The Kissimmee Valley gazette

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The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-

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; :IMMENSE. "INCREASE* , Highly Pleased* )With the Valley Gazette M, :"' ,.1 BONDS .WliLCAnRyl I : )S- ---l

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'I' One Hundredl jnd Eleven transfers which I fA Large .Majority of Our Taxpayers i ea"/1:

'The following letter. la self-explanatory: is- I only / .
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,:,r. :-of Real Estate Recorded In the' 'oil dozens The Valley 'O .ette has\ received"' past"': mogyhacid ; 'j 1 I Will Vote: to Bond! >the GtyfforInstallhlg.Water'Works ... .....-... ,...._._......._...._-_........__.. -&'" ,

Month of.May.. is here produced that. our.tocal'oitlzeoa' may see with .what . ;' ,< . "!';'rl" '.' "y. ,'.. . ..'t. ,'.
,;, feeling this paper is received abroad t .n < : .4. -
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-.. The growth of bush &s. In all: lines ,.. 1+''Chautaui! ukr Washington, June, :I)!). Mr. T.W.. Ellis:president' 'the . ,. .. Plo f : -

J. !' ,lri.Kisslmmee-and jDsceoJaJcouutythe Editor.Klsslmmee Valley Gazette, Klsslmmeo, Florid Y I. City Council, Into whose-hands the petition .. ,
past six months has been phenomenal, 'Dear Sir, -The sample copy of..the.Gaiette you kindly walled, was given to procure the signatures -. '- .. .
line has.U been a't'eaLer..thanIn. aN- -.. '
but In no of property, owners.'signifying .
to- hand and.ara well pleased with its appearance
me duly an}
sale of real estate .
the their willingness to vote for a bond Issue .
Duringthemofltbof May,1909'therewere ; manner of presenting<< and discussing 'local and stale topics, etc.: to Install a system ot water works r

I one hundred and eleven transfers; It certainly greatly encourages. any who hope'.to visitor. make in this city, stated to a representativeof /61fo Acres : : IL
recorded''.In. the county. of Muck Land-Same
of real estate new hWnei/ In your''part of thq sunny south. the Valley Gazette that. out of the "
clerk's office, wbUe la the. correspondIng hundred citizens he, interviewed '
or.more had : I. .
A orcer'for
ty-eeven.just one-third as many-aud it, and before the date of jxplraUOD.'oaD''' definitely less than a half dozen who were op- Sty Into v ,

the prices obt ned this ..year are at -.speak for-the future.\ With best. wishes, I am, *..--. posed to the proposition and that he was CJofid-Cut Up > I
least one-baIf/greater than those.ot Very truly yours, believed the question. would carry I by 'tom il
W. the year prey ue large majority when it Is submitted "
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The reason or this wonderful chance -., J. M., M CLlNTOC the people. Five Acre Tracts.

for the better In our business ,conditions 11.0 It is-Mr,. Ellis' intention to make hla
is not /ar to seek. There were report and return the petition the .,
some twelve months Ago, who real I I Council at its meeting July and it .
ized that this section possessed, many election\ V 2
is more than probable an- l will V Ii
advantages over other portions of the ReadinessFor be at once ordered. which will be held ,
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bat the majority of our-people -- - -- ;- - --- -- -
state, ; t, some time 1n tbe month of August, the : =-= ; r -;
seemed to be of that class who were i law requiring thirty days' notice to be -,
content to let well enough alone an were averse to advertising t.o'the I The fact that our citizen almost '

world our resources and the opportunities the Big Barbecue and Fish Fry to Be Given 'on'the I unanimously favor the proposition Is clay road. This landed' ( <<
here awaiting the homeseeker. [ exceedingly.gratifying and will bean .: _ _._ ..,...
The minority-the public spirited minority Day the Allotment of Tracts in the Old important factor in couvlnclnfcjthe out* by .Capt. Rose now .State Chemist
-aided by the Valley Qazette, side world that the'inhabitants of this ;
decided, some ten months ago, that Soldiers' Colony Takes Place. town are live, energetic/ and progresin5ux -
this town and county possessed too I sive and will have a tendency to In 'when he was in change of the Diss- !

many Datural--a4vaDtages not to be I duce a larger of homeseekgrs!
numbered among! the thrlvlntr and ;! and investors than would' otherwise ton drainage operations.Itlies at. .
prosperpus towns and counties of The committee in charge\ of the big Ion behalf of the county and Mayor T. settle among us and invest their mono f. .

Florida" and That there were thousands barbecue; and fish fry to be given on the M. Murphy on the part of the city. We fall to see how- any.c1tizen who the north end of and drains into
the north and west who would The gentleman who will extend the colonists ,
day the"allotment of tracts in the OldSoldlerll' desires the advancement of his town ..
and make their homes us a welcome on behalf of the people '
come among can oppose'this' progressive fori
as sodbn as they learned of the condo Colony takes place have has not as yet been named but it all must admit that a system of waterworks I Lake Tohopekaliga. This flue body :_
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lions' here prevailing.\ Therefore a completed. all preliminary arrange Is generally conceded that the lion C. for bre protection and domesticuse
persistent and consistent system of advertising ments, and only' await advices from A. Carson will be Invited to perform is the one essential necessary to of trucking land will be on the market -
. was entered Into through the Washington as to the exact date sin that. ,pleasant duty. C the foundation of a City of any preten-
mediums of the Hoard of Trade and which the subscribers will stole 'Into While the National Tribune Ixaa.fvions.The almost prohibitive Insurance just -as! soon as the
of their to begin stated that the allotment would take surveyorscan
'_ this paper, and the fact, as stated \possession property | rates to which 'our house owners
abov"6', that there were three limes as making final preparations and announce place the latter part of tins month, we are at present-subjeoted should be all ''
4.L. iiiuuvreal estate transfers made in one the program in foil. are of the opinion that the date will I' the argument necessary why every vote J complete the platting.J.M.WILLSON.JR. .. .
'month chub year as were made In the Our citizens have been-very liberalIn more than likely be on or about the cast should be in the affirmative, for
sane month in the year IdOH'( is conclusive subscribing! money for the occasion, first of August, as was previously published those rates will be decreased sufflcient-

proof that the thoughts of the minority and those having the barbecue In in this paper. ly to inure than twice pay the increased ...................
) at that time were trained in the charge are thoroughly qualified to. the, intention of the committeeto i taxes-If the taxes are Increased, all tt
right\ channel, although the ranks of carry it to a successful conclusion thoroughly advertise the barbecue -the first year the system is In opera-
thai minority have been so augmented Enough" of the program has been announced in all nearby towns as boon Qs.detl-! I I Lion to say nothing of adding still- )
, that there is not a member of the original for us to state that Governor nice Information as to dates li secured, more to the healthful conditions of '
t majority left Gllchrlst will be present and deliver and It is probable fully three thousand our town.

Hilt this prosperity could not have an address of welcome'on the \part ofUe people from out of town will\ be Another Important factor connected .
I. been brought about If tit conditionshere state, as will the Hon. W. J. Sears present on that occasion.EXCITINGJ3EAR. | 4
,: with this subject/ Is that It will be the REAL ESTATE: AND INSURANCE :
had not measured up to what was means of inducing men with capital to
claimed in newspaper articles and come and invest in business enter'\ YC
f Drinled mutter mailed broadcast over' STEAMER CHARTEREDTo HUNT prises. The 'clay Is past when men --- + !<<'

the countryThetlaim I will put their money into a business of

was made that Kissimmee anv character unless they are guaranteed -
is the healthiest town in the United\ Convey Excursionists from Balti- One Weighing 360 Pounds Killed protection against< fire, but when
States. and all who have investigated they learn that a egmplete\ l -system has
the question hAve found the'tasertiony more to St.\ Cloud. I I Near Barton Lake. been installed herd they will not hesitate -
tn he baited on actual facts --the annual : to risk their dollars. 33
, death rate being! leas than three Information his. reached this, city 1 I Mr. '1'. Tl. Smith.of Barton Lake, -Kissiinune possesses more natural NedilyAll .S oldli4!
that the officers of the Seminole Laud situated n'&Il"al'mer's turpentine
,lo the onit thousand Inhabitants. I advantages than any other town In .
The claim was made that the climate and Investment l'OlUpl U)' had char"tfered camp about 12 miles from the city, Florida, and by all the rules should
liere, both winter hnd.sunntler.Wassu a steamer to sail from Ualti- sends us the following ]interesting account '' lead (n population Inland city in
more, !Md., on the 18lh for t>l. Cloud, of an impromptu bear hunt :
per I or to thaf of any other piucepi the state and I it will do so in twoyears' I
the new town boated in :he midst of As I was going to my muck farm
this, contineut..and everyone who time if our people will throw off .s-tf
, 't. comes here Is convinced "of the truthfulness the Old Soldiers' Colony near this., :Monday morning 1 found a large, beartrack I I that lethargic spirit that has obsessed Only a few more oi theMe desirable tracts remain? ., "
excursionists would
city and that the in the road, and, after follow : ,
\ of the contention. them in the past and unite as one man -
The claim was made that the H.oil of reach that place on the e'CDIIIof/ the 1 ing, the.trail a short distance, concluded I tobuild, up and make prosperous this will: closed time.
that unsold and they be out in a short .$
this, section would produce more 22nd.It I the bear wasnot far awav. beautiful and favored town on the ; fo.lIy \
vegetables and was not learned what object the 1 gave the alarm to some of my neighbors -
abundautlv of fruits, north shore of Lake Tohopekaliga.
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field crops than that of any other por- company had in bringing a. party to who, with their dogs, joined me \ next offer will be jut as good' lartd,',but a, j'
of the south, and those who come this section at that time* but Is generally in the chase -and after about tfro I "' -,
tiQn '
))1 supposed< those accompany Ingthe of- hours we located the bear. i n a DONfGA -GEIGf / little'farther' '
very out.
: here an4wva.he grovesand.'truck ; . -r r
. ; gardens are quick to realize ii'cers are eastern capitalists wno contemplate dense swamp on the banks pf Farmer's ? .-..... ,. .
Investing to-Florida real estate Pond: The dogs came to a stand with
'' correctness of the IilaWUlellt.I'
[ "' This' town possesses many other advantages as the eyes of all men of means I, bull in the thicket, and M: !'TIndall Marriage. of Two of Florida's, Most f' "':' \;; ... .,11><" ""'A"' ;
," such as being almost wtally are turned on this state as a safe''pushed his way through the .thlcK 8 '7'. 0-6 5 4' '3. 2'l 1
free from mosquitoes tie'; Veer round, t place to purchase property. brush and shot the bear with a rifle, Popular Young People. lI
It only after making a thorough wounding him. The j t "
was animal then
s hat tug a rnagniticent! hi-hool system, rana Waldo, June 5.-one of the most HMs
being' exceptionallj moral and free investigation pf the soil and general 1 little further Into the swu'mo, Tin- charming June weddings occurred In I <.'" '

from vice and cI'lnH'.lmvlnll the !>eslurtesian conditions prevailing all over the dall following: In an endeavor to get the Methodist Kptscopal: church, South, ,
south ai.d especial! In Ihl .state. that another shot The brush '.
thick :
the midst of was so. M'
water, being 111 'on June 1 at 3.30 o'clock. I .,
the SeminoJj* Conrpany purchased he came' right the woundeJ bear .
hi-c'.ion in Florida, upon
the finest hunting : The brde.] :Miss Belle Geiger, looked
J.o,1:! < )() acres'of laud near this city and before he lIahl1U., and tl\e I "
oT beautiful \
and located: on the banks a the sayuye: a dream of white in her mercerized ::
established the colony, 'and as officers beast turned and
charged him Tin-
lake that U well Mocked with many I silk trimmed in broad satin bretelles,
of that company regarded as dall quickly raised his rifle .and.fired,
varieties of flab but the three main i which were fastened with large ro-
factors enumerated above-health, climate far-seeing financiers it is little wonder I I the muzzle almost touching the bear's' 1 settes at the seml-nrincess waist line -.
that others ,ln the north possessed of head. This turned ,
and productiveness of soil-are : i him In another direction and extended to the bottom of the soft
_ andmaking wealth are following in the path and heranthrquglttneewamp..
the ones that-art fast building up foldsofher skirt. -The: gruocutMr, '
mapped out. thls*dogs following: and came 4 ac
prosperous and populous\ our Edward William Ddnegan, wore hand
town and county. The excursionists will more than II. H. Hull, who shot him six times some black broadcloth with white brocade \\I 10 11 12 13 U 15 "' 18)I '
likely leave the steamer at Jacksonville I 1 with a 25-35 rifle and put an end to his ,
Within the past two months thirty- and come to this city by rail, or ''career. vest. Everyone agreed thai the. -r t
five thousand acres of land near this It is possible toe run by water will be '1 M. P. Tlndall an old hunter andhe brideand groom looked lovely. J
city have been cut up Into 8vf-acre continued to Sanford, as the St. Johns I! says this U the largest black bear The church was magnificently deco- L s
() tract and sold to old soldier! and River Is navigable for boats of deep ''he ever saw. The carcass weighed\ rated In white and pink, with green fora
. II within the next three months fully two draught to that place, which is only I r360 pounds. background. There was a profusion .
thousand people will have, : moved into Cloud I of ferns and palms. At the altar were 19' t'
forty miles f.'om Klssimmee, St. i 24 23 22 21. 20 18 'c
central arch
three arches-the majestic
this county from other states and settled being located only six miles from this .
this land. I A FAREWELL. was covered with white oleanders and
on place and on the Sugar Belt..Railway. s i
Another tract of sixty thousand magnolias, and suspended from the

acres almost adjoining the city limits Express Their Appreciation. -Fare thee wall, ;many friends, center hung a large white lily under "
has also been cut. up Into five-acre Of bright Klsslmmee town which the bride and groom stood. Un-
tracts. and is being sold to colonists, Klsslcnmee: June 7. 1909.Klssimmee When in colder climes I live; der each side arch, decorated in white .
and from reports it Is learned that Valley Gazette, Citv. My thoughts will oft return and pink cut floerss. stood lobe maidof
- twenty-five htmdred new residents will Gentlemen-The enclosed letter has I To the many kllldly greetings honor and the best man. The piano t
be added. to our county's population just been received from Lakeland. It Given me in your sunny land. was bedded In a pyramid of blue hy .
within the year from this source will fully explain Itself. drangeas. ,
One hundred and twenty-five acres VoursFuly. i So pow I say with regret, last The bride entered' on the arm of the
C. -Carson.. my maid of honor; Miss Bessie Graham,
adjoining the city llralw on the north i Farewelff-t all, I :
were divided into five-acre tracts and Lakeland, June 5, 1900 And.wish wbo carried the white satin prayer
sold to residents of Klsslramee the Mr. C A: Carson.. you many happy years j bookfveryvraoefullvhandinglttoliev.Barr "
In '
your sunny,-southern homes, 25 u 27 28 29 30 n .32
first day they were placed on the mar Dear Sir-The members of the Lake- And may your town all officiating. The groom accompanied toy
ket. land C. P. Sunday school enjoyed Prosperous be the best man, Mr. John Ambrose -
ever -
. grow
with and hospitable the bride at the altar. Just ....
their outing you your met
of hundred and sixty So farewell friends.
A tract one : my r'" ;
; acres ten miles from thin city was. also, neighbors' .Very much, and wish I -E. Idaling. after the ceremony the happy couple NOTa-A pod hard...... runs on ell four sid.of this paopertjlP '
a 'to express their appreciation of your entered a carriage and were hastily
> cut and up Into twenty-three five-acre tracts were sold by the in Qwner the- klndne _jiXtheai.whUe. in your beautiful I driven to the home of th ride's mother. The above diagram represents thirty-two IIve.\

first two weeks after being. offered, for little!Sincerely;city.' I Carload of Horses. .' The. There!gifts of were the. occasion 50 presents were In all.numerous. acre. tracts; the land Is liigl>..-and- dry and we11t1m-" ...

ale. Myrtle Greco, Tl. O. Johnston arrived this morn- Mr. and Mrs. Don jfal departed on beret It Is located one mile fromlRunnymed not l; ....
There have been many smaller deals ; .
Frances Iligglns.T ing from Nebraska where he pur- the afternoon train for points In Indiana
of like character, and there Is not a Committee. chased it carload -of good western "where, they will ,vlsl relatives. two miles from the JanIs of the Old 801dl rs' Colony '
day that passes \but what at least a -- --- horses. The homes will arrive" to? the groom, and they will take In Indianapolis ;
half dozen real estate sales" are re Mosquitoes Cannot Live Here. I morrow ( Saturday ) and parties desiring I Chicago and other cities and Is'of that character of soil' best adapted to tlte:'
ported. As said before, these improved -
we to purchase a good serviceable making a two weeks' tour, and then '
conditions have been brought Editor Valley Gazette. I I animal at a reasonable price will do1, will return .o Waldo to live. One of 'cultivation of fruits and vegetables. There Is ex "

,-, about through truthful and judicious There are some who think it a fabri- well to see them: before buying. 'I the largest/ crowds ever seen on a similar -! cellent and
boating fishing located in
advertising, and if tho,8evbo have cation when the statement is made that 1 I I occasion at the church and at the being a l1ct- .

this advertising in charge will con- there are no mosquitoes<< here, and to We have received word from W. S. train- showed the popularity of the work of beautiful lakes. IJ'he:' climate Is the finest in .
tinue it. as faithfully for the next twelvemonths them I desire through the columns of Alyea of Atchison. Kansas, that he voungv couple -Waldo Correspond- r '
as they have the past Jen, thereis vour most excellent. paper to make I found his family well and home business l- s I ence in Times-Union. Hie United States, both winter and summer' aud the
no reason 1.0' doubt that Kissimmee the statement still stronger by saying flourishing. He writes for more Mr. Donegan/ was. raised in Klssim-
will have a population' 1m two years' that if they were to bring mosquitoes literature descriptive of this section mee, and stilt has three "brothers and locality Is totally free from :mosquhoes.- ls convenient

time the equal of any inland city In here they would die at once, as our as he finds Uie.Atchlson people grow two sisters living here--Me8 rs. Arthur to market
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Florida. artesian water acts as a poison on ing very enthusiastic over Florida E., Robert and Charles and-M isses I ..: I '.!iz ,
them. If. person will take the water and many are coming here on the July Liwie and Adelaide. '" if,
business The amount to come and before importance the Board of the from our school house"well which Is excursions. He Is getting several I Price i00/ TIll 1, : ;
of $ Lot
less JuneJlStb.
Trade at Its meeting Monday nightshould than two hundred yards from thedepot I parties dies gColony a opening of Work Being Rapidly Pushed.Mr. r
and rot It or breed a mosquitoIn the Old S: .
.f be sufficient warrant' to demandJ It In three months'time, I'll take I W. B. Tally, In charge of the For further Information regarding Ithis i iI
J attendance of every member. The the blame of being a hot air artist and Principal R. M. Evansof the Osceola surveying corps which Is dividing up I : '

whole machinery of our town is movbljt' fabricator Nebraska. Johnston, High School has been appointed instructor the St. Cloud Colony tract, states. that write: to or call on '
at too swift a for the smallest \ I ; ,
'in U. S. history botany, the work Is now being rapidly pushed, I be overlooked' and the. Mr*. Burt Bax.terpf Guthrle Okla., physical geometry and Florida history and that so far/'.. his work Is con- i Kansas'I!,
Board of Trade, the. representative arrived on Sundayjto join her husband for the State Normal School, which cerned the allotment can -now be madeat -
,body of the business and professional Mr., Hurt Baxter, who has .been opens at. Gainesville June 28th, any time. Mr. Tally is also preparing !! S. ALYEA Atchison
life Of the' community, will lend its in Kissimmee for the past month and lasts for six: weeks. This is a deserved the plats for the company's ; ;
1 best Jtld to every progressive movement They are occupying the Best residence I .- Evans' buildings, on which work Is expected' ,

.(,: 1'D.Iob' ".utern portion. of the oltv. abfllty aneduoatorsProf. to beglalll a sport time;; _., TILL JULY i8m.! .;,.. ...... ..' ,

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AAAAAAAA, I. James J: Jeffries will go to Europe C fl! .

4 I in 'a. few wee and on his .r4uYnwHh Campafciv to Prevent It ,Establlshing :!!

if1 (tA SHAKESPEARE' IN BASEBALL A I prepare for .his battle with Jack .' Leather ,: /.j- : ...
ftA A Monopoly.
( iA Johnson. Before -
.; . I will so root..-Rlcbard II. . ChicagoJeffries"'said '- WHO IIAVJhDAIJGIITERS

,4 ;A Now you strike like ,tbe blind ,,,1. ;Jv. 'I' 'am going to Europe i 'L viir- '
'A man. .Much Ado About Xothi< J prllJl'a.tly'to 'taker. tie baths at .Carls Evidence ThatCbksgfCrsrkers: Un.

'A inga - -_'.. ..-'--' - -.A t 'bad..- and tacldenlally to; Qghtv. a. few der I' ,.'fllt Conditions U'lU CHI." I ''iL

; .flA Out, I..say.-Macbeth. 4. ..tbeIl.U4cal1'Ontractl.: which J."signedrecently. mutely Control' Shoe Business. p
: A I will be short,_Hamlet. A' ) When I return to America. "- i

: A Tb'ou canst not bit It! hit It! A h which., will be about the middle of the '- ?) I I .a

'IA hit It!-Love's' Labor. Lost. AIA sum.nwr: I. aoi-gonn( direct to California 'Washlngton.-D. C.-The lobby>rid- I At -.. euwr t, Jn,, IirSAO Ci
H0 knows the gam*.-Henry A and start hard
: training for my the lawyers In charge of -mantto14'Intere.t. :2A 4bam'sVegetableCompound
the -
'A vi. A fight wit II' Johnson. When Ef Pink-'
I returnI of the Beet Find Help in Lydia
A O, hateful error.-Julius CaeJk A will sign artlctleto meet Johnson are- 'In idf
: sar. ,,AiA and lake it from me the flftrt will high glee because of recentsuccesses :

;. A bit ctiia very palpable A lake place/ In this counlryj f"! have, In steering their unpopularclient' 'k-- .

c .A bit!-Hamlet. :: A an t1JI'fI1C to: say. Of course lAprefer' :. past all legislativeand legal: obsta- \ l Winchester," Ind ...: "Fonr doctors

- A. Ha ..will s eai; "sir-'All's' Well A To flgat la California, out If'better-In- Chfarwltbout'a-.ltI&l: -.>u m pT" _ told me that "they could-netermake"

A Tbat Ends Well. A diicements are made by other prominent A complete score otabe.Trust's vie. / -._ 4* me' regular and

: A Whom fight and wrong have A promoters J am willing to acoeot. torle blessings and mercies would -,/ .mtf"i'.1j ,I -IebT -- that I wouUferent-

_A chosen. as-unmlie.- Lova's Labor.A .'* ---_ ._-.-, -be very.-long, bill her" -are a few-of-- _- ,_ 1-- uallT haLf? dropsy.! ,

:, A Lost. . A "Jersey City Is to have a summer' them : The proposed new prosecution ;. F-; b t : -'- -' 1 1 ana
I A Let the world slIda.- Tanilng A >a..eball team composed entirely by the overnnrerit t has been aban ')* J/ % sufferfrombearintc-
A of the Shrew. A doned. Recent offerings the bonds : down paliis.crsrDps
If -the '
Unfymejrj )plan ,of Rev. JohnI. s C I
A He has hilled-a fly.-Tltua AnA .. Scudd. pastor of the' First Con- of the Trust have been eagerly accept. '_, and chills,_ansi
-A dronlcus A' e J n \VaU Street at blgb price.. Prices % ; could not sleep
relational[ Church carried
are ( out. motherwrote
A The play as I remember pleasA Rev Mr Srudder will 'of meats have been advanced again -, nights.! Mv
.play first base.
A ed not thf million.-Hamlet A It IB to and again and there is no serious ,-J tollrs.lMnkhamforadTlee.and'-
purposed arrange! matcheswith complaint. William LorImer. the.heroi ,tyAI____ ;
A'be.t he has CIrloA
\ au arm teams composed. of to Uk
defender of the Trust In Congress I began
A lanus. A -. .
other prgfcuslons and jp
possibly with ; LTdiaTMInkham'B:
baa been elected -
4 A Tiey can not sit at ease on A similar mlnUterlal teams. from other I of the- United .to Senate ,. .. .,. Vegetable .(;om-
t Slates by his fellow- r
A the uld beucu.-RQmeo and Ju- &
>arta of the east and one-
After taking/ one
A llet A citizens of Illinois and:l last, but not pound alt'light
Gt>OtgP r Au I t on'on I the world'scharnimtonshIl I least, the movement for free hides In half bottles of the Compound, I am
A" t'lxin such sacrifice the gods A ) title I 1 IS..l balk'Jlne Congress has been defeated again and I recommend it to

A A" tbrow incense; A A llllardi, from (J<'orge SlosHon. In :New: That Is' the Beef Trust thinks the w
t York ('it,' It was a tedious game, question is settled but a game and DEAL, Winchester-Ind.
AAAAAAAAAAAAANolwItbaan4jn4 goln tu' I thlrt v-tilne Innings and at effective fight for freehides and Hundreds cf such": letters from girls

the Klojlda l"llslatllre.ftas -!I pveiy sate from the third Inning. leather is mill belnjj waged, and there and mothers(expressing\ their gratitudefor

__1 just 1J.8.I&Wd thu Sluun, anij. i Slossan.. wus uiatjlaic| When the are hopres that Congress may'yet be Cartoon by Berrjniab, in the WaHhmRton: Star. .. what I-ydia H; 'I'IIIkhaw'81l8, -
racing bill arinuuifrement was made- ,; mutch! 'n.l-'il, v.llh Button' required Influenced to take another point of table Compound bus accomplished r )

., at the Latonla track In ( 'Inrlnrm'l' of :r.i'O. )) PoInt Slognou's total was only view. NEW EMPIRES FOR PIONEERS. them have 1 been received I by The lydia
Medicine Conpunx, I.Ylln.
The most effective K. Prtikham
Jilajis for an.. additional race frac k 2"! campaign Is that '

L near Jackaonvllle tlu- understand< ? Otic. of tlje conducted, by ex-Governor Douglas Mass '
lntcTKiIng developments troubled with painful:
: Uirls
-,..: among turfmen being that H -wHI I I J1n Tnarnr t"' aerrtr- rtTrlPir'dciflnif! tbe-t_of Congress Massachusetts with literature; who Is bombarding and argu- Millions of Acres of.Indian Lands to "Be' Thrown Open Tor or irrejr'nlnr periods. backache, .lieait-.
r nearly two years I 10 run b<*ft>ii the ;i OI"pk a aan nnnoiincement from ( bl. ache drafnr'ng-dovt'11' His.tloii9. fainting
meifts :
;: Sloan law uVcomi-s operative" Till! I Iannouncement caeo ID I ih.Tod( 1 that I'renlderit John- In the cotioration'carnp.The w"hVh) are causing. a great stir. Settlement--Offer Homes and Wealth-.Include" *|wll.H or indigestion I should take

:. wamud" I b> U'llllnm .on hnil' t li.--n mod to do something last> brick he has thrown at Farming Timber and Mineral Tracts In Immediate action to ward; off the neriOIH -
: Fl1. r. who has lion-i-s, at Ijitonla l lop restored to
twonty for tin? <'v't.Iecreattng Sattlng and the coiiMi-quencea 1" 11 tiii
meat monopoly Is sensational In
and who I is In .1a kxun111.- i to with thai < tid. In view had Induced the extreme Copies of his statement I Idaho, Montana and Washington. health by I.yuiia E. I'iiikh.unjM'eif: "-

'close -vtlon: OTI a-ulro ifor the track "ni
which 'I" to tjo ai ro' -* Iho> St Johns can Leagmm.> to i>x|"*rlrn>Mit u-"h" >i Senator and every Representative i In \\.1.llJIllIton. DC Millions of j.earM to go to the a..I'tlonahl'r... tin-. restored to health: by its. use.

river from Ja Ksunvlllf , j livelier ball Tli*' company has pro- Congress and to all shoe manufacturers acre\ of fertile Western lands. will be openings took place, which U one of If you would like special nilrlcwnbotit

N E 41yrd. who jrobabldservPa\ l 'Iiicei!| a n,"''' hall which 'nnfov m>t )to wholesale Jobbers retail shoe made, available by President Taft for the requirements your Case xtrltca6nII(l.-iitlttl -

.. the dUritx-tlon of being "ih. thaui- all the spcilfltatlons of the offl lal dealers and leather users In-the Pn-| Someseekers! during the next nine I I Almost all' th. applicants for the letter to1: rl 1'iiikliHiii. at

plan truck athleto In the south" hu ball with jus enough rubber addedto ted States. Mr. Douglas declares'that months If he follows the policy which i new lands come from east of the I.ynn.lllflK. Her advice is freo,

- 'been lorted captain of the Tlenison | make the ball lUeller without affvMm the shoe manufacturers of this (coun has been laid down by the Department I I States in which Jlin new lands arc- In- und aluu.vs helpful.TEACHKIM .
I College"TTack team for 1910. Hyrd Is the fielding The npw( ball try are faring a crisis even greatertban of the I ertor. The settler ,' ('al'd.'lJltt'I'ry; few' Il'athe Atlantic ---

7' from Orangttburg. S. C.. and a member j' W'll! be dlllllll' >uI..1 among: the Amerl-! many of them realize may make! his selection In any one of slopi! to try their fortunes in thoWefct ( CD OVER N ffi

ot the Junlor -tlass. Tbls > t ar "lem- I I' i an J.palluP; tpamn to be tented hv I'nder present; renditions It does the three StntAs of Idaho Montana I T..ntSlatl's furnished the ,_ 'u

son roae to the MfliaclH! In track ath- | t tb- I'la.r. In practice If It found no! take a prophet to foretell In a and Washington x -greater part of the applicants last : : 55 rllA- r"r frviImuklet 'A Plan"
letlcs In (the soulh/Vnd, although! some eat stmo'tory It will be used In all fpnf'ral'a)' what will happen. Mr. It Is 1 proposed to throw open :2-! '' ) ear Nebraska headed the-llst with how w<- 'hfluj"u nur, a ti .tuirpoeltloti

god, men will be ii>&i this )car j I lianipoi! Itthlp], name: and the American Douglas says The logic/ of events 1 R72C) acres comprising part of :I7.' 6" applicants This Is accountedfor pII"5s-tyi Thoniimiwl' fllO'hll s 1-11 ",ltt-r.',1..1( s_acmnrla.upptI.wi ounn tt4at.a'h.r

j through graduation Still)I Clomnon. i: I.eaitie patrons will b > treated has already proceeded far enough to' five different allotments to Indians at Hie.I-and Office by the fact that ('or,. the Iar.i '.oith.rn frnrrH
should hold her prestIge. "ltli little 'U a much-needed Incneasn In ',al' Indicate clearly the goal toward They include farming. Umber and j the settlers In Nebraska. were plo- SOOTH EHU nat-sass- AIIINCV; < olumbl f).
which mineral lands, sufficient, noti only to 'r m-ers, -and while they have been sucI
Byrd at the helm. \, I 'ilni we are rapidly traveling This .. --
.' I Is no less than a gigantic trust controlling provfde homes but wealth-to the successful I ceRKfiil they have In man cases Insufficient XotlMIlk) ; IH ..o \Hln HN \ HllitM >
The Chicago National.* rain-d I haIrI I J Thousands of Americans In Lendot wealth .
applicants to establish their
the beef leather
packing tanning
third succemlva pennant last week !I ,. England bad to wire their New and shoe manufacturing Industries The sections under consideration sons In the high priced lands of that teething Vin.low'..(>ft.ofl. SoothinR t hv gum..Svrup rHin',for.i inUammaUon. Childr-ei," -

After the flag waa' ralaftl President York hankers for a further letter of of this country. This trust will Include 310.OOO acres at Coeur, j I State This la t ru,'-, perhaps In a less, ,.ll ).l> ini'ur, ..wuiJ colic.26c a I otU* '
Charles. W. Murphy presented Manager credit as the result 6f the derby won of course, lie, built around the present d'Aleqe. Idaho. 64.00O' acrA at r>mhl decree!: of the fertile State of Iowa '
Frank Chance with a check for bv King Kdward's Mlnoru., It \IK fstl-! Beef Trust Idaho. 1.200.000 acres near Flathead whIch is credited With 32.413 appll- What the Sandwich Was For.A .

110.000 to be divided. equally among I mated. that Americans hacked their The advantage given to the Beef Mont 1 :5; 3.600 acres near Spokane I cants. South Dakota furnished 17.- stately old profe. or was an-

-, the members now with the teamTwentyone favorite sir :Martin, to the extent of Trust, as the original owner of hides Wash and 1.145,000:; ) acres In I 1124 : Illinois. 79SS. Indiana. Sit : 1'1"O..he,1. by a \\oiibg' student one dayIn

men will rocelve: |455 over $1.(1(10.(1011Paul (> is so great that competition with it the vicinity of Yaklma. Wash I Kansas. .1371. Kentucky. 153. Mlch- one of the Western colleges Trv-

apiece. Eraser. Ijindgren Sagle. Cobb brother of the famous will he hopeless, as semi as it can establish !- Long ago It 'Was df'/1dpd'thnt/ the |\1I1an.; 72fi:! : MInnesota 3020; Mis- ing hard to keep ba<-k a smile I the
\ JCllng and others who were with I the "Ty" Cobb of the D -trolt; team, has itself in the leather tanningand Indian reservation must go, the Indian l sOllrl\ GOt:;" ; New York 191. North; asked
wm when it won J II.. championship b"en released by the Memphis Clubon shoe manufacturing industries be absorbed into the civilization j Dakota, :554;:; : Ohio, 344 ; Oklahoma. young man
"last year received iu .uurl of the ho- .account of defective eveslaht. By ownership and control. through of the American continent and the 364.:\ ; Pennsylvania. 190 ; Texas 134 ; "ProfMsor }ou say! >ou are an expert -
- "us. community of interest and by tanning districts set aside for him made avaIlable "'a hlnloton.( 1 19. West Virginia. 19; at solving rldillos. don't you!"
: Belleville. O. lays claim to the distinction Billy (Cranston the fast second baseman contracts the Beef Packera'7ru8t for homes for sturdy Americans.It !. Wisconsin. 3 77'\. and Wyoming 38 'I claim that I am. mv boy""SVeii.

_ _ ,; of having ''' 01:11'1/: baseball of the Methls team. l is. leading I has already become so domin- has been decided that the present I Lands were offered last year In the then can \ on tell me why a
l the Southern League In hitting with Is the time to do this town of Gregory. S. D at not less
year ;
.pitchers who are the equal If not ant In the sole leather tanning business man who hag fen I londnn on a (olnY
Cho superior of twirlers of thl"male 'the swell average of S49. Harry Bay that It 1 Is difficult to locate Independent The readiness of the people of the than $1 an acre, after having beensubject .
many and! ho has. not -.on Lon-
day "
a man a
: sex who now berths", In the fleet outfielder of the Nashville tanneries. More than thirty United States to gamble has led the I to entry at the rate of }2 50
occupy Charnplpns, la second In the list with These don on ,II r"I1y; day are like a han-
>awe of the minor lea ues. Ruth and"Inu tanneries are now said to be under Government to surround Its land an acre for four years previous ,
i ; an average of .327, while Co-ash the Ariribur Swift. Morris control. openings with restrictions.! Kven were suitable for grazing but In s-andwloh"'
>e the of the
are names
: tr B lTiln paiford"phenoma. who have fast outfielder of the Little Ro<,kTravpleMl. Recently reports have been heard with these the proportion of those I manv cases could be made to yield Tlie professor! studied for a longtime

'$d to pitch for one of the crack lRO'j I In third with the swell percent that the Beef Packers were becoming who applied for lands at last year's good!: crops. There Is the word of the venti, ring several.ifhtoh"proneJla.iejjLrDjait.! ari..T.. .
of" .319 I3ayless! of Atlanta is interested In the shoe manufacturing openings to those who obtained them Government for the statement that
._ FlJl _
ndeD.t teams of who
:: 4.p Toledo and the leading run getter having crossed business. It seems clear that the aTrnost "'was'-nfry- vlnto one. There were lands in that loraritrentered Jour .
excellent at his end he aal.l l ,
made records while wlt'! :
playing the pan 28 tiroes. Roy Moran of inevitable result of continuing IH.769 in the first class and it Is years before have not onlv produced ,
with the Euclid Beach Park team of Atlanta and Paul Sentell of Mobile the present policy is to throw the entire estimated that only about 2000 were good': crops but were selling at the "I glvejt up _

tCleveland last year. "Irene tosses are .tied for second honors with .24 leather tanning and shoe manufacturing rewarded with good farm It cost time the, opening was advertised' at "It's .eay." said the 'other, ... ..

them over'with her right hand, while trips to the plate. Paul Sentellof 'business Into the hands of" the applicants, on"a'n"average of "$:0 $20 to. $50 an acrer. i -----"'-"--;- - "Give -It up" repeated the profes.7 t

tier sister 1 is a southpaw Each of the robll4l! and Noah Henllne of Birming' the Beef Trust which has: throughIts ..01'0 y :S.- . ; ', .,,'' :V

glrli I Is able .to go the full nine In- ham are the' leaders In the number ot slaughtering Interests, control of I ";Wh'y' ," -....a.s. the reply, 'one'ia: .i ;(\t;|;

: ,nines, -.nd", both ofUhew .have out'a' frequently hits secured, ,both men havl.ig blnglt'dBaf"I1' the country's'"' hide supply .and candictateprices. . :..JAMES :,J-IIII.1V,, EF.ENIS' ...JAtTEN.5: : seen the mlat and the otherhas'rhlsi'ii";
games toy pounding .
49. tines. Thornton of Mobile s Ingle and a double at opportune Ieth.
l I... the Newspaper publishers" taking a ;
second man with 47 safe hits.
.times.: The girls dre In the regulation deep Interest In thls'matter becausethe Predicts The
baseball skirls and field theirposition gap between Charleston andChattanooga" shoe> men are among their largest > _.-.. the People. what has the sandwich to do wltjiIt

_ _ { like veterans. Is gradually closing up. advertisers, and they realize that If Wnsh.r': frill *"
_ _ That lull outfit may' not be the Seattle. .1 chair- This will leave us bht 20.000.000
; For probably the first. time In the strongest! team In the.8a11y League) the Beef Trust got control of the busl- I man of the Great Northern Board of busliels as a surplus for export, whileIn After the _\onmcter had recovered

"history of baseball a player at Fort but Is guided by baseball I talen't Inferior ness it would no more advertise shoes Directors. discussing the recent wheat the past we" have exported upward from a spell of lau. "iter he chuckled' :

: Worth. T ias. recently made a borne to none in the south then than i.t does sirloin steaks now. corner, said of 120,000,000:! bushels per, annum. "Oh. that's what you bite on "_
run on a strike out. Tbe man who "It is a mistake to say James A. So one can, see! that we will need all
Prom tn! Orcte.A .
did It was Onslow of Dallas He The Savannah Press says: It has CIUI.'S HURRY COSTS: !< liEU LIFE Patten cornered the wheat our wheat to feed our own people. ----- -

truck at the last ball. It bit the home come to the point where,, some meth. is merely a ease 'of a man taking Within the next five years the wheatof MKRKSentimental : T'ETli..

', plate, bounced up on tbe grand stand! od of disciplining Castro of the Augusta nun In Front of Auto Which Had. advantage; of an opportunity: It has Eastern \Vashingtonwlilbe shipped Ycung 1.1(1)Ah.. Pro

\ and stuck in the gutter. It's there team should be devised. He Started Again at Crossing. been but a few years since it was estimated .eastward to feed the people of Eastern fessor' what woiiM thin old oak say
-is hurting baseball In the South At. that the consumption and Central Western States.
:0 Everybody yelled and Onslow, average
: ; N. Y. Marlon Goerss. if It coitM\ talk ?
fearingth. Fort Worth pitcher and lantic League.Vhen he cannot Lockport. of wheat per annum In this countrywas "And in considering these facts It
nine years old. was killed by an auto- that the Prcfe'sor-1t would say! "I am anlm.
remembered number
start be
1 catcher who got busy with stick" up a small-sized South American six bushels but now the epmPtsargue must

; -, ; would dislodge It, made a record trip revolution on a diamond. It turns! of mobile driven by Hasklns Harry of Hasklns.the Fifth son that: It is seven bushels. The of live stock slaughtered last year ."--Pliegpnde- IMaetter.MAhl.NO .
Supervisor .
out to be a freezing day In July. census of 1910 will show that we was 1,000,000 fewer than the year
around the base Tbe game was between Ward here. Chief of Police Smith : I-tlIIl'ttlL'::
have of 90.000,000, previous: When -farmers of Iowa
a population
Dallas and Fort Worth In the There have been more broken bonesIn
placed Hasklna under arrest It Is Often Found In lure Food
Minnesota and Nebraska
which will mean that we will requirefor can get
., Texas Leagu. the South Atlanticthis/ season I
Hasklns was employed as a demonstrator .
our own use 630.000,000 bu helllher..after. sixty-five cents a bushel for Cbrn at -----
The time for the first complete and than ever before. Peartree of Jacksonville for a local automobile firm.: the country station they will not endure The Improper selection of food
,, 'thorough trial of baseball and Huber and Howard of He says the runabout was slowed up
playing by "We raise now probably 650,000- the risk of hog cholera and the drives many a healthy person into
lotrlc light under the system! invented Savannah were the first to suffer. when the girl and four other persons 000 I bushels; of wheat in the United labor Incident to hog raising, but will the depths of despairing Illness. Indeed -

-: by Mr. George F. Cahill is rap- Now Johnnie Da'mmert of Columbus started to cross the street in front of States with good crop conditions. sell all their grain." most sickness from
: 1411 approaching. Tbe ..system which Is out of the game for the season beCause It. The party on foot also came to a comes
will have such a revolutionary effect of a broken leg. and Pitcher standstill and Haskins sent the auto- wrong food: and Just so surely aa

. Upon our national game If successsful, McLeod. also of the Ble-ctrlcs. Is laid mobile abead. Just as he did so the HELL SOLVES PROBLEMS: OF AIR. that Is the case, right food will make

., will be demonstrated for good or up with a snapped ankle. It was a girl darted away from the others and the sunshine once more.
'. the singULar ('".Ihat both of the ran Into the side of the runabout. An old' veteran of Newburypoijt.
Cincinnati ball under the
park Ills Tetrahedral Kite. Will Settle Not Fall, II Shot to
_ _ -' auspices of Chairman Herrmann of Columbus players were hurt on the Mass., says: "In October, 1 was
,% the national commission who has taken same day.. Kiggs. center fielder of LlXCOI.' 'S SOX OVERCOME.At Pieces. taken sick: and went to bed losing 47

: the affair In band with a view to the Colurobus: team. Is also out o'f Philadelphia.-Expresslngtho hope fact that when an accident happen pounds In about 60 day I had doctor -

1ce.plng It within the control of 01- commission with a bad ankle and Unveiling of Father's Statue Has that in the very near future, perhaps to bne of these machines It falls to after doctor, food hurt me and Ii,

i' t tgani.d baseball It succe sfuJ. knee.A to lie Helped From Platform. some time this summer he will have the earth with extreme rapidity, endangering bad to live almost entirely on magnesia -.

; "t That boxing contests such are beld shake-up has taken place on the Louisville Ky.-Robert Todd Lincoln perfected a flying machine that will the life of the aviator. On and soda All solid food distressed
of the air in account of their lack of stability( In
revolutionize navigation
,A t>*fore the Southern Athletic l .Club of Charleston baseball team. Jack :Mi'lUn. sixty-six years old president me so that water would runr
the air the safety of the aviator depends -
Car Companywas at least two Important particulars.Dr. ,
left fielder has been the Pullman Sleeping
? .flavannab are lawful and not In vloV released. almost entirely his skill. out of my mouth In little streams.
the Alexander Graham Dell Inventor upon
the heat at
Pitcher so overcome by
? ". Nation of the Georgia statutes barringjitprtsV Hilly May laid off. Right "The tetrahedral kite is perfectly "I had terrible night sweats and
Fielder close of 'the ceremonies attendant up- of the telephone detailed to the .....
F :\.\ fights was the decision handed, .lofar.ball Indefinitely suspended tbe unveilIng of the statue of his American Philosophical Society the stable In the air, as has, been demonstrated my doctor really said I had con.umpT
j.3wtnnah In the trlaj" of Pete (Young) reinstated. essary to help him to a carriage. that are to come. an accident It will descend to the gave up all hope. We were at Old'Orchard

4 iTvtn.s. charged with Involuntarily Charleston Is anxious for the Chattanooga .. He had traveled from Chicago to In his effort to evolve a perfect ma- earth 'gently and smoothly as a bird Me., at that time and twits -
:,-f'; ) flUng: James (Greek Jimmie Ryan) fans to visit their city. In be present at the services, and had chine Professor Bell will leave the would. It could, even be broken In saw Grape-Nut. In my

1 Kaorlasos in a boxing contest held addition to their city. Wilson\ :Mathews planned to make his first sit to the aerodrome type of machine and place half and still reach the earth In safe- there. She a grocery
)Len last week. The distinction between and his Sea Gulls, they offer the Lincoln Farm. Abraham Lincoln's his dependence what he has denominated ty. In times of war this would be an bought" some and persuaded -
r tx>rlng contests and prize: : I Isle! of Palms an an added attraction. blrt place. the tetrahedral kite a Invaluable attribute as the kite me to try It '

flttfcCi was clearly brought out in the The boy rooters In Jacksonville are kite which has the form of a huge would be able to stand any amount of "I bad no faith\ In It, but took It to

) trial and! the recorder decided the certainly Working overtime. They Farmer Kills Neighbor.Morris / triangle and is composed of many shelling." please her To my surprise it did not

: .rents pulled off here are "strictly. take cow bells to the games and keepun a wealthy Clyde. small cells. It is these two things that will be distress me, as all other food had

oilng contests. such a racket that the rall.. of N. Y farmer Donavaj was killed by hisfrIend VAH of the machines now in use" the subject of the experiments thissummer. done, and before I bad taken Ihe fifth

/ Atlanta has already begun laying the umpire cannot be heard. Some of and neighbor Beckwlth Trem- the inventor said "even that of the Professor Bell has been package: I was' well on the mend. Tba

.... :phus for the acquisition of tbe 1910 I the lady patrons of the game have objected per. Treaiper, Donavan and Fred Wrights. who lead the world lack In stability flying conducting bouse In Braddock.his work Nova at his Scotia summer, a pains left my head, my mind became
1 tournament of the Southern Golf As- \ lo their Invasion of the grand Hart an employe of Donavan's. spent machine construction clearer and I gained weight rapidly.
-' In the air. That Is one fault. Another -. small town on the shore of Lake Brasd'Qr
: ooiatIon.I stand with these noiaemakeraChange the night in Tremper-'s barn whero "I went back to _
N. T, my work again
and more dangerous flaw is the and In Hammondsport,
', ,i-Tbe New York .-court of appeals !: are, coming >n 'thick and much hard cider was consumed. and now after six weeks' use of the
'down cfoclalon which. In ef- fnot on the Columbus l tt .
I and d a anentt) t 10. "i food I better
1 Chicago Roads Order Special Carsto am and stronger than
to DealingsWith
Steel Trust Drop
J ',' Ca t. holds that dispensing of adVance which is heading straight to the bottom RoosvTelt's. Nurse Dead. ever before In life.
Cemeteries. my
nun to Grape-Nat
racing Information ,x>n the of the clime :Manning had been Mrs. Dora Watkins ninety-two Unions Altogether. .
I surely saved
Brlgtiton Beach tradk lastJuly was given hU release and some more are Theodore Roosevelt's babyhood nurse i Pittsbure.Notices were posted at lIlcago.-Plans for tu'neral'cars my life and made me a

pot a'''Violation of tile anil-race I track 1 lo follow an" .noon an. men can be se-! was burled In New York City. the various -plants of the American for the surface lines were sent to the strong, hearty man, 15 pounds heavier -
.ambling: law. rured to fill tlieir places. 'Sheet and Tin Plate Company that on officers of the Chicago City Railway than before I was-taken sick.
'. and after June 30-the company will\ Company by Dion J. Arnold, chief "Both my good wife and I are willing
; King' James, owned '!>y S. C. HllI Harry Meek of the Chattanno-a French Art Critic Dead. -
of the Metropolitan Club Is one of I the best French' refuse to deal with Amalgamated traction engineer. Haste In gettingthe H make affidavit to the truth of
,.dretfc.. winner bowlers In Francois Emile Michel.
Association of Iron, Steel Sheet and cars has been precipitated by this."
I.-- _DdlcaP. '!woitJkhe Brooklyn handicap. the south For m-veral years he has artist and art critic. died In Parl Tin Plate Workers. The company is carriage drivers' strike. The first
on mile and a Quarter In the good owned a mom complete net of alleysIn He was born ln 1828.BaJIId''a.ter the last'of the subsidiaries of the test on the surface"lines Is to be madeon "The Road to Wellvllle' la
of 2:04. Tbe time made by Birmingham. Donilnick Mullane'y.manager Pkga. "There's a Reason"
If -tin : United States Steel Corporation to the Calumet and South Chicago
; Klnr James was a new record for the !: of the Jacksonville Club, Is ; a Suicide deal with union labor, and it is asserted Railway. now operated by the City Ever read the above letter A new

t*' Brooklyn baDdlcap.\KlnK; James was also proprietor of a set of alleys In George Essigke leader of the West that the corporation has now Railway. They are already! used by oo. appears fro;>m time to time. They

_pteD4Idly ridden by Eddie Dugan. his town Point military academy band committed decided, to drop dealing with tbe I the Metropolitan West Side Elevated are genuine true, and full .of bu_

L'f: suicide.\ : union altogether, "j' Railway. interest.

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MEWS ?NOTES.\ List of. 'New- Laws Signed ..i irs of Bombay.. ,
I By Governor Qllchrist. The nuisance causedby beggars in IHEUMATISMtaeei

\ Advices from New 'YorK) ai thai Tallahassee e .....a....Oovernor Qil" Bcti..ttes assumed unbearable, proportions. \

*. Florida cantaloupes now .arriving; i Christ baa signed the following bills: The orientals practice '- ,
(, 4 "fttiere:tlBual are thua/learly of. much In finer'the quality than I I An act relating to the killing of alI ttta rfjjyloj! I s ebUtaton| nj-Tf-. --.G Well '
season. I
Ii. : fr.I. :. demand is good and -falr."prl.ce.' are l iIgatorsjn ::tbe: Ocklawaha..j'Lvec:. and. )h.viijjeTtt.*here r: theyjBncl ItT;: R.-.

., '*' /bring obtained for them. -I allowing alligators to be killed.: iciul from Keblt and Marabal .never
I .An act ,to amend section8 Chapter fall to t
tcQMli tj chord
: ; iiyijrmost;
l. ,: IR The getting Florida into State.action Baseball with 'league One I '5,813, Laws o{ Florfda entitled S of the natives with th lr InnaU* r.rerence '. If you are sic JTQU wish to get ,well, dont! you t

* bunch of placers, many of whom a wtll I I I town"An. act of to enable; the council of the for spiritualism= .and"\hfakir Of course you do. 0 wish to be rid of the pain and
Kl llmm to .
undoubtedly develop for place with I j vlde-for asseBBTJieiir e. Florida: of the pro- back. up (kit appeal l {or alma with. misery, and behappya "- -
properfy ,
. the major J leagues later In their ca profusa quotation from the- poetL
In aaldOW.r
I for towd purposes If your illpess is causechbY female trouble, you
reer. Then: there
; are lay beggars and religious
' l and to levy. aDd collect taxes there
The Florida: soldier bo)-*, who ares ; l upon. S.An be(tars,'.h (besmeared ascetics can qUICk} get the right remedy: to getvelL It'sCardui.

1 soon to go Into catnp on' the Black l act to'mend'sectlona 18 and 26 ..-who practice f :a. a thisgreat medicine, fo women, has relieved -

t.'I-. Point grounds i 'willAnd it runner' j of acreptftled ""An--tlct- Incor' hereditary ''profession. Last .and not I wot evkry chfwnle '''.....tle to threw or''cured thousands of like
a.11! 'sail 'tlXfmnTi all llBlmeot aU ladiesTNauiferiDg
difficult problem this time to 'be absent I poral- _*he town" of Fort Myers and to least ar., the vofortuaate sufferer's' "ra. an*'JiV* MDKVQNA KSBOflrlaf -

t;', from 'rump without, leave /hup' l define its territorial boundaries "and whom the loss of IIm'btt"Or eyes or TIS M. aKM>0T a trial K* natter wkalyear you from some female troub1.. _
a are only two waa of getting: away to provide for it 1urtaic11on.DoWr5 doetor m7 **y. Be Butler what -
some 1 ss<eadeem .. ., .
-g ,.- -<*- .t -
i:; 'rrom. cami>-one b- Way of the bridge:, and pilvllt'ges; and 'to abolish the drives th 'r.judlo.4 /e aaajr be against all atjter.llwd -
.! which will be strongly guarded arid present municipal government \bf the i last resource These have girt ancTiret a bottle of tbe IHaTOilA.
the other to swim the St. Johns The latter a
town of Fort M and to appealcbaple'r (
> ers tiltS HEfilfDT: It It tails t.e. vtartioa.I -
; j'. boys will undoubtedly' be there thin 5,318 (213)) chapter 5,496. genuine claim on our charity, but as win refanil. j-onr nouv-U
\ I.r- time when duty rails Laws of Florida approved May 19, there are 10 few, asylum in India Bememoer this renedr; oataraa at* sal*
IrTlle arid, ne optooa cocaine morphia or TT
t The statewide movement for good 1905.! for the halt, the maim and the//'bUnd other hanaral I* pat op npdw

;\ .', roads has, reached down Into Manatee An act toeglIze) ; and confirm the the atfeetiaDd, byways of .towns are the Act.guarantee. ot uPo... Feo4 sadJoe Drat

:: v The town of Manatee has Issued 81 13.. Ir'ol'poratioD; of the town of Webster. flooded with beggars, pitiful types of *aW hr an drocrlata. Prtoa 9Be.

,;3 DOO of bonds for street Improvement In Sumpter county Florida and to uttering .humanity.-Rash -
, which have been/ sold to northern declare the same a regularly Incorporated For Women's'Illslfrs. :

banners' and now the county com town. l". Ttttarln for C caema. S&CURE A FREE

'.. mlnsloners. are election' An, act to amend sections 18 and '25" "Have been troubled with eczema on
& advertising an '
-.. . Dannie Ellis Foster Ark. iu1ered'&goD" for Ktrenyean.
:: the fa.e for neil, -... ,
> o )\earii and a fewooplliatloni
10 be held 'June 22 to decide whether and 10 repeal sections 17 and 27 of '' COHAGE BUILDING LOTAT '
of Tvttrln
fend the UM of Read her letter about Cardui. She writes "I' sick
wits for
(Ibe county shall be bonded for $2.10' chapter 508-8 Laws of Florida and" to Trttrrlna Soap baa "M lured roe I :

\. 000 for the purpose of building/ hard. declare Ihe same a regularly incorporated rannot has dons-more say too much for Its pralae., .." It MERIWETHER WHITE seven years with female trouble. Every month I would very nearly
than '.! -' .
mv ph> Ian IJ 1<1
\ surfaced roadways throughout the town' Mrs. S 1, A. H... I..*. SULPHUR SPRINGS. 'die with my head and back. I took 12 bottles of Cardui and waacured. ci
An tharTiTrpclal
county, act providing road 1\I'rlrlsl. M......

::: Governor lk rh.t has appointed districts ruBY be established.- In Levy Worm Tetterlne,. Ground1t411 cures Rcxema. Ilehlns T<*Pile II.I*.. ilnit-In, The Queen of Georgia Rojaorta. Cardui is .a! suffering.l women._ Try !it. SAT

: Messrs Francis P Heroins; Jr. .if county, provJdlnt'oi special l road fant. Sore Head Pimp)**. Boll, 'Rouch* The eOiapsfly.b&S;; already: spent seventy -

Jacksonville, P. K. Yonge of Pen*aco.i taxes and the working of the roadsIn gores.Sraly rntrhel OandtnlT on. Ciinkvrecl the F.rr. Old ,ItchIng thousand dollars In ALL DRUG STORES. -
BId'apPC'lal flralp Bun-
i !< dlstrlctn.
la and W D. Flnlavson of Old Townto lonn: 'Cnrn. ('hittuIslrp' : and every form of propone. aelllnit a few _b.r.,; of
: be members of the board of control An act providing!; proper lire" pro- Skin. ; fMMpniie Tetterlne: CUe: Tettfrln I *

L WhIch liaR charge of I the stateHInMltutlonn If'ISIQ.JL1j teachers: and students ofpublic Hoap 2reYour drUKKlftI or bv mall from guaranteed 8 per oeot stock To faolll- --- -
( I the manufacturer The 8hut>trne) -Co:;i si51ethey; are glvlnuwlth! sash. ,
for higher; .'dul'allon.II' h schooh*, prescribing the means Savannah, C3b I One vantage of hope Is that It

e for a fouronrH' lei ot, 'beginning; '!!: for such ;pioltctlon 1 and prescribing hare of atoek a cottage building lot National SH! Institute .fpols one Into doing stunts thkt would -

June 28. J901. penalties for not onnlruciinK, Intro' :NOT -NECESSARY- : 60x199 :and the free use of tbe spring I RO undone without' It -

due-Ing and maintaining the means Make application at onoo, they will not ATLANTA GA. .
"Your I
IIeavxprenR shipments of tomato ihiisband only one fault- I II
.- for such pioledion I last Jung, one-half of them
fAn over ( already
I **..ain KOIiiK foiuuril( from I >a\lc. I >"u he Isn't polite to 'WomE'n.' )
- r and the TcMurnR net' forIII'.. proving act and to maintenance iDLOuratie of the unincloKedfsanie eMtHJilinhmenl . '":\'O-J broke\ him of that 'Just as teken Write at once..Meri (

} verv atlHfactor t to the !(row(.!.s. II ( |IJr<.b('I'V i ( K for certain birds' andolliir soon as we' were marrled.-C1e-vf'o wether White Sulphur SHAFTIF'IGPULLCYSUELTS
IH lalmi'il that th('\ will hate a clear
market with l toil lltilc competition! III'| gam, rulnliiR>; to encourage and I the Introduction land t."dpr. Springs Co., I 1Ti'it LOMBARD IRON WORKS. AUGUST. CJL
propagation of
to the mldillo of June Shlprm-ntti' are: the ame, (lit. )protection of buh A cold on the lung do *n'l usually I Room 100 Marion Hotel, Atlanta, Ga. &
I,'.Ing,; made r\'n' <)anhrnil alof\ /gamopieiervcH : emouDt to much. but it invariably preccnlea :
) in id) :aine. arid the lime .in
the Jni<'kKrowirs' juiticijiailiiK: ) : I to nesumonia' and conaumption llam
I omp ' c 11.(I and jircnldliiK. penalties lor viola once will" break, up a cold in a night I WHAT'S
The paHhagp of the I..../KUPII 1 bill III'i 1101,., of this Uf'I. This Institute Treata Dforo>itii of
pit>prlatlnK $ltir..700(. for tip relief *f I I the Limb and Feet'and CHRONIC
An arl Spine,
ptesciibiufc I Were It
; iiunlshment I for not for I the sun shining' on
j. th" public' uihoolfi affc-clid tiIhf. i.npreme UK commrsslon cf mlsdenieanoio JB -1h. riser there would be no radiant' Your Health Worth? DISEASES. Send for literature. TOILET ANTISEPTIC
> court clc rlnlon, last Tall. will lx Iii.i.. I
HiAtehcn I hut olherw-lHt lproi. Id- rlpi>les. Add sunshine to suffering:
4mlncnflsat l ,isfaricu 10 th,* lUucu' pd] h) FtatutcAu .. humanltand watch' the resulting I You start aicknea by mi.lre.tiag nature S ANOTIIERSTAR. '- NOTHING LIKE. IT FOR-.
t liouiilliittnslv or Klmlclii >- ,ii'1vt and it generally show first in the boweli Student of Astronomy have dIps !
a1 I t to I |ivscrih iii. the piiiilt\ >bin<,'ii1: brightness
to 't the t tea< herho ha\c. not v* lor and liver A loc box (week'a treatment, ) > I Paxtme -cele.? deatifno.1ft .> :
l\Jdnapiiln( ) u hild 'under! the JlojIefitl..n ; ro\ red a new star 'professor .
bcFn paid for tin exl R work ,lli." eif ,,('al K .Ui l I" )held for ran Dr. HIU.r. IIki.h..rr X onllAl Never I ol CASCARETS, will help nature help Profe' -.or--What'a she playing la, I RHETEETH cia........ wh.enmc aad
They will do
have done r.'I.Toner. you more-using them the teeth beadel diidinyiat!
I sum .. rhlldretn. Tetnthlair Ilowol Troahlon, I rev ilarty a-. you need them-tban any my bny*-Har>'ar<| Ka-npocyi all of decay and due*** which orAtturf
The "cMiHle jinHKPd tin ("aRh prl' A II act for lice protection nnd! pie "(0. At Druggists 25 1'' and 60o per bottl*. I I medicine on Earth Get % box today; both preparation. cannot do.
mar" bill l 11\ aot" of 20* to t> Amnnii -eiMitioi I ? < t hhh in I the waters of I take 'CASCARBT tonight Better in THE DIXIETELEGRAPH

_ thc Importunt' po\ltlc? In this n 1 I l-llk. couijlvAu The horn\ band of loll has a roodhanrf..hakp ; the, IDOrD Dg. It'. the result that make THE MOUTH Pastineisea'sotli-wmAAmlmanktmnab)
; tire A Sworn ," f'mpnf nf all Jet I to wiJA one take them.caac.aag'rs
>> mmTialftn .un'lid Mellon 2f.0(> ot for fllt'nd. nor doesIt .
every tsi INSTITUTE and throat, punfiei the breath, ad UU th* tem* -
PxpciunH Tmial .1.*> glxcti ''Mac hitiC11ei, al in of ih '
es viale of measure the clasp lo the .
proper bm _'
>oc for a I. which collect ill the mouth' tore thieV
< 'h csiuHclntp i I ito < ai<1)dHip) I tan oontrlhuto Klorula. reLilUiK lo release oJ gar- fashionable height '\>r HmpneBSebe all drurrlau. blUer arllarkiafioai O4.r.. .-_...t.. .flxmra !.. TULKORAPHT t klftrt bed .-h. bed Ixeath, gnppe causing and much ita eTUC .
nnMhln?: of \alur diiilnu, a lilli",', upuu IIl'Jlkallol1| j of defend -- 5 the worldtmtmral. fcoxu a Bwlh. .. dwrtmi .k. __tlo. .f M., ..4 J... Do a
I campaign!: no Ifteuituie HIM Icing to lul' I.. Yjr Peet Sad nnmfEhake I 11..,. ...... tar .. la yo.r locwlltr. *.l.ly4a* .. .4...rtt. EYES whea mflannd. ared lieN
injure < x .. .... w* wtll .tv. ftnp a lr.s..Sot.ale., .-< townMr I and. burn be auUallytekevwd
a cancliilal >an I lie dipiril, >iii' d) An .,u'l \to) authori/e ]I'a> > uief>';. of I Iheluiutnec into your aUoe. Allen. Kool-llae: SACRIFICE; SALE OF _. Urn oftor Copt ut ""rl.. o. ". w* sect may
on primary <.IaOWIII" '" mu-t I p.n d.I<' In the c-i'list im lon of powder. for the feet It makee tight 01' _m. L B. UDD. M..MIt .r. 4b".I1"" 0. and aHengthened byPuma.
new ahoea teat eauy. Cure Lorna. Bone,.., will the '
their own poll taxev tlie ballot < on Ii Jz'i tmiioiId r the I'lIlv' <-lh..y. of and Ke 4and CATARRH Pasties dedrov gec.
hwollen. Hot. fcmwrting Sweating Town
lain. ?KJoi ida PropertyAT s useless to try to drown yourIroubl..R that cause caunh. heal the uv.6aiamaboa .
two Ktiihn attached' hoth* Muli at Lake c It)' In fro win* :Mails Bold by all 1
flllmIH'rI- tc
ballot) In nlxen 1he ,oter and tin' othrr :iI. Mneiul .nlatutcr. of 11J... ftlnte of Address Allen Olmated, LeRoy N. V.The I AT swimmers remedy lor uterine catarrh.:

I IB. dela< lied 1 when I tin> \oiei. d 1 -ioe|' MiMida) I 11 '01111/0/. I" .latui! .d county bent of life II I p I Tb. Atlanta, $nirmlnKh *> Atlantis Parana io a harmleaa) yet powerful
the out
It* f the tmlliit 1 tb*. c'lp I k h-n, *'omrareu ccinvitt-1 iiiUllilud.. d byii.apter WBA to 'get I Georgia. Railroad ,_icide. etSant and desodomer. t

the KtiHiR I"> pre\int. tin "rim,: 71",::i. ac'IB of 19117.! ) o. is. .to cn1et )our Interests .neiwHome Will sell excursion tick..t. at reduced rates Uaed in bathing it dedrejr odon and ]
hallo buHlneRK and civic duties are f To meet our sabacrlptloa on two new forth. following occasion )eare the body aatMcpueUy clean. ,
being irM il 1 A-n act to ,piovide, for I the ,Hclmirihlonnf *" I'
the Three of man's cvistence railway eumlng to our town
BIg every I enterprise I American Aaaorlatlon of Optlolan AU
One of Hie 711(0.1) Important ,.nc tloni graduatuis >If ,llie law' dt'pallrnf'lDI.l1"hl1rlt'red I wltb other factory *nterpri*., w* are offerlug lasts, Oa,June aiat-14lh 1C09Oeorfffa FOnSALC AT DRUGSTORES.SOo.
' tnken b\ I the houne of repi.esenlal!I\CR. uiiiveit'll" lets", and tliaiterul ------ :iOO choice tot elo. ... in. at the low price Kduratloiial Aaanolatlno, Cumberland .

before ailournment WMH I tie |> IHPtivtT5r j l < law schuolB" lo 1'iaiilie' : law in the4su4l4 erTXri'DS! and ORIP.Irlr's of .8S.00 ea.,1i. payable 110 c..>h. balance *l hland.l Oa.. June 33rcl-2Mb. 1909. LARGE SAMPLE FREE I ITH
_, __ >*Ui th. ...iaarJa4
4 monthly T atat **e(
- - --- --- -- - -- -- gr 'lt
a niu aiiinntt/liic Itfl 114': rIP? <>(comp --H ( yumits--'Is. --The beat tv(7reu. : Ibrt'I.'t C-.entfoo; PAXTON TOILET 00.. BOSTON;MASCTt -
An acr to .,,. the aching and ferarlnhneaiiXMireathe offered la Itoal Elrtat. as eur town han > National Portland
troller to -enato the countleH ofS ,, prevent the wanton or Cold an*irmtorM normal cundlUona. It'* ac'y' 2,ooa peeple. now, ..4 with oonvlQt Ore.. Jane iStb-July nd. 1809.
Dade St' Uncle: Lee DeSoto :ami olh. .UILIece5afydestruction' of .food flsh. 1Icju1d-.sota Immediately. lOc., tie. 'maA I labor drWeailect of our' tawa, a *M.CXK i' lodependrnt Order of OddTellow, Beat-
) ....s moneys collected by a special An ,act ,for the relief of R X. Kelly. ec_, M"- .ter.s.. Baptist (Opllee. lllploted.-two more' rail- tie; Waah September 2oth-ltlb.! 1M .
i. drainage' )av ttir..uh" an net of the An :act to amend section :2,76V o(, J .. war beaded th1 way irlth several' factory 1 here are other oeeulon for which reduced -
"Ij'lature of vycra.( The" hill p.ilhei'P1igthe ''h. lie' Konerulmatute of (h6 mate -of The fpoTlsh main sneers" at the good enterprloe/efennot help doubling 0111 J ra.... *itl be &nDOIIDoe For further ?
", Floilda prov'fdlng' for the issuance and the VpRtitlful Ring off, brother, population' another year. Information aptly to ticket agent or om- Food
Imposition ,ofa; general drain- C"nicIsmia'no Tblf I* k *aaa{ write ,alok, as they esa-'I muoleatofrith . W. U. LEAHY. Ti
:\ tire" ','..I.RX811' passed hi( *J90V:. Each: ourllncates' insurance 4om'Janles.' Ionger-in style: ,De. not last loa". No delaya. No waiting. : You "''Qeneral raaaearer Agrt,, Atlanta Oa.
-acre 'wa*' a..PIIIIPdflvl"" tents and :&nd to provide; their, perquisites. .vc1opycBn'bump' : : of appreclatloBV.IT get deed. the day payment are eompl t4. A r-. vX v H, Products.Mover .
; nearly -' An act to require tax assessors to I I The wor1.r. wool record Is .held by
$5000 collected In 11107. the' South Georgia Land & Industrial Co.
'legislature/ paKRPtl u bill anthorl/lni! furnish to the hoards of juibllc, In- CURIO 125-YEAR CASE.OF ECZEMA Spain export at least 3000.000 ,
*.. .W-... Oa. Vary in
lit lruction of theli\ i i
the refiimllmt: to the lax collector) rexpectlie. counties worth of olive oil a year and In years i! '
of the roiintles I si lint show. lag total, amount of special Danville., IP., twice that amouDt.I( I
wherein the !la".1! "K There not so :much difference between of large crop Quqllty or Tmto
raeRpd of thc monexs rollortccl' I dist rli-t t 1. ace askt-Bved in the neveralsjicc I haw ..a an aggravated ca.e of Bmema the bKgar and the rich man.

"ttla hrl. waptopfl! tic 1 ial school dial rk-ts for The f.r HII.AD.aCHE-HI..C.a.W1D.JII.: because the
universal 1
fl'I over t/I". vear*. My baad! 'An I
Uroward The has I act to iiovfde the ciuititiriation Whether" from Cold.. H.a, stomach or I
imone ( I bthe. JueUc' un",<< bUy -a greet part of that long period. I HO many prosperous fellows speak Nerroi Trouble Capudln will relieve roe. I' care is taken by'
granting/ the
[In> the ciiKtocYVvOf the ennmliollt, tin I : Order tost.IJ I have should lewl the two quite naturally I It a llquld-gIeasat to 1.11IUD..u. 1 *
past pE'\pral'' *'iq-i.. and bv the Mil I rnal. ) extHlbelonKlng to Infants Dead fiO-oeot bottle amid one For money tsjSonburut&. .u>lTrr I It. Me. Kc. and BOO. U drag I Ohofm to select

; S rasped I Ihe comntrMJer( ,,'fII' return '0''I 4" a UUc of a bill which ILu. governor jar of jlaewtook'o Sulphur Compound
the tax collectors t,f wich of the (conn' I declinml to sign/: tiag to the i f.<1; that a bill with the of baaiila Who dons not know the af ..... and these in
M*n Interested' the amoItn-I ,. i !identical paIr My eae he been eavb an misery "Do you think: you could manage put up .

, The monewill Then be rV the Individual following: memorials ,,,nd con- certain it will cure if they i I condition of the skIn Lon"Ut worth a great
enjone pemetin
, tan paera. \ curiwn.t jteaolutlonB have bcwn filed llaaoook' deal to know that Dr. MUdaell'i Eye Salve I ling*" he asked arter she bad sail every time. You are
name :
Sulphur '
; CompoBaid
-I The leKlnlature! lias rout tbe takiayp with the Bnci>ftary of stale; to. Anectiona BuTLER a ceoMmg applied to them> upon retiring will effect a yea thus assured uniform'
en of the, state $8 .ooa. A iuejuorlttl to the couftre of the Cure & i complete care before morning On sale I 'HI trv. Lac4" replied sne. "tout

No act of the Gllcbrlsl ftdmlnleitrai 'oiLed States ,requesting an ajtproprluttou .ra.. and all ordinary chin everywhere. Price DA cent, or by mall, whet will you do*"-UnrveraaHstLeader : goodness, and this is .
trouble.. the akin soft and improve Ball & Buclud New York
lion has befn f., : City. the
I more xeneiallv atprovoII <.v.aItovrnml'ul building In reason that the use
Ml by press" and public than the decls the ck > uf Pulatka tha ttxmvtatioji. Yoor drucgict oell I ,

" Ion to make public the, proceedings Hlit P of .Florida county cf Putnnni -- it, '''nt. Uaoe Liquid Sulphur OQ.. |i AMBITIOUS. Roafti on ...., beatable. erlm inliiawM.UoatB .. of Libby's! gives such -

i at the state )pardon Itoard A com A memorial to the congress/ of the Baltimore. Ui.. im booklet. "Ha. the son yon' sent away to. college en Ben Lice, Neat Powder, !SSo. general satisfaction to (
'I J.. pletey report of all the applications United -StatW( nraueBting action >to se- The man at, poise' has no fears or got bJ .!'decree' yet?" Bough on Bedbugs, Powdec L4q'd,25Q.Rotaib every housewife.

i; : made\, canes heard and decisions rendered cure reognitlow/ (the four hundredth no high attritions. Me may be lle "I should say ex>. Wjiy be wrote OS FUM, Powder or Lio&d: KKXRoufh : '

"4 Is now furnished' to the press' annlTersary ot vJandlng" of Pane perfect .man. .tad. lie does not stir as fdat last week the faculty bR4
Immediately aver the' close of each de Leon In America nv 1513 to enthusiasm. him in and given biro the third .sf"- R.ouigb oa Moth and Ante' Powder, Me. \ Try these "' 7 ANNiu j

." _son oT the board A concurrent feBolulfbtr. providing rree. Thext ov'a Boo fa on Skeetera, agreeable In ass, 860. I I .
Red Weak
i f |' Governor Gllchrlst approved the' for a committee of I threex-dne from WW.tft')' EieeRelieved | .delphla' Public I>eclt alr1MtAoua.-l'tIu"l E. 8. Wella, Chemiat. Jereey Qty N. J. I Dried Bo*fMmxloma J I m1
the try Mawtn Eye' _
i Rf-neral appropriation bill the leplsla' : spnate and two from the\jouse.| ---- -- -
I; live hill to confer and Compounded nr Experienced Phrncaan. We know .many so-called stern.look. j Tan'al-.
.S expenne and the bills making net w'th! the seerlary Contono to Pure Food and Drug Law.. BCRDEN8 LIFTED PROM BENT inn men who are stern and .-exacting '
of slate In 1 C
approprlatloTiH for the state reform expending all approprhviiuim Mann Doem't SaMrt -
( i ,--- -- ... ; Sootb..iti. PauIt > BACKS. with everybody but themselves' i han.Loaf
school at Mailanna fl(4jtJUT repairing" ana retlttloc .... .
-- -- --
Approximately four hundred Mils the capital) -- -building.- and grounds! brought the to!Ideals a fellow has would be. A bad hack Is a heavy handicap to BABY'S SKIN ROUGH AS BARK. QMS Don Owi. I \
-- - -- -- mix healthily with the material
hadJpd on the calendars, of (,8'h.r' Money Appropriated for CampSite no one would lose by it, that's those of us who work every day Nine I
houxe Thl pelalillHh. a new tec'cirri p Baby Iloy Had Intense itching( Humor VtontutEvporsttmtl Sausag'
- at Black certain r.. times out of ten it is .
In thin direction. Point. .1 I Srralched Till Blood Hai -
Tallahassee ?1crfdue to sick kidneys Pound Cure In Cutlcnra. I '
Fla.-Upon a
A bill vesting the recommen A. A..bll.. Male
state board
: of Bay
; Q/lealth with the power to take' chaiseof dation, of the legislative committee Don't buy an Inferior: one; get the beat ata I :f;aa I The only' way to flnd I I "Our ton, two years, old, was afflicted

i glanders and Infection diseases. of: that recently visited all stale '1II tllu- reeeonable prloe Write Ts"... Cap. relief is to cure the with a rab After be suffered with the I '

animals was parsed by the senate! tions Including the elate arsenal 'at 113 Central Avenue, Atlanta Oa. for lull\ p kidneys. Doane Kidney I trouble several]] week. I took him to the p For 1 luncheon.

The recent epidemic 9t. Augustine, and the pe.manent particulars. I Plll have given doctor, but it lot worae Tbe rash ran to- I
('f glanders In
campsite at Pluck ----- I getber and made large bliaten Tb little spreads ,or everyday
tbe Cook stalrles In Jacksonville: I it. Point, Ihe leglsla- British S.If-Pe..ssIous. | sound strong backs I -
I fellow didn't want to do anything but
said to have been responnlblt for the for lute appropriated the Ihe sum af tlOOOO Not long ago ayoung couple entered ,._ to thousands of men I scratch and we bad to wrap lea hand up meals, they are just the
proper equipment .
of the '
passage of I the bill and Mrs.
and' to keep him from tearing the fleah open
grouds for the railway carriage at Sheffield thing.
The reception of the Jroopi I -c James Cooper, 118 till the blood would run The itching wa.
governor appointed .T. n Fer during the were Immediately 'Put down .. a brld -
rell. of Sneads Fia to be supervisor encampment, which I . W. Germain St, I Intense The akin on hi* back became bard Keep a ..p" Ii
sum was little less than al pair But they were remaTk.ably -
of state convicts half of what _ _ _ Winchester Va, I and rough like the bark on a tree. H. ply in the hou...
Is needed to accomplish all the eon- .elt-P)1l! eRled. and behaved with say.bad such terrible <. intensely for about three. month. You never. can
One of the last acts of the house tE'Dlplalt improvements by the" state, such sangfroid that the other paasen' I palmthrough I But I found remedy in Cuticurm Soep and tell when tHy

was to Indefinitely postpone after an armory board which has charge of fera; began to doubt If their first my back and kidney. that I Cuticura Ointment. The result was" almost will cone In handy

hours argument t the H>'num hill the Rite aurmlse wts correct after' all. i could not turn over In bed. I W81threat.ned I magical That was more than two year Ashier S

which sought to require a tax of $1 It wan slated that the recommendation with Bright'. disease and ago and there baa not been the; aligbtewtymptom f/ *U'. sad be
As the train moved out, however I
of each drinker of Intoxicants\ In the and the report of the legists at the worst stage began taking of it since, he, wa* cured J. '\'. .ur. you

slate of Florida. The author explan live committee and the passage of the young man rose to remove bis Doan's Kidney Pills Tbey cured"my ,I I Laock., Yukon, O1I1&., Aug. 28 and Mpt.Ii. ,

fit! that his purpose, wax not to retrlct the special act appropriating Ibe sum overcoat: and shower of rice, fell : trouble, and doctors who have since UI)8"( Poyjr\ Drug 4 Cbem, Corp.. Sole

drinking but to increase revenues mentioned came too late to be Included out, while the passengers amlled examined me say my kidneys are allright. I IVop. of Cuticur Remediea. Booton. Me*.. LIWar"Y'

In the broadly.But -
general appropriation bill .
/ 'In th-8J.a oDle section of tbe NewYork '
--'---- even that did not affect the, Bold all I Y'.,
The Irish by dealers 50 ,
potato Industry has taken' Government cents a box. City public library there: are 8.627 .- .
hold Survey ofTampa youth who aJso smiled and. turning I ..
of the Perdldo bay country aid Foater-Mllburn Co., Buffalo. Y / volumes and a very large '

l: .. It Is proving quite a success In that By Harbor, .to his partner. remarked audibly : Greed and I of the Russian readers proport.Lon select ,::r Thom
weeds that ,
. western' wing productive Florida Tampa. FIa.-Geneial J.V Sack- '.Bove. May! I've stolen tbs I envy are : D'sEyeWater (; :
ell of the United States engineering' I must! be cast out or they will choke 'books on social and .governmental ,
Eleven hundred barrels from bridegroom's .o1'l'rcoatTaUer! ,
were" carried to Pejisacola the one other department arrived here with the I h. higher. usefulnesa- subjects' (At2409)i,-
welcome IntormD' lon to Tampa that -S
day for shlpmenf and
many more are' the
to follow dt'partmcnt.bas ordered n complete

Th. town of Harlow, In Polk county with a suixey view of to extending the Tampa the harbor deepwater ,
will give a barbecue June 25. to channel of twenty-four feet all You Look Old
which the everybody will be Invited to inspect the way to the city's water' front, In -

elegant new court house. (continuation of that depth of channel

1 The "alligator pear" Is neither an which comes as far as Port Tampa

alligator nor a pear; The The work'of
I bas nothing ,tb do 'with grapes.grapefruit, once. survey will begin at U4> f ttoe ugly. gr-LllV.* r.y t>*lr.. Ue LA OPEOL$" MAIM KKSTOMKH. Priot. $IX>O.. -

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.r: Die KissimmeuWlley 'Gazette iI i'- PEOPLE-WILL TALK ] e. --rQ --" Q n1't' nn"ttn'mntt'nt"nn"tn"n""n"nnttn'nmft"j' ' #" 'i

t m .jr- i t "
I = You may Tt through the world but !! .
Lc b PUBLISHED VERY FRIDAY; .'twi 11 .be very slow I i "

Office it\ Va.l1ey'al.ette. Build.I gb If you ga listen; ...josh i"..* l that In,"said,as f ''you, G 49, :, ., - ..1 Se'aso.n bl e ,1

i iYt.U. \ "'
a KlbSlIIMEE, O3CEOI.A COUNTY: You'll. be worried and retted, and .

'r, For*--kept'in'mcudesonie; stew.tongues'tit. rfust, tare1; ",;" '- 4t :,. .J'1... -. ,.==. ..............__......................... ..\.............. ..............-...._. ...........................\' ==
Kdljor8UB8CHJPT1ON' ,",
r HARRIS something to Oo- :::: '-
= ADd) people'will, tttlk.It I == "; '"

0-.00.. '. I.RATES.., :' .a 00' u quiet and 'modest you'll have it i : .. MI G.

Otwaolqdxmonth.year .- l ...... .;'..-"lip presumed : SpringGoods I ... : ods-'Hj w

' eominonlcatfotm..... ...o..l>t from- our'.utho. That you!' !humble position la only I .... .
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e?d corn..l>ondenKeirt ....rowl be.UlHid by the writer..' ,UII UtDtilJ.,. ' ........ .-- . . . ..... . ............. ..' .
'' -i matter. will not be returned unluea L OU'10 a \wolf ID aheed'e clothing, or ." = ................ .............. .a, == .
I .-I1 d tat. ------ : eisii you're a fool l;; -.' '....... -- r ; \..
--fintmd- .t the Pwit<|rTl"" In KfawlmniM. Fla., tau i Jtutdou'i! net excited-keep perfectly "- == AT =i.."
oond-cliui. *.mftll ..'...r. .cool t; > 0 t; =:: ,
c. .,For people will. .talk.. .

jritlay,".lulls 11. UmJ. ---, -Jthe.u- -- .-lI''vul1---- show the- 'l-ll-ast- bold- ,,S T" I LOW: -: PRJCES |

ne.s ol I heart, r' '_ I. .

OSfeola COUI\ty'sTax: list.: Or a slight own: )juii inclination'II t, tt7r take. 55"jouf- o 0 ............ .' . 1'

has found innumerable will cull l! f ::::: ; ,
; The Vlllleaz..tte They you an upll.1art.'CoD- '
things tor which tq(; HpplaudKsimme celled .and vain, $t; ARRIVING DAILY f; :-:::: "
But keep straight ahe'cJ-don't stop
i <- city and.) Oscoola cuuniv. I' 3
i'to t
arV: i U thefact .t.1KATZ'S . .
but none more worthy than people will\ talk.If .
that there are fewer; delinquent ATI == FREEZERS, HAMMOCKS, MOSQUITO ;:::: '

tax pin,ens in thi"'f'lnl than' In any threndhare.] our diess and old-. I -' | I g NETS, WATER :COOLERS, .

other If we 1".hlOlI. your hat- .
couij KtiaJriJtt Sxiiiieunfwill surely take notice of == 'REFRI RATORS ETC. ';,.'
i judge hy the length tif the lax lists. ub* Hat I 1 1 '. : =.-=

running in the diffeient, hiato )papers And l Ij'iul rather. strung that you can't, I -
Thera ln e only /lifi>-foiir ;iH-raons,inCludtog' pay' \UU11)'; '

/ '\- \ !." owning piopertjIn Hilt dun't get exc; ull11I.t 'er they I _
have riot; void their *..>- 49 49 :
this county who -I'
taxes_ for tlm year 1UOH' which i I.. con- 1'or .people) will talk.If . ....................... ..... G It
elusive evidence' that. property In. ro is, your dress 1 is in fashion don't : 0 ORYESM

considered exceedingly valuable and Hink) to escape, o 0 ...... .
ownl'l'lIl1run in.--ftH--t'<"U"-"f-]1"..l"ir_ 1or1h )--c.ntlc1"tAll J1..h H different
HII8"Y (-
tliereun -
it by falling lu t put taxes .
...Compared with; oilier) coimtii-s, hhenhundreds UII'le abend, of tour means, or your i, 0 ::::: -- ---; :::::- -

hn "ratted to pay, it is fur Hut mind lailoi l your' unpaid owu business; ., there's .vV VVVVVVVVVVVVVV vvv ivv lil11111111111111111111111111111111111il11l11111111!!!!!!!! lllrli

ther -N hence(! that. business lu (all hues. taught to be made li I 1 ,
Si in this Cfhuiiy 1s in ,a far ttiore. .f people! will talk.Now t 'N.. -S .
L: ( IIHOWN MnmiKi: '
tbroullb porous ,roiuKlion F'I/1T, a thai \H pi'"-,',ailmKliy :; the best wato do Is to do as. 141111111111111144411111111114l11111114111l1111111111/1111" " " " " " " " " " " "! '" "/ '14141111111116r " \'\' 8 iIAaN'el.lCN'' .: -. _-1'I ISPECIAt.TIEM ,
\ou phase
reJerenre lo an article on the Foroiir mind], IfOll ha\e one, ,\:::11theo M :I
front page .'f/ this pyt, .> r it will be seen be .at cane TRACTS BHOWN & jlBRWELL w'INiER US1ESTIMB61t
that there were one hunurvd and eleven of course' you will meet with all sorts. SrMMFI( RF,. )RTS'rwrl
transfriH of real nf estate i fhs his coun- \f atJLI'o.: PIANO FRFIIM : I.ANt'S

ty during the. month of May.. 1111)\1)\ But jml'b think to .stop them-it's. notans.use I : FAV' REAL ESTATE BROKERS aMI'not'Eu I Alt
,, which "UH just three times asrnaby as 1 For people will talk. KISSIMN1E5. FLA.
occurred in the same month of liio\ <, ==. ::::=
and it U the rarest occurrence a tai Exchange I YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITEDIf

deed The is prints recorded of iljotas fiat, of cuurae. T gages oh thlrt, \..the thousand Tickets on Piano with H- I I You Wish to Buy or Sell Come to See Us.
euupJrr of theainegieCorey: steelworks r -
nets very little revenue to this paper, _ _
a thing which many country newspa- haVtf !been Increased. ten percent I -"'------------------ -,--
fl papers look forward. ty a s. a means to It wit >remembered that the E each 25 cent Purchase 3 i iAT I' S

pay oil old debts and buy new material wages of these rr.e employee were reduced -- -- < C A CARSON, Provident. N C. BRYAN, Secretary
but we me more than. willing to ten percent bout three months -- -- T :H E:
I lose along that. line, for twice the sum ago.: which still leaver Uncle Andy' a I -...... -- -
few cenK to the go'nls on what his E --- -- ==
through the per '
many publication panes{ of are Ions realizing delinquent tax pay roll called. for prior UKthe reduc --- --- Ii Waters & Carson Grocery Co. l

; i lists In coming to the Valley gazette tion. ==

1 through and advertising an Increased patroilave_. _subscription-. -- list. New Meat Market. -. FC. W. Dann'swlve C <{i Retail Dealerula.I- IESI.

------- ---- --- I have opened a meat market in con .il G re O
The Pythlaos of Tampa will follow nt'cti.m with rny' grocery store, and
; .
take this method of .soliciting a shareof -
the lead of their brothers Kluhlllllt.eaDd the public patronage. Call up -r

i ereft a home of their own. 'phone 5(> and give me a trial order. 11111l11111il111111111111111111111 l : COUNTY AGENTS FOil <
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- ----" U I) CoLLIER !

Senator Tilliuan, as usual, spoke a -- I II A -. Y I I CRATES
Old fur 1 Celebrated Fertilizers
sale the
llepubllcans papers at Valley -- ---. I I
the ,
parable when he said I
Gazette officeEureka
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in the United States Senate were a .. ring Qrawere Arc GRAIN ETC. :
"bold bawl of buccaneers." Spr Their Or r ae Orovc with. ._ Circular sea Price

r lle< ,,IH&. !'-, burr f.Jliftrnlritlc I U 1.1. AI I ANTf J. to kill) .irn White F1y.'I"u..dtlf end Mlt I $ T' FHralnbed o> ApplUatlo. / ,
I It Is a wonder Russell Suite doe. 't littbtIl.-->'.r"y. can: be lined nlinic, of >mr rxi tn u HKN Tat FK UHF 'IM IIIIM M.' Flltjr renliper -
Pressing v* >1.\1. Fift) "e.t. per tt llon. Fifty gallot n.v< :2.OOU gallol of-.rr r. MadeIn
return to'life, when he sees the way In FluridW. .
which his wldov Is disposing of the J. 5tH"'A..6ft"' CO.. "'uuracturera. ORLANDO' Ftf. : TJRS W00LCoti /.
millions he left her when! he passed out I" CI lUb. ,
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There II 'Cometh\og\ radically wrong '; = io.1t'W11M1N ;
0"c : try; :,-' f.r.o. uoe. .,SP . ;
over In the nnw county of Palm Bt>ach, S "". Vloe-Preeldent.; Secretary : .; '. /
The Governor Is having a hard. ---- -. -- -- -------- -
to find wilhnnto I the
men : accept 8 - --
Repaired. All work I
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;: What a chill must have Ias..ed.over. GUARANTEED.Phone KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. .1 Favorite Fertilizers'

John D. Rockefeller when he discus- -- '

l ered be hail, by mistake, sent ajchet-k I, ;
for $76,273.14 in paymf'nt..f a t\r\ water 149 \

rent hill. ,, ,z
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r Our opinion of the work of the legislature Stomach Trouble.Your Rough and Dressed FERTILIZETMATERIALS

S Is reserved until we can find 8 )
f out what was don! by the members to I

,4 earn that 'Hf>,OJ>0 It cost the taxpayers.' tongue is coated. Pine Lumber.HOUSE I INSECTICIDES i f fI

; 1: for them to assemble in Tallahassee, Your breath is foul -FOR .SALE BY- -I i

P The ne.... Norman O. Hult.on'of Chicago -; Headaches come and go. .i

accepts no }fees for attendance at J.. M. LEE - KISSIMME.E
h births, marriagei, funerals or any These symptoms show tha: BILLS A SPECIALTYBCocooooooooooooooooooocoeooooooooeooooooooooc. .- s :

r; special service. The.' Qrsl thing! the four stomach is the trouble. Trstnore : : AGENT FOR .

reverend gentleman knows t.e.\11\ be the canoe is the first thins ..1r

I put ID the class of "scab" workmen. ftrjd Chamberhun's Stomach am ---'-- -- Sanders, Fertilizer Company Jacksonville Fla. .
I t1M1N-N NN NNMNAVN1 -' "------1t-. .
t \\ e can't exactly make out why uY Tablets will do that. Eas _______-----.,---______ 1
$ France should five a gold.1 medal to (o take and most effectrre. ift <<:! .

San Ff anclsco because the people of I For sale bv all druggists. School Supplies I Ii .
that city bad spirit enough to recover -= I I : ;

o from an earthquake shock, but ,it is j NOTICE W
more than likely astute France knew CURE YOUR KIDNEYS AND TABLETS

what she was dol i i iI .f
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-- To reduce stdck'in order to make room for t
Do .Mot Endanger When KIB- my summer
''j It Is getting to be rather a common Life a
occurrence for grand juries to find indictments trainee Citizen Shows You j! EXAMINATION TABLETS -'. i Y' stock of spring goods we wjll sell our entire lot of Silk at )

r,, against United States Senators , the Cure j! MADE ESPECIALLY FOR !>'

; for false swearing Senator Oliver Why will people continue to suffer I OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL. i I S One-Half Original Price. \
of Pennsylvania is the latest additloo the agonies of kidney complaint, backache ,
r tj'the ranks he bejnv chargedQ urinary! .disorders, lameness,
headaches, languor allow
with maklur false oath to the bullion | selveHtn become chronic; why Invalids when 'I, Will sell Woolen Dress Goods at ACTUAL COST OR ', '

tax returns of mining properties In a certain cure !II offered them?: LESS for the next 50 days ror Cash Only. '
,T S which he is interested. Uoan s Kidney Pills .U. the remedy Kissimmee Drug Company I l !
to use, because It gives I to the kidneysthe r

Y While times may be a little.,lard fort they need to perform their i
some of the newsapers In Florida. and! If you have snv. even one. of the -- ----------- __1t COMPANY !

they find the mODe road abut rocky symptoms of kidney diseases, cure .
:f tb travel, wit desire to inform them yourself now before diabetes dropsy ,
llr t3Yr r3 r3 /r3r 1 ;; r3Yr r'2r3+
01 llrlirlit'n\ dlheii-e a .ir3 A3
In. Read this r
sets r rb
that the In
sky the
Valley Gazette ,
ur Kiss lunure t".tlJllonv: Kissimmee WorksOPPOSITE
ti 4 heavens has a very rosy hue=one !MrH. T. J. H>rd, living in the western ++++ +++.++4.HOUSE +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++*+++++++
hundred and thirteen bona Ode I of Klsv:' .
paid up |pant +mouee. Fla says: "I .
r new subscribers werp\! added to Its subscription suffered from backache and pains hi CHRISTIAN CHUHCH. PAINTING and'PAPER
.' my khheya. The .
: list kidneys were weak,
during the month of May.It . Udder
'k as w us .h"wn'1v. the unnatural oondl- New. Management, with Thorough Experience and UR-to-Date ,
tlou ji vhc B"ut elions, and when. Uonn's Blacksmith, Wheelwright and Horseshoer.All 5 -5 I f. |
Is. pleasant toobserve that prosperity Kidney Pills were brought to rav notice
makes U possible and easy 'for 1 procured u tux from the'Kls- I Graining, Stiplitig and I
immee. Kinds Blacksmith Wheelwright Work 'andjHorseshoeing Kalsomiiiing.I .
i, ,. the KJsilnJmte: Valley Gazette to present Drag Co Used as directed .
they !brouffhi,me relief and Improvedmy a Specialty. I
; Itself to its reaiers in new dress > .

: The bid was attractive, but the new !For couiluion Hale by In all every dealers.way Price 50 WORK GUARANTEED I SIGN PAINTING A SPECIALTY i !
frock will make it more so. The Ga. cents. I'"oster-Mtburn) Co., Buffalo, 1t 1- !
r- ylette bas alwaysbeen ,one of the neatest New York, stile agents for the United ,
Mr most; creditable of Florida States See /Me ana Get YriGes. JACK I f
sod ...
paper BASS
Remember the Solicit Y" r :Trad*
DarnDO&D's-.o.nd O: ; | .
*.-Miami Metropolis. take'no other Will Treat Ythl Rlaltt JOHNSTON. .. ,
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;the Valley Gazette .(hat he DOORSTEP UBULLot1: {

I TELEPHONE NO. 11. l'at last,'a,'Sunday watermelon which from weighed hi.. gar:70 Hetfio'dijrt: Gprch I FOR'THIS MOTHER .

,. ., Ten people feaated'upon thlirnel- ,)Ira. A. O. TuSOD.'of Urermor, Cl.- '
(,: PUBLISHED? EVTERY FRIDAY ) and aftet' 'all had been satisfied I writes: "I picked up from .my door- EAL ESTATE

-BY-r- : was still some of it left. ,. T4OTICESAND: .. INI"OqMATI.QN step one day a little book In which I .mMmM.imm.m.mM MW.

v' W. 'e. 'HA'.ua.; 'R.: M. Evans will' leave short soon became Very much Interested.My .

T a for Tampa to spend a couple of ''The pastor:will preach .at the mornn 'i .' little girl of five': years 'of age had IISU5RANCExamlnatIon .

w, 'O..I IAL.WEATHEA : i: 'I ; t with his parents, after.whtch be "" service next Sunday. Brow .Mitch' been.troubled.: .Xor. a long time with' I II -
REPORT. be engaged in teaching In the nor elll1as for loss of, of Titles
not preached two Sundays: I appetite extreme: nervousness a
Ay.ra..' /or weak..rdlna Tburcday. "school at Gainesville.for six on "account"of absence and visiting and undue fatigue She all -
was run
Jun. 10. 1909': ... .. .. ... ., and wild then go on to Georgia preachers,' and we will. be glad tohear down 'aod In a terr delicate condition. .'
,' ;- I Join Mrs Evans for the remainder nlm agaln.. : "Specialty.
J M.... t MInI' I 'tr'FrkIav the), summer. ;"Tills little bookwas 'yery eomprehenslTely -
., written, and told of the new
1-- ,': lr. L. U Cohoon informs us that On Sunday: night there will be a method Of extracting the medicinal elements Correspondence- Solicited.'

.. .. .. . .. 49 76 '38Saturdal were In error In stating that the union service of all thechurches at of the riod's! liver; from the' oil,
.. 110 fl 1/8 left at this office by him law the Methodist church-and it will be
Sunday. ".. .. .1" III '...7IMofld8 \ were grown on hammock land. conducted by Kev. 'J. J. Thomson, of eliminating the obnoxious oil which 'Iso '
.... -W""e '8\//0.\' says there' is no hammock I land.ip Jacksonville, the' Associate Supt.of ..hard for children to take. \ B'ar'gains'In

Tu-Sa W.dte.da .. $8 e 8 .05Thuraday that wlH produce such pota; the Anti-Saloon League. Music 'Just the thing:said I. for my little
"' ,, ,, III 7t at : i, and that they were grown ou saw will furnished by the combined daughter,' and I Immediately went\\for

with \. liberal application of pot.- choirs of all the churches. a bottle of Vlnol. It helped herd w4in-'

. ; t : rfulljr1aShehas! gained j-apldl ,In all kinds of Rea1 Estate.

... ------- Mr, II: J. Geiger of Apopka son of The Third Quarterly Conference' flesh and .trength, *-n5l she'does_ D t FreaTntLifeInsurance! : ;and|
---- \ late Rev. L. D. Geiger, arrived in was held last Monday morning with a take cold half so easily. -7 Armour's F.ert, 11ze-SRent: -

cltv Tuesday to accept a position In full attendance. It war reported that "I am extremely grateful TofT-he Jng and Collecting Rents a

'I iiI 1e LOCAL: fIELD. i oflice. Mr. Gejger has had I large during the year there had been twelve good It has done her, and I hope ther Speciajty Taxes paid fot '"

: rlence in the printing'and pub- accessions to the church, that there I mothers who have weak, dell e '01' Non-residents.
' ; Inll business, and we feel that the are twenty subscribers to the Florida ailing children will be benefited' my
ley Gazette as well as Its Christian Advocate aril
.patrons that the pas _
---- ----- to be congratulated upon securing tor and presiding elder have' been experience and Juat give VioL R. 0.-- M -EK 4I

35 I services of so valuable an acldi- paid in full to date. Mr>. E. L. Lesley bvROBEnSON'aPEtAriMACY.The : .
Wade. the Tuner.l. Orlando.. ) to- its force. was elected trustee and recording Sold Kissit tee, Fla.: ''I
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ste\\'a.rd. ,
;4 Mew spring goods at H. C. StanfordCo. Messrs. E. F. Frow and J. L. .....--..
pman, of Wamearo, Kansas ar- ,
\ In the city look The W. II. M. S. will meet next i
Friday night to
/ Dwellings for rent.Tiller .. apply to M. the St. Cloud Colony .lands. Wednesday time. at the church at the regular Graystone We L. TRWBUlGE _

I ; I $ gentlemen are bpth old vet-

Kxlra. attractions at the Electric s, and have purchased shares in, KI88IMM e. "FLA. ,
\\Colony. They also represent a On last Friday afternoon the ladies -
Saturday, \ r.of other veteran from their were entertained at their Missionarytea .

) iKioi-H and window screens" made to | n, who will come here to locate I by Mrs 11 M. 1'funn. Duringthe On Lake Toliopekaflga. REAL ESTATE
order at Bal ns's shop. ( the'ir report is a favorable one. afternoon an interesting literary Hunting FishingShooting, -

'Splendid assortment of dress; giogL Ou citizens would do well if they program was enjoyed, those' taking nMhlnll-Gnl'. Teon!s. It'oquo -
_, at-LLk' !Stanford. part. being Mrs. Wlllloughby. Mrs. Cricket Clock (olf. llateball,
.liaiun this for
\ preps.ratlons summer
A. U Jarrell
au&1rsLTfl1e : MTJK
-' .u.p..ShouL1nL- .
i For Sale-A good pair of. mules. a. large number of visitors whtY will Jarrell 1 delighted the ladles- present;; Term: ": J'Jt.riO: trr M 50 per day.I KISSIMMEE'. FLORIDA ;
!MlUKn.Miss the winter ,months' with us. KIs-
J. \V. withan instrumental solo. Mrs.
*15 to *:21 week
e was taed to its fullest. per .
capa- Pfann
assisted In and
was receiving
Cornelia Morrison visiting to\. care for the increased popula- serving by Mrs. :McPhatter. .>I'Io.' A A.>I'Io.' .....; .
; friends in Jacksonville this week.. last season, and with the adver S
,.... To Our Frleris: r..aua..aUL.'
i Mr. M. 1).1'ind i NarcooMeetrans this town has received It is . room and try a meal. at the [ [ ..
I acted business In town Saturday. I to predfct there will be twice the Old papers ca'n"purchased aCthl" note)1. Single meals 5Oc; 21 '
} here the coming winter. office for 20c per 1UO, and there !is nothing meal llokuL <"It!. Itooms $1 |per
In Real Estate Agency.
: Remember the piano I goes sure
better to put Under matting.The = !
'! July; keep 'ourtlckf't8. C.W. DANN. In the tlrst game of the season the tlavll. '
Isslmml'6 ball team held Orlando's corn crop In Usceola county ..
Mrs. Tom Warren of E Tami; I Is, the
L team down to eight runs on the this season will be far I the largest everroducd.
j truest of her sister Mrs. C. W. Grillin. a t Realty bought and sold.
diamond Is the
\Vednf'sdaV.-art.ernooD. > Not only acreage W. THURMAN, '
" Don't forget the Electric Theatre : 1 l'Id secured three scores themselves. greater, but the crop which Is now 4 G Houses rented. Jf :

Tuesdays Thursdays) and' Satcr ays. the 'fact that this l is the I practically made, Is unusually fine. PROPRIETOR. 4 G Taxes paid and Titles ver- lit
bv the home team "'- *
For all kinds of fine repair work on game played It. is a noticeable fact that with each Wed for non-residents. :
3 furniture eugo to liarns'a job shop. ,( .. season one of and the that strongest they were amateur up succeeding year fewer residents of Ki Is- Fire. Life and Accident InJ .

simmee go away for.the summer, those UP-TO-DATE c .
in the state, our boys surance. ;I
!! .
skirls In all
adlfH1 ready-made having tried l the experiment in the .
N htyles and colors at Ii\. f.Stanford l: a very creditable showing. past declaring that the climate Is much I Indemnity Bonds. r '

< NO. ORANUR: OKOVB FOK SAL.E.-Situa. more delightful here than that which IdrUe,Ua.9'........ ...rROGERS' ..,........,.,..,.......

'''; 'kilns :May Mabette, of" *Daytona, is : about three miles from Kissimtnee, they found at the resorts they visited. Sign and House ,.,'
railroad, less than
I the giest of her aunt, Mrs. Clay John one-quarter Mr. T. C. Merton has purchased the
from station and within 400() yards LIVERWOR1 .
son. SMr. >- little cottage next to'Clerk of the CourtA. ,
church and xohool house; thickly TAR AND CANOHALAQUA )
IliVara Moodv, one di Florida's .. community. Grove contains E Donegan's'place, and I Is-making far the complete pure fougiu. Colds, ;
..- most proroWnt cattlemen, was In the ; about 50 large, hearing extensive improvements upon it. Mr. Asthma and bronchltli and :::11\ LnnRooraplainUltending
acres 11
<< > : Merton i Is an old v jeran formerlyfrom Painting to rbnaumptloii I.IT"rwort. Tar aodWild :
city this week : Olle' 'trees and over 400() grapefruit Ohio, bu has ben residing- I hl'rnha.... for agoa raantalned aneMtabllHhfd -
Mr. M.- G. WaKog and Mr. llassett ; also nearly 400 peach trees. rvinlatlon aa a andaxni eoajrh.remody. .;
: Hudson Kla., for the past live years- It coiKalna no onlum or banniuldnin.
c of Lakeland were >q the city on business sell at a bargain For particu- He camehere to jointheOld Soldiers' ..." be Klvwii with mtety to children "
( Monday. : address Box. 283: Klsslmmee, Fiji- Colony at. St. "Cloud, where he expeuU. - trice 11 (10. 1 Hold. only by opeeoia. Pliarihacy. I f 1'.

-I Mr. and Mrs Isaac Nt'trof: Pine- ( Mr. J. B. Speer an experienced to move after the a'lotment of lands is - -

castle, visited the family tffX'. W.Or110 \!- (' of Oakland, has rented a por made. He is highly pleased with this Paper Hanging PlasticoingSaiisfaction Your well
this seek x / of L. H. Ingrain's fine trucking section! and appreciates yery much complexion as -
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-.., ] in the western part of the city the hospitable manner In which the old
: The Board of Tra'de will nieet on will move here and engage In the soldiers are being received bv our clt -- as your temper is rendered
Monday night In the-conncil- chitnlx-r business this fall. Mr. H. Izens. '
at. 7:30: o'clock. \ Gore, of the same place la in town Guaranteed miserable by a disorderedliver.

Tickets on piano will tie given on aiV) Mr. Speer, and If suitable ar For Sale at a Bar aln. By taking Chamber '
can be made will also -
Accounts paid between now and June --- I
1st. C. \V. DANN h"I to thin city and associate him One 7-room residence Patrick'Addition. Iain's Stomach and 1 *
i with.Mr. Speer ID his operations. .Livet
; Horn on Wednesdny morning i June One 7-room residence, Bass Addi ,
the _
While the of
attending meeting Tablets
the l IILh, to Capt. and r11'HI I \ .II>h G. you can improve
this week I!: Commissioner Har lion.One s.,
Canova, a son.Mr.l3' CONTn-'CTOR
6-room reslde Mathews' Ad-
Walker of the district and invigorate
. . : I / Uassinger dltion. both. They cleanse
Newman and family have -
to a representative of the Val
moved Into the Jennings; cottage! in* : Gazette that his health is better One bearing 1 orange grove about 275trees. the stomach and.

; North, 1
"i Mr- Ezra: Stewart, oIl' Shaker ( not be necessary for him to go able These terms cac',be 'had cheap on reason 1 I"S improve the digestion. ,
to Hot'Springs. this summer, as ,
transacting .
Colony spent
had expected to do. Mr. Walker's WATERS for CARSON Gtto. CoWILLIAMS'KlDNErPILL8 ,
l '' business in the clt.V. For'sale by all druggists.
J' '
: friends throughout the .
., 1 "county '", . Millie Improvement In eeril. -
"''R'O *" Buy a Gem Safety Ilazor.-'Handle : : be pleased; to ll'arnbll 'recov -- ' I' $ built take time and moner. W.have '
; been flower and **|tet tile :
for ftl.OO. Guaranteed Improrlnff
and 7 blades t
H.vo 'TO,i neglected your Kidneys Hive rri(or over 50\ yeare. Moreth.n mo. G IP. K.KIBBS
Osceola ITiarmacy ery.Mr by and nfrs. S. D. T. Cosens and you your nervoutt 'olt'm tcoplc are TtorklnB to make Ferry' ,
4'HimtHl troubleuttn ye.kIdiiys Mi.t bliulrler? Seeds cut you. Buy the b..tPeTiY1.For -
Spend your money with us: it costS' came down from Jackson- Have you al"H lu loinM, Rlilf. back. Kroinsxnd aale everywhere. ATTOR 111EV-AT-LAW.
no more and you may get n piano for ille Sunday .night, iwingealled to the bladdiTT, Hive you n flabby amiPAriiiicc. of th"fa"e FCRRrll 1909 IICEO IIINNfJIIIL Office in. the Court House-'Kla-
OKpei-tHlly$ un eyfi frequent FREE on jtfQtitmr.
C. W. DANN. I \V.
nothing. >dsirte of Judge H. Johnston,
": a ,. nrifltif e Williams' Kl I has been for the wM''r.-: : ; -: D.M. FERRY*CO..Detroit;, MMi." simmee. Florida.
Mr. Lee Jarrell returned home last seriously past u--lit Priunili Price I Me. Hold
wf'f>from Oxford Ga., whore he has "I days. M rV. A. 'V l'scott. ac only by Otceou' Pharmacy. With whom will he associated' in the''

i 1 been attending college. them but returned to .lack- SEEDST. trial. of causes' ,the) 'law- firm of
on the inidoigfu train. Mr'osens
Mr. J. E. Ireland of Punta Gordnis I returned home Wednesday The of \fu..pvV"dnw, of
best the good ones.
spending a few days in town lookingover night, but Mrs. Cosens is still with S >t-lanii. ,,

,), our trucking lands.. -. father. All the experiments of the Gover-.- /d. RIVERS //ft, D. -----

I See that your piano tickets are num- C. E. Moore and wife and son, of meet food experts and the athietle. .BLISS'k -

bered; If not.: return them at once fort Kisslmmee. Fla., occupy Mr and Mrs.VaJl's trainers of Yale University prove PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
t exchange. C. W. DNN.t home, 311 Third avenue, north.I I that cereal eaters are tbs strongestand IP .
' during their summer absence. Mr. and Office over Osceola Pharmacy 'r
t Several automobiles\ came down from healthiest. Quaker Oats standsat J FORSPRING ,
i Orlando Wednesday, bringing parties Mrs. Moore were married by Mr Vailat I Residence, 153Oflice :
\ Buffalo, N. V., about four years the head of the list of cereal foodi. ,;- PH0N4oft -
f !l48D'
to witness the ball ,;
J jy came. r agoand came directly to make their It U nt only the best food, but it's ILLS
\ _, Ticket No. 00357 wins the prize urold / home oo a piece of land eight miles the cheapest food on earth. Packed -- -- I
watch given by the Electric. Please south of. Kisslmmee where Mr. Moore J. SIMPSON! I
' brine ticket to the theatre. has carefully planted and cared foran Ia tint .it will keep snet and fresh : -
! Springtime Is sicktime.
orange grove.. -St. Petersburg In aDI).. indefinitely. .DENTIST. '( i1
H. E. Overstreet
Mr. and Mrs. arrived dependent. = I Purify the blood-cleanse \
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from Miami last week to spend z=--7--- Uostalrs' in Katz: Build ing. the system-by the simple .
a month with relatives here. The Valley Gazette .is pleased to -'
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I PILES I PILES I PILES IWltit.m. m. and effective herbs
note that Mrs Z. Barager continues OP'FlCE OUa.g: } tS 5-Sn roots, ;
Miss Mating will leave tomorrowfor .' ln.1iuu I'llo u'mlmeut will our :so m_ ..
her old home In England, to the *0 Improve in health which fact ihe Wind lileedlng and Itching Pu... It ab.nrba Telephone No. .7 V Jun 5, IrrAND \ and barks contained in I' :
attributes to the excellent climate In LbS tninon (Whlng at ontw, --;l* MI aluinhicp _6L--, . .. "
,; regret of her many friends here. this section Mr Barager states there y'iJ? :, relief Williams' IndimiiPile -- '---
Ointment In t> eparvd for piles and Itching NATIVEHERBS ( '
t Hon. C. S. Acree returned last Saturday are several people in his native slate of the private pins Pric.Jcand) 11.00 Hold BLISS
t from Tallahassee', the legislature Oklahoma afflicted as Is his wife who only by Oaceola Pharmacy. !

i having adjourned on Friday are watching with eager eye the progress - .. ,.j'' 4
she Is making, and that they-will -wi.e.. "VVJJrt.rPH ::: : : '
f Darn your stockings with a Singer f The cost is but a ballacentadaytoridtbeblood-
certainly come to Kisslmmee if Mrs. .
M. WlLL-sONJR., "
t Dareor. can use on any Sewing Machine J. "
Uarager! is fully restored to health !ICIAN IJURC F.QS -
75ceach, at the Uome,Store. .
which now seems certain. of the poison that cajuses
REUDENCK: : PHOMI "!'. K..IIf..I:...
*j Stove wood delivered ID town at Mr. T. F. Van Arsdale and wife of ._ k NOTARY PUBLIC. tJ. Orncm PHoNE 07. FIX>MDA. Boils-Pimples' and other ,

1.00 per strand. I Coffee county Kansas, have arrived _(_/ STATE AT 'LAROE. \ Skin Eruptions. 200 Tab- "

; Ift-tf KISSIMMEE Lt'MBKR CO. In the city and"expect loin the St. I/ Real Estate Allent.: W. W, CARSON.: D. D. S. lets for $1.00. A Guarantee
:' Cloud colonists as soon as the allotment -
For Sale-A capable of
ram. pumP-l
to cure back.AakforaBliiaAIrnnac.
log 300 gallons of water to a Is made In th.-meantime they -"
. 60 feet in 24 hours. Apply at, this of. hA'e taken rooms at the residence of KIS..IM\1FF l : : :. 'i-t!.( >i< (liA. RIVERS! BUILDING ;

I fice. Prof. K. M. Evans, where they are OVER OSCEOLA PHARMAQYOFF.C. -. and learn fully about this -'
- -- -- -
very, comfortably located. :Mr. Van ,
Sunday night services will be held I / Arsdale was a welcome visitor to our . HOURS ) 8 TO If -HO-. bl4rfashioned l remedy.
" with the church. Rev .1 TO t..
Methodist I office on Wednesday and expressed P.A.. VANS AGNEW Made in .
by BLISS Wash.l
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Thomson will also speak at this union I himself as highly pleased. with our HEALTH

. service. I country and the hospitable manner in MOTT-S ..AND...v."VITALITY,... pi.S.S ington, D. C. a I

Mr. R. Davis of Dunneilon spent which they had been received: by the I I ATTORNEY AT LAW...:. .. 1- The IIre.llroll ami loulo rentoratlve r<.r mvli l

; Wednesday and. Thursday In the city' Kisslmmee peopleMr. I AND NOAARY PuBLJC, and women.up the a prilncea Ht xln anil atrenRth-ren>iii Mtxl the munl, --4 FOR SALE BT ... _____
en route to the lower lakes-on( a fith-, : J W. Miller's place east of vigor For *a); tiy d ruvKlnt or by mill I $1 (09 per
I jog excursion. I i town is a splendid object lesspn in KISSLMMEE. FLA hex Phartnaer.ft t boxes for $-\
Florida farming. His grove this sea I , -
The Masonic and K. of 1'. fraternl- = "-=- -= -
ties will\ hold a big banquet tonight in is literally loaded down with fruit;
celebration of the completion of their he has fifteen ortwenty acres in corn i Osceola
County '
N elegant r.ew hall. as fine' a. can be found anywhere, DR. LESLIE W. WEEDDN Sprigg Fleming:
with 2 to 4 ears to the stalk; his garden -
Commissioner E. L. Lesley and Mr. has yielded more fresh veetables
,',-'Hiram Moodv with A. /\. Loll aa ; all spring than his family could use, 'Speeial st-Eve. Ear Abstract Company CLEANING
r driver left yesterday morning in Mr. and he now has watermelons and '
Nose and Throat...... PRESSING
Lesley's auto for fiasslnger. peaches in abundance.. Mr. Miller also - ..

There I is unusual briskness) In the raises hI. own hogs and cattle, G: GARRETT, Manager.Real DYEING nd '

building lne at present in this citv- among the latter being some One Jer- estateTitles- -- REPAIRING -
seys which furnish an abundance of
: several residences
being precteand
a examined'and .
number milk and butter for his family at all reported on
undergoing repairs. Taxes for Leave word at home :
seasons. Mr. Miller's home !is uniquein paid non-residents my and olotnet
Use Plank's CMll I Tonic. Guaran that he enjoys all the freedom and Private Hosoita.1. American Na- Instruments relating t() real estate will tMO c ''Ioior -rreriirned.\ '

teed. Price 2.5ceit." Sold by all cl>mfnru' of country life, Chough located f tlonal Bank Building, Tamp ? carefully drawn. I -
druggists. X uin-8 I within the city limits. r J'
Florj p. Correspondence -.Sollclted"'S.i Satisfaction Guarntiteec


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; f --- .. In August, and additional work. will 1 "Pi Killer". In Slaughter flout<,e Ha.-The employees 'Booker, T. W &
J 'Soil Expert Made PbUaelpbl" Government Report Shows Reduction I lle- fact. that :
Recently Trip of for
; then be taken up In .the> north central & Rapid Transit f

; "_ Through the South. 1)hidrilcu, -of the stateThe soil fur-: _Became: r Suddenljr! .Iru ne.. I'.; COmpany, VOle to. accopt the...propo in AcreageyV _Rogers aided In.t
thuH Billon ma the of In the ;
.i'ey Jar rorople-ted In the state company'. IIchool.
: of' Alntinriia have shown In the extreme and Oil official asked /
a wonderful northern .northI -
PREPARlMi.Dr. (REPORT dlvej' liy -In the soils, and. tbe surveys f IKILLED.. SEVEN 2.f 2.WORMWiti Wcstojn I Uectinof th f city, the hot. I CONDITIONS IEAR ,IflRMAtAr.aPlant'Th's as his almoner'.

PE9A' 1Ifl' laying the- foundation for an agrl ''I beds .of rioting, the tute was almost bpn..faclon .be "

: cultural] development In' tbe state Frlm.Pig \naQlmous against accepting' tbe com- --. The Hague calirt
which In due time .
"will be len vromlie. -as th'e barns In
rs..ann.h no the less vor of Franco I In
f Bonttael Found Land-in Vicinity .marked than the .Industrial develtfpmtnt : Sticking to Msn.Kilhtng-4.. I| turbulent districts were beard from 1 Year U Reported at. aertIon dispute ". !

.. Adaptable for Truck of the coal' and iron fields- In f ti. Terrified 300 M.n. the heavy antl-comprptnlse vote wasI '31.918.0'..Which i About I ing that the
north central Alabama''. overcome. '
Crowin- Other ,$ ction.. I 9 $: Acre ol La.t Year. toassist on *
: >g. .
. "J also'vlI.II"d th. soil survey party I I The tt'rllnailon of the trouble betwpeu I o some deserters '
-- which Is working III Jackson, coun SOmerville Mans.-With- a maniacal bl / and It. employi -- -. who -aera'not of ( \ ,
a hlriMlrp: I D. C --(Or.) .1 K''A. Honvl ty. MlK*.. In tile. vlclnUy of Scranton j shriek, John' .Murphy turned fron i / wai brought about) primary by j Washington, U. c.-The growing The three German

..Itel: ) the buiviMi\ i.t soil: t'I.lh.1Stits nnd Ocean SprliiK Mlsn The native I plg-otlcklng to nian-kllliug In the State Senator Jamety? P. TvlcNIebol, the crop of cotton on May 25 was 814 percent to be returned to

. : cleparuiKM' of HR/li-ulum! / I I uutt1U "iIt4.t thtai, has not yet been cut fromaterpsii North PackliiK! and 'provision CowpMte44ittg1f1. republican' leader of this city at cqa- i : of a normal condition, against t have a court ma,.
'" -Oie---- 1' h..klJon--rotJ11tJ-j I house; ..mI-t'dT1Th;:\ >i j-f.wnc."ij wttt the { traction offlclBla ?.' "el leu jeur Jean .Nauln, a
1 JUlol" } &-U4 44.MI VVllklUJJUlClIIfrom -lit and ILll'l! <'II1fIlI'alv'lol'm )lt Is in its I bin fellow'workmen! befoie .him sleitseven ,. and the striker's representatives. ) 81.4. 10 a\Clago earning about a
extended (our nf f I Inioinh.. wJ'I i<.11 wimfor "hifiuu- few of'tigeut, and wounded twoothers. I The .
) Only a thOui-and 'acres delegates cho Ten by the strikers The area -planted this is Toulon .
HIP/ pm'inme til t luxc-fctlKalliij/: ;, I ihenjit of laud "iare: aciuulh under cultivation met Leader 'and discussed 85.6 year is said AI's..a1.
J I pertiij. of the area -planted to
,!blHlj' or'tllt1..n-UI tyi--u of soil III I lie area( fiirvcjtd( but the ollami '" According to some of the woik-. Ih&- proposition .t had been made cotton last, bear and "aggregates about 1..1 apparatus' I, l lI

for c'eflalu: kind: {,( crone,, pfilnll) iliniaCir conilltlcnn are such that .ni>it; ilurjjny had been aelliiK pecu- by .Ihe? tra..toll people-. Some of the 3YJ.O\o..acuII, a. decrease of I the direction of t
1 theie are t'X"61llolJal! opporlunltiei\ 'J Jfarrly: tOI..ome dajs. pn 25 cents Ic.50. '
,: winter and taily, :springegetiibles.' ( .* lol1 ha' devejopment of i tlio IruckJlVg) 1 While a\\ tic i-uddetilj; uttereda I hour, while other thought 22 cents per an I I reau's Ir.revised or 4.4 emulate per ,,1'of I Horn la t t the l'ar's the rln.e. fleet wjth a The view

Lr. lioiibleel l IK enthusiastic) o\cr the' I Iniltifilry. of pecan" culture, of tb* firo., bloodcurdling scieani and sprung; hour 'and a ten hour day was a fair aieu. This Is ) ,
planted i'epoitof wan constructed
results of )11h4| trip arid IM I'lepiuliiKspecial cit Obofa .of the Salxnma orange. andjku'entuallj J at DiHsea. waving his 15-Inch ra- compromise. The menfinaly I: th. umbrella
I ; for I llie |iro a irpoii, W.hen n'Hi 1 IF.ElI Hou- .nl of last year'splanted and various
1 I'oih I tnt HI. a Iwlatfd.and. long "la.1| Dr. Hayes a deep gash on the neck, | The ,old "ewing system" has been I area was(8111all art<
suid : I'll.' ujiland \arlej. ='i'. within the nrra. I I"Fium htaUbed him ovetthe heart and fJraOhically ,( abolished ; ten hours will constitute 'The.ugures-for 33.370,001 acres. Information derlv
i the
"111* tiiet I Hip was to I lhe. <'1 11) of 1 dlfemliowelfd him. I area planted this experiment, wltn a (
()(-ea-ri. S p1 bugs. Ml las.. 1 went a daY'1 work ; all employees will be )t'al'
fia\bniiHh hI oidci to iuveMigi.ilthe.\ I ) I toN.\(larlaium, .Kin wlie/f-fr a soil BUTM i 'I'huherrifleii' workmen rushed for : permitted' to purchase their uniformsin and already planted leads n J. Strul,

jKiKKlbil.ty of cte\l eJojiiiiK i the. lui.d oi \ '( Vile \\ ,#uioI-n, portion ol the door but Murphy rats' after .theiu. the open market; all future differences I lly expected states Ihe'urin toxbe IJlall..d. ; leigh the ( '
Chatham; cximity In and! uioiind the .lrl// 'slashing tight I fl-nd left. Kvery I planted, In acies. not have bean ('
coti < OunJ!> Fla.. if nearly ,' manwhom i areto be adjusted between the In J909 and
v condition
City of "Sau.nnali for an exu-iislti: ; 'In iuyidItiut1Io 'the Rolls usual In the i ii be Httuck went down with aArUItIl. I company and a grievance committee on May 25tenpecllvely than two hundrt'

'trucking Induhliy. I found tbcie the oa.siward Kbc L'i", ot .tlUnilfcil( : The- crowd plunged downhtaiis *.-.Ichonen )b.I I the employees.. I .: 'by, mBic-s followsUMEAU ) E'arJ. < ;

.t eame I t.I 1'r (Toil which liafe""rmulc Slates I hot, o aalto':: In I thia county with Murphy after them, -and j If, aftl an 11\t'stlgato by the Stale DY STATS; fteolnplcal theory)

Norfolk. i*.. ;Nt-wliein; and \\llnJinU- mllv of < oiihldei'alile! txtent. which at every landing be ,'ul' somebody (' City ('onlroUel books of )the AcreCondi- cart it. Certain. 1

ton, ;X; C. aid ('ha'.!IvMtulI.' \ :S. C.. I latnouH nil l* ilet l i'iil from Ihc* underlying; lime- I j On tl.le second floor, one of the workmen company, I can be shown that more \v. . a se. -4ion.JrRinia have estimated-
centeiH for, i hv production' <'I 1 11 HOIK;. and I ( onslltii'ieomi: of Iht'i j an Italian: seized a heavy 'bat than 22 cents an hour can be paid ', ;North; . . 2S.UUO) 1i could not hrtve < I

.great: ..
spring truci." crops' (Of gii'al' ( ilupul)' '- the South Atlantic: ction. Thp land i ii. < quickly on 'hi! feet again and'ituijndtd I Hapld Traiifilt- Co then the men will Georgia . . . 2.49KOUO 83 bill lhl view is

.ance in this connection aKo )js I the I i.,' KPiifioU' J} held III Ini'Ke hndieji, rlnjl -I I / another iuan.C 11"I.t upon a furtheradvance lu Plot Ida . . ; -. 4,763.0(10( 84 la\QJ of the ," !!
lact that all of the boa ( i I hing I,,, land. > . '. . t:6.0O; ( 91 h two hUI1tt c-ri 'n.0
(the alli
< owners comrollln/s I I /: fr"n ;2VlU; : < toi I Xi street floor he was given wages. Alabama
i . .
.. of the jjelnlty of ;oUIIII'"PI1; is *u s'l- JfV"J'J'r'tc.|( The, siiiitTivli-lon ffilns another heuvy blow on I the head and 3r,52.iMI( ( 83 I'rofexr) J> C.
umted il'al; Allc-Mun van"7n: laiTc) I I ; laid, t/ I ill' u hliiall I i Ia tnt a and homeK ;.j..j.I 1 hln knife was wrenched from his I tXPENsfslXtEtll Hltuns'Unlled Mlsfclxslppl . ; . ;3.2H.HiO: (" 78 School 0A PI .H-t :

quantities J... ini-IK OI.lIl I 11..Ll,'. ami -I ;ids will.ltlfm1h- hrln-g about a I II Iinpnl ndTwo) police officers came In' LOll.ul'l. ,\ . 1.15i.OOO 74 1111 belle\vj, viiut| I

could be used oil soils of ItoJ'oi, t. I ; dot i loprnenl' ("f !the preata" rltiiltuiHl (lo ;"asslHt the-workmen and Murphywas States Spent in 1903, 'S10 Arkansas" .. .. . . 9.71 (.0IO( 78 fleshof phl'o' 1

mouth seilc-K. fc'i, I the nriKirllon, ol' < <'I! 1 : iccoiirees. of that ai', I 11..11.. and 1-veii a fearful beating before bewas 315,056 More Than 'l'Ptiii'att. . . :. 04.I\t( 84 lo ifhetlnccthttl( "n. -

ery This. one Ito I will I nulilc, ,nuck I I I llie. pKidnetldii 1 "f ." 1111"' briiji.'. cotton.oin. I flria.ily ovei, powered, and taken / \\ttfhinsion.' 1. C'.-A ,conipaiali Mln-uinl i I I I . ... .. 7:154.0110$ 85 In I Ivvfeji' I the "I- .C

grown III I ilic \ lrimtof. :Savannah'; ( 0111atid prohnil) > tobacco. is1piu to t the poltpv Btatlon. statement of receipts and expend-: Oklahoma/ : .- . . 4lu IIIQ !: and I musu' al I ii-: 1
to..oml't'I"JItHllul' >ly with ,the Florida'celery ' .llile, iindei. the Roil and! climatic :Murphy iiOs > ears old weighs 200 IIUNW of tbe L'lilled States for the fis. "lotiil 1 I .. 2.112.001 84 '\'lli" dn i-i 1.1)1 i ,> (' !
('jiortfn, ., III I tin- |'u iniiictliui! "I' i >"dlll"I'! .eMhtlnK/ wlthiu. .the :Manan )pounds, und1 1'l'"ald..tI' an one of I ear ending June 30, hall justtiefl 000 last afT"II"\ 31.1.91 H.'I'U( (' 5--44-9-it-0.- "\aHT tuft c-i- unl1H, i / I I

this Important andaliahlc!,, I 1 truck nil :urea'I I liet'l rongl'bl inertin the plant lie I issued by 1 the treasury department June .n.. eur197 thousand 1m.' I.t

:t ed at )iilg-kllllng I for J khows I the following re- 1 ear befoi condition c- 71( 81 I ; las| > ; auCI I" nn Itt-I, I )

and otheiuise' IIIIIIdl<-I. )produi' < s \ Klii. moie' iiiiiiiPiantlo. I than > ( PIle > ears h b> the ;Norlll; 'omlJan) !I I ,'('IIt., fubtoms for the month of Average fcjr(; !\\ ll.' latil. w hIt: I hw, .

t from Jl.iii'u' to $ I.MIII woith of the I\cr otciblui, jiOKhllillll. l s foi divclipiiiM He IK man !led and li\es in "80m"I'\II1"'I'j i: Ma> 9Iu>! $2;. -72.(95.: since July 1. S2.3 lavl I len 'i Pars (1.4.. against Whip) :into theli, "
plant lo I tllf' acic I and is "ill.uf the the iinusntd HKI I it ultin' al lands :Miirpli'> had worked for ; ; !tlHUS I $$271'.Si..i,7! Nalloual 3for "\ "Ull' 'Immediate MBJ 83ji.: ji ai ",'fun'.

I most valuable liue-Klng, ciopn' which "t the' south, not' 11I(- \\1-1\ foi the flit .( '( tnpatI> lor five tat ". corning 10'' May U li.2! !<:>.(!:fl. o\ue\ Julj. 1 1laFl. 1 ( of ,the<1; Colo"1/} .1 he public, ." .
can be. pie.duevel. 1 an> 'it In'tc in addi uitioir I ( i f staple' i tops ii. with' 'oodV''Mli 1 1II Sonier tIle from 10\\ a mine > ears ago I' $2::'.! !I.H3.; ml .pllal"lIIK fqr tlol brokf1 M\CII(eminent" " 'L'UI I ( olton f..lal''I'; '' r4I.Jl';: ,

tlon the ;Norfolk; flue fund... which exIsta ( <' r lelnitlh 1 |iejicie| but III,..., The wltnei-ses. of I IIP Slaughter Ki id May.:; 6. ..I'1'e .IIII, 1 I. HiiI. ('ondil ic>ll figures,lo nll .)points. as the fo < tI'h.I| t ihc "
In profusion In I the Immediate I 'ii iih' t teynid to I lie de\flojjin+'nl ol I hat more ( ban :\KI( eniilo[ > ees were'' $5.L4ItJ4S.( I teat, II ete' -..II..ld..dIAtb..r I linpuouH'/ to ihe I b
Clnlty of.Savaiinah, IH one of the 1"1 t ] u-ulai 1 l Indiihtiio K IUTP" fiom the dil\en from ,hip> jilant when Murphy I Isfatted txtudll\I"s] I for May.: and I hefIIttI the dtc.eaie of ( In,' theo( hci band. 1'1118<1. ha\e 'hccn I

I Oils along-I' Atlantic coast foi, the, ,TII., "MU, t ion, (>f fruits.. limn. get I don Aegetaliles on his wild rush I through the1 I > .'ar. slnc-e ,lul\' 1 last, are was a bulllb-li 1.4 > .(111 acres in theniea inissuineis' of 'he t Tw i '

i production of early Irish potatoes, r > bnd 1 tnhac 0 the soils may Fix floors and, basement of the build- |I ('1\1 and miscellaneous. $lo.i42.f.24 I 1 h,. buns foi fl1llol and finnItheel 'i'i" a i omiiiitii-e (4 (

r niatoes, sugar corn git-cu pi as. ix I In1 innde 'to) lI\gll'/I"! lr(>ni' SUSilu III I 1"1. and ,not 1 C"I men escaped) death and, $4.519&'u'r.(' $ Itu.3ul.,9u9! and I Il'ldr I\ Y buying by H'II'1! ,.s .1 K nil "

tra early strawberries and a consul- 'll'('mil )I"" uc'e. iindt'i iiHtui-lve forms In hOllOW margin i iMurphv $:0.31.6 1. navy. $U.41.UO; and al 1 thu.'ii lilt- ( '
: -ere! vat, let y of minor I liucliir.g t of f ctilth u'Iu'! .: is in I tie padded, cell of the |I Ifnl'nll (! ., ,. <; ; Indians.I $ 'itit.324: and REUNION (Jr! BLl! t AND GRAY. : ald 11'1 I I IH w a.. I" ) I i >

", crops fh my opinion, so fan a.sen: J .' police ahahion.bon City j $14 7 !.(l!!) ;; ]ii'iisl9ns. $1.1-67.107 t -- [-the. meritvMi I in "
..lJ.1: ')I'mate' ait' commmtl 1 I bid, (! : CHi\LSt BUYING lOTTUN (UOODS.(} l'h\t.lciun_ C_ C' Townu attempted to Bfid $149.i5.42.'i.I !' : public 'it orks. 9. "War Passions Are Gone" Answer* I saiy I c-onconilianl I I I el,i I h I

.: ..-uJt.t Tie abbolulrly hhI'thrir! | I tci stand I [ Exports in Peat Few Months Show examine him. Murpli.hpiang' at the : !. (" and 85.173.S2U.. interest, 423T.4 ,- General Evans' fol I those who luue I
in the way of ino do\Moim" I ( 1.1 of 1 clcutor and attempted to him. I ( 039 and $ ( \Jull'alul'I". :Minn Ti-legrams I lender .
I Ilk :1.64.97l. ,proper' 'i I \ I'
t _
:i thousands of aclcs of innk' (jaiden-mrj j _ 'Hfeavy -Increases.' I The I totals .l11.\ 191,0! nnd for fI 'atN'" (..f lIt.Gi( a od At rn\ and Twcntv
_lhf vlcfniiy of Sa\oiinah-. Wm-Ulnuii-n. 1)) ( a" statement'HU WOMEN BOIND AN-TORURE.j I h1.< fiscal 3U arejte- ((I.IfI"II1' Veimnni.! all o\er Ihe Alul"Il.O'I .
; t |<- < (1 b'the I ituieuu of htatlxlICK of1' I Ihdiaim Cro : I
.* ''From Savannah I wenl I to Ito t III"- -- I .cfipt. .$..1.:! _. I $, c'oufttr'i ale l rft; i ec-c'lved by TTieMniuapois !
6".3(1. ,
| t the (leiarlnient uf commeice and! Ja- Five Masked .4i. asked I ,
| Shocking OutraQcby,1
yule and Pike (()iintCieoiuia.. wheie, ] 1".I.'It'el| l\ ". $5fc,78G- .1""llul In approval of a
| lot it Is t-how n I thai exports ofOt-, Robbers. EX/PldIIUIt' tunpaIgn for, 1) O\.tJ" /I' I ,
1 Boll survey burly of the btireau of I j :(6 and $644.218.412.llIlal( I "r.alunJon tifthrUlue .
i ton good's, to China itt C incieatfngThe : '. for -another I
brulal tIl.
-A outrage. and I Gray
BOlls Is JnvcMlgutliii:!;; IheoilH rxniihtlons Pll""IIIu ;'; deposits, d'l'tll' the to be held next sear .
j I leport' sa *. that CMiina. IK. tifi I unknown robbers fin $ lit leini of ,
> a at in Washington
of that counu I found a'ccnSlderable ..II'"a. > ninnlli antoutit Oil lo H44.2IO: !$ and the 11,11' the I "uIJ"r.'I>ion
Mule, t the, largest: i ihat hc-r of American lwl' bus moused, nf the I10t cif I
t. purlfrulaily ( |iii \ I'a. near i-ec-i chary of war. 1."t ;
*: .vaii I t.t of soils Jplmonl. icflemplionH lo $4.1kb.4'i';< constructed."J
h cottons. but In .theears of IHiiT roirminnlt\ and l i'\ nc-htng IM I Commander ln-c lilt f mfr Thepi,' 1,1"1'' }
', those of Hie Cecil ceiles, uhlebIMed I | The public debt stntemtnf, shows I. ruTNu'iupte.' ,
occupy practically all of tin and 1'111thl' exporth' of cotton cloths threatened! If themen areafltIIrf'd ;:''Ih( BKKiegate.. ito itidltigerhifliates cf the (Jrand Army of the Hepii'blic < I ciiistdr>r I the nintt'T.I I .
i I lo I that country fell I to a t-mull fraction Fnc' mm. all marked broke, into' t the plan The Ain<'i I lian t
mont suction of (Jeoiglu' Inl'l'.Ut'II..d'tJle and. hrt4u.ur'i1101CM., to be $2. of those of the jntinudiahIpreceding I the home. of Mr :Minnie Ashe, aped | fofe the al Salt Lake .).Ion.I hid\ bocn : ,
peach InduMiy. which I is dcn'lvl"" on April 30. and enc-nrnpinenl hal
.*. This laige faIling Off was due. in the outskirts of Die vil- $2.L33.rO.7&H''on In beria about
t lag' around Hal n.'sville. and also ,Haw ,lAicr / 90. mining |' : May 31, a decrease during the City AugUDt. I
the pecan grove and 1I1l!' .rlen: which chiefly. at haiti to the fact that the lane, and rnnsac-iied the 1lafW'HI, ]JTnotnirTir! IS.f ilTTTuTT bal'ance l. -eJic al---t4* n iniportg of that in 1905) and I' i'It'-lh has I
country the daughter. practically
:)]lave been started in the 'vicinity of Iged'uml n were April 30, exclusive and landpr.ln.ll..f COlft'drale'1'1.- i OIK
Barnesvllle by ome of the enterprising 3906' were abnormally) large and far I; Mis. Mary Ober, 60 yeaiK old, And reserve funds was $127,433.635 and' ersls. :: The commlHulom'iT

citizens of that section. Contrary \ In excess of Ihe actual consuming: her granddaughter. Miss Mlnnte Obet'j on May 31, $119,901,309, a de'crease "I have no outhorlly to speak officially. Monrovia on the :
power, 'of "that market. The statementof 23 years old. The men found ) ' 1 ran tar and nirmlngbam. ;
say I
to the usual belief that pecan vuhttII'eIi during 'the month of $7.532,2'ML1Ip personally hat"1'at '
: .
practically confined lo the coast the bureau'of statistics'show. that 13.50 In the house, and, 'believingthere -- (,a".lon8 are gone tht IOlllbJ. T-: thet United States

Mellon of the United .Stales 1 found In April the quanffly of cotton Roods: was more they bound the' three WIFE WITH7CID. . week In .June .. ; i
_ _ t
that excellent leBultn ,and earl)' -m -- exported' ,Jo China! -wash.; '1G,000,000. women juic] subjected' .themtomertl1as : II ., ,.n .,"- "i- \*..'",;..,.' ......:. .:;"WHARFAES.Seventy" .:" ,: ,,', wS'he-i trst/ s.I..1 ;
tyrtty of treeB..were' obtained "on the yftrds, against ".OOO'.OOO In April O[ I rif > 1> 'i__ Man.Totd1the CourtHe. Tried to Mar -.- eral public'the ,
Cecil andy loam:: In the Immediate lart year and' In the ten months end. I The tore wlrplvfrom the pictures Her Beauty. ExcurejortistaFail I Into Lake total statement of

Vicinity of Barnefvllle. and at a few. Ing with April 1909, the total! exportof bauejng on the walls and fastened Jt'ew York City. Hecauee he at Mandevile. La. df |1'011' ma..ltr. '-/1111 .
1 Other points In Pike county This IK rotf'cloths' was 100.000.000.( ( the three wor..1 lo chalrF.They thought his wife the most beautiful JJandeville. LaIty t Ihe collapse of ing are among the
practically a new Industry for the i[ against 30.h1OOPflhh( ) ard In the correaponding 1 then batEd their feet and held woman In the world. Gasper /Ittlnlck a frail wharf here, upon' whkh aliot.: n"onI"'sllo; IH I|
period of I 1P08.! to poured acid her face t.5 it'opfihad riiFliecl to board 1 he
PtertltKMit Fee" .i rf the f nilccl Smtc '!! i lighted candles them. Partially ullhuri over excursion to $2.l0flLoiislnmn.( ( : .
ca TSe- i.1 rii -de\,1'JIlnl"'f) ; unconscious the women were otherwise UK she slepj IbElr .homl. Intending Margaret on her to $2.210' : ol'lh -
IN ASYLIM. feturn t
trip to New .
these groves will undoubtedly be I abused. Before lea'vlng, the lo mar her beauty and make her unattractive O.I.lnR. .Jel'.1 form $2.900 to $ .( ((
pei arc dend.
Thaw's house the burglars released Miss to other menbut the acid from $S.200( to $3.300.' '
watched with a great deal I of lnleic. Application a Writ of The
Maigaiel did
who recovered got into her and her not land at the
to eyes peneiiated
Ober. sufficiently Anderson $2 fiOO to :
horticulturists Habeas Denied
On the part of all and Corpus j shah' at which she
summon help. brain killing her. 11810r..1 Ama/illo. $2. ,00 to $: )
But grower Tbe pronp ",*r CUE DEAD. He was sentenced to not skiffs and
]the pecan Induntry SB a lilRh grade the criminal Insane at l Matteawan under tOLNEL small This Senator Ctimniin.H
leca than 10 nor than eraft wharf was
more Z
of agriculture In Cential and Weal a decision rendered by the appellate Veteran Editor Was Notable Friendto In -( years -pulled llY the I< "mal ropes entirely | amendment

Georgia. division of the supreme courtin the South. prison. -. - away from the main pier and' some It provides for a tax

"I &1.0 vll!$led some of the soil sur- Ilrooltlyn. Thaw1 application for Philadelphia. Pa.-Colonel Alexander ADVICE AGEITSPINSTEIL"Women seventy people went into the lake i nil Incomes of
< V.jr parties working In Alabama. and a writ of habeas corpus releasing him K. McClure, prothouolary of about eight feet of water tions over $5.000( a '

.Ii.ld a conference with CommlRBloner from'he_ asylum was dismissed! by ai i and superior courts of Pennsylvania 'Mustn't Marry If They Would' The responsibility for ihe catastrophe Included which Is ,

>;.0f Agriculture J. A. Wilkinson in re Justice of the supreme court several I and for many 'eall a prominent Live Long." has not been died. nate double taxation
H&rd to future operatIon III the state. I months ago. lie then appealed to the figure In politics and journal- New York City.-A novel recipe for _' rebate to the Inth'l< I

'The state of Alabama Is expending appellate division which sustained Ism died at his home In Walllngford, longevity l Is given -by Miss Mary Cum.I I FORTUNE FOB tHRIT. of a corporation

910,000 annually In co-operations 'with I Ihe lower ..court._-- i county aged 82 years. mlng. who Is facing death at Belle- widow of H. -B. Lcavea IIP8lm..ntll have
bureau of Bolls which Is Many corporation Itself.
tbs expendllng % BODY. Colonel McClure wa a veteran editor .at the age of 100 years
; a like amount In the completion HflLLIAMjPENN'S j fo a long number of years having '"If you are a woman marry I I Bequests. Governor, HaskeU

of .oil survey wOfl<. In the state of Plan to Bring it to America, j been at the bead of the Philadelphia and never for.a moment. never e your In. New York City.-More than $200- sent to the J1U1
'Alabama. This co-cperatlon has been 000 was left to charity by the late
Launched In Congress. Times, He belonged to the old dependence. Washington
la effect less than two years but by Washington. D. C.-To bring!: the school of Oreeley and other These, she claim, were her two I Mrs. .Margaret J. P. Graves wife of eral I Attorney Gregg

:January 1, 1810. a larger area of soil coffin containing the body of William Though northern man Colonel rules of living and she never let an Robert Graves, and prior to her mar Division of Oklahoma

urvvy work will have been ,'omplel.e4" Penn. which now reposes In a practically -'II McClure was a notable friend to the opportunity pass of expressing her be. riage to him the widow of Henry B. charged with havl'l

In Alabama than In any other I abandoned cemetery In Uf>k.lugbamshlrf' south after the war and during the Hat In their efficacy. 4 Plant the multi-millionaire railroad, fluence the press I

tat* In tbe United tate5. Four soil I England to this country I! reconstruction period and his sage I steamship and hotel! owner who against him ( Haokell )

survey parties are at present engaged and have It Interred on the banks of Counsel was of great service to this Newsy will was filed IP the surrogate's court with the Muskogee

IB the work in Alabama and! surve> sIn {: the Delaware river Is the object of a section. He devoted much of his time The Illinois .. P.-Ir.'ha. a bill here. The donations go to .Roman and wltht-having I Inl
Catholic Institutions In'
I &S progress In Tallapooim. Coffee. 1 movement Just launched !n congress. i I In writing about the opportunities In declaring void apartment leases which: New York ( Evidence to this

I Baldwin and Hale counties. The work It Is declared that considering': Penn's the industrial development of tbe prohibit children In apartment' houses. City.The miLled, and the effort
_ IB at. least three of these 1 count leu. distinguished career labs grave l IB not south, and for Yt'ar was an unceasing The governor has announced his In about total amount of the bequest that the conspiracy

wm'. be completed- during-- July- or early appropriately: marked I II advocate of this subject. Intention of signing the bill. ""* estate $3,000,000.estimated at The$8,000,00 value of She with velt. the sanction of

.' :.e HAN STRETCHED BIMSEIF. A Million from Inheritances. HUSBAND FIGHTS. WITH NIAGARA. K. H. HarrIman' and Mrs. Harriman For the of
I I nailed from New York city for liremen. -. VAIABL REAL ESTATE. purpose
|Luther Walsh Entered Annapolis Spring Held, HT-Tf> atmore Louis Cohen Leaps Into wbrIlngRaptds Mr. Harriman announced hisintention i tense for Atlantic
-r Under Difficulties. than / 1.00fl.000xwillb-t( ;!t.d to Rescue His. Wife. of a three months'' Piece Chicago Property I Increased II poin., Representative I.
> Annapolis. Md.-Luther Wehili of to the 1f..ndlng (30,000 a Year In Vslue.Chicago .tt has .
[ liihfTjijpce!: tax Income of the Niagara Falls. X. Y.-Louis Cohen vacation He is going to ParIs |
I Kansas City who had to stretch him state as a result of the passage of a I| of Hurfalo saw his young wife leap '
|elf four years ago to get Into tho sweeping inheritance tax mpallure.i :' Into the swirling rivers between Second the details of the trip have not been Chicago down-town property twenty- submarine boats at a \

naval academy, graduated as number 'i This amount will be made up largely: .and Third Siwlers1 Island only aran.i. four bears William C Lebenstiue of ceed $4.000,000), of
four among the one hundred and sev- from Ihe estates of :Marshall Field I lIS" feet abo e Ihe brlrjk of the eataract. Vice ChanceUor Garrison. of Jersey Ciy. m da a clear lire appropriates $ .
profit of
ITfour..llIh passed the. mental Otto Young' other three-quarle. 'of
and .
: wealthy Cblca- City refused l to grant an Injunction I Bids for the .on III
nlnatlon and had the a dollars. This Is at the rate
appointment who hate died
I goalIe recently. Without a moment's hesitation restraining the t>rganlr.atlon commit-I of more than -$30,000 torpedo boat deal
Midshipman 'within his a year.
grasp followed her.atight her hand and the Southern tfJoel by the last naval
rhlcb It was found he was short 'byinHInch I Mobile Sheriff Impeached. struggled desperately to save her. but 1'C'proceeding with the Company organization This became that known whfen/ It waaanlloun'pd were opened at the
or two of reaching the te- Montgomery Ala Sheriff Frank Mrs. Cohen' died In her husband's of the Southern (Iron'and Steel sold to Richard Sears Lebenstlue. ban The vessels are to be
iI'e4 belgbt. With he south-
great spirit
Cayalas of Mobile county was Im- arms. The dismissed thorder dred and forty-two
company. .Oll.t ( of Jackson
ubmltted himself. to a specially (con-I "-..acbt>d bv I Ihe supreme court for Before It was possible to bring efficient 10 show cause which was obi,i PIJ mouth'ornr place The boulevard ami merit and wil have a I
clad Instrument and pulled outI'reefi" failure to take kelp hour had duringi considerationmenhboncd thirty U
precautions nvcrttaaryto al. l'aI6O. .'ned bv Harrison H. .hul"r. a mlnorlty I 1| in the deed I
In bin spinal ,'olum'1IHill1 prevent the l nchlng(; of Richard i I of which Cohen a tree stockholder. The SouthernRlp..1 is stated that Mr. 1 nominal, butIt tIpeboats will be ,

measured. up ,to the full standard j Hobertson. a necro. who. was taken I "tump. He was finally rescued ana company an Alabama corporation 900.000 for the SeaAaid. The about Atlantic coast. They

,..jl;..AmerIcan- midshipman.JEf1E1ON . from the .jall and. hanged. I I his wife1 body recovered. and was run Independently i KO feet by 106 feet. land is ed with tnjblne ..
DAVIS MEMURIAL' The aetare medal conferred an- !I fuel \
.; Increased immIgration!) I: CONFEDERATEJiRAjEfDECOBATED. mmllv t bty. the Roman Catholic church I $9OOOiOOqjEATH DUT.Will The Vnlted States

Ian:to Raise* $ .OOO to j rpetuate Chicago; ill.-That immigration Is 1: "The Southern Cross" Un".ie at for distinction In the realm of art or'' of 'Charles-MO ", English Yelp Is having _

t.- Hftnf of Southern Ladr..Ix on the Increase la evident from the Arlington Cemetery. letters w presented to Mrs. Frances Multi-Mllllonaire, Read. compieselon test | ,

>uJ*vllle. Ky.-"We are going': to figures!: complied hf: the Immigrant Washington D. C.-With most Im Fisher Tterman (known to the literar.v I London lion pounds capacity

tie the,' 50.000 we need to make .. bureau. Allen and citizen steerage pressive ceremonies. Confederate Me- world \>s Christian Reid ) of Salis England.-EXept for $325- ing the safety; of great l
000 be
) to devoted to
table memorial for Jefferson Da- passengers! arriving at New York during | morlal Day was observed at Arlington bu'ry. N" ci the author The presen ( the cnailty and bin in form a huyc h'
will of
..', on his Kentucky birthplace said !: the first four nionths of the year National Cemetery. "The Southern tation. which was accompanied by tiatin employees. Charles Mor- ole adjustable head .

plain 'Jobn H. Leathern of Ixml showed an increase .of 246 per cent I Cross" which was donated byIhe elaborate cHereraonie*. took place a't "ri "died comparatively 1 unknown, who. system for. rec olri/
rec-enllj ,
11..-: ."We have all the' chapters of or 22,738 persons! over the corrospondlng I I "\'alhllglon' ( D. C.) Camp of Confederate i Charlotte r k- (. In the presence of a at betweej) $50.00(1.000(an estate valued veloped by a (triple ,.
Daughters of tbe. ConfederaCY, months of IPOS. The! number i I Veterans. was unveiled The dlstlnguih\ company The medal t 000OUO. bequeaths tho whole $7B- Thus a column' of n

r; 80,000 veterans who still r< ma.1 of alien arrivals was' 290,618.. the ,tI ,graves of the Confederate soldiers presented for tI81nlulllhpd literary j vat fortune to relatives of the feet bong can 1r tested' ,
bnrTarmlea: tbe Sons of VeteratisT American citizens 8.594. and the total i I 1 were decorated with (lowers, and work. It\ is first time that | The will lajnlna power The

T'; tbe .people at large to draw I for (lie first four months of Jut ,, touching tributes were paid to The the dlstlnctton\\ has gone to a soutnerner. I death and goycrm..nt succevlon duties benefit in weighs two bundled .
.00: (}'year' was 80,474. martyrs of tbe "lost cause." .1. estate about from Lbs eighty feet hh, telirg
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-t.4B' 'G4 a i.q rbOGOOO'; G4Q'0 e1' 'IiO'. Q; G4 a-c.a:: e4"'- 'be gotag tnat"'" afternoons' :' "-: THE '' LPIT EXTERMINATING THE MOSQUITO. "Qraclas" or "Itvslmemte, senor." W,.''

but Battlste .was taken UI to his : matter If '11111,.. have been Joking together

apartment' and foun4''blm' 'seated' before C r.-nan eKj.rlmenhNlth: a Plan"' In the previous breath the dia',
a burealf writing a letter. Jo> BRILLIANT SUNDAY SERMON BY with .
Which Interferes Breeding logue li slow ana dignified Plainly U
4 ONIITHE1SCENT () "Apropos!." he said. "You can take., REV,. O. P. EACHES, D. 0., *!tf< n-the mcst effective' way of gts*.' Is a ceremony of real importance.A .
; letter. I this moment writing -,
g ga my was! I ttn'j'Vld of the: mosquito,, la ta\ abolish! hI). 1'1 Ilea .tbe neat table there 'I
.. o a letter ot farewell to your mas--
ter. 'You need not' hesItate I It con- 'Ttirtue:. The Lost Sense of'Sin the plate! ",'beore.ft ,,T>rt."t'.14.<" < DY draining Ufa turn of his body toward. Us oeow

off. tains-no he a ;' marshes, filling UT pool of stagnant pants: and a distinct "BuetJ provecho/* G,
a'd' reproach, added holding
e water i dnireuiovingsuch 'p'jJect with 'the reply a* serious .. U the
It, out, , ,
Q TRACED BY A DIVINING ROD: : Battlate answered- by1' pouring- out- Professor O. n. Smith.-of -Chicagonlverslty'In .-- o-olil Tomato Vans In "" 'hich'ilittle d 1 matter was-quite. weighty In Its .ifCI "

(rz the reported discussions I rain. collects much has 'alrend/ )I flea nee. hen the senor. salutes toe*
the of the
i story terrors of the past:
u .of tbe Baptist\ Congress, finds almost been'i "? kind to'the'eft fjahibn.
night Monsieur' Led uc listened; attentively. : > accomplished: A second; j j table> In like and r
for the term sin lit '
no place :
By LADY MARGARET MAJENDILo I' thinking. His words are: "What- 'or welfare..conslsti of ntUlnjTVhe wa-J J I If ail the boafders'are prevent he has o1g

". I "So your master wishes Toe,to remain does sin mean to the modern man? ,ter uninhabitable\ for the larvae, .f''. regular royal progress; out -of the

lit with him?" .. It certainly does not mean what our few fish will eat them up and-prevent! ;'; room; "

Uati' -1Dati 00004 GOpOO --'p'+i p4fs4GO.pOR', -00040 "At all events till Mademoiselle arrives. systematic theologians: define it to, 'hatching Kerosene oil on the auf' j I" When the American woman arrives

You ,will not .refuse him will mean.. Sin la not thought ot so rnachan fare of a 1'0nd'I1I'efl': n. prevent tin) 1], at such proficiency that she can 8&11.
6 place has deserted .
VIII. that unaccountably
< an offense against/God as 'It Is an .
yd"n. Monsieur" development: of the Infects after thoeggs' out of a Spanish> boarding house dinIng i

Continued. me,. Therefore; I wish, to recall, "No' no," said the young man offense agalhst men 'who deservesomething Uav!' hatched.. Stilt another room: arid perform all\ tbe ..Inclinations .
content better than to know -
your- oppression
"For what should I ? he Bald you. can doubtless
: stay not promising plan k now. reported 1> all the "Buen pro::
self with the 'peaceful pleasures and lightly. "DI& say that I had already and greed. It- Is the socialsins y pronounce
bitterly. "No no! the disappointment life which the feelings of a son towardthe which make our blood hotto- the American Consul In Frankfort vechos"wlth sufficient dignity and buJiMtr -

la too great. 1 am not alto-. occupations sufficient of for a country mother, and only relative I have In the world? day." Professor Smith would put soy cfernvany.: The authorities In Berlin no' sign of the'novice, a drawing

-ttet-bet'-W th_ t'kIu4l1H'; -their-tool- was your -loloigy la .plfrca-of...theology_._.It tho' who jQermanyls: colonial
and "I can ruuiu, A t--all events;mfr a-few < manage possessions room presentation would be almost
I will\ endeavor to forget that In your presence wUlbe\ both useful ,
fly days. Perhaps stay till Mademoiselle time comes when, sanitation shall benerfect now think of adopting In fame.-New York Sun.
my aged'uncle I had hoped once more ifconsolatfcnr-to your attached ; poverty" dlsapp II'ar, child
> artolia.
RIOAUD.." my cousin, arrives; but I will continue Africa en aquatic plant called
"PAUL labor be'a thing! o'fxhe past, social
to And
to leave luggage here and Experiments conducted by the Oar It Was Arkansas.Onle ,
my I In
"Only stay," said old Battisto, Imploringly. "That will 'do, said the old man. comforts abound tbenXhe term sin
retain this apartment. That Is under- man director of fisheries at Ulebrlcb. Read told .this one not fJonsj
"Listen! My .master It reading It through. "And now I must will be an obsolete wordHn. our language .
stood. Mr..' Bartmann, .and extending overa ago: ,
old he 'has gown write to .tinstone to find me an escort -
Very very nervous for Aer. La! la! how everything "He must be very-rich," thought There is an utter remove b ween period of fourteen! years Indicate "Old. Lem Ifcarklns of Possum Trot j

of late so nervous that my good, ./:'o"ts'nione'y.. But this time I will Battiste to filmaelf, as he went home the teachings: of the New .Testa: nt that this plant a semitropical pro- bad "e'ome'! Injo.} the (county Judge's of
Nanon thinks he have
must /
110 0)e. to his master for the speedy and those of the' divinity departrdei particularly useful for tha flee': '
not hesitate... I de'slre-tlie presence of prepare ?duct. Is The Judge Hald: i
thing on bin tnlnd. He la afraid of of Chicago University. Jesus dwelton
being murdered; but what good my daughter. 'wish I had a stalwart arrival" 6f his nephew. "He-lbI1lks moral reconstruction. on social nrpose.' Reports\ of his work induct 'Why, cello Jem.! 1,
nothing of money. Thank Heaven, he .director of the Imperial ro1.- ' ?'
fellow like .that Arthur e
would It do to murder him. the poor young changes. Two mein out of three In
he will dine daily in Goucy. We could : onlal to call him to Berlin In the at Poe
N' going on over
dear old gentleman? Nevertheless It Denstone attached to my service. the Roman empire were slaves; the "Anything
h' Bah! he would eat out of all reason; not feed him properly\? ; that would. sanitary arrangements In Jerusalemthen spring,{ OC1907, and the Colonial Office sum Trot?' .

grows upon he but he is honest-honest to stupid ruin us all." and now were wretched; social 6nlere< that the test of his method 'Nuthln' wuth' divider.): *
"r that why that vMIalnoua
e keeps -
Monsieur jtlgaud had been sitting injustice prevailed. Jesus had open beSmade the Institute '
ity. should by 'That so?
brute said : .
Paul with
Leduc all crouched InlIs chair. He' eyes and a wise mind and a tender
day nuthln'5 .
the air of one trying t'> master his lie sealed' the letter and then pro- only heart, but He emphasised the meaning for Tropical II>s>ne at Hamburg, 'Yeh; wuth dividingThen .
neither read nor wrote, kept '
Impatience> listen to the Id'servant's .cee'ded to J Jndita another to.Mr. Den- IhB door hi.mind had of Hla_ministry as that of saving where Director\ Barttnann had thetiseof"i after a pause: 'Me an' ".,b.1Q.;, '
garrulous talk. utone at Liverpool.Monsieur watching lost men. Sin was a 'very real and the te' Botanical Institute fo--Tllghtowen\ ain't been glttln- along
fastened now the advent of his
"Yes. yes; and he has had double Rigaud felt better when on seriousthing to Hlnlie; came to propagating the lant. right'good for a spell.'
nephew tis a kind of refuge from, him- sav" men from It. "' silicon possesses ', ?' ;:.
doors of new oak put to his room, these duties' were done. self. t 0"showever 'N'oN'ah. ..
uild he upends hours there, and locks That night _the_ wild March wln saroKe 'It A woman came from the slums InLuke a malaria station andXas especially not right gooJ.' After another -
"I 1 shall find at last. he muttered 7; JeauaJorjsave her slum Nlcodemus i
through"the forest. In Its vlHnity! hundredV of long expectoration-punctuated" x
himself In there t.t night./ You Bee. and howled
"the 'of the second life. came from the Sanhedrln.
. Monsieur I Hay all this not without The old hoiisu-seemed, to rock under I have missed' reliose( It hitherto but It will with fine soclaLsurroiindlnga.! Jesus eases of malaria occurred, the expelments pause, the old man leisurely rontln-

motive. Ii," persuaded, do not go its Influence. Within his thick double come back, with 'outh, Into' the insisted on the necessity of a cleanTS- were-nwule 4n -that"ter_ !: etl< ;; TJothjer: night about chicken-

way ; perhaps in a' day or two ho doors old Rigaud lay. and reeked house Ing': and a changing.!: The prayer of which Is full or stagnant; waters and roo tin' time I I was' a settln' In th'

may come to feel what a cpmfort It little of the Htorm. Yet he could not I.educ He" t the publican and the prayer of the swamps Infested with mosquitoes hOl'8rf'adln' trv my Bible when 1
Presently Pail arrjvod.
would be to him to have a young gentleman sleep. lie gut 'up in his hard narrow walked In past old' :Nanon. nodding words prodigal of Jesus alike-placed both on of human them lipfreveal the While the proximity of t he,* sea- and heaps! fhyne sliootln'outside.. 1h' .oT

like yourself aUout the placo. bed l'Iasplnhili/ bony hands kindly t'o her. and caused Uattlste to -- a strong! sense ot sin. I1 the abnormally cool temperature of woman wh out thah a-feedln tbi'

"It cannot' 1 lx said to he an Inviting\ : round his knf'es. and drawing the old conduct him Into the presence of his was the penitence, the confession of the summer of 1907 had an unfavorable : chickens.. I Mnt paid no 'tentlon t*

\- 111\: '...." said Mont>leur Lednc sheet round,him closely\ and lit- waited master. sin that got hold of Go"'" heart of Influence upon the growth of't'Je. I that thah sboomi'. Putty soon th' ol

:-:0.: no, but blood, Is thicker than for the noise and clamor to cease. Paul did not hesitate; he went mercy and brought forgivenessA plant, It. however covered the expert\ I woman comes In, ra(>kln' kind o' paid I'

water," said 13attlst-; "and I there Is Suddenly quite suddenly, came a straight!:! up to the old man und held weakening of the sense of sinn mental! water. In a short time with :a an' nahvous.

not a more friendless man on earth sound through: all the din of the out both Ms hands.' "Come, my a wrong against God will of necen- layer of about six centimetres. (Ci.'Wl: '"_"What's th''' matteh vQr woman?" "

than my old master""i 'tempest which. drove the color from uncle" he said. In a clear, strong city destroy weaken the the desire for salvation Inches), which: suffocated nil the moe. I says. .. I 1
of the
will think about it." Bald Paul. his haggard!; (cheeks leaving,,; him \livid.It power cross, make trio I "
voice, "welcome t the only child of the Christian life Itself superficial qulto larvae below and prevented t A lot o' them lllghtoworn.Is\ out

turning on his heel and with. short was the. report of a gun followed your hinter who' (' h'ows thing. If there be no Kin, how can living/ Insects from depositing, tfielr thah _a-hootln' at me,"" she .a t

nod to the old\ sVrvatit he walked off by a loud, wild, inexpressibly piteous himself to bealtosetner_ ; at your service Jesus be a Saviour? why wlll, men eggs In the water.' The final omclal 'Now. I don't like that!, Je

lupldlv toward CJoucy.; howl and then silence need salvation? A man may wrong: findings] will" soon be announced. !! I shootln1 -'round about my house"an
"What were > ou Baying to thatone" He scrambled out of bed and stood his neighbor: ; he can sin onlv against: that strictly\
"So you arc my sister's son? mid Is, however reported a skenrln' up all them chickens_ whim
bald old :N'amxn.: who was haim- panting, listening breathlessly at t the Ood. The true conception of sin -sppears' -
haa been
Monsieur Rigaud.,,; peering up .t him scientific and practical proof they orto be a-goln f roost an' maybe *
in Psalm I 61.4) had
N \\I\K' out a couple of blouse on the door He heard footsteps, some one from under his. eyebrows. "Then 1 wronged his own moral: nature David: had made In the I laboratories. Director klllln' a calf crltteh or somethln.
the front ,door shout from
opening a
htrlngs In front of the haute"Who" I
have some claim on you eh? wronged: Uriah; had wronged Rathnheba Bartmann several years ago; <-omimun"ioated So I lays down my nible an' I goes q
To Monsieur Haul and, Battlste a shrill cry from :Nanon. no "Body and soul, my uncle! Body ; had wronged society and the his method to the mosquito- ovah In th' ('o"'f'h an' picks up my .

.Mademoiselle's. only son ?" ( other voice; and presently his old and soul! answered Paul, seating godly; commonwealth ; but his chief destroying commission at Kltvllle. on Winchester an' I looks qut th' wit.

"He in no way resembles his! servant knocked at his door exclaim himself.! "I am altogether! at your wrong was done to God. "Again- the Rhine, which has used It repeatedly deh. Thah stands ftve o' them High'
mother" said !Nanon, sharply "What ing"Let me in, Monlseur It Is all aarvlre. Treat with confidenceand Thee, Thee only, l have sinned."
mo with good success especially as outside fence with tbeh
were; ou sa>lng': to him? right ; don't be afraid the rascals arc A lost sense of sin will lead to a towehs my
I will be and of
your son your pro- lost the discoverer furnishes free t'Jes' drape a few. bullet
Christ. guns.:
Principal Forsythe, In
done whoverer they may be
"I was- consoling him for the bad ,
tector. his "Positive Element In Preaching" charge, the necessary plants from the amongst "em an' goes back t' MITreadln.
reception hemet i with from the onlyrelative "You are sure it is all right? h3
Meanwhile BaUIRle/ olng heavily declares that the weakness" of modern experimental waters In the park of .' '_
cried, tremulously undoing the door c' y
the lad has left in theworld
poor "Poste! What do you mean by all' beck to his wife, was struck by the preaching, Its lack of effectiveness is the Grand! Duke of Luxemburg at /'' 'Nex' mohnln' I goes out an' looks
sight of his old Nanon standing/ motionless due to a diminishing sense of sin. live
brIch. been
B had
whah them Hlghtowehs
"So the master received him bad- / ? and ho stepped[ back terrifiedar Dr. Henry O. Norton '
: b _th\ _Rarden[ gate, with hw said-Jn-prlnL a ------- ,/ ,standln''afT-lhejrVss-alt Bonelmtfo' '* --*1
"Tv*" said Kanon, With a chuckio"'Well the gpertarlw-which KrseleJ hiseyes. \ hands hanging; idle at her side. few years ago that one of the thingsfor a -

1& I'm not sorry If be can't receive The body of the unfortunate "CoaiCi' Kanon," he exclaimed which he was profundly thankfulwas THE; COURTESY. OF SP JH. ..' "-ChicagoOewli.: .
dog extended In a hideous death at that God had granted him a sense ---- +
his own flesh and blood hero !; --- ,y'
"what ails ?
you of his personal slnfulnesi. Large Well.Known Njrne..
his feet. : A. Exhibited In a Spanish BoardingHouse A 'j
what should he do with ? "
strangers Pouf" she exclaimed, throwing I.
; salntshlp always grows side'by side ,
"Who has done this? he ex In New York. --
Battiste knew thatOanon': heart
(Hit her arms. "I breathe again. with a large sense of slnfulness.-
claimed. ""'ho \U thp-rascal? What Among the many namesakes of
wan sore because she had allowed What Is It about him. the man you The fundamental1 factor In theol- L
herself to dwell on the hope that tills. does It mean' / call Paul Leduc that' gives me the ogy", Is a right doctrine of sin. If I, At first sight a New York Spanish Thomas Jefferson U a colored man

"" time Mpnsleur Rigaud would have robbed and murdered In our beds! there will be of this spent his time In humble but useful
brought home her precious darling. passed br w-lh( his light, quick step alongside a superficial an ideal school of politeness. but a soJourn -

--- .J\1a.deInoJaeUjL Antoinette ,.so.Leheld cried oM ,-Nanon who stood by In then andhIa..mUe.dox.1'Cl'J'.oDe_I..felt.AS. definition of tbe person and In a first class casa de huespe employment lie wheels ashes end
.It a bad moment to tell her that he st grot !lue ornTghtgl'ar"Some' if the Evil Eyo had fallen upon' me! -work-of Saviour Jestis'Christ; He will-be not had been persuading the nephew not one has sborxUie. miserable animal!." a ; a Redeemer but only a courtliness.It doors ot- the .houses\ In one of the
"Dame! Wh&t an old fool you/are reformer of social '
to go away only he showed her the :But how cobAd they get in? Rascal growing. I felt as If my'own youth Tbe urgent need In modern IIr..Ia Is. la about all the average American districts of a New England town.

napoleon; but even the sight pi 'tha,. jild you'not loVc the front door? lived again and'though t what a comfort clear view and. profound conviction boarding house can do. to be Tie has learned' through the rvants ..

cold rather to his discomfiture 'did cried' Monsieur Rlgabd_. turning upon it would be If Monsieur would of sin as lawlessness against Ood. barely civil at brea.krast'U, but the In these hous s many ltems,

" r .not restore her equanimity or give his servant. make oVer to him dot and daughter Until men'are brought to see character little shy eyed Sevllllan preceding her of Interest concerning his employersend.thelr

" lierVmore favorable. opinion. -of the > ,?Dam J!,.. ,,Yes.,I,locked *;?.'he. an.swered. and""let" us live In 'peace again." ,.and conduct and., bellet, 'In 'tbe' tall Catalan husband her.pan-y cafe families! sad !has adeclae4 *.. f
scratching hla head. "No light of their relations and responsl
lonor.: belief In his own Importance to their
said old "her to
"Heaven forbid Nanon, bends entrain
blllty to the Divine law all social bet '
one has been In, the shot wasNfircd ** .
Monsieur*. Rlgau!! !!!l.heard thg retreat- crossing herself. terment will be but superficial and even the new coming Americans, welfare : .
ingatepsof his nephew.followed by through the window. and he pointed distinct Onus day the hej.l of one family j
temporary. If there be a clear sense throwing to them even a very
the servant. He eat Htlll. but was to the broken glass that lay. scattered CHAPTER IX. of sin against God 'there will be the "Buenos dlas." If- It hat Become went out Into his back yard. ant.

annoyed by the franctlc. displeasureof on the ground. -On the Monday on which Arthur accompanying sense of guilt, of condemnation Spanish there Is a "Ha'p'Irlo. fitly seeing the negro: at work over the ash! ,

the dog.", His airiuitltij.was/ rmall ; There was no more sleep for aiy Denstone had promised to return to \he felt need of an atonement trio elliA manana," or "Muy linda ezla: barrel. said affably : !:

lie had hardly touched the' roll of of the three that night, and they were Liverpool he heard 'from his uncle of forgiveness. man na" following. "Let's see. what's your name!" /

bread that lay 1)fhis I>late. He tookIt thankful when morning came. Theirmaster's extending his leave of absence for \Vantf'd-A ministry, preaching, "Thomas Jefl'son' ash" was 'the re- 'I
exit from
For real courtliness the l
a theology, that will restore a fading
t terror had"at last Infectedthe .
up peevishly and threw It to the another week as he and his wife-had Ply.
sense of sin the dining room, morning noon or .
< The half-famished brute leaped two old servants, and they consulted determined accepting an Invitation "
og. upon
night, especially at the two latter\ "Ah said the man. "I think-I
It with unurl of enchantmentand together what should be done. to stay with some friends durIng -
upon \ Immensity of lire Universe.Suppose meals, Is all but a pageant. am quite sure-I I have heard that DaJOG'hetore.
tore It to pieces.. "The dog: could not have been shot the Interval. that. a 'row of telegraph ."
When meal Is finished the senor
Nanon came tn- to. clear!: away the for nothing said Battlste deliber Arthur was very glad of the time, posts, twenty-five thousand mll>along Tnos' M 'hfttrdr**...
"Ta. salt llkely"o
from (Colombia starts from his seat, one has designs were erected around the earth
reakfast. uponus. there was so much to do and settle at "
at the which happens to be at the end at It. said the negro, showing his white
equator that wire
"Monsieur has finished? she said. home. He lost no time about Tommy, suppose '
were stretched these for the dining furthest from the teeth. "I's done shoved ashes an'
Monsieur l Rlgaud's upon posts room ,
nerves were so
nodded. he and to find
He "Nanon began being fortunate enough a
this circuit of wheel bar'la out o' dls alley fo
twenty-five thousand door. To his own table mates there I yer
suddenly, "I think 1 want my daughter. completely shaken that he could only vacancy in a good naval school he miles I
and that then "
another complete las' ten yeaM.-Youtb. Compan
io. Is polite "Buen provecho, to
look at them with a kind of pitable e
. took him there and entered him at circuit were taken with the same
Nanon gave a cry of delight. look, as If asking for protection once to the boy's great delight, for wire around the same posts and then which each person responds either ion. ((

,, ""Thanks to the good God! she ex- "Monsieur," said old Battlste, at the Idleness at home had never beento another, and yet another-In fact let -..., - --

."... claimed. "At last He answers my last speaking In a kind of coaxing:, his taste. The affairs of the stately the wire be' wound no fewer than The Field of I-abor. Prominent People.

prayer. Nature awakes at last, you wheedling way. "If Monsieur would pair of lovers continued to pros- seven times completely about this The Jurisdiction of the Clgarmak- Admiral Evans says tbe Maine
bear We both old great globe-we should then find thatan International Union includes the should be raised. '
recognize: that you possess one that only reason. are per, and It was decided, to the great er. '
owes you all duty, and who will| give she and I now, and though our cour- relief of the Denstone family, at all at electric one end signal would sent accomplish Into the wire the United States, Canada. Cuba and At St. Petersburg Former Chief ot

age Is as good as ever, we are not as Port Rico. Police Lopuklne was sentenced tos
love. events, that there was no reason .
you seven circuits in one second of time
Bostonfaa\ .) Bartenders' Union five years' penal"servitude for belonging j
"You answer for It? She will\ love : stroifg: as we were thirty years ago. what ever for delaying the marriage, Telegraphing to the stars would for the to criminal associations. \
has made an appropriation
me, Nanon? Nanon threw out her Will Monsieur' not listen to the voice and that It should take place withina however be a much more tedious purpose of booming Boston as the After simple services Falrharen. :t ;...

arms with a large 'gesture.: "The of nature? His natural protector hat month. matter. Take, first, the rase of the next convention city of the International Mass.. the body of Henry H. Rogers \,

love of a woman Is as wide as the hand ; Mademoiselle Loulsn's only\ Towards the end of the week one very nearest of those twinkling points body. Was placed In tbe family' tomb la (

sea" she said. "Is she not the childof son who auks leave to act the part I morning, Mr. Denstone came Into the of The light namely, Alpha Centaur) In tbe Birmingham (England ) Riverside Cemetery at that place.

the sweetest woman that ever of a son to Monsieur! to help him breakfast room with the postbag, as message transmission to the distant of sun a telegraphic would, Indeed district the employers have with- Professor Jeremiah W. Jenks, of

found her home too soon In heaven" even with money. Let me summon usual In his hand, and began bandIng tax the patience of all con drawaPthelr notices of a reduction In Cornell -defended college Instructor! ,

"I will send for her" said Mon- him. Keep'him with us, at all events out the contents to those present. cerned. The key Is l pressed down engineers' wages of one shilling a against a charge of being Influenced

sieur Rigaud. "She will protect me, for a time. Doss It not seem as if There was one for Arthur which he the Circuit Is complete, the message week for a period of six montb'.otbat in their teachings by protected In t

..r and-" he went on muttering to Heaven sent him to be our protectorat scarcely looked at for the moment bounds off on Its journey; It winds Its a strike Is averted. terests.

Mmself so low that Nanon could not this moment? and one from Mr. Alfred Denstone why along the wire with that velocity .;;-;, . .. .. .
sufficient I ......"" ,." ," ',. ...,.",.... ....
to It hundred and
hear his words "I teal the. need of "Nanon. said Monsieur rcigaud I to himself. Mr. Denstone opened carry one *

protection. If only from myself. Allis faintly, what, do you say? the litter1 from his brother and began. eighty thousand miles in a single second : '
of time. Even the nearest of NEAT PRINTING
safe all Is secure ,et. Saprlstl! "Do not ask me. she answered to read It aloud : the stars li, however.;Sunk Into space

"What has come over me?" After gruffly. "The world must be strangely "My Dear Brother-Since Arthur to a distance so overwhelming 'that S

Nanon had left' the room he got; out changed when thieves come. afteran : left us. a slight change has taken the message woutd be four years on Creates a good impression monl'':'. your correspondents .

his writing case; the ink had grown empty cupboard/ I place In our plans. Mr. John Evans, the wire before reaching: Its destination : and helps to give your business pres. J

thick and dry;' he poured a little "But it Is not quite empty," said whoso place your boy was eventuallyto and there are stars so remotethat ) 11 .. tige. We do neat printing at reasonable prices ,

water into the bottle and shook it. Monsieur R'gaud. "See, you are my fill, has recovered from his Illness. If the news of Christ's birth had

The writing It produced was pale and oldest friends"-4ie spoke tremulous i But he will never be the same man A.been D.telegraphed 1 It would from now Bethlehem have been In t......."'_.._.._...,-,.._,.........._,,...,....
weak. ly-"In that black box are my little"ceononll's. again, and must give up work alto- speeding on for nineteen hundred I -..------ -

"My Dear Daughter-During the Not much, my friends, I gether and go abroad. Fortunately, years without arrivingYet '

past year I' have sacrificed my own very little ; but I preserve them with be has good private means and' was it would take but eight; minutesfor KISSIMMEE r;

feelings to your Interests and kept care. It Is a dot for Antoinette.! not dependent on his salary. He a telegram: to reach' the sun.-

you at school and away from me. Our "Ha! ha! said old Nanon "now I wishes to remain at his desk another The Christian Work and,, Evangelist.

u 4-lrcu instances are such that I felt understand..' Yes yes,"..ehe exclaimed : couple of months to wind up everything -

that a good education might be of becoming as eager as her husband and leave no unnecessary con- Divorce RIVER ROUTE.:

service to you In the future when Iam "at all hazards: that must be pre fusion to his successor; therefore I Divorce tears up the root and pulls ,
away the foundation's. of the family
no more, and you may find it the served. It altogether changes my have agreed that Arthur should not A
and family life." Differ as we mav
\ easiest mode of gaining your bread opinions. Courage Monsieur; let us begin his new duties for tha; time.It about the ground on which divorce 8TIILUfB:1LILLUII: STEAMER: ROSEU.DA. i i

' But now I have returned home, and send for this Monsieur Leduc. As Is our wish to show Mr. Evans .may be allowed, there Is a consensus' Captain Clay Johnson, Sr. Captain Clay Johnson. J*. **

; I find that my healttrls not what It Battiste says we may be flying In every poslWe consideration and markof of opinion In all churches that divorce Regular v.ekly trips to Baastncer a'A4 return Ros ads leaves.Klsslsssa r

was. I have grown nervous. One the face of Heaven." respect. Nevertheless, I do not Is a menace to sorletv and *. TuMday-morrilnc. sad arrives rtlsslmmea Friday evening x

can do well without women when one "To-morrow then you may sum wish Arthur to waste two valuable threatens ruin to the home.-Bishop Special Charter ps to Lake Oke.o5obe. and Fort Myr oa the UBtfeOemfortabU

is strong; but when you are not well\ mon him," said the old man,1untly. months In Idleness,' and for this rea- William C. Doane -. accommodation for passengers. Rates reasonatla.
one wishes for them. Your mother After Battlste had served his mas- son I think It highly desirable that -- Social-, Unrest. The most picturesque Wttemrar In Florida

has been dead a great many years. ter's breakfast be walked over to he should In this Interval endeavor to Social unrest Ig the most hopeful F.r Paaaengar aod. Freight Rates apply to., / }

Had .he lived, I should doujitless Goucy'; He was only Just In time! for perfect himself In speaking!!: and. writing sign of the time; without it there ran CLAY JOHNSON. 8R-, Proprleto, ); .'
have recovered Immediately In her the landlady in whose house Paul \: French. t
Klsstmnaee. f
be Rev. Stelzle.
no progress.- Charles : Oa board "LllUe. I1gs..7 tf
society the sense of security ud t, duc was lodglntf'laformed him that I t'o bt Continued. ,

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to the same tog.ther ..
'1" ,_ a&t coat, of to oach pay.. .the .. .iM be falls soW at ho"n public eet auction oppo.l&0" th.6th day o.t July, A,. D. 1110II. .t of. the \ 0\-\ 9'
4' and !'tmt of I'luld.' < \ : 0I I ,
KIHIm In thai County of Oncoolad' ; \ < t. Motloo li '
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. ... .. and In : ; / f r Contracting: and 'Bult'Hni: arfa Furnishes Estl- : / )l

.. -'" I 4' brace lb. ( LllhQf"'m1 size or Dimensions whether Jir :

1 e.l/ofnw"41! Inaa bmrMi cor runs.n W yd., n 811'<. life 81 D AwE-- .. . .. : ..... 880 OnceoU. : ) : r ( Two-Room Cottage of a Tourist Hotel (
W HUydu9Jyd..WOyda t . .. 10 aa9ti 11- 40 B... Oliver . . . . 8A0 I __ \'
Nwliof ao't . :: < Ill 1. 4'I, HalHdam. Mr.4U .I. ..... I A2 j I '
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Hiiltofaj'4, >. ... IW. file 880 DaaghtryJaa'. boring
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w Y Ilex w,:411..di..110..d..U\.do.eourafnwt4ofn&4rota: ;; ; ;; '; ; .. n 110 yda 24 ,Out .814: 10 Qort'iT K . ... ..:.: . .... 108 ship CertI 24 .& } ,I \(' \) !: : I' he. has meWrilh the greatest success \\'I ,'"

of .''a of Qw'i' tural of man in Florida:
.Betr 11i V la of nw cur h any. ,
1t runaS10yds.Nnydawl0lydanI'0( > 31 8e; "BY 3 MoC1u11andSM. .. : .. 410. .T9wn.bp :A1. < ; ,
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? ;; ' "ft.1 r4 of "w"' '' Cerll6clte ?
BcK2Aydnnur M car i work
and it
>II> 1-fl yil AW 28 yda ral ,. Fiia ;
76 yda-w < ) Kissimmee
runs n . ., 2l I ,
83 8Se 5 Al n-man Mra rJD.McLauxhlln / ,
Z-S yda a P80 yds v I -
... Z 1- yda nil" 'i hip :.III.' "' Quickly done. t .
.bodl.'k".1( nw'_ of .
B.17.dll'i... 0S'n 1t Setout Certllli'.t !
" ; Stn I D L .. 61 .. .,
2' 82 e ral <'orn.. :
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J.mlM1 .. Y't'( 654 14'11' Ad'ieaon Henry i :2H ccrtlflcate I. < ,
Nw of ode" 1 4I Slu 4'I Walimn II A 1 64 ral Coui >..u ; .
: II 2D. ale 411/ llarla.T! W.f' 1 64 | ) ; ; I ;
Sw'.i''' of nw'iN no1.' I .::01. {Sue 40 HariNir, M V I 16 4 .bll'2.), I : : ,
of '
li..rhorWI'. 100 SOUTH
6 26. 80e 20 Ccrtlflm.u 1
C1 N'S''f ..1of oain'aofn'rofnwtPinO4'. 4' .r .. . ....9 I .264!-a t I luk tp, Til.0 HaUH'r. ....rWF W F 22R:: ral Com|...ny | : ] I :

I W ofn Oaf au''. .. 4 du :Yte lit( Harper W K . I 1119 ilol"| :..1."uII : I I .' .
N't"Of I I'O! :: b .40 I'alrlcl'' J J "... 1 51 Ccrtlflotu 1 \
1'1. or owls
1.01.1 ._ '. I 1 :161. :Son ''ill TmilallJ B 3 Itt rnl ('" ". | (
164 L. H. INGRAM :
Unknown Proprietor.
10 2tls IOu 40
Swig Of1lU"4H ship :24! !; .
of ( aw't' n "'..8Im + .
tog, n. o mn
M cor *
4 w 7.68 the a V.J<' the i 7.6S cli. .. J J 1'u 1401, 1 \Unknown 1rl The sail,! ; -
i o1nw'.of'll".a..dn'.of.o,1' ' 14Uo 7 ..'u tae ID" llaun J 1) 161 the NMiauce :
Why 1I0 :9c'" 40 lewder Mrs P Ella 16,4
17 1
; 1 N. a of ne'4 uf Unknown.Ultima Sale and Boarding
i > at InunMctlun" < uf a line of lot 2 and 0'1' 1 . : ,
of way. Fla. Mid Ky run. n-w. .terly .
4, } Ionic; rt of .way J",. cha a-weatorly at cordlugxn
right. anirlmi with Bald rlirtil of way to a 2siHe 15; >. Rolit ENtte .. 2 494 the Mh day \ .
1 line of 'lot .' thi-ni-e) along naid, a line to ben I' :* ;
All of nt el nwrh of-twit lyinic no of rtof '"- __WIIIIC.' ) with New Stock and Vehicle und pre- ..
way of Fla Mid Ry 13: 264 264 0 liana rw OS |.KAI.| meet all tleiuauda with perfect oatUfactloa. -
All of n', of nw' of ne'i' ;Jy-inif aw of rtof
way of FlaMldliy; I'1 ,*: 2i 14 >n nmi on J W 116! .
hog 140ydawof' -no cur of nw'4 of nw'4runa Clerk (' ,
a 21ft w 4I" ft n7ft a II-ft to log H ;.',. 7'v' UnknowTV 1 inl HAULING A
N&((4 of nw1" of n..'4 "I 2a; :, I' McU lvera>lohn M s.t \ ) I SPECIALTY
IS 'a "e 40 Ink now n N 1 '
:twUofavUN.l __
of aka 29 25. 21e I" Croaby, J W & 1 M
All ',' -
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Bell. nwr.orQfnw' of n 4 run 1 ( ) : ';
, chB a 6.24 L'hN lo rl of w.y of A C I L I<> of C. H. f' .
sail uf I I-. I" (
chi then then wr.lorlv'.lunll'nto bow . .rt. way.. .I"I 2'" :1u 1." .11 Ooual.ea I Mr. M L. 616 of Otfceolii .............'.....a..'............,.................
i1.t .. stub |10 me. .
NAHl-1)< 'SSl:E. .
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Hlut-k 13 Unknown 64i preH'rlb",1 b : WHAT IT MEANS !
i Lot Block 'iW'i Unk now n .. 6: barred. aud | ; : 0
\ Block K. .. Unknown . hi I, will Lake \ ) d"> not know. what Bniib silt' ,gtnl IM for. or the ditferenoe be- :
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IIENDON' I\An I{. d.'rlglI"1. little or no ''.lo"" a 'largo capital, 0

Lots 2' anil 21 . H 'a gee Unknown 1191'. A H\NK! AI'ITAL, AND 81TKP1. !
"r Lot I' >a .>le Brown li TW'i I Onft 1 1 ( ,protertr.the (\" RUNNYMEtiK the dcpo, ltorx. hare Till- bank haHli a
II 141o,4t 'n ''nk now n I',;\ Fcbruaiy : uf I iO.('',' j Lot
trnknowD 77 : ,. fund nr I.IN.l i 'on' .
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Lots 1 .II'
U . 61 I ....' ,
loQllI Block "S. 1lnknawn l I llsbllily 'ut l IKK) 'oil : '
tau 6 Block 79 Unk".wn "I 1 \ ) .. -. -, .
A total irf |n >."HI mi :
? KI -IMMUI: ti'% I Soil k Is hot w. intlxt I Isar III'.'004,01" ( lx.f">re our ,ilipnilliir.' could lone a i .
of !the Hiwnl ; I ] tI.." IH fur "ot'. .
: l KUH1V.MJNAL>I> FONLul i ,
..lfla k '.. W....".I II W 91 tinlH < iiuiit\ I I ( '
iiiK'f reel l .,. ( BANK OF KISSIMMEE !
: ; i I 1'I.A.1 1 LANn AND 'IMP IO:S AUDI ION | | ,
flout of 'luh > : .. -SICIti -- :
Lot L li... bog. run w 1416 r. o I"
ft e (liD ft n l'l f.Mt 1 ulim IIIMA Ijnalil .. ......So.. . \( )hit'h Wilt I ). I BAIMMtR.' FLOe\/OA. :
lot runs. w III foot n 2P' fl r 111. rt Ife.ritiiiiiih 4 I 0 I
ft . .. i liulkcr. K f I : o. i i I 'lfM I KK N B \KSON i
ll"1 Uncn Ilic : I I ,
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ItoK 'Micoitu-r Uit ruiiM w lot fI n duo I nt \ n i .I'r".Io'IIt I i hh' 0. "

fl <. 10. ft H fin: it' \I"lh..J' T. I .7i, Jioutli' of : I ...."\.................,.............,.....:.,.,.....
I'ICKRENSS'I8 IIIVN) OF LOT 1 ; \\n\ofllii. ) 1 \ I
407.,__ Hritu Tom I 'It sonl,i rid. of : : l :
"Bf I HT B'-- \1'1111'1"-; u art on HAH! > I : I
t All Block M. 1.I Ilot -mail, MMMl I 5. 1'1.1' of .. i | { [
Sh.. makiiK Nub L'i.of / I 1 t S WAGON WORKS
II""K fit ft n of nw cur. HIK| I 1 i nn.nt I\0 fi ( ,, ,
tuintv u' ) l llolll.
lIu'k.l0'1C811 280I
ft. 'ft a Illfto'90ft' ,
t I UPK nw e.,r I'lfc' Tl i fhw n "I< ft'fi\ ft .. I ;
- I'ukvow. 1Alle".w' 1t ,, VEHICLES
ft w "ft n .. U Itu, -- III | l lllourl \ MADE TO ORDERAT
llloohI.' watcto, lJ .91
Ixit* Iqs I k 1 li-BH l .' nw corwiirl lot an I l / I I
611; f/ :" fill, "} ft W ft Ii..I, :>.Lo 1\11':: Eat'i rill;doe *>\ I I I REASONABLE PRICES.
B.w... nor. Itlix'k O rots n 7'. ft; thence tu "III.!: ( I
rt of win) of A U I I It> thence H- .
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/ ..'...t..I.| uluiiK rt of nav ; 11 ,Ihea \v t to ( I rk-of-
'Iva a 11..1. I IIn.t,, 'I I , , \ i I n ;. I R"111It1''i I i i H'-- -i 1 <'I"MIniii' rii ",. 1 .. !. I '
t I I 'tJh, 'lint I 6 old |' | | i ( / I \ : i Done by First- Workman.
u'llii! ,Nn } ,,
!'TltJt'J..M xl'I'PlfiiN :1"N> ( i I ' '
I.ilk 'l>etter '' I l i
)4t4.n IIr Hlk Cl; rnna H "M W.12 f. w HI'' .
ftn tt' -ll'f..I''fl.1 Hum-i-j Mr- I I5 : 8'.AD" '
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a E'sof' tiw i of ';'hf Tw . -' ': 2..., f. ILMii.o. 51.oe .... ""- o ,_ ._ Proprielror.E .

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1, JlSsatlaJdSuBsJJItJ&JdtlarY r11.J.yll.e. ly4aJhr..jk4 fr ! i Yq J J

*..* :r F1EkTILIZI{ OST y:Nfu ; ;. ift.l 0 :.;: .l_ ;: ," J N'Yq A., ?LOLL' Proprietor: _--;.

I i t "' : IDEAL 111 esJt1-. antr JtQ I I 0 7. l I I; .--XXOE1MT .FOR Gas Engines' .

/ Many seem to think that!' ufti'i' tin.. cm* Tvv'h' *> tree, are. 7roing, .
.4 to mature II .uniu \\ fti' inn) aii\"' hinif tfi("\ iiivsim. on fortillzc-i, t-4 t Outfits.

t : clear iraln, but actual/ ,le nlis II''' ''( IIIILI a Minnir .r f"'I'liJlziolC' eosts I lit i : / .

less than nullnni lt\ I inaiciiiiaoh i fruit,! ,a little 1'1I1''r nianv boxes

e" are uddtiJ to the crop and, the fruit, bl'lll414 a liltrlier i>rvriieu. a JI.II'j' 0 : ; RENTED OR REPAIRED *

luxuriant growth of hearing wood i h a. nece6suly. fonndlbuon, for a an

.4f j' large crop next veai, and, still! flintier gain w ,"<'en in the ton 'Iioo of .1 ; \ WELLS. DRIVEN) ANY DEPTH -,

? the treeii If their vitality has been kept up they are better prefraj-etl II' '

': for winter and for strong Sprintf action thou trees: that have beco e .

J .IJI thoroughly exliaust and have to be nursed up| before they can reoi JJ
a all Kinds Workjj
i BpotiJ to the call of Sp;-sig.w ) !1 EMU. .. Repair ,

, {, tQ Call on our local azent.WATERS & CARSON GROCERY t.i .1"

address .........a. c aBr. ... -.......... aBr.A.- tkutJ6u1I &. \

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Wilson & To Fertilizer lU.) JaWlIe.::! r g 3 4

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a t 4. t Fancy Family Groceries/ .= ;

p. i t.t #Fresh Meats. S : << .J

lit Delluery Every; Day at any ]Hour Patronage Soliclteo 411 _ v'V" _ _

'>'i Jr.1 .b,8ea6 J4t ., IL aL Jd4sA. J11a,8. ana.. l.tansM..1, xlSaalSlstlaaflkJBJAutaJ. -

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l. :,d'" Malsby Machinery Co. To I Suspenders 15 t050c-' -

f.', t:. 22 OCEAN 8T . . : '. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. -
'I.r '. a;. 1 ,, Portable and Stationary Jnlrlne.!) '
r4; Saw Mills, Wood-workln r Maohin- Children 6 pair $1.00. ,

,g ere Shingle Mlllg, Lath Mills, and Pullman .
?k* z general line of lupolies. Complete St.
ri 4ylx. I i In* carried In stock for immediate \ a ods on the Market These Prices.

hr hipment Sold on easy terms.
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?', It will pay: you to consult us before For tl !! '
buvinir. Postal will bring our sales CAt : :]
lr a +aNt' man. Write for Illustrated catalogue STORE

and price. t
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