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: November 3, 1905
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00201
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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kBuckmfm Bill, TALLAHASSEE FLA.r.Oct, IS, )90?. are Coming. SEWar: ng Dry Goods Gompatiiy: w
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To .tbe.Tea.obers and School Officer. .
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s--- of Florida :'*'
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the Several Hundred HoeneeekerwIiArrive '
Constitutionality.of Meaaurito It gives( ,me pleasure 'to; aunouoc ,1o"r s"Clothi11g"j Shoes
Dry: Notions
< November 14, ,: : and .
) Bo Attacked In the \ that the next meeting the Sou. then I ., ,. _
Educational Mr. WllbetTMcCOyV agrlculural.aIminigratiuq 1 + \ .
btato Court... Association will be hel< : ' t
In t.be'rlmer- Jointly with the Association of South .agent, of the Atlantic V 'f .. 4 Our Fall'and Winter''' Stock is
following .
The ; appears Coast '
Line ,
Railway Company, returned
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ero,XXtllegei ID Nashville, Tennessee. :
of tbe 17 ih inst..under a Tailshaasee ) comblete
Union date line; :November 22-23, 1905. .' I yesterday from. an extensive: : ''Yilitt.brou"b' 1 . I > In every Department r
the northwest
On account of the meeting; being i ijointone .
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'Judire'Arch: Henry of fake City t there I. :j f 'While. In that section Mr. McCoy See. n
,'the program will be doubly; : its before buying.: t. ,
consultation with
In Attorney circulars .
Interesting. and those of you who bathe < distributed about 10,000 ndvertlstng J//, .

City General. whom Ellis.be representswill The c III. tens. of probably Lake-: Mclver pleasure Jacksonville o"meeth! Dr.last'winter Ch'as., ,D., j rules. lo-Florlda,the cheap, via, the, home Coast seekers Lln.' .':: "'- V W. J. WARING I !"Manager.a:.

Institute legal prooeedllJll.I.o'te..tt.hecooa know which has .already, brought several :-
that
.w$ have an able presiding "
lt.ut.looallt1. of the Ouckmai hundred !ethero the State.
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bill 4- ,oflioer. am positive aid Mr. McCoy,. '111111111111111f111111111111111111111111111111111111111111' { i ;; ; '
"The: refusal- ) of the Mate 'Board tIRducattoo f, The local committees at Nalhme' "''th 1'at on November 14, when odr seconc 1111111111111111111l. ,iii.itiii..<.:(nmtmmi. .
are' makingelaborate preparation
to'convey the,equipment oJ4e home esker excursion' is i i.o 3
: : : to -run
f. ( Uu1verMlty'f Florida, as 'agreec( i for entertaining the aeeociatluptllutbLFStea Florida we; will brlnu' several hundred -
l will be reasonable, and .Our Fall Ic
lc a meeting! "of the JoJbt) / ,oo-rdl.J, ut lYI;] hotel"'headquarters and'; ''minor detail settlera. '''The, eyes of' ,mao;)' Annouticement V

.. wS, IL.LbIU:6UI'.9-L.&reat.: d" IUll.tl.factf.....- ..,lILbepubll.hed.I.I.eI'. ., ;-. 1 ,' prominent farmers' are-turned toward W
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Florida, and I have been assured the.
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ion...Jt has;been understood by ,the peo- I All railroad companies sell',' on rouoPfrlp Jfoitpm- many Will settle beN:. =' ''' "'- *"It every man in Kissinimee.. and surrounding'' country 3,
i betl/COth and 211t.w111 | t
.-- l'le, ' O :lnen1l1e for some time' tha' tickets for one first class fare plu "Upon the arrival of the seconc ::: to sec, .tins magnificent style show.", We ]have done ,our part'wel1.'spared. 3, ,

"the Lake City'people) would tote, 25 cent*.from' all points to. NashvilleTenneeste excursion I' -, a'no going to .make an E no,expense or pains In our'oll'orts to gather for this Men's Dress ExhibiMoi '

the Constitutionality of 'ihe Buckmatlll. : Fare for round trip fret effort members to get several of the of party the most to visit prominent tbe- , Moi tne' latest and best .in every Article apparel for men- and boys: '
}\ : tbelr'prrtext, fordoing so lx>lni t' J"i .
Jacksonville will be'$1L25. State Fair atTamoa, so that they can .r.Our'
-TTe.refusal of President Sledd -of t.be'. '" Southern Hallway from Jacksonvill get a fair idea( wbatFlorida! raises.'" 4 *m v # 3

State University to admit a studen to Chattanooga, and N. C. it St. "L. -/Times Union.' . .. . ..c = '. 3,

who wa not qualified.\ under the provisions ,: from Chattanooga to Nashville, rth Notice of Public Meeting. E :::::

Of the U'uokman mil. .. 'Florida' delegation will leave Jacksonllle 1 Celebrated High Standard
The fight cannot commence too loon We hereby request the citizens oOaceola ; 1r
November 20th, 7.45 : .
Mondfcy, county, abd especial! Klslmraee >
to suit the people of Gainesville, all p. m., arriving at Chattanooga IO:4ra to meet at the Opera 'Hous. E'' 1. :.Q .GUA NTeEc CLOTHING.' 3 ';

of whom are anxious, to hare the .. m., avowing four hours.. envoi' on Friday,"' *ov. 3rd, At 7, p: m;, to rot
'question settled.The people of Laki organize for the purpose of cprryin; =, he styles, whjle'cut the newest shapes and tlatest materials
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Lookout
City, that Is the masxea, ire aim over with ample lime 'to Visit : Oxceola County 'DHY," and to de'V11l8 -. =: ," ,I, ate just fresh from the tailor shops of the makers. Sr. ;
Mountain, Chlckarnavigb Park, etc ways and means for the. aooomplliihment I .. V.
equally anxlnua for a final settlemen Leave.. ? hattanooga' at 1:25: p. .jtn.arriving of this end: ( 'Our Celebrated 'Pennant. 'Brn.nd'Pan ts. == '()
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of -constitutionality. of the law, Nashville at 0.55 '11. ( Signed) W. l>. Makinson, -J. R, Ir;
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and! tt. Is to \)('hoped that Judge Henry -,,! wjl! Gilbert, Jr., H. P. Jackson, J. H. Gilbert We, have today received!,! 'a complete line; they are made of .3 ftS
dining Cars!
The Southern Railway
will DO longer; delay the. Instituting,: Sr., L. C.'Drlggs, C. W. Dann, ::::: .;! I the latest materials and newest shapes. Hats and ffirn-' ==
serve bieakfaut before ,reaching Chat M. O. Waring, Geo. H. Morrison. F. I I I ''
of legal proceedings in thamstter. fojho ; tanooga. o G.-ThomaHon, M.D.. B. C. Miller" I E.? 'E Ii 'lhina-s- ,we carry a complete line. :::::

one at all acquainted with the situ thl l11 P. Dann; L. C Conklln, F. Middle I "
desiring attend
All persons to Shoes Shoes I
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atlon ever doubted that It was. the Intent brooks John L. Moon, W. R. Molt [III >- .. :
Invited tjoin
.. meeting> are most cordially tyre L. A. Minx E. -A. Nlemeyer, J. '
ion of+ rtainLskeCttyheeto. do+ } the delegation} at Jacksonville. W. Miller J. M. Willson Jr., Z. W. ==\ i 1't' We carry :a big line o.t.., the. best make:. .Try vur $ZSflO: ,

other wise from the moment they wen Information relative. to reserv&llo Bass, R. h. Baser G. H. Ivey, W. Eo E. patent leather they are strictly"up-to-date on''style and ,e

caught In the trap which they had Bet of berth, e-tb., will be furnlahed 00 Keen! J. 'Thompson,.E.! H. Raj net,, ::: shape, We guarantee them not to crack, or we will'returp. "mGII
'Tallahuluoe L. WlUlam*,, C. L. Bandy, Georg
Gainesville Barlow, ) ::= ki
fur your.
J. C. Lusk Dlstrk money. ANMD'
application I to Gardner; W. C. Gilbert, E. D. Hogan, .' F caaatm,
and DeKunlak.Should :. Passenger Agent Bouthern Rallwa,. J. M Gardner Z. Phillips, J. A. 5 .rsaastwa 3

the courts decide" the law 108 West Bay Street, Jacksouvllle, Lancaster, Goo. A. .Gilbert, 'Thee' = GOODS 3
nncoiistltutHonal. the .various Slat Bandy, A. L. Davidson, Lee Bandy : DRY "
or the undersigned C. W. Griffin, Jno.' L. Reaves. M. Coiner ., == <" ,
schools remain as they !were prior tithe v *
:.A01Iurtber Information will\ be mot < :
Bryant Prei>cott, J. L. Overstreel t,
_ Huokman Bill, except: that then. cheerfully furnished byCU J.' W. Poster, 'W. E. Bass J. W. E We al -o carry ,acompletollneofj 'V
I would be no available, funds will M HAMPTON' .Hampton, L. H. Parker, J. Z. Robes... g

which to conduet them,a'nd 'Qnve.rjtoiH State. Director and Manager of S. E. A. son,, U. (',. Stanford a. L. Lupfer, J.' 5, '
would face the alterui.tlvmL 'Auderllo1.* N. U. Bryan, 'J. H '. Dry Goods, .
liroward (for Florida! State Department of Graves, Jr., H. J.' Darn. O. Cm. ::::: QJ .t .
> ot deprlvingthe children of Florldif Education, Tallahasse, Florida. martle,.. W S. Harwell, D. C. Lee., C. Trimmings '
.of the a 1 vantages of higher educalloi J. Woodall, C. E. Yowell, C. A. Cat...: : MilHiiety! ,,,

.. lul' two years, or calling\ an extra sea OSCBOLA,,jIWj1 SCHOOL.. 1e0.W.' U..Hlnton. \; 2' '
"*" For lack of time all the citizens were op ... ::
: 5kitsa'acets
Ub dun .of the LegOlature to make: .ppru- WEEKLY BE PORT. ,. DOt solicited to sign the_ petition, bu: a ?, -GapesT

HO prlatlon for opel'a..loi"ibe ,Unlrergltj. First Grade.-The pupils are. ver;, all who.are ..interested. areoordlall../ 1l'._ mw ,".
and the other State! ,school, much, interested in the leading as we, Invited to be present. e ', '. : and ,Shirt Waists. \ ;
m- learn new words and sentences. '\ A .. '
"Lay MacDuff{ and damned bi Jt.. "--,
on Second Grade.-The, ,work: this ,week 1 -. UUSeries of Meetings. ::= >= 0: ..'.....
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he who Brat cried 'hold., enough. shows an improvement in neatness a. e .d .. .
Oa.luesvllle Sun. the teacher is preparing some numbe; To the Thinking Public in and about '
work: for the Ii all'. Kissimmee; ::: :;! '" QJ ,I
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A .llallowe'en Party.' Third Grade.-We bad a spellingmatch / We most. earnestly Invite y.u to attend -' = Q E M. KannerJ,' Co I .
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Friday afternoon the "A the series of meetings beginning = ; ;
alrl'rClub . . ..
evening the = _
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Co Tuesday class against the "B class and with the dedication of ourchurch Sunday 'IoJ
entertained their young men when there were only two ]left stand Nov. 6th,' : as: "and
friends', at.a HalloweVn party an unIque Intf. Ethan,Tyner In the "A" class! We have been fortunate In slOurlDQtbe < V N xqoKls..iJJ.'lme ,Drug Co., ?

feature of which was that the, and;Alma Gibson In Abe "11"- class,,. services of Rer IB. Lv .Denh-ara ai; 5= ,* one ddori'rpm' State Bank, s l', *.
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yonng men were. not apprised {.as ] the toterdlt became very Intense. our evangelist, man of large exper: 47J
wherelhefestivitles were' -to be held, Fourth Grade.-This grade has fence and ability.. preacher evangelist :?il1 il i l11111111il111111111111111111il111111il11 UIIULUUIIUUhUIUUIUIiilt
and while the boys had to' walk: over been doing good deal of language and )Jecturer.It . .
town quite "number of times In their work.: They are doing very good general 'neither our purpose nor desir .. ..,' .
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search for the place of entertainment, work. *. to swell our church membership! with -,-- -
they say they were fully repaid for Fifth Grade. This class shows a unthinking: enthusiasts. ; but we do "To Constittiera Electricity K1tiNN M1VS N rv

their\ trouble when they did find it. marked: Improvement recently In-\' pen want thoughtful men and,women tc Nolloe hereby given, that.in orderto
The young ladies were finally localed -. manshlp. hear the. simple truth as U Is revealed bve.3'our lights burn regularlyand
in the old vacant Campbell residence Sixth Grade,-This srrade Jj. studyIn la God's Word. at all times, if troubled reports ; "
just above Mr. Kali's, and of the verb. .We are not making aacrifice and effort -
the
/_ properties nust be turned in to the Plant not ,later '
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while the house was devoid of furniture Seventh. Grade.-This class is at' In your midst to gratify selfish ambition than-4:30: : p. m.. .
of any kind this fact did not'detractfrom -- work in mensuration, covering problems ;but rather to bring' strong.hon- E. B. Smith,

the pleasures of the oc a- .in..circles, ..pyramids. .and. _cjlln estp.and earnest men-and women face .Superintendent-!
lion;but iath added -.r. ;poveltea- der!. _ to face with Christ, throughhjs. revealed -- : .
ture: 'HIGH SCHOOL, DEFT will.Business: Special Low Round Trip Rates ,

The young ladle had provided a- The High-School) pupils are busj men this means good. Via the Atlantio'Coast'Llua, Chattanooga ,. .,11I'1
galnflt'tlie;absence of chairs Jjy.brlng- his week with written. examination: professional_men,_laboring men, and ,:fTenn. and returll-' oe first "- 1-
ing along sofa pillows and cushions, in mathematics, science! latin and lit men of lel ure. this call -is to you:!I, clans fare plus 25o. Tickets sold) Nov :

The evening was!' (spent in playing erature. Mothers wives- daughters, we include jih nd'9iti,,flnal limit Novemberl5th. , _
games appropriate to the occasionand Music. you!. Nashville Tenn., and-return:-One I '
partaking of the delightful. re.frathments .- The music department reports t.be We are llere for the good of. this first claas Tara plus 250.rickets'llold

which the young ladles enrollment} of several new puoils. community, and the glory of God in Nor, 20th and .21st.. Final limit' December { +w ,
had preparecTfor tbe ooca of noble man V '. V ,_, V ''t
thoughtfully ."" ART. the building UD pure 30th. ;j'V 4'LVV :: -
lob. : hood and WOlD a obood't.hroulb'. Christ Information call on V
t.o"t.be further
There1 wa.e one addition clan For .' V
The young men express themaelreaas \ this week: making now a total of sev, and ills teaching.- Ticket: Agent or'._. i i'f 4
ps.
under many obligations. to the enteen. Several girls are beginning 'Drop your business -every evening, J. S. HARTSKLL: D. P. A* : py "
young' ladles for.a most delightful. eve water color.palnr.lng. The charcoal, except Monday and Bat.urd. ay at 7:15: ; V _Tampa, Fla, : I

. ning. ...'.:..s..-_ work is satisfactory.. drop drop your preconceived prejudice, if you ideas have on any that; I 'f ,i:
your Piles.
EIXXJOTION. Ouamteed cure for
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& Company.In .
tl M. Kanner little .
which have or no
elm you given
l The pupils in the elementary
t this week's columns appear before struggling with vocal .physiology,,, thought; be frankwith us, be true-la Itching, Blind Bleeding .or protruding f N'N'W i
are '
r Mr. K. Kanner Mgr, of the correct breathing and articulation,, the highest and'beet that Is In' you, Pile Druggists refund money REV. 'B. Q- ,0HHAMOF: :, YORK CIT'(,;, .
If ,me. : ,advanced pupils art think: cooly.'camly, and deliberately, if Paeo Ointment (alls to cure any
! new firm of' M.Kano r&Co..tllepOIu" doing while the work more in vocal expression and] and be honest with yourself and with case no matter of how long standing, $ Rev U. Q.'Detihim'for l the past six.jearepasteir of the l ) First Chrluti ,

ular Dry Goods House, established In construction of gesture.. God. In 6 to 14 days. First. application .$- an. Church New York City Mr., Deobitn ,will be .the principal.! p./
this with most up-to-date itock At the Christian'' Church every gives ease and rest 60c. If yourdrtfgHst - the ,
town 'services ChurchSunday {
speaker at the dedication. Christian ,
night, at 7:30 .until further notice.Song hash't it send boo in statnps it
of everything In the.llneof( wearlDIf for REWARD.Jacksonville services begin at 7:15: sharp.- will be forwarded post-paid by Paris Nov. 5tB7'"and will continue with tbe church In a protracted meeting;

men, women and children Mr, .K. E H. Ray ner, Minister. Medicine Co.. St..Louis. Mo., .U "RerHQ. Q. Denhain Is a'preacher of the gospel of ut .u.lpower. "r
Kanner Is wide awake and up-'to. Fla., Oct. 16 1965. w' Kansas ''and ....0rt.bUy'wead R'
a The Southern Stock Growers LETTER TO H. COSNER, He has been called the "Talnjage-, ; right!
date merchant and his Intention' Is to Association organized for the pro KISSIMMEE. FLA.' Notice of Garnishment the title lie is an earnest:lituden'of the bible and a conrino--' ,

satisfy bis. patron 'and he believes in motion of the best interest Of thstock Dear Sir: You are a teacher: here's JD County JudgVi Court,OiocoU County, FJ.. !lag speaker- Is witnessed by the large ''number of convert' lathe

treating everybody right. By btfy'lngfrom growers, fully appreciating 'the One for your boys: jAUjc-Ur '- meeting. Just closed j"-:.Kansas City Times. .*, t, a
will convince yourself. efforts of the County Commissionersof If the painting costs two or three j Civil ACtiOD. and f
him you Osceola County to put a stop _ts'ence : the and Monday Bh1eld "The vast audience woe charmed. held spell-bound 'by'tbe] commanding .
times much paint, one '
' y See his advertisement on first page. cutting. And other. deprediationsdetrimlnal alntitoes as twice as as far'as another To Monday Shields defendant .nd nil others ;r thoughts eW4ueDr'words of .R r.. :1B."Q.-Penhatn'.of New s

4 Mr. W.:A. MoCool) was called bomb to the best interests of bow much are those two paints worth You whom are It may herebr ooue.rD notlned: th.l writ of .O.r-' York: CHy',"-;"-Buffalo... Examiner.. .. .
owners. ... the stare O OM, Y
Monday, stock: growerdrand'troperty If Devoe U worth. 1.40 or $1.7 a l.hment h boo U.ued 14
A business telegram on rewardof tbe h ndi of lh. 'Al- dNKVVNNKNN NANAtiVK KNAMti'NN4NM1. .
supplemental that
hereby offers bow much is. the other. oneworth nil your rrooert1111 .
but will be down later for a longer for the arrest gallon, '' ntla COM! \ Co. has boaiGanntabeed \ -
two hundred dollars ? : baton
anyhow od that nnleMpM .pp..r .
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,, and conviction of any party or The answer.Is: Depends ontbe paint. ...I4 Court on the bd.yol December.. D.
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visit.New of such acts, and at IIX6. judgment: by dcfMUL wilt. be .nt.ndagLlnet . .
guilty Is lent '
to ?. parties The reason : paint always" '
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th la time desires to say that. it will paint. Noy..lrd.1001.100. - I. A. LANCASTER.PI.lnlHr. \"t .i; c'; ,
Angle and Wilson, the large fur- 'and assistance !
its oo-operatlou false and
offer There are t.rue.d. paint
will have MAYN RDLUMBER Co.
Uartow, Counties t
Culture dealers of Commissioners\ of other '' ,
hort-teasure.
eady for delivery October lit, their to a similar way,. to the end that the How rnuch Is a short-measure gal- ,Notice of Garnishment. '. :
of >
aatnmoth catalogue, descriptive. property, owners shall be protectedhrpughout Jon worth? How much Is false paint tll County Judge's Court, OwseoU County,Tie. :
egood.they, handle:; You can"'getne the State. worth? How much la Davoe worth? A.Ltncaabrvs. SaW' 'iilsE'
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by addressing" then. a post card.aey Dated at Jacksrnvllle: Florida, There are millions a year In the an- \ Cld AotloD.8.mll.lMoultl7. Planing .
? handle all kinds of furniture October ((1699&, by order of the .wer to this last one. *.-, ;
matting/ -window." ;shades, etc., and Commltte of Urt South truly . To Bamnol M ultry. defendant aiD 4. ally. other, t .
Execuslve: Yours whom a& may eouorrot operation. House. bills Furnished! i
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I have docided' to knock'thebottomi out Stock Qcowers Association, F W DEVOll & CO notified thai a'writ' of CarUhment Now la Complete'
k (of prices.; They also take care'or all i ISaafern :1 New 'YorkV You are baa hereby.been tuned ID the above ..u.., Yellow and Pitch. Pine'Timber' and Lumber pf>ll K1A4*. ,jW.
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Imatterr !<: la the
alnlo" to, undertaking: /1/ and '' property :
in pre ) to Trade. -" .latnUo coast Line R. R- Co. has .... OIR: ERS 'n'I: .oi:: iD'r.; .. Zvi
,; I| all parts'.Of South Florida.,. WeI Has i Stood tile Test 28 Years\ Spec;** th nliheed and that aleM-- TOO appear been . ... ''t't
f take pleasure lit reooomendlng them .special' sale of all 4as the 4th day ot.Den.rberA. U (
Orove'tiTisteleisChill We will make a> .Id pot : . ,
Ito oar The old, original/ mute Jadsment .by defaultwill ;-be.',,enteiwl MAYNARD .L'MB. .d(Co; a7M::' t
Informant--reWel'-Bartow. .; Courier Tonic.' You know what you are OiDIl am..'.. ,,12Jo :lln reduced to Doe again', : ,J ',.,.'."... , ,. '. ...; ;. -. oW,- .. . . .. ... 1 1r
; Angel and. Wilson the, freight, taking, Ulelr*.. abd t I quinine In a Monday only. ? . rj :.A..C.8Taa.' <<. -
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pays .. 500. "W.4RI1 tq DJiY(1co1oeCo; :Nktl.! 001. ,fwD" B JIIJIBaDl,0. :
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tbre.hol4>} and OlJ'rndiDlf'me with offrrt _! _' 444- I : PANICKY IN RUSS

she was confident 'would meet with sk .
) 1 rebuff that would only add fo tbo a* -
k ii, ... 'no3ilnce and danger of -the situation. Florida "

j.roSJte\ : exprrrslon Is n u ugly man though and coarse seemingly beyond ,'. ateNewSj Czar's Troops Given, Orde'to

..honest and very determined In hit Shoot to Kill.
of ] \ '. wlsliclE:' So, when sun saw mesunk Inlenpair
.4 .. V\JLLIONS.j and anxious: for death, she did Governor Expresses Appreciation' May Re-Establlah Army Post.
j not attempt to 'reason: with me, bat, I At Lake City the following order"waa While passing the barracks lit SF} ..1"
I rather humored iu>' In my determination. Issued by AdjutaJiC4eneral J. Augustine occupied by tbe regular WILD REIGN OF TERRORStriker

: ]M6mlHlug me nu effective. poloon, Clifford II, Foster upon the ,breaking army years agobut now vacant. President .
J ; By Am Kalkarino Greco : 'yblie' secretly 'resolvedupon furnish- up of Camp Broward, it being similar Roosevelt stated th' the would,
t Jug mo with a lrugjj ot merely simulated to the order issued upon the.conclusion ifelp the city's board of trade In Us I Close Electric Plants and 'at.
PvRas?. *.... S ASC ? .ONNm S.IS. death.' 'I<'or It she could show me -'of the camp of the Second. negl-, effort to pave the post re-establlahvd.. Petersburg la In Darkness,' I.
j to this Moutelll in state tbat forbad '
j
a
I the baa
Orlando president
at
roent : This statement by '
; all further: 110J.e on his part. she "General Order No. 30: Upon: the again given the citizens! hope aVl another Rebellion Spreads' Rap4dly.'
thought his pi'roecutlous might cease Empire. -
of the o( the first made with the war Through
\ close encampment effort, wtU,be ,
and Unit we inlclit: plitnln the opportunity .
( for escape which seemed' oar Infantry and artillery corps' the .commanderla 'deportment to have tbe. post establishcd -;- !
only nerurlty, Hut vben the drug having : chief deems it.but -)properto again. st. Peterburg "waa In total 'darkness' '

<< I worked, sht let the miserable ciea express his appreciation the. The bdrracks are strongly' built of Friday night the strikers bar;
: \ tine In.and .showed him the re alt of' general Improvement maile"( in ."the coquina rock "And have been standingsince lug the afternooa :
/ Importunity and *my, dlstrens; he 1 brief period, during whlcl). tbe' com- the anclekU city]) was first built; during .... .' stopped. the
| wus so overcome ,by what lie pleased mand has'been .in the' field for Instrilc. being, for-years, occupied by the Spanish machinery of the electric light plant .
I. L., : to call the benuty of my taco thAt his tlon. 'monks. They' bae; --been kept ,In The l>last link' df the railroads bindIng .' ..
: : pnnHlon took a newturn, and be only> "While considerable good work baa 'perfect order by the United States! the capital :WIth the out"r'W ld '

1 i : thought of lui\liij my picture painted, been" 'done and great strides mads government. .People 6f the city are late at Qlght when '
broken the
., 1 stud by means of .exbibltlou. reap [ Ir.' the deslied dlr'ectldn> of improved' : auxlovs that the soldiers! ; occupy the was '
; that fortune.. from features winch Finland' road suspended .service between .
: my there'remains Inure board '
,. efficiency much luIP same again and to ,that *-nd the ,
: be bad Tall('" to obtain from my voice St. and.lhe Finnish :
: accomplished before the 111'0 per of trade. l Is going to try iolnt'ercrtI Petersburg ,
i I j "It makes 'lIIe blush to tell you'this. '
,
,itanrtard >s reached and it Is hopa-1 border. Telegraphic communication u
I
1 war department.
1 him.but Aflncl.afelt:fo .nictoly powerless!: l<'lJIn., fl'ollJilin to refuse j I, that all ofTccrs ,oncel'ned. front tit a -' still 'open but (there, la a. possibilitythat ,

tinr'i>: u>lH' Hint bl would leave me highest to the lowest, upon\ their ro V? each fchlp of the C"lyde-4.1n!, onevery the .cable operators 'may be compelled
: lu'ieuflter tiuJmluHiccl. sliQ accepted ; turn to thitlr: home stations! will continue t I trdln from tho east and ""west '.trlke'of A
general
, 1 i from him the money which was nee i( to apply the lessons } Rraed' a' the advance guard of the' teat I\rnp' Unjoin a JelegMphors. .
; vary \a roW the vouch as lie desired. this* encampment: and put) forth c\orv I ol winter touriets: are arriving In FlorIda -
I
; < c lie ilcsI: naleJ tbe aril he to made.. : ( ,
; as ( meant :
': tourists with podlcs, with dictator, has ordered. the troops
.' / i eniploy.: That I MiouM\ Wnkiv; .fIle 1I1t3ryi"t\ Is A'constant' one, Itt.volving .-' ; .
c.me '1l1i1 and 'with handsome touring lo' shoot to. I kill should a demonatra!
I
i ktC'Iut slio truttiHl that Bliojld '
; tte | com.cltmtl'JI\s*| and tealouu lIt-
1 !' earn. The ,I'dc J of. iratit'l'to l Florida, m ;
\ : find you II gentleman, uiul \>o have.inueij pllcatloii of' all the rules and regu)'itlons | than u Q made.i .
I : furllcr:/ this arseon than tis-jal, an 11I I
l1 so so tlint t do not believe you /governing military service, 'in .The wont alarming reports clrculaUng -
I I 11w Ind:ca'icns' that the taRttx of i iucekore are
will lielfa.v. this arc
u. even It fiuitl'" Ini '.
I !the pod that !?e"llva organizations '
e
:: >> linviii- home neekerg an's. I Ira'WtJril about affairs In the south ofRiJsin.
.t flsi's.tipoii plt""tu't'
i ; a lulntln; COI11I.\t!
j jbtlte
,be roAlntalned! throughout the |
; 1 from this sketch" : may will \ttf lah&'r'than evtr li<-, : l'rtv'aierIpu'rts received In
Year. ]I.I I. -
'? "A painting? lie (duill never baie 'Is lore. A glii.cu: :atjrthe Hotel regiBt&'r' St. I'Diersburg are enlj to confirm (be
\ the; skelob' even!" exclainaelyoutig- / Ucgruw |'I that"It comulander-lnrf-Jiief with pride\ and satlstact' I' of I be holding' liwels i plainly! L Khowthut !! : ],*torl s of the mutiny on board the battj tjtleshlp
; "$ee your features in the grasp I the announPS the winter- Tourist seanon 'In Florida
. Catherine ll .. \ deetruc. t
anijfthe
; | to the command the compliment : .. \
of n coarse in nil anxious to make has JJritol proprietor! '
opened
paid hy the Prealdent\ of the Vnlt"-l up. f lion by Incendiaries. of the battleship
} expoxlni them to j :
money public I
; tty : havo letters ( of letr
received upon op; Patelliu idrmcrly Knlas Potemklne.
) view! Never; ;Not If I hive to ("de States on Saturday!' last, when the rt'tt'rvlltlon. :, <.n
>' I I troop of Camp his tire requesting for ro u.I In the Interior of Ilnrsla the people
stroy- : Brow ard acted as
(
k t : "Don't! she cried grasping Ills| hand I oacqrt 'of honor III Jacksonville. I I I pier, nnd. farollk'sr! ;,. for-the winter have neither 'snail nor newspapers

.. ) hers for he had made a no\cmoct "The president upon that occasion months and are ).be rwey lo the wildest stories .
. ) It to tear the drawing lie.had made.',1 was pleased to say that he was 4erymuch I -- I of .wnat? Is occurring.! In some
.. !' 18 a dmisorous man. Annetta gratIfied I over the appearaijo-j I l'1'oldlet1y I \ all buildings to be \me<1I l towns a reign of terror Is ,reported

$ Is not to bo Iriisfod. If he.> dc.... .I .f tlip troops In service uniform, and .I during the state fair, to bo held !nTamra. to exist. '

deception toblch this old friend I applauded l their' soldierly bearing ro- November 15 to 30, have been That the present situation cannot

ifl ; mine has nulijcfted' him wlmt mayve marking further that they lo (. I not expect( In the> '''"T of persecu- ncsHlIke, and desired that his thanks J the various counties representedate. prevailing In the higher government '

',. ) ; Y Indl iod._I dnrt> not trust myself I l Ia e tendered to them for the service* i I now, 1'0minK I In! for the pitri, >o e of arranging Orcles; which from moment to "
this uukuown'waft'a nlt'relell. I the had! rendered all'bls escort of their boothR. which will be moment are expecting conflict: between ;

; I )-.!"rather he thought' me dead honor.* By command .of the Governor. i tho most elaborate-and attractive everBeen I the troops and the revolutionIsts .

'. !! '"Till what J, CUFPORD FOSTER, In the south. Tbe clamor for I! In St. Petersburg and. nnwa of l'

I I "Till: I con fly his reach or Ho merge: 'Adjutant General Major General 1.'. space in every department continues I{ I trouble In the provinces especially!' at
,. In some other Identity that he S. T." i without abatement and !In spite of tilt'large Kharkoff. which has been declared" i ia ltt>

.: I ': never dare approach me again I' I j number of buildings dei-tia con state, of war.
> derable: difficulty Is being<< rxnrrlttrc The of KIcfT has been-Is.
bc r as a lover or a friend. Fever Situation at Penucoia. | governor
Pretty coward! And so you will not ; For the first time In many weeks :I I out In supplying tIle demand! However. I ,Rtructed to take all necessary meaa-

... me to manage this map. I do only one new case of yellow fever I j j I I lh ; fear him." was reported to the slate hcvalUi j I Rive every county, person and firm an government and thus commander ot
; "You :ire not a woman." I hoaid. in Pensacoli. last Saturday..1 opportunity of exhibiting and room 'the troops are unable to maintain.
h "True. Vchl, I will humor this-wlilm. Tliree deaths however. occurred, but'I will be made for all If 'additional) : One of the most prominent member

-, I will take- the picture and to-morrow:. all.' of the patients, were expected: ta "I building have: to bo !ercctd.F . of the emperor's council said wttb :e'
11 petta may send him ta'mr ntndln. :
J every evidence of deco! emotion
: : I (110. as their conditions were critical ;II
ft : ; ' sweetly, may, and I'without i nope that -J"ouUi.' the night revlous.; The report has. r Melvin TucVcr, one of the largest '!I "The situation Ik .a 'grievous and a ,
"
'Mi," she murmured sMibe fesj-r' i might given the state! health .officials and the' cattle dealers in South Florida'has i I, painful one. and I seeenoway' out
; ''look, 'unmistakably full of sup physicians of tho city more encour I recently moved his fanrlly to Dado of It, except by the employment of
.L':,: e4 love; "bow can I thank you agemeut than they have had In many. City and bought the stock farm!! of 11. armed force. please do not misonder'stand

J& ;your sympathy How can I re weeks, and they believe that In -iesu,'C. Griffin, and will ,bsndle. grass and me. I ,iook- upon :'tbo prospect
--- you for your goodness I than a week, tho-fever'can be slImpe.out. : grain-fed beef in car loads and with tears' but K I.' becoming moreand .
I '67 such sleep! he answered. And so far as new cases are concern dressed meat to smaller plareft. ;Time 'n ore evident- that the troops will
', ='l1er band in. his, ho carried It /d. provided the present fumigationwork Dido'CIty Ice works will begin< drying bo compelled lo fire.I can so no

: bit lips' .when. suddenly from the \ contliuies. I' nd ,curing all kinds ofrfresh meat othec possible outcome, The, revolutionists
_ y"'b y"I! ; )" communicating with the other This however., Is problematical aa I Ion,._ November 15th. They expect to and terrorists are' 'absolutely'

, a 'Voice, penetrated Jiarshly : the funds, of the' state are,being'usedWllh 1 :pt-a very 'largo business._ ;They' have bent on forcing & conflict upon us,
',
.the apartmentcrying,?;\ 'ith and nothing we can do win featlsf/
; :vy, the proviso that thecity'pfflelaJs I')\l.trra cold storage J'om'and will euro:
"And marked foreign accentP'F{ ) l :; F ' d'cluieni give' the st-a.teboard their t'I meal .'for: the local .farmers. :,The flaw them. The extension of the ,suffrageand

I p : ;your .business wbo may here you?"be,11 air. nnd' what'hearty'cooperaUo7 Dr. .Porter states Sop exceedingly ,1I1rge- and good ; the right ,of "lelJlbrll'ilt. be. I

Lf :, that 'this !s not being done.. One citiZen -: this .s aROD. 'j nothing to them They are determined
f i to hare bloodshed, and we con-
F CHAPTEH VI. secured:<< a temporary: .restraining' I avoid\
., A. srnpHisE.!: order to prevent the fumigation of E.lward Lamb white, who shot and not the issue. It la a frtgbtful;
f: "' To the sound of a scream from the lila house. This fact wes wired to killed Christopher D. Kennedy also 'disease from which RussIa is suffering
I ; .?* lips young Degraw turned. President Hendry of the s tat onboard. white in Manlteo countytwo; )'CIIUI. and alld'and painful as |ILls the -

__ him. In the doorway I have The fumigation work with the exception : ago was handed at"the county jail government, must act with force." '
_ : ( be saw ..taDcUngtl1e slight, of this cae ,and some others, has. at Bra4.deni.own\ la tjme, presence ot one A Warsaw" special' saya: The governor
and unprepossessingfigure of a progressed nicely, and( .has' been tho hundred .witnesses.; JAmb Insisted: on genera! has ordered l the troopS '

so evidently It'allan in his appear means of preventing not only the hating his photograph taken before to shootevtry sgitator'4lnught armed.

.. ." and bearing: that It did not need spread: but of reducing the cases, ant going to the gallows and was perfectlycool ,- At tod the governor, has ordered
/ 7 hurried bound and startled ex the more conservative clement lu Pen- throughout. At tbe tort _of'the the officer* in tho event of disturbances
of the Portuguese for to act without
recognize In thin ; him sacola hope that it will continue for. gallows be affectionately\ said 'goodbyeto I mercy. -
b : menacingIntruder".'another week .. his son, sister and brother in lav/ I \
8ign6r MontelH.
| ,iSo kissing: each! of them and asking them SITUATION. AT PENSACOLA. .:
.
so we are to wind wltb a
4 t. ," thought be and up The Southern Bell Telephone an l to !jieet him in heaven.The I \
; instinctively
Nina Cases
New
of : .
Fever and Tw
., between till* stranger and the Telegraph: coippany. who. for.the pa 8t, ---- I *; .
figure o( the slgnoriaa. I few months have been 1 : endeavoring to peojle of Miami "nave been" ; Deaths !Friday's Report. ,:
r i But the precaution seemed needless." I construct! a long distance telephoneline greatly Interested In a case which The fever summary in, Pensacola! ..

the flra ''Wordll uttered! by the Por. connectfg Gainesville nod JackHonvllle I waa on trial.In the circuit court for Friday was aa' follows' : New'cuea 9, \
; C!', the Italian broke Into a harsh ', and through Jacksonville tlia (curteenday.a. Oscar T. onklJn. who' ttalcaat'a 626. deaths 2. total
and drawing'.the old'crone after outside world, seems ta be meeting i was charged with embezzlement. from deaths 74, discharged 374. under treat .
.,"- left the rooiri and shut the door with a great many disadvantage) At 'the I office of the Florida! East CoaatRlcctr'c ment T, ;.
him. Mr. Dt';raw. surprised tie! beginning those 'entrusted to th t Light ('om'pan,., was dlschargcd Although the number of cases re ,
; 1 ) this sudden departure stood 'star duty of securing a right of wawer'' -> as tbe outcome, the jury bringingIn ported shows but little decrease tho

.(; .while tbe slgnorlna trembled flow! the contractors: delayed ttia A verdict, ( not guilty after being officials are nevertheless not discouraged
she seemed In danger of falling. and believe that
work\ for acme tl'me on account of out of the. court Tootn for fifteen raintiles. a big reduction
!It very strange.1" quoth the failure! to will! be noticeableIn. three or four
the. couch''lIe did not seem tonotice macles hnvo deliver> been-l/oles placed and In other the Wfo o>l>y- day. \
-
: was empty, and that you ,
living and breathing before him. the work.: The latest obstruction Of the many' conventions to be held '
- ; Portuguese cannot be. as tine to comes from Strrke, and Is in the na- In Tampa during the Florida state fair SOUTH TO' AID ROOSEVELT.
4 as bit thought. She must have tt'Iof a LIU ot Injunction prohibit.lag period. none will be or greater Im- .......- I 't

; him that you woultl w.ke-" the crossing ot the tracks. of the. .. lance than that for organizing In Carrying{ Out 'His Fight for Railroad ,
.obI! Seaboard Air -Line."in ..
husbr!
broke from the southern municipal league, which will Rate Control. _. :
girl's lips, as the door .
opened he held Thursday, November 16. This The New Orleans Picayune has.be.
$ and'the old woman stepped" In. election just.held In Faaco'couny onventlon will be held under the BUS-
; am so bewildered, I .do not know to.decide whether the county would: ulces of the Florida state fair assoclatloa -, gun a.clln".s of southern democratic ,.
- to make of all members nf.'Pr.I"Anl .............. . .<
; this. And leaving <-'1..e saloons or not was decided fo-ir I and every city and town In 'n -. --.--... .".-- .11'._ ....ID".-.

: : ,- met she advanced herewith a toward look that the'crone added, one in favor of no saloons) several the south Is expected lo have rep'rosentatlon. to give the Interstate commerce, com .. .4

; : hIli.surprise and her perplexity.: I of tholarge pi winds polling duly one .. mission authority to flx: maximum rall.-' "
_ _ ....- short interchange of words fol or two\ wet tickets' The vote In Dads road freight rates. and In respon.se to )
City was 11 2 W 14 In favor of the The St.
<< and then the old woman drew dry Augustine Evening Record telegraphic Inifnlrlea a number pf senators .
_ N, and the slguorlna turned. But ticket. By the ruling of the Judge on publishes a letter from James Oeteeni and representative have expressed ''j-

: ; what a different air and with a past election ,the county was a '- which he assumes all responsibility their'views on the subject. So

i,'. a different look. Young; Pegraw, wet county, and the outcome of this for' the killing of the Carter brothers "far every. member of congress Jier4 .I

_ ., : hardly have known her face If election was watched'with' great. lii- I at Moultrla recently, The lettet I from hat declared In favor of the'Ieg-.
_ __, : had not already' seen U under the terest. I was mailed from New Augustine. islation demanded by the president. 'I
of various emotions,' ,and -
_ __ --- -
.
--,' the opened her lips she teemed Dr. T. ilAfar, formerly o( Char lev- The Tampa board of public works -_- -':" .
_ _ _t. ; : : find It so hard to speak ,that ,In LIFt? COR IOWA BLUEBEARD. 4;
toil. S. .C.
: but 1\ow'a dletinguishe'J will\ now commence! without further .
delay
_ft( ; be,wall 'geingto begin th. con -:-- .. ,
"I'. : for her,. when ber trouble cltlxen of Pensacola. was a physician ', the Koraprehjenslve system of MultI WIt. .Murd<<""fer Escapea Gallows 'i

----- ," ; a tongue and abe, exclaimed In the confederate army and has In treet paving;.for" which bond have at .U. .C"B
', : cannot: endure... any more to-night; bis possession many relics of those been voted, by the city. TIle, board, '
: must Co'' and let me. find..seme stormy day*.,'Among tie' number are at IU last meeting uizsnlrnouslyawtS !!. 8. Blydenberg. ,'.Iowa., modern j

.,;;/ \ ; ':: .- Perhaps, to-morrow. letter-troDiTPreldent :Jeff .Davis sad led .tbe ,contract), for. (hal/ ent1reLp..lg -, 'D1 .bWd,'Sunday" schoof( teachvr and

; : this wretch.,*: be mt rPoaecl. from nearly all the'commanding' generals work" to ,the Qeorgla: Engineering!: :pbllaatbroplat l 'must ,serves', .t Ufa,:'sen: 3
-' ; : .I to,leave- you to bla ;, Dr. 'Afar .
mercy 7" presented the
To be ': ," state: company of Augusta, at '$i.*. 'per tence for the1' murder ot'' bla, third
: continued., of South Carolina with eight eoafeder- square I yard, wltb '
: a proviso la the "uW./rJie ,aopreraecourtdeciled that .
-4 _
t'- r .. .. it nay ie em, when a- 'man.' *t, !lag' ;'wbJch1t! -1Jro;' .7nl wlth.......hlnf.. contract"tT1> t"ih.-work!. to'oe completed : his$ coirvlction Vs.'legal_a>nd .fflrm a,
I .
J bora ba aeldesa war' i. 'In. '. '
come to tie twenty iaonti '
- .r ; I -. '. point. ," ., i .the sentence ,of,life. Impriaenmeat.
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Bales. Ginned{ t to<: 18th October CALIFORNIA

BALLARDShPREHOUND )' Were"Only 4,940,728, : .


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14 .
CENSUS BUREAU REPORT Do you want'to live where.the climate i is'mild the y.ro.und, :-'

where labor is' never' oppressed by stress .'of weather, .>and %There

On Same Oat Last; Year'Binders'( animal 'Vitality is never lost by mere conflict i with cold ? LL ;,

Figure Were 1. 17,$94 Baits. Do you want to live in Tegion where the 'resources'are more:

'- :Two Hour Delay' of Report ., varied than i'n any, other equal area,in the world, where the division .,'
SYRUP i .
Bring J-a Complaint. . ". of great ranch affords afine, opportunity to get a small farm that

A total of 4,940.728 b'ales'of cotton 4 wilj; assure -you a competence? .: r

ginned In the United States up to Oo-; Do you iantto live where, with a minimum of labor, you ..can t.
COUGH COLDS CONSUMPTION' BRO? CHIT1s tober 18 IB the statement announced -
CURES UGH SO HOARSENESS. last. bulletin Issued by the ceD'USbureau.I.t groW profitable crops of grapes and 'small fruit, oranges, lemons

: LOSS OF VOICE. LOOSENS THE PHLEGM! AND EASES Washington Wednesday. olives prunes and almonds, alfalfa and grain where crops are sure: ,

EXPECTORATION BEAU THE LUNCS. this calculation, rbund bale are coun- business is good and capital easily finds profitalale'investmentf
Endoned' &r 1lidin Physicians as the BEST remedy for ted .a halt bales and the figure'given
Children a Croup and Whooping Cough beraue'It In the bulletin are baaed on re- Then; go to California, where OLh t_ and opportunity await

contains NO OPIATES. The action of Balllrd's Hofa-. 'port* pado1\ by the bureau' 'vpeclaiagents" your coming.
.
.In the Held.. .
hound is mild ,
Syrup and
benlfn adapted to infants,as well

I se adults of every variety of, temperament and.constitution crop No for estimate the .iou.Ig made,but of'figure the total are The Pacific
Union 1
and
Read This Remarkable Testimonial. given put. concerning crop of former Chicago
'
MRS. B. W. EVANS!: Clearwsier. Kewrit**:-"My husband '7ear .: These figures show that up to
was sick for three months and the doctor told m* he bad quick con- this" date In 1904 the product .of the 1 TJ
uimpUon. W'*procured a bottle of Ballard' Horehound Syrup.and v ,gins had reached a total ot.6417. .No h-Westerni Line .
, ft cured him. H* I II now a well mss but-w* always keep a bottle S94 bales 'out of a-total of 13,093-, .' }
I .la the house, and think it has no equal for pulmonary dlseas**.* i 279 bales 'for the )ocar.'In 1905, the ,
I Easy. to Take; Sure to Core Every Bottle Guaranteed. total production was 10,043,615 'bales. .is the most'direct route to the Pacific Coast and there are two

I "rH.Jt IZC9i,95e.50e. eU.OO. : and the ginning output' up to October fast through trains'daly via this line, : famous .do ble.

; I BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT CO., '- ST. LOUIS MO. 23 was ,3,706.248, ; In 1902 the total track railway between Chicago and the Missouri River. {' .a
was 10,827,168: and the-amount to.Oct. ,.. "
Special low round-trip rates are in effect via this line
25 was 5G8 JQ06.; ,Wedne day'* report -
SOLO AND RECOMMENDED BYFor e coven.1 26.3C4 ginneries, and tho throughout the summer to various Pacific Coast points, and

Sale at ROBE 50N'S DRUG 'STORE "' statements upon which It was prepared colonist l low rate one-way: tickets will be. on sale during Sep-
.
_. were supplied by telegraph by 705 I I tember and Octoberwhich: give,an unusual chance for settlers
r ,special agents In the field, most <>{
to make the trip at.a minimum of expense.. ;
them representing one county each:

KISSIMMEERIVER: The fact that the, bulletin was nol.: Daily: and personally conducted excursions are operated through 'to San "
"issued until 2 o'clock, two hour at Francisco, Los Angeles:, and Portland without change on :which a double
ter the usual time, caused some coai- berth in a Pullman tourist sleeping car from Chicago costs only $7.00, via the
in different cities,
plaint from brokers '
.:EOtTTE. and some of these, which: reached the Chicago" & North-Western_ Union 'Pacific" and "
bureau before th S dccument was given . ; ,
'
STEAMER LILLllC. SaiCAMER KOSK DA.Captain to the public, were of a sensational '
character. One from Secretary .. Southern Pacific' .
Clay Johnson. Sr. Captain Clay Johnson. Jr. Railways.,
Hester of the New Orleans cotton exchange : .
Regular"A> eUy trips to BasMnger sid return Roseada. leaves Klsstns.aee -
Tuesday morning, and arrives Klsslmmee Friday evening. was as follows: ?
"New Orleans, La., October 25, 190ft. W. B. KNISKERN.
Special Charter Trip to Lake Okerc.hobee and Fort Myere on tb* Ullla }
Comfortable accommodation for passenger. Rate reatonabl =lion. S. D. North, Director of the p T.Y.c.an.-w.RrPlwa ..CI1I.caio..U; .
The most picturesque Waterway inVlorida.For :' . Census Washington D. C.: Much null rr.i to my .dd_ California booklet, muft sad Ml
Passenger and, Freight Rates apply to disappointment and dissatisfactionhere FILL IN THIS COUPON patkuki..os.u.hagnwa.de.l..whw .t I y

CLAY JOHNSON, SR. Proprietor.. .t delay In' Issuing glnner report AND MAIL IT TO-DAY. -
On board "IJllle." Kl slmn! >,e.r Fla to 2 p. m. Bache .& Co.. of New ,
York wired 'Heywatd. Vlck & Clarkof
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,-: <: : ::= David Miller baa just made tbe .. ,

NORTH KISSIMMEE. -- PHONE NO. 8. statement to the effect 'that the gin. HW4&4 .. _.
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12 o'clock to 2 o'clock, so as to allow WARNING.. TO FARMERS. "'- ""' ''-
C. W. GRIFFIN pnore time 'io certain panics to - n

: sell cotton on, and says he. will standby President Jordan Exposes Some Tricks
. the "above.' Attempted to Be Worked. i k'' Bakery.FRESH : fl"
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"One rumor here Is that the report .-
will show counting round a* half President Jordan of be Southern
Fancy Family Groceries bales.6,100000.!; Al\\ kinds of rumors Cotton Association has Issued the following : ; BREADv P.IES., ff'

I .lire being spread and parties are selling note of warning: f bt'
the market down,.under suspicionof Farmers and merchant of the south f'' AND CAKE, :, T :
FRESH something wrong U )'our''bureau. 'are -warned against cotton buyers who C5City

HEATS.. I.send thin because 1 think it proper are now busy at many interior polnl Yi Raisins; Cur'raqts/Cltrol1/ Peel, ; \ '
I' should know IL'Tbe David Miller trying to Induce spot, holder to.sell '.* '
you : Olives Sweet Pickles, ;
Delivery' .-.ve>ry day, at any hour; patronage aoll lted. referred to was the recefver'ot Sully, :them their i cotton at market price '
.... : .A Co. aQd Is a prominent member. and agreeing to pay any :additional Sour' Pickles, nixed: Pickles_ } '
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Q. HESTER," next sixty or ninety days. If )'ou'dellyer , -, .
,, Reporv, the 01"".'.. up your cotton on that Basis ''
I ;; Brave : !"American"UprUInf : a i synopsjs of the report of the NaUonal and the buyers get enough- ot the staplef v '' Candy f Figs. ., Dates. .; ,' -' .,
Mutiny Quelled '} by Dinners' Association was man. in their bands to fill their orders Freah'': Walnuts -Pecans Peanuts. } '

.- ,a public at Dallas Texas Wednesday. there I* but llttlp cbuce'tor the market : .

of Turbulent Ruaalan I:! dli; not' go _to my cabin until U From reports received the ssocl&. to advance. The only. way to C; AGENT WHITR STAR': LAUNDRY., "
Soldiers Quickly indod-C"p. o'clock 'noon, when 1 (intended to take tloa estimated the amount of cotton force an advance,quickly I. to refuseto "11;.; '
lain' ih. Right Man In theRiht a nap during the afternoon. | lay ginned to October IS to be between part with the-cotton ,until sstlsfao- .:
Place* down on my setteq.: but scarcely' 4,400.000 and .4,600.000 bales. These tory prices are offered. No' "'middling ,1I "
: fallen Into a doze when the first officer report show about 48-per cent of the cotton should be sold at Interior
tlere Is a story of a modern mutiny\ tapped me on' the shoulder and 1 crop ginned. and Indlcaie'z:a;' crop under points,,for less than eleven cenU'l>Brt
which, was quelled\ by the herole young awoke 'Did you give orders for that '10.000.000 bales.. Crop' I.I '.SO to pound The crop Is abort and ell who
American sea captain In the approved mat (the ringleader) to be taken dUt' 89 cent .ginned In south bailor hold will be rewarded al they should : '
fashion. There arrived at Cclom.bo. of. irons?' he asked., 'Certainly not.: 1, belt per, 25 to 50 per'ceOlt In balance of. be. High-Grade I Whiskey
Ceylon, the other -day; -an American repllpd;-*Welk be'll out anyway" belt- Very'llttle lop rop-and recent ,Again', don't, lend your cotton( to local r4' ;
steamer the Goronne, ,from the far "I Jumped up and made ray way to frosts) killed top plants, la lowlands In "mills on the- >romlse of settlement I .
east: to Odessa, In 'llussla. The Garonne the gangway leading from the bridge of .belt at '.I17"'mc.' within th* nest: few .
was carrying a large number-ot tx.the deck. Bolow me'I saw a surge northern part _
months With: the.staple In the hand --
convalescent Russiansoldicrsand! Bll- of riotous:Russians, among whom was
ors/ and Uus !an wurmen.\ Between the scoundrel recently In fetter. ..AN "INSIDE" I INVESTIGATION: : of the spinners prices can never 'advance. '
Singapore and Colombo tbe,Rur slam, They rushed at me.. I whipped out my .- C.xF
tllssatisfled with their treatment.mut revolver and, after warning them Committee of Trustees to probe Alien Again notify warehousemen to T E
In led and tried to ueifco the ship.-: The, pulled the trigger but it missed Ore. .d Grafting In Mutual, Llf*. whom"you chip: your cotton,for stor- ..
mutiny-was quelled by Capt. Lowe, The change evidently got damp. More startling. than the testimony, cge that under no clrcumataiiee4 must NEAR PASSENGER DEPOT KISStWMEDj(HOTEL t'
whom the Times of Ceylon describesas Seeing that this was no use I seized a before pie legislative Committee investigating your-cotton be loaned or sold .,ex" ,AND THE> GRAVES IIO'JSE.:
"a typical American-young, clean,, ride and. used the biHt' end as a bludgeon the ihethods--vt insurance porters or buyers on any sort of' .
shaven and dlsplaj;'Ing signs of great ,. with which, : qUlekly',cleared a-; companies at tfew YorR-"Wednesday: trade or contract untiL-you are,ready" : A.. :E. BRARDEN Proprietor. '
strength which, IS the- sequel show, space around me.'The' ringleader grailpled . was the announcement by President to sell It.< All Kinds of tricks'and' devices : - . ,
he was a'jlo to put to excellent pse." with me."After'a'hard. 'McCurdy'of the Mutual Life that a are telng resorted;: to now by : : = : c c :..:! .
One of the Russian workmen was ring struggle I got my man of the board of trustees: Iniyef ant sinner 'to Induce' farm- ... . . 1,
leader. Early In the trouble he was under. He wa dragged up to the of committee his company had been appointed tn to part with nheirScotton. Everyman I NOW..HAVE THE' LARaEST:8TOCK: OF WINES, WHIS, ,. ,.,_ ':,
put in Iron on the bridge. bridge and guarded by three of my to Investigate, the company and .its whoa Is':led Into. any of those KIES AND' BEERS EVER. 'HAULED IN KI8SJMMEE.. >- ,LL
Capt. Lowe quoted as saying: officers, two of whom had WI.nchest.rrUle8 method trades ,1 is vnwltUngly playing into GRADES'. -AT, PRICES TO SUIT THE: TIMES.: ,1a
the mate being armed with a .
"When pausing through the straits of the hands of the.buyers! and against /
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Malacca 'good deal of responsir Couple.- 01 revolvers.: Little difficulty : : = : = = = -
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bad' his 'own =Interest and! 'that of hi.l1elgbbor - Ii.. '
the disturbance '
blllty upon my shoulders and could was experienced in quelling f.AID SHADE. ' a.cie.a
sleep. Tn' fact, on June after that." .l --- Jug Specla.J.
take but little 'Hold your cotton, like 'grid. death. .- . .
Visit of President to New Orleans Tie up the, spot market\ and stand
Yellow. Jack.. .
Eclipsed firm: for blgbcf price and the victory ""
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the. Modern JVfan.Charlct .All Interest In the yellow fever situation : will\ soon be.yours and'the'continued *.*******. *******.**.*.*..*.a******........1iSSNMth. 9ua
.r at New Orleans lost Thursday T/roprlty,ot:the south. a
Edward JerninffJiam, the DIRt". In the enthusiasm'over the pfeal- .
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and Wit debt's visit, but the low, record 'was i EA'6LE; :SALOON
d,KncH h. Journalist Birthday.
ntrtil li gratifying, Just the .m., With onlythree Roosevelt's* fertjf7evnth ,
as HB mechanical peril I I. a difficulty which has not escaped the forty 'October"J7tasVaa!W./7tD .onfrer . -I. .
cues, no deaths and two --- --
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attention- of the prosent .parllament. The special commission under the work is : pt:$. ebirtbdrlrpsldetTbeOdotJ < (
cases treatment
T, which was recently appointed, to Inquire Into the matter ha regarded a* practically over with. :* Roo.ev.ltL! Owing' to. his absenceaerva'nce 0'- 1.-I I R; WIUCQEALES ;, .t
evidence of one of her. no ... .
Issued an Interim'report, and the following Passed As.llITayU'9I1rceons.; ,. slue trop w..b1DCton. wasp, .
the'dity.
the witnesses examined Is of especial Interest: Richardson_and Corput will be amxwp 'of the' event:'In
write A. No I use a typewriter > Mil ' .. ."i 'larXKTJBS BRANDIES
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Q. Can you those who -will remain In the 'cltf a i
Q. Can you *lngT-- No; I use a Phonograph. IQ. /rqc9: AQDnESHB 'j DEPARTED."NaVal
w..k.or two"Tong In order to clean () f ti 'S
ordinary opinion '
UteraryuU.tlc
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political '
Can you form an to.independent.ala "orgsntwr: political literatacre.take my receive up the work they .hare bad in bapd. Hero'EulogisedMoble' : D..d.of_ "Whiskies"0" VARIOUS GRADES...... .
jr lhi..reett.a'from aDd art, I .PRICESAnheuserBusch -: '
? an in*) rirep.ll ers. Ai regar4. '1 t..iDuqJap.Wa. uI'lore.' .

'.my...'erdluaryietreuiMUMesv 1..aJQu,ofc those. matters Jopow general fromr' the public reyUws1 opinion.replratl la the. newspapers.. .,' and. in. OSCAR. OSTRACIZES.< .-.._ NORWAft*.rt'H'i\ : The' graat'Shinto l'Ofltrs'.atd' rite tdeniwho* in memory\ .were.of'thA'nAf ['lJ ':'CI Q. :R.g. 'A, N'PJ 0I3ACC0; : :

'Q'Cao breathe? A. No; I -artificial '.
,1'1'0IIII these 7011.answers It would appear that the man of the Immediate future Offer. o.hNni.to a Bftrttadotte,Prfnoe .1' killed during the war, were heldrl! '
lrint'bq .tt.ls.4..lIdea& mechanical:oontrivancea.prganlxatlons'and: "?,,\, la peetloed., Ij 1 Micka SualayTjAUrArtaW. cemetery, : r
taedleai. 'res.urcesg.t t",b. will only have emerged ther'"hl from en..torm.ot b I. more" abaolut.l slavery;, A *pecll'fii>inVatockIioJm: ;..8w d.a. !: thst dsq\.Ii" >tI:$#f,4nd-... :, : Beer, :
*after. tenentiongntnttuiiiegrto,, ,enter Into an : t .' !_ ors hundred ot civil d\P\ tarl."e 4t. !'.o.or..... . !p! t ;:.",. .
Tae awax f row.the man of '006 his' hpewrlter.-phonograpbcDlaaoikodak, Myrm..U14ioUned'b.off 'W ...ON DRAUGHT AND:DGTTLED. .' f'. ,
narcotics. rbrfhe No.iveglaA',1R&'opea -0 ,
11c ttain .. ..maehln...peetacIH.' digeatlvps J5"JS AftMHfijrMv-: :, . -
ml :}ad t. aewlpd .r. WsVTOK j'gNgfhae _- ,,: .." #
newspapers. he will tterlybst lwarcgusttirtndoa'Th'tb., : : V> a .prlwseof y ledpt CAN K' wMKcoN BR trAYa:
final_ : .Bernadotte.and. 1aL rtoirkKftuIoglslBsT **."O1 d.*<1at. ONLY nz..J'OUNIDJN Q:, '
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an T:{1 -l otnoilve, .are tox ru1J'DII;the .ZeaJan4ll1cluea.P7JIIU.kIt"Nn&lacIn ' ; +b18, ;"connection": t.oethwith' Bisset, .' ..... .." I ..... 4", '.. nit,. '.".. ,......... __..i>. .... ... t,."'....-" ... ...'". ,1,
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with whom we exchanged a few pleasant roots and t is going to plant, It in velvet ."
.L.PHONB" N0.11 beans or some! other useful crop. .
words andthefi investigate -

( ,; rV.LlaHIID ava nv rmi>*v Ilnlldutkii',1' the acts and proceeded doing: of those The high at'school water has some effected extent.V the attendance .--.I; -'HURRAH I! "
tl Vallt'y'Ullutte .
Office In who poight b&found'among the metro- hope fur a few dry days in order that > V .. .

; EIae1HNEEQBCEULA000NTYFLA.w politan visitors. ,| the roads may be passable.Mr. I : I

.. HARRIS. Editor ..d Proprietor.Itnl of t.heroada'I. Griffin SJmith and family * .. .. .. I
The Improved condition just returned from an 'extended! have.G JffJ 7 %mm % --m m

red at the Po..mpe to Ki..lnimee, Fl. la certainly a source of pleasure to to Arcadia He reports all things' 1 "
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as_'..nd..I....mall matter. those who have been bumping over moving along nicely over there f3 I tip lily lint to Sar Krnhl f Shoes," whys Tomiiiy.
Bubscrlbei! will, plea e nolUjrlh. olllc Ifth their irregular surface durlug the past i, V'rof. It. L. Hart of De\ ou> {'o was & 3 "
ell laUto.elmepaper:: reguurly.ib ..?,.?,. a welctme visitor at the B."ln.-etl( A "
our
aommiK-loKtlona rte-ot Irom sum -er. We eongratulateourCoucty "Several 'stylci_ for boys! and girls. "Arid
lied rorrmponden meat i e sinned bnr tbWRefw'led Musical and Literary Society on lastmeeting 1 Z; w S
Commissioners, on their success 10''

i : matter will\ sotb..reIuroed"anleet procuring a Supervisor who has the I I Mr. Jim Walker h an been improving Q} A_ the way that "Hull Dog"< eallvd for. I Igood '
his place here by setting out BOO orange -
RATES.On and welfare of our. people at "

.' .one SUBSCRIPTION jear*............... .......il'JOne heart, ., .and one who knows !'.hat it trees.. f: **2y szJliL wonder." .
; eopt : i The East Lumber Co.
... Baaslnger ,
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-On*copy cope.nlxmouths,three l month....,. .,......: .jj> takes to build a good road, and just ] contemplating moving. their mill .

_ Rr. how It should be kept .up after It hat 1 i so that. timber will lie nearer at f g; GET 'EM AT DAMN'S! I
November 3rd. 1905. hand
y Friday, been built; we think that money appropriated :--
I Mr. Aver pit ishereon an extended o'r
for the purpose of keeping visit with Mr. W. A. Huebtick. He In .
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s LANIERVILLE. this. department fa thorough .working! I Mrs. Roebuck's father.' He reports -- '

if Our citizens are looking forward, order (is money well spent and. I do all things: doing well in the section: he VVVVVVJVV VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVJVVVVVVVVDry

with confidence to a future that will not believe that there Is a, citizen in I came Mrs.from.Mollie Hllliarcl of( Ft. Pierce h_ _____ __ , _ _ - un --- -- - ', '.
the. CouDty'who would! object to a reasonable -
place Lanlervllle on a standard with was a welcome visitor here a few day
Increase In the road tax .while She. has relatives and !
some,of our more,favorejla'ndpopulous ago.: many .
'rt cities. The prophetic eye of the ,,working Is under the, supervision"I friends In Hasftlnger-

k foretells wonderful. events-when! of our Industr'ous! and' painstakingCaptain CapttV.. A. ItoebQck and his sons 'Goods and _Notions.!
Bmtms \ !! I Roy and Ray are on 'an exploring" e"xped'itlon ; Clothing
: the anClent';palmettoes shall have Dell the Captain Is- rapidly to Ft. Pierce and other

f ;. beearde'stroye4 root and brancb, and fulfilling every public requirement In points -

t edifices of wood and stone rear'' their the premise and has the confidence of The girls and boys of nassingerare Y .
anxious: to know what they would do LINE OF
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both -
l' the'grouud now occu the City and County authorities. I
proudlie on should any of them want to get married 11
pied by this graceful I !and,symmetrical Kale lo was a guest of the 'Captain's now that-Mr. Hardy Walker (is, _
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bush' '. during the former's stay In jour city, no longer Justice of. the Pence at this

Smims Is about to again invade the! having accepted an invitation to dine place I ? .' Dry Goods FurnishingsSummer i

f sacred precincts of,huotA.I"'', paradise with blm','aod found that. his Lady."a Stencils-Made to Order.EverylbllijlloStRDCUI ,. :r:

f "baring "carefully" surveyed-the approaches supervision' the 'Culinary department Metal and '

and Boding that no snarling was only 'equalled' by her has- Rubber Stamps. Line of regular -

bund'.road working capacity. DcUI.Inkl, Brushes, 1"ads.tc., on
be feels
cur guards the entrance confident The Simmonswas hand at' ill times. Lined Markers Clothing Going Year .Cheap J
of success and '(if Miss J udy'a! : irrepressible Walsie for marking table and Individual

''affections are'not otherwise affected found malting' his way through. linens. A. M. NICHOLSON,

- ,our Prophet expect: t.cr make a n.quelo. tie street and held up for a. talk he y _' OrlaniitT. Fla.. .
> '*, reports Finny Point In a prosperous NOTICE. .
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J'.r I, 'f'. 'The Governor'has' been plowing (In condition, and declares that-hla previous The party having Telephone-Books American and Ellwood Woven. Wire

; $b' orange :groVeduring! the past.Week judgment of Miss' Ella's ability belonging to my-son-will please return -

and the.< be .
appreHnted.MRS. PFRDEW.'NOTICE.
;' .duties.hast. been carrying by,the splendid'manner with which she f FENCING. : "

_.; 'it wlthrib; success, that .renders the has controlled the.school and imparted " ,. A I
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; Whit.*. House an;attraction to Its In'mate. ,instructions to her students. . Owing. to the scarcity of wood and .
r .. A ripple of excitement: atPeghorn a- the distance to haul hereafter split \ f ;
; : stove wood will be '
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d The I lt. t.ut'contlnuel Its'dally ses"slons raqn? the citizens of that noted berg G. B. WOOD ALL.

: the different departments hav has .caused.some little confusion, but.' UIN.-

to ,.ing sufficient( practice to remain'III then it would' not be Peghorn: If all

.Rood repair, things. went well all the time; bind up 4 *

1 1 Miss Tex has been unwell during the thy wounds 0 ye Peghornlans and let % 71111 1iiIiiti_
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Dot the remembrance of. them work
past week.: Dr, Thomason. was called : ,
'and quickly'''responded administering mischief among you. PFAI 'I

restoratives. which appeared to haves Col. Thomas from Dassvtlle. brings .

%1** d good effect; as t.bat.lad. .is now able la a good report" from his schooland _c : : ". +Rla'V9MTI V'M M.1_h '-_ -- ",
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+ "" "'' to be about again. Dr.. .Ilubbard reports all well with r .' I

_. ;, a -The Governor has- unlimited oonfl-''I him. KAKIO i -

deuce In the Doctor and we believe II. Fleming has on )hand in Warehouse In Kfsslnimee Flit: '

.t.b.L If our physicians could' always .BASINUER. I I American W. V\r. Fencing,'20 In, high 12 In. stays Kllwood: Poultry & Rabbit Fencing, 42 In. high }
readers
their In I hope the of 'the liasslngerItems
depend on'' leaving patients will please excuse this long al- American W. W. Fencing, 20 In. high, 12 In. stays Klwood Lawn Fencing, 42 In. high "
the bands of faithful a''DU..le
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as kneefor'tbe writer baa been unusually American Poultry & Rabbit Fencing, heavy specification.-34 In. high, 0 In. stays ';, .
Viss.Lou II that. greater success.would -
busy.
aA' attend their efforts.- Our people frequently 'Mr. 0. W. Mann and wife of Ba a- Other hrh( 'litt mid patterns ordered promptlyfroin( factory If wanted Phono 50JAdministrator's o.

fo..l..ck singer were visitors to Ft. Meade and ,
blame a Physician of Dont be -r--- -"'-'- =-
t proper treatment, when If '.the cases other places In that section a few days Cross Notice. Notice of Application' For Tax u. ;..
Mrs. Mann has
ago. remained, in Ft. ( F. THOMPSON.PfcynlcUsi ..
;M were properlyoiove.tigat6d It would be .Me'ada for an extended visit .. rD ed Under Section 8 ofI' asid Swrs.
araoug 'If when All|* >i upon
found that their locompetency! and her relatives.! Mr. Mann'reports ev- cooking, you'get the r.i.WI.., Thom. Sties, ducniiiKil will I...- Chapter 4888. Laws of Ar.L CALLS AMiwsaio.;" ryl.;
ervthlog flourishing In that section. sent same in me fr payment |"rnpily sliest.ed Residence 'Phone 33. '
carelessness' In administering med- I results. It
Cap Roebuck has Mrs. poor may i within the lime presertbed: by II law or the I' Florida. .......t.JS.
purchased :
OfficeKIS81MMEK.
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lr+ Icloes left.tn' their charge was where ram forever bsrred and l normonn Indebu -
Pieroe's orange- crop aQd has obtained not bo-yourfault'bul l to mid\ e.t .. will make immediate ... I. herabjr>'lven that Ravld' Burnt F1 A :!!,
&, &' the fault lay.It reminds Bmlms-- of a Mr. John Pberlgo( ai' manager in I Httlemcut, with the nnilernlrnvl. . .. .. Orrttacate NO.Hit. datml the
the fault of the In J. W, MILLER. *rd day ."f July, A. D. 1IWO. h".
circumstance that ocCurred when the. packing.the same. gradients Admlnlitnloraf th. Estate of Tbniau Bllas, flied said oerrlerst.IIn. my,< 1II... and ha. marie P A. V JS AGNEW,
bleeding process was :carried on bye )+1r. Wyd: Pierce has just 'returned have used. decreed. .. application bar tax d"0 li.u*In awonlaore ..
you With law.
_ from Ft. Myers wbere he has been'delivering ;
J.he use of Leeches a certain doctor. herd --- Bald rtlIrate( embraoei the followingdoarrthml - | ATTORMKV AT LAW' ""
of
a. beef to W,. B. I.
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called upon''a' patient who required Towles.. BUV Y4OUR Nptice. tq Creditors, -g'ntees: Klorida property to-wlt: shunted In Oeoeola county, AND NOTAEY' ,PUBLIC,
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:; .s t bleeding, 'carefully estimating the While Clay Johnson Jr. was at .. and Distributees.All The C tot 4e'!\ Nee 7.Tp M...lilt M raat. M aere*. KISS1MMEE.
said Iantwins' a vMe at ins FLA.I
Bassinger with the "Hose ad a" GROCERIES "1-00'
and
quantity of blood that should ne drawn . the laiuance of such T.
: |>emAiis h.vlnir rl tmi ( "h t the owe certificate I. the name of .- ,i '
the of
crew .men that were gathering of Henry W. Burton drm.ii""d. l.Kof nwrola Unknown. ,
be left five of these Leeches with the .
Dock Pieroe's oranges, he took a trip Of us and you will find CouIII,.8UW ol riorldi.will present. tb.Mm I Unless laid oertlflnnle chill be redeemed aa' J M. W1LLSON, JR.tPvNLI
.loan's wile with specialdirections ,:'as on horse back to Ft. Drum visiting for payment to the ni.d.r.litDml. proi>.rljr*t eordlnlVi taw tax deed ..IU".u" thereon on .
., friends and tested within the tlm. omrrltwd by law,o the 7ih day of November, A. D. IWft S NOTARY c... )
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to the method of applying them return night seeing. everything absolutelyfresh the. San will b. lorrirr h.rrmt. Witness my oinclai aljcnatiire and peal this S _;
: log tie i next ,day be asked the Mr. John Thomas is located. in- his NANCY BBI.LE: WtTITK.: [.ii"Lj) the itrd day of.6itober. A. p. 111(16.( l STATE AT ,LAMOB. ) .'
newly purchased home and is gather pure and satinf Admlnlitratrls o< K.taM ol Henry W. Barber. r' E. L. MCHI.EY.!: Real .
Estate .
e" r woman if she bad applied them"as. directed his OaocaMd Clerk rirviill Court Agent'
lair oranga!: crop We welcome '
.her reply 'was-Not.; exactly him in our midst again factory. In the end .,w. .. BARWELL Ooeeol.'COtID'D. O. Florida. i KISSIMMEE. FLORIUAj

i ,QToe4pMike tbevdota'd all loot From the appearance of picket around it Is 'cheaper to buy Citation of Administration Lease- ; HARRIS' SANATORIUM.''
the house Convicts.
some believe that Mr. County
'wo-ojdn't eat. them raw 10)I fried them I Convey..lvlll e'.Croat IHo . -DR. B. UHAMMI*.
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Ed"U.derblU good
Is really Groceries
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going to improve hisnewly c
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f tOF bin; '< < ol.A Cov.,,. Fla.l Sealed. Bide fob the .-*or all of the Oonn. : BVROBWY.AND 0BNBRAL ".DI I\lI.\ &.
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: purchased property with a ,new Pt the Ouatr: Jadn of said Coiintri ty Oonriote of 0.-... County, .
Florida for
_ hl consolidation, : of General Nlm fence. ., .. : *'Va..rw<, Charles W OrlOln./ .... .,.. on.year, oommeaoln' os the 5th day of No.yember > > Offloe Boon.11 to 1...>a.1,
;;, .. < went -Mr.Ewell V3rfgbt : piled tvlbU. Courtier Letter.AdmloUl ration ,JL.D. 1900. Le. or leaden so iriT '0". N. ...-NNoat..' ""
., and lot r.anle i'f:
: the
.. : ig7/'feroa for ,upbn, .HQGAN'K.{ PL __ .. bond .
., ,,a' ,.i'. ... r ;; ; Campbell' have traded ... ? shale ' 1'1.1 ". ileoeae,late for. careand onotody of the and to Uke: "' _BTB. 1AR. NOOK AND TMBOAT
places and il... all
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\ M.aid''oast7: of Oeeoola eoBTicw from the Ttmmediatoly
'order and ;
la Jail
Jre" county
the .next. thing ,, each b..lDOved to .their. respective. "I - '. .. .t. c ; ;: , Tb_..., therefor 8,to elte and admonish all after eomrtetlofc' fettlMnent: for wue to be: / om.. u-r.,alO: to.,**...., "
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i'l: 1" ',..oaffobtat end .kindred ..... .... ...... __' 3
dre.Zpsd a Rood repo . new home; < Mr. Ewell Wright is ";I sa: \ sad .1.. at sakiappear prolDpt7!.. on the lei MomUr Imeachnnd OKIANPO. FLORIDA.TJR.
' mall John White A.#..Co."k' d teoIh and beior, ihla Court !*""7 7>"onau fle4d bid to be Sled wity the "*"
i'J / carrier between'' DruID b.kn .
Ft.
jr ,, and en or loth of Deo.rob.rA.D. O1.rl.t this Board
day na o' beror.lb. let Moa J. SIMPSON
I'tty"Kaknh weekly Lswutoaofthe camp Baslnrer.; '. .". UIUISYIL&.aJ *T.;; .t'-V' isoft..and .\.obJWIIotI.J) If any they ha e. to the day I... If-1110I. all.u... .... Tb.Board .' W.: i
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Tbe-!asslnrer.:. people and.: >tbe arrarstar'FURS' raatlattettera M a'oreMtd. olh.rL,, |bsane the.. ..,and aU bid.II : ...".
aee..iru.4..o.: '!Batay ... will be .. of 1M t
.I.'oJ! ,KI..Ia treated prayed 1JTorder, BoNd.. : T* 1- ibENTIST'>- '
!' neighboring county are expecting: .iytt _ay name .. Cnt, 3ndrs of the (......' .., "" ... ....LDLJn'. y
t .little oooapaar with tb* Oov.helatUr.eannrlair Treat thing from our newly appolat.eo.'IG1HD..IGaw"'JIf' .* '.' IaM Countr sforaeald. ,Ibis M day of NM.mber.' 1800 811:0.: : .: r Offl; eoyerotI: : iot.ttb'.ie;: ;'
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aadl .. the pis"sure on eoteriog tbeV / n. I" __ P. : A.OlflrW' 1. j are good /or horn.use,: what? <, -. ., f..laCUolaop. ..
.a had. _. fVMr,: ,, H. .Alderman .U having 'iolietor for.Petitioner; ; Md ,
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Tbs KlssltnmGG, Valley Gazette Wade, the 1'uoert Orlando' If' Wear''a Coal. _Shirt get'em at p..nn' S Mr. Earnest f tix, a former: resident. ... "w ..w

. Send us'your job print\ng\\ Dr.,J. W. ,Simpson returnedVfroai' of NarcooKsee. ,but, now of Orlando,

TBt.MPHONgNO.11PUBUMHKD -. 'J..,'F, O'Berry: retut'ned' Wednesday Jacksonville Tuesday! nighty; where he .town-Tuesday and Wedpesday.QVor ."
.... has been for the 'several weeks ., .
from! a business trip Tampa past the cheapest meats to be had go "
: EVERY FRIDA1'eaT under medical treatment. . to the !'
Fall stock arriving dally at Kannei
W.rl3. HARPtI1Q. fc Co. Mrs. W< J, Brack and children biNarooossee l OSCROLA MEAT MARKET: 1 I

=: .;F-.., .:,-::...: .-.T. ......:...,.... Miss "were in town Ave Ine.day_ Mr. W. L' Van Ducnr I. now. In ...., ;, '""" '"" lt: , ". ., .
Official Weather Report. Martba..Dupree 91.It. d.JOrlal1dO".IIt.ert..lal. on shoppingrxpedition and .mad correspondence( with parties who'g1'ifdetlrous .. 'j } ''I IY.;

. this office a pleasant call. ., of put&bllsalng a large sugar : .J 1
....... T..Y1I.W. .a.DII' J."
Western Meats every Saturday al'., New JKanner A "' mill la Florida, and he think*.that "
TUUUDAV .v...$.. Ico,. i, 1906 W" !goods at Co. I ,,' '\ ' i'
if
arIDIf' \ proper efforts were put forth they
-. ". ,-' Rrs1Mtaus-- C. Buckles} has purchased Z. Phil- might be Induced to locate their mill l'' This apace .Is 'tteserved "
Ilha. MiD. Mrs W. Miaklnson made brief lips' saw mil) and will\ probably move InOaceola' County. Looking this j 1

- --:-- ---- rrrie.r -... .- visit to Orlando, yesterday, It'into' the Partln settlement, where he Pod he would like 'to hear from alt\ t .

... . ..... 'aI' 411 Buy :your: shoes, from !).arm'.' and has a contract saw, a lot of lumber the farmers In the, county who would I ,: for, r ,r.Mr
lawrd.1 .... .... '78. esann4.y you will get value fur your $. __. for Messrs. Bob and Steve Partlo. be willing to grow! sugar cane for .the' yr1
....... :,7d; 'MMnnlar mill, the '
as to would
Will acreage they
Mae,
..... Capt. J. Knlghn of the government j
.M p.
.. ,... ... 77 4\. -.. Sharp of the government dredge-boat, Klssirmnee, came plant eta. Tile price paid for the cane H.. C. STANFORD
Tnea.fa/ dredge in
Y Wedu..ta .... ... '7. "7I'b..tta" Tuesday. was town Monday' and up and spent unday with,, his family. would be ".00 1 per ton. Osceola will t '
M "". '7 _'II M Mr. Knight says the dredge will be atBork have a largo/ exhibit of sugar/ cane at! ,
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--= If f'ou'' want a nice pair' of mat. b in Southport canal, again In c- the Fail In Tampa and Mr.. Van Razor .. 'l'H801t10UIA'TOII J,
1. : ..U"'PElO" P. iii, -
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I' horses. ,; Dr. Phillip hall them. bout two weeks. +q requested that the parties who OP, LOW PRICES '
._ propose establishing tbe mill visit ;' .' '
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"bur rates .for InsertfoD of.advertlAejnenls The W., 'B. Maklnsorf., are receiving ;Commissioner Van Duzor request Tampa during the.. fair and see our exhlbit. 1".lUSIlIMMBIl,1" .

the reading'( : matter on : and opening. up their new", .stockof us to say. to the. ladles who have ex.biblt . He would like to bear from the . :< : : "
among (
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hardware. fur the Fair, tUat'the collectors farmers! as soon as possible., '.' .. ; -. : I
p&jeten cents pet line each In"aerllon. will" be around fur them I .
thU Silverware and Cutglass' suitable next "week ', -5 s-. '
for and to have them 'ready when they I Stove Wood. 5.
wedding gifts and birthday
at" f Ko\TZ't6.,1 tons.eats ;? come,..so that there will be' no delay. i We will furnish Stove Wood, delivered ' .

C.' W. Stevens;;,a, prominent' Attorney Tbe new bridge acro.s BOIlIfI Cre khas : ; to any part of town at 11.00 per
of beelv completed, and Is a greatconvenience I II Strand. MA\MAIU> LUMBBB Co
Tampa, In
town
was Monday
to the people living ti I '
Local on,professional. butiansa.Lowebt .; 1 I -. ..
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'NewsJ that section. 'It is said to be one of Mother
'. prices ID Fresh :Meals', at the bent and strongest bridges t'v.r I
Osouola Meat Market. built tn the county. J. M. Hansel; wa* ', "Wbo( would keep their children In ,
the conn ao-or. Orange Cpu y" good health, should watch for the
o Mrs. C. A. Carson went up to Oi- bears first Symptoms of worms, and remove
half the i ,
expense.
,; .Fewer gallons. ; wears' longer. ; Devoe' lando Saturday on the noon train, returning them.with White's Cream Vermefuge.It .
In the afternoon. The- hobll'ohlin'sllere out in full children'
beat- tonic. It
Cmr BAKERY. gets
White Star Laundry- If- have send force' Tuesday (Hallowe'en)t' night? l'digestion to-work .o that their food Yaldosta & Machine :Co
any laundry to Foundry
was In Orlando you mfscievlouspranks
i Mr. J A. Anderson ., away" and want U "done UD' In good and played various I di>e them good: and they grow up -
Monday, with the gates' ,: bug.' healthy and told'b '
l last. wagons strong : Tboraason -.
shape, phone tbe,City Bakery
glea, etc,, around town. Lee Bandy & Itober ,
at Kanner"& CoV.Tlie : ; l'ln. - VALDOSTA. QA.. J'
l'lu clothing It.'{I. Seymour Ellq, of Miami'ar dray wagon was, so badly' scattered I It .

School Hoard:will meet.In reg- rived In town yesterday afternoon on took him all day ;Wednesday( to get li

(\ titur session next Tuesday.. a visit to 1)1. i>arent8.Ladlerxlo together again./ YOUR ATTET10N Write. for Bargain' List of Engines' ,:Hollers '

; Meat tomorrow j(Saturday ) want sklrts Messrs P. C. Floyd J. Htghsmith,
1 Western you new go ,
't atC. W. Orllfln's. to Kanner& C: Arthur Cascadeo and J. H. KraUse FOR A MOMENTI and .Saw .Mills. All Tdnds and sizes. We buy'cll

_- 'I' llnular m.etlng-of the town council J. C. Wallace and Bate Barnes who ifquurU-tle came. up oil.of the Tai noon pa.train sportsmen Tuesday We nbw have in'stock the finest- awl trade now and second\hand machinery '

") The next r..l\keJou.Tuesday night now open for -ln came last'Sunday down! from wltn Orlando lobe hJbiue and folll:..speut South, hired Stables. a and rig' went from, out the to Sunny the!! line Toilet Articles ever.shown( of every 'kind. We manufacture 'Columns.Llntrcs ,. '

",I .pfCtion.Mrs. Cash Sale of FljjuredLawn's" : l'at Sandhills to be on the"ground< with in our city. Among the newest Ventllators-nnd all kinds of castings..OUR .,
KaU'a for week comrneruilng Monday the opening the game season on numbers: are:
: Dano and children visited -
K.: P.
, i Z5tb, at half prices. KATZ. Wednesday. .
last Saturday.Men's .
Orlando; COLOA TE'S CASHMERE '
' J Kasslmmee Nltfirods were out In full Senator Tlllraan.of South Carolina; .. "" PRICES WILL SELL YOU.
vtct shoes. $2.00 ,a6 Kanner A BOUQUET TALCUM -..
J Force on Wednesday, the first day of will lecture la the Ouei a House on '
I Co. the open buntloff season. Tuesday, No,. 14th. taking as hit POWDER. (!/-".DlIoo tits paper when' writing to* )tat. o-Mtir

of the County Com, subject the Race Question. Senator:! ,
>Il\llar'mE'et.IDIt *
1tf
,"j' Dr. Phillips' has a fine pair of Tillman Is a lecturer of national prom, .,...,...
i mUnioner next Monday EASTMAN'SCRUSHSD ROSE
hot'.e.'in" his bunch_ which be will inence and reputation. and should -
(t,; Smoke Key West Havana, the best exhibit at the titate:! fair. have packed house here Uls lecture TALCUM POWDER. t 1

"' \ fie Cigar on the market.! Major T. M. Murphy has been con. will be one of the rcgujar attractions lllllllJlllllllll tltlltlltllllllillitil1t1l1tITI11111111l1litll1! ; mini{ : ,
VIOLET
Wfll ie 'QuTtnrls at home from St. lined to his dome tills week with a severe of lone Lyceum\ course. BEEKMAN'S ,c

Petersburg I ; OD a visit to hi. parents. attack: of rheutpatlsm. Through the efforts of PrinolpaWin. TALCUMPOWDER.MENNEN'S .

8' Have you seen our new Line. of Dorothy Beef from velvet. fed cattle, of the b'easter, an assistant teacher | WATERS & CARSON .GROCERY CO. J JS
/ Dodd Shoes at Dana's. famous Hopkins ranche, served at theOsceola hall been secured for the coloredsohool VIOLET. TALCUM ,
Meat Market. In North Klsalmmee. Her POWDER.. '
: Mr. E. H. Yi)uog, agent forthe-; name Is'Mary F. Holmes, ,and she =: AGENTS.. EORIMAPES ,3
8 C. I... at Lakeland, 'spent last Sundayhere. : Don't. I..lrto bear Ben Tillman on Come from Petersburg, Va. The col.ored All these 'are celebrated goods
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the "Hace Question, at the Opera school now has an enrollment of FERTILIZERS' ]
and most the
are "gratifying to
Juuse, 1'uetlu y, Nov. 14th. .
97 with
pupils, an average attttendancq
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Do want a good meal? A good )'.
you lluuse. Prof. Beauchump Steffee returned for the past month! of 83J: pupils. ""' sou :::. '
:
clean bed Come, "to,the Lake A arrival of ::::1
new Souvenir Post
I Tuesday from Macog Oa.. where he
Owing to the extremely high .stag
i The Ones In the'mayor court dollars. for hall been atMndiug the fair. of water In the lake\ and stream I Cards :are now in and its a nice e= Highest. Grade-Best Crops..Llirgest" ReturnsI<

October. aggregated" eighty-five. Wyandottes are lobe best 'winter south of Kisslmmee, the fishiDglndus-' way target a reply tT that "long = Perfect Safety in Their Use. i"g

. k lasers, eggs,n.w for 13. LEE: BANDY.' try just now la suffering" season .olquietness. lo ked for letter." 1-
Have you seen the Pebnaots Brand Tire old ft.hermenhow< '" 'We'are to do , ; -
returned always your :
Mr. J, W. Slater. from Daytona .
& Co.
Pants, I If uut go :I/O Kanner ; predict that the presentcondi I.
Over- on Monday. and is again/ domiciled every LIon will be taneflctal In the long nip running. Send for Circulars showing danger using 'Acid -

Horn to Mr. and Mr. II. E. In blsoottage In North Klsslmtnee. They say In high'' water the flsb.Al. Materials on our light sandy soils and ,how greats
street on Tuesday. Oct. 31st., dallMh.r. == ;
K
the and when M Co
ways go up streams )< Kissimmcc Drug '
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made farmers last '
ter. ; FOR.SALE-A small show cave. In- water recedes, the fishwill be. mor S= Josses were by year throughout '

'Dullil.And harness; for vale. quire of Mrs. Helen Perdew.E. ., plentiful than ever. .. Phone 41. the State ;

} J, M. WILLSON JB..Wade ., The services at the Meth. . ... ..
R.,, Doak will arrive here with a' protracted --- 7I uuuuuiiiiiiiuuiitiiuuuuiiiuiiuiuiUiaaiuauamaili.1The
tbe caner, of "Orlando has bunch of !good well broken Texas odl.r.ehurcb closed last 'Sunday ernlng <. : 1

I 'been In town on .professional. business horses and mares.. about Nov l&Lb. and Itev. E. M. Stanton,\\the, pvr ccaacccaccccaccacaa.cora.
tbls week. evanirellst and Mr. Mcurayerthe! HURRAH FOR THE .
Try Kanoer At Cots $3.bOpatent singer, left. the same night&. on the midnight IS I-
Dr. P. Phillips baa the finest lotof leather shook :
,._tliey are guaranteed train for Forsyth. Oa., where
horses ever Brought to .Ktu mmee. CoMmunton rvloe will beheld al --Staoooohad engaged to begin' 'a LAKE HOUSE Ocklawaha : '.

P. A. Vans.Agnew E.q..,..visited Or 10 o'clock .harp, at the Christian meeting on Monday. The meeting "- .. ).l : : Nurseries i '

lando Wednesday.... pto.I, .._.nalbu church, tuoda:! )' .morning,..instead.. of here lasted three weeks and resultedin ". : < '
,' ,' "., : accessions to the : ; ,
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snout twenty .
>>loell.. :. .t : ; 10.15. . t1 mt: ,
J.: ,' 'd'o the u'u. Methodist church, besides those ,It'bouolted , .o!:. I'- 'To orange Groiren who sxpeat to.naif. Uwtr KTOTW this r
Phone yourwsDUining. Best Cuts Florida beef a. 12i cents 'l" "
'' with Other churches.------S Ift tout, w* wants-toad 0 BII.." eatmlojiis. wkU ... Jad ewe u7r
rnlni\ "*" **\\ *" J/" ' Roast' 60 War
Hk Stew
at
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pound; > : ,
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w. .. ,. .
shipped pubtt.b.d.o4.radyfor dUtrtbutVw./ ". welshed "
Oliver to hta-brothet
Klssboutl: Dauo COMPANY.. ... , ,, rings Market, ', *-:fcjyw,,\>,: #, '* '..,.n t J. W. :: r '
,'" ..- "... " , ( Dadervllle. Ala., some sweett.potatoes thoroughly::)Renovated 5. ; ; elOMlr tbs 4eralopa.Dt of tbs stirs fruit Indastnrl PI.ut5s ,
. According to the census just completed W. J.. McCrsvokenr the well-known early last Spring, and It was a tne.189S. tod wee believe w. pan civ. "'alDllbl.MIee. b

-, Qrlaado ha 'a population ,of Nebraska tun-set maD arrived. -Tuesday successful venture, as will be Been! .New new call old aro". .". Oar cttrui tree. w tbs' ellmtz of .&oe"i R,
night, and his horses.are expected on from the following clipping from the Management knee, and onlr r.Iu bl. vanalles are | 3:56.The half lawns' at every; train.' Dadervllle It will be to roar Inuraft" lo look that U.'."".r. sdd we bsr >
sale of figured psperj : *' .
Kali's will conUoue-for another week. horses all ' "Mayor Oliver Is quite a farmer -. ,. fU ..lll [sold, t e glf* 01 your,puroav* sfUr eon.l4er1DI l | ,n
Dr. Phillips are ?
young
bare lo offer Indaotm.aU I .
when 'Aa tbs Indaosasnts wa ran. Special (91 fci
It to growing
Regular communication of Orange and well broken, either for riding or the spring comes lie ordered potato some plant We serve the best meals .'.those who plans their oM.rs'now. : for all akd winter plsoUoclAbw 'I
'
I BlosMom Lodge F. .(t. M. next. driving. from Florid and has a sample of his Clean, comfortable' beds ?lul lj. DO wblte, ..,. , .
Monday night. A full attendance U Mrs. J. V, Peeler returned-fo rrOraa raising that weighs six pounds." Elegant service careful
desired. - Mr E. B. Smith of Valdosta. Ga.,' THE NURSERIES '
If you want to change/ your real estate her daughter, Mrs. Clay superintendent of attention is given to all. OCKLAWAHA : <
'J M. Wtllson .,Jr. Johnson roM11906 assumed charge as , PRO.. TANa "INB. PLA
holdings see the-Electrlo Plant last Saturday 'The ideal home for travelers l O. W..OONNBR.. .

on the subject. samples of Wall Paper will nights Though quite a young man and tourists.' Reasonable 6Ir'lrMs-0.. C. LBB. AOT,'KM|...., PU.,

J. S. Stratton's. new saloon 'opeped be here. In a few-flays.. Watt and see for, ao responsible a position, Mr. :
up la.t Saturday afternoon with H L. them. C.,E. LANG. Smith brings splendid reoommeodad rates Come and

Overstreet In charge as chief, mtzologist. TIle date for the'Lyceum- lecture of at Ion and endorsements from his investigate.,
1 t former employees at Valdosta, 'vnere ..
Senator Ben Tillman has been changed -
George ,Gilbert has the finest line of from Monday Nov. IJih to Tues he has for a number 'of years beenemployed W. A. KALLENBERGER ,; a.t.
In the electric light plant of ,
See him about
In :
Wall town. Nov. 14th.
Paper
day,
house. that city. Hethas taken< papering your If need a nice horse I. a deterroluatloo to give .satisfaction '
you
W..J. MoCraoken-'s horses arrived time to buy. Dr.. Phillips has and 1s proving Us' capabilities c. A. c .so"J, ,JOHN" II&. LBB.VIcoProsMsst.. l.:A AItSO". +i

+ yesterday, and all his ftiendiandcudtomers . them .by.his work. 'Pro.l4*.t. : Cwtlfe.

areincited to call and see Edgar Katx came bOune from Winter Hon.,W. L. Van Duior.the energetic . '

them. Park to spend Sunday with his Fall t ; Commissioner for- Osoeols OOp00ti00000ii00. . 'S'tate-.BankQf:1: mmeez
Mr. J. M. WUlson .Jr.. Is having >arents. He WHS accompanied by his county, was in the city yesterday, and : ',.: "
' hie building next. to bis'office repaired friend' and fellow-atudent- George will spend several days preparing for 'W. L. Van Doter& Co. Kissimmee. Fla.,
outside and In, The Interior will .be H and away. his county's. exhibit Mr. Van DIf or t ,--.-..:.:..., ", \ t
''t repainted and papered. has secured a particularly 'fine space '
For particulars about laundry work forms exhibit and Is confident of PAID UP CAPITA!",."'\:\ ".\f:!+'.f .tIC) 000 00

,o Be sure and, see Dr. :Phillip" phone the City Bakery.. Our boy Is winning the first prize He is doing 9TOCKHOLDBRS LIA.ILITY..n .......;. .tIC) 000 00. ,.

1_ horses before buying., He for has bus..i. the- always ready to call and get your much good work,for the Fair. To fur BROKERSREAL DEPOSITORS SECURITY:'.. ............,. ''10000000Progtpt .
market .
and lain the .
goods >ackagea.J. thelnterests of Oscrola -
ther advance ,--- I
.i. nee.. M. Wlflson Jr., has sold tbe past county,' Mr. Van DuzOr has secured. s.d Careful :AIt.'loa* 'giveto .1. i.tters o-

We regret/ to learn that N.... W. week the Chas. Bronson place In I space in the Official Program, to be EST.AtE"AND trusted to .... Excka.ges good ,a' an poUts. .,._,
U. Johnson has beau confined to ber North Ktsslmmea of 6 lot. to Acklas devoted to his county.-Tampa Trib- :: me.. .v' ,

room with sickness. during the past Bass, and to Mr. Ida 'Tiller. Slot. une.. .. I INSURANCE. ,'. 'YOUIt' BU5IJ11E55.'BOLICITE'' ); i
week. near the Methodist Church :Miss Mayme Sturkle spent J last

The City Bakery ,Is agent for the lOo figured lawns 6 ;ploo f figured S&tl1rda1'wltb her parents Hon. and ---- ..... --...
White Star Laundry-tbe best in the lawns 7c.{ Zoo figured lawns lOo. For Mrs. B. D. Sturkle, returning to Kisslmmee -
State. week commencing Monday 25th. Cash Sunday Kissimmee 'f.
..merchant for this sale. KXxx. Mayme Is a teacher In the W. H.: TOWNSEND.JCWBLKN ::1 .
Mr. F. W. Hill a prominent High School and she, Is delightedwith 1- -
and orange grower of N arcoo.- JT. Oversrreet and son with the
.. Mr. W. S. the pupils' as. well as .
see was transacting bu.lbft.'ID. town Roy went up to Winter Park on Monday people of Klsslmmee who are, she ADW TOHMAKBR ,
VVVVVV
Monday. to make preparations for packing refined oultured; Intelligent and r VV-
t
says, YEAR i 4 -- -- 5-
'r l Ask Mr. Kanner for his No Brand and shipping the large crop of orstgs progressive and who not only feel an I 20
B" i< on Mr. Allan Mo.ete,'. grove Interest In tbe usefulness and successof GOLD FILLED OASB.,18 .W.L oscEOL.A l's ,

':J. W. Miller I. enlarging' ,the aooomodatione which were recently puroha.etby; the school but also Inspire the :LOIN O" WAUTHAM. .1S. ; ,
and nobler effort .
South 8ta- )Mr. Overstreet. teachers to higher \
of the Sunny
f :blew by building additional l shed rtiumla Hurt arrived fine trimmed hats at by frequent visitswords of encouragement PHARMAQY-
q marks of t
and aopreolatlontPasco
l the rear.Western Kanoer Ac Co. Co. ,Democrat. :- I s '. '

''L Meat,,"U Warlng's market. L. C. Conklln returned stem 'Arcadlawhere : "' .
tomorrow Saturday.Mrs be, went to relieve hisbrotherinlaw Since our last flteue,. commissionerVan "
i. I Mr. C. C. Duxor bas had several proffers 'VhcDYou need'anr lahlgJrt he'Drug' Lino ,;
Leon Bebb and baby of Bar* National( exhibit .' but, he
of the First of fruit for the Fair .,
tow returned home Sunday afternoon aasblec Bank :while the latter was attendingthe las'nt. anything llks enough/ yet. He ,call-up No.. ,3,,.will delivered at once.. ?'

t, after: a brief but pleasant visit with National Banker': Convention inWashington Is not asking that the fruit be) donat We also carry afiill .line of ,ladles Shears'imcLHclssors. y '
Mrs. and Mrs.
Hebb's parents,,lUv. O. C '* ed. A tag bearing lobe name of abegrower '
;
_
<3. E. Jones.. < will be attached to every .box .Try'our'famous flag Poison : ''
&l .Rather than tbem'overwe will FOB 8 AUB r offerfor.ale my ifvery( of fruit as it comes in, and when ,the ; a
Mglnotng with carry onday 26th, sell all business. horses. ; rigs etc..: The and business Fair Is over this fruit will all: be Money j>refanded IF- not' :Mthf ctory. \We :' ,
figured is OB a paying basis my sold and the proceeds turned overt .
lawnslat half former price. '
.. . K.ATZ. reason for selling'Ts that ,other take the ...blbitO .. Soyou will probably -, .. are In_ business for our1ieaI'l:.

',, The ono time :and ..toll.require lilY a.teQ. IoD.. get as moon for your fruit as you. .... .L .t' .w I ? i7
Kentucky poet '.J: W. 1I1LLUo' would If sold here, ,beside* aiding.in. y '1 '"
KtsakinM! editor Will rVaUao* UMany' 'Cltlaen's ineeting baa'been";csJled advertising the best County': W._ ,LW, RKr'tiwwANTtDPIP4s -:'a m The\Leading' D .'tt Stoz t r.r
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his
who has been confined to frv.t'.IrPO.' ,
lei
fora ida., Now every :
the ,campaign 'lm-I ,\.ijVlt OI"l PO7AOLfl'a ,
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to '
,u UM residence' of Mr. J; R.. Mon for tonight open oooe with_a. few- ; .' :.
the county up '
.Mgu*, U reported somewhat.better. to wet and dry lection. The peI' onpublished and assist Mr. Van Ousor In w ; :t t:;3'ltYi fxMiNtto'1 R.. 1 '

L Klp0rkl'r dsYY'we *..*'P...e.'*<1"M aU.-Orlando- the object of In th another..meeting column explains, first prize! for Osceola., "w';1 !.k..4'';''.,.oJ( ';, ;'.;.: rn. i ., ,.;.-- ,4..... .r .. ..9 ....; "..'if;?f '*:.* ,2' *,' 1V"t urn{ *-. ,"' _.axl h,"" ,.................... :!j'l\1\ .-........:.>t.."_! '... ..."<" ..,. t <,'tl .,

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I ;;"Soil ; :\, HUMOR I. QUADRUPLEX 'r'I,'I" THE}) 'CZAR"DOOMEIRule
I
i teet ,.
UiANSCzar $ ,
_ 1' Is *.-CallaJ In Three FREEDUM FOR Coker Slays Wife and ,. --

k'D ..._Curod b/" : of His Household' and Then t
..
e Tae i Deliberately SulcWea.II. ' .. of Autocracy in ,,Russlu

'aa a mssu of sores .. '
-
: : face wu bHmg is Tottering J
1 ,looked at it they I. n. Grcsvltt was .uot and. kllle.1:
_.
: three doctonn.; but ea: be came out of his home near
.. advised Cdtl-' Nicholas Driven : I by Fear Filially -
Gloucester Va., court house at sun-up FEAil
?t ; used bait of the ,. NICK GIVES WAY TO
l ointment the soies. Saturday irorulng \byV.. D. Coker .
..td ) :! ) little one's side .' Yields Up Autocratic Power F
K.. : baba's. 1 wound! who had concealed himself under the ,".. '" .

;: if it _.live loK: Steps of the leald niedr the;. purpose Promises Witt inaugurate Reform'
., which-is all l it .
W. by, Airs. U. J. I .-, After flrlpg the first shot and. at OnceHs: U Told What tvena

Akron.. Ohtu- : finding hla victim not quite dead, another Republic' Cannot: eave 'tnatrnpjr ;
: sorrow tot; our < people Is the sorrow ,,
.& WITTE BEAL RULER ...
I ,_onto. fashion la of the Sovereign. ;sbot! was pumped Into the bodyof from Anarchy 'j..
.
W.-L. -_ "From-llfe" : present disorder may the IQIIrllhJm.n.. .' -. "

: ) w( Mwoet Gum .. trille 'great national disruption.! :They" After beIng shot the first time Ores-. .' '
.. remady-'Currs A St. Putvruburjf: menace the Integrity and unity-of our sltt 'plcad/!'d with Coker not'.to fire
1 and Coo.unlptJon. Promul- . : letup>> of'a' series of special l
l the
rmp.ri nniCesto Ay
troubles. At dLrug empire again, and his "wife, who hud'rushedlront "
r por botUa.. ., guted Granting Civil 'Liberty "Tlio supremo duty'Imposed upon Uaiy the' house when :'.the'7frst'shot xulnlsterTaf\ council under 'the piailency .:

our sovereign office .require(: us also :with of Count Witts hold to
fe formerly] meant Kccctlom of was fired, pleaded the sup < adopt'
ti cTac! ourself!' and 10lee nil the posedly.lnsunetiiti| to=spare her'hus 'lIleawes'; to-deal whit the situation,'.

_. 'Speech and force and 'reason at our command: tJ band's life Coker, before flrag] tbo the now national lutsuinUiy of u'i' !

WOMAN., .. hasten In vecurlug: thq! unity end coordination to close to his :leal
# l) second time, went .up and .lows .granting prac frcclSoDlj
: wretched Frota\> : egs. J i of tbb power of the cen- victim aud P9ked( the muscle of the of the pread gad of:. t; occi: a ud'lt.esl:;;
T...."..... . : Iril and (to.assure. the,sueCVSH -
government\ Oressltt diedinstantly ,
i gun into bIll body. hug, will l>0 promulgated forthwith,, 1
: Mntir and of measures! for pacification in receiving second
'- after : the, Upon the peiumptory demand ')!, jPrluro
I ml., snys: all circles of public life which are' essential the minister. of :'
: 'An. Associated Press dispatch from \Vbeu, Bonn's I beans Kid-; St. Petersburg says: lo the .well..:'being of ou.; After committing the deed 'Coker >ada/ the"I u<]jj 4t"toverlutf the rimus-".'

rills I ,i-allo people. Y shouldered" his gun :and went to his oration, of railroad employee will <"a
': .' I could .The autocracy of the Romanoffs anj therefore, direct, our government own home. lie telephoned what tie revised, to moot promises made last;{;-'

drug!; '01)"- the .old order of things cease' to existIn 'to C .TI)' out our inflexible wljlIn 'tad done to. relatives, and requested ai>rlng. Unless this was done ut...Jprlnco ;

----.; : across the Russia Emperor NlchO.... h s sui- the following njannennrat : them to .en"d au officer to his home cunouaeeJ thai bo would r..*,

| ._ I Tt its' rendered and Count Wltte come. Inta -To @xteno: 1 1 to the population Greenwood, to arrest hint aud anofleer sign -. '
.
t and iier' the lnmutuble: foundation of ifbtrty \ accuki>liigly hurried' to thMocue. Interesting details have been learniod ',
AMY n.Inlster-presldent with .
a* n an : .
.? and had power I based on ;1 lie real Inviolability+ of-per- ip{ ;ardlug Count Witto'a Interview:* |

ll $ ?, bo r- Imperial mandate which will confer on non freedom, of tonsclente! speech, As he approached the Coer: home, with Emperor Nicholas last. week eth f i

callvnt W. L. ; pain. the'. people fundamental civil liberties.., union and Dissociation. he .rfport of a fun .rang out, and which It wa agreed that the time had'
: : \! dlzzl-: "Se'ond-Wlthunt suspending the
n forcing an pnrance Into the o limit the aulocratlo
.._ come ( power
...in : and -weak I. "I am'Btire the American people already orleri'il elections to the stataaoMina 'house he found tho body of Coker,' and thu ''
; give people; a. real share 'm';:
t ....... ., :' set
any Iropsy who understand! what fieedoni U, and) to invite. to participation :In lying in a. pool of bloo.0'1;\ the floor the government at the empire. :
chest cliokcd :
th* = : 1 : : ; Uu iloumft.: !t-o far 'as the limited time taken his/ own lift.
f boaa... heart I.had the American. press,which voices. iliaw1h i evidently Laving The emperor asked Count Wltte 10'
pair of \ \i ,'fore! the connl'\lIon of the drmmi: The office/ also discovered in the peak frankly; and 'after listening toi';
untold surprise ]injH of the people, will rejoice whit ,
why ; will permit those classea of the population house the ,ead of CoKcrand I
_b *a ::- lUe -relief Russian naUou 'at this t bydlea jkltrs the tiut.emal1' exposure of the'slfa::
III":' : : : :t : shall never for. he friendly ) 1 now tompletely deprived it her '\\0 small 'children, aged 3 atton ho appeared to be_ utterly unnerved :
shoe
makes moment; when the HuisBlan people! doctoral lights leaving the ultlmatoOeveloinient and 9 years. both girls Mrs. Coker by tlw, deplorable! sato! of a&
: : :
., tbelr S J.5O.. ::. r>0 cents a boz. have received from his imperial mad of the people of the and the chl'dren had been. shot, killed I fairs and cried' out that ho was weary '

raatar . N. Y. esty the promise and 'guarantees of electoral right iri general to the newly and !laid out, antI l uioney placed on of the struggle and felt like leavUj .

boa W. L.oo freedom, and will join In the" hoiiethat : established, legislative order of i, ings. their eyes' showing that they hadbeen all and fi ?elng to Darmstadt.: hem; ..

.M_ "SCOTCHED. the Russian people will wisely "Third.-To phtablBh 83 an unchangual deliberately murdered by the J probably\ the origin (If the report that

1'' .,"-M. aid In the realization of these libertiesby rule tint: no' law shall be en- husband and father! before the at- the emperor was going abroad. .

las !! Has Modify. (co-operating with the go\prnment forcible without tho approval of the tetoipt to kill< Gressltt wes' 1 I'e<. Count Wltte, however, told lu. emperor ;

.althout WA for Rate for their peaceful .Introduction: Only state douma and that It .shall )bo poxg'lilo Coker Icff "note In which. be Implied that In his opinion, not even a1,

1W.! L. r ; : the : for the elected of the people,to that he had killed his wife and'
bus will t be possible to secure republlo could now save RussU! from
_pi.. 2.-=The con- exercise real participation In the supertlston I
Viurf full benefits IIf the freedom conferrer children to save them from disgrace anarchy. It was the emperor's dull:
SAN four members the of the. legality of the. _.acts and gave the name of QresstU and tho and
'' upon people. to people. the country it fact
+ & Salt- Count Witte, Russia's first premier. of the l'ulborltl<<'K. appointed' by us"We his! brother Jack a* the cause' of his \the situation by meeting theli wishes,
accepting re- apieal I to ill faithful sons of
Monday night sent the above messageto trouble namely to abrogate the autocratic
topic of dis He bad Russia to remember thelh! duty towards one of the most peculiar: phase
the American people just .
power and grant a constitution by creating
the returning arrived at his residence on Kammenlovrov the fatherland, to aid In terminating of the qua.lni'plex \ragedy 1 Is the businesslike a ministry responsible aUke'tO'

the/ president prospect from Peterboft, wherein these unprecedented troubles manner In which the man tt)a crown and the representative at

Justice Is com the Alexander palace the emperor and to apply; their forces In cooperation went about his deadly work. He say* the nation.' Tile emperor finally ac--

.' the country. It two hours before 1.(011 given his with us, tp tho restoration of calm In h's! note that the throat of 'his wife copied, requesting Count Wltte( to '

opinion. that !final! approval to a manifesto and to and peace' upon our natal soil and little girls were cut with a knlfi draft a project which skeleton fort;

d scotched. a program which will forever end the "Given at Peterhof. October 30, !1:1 at 2 o'clock at night, while they slept he approved last Sunday, when the

.. has been 'es tile of absolutism exercised by him the eleventh year of our reign. In their b"Js. t'iathe children were count agreed to accept. tho premiership
.
and here- and his Romanoff ancestorsfor three "NICHOLAS. easy to kill' but that hill wife died on condition that he could name

government's hundred years. hard. After killing the Woman and the minister: and that they should

ns easy if future in ob- Abdication Complete!, A Berlin special says: The Gerraia the children, he arranged the bodies .report to his majesty only througk'1himself 'I )

cruiser Uueteck and ten torpedo boats carefully on their beds smoothed out as head of the cabinet ,
of the manifest <
A perusal *
simple
of the third and fifth divisions put t., their garments and then laid down beside St. Petersburg was la .a paVla!
the emperor'sabdication
+ as to the re shows how complete is
the packers Is of his autocratic power. sea Monday morning from Kiel for them and slept until day, when Thursday but to a large extent *PJparently
4,1. \Unknown destination.! gjvlng rlsd he went to the Oressltt home.
opinion holds The very style of the doculleni' db aa without reason' The most
Immediate and clear and devoid of the verboae.vaguo to a rumor that they are'bound for St. Coker's wife was the'daughter of alarming rumors were In-. circulation. ;,

\ !" those large and bombastic phraseology whicitleretofer Peterburg to bring the Russian empress Ueutemat Robert Roy of Virginia' and the .shopkeepers on all except a.I I

discriminations has characterized: : his maj: and her children to. be the>> and' was toe of the most "beautiful few of the principal streets closed.1

.' guests of Prince and Princes Henry women In the COIIImo wealth. She their stores and boarded up the door :
betrays
,railroads R est> man festoe. (It.noLonl_ .
the alert* to teal, authorship. but. shows that the "of Prussia. .* was a ,first cousin of lira A.. J. Man- and .window..while ,peaceful minded

; large shippers emperor at last has irrevocably bow .tague. the 1fe'ot! the governor Inhabitants kept within doors. AM- |
: -THIRTEEN IN WRECK. Coker had been drinking heavily for .
; iuevltablE'Hl"doea not"conceal lety was evidenced In the whole amosphere .
: whenever
) they ed to the ... '
., .' dr. : '4' "
.' . _-- ;; : ,' ;' two years, and it 1* believed that the
rebates .th* the fact that the discontent and I" ', ; > *''' :. r of city but ao tat noUhj
drlv.enhJui Fast California ; Limited riles I'Track, drink caus-jj: his ,mental..derangement: Ing has occurred to Justify the
hare
,
I '
M, as defunct as agitation t't his subjects '
$ 1 cloull shipper to talw this step and practicallyyield ,\st!?!7cusl. .'g ;;+ Oa4h.andwDisa: ;; : .t.. ;;rt],' \, 'tie. ,'I.!f''l;.;. ." h,.r --3- fears.. There were no disorders' ,.,
'"
'' END OF' COTTON LEAK CASE. Oen.fat who.
baa
the" Inviolability killed Trepoff,
by the fact everything-civil liberty At least thirteen persons were,
Nis placed In command of St. Petersburg1!
beUeve of, person and liberty of and twenty-five others Injured on
- Court Discharges Haas and Peckham.No garrison and given aa addlUonal division
will not be sat conscience, speech and assembly. -'l
d wreck of one
In the
Monday morning '
Crime Committed.
tr sf of reinforcements, declared* I
of a fine for News Spread Like Wild Fir.
-- of the fastest regular train on the At New York Saturday United .U amply able to maintain order,sad I

the decision'' The news spread Uke'wild flea. Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe railroad States) Commissioner Rldgeway discharged the police are allowing the strikers;J

district, court In throughout the city. The revolutionists declared I California Limited Mo. 1, which from custody Frederick Peck- to vent enthusiasm- so as to avoid a
great 'effect U' and active agitators generally ham and Moses Uaas, who werecharged conflict. General' Trepoff (Instructed
left' Chicago at 10 o'clock Sunday
: ::: of those who loudly that the government'fpromises with having -conspired! with the police not to Interfere with .*h. ,
would no longer suffice ant night for the west The train was' Holmes '
3 Con Edward R. Jr., to defraud parades so long as they were orderly,
1 Washington re that the strike must-continued. Intact ditched one- mile east' "of sl meld.- the-government by securing advance but he--gave-'notice-that he was.pr *-J

an hour after the news became six miles from the business center ;
the packers as Mo., Information of the government's cotton 'parcvd to pop firmly with any dWr.-j. ;
) of the con known the revolutionists took ocesefon of Kansas City. reports. order. a r: I

' legislation Is to throw the first bomb In St The wreck occurred In a cut while r-omrnlssioaer Ridgeway held that .'1

4 '..... : unjust rate Petersburg used since the strike be- the train was running at the rate neither of the men had committed a CREMATED IN HOtEl. FIRE. ,',.

.. I supporting the gan. The incident occurred near till of 50 miles an hour, and was causedby crime within the meaning of the stat "I"
but there' nt
school was
all : ,. of law on polytechnic a loose rail. utes. Six Invalids at Hot Springs Vletlmi/ ,
.
.... \ty. all\ classes, except '
fat Practically
r ; the government The train consisted one mall car, It was 4n the defense of Peckham of the Flames' *$
: the socialists and extreme/ radicals,
.Those one baggage car, one coach, one chair and Haas that a lawyer quoted a portion' The! wont hotel Ore In the history
... ; however, read the document with de- '
i railroad: legis : 'car, four tourist sleeping ears," two / of President Roosevelt's letterof of Hot Springs occurred early Tburt-:

committee on light and amazement, declaring that' Standard Pullmana and one dining: acceptance, In which the president : day morning. when the isJlroad ",.r1;,

'at 1ti.pecSar It! could not fall to' rally the moderates car. ThepaseeDger list was composed had declared that 'there was no common 1 \ott l .....destroyed, ,.
.se to the support of Count Wltl < '
pointing to the largely of colonization tourists. law of the United States that When the fire wa gotten under cottr -;
of fate while the strllc-
By the Irony ,
; over and Nearly all the sleeping cars remained could give Jurisdiction of an offejiae ,'l, sit. badly charred bodies wed
constitution .
ers are clamoring for a ,
,, : law, active- on the track find the forward cars In a federal court. found In the ruins *.1.
it has been Impossible to persuadethe
bore the brunt of the shock. Mono
and are say work The indictment against Holmes The) structure wa a two-story fram
striking printers resume ,
of the' passengers In the sleeping.car. .
y \ charged him with misconduct which building and the flames apread ,rat-
c and, therefore not a single newspaper
hurt. The coach In front
were day the offense declared was not an offense Idly, cutting off escape' by hail V1
except The Official Messenger, printed '
.
furnished
of the chair car the greatest known both and down stairs :
to the federal statute up :
't .. w.... :I."poaa"" the momentous document for ditrlbutlon. .number of killed and Injured. The : ; PI I

..." "' Arrangements h*ve been great natural wall of rough stone Into I

lip. ........ made to placard the manifesto on which .the can were thrown. tore the SEEK 10 OUST COMPANIES CONDUCTOR RUNS AMUCK.. :
w thou
tali .. IXIOMOSO' the every dead wall In the city sides\ of the day coaches and passers S -" -;-.. '" P f

jf ". _stars : .ao poisoned my Full Text of the Manifesto. gers were grounded against the 'wall Move at Akron. Ohio, Against Mutual' Shoot. at Man on Car and Bulist1 1

7, was on the* point The following lathe text of the. 1m and either killed er badly Injured.H. and New YorK Llf. Take Life of Woman ; f,; ,
v>MV and the Quo warrauto Li. A. Moore for, *.
doctor proceedings a conductor U
...... pedal manifesto: > O. Rust, .engineer of" the wreck were I
quit It commenced In the Savannah Electric In ,*
"We,. 'Nichols, the Second, by the ed train, and his fireman,. William circuit court at company ,
was nervousness. Akron,. Ohio Saturday afternoon drunken rage late Thursday aftcrnoo
by
r' grace of God, emperor and autjpcrat\ P'f Delxrag. escaped injury The locomo !
vii.' -, -ail heRuaslas, > aD.
.' palpitat/on} ;-ea1JW make land, etc., declare to air our faithful feet on the ties,' !flnatly' stopping 'up the Mutual Life Insurance opened: fire upon C. R., Swklngei' 5;

Its . subjects that the troubles and *gltat6n right. The. locomotive was going so company and< "" the New York iTlfe to passenger aboard his car. One" !bIIo

f ,, : :1'"m and beta in our capitals and In numeroui .rapidly! that It passed the rail-In safe oust, them from the state by taking let sped) '%'lde of Its Intended( A>srk

41 : ; off the old cof other places fills"oar heart with ex ty. The mall car Immediately be- their franchises from them ot the and *trirc5rwMrs.:: Leila Wheeler;'*N.

, r.- me just as soon esslve parn and sorrow. hlnd'Jumped the track and struck the ground that the companies have misused \ the sat on the\ate to he how.,

S. f) + than/other klnd.ef "The happiness, of the Russian sovjerelgn side of the bluff, and the four cars top their powers for the past five No. 207 BroMghton Krept The bullet

1 _+; -.-. ; lt Hid not stimu 'is Indissolubly 'bound up with : lowing plowed tb'roucb"the wreckage years In violation, of..the laws of 'the Ontered'her'' jjugvlar. vein'.;''e.v'srlni'lt:

( then leavet&e She: happiness. of 'bur people/ and than I and shot against the high stone wall stale. and three. minutes' after Tine" V.*,
1! t tJ'e' used to.l fc>. ::: ..w" __. .. .' I Struck she was deed. '
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; : ; etc. hat pai 2 ; .rg, Gel Tbere'are 2 -f ellldel1t., Grover, Cleveland, accompelled Case Wa in'.Pr.gnsaItl' "
"t -9tt4,1rr--p r man antbauador.'tbth.) >> United State,. 'now' 8,0&6,612 peopl r. toNewYork.state by Jl.... .Cte'nteland," 'left{ arguing n'motion'for( hr new,t

; ; jwho alt 'forNew'TorJt' October- .- These figures were "at Saab iTranclsco! In\ the" ."''
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{ -v, AD- ,. and heartri"' WaihlngtonrVta yJ, 6 President :; } .00 the,population... brain! 'Cllj'Tlfib...to,deltrij, .a ,.a; Kunmon attorneA In aUe,1

&!;. '\f fq; [ Co;; AdtUe t IRooseftft'lh'proposals'Wfvthe- GeT was'' 1.11I8ta4.'fb..popaJatloa. ot the, d1es1'bn' the occasion of the unveil'ta kad4-.k t \ :'dtlc syofi"6P1, .' ; t thhN"do'

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i that Paul did/ Improperly snide then' and:at th. end of that time to apply KerveReatorar.tltrial bottloand treatise Inc
A BRILLIANTSUNDAt SERMON: B'ii not advocate divorce for for the conversion of, the separation' t>r.H.U.Ku.., ,td.MlAnhHt.. .I'bTtPa .AVOIDETi
THfc: REV DR.' H. ALLEN 7UPPER.Xarrlas . anything save adultery, though fce does into >'absolute divorce, it the parties
not even Indicate. this A man will die lot of air in lire .
-,. I .. exception_ save by have not been reconciled. I lost. .
Implication.. ;\ -- The'practlcal result ottbe imperialdivorce ,minutes" _. j.i-u_.i 7- .' /0,
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VJecll ;* ana XMroro., Thia divine law is set forth in'no on. law In 'Germany havebeen I If if. Win ewe 8oothlni(Syrup toe Children Two 'Orateful. [Letters from Avoided

certain sound on the_ pages .of God's gratifying. It give foot:grounds Word;.and the disobedience of it must dlyone--D.lbel1': adultery attempt of I ..ll.,s paln.curas wind eolle.aao.a bottto Serious Women &eff
New' York City.l -Dr. II. Allen Tup I'ntallIorrowful Operational-Many, .dug
results to the Individual either husband or .wife on the life of I '
per, paster of the Fifteenth Street Bnp. the family, and the community the other=: malicious,' willful desertion .Many The parts oM local of Hums.do costumes. arc still worn In. 'from' Like Conditions Will Be'.Inter ted.
Cburcli preached Sunday on "Mar: ,
that\ Second-A. social disease. Divorce and continued. violation of the marriage i
riage and Wvftrce. The 'text Was are more numerous in the United vows Bot.bID France and Germany: : not bsllvvs 1'a.<)'. Ours for Oonemo.tionbsansquatforeough.andeolds4o.t"-
xlx:4-t: >: .And Ho answeredand
Mattbew States in proportion
to 'marriagesthan attempts are being made to escape
,salt. unto them: Hire ye not rd In any other country of which we have threatening danger by, the enforcement ".DonarC'h'ltv 80rt.lllcL, yeb,15,11Wb

that Ue which made (them at the be any record. This'social disease I I. con. of stricter laws OB marriage and Bean iukif, ii ,
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tb.lchlef commercial fer
them male and female :
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glntningwade laglous and
spreading. In 1870 8.5 divorce .. tilizer m Chiatr; +
and siiid for. this cause ball a man per cent of marriages ended In divorce Jn New and Wales, there <
leave father and mother and shall In 1880 4.8 per cent In 1800.. 6.2 percent were 176 divorces In 1170 336 In 1880; The Monumental Bronco Company 1 >M er

cleave to bin wife; and they twain shall In 1000 8.1 per cent. In 1WX 364 in 1000. 'and 727 In 1889; and the Howard A yeIlCl.. Bridgeport! Conn.., want a ,
be OHO flesh T What therefore God the percentage of the divorced to the growing evil Is at last attracting th. attention good Iin ac.nt I. this vicinity to Uk or.
path joined together, let not mas'.putasunder. married was; 0.5. In 1900 It was 0.1. ot the lawmakers. We do not: den for their v.lobrt d Whit Brans mon.
." Dr. Tapper raid: umeats. head"'oDN. gave 'o.e., etc It
According to of the sit '
1000 recognise at In
ens tiers family our national
,
Marriage was the first Instltntionn divorce I a"a(rood, legitimate basinets and they offer
,, ; were 2457 women In' tilt constitution It appear In our Rberallnduc., eaM: Someone sb.nld writs
gift of led' to man; and the family was united States under the age of twenty' State law only .a* an object of some them and embrace this. opportunity
'i lie first organlshtion: formed, by Oed and '18,175 divorced women between' care, but not as an element of political -----..-.,.---
for tbo blessing of buuianlty. DurIng twenty and twenty-five years of.age. power. )flit Gladstone declared: that Bishop 1'ottrr lavo..t\I.enl1'.mIDul. scar
all the centuries,.amid the chances of South Carolina Is the.only State In his fear for our future centered very .lII<1n.. .

governments' crtenionles and dlspeusatlon the. Union wbkh'grsnte! no divorce. largely upon our ability to protect the' STOPS' ,
.*, the' impress of dlrlne favor rent New York la the only State I In the .family, for weakness her means. dJ.... OECCH1NC.
r4 uM| >n these heaven-born establishments union which proposes to grant dltorces tf'f"e\'erywbere., *
and when their -luteRrlty baa .only \'on' Scriptural grounds; yet New Realiaing'the perilous poeltiou In Cares... had ."......_...lIItI.. end. laitaat
boon maintained they have, been the York grants, nnnnully, more than 'a which we are placed by-4h Increasing :OIlY. !. ..._x. Pr..c. :.... .
sources and centre of light an\ love. thousand! divorce social evils reuniting from'divorces,'a bor: A......tl...:

but when their Integrity has born asKnlled Illinois Rives a fair Illustration of number public spirited ,men Initiated A sweet brr.lh i* priceless.
untold Borrows and suffering the law of almost all the States. After a corrective movement' In 1878, and Mull' Anti.Belch Wafers will can bad aryrie Ryas a 'Y'.riGlE4When
have come upon mankind. reciting a long list of grounds upon wbat 1 la' now known a*. the- Natioial breath and_bad taut imUntly. Belching
wrought ,the beginning of Ills league for the Protection of and bad tit mdirate offensive breath. ,
c'lirlKt \ which a divorce may be granted the the Family which.' n.dn.'to stomach trouble. -
rnVrMoles at* marriage fens;, In a !uathMtiig law conclude by empowering" the courtto founded upon a broad basis, was Mull'. Anti.Belch Wafer purify the a physician, tails woman, suffering Hearing howCompound. LYdIa lt. l'Inkham"V.getable, W,
( I of families; and 'the pen of In- grant a divorce upon any,plea_which. organized in 1881.. The result from stomach and atop belching by absnrbmf from ovarian or womb trouble had savedbswomen troaa,
eplrittlon pletuces Him aa the Jlilde- it thinks Justifiable. .', this and,kindred orgaultatlon have foul gases that anit. from undigested food that an operation i* necessary it, of Mrtou*operation* I decided try It,and 1ls a
jcroom nnd III CHurch 'at,the Bride. The-Western States la order to Increase been marked and encouraging. Radi- ajwTbT aunplyhic the dis. *tir* organs with course, frightens her than four month* I was .ntanly 4h.h.dl"
The holy ordinance of marriage was their population, are making' cal improvements are noticed in the ...tl1ra.llOl..nta for food. The very thought' of the operating and-wordi fall teatpitemy.thaakftila. .
ltUrn to support social order; to Increase open and shameless bid for tho e dlssatlxfled laws of New York.' New Jersey Pennsylvania .'They. \_ relieve sea or car sickness and table and the knife ((strikes terror to Miss. Margret Marlcley of 375 M.
.human happiness and to and Wisconsin divorce after i of apr kind. Street, Milwaukee,.Wla., write I
provide with the married state to come. ; They quirUy correct. the her heart. Alone woman expressed "
that through well regulated famU to them and baIt dissolved residence\ of only three or. alx months ill effect! of excessive: cur headache eating. or drinking. it, when told by her physician that abe Dear IIn:' FlnkhsrniLQM -.. .
truth and righteousness might be are no longer permitted a* they formerly oc str.agt, XTTMDI DVI OQSBMMBBaTre
lies Statistic given by the Chicago Dally: They will destroy a tobacco whisky or mast undergo operation.I she felt >
trmimulttpd from age to nee. Tlurvlo.latlou News Almanac, 1003: show the follow. were in North Dakota Georgia; onion; breath ioatantiv. that her death knell had sounded.' shooting. pain through dews the paw*aadaxuwn j'4.
of Its vow is the canker at the Ing' number divorce: granted in leadIng \ California and several Territories. All They atop fermentation. ; in the stomarli, Our hospitals are fall of women orran*,* Lrrt.I_bearing compelled pain to*. seek
lipurt of human progress and clvilUatlon. cities of'onr country In 1001: causes for-divorce but one have been acute indigestion crimps, colic, tat in the who are therefor ovarian''or. womb medical asvtoe. Th doctor after snaking ian
( In the West Indies we are told, Providence 327; Cincinnati 405; Boston stricken from the law of the Districtof stomach and intestines. distended ab- operations! examination said that I had ovarian troobl -, W
there: Is'A timber that has all the uppcarame 400; Cleveland 494; Philadelphia Columbia and commission on uniformity spells domed, heartburn, bad .omplulon. dizzy It ia quite true that these troubles and alosratton, sad advised an operation ,
from
of strength and solidity but 402; St. Louis C73; New York;817; SanKmnrlnon by co-operation of the State s diseased or any arnmncn.W other. affliction-arising may reach; a stage where an operation -as and my I only decided bop*aa. a To last this resort I strongly to tr objsetedl

when the test Is applied It snaps asunder - MA; Chtdilrn.. 1St);. now exist In no less than thirty-four .. know Mull's Anti-Belc1i'il'aferrwfll la the only resource, but such oaeee are E. Plnkham' Veg*tabI. Compound. -'.
uiiiljv line white powder fills the air. The statistics "b.rrori! Wright; States afA Territories. do- thia. and- .... want. you la know. It'PSCIAL .much rarer than la generally! supposed, "To my snrprte the nloeration bnaUd all ,
The <'nuse'la now apparent; a worm bas Commissioner of lAbor, for twenty The question of a constitutional 8 :;, Or-**:.:::Th regular yrice of because a great many women have the bad syturtom disappeared,and I am once
c-rtten Its way Into the heart of the yearn, "from 1807 to 1880; show 328,712 amendment and admission of a national Mull'! Anti.Belch Wafers i I. IIOC!. a box, but been cured by Lydla E. Plnkham'e more strong vlgorons. and well; and I cannot ..
wood and slowly but surely devoured" divorce granted in the United Statesin law on the matter under discussion Jo introduce it .to tbounaadi of sufferer Vegetable Compound.after the doctors Tpres my thanks for what It bas' don* ;
until hollow shell those O037 divorces have been' agitated; but an Ionic a* we will end two (2)) boles upon receipt of be formA,"
Its fiber a only re- yean. In 1807 75c. and thin advertitement. -.... will had said an operation must per-
or womb trouble an
111111111' were granted, wjtffe In 181'25,535 di twelve States can be rallied in defenseof send you a simple free for this formed. In foot, up jn the point where Ovarlaa and
The divorce .evil If not arrested will vorceswere granted, making an Increase the maintenance of State rights, It coupon thoJtnife must be used to secure instant steadily on the increase among woman ,
gradually undt'rmlne our proud clvlliza- of 157 per cent The increase of is a waste of timeto attempt the I 11145 relief, this medicine is certain to help. -and before stfbmtttina to.an opera*" '

icon'and when tb.4etlng time comes population was-slaty per centduring. amendments on marriage or divorce. A FREE BOX. 128 The strongest and most grateful. tlon every woman should try Lydia B.rinkhanaa .

what appeared to be so attractive will. the same period.In But the agitation against this evil goes : statement possible to make come fromwomen Vegetable Compound and
prove to bo only a follow sham.In 1807 Ohio granted/ 801 divorces, on a* never before. The pulpit the I Fend this connon nth" )'o 1r'ftl"' who b.v taking Lydia E Pink- write Mrs, Pink-bam" at Lynn' ,: Mar;
the( discussion t\marrlue\ and dl. and in 10OO the State granted 3217 press, the platform the schools college a and free address box and of drn Mull's name for ham's Compound have for adyl 8. .
Anti-Belch Vegetable For Llnkham'aVegetable
rorrp I will call your attention to a divorces-one to every eleven marriages and universities are awakening Wafers, a cure for stomach trouble to escaped thirty years Lydia
has bean curing
Urine law, a social disease and a fatal solemnized: in the State. Indiana to a sense of the moral and social danger --:Margrlte Ryan, Treasurer of at."An. Compound
the wont forms of female
,
dn IIJ<:l'r. granted. In 1807, 1006 divorce, and In that threatens, and the out- Mru.'a On AT** Towio Co.. 328 Third drew's Society, Hotel English Indlan- complain nlceration .
all ovarian Inflammation -
trouble
divine law. Centuries 1000 divorce to 'every "Ix spoken discussion of the marriage re' I Av*. Rock Island 111. 1 If follows ;
rimiA ago / 4QOO-one j ,. apolis.Ind,writes of her cur*as : and of
the cunning Pharisees attempted to on- marriages aolemnlsed" In the State. lation. and the divorce law must resultIn I'I falling displacement
QiN'1l'ull I Dearllrs.:""lIbam"I :- the womb, leuoorrhcea. irregularities. ,
Address and .
trap the divine Teacher by asking Him Only a abort time ago the paper were great good. I f WrtfltMy. cannot find words to Tprea,mv thanfor 1I I indigestion and nervous prostration.
the question: "Is it lawful for a man telling of a woman in Indiana who Thirty; years ago none of our higher Bold at all druggists, liOC!. box. the good Lydia: E. Plnkham's Veretebl.I Any woman who could read the many
to put away his wife for every cause?" had eight living husbands, from whom educational institution gave any per ; Compound did me. Tb doctor said I could, grateful letters on file la Mrs Pink-
In that day there existed two opposing she had been divorced, and this same attention to the study of the family not (ret wl| noises I bad an operation fo am'soiHeewouldbeconvincedofthemad *

wlioola. At the bead of one was Sham- woman was then preparing to be married but now; the theological,seminaries, the ovarian and female troubles. I knew I coinnot.tandtbe.trafn d I of her advice and Lydia E.:
that should vlctlnj. Michigan in law schools and the universities are Our Puzzling Language. of an operation and ,I efficiency
mel..wbo! Insisted dlverce to the ninth
mind I would be invalid for etable Compoand.Ask .
IIP nllon '.,only in the case ot adultery: 1807 granted 449 divorces and In HMO giving special care to this most Important A Frenchman was boasting that he up_my_ an life. PJllkbal1JTe ;
nt the head of the other was HU'.el: granted 2418 divorce*-one divorce to subject We may b- assured bad thoroughly mastered the English Mr*. PtaUuun' AdfkA. 'Wunu' Beat IJ8dentudlJ. Ws u'JS..

who maintained that a: man might put every eleven marriages solemnized. In that our boasted clvlllEatlon. our proud language when he was asked to write : l

awn,. his wife for any cause at all. .Tbet"mlt. the Btate.A commercial greatness, our high educational from dictation the following specimen ,

....i of Christ thought that the table of divorce In the Christian attainments and our brilliantmaterlal'developments of our chofce eccentric vernacular t
trap was well set. for It He failed to world In .18$5. a* given in "Studies In will only hasten, : '
Loki strict views on the marriage question History Economic and Public Law," the'day dour disaster unless we protect ,
they' would l'epert'Ulm to the follower l. Issued by Columbia University, gives the family and honor the God of .AI Hugh JHughes was hewIng'Yule a
of Shaminal and If He held the the following Interesting fact: Canada the home, who fe the Fatber of us all. log .from a' yew' tree a'man

opposite opinion they would turn upon Great Britain and Ireland France dressed in ,garments of a dark hue

." Him the enmity of the followers of Italy Swltserland Belgium Holland A. Inane .Berate to ."rr _h_. came up to Hugh.and .sald.llave you, 4 G; +*<.

Ilillfl one of vtiose strong adherent) Denmark; Sweden, Germany" Austria Never shall I forget the remark of a _.loon my ewesr JTo which he replied,'
was llercxt, who bad just beheadedJohn Koumanla, Russia and Australia grant learned legal friend who was at onetime 'It you, will wait until I hew this yew 'I
the Baptist In the words of another rd a total of 20,111 divorces while' In somewhat skeptical In his views. f will go with. you to look for '
. : "Brushing,aside their quibbling. tbesame-year the United States granted Said he to me ewes!" your And pay only for'. what' yo.u get.', It, Is 'your
Jesus goes back to foundation principle 23.472 divorce*-an excess over all "Did I believe, a* you do that the dealer's to
best he
Aftet- .attempt the Frenchman duty give you the .thing can
and gives .lira message to theclnirrh other countries in the Christian worldof masses'.of.our race are perishing in sin, an
of all age concerning: tnarrU-ce-. SOU. ,, : I could have mt rest. I would'1Iy to admitted his mistake.: 'He used to get in footwear. Make it' apolnt to ask,for'the
and dlvori-e" "" .-. Korty-Ove Statesend several Terr!- tell them of salvation. I would labor Imagine he wa. used to English'

TIt la'.'II ytfld' In"'SI1I:4."The' mere torles have 'various. and conflicting day and night. I would speak with alt speaking.. but.he.would be more careful -- '.
rinse; of .one man and our woman is a ln\\n, and more than 3OOO courts bare tbe .could summon. I would bow he ,used the. language In fu "ALWAYS JUST' CORRECT"' ,
cllvlno liiKtltutlou; It Is a divine act: it Jurisdiction of divorce rallf'.. A warn and expostulate entreat my ture.Chicago Journal.Vanilla . .

joins husband .and wife In a relation learned essayist say of our legislationthat feUpTmen; to turn to Christ and receive f .... "
donor and more binding/ than the relation it "presents the largest and strangest salvation at Hi hands. 1 am astonished I H { t
of parent and child; it no tinlflea *perhaps the saddest experiment at tbe manner In which Culture CLOVER.BRAND! SHOES :

husband and wire that they C't'Uf'to' be In the sphere of family laws which majority of you ministers tell 'tb'l It la estimated that .a fiveacre"ve

two and become' \one' flesh; and It can free self-governing/ countries have ever message. 'V.II)'. you do not act as nilla: plantation In Mexico will yield J- Uttio."., (*.. .an Ao_ boss n.ed w a....... ewafalat p
tie dissolved onlT\ bT death.. When the tried!. It was published In a recentfourusl you believed your own words. You sufficient Income to render its owner WS..R.'JLROlct. fTTUf red COMIOIC'r..uA JtCOJTOMr, '

point was made by the Tharlitec that 'that divorces were granted in have not the earnestness in preachingthat tor' Vanilla eult!- 4. .s'\' w
Mourn malntalned'that a writing of H- Chicago, for the following causes:.Snoring -we lawyers have tnpleading.If independent life
, ,..orl'pmt'utlball be given under certain ? cold feet eating wjth a knife, in- we were a* tame a* you are, We would .vatlon I* said ,,to'be especially adapted .,M.. ,.

ronclltl lu". Jesus declared that this wasa elating, upon going to bed In his overcoat never carry a single suit" to women or persons who cannot '

concession to the hardness of heart or and boot, smoking cigarette, A,decade. of year bas passed away endure exposure or hardships.. It.re .e i11ttin r-&murts .fJ4nt'!
the people.. failure as 'a cook. since that remark" wa made. I bless quires, 'however personal and' conslant .. .
The position of 'Jesus Christ on the During recent year divorce has developed God it was addressed to mC!'. It put fire 'attention aDd the vines must' .' L.ARGE'S'INIt' SHOE: XCLtIeIV18Tsb1.
under euslon I* cfrarlynet Industry- the United bones which will burn
subject 4111 into an Into my hope be fa the rough treatment '
forth In Ills Sermon on the Mount': "It States, the legal profession and the an long a* I live. God' preached a subjected > LOUIS. U. S. A. n ate':) ,
has been said' "wt\\!>so..nr shall put I bench have done much to encourage stirring sermon to me that day by the of hired lI lp.

''''''''T-hla trite; Ift hiiii- Klre-her a writIng this tf'I'rlble-trame. . 0- month of tb.t..fnfldef'law7er.-Peter '

of divorcement but I say unto yen For 0211. divorces: In France tn' a Stryker. aloe .......... S1OO., '
that whosoever shall put away Ills given period tIre United State offers The readers of this paper will be pleased t ojesrathatthereUat j: & SCHoFIELn'.S'.SONS.'CO.: :
;,wife saving for the cause of fornication. 25,000' the United Kingdom: showing Lib I. v..tr.eth.. losE one dreaded diseasethat . .
rnuseth her to commit adultery. 475 and, the German Empire O079 for A certain evangelist i* using card intones bas beta able to ear In all IVTACOISr: GEORGIA -_ "
And Mark record those word of tbi name time. For 4 period of twenty on one side of which Is the question Itrtagni,and that II O.t.l"rlL. Hall's OatarrliOnrls .- _
Jesuit: "Whosoever putteth away his years In Maryland the rate of marriage What must I do to be saved?" and the only positive enre now known to
wife and marrieth another rommltteth to divorce was 01.94. Massachusetts following it are the Scriptures which lhem.dloaltrK"dty. Catarrh constitutionaltreatment. befno; oon- ENGINES

adultery\ attains tier. And If a woman averaged 31.28 to every divorce. point out the way of salvation. On the stitutionaldhea.eregalrs!. Hall's O.tarrhOurUtkn.lntoxnaUye4tlasdlratly a -

.hall put nway her husband and be Some of the popular theories are that other; side of the card is the question. ; upon the blood aodmueouMarfaae BOILERS
married to' another. File cotnmltteth divorce 1 I. due to the conflicting and Inharmonious I -What must I do to"be lost' and the *of the system,thereby destroy x1ri

adultery." And In Lukt w*> have set statutes of various States. answer follow. "Nothing." IDgtb.rOliaeiatioD of the'dtoewe. and giving TAN K S, <
forth the satap law of Christ. From Thtm as Colonel Wright; In his report I The reply i I. simple but wonderfully tbe patient strength by building op the oenitltutlon _
In doing It*
nature
Ills recorded word we lIre forced.to Inform us, it Is the belief that.persona Impre..II&n)' think that in order. aad assUtlnc.*bave so muotafaltbla
-.rore.-'J'bellropdoto.
the following conclusions: :That Jesus .residing In the ,State of New York to be l08f'theymujrruotlij'loggamut.of Itsaaratlr powers that they offer One Hun- TOWERSSTACKS.
allowed divorce on one and only one where the law la strict.are In the habit vires and be aggressively bad. Not dredDollanforany oas that It ,.UI'O earn I
ground l1ampl';;adultery, and that Hencema of seeking divorces in Rhode Island. 110.Ve are all bad enough to miss the Band for Use testimonial Address
to allow the re-marriage of theinnocent Hut the statistics show that of 4402 kingdom in spite of the good point we ,. ,.I. Cutter A Ice, Toledo, O.
Rhode Island only may bave. field by Druggists, IK.Take '
party. divorce granted flanufacturers of and Dealers In
'' Hall's Family fills for*on tlp.tloa. .
Life I I. constructive force.
In Ephealausv:222S: Paul given the ntnetvaevenwere to parties marriedIn an active .
noblest picture of the sanctity and dignity i New-York,, and 6f 0020 granted 'in It i* likened unto a living temple or In Tilde there M a foreign language HIGH .,GRADE HACHINERY ;
unto vine. It must.therefore be built
a ,
705 to parties
of the marriage relation for hu Pennsylvania, only / were '
compares It' to the mystic union between married In New York, while of// the up and unless there is activity thereis school where almost all language are Prices and Specifications ,upon'request. ,I.
Christ and the glorious: church of 280,544! couplet whose place of mar 110 building.. Unless there is active taught and. strange to say,. Russian I lethe _

the redeemed for whom Christ. died. riage was ascertained. 231,807 were divorced goodness there is no character and unless favorite.Cre. .
This Is no temporary bond to be in the same State In which they there 1* character there Is no sal! THE TRIPOD PAINT

snapped at will. Jesus In,to-day the lad been married.' vation.-. Brethren. Evangelist .Bheanaatlsia and Catarrh-M' .dlelsie
Head of His Church, an.rit Is being Third A fatal danger. The .attack Sm n.... '
OUTLAST
ALL "RQS.
tutrllled) \ by Him and mnde without upon the Integrity of the family 1* an Kplrltwil l"o. r t r. ,These two disease are the result of an w -O
in Romans unmitigated evil and a crime against Professing ChrlsUall.IOmeUmes attribute awful poisoned the blood. If
spot
Moreover Price
or wrinkle. and Color
Lists and Cards
Joints Free.
their to .
'MI:1-O Paul that the Christian social order which can only result In spiritual poverty na yon have aching back shoulder :
is argues ef the the destruction all that I* purest ; ture. One If penurious; another cowardly .. blade, bon pains crippled wads, leas or ..
set free the bondage .
from and they say it is because tbeY'Itave feet. swollen muscle.. shl sharpbiting THE TRIPOD PAINT CO.: ATLANTA. ,4'
world. Here ,
best in the .
law as the woman can have a new noblest and endowed by palm, and that. tired dleonngeifeeling ( GA.
been generously
liusbnnd of the end the secret cause of the decline less ; .
only on the death we of rheumatism or th* hawking.
former hnoband. But In I Corinthians and fall of the Romali' Empire :The nature than others and cannot help ItIt aplttlDjr, blurred eyesight, '....._ I sick PkXXCK. 35
vli2-jo\| Paul speaks,of the problem in law a* to family life were loose; dl. would be quite reasonable for one nomaoh, headache, nolaes. la the Jiead. I Ieoua mn-
family life rellpntt'd'I'bC're the husband vorce became epidemic, and the empire whose father's table.to'which.tie baa throat dliwharg decaying teeth. ci'ANtI-G R nUKE
CURE THE GRIP
went down In ruin and disgrace. TheKeTptvof free access, is dally loaded with bad breath' belflhlngVa. of eatarirh.. take
Is o. Christian and the wife a streets.with B. B. B. It kill tbe
Terror in Fra-ntfe followed the wholesome food to go about the Botanic Blood Balm ( ) IN ONE MY .
heathen and :vIce versft. He has two gaunt bony fingers and ghastly poison la the blood which\ cause the**awful "'1'" IS CUJIVAMTKKD&D TO 'CURL,: -
things to about! this new problem establishment' of a law, that marriage giving a healthy blood Pt.
nay and symptoms
to death
countenance starving GRIP BAD COLD HEADACHE AMD IEUEAUU.jr.
that hadnot arisen when Jesus spokeon could be dissolved merely l by appllca. supply (o the Joists and.muaon mem- IJIJIHI& NE .
i the first word is that cation; 20,000 divorces were granted In saying "1 cannot help It" God I* brace, and make a perfect ear of tie I ._.....IA....__......._"' ..._..... .._.,
subject HI* able make a penurious man liberal. 110 Vall sa-ywe aU .kYaAO& ..aT DOae.'T cv...
L the Christian must Part in one year, and during the same to wont rheumatism"' or foulest catarrh. ... ; .
not force a separa and benevolent a cruel ... -'ala.! Blood Balm *r.Dtaes.r.D.s Uaaataotarer, SfrseslS.fs.y x
tlon.* wife p.erlod-48,000( outcast children were carried : generous Core when aU, ., if
If the heathen husband or "
foundling hospitals and near- man a* gentle a* a lamb ors passionate (B. B.B.)Is Composed. pure:Botanic. Ingredients . .i.
li! Billing to contlnnjLthe union the into calm and a* the good .o-It. kidneys. Improve 'h
.' a* serene .Uh
man ...
'takeD 0 A lea
babies 'were F-
I Christian must be wllll&g to do so. 1y"10,()()() new-born bosom of a' monntaln lake' when' the the digestion. cure .)'II *1a.. ,A teat tor Whisker. q ,
I The marriage 1* legitimate and thechildren out of the sewers of the city and. from wind hushed Vent He i*.able' .perfect tonic for old folks by giving them l ..- Opts.. .
secret place by the police. Tb* I. are .. rich blood. Thoroughly tetd .I Coal..,M.rphl.jjA
ate legitimate. :But the other the to. make'alt abound toward all for ; pea I.. '\ _. _
word is thisSuppose the heathen indescribable horror of those times itImpossible grace thirty Dnraiat si per large 1t.' ''' 'I' a If m- y
lilt children.-Christian Advocate.Lwrt.r wltk ''for kom ". ras kla or HrrXsbaM ,
hus.and I. to picture and who will '. bottle, mmptot* otrseUon* .
;
or wife la not willing to keep ,.
up the'poatrlage relation and insist OnseP.rstlon'then say that directly or Indirectly the via Wbsl K4I' ... enra. 'Samp1.It..sad. Balm Co.._ Atlanta prepaid Oa. y VewiribeItroebla WriSagBlood. t1YtrIOrl1t' ... (1 t I' \ .fw.WTl.ir,
lDan'la.e.tate
the -
what Well. let the atlon of the a.neUf7'ot sad advice nN. _., A '-J.' .JIo
,, special k..m.dk.t' .httdl. k
1 1w t incident occurring .
: and the parity of the family life Sorrow > an -n: -roo ,
UOMUevtlllr' ieald .
ace' bulbaD4 01' wife so. eats contribute largely toward those now and then. ,It 1* the woof which i* Nat) la .letter..fora , - : 3&Ca.It.IiAvwi: ATLANTA.AM OA.It' ;

ot tile B.pees the word "depart" her"' did not ef terror? .The rejectionof the woven- /lato the warp of life and he.- ., -. and Bolivia hays the rkkrl'a.iI 1 tta 'I .m_" -Ti, .P 1;+ F. .. .....'."
technical word put day S Ttr8 Walsr .
way. .the'dlyIn.sa ,., "I' psofl's Eye -
not discerned nuass ia the orld.
the desecration who, ba. ;
OooTand '
It denial of
would| of Bible the .. __ ( ,
eem that till 1* a case bitter fruit erect. ess of sorrow, and the profound, _At4406)11f':: ) 1"0- : IIr/ @ ,
voluntary : of the home yielded '
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Ursa ree. 'be'If this eepgraUof_be 1-I'a..man1lp true.' not there; a (legal,6ul(!.'of dl. .the month taste.of.of France which, and still lessons llnger*written-1n the meaning yet to'which Icar*,1*what concealed.I lifdist-t. ,in ,pain,W.j that I P" .:7' 'T1'N. : .RADELE.SS: ( I IMa ; '"Y 'Es: _

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;' *L I' 'TbePleasures: and Inconveniencesof "

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..of a. Trip to the Mediter nean. ,

Piano ClubBy
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BY EDWIN S. BENDER. '

Mr third day ID .Naples begins by Many people drive It when the duet l luinot r -- -- -- - -- ------- .T
.r"'. bargaining for'a cab Jo order to taken ..too rtwp hilt olbe! '-wile!' U !I. au. .
s few! of the places of Interest ,. pram Icable. The .'..1.100fa cK..e (IQ''I ;joining our Piano Club you will be able tQ a-et.<

The'el'Lter of the w)>els nail hours the gate teat gives u* entrance, to the ,I $400.00 grade Piano for $267OO.on payments of', |
of theday ancl'' nl"bt. The cracking, exhumed remain of (he anclent.cliy
of whip*-live fchrlll cry of the Haw Oucu.upoA the inside one almost beuinea $$10.00 downnd'! membership dues of $3..OO. per!

+9..,' kers. Su- ot Vendor etcc.. slrauly dl.- <* awe" stricken at the Thought of month,. without 1. : interest.: Piano delivered, free to
Mti tractlDK-i-biii as lonly have what transpired .In this hlstorica
avery '
4 .few days more! to endure it I iuaaftlue/, place,: 1 presume the major portionof nearest depot as soon.as the first Ten Dollars Is paid.
I hall be able to uut up wlUi.H. To my reader have read Uxe historyof M.
t I" those who anliclpaui s> visit| to Naples I the city of PompeU If.not lose 0'1:
2 I would suggest the ", cabs, especially where lobe"" .are La.v PoiuK-ll| was overwhelmed by an eruption ''
dies ID the party, UK that la the '..only.wa1't.o of Mir. Summa in the year 79a. Advantage of club plan
t- escape the many annoyances, d.. ovEr 18O() years 'ago; Summa (
; i The expense in trifling and the cabs and Vesuvius were, practically, one. l .J *
are comfortable; 'l'hcj-e were two peaks, but after destruyina : To introduce-.and* -geti this. Piano "before .the.
We-drtve VIa.Roma and get out /: Ilerculaneum! a. shorfc 'dis- WANTED: REAL ESTATEMy
at one of the Narrow.,!$tteets. or Lanes luiioo rrom'Poiniied.' SUIDII1&8\lblllde\I\l, public, we will form a club of ONE HUNDRED
"" L which ascend they ern ; Inaccessible and 'has never since I been In an active "
to tbe.11mst in fuel thej areS state, Ashes, pouiloe .iou." *tad bits .. members, and each member will get a Pianp!

.0' hilly&a require steps- Here we of broken stone from the aster covered customers for the next six month _would like to have as many at.the-wholesale, price. The Club is limited to

Hod wash the of Flower each family Market\ stretchedacroRS.> The weekly miles the around whole, and face. these of the buried earth the for VACANT CO>-SBUsi'\ ) ESS H U .ES. COT GES,"ORANG.E GhOV S, }flMBtR lANU One Hundred and all instruments. 'will; soon go: ;

y, c the street from window. :Jto window 4ty-of. Pompeii to an average dvptlr C -TlE RANCHES to select from as possible. The probabilities'are there i

t of allhtheecolor.,4 the contains llalnbow cloth and inir centuries Of 20 feet, and excavation during the have nubaequeut taken wilTbe: 'something' doing in Kissimmee' and Osceola County property this r

a few the Ralndow never possessed/ ,. It place! by the ancivnts wbo secured :winter. The outlook is good and 'now. is the time to send in a list of Palmetto f.

Is As certainly a rule a they curious are sight crowded, from been many built valuables.from .the Many line marbles'temples have that what you haveTor sale This 'is a good time of the year to get.busy. I The ,Piano.

,i: one end to the other apd at time al- were excavated. During the middle No commission charged unless sale is made! through my efforts. C"

I u oat impassable. The principal one ages was alt knowledge'of I lost and it was the! not.Iw'of until Pompeii 17-18 How wQuld_Tornado Policy strike you? It. beats being struck bya Is an instrument that, has-been manufacturedJn.

delPallonetto. that jiccWc.ntally the true l location? ,ol to-rnado-and don't cost much. Fire"Insurance"' in 'ten'of the best our own factories, with some special features that '

An English speaking/guide pan! be the buried city wits, located and ever I companies! New York Life Insurance Plate Class Insurance, Health will make it stand the climatic conditions of this
since that lime excavating operations
procured almost ot the Hotels! -from ;
6 Francs $1.20)) un pep day-and hare been carried un with a great degree Insurance. Rent Insurance, Burglary Insurance, Accident Insurance. "i,. State better than any Piano eyer manufactured.
TourUlf. whose time la limited will. of auccexs.. It is not. roy inlentlon ,-
'save money by engaging.one--buL tl to write a history'of this ancient Taxes paid. Rental Agency. Notary Public.

h is your intention to doany shopping city hueJ'"st enough to give DIY readers J. M. JR.
_ which you certainly will.mure or less I of what a marvelous 'place WILLSON.
: 't that Is the time to .fettle with v.our it III' Among the most, important exoavationtt' / The Cable CompanyFRANK
It ia are the .Fttrutn and Basilica -
guide and I lot him gboeaune ao
,, established taclo' tb..t If he goes into the. teinples'or. Jupiter, Apollo, Her- ..#.*.*****e.*# **.***************,****.**#*..***.*****.*

y the storesto act as |nter|>reter for rules, the dwelling! houses ?f Diomedi
you you pay much-more for your purchases -' the tragic Vo"l Orpheus the Symposium 1 l' SUNNY SOUTH LIVERY STABLE:: iI J i E. CHASE.....l\tlr., Jackson vine, Fla.
; "s be In sure to get his cumin the Stabia-n Bathe, the Gate of -
"; las Ion-or his maccaroul asthey cu 1 )llerculaneum. Temple of Isis two .. SBNU' FOR CATALOGUE.
f it. Theatres and the street: of Tombs On :: ------ .. -- :

The trades-people usually speak walking through the streets, one sees T .
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W .' .KntflUn-enable you to get what au old bake bop. containing the ovens I i Livery I Sale' ----- : .:

you want and at a more reasonable and mixing pans of stone, a drugstore .,, rw Full Name
Remember the
figure, .nd you will find that. Biruie. with Us distinguishing! signs, I Always
fairly lofty. water fountains In the streets, etc, A -
Our next place of Interest 'is the little rnuKeii'm 3t tbe entrance Is worth I Feeds Stable I
c- National Museum, containing Dearly visiting, here are shown the bodies of i Laxative Rromo Quinine
150tOOobjecta of art and antiquity.The some of tbe unfortunates, ; one especially .
admission 'Is one franc. There is of a young gir.l with a ring on I 0lJ_
hardly a doubt but that the sculpture4L. her finger, a man lying on his left J. W. MILLER. PROPRIETOR J
In this Building has no equal in ":II- side with remarkably well Preserved Cures a Cold in One Day Grip in Two
ti' rope. Its masterpieces (of which there features, the body of a dog with a. col- I flGENTS STflNDflRD OIL COMPrtNY. i.i i. .
lar on. I In IWtt 'Iorelll made the experiment -
A, I', are many) are world famous. Its collectiob -
,.f Antiquities from the buried of removing, the bones of a i Broadway Opposite Postofflce.; . :
cities Pom pel fend Herculaneum(which'' body Imbedded in the. ashes and tillingin t8. I on Box. 23c.C. ..:.,;
we shall 'visit later) are something the cavity! with plaster of Paris. :: :Hdssimmeo. 'Florlda.: 1 .
marvelous, consisting of articles of The altitudes of'the bodies. show their a -.>
household use, tools ornaments, terrible death struggle and in their :: ,. -- = : w""%%,".%%%%%4'' .. .

,.t have weapons' been and buried beautiful foe; 1800 Mosaics yean---that and themselves flight many of of their them, clothing.had diverted Petri. :: Phone :1O2. All .:Kinds >a::a.u11ne-. i A, CARSON Pr.slde.l. N. C'.BRYAN. Secretary. :r!

,1 whlo related to the dally lifer\ manners fied the kind beans have, peas beeri-extricated and other things and of 4ee.................fNe+Flfe4ltFU. F7F a1wets4e.fThere .. '
and customs of those unfortunate peon are THE:
ple who were burled alive' : 'The col- seen In this .little"museum: together --- i'
lections; of Ge n.,' i)ronze.,. Cameos with handsome table skulls And
lobe"G.-\\ Erftruscan.and. Ortentai skeleton! of men and animals.; ? It in is Money\ in Growing Ginseng. & :
I Waters Carson Grocery Co.
: AH treasures are of great Interest and certainly a wonderful place, and cancan
priceless 'vaiue. One feels as -It hew only be appreciated by being seen

could spend days looking at then, but "Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock: we Prof. Howard of the Missouri State Agricultural College says: "I 1 ---=--- -- -....---- iWta sVV,...,. .... lI.teli D.af.n I If .
as my time is limited, will be obliged take a little steamer down.tbe_ BayufNaples advise'American farmets to. cultivate Oinsen<<,-* Big profits' are reali- i ,
to along.* Next toot the Cathedral to the Island of Capri about '
move
f ef St. Jaauarlea the old part .2! hours sail and the round trip far is zed. -It is a hardy plant and is easily grown.A bulletin issued by the GRO.GERIES,
xf Nap!' ., The building waa begun 10 Francs (92.00)) Before landing we Pennsylvania State College in part says: "The supplY of native Ginseng i
in 1272 and was finished in 1314. .I. are taken to the Dlue Grotto' one mile root is rapidly'diminishing, and the price per pound is correspond- f
In the south aisle is the chapel of from the city, where we are put lute/ ly increasing while!the constant demand for the drug irrChipa\ { stands i
small skiffs 3 in each and i '
SW Janaurius which COUNTY AOBNT9 POll
I cost 1000.000 passengers "_ :
i, ducats..or.$1,125,000.)( ( .. .Beneath the we slant for the entrance 'about, 3 as a guarantee of a steady market\ for Cjnseng in ,the future. Consul l _
High Altar is JIll crypt which contains feet In height,-and 'one 'is -almost o- General l Rublee Hong Kong says In theU.S. Consulor reports; The H A :Y: CKATES.:
the shrioe-and tomb of tbe saints., bilged to l lie.flat until upon the Inside. sale of Ginseng root grown in America Is very large here and the demand Celebrated Fertilizers

There are many more thing. of' interest ID the interior of this rock cavern the is so great that much'more could be disposed of ,advantageously.The G.1t'rN "''i
E T'
!,: here but I will pass them by. The roof is about 40 feet high/ 'the. water -. C .
Palazzo Ileale ,or Itoyal palace, is CO feet deep. The length of the Grotto root is as indispensable. to the four-hUndred-million Chinese as is '- 'Clrc.l r. m.t Prle. "!
_ beat visited it. stands at th< foot. Of Is 175 feet and tin greatest'width about their rice." ,?/' : ,/ ,' : ', ',* "". "-., ;. R P.ral...... .. .1111... !
.Toledo'or, Via Roma, it was built: 100 feet. The effect of the refraction Ginseng' is a staple. on the ((market the"same as" corn wheat and
io/lOOO-burned in 1831 and restored 'of the light'upon everything Is simply v&ries''from'
cotton. The present market price $6.00 to $8.50
$' in 1841.. In the facde which is. 185 Indescribable, and at first completely per
r' yards long are niches containingthe dazzles one. Objects! In t.he'water assume pound while the cost of producing is less than $1.50 It is'easy,to r HIDES'FURSWOOZ, {

statues representing the, Neapolitan a beautiful silvery appearance.This grow and requires very little ground." An acre of matured.Ginseng' is
1
dynasties of the last 800 years beginning grotto Is supposed to have been worth 40000. There is room in one's.garden to grow several hun

r ?, ending with with Roger Victor, of Emapuel." Nor mad'y and ,i connected at. Damecuta.with The the! Villa grotto' of was Tiberius com- dred dollars worth'each year. The plant thrives throughout the United i c ;atrsr: : :Produce: : F3pecialtyretk : ;

The Throne Room V* furnished with I ptetolr lost track of In the middle States and Canada in any soil.or climate that will ..arow'arden vege- ._ _, ,
t, 001 rich crimson velvet sod gold. The ages and rediscovered in 1826.' On tables. We sell roots and seeds for planting purposes and Can show ae> K"""" "'"
> Pining Saloon with* ... collections of our way back froln the Grotto to you how to make money growing Ginseng.! There. are two planting i .- .
L.4, China interesting. The. Picture'Y Capri are seen the ruins of the Baths
seasons spring'and fall. With! each order we give full Instructions''how'to
,
-' Gallery U not unusual. lor( Tiberius. Arriving Capri a city
i 1 Next we ,'visit. perhaps .tbe finest of 4000.inhabitants(( luncheon Is had, plant and care' for the garden- You can get a good start in this HasStood The Test 25 YearsGrove's
;,' .aq uarlum in the wlIl'ld.It.. contain nothing good about it but. the price, af- business for a small outlay and soon have a nice income Send two
fail the lower forms'of Aquatic ..Lifesuch -I ter.whicb carriage Is taken for a cent stamp today' for literature as coral and Boopbyte etc., drive J to Anacsprt, 3 miles along a
which is rarely seen 'in such places. 'road hewn out of the rock winding up RDEN'ROWER
.This Aquarium Is, supported ,by.. the 'the mountain and until recently one BUCKINGHAM'S GINSENG G .,)
Governments of the V. S., .Great I was obliged tu mount 800 etepa in order '
rL iBrltain, Germany, Italy Austria and to reach It. Above the city rises AND EXPORTERS
r' w_ 'Russia-this in return for the special the ruins of ifiu mediaeval Cattle of :
-s.. facilities extended to Naturalists who Gai-barosa, 1345 feet, named after the ZANES ILLE. ,- . OHIO. Tasteless Chi tLoni
j' are sent. bere' to study Ichthyology pirate who destroyed it. in 1544. Our .
r t, ,We now visit the Caller-la Umberto of Interest Is the ascent to -. ,
a vt ,where most of the ffnerehops are to be the Villa of Tiberius, consisting of a A.TLANTI9.C'3AST LINE' No-Cure-No-Pay. SO cents. ,
,, found. It is practical' an' Arcade- number" of vaulted rooms: now partly > 1
'4the nave..re' 48 feet wide and 125;' feet used as cow houses On the highest e -i
tl .blab,-tbe Glass Dome is Itfti"! 'leer; a* polojtli. a small 'chapel Inside of THE THROUGH CAR 1M FROM FLORIDA. -
when the level of : which lIthe cell of a hermit, who dispenses
lighted by elecer'rcitp esienight I wine and for a small donation '- ---- .
.'is a beautiful sights Orchestral concerts -" allows one to InscTTGe his 'name. GONNBOTIOMB. I
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\\'t'' are held her almost beautiful view of the of I. --
x every evening Bay Naples 'to
1 and as they are free, they are bad from here. E as'tl, Over its awn Rails to Savannah .Charleston. PAINFUL
well patronized. A large, well conducted -' The drive from Capri to Anlcaprl U t110 Richmond and Washin21on, thence Via Pennsylvania PERIODS
h cafe caters to those wbo hunger -, the most; fascinating one I have ever .' LL RAIL I Railway. .
and thirst bjt It appeared to me taken. We hear the steamers; whistle
}j tbatthe thirsty ones were In the front blow and we start for the landlLg hav To 'W East ((Via Montgomery) and Louisville sit; Nashville Life often seems too long to the woman who suf-'
row and some of them had a terrible tog spent a most delightful day and the fers from
....'. thirst. after. beautiful sail up the far famed and "Dixie Flyer Route" Via A tJanta... painful periods. .The eternal bearing-

"r .On my return to the hotel the usual Bay we arrive at Naples 6 p. m., To Via Savannah: & ''Ban Steamship Company," for down headache,backache leucorrhea.nervousness
..ext.ort.l"nlate demand la 'made by the .ready for a good table D'Uote Dinner. the'E a.st New fork: Philadelphia and 1IOllt.on, via .Norlo\)\( dizziness
4 'Cabman anattempt'; )W swindle me, which Is served at 7:30: p. ,m., and I Steamer to New York, Washington and Baltimore, griping, cramps and similar tortures are
pure and simple: even after. having' can assure you that Justice was doneit. L. .' via liayanDah; and Merchana' and Miners Transpol" 'dreadful. To make life worth living take
arranged with bID', so much per .- A.my steamer sails for Alexan via .Steamshlp atlon Co., for Baltimore and Pblladelpbla. '
hour.* Here the Portler or Porter as ; dria., Egypt tomorrow,W ed. at 2 p. .-
p" we would ssycomea into play. He always -: m.. It will require' all my; time to get Key West attdj 'rib Pen suar:& Occidental Steamship .
speaks.English and ho .explains toy luggage in .b..pe.a It Is my In Company
t matters sod if Mr. Cabby U not' satis- tentlon to store most of it- here until "'ineoJ@rclai
r'vl fled (and be usually 'is) the Portier my return so if nothing happens next limited Route, Chicago of We A UT'Florida.m.-.n Llmltefl..r.nm, New and Dixie York Flyer.Hi Florida Mpeolal.. Florid and West In .l la u
J" altos t.ohe cab..and from a pocket week we will be on our way to the one
- it 11' which hangs from the driver's box of the oldest, as well as one of the Quickest Schedules Superior Service.
extracts- ticket with, theDrler'a most interesting. / countries In the Woman's
number, this Is given' to -a' PQliceman. world. For Information ...lor.I".. scheduler,etc.,roninlt the Purple rold"'r,or contmonloate with Relief ,
,, l and be does the rest.-. :;'- '- '. '. 8. HARTin:,",.. WTlUon P.....n.er Aient. Lamps n*. '
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Naples as we know is, noted for Its TnCure a Cold in Ui:Day' R. M. KHEBBONtTrafflo; MaDircr N,:- W. J. CII. liJ. General Iauener Agent., It quickly relieves Inflammation; purifies and en-
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'coral, tortoise shell and lara orna.j T.ake Laxative rom'o' Quinine Tab.lee. riches the
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'a of -- -- .. blood strengthens the constitution andy;
which I
meats some secured a, a i All -
.reasonable' figure. As I will druggists refund the money W. J, Carter C. W. Dean:;and U,. D. Car permanently
be Carter all
? i If It-tails to cure. E.,W. Grove's/. signature one of the leading1 Mo ter. of'Jtaup and nailej, Ga. and cures diseased conditions from which.
obliged/ to return to Naples from tore In a commercial .
,. Oriental trip ''J will leave U here and my I |s on each box.', 250. it i way will likely; sorer largrecportion acid financial Lakeland who will continue the bust- weak women suffer. .

ii, will speak of It again. '. A' tbs of ii. at CarUtr'n, the style of t.befirm being It is matchless
/ trip up | -Tampa and Return' $2.BO.i, flnaociatnt*rests with Tampa. Tbe Carter Manufacturing marvelous, reliable. *,
to the summit of Mt."Ve.auylua Is llre- Mr..Carter ie Co.
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>vef-Wednesdayior At all
:Via';Xltantlo Coast: Lint." AooounT Mr. Carter's wealth runs into tbe druggists'In $1.00 bottles.
r some as. dangerous I .- Thursday for Jacksonville' and.*AL1an-] __
$ 1 mad up my'rdind to enjoy:It. from the of Florida State Fair. Tickets'-on ta, and U is bit fotsntioh".to buy ..a hundreds of thousands all of which lie "
.window la my room at.l.be 'lolAll&Dd sale November' 14th and< dally thereafter home and locate In ODe of these cities, has made IQ'tbtp timber and mill bu.IDe. .- WHTTX os Atn'TDt' '
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p ... It I. only 5 mile from: bare ihluk except Saturdays and Sundays, Mr.Cartel1 sold last month' tO'-Jet-'' -. Mr. Carter is In erey .e .e. a freely 'and "II'OI'J'DJJ: ) CR1ATI.T.!
that-.m.be plenty near noujrh.> 'It Is up to and Including all trains schedule too-Dekls Lumber Company,, his eiv self-made man, for: but a few years d nc frankly' strictest semiwrite.* Mrs! L. E. Clevencer.oflleu.ii
r r :Monday. morning: and at >9 a.- m. we ed to arrive In Tampa before noon of tire mill plant and real estate to the ago he -wasthe possessor. of but little troublesWs tcUIng us aU your symptoms and vlewN., C.'fatmr mcnthlyperlod' '
; ( take the electric, train, to Pompel 15 November 30th. vFin.IliniU; ;of '"tick, Garrison for'a sum In excess of; 1100,- of this woflufa goods, but with untLr- "< sealed will aen4freeadvke. (la aU my life, but the first bottle of Care'plain
mile It takca'; J>o.erer" ,30. minutes December lat.. <* ... 000 and'jesbrday olos J tba-deal on lag energykeen ..,foresight; dlei' envelope) Address: L.dui: me wonderful relief and no*"
'. :+ y }t to mak.thedt.tano.-*'''nd" theretora ;r..J. !fr.IABTBELLy the sale of bis rbolduigs 'In nil and ,together with honest- and upright t. . AdvlraryDept.Clultanooga'I b tt*'JieaJUt than I have been ,
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J ter' ; .60iseatlmec "q0' cents, Division. Pass6oirerAgept, \ Umber properties;, at' Carter's fora Incas dealings he has rapidly a ; Co., Chattanooga, Tantir for*Ions;Unls.ft, : *', :J.L
.1:: 1.4Iranof -iff '.'; i- Fir! ed the allppery bill of flnanoial .
,,***I n ; ,' -Tampa, J j slmlla; amount J. 3f JJuroeit 1* pro.perity..Tampa ,-
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