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: July 13, 1906
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: VID00237
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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.'Hnb> 'MoNtMlY. . 'mmr.OF :'. No.rants: '.600-1 Nos 714-715 were cancelled were drawn and.. o"te par ad, MfOffANT. 'STSSiON$ .' 4? .. : "_ .-. I ....1

) Mr' 8/Y/ ,,,Way, of Orlando; rep!"'"* I T ; : : ;
STOOL BOARD. sentlng the several' Insurance com of'ramcouncilMM ( 'SPFJIrijGQ) ARRIVING.

'p ., panies'met with the Board and submitted M'
the estimate of the losq. caused I MM*'*.. :'
by lightning to School HOUR Not 1 o ,

i More 'Teachers Appointed and a'M'lmat.ed.b1 Controotoi e.Ellis and Mayor. ',..Instructed ,to Enforce. '
r, Barnes and upon motion the same was .... :Largest ,Stock !' -
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'Routine Business'. Transacted, accepted.; Estimate on building 707.00 Ofdi., ant. s.," New. Well. for. , ; ,
; Bears
and on furniture W34. Supt. . .. .
iC18.DiNPz. 1906. was Instructed to sign proofs of loss Broadway.. -- 2 .' I
July 3rd .
Fr..A.1. I _
\ the draftsfor
and "
for the Board t.a'1I Latest Style;
f ,The Board of 0 Instruction met .
.In reguisrsession tlftjre\ being present I the Board soon as same was Town Hall. Julyl'3,1906.) : 1' "'

C. F. Prevatt! nd'J. B.:Tumbllru: also received' from the; Insurance. ..companies. i The boil nell met to regular ..loo I

gg W; J. Sear., Superintendent; Mr... C. .. .. i, I there being present W. I*'Van DUlor.I \ Pr .4' '
? F. Prevail was made .chairman pro The Board then considered tbs best Pros E. U> Lesley, L;: M.j W bid den.T : Lowest c sCONSpSTENT .. : <

r tern.Minutes plans for the repairing of.'the school I M.' Murphy P. A. Vans .A&'oe_ > .. I'" .. .. _. ., .. .0
s'et' of last regnlarmestlng read building .. above and, upon motion City Attorney end J. R. Gilbert Jr, : fi
and approved. Messrs. T, M. Murphy, M. Kats and cleric WITH AFRESH, HONESST'GOODS.,

', J. U Gilbert 8r.. reported'' as, follows J. W. Thompson: were appointed a The minutes of-the last meeting w... .
I ? >!'. committee. to have the same repaired read end approved report of . ,

Board 'PuUU I..tnalb. .4 at the least cost possible aol. the -said and .. . .:. .,: . '
To U> Honor bl. of were examined and approved ) '. < .' . -- ,
and I nanwtth. for 0C.qos'ands aa Trr.urw .1 gentlemen act for the were Board.given full power to following bill. wflre'approved" and.".ordered mall child of the said W. 'W.dIUotr t ; .. '

i o cola County for the month. of May. A. D. ISO*. paid. an follow,: upon the street of the town of f '
salary -
Upon motion the of teacher 1'yl'; w.' "...........1.y..ltgari..1.,1'11: lmmee city on the'17th dayof
SCHOOL FUND. of school'No 12 was raised to 146.00 Laonard Wffliama.!! ......., .. Mammal.... SO .,., A.D. ..11106wa.. 'kicked by a ; iRINGTAN'SOMMuIT1
1...... SSSO'MTo par-month 10.00 of name to be paid I' ,, east..mayor-ami, *.>,7 and had \Its arm broken and ) ( t
: AprtlLTobaLhonI.-t.amount ....v.d from ComptraOar. out of sub-district, fund and- ,J.. M.' I JRCUb.rtJr..Yry.iuk.LA 1.1Robaraon. atlanr aa traaauror...:.,,\wiJS' ''I' .."e'I*!' lniuod;',.that. the ,,

smouat tt..4v.d' tram-Compt.of.u,. S p -04To limy was transferred from .Campbell 1 J R Oflbart.Jr. oanoaUrn. partlnoata*....,t. S tHlTlnnrea) said child'was. run z

.w mhod........ 14 p school to the said Narcoossee school E: t, Laalay..-k. aanoaUmaoartiftoaUa.,. ..I..., S at lam on,, the .Lreet.I'l.o', .said I . . . '- t <" ,
To amount raoaivad. from CompUolhe. ., No. 1LMiss: f\ OH W MarrlaoB, rat, of oouneil"aId teomoa. ?, f of Ki..lmme. City contrary to. ,.....,r." _' .1. . .bI. akhoola 140 OS Georgia Owens wa.'I' tbe VQu8oo'! ... ...'wM'. ;.'..1 . .GOODS
.T.amountT.o.Iv.drotaCompta.nwAC .n ,1Iw.IgrYy..W..m.a .. ,,: 1 No. J, of said city. ; :
,' L RR taxaa 190S......... ......... .., 1_ MmayLTa Campbell school and Miss Cora Owenswas .. r.Id.nw..p (Signed.) fJ..AV. Ouvia.U ,. . .. '. 0<" ,., <
+ 182 N L M Wbaad.n.I! 1C .. ,
r ',1 :M.j L' *ooUaatortaxaaUOS.poll.1**. .,, ,...,..... SUPS given the Clark, school.- TMxarlmmwCwtt..IwinUnr... ;...'> T > 'A. MINX.. # ,. "It. .r .{
'- Miss Mabel TUon was 'given' tbe Oseola Canty. and road _..... MS ', for W.; W. KING.The ...
Bypald warrant aa par lYtFuss. .,.. 4-41-MT school at Bull Creek at1 a .-\..Iar, of A r Be I. man far ........ ..... .....W above notice 'was ''referred to 3. t.

IV. M $40.00 per month. .B 1:WRmrtotar L Ualm.adranoad, .....u..e.for.,brtdca., ....'work. ..,..,.ate....' .IS* 4 attorney for investigation,' and to 1' .Dry'Go6d8 rVJ* "";S"W m mml): ;' O1 "binatSp.oee BnmMSjpSnMin and| .N t\O '. .
Tile salary of the assistant teacherof .....11... ....., .,.. ..< IT at next '
baJmms ,.... ... . ... .. 200HVJ s1 Iitfrara*aUbort.. 't. por\ regular meeting.
: : ? :> II .... hauUnrelayHanrrBrooaaa ., .,..! ... III '
school No. 13 was raised to45.00 .t' .y Street Committee work
: .. reported 011.LreetI Variety'and at-V:
SCHOOL aua-otar MO.1. haultna-eUy.; ) ,, .(;. ., Endless ;
'/" .... ....._ tam'rapoct ....... .;... V IS SOV per month. arUnThnna., ...'..>,*.,<.<- t as follow. for the moDtb'ot t rto (t :' .
By paid _.... .r.r./.3.v IS 1 Supt. Sears was Instructed to drawwarrant W t.Van Duaor. A.Pll.............;.\. in : . ... \ .''. .
sub-district No. 1 for W L Van Donor P A.' rand for UmaIB. .. ban4..wn'.1a/2,89563 1:; .
,Robut.... .. ............r.......... -u 7tMa.ool..VO on .- ._. ..tvy IS & on < "T.\:\ i .LOw Pr1ces., f.); f.j It:
desks said school sold .
118.72 for for of '
I . Injrram Aafiti & hauusIUntIpuh_.. 1* ,.: rgad maohlo. ; .26500 ,

> :'To OomptrolUr...........-A C'Lit....R.-.....i 1..',S.....,.... '171MTo 44.S1TataxooUactortaxa sum fund having by been mistake.paid out-ol the. general J T Z W..EnID..--aomaafllUna-Inatraat Traaa ndvanoad atraat o..3 work. <
a .l 06..........,.<....... SI !, Upon motion Miss Minnie E. Blasslogeurewaseleoted10theposition >Emit Qllbart.Mack,. .1ra.larys..a.Mary5.4.05..earsLP. Ktf.- '" ID dlt.ob. . 042<< : .
i.l < cc'1' of : .............. ., .... -. If". st of 10 oars of clay . . 1917ft,
By paid_...u pw Wt.' ........,,h.. SIT SSTabalane. Stanford Caraoa .._Bdw Co, ......for' *' ." :
| Elocution and .Klsslmmee
depression of the freight on clay,., .,, 84940 :H
;, . . . C."STANFORD.
w u n II: LP ./..... ..... ..... ; ." .. ?, .
-' High School for.ensueingterm. : . :
...... ,..,.*....,,.<, .:>,.,...J..! 181 47 I .. ' OeeGud WBMaklnaoaCixmdMforK_. ...UIl..IL.: L...F....*. .: . . ........."' ...h......._" .....1.009.151? ,'. 13. 1-
.:acvoot.aua-Dtrr. no. I. < Mr..'J. Tumblin 'was instructed W 1.Van Donor. P .for ElaetrlT *',,,.t.a s 'on hand , ...,. .,. 1.386. 'THE OIIGIIIAOR Ioi.LOW' PICIMINIIU1ItIISL
'4 Ta....... ....raportM. ..;,........'..:... S 47 I, to have tbe school house at tiger I W..V..Da-.J... >1.a.A..f......Joh.,... .o 1bro4t.. : The ordinance prohibiting;4. ? the solto. ;. ? ::
taKmltOt/: ....... qhw. i
{ TotaxaoUactor. ; : : 14 St' built if same could be done 'at coos : A L D.vtda.4.alary r ameY .r.aan:::: 44. 104.C of orders for LatoxlcatlDff

, >., : to not exceeding 76.00.. _. '" Vantnaor. -c... p...........", .,.... 1. ..., which has Introduced, at a> c ""
-JI ; '. By paid. warrant, aa. rB.t..4.q. Miss Cbarlottee Milton was -appointed W L .PA.tertaxbook._ d.. MS S "' meeting and passed It* first . ., lJ.
B P Dam for amlary M t of B L P. .i.* ... .. . _
ToBal.aeq,,..:'. ? -.t..;I i't. 141 SS to the 2d. place In school .No. The coiJacH was again taken up,:and up ." .' 'Y . I. 't; < ,
"of the ,
;j8! and Mrs.J. H. Bteffe was given lobe attention\ : motion ugly seconded was read a'
TobaV>aaMm SCHOOL>art.sva-Dcrr.._..-:-....II..,..4..:,.';.? 'tU StTB position of primary 'teacher In, same called to thenecessity of fixing, time and put upon Its pa......- .. 'BUppEDTREES;, 1
Y. ,p Camptrollar oao 1110I ....--............. 84 school. public well on Broadway., as the public notion duly seconded same was
'Te...110I.. .._. tazaaUOCUi.. ...>.......r IS M Mr.'J H. Walker appeared' before .generally. were very. much..ioconby passed. ,(See ordinance. .

... -441 IS :: another column.) .; ISt'EgWORTL:. :NURSERIES

,.. ... .'... There .belnic no further business
By paid warrant parUrt, ; i. / S *
". .......1.. >.,..440.0.-...I ""t1t"'tt1tt''ttt'TtJtttTlt''t'" ''' '' ''t'ltJjt'tt' ;, ,nmcncmicmninc" ' ,, ..Ion Tuesday adjourned,,August to meet in,. ,,190a, regular,. at . , . -

1'a.. ' ' CHASE, ; OOPaoPauITo"., ;t >.t ..W HOARD AO JTT.
: 0(
t1| TobalanoalartrapdrU. .......??.........'. .18 niV E :..... .GRAND ... ..:..,. :3E P.BD. W Z.. VAX DOZOB\ ,' Pres.J. ',We will'hare"ready for nest'Fall sod Winter pUnting a general' et

: ; Our trees are budded:on good, healthy row** Letaoa
l t> J. B.:_GILDERT.i8k.. 0... Traaa., '.rS' f '. ', ,, ,Sour roots. guaranteed free fro* Jnssat peate of any kind.All .
!H rTa I Removal :! SeaIJoanI''JO" East Coast; budded from bearing.**** U our: 1PO'itJa aa| there. vetroeto

". Ow--w.Board of Pnblfa Uatnotloa m E ae.:1 'Orlando,' July: .-The, prellmlnarr I name Our feeUfciee for growtesT 11IMOS7 .* ... .. tot
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A. sad for Oaoaola C-.qos' tW.* -* 4.r..... L mtmT, *> tIIJJ i '
., } I ala'
ji'I ;...IUI ........ my raport aa Traaaurar a* - ,of.tbs.tMw branoh- nftfaqr Se- r Jg
,:V TJiftaam-County. far tba month(J.a.. A. D. ISO* Air Line Railroad from* thin .j P81'oaD 'OCIIIOIIoo We ... uiUMapi wpaolalty eaason of
f .. ''sc.ooc-ro,. .* 'ON. AUGUST. tat, ;. Tii11: 'remove::our' atom ..from, : ,$ to the East Coast has'been Com I I tbs.gloss CalltoraU. V.lea.la7t3E\wbicrTta-ftfalned\ so beeosBey
|.f \ the ioflortdm.. ': Valencia beds. came
: mosiey-oiaater '
''I Te....... from laM Newt..............S' SOS SITo E' Kisslmmee to .Arcadia, and in order to- reduce': ' 3E. leted. bat and begun.The the work' of.route looatlog runs' the di from to. .boa bearidig Wees Is) ihs. distrtet. now faasoj-s Cora

r.,",1 Tataarapli amount from Co...,GomptroUar.........". ..'.taxm........I..O. I St A stock we -are offering; 'our entire l line' .6?. : 17 southeast ,from this city"and producing bwe..Valssioiae. to OaHforaUWr :'

.To. wnoantnoolvad tea! Camptrollar... .. ._ near post- .. .ipr'Pri-wto' :W.'JfQuD.&#& BfeJ ,+-t* air Nita "
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Taamount -..,..,.... ,_ I1rhr.e : E 'DRY POODS SHOES; CLOTHING a'M ee.etekt CoDWSUDWI t* reMM. .. " 'I.
: 'W. ''
MI h8eho.1. .. .'.... ., ....,....,..r'0 ':1 ., Maval ...a. r . v .' ...... .. . .
'Toamount from .Iea..u.e- E= : ' FuRNIS.t1iN : ,
taxai 104...... .-.'. ......,..... .....'''e4oT. SS . '\-AND. & ::7't.'l: 'Ii paol o ka a te af .a; l.'
.amount raoalnd from tax: ooIUctor, Tv. E "' \" ,'. "..: .Ii"\"r. ( 1 ,. ', ... , ,./J
om.wetree.l..d. '-. ;" '. .-. ;...r.v... SOS ,I. 'AT'AN BELOW COST '" i [ 0IDe fifty,mile* or more sootli- 4 '' I "" w 1 o .'
1' from J.W. Saara,.... e ; : ., ;vir ; '.
of...............VM.J...............r..,:4.". IJSSBy -of and thee supposition Is '
the new line'will: strike this
E' body : ;
tf'TOO :3. 'Y1B.'MAKINSOw CO.
paid warrant..par list ...-.,.,.,..VS. Hot SSfl E ARB {OOKINQ' FOR ,' ., ,. I land and then continue to tbeooasu : ," '
fl saw'is DON'T. MISS THIS SAUL .3 It goes In this, direction It would j "k. ..'
Tab.Ynei --:--- I "*_ the Indian river to the .vicinity 1. .f ,
f i bsTB '
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;'TO 1! e ;f .
ToaJnttranJarMdfroni'aCTlthpoH. . oihi. 00 :::: Eau Gallle. At this point there f* .II DEALERS. . 4.
'' '' ....... -'---. 7C1'O..iojf"h. liver to MerrlU's. ... .... I.i :d '.. L'r i: 1
i W 1...._m.tIaoaf.1"4..w.w_ :;:;. ..:;:.Hu: ..000: EM.k.KANNER & CudiiUtiittUUtltftULUllit1LUUlLUlillttiUUUIIUiUIUiU1UitIt: where the line could be contin%:, r ,. "'!'4! h, "" .- co! .
Up the Island to CapeCanaveral. : \ .
I- ' S4S47CHOOI.SUB which point there U deep ; 1 'r
.BmT.KO.1.. fine harbor .There I. ,a. '
..ToDalanaa..lant. . -,(... .-.f/.... .18TI & demand for some kind ofd- I j, ; 1.i 1: .A' '
OcHOOL a&poT. 1190 L, ' '. .:?? } communication from hereto nA.R IW; Rl

-r..ia.t"-.J.; : .JIi.\.i"19117. .1. coast:, and the Sanford line will ;
t 4 TeOomptrool.'Y nd.tnptlo.iar..y OS
To .. . .. supply the demand In some :
tax .u.o tajua 1-. .. yy.ln.\.....,..-..SS the Board and- .te that b. would I npfenoed. same being ollt's>t 'oommhsloo. & manner There Is si be&t> ,
. ,... .,, -
1 hint' !' haul nine children to the. Basenger/ lakeand surroundlogs'atconway "" ;".1' "" -, ;'toi. \
f By, paid warranteaaparlUt' . A.,.......;. -:l.Vw school for 12.60 pel'-moDLb and upon Whereas the clerk'was instructed & a town located there\ woula llmmc:* .

Tobaiaaaa..,*..;*..,......>.. ..ow.....,,.-. "181 odi. ] motion the contract was given to Mr. : procure bids from well '& '" command attention ae a pleas J .'. < .." '.'" .'_ v-l.; .......... __ ....
.' .f SCHOOL.Va-DtflT. M O.( Walker- .'Mr.. Walker was also-requested I, for putttnirdown one and one bait(li ... ...:., .... "' .
........Ld.pert..'....t.,....,,., ,,1'-./.$ '141 N101 to see Mrr So1icf.l.l1.nd.M4 tool'tuAlf Uulurf 4t 1 l'ioU1.w: .; b1J. ? t r.-.mmaenmsu. rsvesn.aHas : YTi m'a'iJ" ? wf "
.W 7t TotaxeoUootor.toJtaiSOS..W.,>.;>..;w see what arrangements'be could make der. .Same to. be done as. early I Stood the" Teet'28 Year: V : N :
with him In regard to; hauling ''otherchildren possible ,. "'
4? .Byp.Mwrrsata..MKU.tlvisrry.., S,, 1 leODl> SSiv and to. report his .finding to .Petition 'received from citizens 1 old, !>original Grove V Tasteless ., 1" .. ;:.. '.",'..J '..'L'r, f ,

'- 4.. the Board. : North KUsimmee asking council ,.Ton to. You know what you are '' .' : : . ., .. ". . I. p
TobaJanoa; t..A.M.: ......s .'1911CM.OL.UD.T. Mr. J. B. Tumblinwas requested to Install streets lights on Main '. It Is Iron abd qnlnfee In a : rS4ddles
11' 110.&. \ i look Into the hauling, of pupils "at commencing at Mr George Bass' restdenqe .tel.. ) form.>No cure, .no pay. .60o. I ' !
Tobal.n Jut --.......,,,. .,,-.... Harness .
; ?) Whittier for the ensuelng/ year and Ur and running north to Mr. 'A. ,,' 1 ; :
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<,V *- y.-..
By....... warrant aa par.........,,........ S '4MSS Board. .. , road. By unanimous, consent" Some Pertinent ueyie3. ' .,"ol.l.. .
1111I' The salary of teacher shoot No. 10, above request was" a"aot8d.aDd &.h Wonder what has' become: of 'the Stoves .,.' rt- ,, Crockery r'Tinwar'e

t .. To balaooa ,.,....,.>.,.., ......,,,.-. SI* 71 w,.s reduced to f3&.OO per month.' electric lfltb'committee was Inltl that cutting the" timber'' all off 1 ; of ' .' '.. '., '. .. \ '
1DaI.., scaooi,no. 1. Upon motion Prof. F. H. ITlrtoniraa to have necessary lights\ installed country will rainfall. '' / ;" "' ...' ... u '.
.'To balanea laat raport..S' elected to the position of 'issls- early as they could conveniently do then If fish rain down won/t there . .. :; '! '."":'Glassj ''t {',: "; ". "
To Comptrollor, State aid appropriation.. 821 OS tank principal of Kisslmmee' High .Messrs. Inscram Gilbert .'101 of fish, I think I.:beard one : .
By amt uanafarrad to. vaitTaahoal fund,t' S2S W '.; .I .. ....,
School Miss Emma Futoh was /given to tarnish pound for animals' impounded 'the house lathe lass big: shower vtlt'I'. .. ,
-.0.0.SB.. I the fourth grade and Miss. Lannle as required by ordinance one then it spattered into nothing. and !r : ,
,Taaalaaaalaatraaoit..v., uld.pproprl.U..r; ; II TS Baas the second grade: to feed same for tee.of fiOo per day couldn't find It.' Paintis"pail, ': ;
To CamptraUar..State .174 ,, further allowed In section' 2 orelinao08l. '
r lieI Therebeing no revised If the sun draws water In biff streams "* ,2-: ,
Board adjourned till next .' |( ' >/ ** '' st :1W Ib3 i
"lan they;how sometimes, wou'$11 have
,"". :.......wara.baia.' .' ..". """ ..'" U' 10 meetlntl',1- > -- bU"O"1 The above proposition '..i''; unanlmously lotto draw?' rThen' . 1 r_. 4ii Wi5liades: ';

*A' "41' $1 : .. .. "$-TMsTire : W. ,J.'SKARS ; accepted. and Inuram', &' Gilbert's : if cutting, those'' forty.foot a _I.. , : .. ,. Matting. l, ,., "and.... ... d
caat C..F.; FBBTAT Chairman., : I stable was designated. '.as1 and-oaks out of Florida: ice. the ldy "-
' Am Te ajM:,..:eoBoetav-.-.v.S 11100 city pound -- .. of so much cold weather, 'and it 'I'\"J
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: ,_P0T.0a00LI 1 .of41ngeleaves;; .. j The following' resolution was Intro to-'crow ,would, 'stop ai blizzard :; Fafjtiing ltiipleffienis ,
duoed by E:: L. Lesley. which u'nnanlmously
; the of ''miles'
was loa at rate 60' an
*?: 1' ..
10 00 last ,0;, ,
; 'We received through the' mall' adopted.' : ' r" "r: 6" '
By amt traaafarrod to 'I aohool fund and five miles high, ,what ,
'stop. .
ova ,70 sf. i
.... . )
week of entitledVOrange' there are-at .. > .... .
r BtCCLBKRT. : , BR,Co.Traaa.. I IlirI a copy a paper, I Whereas present quit.a them la.lot.erP -' ; : ',d 0 -!- ".. IF
*. Leaves, !which ,1s neatlywritten number of ordinances of the town Please answer.tirough ''the' "Volley.9TmsM. ,' g
'*,/ | The. following paid and ;.cancelled on letter paper, and gotten up I KlssliLiieethat. are not being .! : .., Agents for 'tbe. J PITTSQURiI: ,STL'1d'' f. : .
//J 'warrants.. amountlDg In tbe graod total In good form,' containing. twenty-one the same having been ignored for several .. : : ; .
}' to the sum of$1334.61'were' : ..burned pages of real lively well written articles years; and whereas It U the . :+, i. *" t it...y't' 4'4 .. 3" '1,...... ,Ktd
In open session. \ on' various subjects As"' the of the council that ,these ,lordloa I New Officers Installed. Got' : ying1 '

-j' Bills were approved and- .. warrants" Fourth of July and the.origin -of Its should be enforced:' , \ J''P .odgre.R.. of P.', ,held Its piir pricesrbefwc;;b ; < : l -

r.& Issued a* follows' : celebration 1 Ie given most prominence, be it resolved that the" mayor'of &.h '\ s.iml-annual installation of ." v".'" .. N'1. .. . . .y J. ,
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: Via Varma d"Bosom i.rr taachar It Intended. .KUsimmee be instructed .
we presume was a sort town .
y 1 ..... -. ..., i .. last Monday night when the MlDaUUUIiHK..C
Benol I40.N.W.nY. T>i..SS 00 .l afJ
and enforced )
Fourth of edition: enforce have ,all of "
Of July special
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Ibbrwtt' Bfjae.7ammY.twro.a b1 .,.". j4. Sree Publishing Company. delay and to assist t.b.m..balIQ th.discharge }
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t -I; a r ewtrA1aST..y.4., .. l iD":7. ::: .......r.... we 1.aI'D"1 to the. council by attorney. I* 4.Mlns, 11 arVssised in not tW ;.> <:;,,-, '. ro.e>7att;\b"' awbr,0 -. p bM.

C JD1 ..V_ "',!.JW'I....... sa.I.. ed that IrWup. by:,a.bJ. >. '. W,tWtI lbg.t: ,v'4-.f: "1a i- \-i ae tae .ndemand thai- OJ., Vas\S "- au-......wCOLLIER rt '. '.;
,not ...... N..lI WI, a girl In World' ;$ tssunmei,: who are t. 1 $ Coat Rap&9lisr.: jfcFiWr--fto ,, ,
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pro (. i&mfM&mj&KSt; ? 8 eonslderaWorj the general nako-vpV ot' ":,I3.Il.vhag-o: *i c doMesesaw'un :Tlwroa} Utobenaadeeo ,heavy .." "
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FREIGHTS COLLIDE'!'BRYAN .STANbs READY THE "WORSTED CHTJEOli | to:an Innumerable company of angel*, __I, .. I ..

... to the general1 assembly, and church : '. PRICE'SWHEAT
-" -- (it the first .bora which are written, In :,
To Answer, Call of Democracy; But NEW HAMPSHIRE'S UNIQUE EDIFICE -
\*; heaven and to God the jrdgs'of all..

O Engpej{* "\Wll'l I ;Not Work for .the, Nomlna. dECORATED BY WOMAN and to tbe4' *plflt.. of just men made'' r .. FLAkE CELERYFOOD

And Crews: of Beltr) flan-Writes Ex-Senater' Jones :: 'f VASTOfi.. I' perfect ,and 14 Jesus the* meditator, '

of the new covenant, and to,the blood :
Meet Horrible.Death. I "
.>' ( The Mr t'the
z '" Rev. Monmouth Found Of Bprlnkllng which speaketh.better\
Washington Foosniwr ,
, P ,. f ,{ I A .IIlspatchscya: Church: "Bare','<>' All OrnarWont: :'-and. things than that of A1el..1, f, r
... ... Jill Unitej-'Btates'Senator/ t James 1C. The decoration ,
Without' an Organ.-:Use She Made include drtperles, .

g' IMPACT WAS TERRIFIC' Jones of Arkansas, vho' :wa chairman ef Worsted and Paper-Mecca for' streamer of wonted and paper suspended J i .,

( .of the democratic..national committe.wbeu .'- 'I from the) wall and celling with Try This Salad is a perfect food, as it contains the ".
I / Sightseers.Probably, 'estoons. of the feame material where Cut hud.b lled eggs In even slice .,

"' W.- J. .Bryan- made his cam the moat unique'church 'to the, streamer* meet. Windowshades, Dispose of these, alternately, with thin' most essential elements to supply .

Victim* Weri Engineers' 'Atkinson'Vndr'Hamilton 'P&1&a." .." rtb.. presidency .In ..189S' be found anywhere in New Hampshire table covers and a thousand and one ,slices ot Bologna sausage crown shape"on for' the performance: 1
J : and'rir.m.n, Gentry and 1100, has received a ,letter from' and probably In the. New England other thing about the Interior of the a serving dish. Season a pint of energy ,
little edifice are of worsted and thowbo' cold, boiled potato cubes and half a of the variouZ body functions. :.
/' and. ; PJnson,. All Old andq" Mr. In which be 'announce states I I. the little union house of 'worHhip !!
Bryan .. . -
t ,
Intimate'with pint of the beet root cubes separately
were very the ,
In Eact Canterbury, some six
FPIMfu1Wi4'A.AEmPlor.s! that be Ill 'the nomination with tartar Its daily use tends) to strengthenand ?
accept miles ifrom Canterbury Oentre and 19 preacher say that she used thousand sauce ,. Turn these Into

for president for the' third' time'If It miles from the nearest railroad,. 'writes of yards of the material to do the tbe centre: of the crown. sprinkle the : regulate the bowels It' ,

w In 'frightful" head-on collision be- :U 'tendered to him, The letter, I* ,the: Canterbury: correspondent: o{ the work, and what was. more she purchased whole with chopped parsley and serve .
l It out of her salary expending 'at once. Ifiorthe sauce t tare add to IO cants a package
!ftween freight trains on:th.-r-Western :JuDe Boston Herald The little church, 1
dated at Btockholm and 1
; IS *
a generous Cup of! dressing '
cent In hat mayonnaise
t IMC o-Oiook which Is ,known 'lhoogbu3t. New every direction. For sale by gill Qrooars
Atlantic mad at Mon follow
+ a' Ilam'ablre''ae'the '"Woretel"'church The work throughout 1* artistic and one-fourth: cup of very fine chopped .'

'day' morning .,at 'K1nC.bring. 'p..*., -I .nave been watching: political ,development has been the home of too Congregational the many colored shaded of worstedare .! olives. ,,,.capers; ,. gherkins and. parley,*. '

il ''fag; just;five miles from Chattanooga, and have noted with gratification and Methodist societies since blended together with the greatest CATCHES RABBITS IN NUMBER. | -

nttneer. i.D'J""tb.. IIrbaeD toe vindication of democraticp'riwetpirs. 183 the In which the building accuracy. The best of material was Orgeat.. -
Tensv, ,the f f> "Hlnwelf and Raset* ''
You have .correctly stated wa erected. used and much of the work 1* of such Doll two quarts of milk with a stickof Victim. Traps ;t ,
,-ft (lot both train* ,met 'instant .:death;, The Snare for t
my position. A* I wrote to Colonel The unique feature ot 'this meetinghouse an excellent design that the pastor cinnamon then remove the spice from- .
,The cause of the, accident has' Dot Wntmore, I shall do nothing to secure . wa acknowledged a* an .artist after and allow the milk to cool Blanch and General Bray report
I* its Interior which I* decorated .
rabbit trap if' :
Tet'bee* 'a8CeI1&I..d.A114 will probably I ,.another nomination and do not wholly with worsted and',paper she '''completed It. Worsted flower, peel a quarter pound ,of Jordan almonds Melbourne that a nw .
9; want one unless the conditions' seem white calla lilies, roses, Mayflower, and when cold pound to a paste being used la AustsalUc\ with greatsuccess '
'' remain unknown. unUl.tho' road conalderably, mor. worsted than be :
1w whereby rabbit may *
to demand It. I that I'enjoy and almost every flower In worsted with orange flower water.'' Sweeten ,
t may;add\ paper and It was on this accountthat v
'completes' an tnveaugattoDrwblchwaar I the freedom, of private life and feel the edifice received Its name, :* the adorn the pulpit and a circular arch with milk add the almond paste and caught aliv In very, large number .f,' .
.. which extend !t. While these It is used In connection: with Small
bugIDi KorD4a7. that ,I can 'do some" 'good without "Worat cJ-church. While this placeof over let It cook a few moments oDlJ'.Je.t the '
decoration hare been Iii' the church trap yards, diagrams for the construction
'' almonds become
oily througha
The dead are W. P. Hamilton, en- holding any office worship is In a secluded part of the the ,' .
for more than a quarter of fine sieve linen of which are supplied by
c; ineer of, No. &. H. ;' certain town to' which I. a century or tammy leaving
freight.train ,8J; : Tbre are. ,however, re- access gained only .Itself -
I The trap
they are In almost the same condition the milk smooth. Place on Ice until patentee. of'the traps.
,/trii| .Mr ,engineer, on 'elPt.traln, form*..which' ,I. very much by walking or driving oTer 10 miles of Inches-bigs) ;
today a* they, were when they were ready to serve, which must be the Is 18 Inches long 12
t ,Wo. 18;\Oliver A. Gentry, IIr.maD,01l.I to I." accomplished, and to hasslt country roads from the Canterbury sta- first While the In width. It has a baloL
put up. : pastor wa day it is made as It does not keep well.' and 6 Inches
Jtfttl IS. and 11: ,."Plnson, fireman on In the accomplishment of, these reforms : Jon of the Boston .It Maine railroad .
alive she of the and door' at ;
personallyvtook care This Is a refreshing drink in case -of anced moving, floor a :
church. shows that hundreds
the register
.N I.t : I. am willing' to become the decoration and kept them clean and I bayfever or, Influenzas of any sort and each end. which opens and closes an.
In addition to the killed!; four candidate again. if when the of visitor*. are, shown.through
men party ;
her example was followed by the members wa formerly considered ah Indlspensa* tomatically. The weight of a rabbit
the ,
yarere-slightly Injured. Immediately after time for the nomination arrives ,the church every year and especially of the church after her death.: ble refreshment for .parties. on-the Inverse end of a floor closes .

t the; accident fire "broke" OUt,' Advocates ot' reform ,are' In' controlof during the summer season by Frank During the whole(, time .Mrs-,.Monmouth -- the door behind him by which he has ,
Brown of East Canterbury, who Is custodian '
(watch burned' the' body of' Engineer the party,-and.think that my can of the little edifice. The rest- was engaged In the decorating, Green .'Soup. entered and opens'the dbor In front ..I'I; .

t Atkinson, and also .burned' up one oar didacywill .CTe.the :bet assuranceof dent of the town frequently visit the and that was almost the1 whole time This Is a green pea puree, and makesa leading to the trap'7ard so that.tbe

loaded with cattle.No. victory.! If ,some lone; 'else Deems place. and are regular attendants at she was. pastor, she made her home in most delicious! soup. Shell half a rabbit has" no option, but to go on,

9 ; ., IS was-southbound for .AllanVta more" ,available I nhall. be even bet every Sunday service which is held the choir loft and she would give It peck of peas and wash. a handful of the. and when be leave the\ trap It goes

while the other engine was nortb- ter ,pleased.': during the summer .season: wen; it 1* up .Sunday tovthe choir singers.. Although pods. bock to Its former position, thus resetlng \

'bound.. The two train bad.approached "I ,need not 'assure you that I am possible to secure a. clergyman to fill she was recognized a* a good Put both in a etewpan. with a small '. Itself. The small trap yard, t

very' near 'to the' passing point 'more. Interested In seeing(i our principle the pulpit. To the natives and more preacher and a most attractive pastor, peeled onion, one cabbage lettuce, previously 'constructed ot double-wine netting :"

when the accident occurred. -'Just triumphant', than I Jua In the especially to those who are member she wa also considered very eccentric washed and a handful of wash fences, In the space between which d

} '.xactly how It happened 1. unknown.1No. ,personnel 'of the ticket. The country of the church, Methodist .or Congregationalists and the Idea of decorating a church ed splnche: add enough water or green fodder or hay 1 la cultivated or .

IS was to have taken the switch need to have Jefferaonlan democracy the place la the pride of with worsted was one of her greatest' tockHo well cover the Ingredients, also provided, and, although these food

tq :'imt .apparently failed to do so, andthe applied -to.all of the departments l.ot the: town. Tbe people of Canterburyswore eccentricities. A* a preacher she fol. a pinch'of carbonate of soda and a cannot be reached by the rabbits. It '.1
lowed the
style ot Henry Ward Beech
), real reason.why.the two-engine* the .government;',state and national, by the decorator, who was also er and very frequently memorized his little salt entice them ,to enter through the '

mashed Into'. each other may nevert6 and I am content to help .make this the preacher, and she wa*:Mrs. Sarah sermons and delivered them to her Boll' until the peas are tender, and trap to try and get out the fodder ;

be known. a* : and fire-1 .,,application. .Tours truly. ' Elizabeth: Monmouth. congregation. While her rub the whole through a sieve. Melt from the other side Two, three or ".,

u: :lrpeaaan cow void; the..power of anY ,; .;. *. *W. 'J." BRYAN," To all Canterbury and the surrounding never numbered regular more than congregation one ounce of butter In a stewpan, and more traps maybe' used In connec- ,

.. country Mrs. Monmouth was a re tlon with eachtrayard..' 'The-tnftn.*, 'oJ
A4rthly Investigation. .I 60 she was always favored with a large add to It a heaped up tablespoonful '
? ) freight" care : deemer. She was always sought in corn flour: cook for a few mldutes' tlon ha been tried with great cue- .fbees
[ the PEAKY
cAftdr'the'collision .NjO, TIDINGS. .. FROM. , audience of townspeople and In the
case ot trouble and her advice ,wa several extensive ranches In .1
'on Mo.IS caught fire, and a* there'wa'W .. summer by vacationist The seating without allowing It to brown then on
Inal.. When of the good Christian and the Inventor has a J I
elrJ any pour in the puree of peas etc., reheat Australia
way of Stopping the blaseIhey'burned'UnUllhe Fier'Expr'eised That Explorer Ha capacity, which Is 200, was very frequently
people were 111 and feared they were certificate from leading
and allow it to cook for ten minutes, number
'; fire' was satiated Perished In Arctic Ocean. taxed to Its utmost capacity.After ''.
going to die they bad to see Mrs. Monmouth of whom states that :
season with salt and white pepper: and ranchmen, one
4 eight car being ,destroyed. In frbatCapta.lJ1,Robert B. Peary ha her death the Union Society ot '
> and a few comforting, words'rom add a little cream or milk.Just with two of tbe'traps set st a small % a
addition to: these 'eight ;tft8lCbt carson tacrlflced hi* life in the effort to Methodists and Congregationalism was .
her better effect than much '
had a G30 rabbit U 't'
before serving add a teaspoonful water hole he caught I
.. No. 12. four cars on. No. s were.iybid discover the north pole is the: fear of the medicine prescribed'by the vII- unable'to secure a pastotu: and services only .; of finely chopped green mint and one night v
) ? damaged1n the'eolllaron. Of naval men In Washington who during the summer months ,
lage'.doctor: or by' his'wife I in his absence. a teaspoonful of castor sugar; serve

A- .Three of.j-the; men kllle Atkinson 'worried by the :failure;) to; get any Tho preacher: held the.esteemof : Are the church held. At Is all times to the during the, and year it with small dice of fried bread. Excessive. Use 'of Ices :'wIt
open public
t Hamilton/and.tJentry'.iwer* resident of the ship Itooseveltwhlch .
I ) everyman, woman and child in the 'wa. ago rF
there Is anything that Sexton Brawn estimated a few year
of'.Atlanta, plnson' 'wu; a resident." of sailed for the arctic .regions-, .July" ..16. village and she respected ,,thin.. likes It la to show visitor through the !Perched;>> that the. Ice cream consumed during ." ,
Ga. : 1 05., Mrs. Monmouth who wa pastor of .
.Kllljay, > 1 [ "" of ,
old months In the city
edlflce.. When the sweet s to the summer
'R. ,. ,. ,Atkinson ,was 4| ieari ofage'and i 'Advices from the' American Geographical the church died nearly 20,. corn severs make .mount
Another eccentricity the. pastor ripen In the garden select fine Cincinnati alone would r a
possessed ,:
after'admlnlsterlnc' to 'the ,
; bad been connected with the'railroad'.for'the Society add to their fear spiritual
hnlnc large firm grains and let aln taller than the.hlghe.t public ",
was her fad upon economy, and ears
'' past' nineteen' In thefarnorlh wants of the people Canterbury)' for "
years Report are that the weather but .
: while she wa worth thousands of dollars these ears remain Just as they are on building In the. city This gives
than 10 Her death was i
dur'tr1g'that term'of more years.
sand service bad this and early summer
spring che'boasted that she lived on 10cents the stalk. to,ripen. a faint Idea of the extent to,. which
due to overwork In 'striving to do
;madeA 'most,, enviable record, never wa more than -usually rigorous 'what 'w.. almost In the lit- a day'aid had all she wut.e4'toeat' ',When they are quite dry remove from th* American people use ice and .all
w !1a.lq.1W aD'acc1dent'' ot' any, coneqnenos -that severe storms bare been freQuont impossible .
i for*.that money She 'wa* so .the corn stalk without disturbing the kind of Iced drink. >
tie church where she
1 to 1 take .place. He ;Cleave* a and that the Ice 1* h.aT7.COn- slept cooked; and ate. preached While she hada anxious to have her friends follow her husks, bind Into bunches with a stripof Physician tell us that Ice eaten A.

i :wife "and six children. sequentlyit; I* feared that Peary's muslin and In the attlo quantities 'atrest .
comfortable little home'' In Canterbury example that *he wrote- book upon : hang away hurriedly or Id large ;
'W..P.: 'ItsnltRon'aged" "44 years,'bad Bhlp may .have been ground to piecesby Centre, time six miles away, she the question and distributed them in a dry place. After a few weeks, according digestion and are otherwise Injurious. .

...... Iw !tfet': T"orthe.: Western. the drifting floe.' '- was too anxious to be near her people' among her friend; but they took such to What to'Bat, the corn will In addition to this. much of v]

sad Atlstirier, ,tae .pa$ twenty The' explorer' Plan., when .be left and on that account she made her little Interest In that part ,of, her be' ready for parching and then this the, Ice cream sold In cities Is of the ;

;years* end .wad cme of the most'OOID- last, summer were to proceed tQ' the Home as,near to them as possible, and preaching that there I* not one ot the new* sort' of popcorn may be enjoyed. most Inferior kind and the cheap *'

,t>etent and 1 fathtat'eD.cmeeta >of the farthest possible point of landing found that. the church was the 'best book to be ,found ,today in, Canterbury '" Place n'.lron;spider or frying- pan flavoring aa' well a* the Ingredients J

jtoad., me leaves ,a.wile, and ,two'ohfl ,north of L .. the age of 69. at the home of a relativein or two of the corn: which should left standing for' f
141ren. mile, of the pole. There be was toestablish Her principal services were on the that It is frequently .
Ollver A.'' Gentry wa S( year et a winter baseand, make 'allpreparation'for Sabbath when she held one in the London. be husked and removed from the ear several days at a..time render it most,',

ago. and leave a wife and three chU- a dash across the ,Ice morning aDd another In the evening o just before using; the lIre must not be unh altbCuI.

(,drop: The unfortanat nian jumped thl. summer 'u soon a* weather condition with Sunday school. at the noon hour.. TURKEY WITH WOODENLEG.Big too hot and, the corn must be stirred The English give us an example of '

rn ;tit an''attempt to'' save?his 'life but would permit. This be expected During the week, too she had prayer T frequently with a long fork or It may moderation In the 'us* of Ices that ?'

fwas thrown under the train and.JUx would not occupy more than "six service, and although'many ,ot her Bird. Killed_ In, Virginia -SuperStiltons corch.: After a,time the grains will we might well Imitate and the sooner .,

;t>> >dy.;.cnt' In halt. \ 'weeks and according to hi*' oalcnlaUona -' congregation lived mile away, they of', Long Shore Hunter... have paired up until they are almostsound w* learn to check our appetite along '"
and will delicate brown
; never found ,it Inconvenient to attend In most*communities there are turn a this line the. better will be our'health {
,be would reacll" home' not later certain
color when they are done
eMURDERER 'D'UNKa ot and listen to,her* advice to men and persons who posses peculiar characteristic and the less our doctor's bills F7r
POISON.; October this year. Bsquimos Turn the parched corn Into a large ,_
: "tfc/ ,t > > and dog*.' (It is ,supposed were taken women .- *, habit and belief, and this bowl and pour over It 'some melted ,

-i'-it ';f Ijneook 'Escape* Callow* by ;Taking aboard the Itoosevait last summer, Mr. Monmouth was not an ordained 1* true of the 'long shore sportsman of butter stirring the corn kernel about Says'' the Richmond Times-Despatch r.

..... .- : Inhabitants preacher< nor did she have a license; the old Mother State as of persons will ."France has more small proprietors-' .'
U the hardy be buttered
srbNiA.tdti for it on so they evenly, as one
.... ', ''I. < :1.; ". 'of the polar region;that Peary: 'always but she,took the place of the recularputor dwelling elsewhere. butters ordinary popcorn; salt the corn than any other country in Europe: ot.':'
'. Prod iLetll Uanoock. murderer ot one Sunday during, his absence Many of the old time sportsmen..unfUI'T the' '
: same size These men support
that as soon as buttered and the corD is
'relied It wa* thouglthownver, ;
'/Professor'::3es e''Troutman; who 'fig- : and ,, mad such an impressionupon and use their muzzle loading the
to eat. This be call-
Teasel might bring some ready dainty may
tired in a 'sensational trial for the a whaling the congregation that commit. guns, whlcb cannot be displaced by government"i t tDOCT
ed to
"parched popcorn" distinguish It
tarlm* at;the Jast:term .of 'the. circuit tiding of: the Roosevelt, and the fail.tire' tee of the churchmen waited upon her more modern arias. They. usually from ordinary : R'8 SHIFT

| i>court. committed'suicide In his ,ceil of any news of the expedition to" and asked her to fill the pulpit regu manage to bag 'a good many birds popcorn.- t

,.4 i''In the Escamblav:, county Jail atBrewIton. ', reach the outside world f for so many larly. She consented to do 10.' and and other game: and this 1* chiefly due, Hints to' Housekeeper- Now Gets. Along' Without It. ,

__ months Js tro1taing'thq keenest anx , mouth. it 1 believed to their of -:: '
Ala 8unday taking, an ounce In less than a she wa the knowledge r' .
A.physician : "Until last fall
A package: or lope sealed with says
} regular preacher' When Mrs Monmouth the habits of the game. They seldom
? .
x>f : _ white of egg cannot be steamed open used to eat meat for my breakfastand
,Hancock made his escape from Jail 'Soy.TWQ'KILLED assumed charge the Interior go out without finding something. suffered with Indigestion until

y't May. 9 'and'bad Just been recaptured ; EIGHT HURT.' .. of the church was without1'decoration A. story Is told I of,one gunner .who. jit Is an. old saying that pepper on the meat had passed'from the 'stom-' ,
TUfceyreturned of any kind., There was not a picture if any of the shot should laD from his strawberries will Increase the digestibility ach. '
_ Kansas City .Mo. Sheriff
fin. to Brewton'; 'wlttt.,'''blin ybstehtdp. Explosion. of Gasoline Tank, Wreak on the walls and. In fact there wasnothing hands while loading his gun will at of the fruit. "Last fall I began the use 'ofGrapeNuts

:', 'He left a note, in which be Death and Destruction. but the pulpit and pews. The once return home and make no further White tissue paper is Invaluable tothe for breakfast and 'very ,r,
Two persons were killed and eight Sunday services ,consisted of >a set effort To hunt that day, believing he traveler a* It will wipe away the soon found I could do without meat. --.
where be would
,/[. be was going Injured three '>of' them seriously ,by man by the pastor and occasionallythe says, that those lost were his luck: greasy look on the' face better than for my) body got all the nourishment

". receive a Just trial where: 'only the tile explosion of'a'large gasoline tank members would attempt to sing a hot, and It would be useless for him soap and water, necessary from the Orape-Nntr, and '

.r ba <.truth. was told end ''where be would on the second leer or the boiler house psalm without the aid of an organ or to continue the hunt. Inhaling the:fumes of vinegar froma since then I have not bad any Indigestion :

} snot be tried. bi-\be' rICE prejudice ot. the .,( the 'Cosendal-Dye'\Work at $agt- piano., While the preacher was a good Another, whom I will call here Capt'Pete well saturated cloth will overcome and am feeling better and.

|i>eopie.. : pastor he had a, small congregationand Is a sailor" and all round .yachtsman the effects of ordinary anesthetics and )laTe Increased In weight.. :
naw, Mich.ABSOLUTELY'. prospect for 'He loves to- tell of his advent "Since '
:saw no enlarging prevent the unpleasant nausea. finding the benefit I derivedfrom .,J

4'4'F .MEN,1 OUT'.OF .JAIL. NO CHANCE IL '! tur with his dog and gun and 1* seldom The lumps of sugar served with the Grape-Nna I have, prescribed

WheD'the n.w. preacher assumed seen without them.: He tell many black coffee by one woman have been the food for all of my patients sufMferine
i l Conylct.dNinibire, ;, ..ef Trust at Ts'l.d.'Dlv.n charge she purchased an organ 'and stories about' the accuracy: of Sweet rubbed with the skins of lemons For from Indigestion or overfeedJ'

3? '' ) Liberty on .Bend.THs .. Representative Landl Expresses Synv. Installed It In '.the choir gallery,aDd Lip., his gun, and declare he can beat 'tea she rub the sugar' with Ins and also for those recovering t]
( .
; ,, feV ;Thaw.I in orange ''
Ohio.ha path Harry In the choir loft she placed a little motto any man "a ahooUn' for a turkey Ithe' peel. from disease where I want a food 1

otraalt"doDrt A rol.dq' the .course of an. Independence "Give thanks and sing" which she United State of Vlrginny." v easy to tab and certain' to dikes
." the workhouse .en.teaos'ot $ On the occasion of a turkey hunt "Eat olive oil abundantly and live and which. will
; ; ttspended day speech .at J40wat', N. J.RepresektsUv. worked ont In worsted iii. bracken near not overtax tbe. atom' *
.( Chart B. Landl ot the Rappahannock.River Capt. 'Pete on vegetables with. little or no meat ach. l '
Measr*.'.:Muter, Walters andBrelnlng. burg. "This'was the first of a aeries
Indiana said that people were In the of wonted needlework and 'from thatdQ' claims to hare shot"a forty pound wild if you would have a good complexionand "I always find -the results I ""I looks l
$ ttta foe who hare been ?
men a clear head Is the advice of for when
for whlch'he'wasoffered an I
-i while their lawsa .habit of sympathising with poor men'sboys for nearly 10 years, or almost; dur turkey |4 prescribe Grape-Nuts.: For'
.la'JaU:: two old doctor
a; tor because' they bad no' chance lathe 1 s.'the'enUre'Ume. of her pastorate; cash. The gray' whiskers on the.tur- ethical reasons please omit _myname. ;,,
yjyersbavelbeea'eghUDL to,get their: key's breast An economical discovered .." Name bv/Pos-
wortoV bat,, he sympapdied with she .worked dally upon something or were elgnteen inches long woman ha* given by mall : :
fttt Ij aset m the:circuit court. and" h. bad wooden' that men's linen turn Co., Battle Creek > Z. :earl
,. the'rlcTi: man's !son because they bad other of ,worsted .which she used to ;leg. Here ,WOrD collars cut ; Mich.: ;
f Bond In the sum ot >j5,000 wa turyrtnl.hed fete Into The reason wODderful'amonnt ;
absolutely no chance."It ., decorate the Interior of the little meetIng Capt. gives a laugh that could be J narrow strips furn4hconvenlent. for the
by each;.of.the:I ; men.*:All of I '. i: 1laI'r7' house Several of the quotations heard a half mil away..; "Bar. he wa substitutes, for the wax tapers used of nutriment, and the easy:\
/ "Cane. couvlct J'1 .-' .&hers b1-e.''Ladt 1* \with sons :like .w' which she worked out In wonted andframed" the biggest"tmkey'I'ever, saw. 'There In gas lighters. digestion ,of ,Grape-Nuts 'is' not hard
hat I sympathise because neverbid *
"ODtence 4 are out ou they were eighteen fellows In the bunch of to find. .'J
'j in the same material before may easily be remoyed'from
t, *' y. .a,,chance .to. beoom anything.** and, tOllr"othera. In the first place the partof ]
'bOn. L'1'. vl\ '' Landls. banging 01' the walls were very appr'prlate 'us, and all ate a the pods by passing the latter betweenthe starchy
.... the:
'declared MA wheat and
,' the member of the' church sumptuous. \meal, from .one-half of. .his rolls of a clothes wringer This I* various barley goes through}

.,.. : .HARi60 U >- ' say and among them were, "Get-wis breast" . a convenient and rapid method and processes of cooking to perfectly -\
O.; : C83NKSoh ;' HAILSToferel l AS C,. NGIt.., dom..: Ood.'lovetll!/ a cheerful giver," Uncle Fete say'be cannot'account doesn't, harm the' bean change the starch. 'Into, Dextrose

'.. J' '" I" ., T which hung the ;' for the,'on wooden leg unless that or Post Sugar, in which state.f
J Q wa over poor-box: :; A brilliant polish maybe .to It
: "'t ; '. >> ready to be easily absorbed by U
a" W
; 'Mbpldeaj ; Great'Damage' Dowet'lN 'Spain'by, a tnrkel''bad' been"previously owned It
"Eater betimes. the open door Which by bias door fixture, ornament, eta,by blood "
*+ The a'
In wheat
parts the
ti flr x'SwNrtrjniMla.MDeten; ;'" J' Dewnpeuf ef :ley,., wa In a conspicuous place In the .vestibule tome one as a pet wild ,turke,-For*, washing them In alum and lye.. Make barley' which Nature make-,
,i>.......' >< and another.' '"W rk while the est and Stream. solution can
i.1F.lyloa.uth.jpre.4, ) pIn Valencia;span; and vIcidtyJtd" ) a by,boiling an ounce of alum of for rebuilding .brain 'and 'aercentres

!;:. ,, t Mats 111.att..P sy 1 wsa't'!-.cI'c;M days a< hailstorm, killed?a child, end. day lasti' The\ "night cometh wherein In a pint. of lye and. wash. the'articles. are retained ,,In this .DI.r
Ufttoal.Dln W .
nose caD'WOI'Ir, bang on'U1. w.8 Iun. ,
'I''f arai Mi 011.1f"W y'p' :_ 1,1; +4 Ia; 'I'Uatlat- I as able food and thn* the human
!; oefi where no one'can fall to see It.V Over .r-Ur It customary to the '.
1 'Y l ...'the of. .tip A good way to. keep silver bright supplied> with the w.ffl1..t"D a
',r-. ..u" at w >Mnt1KMlsk'aiatliD's ... .5'peno:: .. the'putJIt,' Is JII'Obabl' the ntosi"elaVorate waiter In tkl.'re.taurantl'WalterWbyr producers
.. Inhabltanujtotae I ,. that 1* In daHy; use Is, to place,It In so easily noticed: after <
"' warraat'2teya eiitgls: eYt. Ian. t.fMr i ., which'she' .worked 'out'In: I.a ah--yes. *lr. has
,: hot eaten. Ora >: f
; borax 'waterpocasloaally Nats each' : agar ,114'
In s1
'. . .oelbra.; Tb., crops, many ** ; ; :
Nfpa- .... :" ... ,:to." a ... SeI /-4 t" CrantaTTml; *.reads;. !* are come mv,. ...11aD4.... a tip., 1've"wsitWthrf4uaeteraofs low' tt to stanfean hour or twos rinse wtefct. ;:jf-day*... !:'ne"'.':.''-
D' ... -: ..'i'flt >\ toMtaton.. and to.the city. oC.the.Hv-:. /r as ;lIOIU' for, that w'Ith.c ear..botwsoer. and' the i-... ., ." ... .:-{. -I: '
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I II I (J'j AVOIDED -., ". They' Had'' E.eapid rRM.' CAL L. urn OBAJTA MftXHst
I I j 't .
_'I I A' young diMlplci ,.Blackstonefeo ,

rr J ; had worked his way.through, col-

... EXPIRIEIIHIFMI.'MEMLEY: lag and _aa,'a. fail course in thestudy.
: *- -"- .. .v tBbe -- .e f', Ja*< **sJ4s. 'w.a'waking atillp

ndmlnls- retba'Warn' tae B......weet.Ja search1
:; : '' bulUU Was Told Thai an Ap through
g Inevitable > .
Bbw ate* Baoayaa MM :
the W. -
V. %
of Its When a physician tells woman snf- a aa
city with a ooMMerabl body
at lion Coring wlUt-awfious. feminine trouble: young /
ot water, on one side of it and a foresten
,hness that aa operation Is necessaryL: the very
thought the kaJf and the operating the other ,attracted: tils;attention,

*.- table strike terror to her heart and and til* decided fnake,a.: few day's

be tb our hospitals.... fall of women coming. stay' and:Investigate.' i) _,' Y t-=
for Just snob opraUonsv i 3:: "Putting upat what seemed tofc
of . . ,
& '
117 .f 1 IS '
.. In | .'the'best'' 'hotel. be sate 'bla'' dinner.
r ,
th.en-strolled. Into thyfflce: and proceeded
per-' ,,,}la' a, careless Way: ;to. Interrogate ,

; sin the clerk.:., . f?
WpJ'1 l "There Is a'aoP deal 'of business !J;
t, '
+Was a done in'this-town' Isn't th.r.r"b. i iA'
Included asked -4"Tes. -> '

', a.n.lbLady.( Mull8 I ; 8 p. m. ;: sir" answered'f-lre' ;young man."la ., '4

,A; certain 'woman who has. euperb the baggin : I orches one"way" and 'another' there's: a I 1 $

lace on her dressing table has causedit brushing I Boston good Jag"of, business going on' bore" : a

to be covered 'with the, clear glass, brush does I ) of all. .-Healthy place, IsntTrt" ' '

a also keeping the dust out of the' lace, If'on the I feast for "Middling.? ,

+ an Insurance against'constant wearing ployed.The.. which "Is there much litigation, herr

'f ,1 laundering. It,Is sensible, precaution,., last: I Fifteen "Ne, I haven'' heard of any cases kL ,.-J;

'! '''j.- eulturlst is oat In ot that, but there's a lot of chills an'
J A,, Queen's
Cupboard. that they dealers fever and occasionally'a bad ease ofth
J .
Queen Alexandra has a quaint r
} J 'treasure cupboard" Inlaid with moth VeDa tb grips'Mfta
'G ;1)
Jnrions to I other
: ero'-pearl. Its only I contents are ten'f' fgrvwt4n ley
.cast of hands, five of dimensions and all Hawks 'Twe'' bhleken
baby and ,
.,., and flue of full size. They are cast portant and and,'YI- .. Enemies.. PEA RU I- NA' STRENGTHENS[ : L
bathe the ; I'laa"to' There are eases where aa operation
t of !the hands of her majesty's fire children ; In his lectures,, before, the ,studentsof .'
; bat when
pecially If call lathe only; resource one eon-
taken at the age of two.years dost. alders the / number of'cases-ofaenaelnjp. -Agriculture Department of the THE ENTIRE
and acala at the age of twenty It Is '' Spark Just .''fem al. troubles eared by University of Missouri T.".EL Orr secretary SYSTEM:

Lydia ]Pinkham's Vegetable Com- of the American Poultry As-
rot.Wedding Breakfast waking. railroad pound after physletaaa nave advised aoctaUoa;told method of combatting .Mr. Chaa.'r... 8...; Grand Scribe,Qraad
Hearts. are favorite forms for! place The nat the es operations, no woman should submit '
i' mites and,chicken hawks that might Kneampment L 0.' 0.-!. el Texas, aaul'
; cards for weddings.. one style has orange after i the - one without first trying- the Vegetable' easily be used by every';, (Missouri AaawUnt City Auditor, writes from tb*' .
office Compound writingMve.1'lnkh.m, City Hall Sea AnUnio TeLl ,
flowers done la hand work upon and If the :
Is : con Lynn; Mass., for,advice, which I. free. housewife. : "V""'rly two ycara ago I sceepted a po"'
In white neglected
and and baa
green, another begotten
ridof olio
Mites, he says, might aa secretary asd traaaurer.wlUi ale
t.. a spray of delicate green ferns across tore of ,Jobbing ..Miss Margrck Merklef., of 175 Third by spraying. the chicken hous, of the lading dry goods setablMbmentaotlGalveston. )
'' j
v the top of the heart, and pendant from With of sup Street, MilwaukeeVU..wrlUst, : Tea. .. "" .. "
with a mixture of one part crude\ canbollo : '" '
the centre a bell done In heavy gold. mind and read Deer Mrs. Flnkhamt Ibe eutddes euq..Iroom':. 1.ia'a4proved

t, In the point of the heart card are two should be thrgegh.. "r01. rencth.'N acid and eight, part. carbon for dry me.e'S I becameIdal d with ta.* aaswa
oil. This mixture he, ; recommends'In eaaarra '
hearts- of gold, pierced by an arrow.Another themselves the W. hooting down pains through the palvtobanrlag CJr ftS, "' { old in the head and metal dabOitr if'aDei -
and compelled preference to mite .
: pains vamps ,
\ card In regular-card shape York- to"ob' me to seek -uc.Iadrioa. The doctor,after. e4ermindtots'sold to sock aa extamt as to, almost inoapacaV. ,
r' has orange flowers and a few ban of *.,, with j, nnUng aa eaartilnaUon, odd I bad a f.natotrouble by traveling : me for attending"te i my duties v ,,*"
1 Hawks, he claims.,, .be kept 'I fiwlwoed
may sees
sad an PevrrM-sMri,
1 M a. wedding march, while'' little white For ulapnroUoogalyanodbdv.ldwd sod :.JL: . .
tion. To .. dot of the poultry yard by attaching /-itr taking tattle *. ,,
t" Upper decorated with orange blossoms An shoes, to try Lrdla &. FlBkhjum1. Ve rt..Lf. CompoeniL bright pieces of UD,>tx tiT ten Inches,' e.asUdoagl.sspleaseda4YIa.R. ..
'1 are sJso tiaed.Fussy . matic cus Tb uleeraaon quickly healed, all l we' ...u..(y..iteredtoavyoorntai'UU
to the trees and pole '' surrounding c.sdUtee and _. . .
waiting UM bad symptoms dteapprtwl and I am arse r #1..0. ."-
i ' ; l en..lh.1. i coos more strong,vigorous and waU." quarters, by strings two feet long so .". ",",04 u.. eel o/:IM+ia.. I.way '"
Styli.Ecenomkat new Job
make an that t.he'wln4. will'm ,. ,...dtI." -i 1/-:'''' .. -
''e' deter people know that It Is a Reason heavy" to 'Female trouble. are steadily on the e the, -bright 1 :
't -'whejr"'fuBsy""stylesprevail the Increase among women. If the inotothly metal dance la the .unllht. ;
IT' oa Itan wag/h
| periods are very painful, or too frequent m42Ft .
.j economy most easily practiced. T41i.season's In a coarse, 'will- and ezcesalvo base pain : ,tne.. .
you Both steel and gold peniets:appah,
. types are specially adaptedfor 'cus
r' : A great or swelling low down! In the left side, Bol- ' ,, '
eatly doomed. Dr. Werner i DCposSr
, the "home or "little dressmakery" against the - bearing-down pains! ,dont neglect/ yonr- BANK ;
: and there are endless .possibilities fort has Its Douglas self: try Lydia-:&. Pulcham'a Vegetable ton. delivered before ,the Electro- $5,000 L"2 41

refurbishing out of 'date attire. Is a drenching. '' Technical Association In Berlin' the .aec. hU.p.nMluttIaoaria pSSTdw s

;( skirt too narrow? It eaa be split up soft and long other day", an address.ln which b* A'AMa rdM r

J: the front and contrasting material most as ,In 'th* opInIon' of the ChristianRegister described the new metal tantalite gtlNRtNHetLNRMrwhp ,

i'" used In the robe fashion that Is seen rubber In will we regularly manufacture which Is so hard that a diamond drill

f' on some of the newest models. Have and ,has the while criminals'by-due: process 'of' law. 'W* makes no Impression'' on 1C Pens MALSBY'' :& ,CO:

\ ;you an excellent skirt and passe the all-silk floor, shall begin to reduce the supply the 'mad from It are-indestradlbl.. and '.

;t. waist with'.no: possibility of, matching side Is > on minute ,we exempt children from legal more elastic ,than gold pent. .4t South Forsyth'stAtlsets6se!: ; fwj'j
i the material of even the shadet Don't 1 'Very ... arrest and protect them from the

try. Make the new waist of lace and I Ir all i !la two deadly taint.of:; the prison house FJT8.St.TIt..' D.a-.>.:HerTO.a DUmaaently t vw-:
trim It with strappings of the skirtmaterial. i it land- cared by Dr. Kllae' Qreat K_'
coat of :
-', ". your DROP'8 B_tor r. *l trial bottle aad treatise tra'
t\s' ; .,or a, wide Princess girdle or : with fourth, B1OATED WITIJ > Da.H. B. ELrxx'i.d..INn Aret ..l' I"'.."*. .
.. bodice, or one of the no-sleeve low-cut and tan : ,I. I '

i "styles of waists. witjb lace gamp:'and : of the : the' en' Tea Heart Was Badly Affected' \Vbo The salary ilf.. tho, 'Mayor of New. York i*

sleeves, and be assured that you aro The the Began"" |XS,000 a year.Vn.Vinslow's '
t" Patient Vslng ,
In the "tip of the mode" as' Lady Betty are quite In I Soothing Syrup for Children.
ii, at Tunbrldge would have phrasedIt. word ,Dora's,Kidney Pills. t thliit:,eotteuathesum.rvdaeslaAammr-
tomobile .. ......wind OIOU.Ue bottle 1'.etabltt earn
: .-New York Mail ,ball, 1 Mrs., Elisabeth --Maxwell, of. ill tb ,alleys patD. a Reetlosry:
always "f'.e West' Fourth, St., Olympia W..h..,, se .f
M : man ( home has bna entered keel nor ,Engines : Boilers;
SanitarIum Methods at Home.S1 warning or' of the says:' "For over; than forty times since 380 B._O. ,
solicited three yean, I :
'Wben one comes to the consideration A clover direct suffered with :Time and 'another'girl seldom 'fall ,.S wVIills.,
of the bath,. the woman treating her building, a. .1 '
auto tourist dropsical condition to heal, a'broken heart. AND AUtKIMOS" OF -
self at home I. likely to takeexcep: : trifle. and .. .
tion to the sanitarium regime;; Probably & sky-; ;without beIng -' ,0r.41Ylr gee OUrrttt M .a.*s Ja
petals being . ,.. .-. ,' ,aware',.thatIt ,
she has been -Indulging In one or lined 'with : AtAihtlu,
wty two tub bath* a day", .and what, Is white '' tbe was' due, to;, ,.CAPUDINEOU haN"RM> 1IIi'11..,........................ ":

shocking; In-a literal sense, they have Inside are { of the ,kidney early tfouble.stages' RES 'Write M ,.* "tntl.... ....,....;

q been the cold plunge. That ,this debilitates pins of every" I' >> their 'f were: principally -. '. IMi rlg/.hg .-.,.
'INDld..Tl' iranci
r. the ne"ouay.tem, producing a tied of, 'backache, and . .w:'

.'i, temporary stimulation with, the Inevitable The those bearing down ACIDITY. aNl;.".: .:u-.w-J: / ATaI1M1A .

u': : reaction-;., has lately Induced a lug are ,. ; IL T. DUD..but I went esr.ves dM-. M-. .... : iw '
popular'disapproval of' It.' ''One sanitarium some,for !' ] ) ;!t.,Hon.1, along' 'Wltbout'tworriDC', much'-:';until, -, 'i' 1 -. .", ,.ol';:(a wamaw.. ..
'' ..
*., physician always asks; .as a or meadow ; ,, U.:,L., dropsy set In.' My feet and ankles' I "" .Thebeat isOwsiw'TbePeve "Br> StPua.d ..-
17 first question.about; the.patient's ablutions finished swelled hands abartkaad urn*rirMUcal Bo kk e lu
of the short : up my puffed and became ; Las Urn.sad at bail Ui. coat or Mast
and.. Invariably ends by'rec ")lotOl'" and are so tons I could), hardly close, .7..tau la otkar .... U,< Oaod bMUIoma a*.
ommending. two warlllnot'bottubt" motoring : oc them.: I had great -- difficulty In, eared so.., reoalve or mosey laigeaawocveme.tfandaa>w Oll> 'ihla ad" *aMll

baths a week with, of course, the dally for'a social : of the' breathing,and my heart would flutter ; v ,

sponge bath. It one Is In a depleted Is In the "with the least exertion. I could' ., : "'You :CANNOT

\ state the strict, observance of this rule throughout comes 'not walk far.without stopping again s ; ,

Is moat urgent. The bath should be coming well & t. and again to rest Since using four ,I ,'p '.

In water of a temperature of ." or 85 set Is In. : I i ., cor '. boxes of Dean's Kidney1 Pills the C, ,\ E'

: degrees, aad. .If possible, be administered a - de-'. bloating has gone down and the fN

r" by a maid as the rubbing of, the terlal. I.; hip of distress have disappeared." .

body to a' glow Is an added stimulusto rabbit fur open.'' r Sold' by all .dealers. 60 cents a;; aD Inflamed:ulcerated i and, catarrh*J!conditlons -':'

the purglpg of the POreof iu purL tiny black sep- box... Foster-Mllbnrn Co., Buffalo, 1 of the mucous membrane Such.
:!'....:Z.:: .
ties. 'bou.ld.n.v.r be taken within lining, ,- the '.. .., natalcatarrli.atcrinecatarrbcauMdl!
two hours after eating; and, to assist the toes ... and -' "Food I Jry feminine Ills, sore throat.,soreWn.? ',
la the uncompleted digestive processes office It's e..y.e.Roul'; : .good .it 7'011 [ mouth or"bJ'IJID: ; 1-:
triumph of .
are poor enough.AGGRAVATING. Productsto dosing the stomaclv ; : :
u well as to relax the vital organs ; and
In spite of '' ; But you surely sea curet these stubborn
'hot fomentations should "be given previously seem-, !. .... e' ioaUd y t..litg; affections by k>cl treatment with,, '1') *' ''' ,
i : The attendant protects the would : are two ECZEMA "' ... I

patient around the waUt"vwlth dVyflannel De ea. ," depart' ' Frrara,"i'l.. nays MMmI ard- al. Paxtlne Toilet Ante; ,

: covering, and then places over Plaids f A. T. j Olair :Tor SCTVT.I T_ Wllfc ... .. : they. east life tare, which destroys the disease germs, faecka' ,-
the. stomach:strips of flannel Immersed of ,the .are : by his : z--. '_'Limb -A otbr wee.'s Lek-wh.?a mole ..,..4 Prk ..air lei ,discharges stops pain, andheal, the:., .. j-
mw kowlrwM
'In very not water repeating hese those ; a.rIIIl CTr: by CaUnnk. ti.y inflammation and soreness. ,Y ,
what Is : ; ;, ; .' "For e.ek thna. M ell a peC1 them;; .Paxtfne the ?
most successful
applications twice for periods jof Ave several 7..n'l was troubled.' bad represents ;
t cloth. The ft y1":M BflV fOsVlf(. a .
yWeaa local
ly with treatment for femlnln 111
minutes .After the bath; rest Is e.sentiaLHarper's . >aa eczema oa my linbs and wrists. everproduced.
lar of aws ties aawnw M ........
are yens
1'h rsioians ... ."'Thousands of
j iBasar. : ( jo .eral towns bad prescribed kyaaniag A aad, women teatitrtbisfact.5ocentstdugglata. .
.. to the wrist MMM Usckea L al. to .'
,I .- are tot >-without giving ne spy results. It II ..-.- "'*... b1r fa*..floodNcKeUl : ;, -

How ,to.'Have Bright Eyes. 'ed one, 'there likes' .of' the ) and..1 had received often'relief tiaed,Outieiura' Ointment most ....good apices ,'Said'fiTria1: BOS'THB ;A .

Clear, bright eyes, are a,'delightfulcharm comfort out: and the spring of loot 1 took toe tsmootarily.lIn Ootieva'Hsolvent ti:' .. PAXTOH co..' BaslsaW; Maea>

,la ,a woman.' This no woman son on'her ' Here l"ill end need the Cntieura Ointment '1AIt7.; fl LIMpIhka.
can possess. without'\ a1 good healthy .which ; ",, for about:five weeks and stthe, Medical :Department
' ] ; for end,of that tine there, was not a .blotch ,
body. ; ,; :: TULAMK univs-ftsrrv O.LOU'.A
air Is
yet [ '
The"eye'' Is"affected by the health :; : on1 m1 anywhere.. This apring,lV took a 'a.- aha r5 jraatlcal ion IB *
The hat few vials of the Outicura; Beaolvent r"iUaa : : ::: boetod.a.eaw= '
;. E
laterWINTERW.eef. t
like other organs of the body, and, the wngs( I.' ; -cpam a precautionary.....*, end wilt continue 'a..Thompson's Eja w r-wale_Me _.. Ive pI'.al.. _
north end
great obje'ctyshould be, bYhealtb, )' xercise > fastening '' to',dl,so every.prirg; simply 'as e e.e.euo j'o.prl....-..1_ eet .. "" atOctatK
fresh alt and due.attenUoa ,U ; ; ; ,Thls .prihj.tonic!, aa' they art so toil to carry' ..C. R.ahele }the.ct. ., ''I'Ioe"ai'.' .e Mat..
Of course ; ale r.e tM %sUo..
G, the necessities! of health:. 'ward ,off 1. In ma. .,.ith you,. and tb", certainly ,'09r ._rfJee.V!>.1,= 'say. I." III a, '_
disease ,and keep a pure "mind.,..and a and she who are la blood for' the ,enramg' >e.,.. 1 'JlO"' nae A.u.. La v..._ w..., r. 0. .. etl//aMtaj. &w 0 aoa;'

,; .pealthybody. .' ed -will look ;.In oil I'only Cuticura B oap'. The Cutirara Oiot-

t It Is .quite Tftatonlshlns.bow,depentden :Every | The I: men ,.nd.PlII.eerl' l..,. -cured'me of aaaifTavatcd
special r' ease 'bf czema.. St. Clair Mo- .
\the eye'Is'upon' a person's digest '; ; sample, :"
not, have a Vicar San o"ruvJuti: 0, 1909." 'Wiltt
tlon and 'there is a strong. sympathy-" :. season i of, : and be- ; 'er5iriith :,

between the eye and the ear. I best cream The most' bitter :feature:,*f defeat, -
and true
To Insure :bright and strong eyes good, and If : ; is th'lympahytthatBoer f ; ,with,'lt;; 'oHD.i1J TGIcI
through life .It Is most, nepesatryt give herself etlrnut ; l

t 'take' care of 1 them Jn ,early youth. ,.where .....
Boxcar to "" .
: which 1U.eter.DWegablereDay. rcJ Li.S''
Many:'aa.rlafants; eyesight has. Boeamarred ( "CtJRES ..k j
" :
a'pracUce i > Get"a fcottte of Or. Blgfftfs Baaklabern :
for life, by,, a careless aura exposing sense .regula. '" Oorsj lrfo./IaftItoea, pyswitary, OUldres 'AND' ALL.MALADIAL. I'n'EIItI;' fI

the,.ye.V to,too strong a ,light I'".'tne!Mood ? ,TeaUilag., eta. 'At Druggists Ifie and BOe. 1gY ... ......... fa.aMaW reMdy fw ewe M 7aaP.
and very precaution:'.should be taken and l ;P. e i 1 v I ?--t 10 lab I rows ae bad. ............... _____
through ciUcWOcrtrtnal they shonUBo| an et r. 1, ran wJtlTa fl ry temperJU&t'nec> Sari........... .......... hail >
I \ I tees
.. leajn
aof appear (; '4 p-.u.\ . .yaw p.Wla eel/..
be. strained.. 'around,'the ; *P oj {:erarib warm d e -4 'U 1! Y01111 'j "' '-' 'eaM et IleMemdrag_' aasn.e. .
Tli* wine...4Ckj'n< ,IJ7., th.'el!lbw support 4ttt01I.
'I' half and uuevrR rn c.. -- IttleMu t r/ss se, KJI.t .
doingworte br. oIaJ Ugb$." ,., hood : (J t4' ytA0,1.. [, ...".,.0.....). .

Rest la a- wonderful recuperative. I head and -:!III .1..111..RIe1J a I I Ila
J -To sensibility of the eye depends upon
the expansion of tha.feupfl ,SOjJ 'ft I r fUhlo, ;;

On. fruitful, source of 'trouble for Theectr :

ti people who have to wear;glasses Is that i one of.the.. > Look

;;.. (they do not keep'{hem deaD.I ., ,-._ bar With to,the Prematurely Old
'//I: Beauty enlturlstt : eyes I vltInd

L 'tunder" their .ear*' from;a,' decoratjv. '' ;
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\,.res/bw1Int.o .. -want.. '"''t'lt ... ,'-,t> 1 ft' 1 : ? ot tho ugly, ajrlctly. gray-la.lre. Ue L* OUgOLsV HAIs RRST9RgW. >riee. si.OO.. retch

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Office l .Va.ll.y:'Oa Mitt. Building.KISS ( [ the, Corporati ns. I .
i MMU.u.o.01A OOONTT.P'LA.c 'The N*. York'frlfmiHv/ respectable,

1 Republican ,authority,, says: ,
c W.'Jd..'NARMp,+ Editor and PropT.' 'Ttw meibberfe 'of the Republican!
Campaign,,Cooxnlue assert positively .
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t i x a i n u | 'i n[i. I n"tlt. -
.i1 ..I wt&I Piro -ttt; ..... u tlMyAO that ibis will bolo be a money campatten. . . '
w the tse.r nt.l.rL ... There will be effort/ to net .1. / I
contribution (rum corporation, they. .. " .
Ind dart: XMS b*.*.ln Mir UM athar winter. declare." ..... , ; .
; _}isW,mstur will not,lw .n\m\ That, however, hardly explain why ;
ua.or z President Ivoocevelt.. .Speaicer Cannon "

.stud u....Pt.telI es la 1DoIIo"na.. .;.',,' and other, Republican)*leader* objected : "
.. _. the the Rouse ofRepresentativee c" :
t .o.delw, m.U to passage by .. ,
of the. Tlllmaa bill Refrigerators .. ""j'...' ' ' ." .. ,

o.;._" .._UWSCWITION__. ...... .BATBSl. . ..... .1100i which prohibited contribution from :, ...' ' "' ,- ..._ .
... month ..".... .::.... b Corporations to political parlies whic . .
4 0.OOPT.ov>y*.it ttunm _*&M." ....../.r1r......... ..}.!.. .. war pasted by the Senate. ,Chair-, \ . ;. T ,
I nan Cortelyou and the other' Repub- ,.. '.' ; ,. .
: lican patriot who made the --corpora M' .. ._1'1f' .
:Friday July 13:; iooo.Wpedyou Freezers .
_ Lions "come down" In the lat national . : V a

campaign and who'especially bled ? , . .
:? : "
three life Insurance companies uf ,
(J I ) nee Ube brand '"8. 0." about$150,000 and bow'much more : : .
4 'OD a fellow' faoe,'does It mean '"sold! from ushers ha, far not been dla V
..S alldard Oil?" *o Coolers'fc.1 . :
out. or covered, are till bold lOll the ltepub- .
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llcao blur wt h.a good deal 01 this "
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The Republicans, at the first session tainted money in It., which will..'we ; ;; : \ :'' '. ,.. STANFORD H
14 of tbe bleb Congress, sowed only wind are told be disburse 111 the coming I .. '; "rp'K; : ,. . ". : : ,
a and"vvhen lobe autumn come they will campaign instead of being: returned to .; r' ..:.', .
,! reap'a whirlwind, or something the.: widow and orphan fund from : 'II.' "

equally a* good. ? ? which it wa filched. Such a committee Canopies < '*
of course would wake "no effort : .
Y' The nomination of United States to vet contribution from oorpor ; .
_ Senator! by the people primaries sh one," but while the committee' '
1* In successful operatiron In moral, have become Impregnable/ "
bow abouXthe corporations? Hammocks <
all the Southern States! except MI. '
sour(. There are no- Plaits Lepuws, It'wtuld seem quite probable that V
or Dryden In the Senate, from. that the railroad, whose rates are ,to be \ GRAVES r:
eeotion.ntj regulated by -Republican party .
might Insist on making their usual -
..", Bouncer Barnes Doatmaeter large contribution* toward ''the, success \ BasebailGoodsi
<.f/'at'' Washington hh was a dirty of O. O.'P. The Beef: Trust may
think t If advisable to be more liberal
Job, said a Republican Senator who
voted to confirm;."but It'1. all over Iban usual, for arenot the packinghouses HARDNARECOMPANY.!

.f now.'*. It wa. indned., a dirty Job. all to be Inspected, by a'natlooa Repub ,
Mendacity and 'brutality were -never 'administration:
.o flagrant; a* by the, Roosevelt par. back have always furnished their
tlsan In this Barnes cam:' hare of the boodle to keep the partyof Baby 4Carriages.. .. '
1 great. moral idea In power. Doe .
", .' The Republicans of the House oft this explain the I nc1.1 ''erellCft of 'the : -
-. Representatives Insisted their President'and 'the-'opposition of .
: upon . .
}amendment to the railroad rate bill. Speaker Cannon and the Other Republican ._c
i,_,f|striking out the pipe line> olauae and leader to the -TUIman bill? ,. 1.4'
.. ,u.. Senwt after a show of resistance The Republican National and Con- .
." agreed to tbe bill so that the Stan- gresiioni 1 Committee must "fry- .the BIG LINEharness V . . V j
3' 'dard Oil Trust 1 I. free from regulationby Fat" out of somebody, or there w.iuld . ... .
:' virtue of the. vote of a Republican virtually no Republican campaign V -. . ,. : ;
andSpeaker :
.,Congress. I and of course the President v .. '
I have been guided; by the com
. The people of Ohio an evidently determined mittee' counsel and they cannot and Saddles ; "
to punish tbe trust that conspire shirk the responsibility for the smothering . .
'' to restrain trade within the of the measure.. J'V'V 1tsg
border of their commonwealth.. In + ,
'consequence flv* Ice dealer who ,0010- .:The Smite" r .
blued raise tbe of Ice and whoa '
to price that wobtb come off, appear on baby'
,. described a* "all pl'Omlnen'.IDt'bu.IDetI. face after one bottle of White Cream . r
.' and' social clrchis' have .
Vermll"... the great worm medicine. -
>been fined e5.000&en.. and t ltd serve Why nut keep that smile on' baby! ., ,. t
,) ,'one year .workbo", .., TbeDemocratic face?. If you keep this medicine on f' """"' '''%4%.'\.._ A
lv.nm', certainly I work Hand-you will ,never see anything else $ ,
- r W.: but smiles on his face Mrs., 8Blaokwell. -. $ C, A. CARSON Pr..ld.>.. N. C. BRYAN, Secretary: VT
. Okla., write*:; .fyf baby '
-I fV:. "M.'r.' Armour'a yacht was placed: at wa peevish and fretful.Would nuteat c. A. CARSONJOEN III. LIIB. N. .. CARSON I :HE.
. tb*disposal of Princess Alice and and I feared Le would dleV1"' I useda I
; iber husband >at Klel..,. Mr., Armour n'f: ,
bottle of Wbl'.'. Cream Vermifuireaod I -"Bankf-Ki ; : t

Un% soured about a his bit packing bv :Mr Roosevelt'stalk' bouse. lie. Sold he b,ha'Jtoberson'not bad a Pharmacy.iclc day, since. V si Waters & Carson Grocery Co.Whl '1

knowa it wa all a feint to get *3.000 ,Kis iltt tee, Fla.
OOO more patronage for use In bribing The Negro Labor Question. .-.- .Ml. . .j "the mall farmersand meenanle of '. ,
the East,')! whom Roosevelt denounced The people of Orlando are having a PAID UP s BO ooo oo

In b'). book. *Th Winning ,of the good deal of trouble'' with the negro STOCKHOLDERS U ABILITY.... ........ BO OOO OO I GOc EiRIESt >

,Weal'! a* unfit to, be mentioned ins labor; both men and women' theelty. DEPOSITORS SECURITY.* ,.. '....., 100 OOO OO .
t*,e same breath" with sibs cowboys There seem to be some ort of concerted -- :
| Mr.: Armour: U related to the'co"bo,.. Motion on the part of''lobe -common AtteatloM, ah 'matter ....
and Careful given to
,, -, laborer cook and thewasherwomen .Prompt i \t COUNTY AOBNTS PPOR'J
the ,
Tc.' Northwestern railroad ,.oms to refuse work unless trusted to .... ExchatiKea good at all' point at c _peat. _

time ago Issued an order that lu. em- larger and exhorbltmt price are paid l! ] .rates:. YOUR BUSINESS" SOLICITED., $ [' A ',YGRAIN :UKATE3
f ployea boud"nfit visit. saloons at any and In many oases formerly .old and Celebrated. Fertilizers I
>Time,', off duty. Not reliable negroes are becoming untrust $ V '
,V...., attention wa paid to it by tbs! worthy.' -- ... 'ETC. Si
but .waked the Circular* and. Prlc_ .
they were up other The Ielroee''are') making a greatmike. .
.' by the letWng out of about forty of The labor question I* becoming: .- V /lJ.R' \" .V > ....I.d.! Application. / '.'.
Sir nuiqbr. at. OM division.. point aerlous. Many persons are thinking .)
11 lv P.rettlq.isd fce! exa.-h I will beleo'tIp ol aendltMT for German and Irish help I.;"

.. t...;.dWe ee,..wrtor.. .,remalodevMelbrl .is to be I.and.. capacity th* Steam ao Laundry.. .'to-'la handle Increasing large , :T..V; ; . X . ,'T'rnt. E qS"," 'oAF 13 ,R, S '. .W::'O 0''<.r.;): ,

)ed. 'The teodeno-yrall; : over .the family washes at a very reduced price. I OSCEOL'Ar : . t
,'onntry! 1* growing to exact'. absolute First thing the colored folks know & f '
_ .obrlety from all railroad employ.. hey will get left and will be suffering .8 I IS ..OQU.c.'t'yPrQd.1oe: a .Specialty.' .1
Tampa. Time 1. ". for' work. Some white' folk whom PHARMAGY..
1 they tract and who1 are' Interested .in '
The1. Democrat," br'''Wlico' a (otbelr their welfare ou&hUo Rive them, their ; THE LEADING DRUG STORE: SJ *wwvwv NWVVK """' vv* w%%**% wvv*v%%
$platform lust adopted, remind pl'8ach. And leader va good sound -"- : a !r
... tbe-pounuy that: the.plluJlcaD talking to before beoome *o bad L. ATLANTIC COAST LINE .
: national. committee baa not' made hat they win be supplanted by white V '
_ ]i/rewtUatlon of the large sums received J foreign labor.,' The\ does fOROET IS ,
i I,.from the life"Insurance corporations reachmany, oll.hem. hence It can J DON'T THE .THROUGH, CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA. .; w wOONNWTIONO.
JDebed"from"the fund that should co little !good except in an. indirect "
1 bav been acted> 'to the widow and way' but we 'call' attention :to- this Jg .
::*rphan.of policy bolder*. Toe plank: matter and trust that for &.be'sake 0& '" :' tVV t
'adopted'condemn.* lobe Republican the negroes themselves the advice<< may ,. When, in need of anyS V Over its -
I party for tbe poller reach themOrlando Reporter-Star.. :thing In the Drug: own Rails to Savannah Charleston I'r 1
anmand. J'dasRichmond
1 and
bolder* money that lobe 'nknoxtfthatJMJiard'rtsnow of V the Washington, thence Via Pennsylvania :>> '

...same..).ebesLsa'be.. re.tor.d.1'Now moaLa: LuJld.y; President Jw: All The World "..Linlmenthas : ,.' : S' ALL RAIL ,. j Railway. .. _

him; there can be no excise, for DO superior (fore RheumatUm. ;- j ITo I W (Via Montjomerx.! )' and Loulsvflla & Nashville ,

satter lack of wittt tune,Chairman for his nos Cortelyou-taking up and the I SLl and f all-Jolats pafne.,'Cut_ Buy-It, Sprains try,It Lumbago and you t fl Bottle ot ",tt rb n6" ,FREE .to(i every, Customer the <%.Sl-l and"Dixie Flyer Route" Via Atlanta. .

ordering that'ul.l,:>>. '.of ,these will alway use B"llard'a Snow Llnl- & nn eT eT1 n f n aTV : To E Via savannah A Ooeaq Steamship Company for
: tainted fund be made to their. rightful meal U allying; proot.of what it does., jv VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVrfi the .aSt p New York Philadelphia Boston, Via Norfolk \ '
owner. .? All we ask of you r. to get a trail Steamer to New'York, Washington and Baltimore .

". .some of'" '''our t.esteeooed oontempor. lottle.b ly, Ito let-son's Price 25o.'b0o Pharmacy, and 41.00 Sold cMg _s ,;nounc.m._,e.aaluEaiiY dlcA[ 6tA. A.... .e ,Mij& 71 Via Steamships tation via Savannah Co., for"d Baltimore Merchan and and Philadelphia.Miners Transpor '

Aries' are Roosevelt'much exercised-statement over that.' President be The Value. of .a' Newspaper.. Sunny_ South. Stables r.! Key West atidHavana. Via Peninsular At Occidental Steamship .
V - nothing but bard boiled for .. Company.
egg .... _
M "I never took apapes that didn'tpay :
breskfasL: The food that Mr. ROOMveU ; tha.elebrat.d '
R..u' trains.
t eau. may beoome ,of public 1m-! me more than I paid for it. Onetime 'i UmUeo,Chloyo d FlorIda Llmlted New sod Dlale York 1'1.1e.'a Florida 'special nodes. and West InJUa
old friend of mine started
'. portance If It effect his brain or temJIII'amea" an ?& i LIVERY' ,
-. )j but colt In those case paper way down couth and eenta copy '' ; I FEED Quickest Schedules: Superior Service. :
'- .V should discussed: Are we to unt to me and I subscribed lust to encourage ,
["+ artand that these critic would 1eprict' him, and after a wall it published ', and hr 1.brmatioD ..10; iuh. Purple rolder. .
? om 1D.nkt
the p..ldeaLla1.l.P etlte and an' order to sell a lot at public :::'>l J. O..ICltlItUND.. h'lelon *."."*.' *J.nt. r.m.,n.. ..R
'I\ .ompel him to llml the hardnsss and auction. Bo Inquired about the lot 'SAll, i. W. J. nn\/a. F MoMr Tr tt. M"._ wmlnctaa.| N.CoW i
an i told a friend of mine to run It up
E of Lb. be, caD -'
.fJau".>| .01'.,' notable eggs epicure bare ennrorge..' badMraage to MO. He bid off the lot at $38 i nd : STABLE
it sold In less than a month f for 100, ." :
likings for . Knorllsb queer King food who a*died for .o I made M2 .clear' by taking that : B. MAKINSON COMPANY T
r eatin'T too many lampreys and a* 1 ,,
My father told me that when he :was i
r. Roosevelt may not be versed In J. ; : : V
rastropomlo art' or may prefer a younr nan be saw. a notice In a paper V- ', AGENTS FOR
V > !boiled eggs to soft boiled one, that a school teacher was wanted ,BROADWAY, OPPOSITEPOSTOFFICE,, 4
_ away off In a dlstsnt county, and be Fertilizer V
not let him have his Florida '
_set critlotsm.. own way went and got the situation, and allelegirl 4\ Phone" 102.' *: If Kisslmmee, t Company }
f 4 wa sent to him, after 'awhile '
Moan out la Rochestert Ia., saysarabBernhardt'sou'horn she grew up sweet and. beautiful and ,All Klnda" Hauling." Florida.' ', -: .Of QAIN.. ILL.. PLA! "
,. $ In this be married her. Now If' be had not '
it/ -na ry, lived.berg until abe wa a taken that paper what do you suppose Makers High Grade Fertilizers as
+ 'Vr N'Y! *EFraF'Y 'PW ?. V'
-1 ; Young woman, aDd ha rela- would have beoome of me? I ,would !V V IFi1.R.w
,.... lo* number of American elite* havebeensome other fellow or liaYII8; <-, < of All Kinds.: ;
rijfcTUe: ,]* quite true and it U ;jSurprUlng would n't bay. been atatl.".-BU)Arp.Ywf -25 f 'J
that'll'' should J '' Has Stood The Test : _
create anv comment i ; Liver ... Oratige Tree Fertilizers' a Specialty.
!: Sarah wa born in, New York,State
.M uatll 6 or. year old wa a play Is) out of order. You go to bed In a ,,'
,'saw OIl.Tal. An, the: l Empress!: + Dowager ,bad humor aD.d... up with abed taste Always Rra.eB.lMr the 'Full Name ;
aa.... whose folk ran a. Chine In your mouth. You, w.nt somethingto 1\ ;
iry la the same. block.'TheTogostiaivnsky stimulate your liver. Just try Her- ., '
.> lived Just. around bine'the liver regulator.: A positive '
and all the member of tbe cure for Constipation. Dyspepsia, and : Laxative Rromo 'Quinine :
Ike. were o"Il'Ieoda.' taafiaar ,Rrah : 1 Jljltvcr) complalDts .Mrs. F-."' > Tasteless, Chill ,
'arseIce"Unol . .' bus is a aom.dl written. br; a ."'"8sv.usad'Herbine la'. mylifamtly; : -
of :_ forxaar*.. .Wards can't express what V NaCNo.Pay.; : '.50 cent*., ..aCcli'i' i, PaYtcnil Two': ,
.. It I.tMvk about IW rverybody In..nay I .
......C- jMMeefcold at haaoj,, sod welL and r ) .. ". -

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: Kl lmntte Valley Gazcue. Da. .r1 .w' ; ,hate" A-Mo" ", :and )....r.D.,1o *\ < Order' tour'eiill of Dana a fit or ,noP '..' .r......" "..1a li ....' ... "."..'.....+ei-..". ,r

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r' T-'L.EPHO'N. NO.H.BVEEY twill Bryan 1. making It ho*'for..the See. StaafonlJew. \ / 'llo* ..rf sin-.. i wssBixsjr. e> ,Sill'''rt ih'learb, '

:, 'yUBLIdiED_. : ) t'JUDA.l". 'lee men. la Jacksonville". .. '' .. bNU,., *, 'L. 'Reported EichWeeli. 0,1(..C.. j UAIIIIII! News" Doris! ..

-- Stanford will close out his entire" iut. 'An kinds'At t'ylCtose''moab4ingf' at; j .....t ...'............"....+ ...................

> W.-B./A/tP1lea.. / . ( of straw hau ",half rloe."'* tf 'Thompson'.' '. 'Thin roadiua. >;bln,, ,)ire 'lil.ltaiir;; 'We have bee.o having a' great,-deal

>, '. A few straw. batelef. will closeout Copt-"Z .L B..rtk;< ;; ;, ,of' -..Qxlawdo. : 4wy uiauy-ol our people. have; ao of of Jate,":wbtoh bas.

Official w..ut.r 'I.pon.., what Is "left at less/.ban. half price,' 1st Is in town todaIf /. emu I If and nave DM sue; faith wtoioa .. ,d..... the crops pretty .badly,

A.IIAee T.areet-ee. w... II..... Dano's., *I ,' you desir f siujsfactlon .to oeoesaarjr to save our county ooauuUsiooers '}lr. R. ;:D. Drlirgers' ii'ptep.rtif

TII".y ".._. 'Ill, I .- rum..triDtC' 05115.1', 'ualn.atlYnsbte ,- to plat.a* -Dlam! titap (la
of Dane, .p--g-
,OurfiandlOo eountcrs are full of big bay }haw nitiuea: ou MOOOUIM ot it, 'tnejr}: .MeflM: .
values Come and Inspect them Coo.Steffen i. have Imagined said machine to. be a .Jt
tat to ,Kentucky
.T MtS. Ml.. Ikll. Bargain Store.If to spend a moaLb''loD.'' sort of a my rib whose principal use UU Mr. Olh.I'.B...., formerly of ,Har* + t
-" you ttrni .* > par a way for appropriations nututuerwtse oossee Is now;.a ,resUea* of; OWl'ames i
know an of news don p willsell *
I Stanford. 15 yds. ijl-J .un- munlty.,, .
rrldtr............. M! fail to call us or send U .... We explainable; it would be a' '
"' Satvrnar. ..,..... ssn 11II .40 ...nt..11 up .. bleached muslin for 1..00.. 't.f; aloud Rues to let us sus the thing and The fishermen'. ', here air bet.,doing !r:r
the '
.... 'SandtT.SfOBdty. /........ "M news. Kenneth Butler left\ Monday, for1.., Dear witness W the' wwuuwtui power very mucb.'a', present on.)1accouoa, of j
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<1":?' TaoMl&r............ 11 ,.4 ..Mw Phone your,wants;' we do the run Denver'Col., to spend a month's s out which it -i'U--, ourotkisen, atrtaapayt -. ht im, water w, '" AIM'' : .
"eel....,.", .. m I : nlog. ; IDIt. .ra ass uiuoti, so svs ia yther Mrs.. Session Is visiting. her daughter 'WE Iinet
'I' I'.n., ..... ....". w 1 ,. .41 KnshocKB( DRUG COMPANY.A r / J I part wl UM county sod fbink. that. a. M.... Dnll...... r ' i "
:, See fall and winter. samples now W ,y itavu any pastor p.ioel ,ui the After a great deal of workMr.: E.-J, iiiierto', . $Mii 4,' bait
', T 'Y A. .U"P80If. r. M. I II second b"Dd,Deerlnlt mowing machine ready s>t DaQD'.. AgencT for Great 'WwC, cat It inigut'. well b* s..utout Brown hat his barge in worklovoroer. '

,I:" r i ,In'stood". condition, for salecheap. Weeterp'1'alluringCo.. -- lu Ujis ..utA",,, ato, be OvDUatxl Mr. Charley'Sessions spent last to, delight, yen'lWltkitM, : ;
Insertion of ..d Yenl.elDeot..moolC .
"I Our rates for : ,S-Lp* Hdw. Co. Mr. S. A. Bullock purchased the, la nlsatwutw and its suburbs.* 'OuiUIUKUUS week with his sister1, Mrs. Salleuev.'Mr .

r\.. the reading line.matteron In Messrs. Catroll'Putter. .' the. well I T. A. Bass,lot opposite ai.'reiidenoIn are jesiou. or the rigUM* U yPOSM T.',A." Bass" has '',mbved"' -% >":. Orlando .quality. of, ,sic: '(Jt 4erI.' $.
Is ten oents eacb '
this page .per known turpentine firm of Mertdla, WsslKisslmuiee.. JL .. aau beat s.dly slaiMuu'at tu. .
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\> sertlon.ooocooocooooooooooooooo. wave thelr-colored. employees a. barbecue 1;, partial. loaner-/u' wuicu 'ouc: oouutyKuardlsvus I guess the Fourth. ,wlll be dull as We can'"'give i iDE$1ti
last.Saturday.; Tbe KUslmmee baoeball boys w re u.. e OuUMl In tnir''matt/r''' we haven't heard much about ii.Ws yon,'the
,', _,4 accompanied to Orlando y.ster>day blnullAt. We are aov,w"u-rooied ana thiuk4 we have heard very little about boat

y., > < Ross uraves says bee is going! to Bell *. 'a number" of local "rooters. :|I have an much ..4:.,, tu good roans a* excursion from Klssimmee to Southport OF :
t :/
the first few cars furniture from his Miss Ruth Jones left yesterday to j' any uLu"r Motion ot the. county ana :. EVERYTHING' ,
THE LOCAL FIELD.ooooooooooooec. new store at cost for an advertisement.: spend several weekrvisiting heraunta i t we oeriaiuly cave nut got tb in' nor The fishermen are DOW sleep!' -/i
Now Is jour time boys. floe It that effort lit botuu And left the flsbto their fate; Iiu.o of'Rigk -
kCblldrens Lakeland; and b...r sister at liarUxv appear any in the Qrade
made U> gtve u. such roads. Oue 01 Awake dear.bpys and see J'
i' I, stockings, .rip-proof rub- Remember we Ore carrying. Dice' our via i-esideius ueclare that .if It If the fish has eat. the bait:
:. proof. Knees, heels, and toe. reenh.roed I line of Groceries. Block butter on take ttoUeea tour cud live hundred 0> OOBIS. i Table Luxuries and Pre-

Wade, the Tuner Orlando. tlFewer ( with linen.' 25o per. pair... Ice a specialty. CITY BAKERY. I i dollars a uu/nth tu feed Ute critter, 40 "
Get >' "
m only a. Dann's. I bring 'it. out here and let u* flll U up visions' ot all kinds at
The began work Tuesday Now .
stump gang
wears Devoe
longer '
gallons; ; About the Midland. .
/1 KUslmmee was. represented la Orlando clearing the rblol, way of tbe ,I wan you toes, palmetto roots '
New line of mouldln ..a' Fountain's.WWW yesterday deputy clerk W. straw, and oats, with a few flea- prices that ''*
1 oy Orlando road preparatory to gradingsndopvnli'g' 'Plo"l As will be remembered the Railroad : are, sure 'tai.r ... '
S.H..eU. Supt. W. j. Sears, 'tendruaddverecer'A. !It to travel I dugs thrown la which will be" held here ."
Star Lsupdry-CFTY BAKERY.Dwelllogsor up Commission, after a meeting
I '
P, Bell. a-ia-ueahryhashy.tyiewith. a "
i; M. 'Tt': Misses Alta Pierson and tmcy Stand- shovel used instead of a. spoon tu eat! last winter ordered the At.lantleCoast command attention'., 'i.
apply to Mr.
rent .
I Line lo hoist this place
J..C. Moore,'of Mayo. Fla. to put a at for
c-an '
I who have been
ly, of Ocala, \ witu '
i, ler.; experienced druggist! has accepted a the several I the purpose of changing oars from the : A}
Miss Berta Bryan for past The Fourth'was: .
celebrated with all HOGAN: FLOYDL
t. barber Try s hop..baft' or lrfn\jt\ al 't.Jie newt and:aosltlon>> began with work the Monday Osoeola,, Pharmacy' days, tett fur home yesterday.! !} the loi-maiities which the customs of! the Midland A.. C.Railroad L., to...the main, line of .. .'& .. '

Rev. J., W., BlKham, Presiding Elder th.any demands; a wedding ceremony The lime given the Railroad Co. by ..
: Great bargains In willow. chairs at Messrs.:Wj E. Uunderhlll, J. H. ," Will preach at the Methodist having beeu added, to the various, the Commission In which to do this

j''' Thompson's. Walker and J. N. Thomas, prominent. church Sunday.: All are cordially' ainusetneciu, Mr. Li L. Fertlo. and work has long, since expired and there '
eltleeos of Uaslntrer, wera here oubulnn. out and bear him. 1 Miti Clyde Barber being the principals CITYBARBER: SHOP;
Stanford will tell"- you 20 yds. gang Tuesday Wedoesdav. vited tu come In the 'Iatter..Mr. J, T. William Is no hoist yet, nor anything to Indicate .
that the order will be'carried
ham forfl.UO. Lt The of ,
remaining 91,750on ,, uvtHtiTuiax
'Eight thousand 'dollars 'worth of mortgage lobe ceremony In hi* usual : WILL_ : OUY TOM. ..,...,. :.
the iJpW1'Ktssimmee property, was l b. Good luoic to them out.True '
Stanford will lelllou'.12 docenshirt appjr atyle. : both It was out months r". 7.
given some
dry goods, clothing' shoes and fur- satisfied "
lobe 10th t.nat. '
on Tuesday, all .
HO 'tVe of .
'" tf say
." buttons tort 0" nlshlnes volng for the1' next 15 daysat and the property Is now free from in- 'UuoUtri paradise us.4 U being ransacked ago that the A. C. L.decided instead of putting Now Open for: Business '. t, .

, Mr.'Cl: F Mo"Jua1g( ,'of Orlando, was. and,below cost, M..Kanoer A ,Co.Dr. ouuibranoe.Messrs for irenb game but the remaining In the hoist bad to broaden !
the !gauge of the Midland. This. In Patrick's 01ei'StancC,
this week.
In town Armstrong the. Jacksonvilleeye dear. are a. determined not tu. be -
W., B. Maktnson and J. 'S. captured would be much more desirable, but as "
All kinds of'piotures (framed to order specialist, will make professional Bi-onson returned Monday from Fort | a. the bunters are to secure this Information-was given out'some ;NEW C13AIRj; ,

at Thompson's. vl.IUo Klssimmee on July le-17 Myers, where they bad _been on bust- t t.hem. BO It pears" to be a (air'ataud. time ago accompanied by the 'state-. ."

; Smoke Key West Havana, the best and can be seen at the Tobopekallira ness connected with. the OkeechobeeFish ott.The recent.rain have been to violent men that. the work: of broadening the NEW RAZORBI .. '

tto Cigar on the market. On'account of removal we are of. & Fur Co. gauge would begin right sways our a
and incessant that cow hunting NEW EVERYTHING.Satisfaction
faring our entire!' stock for the next' 15 . people are beginning to get somewhat ; ;]
Mrs.T. Mr two pretty been ,
Bryanand bat the
I has the sellest line of.corsets only occupation carriedou
Stanford; at and below skeptical on the matter, and doubt I.elp..1I8d '
days post Now Is If
yourtime little daughters, of Tampa, are guests ..
wild but
\ In Kisslinmee. even partial uooe luau as to whether It,, Is'' the Intention .
to secure bargains. M. Kannerdo week o'f Mrs. O. H. Morrison al t Guaranteed.
1 tnis : its good weather for loUa41r.uar.- of ... .
Co. the) railroad eomoaoy to doanything .
They are good for home whit? Is the TobopekallK-. Br an tadpui, tnlauow., ,aDd our Oeiuooratlo "I
Old owspapersl We sell 'e Mrs. Morrison's slster-ln-law., toward Improving: the 'tervice 'OH 'NQ' PAV.
w Mr. Dlcke'Mop.'al.w'er' of Homer rooster rejoices over tbeite favorableoouditipns. on the Midland until theare y'i ;'

l'' Stanford will tell you while .shirt G., was here last week looking at Attend the festival atthePfannbullding Setting out> 1/01.-. forced do so. J .. 1 '
,, half various tracts of land with a view to evening and to slips barn also been > carried on with It Is to the railroad' commissionto '
al.aL"- about price. next Tuesday. encourage up i O1 TE ; '. NN'3C. .., '
i' Investing In a cattle ranch and ItOUeto success. .
orange the baseball bays, in providingsome see that their order Is enforced 'or
, Miss Jean Caldwell and her mother grove. good wholesome amusement. for Laipelcllo: ha 'ar' "
l 1 are oo a visit to relatives in Virginia, the dulll8.IOn.; pout otters the following: broad gauge la begun. bat. the at .....
thee VJYoung's
Mr. Everett'Bass a former county town v.l titer UM Suet /
.tr Nice line of picture moulding and commissioner of this vounty. but now A Missouri editor In answer to the The railroad bug is soaring high ,
mats, just arrived J. W. Thompson.Call of Humor Oa.. was here last week vis- question "Do bogs pay*" replied Attre..10 The _bee is on the wing, .Female .

I .. Ring his brother Mr. A.0. Bass of many of them do not., They will The ttteaui U up the oars, are nigh ,
and what Stanford has tooffer T
see And this. "' ,
Whittle several and we gladly flag.Come THOMJUVUJJt. OA. co -i. !
: you In exchange for your money. ? a paoer years ..
their will be sent one. come and join ourband
;; .The ten-rooni two-story. dwelling of then some day paper .' .. HUrhMJ t CwTtnUum. FlftoMultr. h ta'
The' City Bakery I. agent for the A. L. situated back marked refused.-Enterprise, Bnwl D..m and ..
White Star La" best .in the Chandler on west side Kan., Push. And let your voices ring; kissimmee'Dr.I'to.' .. .'U and CxpnMton.. Nm .w 8u/Mi '
of Broadway adjoining N. B.:"Carson's . Utmt. Rltctrlctac
State. The
road ts breaking through the tea.
.. residence la for sale. Price low Mrs..: P. C.; Lee and Mrs M. Kats wl. .mm 1'VoL..II-. 1

'''Why not trade ..Ube-' Cash Bargain terms easy.' ,Apply to M. ;Tiller agt.. will leave Monday for Ashevllle. and ,And sand we will loudly- sing1. NIITM sad PQ.k1Qukom1Du8m -.... ra,.HUMS., yy
Store and get big values for your White\ Sulphur Spring N. C., for a CHRISTIAN HOMaV1NP I' "
money, tlev. G. W. RadcIJtr -Cad aD. B. six weeks: outing About the first of Hurrah! fur the belles that/Wblttler 'WHAT WE DO FOR YOU. '. mrTJUBNQM.. '

D., rector of ..IIS..loLl. AustinTexas., to ,,Baltimore boasts '. . '" Address 1. M: 'CH RAN HUnT; Pre.'U '
September they u on <
Miss Rosa Cromartle. of Shingle and chaplain to the of. .
Bishop 'Texas. will The May bee, sweets, and .U-' I.
visit for '' '
Creek I. friends In Orlando .where they some Wecury'the" largestand I
visiting arrived
at Narooossee Friday on We'll pause.for a while to give you I '
t this week. a visit to bis parents, Lieut.: Cot and lime.Mrs. a toast most varied'stock of our line ., : :' "

,, ) The Cash Bargain Store It the Mrs.:w.. Eo .adman, ., ;C.:,Bass,, formerly' of KI.- For Lewis and 'Grant,, ,when they. {.I'a' town.- ," l Ice, Cream and CoM' Sodt.r .. ,!

.,lalaee to save money when you 'are7trading. Dr. E..H.; Armstrong,, who Is adver. havingextensive repairs call. AT '
: Used to visit this city on July. W .and made on tbe corner store of the Butt Tbls'-effuslon Is 'like the M. D's. We carry none bu the : *r t r

HOD'. .W. I.... 'p..lmer. of"Orlando.was tQ.b,.was delayed on account of "sickness i>lick on Church, street and on flns the class 15th prescription to, bt'' takeq In ''mall 'freshest and purest"of. drugi ,, !'Wnerecab: 1 get soyLstiiir;; \4tlr.P: t
month-will -
; here on business Wednesday but will be here on July 16th tied of open' a doses mod for fear mat an overdose at all times.. '.-', .,it. iwlih, Qnlrn .
called Depot
It will be the
evening. nib, and may be seen at the Tohope-. restaurant. .. mlxbt.bare Ik tendency to nauseate willrelfel'we son Monday sad ,Tues4ay r aM'return kallga Hotel as 'u u..l. Hor.eIeport.e"'St..r. t the 'remainder of the poem for Your prescriptions are filled' 'I It.In flrst-class. share.o1wAAss .. '

The city pound, has _been doing 'Mrs J. L. Oversteet has purchasedthe Mr. add Mrs,' A. H Snyder, who future publication. by a Graduate in" Pharmacy; .. ,. ; ,

quite a flourishing*- business the. past stock and good will of Mrs A. L. have been spending several months tatNarcoossea Urol: Guy is once more among..the besides five years' actual ex1perience. cJM.D1q.; Pressing aodat d,dse'
week < located at lb.Park lamb. of bla' ock and his aduiorltionto Uvtsjr ... .
t Chandler's are now. .. ,
millinery business and 'f"
i 8IngIet.ey;; Hotel, where they will probaby both sheep and lamb relative tothing.that ; 'V. i- '
.. Col J. B. of .a"wflo- took charge yesterday.The bustuess : ; K' '. .
townwas In town Wednesday legal will still be conducted, Mr. H. C. spend the next' three' moi.lhs..; Mr. hare; !beenand, should' "Doeen't. .t.bi8."rMi.R' : ...
Ijj,' '. Snyder has been ill for several days, have been was a wel) limed discourse.Tbe \ .e.t. ,- ('1"-'
business. ; 1 ; \ {, lh Stanford. store as heretofore. s but Is DOW improving.Mrs. Brother always has 'some' good thitii' ?" " r f tostW.L.VaflDnzorfcCo.

FOR SAI &-Fine grapefruit seed- Mrs. Pllley 9h yr. J. .C. Moore thing in stock: for the, WhltUer" people We sufficient belp'tot. J. W.Fla.1 . ....... Tf..
lings. Apply to F H. Lawson' Klslmme went down to Tampa. Wednesday, to J. Z. Roberaon entertained a and be is well appreciated in this carry )) ,;, l'' ,,+
Ela. yMr. V meet the representative of a large number of the young people at a partyat community. Sunday evening be departed deliver your'packages within .

\ J. -A. Lancaster had t.hmI.. northern wholesale house, from whom Delightful her residence refreshments Monday. were'evening.' served for the Bull Creek: neighborhood J a. few moments, after: the pur .. - .. .. ... ..
will stock of to spread the glad tidings.Tbe .
hey purchase- large
fortune. to.,loose a One mulch, >oow by and interesting games'were played, chase. This is not, idle"boasting "
?' .
holiday goods for the. ;Oceols, Poar- orange groves are still d is\pi ay- :
.e death.last week., moor ,i making the evening:; one long to be Ing a tine stoolc! of fruit without., an: but we want your l, _. .

Mr. "no.'T.'lwls, formerly of'Kls' remembered by all present.We outward: appearance of injury from < business and, we' know"we" ., . ,
simmee but now of Eustes,, .1, la., was. Wm: Hunter Esq., Tampa.; refereein are pleased to state that recent recent;'rains. can please. < ; .' .. .;,:..;,....J
,In town Wednesday I bankruptcy for this district., was advices 'received from Capt. A. C, The Hoe crop of corn on the Drtwdy .' !
here Wednesday on business connect 0< B FbO'-K 'E''Ft
t Bass.of Whittler, who has been so seriously plantation Is tn splendid. condition a"
M. Tiller has two three nice cottage ed with tbe Goods Co. .
or Warlnn/Ory 111, report him sofar recoveredas and fodder pulling will soon be the '
for la J location. See proceedings. CoU Hunter :
rent good bankruptcy to be-able to be up and' about the order!' of the day. I

him before they ...recfoa.\ was aooompanl Y/ 1'his bright 7yii. little I house. ,This news will be >reoelved-' The Patriarch Is still in .the .camp .Flonrnoy Middlebrooks( ,.+ REAL, 'E!(T'A'E:: :

If you have' any bUDdr,.- to send; son, Yank. : with pleasure by his many friends of tbe Klsslmmeeltes and. John has .

....away, and want it "done uo" in. !goodshape ; Dan Prescott c.,' of Cpioley, was In I throughout the county. not yet returned . MANAOJER. ,AND ''INSURANCE.. "
phone the City BAlmery.e .' own Tuesdayand carried home with The baseball,team returned ,:from Cattle appear to be doing well In :" .. 1t
removal sale him a hay press, which he will use in Orlando last night somewhat orest- spite ol the bad weather; milk and ,
Call Our grand and! Is best now'bar on. baling his large roll of b"". Dan, fallen' and ''disappointed.They were butter. are plentifulas' the executive. ,t. .. ,

early" secure' the one of the most suooessful farmers ''in defeated by tbe..Orlando} team by a mansion. :. ..
s gains M,JCanner.A Co. his section! of Florida,, and.. believes score of 0 to 6 but claim their defeat M''... Joe'Williams Is still Improvingand P..M.: HIVE8S.., M./U.Pbyalciasi ..-. .:.' -, .,

I Mr. and M.... Acree,"of Tiger Bay- Improved! methodCapt. *" was the feault unfaAi""decisions ,of Is now a regular/ "behmdtbeoounter. $25, REWARDTo and $hif'1PO.;' '.

who have been visiting relatives. near ,. Dan'l w. Prescott of Conley the umpire, ; The Klssimmee boys becaiue In his emporium.. WITH XfSMIMIfXI. Pace COMPABT.: VtBJMIUMBS .
,here returned: hOlDeTuead..4M. "near Orlando came upx>n Tuesday to disgusted .&Q4re'ltled, to. take 'Mosquitoes have put' In their 'ap ...oN.Offac...', eft ._w.n',, '.:: ti
children tbelr last IOD IDIl. '- pearance but n t In sufficient numbersto '. rte.
... Bullock the .
S." Hv and superintend barbecuingotthe meat ( yd
disturb slumber.
left today for Coronado Beach for ,a for our grand eelebratlan and has the. In enforcing' the ordinance;; which seriously' our the person possessing the ,,T
I the bulls from running; at-;:' large A peculiar accident occurred duringthe DR. LESLEY ,WEE <'f '
few weeks outing at the seashore thanks of our people for excellentway prevents W. DON.;
,',: In which the meat was cooked. OD., the street Ibe'ell.,. authorities Lt Col. W. E. Cad man spent the We )have heard oothloe', but -praises, have solved a problem which has been another on the bead causing' almost the. i ""Boldest. Mathusheic ,Piano-. ay. nAM. MOSS AND 'TMBOAT.' ,
instant death.The kicker was ,
day In Orlando Wednesday, returning which Is remarkable. Three cheers puzzling the brains of the owners, of
to Narooossee 'the afternoon for time As long property John Thompson *nd' the Private Hospital;',American NatloaaW'D"Dk
f on. .tram. for Capt. Prescotti-Sanford Chroncle. milk cows some as '
these objectionable males were allow victim belonged to, Lawrence .1'1 lieI',. '$15 reward to, the personpossessin&r Bid rg, Tampa. Fla-' _ ,
+ i Capt C. M..Frasurebas: -been_ con ed to run at large It was impossible to both were oow hunting ..t the. time : f t KV!: ,
fined to his home for the'past. several Marshal Williams and his' force of the breed of the cattleon Mr. Arab Bass is rapidly recovering ; ,
Improve dairy Dlt.ffr1Nh8ON: .., __ : : ','J
with .severe attackof oldest piano "
'y f.I ,days a lumbago. 'oow punchers" are doing valiant the streets but with these eliminated fro** ....y ieont!' Illness, his ., the. ; MJ.- -':.

r For lowest prices ever heard' of oil service these days In enforcing the il is probable that in -short timesons. brothers, eons, and daughters* "were .' PENTIST: I" "'PJ, .

4- d marine and stationary gasolene engine ordinance alr..lo"hor.s.., bulls eta; good males, Jersey or other all w lib him and fol'" 8Ome ..Ime. there of othermake. Please r OfltoK

4 see P. D. .White. Kl .lmmee., running at large op the streets. milk sock, will be brought in,, and I was an apparent' boverlng between any over, Osoeola Phsrmsey.: ,
, Ala; ,/ Among the first to suffer from the -enoroement with our superior natural advantages- IKe.aod death but the constant efforts .. 'Hot1B.Sf:, .' ....'so; in . .- 5;

'. :, On account of removal :''we'are' ofJering of this ordinance were, two for raising dairy cattle It Is altogetherprobable cf his noble wife whom nothing could send us your, .name, your residence ,OFfCE' r. 1.3Q J.O. b: m.m..
'+ of the city aldermen who bad to put that within the next few daunt, at last gained the victory 'and : .. Telephone No. (ft' Jon 6, Ivr.',,. t
our entire' stock for the next 15i while the good brother'has. ntot yet I. - f ,, t i.
up S2-and S3 respectively to redeem rears KUslmmee& will lead the state In I .
'.days i at and below, cost M. ,Kanner' animals from the pound.-, be pr9duotloo/of One mulch cows. been enabled to leave his bed, s>Ul the ; ,*; the name arid numb '
,i &Co., change for the better.. so apparent ,. .. I p A. VANS..AGNEW, ;. .
the. barber shop.; Everything Mr.;' F. C. Harding of (Georgetown.B. Mid-Summer Clearance,Sale. that those who came' from a distance I . .. 1"1.. y
R Try new.'up-to-date. Sharp : C.;has arrived., the Narooossee have returned to their '!tom...* Toe r. of ,your piano and "whenpurchased. i rATTo .r"AT' LAW...,;!,..'! f*
oewv! : i Sanitarium, to arrange for', tbe r H I will'offer: my entire stock of t ladles*, health of our community otherwise U ' Iu I I AND' NOTARY PUlL1Ct ." I\ V
sec, cepllon his wife' who has been ilf summer dress jroods' ..., very low all th*. cOuld be desired.. -' J I r > ; ,

for several years by that Institution' ( for the next 90 days for cash. I The beat thus far has not been oppressive :-J .; 'This 'don't colt',,, . KISSIMM1sE.'PLA.: ,. ; '." .:';..,

i r .) .. Edith Bendrlcks; of /Green We understand that Mr. Harding''iso I f"have ''handsome' Us* of Batiste I the beaiy: rains have had a .... .". , ,
Cove Springs Is the guest of ber sister well pleased with our summer climate Lawns, Dotted Swiss, Voiles,, ShirtWaist tendency toCOOl/ the alrrThe thermometer 'aiything. and'yod .' -4 :\) '"
:,t ,' Mrs. H. G. Conova, at the. Park soil, and other advantages:that goods, all fresh' newgoods I stands today at 88 degrees the you, ; , rrlay.' ", ; : 'rWINN1
HoteL f' 1 ""* be has concluded to remain here per. that must go regardless price. ,I I barometer: Indicating' light showers ., ''. ,

Mrs. Ed.: Keen, l'sod,;children returned manently-and baa ordered his furnl- I also offer all, of my low cut shoes :I for the morrow, this ts-about the highest win$15 or $29.. ._ ..:J'" .... ..:
Lure. shipped to N arooo.-. t' l a whit canvas and tan colors, : the thermometer has reached thisyear .".
home () Day- and children the ... 01"1 ._.uv..liD v.. .; ;,, ,
tons where haven, Cap Clay :Johnson 1.r.ak'lor'ad men, women at while tbe countries to which.ourwinter ." :'.
I they. out rate price. All I ask 1s that tourist retire for tbe. smmnlermonths r' "
of the quiet season to his ,
'v :;i. fleet vantage of river steamboats. and get barges call and! the prices will |s much warmer ... O. L 0. Ludden & Bates ", ., I".
Every 25 cents In cash or paid do the rest; H. C. STAWOiuv I : Je I
spent iua.ATS.. 'd
n good shape for the wlater business.He oils' : e sa: xa.eswn. \
.on your account at Kats's entitles you has reoeotlv .beta having tbelearner _,J.i1ra TM-a.Ll :: TAMPA .' --C.. rwuw.,. "\ i ia
' to a chance on one of those beautiful tUsebal ftstiraL ,,FLORIDA.t ., I .. I
,., J Roseada'thoroughly, overhauled was a. snan who, against! all ( dds, avtainedtbe t liP' \
., hat racks. t and rwpaloted, aodwlU pot herOD The Baseball. also.. will hold ,an (b ,, btxbest hoaor* mao could !0.11.1. '

New barker shop at Patrick's old the run to BaslngerwhUa tbe Lhlle cream festival' In the vacant Plane <'.gel ta u. United .Htates, Ballard'sHortbound HARRIS: SANATORIUM; ,

''\ .....Dd. Service by a. tonsorial artist t. undergoing repairs. "He "Is also bu lid lair next -Tuesday'evening,.July ', Syrup has Attained sRtaoe > : : ,,-. -V 0":"il rlAf1fWfeV CJM'w i :
1C conversant with all the .latest fads in having: all his barges. worked over 17th. y t t never eq..ailed by !any, other I1., W11.LSONe: Ja,," "inRIsRY.A L. ..
-* barberlag.. F and put la lassoosidltloa.' Caps : I I : ,... It Is' assure cure for > \
a : "ToCar P .r ,I. ,, ; ."
.' i' Clay ls one of !the best steamboat hen !1rCeld If O.. Day ... 1' I Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis ;InOuensaad t' )1O'rEY PUBUC.: .. '1 1 ' :.rrfS&WS: \ ., ..,
i Mr. A..L, 'Chandler will move;,n Is bat (surer turned a pilot; wfeet' .-od TakeLaxatiwo"Ia: 'omo Quinine Tabets. all; Pulmonary diseases. Every!: &rA ; "011.MU. ,
family to Miami lathe next few weeks cloee not spare any...Ioa or''expensewhere '; ArWgTsM refund the money mother ahould keep supplied wltbtbU l 'A"-LA.G..i: "* ; ." ', BAR: NORE A.. 1'.... ...-. .'.
"',''i where, he Is Interested la orange growing the eomfort and eonyesienoeet>> U it falls to .ear*. : E. W Grove's slgUesieaohbox. .-' wonderful ooswh snedieto.';l'or..1e, ,' Real Estate Agent.' ""' "OgSeB.ursta/WJtId. '.:T
. and trucking; <.. tlscnUttsau'S. ureattoerae. :*. ......., _...... ., .ids '',tf' 'by, .Robereon's, Pharmacy! ' ;';':, ,E3FLORIDA: ; ,OftLANOO. |*i .4 PAORr ; / -
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x lllL "lil0 K.c..t. -'" K.' .K..fat! step 4a time, with persons, of one's URGED: iHELP .
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t t ,, .elf'1 had learned a* a ]title girl from the .. "
'. A . itinerant dancing matter of the neigh-, Secretary Shaw Appals to' Rational .. .1

p- FOR .HER boyhood and had Il.Dce'lkept i up 'the' .Institutions to Aid 6ovrnmnt Flbrida

'1 ., 'FATHER'SJOINT accomplishment with the!, Miss Qtllets Supplying Small Not..., Doings in :] :
theimillef's. daughters, when two or
she- went to take .
.- three time a year,
> < .SIN. tea with them., Secretary 4)f the Treasury Shaw r

0, Bnt on the polished'door of the Tat baa Issued an appeal to. the -national --y x

P-P ton ballroom, and in4 an atmosphere bank' to assist the government in '. Col., Brown Elated Railroad Chang Ownership.The .

OF brilliant ..nth.Ucb"t and laden with the, supplying 'pressing demand for note .CoLt Tbornas J. Lw Drown presidentof '\, latest development in railroad ,
h .o"EDWARDS scent of flowers, and with excellent Of small denomination. lie has ,sent
BY the Florida<< State fair returnee, circles 1* the purchase by' Peter O.
**t '. music, and--otiRht I .to' have put .it to ,all uatlona'l l banks.. a letter requesting from Washington 'filled with enthu- Knight of Tampa on behaU b( then
first or J.iat--wlth Gifford for her partner them to Issue much of
s the ;aggregate slafm peer the passage :of .the bill board 'Air Line, of the Plant City.. }
it seemed to Miss Grand that she ''of their circulating ) '
notes in
S.'HONQR:.;; was waltclng'now for the first time In fire dollar bills as possible, indicating pirovldlng; for; the government particfpa3Ing' : Arcadia and Gulf railroad, frond"I I
In .Canal D. C. ,
her )if.. the Panama exposition Messrs. Q.. A. Root
} that there 1 '
more .profit in the -
She forgot all her former,"''mortifications -to beheld In Tampa In19O8..- and 'William and Albert Scnnleder* "
Issuance! of such..notes, than In
lM'y'h. [ t"JR,r'(7!7f'sf. lCyf'fg'f ooo'!''> ''W'W'W"IIIt"wr W'71'ICr ; she forgot the little triumph that out notes of a:'larger denomination. putting (Sine ,the beginning of Aha session who have owned'"'ani "run It In' Connection -' '
she bad pictured to herself she would of congress Just closed Colonel: with their lumber mill. and 1
ciAPTEn'IV.: \ .:.4 Utterly Indifferent to the way in In the course of his letter, Secretary .
: feel If Mohun daD ed with her; she Brown has been .In' Washington; In crate factory at Plant City.-
,'.. 'Continued.; which )11''. Tennant oe any other person only knew that she was with him- Shaw says! : the interest of tho' Isthmian Canal ''The' purchase 'money 100,000.. was
Gifford had aid something to her In the nom; might Interpret his conduct clasped by him-her band In his-his "The treasurer of the United StatesIs exposition bilL'H wanted official paid into the National Exchange.Bank !: -

that morning In hi* tender Indefinite Gifford w.* looking radiantly breath down upon her forehead! She, Unable to meet even at this season recognition the' the of Tampa. a few 'dayu, ago ,and J

way, about the first dance; but owing happy aa lie stood by ;Jane' side, and Jane Grand, who, till the last '.tbrceweek'l of the year the pressing demandfor government and "a provision that the the deal consummated by which Col. '
to some mistake of the village flyman's. (after a very old-established custom bad scarce ever spoke to any note$ of small denominations..The! will became
United. States army -and nary Knight rjnd his ,
.they: had missed' nut only tho first but among Loren) Jiftd"alnac)7 commenced : younger man than ){r. Pollctt In her coming autumn will'greatly Increase 'f..oclat
'at railroad
participate by holding maneuvers the -owners of 'thla valuable
the' commencement of the second making amends for, his own ill-doings life.. II' this demand. In :the absence'of legialatlon -- ' f'
V dance; and so the first thing she happened by' preferring some counter charge* When they paused at last.-.Giford's I am forced to appeal to tho Tantpa and In Tampa bay while the property. -
exposition is In progress. His work The road Is now about 15 miles
to see of Mr.; Diohun was' his against her. first word tare her quito n chill national J bonk to use every f eason-. ,
think wouldhave was successful and the bill was p....- In'' length, running from'' Keysvllle to
did not
bandsome, smlllrfg face, bending low really yon "Tourwaltzing: Is capital! For n>* able effort( to 'relieve the ..situation.
:'over Miss- Ague ;Tennant: :,,, a* they forgotten 'your promise so soon, solo .tlme In my lifel think I nearly "If each bank will do its share ed during the last hour. ,of congress. Plant City with a spur being constructed it
Miss Grand. It was worse treatment that Austrian The entire Florida delegation combined to the new' MImmihger phosphate
;-whirled round and round the cpom to- k'Ptm! (., I must Introduce there will be no difficulty; Failing in .
'(ether in the pleasant evolutions of a than I expected at ;your bands." with the long name1' ,.ou- this there 'will- be Teason 'to in. support of'the measure and plant, -about four miles from N''
'very fast and spiritedVails., ' "What treatment, Mr. MohunT". these Austrian fellows dance the deux Colonel Brown bas 'a,; right to feel the main line. It Is proposed by the
:,At which sight Jan Grand's heart "Not being here for the first 'dance,- temps better than any EnllIsbbmen'do' complain of the Inevitable' shortagp. .. proud of ,his success! new owners to extend the road south {.

:turned quite sick. Sbe knew nothing a* you promised me." >'D small belle The president, of the Unljpod States through a valuable undeveloped 'sW 3

;;whatever about the laws that govern She turned her face up to him'witha :"Austrian! !" repeated Jano, mechanliinyi "The law permits national"banks' to Is 'authorized to have the army' and phosphate and timber section. t "
while that Gifford thought to be Irresistible Issue one-third of their, circulating
society. She wa ignorant that men- ; ; I navy participate in the exposition ,
oven wben seriously In.lot*-felt It Incumbent ' ;; that Miss Agnes Tennant.con- "Tfff, some follow) (n the Austrian I notes In denominations, of ;five dol' which Is to celebrate the beginning i;
ppoa -them sometime to reapond tldered painfully forward for a'person )service that the; :Marshes brought.- He lars. The aggregating outstanding national . ot*active" work: the Panama-canal. Y Dlffto' Dons Prison Strip*.. lit
to the smile of other pretty In Miss Grand's position Is pnRsInc, before us fit this moment. bank circulation 1* a little jover on 'V. J. L lmn, the passer of worthless. ;
It believed that there will be the
,face besides 'the 'one' they have "It I* not my fault. I was dressed an And Gilford pointed out n very tall, 1500,000,000), one-third of which, or checks, wh6"operated extensively

pledged themselves to adore She took hour before the carriage came, but I well-lookin/( young gentleman, with a 1166.000,000, mightbe In five-dollar greatest naval display In Tampa bay through Georgia and Florida< , has. ,,
\ everything eat'"1 children and did not know you really meant to saffron-colored mustache, \vb< 'was gyrating notes. Instead of this ma.xlmum-there everen' In southern waters' and been' esnt to 'the convict camps to- V'

.Tory singlehearted'people: will do. dance It with me, alld--.nd-I thought at the .rate of a great many i* 'approximately but $$74,000.000' !that the army maneuvers will consist servo a sentence of ten years for

Glfford could not look so happy and you teemed to be enjoying thntTlnst miles\ an hour, round the room with the fives. The additional $90,000,000 in of every branch-of the service. passing bogus checks and five years

unconcerned with Aggie Tennant If be waft pretty well Mr. Mobun." elder Miss]\ Tennant.... five-dollar bills now available would Colonel Brown will now' begin to for conspiring to'eject a' wholesale-

.really'cared, for her., She had been Whereupon Gifford bent down over' "I am very much 'obliged to you" greatly relieve the situation."It devote all his time to the state fair, Jail delivery at Tampa.W. d
mists ken-foolishly, madly talstakenand' her and said something In,too low a said Jane, when a moment's thought which will be held thin year from November -
there F. who in
must' be apparent that is Carr figured the.jall
her*,wa* an end of UI! Only she voice for any one but hiss Grand to lad told her what, Gifford meant._ "I 14 to 29. He has already
wished she wa h. the little, parlor at I hear.. Whatever it was' It.let' lane am very much oougea, but t don U't more profit In maintaining circulationIn been. at 'the head of two state fairs delivery, case with plffin, went up for ,
borne not .standing hero among this busily to'work upon picking email want to waits.-with the Austrian, or< small bills than In large Large:{ and he has succelllfulJy'carried five years, while Mrs. Carr, who car-- '

''crowd of people she did not know and piece from her bouquet and gave 'with any other stranger. bills are almost Immediately' reseJlt- them through. fled the pistol to the jail, remains-' .

.with the prospect of watching Mr. Miss Agnes Tennant'a worse opinion "And when I am obliged to dance ed for redempton. Small bills find After the state fairis over all at home, she being fined, but sentence -
Mobun making himself charming to than ever of her extremely objectionable with any one else, then?" their way to the pockets of the peolpl*: was suspended by Judge Got
r bis'guests, a* her sole amusement for manner toward tbe ht'lr'of' Yatton. June could not see the positive necessity : and remain In circulation' much Jong.r. ., Tampa and Florida will unite to don.

.the serening. .n "Is such a thing .asa ivhlst table to for hi* doing so, and her crystal- and only in proportion a* they make, the Panama Canal exposition In Eilffln waa formerly a building con-
The waits seemed Interminable, bat be found' ,)[oI1l1n1' asked the ricnr (clear eyes told Gifford' what she atay In use Is! their maintenance-prof J908 one of the great 'events of the tractor in Savannah. He passed off

.. at length its eternally lively refrain but W* eye were on ;Jane'- blushing thought. itable. Issuing, notes one day to have age, checks in that city and also In At A

eltlDe to a welcome.sudden stop, and face. "'-ou are unlike all other women," he them redeemed the next II unprofitable lanta. His operations were mostly i
:Mis* Lynch and Jane managed to '")nal Lynch'and I' are bent upon whispered tenderly for her intensesimplicity to the banks and of no benefit Georgia and Florida Railroad. confined to' Tampa, he having cheat

thread their way through the crowd baring one of-our accustomed battles, ministered most dellclonsly to commerce! The Georgia and Florida Railwaycompany. ed the. Tampa Bay hotel out of. about it
'to 'an 'unpretending looking ottoman and mean to leave you young people to Ills self-love chaining him 'closer
"I wish to call your attention to ., capitalized at $1,000,000 $3.000.
'near the door.Mrs. to take care of ;your own amusements. well fnstrueted encouragementcould *
than all '
one other consideration. If the banks with principal 'office at. Augusta has
"Jane of where to
Tennajnt a> stout'and courseknowing have don ,
vulgar woman in a regal brocaded very find me between the dances,". Interposed "You don't care for admiration a bit. generally will exercise a little care been granted a charter by tbe secretary Condition of Cotton. q

s silk.'(chanced to be sitting,-with other Mis Lynch with, decorum: You are-" and pay over their' 'co lDter. only of state Georgia! to constructa + Reports to the Florida department

dowagers of 4r portance-on a sofa exjitctly "I will see to that myself" 'cried The rest of the sentence 'was only national bank note., they will greatly' line from Augusta through Val-; bf agriculture as ,to the condition of

;-, opposite.them; and at their approach Gifford "At tho end of each dance whispered in Janus ear, aa his arm in assist 'In time of monetary strln dosla'and Vidalia to a point near the cotton crop In this state shows

gar ,the very faintest indli Mina Grand shall be brought back Instantly closed her slender waist again, and. it gency. Nftlonal bank notes are Intended the outhern boundary line of Florida Conditions unchanged since last ?

"',\i :'cation of a bow Jn the direction of to )your charge without Incur made''a well-pleased smile break!. instantly -'' for use, not holding. They' are The road will\ be 350 miles In length week's, reports. .The departmentsums

/'i :jMlss'Lynch. ,Jane[ felt ,qulte.a thrill ring any of those horrible dangers, to about her mouth. not available for reserve and are Including branches. up the Florida cotton situationas

*rot Indignation] against the honest creaff which, .tarcaseand' refreshment A quadrille followed) next which It valuable only when In actual use. The new road will pass throughand follows: "Crop small; stands bad

two for returning this bow with:: raehi room. expose' young, people.' Mr. -Fol- was.Mohnn's.. duty, to dance with the Please use them and 'do not send develop one of the richest and grassy; labor Insufficient in
i .compound Interest of nods and miles lett. Jet ins chow yon the wa)'., ''The wife of one of the county members them In for redemption until unfit for .section of southern Georgia and will tity and inferior 'In quality.' Th quan'J

+1tLD4. grateful humility, and .uncalled card tabled are established upstairsin and which .at his wish Jane walked, use. They are just as secure, Just'as bo, constructed through the ,counties erage condition of upland_ cotton '

for ,impressment., Would she hove to the-drawinc room. through: in company with Mr. Robert safe, Just aa convenient and Just ,as of Richmond, Burke, Jenkins, ESman- stands
'at .78 .
submit,to And perhaps the proudest the most wbo'nntU this bad never ; sea island .75: general 'i
a. similar,condescension at Nash night, their '
to tho people, and' '
acceptable net Toorabs Jeff Davie
I ,, Montgomery, condition .77. 1
Percentage ..
be ,hand'of' wauet'TeDb&nt., golden moment' Miss Lynch' life before (though living in the tame parish forms 'of moneyavailable
use leaves .ether Coffee BerrieD and Lowndes.
rhen'' Mr. 'Motun should bring her 'wa this; when, leaning upon the arm ) been more than remotely aware of aerea< .ack- mother's.-side after this of ,tbf',Tlear'of Cheaterford, she followed such a humble persop as Miss Grand' for reserre. Work will be begun on the new tost-year, ..96. The .scarcity'of laboris ,

king np and down the room, which ;J.s.- nut Mohnn across the entire existence. Then came 'another fast MAKERS. road at (once which, will hava 'a the 'moat serious feature of the. .' .

aengea. ''*.' taoreecAly ate enjoy space ot the Tatton ballroom, and dance and Gifford .was at ,her. side AFTER' THE. GUANO' charter of'-*>one- "hundred and one unsatisfactory. ., situation. "? 'V'V/'V'; ; .* .. t.
fraaovrT' ,' with all eyes, or so, at teast.'her Imagination sgaln. ; ,1'' -, ' ,- :' :: o oo---: Chemical' years.. : -"""' >' ,4i," '',:'I"I'I(;;,?/$$' "
'' the Mttctest fondly hoped, beholding her on '' ,lie remarkedafter 4MoersofVlrgtnla.Carolina. :The following djare the, Incorpor" I '
Almost fee np she had It is very hot here Captain: A0Blcknelllformerly;: : ;? "t'

.bowblll'Jle4, in- Jane' heart at the lUmD)1t' and pinnacle,of her fame!. they had taken one or two turns ; '""','Co. Wanted.
b'\I. moment After expecting: so In ilence. "Suppose.we go upstair Edward Tsacford, assistant Uni- ton Williams and E., L. Bermlss of'' Texas; hal reached'Pensacola; and relieved '-

Elnnch-after lying awake for so many f '1JJJAP'1'ER"o' and look after those.whist players. r ted StAte.tattorney of Knoxvtlle Hlchmond,. 'Va,; J." William\ Midden- Captain Thomas' .

Anights'la .'"state ot'excite anticipation .'"Two or three .sleepy-looking old gentlemen don't think it right ot you to Iqs sightof Tenn..,, was" in1' ;RIclImlnd-: VLL. 'Monday dorf of Baltimore-'K.;"- ,Callaway. commandant.. dt the Pensacola Perry 'A.

-to be.' in'reality, only a unit, and ,, already wearied of the ball, Miss ..Lynchand the,;'vicar' -a* you twr'the, purpose'ot jnailng a motion George R. Lombard, 'Jacob Phlnlry, yard and commander of the navy

a very plain, unnoticed unit", among. were:.llemble4 'In the card room: so do." before Judge Edmund Waddm., James 1'. Bothwell, Frederick' B Pope naval district. This eighth
the crowd of Gilford' guests.Above Glfford.Tonnd-no difficulty In gettingthe Jan laughed, and wa ready to do in the United States district court, William E. Bush and William H. Barnett all of district comprises -
all;: and when be bad said so much vicar .and Miss Lynch' launched anything Gifford proposed. .. to'remove S. TV: Morgan. president of of Augusta.Ordered the navy yards, stations-- ',,-
about the Tenants'to"see" him,sow, into their ierenlng'a occupation. When they reached the first landing, the Virginia-Carolina Chemical Company and reservations between Tampa and

J dancing" and.talking to 'Aggie,.'Just : Mohnn and'Mis Grand, felt mutually however;a sudden or it appeared to ; and Fortescue While and S. the Rio Grande and it will be among/ il

jwltb tb* same manner;'and, no doubt, sensible of relief wb baring watchedthe ;sane a sudden,'thoughbtinade
:t1M.-'aauae\\meauII\S. with which for I deal into Miss Lynch' band, they wish to visit.hlr ancestors Sn'the picture thesame'company to the middle district , County Attorney Reese has notified to make trips to Mobile, New Orleans ,

>w U-nlgh! these threepast' weeks ..he. were free' at last to leave '1the card 'gallery instead of the vicar and'! : of Tennessee for trial under the. air member of the board( of Galveston, Tatnpa ''and point.a.on ,t
'bead bean talking'to'1ter.elflngbe room, and to think solely ot themselves ; Miss Lynch in the card room. -4 -f I indictment made against them there county commissioners of Hillsboro to the. coast Captain Bicknell is
; ntts. "' .altz.ah411Oth.DntlI! of. and of their own Interests,, I "The gallery Is sure to be eool'an4 a*; antitrust' either settle their Indebtedness to' the .well known, having beep in commandof
violation of the Sherman
alt human desires was borne with, such For t minute or two they Were silent' ; I dim lamplight la'the best time of all I fpr county, or else suit will be Instituted:, ,r the battleship Texas when that i ',

force upon'Mis Grand's mind,'that It then, as is not infrequently the cue for first seeing the'grim old,pictures.* I' ** law 'ibe money was 'overdrawn, by the vessel, as flagship of the coast squad- ; ""

was, with 'great dlfBculty the could when two person are equally ..embarrassed Ton hare 'never been there. Miss commissioners, but this was not ron/vlslted: Pensaccla the past winter ;

force back her tears: and' when, at .each began to speak:, at. .pro Grand!" COTTON: MILL" WORKERS ,HAPPY. known until recently .and aU of.,,them for' tho annual -target practice. tAt
last the'TIeat..JDAde his way through cisely the tame>moment. "No, never; thiswas'. ; first time ---. ,
the crowd'and began some of his little "How, 'Tennant Jane bad.ever been'tnatdethe houseat Gneraf Advance In Wages.Has Gone .had gone out of office. State Auditor' ----'t';
pretty Aggie
very -
checked the accounts and Perry W. W Wider
\mos :
up shut
kind her Tatton. : In Massachusetts. was
stately speeches upon appear looks to-night%' was Jane's remark.,. Into Effect
' since and dress,. the mile' was a very "I felt eo angry with you" for breaking ''The first, but not the last I hope," .An- advance of 6 per cent in'-wages found members of 'the old board had and Instantly killed by City Marshal

"tdreod'bao"'W1U "\vhlei.-'*U* trov "to : your promise," was Molmn's. , ,_ whispered Gifford softly, as he opened' In colon mills In thirty or more cit overdrawn whais allowed' them by W, R. Rhodes. Wilder wan. intoxicated T

ranl'Werhi; ,> ... Which irrelevant ,observation went and closed after them tbe door of the ies. >towns 'and villages of southern law by from. $200 to $700 Per member and had been carried home- by

,"I,came'her exclusively to see you, to pron'that their thoughts 'wfre, in long, dim-lighted gallery.,"Mis Grand Massachusetts and Rhode Island went nd amounting In all to ",300. Rhodes, but noon came back aijrt de .( f

Jane., I hare not been! In a ballroom reality occupied with '" generally; some; time light you is not allowed to receive sbaL When Wilder startedto
nearly twenty years; but I was de> -Mr. Glfford' little flirtation. erative are benefited. Since the In- raise I
,tannlnedto'ee yon at ;your; first'ap- '"Sweetly pretty repeated Jane, pump can become" acquainted' 'with' them one ception of the upward movement. 165- from the county: more than $lOG per his gun, Rhodes fired two shots' from

>, pearnee as a grand dame and I am string her-own' subject pertinaciously. by one. :000' textile operatives in the New '' year, except for mileage- and per' hid revolver, killing) iiim Instantly- I

.very' well rewarded for my pains." ""Now tbat I see her of an evening I i The light from the single lamp'upon with England states have had their pay diem but the' accounts showed thla Qne shot took effect in the left breast ..rand
And'th; tlcar.'gaeed wlU genuine don't wonder at all the admiration she the centre table mingled faintly 'to 14 cent. had been exceeded by hundreds of the other enter 4- the face near
advanced 5 per
moonlight -
soft flood of the summer
admiration the waxeD. oval face, receives. .And bow. ,well she dance; the' all the Of the .total number 110.QOO work. dollars. TIle members of the"new 'the 'corner; '' of thaxmouth. and lodged ,

r' crownedwith Its faglle wreath oC nat- Mr. Mobunr *. through! that the wa open filling window toward room the in the cotton mills and about 55,000 bard! were also found to bar overdrawn In. the back 0 -'the head. The coroner's ,
aril flower, and sot off Jn such, pare "Does she; Miss Grandr"As the sum jury
south. tiV In the woolen ,,and worsted plants. to of. about Ul'OO. .brought In a ."erctlc( of
relief by the commonplace crowd: of If you did not know Itt! Now, ftl but the ''members bare settled thisindebtedness. "justiflable'ho Iclde.: '
drew back.' MMM I I '
For moment Jan w. M Wiltsleavea'a
j |'evert. day, fa'shlonably set!! up 'young: do yon really mean "to say that:you a f wlfa-and'two
:'xromen who'snrronnded them." don't think: Aggie Tennant dances "It i. very dark here; :Mr. Mohnn. I )KILLED HIS SON-IN-LAW. ., \ children'he youngest
better Trait to Bee 7 bring only, a
think, perhaps I had few'daYJ.hl. .
fi"i doubt If .I feel 'rewarded. Mr. well r '
Follett" she said, rather trembling. '" to say that I lever did, and the picture by'da711gJ t.00 ." I Father Resent Unfaithfulness to HI* .Pensacola Is in the throe of an / 4

"I don't think a great ban Is stall tbq pevoirshalt, admire either of the Ten- "'- liketh:: .. noise and'glitter of the Daughter: by Her Husband. ,,, Ice. famine, notwithstanding the facf | The preliminary work of preparing:, 'if

Wine thing that :t expected It to be," : ,Gifford ''What 'were, you ballroom bette :'fhan the comber sllcncoljof .' A young man of 27. shot''dead''byhis that three' big Ice plants arejbeing/ the grounds.'(or- the encampment of '

rfiare yon se.n Mr. Mohnn yet r' telling that poor little.:Aggie,not half my poor .library -Very well v we father-in-law, 20 year bl.-.enlor.' run night and day in to state troops, to begin: In,, Tampa August '

'We hate.* *Vf him; bat, not spoken an hour'agoT),.":'an-d-at.tbis moment, win return there. this ; a*' the result of alleged unfaithfulness supply the'' demand. Man! fishing'vessels _.: hal begun. The location Is y

to' Wnu; 'He "was, dancing "hell.we especially, I prefer not thinking of And, In' of the' furthest dealp.Glft'ord .to his wife-: on the part of, the, have arrived Import, recently, Immediately west of the Tampa Bay ,

cam la,;and.lie has not passed this them at all.". ; led ber'away .window froni younger man, was a-tragedy enacted and as these.saljl theycarry,, out many | hotel grounds' and is nn' Ideal. spot
window In the -
way ainc w* bare been sitting here. Miss Grand Immediate'recourse'to : could room. *..all the' well U"'$owell,'-near -\tlanta- Monday' tons,'of'' 'Ice 'each/ :A. ,few days ago fo1''.thfl proposed, -eight days' resi .
whence she. see
I dare say be has a great deal upon his the farther despoiling of her bouquet known Yatton, woods lying I calm,and .Bight."when,Charlea'' ET! Black a the Ice factories realized thatxthelr. dence of the citizen' :; soldier of Florida. '"

,.hands*"' she added; ini\ a t.)n t that abe I ,- lorolyi in the exceeding stillness of,the .moulder',',.who woru' In Withers'foun- putput, ;wasx.not sufficient'to 'supply ,..1F .;,
at to sound extremely: cheerful. .xa'. that for DIe!" said Gifford. taking summer midnit\t.. '; dry, was killed by,lU,.Alonco Church: the demand, but Iclpa! d"no trove F 'Worli'' is being pushed'V long on tile $
(.Is' Lynch and I meant,to amuse. our.vea 'I *mIQute piece Of rayrtl from hu' "Jane\rhat Co yon* thbA/of/Tat* a barber. A' pistol was -used., Three ble,ln getting all that' was' necessary I new"
all night by looking onr"Mies hand"thank.youyit'io ireryt fenvotrbo;; \tGIl1" shots'Were fired, but only,one took'effect from'':either :Mobile or' Montgomery, river-- to 'Day ton&., 'Over a hundred d
>. Lynch and I are going to play. deed and to late; ta&leal ; '
'In,' She dropped her hold upon his arm. ,' lodging In the ''region of the but when,, ..telegram ,were sent 'to I men;;ar. ;mow,' at work ,on\ th.eo grade
: the.\.card-room and. yon.arc bowed ,4cnrn hi., head .till his Dpi '
; to' dance In every set this erencried touched Jane's HttW ':>rrltas 'K; lay She turned from hlnVwlth: whitening heart, and, produced.ilnsiaj death,,, these clUes 'for a few hundred tons and more: :'are ''being' ; put' to work as

t._ therviw,' .with 'decision.> upon,his arm.1.l..teU. cheek and trembling lips/ the order'could:' not be filled. I fut. as they 'can'.be/employed.' ; ., ,;

Mohib :;t.*bytti.g *<} b bel" breath coming singularly "Mr.'* ; Mohnn.' I-I.believe" "'I'Ilk* Tat-, ,.Td ExTENOFCfvf? 1I1aIRV: !: CL' :

10* about yttr.'nentval ott nasa thlclc,'and stammered out *omeMX > ton.. 'Too, -, Actual/ preparations ,.along the line During .a thunder' storm at Martin ' '-o '

0k :rvt' 'heart | & oat *the.ballroom;j ."Ton beti'ereI -Are t .'not'quite V" : It| I I.:Proposed to Take In"-- Employees' of the proposed extension' the lightning* struck, three men who t,

hfoVin wtMua. .say U you ware tot fTes'you; aregooing to, dance thl sure:"Ob'Ifam.aure about' it. thtntT'! r J%liko'ltV: .| baTe v," ,0f Revenue:partnirit" ,p" Gainesville and Gulf railroad{ southward had .taken shelter under"*'a hickory'' ,

to Mai about look...g..r'. , 'y .* tilde with me."me.'answered'Olfford:',It known; no plea bu ,,Tatton, sine j'The civil service '..comml..loti. has; ifronN, Fairfield to Tampa havebegun tree Instantly killing 'Torn Ward, 'in ; ?

t wan good to w tllll.JIN. .hIImaat' w.a signlflcant that ho/was begianhur a' Utti*;<; child" **!., "" ti IwY' decided,: )'''recommend the Inclusion ; and .within ;the next ten, days!, curing Sam ''Groan so',aertoualytbat,< h

i lion be caught th*\rlears eon- to grow-calmly superior Jan shy and :!:'.Why-dq'l/outwa!! / ; words: itweejibstteristBl'bit *Tmm i aulad ae.8.ln. i '1II.'GI'4erefthe" : '.- "mlce cottractpr.ars'now'ta' the ]"mak- Cave fnncorisclous.rrrA '
wIndowI Aro :you eo14! + and:)t {is I expected, ; JJeld mule hitched tier Y
when, 'minute! later Olfford *arU r<.*tag..'of''dam',+intimacy '&he"Iraa'etrlvtng, .to hide.her.:tace that such an', brdcr ,will be. Issued lug 'all; .preliminary"arrangement' *,- to alogging! ,team; wan.. felled and'seriously '
ilt came up/amt after remitting "It: Is. a watt, Do yon Jl.eut They from him,"but he leaned over her, ana within ih*'next.few .Weeks.'This while' :-a large fore ,of men.'I. belqJotteli'Hocetber ''injured, .The:men ,are'-laborer '
I Aggt very hastily to the parental ar* just beginning the ftrat not*: Your '
saw enough to bid him not despair., branch .ofthe'public'' service'is ; ; The. work; will 'be for the Crosby: Bawmlll''Company'. ryas*
joshed away In manner about Wilts of 4IO'U'IMtoil'' Jane-t.aeau.KlaaGrand ' ;
t rne* ) there could'be noJAaO !" '.' '*? s K',v''r ;/ (To Ira Continued. f. 'i ODe of, the few remaining In which. , noshed' 'j .-through- ... '''rapidly "as'- ',posst-- The tore.' of'the; lightning plintre> ; ,
> >aad. r.-L.J::_ ;Jan did'vmlts-if partoaBtKg. the! tr,;.iw'tnlstsq.grarldgr for, tit' n Ct ,,: l th*, ,retrulatlon. *' do not' apply.L... ,,""'/1.JI, /c %"...*:.' oX ..J.''; '' !&Jr,- tJ.i 'j\\ ".they few to the >rrou,, ":}* ,.. ;;6"4i.;' Y,. ../ '/y
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"Balloonist Ws"Bme Far'rronV'Laf: : : **! ., a -'. '1\\' .The ftwelt AM8fttf r'e.P.;ef H.....' WOMEN WHO SUFFEt

and, Miraculously Reeowd--Voyv. t-'a., }'Ruler kyreaela. -Jlma4r ''
''f&t, CflnJldMe
Avers He is I
4 :.thafrmanDemocraticl: Cain! ape' Breaks Ile oord. 'I In Dan,.,,",.. Ferment.Dispatcher t FROM

.,. .mltfee Says He'll Stick ,_r' for the MDECIAR4TION '

After ono.of; i.. most remarkable received', In Bt d Peter ''SickHeadache(

experiences fa thD .history of .aerial burg Thursday from Samara'state v
'' .
-'KNOCKED" BY HEARST 'navigation, James"K. Allen the aeronaut EMPHATICComments that, two regiments) geJTUoning' %.. that :=:; SHOULD usa

t. ,.who ;'mad.* .". ..balloon ascensionat . I Important provincial capital nave mu :

Providence'; R.<'t:. on the 4U. of Dled"aDd >>r."II..4..'a series. ,of.poUtlcsl ,: .t, JI
.Declares .Chsrgee of Gambling Ar. July waa brought to port la Boston oii Remarks" Made by Bry. and service demands.; Tl{eofficers / ,

"scnooner an and Says Any andld.t."Wouldibe promised to satisfy the l ,trlce'dema.D. -
Made : the
,Iles and,,Were .forRevengeBecsuM Friday Bightoa fishing '
the'mutineers would're,,
_ndlana Democrats la.dor.ed . Francis V. BylvUL Allen .was pickedup Welcome! 'to Him 'Exebpt'JdtBallsy If
V turn to duty but the mea repliedthat O
W. J. Biy.n.t at sea 11 miles oft 'Chatham' at ef. Texas. they would be aaUsOad'ooly with compliance nifTD oiFor ,}, ,

\ **t 7:JO Thursday morning,eighteen and with all of, their demands
.A''spedal:. from Lick Sprints. IndL. a half houra 'aftr-hls, departure from Congressman William R. Hearst 'The' '), mutlneeiai command the 'situation '

4 4&.1 Pro-idence. who la at present In Sm ', anoboo, and ire indulging In excesses, '
: Thomas TaggartThuraday gars
\lAllen had a narrow Neap frou. ha*'given.out the 'fo OWIIl8;' The;.situation la complicated 'by' the '
; ''Associated '
'like to ,stat positively 1
1 would
r', 'In'reply'to' the demand made .by' the prevailed Wednesday, baring blown very are.pushing a movement'to proclaima 1 '
World from shore.. ,that ,I am .not a candidate, for dI tt.tb H && u--
New York that be'resign_the bit balloon a long-distance republic la case a general strike now, -J'l"' &" Is 'astlnl'7 free
tiatloaaj! ,chalrmaashlp of the demo1cratio Until news, of hit arrival In'' Boston the democratlo presidential nomination Is declared and may seise the present from all -- mineral subsUoeea.' and la oempaead solely ofLFr1F1li3.
became known It bad' been thought. In itos., opportunity to'further their alma ,. Especially' adapted for -weak and. wary
# party t ha had met Ma death,. aa It .waa' The ferment among the soldiers and constitutions! strengthens the weakened glands and cffransr K obecks,,
,. "The World baa allowed' Itaelf to' known that the 'last' time ha was "Mr. Bryan said "the other dayinLondon sailors at Odessa and.Sebaatopol. con all derangements of the human.body.", '.j I)

'be Imposed upon by- the false and sighted on Wednesday evenlngjie. waa that there were others besides tinues. : CURED, HER SICK, HEADACHE ..

'* scandalous publications of a J'h&l.aew.paper. : traveling. .out, to sea. .,hlmselt .who bad claims on the .No inkling of the reported rioting "Mee. Jose CCeatralla Avenne, TmncJe. "

whose editor Ie' That Alton la alive la due wholly nomination 'through services rendered, and pillaging at Vladivostok has reach. 'l"esaa.wrltMt ."J'-chnCRRtNJS gives me tu ?, {*
my personal
to a fortunate shift of the wind. When democratic and mentioned ed the Russian: public but the milita tallaf and take pleasure fa teeomsaendlaa Ufe, aft ,
f.' enemy .for"reasons best knowm' he.made his ascension at Providence the party, authorities,, who control the,, telegraph Women Who snffsr frrtm rirfc hasdsclie". ff -
,pleasantly Mr.. roll Mr.. Bailey, aDd
I"i -to hlmsrtftv': i on Wednesday the wind.waa blowinga ." would be liable 'to wlthhold-for WTTHMTmiutACHOr. AU.: '

"There ,.haa 'bean no raid nor aW brisk breee from the southwest myvelf. days any news of such. conditions. fifty' :Cents. .'A batik\ "AroM A11'SdINMio.w'''t
% '.'tempted raid upon the .French UckT The aeronaut"was carried la Jail' balloon "While appreciating Mr. Bvyan's ReportedMutiny 'In Vladivostok. ? '_ (

In 'a northeasterly direction, and; compliment I must. decline to be considered . "'The correspondents at,I Toklo of the ;Ballard Snow;- iimentCo.
has such thing
Spring hotel nor a
I ;
passed over the town of Attleboro. Dally Telegraph (London) reports that I. IJ
been.,thought of save by Mr.\ Hearst He had his balloon under=perfect control a' candidate. t the. Hat stand the Asiatic Steamship company's St._ Loa1i,. U...S..A., r

;, and'his:, oorreapondenti."A at that time and while in the vicinity If Mr. Bryan pleases, Bryan,or Folk steamer Colonla, which left Vladivostok _

building, owned by the French of ,Attleboro he descended or;Daile,. .For my part I would substitute on account of the disturbancesthere

'Lick Springs 'company, wholly die-, twice. Stevenson for 'Bailey. and which has arrived at. Kagaa' 'SOLO ,AND :RECOIL .._._ ..._ t '
From Attleboro the airship traveledIn aid. reports that all and houses i j
00141'':"Dryaa.s'services'to the democracy ; shops '
,connected i from the 1I0tel'lroperl7) the direction of Brockton,. and the are diagnosed ,n Vladivostokwere'. closed by police I For Sale' at ROBERSOIS'S. (, DRLlQ, STORIE. a
r too well
; rehearsed -
' was ledsed i to a.1' party to -be used last seen of the aeronaut by observerson ,. order, and that on June 30: thirty ringleaders ,- .
for billiards and bowling alleys with shore' w..- when he passed over He has led the party conplcuously Of the rioters were arrested, -

a strong clause against gambling la Scltuato early In the evening. ,. In two presidential) campaigns and eight big oases .dynamite melted "
.At that time the balloon was headed and ODe senatorial campaign! by Coa8&clul."j _: KISSIMMEE ;
I ledee' After, time this tenant ,
the a he
straight out to aea'WhenThursday'dawned In the national house of congress The same correspondent states that ,
: permitted' gambling. wb: q t stilt "' without'anx' D.W. being has made -the issues .himself and expounded 'the'Russian' volunteer steamer Kltal. I

tor the annullment of -the/lease and received from Alien and It became ,,them\with a brilliancy unequaled laden with military' stores, struck amine 1 FvOUTESTEAMER ;
demanded Judgment. He a peal'4'th.. known that the last time he waa seen and unapproached.. In Posslet Bay and sank. I
wag when ba waa'headed out to sea ""Mr. Folk's services to the democracy The executions'' In' Harbin. la 'con-' ... r .' '., -
trial lathe
,. case, and it Is now pending notable and reaL In fact, his ':
It was theil.'beU."ed be'"would"never are notion with the revolutionary'move LILLiE 8TKAMER ROSEADA. j
present term of court. return. services have been rendered to '.aU went, the correspondent further says, Captain Clay lob..on.,8r c.ptata. Clay Johnson/3-, :; ;
The authorities have, supplementod After Allen paaaed over Miaasachuaetta citizens Irrespective of party for his number six hundred '-- Regular weekly trips to Basslnger r*d re1UfL'oe.ada leaves Klasiav

.c, our efforts! to suppress gamblingby bay, his! pjlghtjwaa more perlV career aa an-honest 'and efficient public Olrl's Slayer Sent to :.Siberia. 'mug ,' 'usdaymorning. ,and arrives rUssimmee Friday .....nlll..' (F.
raiding'the building and that, la ous. Wednesday night ,b. was over servant Is an 'example to republicans ' j Maria Bplridonovo. 'who killed Chief Special Charter Tricavto Lake OkReo'"obee'and Fort'Myers en'tbe Lulls .
all there Is, to the grossly sensationalpublfoaUone Provlnctown. At this point) of the voyage and democrats lUke: of Police Lusheaoffsky, 'of Tamboy, Comfortable accommodation! for passengers. 'Rates reasonable. '

In which The World' baa the wind shifted from southwestto Aa: for ''Mr,I 'Bailey, well Bailey's was sent,to SIberia .from Mbscow on The,moat picturesque Waterway In Florida V '? ,-, .

a placed credence northeast-" and. from Provlncetown services have"been rendered' to' .that Thursday with other prisoners. Spectators .For.' Passenger. and J're1IJa&e.. apply;rl' j ,,' ,. rOa .
"The French! Uck Jfctel company the balloon., sailed. down,, theouter corporation end.of the democracy 'that at the railway station bade her \ l' ,CLAY"i0 80N. 8B- Proprietor.;, .
das not and will not tolerate gambling Cape Cod coast. tA 7:SO o'clock'the: I 'do- not- consider i democracy and keep up a stout heart to which. 'she .. '' board ,-UUla." Klssimmea; r....
In any: form on Its premises.. aeronaut war rescued 12 miles oft whose control of the machinery' of the '''replied! "W ;shall soon be back." .d'. ', -
" life is attested by the court records ' Chatham by the fishermen of the Sylvia. democratic' as'well as'of the republican .' ;-

t which, show our efforts to suppress The balloon-was saved in good party, has, led me to seek my MORE CASUALTY. ,FIGURES. ,
'',: It, and It Is well known to condition and war'brought to Boston" Ideals of the democracy Jefferson '. j

jl' Air. Hearst, who with such knowledKe on the schooner. and the 'republican- that of Lincoln Chicago Tribune Publishes Ita Annual ,:Downfall *V. :
.I continues the PUbUcat.tOD0'? During his flight*Allen covered a In the Independent. league., List of Celebration Victims' v. ". .
" his vindictive and libelous falsehoods total distance of about 200 miles, nearly "Bailey'.nomIDation for.ft"t place, : The Chicago Tribune Thursday published

t,;. 1 regret', that Theflorld baa seen half of which.was over the water. evert by the maclLlae-that nominated i Its ninth annual summary' of ?> Of King Appler"' :

At: to dignify these atrocious ,falsetiooda The point) where he was picked up Is Parker, would be Impossible but Bai 1 deaths'uad' Injuries caused throughout ,

1 :, by editorial mention. about 77 miles from providence la'a. ley's 'nomination for second .place''' Is I the United States by Wednesday's, 'totr

")'lIe f proposition) .that I ,should tee direct' Una t i' conceivable.'' It would have the material celebration.'. Figures up toaD'![ -early. t By 'Horace-Seymour J\mllttr,.
'.r.\ .a'Kn'ls preposterous It''desenel'and' advantage of Insuring Texas. to hour ware as follows: .. __

'will ,receive,! no attention. WAS ONLY. :A' CASE O.TYPHOID- the d.lDOCI'I..n4; of eliciting a substantial Dead *. .. .. .. .. .... ... ;i... SI ., '. ,: ',' "
T "T. TAOOART.". campaign contribution from fly fireworks 'f' .S. .i. .*..... (.w f Y dear'Wend and mush admired: pallosopber and"'savs .
Intimate friends ot Mr. Taggartwhoare Louisiana Beard of Health Denise Report John D. Rockefeller.. But Its advantages By cannon' .... .... ..,. ].., 1 :55.. well as caustic pricker of bubbles lade foibles and

usoally authorized: .to.,lpeale for of Yellow Fever. are obvious Folk and Baljey, By firearms .. 'u, ... ... .eo'' i... 11 rot"Tlpri. > wmi.the passing of,tae apple! Ha loogsj
ton, call attention the fact that Information that a report war published far Instance would be aa oil and water explosives .* ..,..> .. .? '.. 7 i M j ] the fruit, and depicts his longing Ia words that.atrike I
on June 7th the Indiana democratlo In Mobile. Ala, Friday Wing ticket that would not mina ticket I Bytoy.ytatols.r.' .*> 't, and appeaL Bat If 'Tip will take. UM trouble' to
:o oonventioo-Indorsed: :.-S. Bryan'for' that yellow ""er' bad appeared In "of good' pnrevvater and Standard OIL Byrunaway'i i'., ..'-.i;;-iY't.'": *,|> 1 t .In tha season-of seeessw:.... aeaaj* of tb.full-aasb. ofo.
h' the presidential nomination In 1198. New Orleans was received by the Louisiana !""; Bryaa' and''Bailey would -be .llllter-.. By tdrownlna. .;; .;.5'v J'>: rrf3.3fikt.,1IlIjurecl ; 'fruits..' of the teas. ,t sf .MS) tt the Vakca L M. .,.

, and, attack jwt this action .followed. stat board of health., atlve and ,tickling to the ear, ,but ,.. .',,."..'r''.?'.".h'..7':|3,199 ..'.,..!Ho' .'N. ,b. Q.arl_ to't1ie slip.. fatlt ../t Ie" espy a. .
.,'1J I I.= the action:Of the convention being'sf.; Dr. Idea, president of the Louisiana would sound too much like..Barnumand By fireworksV tr: ':r. ptll.OM i : : : I RMt .J. ,4_'. 1.. 'M" "

;? tributed to Mr. Taggart'a.Influence.! board. ,authorized the statement Bailey to suit the discriminating. By cannon .. *., ';.-i.I:..:Si' ..w* .it\ of money.. L.e; : _
'JudgeThomae Buskirk 'at PaoU"has that the Mobile report was probablybaaed taste cf the convention By,11re&rm., .. .. .., .. .,. ..,."' :189 God The greatest apple'that ever appealed to the ..,iIr.0( toe greatest

.. grated a, continuance of> ,.the on the fact that a cue of fever "Wtoy not Bryan or Folk or Stevens By'exploslve* ., ,., .. .. .. 697 gave to man'aad the .apple comes first and foremost) Is beyond all '
branch Lick and West .Baden hotel which was officially diagnosed aa typhoid In 11108.on the .democratic"side, By toy pistols .. .r.. .... ''.. 804 Uoatthe great BpIUenberc. .There. are other apples ranging uP.aa4 dowa i
..>/. long list, bat there Is but?one Bplt.enberg."; I am loath to say there wan
, cases till .July lIon the' promise\ previously reported to the state and why' not Roosevelt and LaFoV By runaways ..'. ..- .. .. .'.. ISFire SplUenberg. That great apple bas gone the way' of all good things; It 1s i
In the ('meantime that no gambling board aa suspicious. lette on the republican side loss .. r.i.! . ... ''.:' j.. ......4BOIn aDd has been for an age; but as a :memory In the mind of the man3who
... win be allowed at either place.; Dr. ,Inca said that 'so;far aa the "I repeat' definitely 'and- positively- Chicago Oead J,' injured 167. :and enjoyed a'nectar-iaden/rult a' something from the'baud. of the gods. .
& Fifty additional affidavits were filed: state>>>oard of health can learn, there I am not a candidate." Last year 42 persons were killed oat- There 8pltsenberga1aow.They have gone like the chip hat < .

'. 'bye UM state': Thursday against the 1 no ,.Uow' fever anywhere.. right, but 'when lockjaw, 'u4 other bent pin, the cotton line and the magic and seductive tamarackwand of than.delightful
;- ," .eleven, attendants of the Casino arrested New'Orleans: -MAYOR HELD IN CONTEMPT. diseases Induced by Injuries had completed !fishing day* of.old. when there was prey fit for the boy: with the
when the raid war made. Thettal their work over 400 lives.bad freckles In the old mill pond., ADd along with the passing of that most dett
I number, affldavlta against them ..MORE'REBATERS CONVICTED. ResaMust .Vacate' Municipal Office been sacrificed, clous of apples went the Greening,'the Pippin and the Qlllaower. 'tt'Tlp";, wUl \

Is seventy-two. and Pay .Fine: of. ,.,000. .The number of' Injured-1.789-HIn visit the old,farms where 'the' famous apples ourl.hed'.Dd made'; glad hletj.
; John W.;. Kern at.' counsel for the Gov..nm.nt''' ..our.s'Verdlct' Against The Kansas state supreme court 'excess ot last'year's'figures by. '51.. heart-taste as .well-he will quickly,.learn why' there are no more,appl.
v'_ 'hotel conspanlos; duting;,the argument Railroad and lie Off-petals Friday-handed.'down 'decision holding -. w Graft! Yes, graft;pure 'and simple. The. old-time farmer kept'.watchful

'J,., In court,' called attention to,the danv The Chicago and'Alton railroad and [Mayor Hose'of Kansas Clty'Ksna ; BIO. "DEAL: .IN'' 'COAL LAND; ":ya upon U'ieWlsli &:apple cI-an4,.... proud of It.' 'He'bad !ieanawtL

,1: ....' age that.had been; done to the two John N. Faltborn and Fred A,Wann. .In contempt, for. having assumed the ..:..-- be, fog It,was most productive In. a pecunisrya3e.::.:;.U4 ow..,proIIcr..o. ,
'!. -propertte.,, ,Taluec1 at, f2.000.00O bn formerly: :officials, ofthe road were office of mayorvsfter the'court had Central Railroad Officials' Acquire' 17. SpiUenbergs, especially;. They brought of returns. They ,werethe .i,
account ot the publication of the raids convicted the 'United States dlr.trict .. ousted him for the non-enforcement 000 Acres' In Alabama. i best keeping) of all among hit fruits, and be coined them Into money j
, insisted hotel "' of law and the law money to buy ginghams, money to pay taxes: money to add a fein.jnom.xcr
: and that the companies court at Chicago Friday'of Illegally thy ,,prohibition The Gulf Coal and Coke Company .
I money to send many a boy or girl or both, to the Village academy' for a ,
"hado, control of the Casinos whatever granting rebates to the Schwars- against gambling. In the order-Miayor of Mobile; Ala., Tb.. ,
yf'the''GeorgiaOentril II 01.winter terms. orchard,vas the applf of his eye-the.0I4-tua.farmer .
- : : that the Casino bad been lea* schild .'&."Subbercel'.Pa. kJD. company. Rose is ordered to reUDQullh'otDce P.' Hanson .president 'I I mean. -, t, ' '
Pf .d'to third parties for term of years .'.Sentence WM 'suspended pending and Is flgedt,11,00o I\, contempt. The ,, railroad'and his associates .But It.changed .when. the advent of getting rich In a hurry opened'its'jpao-) )
ft 'XT ,and after the leases had been signed areum. ta'fen'' a new triaL, : court further! orders,. If Mayor Rose 17,000 acres oftads located In flora pack;.,and spread Ita fabled'cloth broadcast. .., .Th a,tfc. Apple veer,;
the hotel companies hadbrought,, suit It was claimed that'the defendantshad falls to pay the line within, twenty Walker and Jefferson counties Ala chrrd began to be crowded. Pigs could be raised 'more :quickly ,than apple.
to cancel these leases upon Undine' ''allowed th,'- employees of the days, .he ,shall vbe committed :to Jail bama., ThqxCoaslderatlon is said to be trees,. pigs were turned among the grand trees to fatten;'to plow among the:.
that rambling was*, being allowed ?Lathe packing 'company) to, travel tree .of until Much time ,a.. It ,is paid XZMCOO.: tHanIl D.. associates are roots of trees that throve for a quarter of a century to'r'each perfection.-*Plga

Casinos, and. that these suit* 'are expense by refunding to" them all Mayor Rose's.ttorDe,. ,Immediately be the, Pratt Coal and Ooke. and cattle killed the grand old apple-bearing trees. Pigs and eattiefattep.d.

now.pending- money expended) for' transportation.QROViEft .. filed a writ of 'error.. company of Birmingham Ala.. upon the spoils. Pigs and cattle passed rapidly adown the gullet of btI MnltT.
+-.': .... And In the wake ot the greed for getting rich quick pa.H4th..t or-,
CLEMENCY FOR,, PERJURER.; 'MISSISSIPPI. TOWN BURNED.BusinessSection cbards of New York state. Tip"-: -W'Ul'IIn"the; "?, ghosts cf old trees leaning ooC

,MANY BILLS .WERE. PASSED. CLEVELAND IS IU:. -. rotten to the very roots upon many a' hillside.. "The' graft, caused'1t.-UJ.e. ..crat. *.j
-' a r----: President Pardons:JUdge Tanner the of Philadelphia ''II for rlcaes.-New York.. Press, ,, -
Summary. of Work of National' House Former President ),Unable to Take a Partner'ef'Late' Senator Mitchell. Practically Destroyed, It. &; 3

r V of Repreenntatlves.' .. F1.lIIftg'TrIP., to West Former:;;;' Ju......' O. B. Tanner, who Fire of ''unknown origin practleally oI/Z1' l.d :o, ''JD' ". tt't. ,) "'14 ,
+ A detailed, statement of the work' KxiPresldent Grover Cleveland Is'at committed perjury' in the trial at Port destroyed the section ofPhladeipbls '

of the house of representatives during his home In Princeton and will: be land. Oregon of.his partner, the late) ) ,. Noshota oounty. Miss .(;:J'. .
the first session of the fifty-ninth congress unable to go,west aa ba had intended.Mr. BeniUpr John H. Mitchell,, baa,"; been ,.Friday-4: wiping out'.tga-bufdings'and "

, .t Just closed war g\Ten\ out"'onThursday''by.'Vyinthrop Cleveland and James H.. Eckels, pardoned, the president) d.ina1ng' \ the 'bank"butldlng, / ;. The Defects=: of .Our 1 ,:
,: ; C. Jones?tally former comptroller the Tanner 'committed perjury iip torib given ''at thirty thouaaad,do.. ** t ",
currency ;
,clerk'and shows that there were 4.f OIt I '
had planned'a-fishing. trip In Wlsoon- testified In relation to bis partnership lard 'with. ,Insurance of 'twentywo' ; . Criminal Law
t: bills passed, b,.the bouse,and 3&2J0ftundisposed ' "" A
.agreement with '
sin, but :M''. Dckela: wars notified that Mitchell, swearIng thousand ,
;.. of.:The/words' "bills Is Inclusive Mr. Cl"nla.n.oa14, .be unable to' that a written agreement had beenIn Congressman am Byrd la a heavy : .

... ourrent'resolnUona.of ;Mlle, simple,'jolnt and.con keep tha engagement on aooowa 'orw.n. existence .for years, wherein the loser.,,three of the buildings having "7 4 By G0org* 'W. .II 8! '. < .
.... agreement was not', three:months old been owned by him. \-
HERB two ...w0" la ri .
i; Tha. total lIumW. pf.laws.enacted . ore reasons why criminal presmtag
.j drawn after i Mitchell
and was got '
.' by this congress Is given officially as .. / ,problem today.' "One I.,the repression .by that refocna of ,
.....'Oft' *", N TRANSPORT :THOMAS' ON .REEF.. ,, .Into trouble..HORRORS. LINEMEN HAVE BATTLE., T lynch law.. The other'la Dot..teas Important We ued.a.& '
1' i ... '- r I ..:..- reform becavM the social condition ot oar day tmpei'attfely

": VICTIMS." Government Vessel Goes Ashore .Near . OF HYDROPHOBIA, Union and Non-Union NeEngag.Ii, demands a.substantial. ;increasa: la the scope and M'er of
'SEVEN HOLOCAUST, ':Island) of. Guam. -, ....Iou. Affray In Savannah.' cl'lmlaallaW. ; a system,strong enough to meet the DeW and

-' Meet Death A'Manila dispatch says: The United Took Three Men'to Hold :IHIneOfiTiii: Union telegraph linemen and 'nonunion increasing requirement of our clvHlsatlon .for.eorrvcUveand' .
and Children
f'h.P' criminal
repressive law, A.syptam, too eomplicatoddeal
States traasportfThomaa. reported Death'' men employed by the gouta- .
} Struggle. c. '
In Home out certaJa.JuUoe'to
) Burning common-offenders Ignorant
to be ashore on'a: coral reef near Bell:Telephone'oompaay la
) placeof
Mrs SolomonOoTbau and.her .ts 'IIL" GeD.ral' Lynch. Minion a' moulder.-.died hi ,brataLpoor>> !is.purse mad Influence;,CAD never adeqaataly.dealwith our
tr the Island of 'Wood 10 .the strikes had a sertona affray In
class of big business crlmlnala. wftb the man who get frail the
; ,
burned to death Fri LouisvilleKyvBatorday .of hydnvphobia.
children were
: has asked the secretary of wa/ for Savannah Saturday night Several ufiaters .
poratloa and wreckers the faithless
trustee od
day night In". fire that destroyed authority to peed the Uanspoct, Meade Jllnaon' ,'was bitten two weeka were Injuresd" In ::the-''melee.fwhlch'assumed ; the exploiters of 1II1JJ&Jdpa.Hu..tI1..tee who gtv* brifeeawho ajrs

their home'at Lafayette; ,'lad Bolomon to.take'' ,the :Jaawngera'aad; cargo agar. He had '200'( convulsions;."e4 r the''"p ooport1Ou''of a 'riotlj,' A, take them. the truss operators who sia' a JuCeetF Ill

o or \ 'Oobbau. Hhf husband and .lathe ::was ',.....Tliem.. U'reportad to have ,*. .during his, last 'boon ''his aarsnfaiire number'of arrests were"made. 'iJTbe I ,break the'law against aoaopoUee, who gJve)'ta4 late hlt'- u
badly,burned-but:win-recover. The ef. tataaee cf 100 feat AU 4 ,. superintendent: the mucompany'arranged '
'.011 toe r. a ... "such that V required'the' Beets ; can predatory weaJtbviwwertaV feM.UaL flftoa .latt.aebad Is
'entlr: family./waa. ;iuteep.-,when' :.thV- ri? board':;:ari'rsaf, tgb earriM:: st ,;t..for.. the' raleaae4ofthe'nooonion .. label bJ'iaiMa'wbtoa oreaks,, groaaa 'and_plies areaka...... ..

,fire :stated.r Q'OOPI..' ", e "': of ,.three. men. tohold: him'lsr'b&r; . "" ,., . ;, .. ..,. man,.-.v>on... .bond.. . l tc' !I. border'- r'''''' to T w asUoet The_ ..flTTlt*.* ,gar ?'j' TWf -,*-frI '
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beading'The Lakeland M a text''Sun, preacbes taking tbefoltowr the above'.' ":Tl "' t AMEX SALOON(} Orlando Fl:OU..

Ate..Sfr-low.,the of OoMola .._ ... B-.I ot County: Commlabnwra ,
> sermon,* boys -
....ihd d d.... ) . the .. ..,
an urd f ..A.It..I.<*. UM Tax A-on.nt for fret wa* *.uOWNER. .
-Thara Is a wrong fmpra1oo.tri'Ura. 'RY.Kaosvtil '..-.-Ad4. .N-wlk .: ....... .... .. ......
jalnds of m..n1 boys M to what cmsAltubM -

manliness, and frequently* $36.28

tall Into gravaernw and got Into serf *. Teon.' end """tu..o..rIck.. '

'ous trouble through a desire to ap' eta on .ale June 23, 24, 30, July 7, 14,1 II D88CaWT7oN or LAND, tj1ljhLL! I To, My Fri Ms' dud l -

pear rnanl;-all because) they attempt 15 United. flfteeo day*. Extension 1 1 1Ch

to copy a oountertelt.F .
h Sept*SO, 1i1 lO. .. ==::: I':' :.
whoso only claims to man '
i uses .. $32.10'Milwtiolue'Wh.atidreturn. ..... Alwr..s&4d w1.w .. .. MJS II&e .. 40 00 ..* .
mhraoed la the of. In.deoeat A ic
are use .- ... .. .. .. . ,... .. t Gener
Tick- Compbett.W'H itJ,dnw'4 ... .. .. .. . sic IIHe 40 M 100 t the
t or profane language tbd, tobaoo -. ; W.H.s.-. .. .. .. waidd 5n4........,........ ........ ... U.lie tee.0 lrg''"h :
bablu, or the carry Inn of weapons etc on sale Aug, 10, 11, 12, limited flora** . ......'... ..kYdawlt............ .. .. ... . 13 HI* M> 60 80 .
? ;V,-..uot .. thing a* theyjsnot., man- Aug. :22 1INMI. H. H. K-rtie .< .. .. .. as4: .... ...... ..,..,. .... .. ... ..... .::. M ,49. SS*. 10 MO 400o
.. .... .. ... .... .. .
'I ,1 B. T..nobII ,3.r .told f.f mmmf47Seh ,.. .. .. ... .. ad era 83. stoo
U U rurflan Yet nosnyj; ;.boy* ape $44.06 w. R. Godwls .. MI(d e.S, .., . r.. 16 SO* M 40, ISO 4U
"'the manner and hablt-a of'-these low Detrolt.'Micb.' aDd"reIUI'D.. Tickets: U a.N.rt.A :: ::::: 5.s w ne_Lot: S..r..8: }i;.w '
'characters under the tertbly. mltakeny. 11m1t.ed'Oct.' 31. 19M. 14.11\... e"'.80104 eII,. ,... ch....... 11 ts* so. M IM imo! I have purchased 3Ietcair. Annex Saloon In Orlando] dally; W. 1. Berber .. . .... s&4 d all of teey . 17 26e HO* :aoMO 100 tea ,;
..' .tlDpre"lo, 'b.'.t 'e . are; acting, like $54.10 Oeoar. Baa .f.. _', and of S a.ti d mru, aw,% ..
! t <2'_D. of f\4\ of I.\4 and av> and no!*of"w- IS xb .0* jooo 100o '
l A who retendlair Saratoga Springs. N. y. andre. gS'Ss.f: ow.! ., and nw''* of aeUof BW.Ml..t| I. e6.' "Jot 140 r. and. I will give prompt. attention to all orders for .
IniM direct'obis OetSI ."01 s.4! and elf or aw if 0I.. Ie' 2M Jas0 1000 11110.
:furblsbecthU turn. Tickets sold dally; IU C* RarUn.. .. ...e *af .wl4 of n*'. and ww 4 of **Jt OIMI-H
! > week in the person o' a youth well I 1006. dnw4andaStdstlb.SS40aan.,. 1p 2S.' IIOeOOlOnO, / Whiskey Wine entrusted to me and Invite ,
or Beer
'known loCI the bujr of Lakeland Be $65.95 J.CLTIaon. ...1., .. nb oI..oe..U! I..-... ... ........ 2IJ gw. SOe| 1W aY. ,
.. Y, .'
B.O. Wbbr aof. .t" .Ji of .rw.t. iMrdwGrK tOM
cause this fifteen year old boy ioolt-up Lake George N. Y. and n urD.Tlckel.e of rr .. ... : ., .. *1Sfi* .Ml.* 210 MO their
the Idea that it was manly to. carry a : P.rkr..r. ;., ...'..<, .. ....Iila.a.s..: . .. .. .. ... a st* 60. 1160 600 all my former patron tor make my place 7
,. t of some of' hi* sold dolly i limited B.S.Llbb'.... .. .. ... ,*t4 ef ..,(J.e.ofrr.. ,,.r. ... ..... 1.. Wl49i.. w too
'sel'Idea ls .. .. ( ,. .. .. .. .... VU U
l { pat might otherwisebare IDOtt. L.4 Baroead w4 ei ..LoU 'I', : I6elie oo looo headquarters when in-Orlnndov

't been only a child'' harmless $22.90Washington ', All paraofU. harlnroomplMnC. tk.mak. .upoo tk*aboveUay. ..... win b. hard. before U.'Bord on : ., :,,

quarrel has remitted *' 'shocking! 'D. C., and return .. A......'.. IVI"",. at Iao'clOeba tii.foronoon.By _ ....
order of fh* oard. 1*
i ,-tralled,. .Unutterable sorrow --ha Sold July 27, 30, 310;' limited .Aug. 8. tSuwJ ,By W. R. JOHMHTOH. ..a ;

been brought to two gnomes! one' life Extension 8e ... 8. : . ..-" . . .
r, has been blotted out forever .and'another LOWEST i PRICES. '
of $33.60 JSt. j j \. -
y' whlco ough to be lull hops ... ,
and promise is blighted with. a horror'worse Paul or Minneapolis:: Mtnn.i '\

than death. and return. Sold Aug. 10, 11, 12; limIted JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY, ; 13Y THE GALLON. "f

& ,N nUoea.-.- rl1. manliness as Aug. 31; extension Sept.' 30, JIW6. POUR COLLBUB9 AND FIVE TECHNICAL SCHOOLS.DELANO . 1;, , 1. .' ,.
\ '''-removed as-the" pole from the $48 95 y
>oe oterfslt.,, article which,* '' sometimes "f FLORIDA. : RYE, from $2.00 up

rr '...(.....adenl .In iLl place.\ The, man Niagara Falls.-P.'Y., ..od''ret Tn. AFFILIATED !''f1H.THE' UniVBKSITY CHICAGO. ? ... -

f llestboy: we know today 1 t. the gen Tickets sold 'dally: limited Oct., 31. '. \ .-..:.-' CORN; from 92M, up

U...... So boys, copy after .the pattern 1906. cowinsopLIBERALARDS-Th..t.nil.rd.snUas.dthevnlvaslcy. of Chlewr: Sat .
of real: men-the. men whom your $53.30 Son'...cudeawI.. .* tlMtr....To fron both Stotann and Chkaro. So tile CMaagv and 8"oawiotre. '- .] '
parents'and neighbors respect, the Toronto Canada and return. Tickets 0' LAW-OnduatM of thte In praotio law In Florida wlth.ut.xaminatton : GIN from .2.00 up .

men who' hare standing1'' in the oomiwunitjr. sold dally, limited 'Oct.. 31,. 1U06. '
And don't think are not' t OLLEUB OP TBCHMOLOflV 4NO SCHOOL OF ABTSMechanloat Civil. x. '
observed. The people's eyes you are ups $44.75 EUetrleal gn* in..)fln.and,-Manual TiMningeawrhrdinBtodarsFin.. _. bulldln*.,f CoUqalpntevt > :: OTHER GOODS

oo you. Toe world Is on the watch Atlantic City, N. J., and return. I COLLBOB OP BU81111B"S.-n..tdn. la all Ito branenaa.' Bookkaaptnar bv beet method.*.

, fOr manly Lien, and for the manly Tickets sold dally; limited Oet. 31, Shorthand and TVpowrltlaav. <' Bleotlv: oaurmam open. la other, deportment* Lrv Faculty.. ,and. earn.madknubulldliur. I I IN PROPORTION *
, r 'boys that make' them: Therefore be 1008.. PR8PlATORY ACD8MYCkaduati enter Harrard. YaI, Princeton. Cornell. 1 .i.
''manly-but get your model -right! $52,75 If lehlcmn.-" Chleam and all fliM-ctea. Cotton ea.I : I ,. _* __
****** ****>*++********** + .
;w Honors, position wealth, wait 'uprnretie : I NORMAL AND"' MODBl SCHOOLS' Klndenrarten It* own bulldlnc. 1. Primary. ate *+ r y
Newport, R. I., and return. Tick Grammar School In a paimt bulldlnc. ThoM Sohooei eepec lolly prepare Public School _..... !c
future of the boy who essaying' to ....... .... faculty..
eta sold dally, limited Oct. 31, 1906. MUSIC 8CHOOL.-A (10,000 pip* B oonen p1aa aaparat buUdl... *
''be manly Imitates real men. But for Thorax h eourae of etndy. With many thanks for past favors and j
.'those who make the mistake of confusing $57.00' AUT 8CMOOU-New 8tu.i.. Coetly.-.. ojimliJa. ate.Stetaon ,
L bai a faeultr: W profOMOTI and Inatruotora. They lw> from Uw Unlrerelty, ofChlewo.
ruffianism with manlinesss thereIsperhaps
Washington, D. C., and return.Tickets Harvard. Yale. Dartmouth.Columbia Toronto, I.. Bowdoln. UtroehtBucka.IL soliciting a continuance: of your
a prison oell. on'sal* dally; limited. Oct. 31 Unlvorelty of Mlchiaraa. OennUoa and othor ::=.= There are over t WU.IW;> In bulk:. pat'i
1906. ....and equipm: nearly qaartor million dollar ndowmant:oa ndowod library. of over ''''O51 YOJ- -
Make the'Weak Strong. m*>:a ImiiUfiil chapel with cortly f iirniihlnni ineludinc sated r L. '. A run down condition of the nervous $42.65Denver : pip omn: a Cymnartum with eomplota apparatuw; an onekwd AthI the Field running .
track,...... baiiball bwid. .... '
etmrU. diamond and cridlroa. "" .in' coif rowing and othar aportai
,, system thoroughly I'8Dd.rlol'defeoU.; Cot and 'return. Ticket'," wparato 'building,for mea and ten lam laboratorU for Chwnbrtry. Phyoloa. Haotoriolomr.Mlnaimlorr i Yours truly, J
the eoergle of the mucus gland and sold July td 14; _limited. .. Aug23, and: ttiohwr; aororal law muMum and hopi .. .. Uchta. .loetrto holla, tm boat.oommt _
/+ venal and nerve structure is why so iwe. wlk, shill; broad avonuo. .__oampua. ahrubbMir and trooat *social J rary. ma. '/ ,
.foal and othor atudonta aloha atar loctttr ooora**; Chriatian.... non aaetarian toachis r Th. looaUon .
. ..
many people have various 111"" . $46.05 '
to Msatltul.nd hoUtWul. and th oxpaiwo*ar*fw.for
#l jUagg.rd's\ ttpeclflo Tablets rectify. a Uthese Chicago; III. and return Tickets cataloc, vlaw. *.folders and rnforhmtloa. aildra**ta* .........t. "' R. T. '
TI deficiencies( and assures good, iiolted aUTLER.J J
on *al. dally Oct. 31, IWOtt.
i. 'buoyant health. They are. an .b..,. LINCOLN HULLEY., A. M., Ph.. D.

r Hut specific for Indigestion. Kidney ; ." $55.60 '
QJ: 'baud Bladder troubles, Lost Vitality, Minneapolis,' Minn.:, and return.. DELANO. FLA. JUG '
Aged all k.ndreddiseases. They never ,
; Ticket 70 sale Aug. 10 11, 12; limited .
+ fall to beneeLHeud. for book of par* Aug. 31. Extension Sept. 30 '\\W.: )

UcuI..... Price per'box l Oo. If yourdruggist Passenger and ticket office 108 f

cannot supply you' they will ; West Bay', St. Jacksonville Fla. _ -ter.rBu66uH., . agt.flcxlkt6r_ Acyeuut ,f1. .

be sent prepaid upon receipt of price > 'J. C. LUSK. 4 NORTH

Address, Haggard Speclflo Co., 'At District Passenger Agent. KISSIMMEC. PHONE! : NO. 8. .F
:V anta Oa. .
: i Florida Meat For Florida. Cheap Excursion Rates Via A. C.L.TO .
f "
', 'Florid4 rapidly realizing on, Its ' VTHEN8 OA.-Rate of one fare i C. W., GRIFFIN't; t

wealth and the question of what Is to plus>l 25 cents. Ticket'on' sale June

sbe dons with the,lands when tbs trees 3d, 24th 2 Lb. 2 Lbl 30th July,.2d tfth .
and 16th with . limit 15 'lromdate ; tALL .;
are gone Is a proper OD to' consider, ) days

a .,..days van at....this perhaps time," a when, 'score*. the', of'yearswayX treeless I DENVER of sale.may Extension OOU be had..-Very: Qf low,. limit fate.Tickets to. ..Fancy Family Groceries '::- < Fresh Meats", i TH LEADING BRANDS OF :J

_r We b..II..t..J already that the on sale July 9th to .14th ini ,. .

r rattle< raising' Industry will take the elusive with final limit August '23d. : ; :

01 ace of the naval store 'and lumber Jtop-overs.. allowed at .Colorado common ; WHISKIES(
Industries, and that as soon as Florida St. Louis.points., Variable. routes beyond 11 Delivery Every Day it Any Hour. .Patronage Solicited! .. fr
.ceases 'toO be a pine State It will be- .
. a cattle State. ; KNOXVILLE TENN.-Rate of one
ooms NP-01-.4' ia\ gt9'gY' Y'giFg 'IF'IF IF'Y"Ur
'w' -W' -
The revelatlona-of the horrors of the faN' plus 2A cents for the round .trip. '. ..
: ,', i : ,,,- '. .". ,> .,; ,; :; "i:, .
Ohl0ago: s'ock .. sufficient to Pickets on sale June 17,, 18, 19, 23d ' 4 ea 1' "S -5i7j fr. : . 'i ' : ,, .

'paws every rent V>< 24, 30 and "J1,1., ,.14 and 15, with ... ....,.., . . ; ....... i < , .' '. y''"- Li -
........ baa nVodueU'. of'the Western, tl I a.lliml' 15 days from date of sale. (,. ,..w.. .......". u. -,. '"", 1" ,""' ". ; > ; :j ?_u. .

More sad detorinkie to Extension limit to Sept" 30ths maybe Im and'' Domestic
yards to eat whri ou''want pot1! r gPortsSherries; ;;
: a ; ,
BO more neat except Florida raised had by depositing ticket and :Say. !4.} .,. ,. . v ,
''and. slaughtered meats Experimentsconducted log. fee. ., "" .t.'''' !:Angelica.. Clarets Sauterno; Rhine .Vlnes
at the State Experimental MONTEAOLE,TENN -Ral of one ":'l J-r;:: 6e .:J3Q't'tle., ,1" "" .' ,

.Station have. conclusively proven thati fare plus 26o for too round trip. Tickets .... .. Imported.( and '
'p, 'Ehoc.e: mestl.c.'Dr8ndes; Gins Rna 'J.
..le.Jun. 2V\.b.3OLbJuI1.3rd.:
the Florida meat Is superior ID liavor on ... . ,
!!' 'and nutritive valueJi!: that'of any 6t.b. 28fch, 2Uth, 31st. A ffU.Ll&b, 17th I *

,"r other meat, but In ..order to, maker .limited August 31st. Extension on .1,1.,! . amTBcotch Whiskies. -!

I r Florida meat the superior table artl- payment' difference between fare paid ..

-.ole.that it Is, It U necessary to ,fatted and summer tourist rate can be bad R. ]l.i WHITTEN & CO .' ., .-

,; I&. J .until October 31.... .>"* : I

'Afew persons have already .started ASHEVILLE... N: O -Rat* of one i

} ,* the enterprise States. of raising' beef cat',I.' Inthis July rare[ plus 25th..26th 2ft, cents and Tickets 27UV final' on limit'sale Phono, : ,166."v: ',. ,Oziaxii.t.... Q.. Fla.M' . "\r:;; FAMOUS ,,:

August 8th; Extension may be obJlamed .Free Phone From Miler'e'Stables.AN .1. .
.;; .... .
OTHERS TO COMMBNCE.If. : to SeptMiili 30th. < .
Florid. meat 'was offered to tbs 8T. PAUL, MINNIAroLI!: I. MINN. '. Cream',of Kentucky.

people of Florida they would refuse to ,Low' rata tTlcktsxon( sale August ORDINANCE, I. Notice of Application For .x Carstaire Rye
e .f'have' any other klnd,.and nnuld' per lpbllth\ and 12tb: wltbfloiil 'August, I.
"nssw the history of the horrors of the : 3C) "Fxtensioir -u>'- September ',30tb Aa Ordtnane to Prohibit UM Sal of Inaxle tang I I I Deed Under Section 8 of Echo Spring Rye ;

Western. stock yards with that degree may be obtained. : UquonlnUMfinrBvr' .KiasimmK CIty by 8o- Chapter 4888. Laws of ...... :
.,t' Kif Interest only which a parson' take.wls W WASHINGTON; I), C.+Ha'eqf one HcftlnaOrdan Town.Wasaa.a. "'IMU.;. .. IMirar Sam la,' Stub. Florida, Lebanon Club Bourbon "
"'::- ant. i> eoeofDeks'. ,an unusual fare plus 2A cent! Tickets 'on '811t1.Jull27t.b .. the County: 'OaMola did oath.lit Wilkes "
'"';kind; -r 30th and 31st with final day of February. A. D. 19W..vot' arrant dte..a.Ia Nutto 11 ti.rebr given that D.vld Baasporchawr County Corn 'I\i
varied Is the climate and soil of MId County vf intozlcatln aptrHooaa, vtnou of Tax Certtflfat Mo. 244. dated s e
o limit August 8th. Extension of this .
th M of ,
or malt' llquot or wiiw and. Ut* provlalon otChapter day Juljr. A. ba* Old Harvest Corn
D4' '
-, Florida that Ito citizens can be practf.oally limit to tept nicer fob( may be obtain.For i. Tit) 1U Dtvialon 1. fUvhwd. Somas Bird said ecrtlHoat ID my.11o.t has mad
-* appilnatlon' for Us dud to Issue In aeoordanc ..
a. Independent of other States, for ed. ; __ : o*th.Btmt."* riorld i -
AMD WHBUBAS nadr th.provrb.sofOuptar with law. _
:food productt *): further Information'apply to .
: .ML Law of Florida aar Town tneorporalad. un* Bald etrtlCeat. embraces tho fol'owlnf- ... :11.'CIl
:.:.ZtOartmioiy" cao-be" Indroendent 'of nearest agent. '01' J. O. Klrklaud, D; 6tr OM gmml law o*amid State la authortMd to crlbcd: umpvrtjr' :; iltuaud la Oaoaola oouutjr. :
i them for Us. meat 'supply.-TallaUass J P.:: A Tampa. Fla, provat or aupnrM*IllaaaJ alaXf such Intoxl.eaat Florid. to-wlt; J SE'S BARLEY i
J. Sun. / *within IU limit la mar County: "whOTln the Two(I) gem In. aquar ,In B w oor.of.><0'n.4ol.'S" MALT ;
e :> . ,
; aal ot such Intoxleanta haa ban wholly forbiddml saTpUBBDO E. THE KING: OFBOTTLED .
A Osiarsisiteea Care for Pile ., pursuant la an.loetkm duly that purpoandr T1,. said land being "ameanrt. at th. data ol Distilled .;!
loin ....
th* oonatluithm and at aakf State. the ( .nc.of such ,o.rtinoat I.the arms of l especially for, :
I; Itchingblind, bleeding protruding and to aiinMi aneh llcal) ....% Unknown .
Piles. 'Druggists are authorized to Workingwomen- NOW THEREFORE liE IT ORDAINED BT "Unlmu Mid' eertlfleat nb,,\1 b rd* md medicinal. ..use... ., .
.refund if PAZO OINTMENT falls : THE COUNCIL. OP THE TOWN. OF KIR8t cording to I..las deed will luu th.reou OBtbaMHhdayof BEERX1,65' .
l \ money MEBcmrt -. Jnlr, ". D. 11108. . -...
I'. ti *-to. cure In A ba 14 days. 'Iiq.( r SBonoNt.' That It shall b* unlawful for any Wltoe.*.uy offlnlal alitnatar, and Hal this. .
t I poraon.for hie. lf or aa the st.r.t of mar Mhor trialb] iad, dar of Juno, A. D. IoM. .
,' :A Serious 'Affair at .Fort ,Drum. 1 poraon or 'oorBorailon.. to Solicit ... tor. ibis K. L. LKFUJEV.. ' I Ia..alih and future dllTrr of rinou. plrltnoii or Clrk Olrenlt Court CANADA. MALT
A serious difficulty occurred .In:>the Silt\\IQ_ In th.Town of Ktaaimin City. 0..1.COlin'. I'aortd.\\ \ j,
!- SBO.J. That any Mnon or paraona who shall a, WUAaWKU..D.Q.
"west end of the county' Tuesday- V .r-14 violate the pro MOB of UM Ant awtlon of u.. i : and other brands'of
tween two.white men In which "ono OrdlnaiM shall upon emnrletkm. b* pun....*. bylmprionmnt Notice ot Application to Sell $ .PElf IDOZEI .OJ. .
......... ,
received several knife.wounds, .,which Haggard's Specific ta the Town JaU not lbdn'aday Whiskey too numerous
AiMBot hvndrad .
or by reading oo* Real Estate. ,.
may result seriously.1 Dave : Robe.* TabletTlU :, .
to mention.
i ,was" severely cut by Oeo. W." Drawdy Y.a .. :All ordlnane" or part U-raof In .NotloTla; li /on .
si both residents of Fort fllct.harrirlth ba and the.. "...ara brhy. ro- hwhglva that I wm the lath ,
being Drum. lot
; old -EaU*eoi. Go..n pioe.IBa day of-... ,. apply to th*' County
kV. From what we are able to. learn, Mr .* botomws Debfl-y.. dory a.d ,, R..d flint.WI aeand tIm pi.d paused IsMo. _. Jud*.of OMaola Ooaaty. Skate of Florkia. at KUImma .. .
acted. self -defense, but 01 llty. for an order to **U at pubis
Drawdy in 'we BWcW T U ud .II k oedtecI.--. till lid dill WbLY role
J, 'are unable to learn any .of the. par- .:n.,svratU IrsUMlh. 'build ep the. .hrllh. sad Attaati Pvarid.nt af Co . or and private brtn.altuat, th.Tnth..followliur.. Coaintiaa real.of gab OaOKla, .blur and I'

''tloular or cause r>f the ,",ubi..' He .. Fo( FiU. Liquid Of S ?-: 'J'Qsrk:d'Mwaaf KlaabniMCltythi > r kfaithBtatof' Florida _Itt AU of frac I Whiskey Bottled in Bond

.tat once voluntsrlly..surrendered the .......... h4eedmslio.Lrs.wha+.' ate.;. A alb day of July. A. D. 1101., tonal taoek On (1)) Sevth Florida R. R. Comaumy .
rd KUaimm .
: of
. 18 J. W. AbERHOUXMayor'I" ; Ahxx' B.Hnnlivr atonuthwat ,.....,
and Fort
came to Pierce ar ""a-d" .3aRposion..should- hissed isrusaouios of U*Town of iUaulm .;tla; .' awar of Ss. O. Tp M 8 a n B and
:;: riving bore yesterday morning when with Ihs. table*. Snd: lot j' . ran N 1..truUn. to R...R. riaht of E: tHOchalna. Bass's Ale l

,.ile employed. ..ClarfeParker.: ..,Brnv.nlngs book el parooalaau, Dn>Rgi.. .J1 Non-Resident Notice. '' to bosiaamc.. S Md b.I.ngp.A E tolmith of llnoSoa.'Block ta-rr...F..:;: B.W:: Guit1ttess's StputLOWESTPRIC : !

4: Andrews to defend him./ His at 50c pat bog. .at they will be sest pr-;1. 'c i Co'.aurrnp; Abo. B..tnnlu at Nwt oarnar of Lot '
'Homey\ had him waive arrangement .,.dPo I rM-ipt of prio- ri.. ..Addr.-, In Qniur COOBT.: Essays JirotoiAt;'Cutcvrt' Block"J'* of W. A. Patrick'. addition to the ','t,.
before Judge Bronson and bond Was Town of Klaaimm City and ran oath MB 1'-. ES BY THE
'' s.-iI to c.;. d.trn, CwBan'kruptcy GALLON ,
Coojmr B SO ft, N
', W ft. N. 47. ft
Bled at $3OOwhich: ) *as promptlygiven f,0: B: 11" ft.N I. ,.. ,
9.J 4 W
h CBAMOBBV.Thi > 1t1i It 1a-rE' :roxxx.: l$!2lOO vflroiri' j
for .b1.appe.r.Doe .t..D.St. tent? MieMon Trust. Company Corporatloir to plaoei." alto Lot ly. and ; ; up
a or.
; 'Sf circuit eonrk Mr- Drawdy U ''a \ :: I .a0I... ........u.. law.wi tfh. State of MieU.M. rannmvtolakaof Canoo.1.addition to the T... "
;p if promtneut merchant *t Tort Drum ,- Noti e.. f." OJ,- ....... .Bailing and O..Ji. Bart rte of w..t Klaatttuno..-- IB nortboMt OoaoU Covntyl aaarter A aad_ Tbo aouthwoat avathof -' oom-r": : . : :: 2.OO up ?

.. %JM; Tribune. '". . ,)0 J". . I' .
v Luol. DI.MetO.artOf' the Unit.d ...: ... Pak : r... r" .rtw 0I-u.1 s- zL a "'
i' .''" ,- i i i ii i ii ." H--.hl..ihl.ow.W...or, 1't, 1i.:Ia tile OoontlJ'of Polk. Tb. same=th* GIN''' from2.00
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'1 , Here I* a minister -who/appreciates & thraDWtctdPlat4' .1; elahmlo br.. throuch ar......hbrTo iw sad Anab.I Parker. ......... for I. : ? 'up <
., i la tb*Matter of I 11
I'w d..1oa
"J,Hb* editor. "At#recent editorial" con w., Dry Go.l.c.. XB Bankrapter.- . Ssmvsl.Hanson.... his uek.ewa......Into. ar any I. plepaad,__01.M. Wk _she heiru- d said. o..tits 'AND ALL OTHER,. LIQUORS, IN PROPORTION "
.,t'ftioo be'offered _
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d .
C-plalll' '
that has
y 'To save an. editor from'-.starvation To-_Woes.-s adD U4.tNaha f asst..'you.In ibis elev.ay kd to.seaakd r. ..... .__. to, k d Aral. L Parker.. .- .:ox

r 'flake his paper and pay for promptly. : 'K. al.s, mass cloud uu.... a.4 rdam ibis dad. MN .v.-.t.. 6t t' .
/ him from bankruptcy ad ver (": Yisv.bytlpIstbsto - 1-.f 8...R.Ta.a6 m Ilo Rat-$4 art . .:
; : tIoet4de oaf ofk -
"o i ..paperv liberal*.;.. lOusarei ,_ A.P; ISOS. th.aat3 Warlnc Dry cads C.WI. ,Yon*" dl3lee Monday*notified tbetrToaTof to slid Be.pleadtthe .- Notice;, J
i d.snalr, send him, 11t.em'' .4.1 4 od.Sbd. ...oknmcand" that I Ira bar. A.11.1.0..or tbt earn will.* take*a* soon H. w.
.1M --rv ewr........ will W MId o* Oasrtlr.kamw ,. AD poreon having. ehUme against th* saber of MEQ-LFCO:
of which ....... ... ,
1r.ron(1HM4'II'.Toi" ,- ,lets' Jar of lirfurtlar.rd.e.duuttlils.odab..el6a.dters Ann!* L Porkon mtetmimi.latoof th* Oouaty of i
from : . D. MM. at l.ebek tmw''; ash .....tOll' twdv onr.$1p. Ovals b Oeeeola State .:f florlda.will praeeat, I
I plafttly on" one aid*' of. 1 m aan auvr .tne" .... 1;'W Vsfl.y G.. '- ,., -.i. "' -...: .. the .............. ORANQE'AVE 'e'-J- ORLANDO 4
tnatea, -- ._y--. =: ; 'Z."Yaput,9e4t11r. : + .... .d.baIe.x: :; ..1L'A
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