The Kissimmee Valley gazette

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The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Kissimmee Valley gazette
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United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-

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AIRSHIP ORDINANCE' able him to proper)i V enforce the proVisions ---- '

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Section 11. An violation of any i, .1 c '

1\\*' ,IS NOW SUGGESTEDMayor of the provisions of this ordinance ( .. .
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shall be punished upon conviction by .1 I . 1
a fine of not than five hundred .
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Forelock dollars, pr by Imprisonment In the OF BUILDING BOOM .. ''k i ...
Takes Time by and ,
town calaboose1 for "
not more than) . It. ;" '
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Suuests legislation for future ninety days,'or by both such tine 'and \ -..-. ...
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For modernity la Its mayor, ''KlsImmee .. lL.. "- ," ' ..-' . . ." ;jt'j\\".. '< .... "' .

corooarlson Tnav safely and with boldly the: entiremunicipal challenge Knights of Pythias, Will (Erect Handsome Three ", ., ' ,,. :. , ,

universe" ; '. '',. ;, ' .; .
] GoMegpondence Story Castle Hall. Roberson Lets 'ContractFor ; " \ , } :- r
We venture tot say: that neither In ....'. ;/, ' ': '
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France and
where Santos Dumont . ,
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"Henri Farman are already carrying New Drug Store. Other New . t' .... '
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engers by air route\ ; nor la Ohio ... ',"" '!. ,
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wbere the Wright Brothers are old to ;' .
be Incorporating an Air Glide Com Kissimmee's Healthfulness. 7 Buildings Contemplated.. .' J. .. :; i,,1'1",';:/'

pant nor In Germany where a .)'odl-,, ', : ,' ::..,: .. "
sate of powerful .capitalist{ \\m now" EDITOR VAL.LKY GAZETTE. ----..- '
organizing a gigantic Airship 'Company In my: last letter I mentioned mumee o4" ,

for the Inauguration of Irei bland OUt 'advantages your city possessed, That Klsslmmee Is on the eve of one structed on whatever. I tines wilt) promise! I /' .

passenger service between the but neglected or omitted without doubt of thfs greatest building booms In the the best revenue' to the fraternity It ,"" ,

European Capitals; hat any attempt the moot Important one Jn the numerous history of the town is apparent has also been decided by tbe lodge to i ,.I, .
sBvT t been made to regulate alrthlp lUt.. Tbe healthful.a of any everyone acquainted with the facts, I form a Joint stock company to aid to ..IWI." ,( N' ,''d., ''.'.,' .

1 trafllo Kith appropriate! ,municipal section providing It has the usual and the best feature of the situation Is raisins;tbe necessary funds for ,erectIng tJ.;1/1. .J." ,M'j : '
legation. productiveness" found In America, Is that all the buildings contemplated. are, the building and a committee was .lr'tI.."JIff',Ir'. _. '1;, '.

Determined that Klssimmoe shall not an Indication of Us future growth. to be erected by home people. appointed to prepare articles. of In j. < \

be caught napping when the new' Florida Is admitted to be a very This' shows that our people are corporation. ? ; : ' I

means of locomotion shall burst upon, healthy State, the death rat being thoroughly Imbued with the fact that Mr. J. Z. Roberson bas purchased a : ,

an, astonished atmosphere, Mayor' lower than any: In the Union, yet even. Klsslmmee Is bound to grow and develop lot from N. O. Bryan next to C.: W.Dann's : ::

t T M. Murphy has prepared the following here there la found quite a variationIn In the near future as .she never store, and let the contract this Prices'

ordinance, designed to regulate different sections. For convenienceand has before, morning to Coot.raCtor.N. F. Bass for 1 ; !

t all airship traffic the passage of which I positive. deductions, the State Tbe following are some of the. building the erection of a two story brick .: $

be will Immediately recomeod to the I Board of Health has divided:! the State projects now on foot:' building 22x60 feet the lower story of .i ,

Council, In a special message.' Into three divisions the Atlantic Everything Is now under' way' and which will be occupied by Mr. itches ""

As a piece of. original municipal : coast counties, the Gulf counties! and working smoothly for the' Immediate son as a' drug store and tbe front I

'a: legislation" formulated to meet tbe de- the! Interior counties. The Slate reports erection of a $20,000 High School rooms on the upper floor will be occupied

mends of an entirely novel practical i show the death rate as follows: building; The plans and specificationswill as offices bv,Dr. W.; L. Wlon.

problem, this ordinance, will doubt. Atlantic coast counties, 13 per 1,000; be.submitted at a meeting to beheld Tbe back rooms of ibis floor will' be 0

leas serve as a model to municipalities Gulf coast counties, 60per 1,000 Interior tonight, and It Is safe to say that rented for otttoes or other, purposes. Ls. L-
throughout tbe''elvillced world.. counties 3.60 per 1000. Kls- within, two weeks' time the contract will The front of the'building' will be of I Reduced

.AN ORDINANCE slmmee Is in about the center of the have been let and the material'for tbe red sandstone brick and Florida brick

Art ..h. Status Interior counties, and" can 'therefore. building ordered. '": will be used on the sides and rear. ,
ordinance regulating '
claim a location'which, for health Is The calls for the completionof
The Knights of Pythian, at their
and of. within .
employment airships ; beyond uoequaled. by In work In ;,
; question any regular' meeting %Wednesday night forty days. -' 1I 1I 1-
the town of KI.llmmee.rI
the world. 'This' Important fact. shouldbe Marlab Gilbert has purchased
a .Council started a movement for tbe erection ofa Mrs. I
of the
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I I kept In mind and made known as there story brtck'.Castle Hall and a lot. on the Midland railroad Dear
Town of KIsslramee'CHy: far as possible to all seeking new Methodist church and will build -
there Is very little doubt that within !the I
of .
Section' 1.' For the purpose lobi.ordln.Dce. : .
the boundaries of the'town homes. the next few weeks plans will havebeen right away a neat five room cottage !!! .I
Osceola county can support a population completed: and the actual con for rent. A portion of the lumber for 4.I .
and boundaries of the
the airship
,', of ore-half million of people structlon work begun. A site bas already this building is already on the ground.
shall\ I All White '
'ar' ,limit of the town ) beheld to,, extend Canvas
and will at nor distant period have been selected and the building Mr. Will Gilbert. owns a lot adjoining .
upwards In a vertloekdirecllontoa p:, that There are portions of Eu- mother's, and understand, will
many. committee Instructed Wednesday his we J
IIi distance of miles In the sky; were ''
twenty not as large with soil and house to hers in the
trope poor night to secure prooosltlons for' the build a t 1 Shoes must
and limit
) the area of tlla'al..hlp ,
unfavorable climate, that have now erection of the. building which will be43x70 i ear future. : ,
,tto j' the town Bra limit shall of be the the town.same as that of I double this number of people, and feet three stories high the third The ladles of the W. O.T.. U.. have I .

Section !. It shall be unlawful for constantly! enlarging Klsulromeeeven, floor to be use4 as a Castle Hall;by also taken up the matter of erecting. a
now has facilities. for reaching thistreat the Pjthtans. It has not.yet been d& suitable bulldlug on the lot near: the '
any person, firm or corporation to ( section. Her three lines of rail- ,Gazette office, which was'do. '
Bided to the arrangement of the Valley
as pair'of'
keep an airship shed' barn >
for the'slallimg or repairing garage of atr- points war afford 4n the quick northern transportation. nays of to the all. other two. .tortes,-bu they will be con' *, mated to them .!by!: the Misses Campbell.BLACK I Every White "

.; or .0 -airship station, depot ,
county, and bv steamer she communicates '
orterminat' discharge Canvas Shoes
for tbp shipment or and
with all that vast fertile region
of either freight or passengers Potato planting is a prosperous business PQLL, CATTLE: BEST. ,
for'one hundred miles Thecithens
within the limit without the south. ( here as we are blessed with good . ."-
airship ,
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of Klsslmmee have done nobly '
permission the council 'which: seasons. Mr. P. fellers! says that he Oxfords that is in '
In the past five years they have created for rain this That la Itie Experience of. I
privilege'shall' be subject to be revoked .and educational hasn't suffered a day .. E.jt

at. any: time upon six months facilities. put far in In operation advance of\ towns of year.' There are not' many who. ',,Jan, Lesley, of ,This CIty; Store at

that. goes
-notice. say
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Section S. Every person, firm or similar size; an electric light plant; a Mr. and Mrs., Eubank< are expecting Honr E. L. Lesley, clerk of the circuit .
bank as safe and sure ;-corporation keeping an airship shed, their son from to county and below .
land; nowhere In any other similarsize attend. meeting of the cost. -
barn or garage shall pay an annual them. His wife will accompany him. the city to a .
Ijr lloenaa tax of one hundred dollars for place can you find larger stocksof O. 1. C. seems totblnkthe people on stockholders of the Tampa Drug company .

;c f each such place or business: the same hardware, groceries drugs.lor dry Bull Creek are,very much satisfied he being a stockholder. The :
goods or more obliging and considerate with their of living and do I. meeting convened st3o'clocktbis af
+ to be collected. in like manner ss. other way so "
licenses: merchants; churches are numerous If this escapes. the waste. basket. will ternoon.,
}, Section ,4. An annual license tax and well supported atreabv; manufacturing Is come again JitYJJ8CamER..r. Mr. Lesley was mote candidate for Price on: Ladies p7.

Is hereby Imposed upon all airships just starting, several mills enterprises -.r.. re-election as clerk of the court., his
-flaw mills, shingle and _
kept or used for hire III'lt.bID.the town, extensive private interests requiringall Skirts Arr
box factories-are In operation oth Lawn ShirtWaists
the same to be collected from the owner follow.. ; 't. Tax Collectors Enjoined. of his time. He Is very extensively ',y. '
ers will Little foreign capitalbaa ,
engaged In cattle raising and OWD'one r
of such like
airship manner as
been used In any of the numerous Further steps towards.hindering! the '
of the largest and best In .
other. licenses. Said license tax shallbe ranges
business operations of the city. The pet drainage scheme of UovernerOrowsrd Florida bordering the large lakes in ., greatly: re"ducedtSee -'. : :

Balloons-stationary\ t20.00, ; powerless f the wealth fields of, the Klsslmmee'orents, has the come rivers from and papers on were the lax taken collectors by the service of three of the been vicinity engaged of In Klsslmmee.this I business He' since..has a { '.;,. '; "I";;"; : ; : ; ..f : ?)1f-.iW f 'I.\\ t" : .

130.00 dirigible 50.00.. Show
wFlyingmachinesaeroplanes$100.00 : $ '
laces that surround bar. A walk In counties by C. 11 Bristol, United boy and Is consequently I an authorityon ; 1 I Ji\t:1:: ,
either North or South Klsslmmee will State* deputy, marshal who returnedto the subfect. After experimentingwith .".'" " ', v''I' .""" ,'"" :', ;"j '... .

t _..all,belicopter.IM.OO other t3OO.00, ornlthopters$200.00 show manylbeautlful homes with well Tampa yesterday. .after performing all the; fine breeds'be has reachedthe 1i V".o"I. .. .WlttdoW.:...._". .. ..;. \, .: .i
types \
} kept lawns and an abundance of Bowers the order of federal court, 'i"f" " "
conclusion that the black poll AolI'ua .
T Said amounts shall be. Increased i ;1 .. '
that Indicates culture sod refine Injunction were served bv }
according to carrying capacity In the papers are the best. adapted to FlorldaHI ," .
ment. Deputy Marshal Bristol on W; C.
bas spent thousands of dollars h
following! .
fates: '
However the most noticeable. the Langford tax collector of DeSoto 'E
Fire to fifteen passengers 10 percent Importing. fine bulls, but his only satisfactory of_
Increase 15 to 30 2u most pleasing\ feature Is !the almost entire county; C. O. Swanson, holding the experience has been with the "
; passengers I: '
+ per' cent Increase.30 to 60 srbsenoe-of drunkenness and crime. same office In Lee county, and O. L.. cattle specified: He crosses them with ) "
passengers35 This;+-favorable condition will'last at Bandy: of the same office in Osceola selected 1'lorlda'oow.; and the results .
percent lndrease W( to 100 i
; passengers lease two years longer. When In your county In each. case the tax. collectors from '.' : ;,
60 increase are good ,
per cent 100 to fiOO every 1s ,,: 4
*. city I learned that had the. wets been are restrained bv order of the I beef and milk I: .r.l'v''i E'p
a good breed .
passengers 100,per cent Increase;,, 600 good .. ,. ,
successful there were five men intending federal court from attempting to celled -
Leo 1000 passengers 200 per cent. laVrease ers as well. A steer of this breed will "-
E to start. saloons. What a glorious the drainage tax of 6 cents an ill. ,' / :
; over 1000 p..enll'er.400; perCent weigh as ranch at two years old as a 'Id''h;
increase. victory it was to save :your county acre and from advertising for sale native steer live years old and they ilicrIj1sIl: : ,.
from the misery and degradation sure and sellingthe' land In those counties "
Section 6. 'For lobe purpose of encouraglng are very easy to keep fat. In fact, he
to follow establishments! pandering to for the collection of the tax.
the black will threeor '
lobe'rao.purt&UoD 01frelabt. says polls .graze 'I: ;.
y v, by: aerial common carrier. no vice.The school This deputy set of Injunction four hours a day and keep round ,
suggestion to make a papers Bristol has served restraining ,, "
license tax whatever shall be Imposed and sleek while the native stock will !!! "
upon any aerial common carrier for building your court house Is a good the collection of drainagetax. stay there grazing all day and part of :" , ; .

.the term of 15 :years from the date of one. A debt of even,doubie the sum 'This Injunction was, obtainedby the night.* .'., : '
this ordinance needed to build a new one In a con the Consolidated Land Companyof : The matter of, a market"'for:''their 't"

.":Section 6. No powerless balloon, venlent location a jail and a house.' Florida, the Southern States Land stock Is what Is worrying the growersnow Cash . .'
for the sheriff is a small matter for a Coxopapy! ,and the Emolre and Company '
Wroolane said I
helicopter, ornlthopter- or Mr. Lesley. :There, Is no i r '
couo.a large or larger than the i each of which owns land In the : ;
business ,
other type of flying machine or airship State of Delaware. three cotfntles Tri- : In this line with Cuba this ," ,.I 1I 1/" .
shall travel upon any; street or year, and the local market seems to I \ '" .
alley: of the town within ten feet of lobe In Klsslmmee as in all 'other towns, bune. w : : c I'S- be dominated by the great westernpacking I" ,, '.,,.' ; ,:,
there is a disposition,, on the part of '"*"}.
surface all within 20 ;
w or feet of said houses. If the wholesalersof "
t , surface at aspeed greater than 8 miles some to criticise the officials. for lack A Golden .Weddlsicv the state would stand together they ,. ,. .{ ., ,: ;'.. I fcUV, :
of needed improvements. These critics .1 '. .t":. ,.tOI
an hour; or within CO feet, at a speed means that man and wife have lived toa could solve thlr problem for the cattle ; "' \ ','
seldom .
frl'later' than 15 miles an bur; or with1.100 ure taxpayers; or at leastlarge good old age and consequent] have: raisers and there would be a market : .; f} "

feet, at a speed greater than 2$ ones, nor do they stop to asterlain kept healthy.' The best Way to keep right at home for all the beef that ''.. 1

,m1es! an hour, or within 200 feet at a where the fund to. make needed healthy Is to see that your liver does Florida would raise This would be I .,, ". I
improvements are to from. The .4I , '
iiINater.peed,,: than 50 miles an hour coma 1U duty 365 days out of 365.. The only a very desirable state of affairs. \ '' ." ; .' '. \ '" I
Is your Council "
"" or within BOO feet at a speed greater probably bas war to do this is to keep Ballard'aHorblne Mr.-Lesley owns considerable. I ," .1' : "Q :: ' .' ill ,
ban 100 miles an hour within 1000 done all that could be done with meansat ibis In .....--'' . : .... :
or In the house and take It when property Tampa, among which I ;: :
command. ; ,
if' feet at a speed greater/ than 200 miles. In some daces true, and.there the Is streetsmight rubbish ever your liver gets Inactive.. 60 cents Is a trip adjoining the depot of the I I ,, 1 'I'. ;.__:_ . . .

-aD'hour. .... jSection' 'Sold. bT.Roberaoo'. Phar Tampa Northern railway: on which he .'.- ,. '? '" x.'*?"*' ,.'' ',". Jo. .' ,
be r
kept cleaner but I-affirm masbotjle. ; i
A'.1 y ..
? It will be 'unlawful for Intends IA) erect extensive brick warehouses :: J i' : .
theocoupant. there are few places \in lobe South more ', ',' ........ '
uroccupantsof any balloon in the near future He expectsto 'f : !
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presentable than yours. I.lIure' ,. :,,,. 'f't'' .'
,' either stationary,' powerless or For obe\' mandates. of return to Klsslmmee tomorrow. I: ., : -v "
.; ,:5 dirigible, 'or aeroplane, helicopter, Tat VELE6.! the. court and pay his wife alimony Tampa Times.CMrtm .. .,, ,',./ "j"" ,'...; :i ..fJJk. r
ornlthopter or other of Jacksonville\ July 8., E. R. Libby, a well known bartender I: f \- "' .,""" ., ;! :f' \ .,;'L; .. i"j' H'
type flying ..... "
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machine or air ship, to drop, throw, In the city, was arrested early yester-i \ li' .\ } "c f"I }

''discharge or otherwise eject any'subrstanee : dan morning on.charge of contemptof : '' "' ' ; .'

fluid or solid<< from such air' Lanier, Loyola court., Libb,'. wife sued him fordivorce ,$ les aa I : ., ) < : ,:., :..;, ": ; ,,'>;'I\\.: : : '

ship, upon any of .the streets, alleys b some time ago.and the court ,, / .' plies.' ,. '. '<' ..,, t I'.'", './',,'" .-,.. I .' liIIl... ,
or parks, or public or private,,lots The .IILUullnoo h of June is gone ordered that he should pay: her a :iliBA 0....._ w II -; I :.'r .'. .' *';":,'.' 't':'' : ,'F" "I -' t.. .,
and the hot rays of the July sun are certain. e.IM k llrieo-,. .. ill ." ." .., ." .
x blocks, or buildings within the town. sum as alimony< This be fail ... __ ". ' "*'. \ ,; "' ; .
Section 8.. 'It. shall be unlawful for sure)breeze ; down upon us, but lobe ed to do.', It Is alleged. He will beheld _.DenWII.r.. 'H."w._ .. I I ,, ., 1t i*" '.' n V-1"( ',;, i ?!&( " .' v44*a. r. I i

'any such balloon or airship to collide cool to which Is due the pleasant until'' bond can be arranged .......eI . r. a.. .. .lIn I 11 IIU ...._
,with; break climate of Florida makes It. more guaranteeing' the the allmony. .- w M..r.e .w ," , 7
payment ,
destroy, deface or otherwise of ...... ...I.1l./w I tl*... ...' t. e Gy ">? fie *. .
pleasant than almost
other ,'. .
damage electric, any State* .-Tampa Trlubne, Sunday. .' .
any telephone : '
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Tbe health of this locality . J.s. -0..165-211 w..r .. _0.. ...
telepluph wires or poles, or any part be seems to '"

of lie allY property publlo within building the town.or ot.ber'pub.. . Mr.very I.good.W. Nettles- I. down from Buy 'a Kodak, COME. AND ,SEE;' : :

? Section 9. All such balloons Christmas looking after the RL stock .. ,
n \ or.airships of cattle. The Oaoeola Pharmacy:has securedthe -" .- ....- ... .

.,with, land, properly equipped J. M. Eubank and wife have." Just'returned local agency for the famous Eastman fnUfI: :' lit. s.rtt49,fl..f !':' '
use, such bells
whlstlta or' horns brakes .Dd from Christmas where they Kodaks, and now'bay them In .. ( ; '' J. .
her ,, have. been visiting friends and relatives. stock ranging to prices from *2 to $12. J'J . ir1 1
klgnalllog and
controlling ap ., '" Buy one and ,make your own pictures. .1
paratus', and net*,. parachutes; 111011'bel.&nd Is pQuinm"Ba.s ,- -, TIle fist,( frN l"rIp:.r C .
expected home this JL DANN
artificial wings, and other t
week DAILY ';:. .i'iL; I; !l'l'lI __ : sa
from >
his .
/ work at Sonihport. Home QUarterS.Mr. ; "'
safety//apparatus, as are prescribed by Ulllie Store in New *, Tin.r..tb.elEe .,= )!....,.... ..oJ s
toe Ves and regulations adopted and Nettles is over at the Hopkins < Tw.:,.w..qw.".0'; .j
,enforced by the ranch cow-buottog. J. W.. Prentls has moved his .. :
aeronautic and aero.statto Tte Seal-Weekly Hmes4JnJon .
Henry Hancock Henry *\OCkof..f&IIC.1t'OOd. and fUJ.Ul.u" -
& bureaus of United Savage, 0. : i ;
the States : -
goretnmenWSeoMon ; W. Godwin and. several others are from the.Bearden building HeM Tta fsraer jnd fruit Grower. ,' .' f ,:!" ,

down on the S.lobDa marsh Pfann's store room 'nest,deer to ..... ..' 'THE
10.. As looking Ska ) se Is. a. 4w.N lp. ... > 'OUTPrTrER':
soon' as practicable, after their hogs. Stanford sit Co.Use .....t.Aed..+N.rl..4 pupr,.,....LJ.. '
,..yw atoll shall, purchase. ao aeroof Mr W, A. Eubank has been on the '. ."-',M*. ._.._ ...trIIOear. ,*,'. 4. '
r ten m .
MMI 'approved modern type'.forttfii sick Jlst. bulls Is hoped that he will yww..e.Mpu. :
old news la ; house
mis f"of his the-marshal In the perform- noon' be on foot again. : cleaning.! ,.,We sell papers them'at your'this' office, fI dM Tlliia-IH.; JacbaHili', FU.t '':11, '' "
r.aoe public '
:r dI&LIea"anc1. to eo-' Crops are vary good in this section. a'Oo oaf,hundred. <


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:":: !caned upon' to, speak but-.neither of Ing the convention'' to order. Finally; ;i| of. the commoner were waved ; IERN INWANr'
DEIOGRATSNOMINATEERYAN the gentlemen could be found. : succeeding b*,introduced Ra4>bl Samuel iI aloft and the multitude Joined In long .1. W. ; OF
Senator Gore the blind_ senator I Koch of-Seattle, chaplain: for the''I continued( tribute. At times the lnj >
from Oklahoma, wan given the floor I day. j tensity of the demonstrat Ion threaten-
and WM greeted .with great-applause After the prayer 'was concluded, I'j I fed a iianlc. Ono woman was borne Nominated For'' Vice President:
when he said: Chairman Bell,.announced that the 'I out- fainting. Only' six banners, were -
On: 'First Ballot 'for ''President of the "The president of the United States committee on organisation had named missing from the-slates In the parade By tha Democrats .. t '

Las said that bin opinion' our constitution [ Henry D. C153'tOflkOf Alabama' for'',I through the aisles after.the grouping
f (Oklahoma's) ia uafat, for 'permanent chairman rUray WoocSlOnof let the stage bad 'broken,JIato a pro- DALLOri'w: NECESS"ARt \
iite4States. ; j j publication. That'is true of'many of' Kentucky for secretary and''oho' cession. These were Maryland, Mlnjnesota. NO s' :

f" 'the I opinion of the president. of. "the I Martlnoff of Missouri as aerJeant-at.i'I New York;, Georgia New Jen .
I United States. arms, and, that in all respects, Bey and Delaware.It ,t
jo, "Fellow democrats, the great iecre- the temporary, oreaQ aUon"w" made!1 I i was 10:21: p. m. when the demon Clark Howell .:?Georgia, Tewas/at, / N.w
: HIS.NAMECHEE$ : THOUSANDS tory of war came to Oklahoma. and permanent. ITemportry stration's last cry bad died away. York and McNul I of Connecticut B;.,
,| waged war against' our constitution."I''. Chairman Bell then pre."I Chairman Clayton, directed: the secretary .for the' Convention S

continued enator Gore. ""He asked us sented Permanent Chairman Clayton j, to continue the rlling-of The. ,I, .-' .,
I I to give up our right .of liberty and amid Wild| cheers. Chairman Clayton .roll of states. Speeches seconding vJ
: Deirionetration for Johnson and< Gray a's a Whisper Compared self-government. But by a vote of wts presented *with a ,big"bouquet oft; Bryan's nomination were made by Denver' Col.-The democratic. national -
,thousands upon thousands we rejected roses by several little 'girls, wrapped ] Senator Gearln of Oregon. Governor convetnjoriconcluded: *Its labors, ,*-r> ( '
; to Thaf"for Bryan-An All Night Session. the advice of Taft and acceptedthe In flags, who kissed Hm, and some] Glenn of North Carolina. Governor, Friday by, the nomination of John '
Story of the Convention. advice of Bryan." ,one called ..outllobsonl"" .'Hoblonl"Mrl Swanson of Virginia aad several oth.ersv Worth Kern of Illdiana for vice'president -
C ., !i This was 'the Bryan men's '11.nal.LI Clayton called out the first an- The chairman had 'a very "dlffl- completing the ticket on which .!
--. Instantly a shout broke from:the (gal plause ,when after thanking the convention '' Cut (time keeping order during the see, .Willian*. Jennings BrIan was ,made ,
Denver Colorado-The demcraUc\ of corporations. Let the people conslrr leries- and was echoed back from- ih.. for the. privilege ,of Dre ldlnJ-[ ending speeches as the delegates Iii tbe .nominee-.for president.
national* convention began Its sessions Whether the refusal of the republicans floor at first only a'tempest of detached : I over Its deliberations .b. declared,r seemed to betired and worn out.I . ,The nomination of Mr. Kern was ,
Is not a direct confession of tbe yells .and shouts of "Bryan1 with emphasis: I Tho opportunity of Johnion's sup made by acclamation\ amid the resounding -
t Tuesday, amid scenes of stirring animation. debasing corrupt money in; cam- but gradually gathering force and",,01. "This is a democratic year" porters came when the roll call reached cheers i of delegates and spec
The vast amphitheater of tbe paigns." ume until' swelled to a whirlwind When he came to thaj. part of his Conneotlcut! and that etpte'gave tators. No ballot was necessary, as .
. auditorium was', packed with 12,000 The delegates were prone to applaud 'of sound and motion as delegates and o address dealing 'with the 'trusts 'Mr. way to-Mlnnosota.Vlnfleld 8.:Ham- the tide of sentiment had set Irresistibly
people an over-moving intense and, from ho utterance of Mr. Bell's spectators rose en masse, mounting Clayton omitted1 ,a large' paragraph mood of the latter state took the toward the Indiana'candidate, ,
? expectant throng. 1 first sentence. Ills manned of delivery chairs waving banners hats hand. covering a message sent to congress '; stand amid considerable volume of mate after state registering their delegations ,
Chairman Thomas Taggart of'' the lent emphasis l to his points and there kerchiefs, flags, Hi.I newspapers '-.. any.'. tby President\ Roosevelt on the subject, applause and'placed, in nomination In his favor and all .other
national committee brought down his, was spontaneous handclapplng at the thins; which could be seized upon to',of trust regulation." Governor John A. Johnson of MInnc'sola. candidates withdrawing before the' ,
gavel with a resounding whack and conclusion of each of his gracefully ,,aid turbulence to the scene. Amid "I''wil not weary you .by reading )ft. llamr.uond..although he was universal demand for his nomination.' S .
called the convention to order at 12: j rounded periods Galleries joined liberally the tumult the band struck up "Dlx- this," be 'said. ,-You can-rend It in speaking to. a mass' of delegates, who On tbe call for states lnd1anapro. 4
20p.m. In the applause bestowed upon I the newspapers. had conclusively ehown their preference sented! the minnie - Cheers followed the blow of tho'' the speaker. i 1'S ? The 'task, of delivering his address' t for IInother' andldate. made a through former Governor Thomas.
; gavel and Chairman Taggart as soon Cheers mingled In the outburst, of]I. It was apparent was telling some- most favorable Impression on tbe convention placed In nomination Charles A. \
as they bad subsided *poke as follows applause when Mr, Dell asserted that I.I, ,what. for himself -and his candidate.A Towne of New York) ; Connecticut presented
: the democratic parI)'" would alway j Loud cheers of approval greeted liberal amount'of' applause greeted Archibald McNeil and Georgia A
,, "As cbalrman of tbe democratic na. stand unalterably opposed to monopoly -$ Chairman Clayton-as be concluded the speaker at the conclusion of his Clark Howell. ,
( lionel committee. It "becomes. my of production. '' 'II I and the applause was continued for![speech. Then come of the Georgia Tile names of, Judge George .Gra). of 9
j jr As tile first order of business' a'callof several minutes. 'delegates mounted their chairs after,
tbe roll of slates was proceeded i The delegates stood on their chairs :"a few minutes and added their voicesto
I with and Boon completed.The ___ and tossed.hats and bankercblefs into i those of tbe Minnesota man.
chair recognized '1. J. Dunn of I S tho air.. SPending Chairman Clayton was somewhat
Omaha ;Neb, to present, the following S S _ the report 'of the resolution less tolerant In dealing with the Johnson -
re-solutions of respect, to ,the. memory committee -Raymond Robson of shouters than he had been with
of the late Grover Cleveland: Chicago George \V. Littleton of. New" ''the Bryan followers and the Minnesota -
,"As It has pleased the Ruler of the York were asked to address' the con- ''I delegation complained bitterly of ; 1 S
Universe 'to remove from our midst vent Ion, which they did briefly. partiality. The chairman immediately _
The list of new national committeemen ';, but the -
Graver: >> Cleveland late president of ordered the band to play, 4
was then read. When the clerk ceased twenty-five! min -
I tho United States; who was three I[demonstration
times Ibo candidate of the democratic read the committeemen from I'ennsyl- utes after It began 4w
'5 'I! vania be included James T. GUffey In Delaware then t,
part,"IJcsolved k I I,,. Irving Handy of ,
the list. The mention of _' _
Guffey's presidential 5
That we, the delegatesof I I L" named George 'Gray as .
the arty In national convention assembled II name brought out prolonged cheering i candidate for his state. When :Mr. -
recognize in him one of the I but Chairman Clayton ruled Ills name Handy bad ipoken' for a few minutes
strongest and ablest characters ; CONGRESSMAN* : IIFNIlYDCLA.rroN.: out and declared the place vacant; I be was Interrupted. by the appearanceof '
known (to the world's statesmanship I Of Alabama. iIe. | At this point the committee on resolutions the long-waited committee on resolutions. _
who possessed to an extraordinary degree reported that It would be After the committee bad ____
the elements of leadership\ and ." but the clash of brass and drums ready to submit Its report at.7 been provided! with seats Mr. Handy
was completely lost In the babble of p. m. procc&ded with his speech. Some
T ..- ...' by his able, conscientious and forceful
",. William J. Bryan. administration of PUblic\ -affairs. reflected I sound which swelled up from the Senator' Grady of New York- moved I cheering was ,heard when .Mr. Handy
._._ honor upon, his country and upon great throng. :' a recess until 7 o'clock. The motion bad concluded but there was no attempt '
For the first minute Senators Gore carried with whoop demonstration.
call his party, and"Resolved was a at a Gray .
pleasing to convention -
duty thIn stood waiting to proceed, occasionally I Iraising' A small American flag had been i Governor Haskell of Oklahoma. tbo -
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to order and In eo doing I cannot refralo < express '
his hand for chair committee,
silence, only to placed on every delegate's prior chairman: of the resolution
from the suggestion that in numbers. our deep) corrow at his death and extend I
In the of the dele- bur warmest sympathy and conj j awaken a defiant yell, twice louder I,I to the beginning of the evening seselon. ,!was presented, and he proceeded( to Delaware and of John Mitchell of 11. '
J personnel than before and he finally retired to This was the unmistakable evl- j read the party's platform. Scattering llnols were not presented, owing to
. atee. In enthiinla and In the determination -' the edge'of the .platform where he sat dence of the nominating session of the (applause greeted' the various planks the positive requests of these gentlemen '
of victory It Is the greatest ;l -'- smiling, but unseeing at the : convention and quickened the Inter- read Governor Has
convention great : they were by not to have their names go before -
political ever assembled in hfr I commotion his words had produced. I est of the spectators who early madea kell. the convention. "
Ue United States Georgia's delegation In the midst .rush for the galleries filling them i I That portion of the plank on finance For a time It lookrd as though ''a
"It Is' certainly appropriate that : of the cheering crowd, was conspicuous -I, tot overflowing. 'referring to the guarantee of bank de- ballot would be required. Dut the
S eucb-a convention should meet In'this It for its absolute silence. I The selection of James Kerr as 'positS, one of Mr. Bryan's favorite policies steady line of states which Joined in
great western city whose citizens Delegates! danced up and down In member of the national .committee elicited the warmest applause seconding Kern's nomination soon,
4 bave shown (their generous hospitality 4 the aisles to the measures of "A Hot from Pennsylvania In place of Colonel ''given up to that |time. made it apparent that the chances of '
on every band, and wbose enterprise Time" and shouted the/ Chorus of James M. Guffey who was selected I The reading of tbe Injunction plank I all other candidates had been extin
,and energy Is attested by the erection I Ipf .Marching'Through Georgia." While I before the Pennsylvania contests was heard with the deepest attention, guished. .

'""this, magnificent auditorium. the latter air was ringing (through the were settled was ratified. and the declaration In favor of "a revision Mr. Towne In person was the first
Jn this connection I retire to express S hall a determined assault was made 1 Addresses by Thomas..P. Ball of I of the Injunction law" was first candidate to recognize the decisive na- ','
the thanks of lha members of. 1 by the frenzied Bryan shouters on the 'Texas Thomas i;'. Grady of Now York, applauded and other sections were ture of the Kern movement, and in a
:' the committee to the people of Denver Georgia standard watch up to _thi. Judge M. J. Wade of Iowa and Champ warmly 'approved. ;When the plank. ringing speech lut withdrew his name .
and especially\ to the members of ,,,.. time had been kept. firmly rooted in Clark of Missouri were then heard. I{ was finished the convention.broke into from consideration and pledged his ''
He Denver* convention league whose its place. Tbe. 1 Following these the galleries with '
delegation showed In cheers. support to the ticket of Bryan and
4 unselfish and untiring work has contributed : quick fashion that It was as dangerous a profound Ignorance" of the manner i The rending of the platform was Kern. '
\ so much to successful to "March Through Georgia" as towhich the convention should be concluded at 12:5(1.: ( Governor Haskell Delegate J. T. 11111 of Georgia, who
*- 'and happy opening of the campaign. of ever It bad been in the days ofthe managed, brokeIn' with cries of ,'having read for a few minutes lest In nominating Clark Howell. had ,
tf* 1 08.M;! war. They rallied around their UHlo I. "Vote;" "Vote! than one' hour. The platform, as prosented. .. made quite a bit with the convention
H. I then Introduced Bishop J. 3, yellow flag-pole bearing the name of i I The committee on resolutions sent was adopted unanimously. rose and withdrew Mr. Howell's name,
Keane' of Cheyenne. Wyoming wbopronounced. their state in white against a back. 'a communication stating that they Tbe 'roll call of states for nomInations and seconded Kern for Georgia. -
the opening Invocation. 1 ground of blue and stuck staunchly would not be able to report before was then completed and nominations Withdrawal quickly followed from
'. an Impressive plea for divine grace their guardianship. it was the only ; midnight It was then, decided to declared closed and the roll the supporters of McNeil- Connecticut
4" on' the convention's. deliberations. southern standard that remained root suspend the regular order of busi-i I call of states to vote for tbe party's' leaving the Indiana candidate
The,/convention promptly 'effected . ed, and where it was planted It ness and proceed with the presidential presidential candidate was ordered1. alone la the field. The withdrawal of tflAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
; the preliminary organization electing nominating speeches Bryan -
I stayed. Only one ballot was necessary the Connecticut candidate was accomplished
S 'Theodore 'A'Dell 'of California as-tem-, Oov.' Johnson of Minnesota. .I At 2:47 p. m., one hour and twen- "Alabama]" called the* clerk. being nominated on tbe first The by a motion that the nomlna--
orary chairman. 'I| ty-seven: minutes after Gore had mentioned -, The chairman of that delegation states voting as follows: Jon of Kern be made by acclamation.The .- -
In part Chairman Bell said: dolence to his- family. and tbat this the name of Bryan, the arose and was recognized. motion was carried with a deaf- ,
: ''The'molt palpable Instance; of Insincerity resolution be spread upon the recordsof stration' ended and Senator {: demon-// "Knowing that Nebraska will makeno j \ d o. "j: : ening; shout.and the great assemblage I
1 : was tho Chicago conven the convention and a copy be forwarded ished liia address; ;" mistake In nominating the. right II .a. "II," 44 I" ''I"'\ "'' :!j"'I M broke Into clamorous demonstration f
5, tion's declaration ''respecting, tne issuance .', to Mrs. Cleveland idltesolved The convention; then ,:edjourned ,until man" be said "Alabama yields., to ... : !" ;"I'"j; ; t ,,,a 'I'' d f on the accomplishment of Its work
.S. of-Injunctions It was entitled further of g ." <: '. I m-" ''fJ\* the of the democratic
as a mark respect 'po m. .; v ;: ;? ;.: Nebraska." and completion
.- to more .respect'If: It bad .been omIt. to bis memory the 'convention The fight between the majority and I. J. Dunn of Omaha.arose and began > 2I&ame.e.; 22lgArkansaa ,'! '. '! '\"" national ticket .
_ .ted.,. No matter how strong the plat. now adjourn until 12 o'clock. (noon) i I I minority factions of, the credential the first nominating; speech ofi \ ''': .... 18. .... . u..', Alter tbe nomination the conventlon -.
1 ,term of the republican party is it nev tomorrow." .- I committee over the unseating of Colo-4/ I II Ii 20 California .; -. .'.,'. 20'' ...... .. ..... adjourned, without, dateL
,' ; er' would have been fulfilled. Nobody These resolutions were seconded by nel James 11. Guffey and other 10 Colorado, . ,1() .. "f' ,..' "
abort .or anarchist desires to cur- Judge Parker of New York.. who reada gates of Pennsylvania began 14ConnecUcut. . 9 Ii .... .. . .. A A ....-'AAAA'AA4A'AAA. . A "i'A
t; tall the rlglit of courts to prevent the set of resolutions he bad drafted but 'after the Convention met for the 6flelaware.' .. . . .\ . 6 .. . The democratic convention at.A.
i was upa'ble' to' get before the conven session.. dele.1 '0 Florida .' .. 10 .. ." . .. A Denver adopted a platform which A. '.
I tion. The resolutions of Mr. Dunn of I 'Before taking'up the Quffey 'r .' 2 .3Q . A contained planks on the followA
< Nebraska' were adopted by a rising the convention heard speeches 6 idaho\ . . . 6 ...', _. . . A. Ing subjects: A '
: rious subjects from.. Richmond P. Hob- 54 Illinois ." .. . 114 .. ., . . A Economy In administration A ,& .,
I vote.After referring all matters .In rls- eon. and others. Indiana .. 30 .. .. . . A Arbitrary power of speaker, A. '
pute as to committee 'app lntmH1ts. I I fter these speeches Chairman Bell 2OIowa . . 26 .. . ... . A Misuse of patronage. A ,',
; etc., to the committee on credentials recognized Christopher C. Callahan, 20 Kansas ; 20 . . .. . . A Campaign contributions A .
the convention adjourned until ]J2 chairman of the credential committee; Kelltucky 26 . . .... .. A Tariff. A ).,
o'clock Wednesday In respect 'to the who preented the majority report of Louisiana .18 . ... . .. .. A Trust .A
i1'iI&'W: memory of Mr Cleveland. the comnilttee recommending that 12 Maine '. . . 10 1 .. 1 A Railroad regulations. A
certain delegates from Pennsylvania ieMaryland . 7 9 .. . A Banking. A ,
Wednesday.; be denied seats in the convention. I S yA! 32 Massachusetta 32 ... . .. . . A Income tax. .. A '"
After several futile attempts to get <,i Mr. I. U Straus Maryland was 28Michigan. . ,822.Minuesoja :. . .. . ... A Labor and injunctions A t
order out of the contusion which 'pre recognized and presented the minor I' . . . 22 ... .... A Merchant mn ne. A'1;, ,
vailed In the convention hall Wednesday I ity report. which recommended that'' 2O.1issisaippi, ._' 20 .. . ... .... A The navy A :
Chairman Bell finally succeeded I the contestees in the Pennsylvania MIssouri .,. . 30 .. . ..'. ... A Civil service. A ( .
and called the convention to'order at cases be seated Thirty minutes was | ," Montalla . . 6 ., . . ... .. A Popular election of senators. ..1...'. ', i
S 12:26 p. m. alloted to. each .side.for debating the 5.' A '1 16Nebra .. . 16 ... ... . .. A Arizona and New "Mexico.A .,.., ,
nev. Christian F. Relsner of Den- question. Mr. Callahan and Govern i -' "' '\t fiNevada . . 6 .. .-.j", ..bSNew ... .A Grazing lands. A ". .
_1 ver, the chaplain of the day deliveredan or' llaskell of Oklahoma spoke in favor IGNATIUS J.: DUIW, I I / Hampablre. '1 1 ... . .. .A Waterways. A r
1 i. Invocation. As be concluded' of adopting the majority report.Mr. Of Nebraska Selected to Nominal W J, 24NewJersey' . .. 24 .. A National resources A
- For President the Demo-
S - was greeted with an outburst of applause Straus made an impassioned appeal -i Bryan critic National j I 1-78New York . ,. 782dNonth ..... . . A Philippines. A'A '
L: : :qrn-, particularly- from the Indianaand for: the adoption of, the minority |I Carolina. .24. . ... : .... panama Canal. 'I,iA' j'
New York delegates. report 5" I the convention. As Mr. Dunn proceeded : 8 North Dakota 8 .. . . . A Pan-American relations. A .
t't. S > THEODORE' ,r'' "The Milwaukee and other march-1 .:'Tbe question Is on the adoption of almost every allusion be made 46Ohio . .. ,,' 46lgOklahioma . . .. . ... A Aslactlc Immigration. .A .
1-.. ? -, : A. DELL. lag clubs will pass through the hall," ]the minority report In place of that t to the character of Mr. Bryan was enthusiastically . .18 .... . ... A Pensions. A'J;
"" '_<.eIDC CI'8.tJO' Candidate -For Goy.I I announced the chairman and a* the'' portion of the majority: report relatingto : applauded, althoulb'be II Orellon '.' II . . . .. .. .
p - ,
: ari>.r of UUifcmia-Temporay Chair- last words left his Le had not mentioned the name of CiS -5. 49 3
: '" it the DemCK"l'atlq Na- S lips t strains of Pennsylvania" announced Chair S yet the Pennsylvania l % 994 6SRhode
'.j Yl;: ,3\\::1"\ ,;'''' : ::tien..1 1ourentIon.) "Dlxla. ',*. floated into the Auditorium. I man Bell as he directed the clerk to Nebraska candidate, The closing I' IBlanel. 6 3 .. . .. $20,000'WILLED TO EMPLOYEE. )'
.L..ld a cheer broke from' the crowd as begin the call by states When the ,phrase of his' speech stirred the vast 18 South Carolina ,18 . . ., . . .
t m "ot properly, i the first DryaD banner In line Was roll was closed Chairman Bell an- j assemblage Into ,wlld demonstration., 8 South Dakota 8 . . . . . Woman Has Served as Cashier of' :
.:. ,... blUed and Ignorant Judge may''' swung"through the door. The parade I nounced: ""Upon this question the I "I nominate" he exclaimed "as the Tennessee . .24IfiTexas . .. . _. .
;;,a', I.UI. writ outside of equity wee not a long one and the convention ayes have 387 votes and the noes 'standard bearer of our party, the man I '. . 36 ... ... .... Company for Many Ytars.
.:\ "The: people above the courts may soon returned to business. 61&" The majority report was' then who. In the thrilling: days of 1S98 and 6 Utah . . . 6 ._ _. . .. . Savannah, Ga.-No 'one was more
:1' modify the powers If they desire to bedemocratic. A motion that the convention be adopted by'; a viva voce vote. 11 J800 bore the battle-scarredbanner, of I 8 Vermont, ,. 7 ......... 1.. surprised\ than Miss. Susie Keane
_ (};" .'- They*]must unequivocally governed by the rules of the democratic Great confusion followed the announcement democracy with fame as untarnished i Vlr81.nla* ,. . 24 .. . _. ... .. When the contents of the will of T
'::'J'iled,1; : such legislation as will convention of 1904 unanimously as' the crusaders, of old ,;, America's !P. ,
prevent was of the result of the roll I i' 10 Washington 10 .. .. . .. .
S 'an Injunction- being converted into Instruments adopted' as was a resolution call. but,,through the uproar ftltered a great commoner, Nebraska's 'gifted It West VIrginia 14 .. ;. .. . .. . Foye who died suddenly were made .
4 j of 'oppression. of regret and tribute to the late James motion to adjourn until 11 o'clock j'son. William 'J. Bryan.- 26 Wisconsin . 28 .. _,. . .. public and It became known that ( ,,
i: ,"If Taft Is ,elected It wilt be a bi- K. Jones, former chairman of the com Thursday morning. It was secondedin Immediately "pandemonium of Wyoming . '. 6 . . .. . .. $20,000 had been left to Miss Keane. .. .
i f' ected presidency 'With Roosevelt. The mittee. a '.Gaab., and carried with a shout, sound' and motion was unloosed .as 8 D. of Columbia It :. .. . . . Miss Keane had for years -been a
; -S / ,American people::will .not stand for at A motion to adjourn till i p. m. was and the'delegates made for, the j doors. i delegates and spectators rose en Alalka .. . 6 . . .. . ... trusted employe of the P. T.-. Foye
;S t divided responslbllty at, tbe 'white offered at this point but was defeated I I masse and joined* in- the reverberating 6 6Arizona . . 6 .. ..._' ... .. company as treasurer and had the ,
I house., 'hi .- seemingly by the galleries voting "no" Thursday chorus of tribute to the ;Nebraska .6 lIa wall '. . 6 ... ..,. confidence of her employers. It was
; ,"As to the general demand for publicity so strongly that the voices of the del- At 11:30( o'clock 'Thursday chairman candidate.' 'The standards of the state 6 New Mexico G . .. . . . because fo her devotion to duty; and
'f, of campaign contributions, the egates voting "aye" were drowned. Bell begun the ten minutes of ,'I were Wrenched from their places and Porto RicO' . 6 .. . .._ . ... . work In the'Interest of the* firm, that
; .,1Mple' have a '.rigbt to know. It any Bob" Taylor of Tennessee and hammering with his' gavel. which he |I borne through the ball to the platform the bequest was made. ,

;L':;:/: party Is" 'maintained' '" by the, treasuries; Charles A. Towne of New York were has thus far found. necessary In callA I while banners ,!bearing, l the por- .1006 892146! 1591 8 but Several this was other the bequests largest were .-made' ,*

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S ,Convention. Echoes The anti-Injunction plank of the feature of the seating arrangements -,|I The republican, banner which was Denver's mystery of the sheet-Iron BIG WHEAT (CROP; EXPECTED.W ( .
. platform was drafted by Sampel Gom- new In political conventions, 'strung across the street at Lincoln mule has, been solved. For days an .... ,>
'.,"' : 3g in; acknowledging; remarkable per and John MItchell. It embodies was the labeling of all seats. ,Every Nebraska,. Bryan's home, was torn enormous.mule has been in course otconstruction1 sterrt Canada Will Have lOO.OCQr ; '
'?:.. tratlon given blot by delegates every principle labor demanded of the chair carded on' Ita back 'a small down .by his supporters.- Mr. Bryan on top of a building op. coo Bushels to Export. .'_
::it. democratic national convention republicans atf. Chicago. :but was. whit placard bearing the name of the upon hearing of the occurrence-said: positethe Brown Palace hotel. But Winnipeg..,Manltobl*.-After a careful
,, 55. ,Jf Dry an jaaide .':"The ''demote framed In different language. state in large capitals with tbe'woud.Debegate" "I am very sorry; to learn, of, 1C- 'It the mule Was only a part ofl the design review of the crop.situation In 'WtsU..,
':, ... been very good,'\to me', and At l1'saO'o'clo; Tuesday."When ,the '.' beneath 'it.- .This small was inexcusable. If the nan who did and all.Denver has boon guess ern Canada the,leading rainways .*.,, 9 '
1,' J : words ,10express, my; hall was-less. than -one-third full, the detail did 'away with much of the confusion it thought'be was helping me or 'the InS at the rest.'Now ;it transpires that tlmate the .total.wheat.yield In West-:
: S "ep appreciation of ,tbe confidence first mnslo of the convention crashed Incident) to former conventions.. democratic party be' was woefully mls-there Isto. themule the .Denx era Canadathe, ,leading railways.. "
..::.>-., :good will*which' tn.rdemonstraladlcatea. forth from tbe upper balcony. A aplen- ,The ,gavel used by Permanent taken."- - S i ; ,The, mule will accept. '- els, oran' average;of twenty busbar '
'. &'' .*. did and of some sixty-odd; pieces, uniformed Chairman Clayton at'' ,tie convention The Tuesday session lartIng a.nttiover ,Tbe" reading clerk caused "aosneuier. to the''acre.' .. "(:" ,' S
." ; .- In tbe, rear of all ,the ..lale'Jt. -In, costumes of tbe western was made from hickory obtained ,oil) two hours was notable rather rinaent'Wednesday' by' announcing' In' : Last year's wheat crop was '0.001-
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oostas.aestr orf' ; persons of my acquaintance' UTE IvOH 1MTE1 ,

: : : :.. are. removed to another 'sphere (ot C-raL "' i'-

., .I course I may be'mistaken In- my estimate Nicholas Murray Butler "president Asore thro rt! is adcmgteroiLs
t'e'THE'CA' of them but. In that CM: /It. '
'NON'S WAR see ; of Columbia University New York rrI
r ::: o a e 1 Is a..contolatlon to feel that they are' who Is to give a. series of lectures at malady f '
e gone where their' merits, which escaped the University' ot Copenhagen Stockholm

\!!i i OB A TiLE OF. BOIE! MADNESS.v, jJ my" limited observations, will and Christiana bas been fairly bayou donU; need' o'
:; :. be appreciated) .. and thereforeI I can' overwhelmed wltb attention' since his \

1.1. not blame ,poor Sophy, that ah*,felt arrival. In Paris France. lie ock'around :

\. ..... :" "+', By JAMBS kAVN. rJ so llttlo''sorrow for her bereavement Miss Louise foyer' 80 years olds .a '

i.1 .1 -.-.:-.-..-.- oa Some distress and pain, however relative: of J. P. Morgan committed k' o i'L
.... ..-. .....--..., ..--. ..--.--...._. she did.feel by-reason ofthe, manner suicide In her aparttment by Inhaling : your-ne cure
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1 t" ot her husband's departure. John gas Miss Boyer was penniless. and -' 1 1
rr CHAPTERContinued.XJCIV, 20 cency; "mamma did not 'guide ray Adair It was generally understood her rent "was due..

:. fto cer '!1. was murdered. He WAS found dead Mrs Alice Roosevelt Longworthand "I' Ar
'Wee thought that might Invalidate under that cellar flap In Miller:: street: party were.caught, In a frightful ALLA D'S
'M, dear Sophy,'' he went On, "I the bequest. said Spphy. anti:, and "the theory".ot what would have electrical storm on pike's Peak. The
am''' not the. Queen nor yet the Pope. ing. been "the prosecution" had therebeen'.anybody storm broke. they neared almost the unparalleled timberline . ::5LINI w

But If you do. really' attribute to ma "It'Is worth a good -deal more thanIf to prosecute was as fury and raged'The with were obliged to

,.* any superiority or authority I entreat it( was ".Ud.", cried the canon en: follows Mr. Dawson; as hits been slay on top.o(dirty the peak longer than I
of' you to rise and-dear me, Ian thusiastically. *'It ought to b e In mentioned had' an establishment ;In. anticipated; "as the, storm continued '

'not used to having ladles kneel- the ,college library: with the 'para- this street which consisted however for several hour. wAn ,, ....111' cure that""throat-- la short crdor.
(V Ing to me,-but- this: with a spec dise Lost' "', only"of'cut.ln underground premises ocean trip of<< aver 1,000 stiles In OalUrd' Snow' Liniment penetrates the pores promote '

V> modlo attempt at..bls old smile:- ,"Unhappily however,;* sighedSophy."it used for storage-probably 'of a shell constructed of newspaper ing,free_circulation, ,,jiving{ the muscles more eIUUO'tr'C.; : .
"quite the contrary. We have had Is'only a proof ot good In- stolen goods. When Adair ao Indiscreetly from all parts of the United States was , TRHEUMATISMCUTSSPR.AlNS. t
a bad time all around-there's? nor tentions. .-When I said that some reparation exhibited to him that parcel completed at New York ,when GeorgeW. CUR I BRUISES. '

'doubt of that-and of late weeks" even for the past was now of bank notes It came Into his mind Johnson a veteran oarsman arrived I I" WOUNDS OLD 'SORES, STIFF JOINTS. ", 1

he added .with a deep sigh!. "the rendered'possible, I was alluding that be would rather go abroad with from St. Augustine Fla. '! BURNS AND AH. PAINS. :
, ,worst of all," my dear the'Inter..t of Ill-gotten gains than with, the possessor ,..To .,bable.'* city'council ... '
"Good heavens! .what 'has ,happened .. the money that has been stolen from of them from whose'custody of Chicago ot bas made' Intestinal a special diseases appropriation \ GAVE INSTANT ,,RELIEF.'Henry .,:

afresh=". cried; Sophy starting you .onlyc small portion of It. will be might (and doubtless would) have among Infants 10000. caused chieflyby I a SbonoPruo; 1Ttab. wrlUwt "I flare need a tu4'i:'. s
a to her feet "Ton. are In mourning now be necessary for our need..lldthe some difficulty in extracting'them. the hot'nveather. have been'of such Snow Unlmonc for Neuralgia Tooth-stoho and Sore Throats

?5, aDd Aunt Maria Is In mourning too. rest ..111. of course be paid you With the a>d of a Confederate, h* frequent ::occurrence In Chicago that which upon application gave me Instant relief. I can reoora-d

It' .la surely not mydear RobertT" as we.receive It; bet auto the principal therefore planned a simple scheme according to. relative figures, the totaldeatbsot'babiee mend It a* Ming the boat Liniment I haTe ever Media curing t

'No; no; thank.Ood! It Is not hi," I don't see how it Is evertp" berefunded. tor acquiring them;, the only thing due to these, complaints pain oau.eec11rom. :Neuralgia, eta"a" ,

said .jthe-i-canon.. ./earnestly/ ;, "bat we .'! necessary to the success>>f which. : w&a'th.t this year will' reach tile .start- PRICE 25C,...50c,AND,S1.06Ballard ,.,
have lost, an old-'friend: -a' friend "You' may make yourself Quite Adair should take the rlkht band ling total of 1,414. \ .

who was "dear' to all of us' and to easy'upon 'that score, my dear of the street. There' was -no reason, 'The Yokohama Japan municipalityhas _r._ T" Itt

whom.'you:"Sophy/, were, especiallydear. ,. Sophy.said the canon with tender Indeed why he should tak the left,I ''voted the sum of 16,000 yen to Snow Liniment Co. R
."- gravity; "for as a matter,of, fact It hand: but It he bad Chanced- cross cover the .Kpe "'*; of the entertainment *

Sophy put back her hair from her .*.been refunded." the road the scheme would hare: .. of to the be .American given to the fleet officer',while they and 500-5Q3'Nortb Second Street, 'h:
familiar gesture, whichr "What-what-did .the person been failure.; In that casei Adele -
eyes-a are In that city. ST.. LOUIS '-' MISSOURI. I, I I'I '
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-. r brouthf-'her"-'bac1C" to'' the1 anon's" who-wronred-vou. of 1t1.ell.YAitonl.1 ->-- would have simply. walked down the covering// of ,
an -area
'mind,, mare 'than anything"had yet mel t' and Incredulity\ river stairs where ;the ,boat, wan more'than. A'"of one oil square mile and of unknown . .
'dons., for she was greatly"ch.nKed. checked her utterance; awaiting him:' afltwas; Instead, of depth' year Tamploo In the r

.;'. ,The expression of her face was that .Why, no, my dear; putln the embarking on" the Thames, h* crossed state of ,Vera Cruz Mexico Is on fire.H Sold and, Recommended by t
of bewilderment. For; the mpment canon dryly; "It was DOt'qlIlt. that the Styx. baabeen-burning for five days and

'. /--so" little ''-of reciprocity there' Is way. The money came In directlyfrom : Dawson's confederate 'on the other ha created the wildest terror -among For Safe at ROBERSON'S DRUG STORE. a
sometimes even In''devoted Ibve ,your hands Our; fHendMav- side of the way was thought to have, the,natives of that section. The blaze ':

,' .-.he,::was unable to recognize the ors ,had, In fact left''ou' a large sum: given some signal for the bolt of the Is"teen for more than two hundred ., ,1' '" I LJ
lo "of'whlch' hf'a(oke. Then Inn His lawyer tells me-It had been originally cellar trap to ,be.!withdrawn'Just, as miles at sea, according to navigator < '\"' ;,;

M trembling voice and with 'a faint Intended for the college but Adair:stepped,I upon it, .....h.n.. we' who have arrfyr'ed'a .vera 'Cruz' and l KISSIMMEERIVfl
The oil belong' to a Pltteburg
!flush she murmured, "It is not I that some tlm.' ago-r-rhearlng,: that know, he suddenly disappeared from Tamptco.. fcompany.whose loss will be ,
I trust, good Mr Marori." matters were not going prosperouslywith i the sight: of the detective. At/'all $100,000; on machinery and the million 'c r t'r :r

"Yes, he. has gone from this worldto you-be made a new will Then events he was found there dead.: of barrel, of oil which" were.
a better: but this would have quite lately.he saw Robert and for Sophy was'received at the Laurels burned. : : BOTTLE.f : i

IR b,& been a better world, to'him had things the f first, time was f made acquainted with open arms, but not atall: Ilk* ,",*A man'ha1' pplled'to1g: : : Police of .
turned ont differently as' regards with'the'matters In connection withmy a returned 'prodigal.. Matters'Were St.. Lout for aid In asoerticxilng who ,

: :yourself; }8ophrr L, was blind to It, trusteeship-.-how the money bad made to,p on as much as possible he Is and where b* live; He remember ' ..TILNJmLlt.L STEAMER R08. D 1)

a. utAontMarla; ,was' 'DOt(; be'*eDt to to- be paid twice over,:and so forth." exactly, the, same aa they, bad,-been *,* nothing at; alii{ of"hi* past, life r'Captain Clay Johnson;; Sr. Captala Clay' Johnson. Jr. % .

her 'when. was dying and told her "Good heavens! How vile and used to do; those half a dozen years only that his name Is Ed. his "wife's .Regular' veekly 'trip to B..lllc.i'e'A4 return! Roseada laity Klsetaa-,
base he must hare thought me!" name Is Carol and his business partner's ,
alt about It. His last words were of absence and misery wer'treated .see Tuesday morning, and arrive rtlaslmme Friday evening
a blessing upon you; the dream,of groaned Sophy."Quite as jlhough she had.been away on,, a name Is Danny.,! ,.,: ,
?" two'hours Special Charter Trips to Lake OkeeOobe. and Fort Myerm om tka UOKv s
Hi heart was that you should escape i otherwise, my dear he es-T week' visit;;:and was now come bom By holding a.telogram for / Oemfortable ucommodllSo..10rp. Rates reasonable ,: "
x your 'unhappyfate; and .hi* prayer teemed you so hlghlyttiat he at once again. 1 So many stitches cannot, however the telegraph*? COpapaoy<< atPort> all ; : '*
') {b.'biNn'" ;W -" 1 understood the sorrow'and 'remorseyou .be dropped: thewdb.otlitewithout Prince. Haytl. saved the lives of AdolfValbonrn The, "most picturesque Waterway la Florida 'I.' .
Tbeodula. The re. and freight Rate apply to .
and 'Dante w ,Passenger ,
g "Is my husband dead?" Inquired were,suffering, from having been, 'leaving, a.very 'ugly' hole.: : .
telegram which had ben sent,by the : CULT JOHK8QN. ..BIL. Proprietor; I' '
: ' made the Instrument ruin: He ; ,
Sophy In trembling tones of. my The contrast between'What. was and: .Take the a' '* '
w "Yes; don't ask about, It Just yet; 'felt he left :you this money what had been was sharp and clear president men from their of' Haytl beds read and shoot them '.;. . ;y i. Oa soarLUlle.."'Klsslnom, m I .

IOU shall,know all In time.: You are the first use 'you 'would put It to to her, for all .their: are, as a Jagged at once." When Ifwas.received the '....... ", 'J.. ,'

,no longer a bond .slave; yes"-her would be to repay m.;-but. that'',UDder rock agalnat.asummer"sky. Bitterest telegraph company held Itadnotl-: ; '.F1; ,i "": : ' h" .

.eyes had turned to little W1111e1'withy.arning the circumstance you would not of all were her reflections upon lied -tb. ,]twomen; who Immediately -.. -- .J ,:1" .i --uo--- '
.: .tha kfulBe -".nel;; ,ypur hate the''power,.to''doso, that your what, might 'have_ :,been i TCreifforBophy's ! 'caught a.boaTto>> New York. When, ..... ., t t" -fJI . safe;, henceforth she will-beyours'without husband. in.ahoH,+.would. have pre .,sake Robert could not conceal they' were out"of Haytlan water 'the
'* vented It.' That It would have been his love .,when Alma- telegram, was. delivered.M QJ .
. fear. __ ? . ,_ *. mo-n tiiig"Q.s'.a' a Ja
"I'Once more Sophy fell on her knees, like pouring water Into' a"sieve.He glrU'dutlful 'as-'osasitlfal' ;, tender '"as Hundreds'.ot metfarvaghiiag.a for ,

but this lima not to the canon' There therefore bequeathed the 16,000 pure,' boraforthe admiration of aU, ..ttlrelWhlch.l. burning) through the 3USi1.iess'j :

? rite times.whct tven to the tendereat that I had,;advanced 'to you;to', in yi for the1'' devotion of one, Not."one center There 'ha of*Long been Island llttla rain near In EastporL 40 days ',\. '> : E.. J' ,. .,'
explain ,
..J ;hearts! the toss of.'.our deartoaes 4s a. self, taking care however 1 to spark of Jealousy of her glowed fin A, heavy rain Is about the. only bop. \
.source of and to Aunt MtrlAjWhj Sophy's bosom but In her .
nappy release a, cause bead'consulted ;, supreme, of ;relief y '
for thankful... A. melancholy gratitude felt as .sure, as'' It happiness she recognized: all that ,..beh8l".elt' that President" Roosevelt .., "" '- ' "

Indeed; but this, was a case your own wishes. that such a.altlon dlspo4 had ao recklessly,' thrown would'The'r@port receive $10.000 for a'series of ,_ '. :\HYdoesany one take to writing 'at a calling Th.ri.are "

ot a woman ..ho. recognized: ot his property would' ,ba sat* away. She did not envy her ai.the articles, relating to his experiences '''7't'' ,'ream* enough..'.. It 1* one way to get an honest living. and.
heaven's mercy la the blow;that had Isfaotory, to you/V chosen bride' of an honorable '.nc$, while hunting In Africa bas been ''verl yy ; ; a ...*nay lawfully'choose 1 It,and may live by ft.'.... 01't\

cutoff, her husband'In;' the .midst of $"Heaven bless Thlm!" murmured worthy young fellow-"all th... fled by Charles Bcrlbner In whose t '+1/fo'" 4 worse; and be happy la the practice ot,It.: writing.. la both _>\;

'hi. sins, $- fe tI.. ,f Sophy, .grate f ully,'f "He has lifted. things had ceased to be" ....lth-be. ts' .magasinI'.the articles will appear MrScrlbner f a.yrolieeslonsad,, an art.. On Its money-gettisjg Mel II **ens :. ,
"And the-.*past," said*Sophy," sot : burden from m* which I ahould otherwise though she was on her dying bed .- estimates the '**.Ie! of'Presl.dent 4 =ii"" to'me nofVpartlcularly' good profession. ;AuecMfuI }Jaw- y.:"."

.;.- mnly., taking the child's hand In have carried to my grave/' but the gifts which made her so precious Roosevelt's, book, already.. The royal.ties published , ,'*' ;.Jet'. or",a ;successful doctor commonly e.rlll. ,Wore'mOD81'
"That was the feeling .for In her of these a. 1.IOO.Ooocople. 'are.vastly.more ,lawyer*
her.; "some reparation for even the very eyes; some fit .than s .tiecellfu1..rtt.r. and there
past can now be' made We have which be gave you credit;' put In least 'ahd had had In.her power "to on' these sales" were close: to $250.-' and doctor*who succeed In a measure worth talking aboutthan

Aunt Maria, softly. "He read bestow 'and had them Into OOO.1 writers seldom of writing with moneymaking
thoughta good deal about godpapaand your she flung Sullivan. actor I But a" roan takes to the profession ,
bow'he, has been treated; have beart. my dear*though' he.could not the gutter;:, Young as she .m) was la philosopher John'* L,, lecturer.;? pugilist and :temperance, 1. as his primary Obfect, any' more than be take to the, ministry 4

,.. we not Willie win It." ;f years, the Joys tot -youth -.were' :a!1- talker has begun. an action for dlvlrce to teaching for }bat purposeHe'takes'to writing because b* likes Jt and ha.
The child sitting up ....". 'hlsh In- "It was never worth his ,winning;' ready over?with her; 'I' was thoughshe : against his wife Annie.whom be m.r.1 a turn for It, or because he cannot wait to flt. himself for some other >profession.> .
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her little) bed-well. prqped'by pnj Aunt Marla'" she answered.bitterly., 'belonged to' two generations) rted Z5 years ago in Boston and from : or, debarred Jon some,reason,,from other-professions* or because opportune
,4'lows,"*nodded .adheilon.- "1 have "I was not,, tit to be the ....1f..Clf> .an back and,; future .could ..only) whom ,be separated la few month Ity offers. Once he commences writing "DeI.uDd.rtalte. to Jive by. his work,
Jeft" god pap.* all my money. :she honest man.' hope to and. 'her happiness-In: the', later. b* will probably want to get out of It all the money h.* can wtthout'saorilee
l "' Mid." ."Naynay- .the carfon; "It happiness of tberl.', ", of things that are worth.ntore to him than mere money. Mere'money;'for *s> ',
Wukiaf ton
I "Good heavens! What does the It coma to honesty I shall' have littleto Aft.r, Rob.rt' marriage'he' returned 'Secretary Garfield must give a personal ample-wlll not tempt a'wise man. lot} alone a good one to take service with a.

"'dear child mean?" Inquired the"can say for myself. Not only has the 'to India, once, more; front bond for $82.000 wltb'.l1rety to newspaper which he does not approve, nor to ,write:trash.wblcn; being',capable. ,
on., with a distressed look. sum beer b.queathed'to tns which' whence, at Intervals, two baby bon b* ,..ppro"edthe court If lie desire of'better things he be trash because the market for trash happens to't t

'' c "It U".quite true," said Sophy was evidentlyIntended- for you I but were.forwarded to the car.of grand to' prosecute the appeal noted; by him be better than the market for literature.; There is no great harm.In r writing..

,M 'fcraveiyfat'my: darjlng and I are,both Mayors has left money to' my boy DaDa and Aunt-M.rla: It'II needlessto from 'the> recent': 'decision of Justice trash sobeit It I* not viclouayit a man can do no better., But,of ,, mind In the the matter 'Her Robert.. Myself and tamllyybave become I nay'that they 'were. received with Wright, of' the District: Supreme Court 'real talent and literary power to turn away, and the truth .th.t.ar1..J\\,

chief anxiety when Dri Newton came ''receivers. as It were of stolen rapture, -but- they- never put little directing' write of mandamus to issue must express, to trash and drivel Is prostitution.' It I* a writer1''duty to,write ff ;i.

i i to see"her, was to know whether she goods 'well knowing:'them as Fred Willie's .nose/out bt.Joint,in'.:the.atfectlonSxOf against: the recent dlabarmen his best, and tie cannot turn his back on that duty for )long withoutpaying ,L .,'.-.

4": .would live to be twenty-one, because would put It, to have been atolen." : the canon."Boys order', by which certain attorney' before the penalty. reputation and In power.-Harper* Magazine., .* : .t .

,,,1 told her'.that, she would then be "Then Robert will'be able to marry may come," h* was wont to, yer. excluded from. practice ,, f '
the Interior.
of k
able'.to'repay: ::: yore all that you had I ;tile;;girl 'of i his 'choice" exclaimed aa,. as.- bending .over some' plotvjre 'the* Department ', , : M':1tR: ls. p '...,
bill of lading- designed <
A new uniform '
been robbed of.". Sophy, delightedly "He will no long book'together\he' mingled- Oliver blU.i , .. ,.
the to
for DOW
,- "And If I was' to die In the_mean" .". have. .reason! to accuse me of having with her golden,halrf;*:'and.Ven. girls use'for a'B&astitnte tho 'movement d!' miscellany -' HUMHope .
a'kw ,time" said! little WillieI should': wrecked his. happiness.*' may come; but they will never .ou freight and general merchandise +_-
like to leave avail to him.". "If It has,"been'. wrecked) It must and the girl dt was approved and Its ad.ptlon.recom- .' adQ9r

". ...I don't suppose your good '-kns- have b.ell.Jl1l1\ Insured," smiled the.anon"to'judge'by me her heir.": And they nev...,- IId. I ..nded' to the'Common carrier of the w'r+t+. ,,. .,... .... -4::

/ Heavy.'t said Sophi'.mlllnK, his face wheal I .v;'" ;; THJKWJ-.ff! country and the shipping public by the .: e. ." .
il'4tban41. .. =_'" .' .. c-- i_ 'n' It c-. '
lastsawhim. H* telegraphed :Interstate' commerce commission.
l"a rt. '", ",1 1"oulcl'of the thtnk will very'mhch'ot'the of a child,, ot six!"Val'Idlty "but- for. his Alma; who will be at'the" -1. C> (. :" Zeal liieprea. .. .;:.: provides twd forms, '''printed on .theta f/ Faith and; : bgtc.'M, :
-.Ide In .different colors one forstraight" :
lat all events it show the 'Idtentlod'of ,Laurels In a week's time. The.Shanghai Taotat'has report 11 ". .
': the testator.'* ' "But; I thought' you had, left the to the Throne 'that there ar'.IIJr. and''one.-for Border" -conIg'nmeots '' i.
? \. :. The "order" bill will possess More Powerfulftgierides.Than: : ;:
'drl" characteri'in
With that she produced from herdesk Laurels-been bad Shanghai, and( ,a.- certain degree of negotiability

: the document In question.,written all through me.." wishes to'be instructed to dmpltat white a tile.".tra bt.* bill! wiH-be nomnegotiable. ,I I8y I, "
"Tut. 'tut?Met bygones be bygones.Money them all despite the nature of th,lj Dr.-F .p
,. In a large. round hand t.There ? d' ,. T "t ,nk. >} .l
-" -undue.:influence that' makes the,has crimes, 'but-an Inlperlal'reacrip' $ u,s a MNegotIallons'areLu ? .
was DO" an ? -
4 for, J. -. ""
progress Jtr .
S the same'c ectit' ( Judlolously administered be.'Issued ,to'"the effect that these - I- M .- -. -
f, aid, Sopor: ."though 'I admit that I.1'J extradition: treaty/between, Honduras ,. .. - "' "' ''''' ;',
: sometimes steadied-her wrist; not ) upon a tenant. ,We nave who'committed high crimes may llQ! ; 'and_the UnitedState., ,The. treaty IIeKpctted'to A tear,'"'9f'lt1} ',
'' < gone,back to' the, 914 ,houses Sophy, sentenced to --decapitation thoae between Acting NNNNMr'F.unreasoning. fear may be creative ot, a rpssoning i :
J. that,we can't write! she added With : be signed\ at UIiJ" W;'..
and to the old only one-thing who committed lighter crimes may b*' may alt'unreasoning courageconfdeace. Dope "
;. maternal pride' ,"but because 'we ways; ( Secretary. .Ad9*, and'Minister Ugarte Vft "
? la. wanting.we,, mast have bur.Sophy sentenced to Imprisonment of varlolMdegrees ; '"' e tl"e'ofcund; "based on reason" for all ,
n , very weak at the time.'. Indeed rjicaragua'ha l 'Iak n up arms In i.i ] eo.rag.i "',
the nature ot mental Like tend to Ilk*; courage, <
0 It' was when we ;thought that back'In per old .home.. w.- according to. support: of Honduras, which has a rev'olutlonary produce' t.' '
iI' their crlm.-8han hal Mercury on Its hands according 'bop*, hop,? '
,"4 :we should never, get well and strong,: v .' s movement caietest, tt.Iace.J .'...
again that :.w* did It;'.*,: : . I 1 'CHAPTER'xxv.. I o? ' to a dispatch, received, at,the 'q..44.. ,; battle.'as..', l.e"here.. one of the: 'time'NNN444' : ':
l sat ? lID Port;, .PastoIand Brldgo Bdilderl _ State Department !llaturdayr4la.aa : r 'fear'i-Tear' ; many a b.ttl.l1&* been Jost.and manr a'. ,;; ,1" '
withthisJuvenile ,
.n. canon : -i." ,; *DH"of wild.,i
' jA bronze tablet baa been placed la.Oroeswen the Interstate Com the"map of'a contlll.llt.b..beeQ'ehaaCe4;
'' opinion by 'r
out him
testament spread as down to Cambridge
When Sophy weat. - both are
S though It had been [ Chapel near'Caerphlllf. to mane Commission Involving ;rates on : aDlc., Fear 1* contagious: and *o I* eOllrace.,'an4 ;
reverently an'original mourning
she In deep "
''Tbe -was the, 'memdry, ot .William, .pdwarijs, coal both lump and slack, trom every Inspired far more easily by example and by appeal sympathy) and tOwas < tbe.,
; MS., of .Milton. two within
u but.the-'heavlnee.; .'.ofheart: wl&o11ulIIg' the.forty Tears, he Ota mine in'', the Oklahoma-Arkansas\ coal to faith rather than. to reason. WIleD Bismarck In the time of the 1r5scoprusslan' ; "" .
'I if 'women, stood< 'looking over his shoulder her was) causedby the,sense of' her elated aa pastor of the Groec'wen Independent field to,78 points In Texas and Louisiana ' war,,,'olit. "Germany fear )-potbing' but 004:; his. .aPPMt .
t.. making pretense to read It; but unworthlness.- not by her In the In abouttwothirds
; Own a reduction rates
. Church: built number of w** to faith rather than to reason. Hour of arKUmtDC-,, ul4 aot.jhiAred ,"
heir were too full of tears."This ., The notion thfthedeath the mad''
eyes recent lota. < of cases was ,
dr..4'ht''IOI ***, W ,
bridges In Wales. Including that-atPontypridd the .German beart And when'Garibaldi ? ;
1* th. last will and testament Mee of the worst of husbands. Gees Williams L.. Marshall baa formally fir' .
de1k. :
V ,,which at the time of Its low, me aad you. hall have hunger and 'sickness'Ld'Us.'sad: ; :
ot me'Wllhelmina Adalrspln- la a matter 'regret I* a,very generial succeeded Oen. Alexander Mackenzie
anseea-towknt.I;: ;
had th..I.rc..t stone arch r.IJ
erection the
+' ran Indus legal form.,andbequeatbeors"all. one; and Is recorded on many en4. ,a. chief of engineer of the bound -The appeal) w.'to ba&* ,,,
my'worldly In the world., To his trade llIal1JerY11U1am beyond reason.,,...And so Christ's-appeat.when He said Ton: shall*
: during substances: .U4h' as 'tomb, arrnyr"The
Edwards united the occupation. _and hunted and killed but. not'' a hair, of your head, shall-pedal. 5 In. TOut
'of whatever kind. to WllUam Aid red. : : tbe truth is 'thaf-there .
} ,, . ,. stones. Bat of tsrmer'and minister of rtllglin Interstate commerce commission hearts wealfd.p .
< thousand
:. ",. < "t possess ,y*, ..your1 patience and ten of. ;
.1..od., .._.. ., la relation la life which c.1( hold ' ;
>>, -
: ,;; po !-London. TitJ3ltaThoflrstJapauese! bas made publlo the.D'" regulations to death. '"-{# ..>-3ie'-
f :
"And where': on 'earth did'-Willie Its ground against persistent wrens effective In three months which 'The mightiest of all' human imiiiilse It tar beT4"t.*''***.* .tM .
t get' all this legal .knowledge." Inquired dolng.. That of >h* dead >,we should! newspaper'was'' it ha adopted fur the -safe transportation :,- well tor" .',. (snowthat '
syllogism; I surely
.If' w* would lead m.D'up..ar4''It :
'i ..1.\ ,the legatee- say nothing but good Is an excellent published: ln:}262, only forty-three ot< explosives. Including. the It the 'clear**'.,**;-.' laarvelous -
reason U faCaI1IIC1C'11"
not the most potent ,
'. book maxim but. unfortunately, It. take ago andlt contains some news packing marking -loading and band!
'', 1 itf.,.. 'Jeal1n81t.bad a sixpenny ; year ; '' the Lwhol: OR're0a, to
f : a I logic 'ahould isnood In reducing
while in' transit. Adherence to * we
much for gMntedDam@ly; that translated from-some' of the butch Uq .
.Sophy : ,
ol/.eDerlltl.lIUt).. explained ; ; gose tKl'Uhhd' rp
diminish lbat leyelt I. ,w. nd'that we
Unexpected to greatly quite likely that shsll' ,
$ '' 'has' them .
to about them 1600 ,
; "among the contents:ot whlch'l'wa! there is some good say papers., To-day Japan caused *
of accident by the't'
the number : .; -
lv 'the,form of'a will; ':.Sh.'and I .were Of John'AdaIr'' It might Indeed; dally' newspapers and.periodicals careless or Improper packing loading.. ,

A'z ,th*r witnesses. ,: but .l.ouwI11 pleas have stated'thathe;: had air excellent or handling oCe ploslr...
Is Wll- .head "for.:figures;:?'but even The first Docket"handkerchief/
to observe that the signature. '' Senor .Veloi-dolUfcoa: the retlrtn4Tenexuela kind
'. It Included the ullllied, ln manner..they' .,to-, pr All NeaOy
-t :i-lU ows:Vi- (II : that\ ,110KJum.'alnce- ,.thf ?" { charge h/as. left. :.Washing

. .LL. **Ij did'!'all that!jb/! my.eltf! sre:; : art'ot'tals/tyngacc, , ottnt/-was ot-.a' day/were manufactured' 'at,,"Paisley. for-NevI York whence: b*will,, sailneltu .. iSone at Hdfi
:saackM the,.teststor'wlthrOOmg1VLrv / doubttnl'valu..For my own.:yartpI 11410(w,.> '"' ""-" -: .. "' :' '

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-=-= -- .--==-"'- .\ Kissimmee ,.
Drug Company

Office In Valley Gazette Building.KJ881MMEE. Q M : "
.O6CKOLA OOUNTY.'FLA. sl JAnmJr.: ., JACKStfN: l'ttOP'2i. $ SPRING

Sw .. I {: Prescriptions Carefully! ; Compounded... A }'till. |v: .

U. HARRIS, Editor .. Mini. of Articles and Perfumes.SCHRAFFl .

Ow._"._SUBSCRIPTION month.yMr., ,". ,, ".RATESI. ". ... el 1 Ail 00OMeopr.Mi ,tI tI I I t i. S DELICIOUS CHOCOLATES, I. i GOODS"Oiii .

0...oovjr,thrs _,LIuo, .. .,, 84 -
--,,-- $ We Serve Ice Cream and Cold Drinks .. $ ,
All ........munIeaUon.. .... ** rrnm 'cur author.k 1 'I _
...... e or.r .-.d-. '".mu.t ho aimed. b,CM wrtlr. $ A Complete Line of Cigars and :Tobaccos '$ I j '{ .
j {ejected _u..nwill mil J returned unit** '
'$ _- ll_.d. for.._ -- _ EVERYTHING: IN STATIONERY. I ... ...,
Ent wlt the PmrtofflM In KIwibrikiMM,FIC.. .
$ Orders Delivered Promptly. almost
1 .rcond-cbuw mall matter.Friday- .-.-.. line complete
." -- -x- c- "' .".""' '''''''' '''''''. ''''' '''''''' '

< July' 17, 1908.. with GrinpfHanls) Calicoes, .

YV t .. .... ,
: f

<, Frank Clark ,Appeals lo' Democrats.1 I -_. iI i-;. -, Bargains at Cash Store. I ,,-) Lawriy.Vliite, < : Goods. ,.Etc.Tlio. ,

Gainesville, July ]0:=Hori. I'rllnkClarlc :I I'i"' \\w. ,+ .
congressman from this dlntrlct-- I 'eal'tly JJuyel.gets' the
who Is also secretary' of the Democratld -j, J'y uW itHthrraVlbnillnfHhuttle.nutarraHliiKlaThmut :
.. .
',k{ i national cone yessional commitc 6buUla: Hvwlug ilithlne wrlla(Chain to OHIcltl White Lawn 40 in.-wide 15c per va.rd.I .
4., will| leave here goon for Well Lace from 5c to 15c per yard. '
u I Till NEW HOMI ItWIRI C8MPARI I best .selection. .
l ington. where he hall been called tu autumn Orang. M._ Dress' Pants. $1.50 to $5.00 per pair. ..,.. ,
ri charre of the Washington head M..Ic.hlneo..... made lo tell rerrdlctt Pair Strips Pants at-tl,00 ,
t while(; ,
quartMrsofthecommIttee .but th :WewJaeaeI.mud.towea.Our '
'>' /
man James T. Lloyd will 1'11"1! tuamntr..ver mas outStanford i TrunKs and Suit Cases at lowest prices.
energies to the western campa"rn. wIth 11.14 br ..lbersed desist. ee17.PG. I Picture Frames from 25c to $Z.5O each.. .,
. Your l>>r Utmost ValuetiLLKATZ
headquarter at Chicago. *iz ST I Crockery at the lowest prIces. '
, For the of securing from the *
purpose .
t Fancy Straw Hats at cost
Democrat of Florida a helping; hand Carson Graves IIdw. I
ID this Important work, -Mr. Clark has Best Shirta made for $1.00 each.: r. '
.p .Issued the following: , Co .Klssimm., Fla.s Tinware at any old price. "
To the democrats of Florida! Ai J I The only J place you can get the Beaver'Brand\ Hat. 11'-
you have probably noticed my oolt l- .
league on the Democratic national r.1y

congressional of organltlntr the committee new committee, at the!, time last, i Headquarters for the 'Best t Shoes in T WD.

i winter to Washington unanimously
i selected roe MS secretary of laid com. s
mlttee, I did not seek this position -

''t ,. but Tote ai, (ejected my' colleague me-- ( did, by Dot unanimous see howi, 1 THE GRWTONE$ GBBHUE m }fHflcmHE$ SHOPS -
,.; could well refuse w. nderl.ko the jwrlormance -
l of the duties which the potillon >
Imposed It means on m,_part .
. .boutt.hree months hard work and In I ANTHONY A. LOLL, Proprietor.. N A IL I
I addition to" giving my services to the
party, without compensation. I will -A.OEMT PORFairbanksMorse 5'n8
be foroed to pay my own personal expensei. < f :
+ 1 While this Is quite a considerable Gas .
l 4 sacrifice on my part, yet 1 '
feeling1. that our state had been ho.nor- '
ed by my selection' loould<< not !ta>llne and Irrigating: Outfits.
the proffered place.
Hon. James T. Lloyd chairman of ... '
,y the oommtoee, writes me, dlmctlng! .'. to 60 Penny 8 Lbs for 25 Cents
.1 I that 1 ooiiie U W .blDJ>ton the latter AU >MOBIIES RENTED OR REPAIRED ,

part of this month/ und assume charge ___ ______

,, r r ;Ih,4 of he she deross headquarter himself to In the that. Western city, while campaign Paint and Pap r.Improre :: ARTESIAN. WELLS DRIVEN n ANY DK1TH. 3 to 6 Penny, 7 Lbs for 25 Cents, j

with .headquarters at Chicago.'Acting
.. ,
.od hl9ul1t. .
under Mr. Lloyd's instruct- ---- - ----
M Ions. I'e peet to reAch Washington I will bepl; .Med to being' my-]907 .
about the 20th of this month,' and take ( m pie'books to your house and 1
;y? charge of the headquarters at that mak".01sUlfl'eatloll.In the latestJaooratloos' We Solicit all Kinds Repair Work ;
that you may desire:
pl ce Cut on Other Goods. Price Before Buying We. ,,
,, 1 bare made this Issue so that you Drop me a card %od I will chper- ,
might more fully understand what 1ot "- fully furnish eo<,!ImRIea on piper Desire to Reduce Stock: far Cash. :
r < |low: and palntlotr. : : : : :. : te
The committee has Just- Issued ai .
considerable ,.expense- campaign SUMIIU IMAOI-I. 1 tae.e.ti T MA 3I.e.
' i band-book.'ooatalnlog.-dale page of

1 .well DstncoraiK..reral selected live position Issues matter of f ltoe n,confirms showing>.vrsweob on cam the the. EORGE_ A.ORLANDO. APJE{ MACK BROS. W. B. Makinson Go...

,0) pat fro. Thl book-committee will: .
: .
sell known for 2B our'cents committee per copy.will 'A not. Is accept well -' -- FLORIDA.. f: Livery: ',Feed and Sale Stable. | '

contributions from the trusts,, even if ,
the/ tendered but we must
rely for the funds to conduct this)casnpalfn .. )WObb--PRAYiNQi. VJ/S'PRING
upon the patriotic, publlo) '
spirited, Individual Democrats.of thecountry. l Ererythlng' I is New and FlhtClat'e' will ,
I.would suggest to the Democracy of f Render Prompt, and Satisfactory: Service - ,
Florida, that we surely ought to pur- Day or Night All Kinds f' " '" :
I .chaw quite a 'large number of ", :
copies ...
of this handbook and t.h".ID a small IIJ. -, Heavy. J1811 lng. .". ..,G .; t: 4QOOD&! .' .
way at least aid In the/general: oau...' I ,Y t .J.. M' \. 4 4NOW
In a year which promises so much of AT SEAMAN'S OLD STANDPHONE,113. ij
[jr. 'f success for the Democratic party aysgasa '" "'""" ..... "...... "'" "'" "" .... "...... II I ,.. '''' .-
?> If Democratic .Iub..cor iOdl.dualDemocra"'l ,
'. .. I
de.lloeeoplea of this book.
> they can forward the price to me ai -

Washington.If Democrats .'I lithe. different Barber OPEN*
couaa'" i would take up a collection, City Shopi .
and make a contribution to the com -
mlltee, it would he much appreciatedby H. REDD '
the national Democracy. ., ITT i I' OcLF
i. I desIre to ask that all of the slate : NEW- '' AND UPTODATEHot H. :,C. STANFORD
l paper* will kindly' copy',this article. JEWELER' IAN.D );
r You caif address me in care of the :; : '. - """. *
r house of representative, Washingon WATCH REPAIRER. I y' > / r c
atau YYY g -- !r'-,.
yon n., C. Yours respectfully ,
'FRANK CLARK.13ecretarvDemocratIo.natlonsl Call and see my Line of Watches. ,
.. con- and: Cold Baths : KSSSIMr.EE., PHQ .-NO. 3
ereselonal'committee.OklnesTllIe i ,
,-/r,' 'I..'.,July 0th. 1DO8. Any arllolo of|.Ji'we1i-.v Promptly: ( Or.lerel : it

;& Mrv U.. D. Fuller, who came 'up fromLakeside . nand, : P"I",ett.13ICY1.LF. ;. : Fine .Havana. .Cigars' iK I .I-CC. W. Griffin i .

.;,, : of the Grove the new some Loughman day ago roadrecently byway SUNDUIKs: :i: .

constructed by this county 1 .
.;. through Reedy Creek swamp' inform .. Fancy Faintly Groceries
.Nt the Valley ct et.Jetb..t. be found the > -1-
. Yolk county road bullderalready atworl.eonatruct.lnlr Sprigg FlemingCLEANING ROOM CONI"eQTlo .
POoL :
INMachinery.' '
a clay road between , I. Fresh Meats. "
Halnea.Cit' and Lou hU'l..n. -When .. 4 ::

;.,tt the man*>d road visibility was being building discussed the Loullh.this ,- \ : l. -Delivery Every::, Day at any ;Hour Patronage Solicited.BPPstOTIVST : .." 1

paper predicted that Polk oountl. PRESSING Co. .. .At........... rktliiea.'ItealYln8ilh.area>eo/b.. .-.--.....tsetrt) + +
{would All :,1n the gap between our ."' Malsby : _- tar ,jiB
*,. county line and It*public road yteroj DYEING T : 'c
4 i but we hardly expected 'then that our: .
1. sister. county ',would be so prompt in 2'2 OCEAN ST., . :.,. ., .. JACKSONVILLE; FLA. 'BULLETIN .: t
r&4 airing out our prediction. Thin d
'H,, ."", connection forge ODe of the most Im word at 'my home and clothe Portable. and Stationary Knglnes JUNK taT
x po.'all&well as one of the most will be called lor and returned.. Saw Mills Woodworking Machinbry'Shingle'Mills .I
':.., difficult link In the chain of good Lath Mills;'and 500 Mile State Family Ticket $11.25
;. '*roads between Jacksonvile and Tampa. .- general line..of supulles. Complete ,
/ .;''f- Occeola baa done' her full hare In SatisfactiorTGuaranteed Uoe carried In stock for Immediate Good over the Atlantic Coast Line In each State for the head or depend- :.'
f. ,- making such a chain of roads po,- -.- - --.---- , tbipnienf. ,Sold on easy term*. erft members of a familY. Limited to ODe year from date of sale. '
Bible by building a good road from ----- 1'. ;
a her northern to Her southern boundary it win pay you to consult u* before l.OOOMile Interchangeable Individual Ticket,$2C ... a
;ry, within the past two' vear.' Now let ter. buying. Postal will bring our"sales- Good oyer the Atlantic Coast Line and 30 other dies in the Southeast. .! ,
(r the other interested counties follow tiwee trN.
K ,
man. Write for Illustrated catalogue aggregating 30,000 mile.. Limited to > -;
uiw $...w( t b.... .- and prleel.w. one year from, daM.of ale. ; ; ;

Now'1* a good time for our businessmen I 1ioo. oejut iand tb.molt .UN G.nml........,.... Asunit tot CcMmtod. Fwqnbur, BnclnM., Bollbn and Saw Mill.. 2,000 ,Mile Firm Ticket. $40 'J

to get together.and organizes A Good over lobe Atlantic Co..t. Line and 30 other lines In the Southeast '.Ii
good live board of trade with all, ILl .FERllrS, aggregating; 30.000 mile.; for a manager or head of firm and empl l", "'. .
+,' ,members pulling together,'could work limited t.o tin, but good for only one 01 luck persons at a time. ''LllDl' + :!''t
wonder In Inducing manufacturing 'SEEDS ri ten to oDe year from date 0'sa].. ,

d 001 it.duoiDJr our industries waste settlers land to locate. come here and and develop also' In /w W lull.4l. rwF.wrye.laud eeI f e rasaqtaWY. 1Newarwsd.s.anurr.x J. w. jfiijpSDY 1 0 ) ; Moulding.All I f1 1I I '. NOT..AD,rid j......prior lit Ja..rcll.thereafter to. III.a..good....on nek.t.a"'-.,ulna ot Auantto.In the,Coat S..t.a. of Lln.Florida'-ue .;"1.P'\. ':j-;,

L.uKrwwd.lW tKter of '
.'.'1',; A t.outeetedWomaris = , tylltapa .R111.Toa. i! I i 15 Centsh t, -.1,
FONERAt, E CTOR ( macfe ,,1 .
always: found -Io:the same house DIR j : to Order s1 paa* Ke.fare by.purchasing local ticket from our aifent. ; =-'
iwltt)) Ballar4a SnOw Liniment Ito .i'', ,
o keep every member of the family free 4 LICENSED EMBALMER .1 f'--. , : I ji
from ache 'and pains, It heal out, -- -_._--
Prompt attention ft ;i
.a .Given : A :
burn and scald'and cure rheumatism k ROGERS, LIVERWORT .
'i orders by'mail! or'.telegraph .
r It aeurallia.lumb.< soreness and stlffne.*.: 25c COo tho' Also NIce.line of Ladies' and I 1' "
Fir -t.noo 1.J..t. P- .t """ .h.- 'nld.. ticket lnfor I
,glad U.oo. bottle.: Sold by.Iloberson'f, A.ihm..iicl HrnnohitlM,,'"' "" l4in. nmpl".UMtullnr ,. re.ern'i19ns, r tl n.,cr..u on nearest Atlantic, Coast.Lite ,
,Pharmacy._ .. tocotuumpiiou.' Ureraurt, Ter sad Gents.. Burial Robes .. Agent, or _
:- *, _Wild ClivrrT. .hay. foruiinuiaed,. ... en. 4 '. ' Residence West Side of .. CAnn;-T.. Pj; :A. f
r rUse olel.p..papen, in lioua' .bll.h." rrputeiu< i JM ].nr.1 gnu,.h 'e ( k J1. ' J. G. KIRKLANH". ; D. 'D&i. ; ,
your "
: ' ft eontal' N I 110 ui.iiu r h.rm ul TAMPA.WRIDA. : .
TTnrtmf'fr. W* sell them at this office drug..... b4I ivHu with' ...fua., ,' to ti:hll lr... m. PHONEze, : : Court"House Square, ;, Ja. T., u,>." 'WHITS' O.:P., A- ' -, CRA'IO.'T.M.

'! .at",\,1" :pep" hundred." > -\,"'' rr1..114, *. I'oillftalo.. AI.' Phrm.ey. . ... ML*Mm j* JPMLJsnivlOK> asi JsHkJQs Jfc.AL>JBVUKMs. .JsW>JBsvJMmJ lsl _,..-JsB k*_.JHf-JHwiVK Jk Jk...M.,..k sk.a>Jk'..'.. BK...-Jk" .'JBsK LA:J t- WlUHNOTONr. N. C,' W'J- cpV ; :- ,. 4 5

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:Klsslmmee Valley Gazette July 17,- 1908.


" tton and the States were bora In the
i"PR i"iil same day. Hitherto there. had been Favorite: Fertilizers'
Colonies and the mother country(Eng ,
ifiiBiLl land,) to which all the Colonies acknowledged -

obedience. Now the eovertgoltv FOR CITRUS AND ALL OTHER CROPS.
. i .". O. we no longer la Great ,
Britain, but In the people themselveswho .
... ......... claimed to be a separate political -0FEJlrILIZER ---

Whlttler's fourth of July passed off community and the Individual Colonies
had become. State From that MATERIALSINSECTICID
quietly. Our cowboy command bad day the Nation Itself, through' Congress
the usual parade. McCbllaod baring ,. exercised all the function of

found several. mysterious packages at government. There.* a real government Ee

;.. the express office, put matters. up la a though a* yet no written
constitution and the relation. of the.
somewhat lively shftDe. John a.lI4 State to the government, were la enb- -FOR (ISALE BY- .
gave tbs young people a set-to on the stance the same as they are. now.' The

.. night of the Srd, and 8abe surrender. of Cornwallls' which virtually J. M.: LEE -:- duplicated. it on the night of closed the war took place about,
RbY"1 the. middle of October. 1781.more than I
On both occasions the five hundred year after the Declaration AGENT FOR
bowed their respect for the of Independence was passed and

a quiet ......hI.oIDIf throe with I IOOD&ol'Iou signed. The treaty of peace wa signed Sanders Fertilizer Coa pa Y. :Jacksonville. Fla.
of modern play an I September Srd. 1783 but'not ratified ".
equanimity'which disclosed the fact nntll the following January. This eat I'fII-I.
that our young people could demean delay was for want of representatives.By .
themselves la a proper articles.of confederation
J.. ner under the most Irving maa.1 adopted about six'months before the BUDDED TREES -
tanoes. The Belle of Whittle
capture" of the British arms at York-
':' not present much to the dtssanolnt- town. each State paid its own &'1.1..
men of a.number of our.young gallant These State be- '
i.There.' Impoverished by expense*created during Isles vorth Nurseries. I
, seem to be a misunderstanding
the existence of war, sent a* few ,
" .,;; among very many of oar people representative a* possible, at'be
concerning tbs fourth day of July and mailer the number the less the expense. CHASE: CO., PPOPWKTORS.' ,J. W. BOARD, AOEjrr"We _
" its significance connected with the .
The Constitution under whichwe
creation of our sroverment. I hope are at present. 11' was not will have ready for next Fall and Winter planting a general
that aa explanation. of this. questionwill formulated and adopted. until; the 17th assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Trees of all leading verleties. .,
ri f DOt be considered as egotistical, I of September 1787. about twelve year .. Our tree ere. budded on good healthy rough Lemon aDd
but I have been asked question concerning after the Declaraslon of Independence. Sour Orange root, guaranteed free from Insect pasta of any kind.
this matter. br person Indifferent This constitution creates a government All budded from bearing" tree In our grove and therefore true to
parts of the county. and. although which i U not. a simple or. consolidated D......- Our facilities for growing' nursery stock are. f second to
vary many of you readers maybe republlo'on' the one hand none and oar tree are. as fine as mosey and twenty year's exper.
better qualified to render this explanation nor on the other. le It a league of tease can produce. We are nuking a specialty this season of the
than" your present correspondent States.. At first eight there would famous California Valencia Late. still even though this may be the eeem to be no middle ground' between greatest money-maker la Florida.' Our Valencia buds come direct . .
case. It may be interesting to from these two. -. fl'OlDbe best bearing trees In the district now famous. for pro-' ,
'. of the reader to find out bow our I give It 'up. Mr. Editor. ,O.'t.. C. dncinjr the best Valencies California.

Democratic way and means rooster to was live provided under, and the has been Ideas trying, but*o give first one some comes constitutional In- .Write' for Price to J. W. House Goths. Fla. or call'arid see our :Nurseries .

:': with a free and Independent ,.people.O. less a minute on business, and hardlynave at.WACO on Florida Midland R. R.
: I.C. U not going back to Columbus we dismissed the first one before -
""I and' Cabotfor our governmentwas a postmaster la trouble appear, and
not established lifetime have enough to examine
now we papers
of either of these but buy mall time and
to us i
will skip about two hundred and Mr. Williams being away, we have to
. eighty year of the history of America help hills Benlah with the mall. .Sunny South Stables.
and establish our record" ,from the Good bye.' 0. L O.. ..
Continental which
first Congress, assembled
. some"-eta
O. I. 0. doe not remember. the exact The WMIIIer. L H. 'INQRAM. Proprietor. 1

. day. This Congress. was representedby The casual Impression produced by
twelve (States), or Colonies a* month Jane
the weather of.the of ,
they were then called Georgia. being closed.' ls that u 'wa wet. I IJ
..7 tbs tenth,thus but assembled,.unrepresented.exercised. Thiscongress a Jane Yet It of wee least, with.rainfall two exception la nineteenveers. the LIVERY SALE and BOARDING)

soverlgn authority by virtue of original .
The deficiency fo*- the month, sa
derived from tbe'people J ....; tea
'" powers we 2.08 Inches, to be added to, apreviously
,, They forwarded addresses to the King existing deficiency ef more .
of Great. Britain asking for a redress '
then five Inches. There ere reasons Well equippedwith New Stock and Vehicles and
of grievance. (Great Britain havingat
least the rainfall
believing that at
: that time control' of this country portion of the weather run la evele : ; prepared to .meet all demands_ with Perfect Sat. *! '
and ..a..lobe ..\bMI', reeled in The first ten year for which observation faction., -
them In a t tvranloal maD..11" This were taken by the governmentat
: Congress" adjourned after a overa Tampa furnished a total. of 00.40
:,' month's session. My memory does Inches of June rainfall. .
or aa average
'. not serve me a* to exact date,' but of ,..N 'Iaobee for the month" *..The . . HEAVY;HAULING A SPECIALTY, ,.,.1 '

",' .this .1Il..aIee. the explanation. .- desire succeeding. nine year only gave 42.08
. to render. Inches, or an average of DoN Inches
+ ij V.. The King of England received' this.t.p forth month.. v : ..
; application. with.scorn and contempt. Each year of the three. previous to
, The wee to Impose additional
burdens IMS showed a defleieney in Ite total
r. upon th* people. On rainfall. and adding to It the deficiencyso
r' May 10th ,1776 a second Continental far this year of 7.65 Innbee' we have .

which Congress continued assembled in session In Philadelphia until the, aa accumulated deficiency of consider Go w. 6A,1111541111' ,join a. U. .10, CAesos. ,
_, and abli'more than SO Incbee. The an ..Jr "..t. ......... .w.b cash".State .;
Constitution ,
we prepared
present anal shorter seems to be. crowing
7 adopted. In the. meantime the,two and unless the cycle begin to give. a* Bank
0 memorable battles. of Lexington and the damp' turn pretty soon we will have of Kissimmee;
{Concord bad been fought-and after'Considerable ;' to irrigate to get any sort of a standard ''Pia. '
dUcnssloo a committee crop. There 1* aa Interesting field Klsslmmee.-
t to draft a declaration of Independence for an expert to rnmage. around la the

r,> wa*, Jefferson*, m W. John eonsleteH record of South. Florid weather for 'PA" liP CArtlat..........:.......:.;....1 ':0 so soc ssarocictsa.ase

i' the past twenty yeare and deduce .. ..............
. Krenklln, Roger wisdom therefrom, to be In turn Imparted s U.*ntLtiY I" cos ell
h, 1D.f1&oD. 'On the. to the public. But the evident I .>aerosrrotltl ACIrItITY....,...;....... tee coo 00
second this committee re- troth. I* that the successful grower" of
poned.'aa4. on the fourth day of July, grove' and gardens la this section prompt rid Careful dttertlos gives-'to air matters ".'

ro. 1770, this report was adopted, and declared must put In an irrigating plant or get erased to ...! Ezehosges. goodatall points. at 0.....,..'
41 the Colonies free and Independ- out of the class of the successful. ra.... n ': -
r.l .... This was th. beginning of the Tampa Dally Times YOUR BUSINESS'SOLICITED.P :' ..
!aif: Nation. Whether It could mentals .
v,. Its independence thus boldly declared Notice
.; was to be decided by force of arm .
r Should the people fall la the. bloody The members of the new Democratic !
p t. 1&r11a'1r1.bel would never be known Executive Committee are. requested
.. a* a nation upon the page of history. meet at the Court House.on Monday . -

1/:: Their national existence would ,dates August Srd for the purpose'of organising A. VANS AGNEW,, J M.., W1LXSON,:JR.,
from the fourth, of July '1770. The and to>> transact any other business .
V7 declaration of Independence wa not. that may com before. them.' '

'.:.," Who! action of State, for no State ex- T.. M. MCTKPMT ATTOKNBT AT' 'LAW.;.;.... I (.NOTARY PUBLIC... 1-.;.
,71l-y Sled. It was the people of the Jnh S-U Chairman. I .1 ( STATE AT' LAROX.
thirteen united Colonies who bad TWO; NOAARY ,PVBUC.,, I '
,1; 4 through their representatives. ,declared; l lees old newspaper .In your hone Real Estate Agent..

:," themselves absolved front their alf cleeniDg. -We .sell'them at thin office I 'KISSIMMEE, FLAP KIS3IMMEE.: FLORIDA i1SupplementTut !

leglanos to Great Brittle.. Abe .Net at 20o,par.hundred. .
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Kisslmmee Valley Gazette, July 17. 1908.

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4e+sCCeleis) s+sr tlon and the State were born In the .1
same day. Hitherto there had bean Favorite FertilizersFOR
FROM WfflTTIERsv Colonies and the mother country(England I.
. .) to which all the Colonies acknowledged '
obedience. Now the aov CITRUS AND ALL OTHER-CROPS.
O. I. O. : = was no longer-. .Great ;

.:.W......+ s*+1/dioio/ : BriLalDj.A to In be the a people eeperete themselves political o

Whlttler'a fourth of July pasted off community and. the individual Colonies
had become State From that
command' had FERTILIZER
quietly. Our cowboy
day the Nation Itself through Congress ,
the usual parade: MoClslland having exercised all the functions of

found several mysterious. package at government. There'was a-... written. IN INSECTICIDES
: ernment though aa :rDO
,, the express office put matter up in a.omewhatlively _
constitution aDd the relations of the
ahapa. John Baladen -FOR (SALE BY- .
State. to the government were la substance .,
gave the young people a act-to on the the same aa they are BOW. The

night of the 3rd, and Sabe Rhymes surrender of Cornwallla which virtually J. ,M. LEE :-KISSIMMEEAOENT

duplicated .It on the night of the 4th. closed the war,took'plaoe' about ,
the middle of than
On both occasions' the "young beaux five hundred after the Declaration FOR
I 3 showed &..be11'.P8O\ the. ladles by of Independence years was passed and
''a quiet assemblage, the algned. The treaty of waa elgo 'Jacksonville. Fla.
pays with peace Sanders Fertilizer Company ,
I Ink contortions. ,of modern aaequaalmU ed 8ept.emberlrd. 1783* but-not ratified
,' which disclosed the fact I until the following January. This DA 17 OJT
that our ycnng people could demeantbemaelvee
in a proper manner :
By the articles of
,under the most Whittler about six month before the BUDDED TREES :a
stances. The Belle of was Yorktown
capture of the British army at *
not present, much to the dUaapolnt-
each State paid its own delegate
w meat of a number of our young gal. to Congress. These. States be-

t lants.There 1 impoverished by expense created during Islesworth Nurseries. (
be nisnnderslandi
to -
seems a few
the existence of.war, sent aa
among very many of our people
i the
representatives a* possible, aa
t r concerning the Connected, July and mailer the number the less the ..a.peuea. CHASE A CO.. Prorsusrrosza.'J.. .BOARD, AGENT
Its significance with the TIM Constitution under whichwe
creation of our goverment. I hope at living was not We will hare ready for next Fall and Winter planting a genera)
are present
that. aa explanation of this questionwill formulated and adopted until the 17th. assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Trees of all leading verte-
not be considered as egotistical, of September 1787, about twelve years ties. Our..... are budded on good healthy rough Lemon and
bat I have been asked questions concerning after the Declaration of Independence.This 8oU.0.-.D"'I"OOLe. guaranteed free from inseete paste of.DlldDd.
this matter by persons' indifferent constitution create a government All budded from bearing trees In our groves and therefore true to
parts of the county and although which la not a simple or consolidated name. Our facilities for growing nursery stock are second to
very many of yon ..aderlm.y republic on the ono hand none and oar trees are as fine as mosey and twenty :year's experience
be better qualified to render' this explanation nor on the other la it a league ofSta&el. eau produce.<< two are making a specialty this season of the
than :your present correspondent At first eight there would famous California Valencia Late. Which ie destined become the
still even though this may be the seem to be no middle ground between greatest. money-maker In Florida. Our Valencia bad come direct
ease, it may be interesting to.some these two. from the bert bearing trees In the district now famous for producing
p (; of the reader to find out how our I give it up.Mr. Editor. O. L C. the beat Valencies in California.

Democratic and means rooster to was live provided under and theways has been trying to give some ooosti Write for Price to J. W. HoA W. Gotha, Pia.. or call and sea our Kur
but first comes
tutlooal one
with-a free and ludepeadea'people. just a minute on business, and hardly; .styles .Waco on Florida Midland R. R.
O. I. C. U not going back to. Columbus nave we dismissed the first one before -
?r- and Cabot, for our government a postmaster in trouble appear, and
1R'4 was not established during the lifetime
examineto .
now we have paper enough to
of either of these gentlemen, but until mail time and ,
us busy i
will skip about two hundred and keep have to.
Mr. Williams being away, we
eighty year of the history of America help Miss Benlab ..I'hbe ..11. I Sunny South
aad establish our record .from' the Good bye. 0. I. C. .ableS..t
first Continental assembled
f September .
some"-tl. 1773.
i O. L C.- does not remember the exact tile W__. ,L. H. INQRAM. Proprietor.LIVERY

day. This Congress. was represented The_..impression produced bythe'weather
by twelve (States), or Colonies a*
: of the month of Jaaa,
they were then called, Georgia being recently closed that U was wet. I i
aao/tnVAY ,
r . the congress tenth,thus but assembled.unrepresented.exercised This a Jane Yet U of was least, with rainfall two exceptions in nineteen, the \ SALE BOARDING

aoyerlgn authority- by virtue of original ,
derived from the people. years. The deficiency for-the moth ..' ...... ,103
powers was t-09 tDObee, _10 be added to apreviously 1' -
They forwarded addresses to the King existing deficiency of mere l \

-' Of Great. Britain asking for a redresa than five inehea. Then are 'reasonsfor Well equipped with NewStock and Vehicles an d
k of grievances. (Great Britain havingat
that at least the rainfall
believing '
at \ time control of this country: portion of the weather runs in cycles. ; prepared to meet all demands' with Perfect Satis

and exercising the authority vested In The first ten years: for which observations I : faction.: -
them ia manner.) This the
adjourned were taken by governmentat
Congress after little over Tampa furnished a total of M.40>>
'a ....Ioa. My doe
a memory
Inches of June rainfall or aa averageof
' not nerve me as to exact .&ea, but ..M Inches for the month. Thesucceeding . 4. HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY. l!
this will suffice the explanation 0'we desire nine jean only gave 82. 8

i. i-iJI.' to render.The Inches, or an average of B.8S Inches ,
King of England received this '
"f"'j. for the month. _
,U?,/'application with. acorn and contempt. Each year of the three previous to i "
.L. The only reply was to Impose ad. 1906 showed a deficiency<< fa Its total.
. ,V dltlonal burdens upon the people. On rainfall and adding to It the deficiencyso ,
',oi' May 10tht.1775, a second Continental far this year of 7.65 inches. have

5.-' *. which Ooaneubled'continued in session la Philadelphia until the, aa accumulated deficiency of consider I' c. A._CA.... JOIII M.'LH. R. it CA....
Y .bll''more than 20 laches. The annual P.e.lbai. Vt.e-1.+NMat. .c..II-....,
'0 (; t present Constitution was prepared and ahortags) seems to be. growing,

,, adopted. -In the meantime the.twomemorable and unless the cycle begins to give as State Bank of Kissiittmee
t battles of Lexington and the damp turn pretty soon we w ... : ,
{Concord had been .and after is
to irrigate to get any sort of a standard '
"v'Considerable discussion, a committee Kissimmee Fla.
i crop. There ls interesting[Held ,
.: to draft a declaration of Independencewaa
for an expert to rnmage around la the

.,? ,:"" appointed.of *BtofM. This Jefferson.committee& John consisted the records of South Florida.yeara' and weather deduce for .., PAP, DP CAMTAtaTOCKnoLoaajs ........................ some"

," r r_. :Adams, Beaj Bp 1 Kraaklln, Roger wisdom past therefrom twenty to be In torn Imparted LIABILITY.,............ 10 NO 00buro.lTORS

'-- Sherman aMMlrXiivlngston... Oat the to the public. But the evident ..c=nITY................. too 000 00
oTJuly this committee
'second day re. truth is that the successful grower of
:'. ., -ported, and on : and 'in this section and Careful.
,.. was adopted oanduda-- groves gardens Prompt Attention giver lo aft Matter asjtrmated -
1774, Lh18..po must put to aa irrigating plant or get to. ... exchange good at alt points at cheapest
Colonies and ..
the free independei -
; df/ed.
out of the class of the successful rate., 0'
.' Thls was the beginning of the Times.
,Nation. Whether It could mantaln Tampa Dally YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED.

Its Indepennenoa thus boldly declared i
1, 'was to be decided by fore' of arms. Notice.The n.s
..,,Should the-people fall in the bloody members of the new Democratic. .
<, 'Struggle,' they would never be known Executive Committee... requested' to
'' I.* e nation upon the page of history meet.. the Court House i on Monday, I ,

v.Their national existence would date August. 3rd..for the pUI'POH'ot.o .. A. VANS AGNEW I
"* from' ties fourth, -July"1778 The ising and to transact any other basinets p. J.M. W1L.LSON, JR..

.00', ,- .. of Independence was not that may come belo.beta..'

.'Eara&.1oa Stales for no States ex- T. M. MURPHY, -1 ATTOHNBY AT LAW....... I < NoTARY PUBLIC... I) 0l

,..., :7 'thirteen unitedColonies waa the people' who of had the July .., Chairman. I NOAART PlJBUC, 1TJfD' I|1- -l\ STATE AT LABOB. \S-
i' 'through their repee eutatlresdeclared; { Use old newspapers In your house Real Estate Agent.

'4%' "' .themselves absolved from \belr- al. 'cleaning. We sell them at this. office I KISSIMMEE FLA
' Great Britain. The Haa tOo hundred. KIS31MMEE. FLORIDA
t!:: ;leglaooe. to at per
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: .welve' Dinner Sets To Be Given AWat'


.- THAT'S. EXACTLY WHAT' WE MEAN .:. ; ',.: "7:' :' :':: -

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& ",,'; .: We have too ,,much Crockery, .and so Will give' the. amount $25.OD' one. 42-piecc. highly .; ." :" .. '

.-/ : publican. opportunity to profit by this remarkable offer ted Dinner Set, and to the amount $50.00 give free one /; :.

;4 .' ,: From this date until August first, we will,. to every fOO-piece ,highly decorated Dinner Set:1;This nntll. sx' -,' "' .''k

... .' loJ cash:: 'Customer other than Pianos... and Organs). to the' -sets. 'of;.each kind have been disposed' of./:': .'.."':,.;Js"A :. 'e'p!

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I\ Tn6.KI f>lmrnee ValleD Gazette :Mak'lnson sells;nail i 8 Ib*.,. for 2 25c.1; 1 I Cut Co.prices on woolen" goods" at'Stanford \ Letter From Rev.. 11. M. Goodell. Meeting of High -School-- lommittee.- I '

Mr... M: P. Sear left Wednesday{ ,
... A
- --- - foe Dixie,. Ga., to spend the remainder Chairman W. C. (lass, of the !tlr.. J..A. Dandy has received<< the 'The General High School:: Com Reputation

TKLUPMONSI. NO. 11.' of the summer with' her daughter, Mr*. school .board, and Supt. W., J. Sears following .letter from IIv.. 11. .M, mlttee Is hereby called to meet'ml the" '
IPUBLISHEDUEVERY! Uoodell a former "'; ; of the Klsslmmee Council Chamber .
John Newsonde.11r : ordered the furniture this week for Presbyterian t>n Friday evening,
school For. church and requests July, 17th, M 7:30: o'clock to receive
;; the new high. building ,
FRIDAY and Mr..Le Dandy and; children ) that it be How It .
: the auditorium they purchased live published ID the and< ,' who have been spending some .._
school : .
; building ,1L.1..r.
--BYw..I. -'' hundred up-to-date opera chairs, and ; a'A
: week here with relative!, returned to PASADENI: June 14 1WH. t - '
a sufficient dumber ot. seats acd.desks ', T. MM.. MUBI'HV.Chairman.. good easily
.. MAmOFFICIAL . Reputation tt not 1'
their: home at Danla!>> on Wedneseay Dear Mr.. Dandy: .
to properly equip ..11.b. class room Your kind Intel1. I' _ earned and It was only by
and the plant -.1 bird -
Refrigerators, Ice cream freezers: Ii purchasing the. seat. and desks "
WEATHER REPORT Hammock, Canopies, and all euin- they ,decided. to adopt' the Individual came duly to hand.It was ,.a' long Lets-id ry. S among our citizen that.

A.wn.. taepar.tuI tat week endin. ThunMax. mer good at barfta'in price..'' for system and hereafter each pupil will 'tvurnev for the plants and' they were! r.Tbe' agency forthe/ + White Star, Doan's Kidney{ Pill won 't.h.lrwa, to'
dry, I In mud Tora
:.da.r II 11080 cash. S. C..CJ. How. Co. he provided'with separate seat and pretty day and then we set puttheth them out Twoof faun: dry U now at the Home Store, the proud> ,distinction attained 'to this

a Jar The colored nine 'of Orlando and desk the !golden bell* ..growing and we and if you wish to have the, boy call !1 locality. The public endorsement of .

,It'"I Klaslmmee played fA frame of baseball Capt. Trench, of Narcoossee; has are so well pleased. We thank you on you weekly; Just ring: up 1M, and Soores of Kllmmee residents has
here Tuesday afternoon, resulting? Jn gone to Coronado Beach to apeiid a verymuch for your kindness. Whenwe you will be put on-our list and oalledon '

.i,. .. .., a score of 16 to 1 in favor. of the\ local few week with Mr*. W. J, S. Carr. nee the beautiful. (lower we: shall weekly. The work I II all\I done Inan (i rendered Invaluable service ,to .the + a team.. efficient ,'manner and at 'Tampa' community... Head what. this cltlBcn
: think of vou mod our old home-Klsslmmee. -
. .. nit. 1III ..Hitf Mr. L. K.;: Barbesu arrived last price t J says:
., .dots . Kt VIi Uev. T. F Galloway) pastor of the Friday from Silver Creek N. Y.. to I -
c lIeIIIIq. .' .01'1 ? Orlando Baptist. church, pent Monday spend a short. time at his pi ace on the We were so glad to' -hear about so Starved To DeatkT"I John L. [leaves, Kittlnamee Fla., .

"........... ... till i night here visiting has. old friend island many of,the' old. friends and.. acquaint what. could truthfully be aald.I says;. "I urn well satisfied with the result -
'........... TO ances.' '
.:. : and schoolmate, Rev. Uunyao Stephen We understand. the 'continued falling 1 am sure you will rejoice wjtji\ us;I,,I many children who die They have ..obtained. from theuseof Doan's

*, of the water I* exoeilnx sunken and praise the. Lord when you' hear : worms, poor little t.blnlr.-te'don't'! Kidney. Pill. A* a: result of, lay .
- - Wanted.'-Good celery l and truck i I tog* In the lower end of the lake, what a great blessing I ha come to my ,| know it and you don't reallc 1&. If kidney beta/ ? out ot order, there 'was*"
grower to .rent 4) acre of lands which the Dab boat considerabletrouble' your child 1* cross, fretful, pasty. eoroplexloned -
/tlve dear invalid wife. On Friday p.: m., ,, t.he.m.l
. 'd tiled and Irrigated on Par<
  • land. For terra apply to F. Vans 1 4,1 parent reason, give It White' Cream Tlie, kidney orevloTs wore also' lr
    healed In to end trade
    I answer
    THE LOCAL f lD.a Aftnew. 20-ti I Surveyor\ J, W. Oliver yesterday: every whit whole. prayer Mr. and Mrs. j I Vermifuge. You will be surprised at regular In ac'.loo and at tlme there ;'., .,

    Mr> A. A. Simpson and two children surveyed the High School lot, tout- Crowell Los Angeles were anxious: ]I the reiujt* and bow quickly It. pick was a dark sediment contained ta them. cr
    < lining the premise, with stakes, so thatthe I up.. Sold by Roberson's Pharmacy.The'Fav I obtained Doan' Sidney Mil front t "1
    arrived from Danla last Tues Dr. .
    committee could determine to I bring: Jokum to see her and I' \
    day on a visit to her later, Mr. O. \ juatwhere pray for ber. became and annotated children the Klsilmmee Drug Co, and theirelTeetl'ea.
    locate building. I Snooktng for and
    to the ... l
    wa soon proven. ,1 feel 1
    A. Carson. 'Her husband, Prof. A. her with oil and we all laid .band* on ladles l at. Stanford Co., ,
    'Wade, the Tuner. Orlando. A. Simpson will join th/tco here! later. All parties Interested are hereby: her and united It prayers.. that lain, Justified In recommending, i'''
    notified that on and after August 1st might be healed. Oh, how I agonisedin DosB's Kidney for the purpaiss '
    Mr. and Mr .'R. D. Fuller returned '
    'Go to M klnon's for nails. the town ordinance relating\ to bulls prayer that. the blessing uqlght tkJ eua a1k 4t+t "". for which. they are intendea; .
    their home Lakeside Groves '
    t Dwellings. for rent, apply c.. M.TIlI.r. to Mr. Fuller foport. the onTuesday. forced.running at lance P.will C. Homes be. strictly-en come kurn's right strong then faith and might that sgaitMae.Dr,- \o- r M. TILLER 1:1:i_ata.For ale.toy..-all Mllburn. delr Co.. Pride Buffalo 60 .

    large of uDder hischarge.
    acreMre Jrrovea/ Marshal.BaseBMf. l New York IOle'a..alAl for the United r
    honored. And It was. Maria wb6
    Mat and loon-
    at .
    ': Forty roll of matting I at -oost, for Ing fine. had been sick sixteenyears,, and who = Real Estate I State. '
    : cab., S, C, O. HDW. Cp. bad not' walked for nine years and AgeNcy I Remember the name-Dose's-acid 'is
    Mr.Sand Mr. take ottaer.
    Rsdclyffe Cadmanand no '
    who had suffered' -so much' all those I . _.
    ': For Bicycle; Shaoibarjrer.. ; Or. two.. children,, of Jacksonville: The first baseball game 0'.he\ season year, arose and walked and .Is still 1 t : -

    |,v Undo. -6t.fea came down Tuesday and went out to was played here Wednesday afternoon able to, She sleeps well;. can Realty bought\ and .sold. I I rILil Finial I PILBSt "

    "* uP.tJetI' Narooosee to spend awhile visiting between a local nine of picked sleep to the dat.ime.t.oo.' .Resume, HoUses rented. WIIII._' Indian PU ' will .an
    tman Kodaks add at their. parent, Lt.. Col. .and Mr.JVr( player and Orlando's crack team Is all right, DO need of. pillow or jj Blind Hlmdlnf and Ita-blniv". **. It, ahaorke"1t "'
    Oeoeola Pharmacy. Taxes paid and Titles the tumors.all. the itching'oe.e.ep1.
    E. Cadmao. reiultinir In a score of 8 to-1. in rta.OI'of hot water bag or pLJlows, and she Is I I ver- _tree.. ...'.. ..tent rell..". Win.... ,
    McCall's Patterns tor, sale by. X S. Mr. R,E. Mclaughlin, of Obey, the laying on flesh. Sb ha been to Los i I fled for non-residents. r.dl.. I'll.Olal..u III.....peNd..r PUM. ..z

    .;Gilbert. 0- wa In town this week transacting has no organized ball Angeles and other place attending'I Fare, Life and Accident. Insurance O.eeuls1tiarmsoy It.blt of the private.at4sadatq part. Hold. only. by 'r

    Roll iJas* made, a business trip toTampa bu.tpell. Mr. Md ;, a* a member of the board of, boys were Invited down with no expectation bas done for' her, on the street oars.and .|t. -
    : ay.Subsorllt. county eommUstoner for St. Luc le of defeating them but I In an .auto... She look in .the Indemnity Bonds.' .i If no di GHI Dry

    .'. for McCsll's ln*- county In the recent primary. merely to give an exhibition game for tore window, she help about the :!! ..tYzY'"er'P. "tg'r'al"xlr'.,.. ". .
    60 cent a yeart A. S. Gilbert'.. the amusement of our local baseball I housework and call on the nel< ..
    Don't fail to read the notice m another . enthusiast, and these latter' were not wonderful.. .. ---, .- ha for
    tlJou know an Item. of new phone Oh, Is I. a ttiirlcl of divine a craving appetite drink. Tfcs.
    ,or %fend It to the Valley Gaeette.Kllmme column, of what she Home StoreIs disappointed several of 'the boy: grace ] and we are all .0 happy HEALTH 'AND Vi"fALlTY' desire must be removed: il 'you have
    offering in dinner net., free. on purchases on the local team were among those,, and kern saying, ''Can. It all be true?.' Motto NIMVINB PILL* a friend or relat.lvI'Om\ you 'would

    shows every lympiom of made before the first of August. who helped to makeKlMlmmeefsinou* Praise the Lord !I" Saturday: the The *TM Iron and to'uwi ..."' .."...lornien like to save from-the drink: or drughabit -
    being1 threatened* with a building You can't afford to miss this .In baseball circles in past seasons, next day al*.r *Ue. was healed she .a., .omen iruduoe< alroiiirth cud Italltr. write Immediately for oooflden-
    ,boom.. genuine- bona-flde otTer' No strings: and showed some* of .the old-time lire went to Lo Aogees,12{ mile., in aD'''.butldl. up the TkWtn. ..
    ,.,.)dr...J. L. Moon reiurnedlast week'60r Mr: and Air*, ft. R.,. Carsod returned by making several spectacular. play auto,.and attended a meeting and told !!1, malt It-Op Poryaleby per box d OKaol U.x.I lor Pharmacy*5.OO. or. bv r 0, Jacksonville, Fla. tf'.p' '

    a visit to relatives! and friends In home yesterday from Sheen which elicited enthusiastic. applause. the people how she wa healed\, Tten :j I I ','

    \Oeorgla.; . t'...:' ". Springs, where they had' been spending .While time the of local team had -no held chance. 01' Yokum urged\ her to go and Way :1 r ... rA..llei aAuAo a4 ii...i/k i..ta/k ........iA JLAaL4i '
    at they the
    any winning In
    .. a couple of week for the benefitof a few days at hi-\ Plsgabhoma-
    Uen-Dk'* Chill Tonic. Guar'anteed. .Mr. Canon' health. We are visitor down-tba: very.respectable, RI 'hland' Park to strengthen her I I '
    ', Price 23 cent Sold by all the that Or JUST RECEIVED;;A ,FULL LINE OF :
    pleased ;to tate that Mr. Canon is score, considering fact faith and teach her'some things, and t.i
    I I' Mrs! R- D. Warlnir, of' Maitland>/ .ou,1 DR':.. aggregation In the Slate. And best of ..n. with the. physical :
    The KUslmmee team wa made up healing, ban come a' great, spiritual! .
    bas beeaIf.IUIla' relative In town TTh Woman' Home Mission'Society .
    by the following players: A. D. Gil- blessing White
    shit week. \
    of the Methodist church met at big, f.r. Holmes rralber, c; Patrick I am going to send 'you one 'of' Dr. Rose |
    'If tou. need anjthlnK In vTlnterI the personage. on Wednesday after- lb; :.f./Canon.' 2b*. W. Carson 3b; Yokuin': little books. ,I ,

    I'Good you save from. .25 to 60 percent noon and were entertained by Rev Rev. Uunyan Stephens. ss;.. Gardner. Kxcuke: uiy ,writing more....we have \ :
    M Stanford Co. and Mr.. A. L. Woodward in a moot rf; Bans, cf; Wood all. If, ao many to write to. ,
    delightful mannei. A splendid luncheon Dr. .J. W Simpson un plred the will teach another lu : ".
    I.I Perry year.
    R. A,' Bartow of Whittier
    Vpendlnff: few day In town 10oiclDI'aher wa served. and highly enjoyed. by game and'gave general satisfaction.Since . Occidental college.. He will help roe : G d"
    : a [
    all !
    business matter. present. the. above was'written the conclusion luring vacation paint the house and i (10 'r- y'
    o W.nt.ed.-'l'o buy an orange grove has been forced! upon u* that Qnlsh off' two or three more rooms. r
    AI,*.- E. b. Hogan came up from and truck farm combined on time, Klsnimmee has a real live ball team, We all send much love. prte/

    'LoII bmao and spent the day with relatives all fruit and produce', made on the and the lack'of organization is a. mere II.: M. GOODKUL.: .' I a

    In town last Tuesday. place to be applied In paying' for the detail. .a.- r.. -.. .-.- i Canred- Fruits. Jellies, Jams, Marmalades Vegetable. .
    place till paid for In .full. I am an TJie hove went up to Orlando yesterday .
    Stove wood delivered .in town at A *HHIo.. Belly .
    : Fish fi( i&J
    honest hard working white man. afternoon and played a return j e!, .
    I .11.00 per strand. Address E.. Lee, R F. D. NOJ 2.. box game and with even a weaker team, attended .by the higheit priced. baby '
    .: ,,18-t.f KlSSIMMHX LtTMHKH CO. 65. Tampa Fla. 21-ic managed to break even the score being specialist. could not be cured of stomach

    v-We are'' making exoeedlnglv clone. The High School building committee 7 to 7. notwithstanding. the. fact or bowel trouble any quicker or JR. S. & Co.

    *' on furniture\ for the next sixty bas made application to the A, C. L that Orlndo, played her full strength. surer than' your. baby if vou give It. Floyd

    day!., for *mh.: H. C, G. HDW. (X>. fora spur tracic to run from the Midland wlth.Wl1dbam. ,her crack: pitcher In McGee's, ., dysentery]flab, Elixir and; all Cures'diarrhoea. 'dersnnemenl -- Ik : : 7.JOC
    the bos.KUslmnvre.
    down the school .
    Ry. to ground
    '., FOR SALJC-At a bargain, small fire* has all the of the stomach or bowel. Price -
    If the request In granted It will greatlyfacilitate necessary
    proof safe In good condition.f the work of building material for a One hall team and lithe 25 cents and 50 cents. Sold J>y llobtrson's -
    H W. THDRMAN.;
    .f considerable In the expense of boys will get. out and practice a little Pharmacy.
    FOR SAU& A good family horse, hauling m. rl"J. they'can safely. go up againstthe heat IOC __* Otifltl0tl0t10ttOtI0tI0tlOt100000fI000t

    pe. gentle and will OUTLAW.Y: Jo to Klsslmmee Drug Co.I..aod get of them. I County,.Court. C..A. CAJtSON. i. A. CIANIWRD.Vlnl' .. t. LUPFKR w I IPridst.
    ---- '
    Apply to P. D. delicious SchralTte chocolate ,..t. yaaeetary. T
    some County Court convened Monday :
    Notice to lontradors. "
    : Mr. P. A. Van Agnew ha been They have a contract with manufacturer morning at 10 o'clock court officers

    [ 'confined room since Sunday, for fresh goods hipped direct Sealed bid will be received by the present being W. R. Johnston, Judge; s.

    ornt. g. with a severely. 'sprained. from factory.. This contract requires High School Building Committee J. L Moon, Prosecuting Attorney; ? ,
    l'Florsbelm'i all old good to be shipped back to KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.
    afakle, M.aj'T.] M. .chairman, until C. ,F. Prevsu, Sheriff.
    factory and new goods shipped out. : Monday The docketv va* sounded and the ,
    tfi I Patent Oxfordr are 7:30:! p. m., July 27th, 1908
    No stale.goods are to he'oll'ered for 'I taken and deposed.of\ la the
    case up I
    the correct thing* to style comfort, sale.r :30-lf! and opened Immediately ' ,
    etc? Found at H. C. Stanford Co.. the erection and completion of athroestarv following IIl'derl. ;
    onlv.Mr.. New 0raphaphona records, Including 1 II brick:' school building according State VB. Gabe Robinson; violating .
    some; of \the not) popular ,I' to plans and specification liquor law was tried and found guilty
    Mrs J. McPhatter left. ye- operatic sacred and orchestral music, prepared bY.. B. Tallej architect) and case appealed to circuit court. Rough and Dressed
    terday for Gainevllle, Ga., to spend
    received yesterday at'tbe Home store. I 611e.' ." Building, Jacksonville, Slate vs.. Ezekiel fheclgo: trespass
    several .weeks with relative* at thatplace. To tiermit of :your hearing I we will re Fla with Intent to Injure growing, crops. ..
    I I main open until. 9:30: this evening, and A certified check for. 2 per cent of Defendant plead'guilty' and sentence /
    Mr.rG i>. A. DeCotte. a prominent I this will permit our showing you the the amount of'bid, made payable to wa suspended upon payment of eoet Pine Lumber.\. ,

    attorney'of Sanford wa here this beauties of the Fellboelln) ).ame: M. Katz, treasurer must accompany State vs. Dan Brown bei.t.lnat'waJ .
    eek: oq' business before, the county Everybody,welcome.: each bid; said check to be forfeited If on railroad train, tried and found ; 4,

    pri.j the successfulbidder falls to signcontract guilty and sentenced to a fine of 12A
    Mr. S. J. Tri'plett, who has) been '
    Contractor Frank Bass hat coinleted with the Valley Gazette. for the past. and execute an Indemnity and coat or 60 data at hard labor,, '

    the brick work on the new Illyr few weeks, left yesterday for Jacksonville bond written ten days after the contract 'State v*. Annie Lester, pet.11"l'CIIn"f.l1ed HOUSE BILLS .A, SPECIALTY,: )
    I building; and the-. tin.' roof Is now ,'where he expect: to engage In has been awarded. to appear and bond of *50 es ",

    .eing put on. the printing busmen, Mr. Triplett I* The contractor. will be required to treated.. )QCJOO a : Xrlacdnan ol the best al i-round execute an indemnity bond for ten State vs. Lizzie Young .ssaultand ,
    'Four automobile loads of one newspapermen
    thousand 'dollars ( I in battery. tried and found not guilty. .
    10000.00) acompany
    In Florida well genial
    a* a '
    ball M
    down totwltnes, the
    I .. assault and
    Lbat.l. JlcenseeJ 'b.v the State. State Ja.o Cohen, t
    and the
    and agreeable gentleman
    between' Orlando .....nd Klaclm-
    tame ee We ay.Wr. Valley Gazette withe him all kinds of of Florida, for. the. faithful. perform battery, tried,: and Jotind guilty and COLLEGE.
    pesd month hard
    sentenced three at
    success Mr:' Triplett will remain I ance the contract. ,
    ; %nd Mr W.. it!. Moceley ando here. week or so until. he I* permanently , Address all bid., to Ma]J. T. M. labor. .
    bright. children of Gotba. spent a located. Murphy, Chairman High School State vs. Everett Oass. carrvlngoon- FLORIDA'S OLDEST. COLLEGE.
    aw days here this week ylsitinLhe. : : Building Committee Kltaimmee. cealed nolle proceed. '
    111 of Mr Geo., W..Overtreet. P. A.Van, Agnew, secretary of the Florida. .' State v*. R. H Bas, a*.ult'' and I. College,,Academy'and Schools: of Muclc, Kxprestfon: ,. Fine Arttl:Dom.'.:, '
    ,.. building 'committee for the new High The right Is reserved -by the committee battery, plead guilty and enteaceaua* tiC and Industrial Art and Huslnes ,
    Do not forget that the sale of sweeU School has telegram : C.racirt HaJl and third ", ..n'*dormitory sow ping "PI; hKtrio: tight.: *M.u> ...4 furnace
    building, received; to reject and-Ml bid.' peoded on payment of cost) r
    any beat: UrfKtillT l pfrfact b.alU eoudltlouat toe lI.m..I.m. ttbUtit field: fH.i ennrta.
    used. soaps, three tablets. for 10 from the architect., W. B.Tall", State John Wilson carrying ... '
    Building to be completed on or before vs. a golf lIDh.ban aD411e.klO\ol..1IIeoo. cbimplODi of K.o Id* this year X.arly a<| .aner ot a 9k
    ts...;, closes tomorrow.: stating that ,the plan and specifications . November ICth.. 1908. pistol without a license, tried and million dollar* .u Tom BOMB STORK. for the new building wilt arrive., Plan* and specification may be obtained found guilty and sentenced to a floe of nomlnatloul) sands tarOHARACTER , .

    f. C. E. Wade, the- well known here by this 'evening'- mall. The .'the office of the secretary 10. and cost or 30 day at bard CULTURE CONDUCT'' .

    popular pianotuner, of Orlando member of the general committee are P. A. Van Agnew, KUslmmee. Fla.., labor. : JA. ,

    town thisweek on his .regular reminded' that they are expected to or at the office of the .architect' . on or. State" y*. Wait; Wilson. same 01l'eo"l Next section begin October J, 'for; catalogues; address the President,, ,
    dailnK;: >f..W add's patrons here meet at the Council chamber tonight after July-18th, 1908. 'a* alx n4t. found not !guilty. . '

    ave. Irapl idlt. faith la his ability, and to look over and discuss these plan, T. M.Mvl1PUY. State '*. Richard PeteKaaar, : WM. F. .BLACKMAN; Ph. ;D. Winter Park, Fla "L '
    always finds plenty of,work- await. and It I I. earnestly urged'tbat all be ..A., VANS ACJNEW: ,' : Chairman. larceny: plead\ guilty and sentenced to ; u;

    blaa !' '" '* present. Secretary. . I three months at hard)labor. soy 10* A I +q, t.p r rr
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    Pr. dt Davlia Has Become Alarmed .
    .,- - S.Yrup.9fffEiixir9f8enoo
    J- ; -
    Over the Situation. ; -

    International Race for the North Puerto CorteC": Honduras.- The *. Watson Formerly Notified / I :

    and South Poles. \'" fighting\ which lias occurred about Oraclas by Populist Party. ( .r I I :
    and Choluteca bears the earmarks 6' >

    : UNITED STATES RACES NORTH of organised revolution. The MADE ELOQUENT ADDRESS 1. I _ ;
    reports Bar the attacks on these towns I '
    acts :
    s ..!. : eatly! yet promtot
    (Were begun by small bodies of armed ----- f\ .

    men who were at first repulsed by' In Athuit* .Defending Policfes of His \
    Crt Britain Suit Sttuth Briti.h bowels
    Wh.1. the cleansosjive
    j t Started Firsti government troops, but who leturned Party-SiK Th Aptarctie plarcrs -

    i But Perry Hopes, to Win. ? 'the President attacks and IJuvlla Anally has won.declared the .'.1 11-.- "trad------4--tk. M*._ting. 1 ..system efjectuqUy:!! ,:

    republic In a Mate of war. and has C
    : New .CJlr.-Wl1en commander begun to concentrate Honduran troops Atlanta., Ga.-Honorable Thomes li' assists: one mnToverComtn'
    of .. J1 -
    Georgia' notified
    Robert E. Peary' boards bit steamer aa rapidly aa'poaslble. In order to beat I '
    -' Vhursday of his nomination the -
    off/ the habitual
    Rooaevelt at Sydney, Cape Breton and constipationpermanently. ,.
    ntafts on. hit etpedltlon In search of Report places two of the leading presidency the populist party, the 4
    4 the North ,personalities of the five republics at notification speech being made by To its
    Pole. an International raceto
    Judge W ______ : get !
    'the- uttermost ends of the earth the head of the present trouble. ICa-! Jay Forrest of Albany. N. : ; 'I
    Y., and In an address which covered
    will lada Cabrera president *fGualemala tiV
    be on. : .;
    : Peary hopes to carry the stars 'and and Manuel llotillla, wffo was a year national issues In vigorous and comrehenlye : C beneficial.t effects :
    > iS
    | fashion the noMInation t *
    while Hrlt- ago deposed by a revolution from the accepted .
    stripes to the 'North Pole, a the $. .
    lab Antarctic expedition, commanded lirenldenoy of Honduras are those al Previous to"his' being notified S : ,<<,\enu\ne. .
    ( by Ltept. Ernest M. Shackli>ton. l It* leged"'lenders'and while the reports of till nomination Air. Watson addressed < NanajocTuroa Jbytno .d
    trying to place the union jack \>f the differ as to the details of their, plan the Georgia slat conventionof
    British empire 90 dl'grf'ea4outlj. Al an aUat'k 'on Nicaragua I hI sald-to'be populist partyt, '-
    ; though the HrllUh expeilltloii baa a their' aim. It Is said that If Honduras The notification meeting was held. -., JMJFORNIAfio ;

    .' year handicap iu point of time, Peary Is gained' possession of, the revolutionists at Ponce de Leon Park at .Atlanta '

    .I1 t hopes to win tbe race. Lieut. Sliack- will make Uonllla again president and the hall was crowded. About six : Cip.A.

    ,, leton and parly. left London on July and that General Domingo Vas ,thousand. people being In attendance. -i:' "
    30, 1907 on board the NJmrod. Originally quell will march at the head of .an After Mr. Watson aacended'tbe plat. % 80LD I.tADtNCJ DRUCGlm-'eIf.eam.r.
    a Newfoundland scaling vessel army Into Nicaragua. If' victorious, form Dr. W. W. Land rum, paitor.oC. ,- dc .",
    of 227 tons, but which has been' rent he .is to be made president, of Nicaragua. the First Baptist church. Atlanta, of. 'I '- I q- Lsst

    ted as a steam barl\l ntlne. IhUH bringing the three largestof fered a fervent prayer and when Mr. I Bud Dozier was making his first baV,
    : of t the Drlt- the Watson was presented the -audience '
    Shacklelon Is an .officer five republics Guatemala, Honduras loon ascension. .
    r i Ish navy and before leaving London and Nicaragua under the control the band played "Dixie" andbecause' "Cut off!" be .cried. and the balloon

    King Edward bestowed uponhim the of a faction with tbe presidentof of the continued applause It 4,' slowly left the earth. .-
    Victorian Order. He was a memberof Guatemala Us bead j 7 "Not "
    rUlng be
    very fast remarked
    :__ .;
    1902-03 the British under Captain Antarctic Scott expedition and with of .FINDS JOBS FUK, IMMIGRANTS. $ t _Shide (I I1u George IH.-, l Utijs Get Some Satinfictlon Out of It." to"No his,"pilot said the pilot, -throw' out .a-.'

    ,' his commander and another member _- _ _ _ _ ._ __ Cartoon. by Ua Mar. ,. in tbe iJ.delphl.necord. sack of sand." '
    I - ----- - -- <.
    of the party accomplished a sledge Government Starts Big Employment :;..-; F He did BO, and some time laterin .
    journey with dogs to a point 82 degrees OF MEAT the night he awoke and found his
    A 17 minute. 'south latitude during > Bureau for Foreigners. _-Tw- PRICE FORCED UP FOR PROFIT ONLY low on the Poorest. Louis Deapitrk"pile

    -. which they were abae-nt from their Washington D. Interesting ..
    ship the Discoveryninetythree days work is being done by Secretary TtTTEItINEBELItn1.g CCRK. rTBTTCsma

    and covered a distance of 960 miles. Straus, of the Department 'of 'Com Is a sure,safe and speedy euve.
    meree and Labor for the Immigrants Beef Trust is Really Reaching Out to Control ,tbe Retail Trade of Entire for ma.tetter, skin and scalp. diseases'

    .1. coming to this country by the formation and Itching piles. Endorsed ty physicians.,
    NEW COLLEGE of a glgantl4 free t. lnplo'mentbureau. reentry, Declare-High rice: of Corn Not Accepted as pratmd by thousands who hare,:
    - '
    On. of the First of It* Kind In the Excuse-Advance ot From 25 to 35 Per Cent. In drutcfftala Fragrant or soothing by mail from antlnepttd.J.'.l'. Barprrsisa Mo. at,.2:,

    County Opens September 1st, Nine hundred thousand Dept. A. Savannah Qa.
    _ Mllledsevllle!: Ga. The American 'have been sent to all employers on Meat Forces Fish Dealers to Raise Prices.

    Cotton College an Institution for the rural free-delivery routes whether Some men have money to burn >b. '

    ; education of young wee farmers 'they be farmers-or artisans asking It cause they don't ' t

    warehousemen cotton buyers and oth' help Is needed In their communities. I Mew York City.-Without even the that the'meat of corn-led cattle i I.* not .

    era. In the science of classifying'and Already more than 1,400 replies have | Justification that the demand has increased sold for general consumption, tot the flicks' Capndlne Cures- Headache. ,'
    ;grading cotton has been Instituted been received, although the cards or the supply fallen! short, reason that when the price' of corn is Mental Whether from Cold, heat Btomsch.; of l.

    here by Prof. J. If. Dickinson and Mr. were sent out only'a' short-time ago.1' the advance In the price of meat by high the owner can make a greater drup. Strain.It's Liquid.No Acetanilid Kffects:/ or inm.dstrA'too. dangerous ,

    R. L. Wall thewell known cotton The Immigrants after going through the powerful combination now reach- profit by selling if In the grain market .. y.' and flop-. at drug .>*"... .
    tt buyer and expert and will begin oper- the channel of Immigration reach a ..Iout to control the retail trade of Instead ot feeding it to stock. I 7 ;
    aUons/ on (September 1st. Suitable. stage where they are auspicious of the country has reached a point There Is not a retail butcher who mtT Is better to be born pluck, -tha't'tich ,- .Ii

    quarters have been secured and *a every person. It Is 'expected that It where hundreds of small butchers Is able toexplain why' he has had to and unlucky. <_ ,_ ; ..

    .. large attendance at the "first sessions will .restore their confidence and materially HONTHOS-E: : must be driven Into bankruptcy because pay more for his beef and mutton OKBI I>O aid them when A TSON: they are unable to sell at the and pork and charge his
    Is assured. they can be : customersmore. '
    \ Stop the pala and get rid of the
    .' The new college Is one of a veryfew made to see that the employment bureau was several mlputas before the speaker exorbitant rate forced upea them All he Vnpws Is that the priceIs quickly and permanently.ABBOTT'S case I*-" .,..
    of the kind In the country. Is under the control 01.the Government was able to begin his eloquent address. with' the added burden of the exactions Increased. The meat li ready for OILS cos rAi.r will remove ny oom.bun-\/.

    Classes wIll be taught by. correspondence and is designed: for. their. -es. In the midst of which he he- of the railroads In freight rates. his inspection and purchase end ha Ion callous spot without cutting bum < .
    4 as well as by person and this pecial benefit eel ved frequent applause holding".the In Washington Market the most_ can take it or leave It. The n'Cot'eat' lag or'eating" the flesh and leaves no '
    k' feature ,Is .sure -become popular. That the foreigners are. beginning close attention of the entire audience.In famous mart of Its kind In tbe country to an etolanatlon of the IIlf're.n.U- soreness afterwards Applied with brush"

    % Rear-Admiral Jai. 11. Dayton com- to appreciate the work which In reality his speech of acceptance Mr. trade' has been cut almost, fifty been tt* price of. corn and next to mighty little trouble. *5o. at druggists or by ;" '
    mander-ln-chlef of the Pacific fleet accordlnc . la in .Infancy, I. shown by the Watson referred repeatedly to himself per cent. In a year. Butchers; who that the shortage In supply.Increase mall from Taa A.SBOTT Co..8&1'IUlb.' 1.
    needed big ice boxes last
    .to orders Issued by the Navy success In New York city. The otflce and his political'comrades as '.'we Jeffersonlans or seven Instead of Shortage. G.
    get along with two three.
    year now
    t Department at Washington, will be re, In New York was opened about February ," Indicating faintly the The stalls that handled thirty or or The organ of the Meat Trust tn BOOKS. RETURNEDAFTER YEARS.;
    fortycarcases "
    Mewed of duty and Ordered. home top 1. So', great was the rush,of change In title which it is predicted handle' from New York 'does not bear out the -
    now ten to '.
    .await 'his retirement on" October 25, applications one day last 'week that will ultimately be, made In the peo. twelve Veterans in the business like shortage theory _In Its last Issue the One Came Back to Philadelphia- '

    \t Rear-Admiral William rT. Swinburne. the presence of the police was necessary ple's or populist >party. Peter J. Hickey suddenlyfind themselves receipts of live stock in Chicago'wererecorded Library After a Century.: :3. .
    : -commanding the second squadron will 40,.restore order. There were Tbe change, it Is said, will not b's confronted with agents of the as "3 3 6,1 ST( head, for the With the best -and moat'"
    ,' vsucceed him "In chief com .nd. Ad. SSI new* applications for work'during made by any sudden act or resolution. Beef Trust as rivals In attempting to week 'anJncre..e: of 60,573. Dellv-' systems
    ;-.mlral.Dayton has been In command of tbe week. Of this number 97 Immigrants The- name. Jeffersonlan.- the authorities gain hotel and steamship trade, offerIng ones of-.cattle were 8911.In excess of carefulwatching: book. go astraybut f j ,

    the Pacific fleet since February 1906. 'were sent to farmers In various. .' will gradually: come Into the product at a lower price than the receipts of the previous week it Is hard to write them off as .ntIy -""- '"
    lie took the cruised squadron from States and secured remunerative general acceptance and .will eventually It Is sold to the butchers themselves. and 11.373 head greater than the I ''Ioa"",." einee. they have a wayot

    : New: York to tbe Philippines ,and employment. supersede the present n'amlf'which Deaf Ear Turned to Pleas. tame week last year" turning up that I. ,oily paralleled W,
    4 .: thence to the_ California coast. the party headed by Mr. Watson. As the demand for he choicest cuts the oat of lyric fame. re
    $ .". '... ........ MRS. LLEYELANDLIRATEFUL( bears. '*' . Pleas and demands for fair play of beef falls off the price of the '
    are futile. No-notlce of .an advance theaper Is 'The other da* at the liNk of ,ODe
    Mr. Watson's speech was. a "clear parts Increased by the
    'JOck" .r ? 1
    I L; ' _EMMIN6If.EAIJ: Ex-President's Widow AcknowledgesCondolence' exposition the principles of the pop. la price is given to any retail dealer butcher so that he can: come somewhere of tire oldest city tnst I tut.loM the J'bUa-;
    i not controlled by the Meat Trust He delphla at Locust and 3GIII-
    Won Fams Taking Cruiser Talla- ulist or Jeffersonian aarty. near getting even with the [ library,
    \ by With forcible diction Mr. Watson must pay up 'once a week or go on the wholesaler. In the populous eastside 'per streets, there was 'returned by >a
    >,<;jftf "..... 'Through' Northern Fleet. New York City.- great has been black and.If unable'to hisObligations '
    list meet where cent
    in the of
    advocated and condemned upheld and price failr borrower ,
    a book that had b.-
    who ha
    -d. Halifax N. S.-"JCCIt. Fleming, number of messages of condolence "
    the-dot he locks his
    on neat ruucTi the cut-for '
    means : which
    criticised. He declared himself In favor (( .
    I r won-l'enowndurlng 'the United States received Mrs.Orover out. a little over'thre Foe'.
    : by Cleveland years.tunat
    ice bot and goes out of business. there is the greatest demand Is the
    of ,
    civil ,war by,taking the confederate since the death* of the ex-president reference municipal ownership. direct The only explanation that the trust brisket which Is divested of Us bone .'. Iy "' for the r borrower no 5n..

    ': cruiser Tallahassee out through the that she has found It impossible to ship with; though Its municipal owner. 'inakea as to why the' price of beef before It li sold ttT the customer. One were exacted .and after oh. bad gone( '
    ( 'corallary
    k: eastern passage In Halifax harbor. In :I make personal response to all 'of ownership) la condemned government by should be Increased at a aeauon when year ago the brisket wan! sold at front the question as to whether thom<<:
    \ 1864 eluding the northern fleet -that them Therefore she has given to the many ,
    the demand Is smaller than at any thirteen to" fourteen cents a pound. an not a' rsoonI7was'
    I populists as creating a government had established -
    was lying in, wait, Is dead at Ketch press the following'communication In other time of the year is that the high This week the lowest price was twenty '. ;>
    political machine a gigantic oligarchy .ked. .
    Harbor. He was 93 years of age. acknowledgment of these messages: price: of-corn has made It necessary cents.: Corned beef that sold for
    Fleming had 'been a pllof for over 60 Westland Princeton., N. J.-In our' overthrow.He, which -It ivould be impossible to It has been asserted that In the fattening sixteen and fifteen cents a pound In 'Wo. indeed said the 2ibrantan..
    j' jreaM ana ''while be figured In'' many great grief there have come to my of what Is known in the trade June 1907, now sells for twenty "We ave': In this library several.

    adventures' bis most famous exploitwas children and myrelf from all over our condemned corporations .and as "finished beef'.' large .quantities of cents.. Soup meat has 'gone up to volumes that were beid tentteen,
    capitalism specific excoriating
    that of the Tallahassee. ::'I country and from other lands expressions them for their greed terms and for the .corn are required as fodder and that twelve cents a pound on the east ide and twenty years, and one book tb.t

    L The Tallahassee was trapped in Halifax ., of condolence In our bereave- insatiate which- feed with when the price of corn goes up the and fourteen and, fifteen cents a (Was returned to It..rter being gene
    maw they ;
    harbor while coaling by a strong : ment and of a participation in oar' price of beef must advance correspondingly. : pound (n Jefferson: Market an Increase ,
    human life annually greater than the |or over century! It Is -ofvjvlus.ble
    and heart Is these one ,a.
    northern fleet was given: forty- sorrow; My touched by greater In, proportion than for
    eight hours by the British admiral. and by all the tributes paid to Mr. losses of..the' civil war. It Is ....rt / without qualification any other meat Last January the ; set of the classics, aijl\ arte.'f'

    ,. within which to escape or surrender Cleveland In word and act. 1 am deeply He attacked President Roosevelt as by old-time butchers In the Washington price of soup meatwas from ten to. succeeding In biding itself4e. lons;...
    ; an alleged big'stick president who
    -t to tbe British flag. In the dead of I grateful for tbe comfort that God with the Market that there has not been a twelve cents a pound, and a year ago finally turned up In Holland .where ,,.
    : night Fleming took the southern cruiser gives In this way, I regret. that the ptands. criticised pat the president 'for not carcass of a corn-fed bullock In the the highest \price for the best quality:, :... label declared Its lawful place of,

    I.$ down the. eastern passage a shallow multitude"of these messages renders Issuing government notes and breakIng market for twenty years or more and was.ten cents. :* :abode and the honest finder, lost no-
    1, unused channel on the eastern It Impossible for me to send a per-
    the cornar in Wall street .tlme .forwarding it to Phila4.Jpbla.:' .
    I money ,
    of the harbor' used flah-j% J'sonal word ot thanks for each
    aide only by The
    l'' Ing boat and .when morning broke the ''presa has kindly offered to bear for' that caused the panic last fall TEXAS RRICCS ARC HIGHEST IN YEARS. I Yes. sir, we have books outatiWlonger "
    Tall. ah assoejhadjrantshed, me this expression of'my own and my ; condemned that protective. the tariff -- and I have not the! least,'.
    ? trusts. are
    llevlng offspring
    _ children's: gratitude and appreciation.and ..,flu,", of. Population and Occupation. or Land Cl>l fly that some of them will yet find their
    -i of monopolies and that trusts can '
    :TO lEAR CLEVELAND'S NAME.National I It will reach all who have Rpun.ble. >
    stifled until monopolies way baok to our shelve -rf hlladk>>; .
    r..' ,.... -................ thought. of him and of us. done"awa1'neveIIbe with. ,*..-> are Fort Worth. Texas.-Tto pre'ltnt'' advanced practically two cents 'a '! Record. v 'f -

    -_Foreat.ti>,.lie. Memorial tot .FRAHC.E3 F.MISSISSIPPI '_CLYLAND.;; He denounced the. new national prices of cattle on the hoof in .Texas' pound. x .

    .. ,, Former President currency law the Aldrlch-VTeeland bill. -the highest la twenty years-are Last year's receipts of cattle at DIFFERENT' NOW., -.. :'

    Washington, D7j.: ( -The San Jaclnto EDITOR KILLED.A. saying that the national government principally ta( the Influx of a millIon Fort Worth' exceeded 1.000.000 the Athlete Finds Better Train1ngFooL:

    national forest in California will hereafter has .surrendered Its. sovereign "settlers In the past two years, the majority calves: and heifers, which .
    be.known as the Cleveland National I... -McCann\! Shot Dead by A. C. to Individual bankers when the constitution -power- occupation at ranch )lands and the. presages a.shortage for probably two C.: .

    Forest, It has been ao rechrls- Brett -at. Mount Olive. expressly forbids even tostatesthe eale of cattle. to, clear off the bls'pa.1 years to c me. Yearlings and two-' It was formerly the belief.

    tened by President Roosevelt in honor Hattlesburg Mlss.--Edltor A. L.) right to Issue currency or to make' tures. year-olds sold this "spring to feeders become strong athletes must -eat

    I .of the late president under whose adminIstration McCann of the Mount Olive (MI...)< other than gold and silver their legal Best meal and grass fed steers noW' have been bringing from $3 to $5 a" plentof'meat.'T., '::J
    the II.ntn.tlonal ,fdrests Progress) wa V shoO by A.: C. Brett' tender. sell on the hoof at Fort Worth from head more than last year, and it' is believed This Is .all out of data J1)
    were created. In 1881. In Jicroor agent oft the 'Southern Express company He attacked the Interference In $5.75 to $6 a.hundred pounds; corn- they will go higher. many trainers feed athlet ...70n'th .1'-:
    __r-! hundred and 'sixty- ot IoU: Olive, The"trouble grew s.tate government which federal judiciaries fed steers sold last week at S7.Z5 and The past two seasons have been unusually well-known food Grape-Nuts, made

    r' .fifth birthday" anniversary, President out of aa express :ctai in. Brett met have been.practicing of.recent grass-fed teers have sold here this favorable the open range" season of wheat and barleyand CQt the meat

    L, Cleveland: cheated: thirteen national McCann on the: street and 'shot him years, arrogating to themselves aright spring at '8.n. the highest price much longer than usual. The down to a small portion once a day;
    of Texas Ions from storms last
    forests, containing about 23.000.000 down tbe editor; dying In a few minutes. which does 'not exist. At the ever paid in the history cattle winter was Insignificant Three years ago," writes a ).lIeb.
    the .
    > and calf
    t' f' .acres. '.The San J.clnto.foreat \wasona'of.Oi . Mount Olive Is 'a, small town conclusion: of his speech Mr Watson raising. crop this "having become Interested UT!
    . > A year ago the best steers brought spring unusually. large. This may man.
    orl-nal'ao'c..a.t8l1. J
    -- *_ ; .. jj.jt near here; .. j' ; ">I_j was given: great ovation; $..10. and two years ago to-day nothing improve conditions within two years. athletics I found I would have to stop-:.

    IMTED"STATLS. was" offered that would'brine as but.neither packer nor cattlemen anticipate eating pastry and some other kind,"'
    PLUCKY GIRL WINS OffiCE. 'A .TRAIL: OF DEATH.Left' KOBE COAL FOR high as $3 a hundred. In two years much chang conditions. of food. "'t!:. ..
    '' the price of cows on the hoof here has before that time. :
    Deflated .One of the Moat Influential By Train'Whose_ Engineer ;Tried Army Officer Pound Large:: Deposit In "I got .0me.Or.p''Nuts Dd' was]
    c :r Republicans In Oklahoma I IGllthrte. the food .
    I to Make ,Pp Lest Tim. Philippines,. soon eating >at ever .I.
    Okla.-Miss Kate Barnard for I found that when I went on..1h.,
    ot Oklahoma. has been named'.. chief ..Hammond Ind,-Three .m n. were Manila, P. I.-Captain Hubert I., HARD VlMES PRODUCE: MALE CHILDREN. track I felt more. lively and active.', 4?

    of the charities and killed by a Lake Shore Filer near this Wigmore. an JPostum
    j corrections department army engineer employ. -Later, I, began also .Uj, dnlnk,
    t ,of this'hew State.8hewentIntoth city. ed to develop the government coalfields Dr.- fnmtc. 'Kraft Says ,Swt of- Infants !. "0s>. cJ on Law of. In place of coffee and the way .
    Survival of ritte.
    ----1' campaign as the democratic Two men riding on "a hand car didnot" on the Island of Batan. who returned I gained mule and strength on talldiet Jp
    nominee for,the office,she :now holds artb 'tiler' .Cleveland, Ohio.-:Control orthe It Is well known, to scientists, asserts -
    b \ bearing down anthem to the United States JQ. lb.tran.port was certainly ,roat.. On the
    ;; day;-
    ,i conducting her,own canvass and making sex of infants Is a practical proposition the. authorthat savage races
    ,' scores of public speeches.; She and .:were"atructo and Instantly Duford has uncovered: Immense according to Dr. Frank: Kraft. and races which exist where the con.. "ot a field meet In June weighed-IS: .1

    'L4L } 'defeating offa of the moat formidable standstill and tbe;two dead men taken use by the government for years to ot Homeopathy. Dr.. Kraft says hs preponderance mal.children. From season la Sept., I weighed 14 O.;". ...

    :republican-polUlolans in".thev: state; to Pin Station. ,The. come. Army and navy tests show has discovered no new principle, but this fact be deduces that nature recognises :I attributed my flne'condltlcfltiaitd; .
    She has come' tC be known as the "while attempting to make up the lost that the coal is superior In every respect has shown the practical applicationof In the female the weaker sex. good work to the discontinuation of, ;'

    '.' pluckiest."cleverest .girl In the bound. time opened -'wide tile throttle and to "the Australian and Japanes. one originating with 'the evolution Thus, he says.'ln times of plenty) te- .Improper food and coffee,..and:'ta* _
    lug =-west.*' "was speeding at the rl.tcn: fifty milesan product '!' theul')". The principle. ,h. says.Is males are likely to predominate. using of Gr.p 4Nuu and
    Postum/ :m-
    i'i: Miss Barnard was a delegate from hour when near- Charleston; Ind.. Mining experts now In- the United based ou'th. law of the survival ot Some thinkers on the subject even go principal diet '.'i
    her state to the nationaleoLf.rence and the engine hit an unknown man States are I purchasing machinery for the fittest. Dr. Kraft makes these ao far. as to assert that hard times) during. .trlolngseaao*" ;.

    this" cittbisSprit., and ,instantly! killed ,him.. the further development of-the mines, Declaration ta a. book Juit ott Jh.1|[ produce male children because the' .being Grape-Nuts. - '. :'
    I I ; ',7' re.s.'. ", struggle for life Is harder - L-... .Before J used Orap.-Nut.j'n.e?

    -V MAYOR SUB BEWePaPEI. I Ir NIGHT EIDEIS INDICTED. 6.'A. i. 1IU1INDII NANT. - felt right in the mornllll..lw .
    Omaha Drinks Mod-Con. Market"Price of
    I .. ., ,_ Finger* .kind of, 'out of sorts': with 11I-.10...,-,
    Charges Criminal 'Ulbel -Based on Cartoons Charged With Shooting" Up,Town;: of One -Their.. Number. Tranaferre'd t. somes Thirty-one.Tests Each,Day. Fixed at $300 Each.Columbus' :ach.: But now when I rise I feel goooV '.

    and Attic!.. Published.. Damascus, Va.Abtngdon .-. Subordinate Qov.rnment Position. : Omaha. ''Neb. That' cltlxens of Ohio.- -Four' Columbus) and after' a ''breakfast largely, .(. -
    -Indictments have Washington D. C.-A storm of Indignation tons of mud men have offered Orape-Nata and .
    -'John ,Omaha drink: thirty-one a finger each for cream and a eop'eCPostum.
    Philadelphia.,' Pa.-Mayor E.
    ., t been' returned here against twenty- baa 'l>e n. 'raised among. dally fa the water from the Missouri $300 to 'A.. C. Balloux. of Wheeling. .' I feet like a :icSar""There's ..S.,..
    ,. 1ll'. Reytourn of this :city; has Institutedproceedings nine alleged night-riders: j in connection Grand Army veterans l here ..*-. result River was the testimony in the Federal W. Va., who lost his fingers- an lee a .Reason.' /T* ,'. .;;
    K. A.- Van Val keD- riot at Damascus.Va '
    against with the recent .
    creamtreater '
    Court Omaha In a water works recently. H. I. In the '
    : -' '", Iburg;' editor and president of The when the town-was shot,/up t>y
    -: North,American,,'and.six members'-of' masked mob of,.men. who,-rod.,thereat Newton IL Brook& superintendent of The city makes the ohargaihat the his brother Joseph Balloux.: made the Creek-Mich Read .The;..RoeII'W.UYIJI.III _

    -,, the ......toe. the newspaper ehar alght- . foreign malls of the postoce.do11 .,.,company.does. not,,furnish un offer of $3&0.a linger-en the suggestion : pkga. : : .
    c -of the circuit'court Is to *. transferred to a ,Bhre read the above letter. .
    t _Judgi..Button,. partnent. adulterated water and refuses payment ot the surgeons. Tte-meLwbo
    criminal libel. The char
    i with : ; declares he will'exhaust:every '..remedy subordinate position In the'-depart* of the city bill on that account.As have offered to have their fingers cut -...' appears from time to time _ _

    -*; .ee oa articles and caxtoona or, the, juellclary to proyenf,"Ahe I ment,'with Basil .Miles. of Penziaylvaniatbitd -' drawn from' a hydrant. a'glass of pa are Robert E. 'Robblas.; W .. are genuine. true, 'and. fall of

    \'r? .u. .*" lght-ridlng spirit, from'' let ..,.. nold ,. secretary of embassy. '' M.Ber.. MlasourilRlvar'water.fMinotW seentamvsdi Thompson, O.' B...Mansergeran&'amn \ 'Intoreet:. :, 0'J' 11 ,..
    '\ .<" tin as his successor.. a.-. """ ., himself '- ', .:- r'. ' -' ._' At
    .' '' -r JiaUJ, it. :" :; ',' :!: ::.1 "'" signing., .--.WWT--,_ 'D."l .... "' ,, "' ," !I! ,,:i', :jO'" -"
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    ', TO ADVElnstJLUIIA .LSaw+w" - -: ." .._'"tMIH.-'teoI.1jaatcIrr: Bar. r- rest'worth; ,ntf ib cit. whit*. .COFFEE /1"

    A ,man who, on a wager7ol:; "$8,001. f a*..... Anewly-married, .tnaa, soon''c1",not sbellaa! and ar ply a coat lo, Jhe:brokn -' ft stale rfe bras laths! sua.hl.e, leltlajg j its.. .b.dew '
    I. : Is jtwaikinsaround the United States, ....' parts. Let dry 15"minutes then HANG ;
    tub then
    '' Stele's Pos- -vslnci-aa close to tbe- coastline as tfcbutts plea.. tan .. or waters servo tlte wsftr1weeps(. .
    Proposition to Tell of : bes lops to apply a second coat and press brc*: '
    abilities Northern Papers l...aslble/ 'arrived' In' penaacola from She Ult" to"'Wp "NIl' with en parts .tozetner. While 'shellac li tnake I. the M.nal was; Kiln? chrsp lerr-grade. .bulk .r tan*
    :. JackBOnvUle )ie. Buffered In '
    ..Jfas*. "- making this part ot the Journey severely and rlbbcoe aM haag"em about the flat-. moist wipe over mended parts will ,/.,", The'reialtwlllbepractlcallylh.' ; Male Built, 1ft

    F .t"",. .. : was jailed for 10 days at a small -Wa.hlogtoni piece of .cloth wet with wood or pure BY BOARD OF TRADE town on-a"charge of-Tagrancy I alcohol -to remove surplus 'thellac
    FAVORED < s4vfen.'DmtaopNerots.iK.e.ersper.mweutlycured 08nl... LUZIANNE'' COFFEE jut
    ; ; Former'' City Tar Collector Z. P. JTr ,! I'\have mended a -valuable orleclfalglobe : .17 can ,
    1 t by Dr KUn'.Great Nervesstprer. ,sty
    Freeman Tampa, who' was recently sad. '; .a haa'd. palnt.eel'cracker' Jar;
    trial free.J
    n" bettle treatise LB"E
    PiJUtwrg. CJ. u.o,", N.w YOlk' ,arrested on -charge of having a >-,,H..$1llnq Ld.flBI Arch" ...f'hllaq! Pa.Jlowh a Bohemian glass bon bon rdbh,, besides H> VERY WH IRE The RetlT-T.yter' Co. ti
    Philadelphia and' Cincinnati- Pap.r.r shortage In his accounts, has arranged several pieces of a dlue,set .aTe. a.L" ? x : .,, "

    to Carry Ad .rtlM_.. for a reaudlt of his books Mr. : Jolta>. mane self-conceitIn and after ot allare.In. excellent : .
    z -.... Freeman declares that there bas been after years when be happens to'come condition.years Boston use. Post I I II I, 1 I I I I I I .I.. I a .I

    4 'The proposition.before the JacksonVlllgJboard a mistake made by the city auditor In across' a love- .. letter. . be- -once' wrote)to. : .

    of trade for the bettermentof tbe statement of his account with tbe tail 'wltel- :. Greater.: NeW York. There Isn't much hope for the young % "

    JWftvsonville J( and-.tbe whole state'of city an$.that\ reaudlt will establish TWO CURES .ECZEMA. '"and 'nQ<>re man who feels sorry for blmscf:| every
    'mor. apo
    ;Florida presented by Mr. William .T tbe- fact that there is no ..cbortage. .... Of' I AM' ,r It Is thatNew crowing York Is destined ,to Ume be'' looks af his parents' rr

    Blaine of New York city, for The employes of Uncle- Sam at St. Baby Had Severe. Attack Oraad-. parent the world and AMTIDOTS9 FOB stile DlSBIASES, ..
    ing! i the slate simultaneously adveru'.1 Petersburg have established a branch father: Suffered Torments with be the greatest clty'la 'Thafs what TBTTBSIHB bi|and It Is more.,.
    d'&y"newspapers In. Boston?; of the United National Association of the Disease-Owe Recovery we-mliht as well admit It. The only Itta aID absolute ears for rearm, teller,
    Philadelphia, pntsbure, postomee Qlerks. The eh.rter. bas '- toCBtlcnra.'r question Is sow y>n' It. be a. chore rtaffworneryslp tasandall other Itching .

    and Chicago, reaching more than 5..I arrived The ofDcert are: Marcus "In 1884 Diy.frendton, a babe, bad an MOTHER for' "tie greatest city In the world" j eutiuieotts 4"_, amravaled. easesoftheeesJDIottoBs .

    $00,000 readers-at one time, Is meeting I Edwards president; Morris'- Evans, attack of eczema, and after trying the doetors to slay sot The American climate It (rlr eln Its.cures tant relief have aad been effects pbe.nomeaal.

    wlttt warm approval. Reaching ao secretary: Charles Whitney,, treasurer. to the extent of heavy bills and an in conduces to. fickleness,, and Inconstancy. permanent euro*. 60*. M dru gl.ts or t>y
    largea number of well-to-do peopleIn . Other member.. are Albert Tyleiand. .' of the ducats and suffering, J recommended Having once reached the goal jnobody j mall from 1. T. SaorTaias, Del.,: A, flu
    the north It cannot fall to be .of I ,C.. B. Hockett.\ Cutl"ra'ancl. in s few weeks wants 'anything .'more to do vsanab Ga.,
    -great benefit'to the entire elate The Tampa .Sulphur' Springs 'Traction the child was well. He is to-day, a strongman I n
    I' with If. Therefore I let Manhattan' go | 'The ma; who quarrels with Ills
    When asked how this" and free the eli_.
    absolutely from
    presentation has Ita ,
    Company signed agreement AhouJd
    to be -beau bread and butter be made to,
    w tit stow." It Is getting' .
    of Florida was to1' be accomplished, with the city 'authorities to con A few yean ago 1 contracted eccen and a .
    became whole tUII!" In the new sense and Us squalor eat his words.flicks' _
    Mlalue replied: ktruct a bridge across' the Hlllab r. an intense sufferer A win -1
    ."i bave arranged with newspapers, ough fiver into West Tampa and ter passed without one having'on' shoes .. aid vearly New York"' look are | Vapndlne Care 'V.._'. .
    ,in the six/ cities mentioned which work will begin Immediately; Tbe nearly from the knees to |the' toes being being pushed further and further out Monthly Paitu, Backache, NervoikmMeV '
    reach to covered with virulent sores. I tried many pointto and )llcadich It' Liquid. Effect Imn..-
    over 5000000. readers, print structure Is' to bea substantial steel of sight That Is a physical
    diatel Prescribed by physicians with be t'
    .., .van entlru-section In reading form, sdt'tlng with ample doctors to no purpose. Then I procuredthe : >
    bridge and will be made Cuticura Remedies and found immediate ' It* credit.-postonJterald.Oettlng reeks tOe. 2ie. aad 60o.. at drug etor'A -.
    torthtbo growth and greatness foot '
    : room for electric car and passenger
    .tbe, industrial,, commercial and agricultural service across It. improvement and' final I cure. M. W. rich quick Is a.. -dlLicult as baunfed, house has shades Insteadof '
    LaRue 848 Seventh St., Louisville. Ky.. !I cuctalnm. a r
    advantages and opportunitiesof
    and exciting _
    It is
    A ball witted convict by the name dangerous
    .April 23 and May 14, 1907. '
    the slate\ each rltr and tak-
    '< county the
    of Floyd Williams' was hilled. by i 1rr
    ,' .ex- guard at tbe turpentine null of W. L. Never judge a man by the talk. be Take the Place of Calomeld1m.fle.11m

    Wllkenson, located. north of St.. Pet lets out In his own behalf.Mrs. .. .i ..... IN>I- seller LmadlReYo. .
    t, ,tafjr n of the eritlre!' state 'set llghtl// Tbe convict bad been con'Laed ........1x1,. tsar ..eA.nhs. 810101.....
    the various- communities and ersburg. )_ I'mn.., tiled II r... 1 oDMlMHr m ut t..rer ...n.a..
    upon to< tbe cnmp life for some time, .Wlnalow' 800tblng Syrup for Chfldrei I ,t k* Ollctlon.. *_... :
    I pcmI..e.0 ........ . ., ..
    .. give all. parts of the state representation teothingsoftensthernnuiroduoe| lnOamniav.Uon LI.n Pill'* .1. 1" >wk
    : but was an exemplary prisoner. He .Clinr . | Ik
    v"' The "pia II 'Is cooperative, a wished to be free again, a id declared ,allays pain,on roe wind colic,8Bc a bottle How.manyAmerican.women in thel bowel l nil Mr it.k q the to WI bMWir.k.N fM.lm l>.r >.,:Ji IBM. .app '
    community ef Interest and unity of ------ .homes ,today' long for this "M fh.nlIv4l'lo. lonely. : /Here. .
    ef.1 be' would rather be dead A dollar In your hand Is better thantwo : roe wt drink or do. frio* -U Irq\-
    -Increase the
    fort. population the lie was' convicted from blessing to come into their lives and yovr saleeerd taoI f torn
    wealth of all sections of the state. It camp in-Another's pocket. ; JR.. WAYCROaa GA. the brvsth teeth mouth and body
    J.M. YOUNG.
    !: i Key West and had been In the. Wll-. to bo able to utter these words, but sntlseptloslly clean and lreelrom uax
    would cost any city county or sectionover !kenson camp for several months. To Drive Out''' Malaria and Build U| : because of'some organic derange healthy (.....liI.and disagreeable odors
    $ OOOO In postage, stamps.alone
    tor reach the same number of readers Nina ,Quarlaro, 'aged IS. an 'Italian tbe System .merit this happiness Is denied them. which water,ooapaad tooth preparations. }
    t that tbey -can reach In this Florida girl was run down and seriously Injured Take the Old Standard Oaova's TASTSV. Every.-woman Interested in this BOILERS STACKS aloas cannot do. A t ,
    >? section In a1' most Interesting and atlijpikU -I by a street carat Tampa. The Leas CHILI. Tosio. You know what :yon : subject should know that prepamr'Lion I |.rmcid! .L' dlsla* ;J\ {
    over the little girl's .left are taking. The formula Is plainly-printed maternity looting and deodorsingtoll.trequlsito*
    i 've form for a very reaBona.ble car passed for healthy Pumps,"Heaters,. Injectors Engine
    is is
    leg and !It had to be amputated at the on every bottle showing it simply Quinine '. ( .
    If.! 'Cost I and Iron in a tasteless form, and the accomplished by the1se Buppllea Public M-lla" |. '
    '.This Florida section Is to be printed knee; moat effectual form., for grown people Uotela, Worrks.rTry ot.exceptional .a. l

    Ir I : In these six cities early in the sea-l 1 i To 'bond Escambla county for an and children. !Mo. LYDIAEPINKHAM'SVEGETABLE LOMBARD IRON WORKS,*ktBH.U Senesce Inrtlaable aad eeoa II
    'eon and will\ bring a Ime of tourist amount sufficient to build bard roads COMPOUNDMrs. omy.
    A train of thought should not be
    for InOtned ,
    I411ititravel. and Iin section of the eyes
    speculative Investment : western county
    allowed to run wild throat and..... and
    i. people coming into the state to settle and to construct a bridge across Per- : Maggie Gilmer of West CURED
    ;:;L. and agricultural pursuits, also commerce of Pebsacola and boardof euros sore eyes: or granulated lids Don't "I was greatly: rundown In health 9.P lJig! drat stores SO _t., or'
    skilled and common labor.of, the bet;,' county commissioners In order hurt feels good;get the genuine in red box. from a "weakness peculiar to my sex, M1 by mail, postpaid. .' -4

    I VT; 'ter elate, such as bas never been seen that the trade of Baldwin county, Ala., About vacation the most when Lydia E; nkham' a Vegetable .. _ _
    lljlj.I ..In any state In the union. It If only I may be brought to Pensacola. To accomplish thug'a Is the planning thereof. Compound wa reeommende me. It darat effects,. B.rwrmanvnt Trial. treatment cure t Urn Trial Sate j

    t: Jlece' sary that FlorIda be fully and this task will require the expenditure not only restored me to perfect health In glee,..SOday.....J>I..hl"lrCIIa be fairer WITH"'U*tTM"... SK.*"TV" .... ....9n.sot
    ..u..,properly represented to accomplish of $%00.000 or more as the Do Tour Feat Aetia and ..ran ,but to my delight I am. mother."j Write Dr.H.H. .....'Sens.ectaUsU. TOILET CO. Bnt.. MIlL
    & t tW*--result" I desire Is to build roads of a lasting Shake Into your shoes Allen's Foot-Ease,"a :Mrs.Josephine IIallof Bardstowh, Bw a AtU.ta.6rAt THE PAXTON ,

    ed. tl a meeting of.-the Jacksonville nature, even though the Improved paving powder for the feet. It makes light'or Ky-writes:" ,. ,
    -board of trade resolutions were passed Is necessary,. and the'only means new' shoes feel easy. Cures Oorns, Bnnlnna. ('I was a very great' suffered from )

    :' endorsing! Mr. Dlaln '1 plan of raising thin amount Is to bond the and Swollen Ingrowing, Hot, Smarting Kails. Hold and by Sweating all druggista Feet female troubles, and physician failedto BIRMINGHAM SEMINARY

    WANT DEEP lATER HARBOR. county; and shoe US eta Sample. sent FRBB. help me. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable .'
    Passenger tr.lnJo.. $4, of the Sea Address Allen Olmsted,, LeRoy, N. Y. Compound not only restored meta BIRMINGHAM ,ALABAMA. ......
    board Air Line railway northboundfrom perfect health,but I am now a proud U.aI .,,"eol for 0..1. ada Yeaar La.I. 5se. .dla. .ptl. Seen-' '
    ..'Committee. cf Citizens 0,1.11. lomel ....F o."ld "0"" "." ..r'. .. h.aloa.; ovof door t'
    Into TUB FUN. mother. .... ... ... MMMIS .belle.MOmh.r' r
    Center with Government Officials. Jacksonville ran an open SPOILING ..11.. any ei.nrt.ra. YIN< snouts rapvilor. Meat .
    \. ...._..". -for and foil pMtlc l.r. address '
    switch near Tutee striking a coal car possibly WOMEN.
    FOR C
    St., Petersburg Fla-Lleut. Col. H.; "But Michael can't you FACTS. Sly MISS LOUUECOMPTOM.Prindp 1723 Fifth A:.., Mmlafliam. Ala ,
    Beach and badly I damaging thetrain.. The manage fo live with your wife..with For.thirty'years Lydia E. linkham's -
    sr.v ot Jacksonville, division englnir -
    fireman on the train was killed and "'
    leer pf the United Statesor the elate outft..btlncT' Vegetable Compound, made
    several passengers were injured.At I can''UppIl1.IADdon .- ot from roots and herbs has been'tho
    w of Florida and assistant engineer well, no. mum. ,
    '?, CaJdwell, of Tampa have been In con-j a meeting -of the CommercialClub Opinion. standard remedy for thousands'
    ::TR'fitliatlon:,' with the mayor and other! of Key West the custom of and has positively cured
    :": Lens of St. Petersburg Interested j cigar manufacturers of the ether wAI1T6D< women who have been troubled with

    In the Improvement of the water front Florida cities using the name "Key Several small business and manufacturing disi/laccnienta, inflammation, ulceration r
    West" on their labels was condemned towai-lnduoements,.
    ;of8t. Petersburg. Many polpts were
    "" 'and will be Investigated. A labelreading financial aanlsla-ioe, etc; fibroid tumors, irregularities, .
    K 'dlscussed by the gentlemen Beach who comSrpoBed "Cle 'r Havanoa Filler" made L. EDMUXDSOX Baymbnd: ;fla. periodic ,pnlns;. backache, that bear
    tbe meeting and Mr. answered .
    I at WestFla.. exhibited. ing-down feeling, flatulency,Indi 'estiondizzlnesa -
    and explained many points Key was [ You can' learn more about a people' $ '' 1 .
    concerning the rights of the city (n I The cigars sold under this label are Ideas of.what constitutes the virtues or nervous prostration FOR''MEN *... toP ...... IIMS He etyte.,tft Ma*..... '

    :'compelling'the' ;;various property own,41'S -' made ,In Tampa. by studying their epitaphs rather than. Why don't you try it ? I te wan eeae and. eeaifuit....,....Tbe foot diflar rate b.thur......n..l:.:the:proMr mkotm Hn...eSsaCEMCk

    of Ins water lots,, to-clean up and The city, council ot Lakeland ha. heir'.Hes.IS. Mrs. Ptnkham invites all sick ...-. Ilea In the fcet that Utey an mad a epeelal natural luul......
    raen in a pleasant manner the lots passed. an ordinance calling for an women< to write her for advice.! .......L They At ._etlF. end fee that nmmmn aN aibealM r --....... ,r '

    P cop; !)'ollep by" them. Mr. Beach said election for the Issuance of city bends. ,\ U. o.n..I.Bo..., of Atlanta Cle., are ; She has guided thousands to readily Look tar,write the UbcL ne for dlrectiene If y.. io mot bow end b earn __ Maa.. ... "
    /'that: the government would:establish The amount of the proposed Issue. Is, the. only sue essful Dropsy Specialists, IB tbe health. Address Lynn, !tla...
    .* harbor.line at the request of the MO.OOOand If passed will be-used for world. See their liberal offer la advertise-' PRED. P.. FIELD CO..'Br clctoa), flaf.,
    in moat tt another eoluma of this paper. Some men walk as If they needed emat tatg
    'batty, but tbe government would do no street Improvements new schools, i ii
    I and glasses and some others walk as .if
    work Inside that established line. In extending-water 14gbteystems.
    AND ..NO .ClIAROm. EITHER. they had taken too many.BOVTV.ns.BETws. ... .
    -'Ue past years there baa been meal I It Is reported that water, for stock bustaeM U Miss Gaddle li?" '"'"'
    rhea from those who live up and"dOwn I"' very scarce In Marlon 4-ounty'and "What .' THK TOES '. '
    ." the coast on the mainland and I that Lake Wler is lower than ever "Oh toe'. In everybody',bualnes., Are often more painful than the hard ofces ". .s'I

    e, pennlnsular to do trading and' known before. The rains aeem to be "Wholesale\ ; ehf on top. As.orr's'sa.r IHDIAK oornn rAix-r i i J. :
    ';; coerce' with St. Petersburg The unequally distributed Ibis season. "Yes, except when it'oomea to a will wall.banlonj ore, ".' ';

    .'complaint. bar been that water here Colonel T. J. Appleyard, editor of bit, of SMaUMlal; She retails that."-" callous, ,spots and ladnrattons of the ..kJa.a I IIipS.ectet: : r. r

    ,was:iKr'1eep enough to accommodate. the. Lake City Index was at Denver 'Tbe Catholic Standard and Time U euros to stay eared." ale at druggists I I t
    'thetfcoat* that wished to enter. Theo attending the democratic national convention or by maiL Tsc ABBOTT Co., BsTannah Oa I

    .;..neeUng will probably give new Impel- lie was one of Governor PROOF! FOIL TWO CENTS. Never borrow a crowbar for''' 'the 1 : ; .' ,tv f .
    ea.t0: the' beautifying of the waterfront Johnson's managers In Ills campaign. ... affairs'' '
    ,. and also start tbe ball rolling for the presidency. Tbe Index claims If You Suffer With Yonr Kidneys and others.purpose of. prying Into the of!I
    formatting of a deep water port-of St. .
    to. have been tbe first paper that suggested 'roc
    *- Back Write to'"fbb Man.O. 1
    ,'Petersburg. t Governor Johnson's name'for What a Poaltry Man Says About 2OI I Of good health is we3l 1 ordered liver.

    ;t'f 'OYfKNMf11T.IS CRITICIZED. that honor '. < W. Wlnney. Medina. N, .T.,',Incerers Mole Team Borax. ct

    ;, The naval.stores committee of the vltes kidney still to write to him. As 1 am In the poultry business, I NUBIAN TEA brings immediate '
    ( r
    'I w; tI...lng.Jl'f: ;; 200 Acres 41' Santa Rosa Jacksonville board of- trade has elected To all who enclose had ten white chicks to wash and relief., Cures tendency to constipatiOn

    '"'.," ? .Islandy Causes Comment George L. Drew permanent chairman postage he will reply prepare for a show. I used "26( -Mnle and restores normal conditions Pleasant to take,'effectiveand

    -ipensacola., Fla.What has caused and-C. ii. Kodgers, vice presi : telling how, Team Soap for washing the birds, '' leaves none of the bad results of-calomel and other r

    .much comment and In some quarters dent. Dean's Kidney Pills and I cpn say from years of eiper- violent remedies Proved by the experience ottwenty years '
    Unfavorable; criticism was the an-, jQ. P. Jackson of DeLand W.;J. Wilson cured him after be .
    |''..llOunoemont this morning that the 'of Green Cove Springs, A. 11.lloyt bad doctored and lenbe washing.white-birds, ne'Yer: before , to be a most valuable liver regulator.l Thousands,, testifyto .

    ' 'United States government bad called I of'Jacksonville, are the Incorporators bad been In two dlfJerent'thospltala have I found a soap or Borax: its efficiency.\ Read the following:.,

    for. Wd for leasing of 200 acres ofranta ot the Florida National Tobacco for that cleaned my birds so fine- and '' Ga=: It is the finest medicine I ever saw, and a'
    Rosa island, which |n just company, with a. capital of $1,000,000.Pensacola eaay. I had a great deal of comment: :' 'Ludowldl er. It takes the place of calomel and all
    .'across the.bay from Peasacola. This will have much cheaper eighteen .months. on toy birds be'; white. :J. A: ', 'other purgatives.. C. J. McDonald'I
    ')and la a portion of the military resK.s telephone r' rates 'In the Suture The t suffering Intense Diowlddl, New Market/: nll. i AU dealers sell it. Manufactured by1 i

    >rvation. lust the tact that the governf .- mayor and -council of Cb.t"(city have, pl&ln'1m 'the back All dealers%;' J and 6 lb. cartons.Sample'Vaol SPENCER MEDICINE 'COMPANYChattanesga '

    '.tent Intends! leasing it' to private parr signed an' agreement with the tele C lameness twinges- booklet,., :Go; Pacing I r
    ties caused the due to the ) ra''Wheb stooping or T.aL' j
    comment which i .
    phone company In sweeping ; Coast Borax: ".fact 4hat If such a, plan I. carried out cuts were made In.return for favor lilting, languor dlzsy spells and rheumatism. . ; j

    .'"( securing the lease 'will atop granted by tbe city ". "Before I used Doan's KId- RESQRTB. .
    ..'Qha' landing of boats on .the Island .
    rJras; preventing thousands of rest- Bradford county -Is boasting' or its ner Pills says Mr. Wlnney. "I Air* Knlc>e.-iWhere will you \IOOt! IAIV
    weighed 143. After taking 10 or 13 ,.
    |,,7dentsfrom- enjoying bathing In thej big.crop, and It- has plenty pigs to the sumrasr.*' : ,
    It and insure abundance of boxes I weighed 162 and was com-
    this haa ulf.: For-/ many years point iMrs. Bockeir- Jack: wayst_ dependson
    en' visited by residents because of and hominy. pletely cured. Chicago''' and Denver.-New York tt. L ,
    iUu. .fact=-f hat .U is. the only placehsrbere Tbe Sea Island cotton'men are smiling Sold by all deslers., 60 cents a box. Suu. "" r ( -'O8)) lADJES..TG '
    bathing; In the gulf can be en- for this hot sun Is giving them Foster-Mllbum Co', Buffalo N. Y. [ tw
    .: : the pick of their' rop. As soon as the .. ..- ,4A SCICNTIFIO TREATMENT FOR .WANTEDa ITE TO US'

    Jacksonville -warehouse' Is completed |X>N'T STARCH TABLE LINEN; Whiskey Ji Drugs Clgarslti and Tobacco Habits. .-to baadle. o>*

    'y,,-.. CUSTOM BOISE BOOKS there will be a rush ,to Increase the, A well known authority says that 1\-, \:.! ,. 'jftWk KKUnHSTHEMIA, MXBTB' : :E.XS A. U.STrON.. AdalalsteredIby i .. "ovd.Mia..'.west Vim''are-J.Me'' +,+

    Siqtho'w" Large :Itncrease Aln Business at acreage, table linen ,_hould never bestarched., ;! Speelallnts for thirty ..... Correspoadenoe eoaHdestlal. ::t T e=-sampier Net tUMBMrll aVar loymir 15..rtlef.frlMuU
    r--" Pensacola.SPensaoola St.Johns county la doing 'Its part It Is a. common mistake that many (UI"' ] *r Oaly Kley astllvte In OQrslm I M'fW.dola. >.ihl. w. MT-"OIl litawally' in"A-

    ,:' Fla.-When the l books toward having a 4r t-cla.s band-sur housekeepers 'make and not/hlng/ so 1229 Woodward Ave., ATLANTAGA.: ....-... ".P.UtMPIIIODOR lr r-<..nh .srse CO..Mew. erk. 6>

    )K-th.! custom house closed July. 1, faced road between' St. Augustine and detracts from the appearance and life H ...oJ _' '" _ ___. m ----- a
    Qcladlnff 'the rascal year's business Jacksonville.Northern. autolsts will, of handsome linen sa stsroh.; r'Elbow't ,
    twas;: ton( ,d that the value of exports : Bnd something doing. down this way. gresse** Is all that ODe needs to make '
    )0&-. tbe>Ci>ort bad .exceeded $20,000- next' ,;:winter.. ,. tbe proper-kind ot linen stiff.. IIhould ;r : ':'n 5 Malaria Causes Loss. 'of' Appetite .:
    0-tha largest ever known Id the,his- 4. The: rat* >of' taxation ,, for his year '. be'.Ironed damp, to get the i .. : : .
    .the port.l.The hereto -Valucla. county-ban. been fixed at
    0( largest
    ; fine sateen daracterlstki of well Tte'Old StandM GROWS TASTELESS CttllX'TONIC drives Malaria aDd builds
    so out
    Jere was 19000000. -. ''I mill for' general revenue 6 mills up the-
    : ;- Tbe number of entrances and clear- for schools, 1-2'mill "tor fine and forfeiture laundered linen. If It Is Ironed when system.' You know what you are taking. The formula i. plainty printed on every bottle, showing; It

    aea it.-also showed a corresponding fund, and 6 mills for specialtax It dry or nearly so. It gets fussy..j is i simply Quinine and Iron in a tasteless, and the most effectual form. For adults and children. 50c. '
    N.' Cotton formedthe'.principal : for bard roads; Total; is 1.2 mills. '-'American: Cultivator. v

    *'of''export: ,, ,lumber or timber TO this must be added 1 mills for each ; '
    ':.bowing a falling off compared to prYETStyD > special/school district and the, state, -'P.l65'J1b. fAi ; ,. .j I .

    ti\'..'\Wow./'..,.........,,:rart. .JgACTlONKANCHISE.: '- .0,; things'.that assessment.-Not 'the. least coming'(/c.If the along mangy"to make new A' m, ta, : n Oft..I'ofC" O tt._ on: College: ;

    f .r: YJg'rbf} Tamps DI..oWn'; Es> Gainesville more attractive, 'is Its : ,

    ,_ g' . rors In Ordinance: new Masonictemple,, a structure .,
    a, Frank L.'Wingyl.Mty which. ,co.t.17.000 and which will 1 'i1EKILLEDQ'EYIIGLE; ;GA. :
    vetoed the ordinance pa..- be, one of ..lhe' most handsome buildings iM ."

    .a(.. Ue last .meeting of. the city in the state. 'The. building will For tile education of'Farmers Clerks Merchant's;Warehousemen Cotton Manufacturers '
    Buyers and all others d
    l'' granting a franchise'to the be completed early In JanuarysThe''mysteriomLdisappearance : ,.
    Traction or old .who'are unable to and 'purthe'coirect: valuation "W"; ?
    ulphur Sprints com. -of young ; classify 18 R.ADES'OF COTTON, n.1. ,
    ' construct albrldffe across the Julius .AV.Jackson who has been missing
    ugh rireri, at Michigan ave from home at i Wellborn since July willTb Day Scholarships. in'ur Sample Rooms*' r'.IIx..weekl' Correspondence, Course ,. under expert cotton then'.

    ..vxn e Y'mayor errors declared,of omission thatr: there. andoll'.b1" body.'\ln4..b1'2- was. cleared 'when. Sheriff the dead.Ricke'man's,son' .-=t 'your' Big;'demand for cotton graders_and cotton buyers." SESSION OPENS: SEPT' ,:1st.. Corresponds; u: '

    tbe ordiaance which and. Deputy Morgan lust cotton ....Id ence. .Course yeaj- round.,, Write,at'jonce', oi''fa' >ithepar rtfcuta I., -" ,:
    gnlibect' the-city costly'legls- about''olle' hundred yards from the ' e v s ' ,
    'two : ; t'J Jr.\: .1' ,': -: : '- t r. 0' ;] I .
    ':. -to ,? _. house: oX the murdered' ,.man., 4s ,...

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    COUNTY -SCIONS IN property levied upon for that ail purp real().e and; personal. tbeuoe along section northwesterly line to along Reedy Reedy creek 1 (I: 11), ) DOlOR N" rrIOEe

    Whereas It. has been ascertained aoddew..mlDed MONTHLY SESSION raise arid Davenport creelr, thence along FolloO' hereby limn that' ties! tollo..I".411...." land, or *o much", thereof wtRuouww.ry
    that U 1s necesssrj lo to I'.' the amount due fur teas herein ant .....-1... the ame. together wlj
    P0454.39for roads and bridges, it Is l>a".n,101'creek to the western bound- i tlu'h .aW ....,adverU.log.-will be .>ldat public ._lIon on tb.Srd day of Au fuel, A. ,
    r -_- ordered that a levy of oi mills on the ary of the county, thence smith to the; KI..hnll11"; la the Coy sty of OecoolB. and'BUte of Florida.
    southwest corner Of .t ?"$ s r :87 e, thence ... .
    dollar be levied all real estateand -------- ---- --, ---- --- .
    ( Concluded from Ul "''f'' k. ) upon east along the south" lined f said j I' ,
    r personal property for that purpose ___ . I . ) ,
    l township to,the southeast'corner, ..of ; j , bill were 8PI'.I'U\t'll : REAL ESTATE '
    same, thence southeasterly along the i DEBCRIPTION OF LAN t OWNER: ,
    g, and warrants ordered drawn: Whereas It has been aocerkMlfied and county line to the southwest corner of 1 Lr

    a 4.Walter K. UrauonJ. U.-e.r;. JomrMMU- . et f I, 40 M determined raise$248.47 that for It Is fines necessary and forfeitures to tp: 27 a r 2V e; thence east to Lake Cypress j . .

    8. Stratum ? A Umi of ..11tmllH thence northeasterly' alongiheshore B'ne"! . .... .. .. .. :. .. . .. . Ie 211I. lie '110 R.Ta. B C1 '
    ? . i.. i. ..,.. ..I'r f lk'. Aud "; M on the dollar be levied UIMJH all thence northerly said canal KISSIMMEE FLORIDA of ,.eI1."" ne" o nwj..T, ;: -nilia Ns tq bhl..r L K: isNwi
    P A v....Ariww.l.w.l..vh.a. . U real and |>erllonal' 4>roperty fur that along to. . { ..f ( .. .. . . .. .. d a.t tee ,,40 nn W .1 g
    Y.rm Lake Tohopekallga, and thence north -- - --- - -- h
    w.'yaaaupbPour daw .. ... .. .I------- . 6 a/ aju.v N/e 40 llancwik Allen.M .
    'e .nd care of pauper'KlaatmiTMie EAMI 7at purpose; westerly along the shore of said lake CARSON Iut I ofnwI4" .... .. .. . .... .. . s< :! Ktomt > Thomngu-Ji oHO w 1
    '. Tel. Co "ta'"hon. .. ?tf Whereas It has been ttsuei-talned and to the place 1 of beginning.An W. W ,.D. D. S.I 8.14 of mU 4... uw!< of kwi) of .e! K.... h.. I'lirht t:..., il..hta, Jail. III Nw' ..r. !ae)4.) . . 1A MM IMo. lo John 1. 8 .
    W. R. John....... ..I'.. iuHne to, MatC vtooIX determined that it Is necessary to raise Nw.l 7 **. .-a..r . .... .. ... ........ . 16.Ilia l /IIe'.O! Bam Lilly. .
    F. P... .tt, _...0' Jail -. '. ..., K .3.447.1MJ for County "Special' Fund1l Ordl : DNTAt PAPLOR) Nw'' etf ;, .. .. . . .. . I. Itl.: SO. tee 40 Ba>* Arnold :
    ellJ BaadyTB* Col'ronm l i tit 87Mra. n.tuce. . .
    Cllwwt. .. SIll 77 Is ordered that a tax of 2 mill on the b14ofeal" I. gse IIIIa411 tblllerFJC5wsfica.eytdet .
    M. I* oi.wJe.1.ulsea/ .
    (iaaetM, prNiUni. .. .. JZ 40 dollar be levied upon all real and AN ORDINANCE Re nilatln Uw Uaauf I'oulor AT ORAVStONsi MOTKL a* tar of noU( of'ewU and rune u Tilyd .
    t !: ". .. ... . M 60Ml personal property for that purpose; Billiard. TaUaaor -. by Minor.. w IBM yjji s 70 yd*e !MO -W-
    o Stanford Co. beddlnsTor juror 40K r e&a tonine:: o
    H Whereas aleo beic 4 na oor of *vA4 .
    of I'iipllu Instruction BE IT OT
    Board OFTIIE
    K A :=Ltamb.r4nlumbr: :: 1.:':; -; 1 'f.I! ;Jthe ORDAINEQ THE C'OCKCH. OFFIOB HOURS j 8 TO 12 "MO.." a :-fJO yne w Xl'yd* B 220 yd .i Jo 'd.... .211. Vm tee 107 Chandlers Melt 'd Le
    .. has requested the Board of !: 1'OWN OF. KlHHl'ilMKK MTYIReatlon .t TO 5. .a. Lot 'I Henry, Addaraou'a, sub dlv, of
    R U DrUnrer.._ help J. 4* U 00, County Comrajttslouers' to raise a tax 1. It hall .ba unlawful for any minortoplaratanr'tlmaUta I '4 <>fiiwU.. .. .. ... ... .. ..:; lIS .8 6f tae t Robert Reddlo, .... M
    J Iipr.v.u. repatrlnapump e Lola !M and UA Addenon'. 'y
    3<: K LOIIB, haullna fertillier, 12 A\)) the dollar for. school purposes and the In any room wherein, a pool or billiard tabla I* t 11 . .. .. .. . ,, . 1A IN"lie M Mann Oee W J. bl"\ 1
    JMI>... .\em lertiIlIWr. . .. If,1'I orT"' Board of Countv Commissioners find !, kept for public ...*;or to ontor.frequent or luting DENTIST .J 1Itt.or.! .." ... "" 8moo: lICe 0.8..U..nWJ{ :.
    Z Roberaun. praachptton pauper E m of n.,U Auiii'nji of uen'of Aj-t' o 4in 2ho wio loo Carroll OI .,
    such reasonable It Is ordered bout where
    V t H A. WIIDa.w Co ?. l21 request any room pool or billiard tabla are 11 Loll ilIo lIOn (oil BulllvanWIf.\ if.
    L T W Kill: kalnomlnlnir "11' un that a tax of 7'mills on the'dollar' be for the of the after of A lUofVioiiWUof'aoW" !'"' u
    uoe public the hour Office over Orlando Bank and Trust .. III z.,. ate 10 Unknown .. .
    7 W R.-. bulldlnjr fens fit 'e levied. for that purpose; p. m and any minor violating\ Mil aocilon\ shall Kit "f ItW" Ctr wjto! eel'' . II 2Tat Wallkl() 6 Simmons W ti.: ., p
    Campbell, Inapeeter wet ,and. drySCO 111II,1 Co. Phone 73. : N"'O'DW! : '( ..... . .., a., 2ho 40 .Snlllran Bud u. .
    be Imprlaonmanfc
    punUtvod by for nofmort .
    4 It Is ordered that ati occupational Noof' ae'41ae' 1 beg.' na cor ofno neiof
    Drown .
    t roadauppiino . 1V (HI : Bridge and Poruele&n work
    Mow ao. tax of M per cent of the amount prescribed thirty.daya/or by a fine of not moo than one hundred <4 of net i )< and rum w I.It 'tU ftilrf e
    Klwlmmae DruaT Co. medlcroe mulea 1 01' of the State for dollarm.or bf boUt such line and Imprlaon- Specialty I ft a siu ft . . II'l ton Me KR Unknown et
    -, (]eo w Overetreet. pay roll road hand 1fM\ fWM> by the Statutes 8.-Uof .4'k.! ... .. . 8 2ho Wo2UO 40 Himmoni Audrewj, I
    r a K..I....... UimberUo: lumber m .d. . occupational tax be levied upon ment.Sec.2. .Norp Those desiring my net vices wu of awry .. hug .w cor run a HO. K
    ,A Water *. 4 anwn Ura Co feed mate ; 7$ 13 ,persons engaued In an}; .such occupations Whoever, being the owner pewee or should<< make arraogmenti. in advance 7dse21urdse140ydew210yde, .'". 7 2I\a WlllliRE: .. .
    .. Walter Baa. Sr-vMt par farm. Y A 00 011 and the collector la. directedto keener of any pool or billiard. table kept for the Nl o'nwi.! ...'' ,. : .. .. 120e i 290 UO FrankUn Frank.iLanlcr I
    W H Nettlea. reroin bridiraAndrew .. .. '
    Net N ale: 2\'e 40 J It Br ., i 1
    aimmona, repair brio"1' collect said tax in the same manner nee of the public. allow any minor to play at anytime ORLANDO, FLA. Nay of O"t'. ,k. . 17... 29. 40 Ieden Mn P E.: ..., . ta ,
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    W Bt'lay. map oounty. . .. H4KH> ) aa he would collect for the State pro the rant of pool or-billiard. ,or to enter, frequent Nw'4' of a14' ... . . . 4. 27* 2Ion 40 Bronenn W M. .. ?
    ft to
    J W pllyer. -r Inn -- or lounge about such", pool or billiard Nei4 of ..,. t 26., 1He 40 Bsr. T A.r.+
    .7_L O.r.trw.E Ilaw l IM>li.. : 41* IK vlded'that (If by law the counties are room DR. LESLIE 'W WEEDDN NJsofnw4ies.beQ! l 7.ilehieof'nwos' e t
    W B Maklneim Co: hardware aoplia. AMIMI permitted to levy a !greater percent afar Bald hour of a p. m., shall be punbhod by . runneoclma lOclii.w I Aohi lOohi. 12 '!de' an. 75 rioerrn rS \. . . --2W
    K: L Lealey.coat, "circuit, oeurt.K 711 than ro percent of such Stale tax, thtfn Imprisonment for not more than city. day. or by wide: off* -
    : l : :
    W674HKX endal.ohot4lea.IBaoros
    ', L !
    : i float eourti
    alay. a An*of not more than two hundred dollar, by Ear In nwnor'owned
    .. Moan, eatery and onata. the Collector Is ordered to collect. the or Specialist-Eyje, l b7 Hlaa Mlnnlo Maanlny and '.
    .1'' .41 J f .......U. lead nrieoner.. *l.tO full amount authorized.) both tuoh fine and bnpriapnment. /II' acres luaw uorowa. . ?" 43 F, oomnaletione 1 on (nnea *..1..1.e | The following! levy was authometi i See 8. All ordinanos.or part of ordinance 'Nose and throat..... Bill( and I acre aquart In se ourciwaod.
    .. ... 4a
    collected-' 0 ,In conflict herewith be. and the .. herebyrepealed. by Mr K C Ollror an4-l. yd nquaraluiieonr .
    F Prevail: onat county eoart: . 'K 7.t on the several suecial tax school dl. .me. .... .. .. . . .. ..... ... lit V&* 2He 110 Willis R B. i M
    J M Walker. _onmty' _rt. 14 00 trlci: -to d 1st. No. 2, 3 mills; No. 3, 3 lot 4 lo.. unttlp 4H ydi wldo oft e *ld. ; '"

    The' following pay roll was approved mills: No. 4, 3 mills.J. Passed In open( 1.0union thin 7th day of Jul)'. of said lot . .. .. .. . ...... .18 >ai. 2H* 48 1Iualor..aJ'. t N
    4t MjiyJ. warrant ordered drawn W. Oliver, county surveyor, Sled A. D. 1:..... T. W. KI.U8, Private ..Hosoital,"Amrican'N, .lies no CUT of nw1 j of; uw)< run. IW ,
    ) l 140 ydi s 440 )UK ., .. It 25a :8 lie J2H Bre..tarEW' 14J'"|
    for full amount In .favor of road superintendent the report requested of him yesterday. Prenlrtfnt Council Town of Kls.immcu, tional Bank Building. Tampa, W'ofn.Jodsw aud2nrealnaweor. 4 4> ",t "
    : which read as follows: Clt)". of .Ii of mwi4 of kwg . . u tae We iH R.IIID.YIlI08, 224
    The State of Florida of Os- Attest Florld Nw14 of uwif and *..|" of nw)( .. . . . 7' S5a 117. N9') MoNoll L . 111I
    county : F
    O. 042:! fIG .. . . .
    gA..yhlaa K r.tfc2at ''ft I. . o 25* 27* 110 McNeil 2111
    H'4 ass $5 ceola. To the Honorable board, of (Seal) J. K. 01LKKRi'tlcrkofasIdTown.:' tIo"4or"': '" . . . . H W. 27* to MONUIL.4.:
    ,, WWIa uaU . 1..1 i Count. Commissioners of said I 1t.J of . .. .. . . .'. 9a ,
    county. Approved by tne this din day of July A. l>. ( ne ilia 27. 40 PfrttewayNaralStoreai I
    1_ J...... t. at 1.10 72M The U \ .. .. .. ,. .. .. .. ... : I/.Jo :27* 40 Whitney Mr L. I
    following true descriptionof lion
    ORTT_ euU1vaa, IO t *t 1.1".' 10 76 a T M. KICK PHY.Maynrnf Me"! 01 ... .. .. mn Wta 57, 40 McNeil .. ... . ... J.I.
    WUI Y.tea . 17" at I';'* its Ellr. the proposed change In the Finny Ilie Town of Kluxlmmre CII,.. Nel4of.W' '. . . . .. 211 %>. 27. 40 Moral Store*oo I I
    Louie 1;....-..... 'f'f". at t.'tu( i K; Point road vlx: Commence 740 yards W. L. WINN, CUofuw'i: !, , . .. .. .. .. .,. . ... .. -.. X88H :26* 27* m MCN.ilL'. .. .. t
    t Fat Sullivan .t 1./00' w\ M .Jof ole . .. ... .... .. '
    _, : .. West of the South East: section cornerof Public af}j >" 21\00\ 274> aft H.neock.1A. :,
    t o y John OampbellJlmHall U .. at l.r.o 21 00 Road Notice. "HYNrUIAN ANUeateairo.raoaa r/Owe EON. N."or.e4.! . .. . .. . ss 2Sa 27* 40 McNeil. ....., 1
    p7 t at I.AO 14 IIHJoe Sec. 20 Tp. 20 s It ;30 e, then run and
    Notice U hereby given that I U .. the Intentionof 2(4 0'set( of nwW J r ed! of aeu snotnyL .
    Hall 4x.4" at tan 1 10 the section line orll..rWofaeU .. .. . . . .
    east on dividing sections HA 2ft\* 27* HO Horle'yTJ.H ... tl
    Joe .
    > GallArnold .... II"" at I./ill/ m AON 20 and 2tt if said township and the Board of County CommlMioner <>f Omeola ... aae.nweeorelee put A IJklat."lM.n City. .. .. . 1 2b 21'e Lewis S 0,, .. .. . .. ,I ta
    Willard t .Mina ,.::. 7 at 1 !2.\ 7ft County.,; Florida, at the next regular mectlnir of ". reoira'iry,' r........ A blk h Mary' B Morg-au'a! aab divot
    S B.... I'll" at II 2\ range to the suuti;;-east corner of said nei' of UC 4 or lot I CampbellCltj-. .. 1 an. sae 1 Ftrlck A J .
    Bronaont I'tI' at l-M 71 Mid Hoard, to he held] on Mnndiiy ho :'-rd Uay ofAuiruBt. J.nd "., 1 et
    said section 20 thence
    Jim BrwiaonOoo. team u 00 on I..".", to "" ..bll.h the folinlnrpro- NAKC0088KE.:.
    B? OvontroatHandalph ... Mi liD the section line dividing sections 21 I posed .mad ass public road: Dt) J. W. SIMPSON. sS, lot 20\ . .. . .. ". .. .. . .. HO 28. Ills I Thorns H and Evan B. .n
    Ymino I .t LM1( a liD and 28 of said township and range fof '
    1'oirinnlnr 7 id I yard went of the HKNIXDN PARK. ;1V
    Frank Tumblln .t 1.,0, S twTotal. corknor .
    H rfl | a mile to the south-east corner of I of ...,U..n aIn i lowimhlu Vti. .oulheaet. range III DENTIST.Upstairs Lad (II .. .. .. H i'i Ills -, .. Krowu H T ... W"
    r the south-west quarter of mxith-east RUNNYMEDE. .
    ( -I SOS 45 quarter of Sec. 21! Tp. 20a r.TOe where thence running cant Al tho ...ulh..I..r In Katz liulldlng.OKK.CE Iut18b112 .. . '. NwmrUEJ: ..
    Mr. J. 3. Stratum the or ew'.or' nr-'t' of nation In HaM ",w".hlp.nd WIolI1lt41, .. . . .. .. .. . . . . .. Wlnt I 1.Wlntl r'x
    h' explained to the same Intersects with the ran.... Intornrctlnv. that point the public roadbetween ,otl bike .. .. .. .. .. .. .. i .".. .
    board tbe uecemlty of a change in the present Kisslminee. and Whittler public HOURS : f} I?... m. to J2 m. 1..0161011101. ..'.. . . . . ., MssangerSI' ,. ....: IE
    Klnnev Point road, whereupon the following road. Klaiimmoe and Kaxaonirw. : old ned to { 30( to 'B:30. m. t7blk7A .. . . . . Brockway A: Krara :Bar. .
    be thirty feel. witle.. flrteen. IIon each able of Telephone No. 741 Jun I 5, Ivr, bADDITION. -....:. .-
    PV resolution wan adopted: I l
    road this 7th
    this July
    said rle.crh Hl l routeWitness KIt 101. I-1. .. . Uadley J... pbIDe. 1.wYddk
    .. Resolved, That ll'ls the' deterrninntlon 1DOH. Respectfully submitted. 1'L . . .... '('0 ......n Hllaii. '. ,t i
    ,; of the board to establish change j. W. OUVEU. my hand an ex- dhciulark' of rid .. (. -,>ml-cr'. .iiltliv n..rd..t KiMiimmeo.. Florida, this <>th ilayof July, Allblklr.: . .. .. .. . ,. . .. MilrrLB .? 30....
    'In the Flrney Point road In Township Whereupon the following{ resolution A. D. I'-KI'. K. L. I.KM.KV.: Osceola County H't lot" lands hit! H . .... Lewis II 0. 1 tit
    26 south 1 tinge :() as platted on Page. was Introduced and adopted: 8BARS' ,ADDITION.
    4flerk Circuit Court., Oiceola County. Florida. I.UitlhUB . . -. / W .tIll
    ,30 o! Book lot the Road Hoc-oord ;
    'Whereas the county surveyor, In ( 'SI TlI'VLoRiDA. illi"EUhold
    Seal) II) A TIH'H K: DONI U\:N. ) H. H.'CO.:
    I and to dUcuntlnue a portion of the accordance with Instructions given 4flf ujfMtt ItfIIt"erl'.r lot 2 l>l k r.t\ rui.a < *\ .
    Clerk I
    ..j .%17i, i-sama, and the county surveyor leF I him yesterday, has filed his report ._ .__ ._- -_ Deputy. Abstract Company U4 dvit t> 73 f i n 47 dug wTl It .4Hdeg .

    hereby Instructed! to survey said pro- and survey of the proposed..chuntre In Motice: of Attachment. .. w 75 ft a 17 deg" 011't . ,. PATRICK'S ADMTION.; Baraf R C J ,l es

    posed change: and report (Ipgtanter.lyv . the "Flnney Point public road and ., -- Lot S blk O . .. . . Han B F yAS
    The committee having pmsnd ori tho Maid report has. been approved; STATE OR FLORIDA. O8CEOLA COUNTYIN .- ,5. BULLOCK. MANA &R: I.AND8 240LATTBII. .

    1 mop prevented by Mr. W. B, Clay, ]Hesolved. That It Is the Intention of COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. ,-,-- N.. of sw!.4 '.,. J6 Vm 2,e Oraham.Ja A . -114
    H t- I Dew.w rot of ...-U ol ""'" rural v 210 'tu
    board To Overetreet. wtdxn It estate'
    accepted same and ordered warrant the-: board to make said proponed all' ma..n.eern Real I 210 fc w 210 ft 2IU fl. . Sft K'M 20o 1. )lcD rmotl Peter ". f 20
    drawn In. Ms favor for arnbunt of i change by establishing the following : Titles examined. and reported, on icK 210 ft ti of *w oar of swt of n-W _
    330. described\ rpad as a. public road: Beginning You are hereby notiflod that a Writ of Attach. Taxes paid for nonresidents ruuhcUIOflnZinftiwSIOft a MlOft 2H 2Aa a e 1 UallegberL v,. 120

    Pistol I bond" 'of'J.. B..Tlaon, was ap 740 yards west of the Boutl ment has been I..u.... airalnet ;'''''. .nd your prop Instruments relating to real estate Let I bit. 7(1 . . WKKT.. ..KIbSlUMKK. .. Filler 8amu :.... 4P
    1 'proved. east corner of Sec* lon :2O In Ip. 2(1( u rJ0 arty attached to aatuiry the demand of W. L carefully drawnCorrespondence \ .

    i' Bood as notary publlo of J. U J( e. thence running east to be south ,Moaeley amounting to .4iNow, union you C. L. BANDY. '

    Walker was also approved. east corner of the swt of set of Section hall appear before W. R lohnHtun. County" Judir Solicited. :
    Reports of various officer. no 21 lo said township and range Intersection In and nor said Bounty at hia 0111"". In Khnlmme: Tax Collector. Osceola County..,,
    enumerated elsewhere on the Sd day of Ausvat. 1 lUUH, .t ll> o'clock In .
    were' approved at that the nubllo
    _ ; __ _
    t and Bed.| road between Klssimmee and Basins forenoon. Judgment will be rendered against th.1 u *

    Tax Assessor J. L. Overitreet presented Rer said proposed road to be thirty and your property Bold to pay the debt. "
    :.;.',. his oricrinal tax assessment roll feet wide, fifteen feet on each side of Done thb 87th day or June, A; D. ISO! *. G. -IT.> JRIBB; S, -t'rOTICEL

    J jfifor! year ]iK18 and due notice having said describe3: route: also by discontinuing W. U M08ELKY. J '" it.. ,." ,'.' .. ' ,' _

    11'1'411111:1': p'Jbllcatlon"lhe: board :,. the present ,road-;rnnnlnj G':, F, KR1BBS.,t. ''ift: ., .,-..-i X i ? I 1 i ATTOBNEr-AT-__ . _ .:j. _*,a* .i __ __ ___ __ ,''. '
    : to equalize! sau>ev ,, ,The from the starting point ofabove, described i'AttomoT'V; ;:'_ .{ . .". ;\"r.1... (1/, ' : '! J4oUeiUhr. |; siren that the Board of CountstCaameabners. In and for Oaoeola 'Coast
    40een "" Office 'Tri ; Court ouse Kist their regular ins on July fth and 7th, mad. the following ralw. real And
    1' j peraonal
    late on
    being the board took are-. route northerly through Seo;' ; .A > '* '* ? ; / i '* *J*"" '' .. .. p
    ;; : a A '" '
    N't al .4 ' '
    until> 'J* .. m.; July 7, 1 1909. lions 20, 1716, tt} and 8, in said township "! T>! J'd.\ -Discharge"ak>fU;',*Z... . 1'a ,1'FY;isJmme 9 t Flonda
    Tuesday, July 7, 11(08. and range to where the same intersects : Notice .. I>".en to all whom U-macon- larn>ti aww

    ,A Board .met at 0 a. in. pursuant to with said main road from Kls Tern that six months after data t .will preaent to With. whom- will be associated n the ' '1''

    adjournment, there being Present the simmee to Basmger in said Section 9, the County.Juulea O>cola 1.0unt.1 his office trial of causes the law ftrof DESCRIPTION OF tAND."l OWNER.

    full membership' of board and those as platted on Page 30 "Book 1 of In KiBalmmee City, my acoounta. end voucher torether Massev & arlow, of

    of previoussession) The hoard then the toad Record. ( with my Anal report and ark for a .1 .. .... . .
    Orl andoWILLIAMS' !Jyofn.ofe'! T.A Bu. ,. Art.MnM 4 v* an.ft (. 2120.0 Palo
    r continued! with the equalization of the And the clerk was Instructed to give discharge: aa admlnUtrator of the estate of Annie ...... 111.110 ch. DO", ear or 0.0 ..
    tax .roll, with following, changes. alllandowners affected legal notice I I- Parker deceased lets of aaid county run westerly along public. road M.TO,
    (Printed elsewhere). that it is the Intention of the board JulI.III108. ch..6,72 N.7Veh. to Bee. I line,
    to GECV P. h'
    .. ,
    A conference KIDNEY PILLS hence n to 'b r I: Harvey. .. 8. 6. dtB0
    committee from the establish said route as a public road leiin-flm. Adrginlatratortotice. lev ae oor of Searum a 14.26 eh.w .
    Board of Public Instruction which aL the next. regular meeting of the .. Have you neglected roar KldaeynT? Have Z.81 ch. a 7.84 ch w 1.OI ch. a 7 .

    f'.was) In session at this period consisting x>ard. i . caused you overworked trouble with your four nervous kidneys and ay-item bladder and! .00;; ch. to bear aeW'and. .. ....frac'l.n'-i ef-i- Mr.lkllnalawwn. -...... I' hal. ., ao.. f $5- 16pFracts4of

    ; of lion. 'W. J. Hears, super The clerk was Instructed to obtainall Have YOU pain In loin*;; .Hide baok. groin and ewh of no u and ntof '
    .intendent, and Hon. C. A. Carson, necessary Informationregarding To all whom It may concern: bladder liars you a flabby .ppearano. of the ...)(.also be*. at center of See. '
    ? apneared before the board and called the ownership of lands affected! from That on Auiruat Brd. LION win apply to theHon. .aoe, especially under the.eymToo. frequenta run n KM)yd to lake. then return .
    detire to urine, Wllllame' Kidney ;
    r1 its attention to tbe fact that tbe Os- the abstract office .Minor Jon., Judge of the 7th Judicial 1'11I1 will p.m.cure you.-A& Oaoeola I'harrney to baa mm w IfW yd. n fO yda to talc. . } '
    lees land deeded to Ira Wetberbe I. H Cohoon . . II %lie m* 1 WX) 9MPW
    'ceo1.. High School building had been Tbe attention o} the Board being Circuit, at Tltuavlll. or wherever the oourt maybe rrloe30o. .. .. . .. JTTTind.ll. /. .. . n .... 'a* SAD.WO
    destroyed by. lire that morning and called to the fact. bet there for authority to adopt Edna Leona Wllka. Infant f4of?! aeUofaJti! and e4! of'awi4rt ( : w
    that. It were no daurhter. O. W Wllka. '. 0/ .." . . . 8 C Far-tin.. .. .... .. .. .. I9 .6. 20. *.') 1600 1SBO
    ; was very: necessary that some hydrants on the second floors-of the ::11_2X yoU enuane In na corU4 ,
    action be taken at once towards the court house building Mr. J. S. Stratton 7-a-H; ROBERT !, ROBERTS.Benedicta!! ntn' . ..... C K Franklin . .. .. .. . .. OJ :Zee SO. 40 '.,lOCO 'iMojO
    t erection of a new building, and one was appoloied committee of-one ..., h ----, -- - of *B>< of'ne'i and ..." of l>e'i .. k(
    NUBIAN bear -X(( ) ft of 210'te21Oft.C10ftwS10
    11 that-would} be r"- eat e aw' oor run n
    a credit to the county.. to have the proper fire protection ft K Franklin lift *, KMWt I Jo<> ,100 IMD]
    They explained; to. the board that urnIshed. Lot 4. . .. . . .. . J O'Worry. ... ... .. .. cs : JO. 70 0 M*]
    '. ,there could oe railed from the insurance Mr. R. 0. Meek appeared before life
    collected and 'tbe amount Ho be hoard, Inquiring of them If they ...PERSONAL PROPERTY.: -.i, '/?

    .; i spared from the regular school fund desired<< any further Insurance, .Inrol'm- Oaear Ban. . .. .. . . .. . ... ..... .. ...... .. .... .. . . ... : ) 4MO140n
    ,\be sum of '!6,090., and that., the ins them of the fact that they had a- Homer Baa*. .. . .. .. ... . . .. .. . . ... .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. ... . ,
    i "A WOMAN'S MEDldNE" GeoU Sroneop.RC .. ., ,. ., ..
    ail -T ;authority of a recent. act of the Leiria! '' t 20,000 OB the building and 92,250 on Barber .... :' : . : .. : .. .. ...: . .: : two840 290-
    Keeps : : :: : : : : :: :: : : :::: : : : :
    Jatute. the Board of County Com- -furniture.. The Board decider WraAajria Barber.< : ; : ; : ; jj. ;:; : : :

    'tnlsiioners could transfer hat W J 8 Carr . . .. : : .,. .. . . . 12UO4O4O 3
    from the this
    10'10' A was enough Insurance to a W Hopkt..*:.. ... . .. .. .. .. ... ... ... .. ... .... ....... :....,.-. . . . . .. ..' '/
    fund, money Into carry. You W o. V M Hart . . . .. .. . . . ,.
    e q>h er funds, and as there was usually Mr. W. B. Clay civil engineer 0 YOU SUFFER the Ills of womanhood.' O W Mann 'h.. : : 'f' F

    surplus In this fund that the Boards laving called the attention of the D. as so many women do suffer f Do your ?*m BummerllnWTnMT .:. . ... . <. +. DEL\j.: \ ..i.

    appropriate $4,000, which,. together Board to the fact that an error was want to set well without the nacaultr AK VVhaley .. . .. . .. . : .
    ... j J with the amount that ld raise riade In the boundaries of tbe elect I n of yatnfal.xamlaatlon.and.mbarrarln. r
    'would' enable the School Board to districts Nbs. 2 and 3, the following: ooniultatlons Do you want to take a T,1=N It Is an Th Board of County Commbatoner will meet at 10 a. m. on Aoyuat U. for tht pnrpoae <
    yv hearlnr eompUInU from tha owner"' on aarenU ot the property, the value of.whlA hare pal
    erect. acfOdlla ble y
    build I DQ'. After some resolution was introduced and legally I iremsifr right Into your .home and euroyouraelTf ,;arVl'F'lie:; chanced by them in compliance with Section: ., Chapter AfiM" Acta.1SD7. .
    a \, discussion of J.ho matter, the following adopted I Ideal C..N.

    ? resolution was Introduced<< and legally Whereas, the attention of the board .. ." By ARTHUR B. D01 .,

    adopted: bas been directed to the fact that an I J .BENEDICTAIs

    Whereas the Oaoeola High School, error occurs In the. description of the I PtANTCRS Remedy (for """ ''''' . .
    ; a "Woman's Mdlcln. A proscription ''' '''''''''''' '' .....
    building baa been destroyed by are, boundaries of election districts No. '
    rnamTbe N Irk
    of $
    a physician who study of :Female
    and It is necessary rebuild at .once, 2! and 3 as appears of record among
    t at-an estimate cost of '?0,000, the he minutes of this board on Page 6 of DlSMises his specialty. It was used Constipation C. A. CARSON' .p..a..t. N. C BRYAN.Seeretary. 11
    successfully by him In his It baa '
    pmetloe. '
    Board .f Publlo iDatructlooyarranir* Book 1 of said ,
    I minutes, and E'
    been used BaoceMfolly by thousands orwOIII.a I or :a:
    lag raise '
    to 16,000 of which amount, Whereas, inasmuch as said error is during. slaoe. Pro- ;
    Resolved, That the sum of $4.0OO beAt merely a clerical error and will not many rears Mao.. ,

    ..1 i appropriated out of available funds affect tbe voting. status of either of tows srreaalr.sul.tant.wh.n ptof slclans hare they also desli.4 found.Its>..v.1-... nosD 1
    durloir the Waters & ;
    current year towards the aid districts', trig deemed IndlgestlM i GrocerrCo.
    +. cost of said building to correct said error without delay.: ;

    Tbe !School: Board filed their. Item. Ilesolyed Tnat the aforesaid description op.ratlomBCNEDICTIIII .
    /iced/ estimates of funds necessary for of the boundaries of said M Bilious i -- Wholeaale. sad Detail Dealer. !la "
    ", a >tabU remed*. tt Tepees
    school preparation" for the year end. election districts be hereby correctedso TstT4

    k log June 30th 1909, and requested the.Hoard as to read as follows: roots herbs and barks knrfwn to possess ness and GR0cRIESCOUNTY : >

    to ley". a Lax of 7 ml Us.for District Beginning; -at nw corner properties whloa ban a woad.rf1a1C11ft".. i

    school purposes. They also filed of 125 T 27 e, thence east along; the and toole 4tSect upon the .male organ aDd

    w 1 ( Itemized estimates of ,the necessary county line to. Shingle Creek, thence erroos 67"'WIUIoII' menttonlnc u.. .iclect.,. Dyspepsia.It ,
    'y'' Amounts needed In the Special Tax south on Shingle..creek!: to its Intersection manfarms of female. troubles that women .
    snf.r. w* that there Is no trouble of this AGENTS FOB ,:
    School: Districts Nos. 2, 3 and 4, and with Bonnet creek, thence ear ,
    requested that a levy of 3 mills additional westerly along Bonnet creek ,to the klad that _****!<** will not Jann *ll.trtyr.- ,

    be made' in various Sub- north line of Section :34 In t 25 s r 21 11.,.,and flnauy Curve, II A Y I I Celebrated* Fertilizers t. 'CAATvl3'OJIAIN )

    School Districts. e, tbenpe west. along section-Una to It Is rood for tie The equalisation of tbe Tax Roll being Reedy creek thence northwesterly: BENEDICTAIs Bowels and Blood ,' E ..p"

    l.' complete Lbe matter of tbe levy along .Reedy creek to the function. of prepared oar.fnllr } scteatlfloallr, and It takes the place of calomel and leaTssno .-. Clrcailar* ague 'kie

    for, year 1907) was taken up aaa con Reedy creek and Davenport creek, with ta*>cotaeto4nss of the rssponslbllltrel bad after effects' ..........*...a AfWllcatten. ,
    -I Rowing, after'.om. dl 11..100 thence along Davenport creek: to tbs giving to lydf.Aag women a rs .ay that It 1s needed in the Spring, ommer. -

    .that resolution wasknr'o! western boundary of tbe county will not only be,bat sUo harmless. Fallsnd Winter, by Yea, Women.
    "' .. duced and legally adopted: thence north to point of beginning. m.!tracts no matter what maybe the conltlon -, Children c - .

    r. a Whereas it has been ascertained aDd District No.3-Commencing at the < of the womaa taking 1 1 U eztremelr palaUble'-eren cnildnni ji .HX.IES PTJJRS' 'WQQiLrodxtoe ; .

    determined by/he Board of CountyCommissioners month of Shingle creek' on the west n Is sold at lUM pet bottle, br like It.' Baa bold from} i : : ,

    s', y '" / that the Amount shore of Lake TobopckallsTa, thence .

    U> be raised by 'taxation forcountv up Shingle creek!: to its- Junction with : '
    K Cou3s =
    puposas for the ourren year Sound creek, thence westerly along 'i RIIIrs ,,''s PhIl11ICY.1DSIiM1lEB. IIlttrsQl'S o Pfamiacy YJ' i :: May :E o, 8p414oj.a1WwJ ,
    shall be 31,801.13.. It Is ordered that a Bonnet creek to the north! line of Beetlon -

    toy, y' .tat, of 18*. nllU 'on the dollar bs 94 la .t 28 r 18 .,- thence west FLA. gEflIlMArl1 FLA.. .

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