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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: July 24, 1908
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00343
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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I fever.. Th6 loss aitioaif native stock out, nor twople.are In 'the mood to r i ,\ .. \ Cr
J TfRNITlfSJwtLL from this disease U quite but undertake' J
[ heavy; MUST'UAVf WATER any proposition looking to .
Chaps most of the loss Is caused not the upbuilding of the county' and are . I .
r. but by the heavy drain only awaiting the opportunity to lend "'t :
1' upon the animal's system from. the their aid In / : ..'
any way to further Die -
HAVE FINE HOME large tjuantlf of blood taken by the ROUTE TO"'TIlf GUlf county and city's Interests.There ., ,
,: _. tloks. One tick consumes only a must. be a beginning, some one I .,''fI '! .. .
,?a small quantity but- the continued must kick the ball before 'any concerted I .' '- .,' .
feeding of several t.hOU'.Dd'lck'lIpoa e action will be taken, and the '"" u _..: -
one animal soon exhausts its constitution Gazette here offers hat, t.O : .
_, Local Masons and Pythlans to and' vitality. This. Is especiallytrue The Way To Get It tt Jo. Lock be a good plan to accomplish It believes whatwe I : .'./. of '',' "-1,",,," .,. '.;,'f! ..., . .. , .' h .
of animal, such as oajves) all seek. Call ', , :' ,' '
Three Story Bnlldln voting the Canals. a convention to be I \ ;: ,
_i Erect ., from six weeks to one year old-s pe- held In Klsatmmee some time wlthlo . ,' .<' .
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riod when they ought to be making sixty: days, to be known as the"Waterway :, ", ," \ . .
their best development, and growth. Convention" to which Invite the ." .". ., ..
If at this'tlme. they are feeding several members of congress and United I. ; ''s, / "J
thousand ticks, Instead of grow States, Senator and'ffie Governor : "
'" Ing and developing as they should also the government engineer request ;/:: .: :.' '...,: : " : .
they will actually become smaller. ",. -. the towns along the'entire route*to .... ; ; ,' ,,';r \
The. young animal ono stunted in send representatives\ and then' and -J '
Building to Be Erected .on the Site growth will never develop as It would The Present Condition is Working. there thoroughly discuss' each and : IJ. I ',. ',. ,I': 't e' -

Old Saloon Next to S. C. have done If It had received proper to Disadvantage of l Kissimmee. every plan presented until something. '
of the care and treatment from the first. Besides K definite .hat been fixed upon and then '!. \ ,. '),. .

G. :Hardware Co,, and Will Be suffering this loss of, blood, tick ',Plans Proposed and Committee let our citizens see' to It that. -U 'It . ere" :.' I ::1, _
Infested cattle suffer Continuously .carried into effect. ,,, '
41 1-2x90 feet: from Irritation and Injury to the skin. Appointed To'Secure Deep Water. If this course Is pursued we con .- : L\ aI

P ; The tick when attaching Itself to the fidently' believe that.good will result, 't . .. ,
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animal's body punctures she skin and to bed preparation we, hereby ., .
'for the M .on.aod.: Pythians The puncture I* soon surrounded bv On a former occasion the Valley kick the ball by appointing Mayor I A'. ' '.
years an area of Intense. Inflamation which Cfaitette' called the attention[ of the T. M. Murphy, M. Kats. G. A. Car I ")" 'i" '" .'
have seen the necessity ,of providing results In vtbe formation of readily citizens to the necessity of providing son Captain Clay Johnson and W. B. .,.. ,
themselves with' a building -...u".hlefo.otl visiblescabs. ,, Maklnson a committee. to meet and :
elr needh, as there was .ncf..b&l1tn'tke The Injury to t.he'IIv.' stock owner' some mean of transportation. by water devise means to make the above plan :, ::'

city large enough to accommodate by the ticks Is not OOpODed to the loss from Kisslmmee to Fort Myers, and a success II .

s and some time of blood and the Irritation of the told In detail bow the same could. begotten rric'es .
be skin caused to his cattle. It has been and also what, damage was beIna' A Good SDfft&tlOD. :
since began laying aside a sum to estimated that the lose to the .
done business
to our Interest, to
devoted to building\ purposes and ItJjas heavilyI To Editor of the Gazette: .. .
caused the being the
man by cow say nothing of Inconvenience the
What KlBslmmee Is
now reached a sum .unlca.oto' need badly a
infested with ticks Is
equal to onequart present conditions are causing the
their into Country; Club or a' club ground where
Titlfy them carrying plans of milk: a'' day for each oow. l people who live along the. route.Since' . kinds
model all
will be a of outdoor could be
effect. The building sport
This loss amount In less article .' the
that written
a year to no w.
in everr'partloular and will contalnevery than 275-300 to 75 has been almostevery Indulged by the young folks male "
(70 gallons discussed
) subject
quarts by flab
neoeSUarvfor bus I* and female and they would In a
convenience of milk for each oow This means person In the county, with the
nets lodge ante amusement purposesWhiles loss of 120.42&Much result that m.nwl .) different plans abort. time that the older ones wouldbe
fraotlo building Ia just fond of the 'I "
and as as they
wild ,
the'same Is true of cow on bare been suggested, but the scheme Redut d'
boom has not struck Klsslmmee, our i were lo their younger day and would'
ffii citizens are convinced of its future : Join them and feel younger for It and
prosperity and have begun .. put i more interested In good healthy exercise .
their money In enterprises, feeling 11 I 11 II L for the boys. and girls < Is not only safe but will yield good That would make good men and .
dividends, and stock: in Fraternity I women of them with good health and I '
Hall will readily be taken. The without health a person 1* very likely I F '
building committees of the two lodges to be disagreeable, not only to him : : : 4 4All
nt*d the members generally are1 to be self but to other Now if the young: I \ ".
{congratulated In giving to Klsslmrnee LET EVERYBODY folks of Klsslmmee would get togetherand '
Much an up-to-date building, which form club and make It *5 per White Canvas

't.:! we' feel sure will'repay them floan- share then hire a good ground fence .. .
} clallv.* it. io and fix It up for baseball tennis ii' /y+
Mr. Arthur E. Donegan. chairman HONOR THE DAYAll football croquet., etc., they. "'would Shoes 'must go. ,
A'! Of the building .committee,'' said In find,lots of comp.ay.t.o help them enjoy ..
speaking of the project: "Yes, sir, themselves every evening, and ,,**
may the butlweoh is not some In the cool of the. morning. This I'
only an .cured fact, ve secured thing could be done very.- :heaply and '
I. ( the the old saloon stand Business! Should Suspend) and the those that could not or did not care I 'Every pair of White
next to S. G. O. Udw. Cb. The Masons to pay $5 for a share of stock might/ II :
and Pythlans will Incorporate Citizens of Osceola County and KIs- help tQ put up the fences, grind stand .
-.Jor the sum of 110,000.with, which sam 'or ".i up the groundsand In that w.yp Canvas Shoes and .
Or\ we will, build a three-story house riiiiiiuee Unite Making\ Memorable < in enough rork to. pay. for their I ,

411x90 stores, the the second first floor.. to an be opera used house for ; the Day tbtfCorl elostoJiC IN Laid for share Everyman of block., womaD'' anti youth male Oxfords that Is In 1 '

I f' and auditorium, and the third to be the New High School Building. and female, should take at least one i .
used exclusively for lodge purposes, share of stock to help the good cause

tasking what Is possibly the largest 1 along, and bring 'Klssimmee up to I. ... my Store goes. at 1 ,,
hall In the State for thai purpose. what. they 'have In the surrounding o
The second floor..which Is I the one! set For years we looked upon our High School building town Look at. Qrlando. They havea I'and below cost .."

apart for general amusements, will bea with a pride that was born of a love for, a love nice enclosed ground and the admission .. I
model In every particular, In fact to games when there are special J
for bur children and as a monument to the Intelligence &
It la our Intention to so construct the I sports going ,on mor ..than pay 1&i
Vbolebulldlnft that it will not only refinement of the citizens, bat the ,hand of destiny'was for the support of the grounds and a s i

'-.bean ornament t.o'our city, bat will laid upon It In the early hours of the 7th of this month' /good interest on the stock. 'r

meet. all requirements at the present and reduced It to ruins, While the fires yet smouldered our. .. CITIZEN. Price: on Ladies9Skirts I .
time. The plan of Incorporation Is: .
We wilt Issue stock In shares of 125 cltlzeo.,-.11 classes-merchants, bankers, 'orofesslbnal Use old newspapers In your house i ''

each to be told to members only men laborer, all religions all politics and all stations cleaning. We sell them at this office '/. ,.Lawn Shirt, r. ; .. 1'-. .
and from the manner. In which- the ,' at once resolved that a mightier grander :.. at 20c per hundred... ,. t ':
: a structure,'OJ' ... .. .j" \:: r = ',i' 1; Y. ereatly :ptr U; '4.4' \.' '
stock la being taken it Is safe to say ; should replace the-one destroyed there stand ; '4 WHi.h.t" I&& .' ; ,.'"' \ I :..
> ,a.i tower :; 'r \ ::; g : rep": ; !It
that we could easily dispose of double "* , : .., L-:;; :: "' ,
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the In amount answer we'lnteod to the question as to i'.'';:'.1 ;iVe"' suggest that the day the cornerstone: U' ta'd'ri.r' D% I'h'i / A ; \i:; t {.r",' :: (\ e;:-... ;!It"1.l' 'f'' '" .' ,
whether! the -building would be enlarged '" "''eral holiday be declared.'tht all business'suspend,- the' Beputati I : ...: : ;

1.I If It was found too small toaooomnu whole l county invited to Join with us, the Masons, the "; ' 1<" ".,. '
t, da those making appileaLion Window. .
Knight of Pythias, the Woodomn the Carpenter Union; I\
fo<<>space for .business. purpose, 0-----, I .
Mr Donegin said: the churches and all. societies, and especially.the: schoolchildren How It Hast Made ana Reiafsed ,1stKlasitnmee. . ... .
..' "As to that 1 can not answer, but. and teachers' form a Jal'ade".Dd make so grandthe .' i' ,
% you are at liberty to stale, that the day.that It will never be forgotten. Let a barbecue be +;' :: ,.
members of the two lodges, who constitute held, speeches be made And children A good Reputation Is"not easily -
citizens'of sine song of 'praisefor
Kiislmmee-some and of who the best desire to see her thole whorha. furnished them such a splendid homeof earned, and It was' only by'hard; consistent -: I ,, :,: .. >' \

prosper, and will lend ."rl..ld to ad- learnlng'and gave them the chance to take their places work': among1,; our citizens that .::'1" !t" t
vaAjeher interests, will not hesitateone refined Dean's Kidney Pill woo their way to ,
t: In the front rank of educated'and men and.women. 1"Terrn-s' ., yC
moment to take an additional the. 5g
} proud distinction attained In this I. .
worth'of stock and double the Looking to the carrying out of these plans, the editor "
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publjo endorsement ol !
size of the building if, t proves a paying of this paper respectfully requests the citizens to me r him I
I and all those who office scores 'of Klsslrnmee* resident has "li"
proposition, In the Valley Oazett.@ at 4 o'clock next Tuesdayevenings "
have thoroughly looked,Into the matter 'Jul 28 at which time be rendered Invaluable'service to- the .. ..
i ; ,. committees can appointed r,
are confident that og'befo"l the cOI u luolty. Read what this citizen g .
every to make the occasion ,a success. t' :
building.Is ready.for occupancy
available will be taken and as says II '- .1
space I a r.
{; Kiss' nmee la bound to grow la the John L. Reave,, KUstmmee, Fla., :, .
'nesvturetnd.w111 demand' just such says: "I am well satisfied w.lth the results C. .-tr.;

Louses as we propose to construct, 11 .I obtained from the use of Doan's :: S h I' -;. II"
you need not be surprised to see'a Kidney Pills. A* a re.ulot my II .: ,
skyscraper in our good old townt"A .
of order there ,
kidneys being out was :. ,
for Cattle. the range when nursing calves. The of locking the canals and Klssimmee a soreness across the small l of m f back ,. ,<. .
Dip or ,. ,
has to feed the ticks Heooe, If river seems to-be away and beyond the ,, ... '\ . ,1. '1'. '. '
cow .
The kidney secretions were', also-irv I ''' .'.. , ). ..' .. 1,.,. f< ...
JOHN M.. I SOOTT. the tlcics abstract the equlvolent of popular one but without. exception all I .: .
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one quart of.milk a day from dairy have voiced the opinion that some regular la actionand at times, there .. . ,.r. ::.: 1:, :,: '_.' '

(Florida Experiment 'Station. Press cattle. doubtless they reduce in some thing was' necessary to -be done,, and was a dark sediment; contained In them.I -. .. '" : ': "' "H, ,,' '1.: df ;1.. " ..
t' Bulletin 94- July 18, 1908. ) similar proportion the milk yield of that without delay. obtained Doan's Kidney Pills; from I 1:1; : 'J '"1 .<",);.4.. '"p(,' '. ..
f erhaps 'In no section of Florida. the range cow, whose calf must losethat We stated In the previous article KUslmmee Drug 'Co. and their. I r ,:. .. ;, h>\ .l > ". "i.' ';.}.:.. :"\li\ '" '
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4-arethecattle, free from animal parasites. amount, and the calf likewisesuffers that. we were not prepared to say whatcourse effectiveness was soon proven.- ] feel "' .'. . >1'"r" "" ':- ..q'"f". \ -, '
Every farmer whether < wns a corresponding drain from should be pursued, but gave It that I ,m Justified In recommending I .. .'.. ,, v..J"- ,,, '.<. :. :. ,,-<. . ,, ',-... r!: ;( ..
one animator) one hundred, ought to its own tloks. How then can "we expect as our' opinion that locks, were the Doan's Kidney Pills for the purposes .II". ,'.I, ." ' o.t"f.. .' R'I":'[< : .... .. , '
be Interested protect his our cattle raised in tickinfestedseOttoOs most feasible from the standpoint of for which they are Intended' '. ........'1'. .{ -- "-'."" ..r ', : ;' :iI >'
animals from the Injurious effect of to develop as they ought to. cost and certainty., and are stillof For sale by all dealers. Price 60 i, "." ',., J;.,. .!\ ', \'' ", ,'I."., ;, ',. 'iiI''t :M11i! .fIt;! I,.U.,
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oeo. Foster-Mllburn Co. Buffalo
been ,
these parasites. We have using develop.Of thatopinion, but by no means are we ' .' ." "
I ''at the Experiment Station for-the past course the beat. solution of the wedded to Any set rule or Ideas, our New York, sole agents for the.United .. ',,"J J .0,,"-"' ,) . ", .; "' ;'jt;;( It,,( .";,... .. .
which has quite is the eradication of the desire merely to In .States. ," f,"'tI''I"" .\.'', J.. ..t' ... ;r 'lJ.II>. ,><
year a dip proved problem being/ some manner: , \;r.! ; , (i"\I., \ '., "
ifl satisfactory. The formula was prey ticks and this couldbe accomplishedIf provide the means whereby' boats can Remember the name-:-Doan's. -and / : ., :';>00.' ii' 1/( '", .,!\,,:' ,. : ',." I"" ,;'.;:".''.'.'! ...
','I(*bed by Dr. Nelson S. Mayo and every livestock owner would cooperate ply from this city to the Gulf and reclaim take no other.: , .1".J, ;. '("1':'' "I..I"'l., " .. ,... .... J<". <,'H.11l',"r-" :'. '1''"' .
t 1/la.s/ follows: .. with other live-stock men. It the trade we have lost ," '"',.'t'' ''' ,'*;'' ", .,\H " '.
White arsenic, two-fifths pound. would of course follow that cattle dally losing on. account of low waterIn '. It "'-: '. ',i ".>, .: '.: ', ,,(, .
'Sodium carbonate (crystals), one from other tiesl -lofosted states would the-canals,. We haye no axes'togrlud A.+A.A..e.Neclk./k.e. I 1if.. " "j""fi';"" .. .
and one-eighth' pound. not be allowed, to be shipped Into no schemes to.uncover, and r- I. "J :.. I :
Yellow, soap, one and one-eighth Florida h --seem. however at present have no desire to flay our citizenfor M. TILLER.Real'i : ,." "', .".:,..t. !. '"
lass .. ir Ir
'pound. that Florida may be the state negligence or1 uphold loud' mouthed ,... . ." ': "
e Pine tar. one-half plot, lathe Union 1.0'. thoroughly eradicatethe sensationalists this Is a plain, I ,' '.' '1' \ ,. ,1. ,, -
V J" Dissolve the arsenic by boiling It pest. matter-of-fact businessproposition '- Estate Agency.Realty _....._ 1 .__.... ........
for hour In one gallon of water Perhaps the next best method will and should looked,at andenteredinto ; i 'I' .. '''. ,1. "' .. '
; Add the dissolved arsenic to five be for each farmer to keep the ticks In a business like manner. .
gallons of water. Shave .the soap, under control by constant spraying We all want, our county-and; city to bought And sold. H
wlx' it with the soda and dissolve the or dipping. There 'a.... a number' of grow and prosper. We have the re- Houses rented. I
(fixture in one gallon of water. When proprietary dies upon 'the market. sources and with very little,trouble COME AND .SEE,
dissolved pour in the tar pouring In wblifh are very good when properly and outlay; we could place our section. Taxes paid and Titles ver- /
lowly !la.. hue stream and stirring applied; but the greatest drawback to before the world In Its true light but i ified for nonresidents.Fire Tye
;meanwhile so as to get It Into solution the proprietary dips is their expense. the general opinion seems to be t.bu" ,. Life and Accident In. zY
l ,' Then mix It with the arsenic Most of these preparation .cost from Is the business men of Klsslmmee who' .
solution and add water .to make twentylive . Ii:H.60 a gallon, and one gallon should take the lead In the matter, and surance.' .
ra gallons In all' makes about twenty gallons of dip; that Is also the opinion of the Vallet t ,In emnity.aond'. . t.

>J This Is to be .used as a dip, spray so that the dip costs from five to eight Gazette for to them more than all "., ..._.._..... ..._-- W.DAN.N r
or wash., It loses.little by age. The cents a gallon. This Is a Cn.lderlkbl. else will come out of the '" -.
solution not only kill the licks but expense.: There are ;however, project. -. .
.alto kills all other animal parasiteswith several. good dips (one of which i* A spirit of' Industry seems to have .
which IV.comes la contact. It given-above) which the 'farmer himself been born In Klssimmee; the scare P A, VANS AGNEW, i ;{!I> J
maybe applied either with a brush or can prepare at a'mtrctr lea cost.' doused by the panic of last winter baa ** .. .
atnayer, or it may be put In a dip- passed anc a feeling of relief ha ctme' THE OUTFITTER. : _
.plngtank through which' ,the animal Min M. C: .! who ha been'at- over our, people; new, building* are. -.> I ATTOHMKY AT' LAW........ | $; .
.* 'lIdlnl'the State Normal" School at betas erected; on every hand men I I I' ,
fg passed1. Till NOAA Y PUBLIC, I -:" .. '. > .
One of &be worst parasites"with. Tallahassee for the past several weeca, with money are no longer holding It y r '.. ....... ,.. ',., ..
"' '", b lob we have to /deal is the cattle b... gone on to Marshalvllle, Oa., to tight,. aDd prosperity seen to be la -
tick":, which ,eases TJajxae; or., splenic. .visit relative --' J ,,. the air., The time Is ripe, ,to oranch KISSIMMEE, FLA. y ,

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Men Int1esd Aboard Ship 'and I An In".... of From. Four. Ton Coat '

HeW ht P_.... : o Per Hundred. I I 'lean cftjMalUU) conlemputl

.... and. Mitchell are Sum. San Francisco, CaL-'Nineteen survivors Policy ,.U 'Demanded by Editors Louisville.' Ky.-:;That freight rate Eugene Chafin for PreiUenl A. working a conceJBlcs; ;., of 8.000 acrei'

moned to Appear of several hundred ,Bourn Sea of Southern RepubIcI should be advanced In the territory! S. Watkins for Vice-Pre.ident of baud wocd: limber )In Honduras.

-- ; Islander kidnapped IS year ago-from L t, "..... .- of the Southeastern Freight Association Twenty miles of railway with spurs',)'
their natltestrand and sold Into am lo be conMiucted. Shipment
and the Southeastern z.tliltla.lppiValley "ij
VIOLATION JMNMCTION slavery among the coffee plantationsof JOREIfiNERS NOT.., :WANTED Association which take In allof will be 'made' to,.the United 'State, At ,
SHORT PLATfORM cleared '
: Guatemala arrived here on the the territory aotuh of the Ohio the land Is rubber, banana
... sleamer CIt, of'Para. They are free - liver waa decided on at the meeting and cocoa will be planted -

CM** Wit Jsstssd, in the Famous Boycott and homeward bound and 'In addition< ) OcUr* '. Lending Mmicaa; N_.peper In this city; of the executive office The emperor of China, Tsal Tien; .'
are traveling as tourists with the British Re. Palmar; of St. Louis Was Nf.min.t4 has been III for some time "
of all of past.
,. Cs. of aLe Buck StovsC.pa7 Americans Mad Objvct of Contempt the railroad s>steins Interest ,JV J*
government paying' ;[ eX enlleli. ed. eel Vic-Pre ident by AcclamationBut impossible lo ascertain:,what his njflf'iady ;
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Told to
The natives Stay Away from Msxifo.
lain were kidnapped. visited by Cap- The advance. It Is said, Will be' from Declined the Honor. I I. because! western 'medlclal sell ,
who the I --
--- -- lyackburn, ; ence 1* parted from tbe Imperial '
4 to 10 cents a hundred pounds horizontally pal. :
.: Washington. D. C. In tbe IlucU Islands |In his ato.mer. the MonUeratt: , Mexico City, Mexico.-Tbe anil.foreln to correspond with the adVin Sc-s. but the report. Indicate that ha.
Stove and Range 'case, Justice Anderson and enticing them aboard sailed away? ngbt In Mexico I. assuming very . of the' district supreme court They were .. ppoacdto be contract large proportion and a bitter -contra Freight Association recently. Eugene W.Cbafln of Chicago 111; for ,esly Is said to be better( but la'spite: ?.

summoned. Samuel Gompers, president laborers bound for three lo their' Guatemalanemplojers tersy over' the question Is being Tho advance was decided ron after vice president 'Aaron S. Watkins of of this the dowager empress, 'has 0,,-.;
of tbe American Federation of )ears.Ignorant waged by 'iW'toreign and native considerable opposition on the pan Ada dered the various Viceroys ,and go -
of the and In Ohio
Labor; Secretary Frank Morrison of' language a )ess. of railroad executives, who;>> maintained ernors to tend physician from the? '
that' organization and John Mitchell I strange land. they slaved until their La 'Patrla recently printed an artlclo that'at:. adv&iice of rate at the Tbla'ticket was nominated by the, provinces. to Pekln.. ,,
at the executive council and former plight was made known to the Urltlsh In' which It ptoclalm that the : preaf-nt time .wa* Impolitic', but this prohibitionists' 'national convention : The .Western Maryland
government. Tl\a\ however wax not expres" ,
president of the United Mine Workeia. time. Is ripe for a policy whJse'tr'l opposition I and both made
until 18 >ears had passed and mout. was finally won over by the nominations were tram Elkln to Baltimore wa* om.pletely .
of America to appf In court on Soptember -* of the natives had died.. shall be "Mexico for Mexicans"Moat argument that In older, to, meet! the unajiUnous.The\ full indoisement of wie,'ked. near lKeyer, W Va' 'T
6th ,next to bow of the tirade Is 'directed vat Ions' Increased In I the however II
cause why Captain Blackburn was lost at sea: expenses an. convention wall not, given Eleven passenger were seriously in.'
should ,oa. against the "jankeeu\ ," ,a .term of nftfiA In t-Alott WAil_ uhanliil olir .._____. ballots
they not punished for contempt -j In December 1894, when the: Montzerratl ; coo- c -' --- n ----0I ._---' .iaeflt.isry to Mr. Chafin, until after threw jured. Nearly all are West yirgin.I
of the court's Injunction order. '' went down with all hands ."DI lIt used hv 'Mpxlrnn. erillnnt' '.-,- -In-. _Af,u.-. "' r-o, had been taken.' lain*. Two caskets)contalnl!ng colp
The citation I I. based on a petition lAnai Ing Americans.Among I '1 he Clerical forces of the'' railroads On tbe lint two ballots }Ir. Charm es wore broken open and lie \In
01, toe Buck StOve ana HBIIKB, company IS INMUNE TO RABIES.. other things. La Patrla declaios. Interested are quartered In Louisville did not shoW' a great amount' or| wreckage on the river bed. f
1 of St, Louis which alleges that 'that, It Americans think the temporarily working out the tariffs strength receiving; but IDS:; out.. of It lies ,,'
'ata order Issued by Justice Uould forbidding Man Claim to-Have--Been Bitten by goveinmeuta Argentine- bile or I It IH considered probable that the 1,083 votes on thu flint, and 370 out woman who transpired wait that) an American .

an alleged' boycott by the Three Thousand Dogs. Brazil more enlightened .than I that of tariffs will not be In shape for filing of 1,067 on the second. wilds of (lh, tr'elng-hlouab. the "I
American Federation of Labor has Xew York City.-Or. F. It, Jacksori Mexico they should Journey to those. befoie August/! 1, and In accordance'with However, when tho thud ballot was drcsstd .,. Mexico,
In mans attire '
been violated by the public utterances of the Pasteur Institute was called i I parts; the sooner the better. the requirements of the Inter taken he ,received 636 totes and his and who waG '
and addressea of the three labor lead- to Monlclalr., :X J., to make scientific j j Alter referring to the efforts on the state commerce commission compell nomination was made unanimous. His the suspected, notorious of being ..Mrs."Dell Olhine.a., Ta
, era named 11'18 also stated that examination of David Stelnfeldt. '(heMontclalr : part of the foreigners against the proposed ) -.Ing rate to be 'filed thirty days prior strongest competlloi' was Kev.. \\'il' LaPorte ., Is --4
Mrs., K.
Campers caused tobe published In dog cat'ber.'ho, according new mining law restricting .In- to becoming; effective, the new tales lIam li. Puluioie of St. Louis. M. >Cameron widow' >of 'II.rea'ber 'sv
The Federatlonlst, the official organ lo the record he baa kept during his corporations In Mexico, the ,paper has .will, not be lit force until September '. Rcveiend Falmoie wall nominated of l arkE't W. Va 'TTJI

of tbe federation, a certain article reflecting six. )'('ar.' service. has ,been bitten this to say; : :.. .lint.The for vice 11I', BldC'lltIy\ acclamation, but The Nashville Chattanooga and
)j' on the court's decision and three thousand time by all manner of ""'e repeat out attitude towards Southeastern Freight Afsocla I it-fused to accept tile nomination, 1 Louis Hallway company declared 8t1
b In alleged open defiance Printing tbe dogs at least one of "'hlcb. was afflicted foreigner \\'o are not .)boxers, but lion Kovorn all the! roads east ot a I This Involved the convention In a semiannual dividend of 1 12 pe.
name (Of the Buck Stole and Range with rabies. patriots and when we take' a given I line from Cincinnati through Chattanooga parliamentary laimle. The rule were which la n I'MUNloR ,-,t 1.9 ',
( company on the' "we don't patronize Dr Jackson" made a'' clone examination . decision we lake It not as against for i and Birmingham. Tile (territory several times suspended and tile su- vent from tbe regular j semiannual dlv.
list'. and Stetnfelt in answer to his eigners, but for I the benefit of Mex. )' of the Southeastern MUflselriil. Val- pension Imml.'dlately'revokt'd. "lend. I

Gompers I I. quoted aa saying to several .; questions said that he is frequently ico." I. ley Association Is Included between Three meu were named for vice A net Income of 1449,461.188 'availa- \.'
newspaper men: "So far a. I am I affected by some of the .)'midoma The paper summarize the antl-for this line and the Mississippi jlier.Indianapolis piesldeut, A. S. ",'..I kina of Ohio, T. ble for dividends! or surplus, 873.8057,
uoncerned I wish" to which usual h eign sentiment as follows and cham Ind. It was slated 133 carried
state thl*: When presage >dropbolila.Stelnfeldt R. Demaree of Kentucky and C. S. passengers and 1,796.331.. y
it come to a (choice between aurren has not yet decided" pious all but the railway measure: here by prominent Bhjppers that the Holler of Indiana: 659 IUIIH of relght hauled, track milef

a derlng my rights as a free American whether lie will visit New York to The minister of public work has i Indiana Manufacturer and Shippers' Watkins of Ohio ic-celted an overwhelming age of 8:7.975. croplojcs numbering "1
; citizen or violating the injunction of undergo scrutiny at the institute, as submitted to the executive: of the Assacoatlon will resist with persistency majority on the first ballot 1.672.07. equipment Including58,888-
the court. I do not hesitate to say that he fears rexperlmcnts" may be con union the draft of a new mining law I any .attempt by tbe railroad to and his nomination was made 101'oBQU ". 41.973 passenger care TP
I shall exercise myrighta all between ducted fay the surgeon It he places which incapacitates foreigners from Increase freight ratea In Central' unanimous. and 1.W1.5S7 freight cars and 142,855.. ;},
e the two." himself In their hand. acquiring mines In the frontier state Freight Association are now In session Tbe platform adopted by the pro piTKonM klllml or Injured, lathe *ho vUK "
Other utterances are quoted which and foreign companies from acquiring In Chicago checking In rated.will hlMtlon party IH the shortest on record ( made by the railroads of tbe UnitV
I 'U Is alleged Gompers and Morrison RUNVING"foi ifl) 1OVERNOK. mines In any part of .the republic." hasten to fruition plans which have and Is aa follows: ed 8lall"a'll the Inter-sllae commerce :%

fir furtherance of an alleged plan to -- been put on foot for a conference of "The piohlblllon, party' of the United c-ommlmrlon's .I.ort for the year tod- ; '
:: nullify the court's order, -have 'pub Texas Blacksmith Making Race for I GROCERS ELECT OrnCERS. representatives of shippers' 'associations States' assembled III c-oincnUqn at lug June 30, 11107. '*
; lisher] editorially and which are otherwlse -J J Governorship of That State. ( In practically all of the states Columbus Oho pxiursnliig gratitude J"'RII l Is making \5',
i offensive to tbe court's decls Dallas, Texas.-Saturday the democrats 700 Delegates from Southern Sttaes This conference which likely will to Almighty God lot the ,'llitorl"B or mvnts for the rapidly building of two arrange- ";
:t ion, Including the name pf the Buck of Texas will decide at their CloSe Burtncis Session at Ashevltle. the be held In Indianapolis, will. take up our principles in the past for eflcquTagement battleship The keel of one new. '' :\

company.; The references, It Is claim- primary whether to elevate a blacksmith Asheville N. C.-The 'Southern question of tbe proposed IncreaseIn at present aiul 'for coufl laid at Yokosuka during July, "1 the f
L ed. were made for the purpose of to the governorship or to retain Wholesale/ Grocers' Association closed rates all over the United States dence of early and triumphant ..uccess keel of the other at Kure before ,tbe ,7..
F Goveinor In that office Its three and will\ adopt &plan. for fighting the In the futuie maws the followIng f
keeping alive tbe Idea of the boycott Campbell for a days' convention in this, city of end of the J ear, The displacement of .*'
a* It existed before the order of the second! term. with the election of the following of movement. the 'railroads. declaration of principles and I these ships will be 20.800 tons their '
I .
,. court, and,were so framed as to affect! The blacksmith' who Is opposing ficers. .: DISMISSAL OF JOS. M. BROWN pledges their enactment, Into law' tol'I"], 20 knoll; (heir armor; 12 ''
1 the sale of tbe company's products Governor Campbell is H. Williams, I President J. Van loose, Birming when placed' In tower Inches, and their principal armament "

r John Mitchell at a meeting of tbe of Crumby. Williams served one termIn i ham. Ala; first vice ))president II. A. Governor Hoke Smith Gives His Rca.sons ..One The HUbmlRKloii b>' congress 12,Inch guns H f.
United Mine Workers last the legislature eight years ago. "'orcb lmer. )Mobile Ala; second vice to the several slates of an amendmentto
_ _ January, In a to Following his action of '
.' put to a vote a resolution imposing a Ilia slogan against Governor Camp- president, W. B. Mallory. Memphis, Message > Legislature. the federal coimtltullon prohibiting of I the great national naming one 11
r fine of $5 on any member of that or bell Is that the latter baa Injured Tenn; treasurer. S. W. Lee, Ulrmlng- Atlanta. (la.-In a special message I the manufacture, sale, inipul tat ion, "Cleveland National forest reae-rve .T
sanitation who purchased a stove Texas by his extreme anti-corpora bam Ala.; secretary, Robert Moore. to the legislature; Governor Hoke exportation or traimporlatloti of alrohollo dent Itooiievelt Forest Pre.I.. *
or has
range of that company's lion policy. Birmingham ,Ala. Smith gave his reason for dlsmlBfilng liquors for leverage purposes written Mra.. /,
make. The Cleveland
'resolution also provides for the Williams I Is literally hammering The following were elected to compose Honorable Joseph M. Brown fiaga the "Two The Immediate prohibition .praising former President )./
: alon of a member In default of expul. himself along for a* he manages his the advisory board; Adolph Bey Georgia railroad .'ommIBHlon. ''of tbe liquor tratnc for beverage purposes (le\tland't art of ( hllihlnr- ffr. '- %.

.noeut of the line.IOILIUNIiMAN pay (ramoalsm he Is csrrvinK.. : on his trade er.-. Arkn.fta- 'T.. nAi Coom.r 11'lnrl.IA' After statin: that durlnir his _oflfn-' In the Dlstikt of Columula In I3serves.
at the-anvil and shoes Ill-tempered 8. Pendleton---Ge: rgla;" :'am-I.-; handy palgn speeches In 1906 hebad' announced the territories and all places, over A St. IxAil. judge ha* decided that .

% .1 EEIDS VNfiPL! UD. mustangs and stubborn mule.. of Monroe LA.: L. B. Rogers, his Intention of removing which, the national government has a combination. laundry companies '\
South Mr. Drown In event of his cloos\\kV>t violate the trust law.
Carolina; J. K. C. Wulberg.! election jurisdiction; the rp-oI, ofthe Internal his
I Scores of Hungry-Man Are Given IN TOUCH MINISTRY. ... Charleston;' W. J. Dobba, Tenuesee;' Governor Smith asserts that after the'' revenue tax on alcoholic' liquors reasonfor arriving at this decisionwas
w: Bread and Soup Each._.Day. lPJ' / J. R. Williams Lyncbbure, Va. i railroad commission had reduced passenger and the piohiblllon of the Interstate : "There are many waya of clean- i
tNew .York Clty. -One.hundred men This Country Has Not Vet Recognized .Hot Springs Ark,, was selected as tariff In Georgia Mr. Brown traffic therein. ing soiled clothes .*nd a person dos
I, ,a> day are being 'fed free of coat by New Government. ._ the next place of meeting. had Issued a pamphlet containing argument "Three, The elt-cllon of United not necessarily have to bare soiled '',

L John Morgan, himself S poor -workingtnan. Washington, D. C.-Although the After the convention adjourned I and statements adverse to States senators b>' dll'ect'Ole of tbe clothes. washed by any company or :
LL at No. 102 Christopher Street American government has not officially about 700 delegates were given a the reduction of passenger fares a* people. : (companies)' .
wt and to quietly that not,even residents accorded recognition to the govern' drive over the Blltmofe estate. made by the railroad commission "Four IJciultablo' graduated Income A pleasure launch bound from I ala -
of .the ment of formed also arguments to show that tbe and inheritance taxes. .. !
neighborhood have known Paraguay since the reduction P. I.. to Coireglldla Island, '
r .what was going on.,. Every, morning recent revolution in that country yet. TO REMIT BOXER FUND was) not beneficial to the "Five. The establishment of Postal ,) Ing about sevenlyflve passenger car, .
r -;: at o'clock scores of huungry men following tbe customary practices .In - masses of the people. savings banks and the guaranty of was caught In a ,typhon, and foun- '

I V out of employment. appear ;In, groups such canes. Minister O'Brien l la In I United States Returns Money Paid by "The )lamphlet'encouraged litigation deposits In banka: dered. Twenty-five of, I the party, Including r"
'I L of eight or ten and fop 'a' full hour touch with the ministry. This Is de- China-That Country Grateful. by the railroad companies "Six. Tho regulation of all corporations three Americans were drowned 1 (
-1' g, they come and 'go, crowding the clrablo because a contingency may Peking, China.-In reply 'fo formal against the railroad commission and doing an Interstate cummerce The rest were picked ',
1' mall room to It*... full capacity arise whereby the,United States may notification that the United States caused lack pf harmony In the commission business. british steamer and -safely.up by, a
', Every man help*,hlmaelf to aouu and have to call upon the exlstlpg provisional . purposed to remit a portion of what ," the message further stales, Seven. The creation of a permanent The I.ndec
bread and coffee, without stint, and I government ;for. the, protection Is known a* the 'Boxer" indemnity, "and on August 20. 1907 I received a tariff commission. .,",{i,' .1,,',,-,(, .. Molokla lepers located on the Island of
i1k'; .' Ae Ja at liberty lo-obtain hi* :break of American Interestsor: make other China has sent her thanks to ,the communication from Mr Hrown enclosing "Eight.; The strict enforcement" of purchased 'a large quantityof
1 PF1L, :fast :and dinner there for, a reason representation': Whether the United American ,government and at the a',''card sealed In'a separate! , law ,.instead/ 0'.' I he" official tolerance to dayiight'fireworka which were used 1"7 ]
-I able, time: until be shall. have a States will recognize the new government same time she.' conveyes a statementof envelope and a note stating thai enclosed and practical. Heeime\of\tbo, ,Y social .Salute the Atlantic battleship fleet ,
'J '' chance to get work. '. Is a question for future settlement ,ber intention to send, each year in, the envelope was a card evil which prevails In' many of our cit an It passed the ,Island. A large
1 Mr., Morganhas been carrying on and will depend upon ,whether a considerable! number of students for which be bad refrained from publish lea with its unspeakable traffic in piece which" on Its explosion
tbe wn.d .formed.
i ,! the work on a small scale for the ,the new ministry will be able to educatfoll.ln' America until the entire Ing. I was unwilling for Mr. Brown elrls. 1\.t'lcomt. wna--, --
last two, or ,three years, but the demands maintain peace'and successfully car award sball) -.l>e paid. China furthermore In this_ way to' forco upon my attention "Nnine. uniform marriage .and dl- position of .
on him have Increased sd> that ry out treaty relations. will send a high commissioner offensive matter wnlcn no bad voice laws. II. H. Rodgers' the well.known Wall I;

: .Ills_ accommodations.. .. are now_ taxed It is understood here, a princely com t refrained: from publishing/ and there- "Ten. An.\ equitable and constitu street ha I. In an Intervllew declaredthat If;
I fl 7 .v ,.L I.elr'- 11111 SpaVIt.' lie u has ,LWL' OF .I'ULlTlCU'INTEREST. mission to Washington to convey the Tore, on August 2f. 1907, I suspended tional-employers' liability! act the country ba fully recovered S
money ,and haa found co-operation in .. special thanks of 'tbe government for aim and returned the smaller envelope "Eleven Court reviews of pontof- from the effect the recent panic :
bis woik frpm. bit daughter, who Chairman Hitchcock of the republican this friendly act. to him seal unbroken." flee department decisions aid t that Iruslness along all lines ..1 ".
't -Kelp him to pay tbe rent, while he party Is. In Colorado Springs, The bulk of the Indemnity returnedto "Twelve. The prohibition of child In &Ro. If not better condition, a1
,collect food for his protege all best Col.. preparing for a hard..fight In the China will be devoted to the education SHBINER5 ELECT CfFlCEBS. labor In mines, workshops and fac than the scare.
-: he can. West., of'Chinese students In America. -- tories. J!

I I The expense of routing suitable ac- William II: Tail. who I. at Hot Louisville, Kentucky Selected for "Thirteen, Legislation baaing: diiffrage Washington Y f'

l ; eommodatlons -I* divided between Springs, ,Va. has completed the RETURNS TO FACE (CRIME; -- 1909 Conclave only upon Intelligence; and ability -, An exumlnallon of the books of tbelullioHdH
,, them, and for their provision speech, he will deliver In to read and write the Kngllgh Ian-,
4 they accepting St. Paul,. Mln.-The Imperial I of the country ,iby the inter4
,:. largely! depend on the bounty' of ba- the republican nomination at Cincinnati -: Mexico Deliver Walker, the $500,000 of the Ancient council guage. .' commerce .commission will -
'kers .butcher and grocers among July 28. Embezzler to United States. jles of the Mystic Order, No- Fourteen. Preservation' of I the mln glum|"t.noon The commission desires ;

: :t whom Mr. torgan makes his- rounds John W. Kern. democratic candidate I Sail Diego Cal.-When the steamer hold the conclave Shrine of 18U9 decided In Louisville to eral and forest resources of 1 the country fluid whether ttiaroads have complied t ,

r at 5'O'clock every morning. 'or.vice president made a visit to St. Denis arrived from JSuaenada, and elected tbe following officers - and Improvement of the highways with prescribed forms of accounts, I

1* m woi: TO BE RESUME his old home at Kokomo Ind. and she had on board William F. Walker, :* and waterways.. lecordit( and memoianda showing the

1i 1 was given a rousing reception. Later the New Britain, Conn., abpconder. /Imperial potentate, Edwin I, Alderman "Believing and In in the the righteousness of movement of tiaffie. The commission
t. Railway Will -Finish- -- Double-Traeklng le. made a short address' !, who was in custody of State Superintendent Clarion, Iowa; imperial deputy 'our our cause principles and convinced final triumph of of asks for 90 men for thl* work. au4, J

.1 t Between Washington' and Atlanta. Alabama delegates to ,the convention -' of Police Kgan of Connecticut potentate George U Street: .Richmond unwillingness of the: republican the are now swapped with appllcatlojV'fiom ,
1 Ail, "Greensboro N. C.-The Southern of the Independence League and H. J. Hoffman. a detective. Va.; Imperial chief rafcban democratic parties to deal) with these and expert examiner,. "f

,. railroad wilt soon begin double-track. which will be held In Chicago next Walker was .rathega pitiable' object Fred A. limes Los Angeles Cal.; Imperial Issues Wit Invite to full party fellow 1 About twenty samples of chewing i

: IDa the line -from Danville.. Va, to week have decided to push the name as haggard.he stepped The -ashore, stooped who and I:' liam high priest and prophet, Wil ship all Citizens who are with us tobacco are being tested by the chew, I':
(reensooro.< of M. W. Howard of Alabama for the newspaper men 1' J. Cunningham Baltimore, Md.. agreed." lug board Washington In connection .

I' A thousand men are to be employed nomination of president of the United sought tie more to.Interview han shake him could of tbe get IIt'j Imperial oriental guide, William W. Mrs. Carrie Nation who represented << with the proposed purchase of i ':
: : on the Improvements. The cost of Slates.Virginia's. a Irwln, Wheeling W Va.; imperial the Dlatrlct-ot Columbia at the 100000 pounds of tbe which It .
$ the work will"be about 12000000. and the remark: It Is a very fine first ceremonial master Jacob T. con'yentloumide;: a speech In which has been found In '.

.and It will probably take two years Independence League has day. He returned no' answer to Barron Columbia S. C.; Imperial cap. abe declared.-'the nominee must be a addition lo the regular annual supply ';i'
___ ,to .complete It. stated that John Temple\Gravea Is many pointed question that were put lain ot the guard Henry F. Nledrlng- man who' UfT-not use tobacco as well for the navy for the present flsci .
;: This will heir preference for to him. The ,fugitive and his custodian bans, Jr., St.;: Louis Mo. a '
an Important link In president of the ; Imperial as prohibitionist. She named no }ear, The price range from 36 toy",
: the double track work between Atlan United-States provided William Randolph proceeded at once to the Santa treasurer William 8. Crown, Pitts- candidate and was Anally called to 42 cents per pound and the aim Is
: : ta and, Fe station, and soon left for Lo An burg, Pa.; imperial order and obtain
Washington. Hearst will not run. recorder BenJamin forced to, conclude abrupt. a .brand of tobacco best adapt : '1
."fi ) I geles. F. ,floyd) Boston Moss. 31.S. ed for the nan nf sallora__ _,: .""
Thomas E. Watson his -T ; "4r'
-'-+--- paign for president on the popqllst LIEF' TO FACE THIRJTTRIAL.Political .j NINE PERSONS, BLOWN TO. BITS. AMERICAN BEEF COMBINE. The United State government has >,<',p
i ticket Tnarsdky filed a petition In tbe Jamestown '\
American Find July 23. In an address ex- ,
Uranium In Mexico. Boss._of. San Francisco Now By the Ex Powder. *. England federal at ,
4 at Macon. Ga. lo.lo".f.a, Magaatine Fighting Against the Con. lo.llon court litigation ->ft
: Large: Deposit.I. William Under 78 !Indictments.. -Many Other Injured. xtrol of Retail Trade. Va., asking pr\IUon a* a

)Mexico City. Mex.-William Nlven, his J. Bryan has practicallycompleted San Francisco Cat.-Abraham Ruef. Cleolujn,. Wash.An explosion in London England, creditor of tbe exposition on account ,1
I personal plans for the -Pressed to take
American two ,, tbe of its $1.000,000 loan and claimed
an the
: explorer and antiquarian years"ago powder magazine of the Northwestern
campaign. It I la his Intention to action to
maketen some
prevent the "
: has returned from a trip to 'the or a dozen political political>Ower In municipal affairs In Improvement company killed American priority payment over.eveftblns elsa
addresses San Francisco, and who:built the nine beef combine from obtaining controlof owed by the .*
: wild of the state of Guerrero with dealing with ,the vital Issues aa up person and seriously Injured a 4'
presented The
sample) of uranium. the most precious In tbe democratic platform union labor political organizationwhich number of other. The dead: George the retail beet trade In Great Britain due the petition sets out that the balanc '::I')
three times elected a* ma'orEu&ene government Is $887,853
i L deliver Mead, manager of Northwestern Winston CI
of all metals. An analjsfs of the but to no stump speeches.Mr. Improvement urchlll. president of
; Bryan will E. Schmlti, formerly orchestra company'. store; Gifford the"board of trade. hall Informed According to plan being discussed if.
sample ha been made go to New York Lord
t ; by the director ,
I leader ,In one of the local theatre McDowells clerk at Washington by the signal corps of-
of the geological Institute here some time In August. It la''said be be placed trial for tbe : Andy Grill, clerk; Robert Cecil. In tbe house of commons nee and '4
r' has determined *, win on .Mra. Perry Moffatt. wife of brick- the board 4f ordnance of the >"
and be declares that Mexico is wage a fierce battle Ruef that the operations of the six I' 1
destined In that itate. third time tor-alleged bribery. maker; Infant child of Mr, Moffatt firms army one million dollan.wl.b. **ked I
.* to be one of tbe radlurs) producer his failure to believing that despite I la under seventy-eight Indictment Joe Roast miner; Joe Pogriappl, miner ;. constituting the beef combine of the next nlt. of ,
get an eastern were receiving the l
J, of the run which charge him with bribing fourteen and two careful attention dirigible' of
world. Simples have ,also ning mate New York; Is debatable miners. of the airships similar to that H
i -41I : been spent to the Smithsonian Institute James of tbe eighteen members of the Manager Mead and tbe' two clerks that his government. Mr. Churchill said Count Zeppelin for coast defence. RapId f1!
i-. at Ollie Kentucky baa been last; Scbmltx board of supervisors to from the store vent to tbe Investigations thus far had progress in aeronautic among for-
Washington. Mr. Nlven claimsthe selected: for the not yet convinced him
; chairmanship of the of the
grant franchises to Various public house to aaalat in unloading neces elgn nations makes[ It Imperative
a carloadof
i .deposit. 1* a large one. ,I democratic national committee. .service ,corporations.NOT i powder.fOgKlLlIHIO. alt)" of appointing a house of commons -" they believe, that the United sutes.bould ,. j

'/Hawaii: had: a ,candidate- for the \ committee of inquiry. begin plan for aerial fleets. !\
,, NANTSI.EFTINBATIIINtIUITS.400,000 .. ,.. democratl vice? president nomination :: THE. TIME FUR'ADY ANtE. I HI? SISTER r \
i In William 'A. McKlmmey a' leading -' MONEY TO MOVE CHOPS. Thata household' ary.n ,when

______ 'people'VI.ltCon..) Island* and.. j lawyer of Honolulu: but didn't; get ,a Eastern' Railroad' President Decline Otis. D,. Smith, Whit., Sentenced to traveling witha I famlly -
13,000 .8le.p'OfltsI.Isnd.. ', .> chance to present liiauiame : to ,Raise Rate., '.' -i Hang." Mississippi' Will Have No Trouble in entitled to a pass lawfully in- ,

:f ..HeYorte'.City"" li t* estimated' I' t The first appeal campaign contribution Philadelphia Pa.-In a' statement Jacksonville, ,Fli.-Oil* D. Smith Raising Funda.Accordlns eluded within the term "

_ _" .that A90. OO" persons were at ,Coney !, b,.. the democratlo.condl- of Issued railroad with presidents reference lo In the New meeting,' ,York.; a young white man. must .ale on the to the leading banker I used one In of the the act to .K.t.colm.ree.Is .1 ]

_ Island .Sunday bunting a .breeze,, But dates for the presidency and vice gallows forthe murder of his sis. of Mississippi that state public ''the'
at' which was .discussed the question will need by Interstate,
1 It waa hot even at that resort. and presidency has. been made.'. In a ,formal of,raising freight rates. President Mc- ago.ter.:; Cora This verdict Belle Smith a few weeks very little, If any, oUlalde'IIn.ncl.1 commission. commerce"f'1

ri. the ,njercury$ :went as high a*' 90"gree4 message directed ,to;tbe farmer jCrei .oft the Pennsylvania ,Railroad I irt after was a bard rendered. itithe'gircuitc assistance In marketing; tbe seasons A young'niaftwhd gave his nam5.--

Come 26.000 person had of the country. Messrs. Bryan and company ,wbo was 'present,_said that 1 man'a life. fight for the cotton crop. The bank JI.b- Hertgeld '. arrested in Ne '
Witnesses .
young proper
: &pent sand .
::' urge to contribute accord. the {conclusion, reached Was that toe 'cruel treatment, ta tbe girl lin better, : shape to finance tbe York City at tb request of the Mexl-
'' 1ba"toCsuit..} and the attendance. Ins;;to their mean and' in other'wayaasnlst time I* not opportune for an advance threats, made against and of carloua this year than last,, and, the Mlaslwlp.crop can atborltl.! at Washington on tbe'
Attire* were 1 helped. alone by these In restoring democracy to her life pi branch of 1 "' '
In ajl class .ratajlD; ,territory/rep-/ The ,date .be..eXec\lUQQ" the Farmer Union charge 'having stolen1 V5OB5 frOJ'I
y' I \.. ..,L.+'b4 ,",,' giower.':' .... ""t I me.te4..a t-tho'meeting. been el.., ,( .. ,baa, not, play a/very prominent part In will the tbe,Mexican' Sugar'eflniug' coDpany.

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the level, of M.., Worth-I'uwn M- g" Godd Roods,jf Do nott'suft.r"J.
;.A :- -BLUESTOCKING Worth .1 represented In the last number "; .

; bat threeof; the Petit Courier. des r- ;vfth. .severe '
Vaults Her collars and cuff would
UAve been the newest not a Care of Earth Roads ."v Headaches ,
....______ .r _. ____ __,_ .,;> : thing out .. A '
: twelvemonth ago: fa Oxford: street.. Ill'r'aauD 'rWbIlo American;,(road buildeif.aroa when :
\ : I hair, plentiful still. though sixty, capable of constructing good roads
winter hare powdered.It fashion.* a* those of any country! of the Old

.... OA... "ROMANCE REALITY. 'ably almost girlishly* mad the. mostof World, they Have not' bean ... loyally
'. beneath a tiny '''atteau cap ot supported a* the men ot those countries '

: ' .. ..; !' .... lice', rosebud and ribbon. A tarnished In maintaining the blghwayilf-
.... blue and cold keepsake or annual ofa ter completion, and'the deplorable
to ---- --- -
date, coeval with Mis*. Theodora's ,stat of many hundred thousand HER BINE, .

. BY Miss ANNIE EDWARDS.' I Ii own'youtb, is In tier banaL ", miles of road la thus accounted for
"M, dear Daphne! Is It possible County and township,officials may at'

CIUPTER Lh that 'life plows" into faces ot forty and that you bare again forgotten the. the outset stand the expense'of barIng sae. ...
\ fifty.-and that we label resignation or postbag? This is a little too bard." a road built, but.they .strenuously :e
.,,. ROKCS. '" denpalr, according to our creed, twed. Theodora' VaniUtiirt'a tone .barelysavors object when asked to provide fund Will Cure You.
L oonAsITt.nvu.T JerseycK of to pleblin a quality as sourness to rebuild the road that has bean allowed .
t1-two years bare, snfflced. without a The Uv r Is the znaln-eprtn for the whole body. Trt ezpeotgoal
'( Je farmhouse Its walls I line, without a wrinkle, fo trace hers. ,, yet It la acidulated enough to to go to ruin Jieajttb one must keep the liver In good order. To do so;
torA, 0 blenched, by tile Halt Daphne Chester expects nothing is carry. reproach y It Is Important that farmers learn B regulator is needed. Horbtne will put your liver In the condition
';r storms of a hundred winters forbidden even the natural joy of look. "I'have'been performing my duty.'* of ,the benefits to be derived 4rom it should be and you will cot. suflor from headaches.
OW"" its windows" case!'* jng forward to Paul's"manhood. She those taccatoed,. (-lillly accents seem good earth roads that county boardsbe
tqented and lozenged niter the fashion dressed lu lavender A POSITIVE COREFOR ,,
a grew old of heart before she was to Imply. "I, a with the need ot a proper
of 175O. the date that ,with two young; lias i had fatalist experience: of 'stilt, a la Uegenee. with folded white maintenance of the same.. and
heart entwined, figures in rudely'cut men-of their love of their truth-nnd beads, with a mind engaged la the that road builders'and overseenlearn CONSTIPATION, CHILLS AND

,...t' characters above the central porch. would rain keep) the child"a baby for. pursulfof elegant literature ,hare, in 'how"-bast. to care for the road FEVER. BILIOUSNESS, MALARIA <<1
way. ever on. her breust."Me the expectation of possible ,visitors In their charge. >> '
Overhead are balmiest summer airs. ,, been keeping; up the appearance that Tbe- persistent and powerful en.* .*
sky with more blue in 4t than you taught him Mamiey, repeat (befits our family's birth and breed. tales of earth roads are water and

'' will see during n dozen ordinary. Elli. Paul, .I looking up. the-triumphant, glow lag ," __," narrow tires, and the con.taat.lrort Has Done A 'World Of Good.Mrs. i \ Huh Junes, II lid: roses. e of a Nimrod on his peach-like, rbddy "1 pod Aunt Hosle have bad as busy of. the men in charge of the roads banused
hoses around the windows, above cb.eek.'See what I'aullo taught. a. dRY a. I remember," Buys Daphne, should be to guard against-their destructive .: O.'IX Philley, Marblo Falls Texas" writes "I .
4 the door, along the eaves-rose* cvety- And cautiously from beneath his flattened with the conscious ,homage that (In effects and remedy all damage Uerbine and find It the bet liver corrective: I hare ever
where straw jkat draw forth what two I tried. It done my family.. well as myself a world of good,
real, life> tao Industrious Apprentice as quickly as possible The simple I eufler from II ':
friend never
'! The penetrating odor of newly minute ago was butterfly, a mangled and"I recommend It to an my
lever offers to the Idle one. 'First, I Implements which bare been found !' i*
burned "\'I'lIlc" strikes the sense, over heap of legs wing. and gold there were the currant ('ake.'for, tomorrow's I to be of greatest assistance In this headaches anymore. BUY rr. t f
'powering even the' luscious smelling powder, just enough of life animating liny making-you.know Aunt I work are the plow the drag-scraper Sue WILL
n. garden lilies, the! pinks', gillyflowers: all for the creature to quiver an Instant Hosle will never suffer any one but mo the wheel-scraper, the roadgraderand .
and brown lavender that stock tile ln> conqueror's ,iron- grip,*then- be, to bent.the eggs, and then I bad :to the split-log drag. Ballard Snow Liniment 'Co. ,
; trim-kept borders. You may Lear the' still. print nil the luark butter, by,myself. With a sandy soil and a subsoil of "
crawl of the tide upon the Minds: you "Oh. Paul? One more butterfly murdered argot could source singe 'Dlguedon.' clay, or clay and gravel deep plowing 5O -so.JN.: Second St.,, ST.., LOUIS MO.tmmmmmmfmmmmmm .,
may hoar. It you listen loug enough !" sore Daphne In a voice grave. l lu her fever to get away from the so 'a* to raise and mix the clay
tbe following love song, chanted forth ly proportioned to""the heinousness of housework: to the' hayfield a o'I-.' with the surface soil and sand will ,' ....
t from acne Interior "loll'of the bonne.Jii the child's crJtffe.: ''ne.\\'fts so' happy "( cannot for the life of me, under-- prove ben.tlelalrhe, ,' combination 'and Recommended by s. ... w
a monotonous peasant voIce-a \'olcepossessing with bIll friends among! tile flowers lIud'dllt stand performing 'menials,work for forma a sand-clay midst, a trifling :Sold:
about as much pretentlou nobody nor batni antl you havekilled pleasure.". Interrupted 3I1 Theodora, expense '
; (),. 'to cadence or' expression as docs tbe him! '?ant' will nerer be able to with a downward turn of' the eyelid On the other" band. .If< tbe road< be For Sale. "at 'ROBERSON'S, DRUG STORE. "

'-w lid refrain Itself to meaning: run race' with the poor( butterfly upon her" own dainty dress] and' useless entirely of ,sand a' mistake will be --- '
f' Belle digtiedi again: delicate band.' 'Supeilntend made If It U plowed unless clay can
retie diKuedcine; ,. "Me till another," says Paul promptly jour domtMtlc concerns a* narrowly be added, Such r .:ng would merely .-
Belle diguvdon.: .. and. 'showing, arow of tiny pearl- you will,' our poor papa used* to tell deepen ,the stn., and at tbe same KISSIMMEE
DonlondondonlOther white teeth n*, be shake: tbe corpse are 'Oh"e. your orders e"er7mornlnlr time break up the small amount ot r,
sound or sign ot human existence ' of the victim with disgust from bin to the housekeeper, and let her Ire responsible hard surface material "which may '
Is there none, and, indeed (the small Angers: "Vllnln bllttl"rt'1'-\1!r' for their non-fdlflllinent. But bare formed If tbe subsoil Is clar
liiger's voice before long grows silent Mrs. Chester snatches the child up- never If you wish you servants to respect and the surface scant In sand or gravel .. : :RIVER: :ROUTE.; "
Hay cutting Is at Its height today, trom tbe ground, looks reprovingly for you step beyond the precincts I. plowing should not be resortedto .

and Margot, the solitary woman servant a moment or two at his bold brown ?< ur drawing room' Now, realty, why as It would resuftin a clay surface '
of Flet-d-la-Keln, Is hurryingthrough three-year-old face, ,then begins to should' 'not Margotcompound the l u rather than one ,oKsand,or gra' S1TELA.UBH LILUB BTXAUER RO8EADA.
j her kitchen work to join the mother him with Kisses-tbe usual beginning ' borers' cakes and prlnt'tbe butter for Captain ,Clay Johnson. 91, .. Captain Clay Johnson?, Je.f

f men and maidens in the field. Tb / and ending' of Paul's. "punish\ the market as well. ns Henrietta and vel.A road foreman must k wit Regular weekly, trip to Basslngtr. a 44 return,,, Roseada I.av..Y1aatnrtree
house dog takes his afternoon siesta ments." Tuesday morning and 'arrives rtlsslmmee
yourself only what to'plo and what tot to Friday evening.
,t on, the ,porch. Floods, of sunshine, Tell, me, my sweet," she whispers Daphne makes no reply. Faded rejuvenated plow, but bow and when to plow* It Bpeclal Charter Trips to Lake OkeeaXubee and Fort Ifyert en the LUU.
solid amber. Cupld-llke. give to the as she bears him In her strong young silks, useless hands, elegant tbe road I II of the"klndVbJcb/accord- .Oemfortable aooonunodaUo for pu stagers.;. Ratee reaseaable,
scene I know not what dreamy flavorof arms toward the Louse "think a long literature, and mystic duties performed Inc to the above Instruction* should ,Tbe most picturesque "Waterway la Florida

Mariana In tbe South. Almost! you time first, and tell me how much love toward'society Un, general have: long be, 'plowed over Ita,eDUre'width' Fes- P............ and 'Freight ,Rates apply to
might expect to hear tbe sharp cry of Paul has got for Mamsy'rWithout ago Invested Miss Theodora, In. the method U to'fud the first furrow CLAY.JOHNSON. BIU Proprietor.

the deals, almost believe that yonder thinking a second Paul eyes of the whole1 household, with the lathe" middle of the road, Oh Board "Wile.- Klsstauaee. Jim>
sweep of quivering sapphire were! the mute off a scarcely appreciable fraction
sacred halo of irresponsibility ,
out to the sides, thus .forming ,a 'oJ "
Mediterranean or Adriatic; not the pro. of space on one tiny finger Paul himself-the;very dogs and cats, Results from such plowing ,
sale strip of British sea that separates ."And bow auich for the three old seenTto*,know that Theodora Vanalt- crown.are greatest In the spring 'or ,early .7 W rsl/we..s/u1s. ,.+t.- ea.pyAAAb
Cherbourg from tbe Channel Islands aunts who all want to see Paul a i
; tart Is i not of the name) work-a-day summer, v.
And this Is all! Fov this we nre, '
good boy? "of stuff Aunt
commonplace as
born weep a little, and die:' So muses-. For a moment Paul looks innocently Hosle and Daphni""U In ditches a plow can should be used to .. p. Martian Life J9I
good advantage' but be followed .
Daphne the world, her lat.pat of butter printed he by 'a :scraper or grader To .. -
tben '
w the question n t. commencesdrumming rleU,, eccentricities do"not, alas! de ,
make wide ditches nothing, -
from the' alder-shaped windows of /: a little Impromptu tune of crease with,'ace, But it does seem a than the, deep ordinary lrag-scraper ons ake lor,Creatures of an
1 tnt cool sweet dairy. "Haymaking bis own composition upon his moth(>r'* little hard that others should bo madeto ,
and then ha* yet been devised<< ,For hauls under -
this month harvest the next
shoulder. '.fdvancedO der
suffer for-what I cannot but regard 'ofo"lftellecfr' .
100 feet In, m&fID.411. it ,
the second crop of hay; apple picking, "What, no love for Aunt Hoslie{. when "as the very refinement of selfishness. cr ,
1 II serviceable. It U a:mistake >
mangels plowing
cider tnaltiig, turnips, -
., the makes you toffee on Saturday Your poor grandpapa, ('blldColonel '
for tbe ,corn potato planting, p0.tatodigging Paul's appreciation 'of( Aunt'Hosle' George Vanslttart, tbesweetest tempered however to attempt to handle By Parclval.. .LowelL r'
.' bay again! If pne "toffee" making is measured, niter due most forgiving of men; used to ,long-haul material with this scraper,
'were only as old as Aunt Hosle! If deliberation, by the length of one hand say that the one, unbearable, trial ofour as the wheel scraper Is better adaptedto .., .
For' hauls of t: ,
wake blessed such work. more
could some
three Inches and a halt
say, lo be
as pilgrims was kept
morning -and find that one bad done "And for Maitre Andre wben be waiting career for' ones letters Now, my" ,than ,,800", feet''' ,a wagon. should be HATEVER: its actual age, any life now existent on Mars must I I'w
+ t'ver1'lbhlg-'ooe thirty'or forty more la tbe land stage of Its development on the whole a ,..
let you ride Llsette, at tbe ,
dear Daphne,, mar 1 beg of yon to puton used.The
bay harvest and',,cider makings And Charrue" machine most generally used much higher one than, the marine. But,. more than this, It
potato ,diggings snyl! ', If life were a The child stretches both arms wide. your, stud but run'tnke.Fanl u- to Quernac as your companion with, In road work is the',grader or road .., should] 'prfbablJ')ta,.. gone much -further It It, exist at'all.' ?

little less long, or;-n little luore'vaile-:' "Paul' alme-Maltre Andre beautoup, what haste you ewe' Jfnrgot, Is absent machine. This machine 1* especially J .. '. for 111,Ita evolving of terra tlrm .:Mars bas far outstripped'
gated 'Why for twenty.four hours('to beautoutf, heAeries, eagerly, Paul' from the kitchen, you tell me-for the useful In smoothing and.crowning : :. the, earth. Mars's surface Is now all ,land It. form of lUs

pas wlhout i a alllE'tortJarJtot\ ,. to :language I u must J explain;;,is +strictly' sake' It,roust,be, assumed.iof, meetingher .the .road and In opening ditches A 5, r must be not only terrestrial! as against( aquatic,but even a*
fling a newer 'love song thnn Digue- composite partvbroken, English pert lover In'tbe hayfleld-so I fear clay subsoil under a tilt'1"coating, of- '_ opposed to terraqueous ones. They must have roaefced not
don'-nay, eve for n single market patois French. "Beit plus qu'.,to 'p tile I must ask you to hurry back with ns soil should DOt be disturbed with "a '" .simply the stag of land dwelling where the'po"'UltIee''
i day, to \'Irlll", the butter with another Maman." hittledelayas may bOo In tbe event of grader It Is also a mistake to use a, are greater'for,those able to embrace them but 'that further;point of pinching:
name than rief-de-lu-Heine would be Daphne's lip tremblei. She belong. visitors:!' 'grader Indiscriminately. and to, pull poverty, where brain Is needed to survive at all. < -,

something! to the class of women who want perpetual Twelve ladles perhaps, on a liberalaverage material from ditches upon"a: sand-' The struggle for'exlst; nce in their planet's decrepitude and decay would t

i ")hlUlIl'.I"! shrieks out a piping expressions: of lore from the ob. arrhe at Fief-de-la-Relne during clay road. SNot tend:to'evolve Intelligence,tocope with circumstances' growing momentarilytnore .
treble from the direction\ ot'the flower ject beloved,. even though the object) a twelvemonth. A stray, open Infrequently turf, soil and slit and more adverse But, furthermore, the solidarity that the conditions:
+ garden.. ""'lens. p'tlte Maman. IrtePaulle -- shall hare only learned to lisp;, and ended circular find it t. way, thither from, ditch bottom are piled In the prescribed would conduce to a breadth of understanding sufficient to utilise ut.

taught. him fast. Paul whose healthy heart is 'granite occasionally, Theodora having lot middle of the road in a ridge, making Intercommunication over the whple globe Is made .not only possible,'hut obit, a
I Daphne leans forth her face quicklythrough hard-Paul has already learned thedef nA unguarded moment addressed a madholea a certainty ''It Is Important gatory.' This,would lead to the'easier spreading over it of some dominant'

'- the dairy \\'Iodo'alld beholds lights of-playing tyranf. London stockbroker, years ago on the In using grader to .avoid buildIng creature-especially were this being.qf an advanced order of Intellect-able to) ,
h :her small son Paul prone lu the middle "If I tell you a great, big s ;r't- matter of Investments and being forever up the road too much at one' rise ,above Its bodily limitations to amelioration of the conditions through< '
of a centre border, his golden head oil, ever no big I'atlilel-bow! many after treated in speculative, time.. A road gradually built 'up by erclse of mind. What absence of seas would thus entail, absence of.mouaj' ::
scorching in tho'511n, his straw hat kisses will\ you give me. I wonder" capitalist by tbe whole stoclcbroklng .frequent use of the grader will last tains would further. These two obstacles: to_distribution removed, life there ;, '
crushed to the earth beneath both The child nestles hi is cheek) coaxiuarly :- fraternity Once a week the, sisters better than It completed at one opera would tend/the quicker to reach a highly organised stage. Thus Martltn'con-
brown, dimpled flsts-''nlasl'and Due of against bis mother's. At three got "Cheltenham\ ok\r-On'three ation. d It Ions .themselves make for Intelligence.-From The Century
the finest do\'e'pinks, lu tliopardonAuut years of age children nro sufficiently or four. days 'old,, together with na The split log drag should be usedto 4',
,Howie's special pare find glory- versed .In philology to know that the nntedlhrvian.'Court ,J,J1rnnl." Christ- fllV In ruts and smooth the road N It..
: 1' ruslied alojng with Itl! word -'secret": means a new pleasure Inns bongs' Its modest very modest, when not too badly washed.-From KM ," '
"'{ "Ah, PnuJle. wicked boy that you for themselves.. stock of tradesmen's bills. Vet "o'ineradicable United States Bureau of Publics .
"L' "
'Mrn If, J' "
tlrel'\! cries Chester, sternly "To-morrow Jean'-Merle will brig Is habIt th* two elder MissVanslttarts.stllt Roads. "T. ; +Nb ti"r
,the most q'' on woman could by possibility' be stern, cakes this morning, and there's a little In those old;, long dead times of Road Building In the Country. ?
above all when It addresses the child cake for Paul to take down in the youth And properlty.; when the po t- "Don't you people 'ever work the Hard Time 'enef lts< j )
"Another pink bl'okelltbnt'makE's man really used!' to, bring communlcatlons I l
field like the real haymakers. them road In this section? asked the, automobilist ,; ; :
.1 ,three ofAunt, Hqsle's s best since dinner ."All for mine own self?' of l4viug'flesh\ .. and: blood I << ad he pried the rear wheel .
-and yotttllhnt'torn to, ribbons, anew ,"All for your own self ttln and with Interest-Invitations to dinners or balls,., of,his machine*'out ',of ,a rut with a Return of Habits of' 1 sudencer Econ' .
last ,Whitsuntide! Walt till I
bat 'Paul': ou the top "currants... Now, letters of frl..nd8hlp.letter.' of love fence rail. '
: ..\.. I come ouU This time 1"shall punish bow many kisses?" Rnlii or' shlue" ever ."much Daphne "Work; "'emT .Wall, I should say. amy 'and Sobriety4 of I9O7 Panic
A. ... you In good earnest, sir)! lIe bugs ber'well nigh to strangulation walks the"rninge shop at' we do," answered Uncle Charlie Bea- .' r,
And, a moment later, behold her flyIng -.. bestows three tour Quern where by arrangement tbe
or nolsjvcareless -oyer from the top rail of the fenc.
forth through the porch, then down kisses on her cheeks and neck; overworked country factor goes dally "Why', we work these roads._on the 13J1llexande D. ffoyax.T (!i:
the garden path, her white arms bare. 11000'\111.a fresh butterfly, more painted through the transparent fiction ,of depositing assessment plan none of thet money. Cr>w.-""'"- _- .. a- a):
her dainty apron bung as an Impro"Murtllbade than tbe last his the Flef-de-la-Kelne l tt1r. .
catching eye, struggle for felUrs., Every farm; U
over ber head, to administer down out ot bet embrace, and, bag. assessed system u* ',daytlwork 'on tb' ... 'I* no Less*true of a nation'than an Indt..ltlual.lIa. \ R y >
so many
condign judgment and retribution upon waving his hat wildly above his head, "If the thermometer did not standat highway;a', after the farm work 1 II r. ,show of .enormous prosperity based-en,et. wld debt loud ; ...:...
her son. is off., eight, Paul would enjoy the walk, : all done *.we ain't nntbtn' else isr ..... achieved though; living beyond It. means; paralyse the real'
{, Daphne I I. o fair slenderly b.tllt'girl Daphne' watches the small impetuous 'Aunt, Theodora! 'A* It'I.wUhhnlfgull. do we eJ\\an turn out..thirty or forty 'o'L 1 r4 : ; ;7 i /connructv.an4pro.r..lve:; : energy. with which.It* fortune ,
I ',of two-and-twenty' graceful after"tbe figure until It: !Is lost to sight ., consciousness Daphne makes) a. '11.. with plows, horses, picks, shovels ;i I.-i {. was originally established We sh.llln due time, Ire paying, ,
manner that out- door living and unconsciousness among tbe raspberry bushes and espaliered > suggestion that Involves ,Theodora an', hoes to,work th roads. I -tell : more attention to the fact that the .astonishing;, rise,of Industrial ;,1 ;
of effect are apt to beget, pear trees that divide the Yanslttart doing an1thlng-"a. It"Is, If* a,picnic., Work Why. they i-i. America, in International power and, prestige during; '''r '
yon i .
and with hair ,f as burnished blonde domain tot flowers from the ampler If youwould' not mind looking after make the dirt,fly until they get tired. 'the prosperous! :decade'since 1897, Its invasion of Jor.l.nt" ,
as the curls of little Paul. Her complexion kitchen garden. Then she turns away the child little tl'l I come back? He Then we find some shady spot to rest markets It*',Intrusion on the. scene as' 'new force in ,the ;\ ""
boasts the pick of a May morning Into the house, where ber own name will give you no trouble if you will let eat lunch drink some elder world productlvelndusty-reeulted, ; largely, from the saving o?,capital\ ,'the """ ,
'? a pair of limpid hazel eyes give to at this Instant Is being lustily vociferated ,him ,stay In the garden. r.ul'II'.I.. moke our an' maby play a game or two search after economies In production, and the ,application of,cost-redueag Invention ':l:

f tier countenance somewhat of tbe grace from tbe landing at tbe first .ways' good' wben be Is out of floors. ,of seven,, up. An we call it a d6'ew ."-*-> which were forced on the business community_ by.the-hard- ,.time after': f:.
of Corregglo's Virgin Mother So much floor "Pan 1* never cood-out' doors ? **"' 1888, .. oS
York Press '
Ifor tbe surface coloring, the ontward "Daphne! What in the world is or In." says Miss 'l'll'04ora.; .with Bts- : ? The resources, developed with so extraordinary: success J>y those methods} \Aaof
form. What Is the hidden, the moral Daphne blustering about- marcklan decision "But I am, of .a dozen year ago. we still possess, and they are not less certain' a ttctoI'.'.: '
;h& |',want of Mrs. Chester face For that Tbe voice is old, quivering J'et'pol course, ready to keep watch over him "A Red-Eyed ChlckHr. -. in the future of Industrial America than they were In'1898 or in tto14, Economic >Z
,this wants' exists a stranger can scarce sesses a certain gruff ring of majestyIn la your,absence,. If you consider such George Ladenburger bas a, history Is unfailing"in once* f its specific teachings; namely', that after. ;r
be In her company a minute without. Its tone One would say, 'bearing watching necessary, Wben I was a surf.enough curiosity in the possession each successive, crisis of the sort American finance and Industry have In due ..'\ '
,N 'discerning. No flaw is there of feature it for the first time! that, during three child" adds Theodrrft devoutly, "peo of a red-eyed chicken. time risen to far greater heght of genuine: power and prestige than In tile Prf':
d+ ; the profile Is clear; tbe serious lips or four score years ot human life.,that pie of education, believedthe, worldto It I* not the eyelid that are red. .ceding cycle of prosperity. Asjor the further outcome In the return of b&b--! :
close well above' n ''set of white', and voice bad been more used to command be under a moraleo.ernment. Parent a. might be Inferred, but."the' eyes Its of thrift, prudence;;economy and sobriety, to the American people/ In their ,
even teeth than to entreat.. in Providence. them.el.Tbe eyeballs are not ,prlrate life thin will be the quickest and surest ot'all' :results. Nobody wbo.V;.
'"JCotre pauvre demoiselle a la Ma- "Theodora! I wish to know if our To be Continued., bloodshot or inflamed but' are eta, has studied our_social history during th..J..tlIalf doien year* will doubt thath* -'
ladle sans Maladle." say tbe' country niece Daphne, with her usual heedlessness brilliant crystal red.while the sights the'change. was ,nededs-Th* Century, l' "'V '_
{people of the district, hitting the ,nail has forgotten the post bag"" A rnan'always imagines he has good are also red but of a darker hue. So' ,A
,: straight< \otre'deUlol.elleo"ATew\ : Upon this a door on the opposite side comes across an old transparent are tbe eyes '
c 'old, before ,she was 'yonng."Her account of the passage to the kitchenopen, love letter,be -:wrote to his "wife, ,during. the head of ,the .chicken is held be. Advertise >
I (f1.. ',with the world 1* closed., and' a modishly. dressed lady appears ,courtship- ', __, , tweet ,,'. '<>ur vision ,and'the lUll it appears ., 'in Your Home Paper>> |

fere'ls .tho solution:,, "La, Matadl upop tbe,threshold Some sound Consist t a.., If. tbe sun! were. sblnlng .
sans JJuIadle." ,I'use-41ie' word "modish". with pre- of loud talk.arguments- through from one.eye to the other, For' the :Best Results. \ '
mainly Very tiY
Dissect the young face"curiously aqd., meditation. Faded though. Theodora 'and tbe head lighted" .up v rnside.r'Dover : ., : ;

yon,will find tbat'what It lacks is expectation. Vanslttarfs lavender, silk may be; It. Hard' .c..h'"a 'awfully 'hard .to' do (Ky.)."News., ._ . ,
;, The; blank i!=, acquiescent look ,Las ..received.. .'reaJJustmeflTS-and- re-;-without- :--., -', . ', - -- '- -- -- -- --- .,-..---- ''
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J1Ie NBSMMMC 'Ywcy' Leo vs.'Good Roads. -

.. AD agitation ha* been atarted. by t.heKI..lmmM I
Gacette to build locks on fK SSi. Drug Company ,
PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY. the Klsilmmee.: river Jln order' thatnavigation tiI
: t.o' Lake Okeechobee and t
1' Office. tn.V'aUey Gazette Building.KISSimtEE. .. thence to Port. Myec by the Caloosahatehee G.
.08CBOJLA COUNTY. FCA., rlv might be made perman $ JAHl ELL! & JACKHOJS, PRO'O'S. > SPRING
ent. and not,dependent on the swig of
., the water .at,any particular lIeaull'Cf $ Prescriptions. Carefully Coiiipouiulcd. A Full I)
W,.$. HARRIS, Editor aft*. Pr p'r. the' yeat. Just. now the water is so Line of -
low In the river that boats cannot; fret i. -Toilet Articles and Pcrfiuncs.SCHRAFFT'S i'
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= through; the result Is that Klsslininee
., , SUBSCRIPTION.RAT merchants are losing the trade of the DELICIOUS' CHOCOLATES'' GOODS"
On Owcopy."opt* montha:,::::: .:::: ::: Ac people who.llve In the rich KUstinmee i ,
q On.copy. th... montlta. .. . . .. tA valley and that Port. I'lerceon the east ? ,
-- ..--=- .. and Bariow on the west are retting $ We Sortie J Ice Cream. and Cold Drinks. $
All MmimunleaUona, from our ..uth..t the benefit. When St. Lucle county ,.
-... eorn.pold.nta_ ,mu.t b..1 lriM. ",l by the wrftar.r .. completes the county roads westwardto $ A Complete Line of Cigars and Tobaccos $ ," ,
'II.Jeeud HOT will not b rrtnnwd
JIe .r. .. Taotie Fort. Drum and Uaalnirer. EVERYTHING IN STATIONERY. $
the business of that; section. will naturally . .
.y' Ent.rdatth.Pu.iivi.Is.g4.lmm.ef'1.a. find its way to Fort. Pierce. It Orders '". .
Delivered' .
.cond*laMi mall matter. $ Promptly i" Our lino almost complete
..,, would seer to bo a case of locks reran .
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7Frldav.,. .July 24, .1908. ord.". .l.._ ____. -rt--- "with Ginghams, Calicoes, ,
.' To.look for Lost Treasur .

} Taft ssy* he' sorry he left ,the The. Frostproof correspondent of the Bargains at Cash* Store, :Tawnsi: 11rhitroods Etc. '
bench. He i* the only one who 1 I.: Da i low.C'iMirler'Inforumnt" nays: .
X I I. in .
A exolllnuexpedition
very pro. 1 ,
'k: .. Does oiir: marshal intend to enfdroeIhe irreoii now to recover the) lout tronnure 4 Tho- early buyer gets they ,
the of the KlsslminveHV
from qulcknands
+ White Lawn 4O In. wide, 15c yard. ,
bull law same as he.does theAog law and liv the time till*,j>''Ier| I Is read it in Lace from {3c to.1 6c per:vard.. :best'' 'selection. .- >,
pooled that the treasure will be In Dress Pants $1.60 to $5.00 per pair. /' .?_ ,' .,
We are pained to Inform the.publlo the hands of the finders. It Is claimed Pair Stripe Pants at $1.00. : '"* .. : "
hat. there Is not" a> fire company. In that'tho.p ,)'maat.el"a' box of. gold fell TruCKS and Suit Cases at lowest prices. : ; ".. : .. .;;.I.."")". ': ,
Klssimmee. from 'rafa in the tear 1H.VI and was .
Picture Frames from 25c to $3.50 each. '
reouvered ai-oiiHl for
1 : i never though Values '
I Does the street. cummitlee consider diligently. Lately two of our follow- Crockery at the l lowest prices. ,
townsman have evidently located this Fancy Straw Hats at cost
that. pile of brIck near the Park Hotel ,
lost box of gold and think they will Galt Shirts .
made for $1.00 each.
aD ornament to the. cover shortly be In uomeHsloir of a fortune.
OltlorrK and men of the Indian war' Tinware at any old price. "
ltd. evident t.hat.\wbIAlle. )' and 'crime service claim that this bop was kifet! The only place you can getthe Beaver Brand Hat.
? ft,hand In band, If we arG'tAl lake and never I'ecoveled.'e' will say : ; KATZNAILS-
cour\ records as.'evldence-. more of this after later developments, -I
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R 'With Gompers back of--Bryan- .we : I Headquarters for the Best Shoes in'. Town. .

cannot aee bow ttie laboring men can .

afford to alignthemnelveswith. heerst ....

1T.simmeetiedOrlando playinffjball, cii THE GB YSTOJE GHBIIBE l E SHOPS r
and: with a very little exertion"she I:! J pop$

would best. her In population In two

;years. ANTHONY A. LOLL, Proprietor.'

t Wonder If AfeNamee, the Napoleon ,
I{ of whiskey feels friendly toward ANT rJOPFairbanksMorse t ;

the "|ntere ls" as he did before Ins
< defeat. for State Senator fr Gas Engines .

We do not coincide ",11h11': Heaist { and Irrigating Outfits.w ,I" . !:>

.and his new party, ljut.'hard/) think it "
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i reflects any credit on Editor Stovall

s when."he t allud- to them as "dejtener- C wall. = tip'' AUTOMOBILES RENTED OR REPAIRED 8 to 60 Penny, 8 Lbs for 25 Cents

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.r ID reading OJaude L'Kngle': uililoisms .: fsI ARTESIAN WELLS DRIVEN ANY DEPTH 3 to 6 Penny, 7 Lbs for 25 Cents '. :
a of Governor Broward, one .
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Paint and PaperImprove -- /
L musk not. forget that "Claude ;

wanted the Governor: to apuoiol. him 1 and protect your house.I v ,

United States Se atr. sample will be books pleased to to your bring house my 1U07 and We Solicit .all Kinds Repair Work '.

a If the Independence party Is founded irtak" any suggestions In the latest Cut on Other Geods. Price Before Buying. .We .
onttie principles of Jefferson, a* it decoration that you may dpnlre.
Drop me a Lard and I will cheerfully << Desire to'Reduce Stock for Cash. .
ol..lm., and desire the defeat. of corporationcontrolled turateh estimate on paper .. "'.. .... "'" ...... ,...... .I
Teddy-Tuft, .it and painting; : : : : : : : aCss IL MAOM. to Nts'r'+ O/.. - r-
"ti will Indorse Bryan at the conventionto

be held in Chicago on Monday. (EORtJE A.
"So Debs, the Socialist going to W. B. lvlakithonNEW Co.

r tour the Iii train .
country a painted OltLANDO.J. FLORL "
,& red. This Is a pretty free country, I: Livery Feed and'Sale. Stable.
but. tie-pwpl.'wail hardly I stand to fIWQOD

Lave aoarcby' flaunted IB their face
4 ( --:- ,b/ such a blatherskite as tbs hero of e I SPRING

i Cook county jail._ \ Everything I is Yew .and First-Class.! We will

1 Th 'C ronlele. published at Sao* Render Prompt and Satisfactory .Ser3 s

fold, is an ably edited,"v.*.r and a vice Dqy or Sight.. All Kinds)", $
credit. to the town, but the utauy items -
1 1'' It.*cqlunins reflecting on the jtouorter .. Heavy auling.AT .. a,
;1 Star'are rather nauaeaLlnttntthe;; .I BeAMAN'S: OLD_STAND. PHONE' 113..4 r
reading public and 4ue'r..EQ.I r Bell t I

?'' anything, .... but' creJIt. 'J 1.1 ..:+ d; "_t . ., "
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It would teach a wholesome lessonto
some of our kickers It .they would '

take a trip ovei, "'the State and endure City :Barber Shop NOW OPEN

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the suffering from heat for a week .

They would" then .know that Kl.slrn- H. REODJTT; .....
s. nee Is freer from mosquitoes, cooler

aDd the healthier country.than any other sectionof .. JEWELER ''AND NEW AND UP-TO-DATE H. C. STANFORD. CO..

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In 'Sanford when a citizen has a .J -L .. ._ **. **}
Call and '"Llne'of Watches.
chicked coop built or a new picket see ,my NORTHISSSIMMEE.
nailed on bill renew the local paper Hot and Cold Baths .| PHONE NO.-I$. J

fanned late)v claims a building boom Any-artIcle of Ji!r.lry Promptly Or. I = :
; bu struck the Lowe. la Klstlmmee '
: twenty-five. thouiarfd dollar school a dered upon- Bequest.BICYCLE ,, Fine Havana Cigars f c.w. Griffin J= .
buildior,.a tee. thousand dollar fraternal SUNDniKS.; ,
y hall, two five thousand dollar
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Fancy i
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some 'dwellings. are at present .In /

'course of construction, but we only Sprigg Fleming POOL '. ROOM IN CONNECTION. Fresh Meats. t .
consider that as the normal condition I.lit t +

of our prosperity. and merely) mention CLEANING .
them In local Items, Dellueryjivery Day at any Hour Patronage Sollcltea. .

PRESSING Malsby-Machinery. ... .......!'k VkiA.WV *h rfW jfb. A ...-.
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's I If Florida Goes Dry DYEING .

It will not help the man or woman who REPAIRING
: has a craving appetite for drink. The --- 22 OCEAN ST.' ,JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ;BULLETINFPBOTIVK .
I de.iremust be remoed. If
; .1 you have .
r t a friend or relative whom your' would Leave word at my home and clnthelwillbe Portable. and Stationary. fngines: JUNK rev! '
like to save from the drink or drug called tor and returned.. Saw Mllli, Woodworking Machln-
habit write immediately for confidential --- I 'err,.Shingle MlUp, Lath Mills and 500 Mile State Family. Ticket $11.25Good
Information to The. Keeley institute Satisfaction Guaranteed general line Of aupolles. Complete "
I E Jacksonville, Fla. tf fine carried In ttock. for Immediate over the Atlantic Coast Line In each State for the bead or dependent
. fchlpnient. Sold on eaiy. terms.. members of a family. Limited to one year from date of *al.. .

;,; notice. : ; Il will\ pay you_to consult us before IOOO Mile Interchangeable Individual Ticket*$2O r

r ? Executive The member Comml'.lee of: the are new requested Democratic to1! 5tEPr buy lor.' Postal. will. bring our sales-. Good over the Atlantic Coast Line and 30 other line In the. Southeast. ,(;r ;;'
man. ''Write for illustrated catalogueand aggregating; 30,000 mile. Limited to one from .
meet at the Court House on Monday, _. 1lrtty.ll
1 August and 3rd to, for transact the purpose any other of organizing business - Aft.WJu.Me4e i., .a claM. V.r-bylhem..Now ._.'I W.M.. 0........Soutlwm, AQ.ats fa C.rtmtod. Fwquhar price EwinM..BoUoira.Dd' Saw Mill. 2,000 Mile Firm Ticket. $40 .

that may come before them. b.coa6deDo: Good over the Atlantlo Coast. Line and 30 other lines in the Southeast
i T,''M. MURPHY. I.themb.estwtaer aggregating( 30,000 mile; a head of employed
k.ew they' aa..a. i' manager or firm and
.July 3-tf Chairman. : 8.arc euAu6utk lk Ei ewe ialk.Bum. a tjM limited to
earn b.rdl.d ups tlve"but.lI'ood for only one of such person at. a time. LI ml
t A Contented-= Womanis'vfwav :.Dent. with tzpelt cheap ted to One year.from date of sale. -

; the -.wd.ys.rsurerty j. w. THDJIIPSO Picture Moulding I NOTB.-All lot.rchanlteabk. .... \
: found la same house lies la bq l.w It .I. TUkfrU of AtUntlo Coast U.........
I- with. Ballard's Snow Liniment nkeel" .MecIa..t. out LI. I sold.prior lit.nd Ito lat will r. be.-l on tow II... in &.be State of FlorIda .'.
c1..tlon.a.d .
? every member of the family free c. lit
All Kinds of .I
:_ from ache and pains, 1 it heals cuts. hoar tramweetby, , -,l 15 Cents JP-'
1t.q.' burns aDd scald and cures rheumatism F..;! Ad.aalter..ta i ,FUNERAL DIRECTOR i ,made to Order, J ,i
t 1:, ,:neuralgia! l lotnbaguand. all muscular .mr i Saved In passage fare by purch..lalliocal ticket. from our agent,
,. soreness and stiffness. 23c, SOo I YVmr ae..1mMtanaS LICENSED EMBALMER I. > ': .
.I'"'and 11.00 a bottle. Sold by riobersoo'iBuy '

< .Ph.rmacl7._____.._, . _. .. '- : 4. l Prompt. attention Given tq I ATLANTIC COAST1-INE. .1
,, --: L I\i ROGERS LIVERWORT' l<< j orders. tent by mail or. I '
-t-- } Kodak. Ladies' t I ,_ .. ,
.a TAB. AND OANOHALAAUA' Also Nice Line of .andGents' telegraph i .
: For flu*" riimnlmo'CTirw t-l 'niiflu. Cold, .
For ticket
;;, The OICeOIIo Pharmacy has secured Asthma aDd bruuoh 111..04.11 LIUllrOOmp'...... Burial Robes. reser.yation.4r-information call, on nearesE Atlantic. .Ooaat Line,
(be local for the famous East- ton.oIlntr. toron.nmp'lnn.. Mv.rnorl, Tar and I 1 s .- Agent-or. '
!', and now have them Inock Wild < turn. hayu for altss iunuln' a.abWtllud.rerwtatfon n . : : '' ,ResidQnce .West Side of J. W. CARR, .'P. :A. ", ' J-'
i tul nl JOv.KmKLAND. D..P.A.:
a' (> onnfhremv tl ;
ranging In price from (2 to $12. J)*.' It ouutaiua'uo o':>,lum or h.rmml ,PHONE.78__ "Court! House. Square. J \ .TAMPA. FfAR1DA. J :'
'\ JUT one> and your own picture, drug.esnbetve..wlib rat.ty to ehildrca.. ; 'T.J.. C. .WHITS, O. P. A. > W. 'a. M.'M
make Pea" .00.. -,,1\1 :
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,i ", ,,it We"*have too much Crockery and so will' give the amount" ( "$25.00 give free :one 42-piece highly orated -;, t. ," '. '\), ", '., -" ':.:, .

public DU'oppo'rttln'Uy'to profit by this remarkable offer. Dinner Set, and to the amount of $$50.OO give free one ', ':.' ,', ', -<: .

"' : From thin date until August first, we will,, to every lOO-piece highly decorated Dinner :Set.. This until 's'iX' '' ',. :: ,

-' cash customer (other than Pianos 'and Organs) to, the sets o( each kind,.:have been disposed. of. ", '" ' .' ., ,J.


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KI&lmm66 Valley Gazette 1'Th Maktnson eelle'nalla l : 8"1).: for 2Co.:I Cut Co.There prices. .on'. woolen-goods at Stanford -, SCHOOL BOARD PROCEEDINGS.Concluded. . ., ,, .,. ,+facer rn, i.t,i/1ueu/srrAtl!< ecrdlr Ak arilusa i -

-. -- The Fay Stocking Co.for, children and : will be preaching at the Alliance ] JUST RECEIVED A FULL LINE OF
ladles at Stanford ( .)) ,
TELEPHONE NO. 11 __ Hall as usual next Tuesday
t .. I Subscribe for McCall's'.' Maar.lneCO ( evening '. [ l
JPUBLISHEDljEVeRY FRIDAY cents a year-at A, S: .. Gilbert's. Bull Wanted. want to buy one The Board then proceeded to
point teacher as follow .
,: ... "--BY___ Foa'S'.U.E-A good family horse hundred bull from one"year old up.. Mist Mabel Tl.on.,, school: No. 23: White RoseGoods.
t". .... W.K_. ...A... 'perfectly! gentle and will work any -, J. W.MHJLKR.Mr. Mlsi Bessie Lawson school No ,2;
: I.e., D. OUTLAW.Flor Miss
\ where. Apply t.o. :P. Beverly Robinson and Mia Mar Waldron, school No. 10; ,
belm's M/ Patent Oxfords are Robinson, of Virginia,are visiting MI. Nel l le.Wet.llflrheeIChool No. 34; I
:- OFFICIAL. ,WBATHER. WKPOrVT. the correct thing a* to style, comfort, 1rL A. 1'':., Dawson on Shingle Creek. Mil Mann school No. 12: Mr*. J. II. ,
,; t-A*..* tmp rator..for'_k .....1... Ttiumd.T. etc. Found at H. C. Stanford Co. tetra L. C.' Drlggs I I. moving his Steffee' school No. 8; Elsa I, J. Long .' I
,._. JsI lV 16 MOB. onlv. family to Lakeside- Groves where he principal school No. 20. and Pearl
._. r[ Mr*. J.' 1.'. rioberson and children\ will assist Mr. R. D. Fuller, In orange. Smith alllillt.ant..A.: .,R. Roebuck lit J .
... -.1---.11" and MU Jesna'Gprdder left Tuesday grove operations assistant, school\ No 28 and MU i .
a T" : for Cairo, Gav, to spend a month with :Misses Missouri Wood 111 and Susie Isle Hoper, primary departlMnt.Fred : ]
,.. relative" Bell 'who have been visiting relatives Harvey primary department. oJ")" I '
r" 1" ..11I8aturdaJ Do not forget that the ale of tweet- In Georgia, for the: past month, re- school No. 13; MI. Willie ,.1 I! Canned Fruits/Jellies, Jams,. Marmalades Vegetables, .\
/ '... ., In : : scented soaps three tablet for 10 turned home last Tuesday.Mr. school tto. 9;; and I.1U1 nft C >-l 1 Leek) Fish: Etc.
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and. y school No.,3. i r
: 'dw' .... \11\ :11I: cents, clones tomorrow. Sam Barber brought In from KiMslmmee 'I
For the
\ .,..... . to1"el. 71Thar.d.y. : THE: HOMK: STORE. his grove yesterday, sprigs bearing << IMvnolda was High elected:tothe8th I 4
w.-.. I as, .111I The "42 Club"" Is the name of the oranges from the regular February grade and MU Louise :Alsobrookl 14 R. S. Floyd & Co.t
9- latest social organization! among the bloom; also smaller fruit from blew was elected to the fourth irrade. The [: f
which ain, May aDd blossoms I
young ladles of J{Uslmmee. The club I I came position or music Instructor was given <
entertained last which have recently been put. on. He
was very pleasantly to Mis 'Alex and of
Friday afternoon by Miss. Grace says ho has twenty-seven trees ,"which to Mlii Sue Mean elocution I I ' --J1WrHFJW ''W ,-'W' W1'W---> *v r' 1W 'Jt

Jolly at the home.of hr grandfather, will this year produce three seperatecroiis. The salary of the 8th, '". _. .' '
"Dr. M. J. Hicks. wan placed at tQOOO month.
::: THE LOCAL HELD. Manager S. I". Lupfrr went up to: Mr*. Tanner an aged and 'highly re alary of school No.per.9 wa placed Thej. ;
. j Sanford Monday.on business foe the ""I.eeted .lady, hedhere4astSunday at MO 00 per mouth. The*.aarv) of 6. A. CARSON.. ( 'J A.. iiNPORD.J a' U LUPFER
J'! Klftslmmee Lumber Company! lie re- the home of her son, Mr. Corley Evan was placed at $13000: per .........:. Vlo.. -Prwid..t. $..r.wr.. 1

-.... """"' I!CAlved) an order from Chase* Co. for I Tanner and was burled at Plnecsstle 100n h. ...
I 100,000 feet of lumber be used In rebuilding -I on Tuesday. She also leaves a daughter : The school building having been de. '
Wade the Tuner.! 9rlando. j their packing houses. which Mrs. C. H. Hansel and other stroyed by lire the Board after con d '
,y"0o to Maklnson's for nail. J were recently burned. relatives here to mourn her fo.... sidering' the matter. decided that the KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.

g; Dwellings, for rent, apply, to h1. IT The handsome new residence of ! Mr. J. W, Austin came down from Monday school would open on ,
..Tiller . ... Dale which has been building for 'Maitland yesterday, and will leave today the lint In October and that
". Forty rolls of matting at coat, fort I Dome time wairfinished this week andinn with Mrs. Austin for Atlanta, the Wtl'P.f same would only be eight
cash. S. C. G. How, Co. <' family has moved In. Mrs: Win where he will place her In Wesley month. The Superintendent instructed
Dale who canon up from. Miami to Memorial Hospital! for treatment, as far aa possible to open j
*< For Bicycles. Saanlbarger. Orlando supervise the work for his mother, will. Mrs. Austin ha been here for several allcountry schools on the first. Monday ., and
'f" 9r6t. i I return home today. days stopping with her parents Mr. I In. August. Said action being. Rough Dressed'n

.. Dr Wlnn spent Wednesday. In Ori i, Owing to delay In receiving the and Mr*. M. N. Ovei-streot at Shingle I taken because It .was, found that. the I II ,
f: )ando. .! School Creek. during which time she has been average attendance wa better.
plan fir the lllnh building .1
,_:t. under the treannect. of 1 Dr. Wlnn. I The Board Innl'uctedV.. W. 'Pine
for sale S. Urn time
: McCall's Patterns. by A. the nommlttee has extended Lumber.HOUSE
.' Gilbert I I for filing bids.for tho contract to Au Her many lends here,lpe for her a Chandler t $r. kK-ody at rtaslncer, same to be placed fejr
Mr. W III Dale returned to hi* homei ;; gout 3rd, and the time for completion | 4
..";;;;y .. .' the patrons without cot and name to j \
.'", of the building 'lo December l")th. See Peter Mc<<< ut.eh4'OD brought In a .
st Miamltoday.fastman be paid for'out.. of Disthcv1
I t the Sub
',' revised' 'Notice lo Contiactom" In i I wagon load of the famous Nancy I ,
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Kodaks and supplle at this Issue-- 1 Hall sweet'potatlesthismorning' which fund No 4. Mr Chandler was,also I ::4c
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Kl lmiuiw Drug alllll.t
I II I jo to :
': Mr Jnhn Brvan-camo up from I Danla . Co.. Mr Me(:'uu-heon' sent a "small"on of pupils for WbltEier.No. : '
I I.,.. and spent a few day here.: this i, miine,delicious Hclirallm withnrianufact ehonolatea.'They round to the Veils Gaxetu 13 and Basslnirer' No. 28 and to report D O ,
have s
'I week. a direct. olllcu for which hn has our thanks.The" meeting on same. : 'r
Use Plank's Chill Tonic.. Guaran I from urers factory for fresh This good contract, shinned.. rpqiUros/ potato sent iiit-wolahod 10} tioumls. !I .Su >u Sears and Chairman W C. I'MttigAg AMag.lN grVNNtl1giAMVaKg, 1A "' F;
teed. Price 25 n"--; Sold by 11.111 I and we -designate It. a "smflll" OIIH nail mere instructed, arrange fortemporary r W.
all old goods to l>e ohlpped back\ to 'I
I class room for Kiislmmee 1
't'; druggies.t ',u117.8i I I factory and new good pod out liecaiiHn )Mr" Conrad liryanr who I' '
ship f
/ high Hcliooi and also to the
*,. Mr. Leake MersbOn. of Gainesville' I I NoIIf.I'Ii to bA. offered' forDaWHLun the brought smallest It" In stated tho.Jnart.that" It. was ono of I I neneskafy furniture! for 'same; ..Id"" .Sunny South Stables.
filM her" on a Vtslt to his aunt, Mrs I Itlal Ht fuinltiireto I be used In the new bJlld.In 1. ,
O.:V. Bearden i 1 and Hendrix Aldt-rman, Mr 1 F., Ml: Smith wens: ufpNO( .Orlando I Il *. ,

lad Supenf.or. GAO. W. Over- of Fort,Ba lng..r. were In thc C1ty the l yesterday to visit' his daughter,.1 The> salary of the superintendent and
-, street has" been confined to his home 1 i first,of the wlc\\ DnWIlton' has just .Alma who was operated upon InCidontaU ua placed, the same a. : L. H. INQRAM. Proprietor.

> ... ,by illness this week. :' returned from J Keutnckywhere he ha*'I for appendicitis 1 iq. that city.fle'd,''sitttes'few days,that ego ten!' latt year an required by. law.' ; ,.......w..rsw..s..w............:.. .... ..ri
If need anything In : Winter been attending! school tor the past Mr. J, W. )llvflr,,wa.. requested to
Goods you yon swvw from.\ 2C,,!to ..M percent l three vears, ;Tlw H''' yQung men will i ii found 4he.little..arn of opatient lllf'tt.lhll.a.lonil' who. (II onlytwelve iii.right -'! survey land for school No... and re I ' ; : E" Yf i'
at Stanford Co. "* fc " j i vtglt relatives' atl left this Ui I .
Mr. F. S.: Gilbert\ I News,' the operation and thlnkrshewill The: itemized estimate: bf Sub District ' $ '.....

\! : spend'SjBto In months Clinton N vacation.-C. '.hla. .oa't.
or same the mUIge\
was placed
Overstreet and childrenreturned' eluding some of the most popular I Dr T. M Rivera, of this city, assisted tt1|I Well '
Mrs. J home'last L. Krlday from "I operatic, sacred, and, orchestral music, 1 1I by Dr*. Christ and McElroy,'of threw mills for the ensuing )'e.rlTile ) equipped with New StocK.and Vehicle* ,
old school
received yesterday at the Home Htore. building baloiDII'bcoen prepared to mental! demands with Perfect
. at Cairo, Ga., Orlando. + ,
: ,, visit to rtlanyes I To permit of your bearing, we will re, ---<_ 1" destroyed by fire on the.night\ of
Miss Carrie Mabbette, of Daytona, I main open' until H:30 this evening, and A Uoloen Wedding, July,Ctr, and It being nece *ary that'' tll<:,Uon.. .
, : has been spending a few cauhent I this will\) perm\t.*our showing you tbe I means that man and kite have lived toe (he Board take prompt action Inhaving
\. ''with her aunt,' Mrs. Clay.Johnson.. beauties of she, Fellboelln Lamp good old.age and consequently have came replaced the Hoard then

Miss Rosa Hegero went down to I l Everybody' welcome, .' I \kept he lLhy. Tbe best way to keep 'proceeded to take ,up said question . f HEf\VY"HAULINQ? A SPECIALTY: . 11'
; Tamps on Monday afternoon where I Mrs. J W. Sevmourand healthy i* to see t.hat.o liver does Uon C.A, Carson. having been lotvlted % .
. ,she r lll visit friends'for a,few'days. .i Clyde Seymour> of Oius, M1A'j It* duty 305 days out Of 3 J5,"" The.only by the Board to assist them; met K 1 """' ,

." Edit II: LE-At. a bargain, srnall8re-; the city Saturday to be the lZue. way to do this. l Is to keep Ballard's wlitithe Hoar and.gave them' --- --+
proof safe In good coed it,Ion. Col. R. H Seymour for a day or two. Herbine in the house and take It when asefstaltpe. After 'looking "aluable-t'! t
H. W. THURMAN. :Mr. and Mrs. Seymour leave shortlyfor i ever your liver-pets Inactive. CO cents matter aod .finding. that the Favorite Fertilizers ,
a trio to Gainesville, Ga., and I per bottle Sold by, Rober.o!!'. Phar,. wo about 911,00000 from ,
Stove wood delivered J; in town at the Insurance companies and that the i
Klsstmraee macs
will to to
Miss Seymour go ; ..
.. tl.OO strand. Hoard could only give about 15,000:00
per ;ilt friends and relatives. for some ..
,- lEf-tf KISSIMMKE LlIMUKIt q week*.-Miami Metropolis.Mr. Notice to Contractors. more toward the erection and %completion FOR CITRUS AND ALLOTER CROPS.
of a new building the Board
11 '. We are making exceedingly closeprices T. J. Campbell of West Palm Sealed bid will,1q received by theHigh appointed C. A. Carson, and ..Supt.
for the next sixty
..z on Beach, was here the early' part of the School Building Committee Bears a comml'tee IO with| lobe :' '
as meet
.1..lor cash S.: C. G.. How. <:-'o.
lvi weeic visiting relatives. and friends.Mr. ; Maj. T. M. Murphy, chairman, Commissioners' and If possible obtain
t-' Cam. Mallng's. many friend will Campbell was raised III Osceota 7:30 p. in., Monday, August 3rd, 1908, their sstlitance. The commmlttfe a* FERTILIZER'
J,- regret to learn that be has decided to county and I., a son of Mr, A S. and opened Immediately thereafter. above met with the Commissioner Immediately : MATERIALS- 4.. '
,;'). loeat.e. permanently In Devonshire, Campbell formerly! of Badnger. He for the erection and completion of a and the .said Hoard agreedto ,
England, and will not return to KUslmmee. has achieved success in his adopted three-storv brick school building, ao !give to the ncbool Hoard out of I f ; ..

: home on the East Coast and is now cording to plans and specifications available funds,the sum of ",()()t.OO to .INSECTLCIDES: .., .- /
., Refrigerator, Ice cream freexers.Hammocks. one of the leading clttren of Dade. prepared b,. .\V.- B., Talley, architect, assist them In J netting the new' building f
Canopies, and all summer county. 611en Building, Jacksonville desired. After toe committee;' as --FOR: ISALE BYrJ.
goods at bargain prices for Tie street just behind the passenger fla above 'reported tbe action of the 1 ? ;, h
cash.. 'S. C. G. HDW. Co. I depot which was recently acquired by A certified check for 2 per cent of County commissioner to the School M. LEE. = -
The working plans for the new High the city authorities from Mr. H. W. the amount, of bid, made.-payable toM Board, stating that they would, assist : .KISSIMMEE"
Sc:' "Sol building were received Tue.- Thurman and opened uo. is now being .,Kate, treasurer must' accompany In the sum -of t4,000.00. Tbe School -
. .'a.7 anal l are now In the hands of the treated to heavy coat. of cinders each bid; said check to be ferfelted If Board Immediately accepted the donation AOENT FOR
-'> contractors Bids for the contract. and this covered with .a layer of clay lie successful bidder falls'to sign and passed resolutions thanking _

., ,will FoR. be SAtK.oponed...The Monday old saloon August! buildIng 3rd.- and furnishing,gravel the mixed.material The. A and C.the I...cityIs is contract bond written(and ten execute days. after an' indemnity,the ebn-. them spirit for.their prompt. .action-and public Sanders, Fertilizer Con() pang. Jacksonyille Fla.

< tract. has been awarded.The'contraetor . H OH-1,
having the work done. When com The Board also passed resolutions
Stanford Carson
DelIt.t.o: ... ,
will be
'GraVes-UardwareCo.'s store. Purchaser pleted It will make a very handsome required to thanking Hon. ,C.rA; Carson for the -- - -- 1 '
building from lot pl oe of street! work ana there. Is no executean Indemnity bond for tenthousand valuable assistance rendered. : nCA.
must remove
at cnce. Bids will be received by H.f' doubt about its durability, dollars ((110,000.00). a A* the members of the Board coulu
that licensed\ by the State
+ C. Stanford or Dr. M. J. Hick. Lawyers stand up In court houses company of Florida,.for uhe faithful.perform not well meet and attend to the details
'm. O.-B,'Ilowse of Ocala was In before jurors In the presence of large. ance of the contract,.. of the new building; some of the member CARSON JOHN a. LEB., N. ECAIISON.r : .
- -, "i,*ii Monday looking after, his ex' ,audiences, and denounce men as liars f )\cdl'8I1..11 bids"toflMaj. .T. M. being the out of town, the Board with appointed .......,. ,ylce-.........., 'Ceetaf.r..J'f: ;'
iensive this sectloo. ,scoundrels..thieves and perjured villains following -
cattle Interests Murphy Chairman Tllgh School '
full Instruction to act. subject to the '
i and when court adjourns the '
-.r. He returned borne Monday afternoon I III Building Committee? ,Kl. lmmee, approval theTJoard: Messr' W, State Bank'of'Klssimmee..
men appear to harbor no wll\\ .
but expects be down again shortly Florid .
a to ,
J. Sears, W.; C. Bass,. E. E. Brown,
against them. But let a newspaper, .
ft::' and spend several days on the range. The right is reserved by the committee FiDe
v e faintly Intimate that a, man'. character Walter B.... Sr.. C.JV.'Carson, Jno. ,KlBsImmco. ,
Don't fail to read tbe nonce in another i Is blemished, and he has to con- to rejfctanyand! all blda.Bulldh'lll M. Lee,' H. Mfann: C. W., Uann, ,--:;.- ..
1\.1\: .:, column of what the Home Store front a. horse pistol) stand a. libel i fore December to be,\ t.h.completed 1908. on/ or. ,be- 8. W. Bullock, T. W.' Ellis, E, L. PAID "P cA..fTAL.: ................... ...I.. u J act eoo 00 .i.iTOCNNOL r
is in dinner free
offering sets on purchases suit suffer what the people think to Lesley, P. A. Vans Agnew T. M.
made before the first. of Aug be the or greatest of all mortification Plan and spa ilflcatlons may be obtained Murphy, W. Maklnson, M. Katz, ERa LIAElLITT.a..ti.. ?r :to GOd 00
'1 u.t. Ypa can't. afford to miss this lose a subscriber.:Clearwater Press, : at tbe office of the secretary, H. C. Stanford. and W. B. Harris. I D8PGSlTOitS aacu.1TY: .....,....... ;.. OIJ coo 00
genuine bona-flde offer. No string. : P. A. Van Agnew Kllllmm .. Fla., There being no, further business .. .. .
,a. :
J 1* meeting with popular approval ly needed on the street leading the I I P. A. VANS AGNEW, Chairman. meeting. W. C. BASS, trusted 10 .a. IJu:1I..a..oo4 at all pol..a at ebeapeetrate.
. among the members of both the Knight court. route, Judge G. F. Parker has.. Secretary. W J. SEARS. Chairman. ..,, 'I'c
,w;,. of Pythias and Masons, and It is now taken-Uie Initiative and bad a cement Superintendent -, . POUR) BUSINESS' SOLICITED. ,
'only a question of short time till walk built tbe entire length"of his A 111111I_.....'* Baby , .
': work on the. ,building will be corn.iy / properL', ,and .we understand Mr. attended 'by the highest priced baby Laundry.' ,.. ,
menced., J.. R. Graves Sr., Is preparing lo lpecl.llncould be cured of stomach .The agency for the White :Star "
v, In a jtame"of* baiebaU, which was follow IU It.. '.Letr tbe"other"property or bowel trouble any quicker or laundry T* now at the Home Store -
11 played on the local diamond'yesterday owner fall in lieu aDd .keep the ball surer than your baby If vou give it. and If you with to have the boy calf, . '
.:.: afternoon Kisslmmee was. defeated by rolling: ,Thta is an improvement that McGee's Baby Elixir. Cure. dtar: on you weekly Jut ring up 164 and Contractor Frank Bass has already' Wanted.-.Good* 'celery1 and truck
the score standing 0 .to 8. II badly needed: and will enhance the rboea,, dysentery and all derangements you will be put. on our Met, and called\ begun laying the foundation for grower to rent 4J, acres. of land
It.raineii! during' the'entiie game and value. of property along that thoroughfare of the stomach or bowel Price on weekly. The work I Ie all, done In I' Roberson's new brick drugstore, and tl 1 led and irrigated ,x.n Parftdlw Is
i',as consequence both:teams were badly -. many time the cost of layingthe 25 cents and CO,cents.'Sold 'by Roberson's an efficient manner' and at Tampa expects to have" the building, com 'land. For term applY to. F. Van ,

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Americans: to .Do Josllce world. His life '"..".. rotntnc. his{ )- THE BRITISH 1
death a tragedy and his fame Imraot- ,rTHE POWER BEHIND TMitUNLy 'One of the FE.rarentahr

to.the of the tal. Never before ha ..0 .much gen &&CIEN t NIBS'Solfatara '
Memory /
lu* been allied to such misery'. The

Author of "The Haven" roost Interesting/and In American 'picturesque literature, figure his f of tb'e peppy. home' of Co-day Is I ia 'rUtrl.od 2"f

strange and romantic life possessing } of information a*to tho brat method

an Incredible fascination for those a semi-extinct volcanonear ot promoting health and'happinoa. and

fttksogh UmMttlj!, the Rttlii's GrtitasVrltir. who have sought to follow. It from the Possuoll. ha opened a new, crater right living and knowledge of the world'

Either It Frist or tnirj .1 is ton time the poet began his wanderingsas ,'r t, 250 feet from the ancient o'ne, It beet products. ,
cedes: (. Dm Exirtet a'Greater IIIIIIIDCI e. a writer, It I Is no wonder that the v? I* emitting voluminous column ,of %;

..., rirelgi lltiriliri Thai Any Other e'( Our approaching centenary: has been the sulphurous gases. The activity ofSolfatara Product of actual excellence and; ;

Writers U tills Biy-H Is 00)7) en' the Baaaredlh occasion for reviving renewed life '1r'rc always Is supposed to coincide . reasonable Maims( truthfully presetted

Annlreriarrtf his Birth .In Btst a. for the Poe cult. /.rv.d t7 G '_ with the Inactivity of Vesuvius. and which havo attained to world-wMo -

T January 19. That Edgir JlllJO Poe .Is )I. Ei Those who go back to Investigate 15 Acceptance through tho approval ot theq;

k Properly Honored IIJ .Hls Couolrrmtn-Eier- find that, After tearing Boston Poe The International Committee on WVU-Inforrnod' of tho World; not of 'IndJ. ".
diet Are Now; Punned Bastoa. Millidelplili of atomic weight has recently announced :
Being wa adopted by Mr. John Allan,
vlduala oily but of who have'the
Biirtmon! and New Tori. Four Cities Richmond, Va,., which account for the changes in \the list of tho. many : .

'46 in With Ho Old Most of' BID WrUHg-Tii the fact that, though i\ Northernerborn element for 1908. These, are with happy faculty of/selecting' aadobtainy "'

Unlnrjiiy If Virginia That Had the Glory atriridnatlag he always had such close understanding one exception, practically the aame'.* ins the bost'the! world aTordsv( . ,._ .

the Author ol "Tin Bmn. VII of. the South and sympathy those announced for 190T. The only: One of tho, products qt'lLliat class of

ASO: fittingly Observe las Kattt Day of! the for it notable change i la the addition to the known-,component parts, "an Ethical ;

Poet Wile Ltd the Saddest Ufa BtAr if the flow Ho IA.ft'co..t. Point.In 'l Hat of a new''element. dysprosium -
remedy approved by physicians
Pitiful Cans; ? whoeeatomic and. com-: .
they Where NleryNaa Beea weight I Is glren _*s ..
Wedded to Cenlql. 1829": when lieVal twenty 13 ". ,1GZ.6. ". c\ mended by the Well-Informed .of the "
foUnd his name for the first time on
f J.. i a r World a*a valuable)and wholesome family ,
Oa: the oc(, ..ton of bill centenary, the flyleaf ot>a volume of poems, "AI! '
It la that student of the laxative Ii well-known Syrup of
reported a -tho FilW '
19 .
January of next year; Amerlcane Aaraaf! "Tamerlane etc.: The University .
c will do*tardy justice to the memory"of' of Virginia bad been her alma J7fs'k 'Electr -1'eehnlcat Institute of St. Petersburg and Elixir of Senna. 'To get its beneficial:

A tin, loftiest ,and most poetical genius mater; then he' went to West Point named Freudinberg,haa Invented effect* ,'always buy the genuine,'>nianu

the:'new world, has yet produced bllt"tbe move was a mistake and an apparatus for exploding: : Numerous factured)>y the California Fig'Syrup Co., v 'y;
.mine by wireless telegraphy -
Edgar Allan Poet after spending few 'month there
s; toxrr experiments already made I poly, and for salo. by all leading druggist
Misunderstoodduring all his unhappy he asked higuardian to permit him'to :

life, 's1a dered after his death resign. The later peremptorily refusing are said to have proved remarkably SaYs the Atlanta Constitution: Beef f

:, by *' Jealous contemporary, the Poe took ha| own means of successful. The apparatus la alsoclaimed 1* now ,*o high that -even a million

matchless -poet, author of "The ending a regime tbat had become I r'Ir to be suited for directing alre'i appetite hesitate! to reach '',It

Raven," la to "It) treated one hundred paInful to' blm. and by neglecting all Whitehead torpedoes at long rangea. 1c
years after bl., blrtb to spontaneous his studies finally got himself-into Capudlne Cures Indigestion Pains,*
.r -honor at the band of- the- countrymen. such disgrace that he was cashiered. In,Denmark'only'the Inteivprovln*. Belching, Sour Stomachs and Heartburn,

whoso letton he glorified, Thrown on his own resources: he clal, the Inter-communal: and the. International -' from whatercr .auae:' It Liquid. Effect
immediately. Doctors prescribe! it. lOc
{, Tbe celebration of tbe hundredth took up literature at a mean of livelihood : telephones are worked by 85o., and Coo., at drug stores; *
L( anniversary .of Poe's birth has been a and wrote In rapid! successionhis the State, while 'the local telephonesare "

p favorite project of the..literary for wonderful stories of mystery of worked by private limited companies rrhe Washington"Herald tells of a

') several year. It was not without research which "Marie Roget" the "Murdersof under concessions.The man who felled 'a boree-with one blow,

4 that (the actual) date was determined. the Rue Morgue"The Gold Bug" of his .r.t. But-he couldn't get,back

Poe'a owu statements, Black Cat," "Pit and the Pendulum" CRHpM -. staff of Greenwich Observatory the mo he had lost on the brute:.

a which' In matter of this kind were specially astonished the. world. In announce that they have discovered .
.', -From the New York World. ECZEMA CUKSED.
New York an eighth satellite of Jupiter. Dur-
be he contributed to the
lirona. to Inexact. are responsible New '
\ LORD ESIIER. 7. It. Maxwell Atlanta, Oa., sayst 't
lor the -confuslon. When he entered Yonk Quarterly Review a series of ing an examination of photographicplates suffered agony with a sever ease, of ._." .". b
j West Point he ''gave his birth 'mnacr searching criticisms, then he went te Astonishing Influence la ascribed to Lord Esher, personal factotum of of Jupiter Mr. Melotte, one of ma. Tried six different remedies and was +

curately so'a to come under the ago Philadelphia to assume charge of the King Edward by tile latest gos.lp-of London. His Is- the responsibilityor 'the assistant astronomers, discovereda in despair when a neighbor told me to tryVhuptrlne's ,',
Gentleman' the International sensation caused by Me Kaiser's Tweedmouth letter. faint marking occupying slightly TBTTBBIBB. After using *J
limit. But the researchea'of Profes- Magazine. worth of soar TBTTB> IKB and soap Lam
It nor Woodberry have shown to a e'er- Ills romance with Sarah Helen Illegitimate Influences at Court" are 'made the subject of a ataftllng attack different position on the different completely our*,"!. I cannot say too much -

talnty that the date la January 19, Whitman Is one of the' most famed Inoue of the leading English monthlies, the National Review, and plates. The satellite has a retrograde la its prate TBTTBBIHB at druggists or ' 4

1908Ja paragraph In a Boston paper chapters of his life. He worshipedbis constitute the sensation of the'hour In London.! Following aa it does so motion. by mall| 50o. Roap 25o. J. T. HmorTama,
soon after the revelations in Berlin of the evils of the Camerllla at the Dept> A, savannah. Qa
xr of oy/j month later proving It beyond brIHIant woman/ and her loyaltyo -
Court of the Kaiser this article forma the all-absorbing topic of discussion -
a/ estlon. him is proved by the vigor with Remarkable expansion has taken OLDEST CHURCH ORGAN. ,
'''Commemorative; which after his death, she hastened 'In political and official circles, In clubland not alone in theBritish place In the m.nlane.. Industry .

Exercise Planned. to reply to every one of the slanders metropolis, but also In Continental-capitals, and in spite of the efforts of statistics showing that while thel Found on Island' of .Gothland and In

; Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimoreand directed against his memory. Almost the party whips and of the leaders, both of the Government 'and qf the opposition total quantity of manganese .ore( Excellent State of Preservation.

New, York the four cities In alone for a long time she bore'the as well as of the Speaker the matter Is likely to crop up at any shipped through the Kldderpore <,Ia tbe Baltic Sea forty mile frona. -*
which Poe did most of has literary moment }In Parliament.The Docks the whole of the > ']
burden of battle against the detractors during year the malnhnd. lies the Swedish island 3 :
'work, will all nee commemorative exercise charge of "Illegitimate Influences at court" has not been heard of c'early
of Poe,. and ,her work Is nonbearing ; 1906 was 14,687 tons the shipmentsup Gothland a Mecca for student of ,
5 held'and, In the University of fruit In the changed attitudeof In any reputable English; print concerning/ a ruler of the British Empire for to the end of October last year Gothic architecture. In Win- '
Virginia, whose most famed student more than fifty or sixty year But previous to that time It wa a subject
? to tons. The Carnegie
the public mind to him. 40.349 by alone, the chief town erf the Island
Poa Is, noted III.nll.of literatures will of constant denunciation as a crying evil. \
Steel of '.
Company PltUburg,
v Baltimore in whose street Poe -- with population of 8,000 eoula. .
sound the praises of the greatest
was found Insensible In October, SLEEP IN A CITY TREE that thereafter they would, while the has acquired large manganese propertieq may be studied what remains of no
American .
.849, was first to publicly honor his weather wall warm sleep In the tree. In India, and It Is expectedthat less than ten churches, some of which
all the injustice done to men of memory, and a statue erected. theren -New, York Sun. these figures will be yet further date from the eleventh and twelfth,
genius the" case of Poe 1* perhaps riatbush Boy Makes His Summer HomeIn
1875 was the first memorial to hIs ceoturle The oldest of them i* the
'without a parallel. His gifts were a Big Walnut ,-.
memory. Church of the Holy Ghost, completed
1 undoubtedly his curse, for he never Other honors are certain to be the Sleeping outdoor in a rudely constructed Moonlight. Training a Bougie. about 1048.

.realized anything from them but woe. outgrowth of the centenary, for the house erected among the Many readers may not be aware ot With( regard -to the training of a Prof. Hennerberg> director la"a Qer. SB>..

.Thee frightful Imagination that en- United States, having! finally find tranches of a high walnut tree in the fact that the full moon gives several beagle he haa to be treated on quitea man music school, and especially la- *?' .
.. tabled him to write stories of horror more.than twice the lightof
its great poet, will now proceeu to. the heart of Flatbush a young Poly- different plan from the setter and Iterested In the study of mediaeval
: Ifaat have never been equaled was the half moon. They may be still '
make technic Institute'etudent has adopteda pointer 'In their deal '
atonement.-Washington Star. cases a great organs, visited fifty-nine churches In
'F -trouble enough for any one man, but'ordinarily novel method of "getting near to .more .surprised to' learn that the of .
work of training I.I lp conquer natural Gothland and In little village called
; they woald have'brought I I. nine to
nature." Last year he tried this ratio approximately as propensities, whereas with the
consolation'in the admiration of his STRtTCTUniS OF TIIB BRAi'. method of outdoor life, starting In one. Professor Joel Stebblns andF. beagle you encourage him to go on Sundre came Upon the remnant of
i II the oldest
fellowmen, and financial rewards tbat C. Drown, taking advantage of what unquestionably
the early spring and continuing until and do' all be can in seeking and
would have"enabled" the, writer and Enormous Number of Cells 'and Fibres tbe first real snowfall of the season. the extreme sensitiveness to light ofa when known organ In existence: : The case
chasing found. Young dogs are
'; lab to live le comfort selenium cell have lately measured. alone 'has survived the fret of seven
Connecting ,
wire I The "tree house.. as the people In usually put down With an older one,
h tconturles the holes for aad
r s -, "Rich* tol tbe neighborhood call It I I. located on the amount of light coming from the ? pedals
ft "Passing on a10 PeK ... According Dr.Edward A. Ayres and a very few lessons .suffice. It '
(manuals in modern Inittrumenfa.
the lawn, the home of moon at different phases, with the are placed a* (}
the (|in 'Harper's Monthly) the human surrounding comes aa natural to a beagle. to run "y.
i When at very{ summit of his brain> ia composed of microscopic di Mr*. W. T. Lees, who lives at 1704 result above mentioned. The reason scent asfor a terrier to kill rats, andIf and Inside one can 8M
glory editor of the leading American 'the chamber for the bellows and judge
difference shown
M mension Each his a diameter of IHatbush avenue near Avenue I, Flat- for the remarkable there I I. BX apparent Inclination one
magatlne; his salary waif only from 1-1400 to 1-3000( of an Inch. bush ,W. Thompson Lees 1* the tree la found lajthe varying angle lesson usually provokes It. The less jof their action; the exterior U 'adorn

|10 a week a stipend at ;which' many Their number Is variously .estimated dweller.A of our satellite to the sun Tit, moon one Interferes with a beagle running ; !i
Pre stenographer* would to-day scornfully .t from 612.000,000 to 9,200,000- wooden stairway,. winds aroundthe la brighter between the first quarter a llne the better for the dog so longas 140. .

turn up the nose, "The Raven" 1 000.! Even 1000.000 I.. a quantity tree's trunk leading the single and full than between full -and last be I I. not pottering'' In one well' When this ancient;\ Instrument could .

4 one v of the most celebrated of all almost beyond comprehension. Con- chamber above, allowIng an easy ascent quarter.The cause of this 1* evident tested 'place" but casting all about no longer serve' Its original purpose

5 poem. brought only, 110 to the au- netting with many of the cells are to be made. The entire structure I In the more highly reflective ;When he haa lost the trail. Field lit was used as a sacristy and for the .. ,
thor yet today the original manu- of and vest- "
safeguard holy vessel
delicate fibre which extend to other and Stream. _.,' (
script.! valued at $10,000. ; cell. Be.lde.tbere; events was kept lor careful repair/
are telegraph
i For a Quartet: of a century after the wires, the nerves which run down to Olives In Carolina :lance its excellent preservation to /
.i Y' death, ot this master worker letters
In our day.-Youth'a Companion
or come from other parts of the body. It ha been the generally accepted
the enemies of Poe had the ear of the .
One set of nerves proceeds from belief that olive were first grown: In -
world.. The poet was scarcely sold the skin. These are ao close together i&merlca by the Mission Father, of DltOPPKD COFFEE.

In his grave'before R. W. Qrlswojd hat there is no point, on the surface r California but the first olives In Doctor Gains 20 ouiub oo Postnns.. .. :,
1 had published his slanderous l
biography -
of the body which can be touched America were planted on.the coast of
1 ,,which reeked'In'every line with with the finest needle'without sending South Carolina long before colonial: A physician of Waah.,D. C., says of'
3 i the hatred the biographer bore tbe bIB coffee
times.. During the American Revolu- :
' a report to headquarters To
i critic who had so ruthlessly exposed lion there was a, ten.acre'bearlne "For years I Buffered with periodical
every square foot of- skin there are '
i 'i theliterary; weakness of "Ills Poet headache which grew,
about 10,000 of these "tactlle"nerves.. '1' olive: grove on the south shore of more
and Poefry of America." When the Civil until they became almost con
and It is estimated that the body has wtrmtt Port Royal
'L FOB and Qrlswold were friends. but sixteen square feet of surface. Titers War commenced some of these trees stant. 80 severe were they that sometimes
the poet, aa one of the most noted 'I. f living, At its close only the I was, almost frantic 1 was
are nerves,also from the special sense were '
IS p crit csiu, the world could not stifle stumps remained. It Is supposed that sallow constipated irritable deep, '
organs the eyes, nose and ears.These .
lu hi'sense. honesty in commenting their soldiers had encamped there and cut less; my memory was poor,[ ,trembled ]
.g on.: hla (Grlswold's) work. He told convey messages much trees down for firewood. The and my thought were often confused. '
r more quickly than.'do: the nerves of P Pe Pk the
s "My wife in her '
t what he thought about it. the skin. Still a third set of surrounding woods is said to be full wisdom, believed 1
Qrlawold had his revenge richly nerves coffee was-- responsible for these Uila .
the birds having '
of wild olive trees, \
expends to the of the
r. after tip various e and urged me to. It. I tried
the depth of the. author of TheRa..en carried the seeds from the ancient drop v
cloae/relations muscles and convey the orders needed many times to do but It ,
so *
for the of the was > :
,ree.. The old olive grove was on
for the
' various voluntary movements -
,4 twos men, having ben known to the Point" Fhlla.delphla alave. *
the "Foot plantation.-
1' world led These'are called the motor : "Finally wife bought a package of "i
; all, to/elleve that what ,, w Grit
F Orlswold said of roe .must of necessity nerve.. Many of the duties performed .; I Postum and persuaded me to try It,

_4 ? be correct. ( by such organs as the heart but she made It same as ordinary, .I
and stomach are regulated by other -. A Care of :Nature' Jewels. coffee and I- wa* disgusted with 'the -i.

Great Injustice .Done Dim I nerve centres than tbe brain. The ,. --........ By proclamation the President' taate. (I make this- emphatic be. ,
? It,was .not until many friends of subordinate centrea, called ganglia /" -"-,""""""", -- "" 'w --.._- . the Jewel Cave National Monument cause I fear many others have bad tile
Poe .In;life,. many. of those who knew I work Independently the brain. Ordinarily baa been established in the Black: same experience) She wa* dlstreasM -', ':

his true life In many of the places a 'person Is unconscious of THE BEDROOM IN THE TREE. Hills National Forest In South Dakota at her failure and we carefully read ,'s,

mentioned by. Orliwojld' as 'scenes of their operations and be cannot con This formation Is, In'some re- tile directions, made It right boiled It1'
,, incredible debauchery, began their trol them by-nla will. I. made of wood<< and was, designed by character of that part of the moon apecU; unique, It '''was explored In full IS minute after- boiling com- "

v campaign to clear his memory that In the lowermost and back part of young Lee and his chum Vail Apple- which lice west of Ita meridian. 1900, and consists of 'a series of menced and with good cream and ,

It"*" the_ world; aaw the' possibility that It he skull i* the cerebullum or small sate, a freshman at Dartmouth Col- Youth's Companion. chambers, connected by passage and sugar I liked It-It Invigorated 'and f

I/: cad hone the greatest ot. American brain Amone Its duties la maklna1' lege. Tbe boys built the house a galleries, the walls of which are encrusted seemed to nourish me. -. "
of'' ; Little more than two years ago bqt it Pencil Is Always lId,. with beautiful calcite crystal .
% literary geniuses tragic Injnatlce. other parts the body co.opet That was about a year ago. NowI <
ElK Enemies said that he starved and for given purpose like keeping one'a la only lately that they have convertedIt It 1* situated In 'canon, on a *.4e. have no headaches, am not sallow, 3

: beat hla-wife In order to hasten,her balance Something'also. has been Into a sleeping place., atone plateau 6000 feet above .sea- sleeplessness and Irritability are gonaa'X ;,|l
At first their Intention was simply level. It la believed to have been the) my brain clear and
death *o that by studying her pang earned about the localities In the ray hand head 1.4
to build "crow's, nest where they: channel for the waters of a now, ex::* I have gained 20(
lie might get material for exact de larger and upper brain in which dlf- Iba. and feet-I am. sr.
. k ri- scription. Yet her mother. Mr*. ferent classes of work are performed. could seclude themselves.on rainy afternoon tlnct geys. .-*-Youth's Companion. new, man. )$

-clemm.' who lived with the pair during Phrenologists have made rather ex and when it was too hot for "I do not hesitate to give ..Postum ., .;:,<

their married life and who'knewhow'deeplythe I travagant'and Inaccurate statement active exercise. The "Crow1 nest" Never: Bankrupt. due credit. Of course dropping coffee' '

i' ai poet loved her, bore about "blimps." but after all. there did not prove to be large enough so "Hare you ever" been bankrupt was' the main thlng.but I had dropped 7'

Indignant witness 'to the slander of 1* some truth In the later stories tot the boys added a large platform a asked the counsel it before using chocolate, cocoa and I .;its

4b these stories, and responded with-a such discoveries. One way in which! which form what obey call their pl- "I hava not." other thing to no purpose, ? '}

t a, hundred others Inc rebuttal, showing the truth can be learned ia to com{, akta. This piazza la roomy enoughfor "Now be careful ,admonished the "Postum not only seemed to act a*' ">

f the,man'* affection! the care he had pare the human brain with those of an ordinary sized dining room lawyer "Did you ever stop. payment an invigorant., but a* an arttcV ot* '

. .for hIs wife of how he cooked her animal. It a catfish for Instance,' table comfortably eight diners accommodatessix'or ?" nourishment giving me the needed}.. -

meats;'In her illness,. when poverty about halt: the brain is I devoted to the) After Lees and Applegate bad the "Yes." phosphate and albumens. This 1* no*'' '"'

,.' had brought them! near actual starve.tlon. sense of taste. Another method 1* i "Ah, I thought we should get at the Imaginary tale It can be aubatantlat- :.
iMra. T noticing the effect of an injury to at i house completed their parents. tootan truth,* observed counsel.with an unpleas'ant ed :by my wife and- her .'alcter' who '
Interest They recognisedthat "
.,Clemm showed, that it was the brain by accident and a third em-* It would be a fine'place to sit In amlle. "When did this suspension Y both changed to Postum 'and' are '

,, .death of his wife that overthrew Po,'* ploys experiments,, animals while weather Mr. Lee : of payment occur? hearty women of about 19( : :ft
reason and became th .cUrett. cane they, are'chloroformed. If one part warm.that added suggested to A recent French Invention cl1Ilata I "When I bad paid all Io"ed.-,. ,. > *I.-write..this for the Information '"i
'oath. fits of drunkenness that finally of the brain U --exposed: and touched enable' the older folk to climb to the of a !flexible support for a pencil aa London. Opinion. and:,'encouragementi of .others awl ,s
shown In the illustration.. When the MMMMVM W wlth a. feeling of gratitude to the In'j
resulted in his death. with a delicate electric Instrument, a boy. )
tree, top. It .took the three pencil I* used the support bend readily In 'at Mlddl'b'r7,1'V' . ventor ot ."_ 4
Women who Jtnlw'hlm;: spohei' of certain muscle;; will'contract... If an- month to build It., -' a cemetery Potun .
the peculiarly'chlvalrlc) ( manner |n other is' touched another responds It'was.Iast summer' that'Lee.; and and 1* no obstruction to writing. Is a stone erected by, a widow to her 'Name given bY-Poatum'Co.' Battle ',$
.. which'h treated tll.',entler sex and With the'knowledge'thua, secured the* Applegate decided that they .would Philadelphia' Record.' loving hqsba'nd., bearing this Inscription Creek; Mich.: Read ."The Road .toWellvfllefn .

';his man friends' 'told of' his 'reserve surgical\ profession ''Is sometime' 'enabled like to see now It.would feel to sleep) Altocether"durlns'I the year'1908 Reet'1. Ita'pea '..:until. 'we ,meat. 'I pkga.t "There'* a''M',':.

:; illltyaa> to 'hi'own' <<:>> deserts as' '*'; .which. would, otherwise. be impossibly.Penknives' . top of.the house''with panes of glass buildings directly, or Indirectly Ever read the above'letter? 'A new
tropical' sea one
greatet front
r a appear ,time to time. They
writer: aad this gave them all the light, day i connected with Princeton Universityrepresenting
; ; 'died-f ,to are mperedat' 470 degr percentage salt than those of-vth are genuine, true,, and tall of bamee '
';0 i i-Poe. lived and a' 'mystery ' '' or, ''night, they needed.- The' trIal "an .expenditure nearly i mor"iK>rthern:latitudes. Interest. -
i lt>,;*.>"A; Wiiat.elfa, to his friends* sad, w tthe see. wor.ked'' so. will that they deClared.:. $1.000.000.V: I" 'gn ,; -'4'
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: AN .HONBST DOCTOR .T* Keep Files Out aid*. FM ,(tk! .Vt/aaknce:1: ervoual
TiWMWWTMSTATE.'punta manentty cored by Kline's Greatr .e'
f-k $TAIllIEflYIFEANHN I ( .. ADVI3EPPKRUNA.ftTIL ., roc:; those who object to-wire net-., ......, tri l k nu'ie ttII4 treatise
.. O rda and a1mollhel7" i.rt anou Cofee ting.ilL te windows daring tie stmvner Dr.L a. Yii.e Ld.Nt .",. ..tPlilat Pa.
In' De 'Soto county are tinlldtaffaiU ,
I , . tern at new Idea has .been"found to '
Improving their ro- 4t, 1V1 M8 Granite Block,St.Louis;Mo.. 1/MIlfll/ NJ ilMlhilalslilf Some' people wouldn't be so'eai.fltl'about
,Mob Searched All Night to : write s,. HPrnna U the best. friend i prevent flies and such annoying peals'from ''their actions U U wssn't for.
toasted dMim4ed '
A Dade county farmer, who planted| '' S *, al entering, the house. Thli new < the gossips.: >
.Ick man can b.... .
LJ'Dch'Man. about alxty-flve acres of ground in tomatoes torheCrMterrenchYou .
preventative Is a window-box: of.mig
.......... 'MA few months Z came here In a u
cleared abovo all <'Xpl' . ago It when '
and $ct you buy nonette. "It ...m. bat the. Insects
While this Is not considered wretched condition. ,Kajmsurtf
WAS tAPTURED. IN WOODS' ''n this part of the country a'large dampness had mined my once robust youLUZlANNKOfftE do,not care'to face the odor of-this. FOUR GIRLSi

amount to:make from that acreage health. I bad catarrhal affections-of oharmlnc flower so that U I U an effecual \
"' Q, yet It would\make a northern farmer the bronchial tabes,and for a time.there tltllb'IaI1 f Rlih barrier, against their Invasion. Restored to Health bjr Lydta'R.Plnkham1aYegetable ; ; .

Wh. Found H. Had a Dangerei happy to clear that .amount nf money was a doubt as to mjr; recovery. It sounds tike a very protly Idea, and Compoond.;

': .r +: *.?Wad b> Hi Braait WhicfcHeSaid from an .acreags.twice as largo. -*">My good; hot/eat old doctor advised CM Tiltl we mar expect to aee- ugly wire Reed Whae >..y.f.1r.,.

J. Hi. Wife Had Mad..,, The season at White Springs I. 'me to take Peruns,which I did and la screens entirely discarded and the .

... . . j. now In full swing, and the crowds, especially a short time my; health began to 1m? windows decorated with dclaty boxes Itu'ok MI.LIUIaD..i 8ww-,a90*.

Tampa, ,Fla.-James E. Lewis, from Plorlda'and Georgia, are prove Very 'rapIdlyV"the, bronchial filled with the sweet Woisoms.-. Csw' York write "''Lydle' P PE.
enjoying, to>> the utmost the delightsof : If and live together \ fliikluua'aVeceta.ble
a mail wman
'' clerk at the I Tamp{ Northern! railway .trouble* gradually disappeared and la York World;; .'
swimming' driving thin and pit Oonvomd area.aametrrvg.laratieap.
three month health was fatlystored. re* ,fa perfect accord, perfect 'friendship
freight office wbo fatally stabbed ilcklng during the da anl dancing my help- Micks' ()apud(_' Care NeiTOaaneaa' ..
; and sympathy, growing together tired worried riod Is read
stabbed his tn' the erenlng. Whether overworked, er F, aaffaiing,
hit wife and seriously "Accept graUfol ..._'* thanks tot !ng each: other, studying'each other, what not. It rtfreebea. 'the tusks and 4 uemma heap aches, ,
soar, aged '!, at their home, was cap. A contract has been slguoJ by. (be his restoration perfect health. they will find that hey can get on nerve*. It'. Liquid and pleasant to take t ry after, everyUiiag eUe
lured in tbe woods near Sulphur British government and the I*. and ;well form complete society ot their 10s., 85c., and OOo.. at drug etoree. Lad tailed to help no.an4 .
Pe-m-M fee Ills Patleatsv a '
\ 1 (e llladatyu
line C: Steamship for the"CI\rry. ?
but the mob company
Springs car
'* which had been searching for him Intent .ingot malls,bet ween -Nassau Mid Miami A. W..Perrlni M. D. S...-. HsUer. own, without much help from the outside The Charleston News and Cooties, .lot. othm know of ..."

h on lynching him, had disbandedand :" The rate allowed the steamship St., Brooklyn N.T.,say I,. moralizes the (New'York JournaL says' that there are demagogues' In I KatfaajtMCralc.SaMliafayetta SI., Denver. '

be was taken quietly- JaiL LewIB company. forthe service Is a'bout.fZS.-, "! am using year Fernna.myself and John IU Dickey's old reliable eye water this country whose ideas are. BO bad i y,; iCol.,..rlt..ei "Thanka
bad a dangerous, wound In his 000 for the season. which |/s a higher. am recommending! It to my patient In euros sure eyes or granulated Uds. Don t that they refuse to assoctata with I e r Lydla B.Plukham'aamirell.aJteraaflarlBC
"Lreast and declared his wife stabbed price tb.n.baa. been paid eforo... all c.... of'catarrh, and find Jt,,tcTbe ,hurt:,feels good;get the genuine In red box. 'each other I V V."I.CotD..dl

him with a pair of scissors before be All the several Florida ch'utauquan. more "represent.. Peru n a oan II I for mouths from nerVoai -.
I attacked her. arp preparing attractlvo programs for lie had now of all druggists In this *eotlon. Without adequate physical development tK>NT cur WOI1 II CORNS.If ca tiraatratUm."

The wire. "clalml* Lewis, stabbed next acon's assemblies, and the la- At,the time I. began using It, 1* mental 1n.trucllon'to a great you suffer\ .with eorns bunion, sere Mia* Marie Btoltsaan .
,, her and her son because she refuted dlcaltons.are, as umnl, that many ...unknown. extent Is wasted asserts the New callous spots on the feet or soft corns between of Laarel, la.. ,
to lire with him. Divorce suit had northern: vlnltors will Do among 't(the York World. A tleWjr' child in exceptional the toe,go to you*druggist or send ,writes"I....In.....

recently been Died by the woman regular attendants.8t .- GIFTS-TO THE BARBER.' cases attaint an unusual menial S5o by mall for. tllOn'. stir sinus ooa. J dewnooodlUonaadiaUFereil

. I .against him. Is baso- : but In general bad palsy. It euros quickly and permanentlywlthoutoutting m-'p..OII.and
feier'fcburg to' buo'a development the @ Indlgvailou, ponI'elre.IMIon.
I burning or "eating"
While officers and the mob withy ,
ball park with a' rralldilalld' all health means poor scholarship, and a Lydia R.
I .bloodhounds were scouring the connI On. That Was Out of the Usual flesh and leaves ao pals or soreness Address Plnkluun'a Trgetabla
I 1 try for him Lewis was hidden! behind exciting the attendant appurtenance*. for an Brought In By a Man From, weak body Is accompanied by an Inef Tart A .OTT Co..Savannah, Oa. MASS roterhw' ,.' Corap nd anaue me
summery ( "
I a fence only a block distant from the well and strong. i
(eland. "
Lang I scene of the crime. Tampa Is especially interested 1U MletKDeaM.Olaaa.
) . tbe nomination of John Worth Kern Cath is not the only; 'shape In which Several WANTED and ,masufsetwring and scarlet raah. It la known beyond i- r, of 417 N. East St..Ke...
small business Ill.aayeAI
' BEAR HUNTERS SENT PHOTOS. for Vice.president on ,the domocratio gifts come to the barber' Here was enterprlsea-n.Wtown-tndueement., cavil to the Atlanta Georgian, that to ? wanes dla6.t'lnkkai'sVeg.yqw :

ticket because of the fact: ,,that-Blan one in the form of 'a spray ot apple Inanclal. _lIt lanee, eto. - boiled.cabbages have canted rows In table Compound enred
I And Invlt.dPreli'hnt Roosevelt chard Kern, a nephew of Mf.' Kern. blossoms brought in' fcy a customer U KammpioM. aamoD4..0.. Hats. T.-- me .( backache! aide
U a Tampa.bu lneB. ache, and eetabllabed
I Down to ,,Join in'a Hunt. A number capitalists have visit* who" has.a,,country place out some- The' difference between the "IIIIJlle.t Ak tear Dealer For .&11..'. Ko. -Eae.. user rA otter .,, my period, after the w
I Dai tow, Fla.-A party of bear nun.I where on Long Island. The barberbat defined by A powder. It re U .UO..... beat local doctor had t
ed look and the
8t. Petersburg to- over the germinal boarder as HottCallloou4 '*
I ten sent photographs of tbd three put It In a class 'of water and BanlonsBwoiIen,Bore, A"hID8w..t . tailed to help me"
facilities In that lon for U that the lat
a the Atlanta Journal Nail Allen
I Feet and
I '!_ bears a recent killed hunt near to.Auburndale President ltoonovflt Fla., mI new railroad.. The proposed route of set it In ,jC central place by, Itself ter doesn't help to bring In the stove Foot.Eaem log .keneworU Ingrowing ht hoeey.At FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN..

I <* _" and Invited him to come down aid : the ,. road Is from Tampa to Green amoDe'th. bottles. and things on the wood., '. all D.mggiaU and Shoe stores,86 eenU Ao- For thirty years ty I join In another hunt projected for Springs, Clearwater Largo, Seminole) shelf (II'front;, of, his chair-* spray oept DO ..utoeUtnte.Planted' Sample mailed N Fart barn's Vegetable Compound; made
Address AIleD ft. LeRoy Y.
I later In the summer A committee county, to St. Petersburg t ot apple blossoms with all the\apple To:Drive Oat. Malaria aBel Balld Uf. from root and herbo, aaa been the

I consisting of Roger Lyle M. A. Wll Tax Assessor George O. Butler of blossom's>> delicate beauty.It -, "the System- His Own Pockets. standard remedy for female ,ill*,

I son. J. A. Johnson and B. L; Jennings -, Dade county baa' completed the'as- Is no reproach to the barber" to Take the Old Standard Oaors's TASTBijcas When.toe 'awkward,lellow'.doean't. and has positively cured thousand*of

I of 'Bartow, Fla.. was appointed hesiment rolls for the year 1808., say that at first M didn't know what Caiu Toxic.You know what von know what 'to do with his hands he vomcnwho have been troubled with
I to do the corresponding and Mr. There la a marked Increase In the are taking. The formal U plainly I .
Roger -
they were, for lie was born and them displacement amma.tio ce..->
I chairman the amount ot assessment over the year en every: bottle showing U !Is simply (Oni- put In his pocket which after ,
I .wrote Die the, following of letter committee 1907. The total, figures up to 6.079.-.- brought>> up In the city; and tor that nine and bun ia a tasteless form, and the all. Is. better than ,putting. them In tion fibroid tumors' Irregularities, -
: matter there were Customers most effectual! fonD for growa people pains backache that'bear
Barlow, Fla. 022. For the ...ear 1907 the' total and children aua. other people's'pockets.! : .- Philadelphia periodic !
I "To Ills Excellency Theodore Itoo e. amount cf the assessment amounted In the shop In the course of the Mi ..w -* Record. ing-down feeling,flatulency. s.tiondlzzlnesaornervouspratrat .

veil President of the United Wales; to $3.808,696. an Increase of $180,336. day who didn't know what Uiey\ were 'Squartd Himself' I .
Oyster Bay, N. Y.: In the year 1867 the total county and any more than be did; ae. for tartsnce. .She-Sir.- understand you said ,11'' 'CTJRKB ALL :ITCHING KBCrTIOKf.Glenooe. Why dont you try it t '
"Sir: We have taken the liberty to state tax amounted to only 111664. one customer coming In along bad hard features ,laid.hands No. n....19 190'*"I and bare bare Mrs. PInkham Invltei all stele

,Jf mall you under separate cover some The aam.-In taxable property In the IA the afternoon: who his eye fairing He Ouavely,)-I plead guUty to say _tried everything.. on ray 1 have for been years using *- women to write her for avlvlce.

pictures from a recent bear bunt taken county baa been more rapid since the on tbe .,10.80.... aa be took his seat tug you had a marble brd__. arched Teams 4 days and the remits are greet." She has guided thousands to'' "
:! by a party or us. And as we are building of the railroad to' Miami, no }ln the chair asked of the barber! eyebrows, eyes like diamonds-and lips' Signed. Sirs tl. Uar..".' Tsrnatxstithe health.' Address, Lynn Maas.worn. .
going again within the next thirty other county In the state showing as like .rubles.-Chicago Journal. surest safeSt, speediest Clare for eoaeraa
or sixty days, respectfully, ask that.. rapid increase In valuations. There "What you got there'" and all other akin dl_.... Bold by drag.tlU .Lo?.AND 1'rs&LSNpFi
If It be possible,, you comedown and Is every Indication that -the Increasefor "Apple blossoms," says the barber 11ED-IIOUND FOR MONTHS.: or sent by mall for 600. by J..T. 8acrTSI .

Join U.. ,Tho three bears shown In the year 1909 will be greater than "Is that soT" says the customer, as... ie;;, ._ ,.. Pept A. Savannah. Oa. ULLeys NeM
I the pictures mailed you were. killedIn the Increase In 1908. be surveys them with nw Interett Hope Abandoned After Physicians A California( politician died of heart

two mornings' .drive and as we The farmers of De Soto county report "Yes.".says the'b.rber""thLl', what __ ( Oou'UdJoa.; disease, when arrested for. embea .lewent. > V'AUG 'TA.OA1
have a pack of twenty-four bear fine crops for tbe season. In the a customer of mine,1 who>> knows tells .Yew. .'Do these' thing, stilt surprise ,

bounds and bear plentiful we vicinity of Punta Gorda there are me. and there are two or three barbers Mrs Enos Shearer.. and Washington the California boodlers to that extent n aaAer: Th mps9D'sIyeWater I I

i ran guarantee you a successful huunt. some Of the finest orange groves In here in the shop that know ..Ddtb.I' .8..., Centralla/Wash.. says: T' Inquires the Louisville\ '.Courier- : r. ',,
The trip can be made in autos In two the state, and from present appearance "For years I was '
JT hours. The postofflce and the \Vest- the crop of fruit will be very what they say, too"And weak and run' down' Journal.* .(At-M'M- ) t'jJ ,
ern Union telegraph line are only large.'Citizens. this customer looked could .not sleep my

eight miles from where we will camp of Green! Cove Springs over again with keener Interest still; limbs swelled and American MitlfdgevLII4I
Cotton College
"* so It will 'be.convenient for any business Orange Park, Peoria and Hibernia are his recollection bringing gradually the secretions were Georg:

you may have to transact while working together on, the :ropohltlon other apple tlosspmi back to him troublesome; pains.I edncattaa Coo'Buyers
For ke of Farmer. Clerk. MereheaU.'>, ** >
on the trip. Hoping to bear from you of building a good road from Jacksonville with which to compare these, 'anel : .
were intense I was 1Iotaa.r___*. and all other, young or eld. who are mable. ) to leif] ;
soon and favorably and to be honored through those cities and hopeto these were aple; blossoms, sure fast In bed .for four and put tie correct valeaboa oa 18 Grades of CeUe TklHy day scholarships 14F

with your presence, we remain 'yours have work started on' It In the near enough some of "them not.yej open ;r J: months Three doo-. .cur ......'. r.eass or alx week' _..poad.ace coeiree aeW expert eetteei ses "

very'reIPectfully."ROGI ., . future ed, -still ,.of the ,unfolded b1 q t.vim'. : ,tors said .there was will complete you. Big demand for cotton grader sad cotton barer*.' Smriea speae-. .
Ut, B.: LYLE. Committee. Luke Palmer well' known In sporting beautiful pink aDd some .opened,' will m cure for me and I was given up to > .

0 TRA EUNUaMAN INSANE circles, was shot and killed by, their petals of the apple bloeom's die. Being urged I used Doan' Kidney !F t
his-wlfs at their liorao .
at Tampa'Mrs.
delicately tinted pinkish white. And Pills. Soon I was better and In a i '
Young Man Believes H* .U the Ownerof 1 Palmer .lurrendercd to the' police. 'then he smelled of the blossoms, and .few'.weeks ..... about the house; well, I'" AN ,Acts 0fI the',LIvttia 'and ,lCi4n.P.-
progressing on the new Ice delicate mt'lporrtta tba SyiuYn i4,1t.
the World. hey had tbe apple. blossom and strong again. 1NU

factory located at Ua-nd' siding near '
Pens.cola. Fla.-AVlth 'Ib'e hallucination Eanford. The Incorporators of the 'woody fragrance., Sold by all dealers. BO cents a"box..

that be ownedthe entlroJ new concern are John F. Harrison of- Yes air; they were apple) blossomsall .Foeler-Milburn Co., Buffalo; N..Y. "Keeps"You :Well

> world, and could do as he pleaded, Ft- Fayetteville C. John Stoddard. Sax tight a lovely spray 'of apple blossoms l '
"- lit Jenkins a commercial traveler vannah Oa., and .Fred Kaiser Sanford hare In a city barber ahop. And ''A young husband In Connecticut TRY A BOTTLE Mtk four rfea/er/ hilt :: i

with his borne In Montgomery Aln., Fla The company Is ''capitalized then the customer sat back:and got died.the' other day from the effect of .

f im held In the city Jail being placed at fSO.OOO. ahaved.-New York Cun.Hra.'VrinBlow'sBaotblng . eating the fist ,pie hit young wife -

',*j there a raving maniac. The.mall was. Paul Elchelbefger.. a brick mason, bad cooked.) That Illustrates 'the hero; PIEDMONT COLLEGE
f found oh an East Hill street SyrnpforrJhQdreatebthlng.softens
car by '
; Chief of Police and the committed suicided at Orlando by thoffnina,reduces!vftion !."'- lam ot the, brave fellows who take f
time not'allracting Sanders! taking poison. His body was' found ; ,allay painlcnrcs; wind colic,,UCcabotUa unto themselves bride).-Houston' DCMOMCST, QA.H 1
was attention
in an alley Elchel>erger was recently .*Ufcfal Bovetaia locatUm. Xetiilar Preparatory
He was seated near the front Mistaken Impatience. Post.. red Oollx. DOUIX.I .p.ot.I.l.smr 1. ar.l..a
and complacently sentenced to. the penitentiary for "He : smoking a Agar: says .
cruel treatment to his wife' and humiliation 5..ah.rloa. tot MtaloeM farther Imfott t
against all laws of Pennaccla, so far Is evidently what caused the citizen_ 'wbo. 'la alwaysbeing ..11_ ......- ,j TOILET ANTISEPTIC '
as smoking on a car Is conceused.i ahookad."Nonsense '
him' to take his life. e a, HENRY C. NEWELL Actfoz ftC sldent.
i Tbe chief, noticed' this violation and
answered1 the and ,
calm Keens the
The total shipments. of fish on Ice ,teeth, mouth sad body
Jils .
leaving seat Jenkins
collected ; "He Is merely oneot'these aaticcpUcally' and free frost ...
1 / snd Informed him of the fact. JenklnsrJmmedlateIy from the port of Punta Gorda for the person. Take the Place of Calomel I
\ perked beginning January 1, 1908, and !mpJltlent.peoopl ;',who) :can' healthy area-life and disagreeable edon
responded with a query Onm.ltpntlas _... DolMMIIMM BUMtor _..11.. which t:
as to who the chief might be, and ending (u.July 7th lnstantu.amounted wait'until the Fourth of July for the lIrough the "" mil t>.* "t'
aloae do. A
Y."d 4 Er. Ltotmttt 4 cannot
Bnwfh. Knncf Ap-
when Informed 'mildly infonued Ibo to 2,017.600 pounds net. As compared excitement of JlromllCuoua'er.pllo: r.anoroY.inMluor a..ri.uo.,. t.... germicidal dlala- '
with the same period of last year the IJnrrilUpciMlralrxmvmutiMtlim..llMr.<.k.. .
official that Star.
the of tho .ton.-W..blllgton
was uwner ) .
Ih. ' \ to lwu r aoikm. .IM.| ih. footing and deodorizia '- '
United States and to make such figures show a falling off" round .f h':w.lfc : ..r.\r the.rh..d p.rt.,kaduc Np.-
toilet .
A- CDB.KsVAssorr's .,,....01 ... | requbita ,
Th.r jto ant eallr.lq
cumbers of million CORK CURB THAT fommt.ik
mark. a* 'those made by the officer a pounds.The t.r wh.t .... ..t.. .. .t do., .l'rlae" _w me of exotplional ex.
brought down the displeasure of the real estate Market at DeLand miBTixoiin coax .AJ..I. a won fOUrclMl..I- cellence and eooa t .
owner of ,the world upon' hilt The I.\very active and the prospects are dertul remedy for hard or soft oorna, ban. J. M. YOUNG JR.. WAVCNOSS. CU.' I.TH..E om)'. Inraluable<
that lots of .will tons sore,callous spots on tbe feet,wart f{ FOod.JI
chief Immediately realised that the property change for ialsmed eye,r
ijnan was mentally unbalanced' and !ni"fuiored hands next winter. Tbe home people and ladnratloas of the skin: It Is applied .. : ........DAltly&a dio comfort FLY 10 KILLEII.U..f. throat end natal sad
without enttlag: _ .
.him until near? Iba city jail', 'seem to have money.and are buying with a brush and euros 'productsLibby's "" .' uterine caurrh. At u. !
burning or soreneca your druggist) :# : iWl.r :. : ,
where he got him from! the cnr 'Iflhere And there for residence or "i drug and toilet '
t Bavaanah. ............1 ;,
mall from las Co. :,
or by .
through and reaching speculative The three _,. store, 50 cent .. .
persuasion upon purposes principal ... "" '" <'r "-'" or
I police headquarters.plated aim" Ins ( agencies are about holding their Qa., ,. A ::r.. :'---" '1.-" l'.: loin.,11 aN uymq.ebla"r I I by snail nocrpaid.Urji :

padded cell so that he,rould. 'lot Injure owns and each week records about. TJte Troubles of 'the. Sincere."Why \ _)\.11.. 111"-itl'w' ""hr I liver .MOI... I.. 'TrW Saopls "alJ
hlm.elf. the same amount of sales. i' .IlhotlIhrr. !I
Pasco county Is to have a model didn't you congratulate' Vienna. Sausage "'II ." ? l.\ I k*.dMl. N.ot..... mftt WITH "HtatTM*.. .. urr"' noon a'a*eats
I r 2,000 GALLONS OF OILr.J' farm .at Dade to advertise .brown on his tnarrlageft: M.'E'-' '.Baa B BW prifMidriYMo. f THE PAXTON TOILET Co.
City Its BoitoLMist.
; HABLa .. ..**... .":...... ura.a.T. (
)iroducts' and advantages.The "I couldn't conscientiously;. I don'tJmow'bla rYou've"<< '' never tastedthe'

.- ': Taken From Four Whales, Which: report that Senator T. A. Darby bride well eno t1a." beat t until

;'; Were Stranded Near Mosquito Inlet, ,was dead at Nome Alaska was denied . "Then why didn't you.congratulate :sausage,.

Daytona, 'Fla.-The company composed Ip a telegram .received by Dr. K.M. ..i bet. on her choicer you'veeaten Libby's N rfA/N . 7 ,r4
of J. D. Maley. Elmer Oliver Drevard, brother of Mrs., Darby, "I couldn't do that conscientiously,. : Vienna HU..DG&"ILLI c :. Ga:0aC1AR..6..d

J.,. C. Fettepher and Captain S. Bennett ,, who Is with her husband In Nome, fclther; I '',know Drown too well."- Sausage.ItVasausageproduct. a.- .... ..... ........ .h.d.3awl. Eap.e ............., t.w.
has completed Its labor of extracting The message.states that the Senator Boston Transcript., . oeanrt..e,.. PorrN eaw..d, R.Jlo.dr... hip. ,
sperm oil from four of tbe Is In perfect health x ; I "."-" Ja.wd.-. _. 0.- ....w .......... Wry" ..-....... D ',r,

sperm whales which', stranded on the The Standard 011 company Is baring ITCHING HUMOR:ON. BOY' 'of High' food valuer
beach near Mosquito inlet, some time tanka erected at Tltuivllle. The ,

ago. About 2,000 gallons of oil were new tanks will be of 18.000 gallons His lands serer a-SoUfI.l: and iMade different{ !, Cook' +

secured.' Market quotations from capacity and there will be two ,connecting Disease Spread All Over body-. << :' BIRMINGHAM SEMINARY

I r| New Bedford Mass., show the oil, to tanks "of 12,000. gallon capacity . ., Cared ID 4. Days by Cutlcnra.Oa .ed.different:". Tastes a ,

.,_," be worth 48 s gents; a gallon .each, tot gasoline. diy 'we noticed that our Mil boy liffetentalidisdifferent.than :t BIRMINGHAM. ALABAMA.
The 'gentlemen undertook to take The; funds have been secured in wa tU broken out with itching sore*.' We ,! Okrl.iIN Idri'seheoi l; tnr Olri. sad VOWMTJL:.. l... BoardUv peptic II" IU t* tn* a.1sw '

the oil from four of the whales the 'Rockledge to cut a canal across Merrill fist"oothkdt'on his little land*. Hi*. .bther'';sausage?* w ..ll.d eltr' Mm.l.d.. ...v.rr...... ..'..".'01. "/.. H.IO"p.rf.r.p..lor.hasps, o.IC.aa$ or a.o.door, a..a...... r
y'. balance of the nine which washed Island from the Indian river .to hand were not a*bad then and we didn't L"IkUMUWLIC I.d full parties_ add.... _
ashore,being worked by a party. from the Banana river. The canal will"bo think anjrthibg serious would result. But Libby' Vlenna coIWPTON. Ptindpat.172* ruth AT*., alrmla *a... Ala '

, .... ,New Smyrna) tbe popular route for launches :to the .nest' day ,,w*. beard of the- Cuticura ; ,\ ,
i The' blubber., was cut from tbe reach the beach of the Atlantic oceanM Remedies betitg *o good for itching joresBy ,Sausage, like all of"'the'Lis
.. .
b..4sawa.e } .,... __ ._.
i whaler and hauled by team to:tbe.old It will reduce tbe sail to. within' this lime the duease had spread 'elh: Tlbby: :F liod;Products : I ':J..::.:: .sins e"'Me.: ": r.s'HMo .ef.-.
i : ; PA"RM S iji '.r y"'u4 ': 2t A
f 'augar .mlU.near Port Orange. and two hours from Rockledge. ever his bodynd biB band were nothing Sit M 1.o any *..lf..ron.17 Krw Wry" lluWsi- v'_> -
. there dried out. It Is said that fullyas The steamer Clinton is under co.. but a solid mess of this Itching disease J Jpurcbaned J' : carefullv"" prepared, ".....'t a.-I... .la..a i aq slew N4.rKr* arlN.Lr. 4*>*reiT.. k.
I i't' much oil was lost as secured ow. a box of Cutictira/ Soap and "
on r
tract to move' 1,600 head of cattle 4k HACK, tidalt..O..',
I Ing to 'Improper facilitiesfor r box,el Cuticura Ointment, and that night, 'and"coolred in' Libby's .'
from Punta Gorda to Havana It
. handling. it:: The ,,oil wasshipped I took the Culicura Soap apd )lukewarmwater' -'
New York.. shipments to ease up the and walked him well. Then X dried ;:Great:White.Klf; Chen.i;;:
; ,j financial! situation:>> In DeSoto county.A .. him and took the Cuticura Ointment and I RSHOE

I / '. 'WOMAN Ki ls'ft'F.' ;company'_ capitalized a/ $15,000has anointed him. with it,..I did this '.(very It ..can .be. quickly tIt
T been formed ,at Sanford ,to erect evening and in four nights le was entirely, J .
( f-4 tWal:Preparlnp'to Make a'Viet'W.'n.; a crate.mill. Mr.. Underwoor of Crystal -. curd Air:Flank Donahue,'308 FremontBt . ,servedfor any meal;at :

1 .. 'She'Committed Suicide : River will have charge of the erection -. ; Ktokomorlnd.. Sept. la. 1907.". ''anr.tme! It- 'pleas' .* FOR, MENMany ;
.... Jacksonville.; Fla.-Mrs.. 'of the plant'''and expect .to. .haveIt Stole' Mttsourlan's Orchard .... .. .
-:- Jennings wife of the assistant superintendent working: Iff a short ,time. 'Join Ixaberlo liyes five miles south ing. not over-flavored 1 L ,people crowd their fist hrto ghost',, ,
, 1;. of the Metropolitan In'l Many Jacksonville people have' has .' . ,la an attempt make their test'fit'the'shoes. '
of Et arid that
' .,company' here committed aul- Joined In the movement to',secure tbe !' ; Joseph last week. Haberle .,satisfying r . "I>ontcbx ob 7oaxeetlBUiatwayiwearSaJlr3CHEaTS d +'t
""audran ahlsd a' ?
;m P r at,i ber ,home' Van Dnren and extension of the Atlanta: Birmingham forty fruit. trees.; Thnrsdayof taste! Tryst' t ;':rbeyBty 1Il' feet. .I.ook for the labet,"aDd,if yoo dontJlidUieMabx _..
b: J'.Church streets She was.young and and Atlantic roalroad-from; ..Way- I' last week some thieves dug r / .swadJlT.wrftathemakers.: '

St vvery popular' here Her,,death 'wast cross; Ca., Jo Jacksonville\ up and carried away.41"1')':: olio roe , ; |"'A t' ? for direction) bow to secure,them.,, ,rut "'. -
..the>: eult. of*taking chloroform! Sho rl Tallahassee> (a') lrladypiann nlr''to th; It Is yrensned-plant- 1 'Ia. W** gltlmftbi Li'it "'' '
*".I",u.t'"tarUnlr r North Carolina make the Inauguration of' Governor I eel'them agsln., They left fi4 ground . ..: ... ? RED. F. FiBLD,CO. Brocktoa., Mas: I rr w -

I' I and had purchased a tlcket-and'bad Gilcbrlst the most brilliant event and fenceSU, Joseph'.rver?, D' ;

.,.._ i ber,. ., ;.trunks,.. ... '' -packed.. ', I'' ever. engineered' la that city . 1* ", .' .'(/
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? : CUBAN# UTTLE DCdtCL( +es+Yev4w..................: Registration Notice. I NOTICE. '

''The registration. books will buopen->> L HI DOlOR.
I FROM 1HITTIER. Zotinn. ii hereby ct"U thalthe followlntdenudbed laudeor eo much thereof as toll Muaee.asry
ed at the court house the first. Monday
Quarter C. I i 10' l due for lazes herein set opposite the amn, together with oust oran
Two and .,.
a Per,KJio la August, for the purpose" of registering ,'h eels and .btertlain, will be..old.' public suction 00 Lloellnt dar.of Auauet, 4.D. I. etKlslmar.laty

"Ice t he Tariff.Bf .. .sv O. IO.. all qualified electors who ,are not. fa the l'ouay. of O.reola.and NLte of F'orld.. "' _. :.
registered, god,will be ''Opened three
the ,decree promulgated yesterday ,..................---... da) >'. In each week, Monday. Wednesday

by Governur.Magoun at the re- Our people are well satisfied wit and Saturday: fron. a, m. till i jffJ 1. fl. ' f
auet Battle p'"e.ln.dlLl! n weather Conditions 12:00'and from 2 p. m. till *. The f
of 2-1-4 cents per kilo le I placed yVe have showers of more or lea books will open In all districts In the .

no all 00\10& cattle Imported into magnitude every evening and the general county the first Monday In September }

Cuba except that brought for breed. crop prospects are ail that we and will be open two days In each .. KU' oru"'i') : . .;.. .'.. ..._ .. :. 16 If* MmMm tMU Rnal lf RC . . .. aINu
Ins purposes, use tbe Havana Poet could ask for It Is true that the week the days to be designated by thedistrict ) ..;.. .. . Jas 2tu 40 8I1h\'I..IILIIE... ...,. .... > ..
.. . ... .. lip
Ma Nw> r. ofue'sdnei4onwts., ... ,. a 4j HO .
In signing the decree Governor early.drouth seriously; Injured a portion supervisors Tb$, ook. will KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA Nwljof INwH "' .,...... I'.. .... ,'. ........ .. a: 2&t III. 441 Savage Hoo . 4 as
*' ftoon was actuated by the plea of the of the corn crop but this wa; close In all districts In thn.';;oounty the -- ----- '-----,- nl.... '. . .. . .... ....: II : !x Ntai llamywk Allen .. .
cattlemen that the Industry has now small cotupatlvely speaking/ TheWbittlvrseCLion second Saturday in October. accordIng - KWofnwl'(.. ..... .. al.' :IIW' m ThomuJno.. ..
.. .... sariof ,. 18 KUa tab m IteM Arnold... ... .. 18s
Cuba where It left w CARSON. D. D. $.I 8 >< of c(4l( nwijof e'jNw'iof.wUow '
the no yV.
reached Jn still has enough : ?
stage to law. This July: 24-h: 1008.J. )* 1, 0., .. . . .' M MM Hsu' 10 "obI!. Lit.. .... .. "
longer Deeds tbe live Hock or'ot.her to designate fair pro.,>>eet... .'A. LANCASTER,' N w' 01.. ,.. .. .. .. .... ....... a8. UU* M eBOe 4... II... Lilly ...... .. ., 1'*
\ ,countries-there being plenty of the Achias and };have. been on an ex- Supervisor of registration for Osce- O.NTAL'PARLo"aL Nwj of ne! .. .. .. ... \/1 IWo 4t'.' Asia Arnold ....... .. .. .. 11*
.. .. .. ..
demand ( .... .. 10 8k she 'SUCo111erFE. ass
native" cattle to supply the tended cow: hunt. for the past two ola County . Nl4'otret.. elan lens '" .
.: sod that protection therefore. I" needed weeks, returning this evening withflne a AT HOTEL .e.cor of noli of.w4: and run n 70yd '. ,
,for the Cuban cattle.: ; bunch of Cattle.Uroaiiwav Mr. Herbert. Spelr,.who has been ORAYSTONE "w iaaura.s TO yd*e VJO: ydi to bcr.bejt . '
There Is no change In the entry of between Thlrty-seconi clerking In a ,drug store at Dune1 loo also at neoorofawl4of.w4' maa'<
y. T'O '2 a :lliO>.tI. w ::1'I'd.' w 2Jo: <.UeXiuydii: .. UK ..31M. 8to: 107 {:handler ft M est, . .. 4 10,
pedigreed cattle, which will continue and Thirty-third' street was the seen for the past year or al!. has recently OFS..O.. HoURS j9 rnoN.... lmt'1 Henry Adderapn' aub ,dlv ofwUofuwU "
Ut come la free. The new decree ROBS cf considerable excitement one day been appointed by the Marion county TO 5 ,-,.. 83 85s Hit. 1 Roberta Reddlo ,...: ..... ....
Into effect Immediately and wilt be of ox attempting ur pas. board .of public ,Instruction to the Lou *> aud w Ifeury Addereon's nub .
last week an AiJ1L 1', .. . 1dfof
AkERS uwof JIll Ns !!{( OIUMplo 7.w .l
ewf .t .
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much Interest to all cattlemen of the through the water brake. prlncipsUhlp of the school at that DR Ft Lot 2 .. ... It'" .. .. 1e 11I18 H6e <1\1) MaunUoo... .......r...... 1 gi'S'dfofooftcudi4
F island. Heretofore thousands of cat. The usual line of summer and fall place He will have three assistants i ... .... 8 2IItt lIfo 40 Hullivm W M1IW I L
lie annually have been imported from goods can be found at the Emporium. DENTIST ( of nsKof.sq. .." 4 itfaj. :lllte Cariall O 1> .., ...+,;.., .afa
LoU.. .... .. .. ... ... ... 1ftIII She HOe !ill Sullivan H. aIM '.
the United States and Argentine to Miss leulah.'s supervision of this department Ordll1dn ? ; Trust 6> Cuba. Is absolute. Her lord and An Office over Orlando Dank and B'fof"}< of swj' < of MM. .... ... . ... 81 :lIito Mm 6 Simmons W Fr. .. ..a.!. 1S44T ,
Following.IK. the decree tD full: mauler la like an elephant In a china AN ORDINANCE iIe.u"UlllrtheUol pool or Co. Phone,'73 Nn'iofowW! :...1. . ...... ...,........ . 8h :!loll WXJ' 40 Mulllvtn Bud.. ... .. .. t
Ni> >Hof se'4" leu begat nerorof !
r Havana, 4ul 7, WOfJ. shop when attempting to handle good Ullllmrd Table or Rooms by Mlnon.BE CrAwn, Bridge'and Po ro lean work. a utiU of sell and run w :210 ft tleflM a
Whereas The Agrarian League has in this department. IT ORDAINED UT THE COUNCIL OF Specialty. 210 ft n 210 ft .. .'.. .... 322IIta Mtoaoo 311 Unknown..... ... ...... 1M
t.hatthe has 'w-of&o\-4.' \ ...... .. u : 40 Simmon* Andrew 1. 1841H '
a >etltlon praying The Hotel de Beulah renovated .
"presented ) been '
a NOTK Those desiring services .. of lea 1 nunsa 144 i'as
3cents my 8 u iwrji bug iw cor .
imnort duty on cattle be raised to and the preparations" for the 8 per kilo aDd the said iietltionhas coming season Is all that could be to play at any' Um the of pool or blllUnMIn arrangments ntri of ne'4! .. .. ..,.. 19 :2r :lO Franklin Frank. ? 1S4
run _
been supported by communications desired. N.of o"), H :JK*' 2Ite 40 Lanier 111 (Hr, . . 1 114Ne"
councils any room wherein a pool or billiard ,table U vance.ORLANDO. FLA. ( of ne(4. .... .. 17 :lito 40 l/mlen Mn P K: ..:: 1Nw'
from numerous municipal The school house" Is being, repairedand ... .. . M . . '
kept for publk\ UMI I or to fitter fraqoontor loungeabout of MM ', ". (1 I :.I. :2IN0 Bronaon Moo. 1 r
public and private corporation, anoclattona every i preparation is to be made any room. where pool or billiard hiMoi are Ice!,of swig .. .. .. . Ifall: ine", 40 ItiMT A Mr.ti ... ? J
of cattle raisers and mere for the session Fred NH of nwU lull beg 7 14 chI .of nw nor
the chamber approaching kept for Urn UM of the public after the Hoar of 6 DR. LESLIE W. WEEDON runefuls.locb.w.nhlalOeha 3Sa We 71V TlncrFH .. .. ,. :..' 9M.. '
Individuals assistant
has elected
chants and Harvey been p. m.and any minor yloUUng- UiU. action hall K'i::' lotNins.atrip 1s I it wile off* '
of, of Havana, Haotlgo"I' ( The of principal III u'l.: lot
commerc teacher.I question b*punfehoi bx ImprtmnnMnt. for not more than also 4 lea 15 aoro In DW nor
Dl the cattle raisers. of Or lent* not settled but.. will be owned by Iliac Minnie Moanlar and ,
jet suppose .
and Ploar delRio thirty days,or by a An of not mew than OM hundred Specialist-Eve, Ear HU lu.w corutroud ID' Mabel L -
Matanzas ,
Caooaguey. before.many moons. dollar. or 'by both ouch fI... and Impriaon.ItMflt Elllo and 1 a>'ro.quarein.ecrownedy
and the association of merchantsand Bro Guy waa among Ma beep last Nose and Throat. .... b Mr N V Oliver and 140 yde aquaretu L
the agricultural association of Sunday. We were too busy to attend tie cor :.... .. ... .... ...:. .... ... .. J2 2r: 2>IeWUlh\ It II:. .. .. . II W
Sew a. Whoavar.. being the'owner. less or Lot 4 IBM atrip M yd wide oil e aide '
Santa Clara: services but understand! that the kaanar of ny pool...billiard tabla kept for the of acid lot 13 2r 25e 41$ B.., Morgan J . 9 Ot
Whereas, Tbe president of the Agraelan reverend'entleman delivered an able of the public. allow any minor to play at anytime Beaneonrof-nw4; orJi'n.u.* s'HO;
League and seven other representatives sermon.. Mrs. Leon Stephens was UM the of pool... bllllardl.or to solar. I_ Private Hospital, American Na- rd* W4401 aama WU of D"'J4of.w\.i\ and2sore.: In '
; .. ;.1
of cattle raiser., renreentlng baptized. quant or Iou....about such pool or billiard room tional Bank Building Tampa oie< ofnwUnt.-.I.! . .... 24 2 IIIe 'lit Raler.on Yule.. 1I
holdings amounting In all to Moonlight nights have Inspired our after aald' hour of S .... chap b. ..unlah.... by N"-olD.\i.od..Uofo.J'! \ ... .... r ass 117. IIOMoN.III. .. ... .. 4 M'
106OOO bead of cattle, have signed an beaux to deed. of daring with p. Florida., Et4ufswy' .. .. .. .. II :'J5a 27. 110 .MaNell.r, .. fit
that the price young 'Imprtaonimnt for not more than sixty. day.or bya i'wofeui" .., ... 11 :rare 27. 40 MCNei1L.. .;". '.. ... 2Ss
agreement to the effect wbat success the future will decide fine of not mora thaa two hundred. dollar. ,or by Sw1' ofncji. . .. . .. 2e ato tie. 40 P"'Ift..a'N..aISao..oo 1 67ill
of cattle on the hoof will not rise The belle of \Vriltller is still mistressof both cue), fine and Imprisonment.SOB. N... oheJf. .. . ... ..... :IIi :liJD 27. 40 Whitney Nr. L.. . .. .
above '6 cents pound during the the situation and ,to all outward Melt of aw44 .. 2T 40
per .% AU ordinance or parts of ordinance NeW of iw'iK'fr : :: :. : . ... ...: Yr. ;:1 1 g: 10 : t i cc 1 M
;months of drouth or 6t cents per appearances heart free, and at the In conflict herewith be. and the wens are.hereby EI ofaw'' . .... . ... .. ... .. .... 811 :lbI 17. 110 LINa\.. .... . : $14
pound during the other months; and Intimation' that the right man ia repealed.Iftwid. W. fi. W INN.PItY".UIA1'IANONVHtlBOl'l.. !;' of of M>U ..... ,. ... : 11II 2Iit 27. 20. Hancock I A . M ..
tbe meat sellers' union of Havana, searching Hunter's Paradise for game NwuorsSu'' . . .. M 26e 27. 40 Note iIL. ...... ..... .. 1 M
shops has In open KCmloii thin 7th day of J"I)'. 8"> of e\4 of nw'U and nety' of .off andntofuwolas'4.
representloe 112 butcher her reply I Is there Is as yet none in A. D. lUOft. T. V. ELLIS.PrenldnutofCouunllof .. . . ..... 116 tor 27e' ib 0 HurleYTI. .. . .1MiM
r offered to adjust the retail price of the race worth a true woman's choice Lot A blk 1*CanpWll city .... . ... 1 lllia.lie: y4 Levis B 0 ...... . a.U:
'meat to the price of live stock, and This would seem to infer that the Town of KI..lmmrecity ._........ rsoas ... stmeciiMsa Lot. A blk B Mary. H Morgan'. rub dir of '
agree that such retail price shall In no young lady in question Is fastidious .. 0.........0..; T. rsaua&. reef U of De" or lot I Campbell <<
case exceed the price during the last in. her selection, but a review of incidents Attut: 'NA.kCOO88ER. '
_ts two years on the basis of the agreement connected with very many of: (Seal 1. II.",I."I>It1'. llcrk: if_- ilTowii.Aiiprorvl J. W. SIMPSON .8'i' lot V. .. .. . ..... ... ..... 2O'/IifI: ale 1 Tbom.H and Eva. H. 71t r

filed by said butchers.with the our married couples repeal a state of '1.r '",.- thus. iI'rtey of July, A. I D. DU If EN DON PARK

municipal mayor of Havana: affairs which at least should cause our 1'iCM! T M. Cul'HS'. DENTIST. Lot tat .. .. it na RIo.... Brown H T .. .. .. 56 '

..;Whereas, The matter has been presented single young ladles to exercise extreme 1olaror: <0'11e'"'""'11 tof Kisalmmee CNy. . .. .... RUNNYMEDB.lotI8blk23 . .. .. . 8"arts B JMlntlJ . . M k

tom. to the three political partiesnow caution. Vory many of our In Kat WHlol3'hlktll.< . . ... . .. ... *
existing in Cuba and one thereof exercise lack oft ordinary Public Road'Noticir. Upstairs Iluilding. ix.>tl blk 7. .. .. .. . .:.... . . .... Win* I J.. J.
young men a LotSbl 87. . .. .. . .. .. .. . .. . . .Mi.e.geFXF. .. ., ... 69M
has earnestly Insisted that said ,petition common sense which, Is obnoxious Notice& I It hereby given Dial II I. the intentionof OFFICE Hours I n. m. to 12 m. I..17b 1a. .. .. ... .. .. . Broekway& Kram Ear ",
be granted and the other two to most of our (belles, their main the Hoard of County: Commlmlrmora of Oaoaola J 130; to 5:30p.: m 'OA'SB' ADDITION..

: have-supported the petition In principle ambition being the ownership of a County. Florida at the nexll! rcirulaf meeting.of Telephone: 7A Jun 5. Ivf } k P1.I'L ... : .: ..
r ; pistol and the1 object In life to display aid Board to be held on Monday. the Xrd day of --'- -' Lot J Blimmakkr'. sub! dlv of Ii.k QL .. I .. Ha.lley H li ... I M
Whereas, Both the Department of their horsemanship liy running August, nest"* In artabllxh the fallowlryr. propoted AUblkl3. ,.... . . . ". IIh"'urLR. 20 M
(_ ,Agriculture, Industry and commerce their poor old horses nearly to death a publla mad e'Iot.2antSblkIt' .... I Lea l(, B ORw'iblk .. ft ..ltCARK'
and the treasury department. have reported Ctttlt penning Is Bill] kept up to a Beginning?<*yards' west uf the Moutheant cor.ner Osceola County* Lot blk B . .. . .. Adderliold J W .. .. .. 016.
i in favor of said petition; certain extent: the regularity' of the of _I.'IJII In township m, south ..ranve': SOUTH FLORIDA K. B. CO.. HUKVKY.Uey .

On the recommendation of the Acting . seasons keeping the. grass fresh end east. ,,;;.;,;. running cast to the aoutheakt corner uiokt.....'.Iherl'.r lot 2 blk t'* ruin

Secretary of Finance and by tender and the flies not being unusually of....'....'w>4 of."tlonlln! MM 'wnahlp.nd Abstract n.w7iftS47dege71ft.4.1: dog u 3 ft n 47\don w 71.f.L... 4A def $ccgeEC.. -. .. gin ,

virtue of the authority vested in me us set ere, cows are doing well. ranveilntarnettlnv jMiint the public road. CompanyS. PATRWK'S; A1M/ITION" .

provisional governor' of Cuba:; 1, The orange crop 1 prospects Ire still\ between Klaatmmea\ and Uasneiuterj/ said road to LoU blk 0 . .LANDH. 1'LATTEU. Hall BF .... .. .. I ..
Charles K. Magoon. ,. do hereby promlllnil.rhe trees are healthyand be thirty feet wide, nftern fret on each aide of H. MANAGER. N.',of awt .. HI ':&rlll no: .40ruuo Or h.roJ'". A. . . 114
,Resolve: full to overflowing and If the /u,,. aid deec'rtbed rout, BULLOCK.. . Beg 'w e'or..f M'VI}(ol nvrl( o 2i0 It
1 ,That paragraph 184, correspondIng lure has nothing of an Injurious on Wltneai my hand a* ..-t1.10 Clerk of aiM - --- -- n #10 ft a'210 ft a ;JIO ft . :-J* r. :lI..*> 1 Hcl.>crmotl Peter .. 1 !20ileg2101tiiofawmr.fswtUf )
w !>,,',_ ._ ..
y to Group 1 of Class X of fthecustoms ture In store for. us we may' expect a Boardi. Klralmme. Klin-Ma this nth day of July Real estate run e 210 ft n 210 ft w 210 ft .. 210 ft IM :/'Iotllfe': 1 Callogher... L. .. M<. . I 'r1
tariff, as It appears mod lied full crop for the approaching season A.D.iO.* K.LLENLEf, Titles examined and rffjr&rled on NEST K HiKIlIUf RE. MM ,
by law of September 15, 19O2 and IDe- Potato seasons have been flue and Clerk Circuit. Court'Oynenla County.. Florida'. I Taxes paid for non-residents Lot I blk:M . '". 1U4I1'' amuel ,. . .. ..

oree umber 746( of June: 20, 1907 be as the latter are the BrieaUstronghold (Sean) AIcTlIl'l/.V. I'ONKOAN. I Instruments relating (o. real estate
c and Is hereby. amended to read as follows of Wb ILt.I'II"s gastronomic jurisdictionwe Deputy C*.rk carefully drawnCorrespondence C. L. BANDY.

., : always feel safe when this general Tax Collector. Osceola County.

"Paragraph, 184 Bovine cattle oft I provident crop is In good order.. Notice of Final Discharge. Solicited.G. -
any class sice and from whoever Imported In .
Henry was J.OWQ Fridayand r
Notice ti h..bjIv.n to all whom 'It may eonoern -
excepting such as Is Importedfor started out in search of the cow-" that.ixmonthi afterdate I will .
present -- - -
breeding referred to hunters, but the billions of .
purposes mosquitoes the County Judve O.oeolaCountyat his office\ BUDDED TREES !
under the corresponding paragraph in which he and his F. KRIBBS: .
party encountered '
? In Kiaeirnmee City,my accounts and;voucher*to- .
the free Hit of the tariff O. W.; 100 drove then back is '
dismay and ,
nether with ftn..rt.. and ask for a Anal <; "f.. '
kilo., 2.25." .. falling find the of \' ";r .'r '' ; "
{ objects their dloch.....aa administrator of the stale of Annie ;'f : ; ATTORN&Y-AT-"AW. : 'tl ( !:
2 That the following provision in search '' ';' ,\ \ t Islesworth]
they returned to Whittle a' .I.[ Parker ---.Ute of aald county .no's; ;; "the Court'House- =: Nurseries. .
l reference to cattle exempted from duty demoralized party of broken down' ;. GEO. F. Office In .
1908. .
July! Ut ; ; r rAnKER.U'm6m .,
,and which formerly appeared'' as part cow punchers. Ills return to the '. .," E''. Adminf.tratorvlNotice. 1, .W\\.: ': 'simmee. Floridal '''f I,, r .
+ 'of Paragraph 184 constitute a new quiet seclusion/ of Bull Creek,was only ._. : :. CHASE & CO.. Pi>oeruETORS I 'J. W. HOARD, AGENT "
paragraph added to the free list of the a question of time required. ,to reach With whom will be assoclaleO' in the' .

,tariff,. aa follows: : that famed locality." trial of the law firm of I We will have ready for next fall. and Winter planting a general
."Paragraph 340Iorine' cattle John andJUeau Drawdy and George 1'0 all whom It'nwy eoncerni assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Trees of all leading{: varie 1

v under six: years of ,age/ ; Imported for Godwin started Monday on a hog That on Auirtuit Bid. IMfH" I will apply' to the Masses & arlow of I ties Our trees are budded on Rood, healthy rough' Lemon and

breeding purposes'' belonging to the hunt Their previous success Is a Hon. Minor 8. Jones. Judge of the 7th JudlgUl ___ OrlandoWILLIAMS' SourOraoge roots guaranteed free from insects pests of any kind.

,breed of Shorthorn, ( Durham) Her. strong Incentive for a second attempt. Circuit,at Titnavllle. or wheravor the court may l All budded from bearing trees in our groves and therefore true to

.Y ford, Aberdeen-Angus, lied Polled Mrs MamloThomaa a Whittle be, for authority' to adopt Edna lona Wllk. In- KIDNEY PILLS name. Our facilities for growing nursery stock\; tare second to
Galloway! Devon, Brown-Swiss,'UolMlnFrlealan visitor The esteemed lady la beloved l.ntd.u.-hterofO. W. Wllka. none and our tree. are as One as mosey and twenty year' experience

,'. Jersey, Guernsey, in every bosehold In our community. 7-J-iit) ROBERT. ROBERTS. Haw TOil nejlected your your nervous KidneyiT: Itar can produce. We are making a specialty this season of the
M cawed trouble and blade California Valencia Late 'which Is destined to become the
A.reablre.Zebu, Mvsore Brahmin Her conversational powers makes her -. with J our kldoera "? .famous )
i and cattle under said age Imported for a highly appreciated visitor. PILB8I PoIL'.el'PILES.! llareroapalnaln lolnn. .Id.,back amine and greatest money-maker In Florida.. Our Valencia. buds come die J
:breeding from Porto Rico bladder? Have you. a flabbyappearaun.ofLby root from the best.bearing trees In the. district now famous for
or pro
purposes Messrs. McQualg, Beacham and another \\l'.llBinn" Judlun 'llo' wl'l' ours sane, mnaoially under the eymf Too fraquent '
the Argentine Republic, provided that gentleman whose name we aa Blind. Blottdltiu' uii the Importer shall duly prove their DOC recall have been Iho tumors ails| :ji the IfhluKBt anion.. aria sea iillU. will our )'ou.-At Oaoeola, Pnannaoy I -
_ rlarlo '.. ? through. this lection. prospecting iioulllie. siva: fimtwtii: reI-L Ullllam: Write.tor Prices to J. W. rioARo, Gotha, Fla.. fir call andsee our Nur
There .
appears' odiau Pun Oh'rnont It', pit''pn.d for Pllmi and '
3 That. all laws, decrees or regulations .1.0' be a mystery connected with, our tohlt'aof Ilin |>rltr t *rl< Nnld> uulv b> the series at Waco on Florida Midland R. R.

IB any xnnner contradicting the surroundings which attracts. the attention Ooeol 1';;Ctk:,1 und: 'nNUBIAN __ n_ _ __ n _

,above. provisions. are hereby revoked of very' many of those who _r TEA VV 'a'''''''<''''VVV V % V VV% V %% %''''''VWV'VVV'') i '

h CHARLES E. Xi A000N, claim property In our vl lolty. ''

Provisional Governor Old Probabilities baa Informed ''C.. A.CARSON, Pr.ald.sit. .N. C. BRYAN Bear.t.ry.rroEi .
t The' cattle growers of Florida: are Dame Rumor that Flagler has purchased Bcncdicta"A *

.y. well pleased with this change In the Important : from Hopkins all his possessions : :' :EWaters'
.,. duties, and they. are very in' this section. This report .... -- .

\\1. : ,active Senator Tallaferro) for the lacks confirmation but our railroad MEDIONE" '.
"\.. par he has taken in bringing- committee are considering the soundness & Carson 'Xo.i
t about. Temporarily.' .It Is true the I of ,,another report from headquarters Keeps Grocery ;

_ new rate will have a tendency to abut ; making our city a center of .

"off the business entirely and will corporations, trusts etc, at some YouWelL -- W"o ....I. ... ...." itGROC

I probably do so. But when lobe beef In future day not very distant. YOU /rrEB th..Ills of woananhood. '., i

,the Island Is killed and marketed: Our merchants are attll hauling DO as so manx women Oo suffer. F Do yon aLu R-Ire y

'.? ,which will probably be by next spring, goods from your: think. this I want to **t ",without lb.necessity "!
+ tbe'Cuban markets will be ,open -to pretty bad, but IBasloger ,teams are of painful xamlaattons and .mDarraaslncoonsnltatlons i

Florida and Texas competition. which procuring merchandise from the same 'I r Do you want to take a It Is an ,

" has he.eiofore exclusively, and the : source and hate about forty miles further remedy right Into jour, borne. anit.eor.rourself . ,' ;.r, 1
+.+; r foreign: competition which has heretofore -I to.haul. McClelland is again on e r I Ideal'Remedyfor. COUNTY AOBNT9 FOR

been so strong being abut up by i his way to your camp for more goods.1 '

the Dew dutv. Then the Florida cat The first watermelons that have yet BENEDICTA HAY 1 CRATES,
4 "Industry will become again one of, appeared on the market were found tin U "Woman's I celebrated Fertilizers I ,
KwHdn.1 A
a ? prasevlptloa
4 the -Stale's greatest.interests, and'will his floor the ojher morning. Twenty ... GRAIN E T ''C.
.' of a physician wba mad. the study of -
; be the ,means of puulnc an Immense five and thirtyfive 'cents were the '
mal. Diseases his. specialty It was need Consllpatloa _., Clrcalara aaul Prlc.a _ '
lie .
prices asked.
amount of money In circulation In theE received about fifteen .ca wa .r.r
suoMasfollf! br blssuln pu praatlo., It baa 0 PanIek.d .a'A" .caU.a.
Stage" and one 'w.ebld before ,. *s
every been ud soocassfnllr thousands of atmao ': ,./, //11\
7 In the meantime,I'some'' of the big night. . T I
owners are' rushing cargoes to the Gnats .and heat have been obstacles; woman. during u>. manj years '- l ro- MJ ,
..'...."physicians bar also fouaA It avial-
,Island before the new' rate becomes In the way of' writing this .article .
_bl. assistant when desir.4BCNEDIa& *.,...... $ -IIPES
they : FURS WOO3LOoixxxtXT
I since ..
It IndlgestlM
operative.,though prices .are reported. beginning aid as we are now - ,
very low,' a.'; Jt about the, winding. lip of ,this page, operation. r
; .- Lvkes 'Bros.' who are amon'I"he'' will quit.. h . ., ] Biliousness '

Sri largest operators In this country4 and J. : .Produce a Speo1; .lt,. '.r ,
Cuba. are very well pleased with the All parties. Interested are hereby a ritabl. iraMdy. .tt M x" '01i

3 f alt.Ilat.IQa.-Tampa Dally Times. notified. that on and after ,August ,1st i roots barb and barks knots to ..-... andDyspepsia. II"
the town ordinance relating bulls properties wWcB 118.,.a woaderfal earatlT %vvvvvv % %%%%% %% v v vv%% %eV v %%v.vvvvvvvv '

51.MM" Death running at .large' will be strictly, en and tonic effect upon UM fmal organs and] .r
forced. :p. c.HODGKS.' nervous tem: Without maaUoalaa' the
Is :what could truthfully' be 'said of r 'p >
.f I Marshal essay eons 9! '- .tnmM.that woman :
many children who die. They have .
lv * ?! ** suffer w.say tlaatlbI..o troubl.' of Ibis '
little don'tkoow
"worms thlD.-t.b. .
1 poor kind that ......... will not IssmacHstsly so- .
'1. ft and you don't realize It. If WILLSON.R ,

d J' . :yOur /obl.ld Is cross, fretful, pasty com- J.M.; ,. B.v.asdasaycur..f FLORIDA'S,, OLDEST COLLEGE.. J'
: and .loses weight for It U good for the Liver.'Kidacrs, Bum- r t

.. .< 'plexloned, reason.'tTlve U White,. Cream no apeparent < NOTARY PUBLIC.., f ,- BfNfDlCTftpuwdca"bI1I7 ach,Bowels and Blood. ; ; College, Academy and Sehools.of Music, Expression Floe Arts'bom,.. ,

.;?" hjranlfuge.. You will be surprised at \ STATB AT {..Aaoa.. ) b and awtastuaoallr.; and It takes the plaoe of calqmel and teases tlrf and Industrial Arts and Business. .. ,
and third nun's
with las of UM svsipoaslblllty no bad after sfleota. Cara.rU Hall dormitory now coins DPI leotrlo llihUi steam and tora... +
: tive results.and bow quickly It picks Real Estate Agent,:. consalonsaafs hMk: large! aooltTi per'Mt health conditions) Sue |raoa>lnra athUUo 1I.1dIIaDO"| courts. ,
i _'!: up. 0 Bold by Robersoo's Pharmacy. of giving to ei.ring woman a rsmsay that It .Is Beaded In'' the' Spring., Summer rolf (lists, baeeb&llalld baaket-ball teams otuunptou oi Florida thus :j.irf Nearly a anartm of aanillloai
Ia SIMMBI:. FLORIDA will BO*only M tv. ...bat ales baral..s Fall and ,.Winter, t>r Men, Women, aaJChild doUarl..ow..aH_ eipenMS saoderaUl aoboUmbtp. available."Cbrl.UaII'a''
;. JIIIIior u. Y. J P>>.. U., . .. s4r.eU. aosnattrwbat snay baj the eoa ran, ," onlaatlonati Ddatw. -,. s -
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ittoa of tha wean taking, aid idrea CHARACTER '' CONDUCT
t',*b. "junior B.. Y. 1*. U. will meet HEALTH "ANOJVITALITY: ttlsaxiUlatflMpwbotUa.brS. ''IIWIrS Uk.IL Buy a bottle floor, ..CULTURE ,

Sunday afternoon at 3JO: o'clock MOTTO JisTMVIMst PILL Next session begins oe\Ober'7. For catalogues address the Preeldeot -/.-\
Mist church# ''All.members urrequeeted "hcrreatlrM wad lone'n.t ft&IY9 tor nan. I .M .,., r
tov sad w._a. prodoa*. .tr.urth .... PJiI t BaRrsH's Ptermacy '
J ba present lobe loud. a the II1Itea ad renews the- Miallij storms! I lICY, g Jai WM. P. BLACKMAN Ph.' D.,'; .Winter. Park., Fliu.
of officers U to take p1see. \. ; x.ov
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