, It cured me.' I: am so thankful.-
are still standing in the field! *., The culation It .evident that the people Thousands of other can testify; to similar '
4 corn-and most *. are-shore,,, -the-atate- 'doing\ more than Just cures. T.T1'&aIJ18 Is MlcI"t>J'drutfl or : How many Atnerkntt women in '
but a' good hay crop. been harvest. talking about the attractions nature art by mall for{!0c. by J, T..wurTa1ss. lonely homes to-day long for this FOR )1E1 aimw /' 4 4Tpebntom

ed and;pasture .are to good shape. and man offer the visitor from the l>ept. A. BavannasyQa, bloesinr to come into their lives,and, of foot t ,, ,,
gf on the citrus crop I* a* colder northern states. HIS DIPLOMA.. '. to be able to utter these words.*but oar ( LvAsd net l> yqp,10

..follows: Carrying; out' Its policy "established Johnny.--"Gnlnlr to chooir. because'of some organic derangement i{ l :1L1oe meth Ai the }, rnd.tbal

:the,4)fesent: oranna"and grapefruit cola has deealgnated the depositoryfor 'tbs xyndl.late said he never seen la Every woman interested In .this reeaufor..iN nict (.t h epDreeotkf dand6eid' li1

w >crop with Indicate, condition' at ;tame slight Mate city money; for 'the next fiscal more'intelligent,- audience and I was subject- should.knoW.that preparation -_ , "Fs1tF1).wF. FjF1.D CQ, I3rsocWak-lNa.a. /7J
'. last year only a very year, awarding the bid to the Ameri one of 'em.-Nw York Sun. for healthy maternity is ; r :
In The
(Increase crop. orangecrop can. National bank that Institution to ''"- I accomplished by the use poi
1. of 190J amounted to 3.006.534 classesof Uearn-. Cannot De Cured" .
6.09 cent
r boxes, and the comparative conditions pay per upon 3ylo ml kppliosvtlOQs a*tbcytmanot reach the I : LYDIA E.PINKHAM'S'
funds which will net the a
to' show that, the crop, of 1907-8 %l ..d portion the-. .There Is only one :
swill go be verjLJiltle larger-hardly" ; revenue Of about ".000 on Interest ....,.tocure4-r..... and that is by ooixUtunonal VEGETABLE COMPOUND
I alone 'on the various classes of funds. l remediea.- Deafness IscanMdbyaamfljuned ExceUenl-Opporf niti I s. 'f rM
$< 4\\ greater Increase than 250,000 boxes, The system was .Inaugurated a year oondltlon of the mooons lining of Mrs: Haggle Gilpier. of West

|H' ,":>ot' so teat'! It, Is very probable 'that the ago In Pensacola, "fter a very careful \toe Jtastachian Tuba WbeuthiabbelatD- Union,S. Writes to Mrs.Pinkham t
[, now on will not exceed 8.256.000 Qiunod have a rambling .
crop yon sonndoetmpm'
InvettlcaUon at the hands of the 1 I "Iraa in health
greatly-run-down x
". better boei.'Tbe!: condition.grapefruit, "and by show the a same little finance committee and the first year fect CwkfiMesis bearllllraDd the result when and it.W entirely_the inOanvmaticnt closed from. weakness: peculiarto1' ray MX, -For Desirable t :ocations I on the'Llneof :t e.
: at lower of Interest than that I when Pinkham' s .
a rate oan be taken eat and this t.. .*_ I Lydla-K. Vegetable
sources of comparison there Is slightincrease' which Is to pertain hereafter netted word to its normal ooncUtioo healing will i I' Compound Was reoomtteaded to me. It :
+,e'' also. The grapefruit of the city over 3000.. All banks of the bedmtroyed for v.r. Nlae amounted to 4S6.304 crates, and
1904-7 ,
city made bids for securing the city bymesahswhiohsnohingbutaninbsmed I but to my delight I am a mother." ,
t-; Indication arb that It will condition of the r
; '. the present IInlnQOl' surtweawe PRODUCr1VEGEORGIAANDALABAMA.
t. ... '. ? O t exceed<< 472.819 crates for 1907-8. money and the one offering. the hlgh- wiUIrt. One Hundred Dollar for a., i I Mrs.Josephine I1 .bardstown. TRAVERSING. -. ,
tIt was given the award.he _otDwne.a (.mused writes '
4 An'error that IB harmful to both crops ) Ky : m m _Is that of estimating both oranges place where Jacksonville now DOt* be cnrndby Ball's(>>Urrh"rrhth.t"1. ."I was a very greatsufferer from There is section in tbe'Country offering better''opportunities -,
r<* *'*rrF.3.L"Ir1tJJ& ., I no
i'. and grapefruit M one:. they-should be stands- was formerly known a* the Bold by DrnrgisU. lea \ > female trouble,and my physician failed "
chief place for crossing the St. Johns to help me.* Lydia E. Plnkham's Vege- for farming manufacturing plants fru1t'gro:
kept entirely separate, and then both Take gall'_ *Family_Pills foV constipation.IN ;
river. Its aboriginal name was Wacca table Compound not only restored me .j '
buyer and sellers of fruit have a fair. \ and stock
therefore Pllatka. which means In English as 1940. I I to perfect health,but I am now a proud ing raising. s ,
rfleld of operationVe,
estimate the orange crop of \807-8 at near as It van .h t't translated tows ,' \Tbey were the latest i mother." -- The A,. B..& A..furnisbea.unsurpasse.d..ttansporta, oD,

t": -. *pprpxlmni.'lv 3.258,000' boxes and Crossing Over This was abbreviated kyseraper.' "but what are' hoie FACTS FOR.SICK .WOMEN. 'facilities, operating from Birmingham .and ;Atlanta: to ar;
,''I the. gra-nfiffuit crop of 1907-8 at 472.' by all English-speaking people who thing ticking out from the sldea7"seked : For thirty years Lydia JE. Pink- '
.4. 819 crate, or.a total or citrus fruity knew It a* Cow Ford.A i the up-state friend. I ham's Vegetable Compound, made Brunswick, Thomasviile and Waycross, affording'through, .

product of 8,728,819 boxes or crates long mooted question has been I "Those? Oh those are mile post;" from roots and herbs, baa been the Brunswick, Steamship freight service on quick schedules= i''
: .:. II
decided by the municipal Judge of answered, the NewTork.r.-Judge. .
, ERA OF PROSPERITY I Tampa. In a case before Judge Pee I I standard remedy for female ills for New York, Bostorj and other east markets..
KEPT GETTING \v.ons& and has positively cured thousands of
pIes, recently It was laid down a. a I II Should you desire to locate in this "Garden Spot of -
who hove been
_' Florida Well rule of he l. .r of courtship that 10:30( women troubled with .
B Injj Enjoyed by Say .with
F.- the South communicate eitherof
,, J Known Railroad Man. o'clock p. nx: Is,late ,enough for any .Fin Tear of Awful Kidney Disease. displacements, inflammation,ulceration will pay you to .

t' Jacksonville, Kin,,-"This cold wave young man to remain at the home of Nat Anderson,". Greenwood \,S. C., fibroid tumors. ,. irregularities, the'undersigned.:' j r.

means thousand *0f dollars! to Florida the object of hi. adoration. If be has ups: "Kidney troublebegan about periodic pains, backache,that bear-, J. R. ROWLAND W.. H. ODIGG
not formally declared his Intention fire with ingrown feeling, flatulency Indlge"Jtion l' ,
r /' declared-Jamea E. Roach, a. well year ago t
: "known man'of Hhls
"The orange are all well matured Japanese colony in Dade county; recently gut BO severe In time Why don't you try it f W Hr LEAHYGeneral-P- asenger-Agent,Atlanta'Gar ;

&,; but for some reason the fruit has been applied to the board of education that I could not. get Mrs. IlnlcttRTn Invite all sick f

, low Jn taking on its golden hue.: of that county to allowhis wife around. The kidney women to-write her for advice.<<
t t "The crop is maturing eev0raltr who Is under twenty year of age to secretion became She \lias guided thousands to
weeks ahead of last year. The tissues attend school at Doca Ratone. The badly disordered ajid health. Address. Lynn Mas
are-'delicately formed Ole overajroslzeL board Instructed the teacher bf that
I > at time there was
: :<< largo, and as a whole the fruit school to admit Mrs. Sakal as a pupil almost complete i _For.Lameness
,1, Is 'Very fine and luclous. The orange!!: if It could be done without disarranging / v ,
of the flow. I
k t grower have Just reason for feelinv; the work of the school. stop I
proud of the crop they will ship away Seine of the' farmer who own was examined again
":r. } front, the state this season. places near Miami say that quail 1* BO and again and treated to no avail and .

;' .;"A.a to condition throughout thestale1 plentiful around their farms that It 1* kept.getting worse { have to.praise m R I:

',I want to say that I never aw a difficult matter to- get a seed bed Dean's Kidney pills for my final relief t iIorsies: +

';. .7 more- prOIletou, times In Florida; 'fkr started: One- of the. farmer--elated- and -carer -Since- uslng--them .in r

\ am traveling.through the state almostconstantly. that he had planted seeds two pr have gained,In strength and flesh and ,

,.. The' stores are. well three-Hlme and the little bird at .have no slgn.of kidney trouble." 4w.I 'C
stocked, and the merchants state that on e' proceeded to 'go 'Inland 'help Sold: b)' ail dealers." : (0 cents a box/. '

r "trade\ Is better than ever before. There themselves. 'From all\ over the county Foster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo N.- Y. Much of the'"chronic lameness Irr horses is due to neglect.j'j''t'
before F
y1Q. I III considerable building going; on In comes the report that' never '
.: the; smaller town, and the class of have /quail been seen so plentiful. The man who want the most for See that ypur horse,is not allowed to'g lame. Keep Sloan's

j-V,. structures that are .going up would 'Tampa Is raak'ng Havana cigars _for .his*money should,buj! experience Liniment on hand and apply at the first': signs! of stiffness., ,1

.:" do :credit to places many times larger Havana:. The tobacco 1* grown In FIFTEEN YEARS OF SUFFERING. It's wonderfully penetrating -goes spot-relieves
Tbere are not only.res '. .
, population Cuba not far from Havana. lmported '
.idences being ere'cted to take-care oft to Tampa paying duty and "'tbe Darning, Painful Sores on I>eg_Tor. ., the soreness-limber* up., the. joints and. .makes. ,the. muscleselastic . w

, the1.tncreuf,: : of population the con manufactured-.product. la exported. to 1I'ecIVay and Night-Trlou Many ......... sad ..11_ eon and pliant._ 'f:' .( t:11 ,
,for ction of large buildings a* home Cuba. again paying duty and I I. sold Remedie to No Avail-Used. e.e.'.Sa.osmed eU>.OO ab, U>M aaytbr '
new enterprises, but there e ...t.::t.i r la th* world be :
I' there.This Singular twist: in the law Cntlcvra; Is'' Well gala.,. ;
In the ana* SlofILS L irt men$ '
going on
Improvement of trade has come about through the After an attack of rheumatism, running a.d weartgede then say INMr maw 'I.
) t, way of street paving' sewerage *y*- ctrarmaker strike In the Cuban cap sores" broke oetron my husbands legs from '' 'f
tnv , 't looking .bow( will kill a>pavui, curb or spHnti reduce wind puffs cf\it. Y'k ;
being adopted, order to of the most ., ,
i ,\'l"On.alllence. sent an one no 'wordfito t Il all the diseomf ort; and .
toward the heatlh and general development .M.ama. .N..r. p..L w k..yl. $Iae. a len joints;and is a sure and speedy remedy fistula"sweeney .1
,.prominent: of Tampa cigar' .manufac great nfftring, ha had to endure.night and ... -r..ewrw.wu .
, '". of the town. turing house which was promptlyfilled day.U. slid every kind C1f remedy and IR.M.1If.--_..17_' --1:,"i1i1.ea.m. founder and thrush. Price.:50 ... and alb0l: ,c'r,
.' Naturally Tampa I* quite jubilant l. three treated him, on* after the aaM pile Y Nee ..sow, bas "I .o.l$. "
:rcc ccUEYELOP:; OKEFENOKEE.,SVTAHP.Pennsylvania If the order*,continue, to come other,physicians without_any good .result*..whatever. = -.e.. *-.te_ ser :Dr.. : kirV S.:' Slo ..?, -.,.,_' Boston. MaM::. I i; +

after the.strike. over It ,.wi l demonstraterthat One day I ordered some Cuttaura- Soap, N'SbUOLAS, 07 1e. .... srugk/r. ..,;::. '" __..Ioe +'k a.............ebast ... pu.Yey seMlLw, H" I' ...
Capitalist to Expend Tampa Is Indeed becoming Cuticora Ointment,, and Cwtieura Rest A .
> ,
..... :
,'J Slum 'J''O"
: sr'Tvorld Center-or-elgar-- _t.- -H* began to tiM *Bd4staraewtakS
'"- .'-:: Ck. n llli'lI'la.jtrorrlfT'; : .-"The' game"!.''law* are- bias "more Hg- srf h.-"tatli ward +ar "sir.; "Th y 1 1ea : "

\ afiy Pennsylvania-capitalists; .: i oroUsJy enforced-ln-Florida'than they burning fir stopped,'and th /paw became THET J WATKINJMEDICAITCO.; 1 Dr--O"p'r''S-'y..r I l9lt 7"
W4 developing fheokee'iwenrp'which bcarabl After three maatk fc Was !
quite ,
end Jt.OOO.OOO been for that 1 is. in- > .
j have some ;year: I ,..r.. VVINONA. MINNESOTA R ell C..4-
He most many portion -All over the state the well. I eta prove this testimonial at any i 11.10 to Te rsM. ..N .........._. __to_ .._1_ ....-.. KcsieM* :nt..'* ; '.v
+ .,,.::1.t..In.the, southeast -cornef of Georgia same earnest attention to >\the J t arrest tirae. Mrs. V/V,. Albert;/' Upper French' "_.0 =lab. TNr.a rmrmmm*,lt.a..eNe 11w. ( _ sr I, ,and extendInto Florida';The swamp,of violators. should be. glventiMatrimonjl ', ; .' viBt,'Me.. .Jalyltl. 1907" _. Gaf&aaaenr, Wanted in E' Jtry County. iad.te 6e4aye. Trial___
I s free.! (st
; contain* a wealth-of'floe 'cypres 'timber . seems to be the order ocr The'.best p e for moat men,Is _to"be; < .s omt+m*.' J _rile Itr.fet.d.RIte.

',. ;this and timber It I'for'the and converting purpose,of It Into cutting the--day among Florida Journalists.. occupied. f/ . "BEs'T'piOP Siif!N_" '0.Z'AGENTSlea ....11.IDEtJlUns. .-.. ) ,
of the Miami Publishing ' "'
B. Tatum, president ,
able lumber 'that the com-- w
1 merchant publisher of the MI- Itching Humors Rheumatism d = ..= ,,
company, ..
"Pimp .
.. 'flallY will develop the property.. It Js _.wrtagakLaTYWWOr ,co.o1M.. ,
( married Mr. -
ami Metropolis, recently : '
;l. ,'g eraI y.1 known'.ihat"a, ,quantity 'Polson 'EczemD Bon -pains 1 I
Davis of'11\ Joseph
r. 'thevery finest cypress In the swamp Letth1 Marshall :B.B. D' 'D'B. :BSoteate a.. lt..ia, on r"'ar ose remW,.Th..kilt. the poison. : HELp. ft.-J\ctllt ".I:!. !'.... -, > b
'A-} *Is Florida territory and H I* there- Mo. In Kansas City Mo. Mrs. SellyeM. 110 wood ..4 "" ladodof risk Mood dirtvt to th .k1 IP08t"t UI'. UI1U; S nu. .
; lln that much of the ..1mprbveroent '3_her. the former- editor of. the. 1 : : ..rt-,JKr\ n >.Jt* l.,mn4 whamvy nested. In airSorM,". WOMEN ,Tb.Seasderd ......r.. ':J Je
fore .
.. .
ff .. Ulan .
Chronicle was married recently I ICes.'Throug mum paiwaadashesof Bba U m ": '
." *, to be ,made ;by',,the ,comrpaby Sanford, Of ref .: _,.***""a.Ernon.Sr.b..4dasa! cburM ib.body Into.leaa. kMlthrnndlMan f _for bMk. ....HWf.r.WNo. .:.-..; t :
wlll be In.this state. to James. H. Overman. : ,swing tbs skis the rieh ..-*bee o rf ..H' _l boUclu B. 1* B. ..!... tb tluscs DIdIO co. ao w.sad.. ,, "
'.ee. ". ,Sanford. toe Blood J worMoldmaea. Try It. Sl o* pnlrg. aottt.Ltares1' .ter.. with dtrMtlom L1'.CItJ'I
tor teOBM !.. SAMriJB VRSUS by vnUs. BLOOD BALI CO.. 0. tARe6*'Ca .
lands atlsmUt, ) .
!:\DONOT' JTKET, MR CONDUCTOR The farmers on the pine' ( In -* --- -- '.* 1 .R 1 1. I I I I/ R:_1....a1 1 e. ..1.n.r-- :-' ,'_ ,- -. fNd. 'f'i.,
those ; ;
,. Dade county are' busy ,nqw., '.
: |' TiiFiund J/' :' !
'R| Urri.d Conk who fortunate enough .to have ,j' it '
:* and ,, pocketbook '.are 4 It it'x'
.' taming Over 900.i! either pepper tomato or eggplants are '

k ,. ._ !4Jruntrlck,.jack. nv1l1e.; arrived." ria.-iA.4nyacksonTllIe; lady from;to bnsv and placing'taking them them from In the the-fields.seed.beds'The adQea : s t i.eiJt .1.

i'1.mltth..earD1V..Dd-.ell,route_to'the glade-" farmers are* waiting .tor-ittbe Jiidicious.; rt sjpg p yta:
t : Itl y from the union depot.b, lost hey. 'waUrtt6-rufi off! so"that they can-commence "" Y : ,. :

r"- lretbookOtt'1 .-, s/reetcar.-The./ plowing,"their glade:fleldi; at '..;,0" - -- . f "
4IIJ __ktbook'contained t no 'In cash. the same time,they-are planting seedbed
; _
..., 'The police advised the lady'to. commu- on the high pin lands. to have dbusiness success. -An-: : :, dver"tiserienit: i {

t., tttcate with the streetcar, office and. their'.plants. ready,..'.oon'a. the water to''tb \ ,
tALabe.did 'run* off sufficient: transplant ,

r .' ** |whearthe""itreetr-tiarj, ;'.pe9ill. '.were: fields i"T e lower: East Coast will .

called on' that:' telephone'.the; ldyWSB, b.ltt In IB-market;w1t&' a.fullxrop of, .t1ii---p a pet: will bring you! prof itlable' rep\ '
/. .,1 Informed, *that pocketbook and money vegetables' this season Citrus fruit "

r;; :J.\ .bad been found on the car by Con- 'are ripening up well 'and almost dally ( .,
CVfX- doctor Johnson.- It. proved to be' ber consignment 'are being made to the ,,' ,
: I' ,-TOoney., and when It wa delivered toe northern market- -' The citrus fruit .

., .l tr she left a liberal reward fortheV la- this section are of a most excellent ttuiis11' "' 1.
.. "-. t -4fUality..th1a-7eAr... -1 : d'
1- tpnest-condnctot' ": ? ; 1 .., "
DALE ; It' ba 'been !uggeste' ; 'J II ttu : *of :Florida .beheld .,'; ,,._ .
, otuhesheriff* .. .. '. ., /, . JI'f
"' of .! '
consider why some
to reason
auwinis .
'T't'\f: Was Discovered on.:the the laws hisrdlfllcult of .enforcement; wonder doctors tell people *to
\ River. Nr. 'Oalnesvlll. >,, Would ford'''much light.tothe next drink weir. water.; ; it
f it ';
Mothers '
OainenUle."na.-Mr.-. P. BchafT bave"practical .. Nursing '" Dd..M"'jJa'l. "
legislature They Soothing Syr for Childrent.ethin.eftens ,
,f F t r ad'ji'rlch"dlcovery In'the 'we.- of H, I p : ,
T as ,to the. working s tbegulasredade.' InfammMc
;Jtern.part of the/xsountybythe- finding ofJ'L !. 'non knowledge-ittata4regulallOhl.:';,j 1e{. c t iee.SB.IepapcttMwmd, eolie.Ie:!: bottle The Old Standard GROVE'S TASTELESS: CHJM TONIC, 'drives out (aiaiia and b1 .' I-}

.i. 1\ ',' /rrWopinion 3 I of variegated: 'that trate.Mr't3cb.fferils the: :'stone''.can be .' .There;>*re' resources', in Florida ,1, Trusting to lack..a'l laxy, man's"job. systemYou know 'what you are taking. The formula is plainly printed tfn' every bottle.. showing it ,

; ....T' ,Jound therein large Quantities The which.are practically yet nndUcover l is simply.Quinine and Iron in a tastelessand the most eUectua1 10nD., For-adults and childreo. 5oe.--
-r- .
, ... >sample found will -eom &Ni) favorably dV the;'dnelopmentch'' ! with I IP
? v .

1 .SYrove-.a.rl'ch;;With those found nd.forrhu In n.::to'at exist:, are.wlfl. alrad make>C".*positively"know the E1f ** bbrap. o..s. r4n 1'"U'mN'A", 4..''M" ''FADiMori \ : E L EIS'' F : ,.DY'E: .,'S" .

\l he- land,...aa.vWeUaa: *.J;than who. ; I x47r : .<:_' ..... : ,,> __ :.1 .rJ' .;. : "
aIthe. diltcar4rj+., 4. 'J!tatei__ of the'aOutli": ; .. .da brlttt.r'" .aae tas....Nor1t a'aa.Ia.r.q oM--I -ppeieemlu.saU .---.rnri'ct,... seed vr4...
:',,: e.a dye aR.,...arms -t- ........ .!!!- arts. ao..ta .aow" w t..1 sse.e.d awns... alY. iralYltlltA, l'tha- llaleseysA9sa/r" .
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; Br., E. "' "'. CONVENTION. I Dargalus Cash Store ,i\!I I I"I"I" IMPROVED' SERYICE '19 ''t HEAT .

f. .., ., ,
J'rooa Frldar' evening tilt Sunday by keeping ,the. otaurcb open' where 'White . O
rA Lawn 40 hu wide. 16c per Vard. r, ... .
".lo.Fr Octoberj3O; |tcr''November 1, there was no pastor. 'i ;.. VIA-4r \ I f.fATLANTIC'
; ,
: Saturday afternoon the .Kndearor- Lace'from, 8c to 16o per vard. ,
., there ooayened ln.-Kl.slmrnee a splen of Junior lu ... 'a'-(, Pants $1::50 to $5.OOperpaii. ", ,\
_ ers thought work sod Dress ; ;. :
did J hrIptln I ;Endeavor' convention\. sentlal'obligations'which" are Dot felt Pair Stnpe Pants at $l.OOv. . '-!,:. ,,,'' CQ'AST! ; LEffatlve '
'It. wasvtbe first bel ..In Or.on''and 0.. y should be. Nfr. Claude HawthWnne ; at ", ., ;
Trunks and Suit Cases lowest prices.' ..
. .
eoladistrlot-foii-rseveral-- and of Ocoee d..tho,Jupeolng song .. .
. .. ? 1H5: Picture Frames from 25cto $a.50 each. ;' ';"" -. .
... .
.. bopevao openiduorway Hl'y.1ce..A_/nference.,excellent: pa- : ; "'
- -" -- .. __ _.. .. .
jtreater growth and good'workt dur xpers and testimonies, made this a very. ;Crodkeryat the lowestpricesz : : .. = : ",
b toy( the. .coming year. belpful session;for Junior workers. ..,* j i Fancy Straw Hats atcost.:' . f .. ' ,_ ; 'Sunday, Sunday; September 6, 1908., ;
The first tour .service were held IB Haturdaf evening was devoted to V Beit : + .
,the .Presbyterian church; Sundaysolrbbl fellowship. "In the ,"llIah hour" \1. ') Shirt ma4e fop $1.00 eaCh ,I t jI' '. y.
And two oCher sessions frhe adellffhtful reception was given at 'TinWare at Cny'old! price. TRAINED. 82

i"' ,Christian church," and the closing ser- Judge Parker's residence greetings The:only place you. can, get the Be .veYBran'd Hat.. : XE/tVINO, .JP: KISBIMMEE 12:11)H.. '\

atop came In the spacious.Meihodls Were 'received 'from--abaeht-fripuds In ---:3---- .. Arrives W.8 ; x,8,40 A.Me '
Jessie li" ;: : ,
er "meeting house! :, v MR.r. - and out of Florid. Misses ( ;
. ., add Mrs.ranjrdonoi: DeLand,' Cornell and Ruth Butler of Kisslvmeeled Headquarters for ,the" Shoes in Town. *'- Baltimore. -,..\' / :10.00..A."M.
State 1 President.WJnnard. of Tamps devotional andsonar serviceswith Best ;
+''s, *?' and ibe State 1MIC a hroLhnrlv- love"- as the riougbt .., .. Philadelphia! :::..;. ;.:w, 12.18Jfooit> '
; R.vandMr. for-their of the eyenlng's pro-, ,. ... .
fdjstric( rue.-. : \ part New ,
Y'. ...; :........ '2_.4.K..',
11: Lonvdon made spendld: helpers} the gram. .. . ::! . : .
former ably presidMig'over! every sea : Sunday morning Rev. Lonifdon s SHOPS .
*,*-.10..-. and !of"'...''j London, ." roviDa preached ,"an eloquent sermoo. on TllERaYONE fin )JJlncHiNE QUICKEST TRAIN TO TIIE-EA8T. Through ,PnU-.
> .
.. equally| fncfent. la rpanv'waysespecl 'There was no room lo the inn
laU *-io the Junior portion of the showing'how"oubearC.\ .. are now so -jlil!!' Yestlfoiile, Sleeping:Cars., Dining Curs.r 'V-

program. 'Rev. WJnnarJ conducted often closed all were the lodging places ANTHONY A. LOLL, Proprietor.FairbanksMorse :. ).; ,:
ChrUt's birth.
conferences, on practical Christian (la Bethlehem at
M, work and Junior;Endeavor: societies. Sunday,! afternoon Mrs. Ix>njrdon .. For tickets, reservations. or Information,'.call,ton; nearest Atlantic C9a.t.'Lllle "'!,

fd'-Young People.;'! ..most earnest Park spoke to the children of Klsslm. 3.V. CARR T. P. A. .J. O. KIRKLAND, D. P, >. +
,,"nd4a-tbe point. Ml I.* Allee Whitman mea,. giving talks enjoyed by young Gas Engines TAMPA.. FWRIDA. I

4( >poe ., ."A,P'ear.for' ;,Pity" and "The excellent' missionary-work paper. and Irrigating Outfits. WILMINGTON: ,]tf.., . .' iH
c i Lesson of .. -. ,-. '. PracUcel:>ervlce for'Florida Endeav- .
Many fine paper"were' read. Miss orers to 'do, received notice. Miss .... .
,,'Orr, >' Ocoee, gave-one- '"The Emma Yowell of KUslmmee, hsd a I' ".---- =akat , siltlr> c.JUST'RECEIVED .;l

,Tenth Legion**; aridMl. Matll One paper on-the 'Quiet Hour." : : REPAIREDARTESIAN ; fut
RENTED Oft r"-
: J
4 ,- Iiesvee--about' "'Piae.M. tIDjf' Hundar: -.enlllJudtre Parker, ---.-- > LINE OF
'Work." of the Presbyterian Bndeavorers In -- -. - ,

Friday'eyenlo/l/ temperance and cit KJuslmmee, gave a chalk talk, Illustrating ..
henshipreceived ecl.I'notice. The \ Abe cure of God over Uis children WELLS DRIVEN ANY DEPTH J

tidal plan .cItbJeDshlp work was through life. Good music helped ,. -- I Wh1teHR-O's* .
f emd*. Mr. Woodward, wife of the.Methodist to make this servli.-e more: earnest. : e ,'1
I, ',,1 paiior:in :Ki..irsmeer grave At Its close Itev. Lon Il'don, In touching : '

4 ,:" s/glowlntribute to temperance.; The' words gave the charge to the Knowing We Solicit aIr Kinds Work '
aerrioe closed with the State noon. new district officers two of Repair i. I
"Florida for Christ whom could not be present at the ..Installation '""I ,.
Saturday forenoon wa'devoted to : President, Mrs. J. W. Mller I I. ; "

district union reoorw and practical Klsslramce; vice-president H. O. Goods ; t ::1
Christian Endeavor work among many Ward', Winter Park; swrotar, W, L. D N-N'S WORKSNIGH "
lines t>f duty The: report for stalls- lewla, Ocoee;. treasurer, Miss Mattle WAGON 4 .
tine Ip the seven" societies comprising Rear... Winter Garden) Junior Superintendent -
i Orange and Osceola district showed Mis Urlfrgs Orlando.EigbteenoutofKlsatmmee i '
w an encouraging increase in member- \ \ delegates . Canned Fruits. Jellies Jams?:Marmalades Vegetables., .: II

u 1, hl ship. One society (Winter Garden) "registered! It 'was pronounced one pf GRADE .vEHICLES MADE TO. ORDER 4 -- Fish, Etaj
ha been organized during theyear, the very best Christian Endeavor con- l
and nrf\ societies lost. There are now entlona ever held In a ,Florida disrict. AT REASONABLE PRICES. J II

alwut'l41 member 99 of whom are : .. S. Flc'ifJd &
active, .Orlando Presbyterians have "Praise God from, 'whom all blessngs .. j R. ;
the Urgent .organization and do the flow" . j
bet work In mission glvfpg. Moat of GirXt-E A. TOWNSKNI! ._ -
the societies reported beet work done State Press Su|>erintnilent. .f **" .4'' 'g'"V" 'v".yrTv''v '1 r-'y.v-.,". '--,_,". ......t T dpi

s Black&mithing, Horseshoeing and Repair Work of .' --... r
l Resolutions of Respect. E N. FE NELL All Kinds Done by First-class Workmen. >tXt000t....,
k_ _.di. ....Wi i IUI.ODe.of our aa sotlal.6H! In President. "'Vlc:\PreeId.nt. 'S5rNarr. :. I \
a the Faculty of the OnceoU Hlirh I I
.Schooh. Mis Mamle-Wood ll, has General Repair Shop. ,

t'' ,v 1 e 'the suffered loss of such her a devoted recent bereavement and affectlon-in J.. J. DANN Proprietor. :L JMBER"'CO <
' '
t Ion- M mother; Jbeit Shoes Harness 'and .
Resolved by the Vacuity of the QIIeeol ,
.Hhth-Sboot! : -- SaddlesyMended .
) ., .
*r -lt.That; In Mr. Ella B Wood all -s- I ,Ii'.
wa reobarnlze a bright strong Chrla- \
tied character, devoted to her family Broadway Next'to Sunny I.. r
upright In her moral and religious CMllr ....AOH.. IE..NIEr: MAO'. Rough Viand' Dressed Jr,: I

'. life, and a great pleasureamd comfort South Stables. ( .
ty those. with whom she associa '
d ''' ., MACH BROS. '
; -
ted2nd Pine
,- That In her death we realize 70 ) Lumber. ;
distinct loss Co the community and I to fKae 4 1
her,';That and having friend abiding; con- Oi1Nl-. : 1 LI ery Feed and Sale Stable. f f.

''fidenoaln her strong Christian chr-// rinvar iMfcro 'lrCaCDClOQCCCCOQ
i* 'MW acter.Snd ber'lontf life of ll HOUSE
i we O 1IdeoU? believe herdeatn came .j I t ,"
.. a great. relief to 'her and that her i iW ) ( OtD000BGIrOttCltrOtiOflfltl0ttIN1fNKNNWKNNNNN _
EvWrythins is New and First-Class. We will' ,
: prcoeat.'and future abiding state is. one \ ,
of great" happiness'and JOT;' ,.I are Ferry's the bent Aeeda known'ajidthe a ; 1 [ender Prompt and Satisfactory, Ser- .r :: ;-
4th. We commend her maD '. virtues "
moat reliable' eeetla "
and her strikingly "pure life'to' Every packagehaa behind crown.It the re utaClnU" ..i( All Kinds ...- -Wl4b- -% % %%%% ,;
our bereaved associate. teacher ors house whnee bualnea*atandard*are the : ' IrL- ;; Hauling.
t i'
as1 1 Heavy l lA ft
worthy'to be imitated, and that she hl.hs.t la the' i '. '
.tees I A...U will IM aunts FREE : South
'P' r? remembered as .shining exaippleoil I .to.11\ appaoant& t eontatn.oler.d, p4tN, ,a.nranae.tnvL..d EAMAN'SOL; .STAN4 PHONE: 113.x ; -Sunny j Stjibles :
unselfish devotion to duty; fuf d..or/ptley / &Dddl.-u.- l ..
for ,, ,
bereaved'members planltm OTPr laoo wrttiOfi of vT.lablO: : aDd "';" "" """ "" ;
6th. We extend to all the Flow SMda. InraluaU*In all. $* w .
of, the family, Including' the .. '
D. Fimtr CD Detroit viol i
aged father and mother and the broth, L. H- INGRAM. Proprietor.N.N..aNaNTHL.1NNN,1 I i

'eraas well as the Immediate family .
: 1j ,"""e : Of the\ deceased, our heartfelt svmpa- .' I'' \ N N.\N.N..NN.p.NNa
yl thy, and commend them to the Great "' BUDD D TREES i
1 Notice of Application for Tax Deed .
ti Comforter _
8U>. ;,That.a copy.-of lhe.e rese4u- Under Sections S74 and 575 1

1' tloo. be handed to the family and one. I' -, Revised Statutes ieswortn Nurseries. 'i __ ._ _-_ :: .. _ J""o.e.JctL .'" .......
furnished to the Klsslmraee. alley .Q acette of Rorida. !a-.MM..a.NN.'a." ' ' ' '' -1.waMN.aNMM..aaaw'-- --..-- +
s for publication. >
,EM U. Notice '1 U herejr ijTcn, 'TBSl H: C. SUnford: Well equipped' wJtlfNeV Stock. aucl V hfcleH ank'' .: ':
,. MAR1' BaYAN purchaser of Tax: CeVtIAcUe No. 44 dated the 9E sit CO.. PPOPRIETORS J. W. HOARD AGENT '
-i ,
fey '!- IjTrtjKMMA! f -YOWH4 b4 .dal. (,.JnlTv.A.. P. -.;;JIM" "led.Jald l lccnlBcaie 4. prepared to --meet all, demands with: Perfect Satis-. i ':
la my office, and liai-raade ippll. 11e kill l ha.e ready Vor next Fail and Winter planting a general .. faction. " T f -l '-II
I :*'f: St ... cation for tax deed to luue lu accoHUnoVwIUi -- -unent of Orange and Grapefruit j.yarie ',<,
_ _" -,*<.: ..,. .1<': WO" law"." 8aldceitllo( t embraces th'a folloiriug. ....I JOur tree are-budded on frood healthy rough Leooon and ,
T"Of''en. ,'Solioled.fz .-, described PI'Op6ri' .Illa&ed, Ol eola uatj- u I Orange/ roots,guaranteed free from 4n eou .. ta of any kinds' -I''
I'' I.'';* riarlda, te-wlti .' '; 11 Laddedlfrom' bearing tree In our grove and therefore. true to $ ';. .,;HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY-: : .; ; ,
w, :y'X ,',The; .*..lell b't St.'John's Guild of thee t( Begin,.feet month 47' decrear e*.i of moat am L ,' Our faollitle* for growing nursery >..tockr; are second to ala'a 'rwww A
,' ft4! ,.Eplsodpal church area desirous of do- weeterir corner Lot f, Block.:U ot the Booth 00 I atid our frees areas fine as money and twenty year' experfenc > 'S T
''"L *lag what they can towards 'a thanks-, norlda Bailretd Co p&ar'i ''aurre of' the r can produce.': We. are making tpeclalty this season of the :
pK' 'glvlntfjaffering for the Churcn Home Town 01 Klamlmmee City, and rue.south 47 de. .tam In* California Valencia Late which Is\ destined to become the .

j; ;and Hospital at Orlandp, and solicit- weep,et M feet north 4*is..,...., .... 6teet. rre t moneymaker In Florida. Our Valencia buds come 41-
'>>. the help of the churches of all.Other ( north 47 d --. west M feet south 4S dereea. >- rest om the best bearing trees In the district now. famous for. pro-' .A.N.NOW N.CEME'Nr' :T'
Vs- denominations to take part In t.beaood . veH M feet !IY If the best Valencia la California. : :.

,ijj*>Work. :The contributions mar consist I The MId land b lnc-tawaaed at'the Mate'of |Prices : botha .. .... 't ,'"
fo to .1. W. HOARD, ; Fla.; or call and see our' Naf n'aunoun '
'ot packages of teaooflee: Wri : '
one-pound 'We'th.'t
: the"Issuance ol suck eertlfloeJ la the name ol take pleasure } : tng to our 'frleads ; ,
f >caao gooda.ori: .groceries Of. any IT. Mano..'_ __ JJll-- 1 T ,ieries at Waco on Fllrida'Midland? R. R. > :': thatjTO'haTeopenWrups ':II \
tried; I 110"bed linen -.or.oldllnel1: IsLed Val_ MId oertlBcate .hall be re4eemedooordlac - publicjpenerslly! <
\ :much | there. The express corn- to Law tax deed will l Isu. thereon t MERCHANDISE' '
i pang. Ill' carry_ free of ,charge ten GENERAL.
oe. the'Slat sip of KoTember. A. D. 1008.Vltnea

QI POUD jlwill.I packages 01';leas, and, if each *my official( ; ilinature and meal this the alsby Macnir tt Chure committee> to
appoint re4'
*rd dar ot A. 0.1908.
October. Our stack -.
,oelyeJ pack and send the good*,'it will (r' At| E. L. LESLEY. goods/ : fresh and_ will ,be1 found u. to d.t.e X;=,
r'R be greatly appreciated by St. John's e Clerk Circuit Court fa every partlcular': >.f lyfe.Aropose. to do a general barter bust-, ray v'1

y ''Guild..**'well as the
r and Hospital.; Address Home Mother, By 8. U. 'BULLOCK.: D.C. ": value, cattle, hog-sV'fruit., poultry c1- a\1\ country produce 1 :
Churctr Home and Hospital, Orlando, J .J' Portible and Stationary Knglnes!: 1
; .We bare secured the seryloei of Mr. T.'N. FARR as manager; '-,
y Fla tSend also a letter .or pestal to Saw Mills,, Wood-worklnjr Maphin- <\ :1
":t the Bx>me Mother notifying, her of the Notice of Attachment. cry Shingle Mills, Lath Mills'and, who. will. be'found. ,ut the store at,all"times ready. ,to serve ybuu '_:\1 r '
nt. ", .c ,.. general :11cc1: of supolles. Complete v KJ \
packages sf Jt' 2
,? la the Clmvlt : t ?; Xntributlons, from' the members tath areultofn.w '". 1.-stock-for Immediate
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X'Of- tit .:ablpmneDt.rtiSold on easy terms. = :; :
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"Jf! Altdackaires sent about theNovembelv. W.5.agPartisr:sd..all etben fateraetediTo will pay you to'consult us'beforebuyInff. j L \ :
:f middle ,of \. The Church *are .berabr ......... that the abere-aaei -Postal will bring our sales "
', 'H and Hospital 1 a charitable In.11 _, J. ft.STRATTON'AND A.. /, '' .4
Write F. .
/ '. gait baa bora buUteted' la add court sad n..Ar.i irequired $',;4 4.- man. for Illustratedcatalogue. BASS. PROPRIETORS.Fertilizers . :
d.4. .ttl.u on. taking. 10wltboui ''that come to
.,.,. and price .
to appear la amid ass en . .. .. .... '
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l lI own 16 :of our people here
i many 'default. will be aatered acalaat yee and the atWUneee .s avorj'te ..' < :
.. '.. ,;' thpu hast muohJ give plenteous.thou .._.. apart. to thdactoohd t ep.rtr. .' : .:1
.thou hast little, do thy diligence ..... : ,
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mrhaad sat the eawtat aeuer - a..r!
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Oeoeola County Florida.By
t'r t< t 1 .Is now at' the!; Hoate Store, .i FBRTIL ; i.I' \
......."J Lh aunry Itjou wish to have' the boy. call'I ., ARTHUR K. DONI GAN.. D. C. AIL Kinds' of Frames : EiMATEE44S: J

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Board County t*
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I. r,,: ,;,r Stiesldential i and far of the hire of county convicts for . .
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