Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: October 20, 1905
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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MORE REWARD Forage Poisoning- THE SCHOOL. BOARD'. Citizen Replies to Mr. torrEDTTPB -


By C. F.. PAWSON, Station Voterlna- ; OAZETTK:- r '

rl.n. Lake City, In your( last,Issue 1 Plod % ootnmun-- OSCEOLA PHARMACY] .
IS OFFERED Full Report of the Regular MeetIng :
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Forage Poison g. otherwise known loatlon over the signature of P. W. : .

.. under the. Corr In which he cb.UeopsO i
names oerelro-splnal men Heli.Oct. 3rd.. I \ j

Ingltts, grats-stagger'or blind-stag . name the !-'ntireasonable and absurd t

)'tock Growers Association I BoIne gars U a disease wblcb occurs not only questions'* used In the September examination .. ,S.

'. In Florida every summer ,but also KlSSIMMEB:, FLA., Oct 3rd, 1906. and proposes to answer "You aretaf? when you have'our' ,

Good' Work over a large portion of the Certral The members of the Board of Publlo them.. ; Prescriptions filled, by 'us. We. :
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and Eastern'parts of tbe United State*. Instructionmet" to regular aesstoti; 'I have hsvd.roy say and respectfully make it a point to be extremely? .

In Florl ,.It. aeeme to occur oftenest there being present 'C. E... Franklin, decline any further,discussion of 'the ", cautious and accurate in this work'

TO STOP DEPREDATIONS. along: the East Co'ast. A. the'name Ohm.; J. Strickland and J. B- Tumb. matter I expressed not only my individual because ,
realize the fj
we i'rave.da.n.
I lace aleoyY.l.SearsrSupt. f17
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.. indicates, It U caused by poisonous>> judgement, but the opinion-

' plants, or more strictly speaking, by ,The minutes of tWla.il' meeting"were. every roan and woman with whom I ger envolved, in a, Pharmaclefscarelessness.

Fe.oe Csttern sad Other Vandal diseased forage such a* fermenting read and approved.. bad any conversation the sujeot, or Quick \ Qlve. .us a call l and ;.t. 1''

Are to:Be' Vigorously: Pro**.. grain' and hay, or buy grasses. which Treasurer- Gilbert reported. ,. ai. follow -. who spoke of the questions In ray hear* 1 IIYery"" send us your prescriptions. i'. 1

*: ,y. Inf. If P. W. Corr wishes to deflnd '
& cuted By the Aasociatlo. hare matted together near the ground :; .. w
; .. To tbe Hon.; Board of Public Instruction (a sad Day or rUrbt *.
and become mouldly. Sour or mouldy for 00014 county the questions l ,J am quite willing that "

From the Times Union:,, silage has"also produced the disease. I herewith tender mv report t.treO. be should do so; but nothing he' maybe THE LEADING 'DRUG STORE'

in' of Oaoeola count ... south able to say 'would 'produce any .
Iq.addition to the reward' offered by a. has also stagnant pond-water urer ( ) we tht OO -

the Couott Commissioners of Osoeota which, vegetation !Is decomposing. 'of September A. D: 1005; change In the view, X bold; nor 'do I

eatee ba also SCHOOL'FUND. believe that he would succeed hi oonIoololf -
I County' for the arrest and conviction Mouldy or worm- corn .

of any party or parties guilty. of fence come !in for its"share of blame aa a Tnhalano from fat. mi, ,in ;',....H..t'' ,lIe HI any one.thatthe use of, quei-
mule of To .m', fra Cnmpt I"flb rerternpv .... ette lions which have no practical bearing:
cutting, and other depredation. ?&;' 'It'affect horses and To amount real Iron Tirx Col taienlMU. lit 119
tC8u'f alike.. To sort no from. Tax Col poll 1U04:.... 8 CO Is no..r, to the malntalnanoe of .
against the Interests of Mock-growers: "'s ' i standard of educational qualification. C. A.. CARSON. JOHN M. Lat,' N. ad CARSON. .
and nr My-oWner., the SoutheasternStockGrowers' symptoms are as variable as the 9 644 1.5 "the P.14..t YIoe .... ..... ';' Crstrt.i:
- - - oausstandaoogrdingto their'nature' By warrenta5. per list 740 H ." I.claim the right to decide themttterfor r
; Association'.offers: a i
recognize'three "of the dl.e..e. To balance ,I' tee tJ ,self-snd I have done soID State Bank of Kisslttimee.Kissimttieey
supplemental reward of 1300p arid Is we types I .
1 moit':'rapidly fatal CHooL lOB-MCTafCT He ItTobalanc .'4, view of all the: points lathe case, ; J
the first '
also doing everything to put a stop to In there occur'a Jtyne/the weak. ; staggering ; *' from tat repnrt.,7r,,..,",.. 100 W fairly and honestl and my. decision. Is Fla f ;
such dastardly work acnooi/iua-mBTtioT KO. 2. "l ,
., !
'
final.- !
.'The notice of the reward offered by ir.lt. partial or complete paralysis To b..oCle' f-om la.t report.% lei 44 ; .gym-v 44

the association in the ;tdver' the throat blindness, twitching. of. ..be'' ToCompt Feb. reriemp.,.......,....... ... 0*. There are some special reasons why PAIDVPCAPITAL..y.... :.?...... I f> Bo OOO OO 'fTOCKHOLDBRS '
appears
rule. The TlOlXO 'decline to accept the banter thrown ABILITY.... ........ ;BO 000 OO *
columns and Is follows: muscles, and no foyer, as a
Using as down becomes delirious ,, By warrant, paid H pErllet.! ... vM out bfthl.gentleman. In the Ant DEPOSITORS 8S "RITV...... .... ._..... lOG OOO OO j
'The Southeastern Stock-Orowere'Association animal soon goes '
and through the >movements To 8al.no. ., .. ..| 100.47 place I made no attack on P. WiCorrt t "
organize for the promotion goes ...Atte.tior to .
Prompt *.4 alt. Matter .
Sbo.he 1 given
running aCBOOLCCB-DUTklCT .0. .. .t add do not even k.noj , or
of the best Interests bathe ..tookITOwera. pf .walking, .rotUnlf'or. : tr..ate4,,. u.. .ExchanKe good,at all. point' cheapest
This stage' 1*' soon To balance'.l"report. ..:.7T:. ,W what motive. be can have for 'offeringas ,
Its side. rate .
while *
fully appreciating the effortsOf ou By paid warnnua per .1 ..,...... | COTobaUno the of the que.t.loli.e.. SOLICITED.
the County Commissioners of Oa- succeeded by deep coma, and the ,animal champion t- ..,YOUR BUSINESS ),
*.....: .. TCH'Mi.ci'B.MiTaicT fei red Knowing nothingwhatever'ofthe
to.
!
,
hours
,few
.in a
to" fence- quietly expires _
ceola County
to a '
put stop
__ .' no. 1.To "y man, It Is but natural that I shouldseek
disease. The second
from the onset of the
cutting and other depredstion.detrlmental slowness bat. trcm Wt report....* 78 M for a reason for his''' taking, "bepo.lt.lon fI
to the brat 'Interests of stock- type; Is rat. manifested by By warrant' paid aa p rlUt'. ,ASTobalano In'a

Ilrowt'rl '.nd prop< In tall. It does not seem to me to be any ++44 # County
offer supplemlntal reward of $200) swallow and weakness the KtMIMHIBMlan. SCHOOL 60.11To '
& breathing business\ of bl.... .Some "anguestloashave r : ADVERTISEMENTS Scaled" Btd for the Leas of all'of l the; ;Ooonty -.
Tbe .
for tbe arrest. and conviction of any There Is no pain or fever. balane. .. ...,.: .. tOIl 72atMNOEB been.'made to that'do not add LEGAL Oonrlct of Onotiola Oootn7'"oriIIa", to
such acts and pulse are about normal and: (. KHOOL no. id, me I .one Tear, oommmoin on **W Mb day of NominW -
or guilty ,
party parties pf ; -t1.44t4 44444 +44. +44+ ,....
or ....40111IP.ld' luster-to his name; but 1 forbes accusation. e4+ ,:A.D.1WJ6. IXMW or | to irlva
and at this )time, desires to say that It a slight constipation exist In two To balance bond for ear and._aady at tb ar and to -
and cancelled warrants* It riiay be that his course Is dictated Notice .oi. Intention to 'aUoonvletatroaiUwooutyjalL Imn.... .
will offer 1M eoperatlon and assistance three. .,* the animal recovers or all considerations'that do' not Applyfor after eon'""'I..... HeHltimmtt'" for MU__
to Commissioners of other counties in I the foregoing symptom are Increased amounting In the grand t.ot.at; by Letters Patent .......promptly on theila* Monday'la eachrrttrr
Besslon. take the shape Indicated.In montn.Het burned In
In The throat paralysis I.is (746.94, were open :Board before tbe b* ....
the end that. the sererlty. on or
similar to '
a. way, and warrant. the BeoonS place P. W. Corr display Hotle I* fcerebr. given. that the nndenlinwl la tam, 10 mTh
day Konmber at a. *Ra.j
Bills approved .
right. of the propertyownerl be ;complete, the gait uncertain, com'. or were ; will app). totMovernor of the Mate ol' I tberllrbl to ..jeo' aU!.. ........"
of recklessness In hit Florida,on h2 rd da ...
Issued at follows: an amount 'Florida, at Tallabaaae. ; > | 8 t.hio 1Ioe... "
weak
protected through th> St.te.i sleepiness. appears, the p'ulse'ls of A,D. I90H for Letter Patent paa4 -. .
I'EJ.Ny.iI..o".r'b. L Li 1oULW'I':
...assertion that pofnt to unple..nlopenoDal =ber.: : [
oft'I'I'E'Cl' order of and slow the breathing Is labored. Mr* J H e'.Hte. .ML leach. Ho. !.... | MOubbaM "OBcEb1.A TELFPBONB. 8'1 01I.,
The reward Is rbarter,
Ra 1..1 46 0 render. followln proposed
I : and sort JoaTreTOB.IX
; dispute, any W.B. O. .
the executive committee of the association. Delirium now develops _theanlinal_ ON 7.:::. 4&00 ; the original'of which I.DO. on tIe In tb*offlncf ;-, ",
Ul.. Llaa.Buaob.05., ; .. SAO of controversy-with htm- undesirable tbe3arUr' *of Btateof' said Blau.Wltow '
The executive committee believer I goes down tb> spine become rigid Mian Kll: Uo.nlbg". .r... MOO who''' I amhe names Ibis UMbdarolSepMrnbrr, Administrator'! Notice I, ,
IS... 4011'IS. Without knowing: 1. D.WW.:\
that the offer of t l.rew.rd. together and there I* cramping of the neck and B Wluilow .. J. e.mamden
_, B Winslow 1Q 0Mla'OwrgluOwsns" I. charges directly that I''auvported'Mr.Uplloway ., o.; BKAOH. AUin-H' >* nniaiaf claimor' __
with the additional reward which the jaw. Death occur in about a" weekor ( IS... BOO AE.DONKOAHP th. *."*.. of Tbona ftilaa. eeed wUl peesent ..-
1e... MO In the primary campaign.11Thli A. VAN .0".W4 .
Ml** OeorIII.aw.a. aan to at*for Mymaat', t rop Fly' ltm <
Governor has'agreedtonoffer*. :iwlU ten day in these cases, JI'JIa.u..no... .. ,. .*.._'. .". f610.0- lea mere assumption, sad uu.eru.tLhou' d.wltbln' the Urn* proeoribwi. by a... or ta* .,
b..moa.a....., effect. ,.In tb*.third jor mild type the control tI.... .. t 2M........... snit.o.. fItOPOSSD.cBAaTaaoi"OacEoi ...EiEPfONE .am. wl'l be lore"er, barred and ..'l nereoodeb *.'*. ,. r
J w H c.1\ .. foundation. but Is.given aa a L---- ......4 eat.t.: wilt, make
The Southeastern Stock-Growers' Of 't.bellmb. and tall Is 0017'sllghaly e N a. 56.:..; so .lIr C6IIPA,., ,*" .eWmeulwllbtbe.bdarlr. . ..... .' .
Mary L. Meson; 46 M till fact! He further state that "there waian'Impression .. W J..r=
e Aiaoclallon was organized In thlt city affected. and the ability to swallow .. i* ". a ,211.!'! SotIII. 'certain'q 1I.ri.era thaiMr. Tb..acl.ralru. ..P.U.O'bora.: 1111\,..' as 00 in .r for lb* purpose ol twoomlns; Ineorpo I "deoeaeod., 1 ., _..- .
about eighteen month ago. Hon. s. U not lost There Is no fever. pain Ml.. M. Bowman, 4..., 850 Hollow would lower the stan. rued and forming aaorponuton nod.?and bj ; ; "
OalUklllof'MclDto.h Flit::'' U or unconscious movement, and the animal J Ktrlcklaud M BPS..so I ay .1".0'th. .....of U>. "..t.of Ptorida.od.r!
U. Creditors It
IBTumblln, M B P l. :; ? } -HI dard of educational quallaoattont'and U>*fnUovikfjpropoMd charter .b'.n Notice to l gstee..
president; Mr G. Murphy Braden- !show Improvement In four or C E Franklin' M B P I I./..' too bin ArtlcUL. Th. nmn ollh oorpontloa and Destributees.
W oil .e.araf.r7 *npt..V..........:..,.4 ..;.. W 00V.lleO..e'o that. "those woo supported b.lbe"OBI5oLATxLKPHONR( COMPANY! !tAll
town U vlo tprt>*ld nV and Mr. Irving five\ days, ultimately'recovering.In prlntlnt ,>..,.,,;.''J'*. 41JRUIIKertBTbom with this expectation are disgustedwith and 1U' boilovM .ball b* onnduot.d In tb perms. ha.leg.dafma. .......tb* mtal*
Its Welch of Jacksonville is secrenarj some cases of the disease' solna T,....,.,.,...;... ., S 26 Town ol KlMtmra. **. In tb*Umntr ol OMMM of Hnry W. B.rbrdeceesedl.t.ef Oearola ,
I rB011b.rterComTnn.r.. ...._.. 11II him because he ba not done so. and 8U.W' of Florid, but It mar MUblUtffloM Coual7..tt.05' FtoHdai will prnt tb. are '
The association ha done good work p.r.I.aI..1.be most prominent symptoms H M Wood.J.nltor .._.......... .y.,. ...... 1000 I included with "those' <.nd .oI. at otbr pluooi wUMaU>4 for payment to lbs anderli<.l. properly attntid.
W r Walktr k.ullmrpupll. .. ........,., MOO Of courser, am UMof Florida.ArUel.II. within the Um. preecrlnod fcjr law,*<. '
since It was organized, and Its officers while In others .It may be dlmcult. JobnPadloii.\ hauling pupil...........1.. 4 60 be thus accuses. No one would expect& -The *.B.ral natur of the boat the...... wUlbe v Wnct'i :' ,
aid In prosecution |JD swallowing that attract moss Jack Harveir. bulls puplt .,.... >.;... II 00 .r.. &0.<. tmuoid kr. tb* sad. corporation torn lfeY ".1,1.. WB1'I'If. "
:will oon..lnu" to Frank TumbllD. haulluf pupil. ..'.... SO me to discuss, In any way, with a mar ,ball be I lo oonitract sad op rM a TeleVboueod .ldmldletrstdteftr1... ofHe/ ..l "lfaehel. ...,
_of every case where the defendant. I 11 attention In all' cases if sleepiness II Ur./tlco.b.u. \la.lupn..I.: (/ ......... M7Solomon SCW who deliberately. Insults me in this TlMTpbllo mUaroil *KlMimrn In length to about 1'1_six.I..n Deoa.*... ..
J Hear *>i >
absent'for weak |
charged with maiming cattle or' doing oroomd remain a the I Bawlronlumber *chaol4a.i rx A ]' tee In Mid County ol Owola, with such '
detrimental to the. Interest plmal will likely recoverbut some I ...,..rd Lumber (:o.I....ber ach.: Mo< 1.. 27 IIMaynardHvrillCo. !manner branch. lln* and tap u nay be rqalr forth Notice. of. Final- Settlement. '. ... .. and
.
anything I : book.. ,... ...... ... MOB If there Is a man or Woman who .ir&aiMUan of lu builow*. and f "rally If" .
of stock-growing. form, paralysis. may show. for. J O'Qutno labor Ho 1...... ............ 10 00 have standard. of educational .to "...,...xwb powcni a* may b* InoMcnt,to Application 'I lot'', discharge .
American Book Co. book ........... .., 4 :: desire to the the btulnoi of laid corporation nndutb law ifvr vj *-4/l e
while., A E Uonfan poll :Ironed i In error.,.:.., 1 qualification lowered I have noacquaintance of lb. IlIlaU of Florida '
the : > ,...,. 17 Anlol.IIL. Tb.amount of lice e.pllal.1OCI1I Notice. t hereby aea that tb nndend.nwt.
According to do .xwe rooordln; d'*'*,*,," .
symptom
Burns ll Dead.
Call ew SLLeeley) Co, chalk..J. ....;,'i,. t 8TBrteTo with or knowledge of, of(aid eorporatlon shall be T..n,4.. Boa M Administrator ol the eeat,.of B.H.Laaler.lUoeaeed. "
IIDd'depaMure..from the normal condition 4Cocn.rt.4.XTt7S ' him or her. The charge made by P.W. of D .,.,jiod ball be Kith of October, Jr. D.
"' a ar- ralu* fifty <> m WeiBeday,the day
w' It become our sad'; duty, this week lo lobe brain and spinal cord; H J Barn, labor Ho 1. ..... .f... .... 00 Corr Is the first and'only Intimation.' paldln a.follows: CUbt Hundred Dollar Inc lam make ....1 "ettlenie 1 with" theOoon'Indm
there notablichange CQTIner, ...uU.....>r.... . .. ., .. .. S6 ..b, and the balance to remain In the trcainryfordlipoaal of OeoeoU Coenty.Stat.otflorldaS" ,
to chronicle the'death t>f O. 'B. Caldwell In mild cases, are no JpWIt11am.sep *NO@. . .. .. .. .... S have ever had of such a deilre; and 1 In 10011 naaaor aathg..dlrctor. ,tdmlntotevtor _*entetea and apply to naidDonrtfor ,
which! oocured at the home of la the nervous system. Ii W W Cbaodjler. laKor No its.. ,+--:: .._ 00 bel1e'e't.b..It..eJII.-1t. OOllitinot. may b."alter elee.ltrnM*. a dtenharn' a*laid artmfnUtr.
UrtfflnHmlth.IcMrNoM.4O do not Article IV. "'b. term for which' Mid corporation This prit ttlWar'M> KATZ; '-..
.his'brot. er-ln.l.w, counoelmao W. C. others, we note\ considerable liquid IE gCUHdwto' ; pile No-I..:.:. .. :.." SI 76 be fairly lnferred: .irom .anything: ball slitahall bsfor "...* tna. of On .... Ad1nwar.brof. 'Ha4 B.Mp .w.-
and cord cavities,. IC A Berne. lumb>r No' !. . . .. .... M7 Hnndrd ears. A.
Bass on Saturday afternoon last at. In the brain spinal JtJsjaotthe- V Tbbn.looM of.aid eononttonhall _! HoUoltartor'XdinlnhrtrainV.\ .
D Y Jobnton, I. *r No'- .. ... .. ... 6 0C.pt wrote- But let.lt go. Article :
shout 3 o'clock. and distention of the blood vessels. It Johnxin Irt/xih No 211. .... .r.. .... 1 //O accused; -but ( b*eoDducled by the followlnc om..ril a. '. .. _. .__,. .. 4 __ .. -_
M H >atuch! Not.... .... 41 118 time I have been falsely ; .Praeld-nl.. vice Precldent Tmaaurer, Secretary.and
deceased bad been s sufferer tbe severest oases, the brain and splrial Uueral Smith Fund app tfiiali.nr No :1A. Ito OQrneral It certainly is the. first time have ever a board of rlv. Director. ,, and deemed eucb other 4
!4HSSb8eboolNo1.4062The omen a mar from time lo Urn be n. WNSENQ'
fronV that dread disease, consumption cord will apes softened and ever .Fand/> been accused In that wpy. CITIZEN.; emery by the Board of Director 1 b. office W, H. T ..:
abscesses be found. of Mr Hardy MTalkei Of Traunr and Secretary may be bld by tb. :
for some time and his death badbeeD may salary ..' tame penwa. Tb. number'Of th. Board .of IIWELtA
exp ctjd to occur at almpsl anytime The object of this article is only tc for hauling cbtldred to *chopf>t Bas OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL. Dlrvotora nay b* 610...(... at any time tb. AND TOMMAKKR' I.1
lor
elected to serve
. withiniHhe past several, weeks. call", atterHlon d to the cause' of this anger for tbe remaining mo the of chi WEEKLY: REPORT. term Tb of Director on* year shall by the be atnokbolder at an eleoLion 20, YEAR '

so that will be more fixed at $10 month b* held on the lint t.W beptem-
the disease owners sobobl was per
Nevertheless word
ben
was her II'!each year, and lb.officer* b*electod GOLD FILLBD OA... IS vKWBU
passed around waLthe end"bad'come, careful to'provlde their animal with the Board raised this 'salary because Grade I, Number Work.-The pupils ' by the VI..lon Immediately.itockholder. after the a.Tbolroeton colon LOIN WAL-HA.M.'au: ,. I
Director the ; OfJ
tb by
It brought feelln qf sincere Borrow pure food and drinking water, Mr. Walker was compelled t.oI.e.\ )>> In this\) department are'kept busyIn nf shall bar full -power I lo adopt

"team for hauling the pupil, enroll Bylaws for the control of said corporation"
' to theheartu9f his. .friends. and acquaintances double this subject. Four new pupils and thereafter at any time to amend alter
Almost a Fire.Qn The salary of Mr Frank Fertio for ed this| week. modify or rewind theByte""*--The oaalaolOle : ,
conduct tb* buslna.ofsaid
who lo
officer* are
The oeoeased was 34 yearXold, anda Saturday afternoon last as Supt. hauling pupils No.'13 $9. The salary Grade H, Number Work-Great corporation until ab...wasted at th. flintleitlon I

member jf the Methodist Church. Sear was returning borne from hls-of- of Mr. Jack U..nei"for. haulingpupllilo Improvement In this. subject is notice .A.Bewh.ibU PreMdent be qu.UfI..ra: o. W, Ward.a* follow*lc".>'rel-] .O. I

Uy his genial nature and sunnj\dls- floe he noticed. an unusually' bright school No.13 tll.OO. The salary able. One new pupil enrolled this week. dents orer and P. A.O..Van A. Beach.Agniw.O Secretary.. W W.rd-W.and Tre" *a.* i"i

position\ he made_frlebd.'ot alt b light in an upper window of his dwell I of. John Vadg-elt for hauling pupils tolachool Grade-III,-We are still wrestling iii...,PlIOb. A. K, DonecuB and P< A. Van

whom became in contact' and his no ing. On doing la I be asked tfvtbere wits No. 13 (10. .The salary of C. with quarts and gallon, feet and' Inches Agnew Article, Director Vi. Tbhlch..*tuionntoflndht d- I


timely taking off Is deeply deploredby aShght up there and was Answered la I Starkleng for'hauiaoa pupil No, IS. and.the. mysteries of the;multiplication } ' sea tan at,or an liability y time,to.ubJ which_ th IIMlf. ai4 ball corporation b* Iba I t r

the entice communltjr.. thenegalive. He 'Immediately; pro- 15.60 per 'month.! table. mount"f lu caplul *u>ck. .4: ;
.. of reel-
. The funeral s'f vices were conductedat ceedeoHo Investigate and found thata The board having received f letter Grade IV* Geography.-ThU Grade teobeoftbe ArtlcUVII.nobicrthtni The name incorporator plan*. and w.0110. .Y".Y"I Yi

the Methodist Church on Sunday box oracrap paper and magazines In from trustees of Sub. Dls. No. 2, decided I I. making good; progress. In this. sub- /mount.. of clock. lubwribedi for by each are'a* I

afternoon "by the pastor Rev. J. I* the upstalrVhill bad taken fire and to raise the salary of l.eaob'eracb led They are very much Impressed by O. A,Wkcb. Aibton. Florldai Pour Share.

Moon assisted hI Rey.IJ P. Jackson was burning rapidly.' Without givinga ol No. 12, to (40 per month be- the fact that the earth Is continually /Lbar P. *A.. Van. Agnew, Klulmmee., Florida' ; On t.

pastor of the Baptist Church, and general Alannhe called In his neighbors I /Inning the.3rd month of said school spinning; they say we must. surely be A. .E.' Donefan, Klulmm, *Plorlda)' On. .'WO RK .w..r1A..T..D I
Bbaf
were attended by a large concourse of and with theirN: sslstanoa soon .the. extra five dollar to be paid out of In danger of falling off.. STATE OF FLORIDA. :\> PINE. UNB. Or .P.OTAOL. $\

people of every denomination.After b.dJle'\ flame en ulab.-d.- Mr. Sub: pi*. Fund Nor2,. provided the Grade V, Grammar.-Thl*' class is COUNTY OP o80E01.A.'M'I I I ..YB8 BTXAMINRO FW.LVaaDuzoriSCo.1.... +n

t.b.'.enlce. ..t..the church! the Sear says be didn't ,geK frightened ,'..trustee of said district would write learning diagram simple sentences' I Lbortzed Before me ik the* under ackoowTdiment". rnfd offioer* of duly1 deed an.. 1- I r'.

- -__jecnajjafcjiere Carried' to Itone'hlll.cemetery until the f flre was out, and Bah ad t.linewtb1Dkbow.narroww ,he board instructing' them to make. and emto be Interested lathe work. .[.lonegan.....aILl17, and appeared P. A.' Vans Agnbm.well,!

followed bl- a-_long procession hUXeBoape latd'Incr sseln salary 'OradeVI.peIIinrTbIslass'Is 11.0..10 beth pereon"_I..I. and wbo
Instrument and ..y.r"'-
-- scouted the forgoing
of relatives and friends, and from losing his boeR: ; .t andkgjatches 'TbeCb..II'I t"o-of the'Board was In-:; [mpr6v4nrronlr"( fewWordsmissed. I I y acknowlwtf that tby .zeutod tb.>.m. I ':: : : ,

.. there tenderly laid to rest to await are supposed to have causedflre. e .)trusted to see about the Insurance onSchool each lesson. for Witness the use my bind and-* therein official apred seal at KlImmee *. I * , h
No. 1. and to Increase same if Grade VII.-This class I I. doing In the County and satS aforaMld tbU '
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the last call. .
. .- --- S 4epessary. ne Chairman was also work In the dlocritlcal working' all sib dyof 8ep1.mb.r A. D. 1110II. I '
.... .1'. N. MURPHY..Notary '
Millinery Opening.Mr Hew :Catalog. loshr ted to' arrange for lumber for vowels; this wqrk will continue [ .LI .' Public s1.t.05, Fronde.It .' .B..pO: :K t ,E RSREAL : t
) ,eomratulon expire JaD.161\K7.; v ,
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*. Chandler will\ have her regular Angle and Wilson, the larire furniture cowl" .chool building No. 20. .through the year; 'r State of Plaids I .. '. :. :
'on Friday, will have J. M. Lee appeared beforethe Board DEPARTMENT County Ocola.{ a' > ' '
fall millinery opening! dealer of Bartow, HIGH SCHOOL : : ESTATEAND : '
Before... lb.nndralfi officer; perwnalV .
28th. All use- their well needed at ,
and Oct. 27th. and October and Mated hat a was'
Saturday ready for delivery lit jklgttorm.- Thl* class i.working' ,I appeared Qv A. Boacb, A, .. Dononaa andP.
the ladle are Invited to. attend and mammoth catalogue descriptive ofthegoode School No. 68. Be.beilered tb'at(same year A.Vans Agnew, who upon oattt alt 'Thatby INSURANCE;
bee' bet new goods.and all the latest they handle. You can, get in multiplication, : are Ui.nabicnbcr, to the forecoln*IntrvvBoent '
could be driven at a cost not eioeedng(35. them Ta ;1'
card. \of and that It lutended by good
.tyle. In mUlaner addressing them a' post 2nd year.The'Commentaries
one by ; the mater taith to eoiutract, maintain and oprat lbs
They handle all kinds of furniture .; After Investigating Caesor on the Gallic War are giving I telphono line mentioned "' .nID. .,, .... !+
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c and .a. instructed have MKACrT. : .
to O. A. -
Lee '
ro GetRiota.are ; window .ba'tJe.l'et.Q", Mr.
,
.PI. matting .: '
hll clas* hard work., A E.-DONEdAle. w; 'r3IMraoxa *
often frustrated by sudden breaking ) have decided to knock the bottom outof ..1&14> well'driven provided it, did not -Cicero's Denunciations V/, \ P. A.VtKSAOMBW.IwornV DR.' ?-. -l.
They also take care Of ..UlII.tt.era 3rd ''' '. > aid sabecrtb.d before at* this JOta"They 2'.DENUSI'
price
the bamed cost. .
down due to dUpepsla or consumption $ iDllIl' to undertaking! exceed above DtCatdllne 'are keeping: this.,. ;class a S.ptemb.t. A. D. 1110& ... .; ,''':
Brace mo andtake Dr. p There being" no further builness lobe l rata, T.M.MURPHYNotary .
Florida. *
in all part of South JV : , Tubb) 81.1.05 tiotldi. oe Osooi ;
,
Ktnx* Mew Lit. Pill*. They take out them till regularseeting. busy .QtJl. .b..ao7 .
the next ,
In 3oard adjourned :
which take pleasure reoopmendlng *..:.The wandering ofAeneasa ..yeo..Dup&M..J. 1I..1III17, :
r .the material are clogging your Courle 4th'year, m. w1t.. ,
Bartow UoupIt.
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t.o our -
enargi.. and give you a new start. "- described by Virgil sere Interesting for home rue What .. .
ar* good ,
Chairman.
AtOeoeoU lnf rtD."t.DpLanLWUIOD'P. 8B5AJU j.Iv. '
.Cure too. V..J. .u
headache and dlulne '
.,* the' frelWb'ora &o this class. I Old newpaperl .We *.I1'eaJ: .T.:1": _

-guaranteed-Phannacy-pmr,' . 'Storeatbar; .11 goods boul'b'-of. them.' "Inr -4; .SDperlntenda.tn -, ---------.r '\ ,:;1. ..,..-,- .- ' : "'\: -I' :' ..... .....H}..


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he e d"t"'h have- moved. Not till sue.Ihrew .:
'up her arms, scattering widely GRAFTERS' BOODLE r "

) I (the flowers. tbnt lay on her breast" did .
I AM.JTTER: ':' he feel 'the e.pell 1 sufficient/! broken, "l'' .'Florida'5tate News.
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: to COlDlrthend''vbllt, had -occuriod.ThoOgU .. I ; .
be bad begrudged.death\ !' its Four Men Made ,.,\ ,
$200,000jnCotton \ .-" -- -'- -- -- .-.. _...... -.- .- ..... ....... '.'
'victim,; though"hoNhad longed to.see Leak bcherrje. wwww V W ,www'w ., '.'tt

if.1V\.I.1C'I01\TS.; \ this young girl 'Ive, nnd for the last l
few 'winuterlnra 1 only existed In the 9 v Hastings ..M.ak.Good. Palatial Tralffloon' Coming. "*' W

: . hope of doiux so. he quailed before therealUurlou : : The farmers 'ot> ILaatlngs are cer The Chicago; and\\FJorjda,' Limited. I \

I. :. and questioned his own s in- HOLMES SHARE* :$25oi7 ttilnly ,a progressive and pUbll .splr t one of 'the bands n &? t. through, trains
It 'in believing It. Even the shrill cry .
) I 1'S'_ lied set of men. :The woih which: to Florid: IPS'' the coming season.-will
.
,that now left her lips fell ou well" nigh "
Bj Afltta Katharine Cren, A.U..r. .1.. ." 'borI&k Elo. .n.j, Menf ears, .ud when next moment, the Trans tliey areuDow doing on" the publla( 'leave Chicago..and St. Louis via., :Atlanta
", Controversy Between Baggage ''; loads of' that, vicinity Is.a striking ex on itt. first trip to St. ,Augustine
lalsqd I herself: and spoke be roused with : .
.. ..... .
wri : rVHI'HT. .Y rtO.C"Y OMNIH SOJIt : n .flll1rt.l( flrwlilng from cblu to broW hr, Companies at Atlanta Passed . 'ample for 'ether rural..:s' tKfu 1s .to follow on January $th and wlll.! Jtoavtt* fit.

,. "wllli Joy, tlioiifih the' \vol'dlllIhaa uttered Upon In Fulton Burner Court. ;, Augustine for the west ,on th'iOta.
jj CHAPTER IL.r er In. !1.ig mind that should I he a besis! were full 'of' terror aid suggestive ano months ago the Potato Grow 'l'b18 train'I operated by' the L. and
'
i { Continued. for his long hoped, for cbe( d'oenmv. mystery The: profits,of ttte alleged conspirators or.' Association of Castings! contrjb rf. RaJlroaJ Company and It Is state. '

: ."- But this, 'which was ordinarily ft sluiv Not for ,tho unknown Monlelll nlone! Allve1 ''1'1118.ttl! !bee cry: "Tbl'D'lun iu tan operations based 911 tAo roo'eDL.leaILJ&.i. uted $1,00010 repair Improve and ex that the train Is tar superior to those '

pIe matter for him"; bad-bcLitne-nir atonce should -ill*. f.mcJllly O.the paper -* they deceived u>eAnd the _t _fne_ liovemnientcotton Und the roads of that section, and several of a year nfoi> .' ,

a rnoRt'dttflcult task. lie delayed crystallizing: Into perpetual exlsttMirp looked wildly,nrousvHHl, Jier eye resicol'on crop: ; r6pori are placed at 'appnjxiniaiely - subeUnlfal( ;prJVii.18bbli?rl >nona TJlher.,throughtrain*'-will inaugurate..

,z. and asked himself .questions foelli this' dream, of :fading' lovelinvrsi He. tile old cl'oneUuettll: !" she ex- f iUO.OUO! _according to an Indictment were' soon afterward donated. The tbelr wlat
1/, the mystery ot the situation almost to- would earn lor: himself inorcjbnn !$Ibif, (,eiaimel with Something more he could presented in court at New .County Commissioners seeing the;' dle'] of"3anuary. Railroad men say :
paltry dollun be felt-.bUlnlnj In hilt uot understand( for her Kugllsh had '
:; the point of .oppression. AVbo'was thisyoung bo-: id thrift ,of Hastings has that and
., I. York riday uu tao arraignment progress < ,the gravel! south especially
Klrlt Who Andrea Montelll pocket;;. liu would earn n right to (liereproduction rlpplod orf Into, lb- strange Uld'U'n- '
was CommissionerItlusoway encourcRjOvl the residents And will also to east Florida .
ofbis' face which ." fore United State: the coast pt will be.much
? Who this old mutt kiiotvu language of the person she addressed.
was even ?
crone
;4 What was the disease which )had taken heuccfbfth be the expression of his loft- 'of liTeJwrick A. Peckhato. l'elp) In the ,Kdd roads movement.. heavier then' l last season.: An .
Moses HOULB.According . For the past two weeks men have of transportation "agents
th* life oC this beautiful creature 'wltft 1 lest Instincts. The old woman eager, and restless and rr-my bava
out leaving A trace of its devastating His pencil obeyed his enthusiasm, : now answered her In a few quick sentences to charges. made Ja this been at -work on the roads many of Icon In the; north and est..t.or several. .''

f power upon cheek r brow, or even on tile fcautros of the unknown begun to at which the .idl'u-fol' who indictment. Edwin: H.: Holuieg, Jr., astlstajit the farmers aBiils !lng. The boule weeks poet explalnlfriT"t6' the prospecthe ,

the dimpled hands that just vaguely] hntv themselves unnn ihia broad sheet. :!
showed themselves .amid tbe folds of of paLer( bcfore lilui7He i 'T\'X''h"wvii; ;i.i' 11.1'iiltf': uud i Kobbcd.< :-Uutlustiuitl.v : lot 'acrlctfituru, '. Ct-tY1"d..fI! il17r----! Incline i""l 'phon n alnsIanAIaI -l-'hat tlter' urn fin lr>ft>atf.<5....prtlnta-_

: the drapery that covered her?. ..Hadbe was very much absorbed or be recorvrlng herself she looked The Indictment wlikh was1 found liyer of clay U added after( which :si thtoilg any place where tho tourist '

perished naturally? 'The thought. might have taken a loek' at the old ,tip In despair, and encountering\ ; the by a grand jury lu Washington on svrfucecohering: 'of shell In ap lfe1. cars. pa.ss. *". "

.. ; 'Would come. Was her portrait wished croiie--seated in be,' .low ('harOblt111! \ ( ai'list's. gaze eeeiucd! charmed 1 by it so I October 3 against. Edwin! S. Holme This makes '\ most durable and ,id'1s- r lit connection the Florida hotel sy,. .

by father and friends Or was It.required him. If lie had done BO would he not that sire. forgot to speak though vords Jr. .and L. C. Von Riper, as.well. 'a* factory roadtiod. Tho farmers 'hav .Km! Is making prcparat1ons a big

S only by.: disinterested officials, have lost himself III further questlonx? pf grief "lidtlll.\))('. were evldenilytreu'bliug against Harts, and Peckham and <
: and for purposes her; beauty made him Would< be not have wondered why she on hertongue.' I charge all four colecilyely!! with 'h..v. farm hands, and' farm work Is Ira-ctl being put in readiness for. the winter'sIn ," .'
Brazed at him so intently withc For the moment delightful.He .
brink from contemplating The presence hlui was ,trig conspired to defraud by procur- c.a1'Jy f\IIIIJGQded while 'they establish' t"lneI8' , . '
that were certainly not lacking lu his' '
retained her look and self
of this old pos-
woman seemed to point pool roads. These farmers U. .
fef ; from 'I\e.
advance Information are .
i |lug Hojmes ..
earnestness If
to tbe former supposition as the true they were in candor? secslou failed hlni. -% -,--
one, and yet might it not be the best And would" he not have" queried \why "You ore not lead," )left his' lips In 1! concerning government's cotton awake DJI I realize the necessity 'and the le'sil conies, between: tho St. .

r 'proof in the world that It was simply her glances only left hint to travel to almost childlike simplicity. "Tbauk j I crop' report. teal value of good roads. Atigustljio: Gas Company and the city
the ( : l I.. It sets forth In 1'11many\ copies of Ip fact, HSirt/nc/ ( In progressIng! -jn
and with
; ; 4 bard stern justloe which demanded clock so. one quick flash ''the reproduction ''of these features to the youns: girl and back again .to You are too young, too fair to yield j I| telegrams' and aiso: of checks which every way very fast. Many n.ew. C rnpCI'y. which _has been a matter'of
him. There was mystery In all this, if thus the I ,J passed \between the accused, dwellings have been erected duringthe
; since It was an easy matter to understand soon to great destroyer. am tending uat.. Interest In St. Aiiuus'Jno/ for
? how such a person might be ia be could have seen It. for there wag-cs- glad to see! you living though 1 know; I to show that a conspiracy existed. dull 8iinimsrrac' ith8, hundreds, of some months past(, .decision. bus boon .

the pay of the. police but not nearly pectatlon in her look; an expectationthat nothing of you.,not even your name." j| One of the checks, dated December acres of new land have been clearel received- from Judxe.JamesV.. Ixxlioof : \ '

4 so easy to be comprehended bow shecould'elther liicreaBed as the nnute! hand, of She,smiled faintly butIteously."Nor ;l 12: 1004. drawn on the Second national and broken for the spring potato"crop the United States court at Jacksonville -

k Ir be In pay or tbe confidence the clock moved on toward n, and expectation do I know you" she cried. *'I bank:, ,of Hoboken,"and signed many barns an going up. !And all' Itl to the effect that "'1\16':\ cotircIeuzig
here mount Interruption, and nm a child lout to the! world lost to life : ,
of any friends of'so dainty and beautl- ': by Lewis C. Van Riper calls for thjj the neighborhood are as busy as bees 01- -
.ne tnI' con
/ opinion uiui
I ful'a creature us she'who lay before Interruption ml'nnt--'hntl' The sly lost t to_everything, I should not be j'j payment of $21.250_ .to. M. Haa, ofw3tiom preparing for the. winter crops.. -- IJ1iln .lIt |Is not ('nllth.'C10 the equitable ".
: him; ? race of the crone matte no rcAolatlons. brie, speaking breathing llt'lulsuI- I' Tlmesl'nlon.Big .
: sum It Is alleged Haas paid
ferlng.) I expected to die, I wanted to relief prnyed. It Is ordc-rPiT, that
The: contrast between .the two was ; "N "
: other
I Holmes $14.250 in casb. Many '
,- Tlvld, as all the accessories of the But he saw nothing'behind, him, die, Uut some one has deceived me. and the restraining order horelri before ,.
picture) he were was expected to draw tore Life hope and love were all, for the 1 nm nllvm: For what? Oh. for what?" minor checks for sums ranging from lAr 4 Deal Consummated. gran'e4 upon ci-parle? 'hearing wlth- .

;; the remaining appointments, In the moment,-concentrated! In the end of His The artist Rtared amz d. $100 to $.SOO are set forth In the .Ifidlctment. Another >ery large timber and laud. flit not1t'e. ,ic dissolved and not aside, >.

room. Near her and surrounding her PenCil; and not the sound of opening! From an linage of peace. she had'be. In addition to another check dval has Just been closed Leon and that the injunction :pendenle" I'.torrayeJ !

Were fabrics of softest wool and purrst doors and hucrylng feet could have come an Image of dccpnlr.; lie did net signed by Tan RIper and payable to
Silk, edged With the richest embroideries aroused him now from the dream of love her" lees thus lint he felt vaguely Ha38: on the same bank for $38,292, ilally interotpil.: P. II. Drown. President -

and covered with costliest blossoms. creation that engaged him. But tWro out of place and knew not whether to dated December!' 31, 1904. Of this sum of! tile First National Hank, is Further !imrlUulais/ of thc most

p ?C Beyond her and outside of the was no und; all was still; even the speak or fly. i It I Is claimed. Holmes .go..UO.757. one of the company which made 'the I'pJI111nK! 1 'llliiR which occurred at

) charmed.circle!' created by the prodljrnl mysterious watcher behind him seemed She saw_ his trouble and Waved hlobock. Counsel for the defense moved for deal, and In fact, carried through the :MonltrU fur milts pputb of Hi. AilMisflix .

., 'wax tapers were worn and dingy stuffs to hold her breath, and when the clock the discharge of the prisoners on the r.t-Rotlatlons. .- .*,, In which G( and dilapidated furniture. struck which it presently did the I "Since I must Ih'eIIbe murmured : ground that the charge as alleged! did v .
The !
other members af the t'oOl.anylive tcr were b; .lh( Uilei I outright an I
-.';.. Not an article trom window to door. Taint noise seemed to be too'muc for I "let me leave!' this bed ot death." And not constitute an offense against' thegovernment. in Madison. and, are L. T. I Fralelgh Elley (Carioi their father, wotinderf.' ,
sttvlng those whlcb were associated her! aged nerves for she half rose. turdpan'ingly without waiting for any assistance she I .
have been itcelvrd. '
From mla'cments
Albl'rlralt'Jg liar
James A.
'with tbe dead sank back again clasping slid to tbe floor and stood tottering I
girl expressed ought but I The hearing on the motion ad I
) was t dctrinclT. II. Smith, all prominent r.tdo by wltnep' "" It seems that the
her hands with and,
discomfort and poverty while with energy as if. to still there clothed In a long. white garment
journed until October 21.
: : I II succepsrnj tufclncstt lulling was nnjiistlrtiMo, and thatJames '
the beatings of her heart. bordered with men. -
> as.beautiful
IH rand: about her were luxury, wealth, gold as it
"I % *n4 beauty. But the artist worked on* 'was odd and-poetic. What trappings I I I Mr. Brown and Mr. Hardee secured Ostrrn was ro ponsll :e for the

.It was strange, and.. as be consideredthe Suddenly there was change In the are these?" she cried pointing to the I I I PHILADELPHIA' GRAFTERS fiidOo acreir of turpentine; land before r.eadly work. His other four brother j

matter further; be became more room. No one bad entered It, and yetit bed and glancing down ofher own gar Ihe! last tract pf 15,000 at'res Mere were said! In be Implicated lathe affray

: and moro convinced that the police bad seemed.no longer: like the same spot.: ments. "If I were not to b" allow lt t> ,, Arraigned In Court on Charge of Conspiracy .- loiightand l added to it. The purcham but hHti given up lo the author Ii

nothing 'to do'with"" this display of Something strange and unaccountable die why ibis w alUI and_ beauty!' .of, :| to Defraud City. price was$73,000/ : ; and the other ises.. Janipo. It to. thought- .bas. akl|>- '

splendor. No; if they bad wished her liad occurred; something.which caused adornment? lain still dreaming or-'* I i Charged withcon.pJra.cT. defraud par.y. to the transaction was Mr. Saxon ped
picture -the; would bave sent: for the the moisture to start on uamllton ife- Her eyes fell. again on Annetta and sbe '! the city, Abraham I... English former the I...eon- County bi nlll'r. ( "*....will no doubt have trouble in 't

photographer, and there wotld have graw'. forehead' and tHe expectancyIn asked her some other question. director of public safety, and .John The last *5.000'acre tract is known tattling, him. It is thought that rfhen ]

been no .draperies nor candles nor tbe old cr De's look to deepen ito, Meantime young Degraw bad:1t'pped I W. Henderson and Henry E. listen by the turpentine anti timber men., of ),l.-tydo Jthey.! will not xapti-re. him I 'v'1

t flowers. Some relative, some 'friend. strong excitement., What was It? Tile : back to the table upon wblcbla I members of a contracting''firm; Philip the! state.as the "Valley Pine" .I ract. alive.
l
or. stay-could it ,be some mere art- artist, catching his breath listened.,, ,. the sketch be hodjiecn making. H. .Johnson, ,an architect ,and JamesD. Mr. Brown thinks that after the -

lover ba4 wished to 'preserve on Imperishable What silence! I What an oppression of: Lifting it up be turned It toward her Finely formerly a bUilding inspector company has turpentined' these 23,000 William 'nastwk& Jr.,' of UM Oimond :'

canvas, .the extraordinary silence! And yet there It comes again "I et this explain my presence here. ,. were arraigned for a bearing la :i.
acres' they will cut the ElectrIc light and Hallway Company ,
that soft-sigh, so light to be almost timbers, for .
loveliness which be taw.about to vanish as said he. "It may also make clear to Philadelphia Friday before :Magistrate '
inaudible crrsatles. He ought to' know the tie was In St. Augustine; t.he.t, ,
% forever, and sohe bid been called and yet to his ears so thrill you what _otherwise must seem Blsenbrown.
? ,
1 In with pencil and paper--apd paidfor ing with promise that be leaped to bin wrapped in mystery.. Your picture .The prosecution. was-, Instigated by business In every 'detail; .as be Is a week: ; and spent a day lopklnjr over "
feet like one who breaks some bond lie man of .considerable experience.In the ground preparatory vto beginning
his work beforehand that he.might not was desired. I. was summoned here to the
Mayor Weaver and I I.
asunder. result,of fact he knows the pFfrllmlniry, ', work lie went over-tho
retreat from the task when he found draw it You nVuat know by whom. minutest detain -
that It Involved mystery At the sight of his eagerness the old The name' accompanyhig the request an Investigation made by W. Bleddln of !very '"buclijcss) ,. he J* connected :proposed (Owtnond route for tho pufx ,

Bat why should it involve mystery? crone, who had risen also smiles hungrily reads like Andren'Montelll." :Powell, _clty architect, Into the .cow wlth.., and herein lid his remarkable >S" of locating poles.. lie stated \
structlon '. '
\ of one of the of '
buildings the
a jWhy should "there be no one In the" to.herself.Ifebe has beard the She left the old crone and took a stepS success. He Is a sufcess as a ,naval that the constructing engineer -will _..
bouse from whom he. couM obtain intelligible sign also. she shows no anxiety advance in his direction and that of the picture new city hosplta.! 'for contagious -dis.eases .. stores man, as a rrosstle '.man aa a arrive soon .to re-surve-the-rGuto.. Ha

replies to. his queries Was, but stopswhere abe is, content' I lie held. A flush was on her ,cheek a Tbe contMefTor-ti-e building live stock man, as a sawmill man, and also says hat work on 'both 'the elec-
? this that be should take the precedence and flush that: vaguely Irritated him and was) awarded to Henderson Co_on is '".
merely..accident or wn it design? a l1anker because he.k'Do'ws each tric plant and street railway will be-v
The1 one person be had encountered stand first at the 7ounggIr'i side. He made.him, for tile first time, question/1 March 6, 1903. the price belne.. $142- business like" book.. gilt on .tha earliest .noslsble date

whose face bespoke intelligence and a was there in an Instant and though no who this Andrea Montelll really was. 700, but was disregarded in many' par . st? nit on'.account( ot delays ln-dI solvlnT:
desire signs of life greeted him from .the motionless "I-do nder tlculars.Former. -
for communication had BUTprlied not tlud.{ said she, "but the gas company's, Injunction restrain-
-su;_ Mm so much ,by the coincidence form he could not tear hit gaze it is of no cOllsequt>l1t'e. Nothing Is of Judge Gordon special counsel Sensational Arrest In Tampa. lag :th' Th from work they will not be
After .
living In ,
between her prelence. nd the:picture away from her face. ,. nny Importance to' o e'no'!. J am living for Mayor Wearer offered In evidence Tampa- _a, )"eltr under able to their this
D be had painted.thLbe, bad been mada "Sweet one." welled up from his lips. that is all I cnn think of; I am living the proponaljr submitted by an e&li umed name. U. Jlaymon winIer.The complete. enterprises

for, the moment powerless and so )Ollt lWo'i-thAJ the- sigh of-your--departed and the struggle. with my-fate'! must Henderson & Co; The Items Includedone I' rry.,. formerly; a member of tho; .

t the one ,opportunity offered him to spirit grieving i It had l-ft a body that recommence." ..' for the entire work without tilingat school bod'd at )Marion S. C.. and who -

: '''make'himself acquainted with the true! could be so loved? Or Is life but paus- This expression of grief at finding a coat of $135.000; one for the work ia wantel there on an alleged ( .large efforts of the citizensof( Penwhich -

4 meaning of tbe adventure which bad big. In these pulses and will. it-" hetsj'lt: .once more In the world of hu with tlllnr. At *, 14*_,'7OO. and.. fhIri..... of tnbexziement.nf' nulilln-----,.. .funilu--..-, u/.m..-.. 1\ll'ola: to .At-llre' .uml'lpnt- money"
befallen him. Was this fortunate or He does not finish. How can he, man beings both. shocked and touched without tiling and- --with- -: - arrested & few days ago and looked up with to fight the disease has
maple instead
was it not? Was this wealthy lady of when nt thue'muttered' and well nigh him. of 'I 1 locked, UI). I'iia been iiircessful. Telegrams werortoelvel I
mosaic
flooring et 8125.000.There .
high position and Incomparable taste Incoherent words he perceives tbtalntl'st -,> Though he felt she ought to have l>erry hits been! known In Tprcpa as : from President Hendry of
the friend or"srtlovcr who had flush of color suffuse the some one with her of bet own kindred was little tiling!!, some of the It. W. Mcintyre, and has been the state 1-oard ofheallh and from *

drawn hhn$ there? What 'could* be cheeks? .Or was it but a fancy? It or, nt least of her own station and sex. rooms were not plastered and where, tenting a known rCIr.| Governor Broward, authorizing. the ,
,
i, more probable? And yet bow greatly has fled now and the breast does not be .did not see bow be could leave her the specifications had! called for brick more Supply cOncern as IJie .into health officer to expend any
;was the liave. It'must have been halluctna. walls, plaster and expanded wire were Company, ; He naltl'j
a with
mystery enhanced. If this were no pne to soothe her but this old wife and U amount that bo deems nocemiary. Or.Dorter .
the case. tloq like tbe"sigh.. And yet-and yet- woman, who was at once sc coarse and used. Instead\ of Mosaic flooring the ;reo children In Is
a'ao now receiving the hearty<< cooperation
He was gazing .steadily at'the immovable those lids seem to lie- less closely. tso rvpellant.' builders had substituted maple In. a brother at Bartow. Perry Is a of tins citizens and the citygovernmeiit. I

countenance before him when There Is something in the face he bus "Have you no friends 'In the house?** many of the rooms and corrMors. Ins Contractor, The local police \vro : I'
this idea came and. fascinated as lie not seen there before. It Is not life he asked. 'e-ad of the 101.119 pounds of steel asked laa; May; to look out for him, and the physicians be-

Was by what he saw, there seemed to aid yet surely. It is not death. Whereare She fcadly shook her head. -, only 2G,Oo) pounds had been used. Although and' they anally succeeded In Identl 'ove! that t'e
::4, rise'a film between him and It. out of her friends? Where Is'there a physician -' "Is there no one 1 can call?" he persisted the contractors were paid In tying him. Under the rilTine of Mclntyre (,ut within four weeks, now that ample J

'which there slowly grew on his gaze ? Why is be'not one instead of turning now toward the door. full for their work, City. Architect \ he has been a respected citizen! 'i.nds are available I : '

,t the face of the unknown visitor. Not being a useless artist? With a cry he She shivered and caught him by tbe PowelT testified the' building Is not and his arrfk caused a sensation. Per. ,

,the, face be had put upon canvas and turns to the old crone. hand. complete. ry admits that he is the man wanted Flro In th, big Tamp nay Hotel :

'wmcn was at mis moment Illuminat' "IIeln_ :" he shrl.ks_ ----- "-S-Bl- -h.-.... : "po not leave me," she entreated. but denies that he Is guilty of laundry, I orated on .the hotel property, '

1' lug the..dim recesses of bis studio, but are growing red! And look at 11'I-I "Do not go till,. I have told you why I crime. any A block or more away from the house. !:
of herself as she stood there looking at hands; they are becoming warm!. was so wicked; for you must think me WANT TAFT ON THE'LID.. (lestroycsl the entlnj structure which

k..' blm with.a most human expression of -now, they flutter! The roses on IIP very wicked to try to take my own One of the was of wood, with Its contents, a I loss ;x
I- pleasure and appeal!' startlingly in con- breast are disturbed! She Is not dead! life." Panamana Ask War Secretary to Be dealt Uibat Important real estate variously estimated at from $3,000( to j.

trait 'with the sumptuousness ob-iicr We shalhave" her again-" "And. did youlie got no further Present on Anniversary.;; recently made in Tampa 8000.: The was part of the
laundry
'apparel'and the Ire paused struck even In his frenzy for th waa consummated a few days ago by
cIJcnlty of her bearing. ? tears which now filled her If the wishes of the Tampa Hotel
people ot.. Bay property recently
g A true face a good face with features by the abandon ofhis own words. *'I fathomless I fr perfect enough for art. 'andKnne a ma fpoU") be muttered, .but then the. moisture to his own. Strange and._. Panama are to be acquiesced In, SecTtlary Company became: the purchaser of nirchased! by the city.and was built

, -t tender_ nongb_ tojiatlsfjr .the old witch docs not understand ine. I wrong as it all was he bad never felt Taft will time his Intended visit the Arno Hotel property, on the cornet by H.first n. Plant when! the biff hotel

.ropst exacting nature. .Wb7-dld.he not 1JDderataodwhatshesee.T' himself<< so- atfectedh' -"Tollme- 7 ur-., Jo-the- Isthmus that he-nwy--be--there- .of :Tampa _nod Twlggs Streets.. was erected, auout fffteen years

1 ,tbrtll before It? Why did not the feelIng 4\.hIlDount1lnJr the old'woman's side trouble," hV pleaded at last. "Why' November 3, the anniversary 'of"-lheseparation The Purchase was made from the Tbe-bulldlngrhad-not.nOt beeir In uso
j of contentment which swept over he drawLer, woaeVerlng and chattering should one so young nnd. pardon me, Tampa Investment and SecuritiesCompany. for laundry purposes for some time.

him at Its remembrance fill up tbe void qp botwe the candles and pointed to 110 fair wish to die before the possibilities of Panama from. Colombia The price paid -
; was $25.000
in his heart and -moke this Second recognition .tbe young girl's face. As he did so be 'of life-were fully tested?" This day i Is to be celebrated as a national I which is very generally A general] order expressing the Gov .4

r; of her" chattel one of promise) uttered an irrepressible. cry, for In the "Because!' her eyes flashed! fire anda ... holiday, and' .special and urgent be a-cleclded bargain as conceded the to ernor's". ''plreclatJon of the reports he :"
and unalloyed ''delight?, Because be Instant ho bad been gone tbe miracle color broke out on. h..-. "".et.II. "be. invitation has : value of the actual has received concerning the Second 'I 1
been !
t : bad seen something more winsome be bad happened and two wide dark eyes cause I had tailed." extended to property. fully 35000. regiment
; were received
The at regimental .
4p.I luminous.. with. wonder the secretary and Mirs. Tribune will move Into its 'v
caiMe abe was the Dream.while before ,. _stared .Laclc: .'nlll'd! Taft to particlpate own
biro into bis from amid the \ In the cele home -4 soon as It can be fitted headquarters: at Camp Bradshaw, and ........,
c?. Jay the Beauty; because his taste wreaths cftbose.t "I DIU Sclina aldl r' ratlon. up as heve. given -muchiatiilictlonto the<<
k. aact Judgment alon awarded toiler the i ,. ogled locks_of. hair.CUAPTEI1 To be continued.Mcaotonon model! newspaper "office. building. ofiU.ers.of' ; the regiment '<

,palmt", 6tL ,beauty. ""blle'. l.' heart ESTATEOF. JOE JEFFERSON. ,
-- ig 'throbbed to what ,'W'.' expressed: In III. p**.rty. In addition to the address which he ; ;
this other face this other TiT::. tn or Poverty would become monotonous will deliver before the citizens The Supreme Court In Washington
t form,,which, ,. A OBEAT AUBITIO.T.'There Noted! Actor Left Real' and Personal of Jack
hk If dead; bad touched a chord In his nature are some moments'whfcu to 'a If one didn't ha vet\to stop bustling for sonyllle generally; President Roosevelt bas',.heard arguments Jn the case of
,
-'L ,- DeTer_an4ed' before, and, as lie sensltlre mind seem to bo of a dreamlike bread and meat occasionally In orderto I Property Worth.' $136,520. will stop on. his drive around<\,4he ':AbOutre vs., Blbiint "involving title to

,- .began to t IDk.J woul4 never' ,be soundd 'or supernatural "" haraeter. TO bustle for a few, other tbln-New- The appraisal of the property left by city and deliver on 'address to"the' negroes land In this j state This, case figured
York i'
Herald. : Joseph ,
Jefferson the
; 14 again. actor, who died at. the
Hamilton Degraw tbjs Florida
', ; was one of : Negro; -Baptist In the
1 fh :The' Reality he.bad: found last April (In Florida* aa filed In In thesurrogate's ,Impeachment proceedings conducted ,
-yes, itiv them., Never did, It. never could It. ...,.... academy Secretary Loeb baa"aotl-: \
r- :tQ." this belief elrcdhlm'he grasped his seem reaL .Lost In its wonder he stood Goethe t. fl.ad office at New York Saturday. . fied-thecommittee last session by the Senate I

___ 'r., 'pencil with avidity. U..no longertclthimself : motionless,. 'petrified, gating back Into fifty:-years says to:I.arn..bow"I have been trying for ', : shows ,Chat be .left] .real I .estoof' to this eiect. :r::om j>fjhjBprMnJ3 arrangements against; United, States District .ruttge
F: : I held back "lie readand/ -YJl"'th1f ta3rUrUie! ; Jit! f\'lne.JLYaacharce4..w1th..ItU! ; "
br doubts. those orbs which In the glare ,which 1 bare not learned'yet" Still the 'ma. value $115.060 negiocitizejjjsuccee: In ', -
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'won1d.idw tnt picture .before him. now: fell 'upon. them' seemed,'welling Jorlty of people know It all!-New York and personal: property estimated nt the president aakb'thli' Inducing' I In the trial' : h'the'J:' caseK' tW'lth-
addition
41 ut .as i h. did, mtt b* would draw aIIoth. with light.! ',Had It:been': deata-to her I'reas:- > $21520* 'the' original plans for'his visit. to standing his-"" wife was" Interested. in ,:{:

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SNOW Stricken; Stales .: '



FELL IN MA.NX SECTIONS, ;: . you want to live.where;the? climate ia,"mild)hc',year" ..round--?' :

Varies where labor is .never oppressed by stress .of"writerand:: )Wlicrc!. "

'Temperature from Snow .In animal vitality is never lost by"mere Conflict with.cold? rDo
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A .SURE "OIl .BEUlUTlS ,.CUTS.SMUIKS, Pennsylvania. to 43 Degree'litG you want'to live in a region where the:resources arts ,more), ot.
CURE
orjjl -Quanntine
W017XDS OLD SOR -MayBe
"r CORNS,BUN.CONTRACT. ,
t ED'HVSCl.U'H. UACi Su1nJ0INT3 IUS, : Lifted. at*Many Points x varied than in, any other equal area in thew r1d.wherc'thediY.1sion.
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".OST&D FMT. \ ,lt of,great ranches affords fine to small farm that ', r "'
BVOS, scAL s. rn a .opportunity get ,a

The- weather bureau: 'WashingtonIssued.the will. "
assure
-at a
you competence-
IJJAH' jyi8CPl5'! that stops Irritation, subdues. InftamJI -
m ; .out Pain following: bulletin Thursday Do you want toTlive wbere,-with a minimum of labor, you can

PENETRATES Pores, loosens thi"'Fibrous? Tissues, proClr6ult1 morning: . ' grow profitable crops of grapes and small fruit 'oranges,' lemons, .' ,
mote. a the < > of the Blood, giving the Muscles natural "The frost line ,xtejnds -t'hu.' morn ,. '

-elatlCIty: .. tag Into,the- northerti' g lfo'ne. of the olives? ,,prunes' and almonds,.alfalfa and grain, where crops .are sure j

'{ulf states, :while- "heavy and some business is. ood''and'capital easily finds profitable investment?, l?

Ulllnf frosts occurred' In the Ohio Val- Then go to California, where .both'health and opportunity await

CURED OF PARALYSIS ) ey and.' In' the Mississippi: valley as' your coming: *, .

f. l jar north, as Memphis."' ".
: -W. 8.! Bstley P. 0*Truer Texas; writes: "'M',.
Wife had been suffering five :years with paralysis la Snow In' Pennsylvania.{ .
:. her arm, when I was persuaded to use Ballard' The first snowof_ the season was The Chicago Union Pacific and ,
..Snow Liniment, which effected a complete cure. I reported Thursdayfrom various parts : ,
have also ned it for old sores, frost bites and skin ,
eruptions. It does the wotk." of western Pennsylvania Aii. Inch of 1
snow fell .In the moiot.aInl'and'' at ,
BEST' LINIMENT' ON EARTH ONCE! TRIED. A&-WAYS.'O : North-Western Line ;
v REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES Greenville Pa. Snow' fell for five ,
hours, causing- hundreds; of frees to ,
THREE '
SIZES: 25c, sac and $1.OO break. ,is the most direct route to the Pacific, Coast and there are, two '

BALLARD. SNOW LINIMBNT' CO.. Train Inspection: Curtailed. fast through ,trains daily via this line, over the famous,',doublet

ST. LOUIS U. S. A.8OLO Heavy.fro tll have prevailed In Tennessee , track railway between Chicago and Missouri River

? North'' Mississippi and Arkansas. i Special low round-trip: rates are in effect via this line .

.. AND RECOMMENDED!" . Dr.. Albright of the state board throughout the ',summer to various Pacific Coast paints,, and It
of health said! that hewould Immediately .
,. .issue orders niurtalllng. the colonist low rate'one-way tickets 'will be on 'sale during Sep- ,

-F; oe: := 1''I': : ,,; : e .'--- train inspection ezvlc8:, in the more ? S tember and October, which give an unusual chance for settlers,

NORTH KISSIMMEE.' _' PHONE NO. & .: I II :northerly<<: parts of T Dne 'ee. to make the trip at a minimum.exp se., .

I Earliest Frost at.-Ja kaon.
Daily and personalconducted excursions through San ..
to
are operated ;
A good sized frost was visible' In
C. Jackson, .Miss..and surrounding country Francisco Los Angeles, and Portlandwithout; change,. on which a double '
; -W. GRIFFIN Thursday morning.: -This Is the berth in a.Pullman tourist sleeping_car.from.Chicago costs only zoo via the

. earliest date on 'which frost has 'appeared ;
In several! years, and it'meansan Chicago & North-Western Union Pacific and r

early lifting of the quarantines. ,
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Fancy Family Groceries The Mobile. Ala., weather bureau Southern Pacific 'Railways. .

has received reports of light TTost"
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Alabama. / .- : 1 ,
FRESH HEATS. : w B. KNI8KSR.M.
and Waynesbpro, Miss., and Thomasvllle .. ..'T..c'M..W..z..Cakygla. '

its The latter place reports a P1.... maU ... to mf add_ CaUbrmta.beestew, seass laesMI'ALL
Delivery trverr day, 'at any.:"hour; patronage solicited. heaY7"de 08lt with a temperature! of FILL'.IN THIS. COUPON Mro"'VO'0a0"'taa. nn'.d tnia ......., .
43. Lake, Miss repots killing frost ,
a .
= 0 :. Co with a temperature of.86. ijant/ year AND MAIL IT TO-DAYr ,, ,

the first frost to.occur. as far/south/ as .
Wayuesboro occuq .on-October 21. .
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Will Lift Quarantines I .
KISSIMMEEFIVER A Birmingham dispatch says: There sn,4 \ ,

was-a -heavy-frost over' north! .Alabarna /,, .

Thursday night. Cool weather I *'*.* *.*...* *+*.*.*+* .+*+*'*t..i.t..**.,
:BO.t7TE' continues, and It Unexpected that quarantines PASSENGERS!: .SEARCHED .

will.be'ralaed !pt mice -
ilecause Chattanooga( .had_ A,]heavy detectives! Lock' Fast Train Doors and.
8TEAMEH ULLin; STEAMER!: ROSEADA. front .the board of health has withdrawn .'': Nab ai Robber,---*T" I'c'iY .BAKF'RY 1i

Captain Clay Johnson, ''8r. CijJtilnClay John.on. Jr. all Inspectors and guards 'from' Passengers on an,. 18hour.train.
the which arrlved"lnChicago Wednesdayfrom
Regular weekly trips" to BasslngerV/d return. Roseada'leaves Klsslnf trains entering city. P .
before
des Tuesday morning,. and -arvtvesrdnlmmeb Wldsy evening. ', Joy, Reigns In New Orleans New York, were'searched Ao

Special Charter Trips tD Lake pkerc)>obe and Fort Myere on the Ullle...:. A New Orleans special say: Still being. allowed to allgbt!- and one of 'Bread
them J. jr. Croake wags arrested; Cake ;
/Fresh
Comfortable accommodation for pac.s'engers./ Rates reasonable. ecljur weather, the mercury going to j. ,
TBS most picturesque Waterway in Florida.. 58 at Ned 'Orleans and uhder '40, In charged with robbery.By *. \ .
his .life's
For .Pusenger. and Freight Rates apply to many others parts of the ;state, with'Yost the arrest shattered.lie.says romance .. and .Ples every' day; '
was Croske was on '
CLAY JOHNSON. SR.. Proprietor. .
In the middle section,of the state, '
a ., "14111 Kls'slmmee, FU.The"'Importance"of his way to vlplt relatives In Chicago: "
On board e, ; ,
II', . '.; . . ; Thursday Increased the probability of he said, and expected to back to :" AGENT" LAUNDRY." ,.' '
: .. go ; ': ': .r WHITE STAR 0
,: t. ' ' ( .. .....,. the early extinction, of yellow fever I. < '
'
"'. : '" 't" ......:... 'C. '" throughout Louisiana opal Mississippi, ,, Newark, N; X., November 1 to be wedded / '," ,."r,!to+.'PACKArES3CALLED'f ',. ,, .;.. .." '-))11 FOR';. AND. .r" ,,T..10UVElts.D'. ,- ..... .""' .:.;...
'
to whose ,,
"' ; a young woman 'name ; ( .Ij' .
) "
'' ; ,:' Proper 'Breathing i i1' the two states which have' been' '; In- he-reftiBedV! to disclose. "," /, \SAYI.: :TAiLkiNO'ABOOT-'AriNB''uNElOF.: UUNCHVGOOI, > CAN. :
)taxi..
, fooled since August The victim'ot the robbery was "."'x'4' .> "DIES, NUTS, -ETC. WE HAVe \T E.M..I/.!i 'l:" ,
conditions considered ...
M. :--- -- It In both states are '
: Samuel M. H mm. a national bankezagginer.
._ G.nn. 'Lodg.mentIn lion to be of the brightest and with ',
.. Find Is most frequently seen In sedentary Kla told watch and his t"1 '
\1n .ed l Portion. ..of' th. men and Infants.: The opposite fear practically) passed and people gen puree:co&alning'/153. wero2oapd.In |.. ..Presh Roasted Peanuts all the time.-- *4
Lung-r Frequent Cause> of style of breathing, known as .costal erally utterly tired of .the restrictions CrOl'ke'sulf \ The 'prll o r" -:
> Dread TobcrculoeU.. breathing. Is seen In women who' habitually 'put trpon travel; It 10anticipated that tested! his c lnnocen.ce:ra.e. and declared that pro- .. ., ;. .., ".* ..*.*. ,***' .n.iJ' *..*ii''fi|'' >*r-<'i Mii4Ftf? I"&, '
wear waist-constricting gar the of Quarantine will soon be ;.
.
Air Is made 'to enter the chest by -era the plunder was placed In his valise
enlarging the chest cavity, ;or thorax. ments. Tbe principal movement. Is over; by. some one .other than himself.
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downward at the 'top of the chest.
TblsMi '
accomplished hr a
A number CJf persons of prominencewere
movement of the diaphragm and an Neither costal nor abdominal respiration YE PURSE-POOR se"wbo
outward movoment! In all directions of Is capable of bringing the among tb underwent the '
the lateral chest walls This is largely lungs fully Into action. Only such portions Demonstration- How ordeal of having- their. clothing and -High-Gr.ade W.hiskey
Burlesque as to baggngo,, searched by detecUTt'8.Croake .
accomplished: by the muscles which of the lungs act as lie in contact -
lift the ribs and pull them outward with .a portion of the chest wall -Immigrants Are Admitted. Is circus performer. Hit ,

from the center of the body. The which moves during the respiratory Members of the Chicago Press Club has been touring Europe and had Just! . '.
'
lungs ate emptied by the natural re-I .effort, and in those parts which He in visited .Ellis Island New York, on returned" to America. Y" = 0 0 ' ... = : : : =
turn of the parts to a passive contact; with portions of the chert Thursday, where they were given a --- c .
when the muscles cease their pulling wall which' remain' iJle"the- air stagnates S realistic Immigrant
\ demonstration of how KOMURA ARRIVES IN TOKIO.
; upon/.tbe chest walls. In ordinary !, Carbonic' acid gas and other s are Inspected before being allowed -1 T JE: CAFE'' ; :
deep'rpsplratlon. when the breathing poisonous matterss, accumulate. The ,
Each .
to enter thin' country. Cot Cold Reception from Populace. .
with cells thereby poisoned and
movements are lot Interfered living are
guest was labeled with a tag like'real a Honors Hlm. '
But Emperor | KISSIMMEmllOTELAND
the movement consists chiefly of an paralyzed. PneumonIa"perma; and NEAR PASSENGER DEPOT
enlargement of the trunk-In the region other disease-producing microbes and immigrant Just arrived from Europe Baron Komub, the foreign; minister THE ORA1 8.HOUSE. '
of the waist. There Is'at the especially the germs of tuberculosisare : end was s.ubjtlCt'to the regular who acted as chief plenipotentiary lot
samn time a marked bulging forward likely. 'to find lodginent in -thent) examination for' admission.-. Two (ft Japan, arrived In TiJklo Monday. A. E. BEARDEN Prpjpriefdr. '
ul-the abdominal wall. This style of Idle parts. The paralyzed cells are the newspaper, men were declared InelIgible His reception! at the railroad'station t
I breathing Is 'sometimes, though Incorrectly easily overcome by the Invading to land and become American was .not enthusiastic. those' present '
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termed abdominal respiration germs and so an acute inflammationmay cKlzeoa. They did not have enough being principally government dlgnlt' : : ,

In abdominal respiration proper ) be set up. or, still worse, that mony lo-assure the 'inspectors that rcB.! The Meets were strongly guard I NOW HAVE THE LARGEST'STOCK pF,VNE8, ..WHI&.
there Is a forward movement of the dreadful disease, pulmonary4 tuberculosis 'they would not become public ed by troops, police: and gendarme! KIES AND BEERS EVER HANLED IN KISSIMMEE.. ALL .. '

abdomen, but without marked enlarging or consumption obtains, a foot. charges. The baron drove to the palace In an "GRACEI. AT. PRICES. TO ,SUIT THE. TIMES.. '
hold. '
of the waist: Abdominal roatflra- Imperial carriage, where he was .cordially ,

PROMINENT-NEGRO A CONVICT. retired by the' emperor( and

., during the audience, which lasted ove 4Tug "Trade ',' ,
'Particular Forehead I a Specialty.IE .
; Stamped Date on Congressman Murray of South Car. an hour, It la believed the baron made ;

.\ ..-.. ollna Must Serve Terni. a 'full: .verbal report to the emperotof

'-. HI We>akn.M, Ing to attend to such Important busi George Wl Murray., colored a for, the course of t@te peace negotiations -"
.. Novelist.Ha Gr.at Knowing Scheme* to Keep ness. But when I met film at the flier member of congress, was sep emphasising yrsldenLRooa., ..*****...***.***'***..... '.' ***, .*..*.*..*****'*.*..-

. Himself at Work-Puts Iodine) door .of his apartment I could see tenced at Columbia S..'C.. Wednesday _ S velfs efforts In behalf of peace :
,
- to Good v.... L"One quickly_enough why be had no wlsh- to serve three years., .In the peni- At' the close' of the' audience the .._ E' AO: ' A L. O ONR. ,
1-_ to_appear public.<<: Acro.a--hll forehead ..!entlar1.J r'- forgery, Murray),.'who emperor' honored' the baron- withwritten' - - - '_" I, '7; F- -;- : .! e'
of my.clients?:' sap. lawyer; ; written In brownish yelloW; is reported to be quite wealthy; was; I personal message.- -highly

"is a well known* novelist whose name, was a date-Jan.. -charged with forging the name of an 'prised! by. Japanese statesmen. The .
I of course, I can't give ;you. He Is a "I couldn't help laughing, and he old tin certain notes for land. message expressed: satisfaction at tba : MUCCEALES
. curious character-not exactly lacy, looked at me in a puszled way for asecond negro that was .concluded and ? .. J' '
fact
rece .
but diverted from_bis he said 'O, I At the time of his arrest Murray wan "1;. ., .
being ) and then see. "
t 1' always commended Komura'a' able services as ,
.. reloaned on $3.000 bond, which It I ;i'
If
His .
what this date
work on the -slightest excuse. You are wondering on .
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..... shown during the negotiations. WINES BRANDXESt:
thought 'win'
forfeited.
.. trouble Is that be Is such a capital my face Is for.' : I .. .
f-"- !fellow,he will take up ...Ith,an, suggestion " 'Yes." said I. 'Who wrote .It .OF, VARIOUS
P ER IVIM8 'RAE.Accepts. ,- GRADES I .
anywhere
; ; made:to ,him to go there PENSACOLA SITUATION.Eleven Y'ILL.'MAK WhiSkies" '
-or to do anything -Hs loves'com pankm "1 did.' I AND PRICES-. .. ',., :
. hlp' aadU restless If ke stays for "'Yo '4Idl"! ,' I. cried' wondering If le Cases Reported, for Saturday .Nominationfor Mayor R fus-. "
*. hou. { ,, -- _. Hughes.. CIGARS AND 'TOBAO o. Hnheuse
any,length Lof Uip In the ev, wasMnsane. ---- 'and-O"I Or e,Death- - -drby-Attorney ,-- '----- . ....- -- ..
"Well. ,>one day some of his business ".'Yes't>e replied. 'You know-what William, Mills -Ivlns. who acted as ; > '- '
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here The ebow, fover'summery for Pen- :
and hand+ l I amfor, flying and 7 legislative
great
{needed his Immediate ,attention, a counsel for the Fassett:
% I called htm'np on the telephone. J" there IlDd neglecting'my ;Vorkt Well.I .'' sacola. > Saturday. :'was''as follows, :'New. committee, la 1893 a/4,,,?as :> city Bi.Js.ch'' Seer ;
1L ,* ";1" qt gume 40wn.&&.s& have hit on a scheme to fool myself. canes 'Jt, .total ,cases) 394, ,death!-,; 1, chsmberlaln.nnaer Mayors Ileirltt and. ;
iN'';.. *" ?WheXBate:: loVofwbrktq} | <.J W-, '
ck1 r naked. ; deaths' discharged has accepted the, nomination " t r+I..I" : \.. "
B3, casei .161. Grace, .
'''No.'. not sick/'repU.d As. but I some 10diU...&11", wrtt ;ttbe. date up, total''ugddroatmat"\ } :as th.'T rubllfc sa. candidate, for mayorof I, ... rONeCfAUGHT' . %'ND. ....:.gbvTTU,r.1".- __ w.tA'+ ..."....'.&..
Uwon'J ash,,o?. and.aman.can caigi 18t.: '
4" here. .f '
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++,.can'la cq. />ut7-that's''altt".Bet dipp New'Tork'city. iC.AHONLY BB FOUND INK1BflMMEC"ODROADVVAY' #'"'
.In want hardly! gajabout much; pith It on. k1'1i: decrease In.the number of oases .
here with'the: me :. '' \ -
papers you ,1 eanwblle'RerogreataT'aadawrlte' Cbbrtes >ugb'ita\'eounael! : ; forttAs STREET.. :AP"THBJ '''BRICK BAR BUIUDINQ. ("
1\ to sign as'you go up'town.* Itwears*utlJ1Wr.ev.ndd.rs: lUte his i c/iuIeT mac b i s atleliEttori tri'YLi "leaislatlrcomm7tTee'luieettgating: ..------ "..w-- '. (I, T '!;"jf w. I ::'f.J: ,,'


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'. The-Kisslmmee Valleu! Gazette- I LAJIIIE VJLLE, LETTER TO JULIUS FLA"HYDE.' wvv i ',o Vwv:vvv iv vv v vvvvti .vvVv. ivti"' :I

KISSIMMBB. ""
TELEPHONE. NO. t1 ,_ The warm aide ot October was re- Dear Sir: Lets talk .It right out '
poaLIIIIED EVIHT raiser ceived by the Inhabitants of Lanler- before folks: there's nothing to hide in Iii' '.

p Office In Valley Uaw.ette'JluUcunar.. vllle with pleasure It having, been preceded your business or ,ours; if there is, HURRAH !I
we'd better bide ourselves.We .
K&K, 'I
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UNfiVLA..r
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by a blast from Jack Frost's
-- --- are in a trade to make money;

_,w. B. HAil HIS Editor sad Proprietor.Bot land that caused the Governor and his go are you We make it by savingour ........-.....-..

.ro<] at the Pnttofllro. ID 1tJ..lmm..I'I... staff to hunt their old coals and bustle customer's money; so do you. I )
4 coad-cl.M maU m Wlr. otherwise Our object. In trade U to Bare our -
,as t.hem.
into naught of
an
aubw. wilt pie... notify be ems If unpleasant nature has disturbed the customers' wood from rotting and ; I tip my lint to Star Brani:: hoes,'? Kays Tommy. Jj4Several 1
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Iron
and steel and tin from rustlnc: .
tk fall 'U>get the reuul.rU. -
?' >all : \ J'r:.xc-ui from our authorM4 -; } quietude of our City. At the white yours the same. f styles for bow and girls" And 4?

|wrlt.r.Re rorrwpODdenU. must -b. .tlnued bp' the house(; air things are a* they should We work for tbou'and of property Z; .4 .:

) >te4mtl will not b.returned onle. be. The owners; you for a few. We can do "
Governor's indefatigable
', tailed '.r. some things that you can't do; we -the way tllat Bull Dog" stocking wears is a A "

e BUBaCftimOt KATKSOo dustry keep horse, plow or scythe havethe facilities. You can do Dome

t .copy,one,ear ........ ....... .......11.00 blade in constant practice and his frequent .' things that we can't; you are there. (;. $NA wonder."* t
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One copy, .l& soontns.... /10 calls for details from the Agricultural I Let us work together; be faithful to .
On .three nomhi...... ......, .. .36
eop) 'another. \Ve
one caD serve cus.tomE'rs
a branch of the j.anier Institute better by working together our and I GET 'E. VI AT 4
Friday,October 20th. 1905. insinuates that that important be )oe another. z DANN-l.S L

--- -'- --- I branbe of industry U motto be !kept In I I Your doII'* put into our paint, S

i 'Orlando Is ,till wrestling: with herVslnk :the back ground. Her ladyship I' will paint. more feet than any other .- \" ':

: bole'-t.problem. rompt.I'l'elpond..to-all calls.on--tbe-i this'sway';saves and the you paint money will: last That's longer.all I T* :>:,


fiov.. .Hroward has appointed J. that Culinary; these and Important Laundry! departments divisions are so j 1 I![.there truly.l is in our whole .business, Yours - .-, -, -. ,'-- = --- -. -'" ..- ,'. . ,--_.

..i'' Emmett Wolfe, of Pensacola as his properly-cared; for. The Lake is receding ]'' F. W DEVOK & Co ,"' ._ >It'1
q"' M., 45 New York .
to succeed A.
private secretary and the hopes of \
our ..
flehermeneesi j
Brpwn,-recently..appointed-star h tbat w.terfalls. Kaitlo's weekly -]I A- Protracted '
'. r Meeting', Goods and
Duval County.. Clothing NotiQ s''i
t 'visit; to your Camp was made as III,I. The protracted meeting Is e..lllin. Dry
usual Saturday: last and ,
,:v, Tbe .City Council! met Monday was agree progress at the :Methodist. Church and
ably. ttuprised; at the Improved i rondition __
iff.1TDtjh -iloWle.t Is a-rO\Iluar'wlth each service.
( "and; declared the Lei levy
{ of the road leading the city the, Tbe Rev Mr. Stanton is an '( NEW -LINE OF '
'arnsti:
;., tor 1905, fixing the rate at, 14 mills on uI.IIRdase.I
", fence'spoken of in a previous article. worker and Iii doing a great, work here .. !
.the dollar. This, a reduction of five for the cause of religion.
u jnllls from )last'year's levy;;:,and shows Is at present an Impediment to travel, There have thus far been nine accession j I
,,J. a graceful almost semi circular road fioods
Dry
; that bonding; a town doe not necessarily to the church and several nor P Furnishings
Iv to takes the pl-ace of the old one which, are expected to join in the next few y.
raise ,
taxes.
mean> a
'(-.; :r.l .- appear to be almost equal to an original .days: I <
[ The Populists do exist In Georgia. cia 1 ; road those who have not rived Mr.last McBrayer. ; of Temple. Ga., ar- . \
Saturday and is In charge
JThere Is neither. hair nor'hide of them witnessed the beautiful'wor), done by Of the siding.

_ k to be found |nFlorlda_ a* a party or-; the County machinery certainly fall to A special tor vice !or men only will Summer Clotting.'Goan Very Cheap. + ;. 3i 3iLflJL1LI1JI

ganizatton.Everythtnglbsoitdly Oernocratlcdown recognize the utility of that wonderful beheld In the Opera House nSxt. Sun, i
day afternoon a 3 o'clock. Rev. E.. M. -
(, \ this' way.. -Jacksonville: Irivcntlon in such skillful bands as Stanton win preach and all the men are L
rc Metropolis.: those which Captain Bell posseses It cordially invittedtoattend:, \


;Yt ,bavinInstalled:The Jacksonville+ \ one Metropolis of the largest Is' of Is certainly It however doing grot possessed wonders a by'potion and Full Of Tragic Meaning American' and Ellwood Woven WireFENCING.

evil spirit on Saturday last turned are those lines from J, If. Simmons, of
and fastest newspaper Dresses In the threw list. Casey.' la. Think what, might have
driver; but checked
over
South. The, ,,Metropolis 1* probably ; was resulted from hill terrible cough If he I 1

W the most: successful newspaper venture before any serious' damage occured, had not taken the medicine about .. ;w .. ... i'i
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k"t t started Kaklo had the pleasure of shaking the which.be writes: "J'had K: fearful .., .
In Florida.
ever
"e friendly hand of Bro. Guy while ,on cough that disturbed my nights. Test.I "

The Tribune-publishing' Company Broadway,. and the Conversation tried every thing,but nothing.would . "1 '4" ,
relieve it until I took: Dr. Kings New
of Tampa bas.,recently purchased the which folioed was both aDdlutruct.he"the Discovery for Consumption coughs '\

Arno Hotel property 1n that city and Rev. gentleman1 Is and Colds, which completely curedme. 261" .r: :
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/ 'will move their large printing! and throughly biblical and his untiring ." Instantly relieves and prompt ,

publishing plant Into it. The Tampa Beat: in behalf of the Master's cause ly cures all throat. and ,
eases; preveotlgrlp and .
Tribune eUsi' If.ranks anx>oK.t.be beat renders him one of the most useful Osceola Pharmacy druggists IUOIr\'iia.j .

r" newspapers In the State" and Editor churchmen. our county affords. I teed; 60o and fl.OO Trial '

Stovall Is receiving; the hearty congratulation Bro. Reaves was likewise a visitor Reduced Rates to .. -- .;.' ;.
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:xt .of ,his brethren' 'of the at t.bc"Metropolls,th.l good brother has Via the Atlantic coast: LineAccount !:i '.-... -- '.u; I0--: .':: "-:"" v-, .- ';
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t' Statepre.a" 'on this new .evidence of the unlimited confidence of. all who '>
: of
Visit of Prost \ ,
the Tribunes prosperity under bis come In contact with him. lion. C; S. Roosevelt Vet :23rd. I +,,";)t i

able. management. Acree's top buggy epidemic appears On account of the above occasion II, kyellilllg lias 011 1 huiid in warehouse in Kissimmcc Fin) : '
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to have subsides but Miss Lou always the Atlantic Coast Line will sell roundtrip !
w? Friday, November 24, has been furnishes; him the1argeot i oitp there- is tickets to Jacksonville: at rate of American W. W. tf'-chjjt., 20 inn high 12 in.- tays>- Kllwood Poultry k Rabbit Fencing, 42 in. high l i

f ,decided upon as Confederate Veterd in the house to drink coffee from. one fare plus 25o. tickets will be sold American W. W. *;V >cJb:i ?, ' *". high 12 In. stays Glwood Lawn Fencing, '42 In. high ,'

d II i an'aday at tbe coming State Fair! at The Honorable gentleman was accompanied I Qo. 20th, with final limit Oct. 23rd. Ao rlc.b Poultry-A Rabbit Fencing, heavy specification :31 In. high 0 In. stays ...... t!Ii'

.';J:.t' Tampa program and of one the of entire the most fifteen elaborate days by his esteemed lady on the I Cures Chills and Fever.O. Other hcj i.1t. ;-iul puttiM-ifo 01'lpr( ((11)rOmlt1yfrom factory if wanted. PlioneP50 JI

occasion of his Saturday's visit. W.Vlrt\ Ndcogdoches. ;
: : Texas. ,,, .. ._
\q' will I I be in honor ---- ------ -
; arranged of
the oceaslon. -
The,Levl'ite were represented by the says: "His daughter bad chills and
;' [ 'The ? TnCa.re 'Ice line i> flR SALE. / .
'v Third Brigade Florida Patriarch John and L. Bass. Kaklo fever for three years; he could not a Cold ayQiilnlne ," I
i.J'; Confederate Veterans, will hold their find any thing that would help her Take Laxative BrppV, Tab Two nice homes, Chas. H. Bron k. '
a pleasant hour in
'Y. annual reunion' .on this day, and a spent company withthese until be tried Uerblne. llis wife will lets. All'druggltita (\'tlltJd! the money son's cottage, 7 lots and grove. .,.
gentlemen: they Intimate, that not keep house without it and cannot Huggy and Harness *, '
f 'cordial Invitation if It falls to cure. 'to; W. CJrove's; signature ""r..
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extended by .the Important. changes are to be made In say.too much for it.." hoc, at Thorn- is on each DJtt.: ?:%e. tf.Motbery Tornado Insurance.

(: rC noted brigade to every confederate the no distant'future on the Whittier ason & Roberson's.' Drug Store. .::.._ S. I fl. Aultman's two story cottage
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I' J ,..south veteran to wife attend.Mr aon. or daughter;.. in tbe reservation but".evidence concerningour Florida Fruits. --- ,a, and eight. 10..... .J.I I'' M. WlLLSON Agent.Jrt.I 1\loIi'

'. .-'N friend Arch'! Michigan millionaire k.'fj, ; IMAX
Who would phvit chlldran
New York Oct.. 13.< In i
.1: From repo..of. passenger and I was,very weak, The biasing process -Florida Grape good health shuU)" watch for the JIIOTl B.,
frnlt better
;'YL.| industrial: agents 'of'.ttie Coast line between the Post Office and Missten this week than any other first symptoms of wof'na.' %nd remove The party4u"vlqgTelepbone Books.
Jane' bad ttmeduringtheseason., .- 'It comet them with While's (*>IIAJ- 'Vermefuge. '
':S; *,,Sea,noarcraDd other .(railway* 1neste&to DIW7er-bee _completea7 belongingJo-rmy-isonr-will( : : return '
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Kaldw**"''a nlJ'i'.eli to, return, half colored and when put' waX In J It is child rein baoni the
t4 :; coming1 State Fair atTampV ed the beating: room t.wo'or three da11.howl digestion to work 'I) that their food ; be appreciated.. MRS PEIIDEW.
: ,,: 'y+ tbe attendance of borne seeker to (he camp of tbe Whittlerltes does them good apt the grow. up ,
'. but what the future will' reveal I II a very" good color. Prices' healthy and BtroniT Bold by Thorn-
., to from other.t.atea'OwUllul'pa,. WIYT a as A. VANS AGNEW ,
Hidden range 94t i5, most the fruit selling Roberson. P ,
yet 10 at ason
; Kaklo
\ :t>t any state fair hitherto held In jibeSouth. mystery, endorse L .
$4.50 box: '
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rr ,': : .' Through tb.' whole 'summer Rustic'. appeal for a Whittler correspondent few 11I.4te.t. J ATTORNEY AT LAW......., I -
Only
/ a Florida
.:; and autumn ,an energetic ad verts log Miss Alice you wtlteol" find'a oranges are Iatoel.tilet_ NOTARY PUBLIC |1 1I.AJ'D
<4 ; *ubstltute don't blush' I know coming to the market, and the It was to .all. \ her f*lvto, An astonishing . -
ha baen In you
campaign waged all market would be Incident, .that Njr... I. B. Hunt
,'V can If you will. I can't just as well off KISSIMMJ FLA
: 1.section: ,', pa"ICJllarl"La'1he"NorLho! : : acconqt, for: If none came. They and of Lime Ridge Wig" bas cured of .
..'...Jf :west, nd thlJvrlll. ; be, continued ,onx4ul -. Lonesome Jack silence.,, Look here small green her dreadful sickn and
:' the fair[ (ate*open. 'So great ha* I Daisy Ia 1 Fathom dead or' isltonlylo"" I the last without of tbe-month very much then favor By writes. "had give- *) 'tie lip; friends J.!d'_LL60t'l: )1s \.,_ : i : fl
'ream ought to were tobld ;AUSCHWITZ.
ready
,.' 0been tba 'demand for 'exhibit,:.,spaceat 6< '_ la cupper: a dream Having not to been warn too b* some-very good oranges from clouds of despair dlrheaed m9 to0: 1..well my horbteo; ___ < NOTARY PUBLIC.:.. r WATOHMAKIPANDdsWil.tyl >

..' tbe Fair that the erection of extra. much *puoe this week.occupy will\ return Florida. v, ,, ._,_ and,I was a wreck 40 the 0hores<)( despondency ,\ STATE AT LARGE: S 'MI.I&' .. p...*: I
Iff :building.tia**been ia-.ll t.t..&: indadlng -' on th. ,above.' KAJOO.9t 'A, Usmrsrtwtxl Cur for Pile*. when ,1 begaq ,toe takefrlffbtful Real Kstate Agent.. Repair oa Watches.Cloaks and ' ?
Jewelry
."., another live tock buUdta Electric Bitters.ftj/ Jd1 I KISSIMMEE;. '- FLORIUAHARIUS'SANATOIUUM. .. *
a. v
<< Itching Blind ,me.dIDIr' CorefollandPrompatiz.oute
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cll Made ,
'* to Order. or pro( stomach and liveratoaUhsaent I1I"IIt.; \ Tf the I .,
AbonUOoI.iIM! drat. race, horse OfTeonesse truding Pile.' Druggist refund ,
raoni of all, tin. hegefited.at A
.,',;tb. ',,Carolina. ., Georgia .Rubber Every thing Stamp la 'Stencil Line ,of Metal'and .y If Paso Ointment fall to cure any once and an DOW ooaculously -I" I-t.el and mir , o*.' . + , -, "1
regular n. L..HA..III..tJaeBItY'O :; : .
'' case, tto matter of bow long '
M FIcridwU1! been at UK\gnu; 8t.eMUI. Inks,'Brubes, Pad etc.. on la 6 to''14 day. First application standing, Osceola restored fA b _lth.M At -. .. AND aBNBftAL MBBICINBS.OR. p.:I'.. i.o..aoir; ,,-. ..
Pharmacy 8'Ore '
$0 J ., Dlpe 4", Pf"r band at all .times. Linen' (Marker live *... and .......6Oo. If your drug 60c;.parantee4.' ;: b-.t. .' .;' price '0IIJ0e Bova...to...to to :. . -- '- -. DnIcta..1III,Jrpeii'
: roVinarklnjr: UbW. :andiadlrldual gist hasat .It send Mo IB 'It ; : :'' .; ; N. M.'HIG lR. w. AIL saW &MsWltua" -.' '.
Bring stamp -\. 1,' :
: ; work to: tb :Yilly linen' ," ,, .
job *: ; .
your .Ai-M. .n '
; NICHOLSON will be forwarded' eAR;NOfl aWD "..A.1'. .
post-paid by Part. Plant I R. ...
ad. In I4..eftse. $3. .
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HsslmmeeValleu Gazette Wady the Tuner;,Qrl.D: o. I Wears Coat. Shirt 1C8t.' m at Dann'i J -Carter; Thompson ;turned 'I last:' : '

'Send u* your Job printing{ This office'.. under pbUgaUons! to night from.Georgia; where he.. ha* .

TIIaPHONi': NO ?lt. Hf'yard circuit 'ooun meet la W. J. Sears Esq., Agent of the Norwich been for the past' several week """'I -. -""--,

Tltusville next: : Monday.' Union hr. Insurance Company If ion need a aloe bo.. DOW 'Is -: ; e, ,

BLIIIED. fBBY 1I'IUDAY. for some fine lead oenolls advertising the. time to buy Dr( Phillip b.a. . .
WesternMeats' .evert; Saturday. ; at his company,, them. v I
B! ,. NARRIB" Warlng's.Mr. a
W. .
_.. .. ,My 100ft'.amp)". of Wall Paper will Contractor. Frank: Bass' has driven"an
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-OttlolIW; ..UI.r .po""'. O., Buckles, has moved fair- be here In a.fe'lll.d a1..1 Walt and see artesian well' on vr.: JeDdel'' lot,

,'A., Tarek.vuaa-wasa'aaefo* family into the. U. D. Waring cottage. them. C. K.! ,LANO. sulking a very .good Upw'ato about H. C. STANFORD -

r.1 0""' '' ....1... Oct. IB 106. If you have any laundry to send Rev C. K. Jones has sold the crop' 180'feet... ,

away, and-want U "done UD" In good of fruit on his fine grove an the Is* Hare you seen our new Ltn. of!X>r- IR'13IRUIIEE
I ""/IoS. I M/aA a.r1aiu\ shapes phone the City Baker,. land to Chase Co.,.of Sanford: and othy Dodd Shoe at Dann'.. I THE. rfasr OKICIIUTOK. op Low PRICES. '
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the work of gathering the' fruit ,
Mr. Bender' article on his travels '
.of
----- The ca.e Hopkins Nettles
: vs :
wa begun
In. the Orient grow more interesting yesterday. ,
11II replevin of cattle which wa to have
f .. .,: /nu every week." If.you want a nice pair of match been tried in C-ounty Judge ''Johnston '' '

,r .'r: ,7i 1.40 If you ..want Comfort and Service horses Dr.: Phillip ha them Court yesterday, was postponed on :

I emI,.. $ I t. combined lord. bay your shoes trom Stan- bow The telephone pole have llnefrom all been Klsslmmee set' for the to account, was of an the Important Illness of witness D. J. Sumnerwho' la the''I .u, . ASK OUR PRICES' ON ,, : W

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4" ... 10.. Narooossee and the. work of stringing ease and was unable to attend. '. .
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i- Attorneys W. L. Palme and J. H. -.. .. ? .
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'..A...04'.80.. .. p. M, J lopes of Orlando,, were In towa the1 wires will begin dent week. It I* Dr. Phillips horse are all young "J
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. .....0-1----..._ ._" .,,_ .. _. ... yesterday"' on legal bualuev expected lion within that the the next line ten will day be.In opera. driving.nd'weU broken, either for ridloll'or. , SUMMER. GO'ODS. :. .

lir fpr Insertion of adyertlseIti ,
rates llemember the
Mllllaery Opening at
The hflf( sale of figured lawn atKate' The Editor of the Valley ,
araontf'the reading matter ,on Mrs. Chandler' next Friday! and ''Invitation I .'
will continue for another week. begs to 'acknowledge an \: -
line each. Saturday, 28th. and 2Blh.
cents loIt'nn.
U ten per -
page Mr. T. A. Minx of Parkersburg from the president and governor of ., : ,
r+ Tbe County Commissioner have let. Wi ;Va. Is visiting his brother, Judge, the Jacksonville Board of Trade to . .... ..,- -,.@ '
the )1\ .
contract to John .Uansel for. attend '
s' a reception to President Roosevelt ) .
-
.. L. A. Minx Mr. Minx .1* a photographer '
new bridge across. UoggyCreek./ and to be heldlo the auditorium of ..
by profeHfeion, will.
go "
We.teriMeat at. Waring'. market to Fort. Meade next week! where be the Board of Trade rooms In Jackson .

I Local News. tomorrow, Saiurday.. expects for the to winter.open a photographic" studio o'clock.villa tom. ..If(' -nothing row afternoon breaks from loose 1 or to :' > ; ' ,.j. :-

Commissioner W. L. Vary Duior comes untied, -we'll.tJe. there.- ' : : : > .
-,- ---" spent several daysln Tampa." this W\tile: Buy your shoe from: Dana's, and .

OOOO4 in the interest. of Osoeola's exhibit at. y'ou will get value. for your ... All l form of eye troubles and cbronlo ;
the fair. diseases, such as: Inflamed or1' Ul- "
ewer, gallons; wear longer; DeroeP It. Is reported with what authority certed eyes, Cross eyes," headache. or .
For particulars about laundry work been unable to learn that the
nervousness, neurasthenia
weave epilepsy
,
lte star Laundry-CITY.. BAKERY. phone the City Bakery. Our boy 1 I. authorities. propose putting stomach. trouble, constipation piles: t

apd Mrs. O. A. BeaSb of Ash- always ready to call and get your a dally service on the' FloridaMid.. female t.rouble..ete overcome without SfiOes.WE -

4' I Tuesday In town. .package. _. A land, bejlnnIDjNoy.; ; lt. Tblrs( wouldpru.e drugs or operations by the famous Douglas .
_
returned from a great convenience to lEe systert of dpthalmology and neurology :
Jash Bargain store Is the place Will McLaughllnhas
and trucker along
orange grower as practiced bv Dr. E. U. Armstrong
let school supplies Miami and has aoceuuxl a positionwith that road ,
Jacksonville. The Doctor isat .
K.A. Niemeyer at. the City Bake.ry .. .
lohn leaves left Sunday last for a Hats present making professional tour of '
.,( '' A beautiful Hoe of P Bern '.. .
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visit. to relatives la Uaoford, middle and south Florid -and will be .
>ks will be on exhibition at:- 11 err.. Pille, ",
Lee and Wlnter.,Oarden, Stanford has the Buster Brown: opening next Friday and Saturday. in Klsslmmee on Oot..< 40-31 located. at
Stocking lor boys and girl.. None the Klsslmmee Hotel and at Orlando
f"fo those Klrschdautn: overcoats at betuflr. AH former patents and any other Nov. 12.You could..not put your caseIn L. .

[nfords.Jlr. who may wish to consult. him are -reminded the hand of one more, qualifiedthan .

J.'C. Oodbold has recently had Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Slnaletary, that Dr. 'E. U, Armstrong, Dr,Armstrong, and as these State >

ilk a oottBRe near the railroad in who have been upending several weeks of Jacksonville, the eye and nerve tour are u be made regularly every
In the mountains of North Carolina" specialist will be 'at the Ktsslmmee
rib Klsslmtnee for rent. three. months hereafter, It gives patients .
returned, home last week. Hotel here Oct. 30.31, and at Orlando the opportunity of having their case 'LEAD'IN SUMMER '

'eBIt-rn Meat. tomorrow ( Saturday) Silverware and Cutglas, suitablefor Nov. 12. receive constant attention All cases .
.
JC. W. Grlfflo's.K wedding gift and birthday presents ODe, P. Phillips has the finest Rotor taken cared for free'' of' additional. '
.I.... returned Mondaynoon KATZ'S. charge forth. period of one year. .
A. H.It' at. horses ever brought to KlsaimmeeT < ,

from a business; trip to Superintendent. Frank Tatman of Little Miss Helen Cosens, 'daughter CHURCH OP CHRIST NOTES. CLOTHING

upa. The Electric Light Plant has tendered of Mrs. S. D. T. Cosen while tryingto '

_,moke Key West Havana. the best his reslgnatontothe City. Council .to roll a barrel by standing upon it Service will be held In Opera House a s

|Cigar;I on the market. take effect Nov. 1st and turning It with her feet, bid theml.fol1.une Sundy, and there are plenty of nice' .
-.J -.;..
bret..L .,
fall and her left
down BaftTiMHtdayto to : new seats, Try one. "
Ira. C Ki-Jones went to You-are Invited to attend Mr.
/ visit her daughter. Chandler' millinery opening and Inspect arm last Saturday, she was. able to be Our Jong absence this summer; and
out next. day, but carried the- Injured
(>. Leon Hebb.If her good whether! you purchaseor member In a sling. the mount of work and preparation ,

bargains can find not. Next Friday and Saturday for our dedication and !
yoiDcant: you necessary
All the latest fads and fancies Id
i m at the Bargain Store. .Tbe case of Levi Drawdy vs. Brad. millinery will be on exhibition at. meeetlng will make It Impossible for

UueB Mabel Parker and Albert ley, suit in eieclroent, was tried before Mrs. Pilley's opening belt Fridayand u* to glveup to the Methodist. brethren .


Inton m a visit returned I' to friends home_ last Orlando..Jeorke Saturday. County and fendant.. resulted Judge. In Jubn.wo.on'a'- verdict for Tuesday the de--, Mr.Saturday A. Si;; Camphell came up 'from Th there circumstances can be no charge are Understoodand of an UDbrotherl Yaldosta() 'Foundry .& Machine Co, :

Gilbert has the finest line of t.be Basslnger on the boat. last week; and spirit.. There will be no
'I will be In KUstoamee about .
preen
aim about
fall 1'abt-r in town tee left on Saturday fur Uowllug ,
first of November with a carload of prayer meeting while the protracted. --VALDOSTA. 'QA.r ..
perlnlC: your house.Mr. where be will make his home In future. .
fat, smooth and well broken horses meeting goes On.Suudiy.school.
Mr. Campbell In one of the couot, *
U. Irvine of Orlando who has J MCCBACKKN.'
.W. oldest and most. citizens, at 0.45. 'C. E.
progressive
> n visiting her. daughter, Mr. O. l Write for List ot Boilers
Parker, tur5ed home last Monday, Henry Bass and John Padgett .and-one which we can Ill' afford to Yowell Supt.. .. -, Bargain Engines,

openedabeef market last Monday In Lesson Rebuilding the. and Saw Mills. All kinds -
: Temple, and sizes. AVo buy
lose.Don't .
llOo( figured lawns 6c..; 15o figured t.he'old"markeot.. .oulldli/g across. th@street Pi'lley's ; e.
Mr
For fall to.tend (Ezra 3:10: to 4:5: > Bring a scholar.Preaching .
WIIM 7c.; ;:.uo IlKUitd lawns lOc. frow the'pbstoHlOB.Best millinery opening Oct. 2128. '. sell and trade new arid secondhand machineryof '
k: voaiiVienclnir, ,Monday 25th. Cashr st 11.00. SubjectsFollowThou
( this kale. KATZ.r. CutsFlorlda beef at 121 oeotipound Me".' Communion at 11.40.Baptismal kind. Wo manufacture -Columns
\ ; toast lOc; blew. tic, .-- Warring Clerk of the Court E. L. Lesley, service at 8t. Cloud Canal every ,

and Mrs. J. C.. Griffin cam Mirhet.1; '- y. "(* "*v "i iMesser ', accompanied by hla.tsmiPnd. Miss a\?.''OO m; ,. Lintlesr'Ventllators and all kinds castings.- '
left for bra rov. atCow p.
kn from Orlando last night to vltUTatives Bottle (Uardner,
6.11
Platt Christian Endeavor meeting at
here returning borne Moo- Hiram and Calvin Creek Tuesday. Mr Lesley has a
,. spending 'a harp.trToplo, "Sacred Songs That .., ', -
of Mai borne, have.been Urge.crop of sugar cane on his place
tl, In town transacting business look after Have Helped.;" Eph. 5:15-20;, This will 'OUR SELL
day or so at..Cow Creek. and goes! to PRICES WILL YOU.
jSee tWe new Una. Shirt. waist atItanford's. and greeting;their many friend grinding eta They expect to be be a song service that will do you .

' about three weeks,. good.; .Come and bring your favorite CVMcntloa this paper when wrltlna loi'lineyiimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.mmmmnf aoetf r
Cash 'Sale of Figured !;:Lawn. at away '
Mr. A.: B. Cross., a traveling photo- week Monday To'the'ladles hymn; --
Kate's for commencing\ :,_ You. are cordially "Man's
has pitched hi. tent ou the 'KA &'-' Sermon at ,,715. Subject: .
rapher %bthat, balrprlces. Invited to attend mv fall millinery Soul.". This will bear directly on our
house
Vacant lot between the'opera
Ind block. County Commissioner J. F. \Vllllam opening on Friday and Saturday, work," and our existence' in Time and

the Makinaoo .. of Whiltlerwas in town Monday Oct. 2728. MRS. PiUJCT. Eterolt)..- Hear IL Choir practice ashore ' '
' tftrr!
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You will' find prloes-';and (goods having been called here aa Miss Mabel Parker and Miss time. after service. iz

labt, at btanlords: try him. witness In the Drawdy-Bradley case. Albert Uluton two charming yonng "If a man thinks himself. to be something

Morrison has recently added do the ladle of Klislmmee' and who have when/: beta nothing, he decelv- 1 WATERS ,& :LARSON'GROCERY CO. . ;
Mgr. Phone your,want*, w* run the : .
eth hlmnelf" but. he cannot deceive .
100 Opel., chairs to the e.pa- DID. ,. .' . ' : been the popular guest of Miss ,,
which will Ethel Smith for the past week, left the) Lord. .
the Opera Douse, ,K1S.8DOOUC Duvo'CDIrPAMK.P. I '
I"of for their homes, to the S AOENTS' FOR M f
and this afternoon
dd very much to the comfort ,E. H. 'RAYNKB!: Minister.
onveneince.liefore A. Vans Agnew E.qleft last.. regret. of their many friends) they 'y '

night for a business)trip to ..Washing made during their stay. -Orlando Star. Stove Wood. .. MAPES'FERtILIZERS; :
spending your money. See ton, -Philadelphia and New York He : .
ew goods at Stanford' expects. to be absent about ten day. I The ladles 'art cordially Invited to 1 We will furnish Stove Wood.delivered $

attend Mrs. Chandler Millinery to t town at- $1.00 perStrand
part >
any
_ The Rev. David D. Kldd will bold Crockery\ Oranllewarej Tinware, .,.
Opening next Friday and Saturday.Miss MAV.TABP' LUMBEB Co.
erylce.'ln the Episcopal Church on and Glassware cheap the Cash Bar: Hester Is thoroughly familiar == Highest Grade--Best Crops--Largest Returns

Sunday next morning yer, Litany gain Store'. latest. sodwill 1tOT/L'to. "
with all the Ftyles
Perfect in Their Use.
and Sermon ., 10.30. Evening prayerland Safety
sermon at 7.30. Mr. H; C. Chapman, proprietor : take. pleasure, lnsbowln you her work. "Owing to the scarcity: of wood and .
Klsslmmee ls< expected to the distance to haul hereafter split
ot Hotel ,
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:'he City "Bakery "agent for the .arrive from the north -aboutNov.1st Marshall William arrested ArthurBrocklngton love wOod'wl'l, be (f,7ft a stran. ::::: r "F
White Star Laundrl-the best lathe Vogel. his hotel la readiness for thetour..t. ;a negro;;onMonday for -' -- -. O. WOODAL- :::::- .;.iSendJbrCjrcular8_ _shqwingjdanger.pl using_ -AcitI v S. t't

I State. season.Wyandottes. i stealing store/ 10 of cigars Mr. E.from U. the Fennell. confectionery and' .= .. Materials on our:light, sandy, soils i ;-ancP how great ; "

, Rev. II. P, Jackson Is rapidly I qual are the best winter found the goods on him., He wa tried E.losses were mad by:farmers last.year.throughout .::= i

J flying as a successful grower of fine layers, eggs Slot for 13. LEE BANDY. before county Judge Johnston Tuesday YOUR.ATTETION the State. y ,

I chickens. He recently shipped a pen morning, fO\1oll--lfullt. and sentenced . .
of light Urahnaa to Orlando which The county road gang; have south been to pay a fine of ten dollar and FOR A MOMENT! ; -
the road that run. tULLL1Ltlit1Li11U1UtUi111Uiiltil1LIUJ1ULLU111ULULUltill uuu
at work on ii
I he sold for a good price. The costs, amounting altogether to' over I
from Klislmniee to Campbell. $19.00 about 2.00 apiece for the We now have in stock the finest
or
Ladles White Lawn Shirt Waists at road I* also 'being broadened. to a .,
Sis nfords at boo and up. see tbem. width, of fifty feet. ? plgars. line of Toilet Articles ever shown ::

All the ladle 'In Osoeola Countyare In' our city. Among the- newest
The Lyceum Course will open at the FOR SALE....'Sailboat, particular
Opera House on Nov 13tb, with U. S. at this office invited to Mr. PIUe,'. Millinery numbers are: ,
.
Senator U. R. Tillman as the. attrae- Opening next Friday and Saturday
.t.lon, who whim in his inimitable andr.hfoncirvayTdlscu8 Dr. P. Phillips arrived from Kentucky Oct 27-23. COLGATE'S CASHMERE The Ocklawaha< 'Nurseriesfo ,.

\ the "RaceQuestion. and Tennessee; Wednesday .
." .. .,'I night with a carload of fine horses Mr. J. F. O'Berry brought to. this BOUQUET TALCUM :: .

There are twenty four In the bunch, office Wednesday morning one of the POWDER. Ormng Orowen who expect to nlarf. their.ror** tbU t ,
Rather than carry them over we will the finest lot that have been finest specimens of eggplant we have '
andare .year. w* wet lo send oar n.w catal ogee. whtob hM Jua& b* apablUbK qs
beginning with Monday 25th, >ell all brought to Klsslmmee In some time. ever seen, find be says be has plenty EASTMAN'S CRUSHED ROSE ] cod ready for 41.&rlboll'We''' -b.r.watched TrreloMly y t
at. half former price. It. He has planted ths season
figured lawns for more like the deTelapm.nt-of the cltrai frail IndiMtrr la Florl4.
Sawmill cheap POWDER. .
SAL> -
.KAT'a. FOR one and. a half acre. of eggplant.which TALCUM
and believe valuable !Dtonaa&io l.... -
1 boiler 50 h. p1. engine 60 line 1985. we WI can! .glve
;
cash. coming Into full
Mrs J, M. Wilson, Jr., returned b. p.: 1 lath machine. carriage, 1 saw bearing are and now from Just,which be expects to .BEEKMAN'S VIOLET sew and old .tOwen. Our citrus It...:are the ollmas of Sso.Vleaoe -

r last week from New .York Citywhere frame and ail'sawmitl I fixture in run.nlng .b1p.lOOO Crate On Tuesday night POWDER. ..40DIF raloabls Tan.41a*are propagated ta one luresAa.IIwillbetoyourInteresttolookeharlteverandwebe.- ;

:oho spent. the summer for the benefit order. Z, FnlllVps Klsalmme, !sat he shipped 53 ora-es, and expetSto .TALCUM \ ,
of her health. We are pleased to vd'jVou'wIll:d ale a 0 give of root patroaac*after onaldartoi
that she returns very much 1m- Fla. have 100 crate more ready- by nextweek. MENNEN'S VIOLET TALCUM the lidoomnu WI have. to offer you.' Spwlal. li'ea&8...
cote Mr, and Mr*. F W. Hill. of Narcoossee ,
Iftoved.tSfFlne. came in on the evening train POWDER. (hose woo place their olden 'now lor fall and winter pIUuaa..
,
Phillip has a fine pale of Abaolntalf,DO white fly.'
Dr.
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Watch4 [teD..lrlolr.Guatantee4 last Saturday and went down to J Jw
business mission Mr. horses in his bunch which he will All these are celebrated good a
railroad Inspector. )
the Tampa on a '
to pass MAX AUSCHWITZ.Ml Bill has lust returned from a three exhibit at the State Fair.Lat and are most "gratifying to the u. THE OCKL.AWAHA'NURSER .

is'Bert Green,of Pavo Ga.,. agTaoddaughter month visit to his old home In Eng week the High Spring Hornet soul." ..Jp'Addr.
P..OTANG..IN.:
FLA
of Mrs. M. F. Bears land where 'reports a most enjoyable preached. the following sermon to the Anew arrival Souvenir. Post .O. W. CONNER. n

"- arrived In town Moqday night and vlslu.. ..! .low business-men-of-.its-.community, Cards are now in. and its a nice e-D. C.18L.AST.'Itianimre., : n*..
.
.Salew: -Two double team consisting : wide-awake merchant a* a
has accepted a position as stenographer For using a reply to that "long '
and typewriter In the office 'of of 4 mules, wagon and hare text! .! "Up to 1 o'clock today H McL.Gardv way to get a 11If!

her uncle, Supt. W, J. Sears.Stsmtord's Dose complete. ha sold twelvepairmof 'pant rooked for letter.
One gentle family horse buggy and- Mr. Oardv 1 I. one of our judicious advertisers We are ready always to do your ..
fall stock of Klrschbaum harness comolele, which no doubt accounts
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and it Is strictly. SEANAN.We'are running.TKlssimmeeDrug'Co
clothing ha arrived, for his fin..uc'\.lluok over his competitors
.,
? up to. date. that who never use printer'. Ink for D ;
bear Z. 'W
cMr..I.- E. .Mosley drove 'down' from pleased to hospital fear the printer might live and thriveIn
carried to .
'a
and Petieway, who was r
where be recently moved, their midst.
fwaon In Atlanta some time ago suffering Phone 41. :
In
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he 1* extensively engaged MAYNARD LUMBER' CO.
:cltrloulture, on Tuesday and spent.the with a severe liver complaint Is Be sure and eee ,pr.-- -P aUllp'*' I .
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and recovering and 1* expected to return horses before buying.. He ba the "
.day in town. transacting business .
Co; t.
In a few day** In the market for bus $33To, Paclffio I
his friends,.< home goods.and !,
.greeting many :chronlp'af* "FoiTBAiJfr---IofferfO'r *'ale"m'y liver iness.;! J.t > ,Tlokeui will be on isle from Ch IcmjroiVUtb ana Sawan'd' Plaiiiiig ;Mills! '
If you have eye or Pacific
Union .
_faction do not fail to see Dr.' E. H. business, horses, rig ete.-Tbe basis. and For the benefit of the sahOOLchildren North-Western* CblCAiro./ Dine, daring the autumn I ; ,
his 1* OB a paving my Mgr..Morrlsron has made a speciallow
Jacksonville on mess I '
Armstrong of be reason for selling! Is that ot.bQ'1lnero'e'LI rate for the Lyceum Course. months M this low rate. Cor* Now fn operation. Complete Hoos Bill 11truish d.. ,
visit here, Oct. 30-JU. Located; at from other I Ipo1Dw.
require mT au.eat.loa.. : Children under It. year. of age can respondldfflr low rates Y.ellow and Pitch Pine Timber,and Lumber of all Kinds.
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Hotel ,
Klsslmmee. .. ,. .J.W."IIJLL1CB.., .llck.te10.',_ the eight .- Dally and personally CODi i ;
If you don't want to. occupy lobe. :A. requested by Mr.\ -end-Mr*. procure attraction. fur $1.00, over. ducted .xour: b>as In without Pullman change Sleeping to- OR: %) ,:rrTT:T 'JEC!! :) ",, '.LI ... .
are purchasedthrough Carsthroegh,
benches at the 'Den' Tlllman enter.'talnment Ticket be,
their, sincere $ .60. e.g.
W"G.' to extend and Portland -
Ba FrantsooIx. Anj.Us
: aeco..70a. Smith. These are all Ban ; LUMOBR Co.
Prof.
19U'dc.bet.&er MAYNARD +
oelghbor : t
-ee.au.. BOW., One hundred and fifty and heartfelt thank to their kindnesses! high class' attraction-and will ...' only t7.00 for UM doubls; birth, ._ ..
aeats have already been aold,5 rand and friend.for many *: well. ,aa-eotertalnlDg. full particular. *on applloaUpn to W.
recent' Illness sod Instructive- .. k...NWxB1..Cb :
during the p.1.. trs+;
there are only about **venty.flvshalr shown and all parent who can should pro. B. KI..kerll ldr _.
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deMb..of.t.ba1l'J. -
y > lefW.v'8'at',;oa..*aie at ] ."'., . our ttokeu! for their children. I ..' sgO. ... 7'i'n; ::
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; nlJL.'PINo! ..'," 'HtM. -IDixoU 'PEACE tRfATY SIGNED DON'T'DBT4myE1"1'. J.ARMERS'LJNIOa( MEETS!

THE CHANGE OF, LI'FEI etutterton-Mlis Dub-buh-Briglitley' STIRS'WRATH "'It' strange how the mere- Intonation ; '
iCzar tta"en ;
I
t '- of the voice .can change
I : ,wll| yon-tt, bub-bub.!',ls. 'I be-luMul-lore np-m-ray... wuhwuheii of[uea1a' and Emperor of Japan! tire meaning of-a sentence." Convention" Held' In Atlanta' With .'j

; INTELLI GENTWO MEN.PREPARE. Miss Brlghtley-rTou must give in e PerformL'ast, .: Act (ln Bringing'the/ "Ye but, Do matter -what tone of Large Attendance of'Delegates.: : 1,;:'
Bloody War to a Cloa'e.A voice .a there one iwntence '
Presentation of His play you/.u
time to consider Mr. Btutterton In Prooe.dlrgs $ )
b&t.ri and Pain of This Orttlcswl F r1o4 the ... -:--- .that can pev.-> express aDytlllDS'. but nt.resting. 'ti
be
q.AYOkl' d bg: the Use of Lyl a BL Plnlcbarn's ,bl. to meantln say Philadelphia, perhaps you Jdes1'will Almost Causes a Riot. Washington special says; The doubt." . _' ,
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Vegetable, Compound.. I emperor of Russia' and the emperor "What'sthatT"' '- Tie, convention of the Georgia dlvla!'
.- "When one lan ays: to another: Ion bf the. Farmers' Union, .was for.
T ,__ flow" many women J'IT9permanontlyonred.! Noftts orlierowu. of Japan Saturday' morning; signed
1 ., Of course you\ know your own business mahlyClled to order fa the hall
i'f l realize that n "raafteruratday'aute of Dr. KlIne'.Ol'Ootie.ell"atOl'eI'.Itrial ,
; the.most critical, :. bottloind tmatlsa.tretl HAPPENED IN COLUMBIA their respective copies of the peace> better than I dtt./ >r Philadelphia' Uio: house of representatives in *tho

;:r frtlIl period in a wo Pr.lt.H.KLIXK,Ltd..'Ml Arch t.l'blJlI.l' treaty, thus officially ending the war Press.. state! capital. .Atla-ta. Wednesday'!
------a.\ ,
& 'a existence41IIIs..tho
1II
man the Russian ambosaair morning at 10 o'clock
by
Uiron
1 of Tlje Danube Hoyi'j through countries In 1 Rosen, President/
.q. 'lIlIIfa. and change that the whch lifty-two I laftkuagei Mild dsirts.; : are Voting Men of .OUh..carol/)nji Capital ,.-called at the state' department1' at SOUTH'S, GREAT- PROSPERITY," CT S, Barrett of Thomastoa. ,>'

.; .. anxiety felt; by sItLen. . Ajixlojws..tq ct...,ajAuthor of "The Bhhi&tol?1 and' saw Secretary Root ......0.-. ,I Immediately after the conTention;
./. 111 women as this Jlr.Wins Wit HootltioY Syrup for Children Show Flattering
CIan1arl''E3tJt, He Refused Government Reports was formally opened President ttar-1''
t! oft.. reduces Inflammii-\ ; .
AjJ time draws near o blnlC, u theKU ins. Wbllne had uo official advices ou
AliA tH/a.id Is not without tlou.alU. l jalucur! ''' wluJ-colio.Mo. IDattlu . to.Go. Out and See Them. hall Advance Altontf All Lines. rett Introduced State Chaplain" J, C.Veuable ..\
reason f -- - tho! subject!' iuforuiauou reached Washington, October JC: Recent "!who offered:] up L bo4 but*/:,

If Her system la a deranged condition The, ..Jaw,-101Ianh, .{I<.jlo. lit..t |>er" capita ;: him to .the effect that tho emperor) of government reports Indicate 1' great fervent.";prayor that Cod wigibt :;ulcl,??
aro 'cry ,,111 Italy The- 'npponrance Columbia S. C. "
In ,
or.ahe is predisposed to apoplexy .' ----"'-" --.. -.-. J ur.sla had *'arly In' the day '>'affixedils > wave of prosperity sweeping cver tho the' rulers oj"Tlietonvenilon: ] and ', x"J
or congestion! of .ny oi-guni'lt Is at this lisos- CUr I I. I be be.t mctd'lqJne we everisel fcaturilay niitht, of 'The Clansman," signature to a cojy of. the trea.tyf1ra.wD' south and-It would -seem IliaC this 'lighten ;them a* to their duty on every!'
E time likely to bocomo-active and. wlllia. ) .. iO. .. ,
lot all nOectloni tltro.it and uucf' -\\i V .
.host of nervous Irritations, make life JKD.L&1'A..bul'IJ"'O!: ., 'eh.1U, U.JJ". Thomas*. i, Jr/s new play, -\Vhlciat t Portsmouth. It was not nee prosperity la tho. tttft land of DixIe point <- \l,1

burden. '' -- t Seals! with the roconsttuctlon iferloJ, ,cssary for the ambassador >to convey la not conflnod! to any particular suction After prayer -the,secjntary-treasurar'S
: At this tImealsO ; cancers and tumors Australia.hir)h is rvaKy a 'rcpubthvlias under his ,'Information, officially, to the atiJte In'dimtry. It 'iSwijiespread.. oft the' Fftrtners' Union H., V, Duck-El
In Carolina
are liable to begin their destruc a burplu: of ? 8OUOO1J..TylOt' : negro rule South or
more "
department, for, according to the plan his worth of Thomllston'rea'cl his report ?
the
; )
( tire'work., Such,warning symptoms as v.aathe neat; largely: attended of any . From. every elate south of ; ;
: .. Sen&o pf suffooation hot flashes, diedness' ' t'hpr kf\f"nenU'.b of Sweet Ouli /levlcMisly, ; 01 ranged, the Russian for (one Potomac river cones 'tbe: glad snowing: 'what am unts, had been recelved :
,, headache dread of impending'evil nnd Miiilun 1
'. . sounds in the ears, timidity, pal Couch, (C'oKlH Croup and C-onHulnl'| ., Palmetto Stole capital: In recent years. 'government of the act of the signatureand prosperity abounds In store.worU-1 men!s., -- "
and nil throat and liinMrtroublua. At
dru"
pitation the eyes.of Irrcirularities the heart, sparks, constipation before. gist, 25o.d IP') and <.i.OP per boUl", That tho large audience was net tin3) that government!' In turn, was shop, 'mine, factory and la the construction .When Jthla: report'.w... 'finished.I:1.1

; to advise the Japanese government.A improvement of rail- President, Barrett, wlioalso acts asstate
iied
variable appetite, weakness and inqui- Jo approval of r ma_\\"' a manifest .and
etUJie are promptly heeded by intelli- China ia. anziou.a't -have a'n tonaIan.." by.n"tuG- hlssirgTjf. : the audience throughout tow minutes after. 19) o'clock Sat. .ways. Not one 'dlscordant note Is heard business agent .*( the Farmers'
t Tent women who are approaching .them. urday uior.ning Minister' Takahlra ap. on Ptdsp rl 7'1111e 'in the I land of i Union; read his report.. :The reportshowed
period of", life when woman's 'great c <1110 performance. This, however, l'e-aredat: ' the state department w.i cotton and magnolia -blolloms.' Farni. that tbe organization was I
change-may be expected. . T>..%fnftM Citnnot 110.-JCnrnd '
(
.- Lydia K.:Pinkham'sVegetable Com tyloealappllcatloiuiuitbeycaliiiot: resell the wa, more ospecliilly emphasized.when: a message stating-, that the emperor era -are blessed! wl h'- ounUful crops I growing literally' by )eape.p.c1'* !

pound is the world's greatest remedy cluiuag.<:ortiou 01 Ilia var. ::1'I1<1N la only<)0" j' at the euci of tbe first scene .lu the of. Japan. had signed the trjeaty at .for which they: are1 receiving magnln-; bounds.. .

4. lor women at this try1ngperlod. and vay to cure d..IOtJl8. nu4. that, Is by coiititituiioual I third act, utter: scattering" calls the Toklo.A cent prices. The .cptton; manufacturerfinds I .Genera) discussion followed'and at-j[
Lluaru'c"uHud | .
remod'' aaliitlumed
. by
may bit relied upon to overcome all distressing I ills to I fer the members had \ : .
and them coiuililoii ol tile muooiu lluiuxoi/ author mado( his-appearance'In front cablegram: was .immediately himself put to a strong test finished conrpll.tuenlln&r I
: J safely through' syrcytoms to a healthy carry and happyold iingtMobiiin, l'ub. W"Moo' t tils tube" u iu< j atchej to Spencer Eddy: charge ol \ flll the orders. for' goods he has from i both'M:*. Harrett and Mr.I .
flamed. hares runbUuK"ound, or luiper* of the curtain i immediately l thero ,
;
you .
feature
the main
age., loot iieuriuiL aud whuu it Is uutlroly cloju.l lie American embassy St. Peters. 1 both foreign and-domestic buyers, and i I Otickwortb of Interest
,. Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Coin- Doafuusa> is t no remit! mid unless the Luilniu came hlssoa from all parts of: tao burg, who was Instructed, to Inform railways are busy constructing new i I was-presented. ThIs| was the,

:- pound invirorat| and strengthens tile*> OJIIUon can bo taken. out and tliU tubo raaiored theater mingled' with hand-clapping, he Russian foreign office 'that the lines to new industrial centers spring ,I reading of Mr. n rrett's address- as;
female organism. and builds tbeo( to UK normal condition, liearini will
weakened nervous system as no up other I 1)0 d'"tNyod (
-, medicine can. are.a.isOlbeitsrrlwiit.iii. 18l1othlo,buta. Mr. DIxtm cud! 'proceed. part, ando both copies of the treaty Put tho greatest evidence of prosperity Uarrett had concluded there was
,
couilltloiiof aurCIWe9.Ie !
Mrs A. }i. O. Hylftnd of Chester- liiltamed\ Will K'VU' Uuu liun.Irod umeou allim. foruiifcanaortleiifiioM laving been'duly signed! and each of at the south |Is to be found Rome mighty cheering done by.t: \ e
*' town Md... In a letter to Mrs.. Fink- ("aunod by oatarrlijlhut u"a. After referring pleasantly J to tho the great' nations lately engaged In In cotton milling and the manufacture 400 or 600 delegates present

.. ham says l not bocurodDy Hall's OtitiirrliUure.' Setulfjr'ciroulunfrea. fact: that there has been friendly criticism hostilities! having been officially In- of furniture. In the past fifteen years i Members of the convention then
DMI'.tn. II'.J.1I" lCt.t CIJ. i'olodo Uk
: Plnkh ,
mj-
1 "I had been utTeriou with falling of the Hold by VJ'll"rI Its. 75o.-: of his play, he'tola!' of his close formed of (ho fact.the RuHBO-JspaneRo) cotton mills end furniture factories. got; right down to bedrock business,'.

womb fur years and was paninK tifrougli thecbiigeotll !Lake aall'j j,'..- llIy ruis for eongtlpntloa.Tli [ ( : .. ties .in South: Carolina.. lie sold lie I war, whlciT began February 8. 1904 have sprung Into being all over the and various committees wore appoint.
(... MywomUwu tMhliy*WoUenV; would give Jl,00to who- October 14.' In-the states 0f Ala. ed. The committee fertilisers wa.
any person south on
especially
terminated offtrlally .
*4 I 1ia't a good deal of oreneea, tiizzy: gpells, English hag ,float ou ll.OTd 11Ier- I
/ 4 headarhu.and WM very nerrout. I wrote chant -eeel! would'polnt an'historical Inaccuracy I Little remains to be done to meet ,barns, Oeel'gl..' North Carolina. South first to report. This committee decided -

.. you for advice. anil rommenced< treatment in the ''play. He. said: "00 'ordalne the official requirements. Later cop-_. Carolina and Virginia, and this good to fix the minimum price of colton .
with Lydia E. Plnkham1 Vegetable Compound '
N6 TONGUE CAN TELU d the southern white man to "' will be them working over seed at $20 ton. '
-. a*you directed and lam happy to say I les of (ho treaties actually.. ,,year 1905 finds I a
that. all those dtetramlnjt ymptonu left me, teach the Icssons 'of Aryan suprem oxchanged. Admiral Enqulst's squadron time to meet the demafads for their" -4--The committee on fertilizers: also

w of and life I have a weU baaed woman.laJTuly" through tbe. change How I 8uCT.ra Eci With. Cufll IIIIDK Card and acy." In concluding he said that he st. Manila and tbe Lena at Mure. products. These cotton mills and furniture I I passed a resolution asking all farm-,

.- For special advice regarding this Important Ulevdlns' by Cullcara.m had always observed that there aretwo Inland whi--h\ have been Interned. trill factories draw on'the fields and I era,.- members of the union to manufacture

period women are invited to "= -- divisions in the south; those who probably be released wb"n..vAr the forests of all tie stales of -tbe south their own fertilizers at home.,
"No teU how 1 auUcr4 for
7'- write to 101...:Pinkham for advice.) his five year tongue with can a terribly: painful, itching would hISS and those who would applaud Russian government makes the request. for their raw material. Tbe railroads I It Is argued that the farmers can do

free-and always helpful., amd bleedingcctemi, my body and lace the ones who are trying to portray .' .are assisting them very materially in thin very. readily by merely'purchas. .

." being covered vritb. sores. Never in my the true ideals of the south. their strides toward making the south ing the materials 'and mixing th_
Prices up In Home correspond with life did 1 experience such awful uQaring, "There were scalawags then and there REVOLUTIONARY FLAGS WAVED. a manufacturing empire by A most liberal with special machinery which Is Inexpensive .

::4 -the' .latitude.... -- and 1 Ion lied -for deatb, whicb.l felt was are scalawags now. ," he said very P Jlcy In the matter of freight ,I andquite as effectual' fo>
and medicine
near. 1 had tried doctor *
IVIOZLEY'S without success, but m mother inaitted pointed amid uproarious applause but Sunday Demonstration In St. Petersburg rates. both on raw materials: and manufactured I mixing the chemicals a> those used ,

J that 1 try (.'UticUr*. 1 fc.t better after the this 11 as not all. But No Bloodshed. pr<
-; ,.. LEMON ELIXIR first bath with Cuticura/ Soap, and one application The unuuitpectac1e of prominent For tile first time since the adventof The cotton mills of New Ekiglarid ;,! The night session was Interesting
'
(If Cuticura Ointment, and wasaoonentiiely young men gathered jn front of the M. Trepoff'as' head ef the government have hUhfrto. had a monopoly of ('Ot;. and fruitful of good in the way of

..-- -A .vas ouas Po'j. .... Aellevue .well.Mich."(Signed) Mr*. A. Jit- author's hotel, with hostile Intent. was of St. 'Petersburg demonstra- ton manufactures In .this country. Tha' committee work. ,
eon, ,
CONSTIPATION. BILIOUSNESS Aj .Hn.HMv. r mmm wltneKsed nt an early hour Sunday -tions-oo a large scale took place In advantages .enjoyed by that section in, I The following delegates to the us

-'d and Xowola.all dUordera SOB. a bottl of the at Stomarli.. rUc iu and rr>. Finland b.. large- percentage of'wooded morning; tie performance; being very. the city Sunday, the occasion being water. transportationwhich guaranteed tlonal convention, which Is.to beheld.

area. __ ________- long it was almost midnight. beforeIt the removU of thebody of Prince I to eastern spinners -very chomp In Texarkana' Texas.!r.ecembfr /C.wer \

BOX OF WAFERS FREE-NO DR CS. was con ludec!. Troubotsk to tho Nikolai station for. freight.. has la the past enabled :yan- : elected-C.: S, Ilarrett' of Thomaston '

; -CURES BY ABSORPTION. .The- )'OlJng men sent a note to Dx-! ,I shipment in Moscow, I keedom to maintain a com pie... mt<.': I Oa.; R. F.'Uuckworth of Thomut.olf\f;{

rCIJANIV) On's room asking him to- come dowa Students workmen and spectators- nopoly In cotton milling .it Is different : f la.S! : J. Smith "of Forsyth county.; i

van Car*.. Belrhlnaof Qa*-Bail Brnallt an4 (4 see them., It cannot be said whether I l r.athoaed In thousands In the streets i far different. today, -however. Tho \V. V. Martin of CheroUe ,(ountj,

.. B.... Stomach. _Mliort HroatllIrrKOlar -._ -DIxon anticipated trouble with his -mid-demonstrations with rwl a s-piK treat railway .systems penetrating., -and- F.-.J. -Vlnlne--of-Upaon- county ,
0 &; 4A515* O Ju..n.-s.ErnettIunS callers] tit their the smith, the home of raw cotton and the \'.
4 WATtBPROOfOIlH CLOTHE request was raded boldly through Nevsky prospect Among rpeecbe1 delivered at .
Heart Ete.'Xaka As jf determined to a<' (de'lIned.j; the city's, main avenue. The virgin forests concluded to aid Strug the night scsn'on wa'ft' -one of ,p..
-
I J*SLKHIiPOMMEL SlKBfi}AMI KAI3.1 or night a,Slull'and note. Wafi-r the tmj immediate time of Rood the day effect thor with their! sentiments of play, ciuie.an'l the processions were' 8ev.3C"lin gllng manufacturers In the south andbuildup clal Interest. by B.* J. Cook. st>c retar,.,

r-OLLOWINO AT PHILADELPHIA CUll Successes CHICAGO your'stomach. It absorbs the ea" the young men set about to prepare s jehargejl'and dispersed I l by cotton rallllng and oIlier lIt.n. I treasurer of' the Alabama., division of

4 AND OTHER EXPOSITIONS duinfect the stomach7 kills-. the pOISOn a note expressing their opinion, 'which .!be mounted police but, fortunately., ufacrurlng Iq that section. They. re the' F t-mena' Union, ".

WE WON THE the rvrm bead* and and cure.throat.thedisease.unwh.<>!1esome..food.Catarrh of was sent tip toplxon's.. room. Here' with' no grave, consequences. duced the freight on raw. materials to Another address of Interest "was .

tHIGHEST POSSIBLE AWARD, and overeating1 make bad stomach. the Incident W88..cICnled., -. the mills an4 factories.. an.4c, >n the thAt ellveted.b, 13. -O.: Gunn. of IJlbbcountyMr

JCT THE ST.LOU15 WDRLD'ifAm.A Scarcely taint of any stomach' kind. is Mull's mtirely Anti-Belch free from .The. audience-va composed almost ", : "; BIG WAVE CLAIMED FIVE, ,i' -manufactured products from the mills ;, : ; .Qunn. told of the veilr'arth.Farmr"Vnion


: by absorbing foul passe Melt arid* from scarcely< 1':dozen 'eBroes'. in 4h gat":; .::Penger- on Cunard Steamer Cam- "' east and west* Which, reduction placed for, b t prices. for cotton. The

GR4DWi the the lining undigested of the food stomach and by enabling re-enforcing it to lery. From these there were no demonstrations. -' : panla Swept Overboard. '' '- !' the southern mill men and manufacturers meeting'was adjourned at 10 p. an.':

thorough mix the food with the gastric .., The- auditors were all A New York dispatch says: Five' on an equal footing with the, until Thursday. ,

luicea.. This cure stomach trouble, pro- democrats, so there could be no lives! are Known to have been lost cotton mills
: motes belching digeetion.and fermentation.sweetens the Heart breath,action atop charge of partisanship.! Rev. Richard and 'mwe than thirty persons Injured! furniture manufacturers of the west, MINEWORKERS ENJOLNECUi.. "

i 4MALSBY & Co. becomes strong and regular through. thi- Carroll, the most prominent negro educator . some of them seriously on the Cunard so today tbe .southern'mill! men and I .

I process. In South Carolina witnessedthe steamer Campania last' Wednesday, manufacturers are enabled to market Judge .Clarke Grants_ Permanent 'In- >
Discard drugs, a. know from erpirrinoe ,
;; ; 41 South For Jtb St. Atlanta! Ga. thry do not you cure stomach trouble. performance fcy invitation, standIng when a gigantic wave-rolled over the their products at tile very doors( of .. Junction. Against Union. '*.
Try a comtnon-senae (Nature'.) method In the rear of the orchestra" steamer and swept across a 'deck thick the ---aBd- western ''manufactur. I Judxe O. 13.- Clarke! of the UaiftHT;
that don cure. A; soothing, healing senaatinn -, ers i in with I
result. inntantlv.We Carroll declares that the play 1 It with steerage passengers.So competition them States district court In Chattanooga 't

i know Mull's Anti-Belch Wafer will one of the most hprrible things thathasevervisited sudden was the comingof the As before .stated.-this liberal l policy I has granted a permanent injunction ;

-do this,and *,.want von to know it. .,- -the'aout1l'and will -disaster;and -SORT*** -wu-tbe-confllr-. in the ,matter-of' freight-\ rates on the against "tbe UnltedT'Mlne'Workert-of.

SPRCIAI.Anti-Belch OJ'\I'1'R.-Th.': Wafer is reralar/fiOc. a box.price but oftulI's do more toward injuring the pros Ion which attended) andfollowed It part of the railways leading to the I America and Individual members of -'

to introduce it to thousands of surTerem ,.ferit of the south than> any other that ''even the otftrel'8.of, the steamer south has been the chief mesn* of the 'ord4'r.' The Injunction was 'granted .",

we will send two ((2)) boxes upon' receipt of could do. In 'an Interview he said he themselves were' ) unable"upon the building up her maanfart-uring Indus i early In September to the Tennessee
75c. and this advertisement will
01' we tbe
end you a .ample free for this 'coupon. told DIxon after the performance that vessel' arrival In port, to estimate the tries. real cause of her present unbounded '' Consolidated Cpal Company, following -

4 ,torta1 and ,Stationary I he Wae .maklng "blood" money bf( the full extend: of the tragedy. -; prosperity and the southern the murder of miners at Tracy :f.
I having people owe a debt of gratitude to these'
Although '
negro.- Intended to
'
Engines > Boilers J0213 'FREE COUPO 125 land City. I
: ;. spend: Sunday In Columblat DIxon received THE AGREEMENT SIGNED. transportation companies theywlll '

Saw Mills Send. ibis 'counon :jvith: yom name a telegram calling him to Savannah never ,be able to repay In full. [ TWENTY-FOUR. NEW CASES. .J.
,:J I and addres and .meof a drugnint ,
: ''KINDS"OF'MACHINERY who d.) ..< not Hell It for a free sample and he 1ert the city early Printing Offices' In/Blrmlngham Grant Japans fjaherfes employ I 3,000,004 "

: AND ;ALL box of Mull' Anti-Belch Wafer toJ Sunday morning. Eight Hour Dry. people and 10.000.000 men, women Wednesday's Yellow Fever Record In
Complete" UM ffarrud *'.Ioc"fo r Four of the Jargest printing entabllflhraeritg 'i"
; >
Wanted.
:) ensaeola More Money
,. :Mt'LL's-GtU1'W'-To ('t Co;; :S28 Third i and'chHdr..n are IOrie") thereby.' i i -
IJlJlZDIATZ DZLIYllJlr. Van ,Not Indicted., \ < BirmIngham,.,Ala have-
' I :Ave.,. Bock Wand, Dl.I Riper n The yellowfever summary for Pen-'
Ben MsckliuiT.. Lo....'Prtoes and B,si TsrmsWtlte.u I "'\< I
'I Oft Full AMrrti end Wrttf- Plainly. f John W. Bralnsby, an. attorney for signed an agreement/ with tbe local COFFEE NEURILCIAa. I sacola Wednesday was SB follows:..,
for '
catalogue; prices,
; .\ U 'C.: Van Riper states that typographical union to allow the right- deaths .
the
'etc.. before buying. report ...".. When Von Quit cud U.. Pvitam. ': Now cases 24, total cases 33.}, ,,
Bold by A! druggists, BOc. per box,
sent by mail.-- .-'' was indicted by a federal grand JuryIn 1, with tho prevnlllnR nine hour pay. A lady -wlio uncon clou.lj drifted ,! under trWment 165. An effort Is being -

Fera and Bolivia have the richeat silver Washington In connection with the The. elght.hollr day_,agr: >ement..goes Into Into nervous prostration. brought on by- made"by the city to get the state'

; tIoL1- mine in the world. .' cotton leak scandal was absolutely : effect' mall. local.. newspapers) Jan- coffee, says: I board to appropriate ".0.00 witb J
I 13.FORTYFIVE. "I: have been a coffee drinker
untrue. nary all my :
I which to fight the disease .
-.-"t: A10INBV $ S $ wrr:Cr.toE.Z..ftr....:"WI.., life;band used It regularly, three. times I s .
,
a day. .
'NEGRO FOOTBALL
ROUSTABOUTS DROWNED. VICTIMS
"
il' "A year or two ago I became subject 'PENSACOLA GETS MONEY. j
-
:::el1lECt."AIITI..GRI-PINE to nervous neuralgia attacks of nerTOUS -
Steamer .Strikes at Vicksburg
Snag
,
headache
The. Record for Five Years Accordingto and general nervous Florida Governor Orders Officiate t.Bp.nd .
!
'Goet
and" to
Bottom.
- F ( L t,' prostration which not only
I I arri a'raiiat IL t1 'I' OVAJIUU.TJf.Jf.D TO CU1 .*. Heavily- loaded.'with freight and with Herald's Figures, me for Incapacitated Any Amount Needed.
doing
'- GRIP I ; BAD COLD HEADACHE AID NEURALGIA.I deaths my housework, but The siimmajry of fever casesIn
j tANII1jIffl1N "I! a, crew pf twenty-five men, the' steamor' Forty-five and hundreds of frequently made It for to yellow
necessary
I me
_' . WOBt.stlati-OrlpSs<.a 4.lUr wha ... .. ..1*..- Pensacola as-
...
(. __ "_. .. C U for you MONET ....c:.. ir.lt IT JIOLCT t'I1JiUI.) Elk while backing out front the eerlous.Injurlee, Is"the record of foot remain a dark room for two or three Thursday night was -
l-f%- !! -- - p. W. i..s..r._..>>.. XuataoSurw.. pragiI.Z4.... city landing at Vlcksburg, Friday.. ball for the list five years) according days at a time. follows: New cases"23. total cas.et 'II!
; "I 353. deaths 3, total deaths 48, under "' .
struck a snag and sunk In 25 feet employed several good doctors, one.
'L : of water. *. to a canvass made by the' 'New YorkHerald. after the other, but.none
: 4'B: __' 4. From five to ten negro roustaboutswere In'a'most every 1 Instance the able to give rue permanent rpU r. efforts of the citizens; to secure auf-,

.- drowned, but the exact number death or InJur was due directly. to "Eight months ago a friend suggest flcJent money with which to' fight the )

iI UHILLS YOU HAVK; ''* will probably not be known for several heavy mass plays, against which Pros- ed that. perhaps coffee was the cause of dlseacje baa been Successful. :Teiegrav

;.i./-I .' <8 iNETOU days. The! 'loss on the boat and cargo( Ident Roosevelt and the country at my troubles .aud that I try Post tun' were received from President Hendry.
__ ( Food Coffee and give up the old kind of and
,' Je J estimated st $25 (000\ ) 'partlyInsureo.. tho state board of health from
L .- .t- .. large are now protesting: so vigorously. .' I am glad I took her advice :
.' 'y _. It tse ldllncSel' ABSOLUTS' OUA1LA.NTKEand II.you are DOn '. .The" Elk Is a local eteamer. which for my. Ooyernor Browsrd, authorising" the 1
,, < __. .. vJlade also la T...- ** J health has been entirely restored. I '
: ,.:' eared your OrugnM will refund yo r J'i baa bein:plying between VlcksburgXnd state health officer 'to expend an.1
34. Vonn. ni Bold by aU drujcgists tor BO cent per Bottle. jlSJJCxKei have no more" neuralgia, nor !have I bad
-
: ,4(1., '7 '. "_'111II'0_"' DRUG OO. v '-ZE: !. . Davis.. Bend.;! -, ) . f *. one lojltary headache in all these eight: amount that he deems necessary. :
*- KILLED
; I.&r' ''Ju.&JI: lajo i T" . ..rt ; ? ., SON'S WiFANd.SELF. months. No more, of days ,_
t' ,* ; : ... JlUW MAGISTRATE TROUBLE: i .- wasted Insolitary my are -
; er, confinement In a 'Ift
?
I . fljfjis ;-:--- .. ,Aed. Man Author, of Double. TragedyIrfX'Hack. dark room, I do all my'own work with MRS.I ROOSEVE"'T'ITINERAR," : 'I,

IS Found Guilty)of Malpractice and Gly". ease. Jibe flesh that I lost during the *
:
I I .Months" .: :; Will BackatRw.IInstead0t r
.. _ . Six Jail. ,? ..' ;years .of my nervous proitratlon.bas Turn
\......... '. :.J .lI&D.. .fus fl'f,. .p. AGo,90cf-::tr:: 't..TcavE : T .: ,- "Magistrate:: Cha.tlesV.. HOhea teln., botet'to While; driving railroad'station to, a hock!. : .from a come back",to me during.tbe e nosths,. T".: "'* ':* Atlanta? Reported.'" ':f.l

... .111:. = &1H,10OOO,060men.; " Worsen .arijc-Cbony; WD&Itb' J.ryo71ver 'convicted!< of) malpractice In'oiee'waa"Mnteacjbeiiperr , at' gioux.: : bod I am once more a.bapp.httalt1l7- A Washhi'/ftoD/ 'div... tch 1I3'S:' .MrS. },

_ _E' b t tlc2rear.. II1IP b-, '!!z ,: c;. lIlT retut1ng!' : f onrt j at' Ba1Vannah. 'CItyjrdwa; : ,, ,Sindyatternoon.' ;' m. n.Iiayrpwfr.'age .' ....'woman. I enclose, a list of namesof Rool 8'\'el1t"wml..ecoDt" -the' preslk
*
: 6O-'ahotau4
him.'H. Friday ",norning,. ;by3. id'rL ,. ,, .;. ., ,./kIhId. 'hiliJlD'4Wlfe friends'who' ;can veutfc for--the troth ele Con his southern!.',tripffcr *' ,,S|
- r! a1''fJ1'E'f'. ffllever .jltIF t. ;.h.1t. IUTh wt.II-eeof.U1e. l rtf ..) -..- r- JI..l'J'ow" ra.e.d'2aDd' -o,;toe-statement.-IT 'eA b. ',Jt lWeJr.;pe; ;JtO.nIt:'=wmtblr4 :- ; "

\.J., SIoai; )Dt ai.or; 6J1 1n'1 fO bft b* the . D .-, 4 .1'. -sit JUt 'pay'a.nne.of $SOO :and costspri / then .bot himself. '! y : (Dostum CO.EttlCreek. ,' 11100.. .... ..:' ; stopon :ttr1P.MoaFrlday i> IJli' ,'e 1ie4J,;'r

M-1; t kiU<*elow level end. malaria gtfauj ,< C 'c.:4Ii4i..dWers: I esrtaJji.ol. serve six: :months In Jail- .*.... ;th4t. .'f ;Th&i can30f the murder .nd 'sulcide ;;. There's a reason. : ' "J' I.f>vi '. ,the,50tiU' ,From, thtatlon _It...
.
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','t. BRILLIANT DEAN H.SUNDAY MARTYN.SERMON, HAIH.- BY The who.I"''could repeaented"trome bear the ins-of Other the world.Being/ John: Feruaajfruit DIoy3.,.. }...raiserV, !bster -' T'o Cheap d. -J1g{ t: lQf .

only nation .of1 '
theologian
tbe 4. ;
.. world bas ; >. V., say*: 1 used to lift railroad V V
ever produced kept dear the --
original revelation tie easily, abut '
aabJedlji Tlllilnc-Tbe 'oula1l'roble'': .They knew there _
I was 'a,Lamb of God taketu wrenched my
tnat :
away -
[ 1 .. . the*alu of'the ,world' back andberanto Otitry;} Hom:

Denver!! COI.'Df.' lt'1t. Martyn UArt; !"That God requires of men a tenthof suffer with' .'.;. .Vl .. . _
Income '
John's Cntbedrnl. their as a tax for the gen: backaclie and ,,
St.
it Ute recently eral purposes of the IVIt I .i. ,_ .
preached a sermon ,01"Tabhlg=the commonweal, and kidney trouble V 4 t
Solution\ of tlie Social Trob- issued this law lIB'one of the funda-i neglected until i J. i it
plvlno
text mental rules for tbe guidance or' bu- V ODe -.. G,
.1'be was from day a
xxll:2J len::! : "Render therefore Matthew, unto man society, I I. evident from the fact G twinge felled mAXE a k ebmmdn! w.-/ Pipe; t I' out extra charge, winch: used any one cfi,these 70. ,)j 1 '

Caemir: tbe thlucs, which are Caesar's of Ito wide observance by ancient na l' *--;-r me like a log, J Put a simple "Acetylene"' Catburner'on', Its Acetylene Generators it hadVfound safe, and effective, N

and unto God the {things; which .are tion Plutarch's.. One instance must eufflce. Vi made tue ,.crawl ou .band* and knee. Bindetthhe two.. In '; just as it permitted houses to be, piped "for City Gas, ,'
Dean Hart -sitld life of the Dictator Oamll- RIb position with a tight-fittinq'piece' or wired for Electricity, under proper conditions
I
Cod's. : for of
Ins It Is wa1JQ crippled a time that 1 Hose '
recorded that .
atter the taking Now- the Insurance Companies. ought to know ,
"1 t surely was 110 Just argument tbntI'I'I.'III"ptlle of couldu't "walk wit hoot sticks. had head Then fill the bOwl of the with' "'
bead of :abe Etruscan City of 'Veil tbe pipe line-erounci CaI. whether or not lies-70 different makes of Acetylene! f'eium
|) < therefore Caesar was upon auprs reported from their Inspection ,aches. and dizzy spells! and tbe kidneyaccretions Carbide! . Generator. were'absolutely Safe to use '
It
tlio and CNn ought to' be returnedo belonged} the to .him lm. of the sacrifice. tbat the 'gods were :were muddy and ful) 'of Next tic* a rag Over bead of the 1 bowl to k2tl? the . Because, They hive to pay the bill, if Fire,or Explosion -'

.;' outraged. An Inquiry was instituted brlckduit! sediment. Doan'i. Kidney v-rbld.e.( occurs, from any one of the Acetylene Generators -,

jierlni* I the treasury elflgy,..of any tbe more kingIs than struck bemuse and It was ascertained tbat the soldiers rills made the pain disappear and corrected .. Now put the pipe into a Clan of V\\ I II/ they authorise. " *"*

tbe English sotereljjn,tbat :' who had been concerned in the the urinary .trouble. I hare felt Water, as in picture.. .* \ '/C And, here's a proof of their good judgment .
upon therefore sacking of the city ,had neglected to. better There you: have a complete Gas- ---..; i i< L",; Though there are :now :Two,Million people using;
since
sovereigns his ever ""
all
l *
ere property.You i dedicate tbe accustomed tenth to the plant t for as cents. : Acetylene Light in America; there have only been four
"' will notice that the Lord hadsadShow'me Sold by all dealers. 60 cent a box Tou god.. The senate decreedthat the a to Burner -, from it one year against 156J Fire* from,,
the tribute money.. X victorious legions should make restitution Foster-UUburn Co.. Buffalo,_N/T.. and you'll get a beautiful White Gas. Keroame"-and Gasoline ,

bystander offered the coin which lay I and that a cup of !gold, of eight tight ", I There have also been,-4691 Fire from Electricity! '
fit the extended palm of the lord's talent weight should be neat as a Of course this !I. only an experiment Ijor Fire from City. Gas and sao: Fire from Candles f

band, The Jew have ever been tbe trespass offering to .the Temple, of Prosperity In Alaska. but it shows wonderful Ii". -,, Beside these there have been 06 Fire from the '

most precocious of money dealers I Apollo:at Delphi. According to the statement of Wilt flinty of Acetylene Lighting. Sun' rays, But,-only four Fists from .Acetylene! I

Had the Bomana'permUted them : Just from
fin, tbelr taxes-ln all.manner of coin*. : in its' examination of Acetylene! Generators, and In"J.'Cnnittinc"
own will such liberal of
great would have been the lose to Jewel free and that the gift to an extended trip-Ja_the north. Inj only the 70 makes that were above tut-
gold Senate
exchequer; 'therefore I a coin tb-'I honor them decreed that funeral orations which he visited all the Importalitlpoints -"idle'', *Jit 't. r- _. piton, out of the experiments that,'were once on
struck, and there are still :some be along the Yukon-All1sta' is enJoying .-,the-market .. .. ," ?,-.-
I might made at the
t*:eel, to l>o teen In which alone It waa of women 'Whichhitherto.., had ob.eqolf'a"1 only far greater prosperity than Ii '- / ] ill ,,1 '. ,.. .. i* '

la- "".I.to pay the tax. Till coin had : been permitted over'eminent public I generally supposed! Mr. Wllilpskl .' u. ? Well,-.the boom in Acetylene Lighting tnade lower
to be purchased from the publican1 of business V V ,'fricet possible on the material it is derived from vie.
men This ,extraordinary' episode states that In the Yukon district \ j I
'district, who looked after his f -
tb<< own Calcium that looks like .Granite
how Carbide a material-
The 'ttlbute prove* rarely it happened that Is booming, and that all indlca- : '' ;
Interests. money' went to but acts like Magic
tithes were not paid and how grievous : r '
lions point to steady and rapid 1m. .... 1' ,
llohip. -the-'Imperlal treasury t Light !I. full third clearer than
was the sin of omitting. them payment .- ;t ;t -. Today, Acetylene a
., ""The man! who' had produced the The further history of this Incident provement In trade conditions all 1 i Kerosene Light or Gasoline Light per Candle Power,

coin lad already acknowledged hislinbllify also proves that the payment of tithe' through Atallka 'with the exception of .. .: It is not more than half the price Electric Light

and had provided hlmxelf with was a world wide Institution and carried the; more remote' districts.. '. nor ,Ihrte-fovrth that of City Gs*. '

the'inenus liquidating |t Tb coin: with It a sacredness which can 'The large amounts of gold that i ' V If I can't frove these statement to your fuU iatig...
was only I of use for the one purpose; ,' action my name is not "Acetylene. ones."
only be accounted for by admitting have been taken out of the' claims .
that one tiling was the payment of thetribute. '" ; But Acetylene !is more than the tofettimnd, eheafett
that It wa* a primitive and unl"er"aIl7rI'fJlDIrf'd the Yukon and"the oran .
along prospect '
The bad : of the
questioner
answeredhlniiflf. law of Odd. \ Light year 191>5. .
'Fulfill your obligation: said "Three/ : rank exceptionally- large clean tip next \. rt )I' or It is,also the White Light-the nearest to natural
senators of high
the Lor<1. nnd render unto Caesar the ; were spring have resulted In a\state of Ili ) ,' Sunlight in health-giving Blue and Violet rays, and J
to the restored tithe
tlilucn that boo Caesnr's, and do not appointed the carry' prosperity and stability-never before 1 / w because of this, with its fnedom'frOlJl flicker/ ,' 1t; i is
with trespass offering to Delpboa. ,
Dist ..r the easiest of all .Artificial Light the :'"
forget the powerof Caesar I* only On.Its seen, In the northern districts. said on Flit
way the embassy was taken by
the representative of Ibe'hllbt'r (power Mr. "Wllrlnskl. "Merchants and miner iG r It is .O| much like real Sunlight that it b... made

thp-'Llparlan, who were then at war '
'- whom kings reign, pad If you admit .y.-, .., plants grow: 24 hours per day in dark cellar where no
with Rome But when the governorof have been heavy buyer of all '
of Sunlight could reach them. It made them
of ray grow
the Authority the servant by eo
the city understood IhatT' the rich foodstuffs. Implements and clothing, twice similar i that had only the Sunlight
much more -should you recnirnlxe the. Light; a setback at first at fast as plant
booty Will tithe on its wet to Delplio.
and the' majority have laid In of 4ay-time' half the time
a supply so VI&,
of the
authority Master: render, there he.not the but It seemed simple, io turn Calcium tarMde'lnto
only liberated Romans
_fori. unto God the things, tbat are sent a squadron of his own fleet to J which Is calculated to last them Gas-light that over Goo different kinds of "tank and That: was proven by. Cornell Unlverl.tm. a threemonths' -

Ioirii; rWhat.. then, are!' the thine convoy them safely ton their way all winter. During the winter eisoo "Acetylene Machines" were, invented paterted 'and experiment made this very,year.-

of aod'"whlch<< we fire required to'render "This dedication at a tenth, for the the business In the northern part of marketed for the; purpose, by about. many different I *. .

unto Him? common purposes of the' community, Alaska Is naturally restricted to some people; Now, I've saved up for the last a point more im-
"If the context require jbatVtbeparallel Well, the thing to be expected certainly than all the others about' Acetylene
could only have been devised by a extent by the extreme cold, and mOlt happened portant 'to i you '
shall be continued and it I* In mind which thoroughly understood the. the miners and About 530 of "Acetylene Machines" had been Light ' .' ,
prospectors lay
a sum of money that tbe answer mutt, whole problem of the needs of human of up invented, ''and sold. by people who .kn w' more about It-consumes only oat-'oarfh.as much of the Srita.1Oryjri '

he given' then- the only reply ran be society. It it were honestly: pr 'ctic'Pd' enough 'provisions and other articlesto Tinware than they did about Cartnaking, from the Air of Living! rooms or bed-room.

that one-tenth of every man's Income It would be found just enough to. alleviate last until spring, thus avoiding the The "Calcium Carbide" was all right all the time, a* either Kerosene oc City Gas-Light( consumes, "

III 'a tblnit; of Rod.' Mow, what eTl- all social pressure-and It }JI not higher prices that they are compelled but 530 of the machines for turning it-into-Gas were That1 a tremettdoui difference in a lifetime nark 41

deuce have we that this Is so and what n little to be wondered at tbat We to pay during the season when navigation . all wrong all the time. "ou-three-fourths of a difference. y'So

is the purpose of the law pnbllc! eye should, be blinded to. such on the Yukon become Impossible. Acetylene Gas "got a had name/? though it is Because,-Oygett i i. Lif,. fir
"Tlie ultimate appeal as to what Is an 'exceedingly simple and easily executed ."-Seattle Post-Intelligencer. clear enough now that it never deserved it at any time. 'And every bit of Oxygen stolen from the lung of
truth must be the opinion of the race. which oould be It was like selling Wood Stoves to burn Hard Coal AVomen i i Children and' Men, through Lighting, is*aIn

It I the opinion of -all men could be enacted law.and a* readily executed.!readily Sup- and then blaming the Coat for "burning. loss
taken nil to the truth.or falsity of any that citizen! comprehended The Recession of Niagara Falls A :*4 Candle-Power Acetylene Light costs.you only
proposition that would be- a final de pose every Lots of things happened to grieve the Owners of Iw -fif'"i of a cent per hour. j '
effectiveness of tbe'law of tithe
the
termination. )J'ben anybody ,Is In be constituted Horeshoe Fall has receded more these 530 makes of alleged "Acetylene Machines" 'That' about-S-oS per year, if burned'every night st
voted should
land tbat It But few lI&cic1''occurred: from them even in. In the year for four steady hour
doubt of a legal or medical question than 260 feet, within the memory of- very
national Income tax. what would be
a the 'days of rank experiment and dense ignorance A Kerosene Lamp of equal capacity would cost-yoa' ;
the only solution of the doubt luau appeal tho reuU'"Conlldf'r living men. and Is now" travelling\ toward
to men of tbe legal or medical J among, "Generator" Makers. a third more,'>!ii.: ,three-nftkt a cent per. hoar'for
profession; 'Counsel's opinion' It the ahuolote impoRslblllty Lake Erie at the rate of fully Of course; a gun will (go off"unexpectedly pow and Kerosene alone, or $8.75 per year. .

taken or the fulferer( goes: to a doctor of legislating! against trust or combination 500 feet .. century. At present tire then, if the trigger: be pulled by a person who "didn't That' exclusive of broken,, lamp chimneys: new'

If It were possible to extend tills of capital. Legislation 'crest of this fall as Ita name Implies/ know it wa loaded" wicks and the everlasting J .'drudgery ajufdanger of,

natural Instinct to the limit, of ha- against: the natural processes of trades has the &oneriU'Gutllne of a horseshoe But that'\ no fault of the 'Ammunition! ftP' cleaning, filling and trimming daily .

inanity and opoit- any --question-. can never be a success. The money and its leiigth' 1 i. about 3,000 Well, finally the Insurance Companies got after I want to frove these figure to you, Render if you e
getting proclivity I* an element In the these 530;odd make of "Acetylene Machines" that *' are a house-owner or" storekeeper. ,
could crave be Import ascertained the opinion then that'of all rxpres-: ..menP character" of -men. which., like' other teat, but.it the present 1'tLte-pf erosion. .wouldn't Acetylate and the.Insurance Board made an - Tell.me how many rooms you've got and Fll tell you

i lon would be a* newly truth as It 1* characteristic, varies In different peo- continue the length of the crest'may investigation of all Generator. that.were submitted .to what it will cost to light them with brilliant, beautiful,
for ti.-men-'to rrlr.at. ple.:JThose -In whom: It' I Is largely developed reach 8.000 feet or more within' the them. ,. t Sanitary eye-saving Acetylene '

posHible."The Uncolnlan canon-Is a* sore a will accumulate\ money natur next half mlllenlum.- Now- th.-.Canadian Then, out of the 600 odd ,"Machines" patented, Write me today. for my Free Book about "Sunlight

rule as the roost firmly establIshed ally. If alt the wealth of the community end of the. Ho...inoe Pall I I.,.a only about 79 were "permitted" by the Insurance Board. on Tap." t- c .
were'evenly distributed amongIts to be used. Just address me here a*-. '.
'Yon fool all the few rod 'upstream from the spot
axiom. cannot peapre '" F
Individual it would In the course .Ohwhat'ahowtwastherel.t v' "Acetylene Jones,
ll-tb* time.' There are. at,least, whence Table Rock ha fallen into thaQorge > % .
of Bible In theworld ota few year, go-hack agairi Into the By "permitted" I mean that tffe Insurance Board 9 Adams St.
number
double the '
hands itf those who poue.ud.the apytud but the Indication, are that -a.-willing that any building should be Insured, with t ucigo, Ills.
as there are all other book put t
togetherIf tbe list of the libraries of making money. The law of "this enTbf lbe .ta.tactwnt'1'.4uanr -H-. Jl .:.... . :__. _... ..
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--
'
God would tax this capability for the toward the Dufferin Islands
Retire ,.
In tbe world be taken cut of an encyclopedia
And the 'number of their benefit of those who do pot posses it. ,leaving a barciell1r' .* the apex cuts .

volumes added It will be found that and for -tbe, 'who by various disabilities its way up.tream..Altol1 Dt Jiam. DATE ,'fEM W DOUGLAS
gravitate below, the line of comfortable '. :
.
'.
lifall the libraries which posse** overIOO.g10 In ,the Scientific American. \ .
living: '
'
volumes there, are BO.OOp.OOO !The t/ixatloa of a tenth will be '3 & *3. SHOES%
books;, and If we allow that there areas r
.many books household libraries found to be that exact fraction whicheverybody , 'Reasoning P of Animal W. L. D u..a. ...."Out Me Line _

aa in them great public collections can subscribe that without which will distress Men apparently. conceive Ideas '. 'cannot b e equattod: any prl *)>
and exactly sum
.
which I* making a liberal estimate, we maintain ;'those who from various from a "clear sky," but such genius When you LAy a palr'oTHE / ."
'may safely conclude that there are manifest Itself the r
cause are unable to'maintain them could not were not ,

not booki more than 100.000.000 secular the selves. All communities have about mind already highly cultivated by 'CLOVER''BRAND. u. }
But
during
4n the world.
lest tbe leading Bible societies the same proportionate-composition., much conscious ftffort-: reasonloir- ,
century ;
and tbe example afforded by this city '
of Europe and America put out more and' experience.. On the other- hand SHOE

than 500.000.000 Bibles In 800 different of Denver will be applicable to" anyother animals and mall 'children become NOUS THATIf '
city mutatis piutndi*.
languages. Tbe British and Vuv conscious of much knowledge' by .
'Thl city ts composed of about thirty + t f"OR OWING .
out of its
Bible turns
sign Society thousand housesIt will be readilyconceded merely witnessing the Intelligent ._
pressesrevert Blble*. or- parts ofthe of others and '''In time FASTEST'WITHOUT
that for living purposes eachhouse << movements f
Bible, every "minute, day and nightIt must represent a yearly Income without thought "or efrort.Oli' their SHOES
is tbe opinion of the racethat
this therefore Hook is 'the most valuable ofl000. So that the minimum Incomeof part, tbe'luddenly discover'that they A FU5'r /

this city II 30000000. Tile actual also to do the same sea
tiling in the world.; a* the Archbishop are competent '
Income la probably twice that amount Wrto'he of saw.
of Canterbury describes it. as he banded -thlqg, or, In ether words tier beghi; date purchase
But see the effect of titling this minimum
a copy to the new-crowned kin!:. 30000000. The tithe would be to imitate. It Is a general Impression / ": In .the.lining.; That will lIDq ,
"
"The opinion of the race" << is that the 3000000. Now. by actual reckoning among psychologists that -anlmo,!*' toll tho Ou," .
story. 4 ,
ttlble .Is a book of truth; that It'le It Is found that the Income of the 1'2S probably do not reason; they have c.aWidl.dfv
what It professes to be-tbe revelationof V3 or* 't A. originator of flats Idea.Other " JJ
the heavenly Father to tbe children churches that I.. all money. gathered no Idea a* we have-A, F. Shore la' i manufacturers don'tInvlttyou ..." Jol "_ "

of inen. Now If this be tbe case it all'purpose* from the people worshiping the Scientific"American. to do thU.UBSTirom MAR[.ANn aJ.LS
in them amounts to jess than w'rmofltl'.a. rNAlt
...!
would be strange Indeed If this communication L'FAca .'
$300,000. Last year the income of the "AMIGO.3er .".
from outside our life did The' : M1rAIIII" _
five largest denominations were 'Taking His Turn. .IU5UWI e.y.tt w
not Instruct ua as to tbe great desiderata ,.thk.t.nae.f, "
of every. Individual. Let anyone Presbyterians, SOOOO; the Episcopalians "The other day.; as I wa walking : rjmrruttr# &ilntQ! W. L.Douglas 53,50 ...... ..... .F t..... _
-ask himself what would make him $48OOO; the Congregationalists, along the Strand I almost ran Into : : lnat.tyl..y fh".... ..._-""' _.. .. ,
$34,000; the Baptists, $ I.OOO, and the ...IUlM,.chl.".. tsi.Urgwtho ....of..F as..0 ..
perfectly happy and content In this Methodists. $21,000 So that $200.000 the arm of one of my oH parlhl.in ..*. .....T PINE HOB KXCl.U.iyi..TS, hi tk.. _.... TkT-... |... r toed r

present state of existence. will represent the religious income of era from a parish In the north of ''Sr 1 .-t.euis.u. ;e.A.,, '" th- that CUSS yea. s..08 Se57,00.sly a
First to havea dlltorane I Ie tlM price. It I sold tak.yea hit.
-The reply would be: this community. The County Commissioners Yorkshire. He was In gala dress e.y I.c.wy ckte", ,
conscience void of offense; next to expended on relief $80OOO. and looking radiantly Jiaiipy and. to world .:.: ... .r\--\ Sr.Mrife.t.,. :.=,,
have no fear of' death but n looking ehae..45 hw ym. tk.ear.. w.111I ...k.."'oorJI'.
The four hospitals did, not spent in pleased with himself. Halloa, Mr. print boMgbM" Sb.a I*BUM'. yeawould -ale.'
forward, to -glory to be revealed; charitable 50000. The other 'I why W. LTD; work societies >( .to tb..L.t
and 'OnI1111.- to be removed from any .exist for eleemosynarypurposes Blank 1" I said In greeting my friend 5LDAN J 5 LIN I WENTFor .borna PNd- le tba..... . .
anxiety as to the necessities of living. which "and what are you doUjz(n town'" ;..II caulaaawyan ....11I1........a.twIla" .
together with all the private above
mmtt r! mr factory an* law d atbaratlr
As wo should expect the answers to charity o'f. the city will have their expenditures "Oh" said he, a bit bashfully "I'.. aka, yaa wauM aadiralaad way Donl1.. '
these' essential requirements of life honeymoon" "Dear me! .....ae.t .. _..wily toy old '
well covered by $114.000. on me K-1? ""
..
are given on the very first page' of So that $500,000 represent the religions That's' Interesting news." I said "and : Your Family and Your: Horse .r.at.. 1.-_fit.... vaha'th iraar loa aay(.r Seas ara gi.ao'p c.

human history. and charitable cost to a city o( I am sure I congratnlat e"yon-neartlly. : ; >IM._Ski 'yf'*** t.a.y. -" ,
"In -the dramatic. story of Cain and 1C5.0OO people of maintaining its w. L..,..,.F_ 9 nsVs*
bride?
Abel these the three three provisions fundamental for satisfying want churches hospitals and charitable *ocletiev -': But TmlssuaT"where lathe.al\
Tho public, school system .
are plainly stated'. These two brothers which 1* remarkably efficient 'cost couldn't come. Her mother was tek IT FOR .. .t.. Ho. gemlet-.. S

came together orr the same day, at $480,000. Thus. for all sort of'charitable . 'en bad on' ,t'weddIDC' day, and she .Vltlunil kU BUM had priM tiaipl the same time to the same place for 'had to and nurse heryaoa'I thowt .ANTIC 0... A.bo.d..lwlasewyaw.wbw... ,
sorts effort
all of religious go
relief,, ,Rheumatism_ Strains_ W.L.rDo ,lM 8boM an not wrid Pall Ua. at
the same purpose; there were two for and for- public education-/ city. at I'd come honeymoonln' mysel. Ye ; .a..phe..at tree" *tot....... <>. a.os ........

altars and each brought material Denver spent $1..000OOO.. see air It was t'chance of a lifetime, fiut CMr fftt.ti*tfr UN i--.JfI.rev earF
'
'sacrifice."Theessentlaltruthofsaerlflce.de. If tithing were in force? the tithe and I warn't goin' to miss It."-Subun\ Sprains, Swellings Wells 'N.LAQCOLabBr.ebMaal.ay fa J1Ift n.... CaIa1oC'" Nt Styl..' '$

1 spite the Immense ingenuity, which commissioner would have, at the ban Vicar In Tld-Blta. ''and ., ;,',. ;
d Enlargements.Price . .
$3.000,000 at their ell.poe.l-th.t r '
least '-
has been employed to explain It away. Ml
'
remains It. Bullion oC means to nay that the churches mightall CO'tK DfT..U', ....... I"Ott'I'lE", raver Po"/
stamped DH ftl.
upon lSOc. a 1 {.V
''Intelligent meu have brought an InnoE be free the hospitals wide open WHEN THE! TRA'IN 'STARTS. ,, 2So., and a,..00. ...,.....'- C.rd C.Coe.W.ad5: r. 1s

:cent victim to an altar erected to the and well equipped' : public laundries Sweltering stranger (at Cactus t 8LOAN .
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unseen but recognized God.. Petting might relievB-tbe-. women, oft the workIng Greeting)-When-on earth 4108. -the. V Dr.. EARL: 8.: 1et.uae Ti'a': 'rOpt. '

5 their heads on the head of the victim' classes their food tpight be cookedat too next train Sews this pua. baked heav...... GUS Albany 81..Bo.ton. Mass. nwnt..tar, IlorpUM Whblwy,,
they confessed the Sinn which lay a the publlokltt'hflA8, ; every man forsaken region1 .... I ,I. Cocaine: Olalo .
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'burden old to work might 1J1:1eDsloned.tb.Itreeta'1111pt . \, ,, Tobaaoo sad N.orutbanU -
--conscience thus
killed! on their' :they ,be' .gardens, 'where all Alkali Ik '-. tt
the-'sacrificial they, .
animal might nave easy labor got a right to his, opll11GD'OD lie LStatin EGRAPllyTVCMbertba.d" ..urn. wtbopsoa's Eye It ( '
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burnt such pensioner .
part of.it and 'ate the rest of it. _..DUIIII. Ourer.du.weot.rib.eonrhita..tnorv WalBj II ,,
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It, would be an Insult to the Intelligence and ,ven-.realOnobl. cause for discontent tbet sabjek but, them that know, Declares .asrcntrwli e.al"rue' fry*. I* , I : ' '
'Iaatitdt Ii'
of mankind to admit that all the might be removed. It bikes' out jest after the en-- AM K RIO AM TKLKOItAfR AMI renal.MSn0fA4QOLLRQR ---- "
demand"that an Income !: plllodaetlllq! O.. (At42-'QG ATLAt: 'ITA.>
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generations ot*meu.shouldonr'atteratother .Let.the. people be national Jlne.-N"w York Times_ ___ _____ __, ; ___.___, L.--__, ,- UA.r
: ,, perform sacrifice In practical tax: of a tenth "beU a ------ ---- --- -
'the' ''lam.' levy?'' The: English paysIncome tax I'' .
jy way'and meCra nothing
by It.; beo''ineanlnr'bt'nrritual' ; is why should not America?. -The Mormon III.

written I' large ,upon..Its t *arfae>. No *pay-tithe, and they, have no poor I.I.I.
/ seuible' discontent 10- far a* the matter:I.. Chill Cure isGusranleed iTo .
man and no
'eOukt I for af: .an( ment'be- Plantalion
' : eveatpattlh.armage.h.e; .a4.d011" ef living I. concerned* It la the law" of !

.. .and wbich hI rj rtlTetU4- d'would' "Oo4i'WOQ where".all Pl. iia dWDUldei (

UU Q U Ite C: il!d, anll Will' te ar to 'etro tlrt'. l !slat 1 .

..Idit.. .,..It .JS.it'0. cureV'ormoney,,rofyndec,, by your mere bant, so why not try tit? hPrtos 5Oar,. "

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"'l takeri up too muoh space already I will .Council proceedings.
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i.! 1 The Pleasures and. Inconveniences have to close I dLsllktTvory much to
leave ray readers In''this gruesome KissiMMKB: FLA.. Cot 16th,.1863 THEPalmetto '' "
place until'next week's, issue, so we ,
will return. to the street and wait there Council met pursuant to n< tlce'glr \
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of 'Pa. Trip to the .Mediteranean. until neat Friday. ..t en at meeting held on Sppt.! 13th, aDd I -J '
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.1'--- : running to the .above mentioned. ( date,
How to Jo to Callfortiia.jTrareJ .
) Piano
declaring their Intention to' make the diBy
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BY'EDWIN. 8. BENDER. ..J Pacific &' North"Via* the western Chlcsep 1.- net, Unlojj.Two following levy for taxes. for'. the year ... -"" .-.......... , -, ,

.;; At 9 m., Friday April 2Ut, the ,came. We made some Very prettyoutchases fast through trains per day. The 1005. '
.' whistle'p blew, anchors..were* weighed Including photographs,. Overland Limited> electric lighted'> All] members were present except W. \
1 +. i .. and we were off for Algiers; one of poslafa and lace work and had.a...bad less !than three days en route The L. Yan.Duzof'!, President! and on Motion joining our. Piano Club you will be able %o fci

,the most beautiful moonlights haveever luncheon at a bad hotel and at&:JV p. California Express through serviceto duly .econe W. C. 3a.s was 400.00. ,grade .Piano for $267,00. op] payrrlent '
to tpechip', and after'< a San }Francisco Los 'Angles- and .
Gibraltar repaired
r .. witnessed. The old rock of m., l
r; 2 r'; with the vessels moored la. !good dinner, which wan. thoroughly Portland, The, best of every thing. elected.president pro tern The.follow $lQ.OQ. down and membership dues of '$6.00
the harbor were certainly :interesting. eujoyVjd, watched'some of the pasuengers Full particulars On application to Ing resolution( was ,'then read', which month without rnter .t. Piano free
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-I. The prospectfor Rood( weather on being buncoed by the peddlersthat W. B. Klnskern P. T. M., C. .& N.W. .- was unanimously adopted) dallvbryj ;

; w !. Mediteranean.. was One had come aboad the ship selling ._ Hy.,_Chicago_ ,. .._ Resolved, that .r.. 'x' of 6t' mills) 'onthe'atollar nearest depot. as soon as the first Ten Dollars is t
.'' t. and 'Inmost retiredearly." ..all sorts <>f articles, while others went -
) everyone winter COUS.H., \ lie levied"'bn'the deal) and
'" dances. I Cures
linens the native (
: Nothing of any note occurred durlnU' a \\ure to
tilt ,our trip'M Algiers/ ; tue-u ask '"" my\ wife If '1 might join them I J. E. Oo. er.JOl N..,Main' .StK;, Ottawa personal property"of the town for gen -
were-.Ioduhred in, everyone appeared[ 1 but she -did not seen to acquiesce an Kansas.- writes, "Every winter eral revenue purposes; and resolved
\ to be happy and enjoying, themselves; readily as 1.thought" she might, so re- It has.-been my wife's trouble to catch further that the following I addition a Advantage of club plan
I; .- 'jat 0 a. m ,the 23d we arrived at our.. trained a .f.ever$poldt and therefore to 'cough.
real and
t .L:: has a population of about taxes bejev-ledjon the personal -
Algler
.;, j destination! 410 miles front-Gibraltar.1 all the whole winter long. Last fall 1 ..
'. T.. e cll)"' of Algiers ,,,1s built on a yM.Otifr, : It U the capital, of.the- French got her a bottle of Horehound Syrupshe property of the town for the year "- To"introduce and, get ,-this Piano 'before. .the
s : range of hills rising from the harborin '1"41101\1., province of Algeria. It-was used-'it and she has been able to 1905. Street fund 1 mill; School 'fund ,
a semi circular form atx) gives onea founded! by the 'Arab..n HIW: A. D.. sleep sound all night long.. When the | mill;'Bopd Interest, fund 2J mills: public we will form a club of ONE HUNDRED
U beaullfut vie* from tte steamer. and became the seat of a piraticaltribewhich troubles her two three doses
co..gh or andr
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Sinking fund 2 mills 'waktnjf'-total ..members each member will gSt a Pianoat
for the terrorof t .
Just assoon ae T cunld, I made arrangements years was stops the cough, aud she la able to be '
f'V ,. to no ashore, being accompanied Christendom. It was. 1 believe, atone up and well 2T>c, ((tQ, tl.lKV.. Sold by : of 14 mjlls.. '- the wholesale( ,, price.'' The Club is limited (tf
e,' by my wife and Mr. and limn estimated l that there were'20000 ,- Thompson*Roberson.REWARD.. . There elng tic. further bulness One Hundred and alll Instruments will '
Article from Christian captives condemned to' : soon( go. ,
.Mrs..'V alter..Learned : regular
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council
dJournedt.omeet.Jn
.. readers work the fortifications: and harbor. r
''he.1a''er.' pen many''of my on 'iJBHHHBsMflsMHHLIHHsMBsMHThe
have no doubt enjoyed In the Century defence' of\Altfivra! session Tuesday., Nov. 7ti11)03] : rt I
;'+'e MaR at IDe My friend Learned had In 1N30) t.he8ncb took possessionof Jacksonville, Fla., Oct 16, 1005. 7.30 p. m.
.t' been here before and being able tot the city, after a terrible campaignand The Southern Stock Growers -,--- -
,- .; peak French fluently, 1 knew'lhat bave'held ,U 'ever since. It was' Association organized: for the pro Saved His. Life. 'PalmettO' Piano
our trip would be Inure enj&yable. on first. intended that It. should.be restored motion of the beat interest of the J. W. Davenlx.rt.Vnfto\ ,'. Ky. t.
1 that account,* French being the language to the sovereignty of the Sultan of stork growers; fully appreciating the writes June 14th HXK: "I want to tellyou .l Ye ; .
tS. mostly spoken here. 'After arraotttnir Turkey, 'underwhich It had formerlybeen efforts of the County Commissioners that. I believ"BlIlIard'lI\now:'\ I Is an Instrumeht that has been' manufactured]
for' a guide an old trap of a but while negotiations were of Osceola County to put A stop t_ iment saved lite'.' I was under the .
t f' carriage drawn. bv 'two horses of the i pending Charles the Tenth then King' fence cutting And other depredlallonsdetrimlnal treatment of my two Doctors, and they our own factories' "with some special featureswill 1

::4 v.' .10th century, {from 'appearances) of France, was superseded\ tiy Louis to the best interests, of told roe-Oral one of my lung. wasentirely make it stand the.climatic conditions of i
.: S and for all of which we were to pay Philippe who decided to retain the stock growers and property and the other badly '
J, 25 francs about $/).O() of the best conquest and thereby b adding here by offers a'supplernqptal' reward, elTect ;d. gone I also had a lump on my State better than any Piano"ever manuiactur.
toonl"1ln the world. We were..driven I venting'the Sultan of_ Tut'key of two hundred dollars for the arrest. side. I didn't) think that I could live "
to the Mosque Sidi Abderhaman before more terrlt.ory.to his .fearfully rnlq-, and conviction of any party or two'months longer. I wag Induced) bya
t. entering, we were requested to put ruled. possessions.The parties: !guilty of such acts, and at friend to try Mallard's Snow Liniment
on slippers over our shoes by simply passenger,hat had gone ashore this time desires to say that It will The first application gave me.great .
putting the toes of our shoes' into are now returning 1 have leaned offer Us co-operatlou and asitistanceto relleft" two, CO y bottles cured me The Cable Company
M them like sandals. we Shuffled along that at.10 p. m, we sail for Palermo, Commissioners of other Counties I Hound!< and well. It Is a wonderful ?
ro in none too 'graceful a manner I can I Sicily; the time arrives and we'aaroff. "" in a similar way to the end that the medicine l and I reccommend" : It tx> all
,y ,, assure you. The floors were covered i It Is a beautiful moonlight night property owners shall be protected suffering humanity. Sold by Thoui-. Mgr. Jacksonville. ;
with beautiful rugs, and. here and and our fellow passengers seem to throughout the State. & lloberson. FRANK E. CHAS ;.. FU. ;;
ason
there could be seen Mohammedans li.ngert loth to leave the beautiful Florida -- = '"
t DalE'1at, J-ackflrnville, --- -- SEND L OOVIS. I':
FOR CATA :
prostrasted upon their prayer rugs a light ail we sail ,down tht harbor October 16, ltt.\ ; by order of the'Exwnslve Mew Cure i-oreacer.. .
performance all good Mohammedans among the many fishlntr boats and. < : CormnltUs of the South All surface cancers are now knownto
go, through live times-dally and six steamers anchored In the bay. In the" Easfern Stock Growers Association. be cureable, by Uucklen'a Arnica
t times on Friday and always before morning we find beautiful l weather the o-20-lm. Halve.:'\ Jas. Walter, of Uullield Va.
;, enteringthe Mosque. They.a re compelled blue sparkling water of the Mediteraneae
1 'Stocxith'T28Yeus; writes: "I bad a cancer on my lip for Always Remember the Full
to wash tbeir feet at.a fountain a cloudless sky, thermometer Han that seemed incurable, .until
I) provided-for that purpose, and from 10. everybody pleased with himself; years healed It
Arnica Salve ,
:'The old original Grove's Tasteless Hucklen's ;:
r of them the loot thinking that should a storm arise
the appearance more they Chill Tonic. You know what are and now I It la perfectly well. Guaranteed -
you
fj were washed the blacker they !got. We Me' would he upon one of the roughest taking. It U Iron ahtf qulnli.e in a cure for cuts anil .burns liac at Laxative :Rromo Qjj'Cures
4 are now in the upper, or southern portion bodies of water" known to mariners> tasteless form. No 'ul'e.nn TiOis OHceola Phai'inacy Drug StOre
pay. :
of-the city oouupied by the Arabs however, nothing. of the kind happened
and known as the Marabout quarter to mar our trip and on Wednesday> _n '
and It in certainly very picturesque morning; April 2 ,; and Irreirular. the oriental feature. in the) port of Palermo, Sicily, ,
;. .a being only those that. could not-be. the lifth cityof Italy an J SUNNY SOUTH LIVERY
'rrJ,'{" J suppressed and eradicated( i>y thecon- of Sicily, with a population estimatedat [ '
querers, the French We next: visited 400,000. It lies on the weal side of t8. Oft aSC. .
M the Mosque el Tebir(the great) hav- I the Bay of Palermo and around it
_ _ + "J< ilnjr been built in the 10th century. It I lies the fertile plain of Conca D'Or6, .
.. is iatel'l".tlnaand a fine example : or Shell of Gold, covered with beau i I LiveryTFeed !: Sale .1 1
of old. Moorish architecture.;. These; tiful luxuriant -vineyards and gar f'C. { 1

... Mosques contain the decorated tombs dens. North of the city and on the A. CARSON .....1....'. .. H. C. BVYAN. Soon
of several Deys and Pashas of tbe right of the harbor as we enter 1sMoate A ?''J ,
6 Ancient! Regime. We next visited the Pellegrino,,resembling the Hockof j Stable T zz E
old Citadel, Kabbah, on the heights Gibraltar very much in appearanceIn s 4..X J

above the city and Is one of the fast Us heroic outline. The harbor is I _.
_ I_ _'.. disappearing relics .o. the native tilled with a fleet of ships from every -- - --- : & Carson
rulers of Algeria. Then through the Maritime nation In'the' world.. 'The : J.W.: MILLER,. PROPRIETOR Waters Grocery
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French.quarter, which is scrupulously ancient name of this city was Panorrnus -
_1k t clean tn great contrast to the Arab and was. originally settled AGENTS( 'STflNDflRD) OiL cOMfRKY. : A" 'Wlool..I. .. 7; -- part-of the city The.streets aNt well' by..the Phoenicians and was capturedby '"
t! paved.hsnduome arcades and shops, the Romans In 254 B. C., and since '1 'C.E.R
Postofflce. ::
all sorts of textile fabrics, objects in that period has been taken by the i Broadway, Opposite ; ... ., ' GR' IE"
i. ; wood and oorai and motherpear Vandals Saracens and Normans, and ",.,
are offered. 1 for sale, but It requires then passed to the Germans> and in .. 32IlS3l23Q.raa.ee.: .Florldtsu i

___ area}' bargaining in order to, 1282 was the scene of the terrible massacre -, J .. 1,1I '
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pr. .y Set them at. anywhere near 'your own of the Sicilian Vespers and came i 4 '_ ,COUNTY-AaBNTS.ro.. '
price which should be from.m third<< to' under the rule of Spain: and then to The ::1.0:9. All ::!Cc.H'auJ: :. >.e:..: : i '
.:'; ,r", a half less than the figures: asked. It the Sicilians. ? A CKA1 TOItA1N
.. being luncheon time'we drove to Mus-, Tbet'e.eems: to W no dirth of boats sttis.e.M.+IM1Ms.#.4lAf4...#*!441MN..*1kII...*....... 1 Celebrated Fertilizers t
taphs,. Superleur on the heights and to'take us ashore and we burry as we '
'J! were served with a luncheon at. the leave here tonight for Naples.: The ', . E T ,
r ..Hotel Bplendlde after which we drove German Emperor's yacht- the Hohen- Circulars qae .rl_

".:: down lined with to Bresson Cafe's and Square remind which one i. gollero-is understand coming that there in the is bay going and tu we be -There; .. .i Money in Growing Ginsengprof. .. .. /11 t-....;: ,. ..ral...... .sANIIcatIe. .

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very much of Paris and outside of sometbingdoing. We hire a carriageand "'
them sitting at Tables were I night on driving to the citywe find it. Howe '
; d of the'Missouri State. Agricultural, College says: "Iadvise
say, hundreds .of Arab Sheiks from beautifully! decorated with the Italian IDES; FURS WQ,0Country
All over the Eastern country, dressed and German colors. The main streetIs American farmers to cultivate Ginseng.: Big profits, are reali. ,.
in white flowing robes and white cur thronged with carriages In a line zed. It is a hardy plant and is easily a-rown.-A bulletin issued l by the

'" 'bans a dlflerttnt'looklng' lot of. on both sides of the street as far e'th- Pennsylvania State College in part says: "The supply oj native Ginseng i :FroAvLde a. Spool a, \;
Pf oplefrom those we i had. een. I er way .as the eye can reach. The root is rapidly diminishing, and the price per pound is correspond ;
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*raskedour' guide,, what It moant and carriage; are all decorated with flowers .
_ .. was told ..that it was the' "Oriental so we forthwith purchased- ly increasing, while the constant demand for the drug in China standsas : "" """" """"
") ,. Congress being held In Algiers and bushel or more for a mere song and I .guarantee of a: stead/market for Ginseng in the future."-Consu
that each Sheik represented. a differ got Into line with the others. After await General Rublee of Hong Kongsays the U. S. Consulor reports: The
pf> -. Went, tribe;and that .,,01410' "them bad. of at:'Ieaattwq.. ,, hours, we hear-a' sale! of Ginseng root grown in America is-very large here 'and the demand .
P '
f been from four to six.. : weeks reaching commotion lonll came the outridersand Has Stood The Test 25 YetGrove's
tbere on Camels and Donkey's. .They then a carriage containing the is so great that. much more could be disposed of advantageously

tr .. were certainly a fine body of men Emperor and \Empress, as they pass The root is as indtepensabla to the four-hundred-million, Chinese. as is 4
most of them being nearly if not. quite down the line they throw flowers into their rice." .
six feet tall and very muscular each carriage; I caught. rose in the '
I' Ginseng is a staple en the market the same as corn, wheat and
\ + three \ :, we attended tLe Arab face thrown by the Empress and returned -
. races which were interesting, beaull-! the. compliment by unfortunately c tton. ,The present market price varies from $6.00 t6 8.50 per: -
,''ul ,Arab horses, hurdle .aoe'and hittingthe German Emperor in the pound while the'cost of producing less than $1.50. It is ;easy '\Q .

E .-.1. footraces, the latterr very much enjoyed back: of the \bead with & boquet he grow and requires very little ground. An acre of. matured Ginseng is Tasteless' Chill Ton
co \having always heard of thet1eet.De. turned and smiled And passed down worth $40,000., There is room in one's garden to grow several hun- *
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c y of foot of the Arab.' It I. a the line. It> took us sometime to getout ,'.
_, grand thing that these Sheiks are-beld of the crush of carriages. in order dred dollars worth each year. The plant thrives throughout the United .

t% T _.. --ln check,by.the.French government, to.get to sight. _10&'. "_ ___ States.and Canada in any soil oHlJma.te.tha.t{ will grow garden vege No-Cure-No-Pay. so centt.
i. : as they are a.dangerous lot. At. fi p. The first place we visited was the tables. We sell roots and seeds -for ..planUnapurposes and can show
t.t- m., we were driven to the Quay and Catacombs, where after going down
how to make arowinaGlnseAQ". There two.
4 you money are planting
then an argument arose between our several pairs of stone steps, apparently '
guide and. "r. Learned to the price leading Into the bowels of the seasons, spring! and falll: With'each order we give full instructions how.

of bis .er,Ice.,.our illustrious guide earth. We witnessed perhaps the to plant and care for the garden. You can get a good start in this .
wanted to make us settle fifty Francs most revolting and still the most interesting business for a small outlay !and soon have a nicQ 'income. Send two _

in instead the" morning of twenty-five, then,as the agreed jabbering upon be _were sight four. one.corridors could,possibly,.perhaps find 300, I cent stamp today (01 literature. telling all about this' wonderful industry. 1 ;,

/ commenced In French. Mr. Learned feet long by 20"feet. wide, j and four-J THE; "DODGING PERIO D.. .
GARDEN .
refused to.pay. more than we had arranged others of the same length add width: BUCKINGHAM'S GINSENG .. ,
t. l for. finally Mr. Guide called intersecting them,, containing in the ; i\:

"v '.him. pulicemanand and he decided it was araloat explained&'-us-of to aggregate-47.000.Ida'.ot these dead corridors-bodies were, -on either him-- GROWERS!: AND EXPORTERS 'of a woman's life, Is the name-often given to the "change llfe."j:

,course. We refused to be robbed quite dyed of ooen coffins containing the Your.menses come at long Interval and grov oanUer'tmtll'' they*,
e '\ -.',. tbat much and was told to follow him bodies; of the wealthy resident. of Pale- ZANESVILLE. OHIO. ,
,,,. 'd,' .. which-we did,' after having the ladles mo; from the ceiling were suspended -- top.} Some women stop suddenly.. The ajitire.cbaiig,1 bats throe ,.

? { -:,,-. looked after. It seemed tome that, at unnumerable bodies by ropes from or four years, and It Is' the cause of much ptQ'.flddIacomfortwhich : : '
least. one hundred people bad collected their necks.-.01I1e of them- looking as i t. ATLANTIC COAST LINE '
-' : to a moment, Arabs. aod Moors If they had. .only died _-year or two can.however be p cured, by taking 'b'-.. and they followed us. We cut juite a. ago and there- have been DO bodies THE :/LINE '
THROUGH GAR
FROM FLORIDA.C3OMfMBOT
fI fleare going through/ the streets" and received there for twenty-five,ear..
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..1 seemed to be the..centre of attraction In some of the coffins, whole families WINE
1 we finally'reached the polio station were placed and a photograph pinnedon I .
--l fi t. where we met his royal highness, the tonne of them and In.many cases, >ONB. CAQ0014, -4
f Chief of Police, and then the whole strange It may seem, the resemblance OF
.... .. : thing bad to be gone through''again la to the original/ could be readily |' To EastALL Over its own Rails to Savannah Charleston,
.' French. It looked to me at one time peen. In one room were two or three the Richmond and Washington, thence Via Penn. .

-w-. as If the thing would break up In a I hundred Priests strungup, I passedone RAIL sylvania Railway... _
j_ -t rough and tumble and I was glad I'1 I with bis- tongue hanging -out, I y Woman's- :Relief.S
t s did. not as my friend, 'and myself touched--irand It seemed as pliable Toe West (Via Montgomery) and Louisville &Nashville, ... -
:! would have only gotten second money. almost as In life; It rave jne a cold 'and "Dixie Route" eN i:
Flyer Via
Finally the chief told us to jibe chill, however In Atlanta.To' It quickly relieves mtserablioeia.
pay Sarcophagus was A the pain.'I' vvousneis. l IrrlUblllrjr.; .
i ? guide what we bad agreed 23 the body of a Cardinalwhich bad Via Savannah & Ocean Steamship; Company, for iln ;
.r/ Francs which we did, and. 1Lt8o.td; jj to, been there for forty years, but lookedas the East New York Philadelphia and .Boston, via Norfolk forgetfulness fainting, dizziness, .hot ..and.c ld fkuhu, veak%
Ifl- the ship- followed', by:'fur pugilistic' If ,be had died only a few Jean Steamer, to New York Washington and Baltimore .... tired fueling, etc Cardur''wllTbring )'Ouaafel1> through this|l l"dodging
friend and we could see him .16akingt ago. 'The most remarkable part of via Savannah'and Merobans and Mloera Transportatlon '
his fist at us when we'were going up this place. was the fact that tbere was Via St ea r S hi p. Co., for Baltimore and'Phlladelphl period. ,and bUild up your' strength for the rest ohour I1f"> |

the oompantoowsy' of the ship- The not a. particle of odor from these key West ond'Via .e;At all druggists.In $J.oo botti'.... Try ItCVJUIlUZXa. (;
..,- .next morning we wanted to go ashore oodles.; A Sicilian officer J'ln&.lo his Peninsular Occidental $Steamship .

: ., .MT&ioto make some purchases but coffin ron which there was no cover avana. Company. t';.
were advised not to go, and my.friend had been there since 1874 be bad been ,
> WETZ U$ II BUT MATHefsstM.
'A L11111Ta : f4
r + Itoa.of&h... .
1 1 Learned concluded that be would not, shot, the bullet hole cou'd plainly beseen .I..14M1n. N.wTort Florida. llpeetal, aad W" InaW
) i t however" ; my wife and.myself ventured his face looked. If _had only # Is.d.na DI1I.J"1..r, fwslr ant :b11eg as all yttiv !j ....i',wrlW \1rdaII"Ro6.a4
'pd the flrst person we sawwas. our just died. . LlQuickesty'i ;: chedules; Service. AOOn Ilex .M u.m I .... r rttaaooga
ri" ;:Ja-jrulde.-.- He bad,'* smile ;of welcome -.'The mode of prepirinarthese bodiedwas .Superior i : ., pWalt.aM1.C.Mep' t !Mek coi' so y
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