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 27, 1905
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00200
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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, Octoberf27th, _' j\ : VolXVHI.. I.-v,.,_. '44.

. : THE PRESIDENT' Benjamin Tlllman. Christian Church'I4etsring ', I .. SE' .

REv. J.D.COWMA.N; In Sound Money Completioti.Proaran .. Waring Dry Goods Company' :

God be praised for men that dare . ; : ;
IN TO,' 8alt the. truth la season; '' ,
; of tit* Udioatlo Ex.rolseVto
Who -
pull the mask from off -
7l n i I I The face of lurking treason. toe'hefa 9.a day For 'Dry: Goods Clothing Shoes ana Notions.
. Cordially Welcorae facingll its V..
Do abroad( The stained glass window for the '
speak the
of rood God
And, smite h In Us boilr. new Chrlsttsn Church have arrived I ,:Qur Fall 'Ja ; }e
---. 'I. I and the finishing work. on the inside n'eve'rYdepqrtrnout ,
Of greatest
triumph glut with '
gold comblete ?
MADE THREE SPEACHES. And flu.hed wltH lust and greed, is nearing completion. The work '01 : ; '

. . When fastened. on the people. -vitals. rebuilding the tower has been In progress ..
_. It doth'ROrlll, _and feed. <( \ this weekand the paintersare, : See us before b..ytt. ; ,.

rcOJIroe., .Very'M d Cf I. livlderce. Fear not, brave Tlllman. ; though the expected. to begin work In a few d." '. I .
And Seemed to. Feel i scorn The bulldlmr will bo noshed by Sunday '
the, Day Of : :
plutocrat) and
vassal Nov. 6th. when It will bed.dlc.tedwl..b . 'W.1.
WM Their. May. pause a moment thee to curse : "' WARINGItanager.Fatal .
In midst of their wild wassail. Imposing ceromonles.! ,

TU The following.Program'' has been ...'
not the slave sad --
Last Saturday was a glad day' for cringing our *
arranged for the ocoa..loDtMOR.NJNG Acctde
The sycophant and servile, ,
Jacksonville, and >Prssldent Hoose- Tha '* written In the book on high . _ _
volt was given a grand ovation.' He But': ;", truly noble; 10:15: Communion' Service. To ,a Fisherman. ----- 4

made three speeches during, 'his stay Thdse who fear not face of man. 10:30: Dedicatory Service. On Friday afternoon last, while Ed ; pkk _
about six Voluntary (No. 41)). ..;.Special 1 Chorus
of hours; pne oo the baloooyof Though crowned and robed in sable I
the 'Seinloole Club Who Senate!: state and church alikeDespise Invocation, . . .. ... . . ....Pastor! flanks n.bermanIlol'.t\ Canoe
; one at the and hold I Ignoble. Hymn' (No. US). .. . .. ,CongregationScripture. Creek, was cleaning an old rifle,; with
negro'college and one at the 'Board ;; the butt. end of the standing
of Trade Auditorium.v When truth. and right: are held (In check, Solo, Miss Helen Carson, with. refrain log gun on a
suddenly slipped the
When the Presidential, And vice enshrined in cannon: by Chorus ( No;"832) striking;
party arrived But hold the greater crime to be Prayer Rer. B.Q.Denham, New York hammer on the log .aDd dischargingthe
at 10:30 s. m.,'thousands. of To yield to. gold and mammon. Flnanpial'Report-Seo'y: Bid'g Com gun the:ball striking Hanks In the

, cheering"people au..ruuoded't.he. station Hall! th iv*":"beaven-born band," Bymltt.... ....."'. rsn.'; .No. 47. l left breast and uenetratlng'! his body fY

and the reception committee. of Fop freedom fight .. ever; Sermon: ". '.Joy""Itei.B.Q.Den-' In .the reirlon of the. heart, inflicting ft
- 100 leading citizen. Hoed up''' from' ...beItall'n Nor death, nor gold, nor fear nor hell, .,. . .[bam mortal wound. <"

.. \ to the street., malclnirapasfiaire-' The truth and tight shall serer Dedicatory t'Prayer Offering.*,.. .. . The: .accident' oocured. just1outside

W.)'.rilrou&'h which the special com Box Fruit .Rev H.A.Nichols Worcester Mass. the hut,"where,'uofortu'n a...'man
Dilutee encorilnifihi. President and party" :. -' of Doxology.Beoedlctlon and his wife lived Into the

parched to the. street. Mjr Dear. F..dlt.or.-oDh nln'een days' ,. . . Dr. D. M,- Breaker house, falling and expiripglust Inside

The oonomlttle. including GOT until the Slate MidWinter Fair qpens. Miv8.VV.ti.VAN' .DUZOROrganist'AFTERNOON the.door.

)liroward Mayor Nolan, President. The work on Osoeola's Exhibit Is nearing Hi* wife, fearing to* remove the body

Garner of the board of .tr.&de. Senators completion. and lam' sure It will. Voluntary. 3:30 Fellowship(No..838)Meeting.Chorus. until the authorities' bad,been notified

'','.Haferro. and Mallor, Congressmen be pleasing to all who visit ,the: Fair Invocation,. .,,,... .,..Elder J. T.Reaves left It where he had fallen, and Informed
Sparkman,r' Lamar andS from Odceola. Solo,. ..... .. .>. ;Miss Helen Carson 'some neighboring fishermen of the
Address of Welcome,. /. .. .,.....'.?flat. '
Editor. hasn't each aooldest '
Why In
I Clark, and Wilson and Carter, orange grower Five Minutes Itesponses by Local who sent word to town. k WANTED!'

entered the President's car giving this County pride enough, In his fruit Pantors.and other. visitors. ._. k i Upon hearing the particular' the ,I r

him a oordlala'1'M'tlD/l.' / to pack one box of his choicest markit Prfmbyterlaa liev. O. E.-Jones authorities deemed an Inquest' unnecessary : >>

Ideal werther made splendid day. platol>.atid b..IDIlI'.lo to me? There Babtlst,: . ..: . .-...Re,. B, P. Jackson : and Leslie Minx and 'Rod .REAL, :..ESTATE.,
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There were no forma exercises at. Is a premium! for the best box of fruit.Show Methodist Rev. J. L. Moon Snyder volunteered' to go down' In '
Closing AddroRS./.Revi; U.A.NIchols My customers for the next six months would like toy have as many::
the station. I some Public Spirit andaclc a HymnNo.' 3114).... ,. ...CongregattoiBe'nedi .. their launch'and and. bring the bodyto
The party entered the carriages, the. I box of oranges or Grapefruit for the ton. ., town for burial. vacant lots, business houses, cottages, orange groves timber land and

President being accompanied by Secretary Fa tri Do you know the. 'Growers in this EVENING I. They' arrived there about twenty cattle ranches to select from as possible.The probabilities arn-the. q

; Loeb Go,.' Uroward and Mayor County want tl.and over a box more for 1:30 Evangel little Service. four hour 'after the. accident, and will be something doing (in Kisslmmee and'Osceola:County propert/tthl; ) *'

Nolan. : the fruit I must have atJho Fair, than Voluntary (No. 636) Chorus . .. found the body,still lying just
,; . . Hymns No'f 808 577 630 Winter. -The!.outlook ,is good and now' I is. the,time to 'send in a list of
The First Florida' Regiment, under they can get for it In any Market.? It'sI Prayer, 'v.I .". ..Re,. It. A. Nichols had fallen tbefaoe not even having, what'you,have for sale. This I is a good time of the year to get busy.-
fact.Leu oven dont torob been covered, and the sun shining' la
command of of 'Oeo Lovell Grand up try Vooal Selection. Babtlst Church Quartette -
Marshall of the Day, escorted the yourself. Take a half day and pack . . .,[ through the. door upon l It.. J., No commission charged unless le'r..m .through. my efforts.. a...

4 President and pay| to tBsT Seminole one box of fancy fruit and bring It loi; Announcements and Offering. The remain* were brought to town ,How would a Tornado PoI6y-! .Mke you? It beats being 'struck by'a .'
John M. Le. J. F. O'llerry', Walter Evangelistic Sermon: "Except Ye Be Me..... Miux and 'and '
. CudbhouM.Following. Lorenz, Will Tison. The Shaker Colony .i.Converted"., ..Rev. B.Q.Denbam by . Soyder In- tornado-and don't cost much. .'Fife I Insurance) In tenjof the best

the carriages -of the ', and Others are giving me their! active Invitation. ( Hymn. 675. tercdtn Ito' !. "Hill cemeterySunday companies. New York' Life Insurance Plate Glass..: Insurance.. Health,

Presidential party. ', cam toe conTeyeiices support." I must hare the fruit and Benediction morning1.. Insurance' Rent Insurance Burglary. \ Insurance, Accident Insurance;
carrying the. Governor' staff, ate lffur dU'll.o bring it In,' .7"- J "
Ia..leu.. The Ladle and the School are bardat OSCEOLA HIGH !SCHOOL.WBBKLY v >" I la Memoriam. Taxes paid.. Rental Agency.. Notary Public.'
the Siirprenm Court the State I
work and doing fine the .. r'
work .meeutbu.I..m
officials and the general reception ,.throughthe.. County RB OVT.' w, Oliver Burne." tlalduwell'son of M.H. ', 'J. M., W.iLLSIONe..Jl3..
al:dwell, l.S.lem.v.: .,'was bornId . rJ
committee. among t.bemeo would Insure the. first Grade One.-Asteady, improvement '

Thousands greeted the President as premium to Otoeola County."Brhfll.lo a in writing In this department. ,' Tour Allegbany County, west Virginia, "

he abpeared on'the ,Seminole. Club box of fruit on. or.before. the 10th .ol. new puMls enrolled .I August/ :: ?nd, 1872, !and died at. the ', ai

.balcony, where.. .be reviewed ..the es- November. .Yours Truly' Grade T" In this home, of his sister: Mr.*. Walter C. VVVVVVVV III V iWV

- -cortln {-troops.v:" .*- __ '. ,. ...W:lOf an juzor.----....,I.. grade I I. pr greislng nlqelvl; All of the B.... tn .1ea.Jmmee. Florida? ,.October, r' "
Major Nolan weloomed' the Pr.. .,;; : , Commissioner pupil\ -have learned ..the 2'."and'3's. ,o l Hth,:1906. - -i; 'OSCECkAX -
the At about the age oU"eotl'qo.'e... -,
ident to the city and (Jo,. Broward mujtlpllostlon' tabje.GraJeThre "
extended a-welcome to the State and REWARD .. *.-Each pupil In this grade Burns," as be was familiarly.called -

Introduced the distinguished guest ''to Jacksonville, Fla.. Oct. 18. 1905. I. trying' to make: his or her dally by his many friends selected Florida PHARMACY'. "' .::,' .: .-

the throngs below,'' , The Southern Stock Grower work neat enough to be sent t.o'the as the state of his adoption. HI

crowd Immense. Association organised for the promotion Fair/One new pupil this week.. mother bavlng.dled when be was about 'I r : 1t
The hers was Tome of the best. interest of the : Wlieli yj>H need a Ytl hgJl-t. ;the Br ;
eleven made home
of ,.he
es imfcietng It ai bla'b.. 25,000 pea stock growers, fully appreciating; the Grade four,-This n.d.l. dohiir'jlood"ork years age "
pie the 'colored population largely efforts of the County Commissionersof in Arithmetic. They are still with bs| sisters. "Mrs. Bass and Mrs. ca p E No. 3 'oBce: '

predominating who seemed to thinkthat fence Osoeola cutting Andy' other to put depredlatlonsdetrlmlnal a stop'' ti studying' fractions.,, Lancaster Lblr..e.. In Kisslmmee. be Converted S "i also carry a full lino of ,ladles'. $lloaj!s"< "'
Grade Flye-Tha pupils intbis grade when years of age i joit.edthe . .
the was peculiarly theirs .
day the best of "
to interests .
They' crowded to the front and jostledthe stock growers and, property owners ar. working'<<'in.Fractions.Grade church and developed many- noble and ,Scissors.: Try our: r mouMB;: Poison, j 1

whit. people who rather here by offers a supplemental. re".rdoU"o Six.Geourephy; "A" class I* traits of'character.' Being generous Money refunded ft not,, satisfactory.* 'W# ; =
hundred dollars fur. the' cheerful'and
than sabmit to such a "sweet aoeot.ed"j.m and conviction 'of any party arrest orparties drawingtbemap studying North Canada.America."B"classis be made a host sunny of friends la temperamei-who mXfrn ,are in business for ;your, l1e Ub. .

gave way and retired to the rear, guilty of such acts, and at ,
this time desires to that it will Grade Seren.: -The pupils! are studying his seeming untimely death toted
and by the time the President began say
few white offer Its oo-operatluu and assistance properties. of the verb,and will with a disease fa..alll1. lta>rfature but S\ The DrUg
his speech; comparatively Leading StQ1
Commissioners of other Counties soon be conjugating!; the verb.\: slow in Its work, he'jHf 'for"-months : ,: 'J : ftft
peoplewere within earshot of bin la a similar way to the end that. the HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT. an invalid and.Uyriutpenso. and Buffering .
voice. owners shall be- V tVVV *
property protected
throughout the-State. i In English Literature the third andfourth of all\ these month. .,,he endured ,,
At the Hoard of Trade auditorium,
Dated 'at vlaclcsrnvllle, Florida, I yea pupl1' of high school are with a fortlttfdo possible only to the '
however ..
it different none .
was wereadmitted October 16, 1805, by 'order of the preparing sketches of Chauder, Spencer CbrlsMarfT Portonate. in being with 1Cr

save those. who had-reoeived Sxeouelve Committe ,of. the SouthEastern Shakespeare and Milton. bill beloved and loving .......i10..\ his
cards, and though thousands of the Stock Growers Allocl.Uon.o.OOlm. .
The be received every possible
third year pupils) are trying today fleas,
colored brethren followed the Prosidenttotbe attention more A. CAttsON. .JOHN III. LBBt .N.'B, CARSON: '
door they could go no to prove in as many original wlPrv kindness: and ,. and COn. ....1...... VIP.........., Castll.,
New Catalog l : as possible that the three angle .-1i a slant and beautiful devotion between '

farther. triangle are together equa /to two brother] and sisters was never witnessed state Batik 'of Kissutimee t
Here an elegant luncheon bad been Angle and Wilson, the. large fur.altosdealer. but kindness and tenderness., aid : ,.
right anglei. s ; ...
ofBartow: ."llLh.aY8
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prepared, and the, Boardr of Trade ready for delivery .October' 1st. their. The higher class nfathematic i Ta TBffT T the 1>e nn6dtcat klll-cbuld 'not "f' Kisslmmee,' Fec::' .

and their! invited quests to the number mammoth catalogue descriptive. of at work on parallelepipeds.' heal him, and his Heavenly Father. relieved .. ,-.-., I:< ,

of about"six' hundred, -assembled to. dohonor the goods they handle. You' can get sl. H. SMITH Prln. him of his suffering and called PAID liP 0 CAPITAL.. .....,. ...:;( rr'r' 110 000 00. iSTOCItUOLDBRS
to the Nation' Cblefta l. one by addressing them' post card.They .
hi. home in the land where ..
him .
handle kinds to : LIA.ILIJ'Y .J.1. 50000, 00
all. of .furniture
After luncheon President Garner, of Cure for Piles.
A UfMri-mtccU
matting, window shades, etc., andbav > 1 there 'i t. no sicknsssuffering, nor DBPOSTOItl! SBCORITY.M.r, ..p." '..,.1f lOG 000 00 ,
the Board ofTrade", Introduced the decided to knock the bottom out I nil'', Blind, Bleeding or protctnling -. death.. It Is a consolation to the. bereaved \' ... y
*..,< Pre e' ; 'who glade; brief -but- Uu of prices. They also take. care of all \ PUes. Druggists refund mon one., that be expressed his prompt, a1l4'C.retlll A"..tloa, a.... to sit matters entrusted -

. terestlng. speech" dealing principallywith matters pretatnlngr to undertaking, ey'If Fa'to Ointment falls to cure any readiness and willingness to go, and to ud:- Exchanges good at all. points) al cheapest. 1
the proposed Panama Canal. in all p.ru01 Sooth .Florida. 9 e case, no matter of how long standing ratea.. '
take pleasure,reccomending tnem In 0 to 14 day'*. First application that. be went with"DO fear for.' what .: YOUR BUSINESS' 'eoUCITEtJ.
readers.- Bartowinformant. and rest 60o. If druggist for him. ?
oour ; Duties gives ease your be future'haa In store 1/
Golf Notes .- hasn't It send' oOc in stamp* it Bro. Cald'well's great popularity.)'
Angel and Wilson pavjr'the freight will ba forwarded'po etapsid by Paris. i .:' ,
W. L. Van Duzor Is preparelri: .to on all"ood. bought of them. Jm Medicine Co.. St. Louis. Mo.. tt I w'ss attested by the large concourse of t .
bare the weeds mowed and the golf friends that crowded the spacious

a'round.p,1L.'in\, drat class shape for LETTER TO MARSHAL...... :WILLIAMS.K1S9INNEB . CHURCH OP will CHRIST be lId-.t NOTES.the. church at his funeral service. 111.-*.-< ***+ ********* *+NVliielllNYltV1YaVWFi/0aM1iN1ii**SraHMi aeii :
Our service : .i'
by loving
main were T
the winter season. ,, pt.". !
Col. and Mrs, J. H. Ollle.ple.of, Dear Sl : There are these five ways Opera House Sunday! and it 1* ti poJ't.aDt.'tb In Rosehlll Cemetery-Klnslmmee.Fla. I -;SUNNY'SOU1'if LIVERY STABLE "

Sar&sota are tfspeoted to arrive In of Dadoes* In paint: t every, member' of the. .church His life was a success In that he !bored 1 ; .1.1J

Kisslmmee"In about two weeks to (j 'Itulred-out. with,. chalk. or something should be present. ', to brighten the lives of others. Ills
like that: There special matter tobe .
are some faith 'In
and triumph through
spend several day. The Colonel barytea, better\. chalk, but no was a '
before-the church. It I the. :"
Mrs. Qllllsple are both. enthusiastic'golfer covering to It;: nobody'ffT&wvUther i brought Christ. We roles, his Denial radiant Livery Sale
*, and will spend most of Cbelr ((3) benzine \In' the oil, or water., or laB Sunday before dedication, and face; feel the loss of his pleasant I
time other such stuffing, muoh prepartlon 1 I. necessary, companionship; but rejoice -that our .

w on the links (4)too lo-t.oo. much liquid >whatever Sunday-School' an 9:43.. There' was loss is bis''alo. ,We will cherish his J Feeds Stable"r: : ; .;
it I I. for the ;
CAhu 9P TH .. KM again of six attendance last Sunday memory Imitate his noble Christian
-(5)( ) short measure; Make it twelve this coming irtuos,' and hope to greet him. In his
We take this oppaftunlty' of iLanlc Now ,,111)911 the. price per. Sunday. 'home .
itur our many friends for their kind- gallon"? . Sermon at> 11:00: Subject-"Prayer' beyond. His PASTOR : '. toI
ness shown M>- 'jour 'dear brother.. We furnish our agent with a state and ..-"Communion rJ 1.00 .. J. w. MILLAR, PROPRIETOR' '

'throngh hls>TMi illness. chemist's certificate of analyst. that ,C. E.''Prayer meeting' 6.15' P. ''M. .' *, ,- I -*' '
a. 12 MaS.S..A.LANCASTER.: tells what's In Devoe. Plats To Get Rich.\, flGENTS\ STflNDflRD OIL GOMPflNVi; '
and Sermon at Subject -
Id and MKS.W. C.; !BASS, Your trufv are often trustrated& by sudden break- 1
,.F W, Devoll A: 00 Baptism Why'and How."Other tug down, due to.dispepsla or con Broadway .Opposite: ,P stofflc ,1

MOlloery Opening. 4e .oj i- New York: .noanoemenU for day will be'made at umptlon.. Brace op and take ,Dr. "1 ,
take out 'I-s a111: = ee. r- '1Oxid.a.. : t
morning service. King New Life Pill.; They .
tall'Mrs.'Chandler will hive'her'regular Has) Stood the Teat 2S Year A oordal} welcome' all.';. ',. be material which are eloglngjournergle I : ';., l:,>
I and SaturdayJ3o.wZ7m"ttllllnerjropening Friday old "original' GrovVs Tasteless If your love to God measured by *. and give you a new start. .. . ..r .
I the ladle are larlted,; to attend!.28tb.'rod All Chill Tonic You know what you are what you, do for his cause, bow., ,much Cures headache and dizziness too. At .'Phone ;LOa: .All. IC1 T'i ':' .
250. :
U iron and qulnfoe ina does your love meauref t. .. Osoeola Pharmacy Drug .Store;,, Ih'ia ,:

i tylea"ft" "T la"0 mliI D., ..nery goods.. and. .'all" ..tift----latest- --- takingIt tasteless. .forWKo:: -
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tUlI'lIerorron whom i you fee with mo .
now, ibnd., made her acquaintance Gf.EETING., OF ALABAMA ., ,"

- 1 In! ':the (dept hi\ of tuy poverty, and bc ,. "*.. ,---"'* 11 1.

fi r LI AJ 1\I1E\ R.ofM1.1LIONS.- t:. I other Ins' ,none friend'who too well ;'off could, had supply found.heridtlc'c no Extended Nation's With Chief*, Wide-Open Ex eullvj: -',Arms GreatDay' ."+to ". ;Florida State ,'NeWS.; ( :,

e to faithfulness and devotion She S
In of Mobil
In not prepossessing to look II t. but IIheJ01.t City , .
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>, me; too well) 1.fen r./or 1'l10vould
not even let, me the.] '(bough; she knew That peictf :l1a b' her-'vtctbrles" \ no Busy Station of Pardoning/ Board*, j! Ex-Deputy Sheriff Exonerated '

in.v-secret-desperation."' t less renowned- than war was never At u lecett mooting'of.. Line utato } Criminal' Court' ; at Tampa;. waa' en',"
"Hut this is hunting on too Cast. better exemplified than In I ha reception .engaged '
board of p&rdonrrin Tallahasnee, the a whole/ilay/ and up toiJ:,30t: ( \
studied: thE'I., long nnd faithfully, andprnctlced accorded to Theodore Roosevelt, flitch o'clock at Elitt'' with
death David trial
... sentence of upon .the. ofjkiadruga Li;
hour, when I was nctClbl.gel1 duringhla
Bj Anna Katharine GresnJ .'A.tho. of"Tb.. 'Fora.lreD every'Work'tor president of the Unite\ pit, pas'elllaclt'kid! ,' convicted In \\',110Was, chai'ttejwltli .eX" '
," Klo.!: to my subsistence.Hope In the hiatoltccity
inn two .hours' stay Bradford county of borting_ ,
mmtnlued l'J04)() ) .in murder biaoktpaq'rcrtheTbolltaegam: '
$ .1- .er'"."". U... .., ROMRT SONHCH-S sons: by on Wings, My me eighteenth, and the days birthday le\y : or 'Mobile- Ala.,. Monday even in tile first degree and sentenced- yto biers'of) YWr CJly.i x' "

pawed, and the day' was I set fop me to Ing. bo hanged, Was commuted to Ufo 1m. i j., was fso charged In. the

'CIUFTER III. -J bad come overher, ; she seemed to hang;, try try voice In concert Had t carriedout There was' a .general._closing of roufe all Ttlsonmenti The commutation' was, Information 'that Ma-druga., who was i

.. Continued. I upon) hi qh.q this Intention, I-nrlght have-been: business' houses and along the granted' upon the recommendation"ct at the. time ,a deputy alterlff, )led r
k Scflna' VnlJIl! lIe knew the\ nnnie. i'f'Then you wMld, ao longer;query i If saved two more ;yeses of- useless labor: .of the' procession from the union depot numerous citizens of Bradford county -*, CeiveU from several! .Ybor: City ..Joon.
ft- It was that.of the young musical debutante there were' .a Uod, but rejoice in thefact and 'vnln hope' But unfortunately; to the Btan4 Blenyllle square, ; and aod' upon the.. reportof the'" keepers'5Re'r week',,wlth an'lmpUod' '

,who, bat s month.ttefbre'. had *... that there is one."' nt the Inst minute;, a spirit of opposition l 'where the' reception, ceremonies took medical/ examining committee appoint-f agreement'that tho fact of their oper.ntlns ,

stood up before a great assembly o* r Ilpr fno? was fallenrigalii' : ,. and'cluecl Bleeed: me and I refused .to test place the reel deuces and store were! ed by the court to Inquire into his bouts games was, to be'con,

'expectant listeners beautiful,?fnscinat- I 'to stniKsie" with herself l'"or' 'nj.r powers.Ill( I could do BO with nil covered with decorations of. lights and sanity. The eotniflittoo reported (hat cealed.' w ,!.
some mlrtutes she did not answer. the eclat of and costume. I bunting In "the national' colors The '
tog but tongue-tied./ A wonder with Mitchell does -not possess the average,I Tlicae saloonkeepers were th6pirln- ,
''every "Oo!" she murmured at last. -"1 hawalreadyhept e ,would Appear ns Margherlta/ or not at route lay out Government street, One
promise- of song In her blazingeyl' Intelligence of the common negro,,his pal) wltneste against, the ex-deputy
you too loug. .Go and torget'n all and roolishncxfe was listened orlvea la the south '
my of the .moet .noted '
and upon her trcrobllbg ills; but intelligence! being BO low that he dos eherlff. Madruga made- 8. full state-
with no voice at, her t-onimnnd, no nnwerlng she gasped, gave one'look" nt tar and my debut ,postponed for ten blocks' passing the homes of not know right from'wrong" and that meat In his own defense making fiat
sound : tile crone In the corner to which she t'A hew teacher" now took me !In of Mobile's most Influential citIzens
to tlie'crcbestra's lnvit. some he has been' In this condition for a denial of (lib charge. Several
lad withdrawn nnd sunk-sobbing' nnllfl'oIlLc'Un'a c-linrcc. I wan able! to hint something prominent ;
!ng tones, nothing save the moan with pap ; her chief educational! Institutions of floes 'realItsrtho
", dins I but not much. 1e1'er'enind; num-ber years, and ? not cjtlzcna entitled to his good
which she finally gave the : the Barton academy, and one
!' tip strugglennd He turned 1'0 obey her. Something) there va.s. 'a futuro. lu store for me; I :; e'uormlty "o.t.his crime, nor- ho character and reputation. The Judge

s behind Bank overcome wind 'annihilated, within him tokl him that lie ought to I vn'n. ''' but running: rep R debt which ,i iI other historic churches, .the Govern meaning ot. the "pen/a/ Hy provided .b Y ncqulted! him % .
the falling curtain. Fellnh VolII mant Street Presbytinuan. '
1' seize upon this excuse to tear hVnsiM uv.iU: airily |1111Ij! .:le' by one night ; .1w". I ---r-- .
-. (' He remembered the iianie well, The seemed to Ue deeply: .3
away from n 1'0 dan1 crone t< A conditional pardon granted
1 presence,1 !; 7 xif'trluuiplinut song.! If be were will- waa
; JBeklon./
i and all the Calk and criticism andT'alludedto The Tampa bureau of the :
tyhlcb his peace. But when hb-wnclied the lug to wait--nnd lie seemed to be-I I!touched by his reception to Dahlia> Mci lnnt", whoWan convict.eildn .
toll ""NI her defeat:, and, mo'ell"by A"honiidlcp. ''threshold'' the warmth of the greeting In his I vllle Timor UnIon| I la fitting up a, convenient
turned 08t ,
.as *
any certainly; could do this, for my Soiceand 1905, at the spring term of the
compassion lie took liop by man would 1.,1'., ,,(, done; for n final look manner andntylu were Improving; speech, in which he said, in part: ,tircult courtof Jackson of booth In the main building of
J -county,
, .- the! : hnnd. Immediately Clio added: he found-hrr at .hlm with sufficiently tbe state fair grounds, aa a comfort,
grazing express
daily! nnd ere long I the| doors of the ,1'lh'lll'E'a cannot myjappreciation murder In. tho fleet degree and upon
.\t least that Is the' name by \vlilcb. despair 'In her large dark,; limpid eye. I must open before me, and!.; { of magnificent greet-j: i, rtionimcndatlon to was sen' i i ble rendezvous for tho newspaper "
Irene mercy
life known to my tonchcrg and exliccteil I Hint he made one bound to. her dido, wealth and honor toke the plate-of 1ujillgenco a, Ing that you "I.ave given me'-today. ', lanced a to !life Imprisonment. '' men of, Florida and other states, who'
to bo known In the worldl; ; '
> .. My and seizing her by the hand exclaimed: { : nnd obgcurltj- I The man would be but a poor Amerl- may Visit the .fair. Thcso headquarter
I was
=: Thla thercconimeadetton
real' IB pardon granted
unuie JcnnyAVliy'did '- vfon ,
9 r, I "I will not go: till know just what "Looking at me now ami reuittuber-<< ran who_ could meet< your here, my for "Jhe press will be provld, l wlti
; the not finish? Why did and r-etltlon of -theUlzt'ns j
; I leave behind me.; You have mO"I'111 Ini( my failure, can' )'011 : such', .lloweltheDs: 'without being stirred desk and table room for the nlrwspaper >:
she look at him .-: { Jackson "count'y and
no strangely and .o ,
: drop me too much. If true 4ae
are a
you woman
folly? You mast' be and [ folk letter
Moor aad
: circular is
her and "shake her '' and feellnj that be must even morethan which a
brail Ills'ex
eyes cc.jvicted:
you will tell me all that a friendtihould Jury McKlnnc. and
and have u voice to do It. Why, flits strive Iii J j totbe't'dUol's o( the various state
.,, pression bad been : before to do all that aunt .
of '
one '
expectancy, khow, or clad llsinl 9 me without room: Itoa been peopled with| ','l>dol,1l1. { a.HO upon Ire ground of good behavior '
j Inviting.them"
and all his manner was encouraging, him lies or our .common country I palters, .cordially to
/ this look of grief which holds me I hive soon myself In the podsegvloii of and the recommendation of the priH
But (he seeinctt to'troinble before him [!, back In spite of my better judgment. every power, every happiness. When know .that, the rest '.of you will not on authorities:; and also upon the make themselves at 'home In thoTimesUnion's

'and did not speak1' tbe name, only. murIB "I cannot help my look ." she paid.' uy: lingers have ached with writing grudge ray saying that most of all uum further grounds. of extenuating clrcuTiWances. | booth during their visit '

tired; "but I can restrain my word. But I have thought/ of the day lu store for touched by the sight of- men who I to the great 'fair. I IGov..roor
"But. .forgot. I have sworn not to will not I long to have ail Adviser I wore tlie gray In the great war, pa- I!
me, when just my signature Would be I A third pardon Rented was to a
? tell my name. I am St'llnaaldl without >oulskle'of BJ'O-:::::; I
? success long to have a frtt theprofenslon. worth gold. Till\ then I' wanted no ceding here today .1 have just been negro' ClandaJohneon. con'1 has appointed:

that the name Illustrious.whlehwos" to mate. ." she. added: "outside of companionship; and felt myself uu- I presented by Judge S'mm..a with a t'IctOd'at! .a special term of the circuit: | the gentlemen named below -to represent
that seltti-li world where nil l Is rivalry,
Poor chlldf The words. left bis lips tempted by pleasure or wealth. Till I beautiful badge. I passed by the court of Suwannee county In February ", 1 Florida at the conference on Ira-' .
jealousy nnd Cad
: ,
x, you sparetbe could enjoy all, I wanted nothing. I statue of Admiral Serames as we! 1894 of murder In the de- migration and
unconsciously, she looked so desolate< time tb listen or will come I first quarantine, to be field
and forsaken: "Poor child!*jonr heart again t to-morrow?' you referred to take my happiness at a drove up hither. Adt.ilral Semmes hal gre: and sentenced< to life Imprlsonnient. j In Chattanooga,. -Term., November 9-

.was set 'on SUCCORS, then! You expected "I hud rather linger/ now. It In not lound.( tin?! from these rooms of fitded under him on the Alabama'one: of :j 10, in accordance 'with the request of

te be a singer... Lite. See it Is barely o'clock.. iu1 at the
p "Oh!" am Impatient to know my new friend tilted\once to the palatial apartments that built the Alabama. The Judge's it being stipulated that the parties \\'. C.: Jones, Pensacola; C. /;'M. AUH-

NLcThe exclamation) spoke.vohrmea, Slic better.' :': ? "You ran Imagine IIUI'IISfull\rlllln/ then, the donna.excitement sister l the admiral's daughter,, Is the hall hereafter! load law: abiding lives; fey, Tallahaiisce, ; K. M. Hendry", Tampa .

']88Id her bands alld -was trembling She .sighed/ and something like a of those days, when 1 'was In- wife of that distinguished ex-confederate and that upon rdmplfiot) to the state : ; \\.. 'Y. Ba-ndlln. Jasj>er; Fred P.

now, not with weakness buteagerness tpasm passed over her face but it was foretell by my enthusiastic: teacher, who by his rule as governor of or county officials that .(he conditionsof Cone, Lake City; Charles F:. Davis, .
fin Innocent face' he' had doubt of the Philippines has held aloft therecordof
: no the they Mid UonV.. Montlcot-
,"1 that the \IImo had come for my pardons: are being violated ; H. Glnuideau.
had a right to expect It. she declared. lIer.and he listened with Irrepressible' lnee and that American rule for integrity! 1111.1lai.\ he taken Into "ulltOOy'and lo n. S. Marlanna J.
I'' "I & after two short once ( ; I.Iddon ; I>an
can tins; I bare a voice' emotion to the which 01111t-8r'I' .1
$ that has made every master who bane story ,of rehearsal' the stage of the efficiency and .firmness. serve the remainder of the son Jones Chlpley-; John P. Roberts, Tal
she .
proceeded to Yell
him j "The last time I
came through thin .
should be rend/"T6r debut. tence. I lahassee.; C. E..Garner, Jackso-nvllle.
taught me patient and .
gentle and
''rung with (he'notes I have raised Imt CHAPTER IV. never, would those( two months pass! was going with my own regiment to for some lime.Pensacola . The Tampa Board of PubUcvYVtork

'. I cannot face ,a crowd. At the sight THE STOBY 9V A STBAXGE OIRMIOOD. I And yet 'they ought not fo have gone the Spanish war, and In that regiment' I at a meeting which was advertised to

such a terror seize me that I want to childhood." tbe .Slgnorlna Valdl' began. rehearsals themselves were enough to fathers' ,wore the gray than there were I Improvement, postponed! the opening

shriek Instead.of'sing; !Bometbinc "It was like that of many other girls absorb me; and they Old, but they I men whose fathers wore the blue. But A New Orleans- dispatch ftiys 1 I of bids for a week. President Fuller

catches me by the throat and I am suffocated left to grow up in'a great city, in the never satisfied and I longed they marched Jn that spirit symbolizedby Marine- Hospital Surglnhlte.. In :: read a statement: to the bidder call. '

r lost, drowned In ai flood of fthaboy' gentility necessitated. by small to end, them. Somehow I needed anaudience I your marching today, carrying the charge; of tbe yellow fever situation at Ing for a'Change of {

horror, to ,which lean give po'.name means. My father was a doctor and or8o I thought. I could not United States flag for they recognlz" New Orleans, caps that most of the Bprclficatlonif, la
order that
and against which It Is useless to strug only -halt successful, and that In a warm up to empty benches; but my I ed but one spirit of emulation the severe criticisms! directed at Pensaj j more complete test of sum-
i?' gle. Oh, la Is a cruel fate But; 1: can quarter of the town where most of manager seemed satisfied, and fed me emulation to strive which could do cola because of the Inability ot) the I Ties of brick _may be mode and the .:

ba< singllaten!r* tbe patient never pay.,' and 'the few with flatteries, and expended /great most for tbe of common healthofficers there malceprogress,, ': board may fully determine' which i*

t And with sudden. 'impetuosity-, pay so little that .comfort is sums of money on jury toilet and the "* flag' our la' unwarranted. "State Health Offl- the lowest and best bid.; Quite'anura- '

.c ..Yolce-.o4red..u'ci scsreelr.JLl2w1.t; the house and lux'nry'never..Mylnother tage accessories. lie was sure.of suc.ieae .country.3Y.. R-L. car' Porter and State Agent Anderson ber of bidder were present to submit.
.sweet. so weird,- 'so thrilling', ''that' be was invalid ; 1>uhot.onrplwDL.. Dirt n 'secrftary0L tiibama Bo haves"charge"o.f-f evcmffair* tT hejfbtdeyIrut'therweye! requested to.,._.
:stood amazed, entranced subdued, there being jno..other.children. I say this now, since J l Ave so egregious board of health,'b rded the.special'train ._par Pensacola both andef | wtbbold! them., _
; are competent; 1
) of ..,
,Q "marveling: at tbe trelhne,-tbe power, grew! 'up In the comparatively empty ty failed. I neither doubted my.voice President Rooseveltat flclehtmen- --
"undoubtedly would
the Ioul-moving quality of her.tones as house) a creature of 10Ic18nl1) dream. nor ray training nor my spirit I left Brln'son,. Oa.,. and,, upon affidavits I '
well as at the perfection of her'roan My:.voice was my" great companion .jl his room 'on that fatal night --calm. of{ Surgeon': Qerie'ral'IHxey: ,.:,Issued !tla;, have mado.e cellcnt progress In sup- James Osteen, who II suppose tof .

._er and the correctness of her inter.pretation. dared not sing in the parlors or where, 1! took"what I thought to be my last deanbill: f ofu health:\,to. the 'president:, pressing, the disease'had they'had Full f bq.responsiblefor themurder;! ;;; of.Ooo."anQEdwirdiUateenQltti ,

",A living, breathing' genius, my; mother could hear me too,plainly,;; look of these;"miserable apartments; tlsllpiarty'Mrt' Roosevelt tOld Secret, | cooperation> and ,the' necessaryInewrpffwart1 ; : } ;{ I occurred '
.1 glorying in her own''gUt,-w.. before but would .to away Into-the garret with' the' quiet farewell of one who tar*' Brassell "that'be wished' to con-. :>aid'"DrXVtolte; when"aueetioned :!r,.0C niUesxirom. Augustine recently '"

!lIp!., and be. could but acknowledge"U where in undisturbed' possession of so feels her fortune a 8ured., I left beLind form! with all''quarantine regulations on this1 subject "It was only In still -at Urge'; although the county:
.with \much In' it ric. recently" that Dr. Porter secured the < officers are the woods -. 1
delight., 11 .- J empty space. 'would ring and many mem but I went j l searching for

t She saw his pleasure and rose In digs trill\ till I was otterl;,'exblUlsted or my forward to great hopes. \Vbeli riieard:' U WITTE INS _HIGH..-EAVOR. necessary money and equipment 'and him. He'la..a Yearles character j.

nlty' and'flulhtd ;with), power.., ..llert .!took of song gave out. Inter I took the door close I had the feeling' i .......-- .' I. expect 'to see very rapid Improvement I I Is said to be a good -shot, never going

,; 'voice left the Intricate waYI of Italian to'acting, having secii one. opera something abutting upon my past and I Report That the Czar Has Appointed In the Pensacola situation from anywhere unarm d. )Four of hls- '

Bong and deepened '1nto'the broader, through the kindness of n school teach' went downstairs and out to my carrlAee. : Noted Diplomat as Premier now on." II I' )brothers thought to be Implicated! \ In

$ deeper channels of German opera.. It cr of mine who knew my passion and with a different step than, that : It -persistently reported- the the murder, which was tbe outcome of ,

Dwelled, It rose, It triumphed; till the had accidentally overheard my voice which bad been accustomed t6 mark :i'a fight between brothers of ..Ide'I t
1 departure. ., clubs and In government circles atSt. \V. J. Godden, who, for a year or each
sang my
one day. then I never ,
strange even
a, and shabby room became an Petersburg that the of the Carter and' Oeteen families, are
more has
huIappol'flted been the
: emperor' In charge of Epmeopal -
Lefore _one., AudIt chance. I 'i1 lj eellng I
elyaium; and, the:atfnospbere- seemed nny by .followed jneJtft thaJthe- In. Jail awaiting trial.
l.a.4en-wltb-t..hM8thof.'goo.. -Age-_ ('augblanr; ,one_listening{ ,:my-: throatchoked atre and Increased, rather than diminished Count Wltte- premier ;wlth- -mlMlon In-th -Kvergladus, gave 1------: - - -- -
j the
must She was' more. or eenied 'so up and I broke out Into a cold with the putting on of the dainty portfolio: of minister of finance. a very Interesting talk at fit. Andrew a .
_ while her'voice thrilled and hei beauty perspiration. But thjsvwas Inexperience I robes which another's' enthusiasm bad the papers give prominence to chapel in Tampa about the ch'urch'4. :' State Director and 'Manager of S. -

flushed, but wben all was !still again, ; as I thought, nod I went on cherishing provided for me. Nor did the sounds the report. work among the Beralnolcs. He said :.E,- A. for lorida, State Department

k4 and she stood panting and deprecatory my dreams and acting over andover of.Jhe orchestra make ,me quail, nor Count Witte, It now seems, has definitely that there are between-CUO; and 6CO In ; Education., Tallahassee< Fla., Cloui \

before him ,then she seemed only a ten ln-sglnary! ,scenes from' operas the voice of the call-boy; nothing : come Into Imperial favor, an) diana now In the Everglades, who are Hampton, announces to the teachers

der child again, era Ting sympathy and which I )knew only by name creating moved me till, having crossed the tbe shrewdest observer consider it barely touched with'*civilization: l, arid i j of the state 'that the next meeting" of

_ t : ,expecting confidence. 'J songs and manufacturing situations stage, I caught a glimpse--or. did I feel certain' that he will shortly be in actIve !In order lo gain their confident be I I the Southern Educational Association

.""Marvelous\ Marvelous! So he.spoke which must have been 'sufficiently the presence-of the vast crowd that -direction of, the government ... l. id to go among them, as a "medicine i: will be held jointly wltb the asao- I'I

,. lifted O tot himself,> first by, crude and ridiculous but'which gave!> awaited in eager expectancy for my premier and head ofa responsible man," rather than a religious teacher, I elation of Southern College la Nash- ;::.

her power and then by her humility.' my voice a chance and allowed enough first notes Then,indeed, a'dagger cuteredjayheart cabinet.: Since his return from the and that by successful medical treatment I villa, Tenn., November 22-24, 1905. On
'**And'|7Wth-nclr-a-! -a.- this yoa .at-my error-to_expendltself Id.prat ,and_terror,such a* the United States: Count Witte ban bold" Jlad.tlnally gained their I I ' by one failure, vent me from falling ill or becoming victim of the amphitheatre alone can ly Uoged himself confidence account of .the.! meeting; being !a Joint! _
on tbe -.Ide of the \ to such In..extent that real One the. will be
program doubly
desperately dissatisfied
or unhappy. know caught In
z o'y'rcomebJ' one fright ine clutches, par liberals, and 'h'lB
h '"Ah," she murmured, "that Is how I "When' 1 was fourteen, my mother nlyzlng. throat and limbs 'till I could complete not only advocated progress' In civilization Is now being I esting. All railroad companies on

can sing to you, but I can'''never sing died and two years, after this, my have welcomed any death that would liberty of speech of the made among< .thls remnant of the once I November :20th: and 21st will sell round .

like[ that to the multitude" ',. ,.. lather But' I was not ul c6uraged_ have annihilated my consciousness. I press and of assembly, but has urged powerful Semlnole tribe. trip tickets fpr one first class fare, ':'

"Ne1'err' . .... If.<":" I bad my'voice'and: child that I was. was before the footlights; I.was In the the 'extension of the powers of the I' plus 25 cents, from all points to i I

"Never." .'. "" I Imagined that I bad only to lift it In spot where I had pictured myself for douma along the lines demonstrated Notwithstanding the reasonable rate. Nashville. Fare for. round' trip from

y lF "But. dear child,.you-ire not sure of publicuto have fame and.fortune lavished years, and 1 could not sing A note; I by the reformers as-well aa..a}, broader given by the transportation lines from Jacksonville will be 1625.

Y'' this. You' are 'YltrY'jouog; .' and' after I'was soon undeceived could not even fly; I must atop and franchise so as to admit of fuller rep!' Stanford to Jacksonville j '
some few months of training you will In this regard; for in the, first place; face the wonder, the pity, the disgust resentation from t:>) ranks of tabor very few of .
I could not -raise voice In and the the citizens left the'city: to'see the Unlike tho Jupiter!' Inlet station, tbe
fcaln courage -and reap a full ao<<'8". my public, that must be on every countenance cultured classes. I
t Ten. cannot help It:, with your genius and In the l second place Ute very first till Fate should come to my aid and president. Sanford baa been honored I I wireless station recently instiltdd ,by

} God does not, give such -a voice to be musical adept I law explained to me. break the spell that bound me. GREAT STRIKE A within her brief history with the nro the government at St. Augustine la I a

:smothered In. obscurity.GodT ( ." bow much study and practice were necessary "It -came'in the shape of a few stray :,. _PROBABILITY.. .ence of three presidents; of the United !!I decided subcess. Recently. message

l With .what an Indescribable intonation success. Study I did,,not shrink: from, my encouragement. The sound-It was In Textile Mills at Fall River Chester A. Arthur and then President from Broadway! New York. This

she spoke. lie looked at her .Ju and practice/was simply a.delight.' ButIliad the first I had heard-seamed/ to.-looseu The Again Brewing. Cleveland, so that the mere sight of ,, great dfstance transmission la. how >

.'.mare. .no money and training: !* expensive the icy fetters that held my limbs enchained textile situation/ In Fall River; a president the tatted States is no ever. unusual, and Is only accom-I

_ ,, 'i"Do'io believe In God?" she teskd.and p , and role merely living I found I IP l. and I sank, suffering fright Mass., was' more critical Monday night: novelty to'the people of Sanford. pllshed when the atmospheric conditions .

her face took on a strange look, al difficulty in. existing till one happy fully, upon the floor of the stage I wart than It has been at any time sine .

moat like that of tear! day-was It happy?-I let my voice ou never more to mock by' toy presence. the close of.the great strike last Jan The executive-committee of :!I i ore very favorable \,, -

"l do." be'retUl'lled. "and.o'will you in what I supposed to be an empty The curtain was rung down and I was nary The ManuJac u era' Assocla! state. P. O. S. of R met In the !; -

:when you bare lived' long. eDot torealize Church but'whfch In.reality contained carried away, whither, I hardly knew,. Uon, representing all the print cloth the past week. P. Palatka ;!i The East Florida and Bethany Bap t.
Laubach ,
Ills goodness.jl..,.. n great teacher- who. bearing; me. and to what I' could_even tbetL dimly snllls In the city with -one exception> lando, H. T. of Or- list Association, In session with the
't Laransseller :
I "Sbe.ahiNkleTedi; a change-came over thereupon'took me In charge and guess, for my. heart was-broken, and held a meeting and voted to refuse of St. Augustine First Colored Baptist Church in Fein _

k'.t' ,fcer;abe BO loager looked mo young.. started meon. a career vtblch be said my earthly hope was at an end." the request of .the 't xtlJe: council for and T. HL- Owens, of Lake nandlna, adopted a resolution express: t"',

r '"I have not been taught" she mur.. would end In wealth and :aduInUon. 'But," eagerly! Interposed the artist a direct restoration of the City were In attendance.: The subjectof Ing. their appreciation of the gracefulact

,mured. "I have Dot been trained n "Ala: for me, I believed him, and "10U may be mistaken about this. ale, which prevailed previous wage sched public! schools and good of the or- ,, of President Roosevelt in .acceptIng ,
church ways and cbnrtli ...thinking.. war no longer hungry orcold or meanly! Stage fright-1 common. Our greatest 12 1-2 der was discussed at length by the :, '
per cent reduction the colI -
.Would It have been'' better If .I had clothed. ,At least, I did not feel m yr actors are subject to !it. It la rather 25, 1904.. of July 'committee. Other I Important matter )I; the Invitation to address '
You 'look so food would' that'.have J the cblty\ of the room: 1 In thought by them the .token of genius, came up for consideration. i I area citizens theIr school In .
made"me good.'t or which I worked at sewing or copying, and a> promise of future success ; the Florida Baptist College.W.

h', t >The.old slmplclt! and chlltfllk man or- anything which/would 'furnish me Surely. ,'your manager" LAWYERS ARE 'TO'AID. JEROMETheXOrglnlze The .inaugurated' .ba.II '
Del: were coming back but with something . with dally bread And 'as. for my Toe continued. contemplatedfof T. Evans, sheriff Oti'hfarloa County -

new Inu,11. that. If not comgneheaded clothes, that certainly: destined .. ....._-,.. to Work" for HI* "Re. I thin TamPa. Bay hotel opening .on, South Carolina, lety\,,Tamp* a day.

\ affebteChlnf deeply. to change Info the silver and gold tla,* Up t. Eat: eptlo.,; .:. Election a.. DI.trlet Attorne ", .November. 11 'baa been postponed to ,
I I r; "Are not''good 7" he smiled You sues. befitting-en opcra'qoevn' that 'Tour' '' '' Member / or two fo that point of RY.mODd'O
; yon : I < father was dlsappofnted In of the New York bar, Irre'vpectlve he-night of November' 14, the,.si.n- cae y
bYe commltte one ahv I'' know bn have sometimes Jaaghed In; vu.lnchrou ferry, ;,allasR.W.,1dcIatyre.: ;. {
.' ; t ;, your monthly report,, of course? Mid... pf politics In national 'and ing before the_.o'penlng of the state
that teiult \ b' the streets think '' who m'charge1'of ernbea.JtlIn .
aritf to
(wnRb otfrenzff ariJ ; howtb_ the school teacher state affairs:*, baYe'Iormed fair, This, U la'walld on a
an brganlza"tion Tuesday.,night'a'i
11, -\, rtai+i364oes oot artnieahaa heart.:.Butf iJi; lfApcJ\V9m'IrWt: :;: fJo"U/rj ,rfOrudely ""Kb-;nia'amr replledth6Qtitl'rcfidlir' .; '-f yorliijnherii-elecffWMBf; inorfl'r approprhte oa'e'fdc'a; much ,. .tfnnd8 belonging. to ,th Marlon. ?
n ;: ? l, > ; ., 'Weald. one'day feel 'Prou4 !If t ,"No YoU don't W, T bftirihan his' u
%- *.>W! ..r''C"onB.sooanes i9 p mesa to tell ma he Jerome a* Saturday ' School :'Ba.Enol 'wt'
,., ,.,must be, or,your eyes 'would not be soclea calf them a glance or bestowed":upon" w..'," watlaneO. with It?" county' of New ; which'WU the;day original1y I'' prisoner .;
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*. or./yopr'smile)/ ; .so (1.e. lrlnc., if, them, the haughtiest''of *smile, ;) "iso...ina'am. but''b* 'said''fa* hadn't'expected ,the Tort' ony! tour/ In the -organization are / .let''of, and It. also, ln ure*' the, prosnc .The prl8oer' protested. his 1 innocence t 1:

.. 'oetwere; hpyT: >- / "MyJ:companion and the only confidant : to. bo+aiUfleoT "wlth"jltwPhlladelphlft '11a ve:' (' -.-JDen' now )1 YiIltC'.who. , many' strangers 'wboilJ: be' to.. t 3& there.' will .bd, :;
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,SHOULD USE .MAKES t MANY' '. ; '. 'Our, >;to japan andJ ChiHaLmultiplied' ,

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,Hold Forth at Jacksonville' . There will sprm! be a tremendous increase ,in' ,
clent. of St.; Augustine
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Enjoys Visit the trade of th'.Patiflc.. Coastcities With>1.the Far' ' .

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The )Deception 'to President'" ; rig oppor niti s 'for :the man :who',li"'es'' there. t'' ___
Yea .aa a
Fo Permanent Relief rel't in(Jacksonville: Fla.:< was a! Why not l look the field 1 over ? -% i' :,
,. oneThousands: thronged the. : ; .,

TlON, DTm5LPIALARIA', on' 11,1; 11ne' c( march, and. the ,' ,; Only $62.50, Chicago Ito SaFrancisco or: LosAngelesaind
dent howed in his manner his 'ji
from all.'P018Onoue? mineral substances;' and I If composed solsly>> of : return May 2' l'
39; IOj'I'It.; 1213.
,,UFE-GITING HERBS. Especially adapted for x.aV and weary ciation' of'tbfl good-Hill teat: 111' \l 7 ; r' ;
constitutions: strenrthsne th.weakened glaxids and organs; it checks Heated, on every 29, 30, 3IJunef August 6 ''7-,8 > k
al> derangements of( the human body.' : 9F.f0'ITr''I-2'I3: .

,CURED HER SICK '''HEADACHE' 10'SO The: ?:Saturday presidential' ,'mornltag, .pwtyr on&.a" "'.. and, 14, I 1905. f Tickets J good, for .return for go days. ,

J- Mrs. .lode Cameron Central *" -1. i-: ?t' J-j ztU-
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and take jileasar* in recommcndlns it to all . depot. where Inousanis'i of, '
women who puffer from tick -' ist sleeper from Chicago San F .
headache ran'cisck
'I r people had gathered, appeclal} !. ? ,:..
....._ WITHIN TH MCACH Of; ALL r tion committee consisting of d Angeles; Santa .Barbara, and J other points

Flip cents A Bottle ,Avoid' All Substitute, or'lrowaidMaygr,, ; Wc-lan;,,, .. .many;. : .. -
' Qaliforriia.only; : : : 7. Tlirou h.train service rum"Union "
Ballard woa.tner'of: the board'of trade ; ;
Snow Liniment Co. 'I
States Senators Tallaferro ; 'Passenger Station, Chicago, via the c'
SL Louis u. ,s. A. lore&Ad Congressmen \ ... ', ..
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SOLD AND RECOMMENDED.BY ; Carter car and'proceeded gave him tll to. cordial the i, Chicago, Milwaukee' St. Paul &
.. -- -- 'The president looked fresh' '. .. . :'.
orous after a nI ht'. sleep* \ '
,KISSIMMEESTEAMER pressed himself: > delighted' with Union :Pacific, and Southern, Pacific 'Line.i i
in' Florida.
After driving through the I .*. -- "

RIVER- !tOUT!: streets the. president was taken This is the route of The Over1 Limited, leaving Union "

I Seminole Clutf where he'mado' Passenger Station, Chicago,.'6.05 p. m/ and The CaliforniaExpressat' ..
LILLIE!'. STEAMER: KO3EADA," address then driven on 'good to Jacksonville 10.25 p.'tn The California Express carries,tourist :

Captain J21ay Johnson.. Sr, Captain Clay Johnson.' Jr. trade auditorium and sleeping cars to alifomia'every days; ,Both trains carry. ...' .
Regular veekly to turn. Roseada leaves Klsslnv served. After luncheon the through standard sleepers. .
trips Basstnior rid r R ,
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ace Tuesd&y morning, and' arrives JUsslmmee Friday; evening. spoke. ; 1 U'' '
-, Special: Charter Trips to Lake Okerchobee and Fort Myera on the LUl '". chiefly to the Panama canal Complete Information lent free .
Comfortable accommodation for paRso&gors. Rats reasonable.The relations of the United 1 on receipt of coupon with blank t
most picturesque Waterway In Florida other American republics. lines 6lled. Name_ ,
For Passenger and Freight" Rates apply to. After luncheon the ,
CLAY JOHNSON 8R. Proprietor, driven to the negro. Baptist W. S. HOWELL, Street address. '
On board "U1U ." Klsslmmee Fla where he delivered a short Oe..K..t...Af nt,all Bro4dw jr, I' {
Preceding his speech there! City,4 _State_ ,
-- brief ceremony In the ..Iembl orF ft
--= ="o ::':,= ; : v in which students participated. A. MILLER.O Probable de.tlDation. t .
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NORTH KI88I MEE. PHONE NO. 8., consisted In the singing' of' a r CHIC Ps..eng.r Oq, Aot, CALIFORNIA '
.. of songs especially written for -
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president to smile broadly. "... '. d
,' V The president and his HOPE IN COLD WAVE.. :

Groceries then which driven they were around taken'the'to ci the!r, Drop -Teniperature. Brings Further ( \ "l it

Fancy Family At 4:45 o'clock the president' Hope and Joy to New Orleans.. CITY BAKFRY L

I . .. St United Augustine States where the oldest he city Summary e f Fever Situation. t

o'clock Hope that tie cold wave predictionand W
FRESH 1'1 EATS.Delivery The city was In gala attire frost '
warnings of the' weather Ii.
come him. From'.the- railroad 1'1t'i' bureau would! be realised end' thai 1 Fresh_ Bread,, Cake :1
.every, day at any. hour; patronage solicited.Addcd to' the Ponce ,de Leon frost would come 61/er., large, por- y :
ptegeta:"".. ntjn dutm is_ : .Uoa of. Louisiana Jall. r"r : "":0= 'c --- ,: = = : : : :: = r day with colored ,electrio' ail to' quarantines, was : ,. day.-. .

h II -" red fire. ' ,' the dominant factor'' In ..considerationot i ,., :}, ...' ..
Oa the way to the hotel -the yellow fever 'situation 'at- New . : : ;"'; AGENT WHITE STAR LAUNDRY fev '. .
I ; ident-was drIven| through the Orleans Friday. '_, .- -;>; (PACKAOEdlCALLED FOR ANIa rlLIYFrRItrD..;'l rr:1:: rhf"f. ". :
: t'o'Popula-tiobf'1 i Bingvilie }where," :p.relenlect the Tb'e weather map ahowedth moat .:..:! fiFJ7. t.'I\ ,? , , ,1' ( r'i 'l . 4'" I .
>' FV i '.. '. ,,* "'" lit' i children With -key. tooltT. ; pronounce. :.wlntery conditions tbi8 11 SAYJ.TALKINOABOIJTJA& J" FINE, LINt OF UUNCHlfcobbf/CAN., ';

.Gab Ilarknes In a Stale of Great happen Gab was terrible excited. of lowers.: .-' season between they Rocky mountain :".;' DIES"NUTS' ,;.ETC: ;;'.WE. .' HAVC'THEM.7'"I' .' ,. ' :"a" ,f ''."yr t".... : ,
Excitement Over the Welcome We asked him which It 'was a girl or A pretty feature" the'drive plateau and lift'central valleys, with
'and Gabe he scratched his bead the a tumble of.the mercury In Oklahoma '
pleased president
Addition to HI. Family-Edl. '
'.or'. Con..atu atlon.. and I&ld/ durned If h.'dldn't forget to as his carriage was slowly "Texas' Psnhandle. Arkansas and Fresh' Roasted Peanuts, all, .the time.. j jIHI
find out beln. as he was in so mu/n through"the city gates Irortb Looltlaaa, and..them was a
Juat-aa we go to press Gabe Hark of a hurry 'to get It Into the paper. young' ladies stationed oa-:a top promise pi frost IB..the Interior.' of +* *+.+**..i...*1*..u.lN *+M4.....*MFMf.Sla4Fwt+*'...w' :fi c,
ne.w come. Into the Bugle office all-out But he said If there was yet time .be historical gates showered his ..Louisiana and through Mississippi
of breath -to announce to us for publication '' would return and find out and In about with flowers.At In.' New Orleans the Improvement In tiw
that his wife has presented 10 minutes became. bacl{,with hla..,.. the. situation continued! through the .
1 o'clock the president
him with 10 lb. child. We therefore sticking out ,. until you, could of. n'trom the hotel to'Wi day with a. remarkably ''low'Mat of '
stopped_ proceedings: !long_enough_to knocked ''em_off with..a club..andsays"Dy "' cased. For nearly 'a Yoek'paat' the
take out a few' Items which we" had thunder its twins-two of *em!" wherehe dell vered"an' addreite. death! 'list has 'been-dally either 'inslgrnlflcant -: 'High-CradeWhiskey ; r
written up merely I to herp flit space Again we asked Oabe as' tosex of a large crowd had gathered or a blank altogether; and the I
and hereby Insert This birth notice la same and he couldn't tell. It seems greeting extended to him was a conviction' is''growing that November 1
their stead. It the child had weighed that when he learned they was two one. will mark the total extinction of all r
less than a ten pounder we would cot twins Instead of one he was so flabbergasted In' hlt( speech: -at Fort rases. ::== = ; = = : ,,1:.=0 = :" = : : = = c' o. :, ;;.
went to this much trouble but when that he forgot to ascertain president dwelt on the ." liudlness ,continue* to 'Improve and 1, '
somebody, ROCS to 'the trouble to' Increase whether one was a girl and one a boy "good citizenship" also the there is marked activity on tho
tbe population of our thriving or vice versa and as we was late with objects of. this government. streets. It fs evident that the forth I.T E.C FE''
town by a 10 Ib. offspring we are always .the Dugle and couldn't watt any longerwe I At ,Jhe. conclusion! or'his coming visit of the. president Is causing .
glad: to give the auspicious eventa went to press without the Information the- president was driven to to 'cut short their ,
place In these columns. . ,. but will find out by next! week. lencia hotel where he wcs the vacations many, Just people as It is* operating to .- NBAR PASSENGER :J5KPOT. KI83IMMEE! HOTEL: r
__"Wehad been expecting this event and let you: all'fdnflar.- of the AND.THE 'GRAVES HOUSHr :.,, '
_, board of trade at up ep foopen" l1I.JDJllI.katl2D..betwe' .. ". . '. ', &, "
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to happen In our midst for aome tlmev then'. sta*.. 7
-eturned to his hotel and Orleans and other parts of the
Our wife can see Harknesses clothesline ness on this crop.of twins which Isis A. E. B ARDEN Proprietor.. '
union His day In 'St. Augustine Interest l is aroused In the descriptions ,
In their back yard from our side come to bless their and we hope !
was a quiet tme. Ho that of president's entertainment '
are printed ..
window and she baa noticed for sometime they will 1 grow up.and becomeusefulmen -:: = = :: : : = = = < ,
whichever the Ices. in the Presbyterian ad he travels to his jour '
that there was clothes sit women- case '
"Dlngvllle 'Bugle" Items In church at 11 o'clock The : ney's end and there'is manifest a disposition ._ / _
hanglttg out on the line as It they'were mar be.- \ NOW HAVE.;-THE LARGEST STOCK OF WINES. WHIS.
jxpoctlng something of the kind to the Boston! Globe. was crowded to overflowing. to make'hle'reception In the. KIES 'SANG:'BEERS EVER HANLED' IN KISSIMMEE. 'ALL
concipion\ of- tha-servlces the Crescent City tn.every respect! the climax GRADES AT .PRICES 'TO' SUIT 'THE TIMES. .
I dent was taken for a short drive of his trip.
the The Mississippi"'yellow fever sum- -=t:: = ,
I' TestillonYLto Bravery of "Japonians"Wi&ting I city. '
After luncheon the mary.for Friday was as follows: '
companied by Secretary Loeb, Natchei-One'new; case one death. -- ,Jug Trade a Speola.J.
Thro CentilrUe Ago, "I Pikes they would gather In'our Pikes geon .General Rixey John one newfbcllVlcWour'g. : .d. -
Adventurer Telle of th. Die. with their hands to 'reach us with and John; Gre-enwa'y, the latter -Two- new .oases, and
.r. ard for Life Shown by the their swords." It was neere half an whom have beell'his guests two In county. Dr. Rauch a young

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In that Interesting book "Pvrchai had killed three or four of their Leaders. -.. Where the boarded a launch while aiding In the fight
Ills Pllgrlmes.. Is recorded the adventure After they were In the Cabbln \to Here Anastas'r; an Island. and OtilfporVr-One.Hamburg..:"led new morning.deaths: &A G J L E .S. A L 0 :ON' a
and Sir the
which befell John Davis they fought with us at the least foure party donned
the ,
Edward Mlchelbourne, who 'Httle bet houres before we could suppresse suits and. bad.a t.ith-ln- the }Mo' new''cases: at"other-points. on ,' it I' -
ter tnan pirates themselves, met It them often Tyring the Cabbln.. burn.. ter. The president enjoyed. gulf coast. \
1605 with a Chinese Junk full of piratical ing the bedding and much other stuffe greatly. Roxln. new case, no deaths.HamburgOne R.: MUCCE
"Japonlans," whose own vessel that was there. -;. Dinner was served at the* new case;no deaths. ,
had been cast sway on Borneo. Then "And had we not with two nem1"cul"ferln. day night after which' the Port 'Gibson-No'" ,new. cases) ,. no I '.
were ninety -men aboard this Junk ., from under the halfe-decke drove to his train. He left 'St. deaths. ALES :ONES BRANDIES:
"most of them In 'too gallant a habit be'ateft, do wee the bulke head and the tine a} ., o'clock for his tour :The summary,of the yellow fever inj j.' .\ '
for Saylers. and. such an equalltle of pumpe of.the ship we could not have'suppressed bamL f Ponsacola was a* followsiNew j '
behaviour among them that they seemed -' them frodk burning- the cases, lj. total cuUS., 'Wh iskies -AN ES(1RAD1'.S
allvfellowes; yet among them there ship. The Ordnance being; charged' deaths none, total deaths 64. discharged RRI .\ .
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was one that ,they /balled Capltaln, with Crossebatres; Bullets and Case- .MILITARY MEN,LEAVE"'.IA 264. under treatment 140. , '"
but gave' him' little.''respect. A number shot and bent close to. the bulks The situation.'continues to Improve, JG: S AND T0BT GCO. '
) of them having been transferred head -vlolenUy..marred, ,therewith ,/Attach.. of Various) v men and with tie approach of colder i. 4 .
to the' ship ''while the junk-'s) cargo boards and splinter ,that, It.left,I','but Given Farewell"Dinner by weather, .whJck' U now being felt It1s
was being searched, they suddenly sallied one of ,them' standing/ of two and Thirty-three 'foreign expected that the:o lDel lals-wlll have riheuse'r-.13usch.:
"outof'ia i cabin it a.''given signal "twenUe.- ,_ : ? ,laches: who ,Were with the & no.' trouble in stsaKa out the' dis : ,. .
and while,thoye In the Junk Wiled:or '."Their leg;:arms,and bodies were' army were received In farewell ease. ', ,:>
veO erboard the. Englishmen..ln' so torne as It;was strange'to see how by the emperor'at'Toklo' .:ON ORAUOHTVANO. . 'BOTTtED.-. ,:" 5. .,
charge those on the ship tried to the shot,had m..acta4lhem. In all Kin.bears have.been kllfed recently (
take '' "first and were afterwards 'CANONLT'DmHOUNDINIf1SSIMMEdNBROADWAT: : *,.''I* : ,
possesstoo desire
of .t.- :At the this,conflict they never i would In toulnth,suburbs, relates the .y
onset they. ,killed Capt::Davit; their llve-"fthodghher; were='boperlease ;;eoiu., DL.them.w'tr..Oen: Courier ,-hat, record,alm.oet' STR>CIDT. AT-7'HD, BRICK" ": SAIt'BUIIyD1IMl.ld.; : ,f. {;.r;, ", l$
"They1' ) : soflerceiy to escapesuch'was: the desperateness -; tiett of the British. army anc! Buffalo. "'" ..'IoJ. ,,1 pressed to, comet ; conforms to the English-Idea of'Amer') J '' ... .. .- .... .. "J' .. -" ,.
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The Klsslmmee Vallcu GMBUTKL bls.aldtd ntemtieraof the agricultural your choice little articles are almost OO ti i

_ department of the Lanier Iuctitute they in despair al your-"failure to appearI

.PHONS: NO. 11. did roll and pitch that bay until they could write more but expect'thl will '
'rOBLIIHED ITEBT tai Da T 8 e I it
brought it unto a great water proof do till next time. KAKIO.
Office iii 'OmeneKlS8IlHIEB.O8CtOLACOUNTY.rUA.UulldlllK', HURRAH !
mow and It was saved from destruction. Stencils Made; to Order. .

Her Ladyship still continues. the faith. ,

W. B. HARRIS. Ealtor rid Proprietor. ful mistress of the White House, MU Everything Stencils, Metal 'and ...._. .........,; ." ,
Rubber tamps. Line of regular
I E ler/drtb. PomofHre In Kualmmeft Fla.a".o"I&II' Te><'. presence is a source of pleasure Stencils, Inks Brushes, Pads etc.. on "

mall matte to tier which; her Ladyship does not hand:! at all tlnx''. Linen Markersfor I tip lint to Star Brand Shoes Tom
onlo.- my says my.4kSev.eral .
"' 'a will pleaae notlfyth marking table and Individual "7
fail to a JI(>(""claw. The several degreesof !
the* talljrogetthepaperregwarlaAlieo' UIIIOAloo. exc-ut from our author the flliherlu u's lodges are 'tuklnit linen A. !M. NlC'luusoN .3T for and ** '
styles boys girls. "And
bed corre pondeute nun J a tinned by forReleetedmattet _.. ._ Orlando Kla. Z; S
careful note of the Lake's condition I

.- ealled for. #111 not be_ returned unleiu. and, are making preparation for an NOTICE. ", the way that "Bull Dog" stocking wears is..a -"'

early invasion for the 'of The party having Telephone Books
11 SUBSCRIPTION belonging niyVoii, will: please return wonder." I
One copy one year .: despoiling said lake of a (portion of t.
ODe '.alx mootb..*I1 them, or any trace of them, will
"4 One oop oopjr),three rnootb. ...!.. .*> Its contents. The rifle and shot gun be appreciated. MRS. PKRDKW.
brigades'ai-e' warring on the quacks _. - --- AT '
October 27th. 1905. To Cure a Cold l la One Day ; .CET.EM DANN' :
I ,.. Friday, and our table was abundantly furnished -
during'the early part ef- theGame Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tall ", ; u ;

,, Colonel Roosevelt must be thoroughly law option. The progressive character lets. Al| druggists refund the money .. :
_ : convlooed by 'this time that the If It falls to cure. 1::. W. <1r ve'l signature '
1' the Lanier Institute is still vvv vvv:vvvvvvvv :
of suertainbd Is on each box. ;?5c. If v v vv'v a v v :'v:v .. ivvvv:
1 Soutb If full of "pretty !rood Amerl- .. '
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untiring industry and -- --
cans." (He has been meeting with them future bids fair to sustain its present ' MOTIUE. .. n ___. ____. __ __ "_. -, -..----- ---. -. -, .- ----: ,

!' ever since he left 'Washington, and The Owing to tbci scarcity of wood and
reputation )Jhouch
orange;! crop .r.r.Clothing
the distance to haul hereafter
wherever b. has stopped he has found split
not at fine as it wa ,last year "Klva'spl'Omlse stove wood will be 8<1.75 a stran.U.wODDAM. .
t them much the same. Indeed, If
of an excellence' in general
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is :{President were asked the direct quesItlot -- CondilloD, which will partly atone for I Dry Goods NotiQPS. '
I Full Of Tragic: Meaeing
) In private and not for publicationbe what is lacking In other particular ,
would verylikely, to admit that are those' lines from J. H, Simmons, of
side'of isbow ' faund..lha Americanism of the'South The toward beautiful us and" tbe--delightfully-October -coonliihts Casey resulted la.fromhiaterrible Think what might cciugbujlLhehad have NEW LING OF ;

to be warmer and'' more to -his liklnjrthan and mornings form a stflkihf not taken the medicine about 0. '. 1 !

that of iou e other sections of the ,contrast td the excessively hot weathIn which he writes. : "I had a fearful r iShings' {
country that might 'be mentioned. cough.that disturbed my nights" rest DryGoods
.' In September. I tried every thing, but nothing would
; Down in these parts we ]lore the country The Lanier Base Ball team is sill relieve It until, .took Dr. Kings New
> and It. institutions because it isM (In Its 'Smlm's think Discovery for Consumption. coughs t .._._ _._ .
infancy. that the _-.-,. _.,._,,.._!_ _.. -.-.- | a >B BBM.f T r ? |farV" -
our country, and they are Our inatltu bawlers in this 'community can't be and Colds,,., which completely cured : '
In i other ] the country me" Instantly relieves and promptly
WvVn- "tlons. ome places -
excelled and Is'strongly' of the opinion cures all. throat and lung diseases '
Is respected rather than loved, for Summer Clothing Going Very Cheap. -
that it would be advisable to make : prevents grip and penumonla.At
} the pew.,. blary benefits that its Government some'of them a part of our exhibit, at Oscenla Pharmacy druggists; guaranteed '.

-F I Is able to confer directly or. luy'SL bO Fair, but that gentleman'was. ; 50o and fl.OO.: Trial 1 bottle. free

directly,' The South I. peopled almost so strongly posed to .*>e t2Xb) deal] Cures Chills and, I-... ., ; - .

wholly by natives.' to the soil: the JVorth that be would be a littleprejudiced, G; W. Wtrt, Ncogdoche, Texas.: j

A v, and west ar r peopled largely] "Itbforel&D.bornt concerning bur .County's connection says: "His daughter had chills and American and Ellwood, Woven Wire ;

law. lade citizens, good .said fever for three years; he could not
[ with fair, be pretends to ._ .
find thing that sound help her
enough in"their way but at the same any *
time lacking that inborn patriotism"tharisjih for extravagacne our County; until he tried Uerblne. HI wife will : FENCING. :

.hQu.IcUtcehejboJi: | \. ,.and_ highest not keep<< house wKhonit liana rannot ,. '
e"herUa"ge the"'people i' of premiums; be bas the audacity to declare say; too much for it." 60c,:-at Thorn .
r .. South through Florlda's'reoepcion'iotbe k Roberson's.Drug. I :
generations. \
.. asun ; .
that If the good old Brother-Ivy ....... ,
: tres0eot\ differed 001110 : : ,
didn't bring out his political sprinkles- Saved Hi : .
S& detail frOm that him in . "
and water our'commissioners flower J. W. Ua-renbort. Wloeo Ky 2.6111.- .
,Georgia.. It. was warm4 frank ...nd.IDeere. !garden that product of said garden' writes June 14ih 1902) : "I want to tellyou .

.. Since it is- seldom that. a will that 1 believe:Ball..I'd'.Snow Liniment \,.
Klssiminee appearedto
2 o President journeys 'to1 the peninsula, go to"decay, saved my life. I wa under the ,
be a moving muss of arms and legson treatment ,of two Doctors abd they 'f '
there was much eeblm..
curiosity to Saturday last and the.many. pleasant told me. that, one -of my lungs was.
14- But It was not idle .curlo llt -Back. : smiles and extended, bands entirely gone, and the 'ether badly ,-

of It.. was the desire to pat a tribute of which greeted Kaklo side* al. effected. I also had a lump -on my .i i
r _.,.--Pe.pecttotbe-great-o leaand-to-IUu. -- on every. side. I dldn'tl think tbat I could live 7w"r..K.FSiat.t'i.'Arr.1.: +JCryL7 il-V.tMS."'. T Oa tw +jr 't
c I ostIDadRhtm; -beiteyethat. .bewas twrrrnonihrtonger I-wBs-lnduced . '- "' ::: = ___ _
irate the spirit of Southern
hospitalityFlorida visiting several sections atone time. a friend to try Ballard's Snow Lin .
i is one of. the sisterhood of Mri'ITughey's: Welcome face swan merit The first application gave, me I ,

Southern Slates, but she is rich resourceful found ha '..he distributing great relief; two 6Oo bottles cured me I hand in Fin
mall warehouse In
] Mod progressive. A. the once more sound and well. It Is a wonderful II. Fleming hail, on KiHsiininecv : .

"American Riviera" she has .becomeknown department and although 'hi. medicine and reccomraend It to all American W. W. l previous absence left a vacancy In Ihe suffering humanity. Sold by Thoin-
\ to a great number of to arist*. office, still our. worthy P. M. (Mr. ason & Itoberson. American W. W. Fencing, 2(1( In. high, 12 In. stays Elwood Lawn Fencing, 421n, high| .

but her fame rests upon the characte I American Poultry >t Rabbit Fencing heavy! apecl c..t.ldn.:1-: & high 0 to. stays ,
Simpson) with the aid of his own fain Cures winter Cough. i

of her cltlsen's Toil.and the wealher of; :her fly done the honors with a grace and J. E. Gover, 101 N. Main SLr..., Ot-1 Other IiHtrlits; und pattern or( ('red nroiiiiitlyfrom} factory If wanted. Phone, 50 '{1Administrator's "

,t 'iv j; forests and Florida is a gardenY ease which displayed a commendable tawa, Kansas., writes, "':very winter .-.--...._ =_- ,M.'"
pot. of the earth, which miist, have it has been wife's trouble to catcha .
.nc my
that .
in. department.Reports '
pro ,
Notice.All Notice of Application For Tax O. THOMASON. \
F ,
been apparent to the Presidential party severe cold and therefore to cough .'
PayalcUna4 t.ra.oaALL
seem to and Deed Under Section of .
notwithstanding the all tbe whole winter long. Last fall 1 8
autumn season ien.nahni.ltngel.treer Aemend.upon
cats tbat its citizens are.progressiveespecially ; tier a bottle of Horehound | ., CALM iniWBBID. ..:::.
; got Syrupshe the rotate of Tliomaa 511.1 ,10..0. will pro Chapter Laws'of.
t aDd the briefness. : 4888.
of the .
visit.-SaTannah' .. ,
; i'eneral.cro, and building used It and she has-been able. to I .ot .rneln nee fir payment properly, atleated q.cid.rc.'Pkoee 33. t
Vornino News.LAHIEHYIU.E.. we expect ere many years to find thiaggressive sleep sound all night long.: Wben the, within wi" be the forever time ,|barred.nd>rt>.".11..1' hY rill> law."" ....n.or the lu- Florida. Offlc.''Pllo.. 133. \
: S cog.b troubles her two or three doses debt***! lo Raid, et te ..tll\ make Immediate. Nirtlne la hereby given that Pa.\'ld Blirnai WIC.IMMCC. :. FLA 11
( City amony our foremost stops the cobgh, aud'she, Is able to be aeltleraeut with the nn
"iS The citizen. of our-vTllaw1irolaaJlutt corporations. Representatives from up and.well.'T2.rxs<< 60c, tl.OO 'SolNy Arimlnlatratnrof the E.I....5 of W.:ThuuUe MILLFR.fallen, ilrnl flunl MM day eenlflpiito nf Jnlr lu my A.' fflre P., and IWIO.ha madeapplin.tlonfort.zdeed II... ;PA- VANS. AGNEW. !,. : '
t.l'l'tntmrrePWiT'uct-! n-r'at;1 Tbouia&on& Roberson. ; "*"
deceased.Notice' accordance i
tel"of excitement over the arrival of _._ .. .
,. with lawMaid Ii
'r' 'of MraXTexM Strickland the dough that city which I ,suppose will be reported This Pacific Coast.--- --- - .,-- certificate, emhraori Ihe followlnRdeacrlbert - I I ATTORNEY' AT LAW........ I(1- ,

s .ter In full by your columns. Caplala to ( Creditors' Legateesand prnporty Itualfd In Oooeola cuuiay.. .I AND NOTARY PUBLIC | ,
r o'f our Governor Miss Tex is al. Do you want to live where the climate 1"01.. lo-wlt: _
?,'1' wajs a'welcome visitor: andmore 'especially DeII'.a.. found perambulating Is mild the year round, where the resources Dcstributces. The KI4. of old N&>taut< Hen belne 7. Tp/lll..n: 28. ....t. M......: KISSIMM E. FLA.J.M. .
; aaivane at the date nf
so since she was prostrated Broadway,, his repot"t.oncernlnll road are more varied tbar. In 'any All prranua baring rlalm..galnet theealai. the (.nuance of such certlfloiiU In the name ot : '\
working was surpluout the roads how otherequal, area In the world where: of Henry'W. Barber.di-ot-aaed. I.teof Oam-nl. Unknown. -
4 bj sfckn..a at her home In ] ('ount)', Stale of Florida,will preaeut lb. I'nlraa ,
P. Dupont, with -minimum of labor you can name old shall be redeemedaeenrdl.p WILL ON. JR.,
for themselves and their Improved appearance for payment to the uuooriluiH>.l. proper'ratteated. V> law.tea.leed' vrlll Uaue thereon ; .
Uiss T x shows some symtoms of her profitable; crops, where business .within the tlmv oreaorlbed : on .
grow bjr law or theinih laT of November, A. D. HKH'Wltneaa
late attack a little-feu color] nerbapabut .peak well for that. gentleman and capital finds profitable tbt earn will be forever b.rrodNANcY mr supervision.JlonLC.JS. InvestmentV, Both health and opportunity RKLLIf WHITE.: ['. Lj) U). :bird day.of October A. U. tmi5.! -I STATE' AT LAROK. S I ,
1 stllj,h. Miss Tex yet with her entlclcgr await Arimlalatratrlx of Katate of Henry W. Barber. R. L. LRHI.RY.:
the Pacific
: .Acre was found on the you on Coast DeweaaadAstonishing (Real Estate Agent. ; :
Clerk (:iroi ltOourt.By .
manners ,and noble ,
general -
,. ape Spool.llow rates via the Chicago '
road COllnt.Florlda, FLORI1;
saturdav morning having visited I KISSIMMKB. ,
ke resr.ove'her'many Union Pacific K North-Western Line. W. 8.Lease. U4RWELL. D. 0. .
:, ,t' warm,. friends j' . '
your Camo on Friday night slaying Send cents in stamps: to W. B. Kins- SANATO.RIUM.c'
:tladiy welcomedber to .Lanle.lea.o.d ! HARRIS
all night with. 'A. G. B,, was returnlnirtd I kern; P. T. M., C. & N. W, n,., It was to all her friends,, an aston of County Cell.wicts.e.ahd .,
their heartfelt wishes are that her j for O... ... UXANRIB.BUROBRY . ',
his homelthere appears to be Chicago, booklets and full Information ishing Incident, that Mr. I. D. Hunt "
an Btda for the' '
-"eo of all of the
Conn 4:
,:'stajr,anja;cg,ns may bring back the'roses attractionat Drop: n"s of Lime Ridge WU. was cured of ty OoBTtota of OHeoola. County, riorMaVfor ANO-OBMBRAt. MBDICINB9>
BenU for the
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to ber cheeks and restore ber'to her dreadful sickness.! Doctor," she one vear, commencing I the flth day nf No.Teniter Offloe Hoora,u to 1,4 to 0.OH.
Hon:'Centleman.he declare.,,that'-the How to (lob o CallforaIaTravel : .. writes, "bad given, me friend. areaM I or to elve N. M.-MataOO.. .
Dim with whom ber.destiny, la' 'linked up; bond for .....tad of them andtoUka
coffee> is) 'IOOd.t.bere, that' it Is aseal via "he. Chicago( Union were ready to bid me the last farewell; all oonTieta from the eounty fall *YB. BAR. NOSE AND THROAT,
/ "
,' .. .K, re.weed'td] health and strength. Thrice pleasure to drink It. jRIng, up. Pacific At North western I-lne. Two cloudt.of despair darkened my horlsen after_"....tlo... Hwttlemeni for ImiuedtaMy mine to be Offloe)Hour,.::80 to'1t to*.
1':1.: ,. ,bas she Governor ..tI'.v.ri"tmake. bay f&broulfb' trains day. Theverland and I was a wreck on the shoreof despondency m\dapium* IJ' on. the .bit Monday la each and ORLANDO. ,.; .. rUOftlOA. .
.., machine VaLsl ..Slrnropns; ballool Walslerhat > pr ; wben I began ffi;;'a-. :.1r: hero thee. :\ Iday the '
al4-'of. to
;'wltb the .a mowirg and I Limited eleotrlo lighted take "J .SIMPSONOaoeoU ,
W. _
'are that
'l I 'don'tou ;;
,oacb time bath the wind blew'and" 'the you doing see ese than three days en route: ,Tba Electric Bitters, for mr frightful I" November 11106. a. 10., ....' The Board D. .
; la town wbat..'. : "at stomach and liver complaint. To nMnilill the right b eeleos. say aD4.u bI4a. '.
any more .up California. Espies.. through service the B1 0I'der of&h.BoanL. ;
] ? 'rah /ell and tbe.floods cam and they to astonishment all, I benefited ..... ,-; PENTIST. 1.
home some in on first Saturday I wantto Sao Francisco, Los Angles] and was at i s s'tr'.LB8Lft'. ,, .
II have;beat uPoG that bay while'itv:wasjrei' nee yon..- Look here. Daisy 'wba.'. ortland. The best of every thing once and am now completely and mlraoulouilr B,.t W.B.Jo.i._. ,,OMoe over Pb.rWBcY, .y 9
/ .D..O. .alerJr.I
w.: UMured.sod,great was. the damiaebut the matter with Pegborn lobe many pea- full partlculart -application :.toVV4 restored to health. 'At .- ' iD'&o 1J ID. ,:
',:. bU ex ell now; pie> who ''bare > become interested, 'In B/Klnskern,. P. TV M.,,' 0.. *: N, O* |Pharmacy ,Drug.Store: ; price They are good for home use; what? Of"0II( IIO1JEpf' +,1:30 to 6:30 ''m% .
.,. ...., aroz.idler ...., ,.,.,. ..., .W.; 7....Chicago.,_ ...,: dOc.; guaranteed. .4: Old '
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rb6 Klsslmmes( Valley (Gazelle( '. Wade, the Tuoer',. Orlando' 1" If Wear a Coat Shirt get'em at Dann's Two ;'Small Fires. .

Send his your job printing, J 1 Mas Auschwlu has movei;his Jewlery On Wednesdays about 1 1. ,..v,;

TKI.KTHONslNO.11.JBLI8HBD ., Western Meat repair shop!Into the Old Rest Room. noon quite a """'I ..
every Saturday at a little excitement wasetused by an ,
WarID .'.. The front and Interior ot the Mak larraof II.... which came from the '
KVRBY KHIDAY nson's block has been-briitbteDed with city dock. Oo looking to that directonooe '
Capt French, of Narcoossee In
,.. was
BY town Wednesday a new coat of White pa\nt.lOo would have Immajrloed that
W, B. MAPIP11tb. from 'the Bamethat.
voluueof and
zr :..:. ..::;;;.:=:= figuredlawns 60.5 15o figured .
.;:::::-- Dr. P. Phillips has the finest'lot ,some of the larger .....mer. had .
Ottlo\\ weather q.port.ATaaa.I of homes ever brought' Klsslmmeei. lawns 7o.; 20o figured- lawn 100. for taken, flre and were being consumed: .H. C.TANFORD .

..y...Tomil-W".l KaD... week commencing' Monday 26th. Cash but upon investigation it proved be
Next Is
Tuesday nlg-ht BaUow 'eo. for this sale. Kvrz.'
T*.'....;;.. .."..!.... Oot. ..''ttOft."burrates Lookout for the bobgopllns.Lowest a pile of empty orange boxes belong-i : .
Mr. A. B* Canter,bas rented the tog to the Wau r.& Car.on Oro. Co., TEE PI.T'IA.Jit' or LOW'PSICW 15 EIISIMMEE ..

Mu. ML : prices to Fresh Meats at ilaktnson packing,house, ,and began. wolchjhad caught presumably from
talk Osceola Meat Market... packing there Ibis week. park from a steamer and were burning *

- - Our winter be- Rev IrE' wend Pine at a lively" rate. About 67 boxes. :
visitors already Guy to *
are up P
.... ...... M II were ruined, with small damage to the 3
frtd ,.....:;... 7v aseanda1 gluing to arrive" and thecomlcg tourit castle ay to attend a mlssion- wharf. ' I RPRICEs1o

..turd. .,...I........... ii lWI 811 former. season promises. to- eclipse. all racy meetlnv of the Baptist Church.Dr. Early this morning another alarmwas ASK.O N .

$01141117 ..t.. n 6.W.denid year B. Bio pastor. olt. Me.Churoh given, when it was found.that the ,
: j;7:: :: 112 MThundRI Dr. Phillips- has a fine pair of at West Paint Beach Is v is lliog friends old shack near Mr. Pfano's residenceand ''
........ 7 M horses In his bunch-- which be will In town. Dr. Illce was pastor of the formerly occupied by Annie ...... t i. i''

exhibit at the State Fair, Methodist Oftirch here a number of Powell, a negro woman, but now vac- SUMMER GOODS '
,. A, alMPO .P. II. .years .lro. and his many friends*are sot was on Ore. Very little effort was wI!

It lixjimored that the I girl's club always glrt4.t..mee hlm..., ._ __". made to save It, a. it was thought]
for Insertion of advertisement III' prrpa nf to give a Hallowe'enparty to,be'a /good riddance and. It Was .
among next'Tuesday. evening, but the A large number' of members have burned to the ground '
the readlttgmatter on
rays are yet In darkness as yet. as 101Je recently\ been added to the. Baotlst
thin page !. ten" penls'per .line each Insertion ) particulars. Jhurch. The ordlance .ot baptismwill Phone your wants, we .do the run- :-Y
be administered next Sunday ning. :
fed'cattle' the ,
Beef velvet
night. The Pastor desires those who .
famous Hopkins\ ranch'e served at the KISSIHMEK DBCO COMPANY. "',, ,- .' ,
;J;. .,. __ gave him their names and any others .w
'0000000 sceola. Meat M arket. '> who -desire urunlte to present. them- Brevard Court Adjourned. .

FreclMccOoneU, the "Fort. Gardner elves Sunday morning and nlght.- 4
News. Clerk ot Court. E. L. Lesley has .
Local urpantlne' roan spent Saturday: If want a nice pair ''of match t,,
received a letter from Hon. .Jno. C. .
...;. Sunday. Jacksonville attending o/f.
has them.
.., '7.:" fl"t ''' '_ uslness' and,.IncedentallyseelngthePresident. -horses Dr. Pbllllpi Jones, State Attorney, in which be . l
TbeWorldaSun will make Its appearance Mates that on account. of a of '
-.'-- . ? about the loot November, business in Dade'County were the ;
Fewer gallons; wears longer; Devoe 'If you have any' laundry to send and promises to 1 b*one of the best pubIIcatoloo. court Is now In session, Judge Jones 0
way, and want It. "done uo" In good oll kind ever publl.hed In has adjourned the Brevard Court untie .
Uundry"Cmr BAKERY
White Star ; ; shape, phone! the City Bakery.Mr. I Florida. Claude It. Engls will oe the spring"" term I DOUglas.Shoes. I.

'Supt. and Monday Mrs. W. J. Sears ;I.lted'O'laodu W.J. 8, Overstreet went up to !' editor and A. K. Taylor.cartoonist. All forms of eye troubles and chron-

Winter Park Monday where he haspurchased I\ A. Vans Agnew Esq. returned lo-dlseaaes, such as: Inflamed or Uloerted -
See those Klrschdaum overcoats atStanfordi. the large crop of fruit on this morning from* a business trip. eyes, Cross eyes, headaches or

-'" Mr. Allen Mosley's grove, estimatedat to Pbll delpbla. While there he was nervousness, .neurasthenia, epl1el'll.Ioom.cb ,.. .
visited between four and live thousand. In consultation with Mr W. C. Ward trouble coostipation piles, .
Jno. M. Lee Tampa on '
floor ." .Mond sy. !boxes. h9ia be reports very sick man. female troubles etc ;' overcome without ,
business If want Comfort and Service drugs or operations by the famous
you Hill Brown big ox wagons came .
tIM the new stock of candles'" the. somblned, buy your slj>oea from.Stan- 10 from the Big Cypress store on system of opthalmo\ogy and neurologyas .

City llakery., Tuesday, bringing In 1,270 'g U>r practiced by Dr. E. H. Armstrongof .

Mr. W. D. Johnson spent. Monday ord.Hon.. John M. Lee> a leadingcitl- tides, the largest number ever brought Jacksonville. The Doctor Is at I" M. \ .
Jafu-rnooni attending to. business in. zen of Kisslmmee Is In the city today. here at one time. It was only three present making a professional tour of
middle and south l< will ben
lorlando.iern. Mr. Lee Osceolacounty will be week..ago since "mil" brought In a
says Klsslmmee Oct.
on ;
handsomely represented at. the State shipment of over 800 bides.unllt" WE LEAD IN' SUMMER
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Meat tomorrow Sat.urd.1)a hit belt all the the Hotel Tohopekallga and at Orlando
his he Is doing to get ,
C.\VGrlmo'.. Fair, and a great many people says Nov. 12. You could not put your caseIn ,
the before Governor
'gator In Everglade
will visit the fair.-Tampa Times, ,
the hands of one moro qualified 1y
Jnq. Inches has movfd(! her f.mlljI Browsed carries out his drainage
i >tondayRemember< than Dr.Armstrong/ as these State "
Into the David Cason residence, which schemes. Bill sold his hlde.ton. y
Opeplng 'at tours 'eto be made regularly. every CLOTHING
purchased. Henderson receiving"" a little 6yer .t
[ he recently
and three months hereafter it gives patientsthe
Mrs. Chandler's next Friday IIOOO) ( for this .tbree weeks' haul of ,
Smoke Key West Havana, the. best Saturday 28th and 29th. hides:Fort M.vers Press opportunity ol having their cases
160 on the market.. receive constant attention. All cases .
Cigar KUutromee Is to haye another saoon. Mv 100ft samples of Wall Paper will taken, cared for free of additionalcharge . ... ......
Mr. Fred McConnell went. down to. Bearden's old saloon Is being hn here In a few days. Walt andsee for the period of one .year. .
Bartow Tuesday, afternoon on. bustnea. leaned out and the furniture and them C. K. LA.NG.

.. mirrors are being polished up. and Stove Wood. '

George Gilbert has thefipl'.t.. line of will be opened up'sgainlu. a fewdayr for Silverware wedding "gifts" and and Cutgla. birthday, suitable presents We will furnish Stove Wood, dellv t
J. S. !Stratton.: dYa1dostaTFoundry
about by
| See him '
Wall 1'ttber In town. : 'at KATz'd.Aa ered to any part f town at $1.00"perStrand.
| paH-rliiK| jour house. FOR 8ALts.liailboat. : particulars M AXARP LUMBER Co I
the time for the State Fair drawsnear .
I Mr. F. S. Gilbert of .Tampa has at this office. Interest In Oweola County's exhibit '

I accepted a position an cleric\,; for the1Varing.Ury Buy shoes from Dann's and among her citizens grows mOl e Mother '. & machineCo
Goods Co. you \ \ .Iue-Ior your t. Intense' Commissioner Van DuzorIs Who would keep their children in

lluairy: and harness for sale.J . Our merchants have all bough working overtime to make the exhibit good health, should watch for the "
M. WlULSON, JR. _. larger and belter stocks of ''goods for a success the ladles committees first symptoms of worms and remove VALDOSTA. QA.. .
fIll and winter trade than ever before canvaslng"" the town and County them with White's Cream Vermefuge .i
the wagon
In "
Oranges are aiming by pxhlbt's in the Womai'. Departc best toolo. It
who cant get what they for It is Children gets
and the rson
llouilhut palatibleaSee they are nlll loo green lobe want right| here In sva'son may be putdown mint and under. "the able leadershipof digestion to work BO that their food 'Vrit,.for Bargain' List of Engines, Boilers
| Prof. Smith. the teachers and does them good and they grow up
bard .customer.Wyandotus .
the. new -line Shirt. waist" at' a. \ Winter pupils of the High School are make healthy and strong. Sold by ,Thorn and Say Mills. AiLJtliuls and sizes. Wo; buy ;,....j;
I best
|Stanford' WoodallJaino layers,' eggs ".00 are for the 13. LEE BANDY lug Exfilblt.great preparations Altogether the for present the. School prospects ason. A Iloberson. ._. ; sell an
n. D. Waring and John Beat. Cuts Florida '-I.t. 121 cents are that Oficeola will have amagnificent every kind. manufacture Columns :,
Wednesday "
Orlando .
down from exhibit. at the Pslr. Geta
afternoon for a brief visit with' rel.alive. .. rings pound Market.; Roast. lOoew; 'Oo, ..tov.I. ;- premium list from'M_ !,. Van Duxor ,YOUR ATTETIONFOR . Lin tics, Ventilators and,; all kinds of castings. U,

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I and look it over-and If you have anything ,
Dont. tell to ,attend Mrs* pme,'. Capt.. J. W. Coller who recently; at. all that you think would add .. MOWIENT1

J Ol
I-'Mn'P1U..baa-mo.ed; her etook--ir t.beCampbeU""I.ceneat. for'lho"ublbl..ncrUlceolaI. irne of Toilet Artielet everehpwn '
millinery from Dauns Shoe Store t.uthe'roow Mr.-Kan's relldenccI'ID'NorthKI.almme (/--Mention. Ode paper_'wht wrttloc for,iI, $. -ootxrmmmmmmmmmmiimimminmmmmtjtmtft
the newest
to after It.. in our city, ,. mQng .
next door formerly occupieda and will\ move his family I
| a meal- market.. here from..Tarop* next week.: Klssimroee You are Invited to 'attend Mrs: numbers are: -
cordial welcome.Dr. Chandler's millinery opening and inspect ,
and foods will give-tbem I -- ---- -
i You will find prices ( i her goods whether you purchase CQLGATE'S; OASHMERE '

I' right at Stanfords; ; try him... Phillips torses are all young or not Next Friday, and! Saturday BOUQUET TALCUM : ',
( '
and Moore lot Uah.ln1Ore.bae and well broken, either for riding or ,
Mrs. ,
, Mr. '. .. I will' be In Kl'slramee about the POWDER.:\
arrived In KUslmmee to: spendthe drtttog."" .' first of$o.eomber with a carload of :

winter,, and are. stopping.-at M r.,J. Cash Sale of Figured Lawns at fat,.smooth and well broken horses EASTMAN'S: ; CRUSHED ROSE S 1 WATERS &' CARSON GROCERY-- CO:
| W. 1l1 b etona. Kali's for week commencing Monday; W..J. MCCRAc EN. V XjJMAPES
at. .Mrs.Pllleys .' 25th) ; 'at half prices. KATZ. ; TALCUM POWDER.: ,
. Fall Milliner Opening The ladles are bordla'lly' Invited ,U> -
store today and tomorrow, Every or.lllrllll'rower iu the County; attend Mrs. Chandlers Millinery; BEEKMAN'S VIOLET '
I neat.door to Dann's shoe store. wjioharany .specially fine fruit of Opening next Frld.,' and Saturday. F Tfi'.FILIZER& : '

Mrs. C. E. Jones retarded Wednesday aOl kind should select a box or two Miss Hester Is .thoroughly: familiar TA1-CUM_BOMLDEMENNEN'S ,
fruit and send It In to will
from Uartow and was .0000mp.o< l" of bU choicest I'ltll.l1( the latest tyles .
led.home by. her daughter, Mrs. llebb Commissioner Van Duior for exhlbltlon take. pleasure In showing you her work. VIOLET TALCUM -' :

| and baby. dollars at offered the Fair forthe a finest prize of box ten O l WANTED-1-General. store or store POWDER.AH .. HE Highest.,Grade-:-Best Crops --Largest Returns I :

Before ,spend r 'youcmonejrt. -See-- of frult,.-ahd you may.wln. .It,.of besides' Couot.rl-addrell.building. good location.Box 288 Town'Palatk.Fla. or., these are .celebrated good =: 'Perfect::Safety in" Their' Use,, . :. ;, .':,
new good at Stanford's.Mrs. : con rlbutln""" to the- success-- - your and are most "fratlfyirfj' ,the ::::- .1"\

A. W. Knight. of' Birmingham Counties exhibit: soul" == . t
Lunches Oysters Hot Coffee ,
Light; ::I ,
and ,will/Plabama.spend ,the has winter arrived with In town Mrs. ''Have' Dodd you Shoes seen our at Dann's.If new Line. of Dorothy !- eto. Will be served at the Home 1st.- A new arrival of Souvenir PostCards == Send for Circulars showing danger 0 ot using.Acid a or

at. all hours beginning-Nov. are now In and its-a nice< :: and
S::: Materials how
I Helen 1'erdew.. on'ourlight'eandy boiler ? great r n
need nice horse now I. MRS. J. C. BASS a
you way to ret a reply to that 4on == losses farmers last :x
I. foe the Phillips has were made'by throughout
The City. Bakery agent the time to buy.Dr.. Beautiful line of Pattern flats, and year 3
for letter.
best. In the looked "
White !Star: Laundry-the them. all the latest In Millinery the State.
| Slate. The Stanford Carson Graves Hardware Mrs. Ptlley'a Opening today and We are ready always" to do your. =3

. Miss Belle Leaks of Orlando was Co., have had on exhibition add tomorrow All the ladles invited to running.. ,. 11111111111111111111 l1111111111jll111111111 til l'1111111111111111111' 111111ts:
the! charming guest of Miss Clyde In operation atJ.. W. Miller stable! come and Inspect.them.1110rmel' ,..- '
Seymour and the editors family Sav-. this week a hay-baling machine which and others. Kissimmee Drug Co
patients any
.urday. night and_Sunday. works to, perfection.With,! a mule whowaywishtconsult.blmarsete ,-
-- '- -- -
Lawn Shirt Waists at. and two; men t.beYflIL'e beeo'batttnrhays Phone 41 I.
Ladles White bales hour minded that Dr, E. H. Armstrong,,
often an ,
Stanford at GOo and up. see them. I ? rate of Jacksonville the eye and nervespecialist
work is welL done.
and the -
will be at the Tohopekallga 000000000000000 The -Ocklawaha Nurseries
Messrs Ham aodJoe' Griffin were In Western Meat at Waringmarket Hotel here Oct. 30-31: and at. OrlandoMr. '
I town Wednesday, Joe was here to .' ? c

I move his furniture to the East. Coast tomorrow Saturday. lawns atKate's L. E. Barbeau received a few W. L. Van 'DUlor &Co.BROK'E'RS .
half sale of figured .
The '
I where he bas decided to locate. will continue for another week.: days ago a launch which he .orderdlrom' To Oranp Orgwers.110 ..xpeet b.n1.... ,,,.If.._.. ibis r

Rather than them over we will !St.: Louis. The launch came ,...r.we.a,to send our new ,eaWoeua w"leb bM' ,
eitlunlug with carry Mond.,26th. sell all Mr. and Mrs 0. H. Mo'rrlson and knocked down, and is being himself put to- t>Ubl..hecl and redly. for diliributloc. W.'-..... welched v.vy y r
Mr. Barbeau assisted -
half former price. on George went up to Jacksonville\ gather by elII Lb. devil 'p D.O& o. 'b. Ntruufruit laelllHl7la Florida,
lawns at down
figured K.ATZ. Friday night to be present on the oc- oy Harry Van ,Meek .IDca1llUli, aid w. ...11....w. oaI.... valnable ID'onoaa&JOO 10
i mill. When completed -- -- '
ttaslon of the visit of the President to near D.waDd old Out Clttru tnM arc Ut,ellllU&o. ..satline.
Mrs. E. O. Talman returned. 'lastwadi 1 Morrisonand It will be a fine craft.Isls,33 feet
and that city on Saturday. Mr? ., and only valuable vari, lea an pro..Ced la mw a.....'
Harbor Mich., aslx foot.beam round bottom REAL ESTATE
from Benton George returned Sunday night long with "n. ItwlnMbyoutlnmrealbbok thatil.tpv.rssd ....
will again occupy her wlnter.liom. lo Mrs. Morrison will spend a couple and will be fitted with ten horse power . ,. w. slb.
but INSURANCE '" '"'' .m ,1" & G.' ."'0.. puron.g.after.ossldarlnr .
North Kiss iuamee. of weekswith relatives In. Jackson four cycle ubte11lI,1der will..9iollne the .AND J laelaeo...... wi nave to otter ,.... 8pee'aI Indao.mste to'boN

You can read In one minute what J. ville. engine. Mr. Barbeau use who ptaos thafr......n sow tot fait. sad winter plUq.4beGtlLel ..
tnls issue, 1lufay laundry work boattis ap'.easur' craft.At'tbe ga aa a .
M. Willion Jr. says In For particulars about \ ,.DO ere
mean dollars In your pocket; phone the City Bakery. Our boy 'U Tohopekallga Hotel here Oct. .. -_..__......._..- .

always ready. tocaif. and get .your 30-1 Dr. E. H. Armstrong the well
AfkrworklbgonIhemarkrlorJwoyears "" packages./ known SpeclallstofJack.onvt111e.Eyeand I W. H. TOWNSEND. THE OCKLAWAHA'NURSERIES 'cOa
Has sue.oeedeG
( I
W. J. S ars Esq with '
diseases overcome .
..In' procuring a pension for Be sure and aee. Dr. Phillip's Chronlo operations.. All cases I JEWELER w. OpNN.";'P" .!;! TANGlRINt. pLA. a
out drugs or AND W TCHMAKgR2O sr
iMrs. Matilda Yates., widow of the horsesbefore buying."" Be has the taken cared for free of additional YI'Addre.. O.C.L88., GT..IU..I.s.. Isla. .
|late Burrel Y.\... goods'and, is in the market for bus, charge for the period of one year. I YEAR

I Stanford's arrived) of Klrscbbaum iness. of Kllllm..1' For Sale....-Two double teams consisting GOLD FILLED CASK. JEWEL
and it is strictlyup Mr. W, A. McCool one
[clothing has of mules end bar- OR VVAUTHAM. .15. I
[ .to date. mee' roost. valued non-resident propertv wagons"' .LOIN _
.owners- arrived from bl. home I bees complete. I ; "
Mr. BOlsblirder of Benton to One gentle family horse buggy and
| and Mrs. at Beaver Falls, Pa.. on Monday, ..,
arrived to spendhewinter harness COIDDlete, six workhorses. JI 0\
ttlarbor. Mich., have spend a few weeks at his fine grove on '
and will keep house inMr. Steer Beach, where be has a comfortable CHAS DONBCIAN. I ,
Plummer's cottage lu North Kls- winter home. Mr. McCool has Fob.SALE-I offer/or sale my buss. i ti -

tmmee. Mr. and Mrs. 'Holsblnder recently Invented a typewriter which business horses,' rigs' eto. The MAYNARD LUMBER Co.
A ere here last winter, and made many he Is preparing to manufacture on a ness is .on a paying; basis and my I
mends, who will be, glad to welcome large scale His factory will be. at reason for/ selling Is that other Interests 1

|hem buck. again.. Bearer Fall.-. .; require inv attention... MilISNow
"-' ? -- ---
!. W. KILLER. Sawand'-Planing
I If -chronto aflection Brown
you have any eye or Stanford has the Buster ;
do not fail ta>> see Dr. K- H. Stocking lor boys*and .girls. Nonebe't.e Few people 1'8.11. the. ;. Importance
\\rmstrong- Jacksonville- his of attending to any eyeor; nervous Y"s .
rlsU here, Oct. 30-31, Located at theotel !. affection M once. If neglected, there In operation.. Complete. Bouse Bill F5 int.hed.

Tohopekallga.: A. E. Nlemyef.bas;. just received a are no dtseaaea more a.t0 beconre Yellow. ,and pitch Pin Timber and Lumber o< .sll K1D4a.c .:"- .
.law assortment of plain sad fancy, permanent' than those affecting the .. i tOE
Coritraittor tills has the framing u'pI' candles, at the City Bakery. eyes and perves.,. If troubled at all In i II' .5. :rrr.or .:aD: E'&tO: .L..J"t-r. y

Mr. Bender's new ..bun..lowOand cbesp'Mr, his.way.-do not fall 10Lbe renowned = .. .!\., 'T '
phe building will to completion ' ;FO a Sit;-Sawmlllr -: WORK-:bywreANTQ''_
be 'rushed 60.b Eye and Nerve Special,'Dr: E ("' LUMBER ,Co.
each1: boiler, fiO bvp: ; 1 engine, MAYNARD : ,
as rapidly- possible.Mrr- machine Fcarriage. 1 saw j B. Armstrong Jacksonville during PINE LINE Of .".OTAOLBL : . : -, <(- .. . -
Jknd.Mrs. Bender watching .. p.* II.fob
anxiously 3O-1
are sawmill, In run- his professional visit here Oct.: ,
the progress ot the work, as they frame and .v\ fixtures KUslmwee.Fla. The Doctor will be located. at the Toil I IYEs: uauJNaD'PRu II.

are extreme v anxtous W. >, .Inl' order;' Z. Ptylllpa .. bopekaliga Hotel.' '"...._;. "
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v 1lt4Ie, red 0- ToN fear 1kabk We. tow .r':.r ,
.GrY,; @J'noar'fon. OondMfoio-C '. fttoto Calarrk. Storm *nd ''
Diet. 'to Firm and "
era Stand Flg4it/
-la Illinois Town four ,
.' of the made voc- ., President is Given Most Enthusiastic Agalnft Depressed ,Market: .
I As. a result experiments Quarantine are Lifted on 'Killed and 6 or.s .Hurt. .fw
some time ago on fits cruiser Ntretstin -- "

\ ; the authorities( ,have decided to <;. Advent of Jack Frost A tornado strusk\ the village of .Sor- . \ Reception, |-view of the. .present sUtus,of tbd
moderate the svstejn of cooking for re'nta, Ills., :32 wile! northeast of St. ... cotton market which Is far from being:!
't. the rank and ((110 -of the navy. as'encouragingas.desired, P.nJitdellt
the admiralty have 'come to 'the Louis. Tuesday ulght. killing four, flex. STOP ON
OPENED FIRST; HIS TOUR Jordan of the Southern '
MANY'SECTIONS inJu'JFng five others of Harvie 'Cotton
conclusion that there-has In the past ; eons, : thirty, "
been -too much bakSlT meat ,and potatoes .. whom three will probably!? die and Jo-: Association has' Issued the foHo-wlnj V

.a r- ; pot. nesses and sna-ple in the of damage toliroperty. 'appea4 to the members of the 'nsso.clatloq. .
bluejackets' bill of face, this JDonot nr.bel.n& Takes the initial I Jug a great; amount Makes Several Addresses I In Which '
Btat of Mississippi 'houses blown tb and planters: generally tqjoln>
; due to the lgnerance -. .ofth forty were, l
to Ri.. He Lauds the. South Her People>> -
Amateur cooks! who prepared the -tivc. -Railroads Prepare atoms or carried( far from '' heir foundations. ' Phenomenal' Industrial In the great co operative movement for)
lower deck deal: -On the Narcissus! sume the Trains"Taken Off; A tbnipleto swath was' cut .and- -', Bringing the market up to that basis'which

{ trained ct'OksJwt're' to prepare the 'Summary of" the Situation.The lu the Progress., will give the price to which
< the town. Everything '
food of some, of the men, while that through ,----. the cotton growers of the south are

f rti + I of others, was cooked, ,under the old offlcfal 1 report on tho Irack of the tornado was reduced," to President Hoosovelt' began ,his tour,' entitled for their product:
z, > :.s , :i 'system. A 'comparison was -\than* followlns: debris or blown away.Telcgraph"hommualoatloa. "Tho continued unw ranted depression
way the south'at 8:30 Wednesday morn
fit : -
made: and this was so overwhelminglyln --. fever situation In. New Orleans 'wth Sor-- ; In' the prIce ot pot cotton should

I favor of the trained cook that .mado at 0 p.' 'm.. Mondays! If'WCaII _". rento' was'cut oir- ant; details were ob- ing.; The departure) from' VVaahlngtori appeal to .every businesr-Intarest in.

the admiralty have decided to greatly :-\ !?' ,, ' '* talneJ over the long distance telex was" without! Incident The 'first stpp "Jbe 8 ulh. At present prices farmers

: -extend' (be'.cope1 their experiments i .' : :: I phone.! -The-four killed were.In their .wens at. Rlo'11JlOnd'VoA and during! the should ,and, must stand nrm 'and ,rof -
'in future bread-making: is to forman In different parts of' Sorrento., "
. : ItI homes let market a single.4ale which 'ii
Important Item..In the Instruction I, Deaths seven hours ot the president's stay
-. .. ," <33I All w'ero badly crushed. The ,torm can be Jield on the farm 'financed: "'
I I Total. '
Virginia city
that have1 been state and
given In the schools and ,ln the capital,
the southwest '
:" established for the purpose of train. I I Jfew focus: . _.. *i* approached from through the banks. I earnestly ..It !
residence of the officials and cltlters accorded him a* .
main portion
63 the ,
naval cooks and all who pass as -Under treatment for the active co operation all the
1i 1ia cook Ing will have to be competent bak I Discharge! J. . '-2.SC7 town. The-work' ofthe' wind was done welcome, hearty and sincere. merchants, ,banJera1&110\ dealer and ,i

_ers. This Js rendered.necossary1. >jL i:_.:;Dr.-WhU! $, Who-Jia\ ) beer in:, charge: I quickly !and then followed!! a heavy- ills entry Into( I the,city wa the, signal cotton factors throughout: -full ax-: {

the fact that 'Bakeries'' are now being of the federal forces since August .8! downpour ot rain' accompanied by' for a 'wild demouatraUon froD 4ii tent -of their .power1 until the" market

fitted In our men-of-var 80' that 'aaId. I he end of yellow fever -was4 in vivid lightning and' deep thunder.Thosejyho.eseaped reacts to bl&be.r ..figuresThis co. ,,1\
obtainable for VAs Injury were for multitude, and \vclcomlng( enthusiasm ' and assistance
bread may. always be I'tight- 'operation, can be best

the crews .instead of sea biscuits. j a result cf; the lifting Of the the time panic) stricken but finally onuly ceased vl.en hlq train continued subserved at this time by granting to ,'n

London Mall. j I Mlss'sslppl state vCjuarantlna!! and thu filmed"and set t to \\york. to' rescue. 'the' on its jourpey to. the south every farmer possible an extansioa':
.r I modification of the Texas quarantlnb(, Injured. 'ZT . The president mode several ad of their accounts( and notes to January ,

l RESTORED BY Odd Way to Choose, Pastor. representatives 1 of railroads, were busy The-stora; also deluged Alton 111., dresses-one'at the, be- 1, 19 '
health officer. a few miles south of Sorrento, In the absolute tie of the
comniunUumig- with an up cotton mar*
PE-BIMM. A West SIde congregation was I in t
fore of the target ever
called. upon not long ago 'choose a .In towns through< which their lines!' nature of a cloudburst, and 8k Louis ono ket can be made for the next two or j.
raLlon"' of' suffered the fury of a terrific thunder assembled .ID Virginia's/ capital; another months '
three and the
t view to .the TC8l spinners will
Mr.. Emma Tl, Mil Sixth A"enu4J1 new pastor. The last three ministers | run with a In
'f I were taken: olr.I'ollsl.olppl' ,torol.) at a banquet Masonic tem I be compelled to have. large quantities
Beattlo. \W aab", Worthy Xnasurar Hone: .otT.IIlptraace had been personaa non gratae with all local trains that '
write: most' of lhoaparlehionereo'and: before I Lifts Quarantine.A Near Alton no loss of life, occurred; I pie, 'where 400 of the representative of spot cotton--before the end of. that
"J ."fT red over two yearn with f regu : th '' .tree7. Into temporary of tho Old Dominion gathered
but were
were turned people
S ,- ,i ar antl,'patnfttl |>"r/oj... Mil .<"selecting, another the congregation did I JacRsbn.. M1ss. special says: The time. Prices must advance ID 'the
keattu.wa.i4veryprteartouaron- !Homo pretty tall thinking. There was ; proclamation of the state board of rivers Fourteen TO 11 eg distant at Lee monument wher htf spoke'to near future. The time, for general cooperation ",

x ttitlon and 1 W'U anxious to find one woman of experience whose ad- health raising tho state quarantine the village of Cml<<'n was deluged.Ten a largo uuntber of confederate' veterans all- along the line U at hand -i

d 'eoaoethtMytorwatoreryheallaand ftrengtlt vice carried particular weight. a.t 6 o'clock Monday afternoon Is as sillies north of Alton, a Chicago.Poorly and once more at a 'gatheringof and I appeal to every Interest with '

r "1 was very glad'to try Peruaa ana Preacher" after preacher was invitedto : .follows: 'Weather conditions being : and St. Lo
,' lighted I oontluued to Had to that UMB.It-was It a little dalu/g over me food.ttirwomoDths the pulpit for 'trial sermon, and I snob as to render "turlber a)1rel1d) of struck a wt&Auut mid plunged down "The wounds left by the great civil 'full part In the .pre ei t fight Grantall

; and found my troubles. rntnovnd. all. in the final,! analysis; were rejected yellow ,feVer improbable the bureau sn ..mb'tnkt1Jcot'llIlaln.lng six feet ->fvatl.'r. war have long heated but its memories extensions possible that can be> secured ,

"/cnnmldor tta ap/endtdnedtotno by the female arbiter. At -last thermometer registering In the 'lty Several tramps seen to swing -remain. Think, of It, oh. ray by cotton as collateral, and to "

t +' ands.sdo.e.eoa.lmratlywhbnIleetrundown Uaeverbewetkoatit.takenp'- there came along a possible incumbent .of Jackson. October 22. 1905 38 degrees unto tile train previously are believed countrymen think of the good forJuno not press the producers who owemoney

and tired.'+ who met with her approval. to bjivo psrifhed."Engineer ) that Is ours! That whereas every
and bellev.ln: that tho prcserat to a settlement at ,present low '
Oar file*contain thousands of testimonials! "The reason I am'Viur.e he will give Fireman wirM has i
Frank Drew' II. other of modern times left
y' which Pro Uartinan biu rmwlrej from grato- > ion of the public health no longer prices. TStMip the spots and leCLh
restored satisfaction she said, "Is becausebe Ballard and Brakemen. Albert PattOn feelings of rancor and. bllterneua: to
tel, happy women who bavo been demands the mnlott-aauce ot the quarantine whole world understand that the south
,to health by hlM remedy. P"ruoa.tnd.. .has the right kind of a wife for a I I, heretofore established. It Is were In the 'engine when It plunged keep- asunder the combatants, out In solid in the protection of her treat

minister. She allows him to rant therefore ordered by -the state boardof Into the creak and al! .had ,to swim for t great war has; left to the'IIOnl and;! .staple from the 'bearish" speculator t
around all be wants to at home, and ,
C! ir health that all quarantine ordinances their Hvee. daughters of the men whu-fought on and .the hands of the' foreign splnnec
doesn't sass back. I found out' long -
4 a& ago that a man who hasn't that privilege regulations and restrictions [ whichever side they fought, the satno ,All I slate presidents*are i= to .csJJ: I

BANK DEPOSIT al home works oft his spleen heretofore promulgated by the state KING OSCAR 8MED6 TEARS. right to feI I the keenest pride In tho floss meetings at once in counties ot i
, .......
ry a, $5,000 R.RFa.ldlIot"Ta elsewhere. A minister vents It on his board of health are hereby removed .. .-- great deeds alike of the men who their' divisions to secure the Immediate '<
s 6OO FBEE COURSES congregation\ : That was why we abrogated and repealed. This ordinance Sadly Deplores the Disunion of Nor. -fought on one side dud of rued who cooperation of- farmers and business .!

Board Con.Writ Quid couldn't etand the last preacher. This to take effect and 'ue In force way and Sweden. fought on the oth&r. Intervals tOo stop the sass of cotton.

r" \4 UoGlaALAYaABUSINEUcotlEUMaae..Os of one will be all right. We won't hear from and after '6 p. m? Monday. October The extraordinary session of the J "(real though the weed of praiseIs Scarcely any cotton Is now being sold t
{ A'dd_. .r (II p..nse Swedish parliament was closed at I'' which !s- duo the south for the ,f
tf' i*i. AIITED i .. ''rut 1..<11.0 blo 4 who en a. peep out of him"And 23, 1906. I by the farmers and while the.fight is'on
,) ...a who ...sot. .1:4: : was In o r rr baa.nrwrlr:, upon that unique recommenda The PenG col ''8itifatlon.' Stockholm Wedncmliy. King Oscar',' Ina I soldierly valor of her sons displayed I let us- stsnd shoulder to shoulder.

W ...:I. .....,ben' 01 w eooit. oqrhildrr.m.rrtw.111 lion congregation actually 'did give The yellow fever summary for tearful speech expressing regret at during the four. years of war, I farmers merchants bankers and all

: mss wbo..rv a..rsn 9 t to. "I th..r.d.nakold.ri the man a call. According to J list accounts I Peniacola Monday was as follows: the reparation .(Jr Norway and Sweden think that even-greater praise Is due for the-'protect Ion of the staple)) and

+ > ,.ro1.rwr.. $ . ,
,q j' fI.ATU.AN,'C'KI'O'UI V., 4u.r V. were doing well. The wife his not Total cases . .487 and a good understanding between the in the _forty years of peace I "H
been heard from.-New York Press. I Deaths . .. . 2Total"aeatlfs two natlo 'l.' which followed. fo'ot"'farty" years (he "Ve8ttteUSouthern cotton Ass'n."

A Valuable Book. '. . 08 "It Is at a critical moment"' sail southhas made not 'merely a courageous -

In'the library of the palace of the .How-. TW pollees.f Discharged! . . ..323 the king, "that: I rnlse my voice 16. but at times a On auadral It.
s- 'eoltlsr w !tot'
.. Rajah of Ulwar. a city In India, there any emseot O"arr4 to** o naot bo ClUed< by \ Under treatment . 97 this hAlt}.' Tbe union i formed in 1814 as she has striven for moral and -- ...-\
Is a manuscript-- book called "Tho Gntlstan. aU'.UatarrlaJure.. -. between the people of the Sc&ndlna-. material well being. 'I. .
For the first time, In more than six:: I; Troop |I" Manchuria Ordered to Break
? which Is claimed to be the Y.J. l Boast 4: Co.,Toledo,O.
HA . vlan peninsula, disunited for centuries "Her baa !been extraordinary ,
volume in India. Vie, tba :und u.igDa, h.". known K.J. weeks, there are lesshan\ one hundred |I-- success Camp' end Vacate.
most' valuable then.ytorteefa.t'ltyearsandbeUevahimrerl.ody , cases under treatment, and manyof before is' ruptured. It'll truly not and all rUlzena: of our common 'I' A special from Martin, Manchuria, I
It is worth
The librarian insists that fconombU in nil business tranuarUen these cases are oaval.escenL Announcement without deep grief that I nee these I rountry should tool| joy and] tIlde} In says; 'Nowwtha\Iie. .ratincatlon of thejgoaca
whlclreqllh'a1ent a61u.o. ;
x: five hundred thousand rupees ; tuulaaaaolalty: carry out any '
i to'about a hundred and obiltfUloaj tuddul/ their llrm. was- made' tint no more two'clojsoly"retan l people ag&u! sep "It, for any KrpJt'Viced {done, or any treaty half been a'anounced to
Waar. A f aoAr. Wbol.s l received group the
M -aeveBty that the actual cost of the gold WAU>ua, jfiixix Jt :3laavtx Wbolesal Murray The camp -to to be ujjaundoa- Americana of necessity::! reflects' credit by headquarters to telegraph. Ute fact

'J .used In Illuminating was more than DrupifUu' : Toledo U.Hall. ed as soon ns the present refugees I.AUTO. CRUSHES WOMEN." 'upon all Americans Only| a berolopeople' lhat the troops are being demobilized.
.c.JatarrialJu.r.1II ta cell lat.ra lly.a>:- -' '
fifty thousand dollar It is a modern iBgdlrcotly upon the blood aDd muooiuiar are discharged. -. : could have 'battled aue AH northbound train* from the posi.Uon ,

manuscript copy of a religious poem, lao sof tbe sy"tam. Testhnonlalssent (roe. 'The, :Mississippi' ,Situation ,' :V':, "Rune' Down Party of Seven i Returning" '; 'Jy against the, conditions: :%'with .. are: J loaded with tl'OOptl.andttaelr.

made, in 184S by a Getman scrtbn at lrioeT5a.' UaU'. per >ttl... Hold by all Drug gists.-, I ,' Mississippi's ''yallow fever. 'summary ', :from a Theater Party.\I' .! ., :i" i the people:of) thoo? ijh| ,('found ; equipment HJf'of all the nature ,
1'a2. fills : *
;4 the order of the Maharajah Dinieingh. ) i Faiull/........ ,for: ooastlpatlon.. .. { Is aj fallows{) Gulfport,; one:'new' case,. '-: At PlttaburgVcdnesday_ nightehen'sporty : selves face to .fare,at the end' .ca.tuJ.1 building -In .the'norlhern' part of Ku-"
The miniatures and other pictures The cost ot feeding the 'mim l. in the no "deaths, no'new' infection at aijy pf seven )ladies: was returning civil: war. 'r -" \ anchengtsu and vicinity have been

.were painted-, a native artist I ,Jx>Ddon Zoo a year I. ;17,009. .other polnuon the coast. Vlc burg. homo from a theat i party. an automobile "There bad been' utter requisitioned for use preparatory to l'\.
: Delhi and the ornamental scroll' going at .rapid. rate crashed and disaster, and wholly business "
at BABY AWFUL ECZEMA one new case In city, two in county; ; new this movement homeward and many .
':work upon the iparjclo; of the .pagerend 'I.- no death. Natchei, two new, cases into the party, seriously and probably ., and social problems bad to bit of the- huts and building elsewhere "\
the Initial letter' were done by a I fatally Injuring four. faced with the scantiest The
In peans. .
7.a I.tkBawBaf Tbo.aht&h. Would city one. la county; no deaths. will be used by those troops which ?
reeldentof: : Ulwar. Hamburg ogle Ww three The accident occurred at the cornerof economic and political fabric had to Dlln.
.Lose -H.r tVllhovt a case, discharged the authorities will be unable to
t .... lllml.bvMtbw. : Tbank Cvricara. no deaths, one patient un Highland andVellaley avenues be readjusted In the midst 'of dire I before winter.Ueutenant ,j

t, f: FrenchPainter, Hoarded Wealth; "Ii,. little girl bad eccrma very bad whIP".be. del treatment.: Pore Gibson, no new East End.-The ladles had Just alighted. want of grinding poverty, The future General LInevltch. who .

Concerning the late Jean Jacques .... ten months old. 1 thought she oases up deaths tour under treatment from a street car during a heavy rain of the broken, war-w
s Bonnarr* 'curious legend .was current- would low her right eat It had turned -..- and while Nicking; : their way slowly ed beyond.liope.. and If her sons and contemplates visit tOLJVhUIlYOstolc
a ,.
!t -In-France.- .Ha was as fond back: ,and her face was lik a piece of raw Partially Raised ', aCftrf.8! tie car tracks the automobileat Mlljt1tterhad .been of weaker fiber
In Alabama. A bai
prominent general ben <
...'his Knglih colleague Turner and: meat and very sore. It would bleed when high speed ran their down. would ep .
tlaerp !In truth have been
The very
%3 1 washed,,hep', and I had to keep'ciotlu Oft governor of Alabama; has ordered )pointed to conduct the movement olKusslan '
enabled him to .
't W popularity
j great it day and night. There was not a clear on the advice of the state health no !hope. - prisoners from Nagasaki. ';
make MO.-OOO;. .year,_ _Of this be evl- spot on her face when I began using Cuti. officer, that tho quarantine be raised WANTED TO MURDER JEROME. "But the men pnj the Boils of the( The IlusBo-Chlncfle bank. U prep.r>
kr ,Gently did not' spend the twentieth cura Soap and Ointment and it is
now men who li.-.d f&cM with
unfaltering *
on all of that part of Alabama north
lug to reopen Its former branches
part.' According to- popular.heUef, be completely healed without blem-
scar or Unpaid Witness. Goes After New York front ahernat
' t was saving thw restlor the purpose of f !.oh. which u more than 1 had hoped lor. lOt Calcra./ This Is done because ot every of good; and along the Hue of the South Manchuriarailroad

some day buying back) Alsace and Lorraine (Signed) Mri. lione Ether 201 EcUord I the 'I roll!' that_has fallen, and the tact District Attorney. (evil fortune from' ManasBas to Appomattox and Is arranging to establish '
; from'Germany He was an Alsatian. St. Brooklyn N. Y/'_ that Dr. Sanders the state health officers An. attempt to batter ddwn the door and, the women: their wives' agencies at Dalny, Port Arthur
thinks It"will be IIOf the-office of the district attorney and TiotheTO. wh"ne courago and endurance .
'and after the war he established entirely safe. Ylnkow, Mukden and Tie Pass.
hIs fame by painting the heads No Wonder She Didn't Care. This applies to all Infected points. Tbe 'Jerome wan n>ade. In New York Wednesday had reached an even higher The Amur railroad will be Immediately

F of Alsatian girls. ,' which had a large The little girls were sitting, on tee cold Weather seems' to have been-geq-- by J..\ooh Meyer, who said hewn I berolc level-tUoso men and three extended to Olagovestchepsk and

sala., ',; -. ont-1)orch.-counllng.1woUng*;stars; >r"l, and Ice has formed; as far soutii stet to kill Mr. Jtrome. Meyer at? women! 'set tlieitifrtves undauntedly! Kabnrovak. '

"We had something last night that' as Calera. talked: the door before the district !, to tbe great task before them For. /

'C' 0t 'you' dd! t.t have," tauntingly remarked! Chattanooga Lifts :-Quarantine. attorney's arrival" and was found by : twenty years: the tiuggle: wan hard Friar Lands Question/ -Settled. '

t' .__ THE ,SECRET'OIYOUTH one of the' older ones looking at ten-1 Thecity and county board of the police trying to get through the and at times doubtful. Then the splendid "
year-old Miss Mullet. panels and fhoutlrg that Jerome had The quevtlon W the ..friar land
health at joint qualities of manhood
Da Sqto looked for the secret of a meeting hels'at: Chat. your and womanhood
"Bet you didn't. What did your' tanooga MoffdaV! abolished' the failed to. )>fly him sufficient f-es for told, asthey wile bound purchasewas practically ..settled at y
youth in a spring of gushing life-giv quarantine
have" remarked Miss Muffet. ; Manila Saturday when the committee j
his witness
service In the "Red
lug waters, which be wa acre tie that hs% >een In force. since as a to tell, and the wealth of your extra
"Claret sody." the tantalizer ra- paid; the Dominican order |3.22v 1.
;would find in the New World. '&Ichem.SltIT"od July 28.QIVORCE. Light" Investigations: a few ordinaryvnatural resources began to
plied with a condescending smile. 000 which is the first
payment "
: ...el'(thousands of them), be shown. ,
"That's nothing, Miss Muffet PICKPOCKETS
Ita"e'IpeDt their:llvfs in quest for it. WERE BUSY. "Now -tlir teeming riobes of" mine : ,
vouchsafed with A TRAGEDY.
but it I. 'only found by those' nappy supreme confidence and field and factory attest the GAVE CARNEGIE HIS: START. :
"I had chocolate- sundae five'* pros-/
a and Over
people wbo \can digest and assimilate Thirty People "Touched' by rent of thone who all the -
'tbe cents worth of candy, and I ate u\f\ When Wife Presented Decree to' Husband ; ore stronger
the right food ,-which keep. physical Nimble Fingered Gentry |In Atlanta. because of the trials and 'struggles Man Who Gave Philanthropist His \
that and comr the candy myself! He Shot Her Dead.- 1
body perfect] peace
Pickpockets First Position Is Dead.
through has'corne.
reaped which
S "Andwhen came home". the older a ftehHarvest prosperity .
fort are the sure results, Mrs. James Russell was killed in Martin Barth Is dead at his home atOallalln.
on You
stand :
Atlanta royally to YOJl"/
A remarkable man of 94 says: "Formany one) continued, "we had soma lea Friday on the occasion: of tradkIons
'' long year I suffered more or less cream' made' In our own freezer." Mondayby her husband who lives In the president's visit and during the and memories;; you also. stand loyally ., Tenn., aged 73. Andrew Carnegie ,

.4f, with -chronic costl.veneos and painful Miss Muffet paused a moment' to the eastern part of Baxter county: time the streets' were crowded. Theloeeea .for orfr great common country) of -held his first position under Mr.

indigestion. -This'Condition' made life think. Then she added with. calm resIgnatlon. ->- ''Missouri. The 'tragedy grew out, ofa run 'up Into the thousands of today, and for oll.-common. flag which Barth.It .

'a great burden to, m., a* yoii may well. dollars; and thirty-one men reported symbolizes all that, IIi' brightest and :was while thAlatter was chVjf '
;', Imagine; "Well I don't care. I bad the stum- divorce suit la 'll"hlqb the! wife .... that they were victims of the light. most hopeful for the future of man. messenger of the old Atlantic air! r<
/ '. cured a divorce a-. l the custody oren Ohio Plttsburg,
a "Two ,years ago I began to use muck ache anyway. -- fingered gentry.Among kind: you face the new age 'in the Telegraph eom.en at

.'1Y.9 Grape-Nut ae food and am'thankful .... \ only child. those robbed was Captain W.If. ,spirit ,of the age Alike In your material Pa., in 1848 when Mr. Carnegie was "

Ifi 'that I did ,It bis been a blessing to Age and Brain Work. When she presented the court's order Brotherton who for many years ao<
pd ma In evert'wsy. I first notice that The belief of 'Sir James CrlchtonDrowne tor the child, Russell shot her. He served on the police board and did lectual development stand abreastof when Mr. Barth era 1u .t/ d into_ the

; >" It hd restored my'dlgestlops w.a .s that bralnworkers achieve then turned the gun on himself and hard work trying to aid the the'foremost In the you,world's higher position, of operator Mr. Carnegie

>j\, 'S great cinln,'' butwas nothing to com- their bet work in later mdd! ]. ._age Inflicted a wound that Is likely lo catching thieves. leas/ pro. was given the position of chiefmessenger. ,
.. "47"1 with tbe fact that prove fatal; -, "
,,).: pare' In importance I Is easily confirmed by glancing; at the

'!I. I' So.- short, time my bowels were, restored career of a few of the grand. old man STOLE HUNDRED THOUSAND.Cunllffe MORE PRIVATE CAR TESTIMONY.

t't Y to free and normal action. who are'still with u'. many of whom READY' MAKE CONTRACTS.Taft - -, DATA SECUREO' BY CULBERSON."; ". ;
';f ..i-ixn* cure seemed' to complete; tot are buy In their younger''
a as days. Bitterly Denies Trafflo Manager.Emerson '
Swiping Odd Before In. it
two years I lava bad, none oftha, old '' I 1
Lord Roberts at 73' is worth .
; sUU ,Announces Willingness H Hundred Dollar terstat. Commerce Texas Senator- Will
troubler use the 'Grape-Nute, food to'Enter .. Commission. : Believes Congress :,
,avery morning'for' breakfast and fre- 6,000 ayearto the ,nation as one Deals, f of Canal Work." ./'.'. Edward
qnently eat'.Dothlo&, else., ,Tbe.u.. has o of our Imperial 'defenders, Lord Kel- Tie! government of the United 'State express robber' now In Jejl, In Pittsburg continued before the Interstate commerce United States> _'Er 'Culberson 1r

made me comfortable and nappy, and _rlil generalizations_at81. )mayatartlehswith orf1 the\ :myslerle further of, ,}Jfrwllllngv"io"enter-Jntc 'contract.' w1t.'1 ,- PaIn, -a long Interview In -a commlaalollat Washington.Fri VasJnAntln: : ,." x3l.''Wednesdayn| "

.Itbon wIW'be 4 ',.ear. old. ,next ; 'corporations! or f Individuals the construction local: >paper, denies that he took the 'day. r C.H conversation: 0tate.,, ,Insurance '* ,
-Sir Wllllapk'Hugglne
;1' fall. I,bare, become: strong and supple ago still"explores: Interstellar at; the of any. portion or, snot.' fbu odd 1100 with which be Is charged .. M. E merson, traffic manager of Commissioner Clay' nd.Govarnor Lan--' '",

.", ". again, erect 1m flgnrt.' and canj' walk' spaces while the activity of the 'octo-'', .Patting} ; canal. This' ,.tat ment. "?was la.addltlon to ,the $10 ,OOO .package. the Atlantic Coast Una, resumed the' ham WhIle be:would give* out no'ly a;i'

.,: tj.Srlth;: ,.nybody'and enjoy It.* Name. ge.narlair'.dqk'g' of.hutl pg".ftna<< : ';Lord: ] -made.jby Secretarttft l.t* W.i'Blng: .and stale that his object: ,ln" gotorttf studand continued ,hi*. testimony\In Ins; for,'pubncatlon,7iL.i w. ,Iea'ble(,pe; MseouredJlgreat

." IvanTby, ') ojtgtu5C. .;jpBattle.CrceB.cli'a.5 ., .; Wemyss la as effective a. ever in proarrtn -'' ton Monday, while dlscus8lngiha.0)oj) Bridgeport was to,obtain employment reference, to, his, exclusive".contract.WlU : : ...teat ot.ta'concern.' 'J.-

ier's *reason.1; ICTJ':' ot.tiegoverahbnt;' --" on-.of 0..OC.the.oyster-; tx.r 'i the Armour:' carline- ,for-refrlg- l Lug ,the'opera.tloaa',of Insur'anca'eca1'J ,i,
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book "':Tbe914, tGllfeJitdllep''Mu # .
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1 1 HE..pfUr1 .rt1". : Thej"lt o nat f"grgw. tilere. tht1" were men I I' ''l 1 {'- - l" j[| I I/ f'' > g

I" .- t.J' ri given and are intended ld- Afghan In elosalyj.
'I I .m and .! rlda.
model UI Intolla nearer,,awablauce ',to hooded! palanquins borne G'I1'' the Tid; zou'* Mothers
ELOQUENT : His linage. your Capacity ( and : ff '
'i .4N SUNDAY SERMON' BVBlSHOJ love,; are from 111m. 1'ou; o
.' !, LEgNARd. .flnd bapplnttia o. glad-nous or' any kind .

r JT r"}- -- a I ,f pleaimrtrhr-tlie/ : (Material, Intellectual :Lemon 'Elix FITBp.rmanentlyour.d. Vo fits or nerf ous- Homes-Their Irrttates
-J : Con fiUon
r. :
''i or; moral ftph. < day's u. of Dr. KUnn's Great Make. Unhappy
-" units tue Uoiy\\ .Terv.Reet4ntrer.tltdalbottleand
SnbJ.cti OlTlne Vr..lyl "- < treatlmfrea
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.. I ,. ', i- r a . :J *. -love-yonr Ghost permitted'wifely; : our St.child_ !You, your could parent.not Is a lure cure for aULIvBR Dr.R.U.KM.,Ltd..Ml Arch St..fhlls.Pa. Both.. Husband and IChfldren-How: : Tlicnisands

Brooklyn N, Y.At Holy Trinity .your friend without Him. You Chrla.tlana. TROUBLES In one yar this country turns o'at..Jj'(); of. Mothers. Have, Been. ,S.&ved.'From"" ,Nervous.

Church the lit. llev. William A. Leonaid. you could not, have !happiness or 'and' a' preventive' of books>> efjftetion alone ., Prostration ar4d Made Strong and, Well. //If r
love for Uod unless :
Bishop< of Ohio. Area(bed Sunday lit grants you the Un.Wi"s 0....'.BootoUut Srmp Sot Children 1Zj
,, rnoriilnir on tbe subject, "jiving Freed power. Stones and earth have them TYPHOID teethlne.*oftens msrednoeslallamma- ..".-
tr" from, the text Matthew xS: :' not. Animals only bare as much ln and other fevers. tlon. U5siI&LOmeswindaoltc.Sbc.abottle !
"Freely ye' have received, freely give," Mine, ache felvea them; bit you and \ Tb.- exrvrb*. wvav<,< vrJVwt'tCMr
Ibe preacher Bald: I have received more,than, this. We ''. word "banquet" formerly mAnt -' ; ,1'' fid '
hare ( Grandparent deserrt. ; l!' !: FI
-Our blessed Lord bad Just endowed received Inspirations and aspira ---a.:: .
III Atroetie.with 'some of Ills power.1'e tions that reach -from soul' to loul and Good for {If.areDt 1'I' o'.CUreoaa.l>>tb. too htvhly sooken i! : f 1r4 as
Imd granted them authority to'' heart to heart Then l la '& beautiful (1 Baby lisaeonghours.-J.> ; IfO'Bara. 821'rulrj ilIY"

prriu-li, to lienl the sick: to bnptlt : prayer In the prayer book. '1 do not Avenue,.N.. Mlatte"nous. )(In...' J..P. I>..
Ask Your Neighbor
riMitertn nnd to lay" the foundation! of coiisMnH, in exactly the. light In n" rsotns U coming into. fashion in

Ills church. Aa. It 11 -power In heaven i which' I am presenting tula truth. 'Qu SOt:. and $1'.00' per bottle England. sad Ucrmsny. .
and ou enrth, .had been conferred upon God, It aya. "'"pour Into ,our hearts 'at Drug Stores. '
II ulu. so now lie imparts the,. tretiriuloiia such lore for Thee that we loving 'no II. Gsnx's. Rons, of Atlanta.. Os,'an
: donation to |hem. This Is Thee'above all things may at lest at the only suooemful Dropsy Hpeolalists In tho
tain 'Thy gracious promise We cannot world. Kee, thr-lr liberal offer' In adverttse- w
vrlint la U"ut..bthp.; divine
originof '
ment in another column of this
the niliilstryr' Hut'. Ills power1 and love iiodi" unless the power be paper.

. hose gifts I 'must tie utilized; they 'cannot -, given ourselves.u'; we have not the capacity' The Gmnoe TOWER Peru and-Bolivia--.-hire--the--richest-- silver

he retained or hurled; they must mines in Lb. 'orld., 7y \
'xot t the Greatest .gift of nll/tb: L.! 1tT
lii llKpei'Hed abroRd. Tl.ejr are givenonly QOMi4'IELSLICKER y4 ,
gift of His dear PDn. Creation nfovlucnce '
for aervlce. .
; 'Freely je hate retfhed. )
rn'ply1' In some measure power and faculties, cats* ave STOPS BFLCHIVC:: RY ABSORPTION!

we must Koneroualy! Rive: to the world. u. reason! or right ot operating unless -NO DftUC S-A nJEW: METHOD

.'TIIl'lIp01'111, however, may be ta- Interpreted by 'the coming of 'Jetua HAS Mttf A&VZKTIiED

keel from their primary place? so that Christ Incarnation to earth for you and tn.'. This AND SOLD PcORpAt A. tan of Wafer Vrae-Have To. A.....

they lime n general reference and nplillcnlion la the, key to unlock thocause LIKE A. { iBdlceitleo. .......,. TroabU, Ir.j 'rcC4ae'brow
of our being. Ills birth la tho :hlrr.C4eslepOut+ ,
'! for eierj-" child of the klnKtloin solution of I F ALL r. -Blar'Baartr Dlnr Spells. ry .'
each man's lIe
'* nnd (HUM. ire line them to-dify for existence. I WAIWKUO1aO Short .....c", Oas .a '* -- -
our Instruction and guidance. This la In tills. sense tThe- Light of the r the Bloniaeti A nervous, irritable mother often on Mrs Chester Curry, Leader-of: the

1Pit 'Freely. jre Jiave' received freelyRive. World lie had Now the Uod best gave the beat t fuat JIIP .. Bitter Tsute:- Ihkd Dl'f'I'tti-Im .l..el An- the verge of hysterics, la anflt to care Ladles' Symphony Orchestra, 43 Sara

." Is clnsalc: In Ha clear expression capable,of besto"lu-UII very that only II".. .'waa rotten n Is (tads of the tot petite:-A feeliag'of Inllvess,.weight.and for children, IC-rains a child's disposition toga St., East Uoaton. Maaa., writes'
nnd In Its world-wide application to ( nktchUk. m black: widow. pain over the stomach and heart, sometimes and reacts upon herself.. The eat'1JrL nnkaam .
literature.'' science, music-In the art Son. Nay, more, HI. Bon la Hod; .fullY "1114 nanwv and vomiting also fever and trouble between children and their I'or sight? rears ItroqbW wiOie*>
:nf: centuries.; oftninny racea find'' lie gave Himself. We shall not try .' 'ram 4&kn CM)skby sick\ head.ehe'4 mothera too often la dde' to the fact trsounrPatm.alsndhysteria. oaby 4
Ideal In.'tblll fact for ('hrI lt. the. In- to explain Its mysteries; It la wiselyable. Mica 10 T Ita EWhat .qe. It? Any one or aD of these that the mother baa some female)weakness irragularittr. I could neither enjoy Ufa nor
It la an illustration of what we '" sting .\frinkinc-abuM of. slsfn nic tai I waa Terr. irritable, arrow
and la nnflt to bear
SIGN OF THE flll she entirely '
'rarnate. la Himself tint!.', Christ lali'rre : spirits-eaxiety sod and f
do In small matters It d"P..ion-tnellt&t
may mean .
the strain her that .
In Oil'buman\ nature since' the ..lIcrlftce'and.. surrender and unseifi.ltgiving cca.- ', '. [ort-mental worry.and physical fstigue.' upon nerxes govern ? rinkham's Vegctebl*Compound
ing children involves4t and to be the only
period of Ills 111..lIruItlon.00 cannot bad air-tnsnfflcient food--eedentarv I habits: impossible was raeomin proved ;
drive Him forth, for He lias found for He came to do'tlod'a wllU absence of teeth-bolting Of food. for her to do anything calmly. remedy that helped ma I have dally
That will was to save us from our If suffer from The ilia of women act like a firebrand improved In health _1 U I are.aow strong' 1
for residence I I" the you this slow death sndmserabw
room YW'rbp"; rt sins lied Ills beat and left and wall, and all nervousness .... ,dbap.Mrs. -
gave up existence let the nine-
nerves, consequently
ns upon
or this old world. It Is of 1lilicojiHnna you a sample
the joy and sanctity of Heaven to .box of Mull's Anti-Beteh Wafers sbsoIntely tenths of the nervous prostration, nervous red. ,' .
.. '
liberality of (!od fe vis that 1 Charles F: rows. VIce-rreu.
clothe Himself broken tin free. No -
wl.1h our drugs' Drags the
injure the bines, sleeplessness -
\\-nnt to vpenk. and of Ihe sincerennd, inanity I that we might see the'godheadbOdily itIIf&fBAti s etomach. -" despondency., and nervous irritability of dent of the Mothers' Club SI Cedar

\\llllnir TORpon "which! we ought to touch: HTm with our hands and It stops belching and cures a Diseased. women arise from, some derangementof Terrace Hot Sprlnga Ark., writes'I
innko to 111m for Ills gifts to us: '1"1'_ to .JHro wlt our sins and knowing stomach by absorbing: the foul odors from Dar Mn.Plnkham: :
go $ tho female organism. 1
Idraggedhrsaghnfd.yeusol miserablezlstenoe.
undigested food and :
have by impl'rtinc'aeti'tit'9'
jv ;je recelvetl. freelyslve.. The ;
gtwpcl or I'>tl er thin word Him might accept\<< Him aa our Savior. to the lining of,the stomach tnabling it Do you experience fits of depression : : worn out with pain and aarrausness -
-Itln"'rltt.1I our nil lIe folded In. eternal nature around >t OF 'THE! miss SAW to tnorou,hly mix: : the food with the aetria with restlessness'' .alternating with until SMfwd asjtbough I should fly.. 1 ,
hronch. Its first Ills )pennon and lie 'led Jt forth to aacrlttce ., .juices i.' which promotes digestion and cures extreme Irritability Are your spirits I[ then notsoed statement of a WQmaa troubled -
letter .rs the Initial of nifl own name.Its .. 'I Two orntartoa / I and the wonderful results she
a.. that Jill earthly lire Z""M alone i"t-.a disease.SpicciAt. easily affected, no that one joinnte yon as was,
_..... _.
tiret Introduction In The Harden' ofIMon I "u fOan to produce tbe derived from Lydia E. rinkbam-s Vegetable
series ot sacrificial arts. When Orrxii-'Fieregatar: price of laugh, and the next minute feel
: and a picture ct'tbe( "bestaawa la tMworN.Tengacwalo..etblood. Mull's'Antl,Belch Wafers Is boa box.,, but I yon Compound. I decided to try: Ik I.did .o,and
He 'lay In the inanjrer th .nfe DI1D"41'1 end of three months I was a different
at the
rent, hone hand l 1. The to introduce it to tnousands of sufferers /
err In the
larRaat pint world
: toad begun: : when lie bung upon '' Do you feel something: aball rising all I.was
woman. My nerromnees was gona
d..OUd to aaw-maktaR. we will send two-((2)) taxes of 1e-
with\ :losing Intention. 11., and It the TOM It the continuation et It. prired.afttmea upon receipt in rou''Oll and threatening. to Irritable and husband fell in
1.1 WM hundreds, of hitrIM> ..., blb> 76c. and. this advertisement or' we will : no longs? tajr
HIM desire that we bonld ienltr.i la the last 'moment o* aRony '...n. sad equlpnrd with eoatlj apaolal muililoftrr.. send you a sample free for this choke you I' air the senses. perverted, love with me all over again" .
'r1.I Hlblp la replete with the story; of 1 shame He was controlling'force* that A world,wMe .bu....... acinaiatlBf naarmlllUinaof Tate OFFER coupon morbidly'snsltlve to light and sound t{ .Women should remember thai yala ,
_... MAT
..Ht t'lvlnp nnd recelvlnff. It end i \ .ry year Acuiif. lathe
mfr : ovariesand E. Pinkhama Vegetable Compound
apetned to :'be mastering Him. (fCe was A npntataaei.built op through two rantattes pain Ytbe' especially
your lUlile thin jear with thin thought i the priest upon the cross; II. was. Ills of |_ofT arowtb, vaload more blghlr taaa '. between the shoulder. bearing down medicine that holds the.record fort
IP ;your minds. Rerall what (Sod line own Trrtlin. Ilia'life was n.t wruns tat"'bnor this (..Inttltaiion. 10285 FREE COUPON 128 pains; nervous dyspepsia, and..almost the greatest number' of actual cures ot
chi-ii to III* chlldreri.: nnd ynu will hennuired i outtt Rim: lie, Himself, pronounced re'b.: (.oaraatr the world ol orar.tat Ooeapaaj, wbloa Is oontintmlly croaa and snappy T female Ula, and take no substitute. "tFr

at the sum It will be.anch n 1 lh lie.gave" It up'is Him We make aU types ... .1_ of aws. Vat Send this eonpoa with TOIl name If so, your nerves are In.a shattered I . Advice to Women.1' ..
great one, that at 1..ltflt )o, will be.cnimlrnliiel i whose It was, saying 'Fattier, .into only 0... pia.>..-. ite _'. and address and name of a druggist condition, and you are.threatened will Mrm. Plnkbam. Lynn, M..tari...'
to sins! ( n benedlclte to Thy tanfl 'I 'commend my spirit All Atkins .....,Cora. KalVoa, Perfaetloa Floor :' who. don. not sell it for a free samnle nervous pro trmtkm. all sick women to write. to her for ad vice..
Harapara, sold by aardwaiaaralera.
< begin to tintfrecl/ite how 'Irp,.- and that wr mrKht have peace In .believing ' Eo. C.A.TIVINS CD. CO.. 1_ I M<7U.'a QaAM ..Tonno Co., 328 Third world is betterfornel'YOUlprooatratlon female troubles enables her to tell
1ee have rerelvetV la It not well to' .and serving and following for .. Saw Maaafaecaian la tb. Ave.,-Rock Island in.Oieo than Lydia E. PinkhanVa Vege. yon ,Jnat what ia beat for yo4.j, end
mnke lIon(" sort eT 'a tally to 1'1111111 our and peace hereafter In f; ..d .Orr.K0< ... {..".. M..wpoMs,w'.wld.F : table Compau" thousands and thou she will charge you nothing fort!her

mfr ncconnt with 'tj'odYVe' who takiniieli .. the Divine comradeship. Now, win 'ye. aA r tlli--It.: .(n..I, S -m.k..q., Ua Trmmrl'n: I ,.FUJI, Address cad WrV aan*. of women testify to this fact.. advice.r" : .: :
a.> for grnnte+L and simply' accept freely' 1tlver' k.m AUa1 aa4 ......,,Oiaaa .. I Ask. nrs.. Ptnaiwnvs Ad'lce-A wemai Best UtterattMS$ aj'WMu' .-. 1sa

inl l 1I1".11I1t1l l He .glees/ usllliont n'' -Tlil,Ms our practical Irene: .t beq".tlon ........rSb.w-1ma a deI..Sru.e .' Sold by all dregful, OOc. per box: :, or' . !,

Tnrd of thnnVa" \\'I' think >f them of our life experience. Do nY coon. DEALERS < sent. by mail. ___
anil 11I'lIJI"" fit" a.. tf they were ours 1- T--fr-rr.--- "-VJM-i--U" - : J.S.SCHOFIELD'S
we yflve and what.,,and when Uultryjand Price. up ta Nome .corfeapond with J. CO..,. jMX"CON"
nnd nrp sometimes IItllrl'llr tve Imppow consider! the...parnd T of our the ,
to miss or |os<.. Hieni. We have .reccUeil 11Vbat do we give When dowejrtret Raspy&Company latitude. t : GEORGIA s

so much :and( rv freely from :Do we glv'e ourselves? Tea . , ,

ITni' that we" have omitted 111m and bet kewl 'lI.t. unreservedly Le It ..alCCCESaORa: TOAVERvr& W. L. DOUGLAS '
]lies rclflrlnnshln): from our cnlcnlntlona.Vr bountifully Yes we give something MCMILLAN. ENGINES -
linvn creillted: Him onl"It onr aometlipes- ome prayer aoxne -wor* -
3&3SHOESw. tot.
plrltunl lien) .lnz -our religions\ prlvilcfreMTtlKt ablp. ome 'money.' la I It .entbnulaatld B1.8 BosMti Roreyth Sfc"- Atlaata.Oa.AU. ... BOILERS i''
church .and sjteritineuta. of At the 'Pt'1teor: acrlflce? Dose ltrally KINDS or- L. Douglas .4.00 Wit Edge Lin

f'OlIrl'I'.fI" 1I.1\'l.tlfln. Hut what about I < ift -ua' much? We give ourselves. cannot t.e quaUl d at any prloain TANKS ((4.4

the ordinary (tliln n that H.*. never for, t.. that .world-ogr time and ability :MACHINERYReliable ------- 1
/le'tll. that He tiever neglects" ? ? He with' neal and:c'est In business. affair ssoa...tuM'Cs. '
keeps' Ills,not" going:' 'on every day |n That la rlht. Christ does riot-tell nato TOWERS, '

the year, while' we;..Jik ;flIP] clillilrenof .be sluggards in business" But He
onr modern time, are natUted wlttfluxtiry. does 1eTt' 'IM to given .them*me _...- STACKS '
i,, .' We see aronaed jjoinetlme! .' lire 'ef earnest Interest- to Him_*ommeaaure .

b.. /us at Cl>rl.ltuas time, to. realize. : how. :of earnest Interest to Him. 1 rianufacturers.of',and Dealers in '
.MIIOft 1 ( '- '
mean rye atandurd .gold. am not

\\I/iI' .'i 'reelv ,":"y".,ItaTe ;rerelred.. freely:': talking .about gold to-dfly. I.mean no HIGH, GRADE HACHINERYPrices : .
"]!'kop'flln.. He ggve'ont of Ilia RPn. measure *payment.. I mean the full

jerou lieart She very .creation Itself; and long. living surrender: of erery and Specifications upon.request,. :'b
Ibe-.woild-' all In It, at the very thin* to Ins will. I mean the eonse-
Jionr of Its conception. Itli power of' II'1'1ttlm1.of --each-stroke- the labort'rebrawtly IPRICJC .25 Cta.
Trndnctlon. teeming" fife, vegetable and.jiniinnl. ".'
arm. of each device ot the Inventors ws ANTI-GRIPINE
\Ve take TU>*"esslon of. It: : power. the consecration of our ( CURE THE GBPj ,

we 'Imrcnln and lix;tcr its '1If'llnll! whole being and service.. to the oprenve l# 1. UNOCDAY j .
flocks nnd herds: we ca11it/ ours; WP Master Of our destiny.: Such a Frlc EnfllnesT"Bollara, aNIze At oiis4tso"" Ii : '., !. CVA.aVA.MTK.ED TO CUIXK

cntl 1Ii. Innd after onr Y>WU name.: But I consecration makes life beoutlfnl. It % Wheat Separators. ANIH3IPINE! d" GRIP BAD COLD, HEADACHE AND MEURALfiU.'' ,
these thltiRS NrP tint 4irs. They are I annetlflea. 1a"bor. trade and business; tt' I 1GaN1lM q"i ;.r
I woat aell Aatt-OrlplBa K>a*aalvr who dawraiaaaa$,
Ills, He i-onttola lie directs arid per- lifts every project of human ambition i ...., ....,..- 110 rob Call tor your MOMCT atACSt la IT _".'T .,17...

inltnwe; are but/the Helmuts. of Ills up to a Ievc4on width ,angela tread I MORE"E.'II U.IfIIAKEIIA"'U.II.IJ dHOE1 DIAIfJUlY ___ 'n-_ _ ___' _f._,!.JMsiner. ,MJ>-.,,, Uaaofactarer, BrimJUl4,...
win.. 'f"Then and. whrre--we' ;--may-tallc-to.Qod Him- r OTHER MAIl FAOTUREIl."--- -
(consider In the! next place! HI* elf. It',ttre.. Itself ont lu Itrarma forthe nnn :
riroldeuc 1 "a'lint I I., the continuousTeuieinlirmice redeeming of the world. It sees $ IUUUU aiya.athtt.titqaa.itV. __ t,

.._ ; of our need*-food. 'raiment Jesus. walking !nip and down in the L.Douglas.. ...*....... have. fey tWtr. a.. yspepSI8
cnllmt .t" Otuag.nd .perter..n.c
climate, and no on. The.seasons. enrth end It uitist Impel every. human ,....._aeay.. the lirput.......ay J..H
that foil only: swings ronnd In their being to follow Him. It Impels men BEST IMPROVED SAW HILL.ON EARTH: ,.nee ta Ithaee ... world.'Tw r atra h .t aa __ .. ,
.vrnrPe, thn miimhlne-tlilnk ot the an-v- toco( forth into the world to othera.The that coat jroal '..06... .oo-UIoI ejelvaaalUloa
large Engine and Dollies ktrpplle4. 4Mh renco le the price. II' could take Bate _
lilne. that l III Ooil'. trlfT.fnppo! .e Hevern mint. laves his closet and goes ear eactory at Bracktea; MaM. tbe laraaat ia
.- ever the sun for one lnvl! Wan abroad .Instead of pondering by himself promptly.. Shlnglei Milje' Corn Mills the aaorld .. .. eew rest aaaklnr I .w-Wa SBM FOR WOMEN

cannot with nil his Ki'iitn< manilfac1nre homeless. that he may carry' the Circular a.waaW ethPatent Dogs, .-.c. the with Waald wblck raallxe every treaties with fill yecaliar" to __
snottier. 8nppos It stop Milnlnjr Gospel that lie mar lift the cover off Steam! Governors Putt Una Engines eV why W. U Dee.... 13 M ..:::.are the kaatahaae t hilt sex. orS> as a doacke is nurrct -

for IwenTr-fonr lionra. Hnfli 1\ chill of Ignorance/ for some b"olJtbtl'llII; the Mill aluppHea. bend tea ,.... Catalogue. I cauld amduced.abewyeu. ta tbe tbedlllaraefe world.y tetweasi_ .... eesahU. Ice would result that alt life would missionary .mllkE'. 'lilmself: homeless f haae bs : fmctory ae* ahaaeaf ether sans leaoanhovt sac aaaal catarrh., ,
po ont. !le 'you ever thank God for that be may carry the Gospel to the ch'J.. anxious t. have .a national/ eta. ., '" .a-= ':14 aiadiiataiiil why. iMMikla* Puttee\ U IB Bowaar lorai to ba dianlvad ta pare
the sunshine? No.Ve take It for Jlf'atll..n.W1I_ we die the service and them. .__ -.._ CM mora te _....why...)' bold tour sad la far men Meudnc. haUiaf.aan.kMalaad all 'SCK'HEADACHE'' .
el eooaoBual than Itqnld uttacj thaar fit e..u.r. we.5and are
frniHted-It belongs'! tn us-we considerItNnur will of Jesus 1f1 our free'glving In return Ta viol's Cherokee Remedy Sweet Gamand greater ratrlaMle value the. aaiy ther,, (...10. TOILBT. AND WOMEN'S BPBdAI.USES 1 CONSTIPATION
Inherent right. for what He bas given na. Then. Malten. .Is Nature's great.medT-Cureo .'...0. the mar*St to-day. ' draciiata,ft*enta a .boa.Trlai '
"Oodjjlvea us power aa well atli cren- and only then do we amend the. contradlctlon. -. Cough., Colds, Croup and Consumption, er.-D+ tmm ******Madto sMew*for Ilea sad Boafc ei Pre; Promptly P.rnissatly bored +i
tlotn- iitlllr.e. So 'lavishly prend There Is the soul) and spirit and all throat and lunar&roa....... At drug. _...**..0. a.OK; Bay*' _yffl* VH_ ... P>".TOH co......" s>aaveaj, asaeav"' and with
Rids, Ite.60o. and a 1.. per bottle. Drmmm....., ._ -=-1
that all man tins. tn do la to pluck the of the Incarnation.Frely.. I give, lathe .! taalat ... bavins' W.UDotilaTaboaa.
fruits nf. it. We clip mines, gall tlhl,... ( word. Benny that means tally- r yaVSoTaolxtltrt.. Kbne (..enln* CrabOrchard
write books paint pictures: It la only fully. give. It requires us to .",. 'Here The crown forests' Russia eomprue wlthoot' his suaae and piles stamped ea bottom.WANTKn. ,.
the exercise of power which <;5ort Lord am, I. I bare .no reservation no 90.000.000 sere, lf1o. ;"r to the. C ar. !: .'A sboe sbn'where Bet In nab yrop. gar
.. tlma Ik
w.U Donclaa Bboea are Bo .14. Pan line oi by ry rlsa
It'rvH.'VHJtIJ.. competency"Wages: all prop ct. no duty. no joy that I ''will STRONG' STATEMENT _pIM aaat f Me lot UMpaotlon ..... raqoastfft .

the capacity of )'I'ow.r.Uod grant it place between Then and me. I yield OMar EweI ttt uifti else fill sot awer........ ,
all. He glees the hralna. the.. 'Ingenuity myself: absolutely to every manifestation Df Cut. J. M. OvfT.r. Dankoirrmtla :lCatle s)> Wvtte for innatrated Cataloff of Fall. atylesyr. j.
the business, the. opportunity for of Thy ''will. 'I am all the time ,.I ._e,lt.eamaa> e f r.... .yl.. .a.DOOOLA8)__..Msse. ( t3'Cd). ,

every 'advancement and all you and I eager to know what Thy will I.. This Col. J. M; 'Onffey, of Plttsburg-, Dem. Water 7""

have to do Is to utilize all the power ,la my duty: ahow.. me whatThou ocratlc. J..dE'r'of. Pennsylvania? and '
. -He gives m. Some other wen use 'wouldst have me to do and give.! The one of the greatest A Wntury'a ezperlaaee with aoeoessfalresulU
these nnd prosper: other men Waste, saint of old said: .Master, ,show me "producera In 'the Farnes..Sa Is the best testimonial." Sold by all
In life but Thyself and. then show me myself. '
them nUll are failures ; dtagglats. ,";"'
those who ore opportunlsta In the beat Such- a prayer should be ,o1re>red from .world of oil., coaland I lv'.J, t' > t ; -aavls / .

Reuse Kojn. revrard Do you ever realize hour to-bour.< and then nt last there gold, "rHelGentlI'men ?- Crab Orchard'Water Co.
glad connclousnesacoming" : a .t "JSJ
Hint- tied/ 'could becloud and obscure will be the gradual '
your faculties\ of that I. to iu that we have freely" returned pleasure) to endorse LOUISVILLE.!.,, KY.

you would become Insane 'In a mOo ; to.God a:.thnnlc offering. 1 ;Dosn'a Kidney Pill. (}

nieutr He might bP" excused iroin M I "Then the giving of our time to HIa ,. Having. found them, TELEGRAPHY Shorthand aad Booikaaplns-
service and to other people will be ao A thoroach bualaaas 00.,.. ,
doing because of T<*ur. Ingratitude of err eat; value I have .' Railroad vntiair. Ourararinaia*_.r the
your neglect, Him.. for all thieve "natural' that we shall do It spontaneously :: gglwsys: been glad to .ouihi pnoltlons aruarantvad; eaulocua freed ?
things you call your are JlI.. I oftea It will be so easy to offer . AMKRICAK TKLFORArH AXIS COM -
-- 1 recommend them to JCKCIAt ...
earf IIndIotne.t to .1..O';
Wonder how .successful men can money and-J ,
many , ," . ,
I friends They {
Christ's service that It will be second my ,
retain their self respect, can' make . '
their treatment of Mod agree with nature." 'are 'excellent: .. '. :': / -f '
their ethics. They never entervIIU (Signed) -,_ J. M. GUFFET. .pro :>
I.TB lands *. a r.le.. O'P.Sf ,'.
Dota for
: house to thank Him and yet He naki Kidney ;PIHs. a specific, A' ; '.lo ,
them to do ao. They.. nre jpttlng on A' loving heart and' an obedient lift backache, bladder troubles and all kidney .

without Him -they: believe but they i are inseparable.' The one cannotex; disorders, are. sold by all dealers.Fifty the Best, Remedy on Earth . d- ..
other Aa aa deysI
'Bi-e a, helpless and powerless as_ the lit. 'without the soon '" .., -
: he has the'Iplrlt of cents a box. Koster-MObnrn_ : CA"Buffalo K Kills a Spavin Curb "
10Uod; or Splint.'Very ,
weakest ImaRlnable thlnff. They"ar a man : .Mot Moiean be(alrer. rW
N. .
absolutely In conseeratienetbp; spirit"of obedience ; "Jj j Write Or.N.N.-eea/s eeos. 1"..
HI dependents iruoiu .
'. R netratlng. Kills Pain. is <
they have their belug.efow long snN'Mlnff .the, spirit .of servkeffawdtwhlls? Jove The ,girlleaa telephone I. comln* t f. 8.lIm. . AtUanvM.1. I

':" \ "nd-pltl.ot.Ue, Is. ,Ills only\ continues of service to dominate'manifests the itself heart in that the .and. the horseless carriage la going -" 'f" \...3i I" EARL.. SUM.11sAUA STBEtT,WSTM,IMSS. t I ,, IUlT.A !Ni 1NO ,,F11Ire"4C

:-: rebulfe seems to'be ,found In-Hiritnftiliua snlrlt. truethat "love J..tbe.tlll. a tremendous rate observes .Uu + .1 jC"f ..t!..'!. WPI.! 1 .
-. : loop ;He simply anya, ,ily eon, life, \It oI I' law- Heart. religion .., .'Vw.T..2" 'L5.JLtfnu1smo: : : \J...In d.t .t'utl1Jllu.111 ha.J.I.. JJ. L .nJ1 A4 I.4. [ '0' '.w. J' .... f" ; !!". _._
do not 'forsake-*tie utterly; hear :My filling the ;
.l'0'c' *; come to MV' give Jle Iby heart; t' the only kind'of reUclolfwortb having.It ':tiI
?...J'or\ I.lore lbee( I ma thy, Father f f is the pure in''heart.who h.U. see ,

i.J. II.-""'WIlIt.t.: .e. I God._M.thodlat;:.,Ba order..' ' .Aa .. Plantation Chill Cure is Guaranteed :: .
with 'l'll1l1e8.' !
our ;.fll1! .tIII liAlr.Imafl. t":"''I''WnUiun."It' ;

of .boWlppraVPd"every .:(joot; :"tapect'tratcif' "foot' :: a ironwantet 5
b "'hfll '\' :: ( whit : '
;{ blessing, and you get
J>"T* tome spark of Ro/d that U ort put the

'. "them_ iu be rmiuad 11t bundw.heat ,,it-Joseph' ., . 1 \ To.cure; -oi. money"rff'.and. by your\merchantl-.o, wfiy'.not,try. It?' Price' 50c.p' .;
Cr .
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,,a ,. '"\t. .i jn-.i.. j. -- *A --"'- _' i i < ii i,i -- i -
_, driven Into the city every. morning and the hotels from 8:30: D. m. until the wee

,The Pleasures and Inconveniences II evening; are very interesting to the small hours of the morning, 'although 1-
.\, .. __ touiUl.. These. goats enter* they are !sung by inferior street singers THE .
times hears a.voice 'M
\ and many times climb the stairs to. thetop many one
y ; story to be milked 10'a pall furn- that is fart from inferiorpnd. I shall
BrV, : of a Trip to the.Mediteranean, shed by the purchaser. Cows? are never forget' an old woman who sung
also driven throughjhe streets, sff)pat an Italian song one evening, she was
door and if you desire a..I I live ,at least 76 years old, but such ezpression ralmettoPiano Cli 1 1By
or taU litre, the animal milked thma and such, inflection of voice I '
BY EDWIN 9* BE" EIt. ;/ and there. These' animals. of course have never heard, unless in Italian h
the cleanliness of the at home, she was of course an
do not lend to opera
; last week's letter cood uCIf.d' with freedom and
wlthaslylite4sathe in and exception and seemed to meet with
they do l Klsnimoiee)
i Subteranean Corridors Indifference.= to publicity than In any city las .
'of the Catacombs of the Cap other. city in the whole, of Europe' consequently have! been restricted to better success financially' than most joining; : our -{?i .no Club you will bsable/ to )get a
don'tcut Of the others and there were
puocinl. Convent, we will proceed to Strangers are worried almost., a I the side any l Ojrur.,Streets".;wherpclgnolinenn Ittius just' occurredto . I aui afraid .that our genial editor I $400.00 grade Piano for $267.00 on payments of
Alonreale It bt tng about point of Insanity by swarms" of street
by carriage,
r about wjll cut out altogether If( 1 take
in me
that I leave Naples .
me $10.00 down and membership dues of $6,60'per
( hawkers their to
tour miles, a city of 24,000 Inhabitant ,pushing wares trying Ahe Orient and It fs necessary any more space in bis paper, so I
four for
*, ". Here Is located the famous take full advantage-of the inexperience: for ms to send to! the United will close, hoping that my letter nextweek month, ,without interest. Piano delivered tree tonearjtstjlepot
C.wedralofIonre..le, built by William of thelr.vlctlms and to say that they .
II, in'1174. It is. in the''ah ape of succeed with many of them would( lx Slates Ambo,h'dur at ,Hoin for apassp'orte : will be a little mom Interesting.New as soon as the first Ten Dollars is paid.
which I understand In absolutely -----------
1 a latin cross,'334 'feet,. long and 131 telling the truth. In the Toledo, especially . '
}. feet wide, with three Apses. The mag.nlttcent ( \ aleer. -;tlie' J lamps have been neoesvary: so that will !be. attended *. Cure hor Cancer.AH .
a to In ,due!' season. . "'
hag. the vendors them.
Portal two beautiful/ lighted news make '' '
cancers how knownto
WeduJWday/ the surface are
I leave here next
w V>ronra doors,. dating from the year elvea heard. You hear t.helD yelling:
Bucklen's Arnica
1186, with reliefs from sacred history New York Herald., broken In broken English the \ ,. 26tb fearful for that Alexandria(will. be Egypt'at-least., but anotherweek + am Salve be cursMble.-by: .laa.'Wilters.of. DutHeld, Va. Advantage of club plan '
In Italian. Th and much by
and Inscriptions eady, very way.
before I can take my readersthere writes: [I had a cancer' on my lip for ", : r
of hear fSiPlattmtnews
walls are covered with the most beautiful One course wants to
incurable until
; as there ii so,much to see In this yearn, that seemed ,
e. Mosalcs-aud occupy an area of from home and eargeriy puron- Arnlc.a.-8-allle' healed It. To introduce- this
Buckleris ,
beautiful city and Its .ubul'bs'NlLplf'' and get Piano before the 4f
feet consisting one, only to find on .rrhal..tyout' .
nearly 71OOO square aces well." Guarantee I
"its and how It Is perfectly
famous for popular, ,
of scenes from the old' testitmenb, the hotel, and you become' vnconoed Is which very one has abundant opportuniesof songs J, cure for cuts ant]. burns 250 atOsoeola'Pharmacv public, we, will form"club.of ONE HUNDRED. :!
life of Christ and the lives of the in a ,big arm chair,''you have *
Apostles. managed ,U get a copy of the Paris hearlnaeveri evening In ft'ont'of. Drug Store. members, and each member will get a:Piano j

1.1 Above the Iloyat.Thron'ein' Gold edition of the Herald about two weeks at the wholesale price.' The Club'Is limited to ,
*t t Mosaics is portrayed King William in old. Then you want to break all-tlie rt
the act of receiving tbe Crown direct furniture In the room but ,' 0' course There is'' Money in Growing Ginseng One Hundred. and Instruments'will soon go. i
fe from Christ (and not from tho Pope): you refrain when you stop and think .
.., ,In t.he'rllfbt.. transept are the tombs of that tbe poor hotel proprietor h-iid ; .
William the I, and William the II, absolutely nothing to do within, but ': Prof. Howard of the-Missouri State Agricultural College says: "I 1 1advlse' / rThePalmetto'
the Sarcophagus of the former la ofT yon dan rest afsured that the n "
well American farmers to cultivate Ginseng. Big .r.ofits are reali-
Piano :
beat -beautlfuU-1'orpbyry they are time you a newspaper! you -
-- ... ....
( > zed. it is hardy plant and i easily grown.A bulletin issued by the. -
designated a. William the good and come near Keltloir th..I..f\/Ot./ t dltio I. js .
"William the bad It is certainly! a At certain. hours during the! evening Pennsylvania State College in part says: ; ?The supplv of' native Ginseng -;

moat magnificent edifice\ and one could that detestable tribe of Mo7zonar1 I root fs rapidly diminishing, and the price per pound Is correspond-; Is an Instrument that has been manufactured in
and with deal of make their appearance.wifh. their lanterns
easily a great
f spend a whole day, here. Adjoining( hunting! for cigar/ and cigarette/ ly increasing while the constant demand for the drug in China,'stands our own factories, with some special features that

i the Cathedral la the ruins of an old ends, usually picked up from the 'as a guarantee a steady market for Ginseng in the future."-Consul' will make it'stand the climatic conditions. of this
Benedictine Monastery, with. Its cloisters streets and from under the tables' in General Rublee of Hong Kong says in the U.,,S Consulor reports: The

gyp, containing something like J525 the cafe's, with a long stick! with a,pin 'sa.1e'of Ginseng root grown in America is very. large here and the de- .State better 'than any Piano ever manufactured. :
} columns, the capitals of which are all in the end of it, and la the narrow .
mand Is so great that much more could be disposed of 'advantageously. MHBaBifjMplBjf BSJBBHS PHSJBlSJBIKB P plsJBHHS
t and the 1200. side streets/
different date from year they are )placed upon trays S S SJS B BBSjBgSjBBBBVBHBJSJS SJHSJS B B S BBHH
A"steep bridle path from here' and sola to the ,poor people. Itinerant. The root is as indispensable to the four-hundred-million Chinese as is .
9t, to> the suppressed 13enedlctlne Monastery cooks Bet up their stoves lo trie Iftl.t.and their rjge." .
of Sad', Mart I no. founded byGregory derive quite a trade/ in cooked. The Cable
Ginseng is staple on the 'market the ,same as corn, wheat and Company
4 the. Great in the Oth century, fish, meat end maccaronf, and here
cotton. The present market. price varies from $6.00 to $8.50
and now occupied as a Reformatory. you are corralled by a lot of harefooted per
k It contains, however, a beautiful ool- raggedly dressed urchins whit\ pound, while the cost of producing is less' than $1.50. It is easy to .

+ section,....of, Antiquities, among which beautiful eyes and olive complexion, grow and requires very little ground. An acre of matured Ginseng is FRANK E. CHASE. Mgr.' Jacksonville, Fla.
ere the famous ''Metopes" from tbe for a franc to buy tniocaronl, which -.-- ,,", -
worth 40000. There is room in one's garden to several hun-
Doric Temple! of Selinus: .dating\ from they eat with their hands almost red grow SEND FOB CATALOOIR
628 to 400 U. C. hut right out of tile kettle, and in' Ibis dred dollars worth each year. The plant4.hrives thrpughout the United

The beggars of Monreale are the ,.waj" 'manage to keep life In their bodies. States and Canada in any soil or climate that will\ grow garden vege- .
9 most importunate I have ever seen, Scenes'of domestic life may here be tables. We 'sell roots and seeds' for planting purposes and can show . I:
and one )is beselged on every side contloiially -seen' to perf ("tlon. The female' memo
how to make growing Ginseng. There two Full Name
you : money are Remember the
for money and the most ex- bers of the community( are seen working Always :,
"pedient: way to rid oneself of then Is In the open air, going through seasons, spring and fall. With each order we give"full instructions how

to contribute a few centimes, which, !their toilette arid performing unpleasing to; plant and c,.re .for the garden. You can get a good start in this

,,' however, In a day means quite a little. acts of attention to their children business for a small outlay and soon have a nice income. Send two Laxative Rromo Quinine ,
toward Palermo and regardless of. tbe and the
We now turn public gaze
1 visit the Royal Palace, parts of which children themselves are often 'seen cent stamp today for literature tellirfg all about this wonderfut industry.

j are of Saraoenlo origin. Addition? running about the streets utterly devoid '
t, to it were made by the Norman IClngs of wearing apparel. It in. the BUCKINGHAM'S, GINSENG GARDEN Cures a Cold in One Day Crip; in Two."
and it is the only relic ot Norman custom and I believe they do say that ,
-' times left. From the observatory custom makes things proper, or correct GROWERS AND EXPORTERS ,
f the Tower Plan I in 1801 discovered but I myself,, could not just exactly j
;4y Cerea, the first of the Asteroids of take that particular view of it. ZANESVILLE OHIO. .to. % Oft asc.
a .rblob-we-know five, the last I think perhaps It will be better for .
baying been dl.coveredquite recentlyAs MnUh with the customs of the - ----

.. we! are expected to sail,for Naples people before( doing anythlfag else. ATLANTIC COAST LINE
I at 8 p. m.", it is necessary for "us to Every Monday and Friday morningit .-

return to the ship-which we do forth. certainly a sight: to go throughthe i'o.. A.'CARSON t r..ld.... \N C. BRYAN, Secretary.: '! '
with streets in the neighborhood of THE THROUGH CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA.Rnnle 4.
Emperor Williams launch has jest Porta Nolana, where curious and I .., :IX E. .
come along side the Hohenzollen withy must say very animated Fag Fair \ '
his majesty aboard. It Is usually his takes place, wh ;' clothes, shoes
custom to aboard the. Prinzessan, bats, and false teeth and 'OONNEOTIONS. _
go even every
t Victoria 'as It was named fur thin imaginable- in t.he.w.arlnj ap To Ea'.stl ovr= i.ts own Rails to Savannah Charleston, Waters & Carson() Grocery Co.'

Ills daughter the Princess,.but be had line are bartered for and ex- the I Richmond and Washington, t.Qenc Via Penn-

7x sent word that be would be-unable to rhangbd. It happening to be Friday ALL RAaL. I sylvania. Railway. .: ----- -WhoUMl* ... .....u De.r....I.* .
do so, but lnstea.d he sent bushels )fBonloOmelae. I was.fortunate to be able to take ft. v
Y to be distributed among In. In the Ports Capuana Is another To West'Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville .
P our passengers Att-9 o'otock'the: centre of varigated life and hustle. GOCEfI12: :::
signal is given and we begin to move. This is a haunt of the Public Reader, the and Flyer Route" Via Atlanta.-

c, L The Emperor' yacht, and the battleships .Quack Doctors, sell their' nostrlrns occasionally To Via savannah& otean, Steajmship C( parry; for
accompanying him are instantly' stopping to extract, or E as. New York, Phlladelphia and Boston, via Norfolk I
t.4; lighted with electric lamps, glvi >g the "yank" out a, tooth. Then along the .. ..- tj Steamer t.o New York, Washington and Baltimore, .: COUNTY AOBNT9 FOB ,
outlines of their,masts,' flags and all. comes a funeral procession, escorted .Savaonah. and! Merchan" and Miners TI'aDlpor- .i + '
The Emperorat.ands at the grangway by the fantastically. disguised membersof Via Ste msblp. to"tlon C()..for Baltimore and Pbil.adelphl&. HAY' CRATES
lifting his cap and waving-bio-band; the brotherhood to which't.he deceased I Celebrated< Fertilizers I
kerchief and the band on our ship as has belonged The gorgeous Key West...and Via Peninsula, k Occidental Steamship _
;t > well as his, 'plaving the German national coffins which appear in the. processionand GRAIN E T C..
H f . .
Company .
; ) ,
voua. ; ,7"
air, It contain / ,+ .. "fH .. .'., . ClroUr sae Prlc.. .
was certainly) imposing are supposed to .. l J \\I .' .... . ;. "" ,"
sight. the body of the decease !ta .empty. of the eelebr.te4. train $.... York A FlortJ MDMtal.. funds .nJ,iW..i,In tan '; Pvdek.4 .. Asetic.Nea.: i:
r'' f t We,- had been Informed that the The corpse( having aa a rule been conveyed Limited( .go 4 Florida Limited.and 011I1.l Fllf.,, '. ., I ,?. ,+l'.:.";01
a .,. Captain's' Dinner, (a function that to the.cemetery.Tn : '
always takes place aboard the TransAtlantic -, numerous eating houses a: d Quickest Schedules, Superior Service.
; p liners) was to be given at 9 cafe's, especially the Poslllpo are'i Information r.&ea. .ehedutea.ete.eonentttheFnrtteFoideror commnnlcaU II H 1:6E: S PtJKS WOOL.

p.m., everyone dresses for' the cost thronged with people, smut l jf '.!wr J. 8. HART8KLU DlTlilon P..i..n .r A.jnl. rmp. .. ,
Ml. sion. 'The dinning saloon and tables selves with. songs,and careless amuse I H. )I. KMKR8ON.Tr.fflo: M>D'fer. w, 1. CRAIO.'O.a.r.i ..'...."If.r Aan|. .
;Y are handsomely decorated. .The wait. ment. Tbe herds Of goats which are Wllmlama.Ji, C:. Produce Sp'ec laity.Has
Country a.
: ]
Yi ik ers are grotesquely dressed and parade - _
through the dinning saloon earrrtngr "
"An Ounce of Prevention Worth ,Pound of Cur -Ozomulslon Is PREVENTIVE and Curs
different articles of food with different' .Js a a """" """ ""'" \'
colored electric lights adorning them, I II 't

a tlngulsbed while the salgpn. Speeches lights are proper msde.theOfficers are ex I | Go to Your Druggist, Get a Bottle. BEGIN Taking OzomuHon Food Today: [, i tz

of the ship are toasted, to Stood The Test 25 YearsGrove's.
.. which of course each one, replies and: .
;t' ti on the whole it-is a j
t affair, and lasts-for r
after which one Is 7!

Thursday, April yery-ent.ertalnIDIr\; \ .
e 1 'c train the beautful '

next coosidered to the tbe B..yof, ; .. .

m.commences.we are at The anchor Italians{ then are the swarm-noise -t. ITPrevents Tasteless: Chill Tonic i 1

log around tbe vessel, clamoring to '

free; aboard. in order to arrange to I No-Cure-No-Pay. so cents."CUT .
take passengers ashore. We knew Disease :Ii,
. .. hat Naples has always been considered .
Ii i the noisest t'itylo the wo rld< and if Byfcttlfyh -the System against Dlesaeerendering- c:..
tm;; ,this is a sample of what we are going( 'Constitution Strong and Vigorous. It Creates Appetite and Is .

a, VO get when we land,;we are in for it, be Oraatsst Flesh-Producer in the World. It is used and Pr.3 t'
rood and hard. An Italian with
y- a r
telephonic apparatus comes aboard scribed bjr the Doctors Everywhere for Catarrh. Bronchitis'.rasa ,

;,, and connections are made between. the saonia.Consumption,and all Lung Troubles.Scrofula Atvamla.Loss .
:i ship and the city, and as many 'of the fel flsah and Osneral Debility. Examine thaBottls and ses that you jst' IT OUT"says
,, ,passenger left ve the ship here, my wife
I. aDd self included we at once get into

;I communication for comfortable with the quarters hotels. at I arranged the'' '' the doctor to many of his lady,patients, because he doesn'r-| ,4 t

Santa Lucia Hotel J on Ulone 1 know of any medicinal treatment that Will positively cure .womb or .,1(
-- Lucia, near the sea and facing Mount', ovarian troubles, except the surgeon's' knife.
.ft.. Vesuvius, which Is pufflnn'smoke and'' That auch a medlcjne exist however I
; ,, has,been proved by the '.'
i'blowing/ out ashes continually. We
..,felt.orry to leave our good ship hereafter vdnderful cures performed on diseased women In thousands of j
4 e spent '24 days aboard of cases, by n'<
y her. Friends and acquaintances w. The Cod Liver "
had.made during .oue voyage,.. bad to Food-Emulsion Par-EECeilente." Its
- left behind with. additional life elements* WINE .
1t'( very pleasant preserving being Gualacol,
memories, however and new acquaintances .1.1Woman's
Glycerine and the CARDUI
L* t are to be made. Hvpophosphites of Lime and Soda.

After being comfortably located in Writ for . OF '
''our hotej! as to rooms, we repaired to TRIAL BOTTLE '
-r tbe street and took a cab for'a general FREE:
4i "-drive through the city. ,Cab fare here *.OSIIIKSMB M..>.w TMk.
Via the .cheapest in the world. Two I Poc the Aged and Debilitated,it retards waste ReliefIt j

_ +' .o.. Q. passengers,. .1.franc ,,50 centimes ((30 +,' of tissues and promotes digestion.
.-, ar. cents) per hour. It Is.estimated. that *" AH Druggists Bell (t.EDITOR'S has saved the lives of thousands: of weak and'
there are 20,000 public cabs in the. city sick women, "JI
4t. of,Naples, and the speed at which they ...,M J . has rescued thousands ,of others from a melancholy lifetime of t'1.
dQ 'go over the macadamised pavements) 'j'!- ." chronic invalidlsm. It will, if you will only give Jt a chance.,
and the shouting, and 'yelling' .of the1Jtau..a ;: Sold at '
every drug store In $1.00 bottles- It, ..
T'1I ..,.1
) street. vendors with the groups( \ . "

ff k i 'of musicians serve to make it world( f' .. .
.noisest tu the
any doubt' th city, e, t r ( WUnCSAUTTIKfreely GAVXJT IUTOETLEt
narrow and '
streets are very :
l f.?, crooked, tbe.principal, thoroughfare.toledoor }.., .or- and.f frankly, la_strictsst_ton; *. "I wow a support* for yssrs, for' '.fi. ;,
( Via ,Homa, intersect the .' d ncs, UUlne us all your troubles. my womb, which: had evsry I
'4\ and that city ping down before It,Yrttea Mrs.3.J., A
"' :' y :t' the city east of U being ttheb Ancient part ..NOTEWUh"a' Jaiowle geof the 'unequalled( merit. o! 'OzomuMon we tatttiaff4f-! ,We *\M send Fret Advice (In pixie, '<>rlsiaan, MAIIft8YIJIe N.Y.- "isui'G

\''. ; sad .to tfe*'weak Modern, Maple and: ''Ingljr' reeomweiid' our reader to end for a Sample, Bottle., .LEST'YOU FORGET WRITK TODAY' salsd envelops). Addrtas: Udies! fend untold silssry and;;;1 mutt" hardly
:U,*' reitiSeetvrmlhtAitrM'' 'are elegant. 'Advisory Dept. Ths Cba walk. After taking Cardut.I pars up
: """f4w/ .." tadConylneing1IcstlmQuialtlofits.Marvelous: recuperatlre gitd.cUrative.propertiestogetfurwith aa: npot .--y-lIUJIpOI'ter--anc1-ca.1IOW" .' IHS
...' ihIa'/, des T'h popwulalfoa"of-aptss. 'Is.Bearly. f Artistic little .;.book. entitled ""BABYVILLE" beautifully ,illustrated In seven, col1tJ and a ,:Msdldne.Ce., Chattanboca,T na. feet half a day at a tine," :

'.,..1'N.) .<*"' ,MlMebttbep6ople.'Ia'Naples; : .tit J"TRJAIBOT'I't.E.of Ozomulston'Health-Food-Tonic.! will be sent you at once abgolutely' fn tl.. '. I*>J
"''r!" {, ./'" "Address your: Jct.or rtalcard to Ozbmulsion Co, 98 Pine Street New York. '. .r- ,
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