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 10, 1905
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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: VID00202
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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FIRE, FIEND, Citizens at Meeting Opera House., "COUNTY COMMISSIONERS- ,.f ,tt'trt"t'tt'Jtitt", ) ' lltl111lilflit111i111i111iI11111l1111111111!' ;' , ' ''t.I1J.., '" mnntttin i! ttttf1 ,


WORK? HAVOC .. full Reportof the Regular Meet!

Adovat.rs <
' "- Temperance.wForcea Get Their lug, Held Nov. 6, 1905.. .1 I lOur Fall Annottttc'etttent: .

: Together: sad Orgaaice:

Four Stores and A ,BarberShop Wet .(t1{ .. KI.SISMMEE, 10'"". Nov. 6, 1905. ,.I : -
for ,a ,, and OryCampaign" The Board of Commissioner g 1Wo.ivant 1
'Go Up in Flames. County every man !In K8| lramec. and, surrounding 'country ;
convened at 10 a, m. .tbere to
.. present: B. T. Butler, Cball'ma.nLY; '* ==E see tills inagnlflcont stylo .sh.iw.. Wo have 'done oiir part w.II.;spared ,.=:I

W, Key, H. 8. Partln, J. F. Wil. E notion expense or pains In our efforts to gather >for thIs Men's Dross '

LOSS" ABOUT. $25.QO(), In carrying response Osceola to a all'County"Dr the purposeof *" I' loners Items' and; (J.*J.H.III.Walker Walker having, Commla-pw* the- latest and' bost'ln. every, .article of apparel for, ,men and boy8."JljJWsV Ust1. 'IE ==

and to devise ways and means for' the .ented bis commission) P. A. Van .. .

e .accomplishment; of. this end, a large I Agnew County Attorney and W, It. ::; .
Buildings. Will. Rebuilt. Bettor, number of representative bus mess men Johnston, D. C.. _' \ a "
and More Substantial mot at the' fpC1'a'Uous last tYtday The minutes of iarmeet.
Than '"
approve .
evening. fact that the 1 ing were read and
They We're'Before.. .. call was Issued Considering so late in the week and The Tax Collector presented his Insolvent S Our Celebrated High Standard
"', and double
the publication! of It came out only erroneous list. .

The most disastrous tire that ever' a few remarkably hour before'fine*the gathering meeting, Itwasa The which.The bids was examined for leasing and the approved.county con E - OUARANTEpp CLOTHINQ.: ?

happened itt i Kiuslmmee occurred here meeting being called' to order and : Vlcts were opened, and read as foU; == The styles while-cut In th* newest .
shapes and
Wednesday night, denlrojloir about I lu. stated Iowa, to-wit:. B. O. Lewis &; Co.; : latest ma
twenty-five thousand 'PlH'poet they proceeded to I .IZ:;. a terials,.are just fresh fronrthe tailor
dollan shops of the
worth of )0, motion a committee of per annum; J. A. Anderson &; : !?
property, which was-probably about Co., 98.00 per annum. There .
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five to nominate appear'iag d '
onw-thh-d covered with insurance. Executive were'Committee appointed empowered to clrculate an- to be an error in the bid of Lewis H 4. II ,Our Celebrated Jfcjmant, ,, Brand P laker"1 _
The origin of the fire Is unknown it ft Co., upon statement,, made- to the S r '
petitions for the call. of- the :: Wf
hafin"", been discovered shortly after election and.to-prosecute campaign Board, action on them was suspendeduntil } have today,Jeoelved complete line; -they are
eleven o'clock when the afternoon. > E the latest materials and
partition between with vigor. This Committee Dominated newest shapes Hats and furn-
the Waring Dry Goods Co.'* the following well known gentlemen The report of the various county E Ishin ..,-we carry a complete line. -. r rI t

store and Klaslmmee Grocery Co.'* :_ officers were examined: and approved. I .

more was found to be on fire and had J.' W. Miller.. U. M. Ptann, B. 'C. The Treasurer's report showed the. E Shoes!. Shoes,!!
gained such headway that It wa. tm- Miller, W. B.Maktnson.w.J. Waring, following balances on band, to-wlt: .

possible to atop the flames In their J.' H. Lancaster"J. M. Gardner, J. County Rcronut.. ................. .,tSll. / 4t! E' We carry a big 'liha/of: the ,best make.
work of destruction.In ........ Try our $5.60
i M. WllUon Jr. ,C Buckets H. C. Coutyy KiMul .v.. .. '.... .. ... 107 xo
a short time after the Flu ;an i Forfellur.ru d .. . .. DM M =::: patent.leather, they are strictly up-to-date
Alarm was Stanford! C. I* .Bandy, Walter Bass School Kund............ .. .. .. . ... .. 1* se :::' i shape. We on style and
given Broadway, In front of the burn Sr.. S. B. Story! Ackias Basu. J. W. 1tI'18ub-Illt.No.' 1 .. ......". .. . M 741 guarantee' them not to crack; or we will return
bulldlpgs! -was literally thronged Simpson. ftrhnol Hub-DlBf No. a.. ..., . ., . ., Ice/ Ol =: your money. ,, '
with people of both HchnolHut..HBl. No. C---------------- 9 OA ,, f' ;- ' -
sexes, each 111'11.|| E '
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They were! authorised to ..eect.therCJmwitt.eelDen School 8ut.h'.t. No. eel tL.rek
ling and anxious to lend a helping from the Various districts .H *iln-.r r8chuul No.4----------------- .ass tw '' --,----
hand to fighting the flames and *avng DRY'G'oODS.
of the County to assist them in .
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\ whatever-pruperty that might be their work. tot.tol. r fJMO t ? ,,
saved from the burning blllid InICS. After stirring addresses the meeting: The paid and cancelled warrantswere

It looked at one time ax If the entire adjourned.. The Executive: Committee destroyed by fire., p open board. c '
We also
bock of building from Dann's Gore proceeded to organise and has already A communication was read from W. C .I./ c t' .., 1 carry a complete lino,of',= I
rt Stanford's L. Van Ouzor
would be consumed, but asking for the additional
met to formulate plans for the prosecution .
the solid brick walla of the \Hutle of the Campaign. 'The battle Ts warrant for$1,000 for the State Dry '

building oo the north and the Stan 'now An Id earnest and\a lively campaign Fair Exhibit and .a warrant was ordered Goods, ,;
ford building on the south, proved Is expected. Apparently there drawn In favor of-W. L. Van "

impregnable fortresses and though 1* a wide spread sentiment In lavor of Uuror, as Fair Commissioner, for this d1. d. ; _, Trimmings Millinery 1 ,',
each of there amount. .
buildings caught tire this movement throughout the County : ,. ,. 4
several times, the gallant bucket brl Also a communication from'c"Ule I' S ,
and the t>rosi> 'cui of tlUooe8.are exceedingly '
Bade was oo hand to squelch it, and bright. 110MA THOMAS; Inspector James Durrance, in regard .R .. Skirts: Jackets Capes 1
the (fire wa. confined to /the Pfann and Secretary of Meeting; to two parties driving cattle out of ,, ,
Miller buildings in between.At the county without having them inspected o _
this time It I I. Impossible to aocu -- also. from Charles Bass, reporting == !:1 and Shirt Waists. ;

rarely estimate\ the louses, but.the 1u1.l Dedication of Christian Church. rattle shipped without being == <=;) 'd ," '..

lowing jit a rough estimate as give inspected. both of which! were referred --. O :;:;j ,
by the several parties interested: to the County Attorney for action === < ,2 = --,, I : ,
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U. C3. (Stanford building .damaged Last. Sunday witnessed one of the Also. a communication from Campbell "

1,500; insurance ",OIN). ..Imposslblas most successful church .dedications in )1 & Co., In regard to the sewer and . 3I M. Kanner
yet ro estimate damage to stock. the history ofKUslmmee The splendid 'water plant for the Court House, explaining w &CoI 1 1to ,t

Wiring Dry Goods Co. Lo.. new edifice 'of the Christian Church the delay and agreeing 0:>,. l! '
arc $10,000; Insurance. 3,0110.. now"almost completed. wal dedicstedwith forfeit $100.00 if work was not com E CIS 61r; c
Klsslmmea Gr x-ery Co. Loss between appropriate ceremonies. menced by Nov. Nth, 1905.: c::: (jfJ Jot + ilea JdssJmmee'prjic Co'.k and'
I120O and SI/MO; Insurance 'IIXX Three large interested audiences Also a communication from Jo. H. A ;
U. p. Pfann, building. Loss W500; assembled during the day, at 10.30 Jones, Es<)., advising that the Board E., 1' .. one door from State Bank. r

insurance, 2K)0.() ) '.- "' o'clock the Ix>rd's Supper was celeb-, could pay the expense of. rett.lnjf.up
J.Z.-. Kobf-rson, druggist. Los rated.. AU 10.30 the morning session ths.vttr.ious: petitions to the Boardasking !P21il111111 111111111111il1111111111111111111 l11111111 t''itiii'iiI'1IlIl1I''UIIULIUUWLU-llit11Ul1}' ' '
$1800; Insurance MOO.B. opened willa fcervlce of song a lite purchase on getting up a ,

C.. Miller, barber shop and con voluntary being-rendered'-by,a large set of Abstract Book for the county' .?. r?. J ..,.--- .-7--------, ., ,
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t fectlonery store Loss .93000; Insur chorus consisting of members lobe which was.filed as information.. __. .
mace 91.000.Mrs. . variousehurcb, choirs_ of the city; W fi lior, Co. C'om.ucl .....,.......l;.. 400 ,

HIllcT and C. W. Dann removed The Baptist Church Quartette also 8 rartio. .M. .. ... .. ........ 600If 700SVWIIlistibe .e -
their stocks of poods from rendered a mach appreciated selection. ,- .1 ." ISR 00 x!
their stores as a" precautionary meas The program was parried practicallyas : L ....1.', Clerk sod Auditor.,..... ....x IIQIO: i FALL AND WINTER GOODS.Largest ;
ure, but tie fire was checked before I It announced,the mlnl V A Vans A>n"w,_.."' Mtorocr20 /C4 .,
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reached Uiera. -. log, as follows Her.;. K. W L LCSmpb WfHMl.lanltnr I t up4 Poor Farm i.< sod eare.r. .24 00 . M/IrM/Nq/M/ . I
The Duller building, which had"a Pastor Itev. B.'I,. Denbara of New .. .. ..,, .... W no
Ii' York; her It. .Nlchol.of MassacbuvOs Vnll..>Jii...-ttebrl.t/nt.t.......- .t:\ rin-4O ": -
very narrow escape, occupied by Klu.Tal_|>teoii.4:0: I mo telepbons'j.j SOW
Mugge'a. saloon;upon which there was ;.. .l.Uv.H. P: .la.cklunand: Dr.. H Ckr..ou. noM anb lot. Good R M Co.. Ids M Stock:
Insurance.. The building- was In- Breaker: of this City W.lur Loren., esp.1 cblld'n St. Ans'a.,, U 70Mnrder ,
cured for $1000( The sermon of the morning was delivered : A. Crawford, tf. haul varutefcd '
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The Pfaon building, which was by ne,. U. L. Den bam, the K/n K L f lent.llrbt.l.ll, 2 g 7Jn.i eo. .
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burned originally a brick veneer' topic being "Love's J1)1"The sermon IUDMI1. work Bonyr Creek brides. 107 M 'Lat si'.St (Ies. .
which had recently) been changed into was a scholarly, masterful delineationof HAWK Drew Co., book clerks o loe.., 11 10If ;,
A .tll. Poremanpyr roll Oot...,.. .. V7 fo
a solid.brick; and the Miller buildings the wllllng< sacrifice and service W. AC ternco., luutMT. .lo..,. 7(180 :
were pf sheet iron, with brick veneer rendered by; love appealed stronglyto 8(10; Jtllw(p.:,road: supplies. ;test .. '
fronts. the hearts.. of the hearers and closed w B M.klnwiu. <'4>.. feed: mulee.. ... .. 43 75FrtdHclnUnh -. Lowest :Prices J
Ed Hanks .,. .. 8 '
grave 00M
The upper wall of the Stanford with .a call ..for;' funds with which Vp Coiner, work.ou road machlu! ...?:,,,, I f vo- . '
building is so badly damaged that It make up the amount necessary to Jounauinorawinc lurv..... ... S OO .
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complete the building. The raised Tbump>on.eoOln Kd Hank.; . 6 DOV CONSISTENT
sum HO.NeS'T''GOOcS.
will have to be reiuo' >ved. and a new : L Lmley, rruordlnv eto. ... ... g H WITH FRESH ..
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one put in. during the day land .ioee- I. about J M Wilkor rood work....... .. . .. .. s SI ::
We understand that Messrs Pfann $075.00. J KUIIbert. 8r., com. ,..... ... SS M c
The afternoon service was a fellowship . L P Hughrjr b.l l.one-Dftb risen. 1901. VUJ > -
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and Miller will bothrebuild right! O Canipball, work at Poor farm '.. 8 : -- : .
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address of welcome -- - --- --" -,
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away, and that the new structures will meeting.! J B t'nderlilU.'road' work ; .,?,.... 8 00 IT
be modern, up-to-date, fireproof build was delivered by the Pastor, followedby J W JohniMiu, pay Mad work,. ... ... 7 78 n n n n T t1 h n n eHURRAH
from Revs 1Jeobam, W W Paolo. pay roll road wo' k-------- III 00
ings. Nichols-responses and Jackson. Letters of Par Aldrnnaa. road work.... ... ...... 4 00 I r.-
greetlog W L Van Dntor, bal air appropriation, 1000 00 ', '"
LBTTBR'TO-w.. L. VAN' DUZOR.KI9SIMMBB. and congratulation were- also sent Town 11.1.Cliv water cio.etfee, .....-.. -Ifi ff sT
from Mr. ei. U..Aultman bf Miami w.Msktnaon.r.xcot. oommlaaloiis. .. 12* HiJMW.lker.oareJ.il I' .
FLA. .. ....."..... .".. .. Ij fill) .- '
Miss Rebel% Withers pf Ooree, and W RoIohn.\oD.ertmlnalta... ,.. . .. .. AMI S r '. .
tlrs.. E. u. Itayner now in Worcester., J N Watker.ortndoal. ....... .. 40 an ;
Dear Sir: A gallon ..aved'I.Is 94 or Mans. J M W.lker feed prtaoners.. .. . ..... '1440. ......_ ,' ,
93 earned. '* The evening service marked the After which the Board tobk a recess S -" I, "" "

Two gallons saved Is 93 or 910 earn opening of the evangelistic! campaign/ I until 2 d <'

ed. I. now In progress, with Rev. II. L. The Board reconvened at 2 P. n>., ,; -, I tip 'my hat'to Star rDtHSboeS. /.',says: 'Tomtny..:' ,
Three gallons saved I. 912 or 915' enham as evangelist. There was aU present. w ,

ear need one confession, and three' were received Mr. Collier of the firm pf B. O. b7 eS* **Seyeral styles for boys /? '." '
Four gallons saved I. $16 or 920 from sister Churches Lewis & Co.. apjpeared before the andgirls "A1
earned. x The formal dedicatory prozalIetth11tallde Hoard.nd said tost his bid for the .
Five gallon saved is 920 or 925 the house to tlit worship of God, county, convicts should, bave read the.way that ''Bull Dog" s stocking wears, .Is a

earned.! was offered' by-Revt-Rs-A- Nichols at .12.'l:.P8r.JDOntb. Instead of ;per annum Sr- ,.

It costs. 93 Or. 94 a gallon to paint, be close of the service.- The evening and so make It read, and he being wonder.. ,. \ ;
besides. the paint; as much to br sb-on audience la considered the largesubat the highest and best bidder, on motion '- . :
a gallon of worthless. paint as Pevoe. ever assembled In a house of worship of H. 8. Partln, Seconded b, W.' '" a . .
Mr Eara' Hatbmell, Wllllamsport nKfssimmee. Other attractive features W Ivey, the contract for the hire oi GET 'EM AT : i! ?

Pa, 11 gallons of mixed of the day were a duet. by the Misses the county convicts for the ensuing ", } _:. . ; D.ANN'S1
paint for his house; Pevoe took 0. Carson and Hinton and a ,solo bv year'was awarded to B. O. Lewis & -
Yours truly . Mile Helen. Carson. Co. under an indemnity bond of $500 '

F w DEVOE.& Co( The building Is of attractive archtectural at the rate of $12.75 each per month, iV VVV VVV : ::
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4H .NewYork,,: design, and ranks as one Davable1 on- the first Monday in each VVVVVVVVJVVVVVVV, ,

of the most.admirable. public buildingsof month;and the County Attorney was ..., \ .
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the City instructed to- draw up.and bave executed \
tlonaad. music
REWARD. the necessary papers. OP CHRIST HOTES.' Sober service begins at. 7.15 each srelal.o'.repltesented1' *'If.!;
with
each
doe .
a .. work.; .
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Jacksonville, Fla., Oct.,'16, 1005. .. Retrns 2.BO. The Hoard.warrants, were Then signed up in .. evening All are moetoordiallyloviteb.Comet! Preparing this exhibit baa been tine "

The Southern Stock Growers open The bond of R. O.'Bas to 'cal'r1'a Have you been out' to bear Eraogre- E. H. UAYNKR. Minister.' exercise' for the pupil., and will prove soy;\ ..
Association for the Via Altantlb Coast Line. Account a greet advertisement of the edufla
organized promotion B. IA Devbam If you baren't t
of the of Florida Btata Fair Tlokets pistol was approved. fist School' : tlonal adventajrea ':of tbe .
-of the beet4nterest! on On motion s>t W, W. Ivey, seconded you have missed much; but .there is The t Exhibit ; County s
stock growers, fully appreciating the sale November 14th and tally "there.after by J. H. Walker, A. F. Bell wa still much to pain If you begin to come Yesterday afternoon the Hlllb School be.ldeo-wblcb the:. 'school stands ,ta, '"
8aturd.y. .nd Sundays fine showing to win tbe ti
Commr.lloner.of 9160.09
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efforts of the County except elected of Roads and t.be- ( prtte .r.
and including all trains schedule Superintendent riThendruggists' exhibit for Fair w.o on exhibition offered for the best school ezhibit."n
Osceola County to put- a stop tc up to grocery flrmeehave : n
Bridges for Osceola' county, at a salt I I.al'lDL7 fqr the inspection ot the patrons and .
len II- cutting And other..depreciationsdetrlminal <>> ed to arrive In Tampa before noon ofNovember consented to close at 7:16, '
kindly
of 30th"Finittimtr-0f"tlcket. .oo..per month_.to take effect_. .J friends of the school. 'B. C. Miller has reopened his bare,
to the best interests .. December on the let day of J.nuarI906. I p-M Tuesday Wednesday-Th u I'll. "Th teachers-and..-pupll.have-booa berjsbop the front part'of,the btoyw '
stock growers and property reward 1st.J.. S..HARTSELU On motion of W. W. Ivey, secondedby day and Friday of each week during untiring in their efforts to ..prep aN a ,ole shop, next 6o tbe postoffloe.
here by offers a supplemental 1 Division Passenger Agent H. S. Partin, the Cleric was Instructed the meeting, so all can come: out and. creditable exhibitaud that they have Mr. J..J. HUlar .'the hustling1 reoresenatlve -' ''
of dollars for the arrestand
two hundred I erTloes.
the '
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to advertise for bide to furnish fully succeeded was tbe universal of
Get verdiet the Tamp."Tribuoe is la
.conviction? ..of .any. party. orparties .Tampa, Fla feed. etc.. by the quarter for the into line and come face to fscq of the many who visited the school town today and made this" office',a,
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such acts, ana ai and opportunities(
I'Ulltr.of county mules. with truth. Time building yesterday ", fraternal ibis mcrixlnir.WANTXI .._
-this say that it will I Seminoles at the Fair. Chairman R; T. Butler was empowered are passing, and it wont hurt you. to The exhibit includes. work in everr'J call:
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Wholesale'
offer and assistance >- By Chicago e
oo-operatlou to church. '
to sell the orange and grapefruit . come Trade and department of the school
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to Commissioners of other Counties i Mr. W. -R. Washburn 'went 'to crop on the Poor Farm, and recommended -' Notice the subjects for'this week and and Prof' Smith and. bis.able corps and mall' order house. .I.I.tan&' managerbtan'orwomao I,"l'.

In a similar way, to the end that the Tampa to-day,. for the purpose! of that they 'be sold by the be on band to' bear" the diicu.sion. of of assistants-have. 'Just cause to be and, ( ) thgaoountv ""
property owners .b.n'be protected ; naklng arrangements for a Sesolnole box oo the trees, the proceeds of the ,.each proud of the achievement the-pupils ajololn territory 'El Plry 920
throughout the State. village on the Range. Bill Brown sale to go to the count revenue fund: i Friday; ''Causes of The'Pownfallof'Famous under their tutorship,, and expenses: paid weekly; Expense :
Dated at .Tackarn.l1IeJ Florida, I to There business .People". money; advanced. ,Work pleasant; i
and a band of Seminoles are to fro being no farther Among; the moat striking and Intereating '
October 10, -1905 by; Ol'l1er'of the .Tampa. and win take their squaws Board adjourned/ ,* . Saturday --" ''A Remarkable Cob- : exhibits are several raised position[ J>permanent. No iuvestment _
Executive the South 1 or experience required Writ atone /<< 3
Commute of with will Terslon". .
done
tcaninales them.They J in
them
; maps, puttyone'of
t: .Easfern 'Block Growers Association. built St.. U. 'Mad to Order; ' a for fail particulars and enclose'self1addressed J;||
: palmetto shacks and dress in Sunday 11 A.: ;M. "Bad People in largo globe with an entire map of (heworld.
o-ZO-lm.' he approved Seminole fashion. The Every thing In Stencils, Metal and the Church.!' The general school work: in 132 envelope.Lake COOPKB: Co.t"I'"
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Indians will give some of their dances Rubber StampLine of regular Sunday ..'.7.30 P.M. "God's Plan.; the different \& ,tbe"High Street, Chicago,J.IJ .
'Has Stood the Teat 28 Year and,for tJ1 la Pub- Stencils. Jnks, Brushes, Pads etc., on Monday-r-'QnU your. Meanness.1: School and the 'several .grades .is To Clan a Cold' la,(>.. 1MJT-

-t'h.: old, original, Grove'a": Tasteless lotne p oLIUlr"Wmt.ofthe- tribe. band at all times. Linen Markersfor Tuesday -",What about Miracles" neatly done with penxand ink on loose Tak.LazMlve' Bromo Quinine"Tabslets. i

this l Tonto. You know what you are (t will prove a most interesting' exhibition marking: table'' and individual Wednesday .-.+ "The Purpose,.-.of3apilsm. .beete,-wbieh are tied In beautiful All druggists refund ,the,money :-'
natives of the Big llneos.. ,,,,A.. M. " : white if it fails to E. W. Grove's." ? .
taking" ,ii u iron abel qnlniiie." In atasteless of the Cyres ; NICHOLBoNI COYe printed in gold with cure. alr

form.,-, _No _cure.no_k-' par._ Mo.._-p '*".-Ft.,Myers )sees.v . ., : . Tbul'llda-frne! Power-T- .,of V o'IJtfe'V' I gilt cord.' The classes) in arts,elocu- nature is..on eacb_boxi 'Sao. ett. ';" ':

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ATRULy.IDEAL wIF : ;pIT3pi'rmnfttIy41red. "o Ill a oreaiistor1Iritda7'$1C ... .Oo" 1, 'A MUD' VOLCANO., HORROR IN ODESSA/ T 1A.'JObLAT1ATLO'. Uete".ScJeCy: for the! ,"'Prevention
kIia..Urea:
011111.
of Cruelty-to Animals. whtnThia
t "... b3ttl.rituatron.tloo Irtj
y f p:\ ,.0.i ,rHERHUS8AND3EST- oeetorert2tl1aI : extraordinary: Seen on a Tropic/ '. l iaeuetf' Roosevelt DealsNovember Its headqnartora-. Eolfast, Ireland
i -Z4.l..1&.Lima.; 11,, Mi AlfUl.... ... 'a..U""l'.4 ( by' president' ,'
HELPER u -' -- .-- .land. Wft. the
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; 1"'U..llrtJ4"nt : ( .JOt IWItlni! Thirtieth asThanksgivinj inda-ln' Belfast! In year

Health Is the GrUfc .- in (cOlib\nellIJ2'I3'tnbab.. Some 4tme ago the natives of t3r1t. Corpses Thickly SrtWf* .t lo Day. 1830. At Its late annuaj meeting one;
Vigorous BoureeTol ited iiouwMi: }uql. .
.' Pow.r to 'luaplr. and nuoounureAll I S .lab North Borneo reported that a : -...- hundred anCflfty prizes! were. diatrlbu-

Women Should Soak I*., -. MI'I..WIT8I tlw'"t'.,.. bIn:mrtfl IO ChllJro'\) btsgo/ marine-" mos *..:.* lilaCS of otopus (). ,Streets! Russian City. President U qseve1t.. Thursday- Is. led for-tho beat es;ays rn "The Right'

1r -. 'c Jn.ofletia tliegiimtCitiIeCPIDfla1nfl1'tonsIM '" made Its place of recre&- "
: num'I1'
had Treatment.
of .AniiMilvto: Anumber
On. of the t r&nenr.'i'v1'iI!.-oll".2lo.) a DotkW sued his proclamation naming Novem
mo noted.. nooasfuI; and4 I K 'Whtch
/ .= Island of Llblman. of Urons rneUU
tion .o'Ii tba : were awarded
,richest man otthIcentiyu: her 30 as a day for Thanksgiving, The: <
a recent .
v,1nu".iItnftus; , row" IIM a P'lj1' lies Eome twenty miles north of. San rnenabers of Royal .Irish* t
article, ha,.aid. Whatever I to the
iun God THOUSANDS ARE KILLED proclamation is as follows:
whatever, auscass I have atUiWd |In Iptlon! el.) 7SCOU.___ all an town. The mons'ef wa.. nlautly "'When'nearly tree centuries Constabularly "for :Service In th* ;'
t:
_ . ; this world I owe all to lay'wlf Prom J Am sure Vlso'j Ciuo 10:Coniii\m?tioruvo,1my descrIbed: os 1o size/, appearance.; (. agibe first settlers to the .
the day I first kn.tv her she hits b*..nMI Uletbro) y eri aqo.'Mrs, 'iu'il .lon111'11. and habits,' and was said to burro! ,. caru country ""
: Inspiration and the irr uU. ; >bt helpmate :<.UiH'l"ot., ;i S-or.-Iu". 1'1. .. ".'.b.II.\( :"' deeply into"tha heart of the lilac', On,. Report Estimates That' FlvThousand ; which has now become' this republic, J - ,. -. -

of my life,," nd-"t-: ;; ;:;::; IM mud and water. It bad they fronted, not only hardship but Lawyer Pays fbr Bad Advice.
: __ ___ J. pIn ipfrc iiieiUty. O\el' and 'throw People Havs Fallen Consul-Qeneral Queunther in
mile a df 5' on t.henIn\ If', also tuaJe a track. from the sea to his terrible risk to tltelr.lh'e..", In those aya a
Victims' to Rags Cossacks that German !!lawyers are liable
-- hoi 9. grim. years the cMstom grew of setting report

A man wii <..u,iutv. '*.it Ol' *IiI'! ia .Iiv0rnmutes. Remembering the occurrence of During Rlot.. apart' one day In each year for in, damages to' their clients for evil'

'. mul eruption on the Island some a. apodalservice of thanksgiving' to results consequent upon misleading

Tavlor'e UbrrokiM HouiMiy "I owe., Qn rand the advice. The Supreme 'Court oi Germany -
Ihe'governor of the colon the AJnjIfnty' for preserving peop8 -
: S Mullen U Niunro's great .Redy-lu.. 4 years ago Advices from Odessa Russia, stat rendered
has recently a decision
'Coughs 'Cold*. Croup! ,anil Coomnnpilojiand formed his own opinion regarding the throughout the changing seasons. -
all throat; aod lung *troublo At druir. existence ot ha .supposed: monster. that annxcny ia rampant in that city '"The custom hass now1' become na l that an attorney Is liable to his

,,lata.l\ So., WO ..._._.d.:_4)1,00. JMtI' bottle. an4 whoa opportunity occurred Killing and plundering by the bands .lIonalDd hallowed ''by, immemorial client to the full! extent for carelessly '.

: ---- --- made eiainln&tlon' of the Island. 1 It" formed bf-huudreds of :' We live easier aaid" more giving Incorrect advice. --
liwliop 1'ollrr favors tI\I : appeared from his Investigations that tlnued:Thul'.day"'morning. .Att.ck..ou.the plentiful times than our 'forefathers. ,, The .court held that the attorneywho .
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gives his client in .
44 ETITUO* Onto, cur or .L,/ ..oo. (. the "track" made by the marina phenomenon Jews are Incessant. the men. wbp with "rugged strength!! for pay legal
: II" matters advice as to certain conduct
LUCAS OOOJTT. .1(.1FSA.s f was a river of Jiardene The nights are made hideous bod faced'the tugged days; and ye( thfl
..s, Cukhkf; '(G O'*'I ti: ,,i ''. It crnrkod till"It and proeodure'i'sliable for the legal
aeimloecueeO" ; taa Una oki'. i.; CHa.Jt.t.\: mud, sun-drlo4 anl ,I Ics. of "loyalists." with' whom the' police dangers to national life are quite us euimeqtIOhCetI'suffered, by the client In

Co., Join f ujtlnaM In, tiio; City; ot i'oloJo borq the appearance of .a. &lade of ar fraternizing, marching throug.i great now as at any previous time '
_ .L4f.Bi'JsicJMsieyJ Ootiucy rut $tate tof...al.J,. aud" .tbat sal 1 I gray mud, compt&te'wILhlts crevasseand actlpg {hereon.provide:! that such 8! -
;. Jlrtn wiLl ,"' / ,tie *.I'D ot OiI UOMUK; vo.. lacking only tba mo the principal streets bearing nation In our history. It Is eminently fitting vice 1 In not only faulty 'but baa been

To be such a successful LAna IIU 5.n 1 .uJ.>..reroH3 or( "T"a"1 ...boulders. air flat, portraits of the emperor end that once!: a year our people .should proved to havo been given carelessly.An .
wire to rw exhilarating' glacier .
and the :
of HALL'.I ralnes
tain the TUac bitiuat: b aural by tua u ikons, singing the national let a day for prtJao and thanksgiving '
love and miration of her CATAHaac'OMK Kmf: K J.. (JuciKr.Hvrorti to make the resemblance' com plots! hymn. apart attorney lacltly, assumes the po-

husband, to Inspire him to 'make,the fo bafore me and ubaflbml In mr Its '\1d. where it debouchei smashing -everything |in their way and / to the Giver of Good and at alttonot' debtor. of the client, which- ..
most of himself should be a woman's -- in-ese'iieo, tkt bth ecm At lower looting shops antI houses. the same time that they express1 their oblige him to bo careful In gVing(
constant study J ''_ .. ,A,.P., IMa, A.'W.Ul.SAiiox, into the sea, a god quarter of a mile<
If a woman.finds that lier energies 111&-.- Notary l'.. l",. from Its source, the mud-river was. Hospital: wagons pass through the hankfulneis for the abundant mercies advIce. !and he Is therefore liable for

are flagrg-lng' that she! gets ,w.llr tired, JUll'.t InUrrU: Car.U ts.'< u. iutara',all. peshaps 150 feet broad narrowing to streets. Incessantly, :carrying oil the received should manfully acknowledge its fonBoquencra if he has failed! ; ,

_ dark shadows appear unrf,"I' her eves. sctiiilireatly( ta. lIyna oa the n.bIGOt rt.".1.to.-t: tMtimiitaU uiaojuj. nlcoto (; eighty feet. At Its highest potnt- killed wounded: and mutilated" The heir shortcomings atd.piedge themselves ., 'through cwH'l *''<".|s.-New York

aha has backache heada) < "-. bearing- II!!... F, J. C.E lIy.II Oo., '1'01.,1.. U. 100 feet above sea level-where 1 It population ia iianlc'-strickcn. solemnly and In good: faith to World. -

down nlaritioaor pains, nervousness, uj. ,i .sIrreg- Hold by aU UrutHt., 16.isketfalI' . emerged from the crater, It appearedto '- 'l'be city rings .wUh tho reports of strive to overcome them. -..-- ,'.
the blues
sheehoukI start . Knjnlly l'jll l.>r .,o.. tlpstIO.,
.at once to build up her system by a ; have cut through the solid soil rifles and revolvers! and occasionally **l>nrng! tho past yetr we have been Some Dog Tales..

; tpnio with' sneclfio powers, such an . The' rarlu* ie --coming' Into fashion iu which stood up tin each aide a good a volley.Is .fil'l>d. Every house and blessed with bountiful crops. Our bustn "I hav
Lydia E. PinUiam's s' Vegetable Com- 1 England and,Uermany.Cur eght: or ten feet above the surface 01 tenement I U lioltej and barred. Toe s prosperity has been great. No dog," still the mm who likes. to *p'iyarns .
'
ponnd.Following'vre I the mud. whch| was freely strewn Infantry patiolg"are; doing their duty other people baa"ever stood on ..-1lth! when with a p-.rtv of friend! .
publish!!: by ,reouest a ..Jth.uuatIa.. and Catarrh-III.,llcln '
letter from a young wife,! i Sent Fr.: with small blocks.of gray sandstone perfunctorily, declining to fire all.-tilt) ;i level of material well being as ours "He was" taught: to say his prajera and

Dear Mrs. Flnkham: i Thme two dlnonscn hre. thll result o( an Toe edges of these blocks were.. In mobs unless Ui,,y themselves arb-'tt-: stands now. "We are not threatenedby If you'll bel'ovo' me, that dog now

4 *Ever. sine* my child., was born I bay lIt1t- awlul polnoiiFil. oudltlon of the blood.! It many cases as sharp as those of tacked. foes from without. The foes from wa t.red. I ,
a* oafataw ornl'I\41Vur have,with In '
flammation, fnnaJeweabiiMs, buni'Inicdownpjtns you have aching joint and back, shoulder newly-broken road metal.! The Cossacks ero said to have lost whom we should pray to be deliveredare I. an>"where noir: him." .
LlailuR bone pains, orlpiilml' hand*,.Icm' .orfott
backache sal wntelwM hl&<'b.... Itaffected swollxn inuanlvR shifting;, eluirp," The crater Itself. a depression! over a hundred men by bombs and our own passion, appetites an4 "I have a dog With ev>n more Intelllgenre .

_.... and my bait touuu-b my time MI I wa could. "pout.in not enjoy bedU my, 'I biting polnn. and that tired, di.oouraRwlof about thirty to forty feet In dlame shots, from windows.. Cossack pHtrola follies' ; "indsgaIns'ttteae there is always than ihat.' ru'etly; returned a

LydiaE. Hnkbam's Vegetable Uomnomni i feeling blurred rheuaiatt, or, deatne"alek the hawking ter. was covered with a cruat of muJ carry carbines: and have their fingers need that we should war. member of the uilrty "Opo day whn\ .

k made me a well woman,and I foci so gratof i I tomaoh IIf.lttloR. h<*.M ymlKnt>, nolw/ la the hrail. mucous Just strong enough to bear the "" the triggers. The streets are absolutely "TJur
marvelous that; I am glad recovery.to write It and brought tell you we health of my, throat atsitliar es. d
new life and vitality."-Mrs. Bonle Aiuslav l bad brenth. belotiliift gas ot "atarrh. take as one walked over it, tltua Indicating tall and rt -oimi1 believe IbM dog
me.
Ootaolo blood Balm (11. B. p.) It kills the The casualties Wednesday are beltveil aa a day of thanksgiving for the past ,
l IU South; 10th StPeit, Tacoma W&IIh. acruat.. In the I
,
In the blood which these. awfulsymptoms that it was merely 'l tho and headed for tbo, .. ncaie't saloon and
What Lydia K. Plnlchatn'a I poison causes to Lave amounted to 5.000 killed I and of prayer for future. on
Vegetable
trivia a healthy Mood very center was a small pool of liquid to the )'ar.-D.a.ltJ
pure backed right
.. Compound did for Mrs Alnsley It will I and and wjnnded. ; that day I ask that throughout the ; up
supply to the joints mucous ,mem. mud. Into which a long/ stick was
do for every sick and ailing woman. braces, and njakes a perfect cure.) ot the andlni. bottom. In the Jewish quarters bodies strewed land the people gather In tbelr homes more American. .
without
If you hare symptoms) you don'. tin- wont rheumatism or foulest eaturrh.Curmi : thrust the streets and 8Id walks. Jewish and places or.wOI'IbIP. and In render-
Sp derstand write to Mrs. Pil1kbam. at where all else f.lU. Blood Balm : Around the crater rose the walls of CUT ItA TES.
fcynn"*Mau. Her; advic is fret and (B. 11. B.) U composed ot fur Botanlo Ingredients -. mud. ten to fifteen feet high, with women and children were Urangloa] lug thanks unto the &roat High for
.
always )elpfu1. good for weak kidneys.: 1m. of sandstone; and rocks and hacked to pieces in the Street* the manifold blessing of tho past year Dr .qlll'kerh'-You Uou't mean to !"

t proves the digestion eure. dyspepsia. A large blocks where the mobs gained the upper consecrate themselves to;> a life of say that old wbqnes charged. you
of perched In '
perfect bale for old folks by giving themnew bearing streaks quarts $Iii for amputating( / your arm' (
: nab. blood. Thoroughly tested that theymust hand. cle&oltneaa. honor and wisdom. so that "
__; iy ;E i BUAIAH.TECO ,I for tUrty pure years. Druggists: )t per large such positions have been as hurled proved into the air The military Is placing a hUlJdl'tldmachine his nation may d9 Its allotted 1 workon The \'I'llin-Thllt' wJiat he d ld.Dr ,.
.
ci zd bottle,with complete directions for bom. Quackerly- Why In the world
> cure. Ham pie free and prepaid by writing by the force ft 'the eruption and guns at various points. the es.rth.-In Dl&nl1er.'Worth. of. didn't you sond for meT f'Cbave; rut

DEPOSIT Blood BaLm Co-. Atlanta, Oa Describe dropped into their present petitions The mobs swear they will not leavea hone who founded It and of those
both arOia 69 for 'IO-Chlc.co':
your
OOO"BANK trouble and special flee medical a4vloeMnt
.$5 Nt.TakeaOOPIZEECOVRSES In sealed letter. 'The island gave evidence of at least single Jew alive. who pt aerved it. .'ews. .

;. two eruptions. the latter of very recent Terrible Vengeance Wreaked. "In witness thereof I have hereun- --- -

-.- 8ov4at eoat.Wri.QulcllU0II8I4ALAUM. A msIi'4 hair turns gray live years noonef occurrence having spread a layer Tbe troops wreaked terrible) vengeance I n set.. my hand and caused the,iou '
_
auSINISS COLUGI! !, _i.ea than a woman's.
.. of lighter colored mud over part Of on 'the residents of three houa of the United States to be affixed. Value-of an Emigrant. ".

Bean cake Ia the cbirf commercial fer the older stream. The latter outburst. es from the balconies of which shots "Dolle&t the city tiliser in China: ECZEMA FbR TWO YEARS of Statistics In-the office of The
p must,, however have been of comparatively were fired! by unknown persons on the this second of November, In the year

mild nature for the upper soldiers. The latter Immediately of our Lord one thousand nine linn- Registrar-General made an estimate
1.1111. Olrl' Awlvl MnflferlBt With Terrible to be not more than afoot u'n of the money value Q( a man on the -
I kin. UJlu.n.Mleellr. NightS 701Moili.r.tly layer appears stormed the house, and with un dred and five, and of the'Independence
bases of the capitalized value of his
and does not reach more
thick!
k Car by Cmlcara heard-of barbarity massacred all the ot the United States the one hundred
: probable net future earnings.. On the
while
than halt way down the hill.
: Inmates. aDd thirtieth.THBODORQ.
:: WOMENwill . two jfar ffom ct-CTmi, and during that It is persistently asserted that the ROOSEVEl.T.SeILl. .
where the sea has eaten Into it. a wall at that time he calculated) that
time 1 could not gt a night's. sleep' aa her unknown persons who' fired on the "( .) '
will find ia lS.oti.Wt XBMOM ailment,nai very ..\'eN. 1 had tried so some six feet high,-North Bornef troops were disguised policemen who "D, the President; Ellhu Root Seers.tary ,* each Individuals-man, woman and
4 4- Euzza.. the ideal laxatJve. a rainy remedies, deriving no benefits, 1 bad Herald. The child-waa on an average, worth about
purposely provoked the troops. State"TWO
1Dt and thoroughl, reliabl given up all hope. But asa last resort 1 of :110 to the country. In the same

'.rea.dywlzout. .the, .was .persuaded to try Cutirura, and ode '. .1 city Is a dismal sight. The streets are way he calculated that the emigrant '

: leist danger 01' possibl harm px-of: the Ointment and two bottles ol Accent; on the Operatic Stage. filled with Cossack patrols and flying HELD FOR GIRL'S DEATH. of that time bscauee'ot the larger <
to them ID conditionaction Kecolvrnc with the effected No KngUshmairw4tfc daughters .'
any : the together Soap detachments the Red Cross which . than
neeulir to theptaelvel.PleuaDt ilre. 1. U. than I proportion of adult mates In the -
5- a permanent cures Jones. could do a rasher thing permit bandsot murderous rioters.The .
follow the Dress Suit Case Murder Mystery MayBe general. population was worth aaaverage
hrtastena: fa' Addmjton, JoJ.:i'. them to take lessons from. eminent I ,
5/ ,. Cossacks eagerly attack the student Solved. coun-
and thorough in reaulta..t professors going on'the of about 4:110: to the -
Tested for'35 7FI., The old local costumes are llti1l'wOMl. in with.' *:. veweL ; militia, yhlcu ja courageously! 'Two'men'"are-under .rresflnNewYork -t -
_
: 5oc.andI.cmlsbOtU..t.' many_ parts of llumui., .,. t,,, , stage.scarcely/ Th eiiats.,' opera At stage Covent In England arden -'. tr11nc --to stem' the binds, who are charged' with ,hemicld in con. i Since th. d-;; when -these calculations .

.lVreg8t ._ ". fcONCRESSMANCOUCOCH ',; '," who speak good majsacrelnz'and: pillaging principally nectlon, with tb.'dre.. suit case mystery ,- were made 'by Dr. Farr wages:
., a woman can
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,
"** *
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la the Jewish quarter. The looters Boston. future earnings'
IB have rlaen and the
1 HOZLEY'jSLEMON f Iads'Q aId< K.lUf from Bladd r TranbUe English: / can only get In by force of social
Tkniacl IXAIt'e IUd D87 nil., Influence .and abroad a foreigner: openly divide the goods, the Coeaacks Oa.-o<. the men William Howard have been Increased by the greater '-

"ELIXIR Hon. Joseph.'A.Goulden_ ..Member'of baa very great' difficulty because she In many cases participating In the proceeds . Is said to have confessed that'be and average length of life. It la probable: "I' '

I Congress/ representing/ the istb DIsr cannot speak or jlng with a perfect of the robberies. his fellow prisoner Louis Crawford therefore that the average value of -

V4OSS. Met of New: York accent. The foreign ladjr or gentleman The massacre of Jews incevsant.. were the ones who took the body from an emigrant at the preae'nt! time. Is not

? j also trustee of the comes across here and on oceasion -' They are being' bunted down: In the a hospital'on T re moat street Boston. Its than 100 and of a family of'four ,

: i Soldiers' Home at will venture to-"1114 In English streets and shot and beaten while and threw the dismembered portions, persons about JIOO.:

_ Lfiath, N. Y., writes: and-their mistakes bring nothing more their. shops are given over to pillage. which' were concealed in dress suitcases The emigration of 5,000 famines '

)' Gentlemen: As of audi Petersburg drenching down would thus mean a loss of about four ".
THERE 15 NOo ,' :r' ( than a smile to the faces the At et. a and a hand satchel. Into WinLhrop.
I, many of my friends ence. But let an English singer go to pour of rain Thursday wes a more ef. 11(...., harbor. million sterling la the capital value
1 F3ave used Doan's of the population) of this country regarded
SLmR.LIIt-! Franc Oerma.D&acL.amelhlD&tQ=.. reotlve ,meanaofjreventlng) a_renewal . -
r : Kidney nils! and tally different happens.In of the demonstrations than the police ALLEGED "GREEN QOODS" AGENT merely as profit making ma.chines -

5 have been cured of .-Saturday Review.
ort1y yeer3 'oM otter mary)'Qr" j kidney ansi bladder 1897 Tamagno sang at Monte and 'military patrols. The crowd

of toe on the e&sUm co6t.Tower' .. .troubles.feel It my Carlo before, an audience: which was bad no desire to appear on the streets) Georgia Ex-Postrnaater 'Held i lr> Cue-
'
WbUrproof Oiled Owt were Introduced: mainly French. He mispronounced to be drenched. today of !Federal Authorities. OLD FASHIONED FARE;;

vibe West end were colled! Sliders by -' t duty recommend: a word and a peal of derisive laugh' W. D. Stevens I. bald .In custody B.t ni...u., Orld')'. Oases. riM asS .
tile uieulclne. Krom .
Ove pioneen end!! eowt>Ncnx I persoiial -experience I ViioW Doan's ter-covered even his stentorian notes.In TAFT- ARRIVES AT PANAMA., of the federal' authorities- at- -Macon.------ ...dl..*. 1 \t i

: Ku Brussels .I beard an American
cone Into Juch: jramJ we that
.: Kidney Villa\ will cure Inflnmmatlou, Ga., a. a green goods man connected .,
it U frequerty thoujK.wroM illy! applied of the bladder hn\'lug.esperlt'n'ed relief tenor laughed at because some of his War Secretary and Party Pay Respects -' with New York swindlers and by I The food bat made 'the fathersstrong
to mtff $uWtitst You wt tMILook tferisne vowels were not quite pure-Brussels, President Amador. Is sometimes unfit for the children
luedl- to
the second day of using the whom
extensive( worI.\ I. said to have
fcc.1MIIg\of"thoz rWxehd: where their French: ia the most villainous << under the new.cenell lions that our ,
Colon oa
Taft arrived at .
..Ine. .rt Secretary been done In Georgia through fraudulent !
Tower the buttons. Ihave ever neard. In -
on
palola changing civilization Is constantly
(Signed) J.; A. GOCLDEN. Thursday morning and received a salute
_ _- ... ,.. J' have heard both French ) use of the malls. .
Germany
Ii UA i. 1ILoW bringing/ In. One ,if Mr. Bryan's neighbors
Sold by all dealers. BO cents a box. ,
;
of seventeen
5 f %4E PRE-tNTA WORLD OVR.TRADE ai FosUr.Mlj.burn Co.. Buffalo..N. Y. and English artists laughed at 'because . The secretary said gn he was. In good Stevens was formerly poslmaster: at In' the great State: of Nebraska.
Greenwuy. and since that office'was
O.O3TON HA>.US.A.: their accent was not absolutely writes: .
--- *( CO".IoLTOIOllTO.CAIl. The: boots cf Cromwell's" soldiers; weighed correct.-Saturday Review. health and that all on board the Co robbed some three months ago he has "I was, raised In the South where
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__ --- - ,- len pounds-apiece - -,-_-._----'.-.------ lurobleVwere well. Shortly after landIng been out. He. Is a cued of representing bet ..biscuits griddle cakt*.. pies and .'

CATARRH: u the methtr of f CONSUMPtiON. the secretary and his party. start. the New York people as agent by puddings ar* eaten at almost every

Our CABBOLATK: 6f IODINE POCKET ed for Panama to pay thai respects: putting them Ih communication wth| meal and l.y the lime I located: Xrbraslcn -

44ThEANTIIIIGHjPINE MIALEK: Is-a W.S4.eMsTII4OO guaranteed our PrloMl.OO.:. to President Amador. parties who could be worked.. I found myself sufferer from

; oi But.,. .. ,...Sale. Mansfactuiu.s> 'sad Pps"... Indigestion! and Its attendpt.III.-4la- ";
I ii X9 \7AIVAMTKKD "TO CUR.K ; tress and.j>aln* after meals an almost

1 PINE GRIP, BAD COLD HEADACHE AND NEURALGIA.iK I ECHO OF IROQUOIS FIRE. NORWAY WANTS MONARCHY constant hcndaca. dull, heavy sleepiness

_ lIOfIOfi &'or. ,..A..cEr.So...v.. rKyys: *.i'ifm CONCENTRATED .- Address by day and aleeplesssrss at night
Seventeen Issues Urgent to
. IF..PijMaat*..Jg.J .. x..urao_. tt.. ..".JIeI4. .w.. Damage suits Against City Government loss of flesh,ImpalWd memory, etc....fl'.
-I - Ip I------------- __ ef Chicago Dismissed. the, Norwegian People. "I was rapidly Becoming Incapacitated -

nO' ure the biggest crops of corn; CRAB, ORCHARD, motion At Chicago of the Judge Holdom, on the sueda The Norwegian proclamation government recommending has Is suggested for businesswheii a. charge In a my valued diet friend the

city attorney. Has jUlcdlsmls.ed
p WATIR.Nature'a.grea .' the people to vote at the forthcoming abandonment vf heavy rich stuff and
D fertilizers the .
i seventeen
must be used damage monarchical I'fol
liberally. referendum for a form the use .of Orape-Muts food.
. suits brought
against
. the city In con- of .government baaed on the British lowed this good advice and shall always.
nection
with
Apply at least the Iroquols theater Ore. and. Italian constitutions.The b* thankful that I dM to.
pounds to the'acre :
500 with
.- Although the city is relieved or further radicals and socialists also I.. "W(atenr may be the- experience

responsibility, the suits suit of others, the beneficial effects: of tilt
in ii
$tf .percent' nitrogen, 8 per cent, available) ppi n stand against the Iroquois 'l'heater sued republic.a proclamation- recommending- change were apparent In my caae.almost I

company and the Klaw & Immediately. My:stomach! which
t4 ., Erlange"!
.., remedy for Another proclamation was Issued
Amusement had rejected fo ; company. ojker :
phosphoric acid ;and cent. POTASH. -- I signed by 130 prominent liberals, aak: In dayor
_ .. 9. per Dyspepsia Sick Headache, ng the people under the. circumstances to Urape-Nnta moat kindly; a
two ray headache was gone I began
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;' POTA J, ):1 is' a most important factor in Constipation. GUN PLAY AT NEGRO DANCE. ,' to support the proposition to sleep healthfully'and before a week '

-.Stj t . t. ,, corn Stimulates Liver was ont tbe'acales showed that tny lost -
? S regu- Five! Shot, One Killed and "Another\ Bia BLAZE IN PENSACOLA. weight was coming hack.: My memory '

: :c 1tiire. Our practical bpoks.:for -farmers atesthe Bowels .and keeps Receive. Fatal 'Wound.' was restored with the renewed ,vigor
areS
.<:,,, the entire system ina healthy Five negroes were shot! one belnj Flames Sweep Busln_ Block; Entail. that I felt in body and mln 1.,For three

-1 for-the killed at a dance at Chelsey. negro Ing Lo... 'years cow Urap. a1. 'food has kept
Heavy
asking .
yours -nocost or obligation onditiom ,A ,natural pro. Tillage! near Huntsvllle. Alabai &..Friday Fire, -Tue5da7 me In prime,condition, and I propose It,

___ duct with 'a record of .' *night. night Jn Pensacola. hall. for that rest ot my days... ?; .
a oeunry.
of ortr 'arid fund ,FU.:, entailed .a 'i. of "And tbs-w > ,2%'year old
fcnjr a vast of invaluable -', Sam Ruffln, a drunken negro, open ,over 1100.000. by yrn y '
If afflicted; try it.JJold The baby Is as fond of grape-Nuts as I ftfl%"<
are broke
". ., ed fire- on a crowd, o*"dancers.: Adaughter , out, at 11:45'' a, 'm. in
4. ,
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.4 .. keeps
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,.In{ormation in. them. -: ''or" ." ;f ." . ," .by all 'druggistst of Pelee BI'& ('h was Instant. t4'prln l 1pl l block' of the City- always Insists on having they make
on
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'Or' -.---: '------- -, ----- -- - - :Ijr killed. Cliff;:.Branch: :was..fatally Falatox, _Street. Co..
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.. ., .. A4dre..QeR3! KALI WOKKS., .. Craft; .Orchard f Trifer 'CO./. :wounded, wbdletwo' other women 'void Ia the ueotloa burned theMarg 'Battle Cwk/Mich.: There's a reason;

F ... "'w Y.Ik-JMs. kr'. ., v e" AU....CU.-MH: $.. aV....9Uu . ,. a man were shot and are.expected to Stores .111 the city'ars. JocaUd.. alone -' Bead th. little book Tbt Bond .toVellvllle"
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( ' % Ruffln. escaped.' .' with the Osceola "
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J !(HS'rPj4.rflrr. 0 we poor children! of t nothing; ; ,alone onDori without- '
meaning
,this or purpose then' i ,.. 71. I
of brainless> 1 nature who bew-not wlllJbellava that tbtB longing of the human UNCLB: .SAM+A KeoMMt n-t> 'n. W. L. DOUGLAS ;
that soul for God 1* not to be .
which she bore > trusted. '
:, A SCHOLARLY SUNDAY SERMON BY ,And I remember that I tfirew" Until that time I know that I have ev I Such Endorsements Should !3 "..3'oO SHOESR.W. .l ,;.
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REV, DR. )rR idence In myself God that Be la ,Bt-.," .lioDJe. t
THE NK' 0.., HALL 'I on the grass there with the sunshine that!=: Is and L. ...00 Oat Edge Lift '
I DOUfjl .
", Ml am related to Him.' May we not trust .
J-' --_.- '","' .. Ule\over with toe everything and birds- singing about this deepest and dlvineit Instinct ot >wsrrJ cannot be quailed. at any prloswas .
apparently
.>bj.c.
loneliness I felt like a child who'nod trust _. .
I lost You tell me that yon will trust
its mothers wbat; your
'more did
New York City.-Dr. j..rrlsti Oliver i want' I will' tell you what I wanted-I eyesight But why If tbe thought of

Hall pastor of the Church of the DlIno "< what you want' what man and God 1* a delusion why; may .not the ,i y
every
>'I I'oternltyi'preached( Sunday morn-'i woman hangers for with whole visible universe. be a delusiont-
a hunger :
lug on Thf Spirit Beareth Wltne*." ,'deeperthan any physical longing. I' If my Instinctive outreaching after that'which
lie chose hit text from Iloman vlll:18: wanted His Spirit to bear witness la toly'ls: a lie, why may not ix.-, i.

"Xbe spirit Itself bearelh ,witness with with ; that l what ,L..eem. toe.be..another lie?
JVlrlt? w" ww' *
our spnrlt that we are tbo% children of Go. Nothing else could satisfy noth? You *ajt; that l.ou'I.m trust your reason I
God." 'Dr.;'1111 said: InK else ever'tan. ; ? May not.that also be another delusion ,
tatlsfy the nun-
It is easy .to build an argument for gee of.,the human hearty deep ? "Tw ...tlmea.two are four".
the existence' of Ood. The proem of One might that such !\youth' you .'aay," "always have .been always* T
say 'I:
C
reasoning! may be briefly stated that: was abnormal Insane If this will be. But bow do you know?
,were an '
We qro compelled to think that there extraordinary < Have yon any right from :your 'own .
experience' but la an ex.
can be no effect without a cause. But piflene common to as all.Here, is Ii petty; experience to assume that something .
If we tTllc '.n effect1 back to was true a million years ago and
song
JU cause composed by some unknown '.
alng. t 1
_ nnd find this iu turn will be true a million years hence? But
. to bead effect er 4000 years ago a singer of,a differ, I'I t..se
you do ;e.
tbat. You trust tdulrr"n
assume must
then truce 8 that back to its:cause and ent rocivin a far away land under entirely t 9
I ;your reason. Then why not trust this
Stud that also te) be an effect we mutt different "circumstances from
. I .
At length predicate the those In deeper Instinct of the human soul .iZTdYIa10
existence
of anndruuuto which we live, but this song which :rjEdo. .
cr/le out for God and can"T aat- ,
cause for nil phenomena, au has been taken up and repeated by lifted with nothing less Religion la 'nlli7l. : ....,'
underlying and eternal reality millions of human beings because the IW..D to ,
Or you may. put the argument hi.thla words express the ever recurrent sentiment Its own evidence. The man wbo trusts a' J ,ODD -.... Bra-Soar 'j ,ways: of the buman soul In all age and an* surrenders :himself to God does W. L.DaaU*J.SO ....** haviii lh>tWIracbWivadtkVluKMt _
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not need to have it to him tbatGod we.M.. 1
proven e.ut M
JSo thought all *
without a'thluker'There lands. "A* the hart panteth 'fot' 'I
Is. Ills spirit beareth witness 1 "...".... u asp SjJs)
In thought Ip the universe. the water brooks.so prfnteth my soul + ta a.. ,wsr11. Tkav ... ...e.. r... r
Therefore there1 It a thlnkeVUn theunlers after', Thee. O God." You shallmnd with our spirit. that we are children of. 4 } j that c..t 708..a.oe to .>. .o-aloe i ...y
God. : :- ......._1.tbs pses. III CMiU lab,...Mitt
But will in? tectM-r BrocktM. M UrcMt Mltb
As the universe In ,practically Infinite sand hymns. In a million'churches on :you say "Prove It to me" .lair' W...... ......> .M tMl .wkln* MM'any.
I ask .
to It to I
you prove yourself. .
we must believe that In and through this Sunday morning it Is.being tb.anwtthwblch.v.yp.lr.4l.gl..rie
aung. cannot prove it to ydu. No man can. / | >I*UK*!.. yau WMiM rMUIx*
the universelire! an Infinite Thinker, In a million mosques it Is being chant You must make the for why W. L Me.._ JJ.. ..kM ate tH* Sat
and Inasmuch a* we. cannot conceiveof ed. In a million Buddhist temples it experiment -RU-III. .h_nraduc.4 la tb........ .
yourself. Yon.must prove It yourself .I! III could uw the iMmic kjrtwcm .
an Impersonal thinker we must I* being uttered All .round the earth _. you!
Here'1* a man with his eye bandaged. o o ) Mad* is my tactftry ami tlmX :
conceive of God a* a personal being. all classes and, conditions of men rich: tight who cries "yqu say that the .r a' kn. Tea wooM .n.>r>lMMI wNy tS'
To J>e sure words and *A.SOMiactfCMMt iHara ..Mka."'vav,
our are inadequate poor, wise and foolish. good and Election Returns
,' sunshine Is beautiful, the grass.g That ,Interest All Parties. their ...._ fit b.tt-r. wrar tare?',a
to express the qualities of the Divine bad IIl&'blaD4 lowXare longing! and the rose red. Prove It te me." ''een'1 - TMttr latrliMlc ..lu. tl... my atbar (*.*.
Life. As the heavens are high above praying ,to ''have His! Spirit bear -witness Will TOn dot Thvra is no poa.lhie .:3OA On the.."*.et ......y.. ',' ..... ""
the earth so are Ills thoughts with their .plrlta that '; W.i/..D. .....M" trN.
tlian our .tbougbtL The mode of higher Ills children of God. they are l In which you can prove the beauty of It: ( CH "C S T E e, ..., .2.W.9Q Off Bay.!.. .
LEADER"V
the world '
to this man with,bandaged _iAeo.Id.ad ll.al. a..foAUTlo"hussapmtbaneswL.D
existence mny be Infinitely higher than And not only do the people,whobe eyes. "Off with the bandage! you '"BEPEATERSHOTGUN SHELLS ; -'
what we name personality. Hut these lieve In God testify to this -The most cry "Open your eye and look. Trust 11 .hoM.. Take Bn eabooU'.te. tina' .....1.. -!
are the best words at our command. remarkable and pathetic testimonycornea the evidence of your own enes. Then Carefully.. inspected shells the best of powder I Hlhaat hit. nun and prt..tamp.d. a' bot_ .

We are obliged to usa them or nothing. from those who Intellectually yon.will believe." "How doe opening shot and wadding loaded by machines which '*WAxTEf. U DouilM. RbnM Ashoe.dal.rl..nry50w.wbse'w. r. not eo''
So we have a right to say that tiod Is deny that there Is sufficient rl'tl1lO1to the eyelid alter. the .relation between invariable results account for the superiority ...., In. for laopeetI.poII rq_a.. .
aii-lntelllKefit personality. believe In tbe existence of God. It my eyes and the light/ Why the glorious give felt Colorful ttl*. *! tint milt fat fuIllmtnloil eawFlZWrtI..w

You may Hud such arguments elaborated seems to am tbat almost the wrearlesl revealing light cornea in a thing 'of Winchester "Leader" and "Repeater" .Cd.'OtI' of...Fall. _eglw'w.1" .
/ .
at great length In scores of words that ever tell from human lips It cannot do ,to shut eyes. How does Loaded Smokeless: Powder Shells. 'L OViLA..BI'OO..' ,
learned. books ou theology and theism were uttered by Professor Clifford breathing In alter the relation1 of my 'Factory

Hut when you have read them and when Xo felt himself compelled Intellectually lungs to the air. Why. It-brings the Reliability velocity pattern and penetration

ngreed with the conclusion what does to take the atheistic position. .air that was before outride me Inside are, determined by' scientific apparatus' Avery ,& Company
it amount to7' Very likely men and "I.have seen the spring ,ul). shins but of me. Just where I absolutelyneed .
women bate come along this dreary of the empty heavens upori'a soulless It for very life that Is all. The and practical experiments. \ They are sCCCEBBdR TO

pathway of logic to the more beautiful earth and nave felt with(, utter loneliness . open soul takes God 10. The. shut soul THE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT AVERY '&: MCMILLAN..
realm of faith but L nm convinced that 'the Kyut; Companion, was keeps God out. that I. alL The Immutable -
that. a mere Intellectual I belief In 5t.Ba So th Forcrth .... Atl .*a, da.ALL .
.
Goo J And you will remember that eternal law of: light and air are '
IN practically worthless. Ninety-nine Professor Romanes. though at tbe lust] not changed, they Illustrated there .- KIXB Of-

out of every bumlred i convicts in our lie saw a great light and went to his by. Tbe Immutable love of God is not .

slutl-.'prison believe in OoiU. _James death: full trustrllke one who wraps changed. Its glorious working 1* Illustrated M1CHINERYr,
Mate. the case still stronger "1>01" the drapery of hit., couch about himand when tbe believing soul opens FOR' EMERGENCIES AT 'HOME-

thou believe In God The deHi l . lies. down to pleasant dreams" at Its gate: and lets tbe Ring of Glory in.Ob .

believeani'tremik." There I Is jielther one.time) wrote a book called "A Candid friend :you who are hungry andthirsty --

comfort nor strength nor enthusiasm Examination of Theism," and in and have tried In a thousand And':'for the ,Stock on the Farm -3L F

H morn. Intellectual belief In the existence . this examination found no rational ways to find satisfaction and have

m God ground for a belief In God. He ('Ioledhili found It not make another experiment NOTHING EQUALS
tine may find an Intellectual ,delight/ book with these words: "I,anrnot -make the supreme vegtnreof
,In listening to a clear and convincing ashamed to confess that with this virtual faith. Try trusting In God to the ut-

argument for theism as be might In denial of God the universe has lost most Surrender yourself to the guidance
listening to some skilled mathematical It* soul and loveliness and when at of Ills divine will. I believe that 5 LOAN 5LINIMENT "

talk about geometry. But something time I think as think at times I thus you will find strength comfort .p

more. Is necessary." Every ono of us must of tbe appalling contrast between satisfaction and that your faith shall 1 t.p
knows whet It Is to long for the consciousness TlieKaTlowed glory of tbe creed prove Itself in the deep experiences of i

or a peisonal relationshipwith that once was mine and the lonely your life. You want me to prove to

Nod tli Fatbety ."t-Gods crt "Thou liast made tne for such (time It will ever be impossibleto I will not try I ask you, R.Ilabls'Frlok' EnglnesT boiler's'SN

TlitHplf and 1 cannot rest until I rest avoid the sharpest pangs of which rather to prove !it to :yourself Pray. Six**. Wheat Separator.
i In Tbe." .O, to know (;Otl personally; my nature I. tuieeptlble. .Take note Talk to your Father Listen to Ilia The Creat Antiseptic

to tome Into touch with Him; to feel of these words of an absolutely sincere voice. Then yon will no longer btf stoking ,Rte, 250., BOe.. and S I..00.Il ,
Ills love. and Ills pity; to be able to and fearless man. "The sharpest. pangs for proof that prayer .effective.. w

say -Wllhlu Thy circling. arms I lie," of which my.nature Is susceptible." You will have evidence in yourself. Dr. EARL 8. SLOAN, 4
and feel the sentiment of the word.; Now why should one feel like that There Ira God and He 1* our Father .
to know that lie Is my Father aud my Suppose there I" 'no God. what of it'' and lIe reveals .Himself and HU love Ol 15_Albany .!., Boston Maea.Gobct

friend! O. to have Ills Spirit bear Suppose It should be proved that this to men; not to a few men but to all : d'

witness with.bur<< spirits that we are world bill been produced by the.opera men. Hi spirit will bear witness with It

children of UodtXow. .. lion of physical forces working In accordance your spirit if':you will open ;tbe eyes ToBeCivenfor BEST l liirROTEO SAW> KILL'M Um.> 1

one can no more gain this con with blind and heartless law and ears of the spirit to bear and see., $1,000
Lars Engine and BolUr..awppll.4..
nclousness or the: power ,that conies what of It? I* not the sky just aa blue. Borrows may encompass you temptations .,
from this thought,. 4 mere exerciseof the. grass aa green? Are not.friendsas ) may harass you,., disappointment Reliable Information promptly.thinple' Mill, Corn Millar
the reasoning' faculties, than be can dear Why ahould-we not get along .may come to',ou. Still trust Circular.8aws,8aw TihPatnt Doge, ,.
learnto" love Tennyson by coin:. without God Why should we care poor soul;'trust a* never before. Trust; flri'wlll give' Out DolarforaPoatalCard Steam Governors, Full line Engines. A p4

through. the process of counting the whether God 1* or is not In. the. Lord and He shall bring. It to / giving the Brat reliable news of Mill Supplle*. Send for,free Catalog-?
.--, number of words or letters In hilt complete : A friend 'told me' this Incident pa**.' Cat thy burden on the Lord and i Teeth
\:,. works. One might gain: a certain other day: There was a family conslst- He shall sustain thee. Out of the characteristic of the engl a.of our styles,within our rang AMTED
Intellectual satisfaction In doing that. lag of an aged mnn.anU woman a depths et the soul's experience were
of *lz.* We do not want inquiries at
#' Hut If you are really to fret good from number of sons and dlugbtf'rl..1Id a these"Wordsuttered.. They can be Atkins Saws always. .
Urn for
this traction
or **
Fr Tennyson then his spirit must bear little group of grandchildren. The aged proved true in tile deep experience of That is because vertte.lt |
witness with your spirit;: that is. bin grandfather was enjbylng a serene and the soul to which they appeaL they are .apnea.; ,
thought and his sentiment must meet happy old age loved by all. and tbe made of the best: steel In the err w.Ibhw.tYNATiaAaN,91Cb1 1'w0.

a response In,you. i+o. If God I. to b* home was one of peculiar brightness.One .. Hldd..-*RUli.*. -Silver Steel'- ATLAS et.eaq:

an ever present help In trouble a staff night tbe aged man, a* usual, took This inner life is a tremendous reaiIty. world: .. by.

for the hand and a-guide for weary his evening paper and sat in his accustomed .., its very lnvla.lblJltTempbulsea tbeTealneas men that know how.
feet; lheu'one must have somethingmore place to read wiped Ills glasses of the reality. It la one of the ENGINES AND BOILERS
A.I I..ttwm,C:...; E...... Pnfeetira rl..r.esp. !
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than a mere Intellectual beliefin made a comment or two to the white richest heritages of the child of God. ... ...... ON .... by all .- ......... .*..Itt yea.... .....umtr4;tar sit *... Dropsy
nil exUtejce. What the world hatred' wife knitting opposite and. after Tbe enter IJfe 1* only the scaffolding of ........ C.talga..5 ....&.., pi..... aeN N _...... .... ..wk..ssatp.Oee .
needs. what each one of us -needs la a little, aa his custom was fell into the building; It. Is only the ,husk or '. ..L"C.TATIUNS. CO.1na big. ...,.,*MklM. M....UIn. .......PNIA. U Stoa*'
. not so much aa Intellectual assuranceof one of those quiet slumbers peculiar to shell.:The Inner life Is tbe real building ..At...,1M...Mk 1M-w. M _
tarps taw Mt..a et.Nn I I'De w.... __ ...n.....kUd.Writt is.b..daya'M.Ilrau
God'a existence as spiritual assurance did age. Around him the other members ;flt lithe germ-biding kernel. .i'
.of Ills personal relationship _to of the family talked and laughedand I, All moral anti spiritual defeats are 'Pavan oar ExMntlT.OffieM, I..........l*' l.4Uff.r tmr tfttM dot iiem Wrt fra tie*.lr N.oOilBx H. 3r Ms a b(MS.fate*-*

.- "us ns Ills children. Joked till one, said. "Fatlier seemsto due to a-vitiation ef tbe inner life. The .'::::(H....T.rk), a.nl.,Cb :T.,-n-rnel.e.M..pbly ATLAS ENGINE WORKS SsseUUsts*.BM., AUwta.1*.

'I know that! I aai appealing to common be sleeping very soun *.ly," and,'placing : withering, blasting and ,uprooting of All." .u..4 TIM(Ca..<.> ...."._...0.- INDIA"APOUSo.&i.
experience and a common longing./ his hand upon ,the old man's about the sours choice plant are.never ac lrdw Wb.We.hw .__-..-
Not one of us who does not know what der. discovered tbat lie was dead. compfshed.through'the force of the AecMla.ubstltuts-I..IdanuAtkiq Irrld ....___ t7.w..M I.da.s T..b.i 5.

it is to desire with a mighty yearningfor Now ask me., will you, what difference outer life; tbe work begin ,within. .sa..w- h..y- r.wwaar.La. a.s a

a personal assurance of the love of Is made The home "'alldt. the lamp How eau we possess the rich powerful 3taLD BY COOP PCALCISIBT.ANI .Ib..11..._..1a-rntr..a.....,.a.. .L..P... 6 Mmw b drip*. '
GM1.; What are we, after all but chil- burned a* brlghtlyr-the- newspaper Inner .life. when bod",/mind and F
dren 7 .U filled with Interest was" there nothingwaa soul 'are constantly exercising their r :
nut what am_ If apparently changed. Was not the energies-upon: tbe vaip,. perishing CONti Sli' KOITTRTVIR f>f>"T I "rI'An".scnrp_l'aII._..h.Ocnoontt...... lunrlnfi.e.tbabould Lend OwI.klJr ,v' ..
ir.l.a4... ..G..es...M. _. btq. )!a,.... JI.I&e.- (1'50'05) " =
An Infant crying in the night. sky just.as blue and the grass just as thing of eartb! We must take time to .w ooM '
An infant crying for a light green and-did not,-till: ;stars shine as cultivate the unseen fields of tbe sonl. ;
Ant! with no-language but a cry. brightly; What difference did It 'We must constantly: stand face to.&ce ..

Just .. the child wakes In the night make Why if be was dead his spirit with God drink in the strength of His PDO '

tad fel"lIntb! 'btftfknes fcuje and' could no longer bear witness to the nature and tbe Inspiration of His presi YOU BELCH ? h BAD BREATH ?

empty about him. cries out Into, tin spirit of the aged wife that be loved ence. If -we do not tbe inner life must ,

gloom for companionship and love and her. His spirit could no longer. respondto perish. Prayer, meditation reading
I the father comes and takes the child the joy of his grandchildren There tbese are channels through which God

In his arms and with confident voice. is a difference between dead body pours '.Hla golden, vitalising; streams F RE E
soothes away the childish fears so oftentimes and a living! man tbat makes one atand into the Inner life. ,x A Full Sized Boy .AI.Y08' Druggist's

we children of eartb feel the :.In! the presence of his living friend The saddest moment In life to man or ,
darkness of life oppress our souls and with, joy and in the presence, of the woman 'la when, there !la a' discovery '. *rt

dry out for the strong arms of a heavenly friend's, dead body with niintterabi* that the Inner life 1* gone and only the Science declares 1t-the only way to cure stomach trouble: ,A new method. By.absorption. 'No drugs' 'Do root
be misery. There is- a difference between outer shell isleft .,Yet the Inner life
Father. Why should we ,
i diseased stomach. Are afflicted with abort breath, Indi.gestlon. .
belch It means a yon gaa, aonr ertfcUtlon. heart pallia,
'
ull mect, to acknowledge this hungerof , a. dead universe and a living nalverse goes,' gradually. and secretly) no one
the soul any more than we an ,.That Is the reason for these utterance has ever-been rebbed of It. dyspepsia, burning pain and load :weight la pit of sumach acid stomach distended abdomen,dj *lne*.,

ashamed to acknowledge hunger of of black despair" from those who do Let us be watchful Let na rem em., it Jic.,, sick herdache? Imples.. bad complexion, bad breath or any other stomach torture t Cut out the coupon, below

the body,! How. especially in the not believe: (iod. ber that aa long a* God la in this inner1' and take It to any druggist la tbe:United State and.he will give you absolutely/ free of charge a fall',sl* d50c. '

midst of trouble. ; the heart hungers for "My soul longetb-yea. enn' falntetlt life there Is security-tbjre: and that no box. t.""': ;'l .
its Father. When the clods fall. upon -for the.courts of the Ix>rd." thief,has ever yet been able to break ,;.

the coffin lid. how the foul cries.)1ylmlmy Now I want to call your( attention to the lock; .f'prt7f1'.aD4! trust aild divine '

( and" How when tbe cloud the testimony of this hunger after God. wlsdom.-. llalelgn Christian, Advocate. Mull's Anti Belch WafersTo
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of adversity gather dense-fMlien vtbo to the existence of God. Whence came w.: .
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cherished ambitions of a lifetime prove this universal and insatiable desire -- J.e....'. news' rd: ' convince yon tbat It curf" ., Nothing else like It known .If rare indi:pleasant ,C\1Na 'by;, absorption.Harmless. ."
It came from the name source,as the Whatever "we beg of.God: let us:also '
which was to
futile when the fortune : !
; Ko drug Stomach trouble> can't be cured otherwise My Medical Science. Drugs won't do-,
make the of oldTig brlc11ttakl'eto mighty longing of a woman for a child work for It; if the thing be matter of
Itself wings years; how when the,familiar tbe longing of the child tor a mother' duty or a'eoasediiest to industry.. For they eat up-the-tttomut(and mgke\ 'you-worse Von..will know-Oiarit" ,,will curs .7011'aa soon a* yot' begln H* .*.,

friend lifts up his heel against/ one- love. It was wrought into man by; the God loves.to blew labor/ and to rewardit That I* why we.. let.you" try It free. .. .*- ,

the heart crlea out. "Oh., aodmy same power tbatmakea tbe man search AIIC1tbert'toflt: iu(,blessed.SI"lour CUT, 'OUT'"THI8 ''COUPON.. .}
Godr' And even In the sunshine and through tbe world for The one woman loins watchfulness with prayer; for -

the joy of life when everything seems to whom ne can give himself In love; 004'" grace* am .but assistance, not ICUTOUTON, .THIS UNK.Ind .
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to be bright and beautiful and full of by tbe same power that make the new creation. of the ;whole habit in m ,,"aII.n.l.Ofmpoa to your drnmrliH'.. ba alUrhr*yea.f.l......fnll ....- lie...f Vnll** Antl. p.kk. .,Worm. nkMla. ,<..ly, In*....,"t..".......b.'. .b a
promise off-future joy..therewlll, come maiden delre above everything else everyfcwtant or.period of ear lives.Bead w*jrlv*only*ti*B ix to*Mcb ..,..ilea rte<" ... a." .d......' was 4_....-.. MIIU..La.-alan-. Y/WCoupo.toa.t4ewt l_'' W
moments when It all seems empty and tbe love of one strong-man All those Scripture and then-flray:to'Godfor'udderstehding. H ,*..{.dd.wet'h.drusajt..n; .. w."UI _4 torn.Mucrl**>r aaO. ;"'- .. '

meaningless and tbe soul cries out for are wrought by nature Into human natnre. .' T ,'against'temp- = ...

Ood. : David was''right and his analogy liven D. ?(Ask of i God roppetency of Tonic 'C CoS 1 j> .'.J;,.'x.t.. ..;..:. o'
My memory goes back to my own I was complete. "As tbe Bart panteth ; but yon must' also work with ,I ,Hull's Grape G oall: , young manhood and I recall a day that- after toe water brooks so panteth my ynsg Iowrl h.lM1attbejJtltln> t,.t are .
was more than usually beautiful whenI soul after Thee.; 0 God." As the thirstof honest tbat ya may bare"to supply InUtnld 131Rock Islantf, III.: ;1'1011. M-.&._.......... "
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stood alone by the sear I fcaoV<< every: tbe tart for water, a* the fact that 4>t 'neeaXlt jtT*'tan/ bat':*> our -" .

reason to be happy. 'I bad found my tbe tart' anffera and idles without endeavor and pray for a blessluir,.and "' ' ,(; !
place In the world; had srwerfc to do water 1* testimony enough for aim that then --.. V>* aocoes with l Aped-> and TI th Bitui oneeitt : :1I'E'. radthl.' Tnll.'Ji"'r I =Mm or.rlllPra.* H pioiMTlT.: :r.-.s tLMpo.tv.a wk yt
'" must exist water to .... / whoa hI. ........ UH.t bnrlaic'1 ro5 _tm fmk.
and the of somewhere there, bey44d/tiilsTv/e catajct ew.posMNl4.Jst .r '' r.a.Jr trof M wtn-M tat 1:1: :
., future seemed foil -DlI.e. Abe : eI _dh''l1oo1""w' ......."" b.-.... ir.ae/or -II dupoa, mmrn. fllym poi irm ...d JduM *mj f.wad.ll nor ,_
Myi health was perfect, and I had not satisfy bJa.tblrit,-10 the-thirst of onn4tHaKJcare; t aitYstJeremy.Tayior e....-.'" ....-._11".70"..... b/...J 'to w*t anr Urn you Mk. uvTw* WflTrMjiU ,... !. tvJI M
sonifor\ God. this mighty cry : ... I>> .. , "r aw..r.llYera.lw.agyp.pawefwdv"'I .-.M4.or. t
fceeit 'disappointed avid In tny boyish hnnxaa ; -* H .'"{ M'ttl". tU.l b5 ; . . .. ...J"-'
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'dreams Andyet.I recall the-awtol that goes tip''from' every human soul" ;: 'a .. . . a 'J. J"fr -a.-. t
I 55ai.. wj"IW..v i t ,, . , t f" :
*1>.neline bad'but'to.. and' walk emptiness of Jo the be', !bone wet:; Is that lntzpUable'ezeeptnpon God Is and that somehow the round His '" 11f ,,..t.r: ag OOCl'.IWUI..wlth 1 I '.r'' T"'T'. ".Imil r n......tliraVvur. a__. . I n a .J.. . .. 1 r< .! .i"JI.II ." ,
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a'mtlyey 1f=l!Uyypp 'o It nse ted to'CbrlsNand' :', .. r" I Cf ...,s rws.. .t, -.. ,:. ,. !tlrt :
-' ( ,; rtiA eltabdfi-hyat 1ck at1VTl= re' m ,. utobloll'a1 ; 11tpt r .' -r.1. .'!?I' <* ; ., .*-__-_ .t, .ti I .
o that the love of >, ; '- :[ .;&, r ,' ,- --4" .......-. ,
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Thre lubed. into. JO\-: bava cpev1qffdme child Ja :lft !J .. '. T >. ...- . .._. ...""..,. f. } lc .1>' '-,- . !
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t The Klsslmmee Valteu u Gazette Sheriff's sate Notice of Application or Tax Notice Application For: Tax''' **4!******** ****''rat4..eiaat a1144i4et..******* ,uy NSUNNY

.Deed Under Section of Deed Under Section 8 of !
TKLelPHONaT NO. 11 Whereaa on the Hrd day ol November A. n. SOUTH LIVERY STABLE .l
'' a"aaY raibaTJW 90(1.( ".N.... HoR-an. Fund. d'd' here ;for>al. ,Chapter 4888 Lawsof Chapter 4888. Laws. of ,
)' roaLiiMCD 211 pack. of ,hort... the iam not hayloc uponthem .
OMee In Valley Gazette Bnlimt.g, the tuft.: labeler sum... .. required b, Florida. Florida. .
aw, I have feed the Mid 2 sucks ol ..
T1"d KI8glMalKE.08CKOLACOPrlTY.rLA. shorts and will ..ff.upon r hem fur .1.10 from ol Notice It hereby fired. thit H. M. T'fann andO Nonce fa hereby tlvcn' that David' htirni rl I !
the cojirthana door lu Kl..lmnir.. ell,', la ...Id l _. T. (eln.rt.ry' pnrch.ers. of Tax Cerilfl f'ft'h..e'rOrT.,: OtTtlfli'ate .Nn,Ms.: dated the 1 -1 p 'SaleI i.
W. B. HAH HIS. Editor sad Proprtetof.Entered : county,durlim th. lentil" houra for !g.Ie! on the <..!. No. ftAS. dated the bah day of July. IH\.1J.\ liliMl said: eerll float July In, m'II.n"I; :: has: md: I Livery
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trat NoDdaj l>rr ml>rr. A. D. IV05: the Mm h (lied acid certlAcetee In 'm, offinc.and ban
at the PDMOffir<< In Kie.lmmee. ria.. .. .. Ixli'g In* 4th day ol std month mad ppllratlon\ for tax. d *ed M lmu In aeordanrc appllnatlon. f.- tax deed l to l,.ue Iu accordance I
a. aeoond-claae mall matter, J. M.WALKFR.: with law. 14.1<1 renllfbatea embrace with law > >
} -mu Kovvmbcr Hih. IMA. th.rlrConstrpatlou. the ItillowlAK\ oVMjrlbcd pr>Mrtv Rusted. InOareola Hald' rcrtl/lrat..mbmeea, ; the fottnwInRda J 1 r iJStabJe i "J
1 Bubacnbel will, plena notify tbt -- mount, Florid. f-wll: scribed. ..iH-nr aliimied lu Oavvula. << Feed -r; ,
f they fall to get the: paper retularuy.. "fe-W of lie. Hen 12. Tp 2(1(,-8 tit R **8. 40 acren Florida. t.n.qu: 'OUDt"j') g j
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all oommaulcatlont ot Irom ont author .... KU.: of \u1.' HOP 7. Tl >!, Hit 28 .... M .
The said land being a '"'"d at the date nfIhe
lied corre'pondenta' tnuat ie sliroed .bi. theWReJeoUd iasuanc of such lertldemM. lu the n.m. ofT 1 In, ..1<1 Ian. btlun a....nut at the ilateof : -- ,- ,.' --.. i .
Health la I impossible If
absolutely M. Palmer the txiuaoce of .ui'h certldcte I tlio uauie of .
matter will not returned. nnleia constipation be present Many serious Unlew acid'rertlflrat "baU.meo1.eo" Inknown I : Ii. W. MILLER. PROPRIETOR ; 1
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k. .alledfer.v canes of liver and kidney, com eordluir to law tax deed will I Imnr onIhe UnleaR aaM ce"Ifleate.hall te, re.L' Limenrdlnt .

sUB8CR1PT10N RATES. plaint have sprung' from neglected inh davof lM-r rmlwr. A. D I'MA.Wltiirta .h..n.. :"'!i'ar..fevomier i In law lax; ored will, A. Inane P. llxi'i tt.irrotionthe I i \ 'OIL -
lENTS GOMPflNV.
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? .. .. .. .. 1.00 BIT official ah nature and < this tht .. . STflNDflRD \ :
+ One copy. one year ......... .. constipation Such a deplorable condition A. I) Mltu amt "" .I. KlRratiiro "" coal
On copy. nix moQlbi........... .... ...,. .. .60 1* There la'a cure [1.5.41) Mhdarol. November E. If, LECLEY 1at3.!, ( KAll; Die :.Mid day. of Ottobt-r. 0\ I) ".I 1'1

1 On copy.n.NelDoalla..... .. .. .. ..26.Frid.r. for it. Herbine unnecessary.will speedily remedy Clerk Circuit Court BvW.a Oareola HARWEf.L' ('......n. Florida.D. C. : Clerk K I.C'I.I.Krtlh\...." Conrt,1111.\\ i Broadway, Opposite Postofflce.J3ClssJ.iaarxa.ee. !

1005. matters.. C. A. Lldds.,. P. M., Bron- I. Owe.la l Count. I
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-. ": November 10th. I son. Fla.. writes, Feb.12:, IU02. "Hav- Notice of Garnishment. Py'-W. t, HARWELL. D. U. .T : :: Florla.:; ;

lOll used Herbine, I find it a fine medicine .
: Monday November 20th, baa been for constipation.-: a bottle. to roouty Jodn's Court, Oaceola County, Fla. HARRIS' SANATORIUM. i

r designated Stockgrowers Day at I Sold by Thomason *' Roberson. J. A.. Lancaiter va. )S Civil Action. . DR. R. L. HARRIS. .. i Jhon O2.. All KtE.die E :e:u1lag. i i"

the Tampa Fair The Southeastern Parounl. Moilltry. >' I ITO SUKOEHY.. AND OENEDAL MEDICINES,
: ., Stock Growers Association will hold Neuralgia Pa'laa. : Ramuel Moull,.,..defendant, and all otters. Office Boura 11 to 1,Ito.. :.................................ae. lB ............. ;,

a convention In Tampa on that date. Rheumatism, lumbago end sciatic whom It may concerns of OR. N. M. HEGGIE.BYE. --- ---- :'Ii 1 1i
At tbla meeting President GaiUklll. You are hereby notified III.t. writ Gap BAH. NOSE AND THROAT, -
pains yield to the penetrating influence nlabmentbai been trailed In the above cauae .
of Marloo County, will tell about the of Ballai'd'. Snow Llulroent. and that Jour property In .b.tatdu of lb. Atlantle I 1 OffloeHoura, a:m |ol,"I to 4. 'fi,'.
work the Association Is doing, sod a*] It penetrates to the nerves and. bone Cots Line K. R: On ha, been tar- ORLANDO. FLORIDA. ..
lesson will exhibit at the DlMhe 1 d: and that nnte jnu appear before
an object and belnffi-abaarbed Into the blood, Mid ourt on the 4th d... of neovmtMf A. 1\ [ / SIMPSON
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:fair ball a down half-bred heifers with' Us. healing1, properties are conveyed to Iwu' Judiiment by default will be .0100.\\ I ...
tbelr three) quarter bred calves by every part. of the body, and effect atlas you. ,
I. ALANCART.Rfo. ,
tbeir sides. President Brown of the sbme wonderful 25c boo and DENTIST.
cures. .. are. I90.V Plato IT.
z Fair .. exhibition. there will be $1 00. Sold by Thomaaon& Roberson. -, Offi'-.oter Osceola I'hermary. .
the- largest ot live stock -" Notice Garnishment.In I
ever collected. in this I state. The Judges l 9 a. m. ,
L will be experienced men, and our stockmen Beat Xlnlrrieat OM Earth. County '''dtr..'. Cotirt.,Oaceola County: Fla.At .. OFFICE HOURS: [ 1:30: too-30if: ml i, l4 t y n Alf 4I rrf} A ..11't'

'p will be able to see and bear much A Lancaster 1va. Telephone. No..7B J. tin o. ITT. ,
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.that will be of profound Interest to .Henry D. Baldwin} SupU; City Waster J Civil. ActlosrMonday -- -or'. i
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Works, Sbullsburff..., writes: Shield.. I iToVonday THOMASON. !I
John PO.
C..on.d Mr.
Senator ..
them. "1 have tried kinds of liniment Bhlelda defendant and ail others >; ,, 'jiPkyalclan and SarseoHW '
Osceola Co. will he1I.whataheeP. many . . .
,M. Lee ot . >
whom It concern* ; r 0 i 2 "iI.L'
1 received much may ;j. calta
but have never '.. of Oar. anawBBio. .
they think bent to cross on. You are hereby notified Ib.t. .rit "u"I" ,, .
__ native ewe.. Mr. R. B'-.otO e.la, benefit until 1 used Ballard.;:800w. nlahment bas been issued Iu the above cause, j R.N..rc.'Pboe. UJ!.ON'm.'":! .. ,
Liniment for rheumatism and pains ]I nd that four property In the of the At
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p Jwill tell what effect good blood has on : 1 ti IH Offlc.'Pb.ee.1JJ. ,
_ best liniment" earth." lamia Cout Unit R. R. C'n hat barn Oar- .
the nallvscow.. Mr. G. Murphy, of think it the 'on uUbeediand that c.. sou appear before : i ;) K1481HMEH.FLA'; l'r
'. Manatee Co., will give his 'obeervr 250, boo and 11.00 Sold ]by ;?homa-. acid Court on the 4t'.a: day nf. December, A. U. I n
son'&, Itu et''OD.' 1006.( )J' smear by default will b.. entered" A. ACNEW'eATTORNEY
i 1"lua'o' the results of good bulls on ;1' . P VANS
agaloet' u.hw 7i
the range, and other talks will, be Special Rotted Ip Rates : $ ,.1903, .7. A. LA CARTERPI.IntiR, .

.made by .practical stock men from I LAW.-
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various Darts of the state, sp 'that the Via t.beAtlaotlo Coast Liner Chattanooga,2Tenn. ."- . i :
NOTICE OF APPLICATION. I AND NOTARY PUBLIC -
:, sneetlDf:'))4 bound to be of great Interest : and return-one first Wa
? class tare plus 250. Tickets sold Nov Public notice I I. hereby given that J. B. HtratInn -
the and all.who .Interested
to co men, are KISS1MMBE.: FLA:
baa Died with the Board ol County Commit.stoners ,
6th .nd'9th final (Unfit November 16th.
; '0 tbe development of the. livestock of Oaoeola riorlda. bUapplIcaUuu r .-
.. interesijg throughout' tbe, state. Na.hvllle"TeIlB., and return:-On. for a permit to county.eUI quon.wipes ainl: bear : .
.., > first. class. fara plus 25c. Tickets sqk election dlatrlct No. 1 I.of auld county and :J:r..M VViLtSON, JR., l
Nov. 20th and 21 su Final: limit .De- >t.te, that ald application will! be a REAL
,LAw, Rates to Califorsua.. the Mid. Board of CPU ty Commlaalonera at .J PU"LI.. l WANTED ESTATE n
comber 30th. their urn reitular meeting which will beheld .:: NQTARY } '
.I p' Round trip tickets are on sale at reduced For .further information call on on the tint Tuesday the Mh day of Itecember. STA.TE AT LAROE.'Real S . Iftfi
: , rates every day in the year from Ticket Agent, or write! *. 1>. 19UA, at ten o'clock, In the forenoon of 1e/d) i 1

;r all points via the Chicago, Union Paclflo -. -- .1. 8. HAKTSELL.. D. P..A- :"r'en and of Bald aid! election Board hereby dturict talta who may upon desire any: KISSIMMEE. Estate:- Agent.FLORIDA I My customers for the next six months would like to 'hav as many .

Nortb.'western Line' and colonist Tampa, Ifla. to do ao to abow cause If any there be. at the VACANT LOTS. BUSINESS. HOUSES. COTTAGES ORANGE! OROVES.. TIMBER LAND .*4
one ticket will be next regular meeting of aaUf. Hoard why snob .
way also on
tale on specified dates this fall at aAa. Worm. Destroyer.. permit ahould not be Rraoted. W Uie appllrantBy e. CATTLE RANCHES to select from as possible.I. The.probabilities. are there a
ord.r of the Board nfCnuntvforamlaatonra '
fate of only 133 from Chicago with White's Cream Vermifuge not. only of Oaceola county Florida: title the Sib day. will be something doing in KiSSimmee and Osceola County property this

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and slime in which they build their Clerk of tbe Circuit Court of Oaceoja county,
'v?; Dally and personally conducted ex bests; It brings, and quickly, a healthy: riorlda.Bf . PEAf what you have for sale. This is good time of the year to set busy, 1
i ,i cursions through Pullman Tourist condition o( the body, where worm.cannot W. K. JOHNSTON D. C. No cornmissio.i '
unlosa said is
charged
made efforts. '
sleeping cars, only 7.00 double berth through my. r
exist by Thoinason & t
# : from Chicago. Send'cents for book; Robergon. : \\8old Lease of County Convicts. y aR How would, a Tornado Policy strike you? It heats being struck.bya i

; 18aL maps? and full information tow .- --w--- Bealod Bids for the r-of all of the Oonay e
B. Knlskern, P. T. Jot., C. &N. W. Son Lost Mother. *: Convict of OHcnola County Florida, for tornado-and don't cost much. Fire' Insurance In"ten of the bifst ,
By."Chlcsgo.wr one year, contm< Mttnfr on the Otb day of KovVDmlNv.A. o- ,
"Consumption runs In our' family D. 1HU6. ti'J mu or roam to give rM 'i companies. New York Life Insurance, Plate Glass Insurance. Health'p
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.. \ bond and cuntody of them and to take)
"OTI CE. and through it I lost mymother'I all oonvtcta forpare from. the county: Jail. Immodlabelyafter .. ; / Insurance. Rent Insurance. Burglary. Insurance, Accident Insurance. Y

Owing'to the scarcity of wood and write K. B. Reid; of Ilarmonv, Me. ooavlctlon. tteUlemnii for aaima to be
; Taxes paid. Rental "Agency.
"For the past five however on mcdepromptly on' the let Monday Ineax-hand Notary Public. t
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the
years
distance
; to haul; hereafter, split evnrv month: Held bids to be tied with the '
;tore. wood will be- 1.75 a .tran.O. .the slightest. sign of a cough or cold, Clerk of thin Board on or bnforuthn let Monday J. M. WILLSOIJ JR.
r .' B. WOoITAL 1 have taken!: Dr. King's New Discovery : In November 1IW6. ait. 10f m. The BoardrejMirvlnic
for Consumption, which has savedme the. right to reject. any' and all bkla. -

r'e A Disastrous Calamity from serious lung; trouble." His D70rd.['''Ll.. of the Board. B..J-LJII8JJ1n.. There is l

< It.Is ; when mother's death wa a sad loss for Mr. B/! .--k Clerk. Dont be Cross Money .in Growing Ginseng. F
a disastrous, calamity .
_ ; Reid but hejearned that lunar trouble W.. R- Jonaa'row.' D.-(] -
w yon lose health .because ; BVFrof. I
lion jour Indlges- must DO'beDSM'lect.ed: and how to Administrator's >fotice.All when Howard of the Missouri-State t
and If Agricultural
k" constipation hare 'sapped It cure It. Quickest relief and cure for cooking,. you get College .eaVs"I: 1
away. Prompt relief be bad. In .. advise American farmers to '
can tn hnldlnc rlalmi d.9tasduupon cultivate
oe. Ginseng
v Dr. K.....'. New Life Pill. They build cough and cold Price 6) j a:>yuar clir"II.. 'Of"ltao. 'and cure It'u.ral't.eId at Osceola Pbarmacyv. sent same to me for payment,, properly' alte. easily grown.--A bulletin issued by the
: Trial bottle fre. . .d. within! the Um proscribed law or the not be your fault bill' Pennsylvania State College in part
fll "The
headache, dizziness, colic lconsllpatloo. ....---. ':' same wl'1' I be forever, barred and oeraooa In* says: wpply 'of native Gin a t

eie. Guaranteed at Omoeola nUT1 CEi-.' .debtHI to .said estate :will/ red make) immedlat..eWeseulwlthlb.undem the fault of the Ingredients 8ene root Is rapidly diminishing, and the price per pound Is correspondly "'

PbaroacT, The'party. having. Telephone Books 5. W.: MILLER increasing, while the consta.nt'demand for the drug In.Chlna .stands r
Administrator tbe EataU of Tnoiaaa. Wlaa, -you have used. as a guarantee of
Stove "004: belonging to my son, will please return deeeaaud a steady market for Ginseng In the future.--Consul-
.-b them, or any trace of t.bem. wilt General Rublee of Hong Kong in
says the U. S.
: :We will furnish Stove Wood dolly BUY 'YOUR Consulor reports 'The
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.. '. be appreciated. MRS.! P wlnr.. Notice to Creditors, Legatees : sale of Cmseng root'grown in America is
5 f..d large I
to any part. of town at 1.00 par and Distributees. mind 1s very here 'and the de- ft
w'.w 1knuJ4. MAYYARD> LUMBER CO ..Irlaa't.Utt'reaaosmblemeasiIs GROCERIES so great that much more could be disposed of'advantageously, a I
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U- All p.rso".nDI .Ia'im. acalnat the ..1&1. The root Is at Indispensable
..4. 'New. Yolk No.:, Z.-Florida oranges often as \great as woman's. But.'lbOIS. of Henry W' Barber. ,d..,....... lataof. OtoeolaCounty. Of us and will find their nee." to the hundred.mil1ion. Chinese as I. j.
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in heavier Austin, Mgr. of the Repub Stale of Florid will prevent the earn you ,
< are Mucn of tbe
_receipt. 1
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lao '' for payment the ouderaljneU.. properly attested
fp stock is etill l green. It. Is coloring up of Leavenwortb Ind.. was not within lbs time nreaortbed. .by I.w..< everything absolutely Ginseng, a staple on the market the same a8 com, wheat'and t
unreasonable, when be refused to allow '
cotton. The
better and better each week ;but much"of the.same will be forever m.LL present market price varies
from $6.00
the doctors : his wife to
to
$8.50
it bas to be operateon fresh and satis. per
artificial pound while
ripened. "The for femsletrouble be AdmlnlatratHs of Estate of Henry W. Barber. pure the cost of producing l id less than
'f;stock well The "wtAladl. .a'i"we $1.50. It Is to
cuts very market Is a Dun""' " grow and requires easy
? concluded Electric little
to try Bitter. factory. In the end very Ilround. An
*,tt trifle easier belog-92.25@S Ocoaslons ,., acre of matured 'Olnaenc is
s. My wife was then so sick she could worth $40.000. '
There
ally there will be a little this for ,Citation Administration.In is 'room In
t;,: over one"earden to 1
it. several lilt
r extra fruit. hardly leave her bed and five? (6)) cheaper to buy dred dollars worth each grow iharB-
The
physicians had failed to relieve her Coca-TV I"...'.C_ : year. plant thrives throughout the United
;' Thestockgenerallsswootbskinned'find After taking .Electric Bitters" she. was Oeckai.. Cooirrv. Fi..I,. ___0'\\ w really:good:Groceries. Stakes and Canada In any soil or climate fwl1l'4rrow .
. In better. .condition than at this Ike Coaat Jodtsofsaid Cmntyt table., We sell ,garden vege-
ifM\ .time of the.year ordinarily.} Jt takes perfectly eilred.'anaesa now performall ,.J-i. Charts. .W. Oriao bas eo roots and seeds for pli.n nl', 't
and oan'ahbw
.. : PUrpose. ,
her household duties.. ,Odaraotesd Coertfor Lea rsef Ad.ial.traliooan : you how to'ma.ke'''
Spf t. good 'car'of; bright to <<1'0..12.13 by Osceola Pharmacy price COo.M . &be I.cate 01 Nelsea" alyssll.uses......... HOGAN. :& FLOYD.. money growing 'Olnsenl':" ''There are'' two planting':
;;T*a box There are :.wz few Russets .1 Aid Courtof 0-.1., .., : ,.: seasons spring and !fall. With.each order, '
'and. these are more or less .....a. ; !:TbaaK. th. Lord"cried' Tbeaeare, therefore(.a eRe.... admoalah ail to plant; and care"" for the we 'rive full Instructions how-
and alvnlar' the kindred) and eredttora earden. You
of eaktateeaaaea
Florida grapefruit U duller this week .can a cOod.tart "In ,.
ta be and hewn business for '
this
C ias>d'tbe market .. caster all around. Hannahf Plant t. of Little. Rock. nn H>afora the.l_h appear day .ot Dee mbeq Court A. D.! ,, :oba White Sk CO.tlltiptLLll. .' a small outlay and soon han a nice Income'.' Sel'let two.
Ark."for.... relief.I from Buck- tie ot> erUone. It anr cent stamp today for "" t
Tb fruf-* .. and receipts. got t1501.H.54 .. ) /. tney. have lo the) n.- ? <1" telling aU about WI wond.rtut lndustr)4.irh
are baa......., heYsetlg. It 2.26@4 aNlf"a ten's Arnica Sal..e.I'. cured) fearful same will I.be(raatdS.Iprayedr1f, tke>nrfa n tb-. fatrW..ay1aia.a..irtre ,

<.e /anoy .will bring better, than running ao..,;whlch.. nothing else ......- BUCKINGHAM'S": tNSENG'G: ;
...... ; -- .... .. would heal, and from which I bad suffered .Cea, atvsforsesiol.latlstitMr's-barlliDa. . RfEN!
for ft.years." It If a'marvelous .I1tutt-r( ... W,K. JOHN TON.. > FURS onowERa "
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b rise & '< ,- AND-ejcpoRTens
rblitt :
TberaresoodOM for ; healer forcute, burps-ahid 'wounds.. P :.A."OIfKW. . . sad NIdss.iM.ttssia' :

JIewJI l61sgasl) ltlt-W'; 1n'cma. ,:. Uoaraoteed jMOscenla:" Pharmacy, Ko.J" .. r \,: oa 1CIf 2 ZANE8VILI.E.. i.'I: ., .rr.. I. .
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Kls lmm66 VaiIcu 6azCtte : SALE,.at ..8olord. ... Now I. thstirn to get biff, Bargains. e 'Room*,,for 7th* .fair.jI ., .
'
,..t Stahforu's Fire Sale. f. "
Send \ bave'iwelvenice '
TBLSPHONBNO.I1. us,your job printiog ,furnlsted.rooms 'J'I
Tlllman\ at>th J. Z. Roberson bas moved''be remnant at mv residence, Ird.lJoo..of the Davis, I
_Tuesday Opera .House nest of his stock of drugs saved from Block, (heart. of the city, to rent ,
'IJBLISHED EVERY KUIDAY; evening ,the fir* Into J.|N.'Wlllsoo Jr.'s build- during tbe Fair to espeotable people .,
IT New line of fall ao4'winter'' Clothing log just acrosd the street from his old Water. lichis. bath and telephone. I ..- :,

W. -D.==MAPIP'tlsl='= x. at ,-;* ", KATZ'.. land., I oonyenienoes... ,Price Il.OOada7.t.W'01. j r ,, .J .. "',. :or .!; ',' -' .1 i iy

Oftlcfawat Report., Do want Mr. and Mrs, K sod In a room. Writs t.u-daywILb remittance ". 1 1 you good meal? A good I > "Lesley )lit you1 want rooms reserved .. \ ,
,...... .a..a.yv.W' tnmM clean bed? Come.to the Lake\ House' M returned aster Leroyaod Miss Belli*.Qardner Phone.1419..... .,, .L.. M. HATTON ( *1 -' 'TU.:, ,*Z,. '" ,... ,A. .."' ,- I ,.<., HI,?l ," "cT'It1s"sp
Monday from'Idr.
TMOMOAV .v!"l... Kov, t, 1106.Mu. -.- Mr*. O. F. Barker and MI.. Mabel grove at Cow Creek, where, they Lesley'bad Davis Block. '

Parker Wfnup to Orlabdo yeiterday been rusticating for the three ce is reserved" .
&atD.'all. to past ,A. Card of Thank. .
Nn. visit relatives, ;
.. week. ,
They report a. most delightful We \-'"' :
--- . wish to .thank the good people -
ulp.
= Buirg-y and harness for .ale.J ?, "bo.o .. for' '
4 ..., '"' M. WlLLftON Ji : nbbly assisted in preventtng j :
aeil. .,.... ... n Mmt/ For the Cheapest. iDeate lo be had,got the disastrous. lire which occurred I .,
".. .. :: sY Just. arrived floe. trimmed bat. at the Wednesday night from destroying. the
ne.7
.' ... ''IV '/10 61oaea7 Kaonei/& Co.Stanford jo- OSCBOLA MEAT MARKET. Eagle Saloon building and stock of H\ICeSTANFORD": :; Y.

ue.e.7.oeoe.d..7.r. ,..., ..71'I. . '* entire stock will be cold Protracted. services have been In goods ,belonging to Mr. R. Mugge. .
..... ''IV 6C! at. the Christian. contained therein Respectfully .{ (
hnMt.r regardless of coat In the next thirty. progress church this TH8 OVIOINATOI V/* ,
R. T. BUTLER ,
wee"Re." '' B. ,
the
days., The best bargain will be v Q. Deoham evangelist
'I. A..IMPPON. P. N. cured, by those who come early, se I, Is one ol the moat eloquaat "'! .' O. C. PEELEJI, .;. OP LOW' .1C:85'IN' KUVIMMBB' '"'. ii, .'. ..
_. ., \ '
speaker the people of Kinalmmee .x.r.
I
J our rates for Insertion of advertlseienti Smoke Key West Havana, the"best have ever bad tbe pleasure--of. lUten- Orange: Tree.. : .. __ . .

among the reading! { matter' on no Cigar on the market. .log( to, and Is being greeted by large'congregations bei The... cheanest'ever offered for sale .. ,, ., 1 -- -
sample
tree and be '
*
i prices can -
{:
'I. !ten .cents per line each InUtlon. If you want to ohinge'your' real estate each even Int. The seen at K. D. Ojfan'. store\ a '..- :
Ms) page( holdings see J. M. -WllUoa Jr.:, singing I I. being conducted by Mr: Mc.Brayer for further Information aoply grocery toLy. ,
of Georgia
,
on tbe subject. .
..
HuqHEr.Atteatio : '
}1r.. O. H. MorrUoa;returned Wed We regret to chronlclA this week tbe ""l : -
? 00000000000a nesday from Jacksonville,where she death of Mrs. Martha Davis, which ( Confederate Veterans. iz

has been visiting. 'relatlv fur the oooured suddenly a few day ago at*,. General W H. Jewell commanding
Local Nt ws. past two.weeks. tier home in the John too. Island the 3rd -Brigade U. S. V., has Issued
neighborhood., Mr. Davis was one orders for the Brigade
Private Table Board. of the old residents oft to meet at -- ,
the -
----- ------- -- County, Tamps on Fiidaj the 24th inst. It is --*- -- --- -
Mae..I1EELEN PKRDEW.. and was a III.tar.pf Mr. I. Al.. Lanier absolutely necessary for Iversoo.'Camp

Paul lOne, _Whiskey at 91.26 per and Mm. C. S. Acree she leaves'large a i have a meeting before that date. these ,
| Wade, the Tuner, Orlando. tf quart at the Eagle Saloon. ch-cleof relatives apd friends to are therefore to command you to -

Fewer gallons; wean longer; pevoeI R., ,MuoaK..FuotH mourn her 10..'. assemble. at t.heCourl House In KUslm- Valdosta Foundry ,&. Machine Co
mee City, on Saturday the 18th
; Mr. >holmes- Fraiber aDd Ms sister Inst.
I Whit Star Lauqdry-Cmr BAKERY "sure. and see D 'Phillip'shorses Miss Hay., both valued employees of at 11 a. m. It, Is urgently .requestedthat
before buy'nJrHe: bas the. this. received : ,every Comrade be as. -VALDO TA. QA._.
clothing at Kanner & Co's.Steuon office, a telegram last present
: Flue goods! and Is 10.be\ market for bus I officers- will be elected., "
Saturday the serious
: annouclng 1
Hats! at KATZ'S, IDe,.. Illness. of.th.etr father at Clinton S.' C. By Order of the Cant.. Commander

J Supt W. J Sears and Mr.'H, C.tlnlurd M... D. Hi'Bridges- Assistant. Chemist and left on the midnight train for I , W. R. JOHNSON. Writtf for Bargain' List ot Engines,, Boilers
visitors of thesttate Uiiiverstiy,1 ha :bn lorae. As a. the Valley -- - ---
It were Orlando' on consequence
and Saw :Mills-
1 spending thisweek her --f rtlllzlng the Bcett. force has been badly I .crippled All kinds and sizes. Wo buy

luesdsy. 'State experiment orange grove,. be. this week and we hope our readers. YOUR ATTETION sell and trade now and second hand
tiiiesternMeattomorrow (Saturday) machinery
longing J. 'W..:OJ(ver. will overlook any shortcomings. ,of. "-.
, t C. -v.'. Grltllu's.\ this. Issue ". of :kind Vo manufacture Columns
Phone your wants', we do the run FOR A MOMENTI! every _

I The Lake. House now open for l InIvectlon. ning. . Gen. W. H. Je'well, commanding We now have in stock .{the finest Lin tics, Ventilators and-all kinds castings
KISSIMMEE DRUG COMPANY. .
r theTlorlda Brigade U. C. V, has line'of Toilet Articles ever shownin
j | Mill Ruth Sadler, Oakland, came Have you seen our new Line of Dorothy issued a general order, designating If
our city
r. jiiwn snd visited! her friend Miss Ruth Dodd Shoes at Dann's. Friday Nov. 24th, as the date Jor the Amongthe newest
_>Des over Sunday annual reunion and business meeting numbers are: y, .. OUR PRICES WILL SELL YOU. I

I & tVs 3.60/ patent.atJter..hoell Capt. J. W. Collier has purchased. of the" Brigade, and Tampa as the ...-...O"OD this paper when wrtUok for ll..u e-ooUf r1U111117i111111111I1fI1111,11111111111111111H11f1111111111
:
Try Kanner through J. M. Willson jr., real estate; place, "In It Is -"order he also announces COLGATE'S CASHMERE .
they are guaranteed. agency, the Cambbeli property in the appointment Miss BOUQUET
I If wauta nice pair of match North KUsimmee, between! .-Mr Kate Florrle 'Bryan of KUsliumee, as Sponsor TALCUM
you
has them. and 4 re. Hu sell'. residence.For . ; for the Brigade with Misses Onie POWDER.,
Dr. Phillips "
ur es. '
1 Saturday a new tine of Lace Avellhe of Tampa; and M ary_How EASTMAN'S s11111111' ,
)101,11.111I19> Dale the popular teacher ard of Orl..ndo maids of CRUSHED .ROSE
as honor.
and KATZ'H.
chemisettes" collars at !
if the liaasvllle school came In and TALCUM POWDER. 1 WATERS & CARSON GROCERY Is
i lent. last Saturday and Sunday with If you need a nice horse, now Is Mr. James Murphy of Orlando CO
tie home'IOlks.Lowest ** the time to buy. Dr. Phillips has. representing the Mutual Life Indu.trl..lAI.aelatlon. BEEKMAN'S VIOLET = .=?

| prloos In Fresh Meats at them. of Athens, Ga the full AGENTS. FOR'MAPES
of which will be found in his TALCUM POWDER.
Market. David D. Kldd will hold plan '
>la Meat The nev.
in
I Dr. 1'hllllpi baa a floe pair of services In the Kpincopal church on large few days advertisement herethls week.Lhl.I..ue.Mr. Murphy spenta MENNEN'S VIOLET TALCUM FERTILIZERS !

Fees In hi. bunch. which be will Sunday n xL. "Morning prayer,10:30 sermon I. C y>iung gentleman of pleasing POWDER. .
habit at the State. Fs r. and boly mmunlon at :. ; address, and makes a favorable 'mer.reseloo y". .. Z2c .
:
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evening prayer and sermon at 7:30.: all with whom becomes All these are celebrated foods : :: .

|Ladled do you. want new skirts. ... ., '. go ,For particulars about laundry work .upon' lie found several people and are most "gratifying- the Highest Grade-Best Crops--Largest 'Returns-' -
Katinerk Ck> the Our boy Is here ,whowere farollllar with his "
rMessrs phone City Bakery. soul. Their i '
Perfect in
| Geo. Ivey, and Ed. Keen' always ready to call and get your conaoany, and its workings In Georgia/ A arrival of Souvenir PostCards Safety Use. ,
new :.
live !gone into tbe oranire packing aekaxes. all of whom speak most favorably of == ... -
ugiDem* and have purchased several It. Mr. Murphy returned to Orlandoon are now in and its a nice '

ops of fruit are, Capt.al present Uell and engaged his force in laying>f hands a. Wednesday but expects to be back: way to get ,a reply to that "lone Send for Circulars shbwing danger .'using Acid

Buy your ,hoe from Dann's and sewer across Uro..dwa'j".t' below the establishing again tomorrow an ,agency to.spend, and some gelling time 'looked. for letter.- E Materials on our light, sandy soil, and how great .::::::s.

bn will get ...lu8'''-01'.10111"- ft.I Bank to replace thtt.ld much wooden troubleat culvert things ID working shape here. We are ready. ,always to do yournnlnc -Ipsses were. made by farmers last year throughout ';:;
which bas
I Fall stock arriving dally at Kanner' that plane.. given. so We are requested by Commissioner e'' the State. .'

C W. ti Van Dusor to extend his-thanks '
KATZ Is agent for t d'w. V.. Price &; Kissimmee Co t111Ui11111t1111LIU111111U11t11lltllllllulliillcl111111i
$ Drug
ark of the Court R.'L. Lesley and Co.' the largest Custom Tailors In to the citizen of Osceola County for 1111111111 l
Tuesday their hearty co-operation with him in
JTlly to Tampa
were called
Chicago would be glad to take your 'Pbone 41. 1
a telegram announcing the serious collecting and preparing the Countv'sexhibit '\-- .
order for a fall suit or Overcoat. for the State.. Fair Mr. Van .
lines I of Mr. Lesley's, sister., J
)1 r. aod "Mr: Harper Bond of 1X4 zor says he has 'a magnificent '-
I If you have any laundry to send Jacksonville were In town'' ,a ''day, or exhibit; one throughly representativeof 00000000000000
k.y, and want It "done uo" in good two this week on their way to Tampa the resources of tbe County and HURRAH FOR THE c.',. CARSOirJour st.'LEa:', 'N. a. CAItSOIf.
ape, phone the City Bakery.I where, Mr.,Boyd will &".twtoln arrang- one that will prove the biggest P..I..t. yIcr.P..t. Cealll.r.'

I Don't faU to hear Ben Tillman one log Osoeola County's exhibit for, the advertisement. the County has e..ea'
Race Question" at tbe Opera Fair. tOo had. He"-invites the people of, the LAKE'HUSE() State Batik of ,Kissimmeet ;. '.

louse next Tuesday evening.. to KANNER & Co., for your.Drv( County to vi lttheexbibU while attending
. !
1 Married at tha Methodist.. parsoo'alreedoe.d..nIBIl Goods,. Clothing and Shoes the it borne.tbe Fair'He, and will to have make a large themselves ,Kissimmee" ,. Fia. '. .

at 6 o'clock, Mr. leaders, In low |>rtoes. ion In the booth, rooer.t-. --- ' c
room --- .,'
>om C. Salleueto MUs Lydia Sefcs* Mr. Bob Bullock formerly a;War.cods.'c easy chairs .lounges ice water,, writIng i ,- '. -' <, PAID-UP CAPITAL..,........... "'....... 80 000 OC .

bns, Rev. J. L. Moon offlciatlng. butoowaresidentoflayaoga, materials et.ci:; and sweet. music .' STOCKHOLDERS LIARILITY... ,....:...: :;80 00000 ' .
"
JThe City Bakery Is agent for the South Africa arrived here Sunday on I will be furol.bed'at.. all. "timed for the Renovated DBP05ITOItSS.CI1I1ITY,......"......!.... 'IOC OOO 00
'hlte. Star Laundry-tbe best. In tbe a visit "To bis brother, Mr. S. H. Bullock ,delectation 'visitors.. He will also Thoroughly -- . It
tate It Is jald" be -..1.0 had another have a large register'' In the booth Prompt and Carellil Attestlost '.'''..' to all matters ... ?
Get."em and stronger motive In coming, In where It Is desired that all who visit New Management trll.,04 to .... Exchanges good all points ..tpIII..t". "v -
:
[Wear a Coat Shirt. at. which Cupid playa an Important part, the Fair from their County ..ballreaI.ter rates: '

laon's. and the sequel to wMch will appear In their names..: Mr.,Van Duzor .-e- ,' YOUR'BUSIIIESS SOLICITED' .x
Mr. C. J. Turner, of TJmatllla, Fla. these columns; at a later! date. also desires Impress upon tbe people _
the bard- that the Fair will not be over on Nov. We;serve the Best' meals,
afi accepted a position .
'A Great FIRE SALE is now on at
15th but will have Just.begun and .
'
W, B MaklnsonCo., '
|are store of the Stanford's.' Ten Thousand DollarsWorth Clean,. comfortable beds t7
order the exhibit
thai.in to, keep
this week. '
ad w.n'1.o work for,them -
of Dry Goods, Shoes. ClothIng looking fresh and inviting during the Elegant service, ''careful
I Everybody should( bear n.: n., Till- ann Notions will be sold In the fifteen days of the Fair, be must be ; .
an' lecture at the Opera House next. next thirty days. These goods were constantly receiving fresh fruits with attention Tafgiven to all. .G F-

fuesday evening.! slightly, damaged by being removed which to replenish the exhibit up to THe ideal home for travelers -
from' the store during1' thenresodwill tbe time of the closing of !the Fair,. on '
[Have you seen the Pennants Brandants pesold regardless ofCost. Nov 30th. and tourists.: Reason lOSCEOLea

\ ,'if not !go. to Kanner & Co. ,. able rates- xCome and
1 Medium and heavyweight: Under J. F. O'Berry has sold his half Pn Memoriam. : 'IJl.
Interest In the Shiver stock: of sheep J investigate.
KATZ'S.
ear for men and women at PHARIVIACY..v:
which were purchased tome tin e ago
I Mr Bob Bullock brought with himm by himself and Senator Carron, to S.Li. Mrs. John M. ,Overst-eel, nee Miss W. A. KALLENBERGER "' 1'
South the akin of a boa In 'Mr.Btorv's Mary J. Patrick laughter: of Mr. W. I.
Africa Story: taking part payment '
Line
>nstrlctor snake, which measures pasture and stock: of cattle, A. Patrick!, Ota oi the pioneer citizen mOPKlETOR. ,, When yon need anything in ,.tlio Drug .'I, MG7'

Jlftbieen feet and one Inch In length, estimated at. 200 bead. Mr.. Story of Klssimraee, was born near Orlando, call; No.,3 will be delivered at once., '
Flor Augustthetwenty4hlyd, ISttl, ,up ,, ,
Uao-
rhlch is on exhibition at Jack an experienced sheep raiser, and we died oooooocoocooooooeocW.LVanDuzor&Co. -

.ck.). Curio bop.. understand: will. denote his" ''entire' time :f'n and the hospital October Orlando the eleventh, where, 1905 she, 1 S', Wo also, carry a''full .lino: :oT Indies. Shears ',

I Men's vlcl shoes 12.00 at Kanner & I to the business.The and been placed by her family for ..... .arid Scissors. Try' our famouM.Bag Poison:: I.'f I.

'oJ, first taste'of the Sun will be I medical treatment. :
[George Gilbert has the finest line of out November 18th. It will be brim On the twentieth anniversary, of herbirtbda7 Money refunded. if 'not satisfactory. We: .
him about Full of good things gotten upby Editor she was married to Mr. .
fall Paper In town. See are In business ifor, your health.
,
vapering house U'Kogle and Illustrated by Cartoonist: John M. Overstreet tot Shingle-Creek ;
your Taylor. Governor"Broward contributes ' !community. Later. she moved with her S' ,
George Parker b'a. ben temporarily a on "The Pardoning ofCrlmloal. I husband and family to Klsslmmee BROKERS', l g'Store&.S
(ansferred from Lakeland to- this paper. " answer the criticsof I where' ihe resided until her death. The, Leading, Dr
pace, and is DOW running a twitch the Pardoning' Board. No one I B.later Overstrlll was appreciated and -- .
Qgloe in theyard her*.. should miss this number Write Tnu : beloved .in wbateyer community She

I will BON, Jacksonville, Fla.,'and order it lived. Her Christian character, neighborly REAL ESTATEAND ': ,
My 1VOA sample Of Wall Paper
sent to you or sea us. kindnesses, selfsacrlflolng life .
> here la a flew daya. Walt' and see :won her a host of friends. Her upIrsalon INSURANCE. sjv w m vv ...
qat. C. K. LANO. Dr T. ,t. Ul verfl,Of Lake Park.Ga., was to be true to God, -loyal to '.; ( '

IBr. Phillip\\ horses are all' young was In town yesterday prospecting for I L her church and faithful in all the. *C.;.A: CARSON P....ld.... t''. X. C. ..TAN.x ,........!F. c I
nd well broken either for riding or a location. He bas been making a relation of life,'and a* wife, mother, L-, ---- i ''
It-lying. tour of !the State. and expressed himself and friend, 'she expelled. All who %; : ..... .rx' ,:a: : <
as better pleased with the prospects knew herb felt ,that she waQ one of the a.W..H. TOWNSEND '
Xou'YI.all read of Ban Tillman and I beret than any- other place hlch. be cUss to whom our LOrd're "

Its pitchfork. You DOW have an has. visited" Dr. Rivers could not saypositively when Be said, "Yehe, salted. the ,-"''IIW.L.i.,: : & :Carson) Grocery _'Co. .,
Ipportunlty of seeing him' with his a.' yet, where be would earth"' AND' W TCHNlA ." Waters ; (

lltchfork-in action. Hear him on the locate, but thought It probable ,he .B liter 0ger.t.reel was oottVrt-ited and. .
Race Question" at the Opera House would move. her about.the.middle of joined the M. E. ,Church,' vottta' when. 20 YEAR l -'.w....... :.4 ....(!D..Ur:.!. .

text: Tuesday evening. January-. .. .W\\ twenty, years of wg, and as a QOLO FIUUBO' OA.V. 15on dtttWELILQlN oJ

i FOR SALE-A. small show case. In-, kfturch-member her wwswtemplary, .. WACTHAM.,.is.' 'R b C, E.J; : IE'.S'
: Nichols .
ef Ma its .
ulre or Mrs. Helen Perdew. niV: n- a tt ,, .sa She was a regular attendant upon huweft.s here 8un* v to ,ifctfeVhe < public service within teN than three -
>?'t fall to bear Den .Tlllman 'oil"Race J)"' t\\% Dedication of the weCb'rb'ao weeks of her demise,. fetor. health, bad S '1 D
QuMtlobat the Opera I Church. Mr.,, 'Nlcho* baa, been falling for more than a year, but r' . I' '
uses ....ca..t. Nov.'14th. qkby' warm friend. held tyb6,.w..re. net 001l4i"Ionwas; not "considered I 1 COUNTY ACBNT9 !OBT .. "
,
b'k't\' Mon- sheet time I''before her " I IO' '
him _.'q.Jfl aerlou1M" a
4t9d to meet
the"Hfet9sundePihed: \ "D..rro eloa'ie 'nay for .Wlnoa l'eA4r'iek'r.Winter. death. .v She left a husband five children II II I HAY. I celebrated Fertilizers I 'C', >zsTES'' If.
fire '' Vr";
WbAblieyajt blab& n. slerer I ; w wO'BAhN'
.and ,
Iistinf. . Haven, where he MJrjJWMIUdgrowing. Iglreit ,"'two fcrWejors two . fc ,
"d ft'elb' li ,
\l8'av-lrJe doted "h and I W < t
.114! > > aOt'epteel r*rtlvee friends to mourn I i M-- .1 TO. ,
Mrs < H MM JJj v ,
lldin'g'olult.I I'roif M4Yeo, 0"'01'1 .''bpfyet' i aD Invitation Weld. a series of her dcparvwe. She was burled asShi.rto u ,\ Clreatan a" ."..._. ,_, ,,."
.tits alai fazlnlf'61ti mitt meetin .,. which M .will| Greek cemetery, near.KlsslmUmfetnd -' '' "'

A add baok..1, begin .bioetlbke Got of,Deo mberr-- ..-. never had a more loyal (, I hr.Wud- s-- .,AMwate.ri e ......._ . : o,
teavln "h'ift ow '
,1f ,out oMMren more devoted mother
a
. wife, '
the ah; - At *H. meeting' of the County ..ho tiled well her mission In life,' and '

from ''T elves te li rdikl's' of' the ConMat''twnerB last Monday Superlntendrn Cap. A. hwr',Master has,. said ta> herr"W"I "H'rD'"rn' S': :PUBS' S WO"Qouut ; fr .,

one Hopklo. satsc5i;Nlved at the F. Bell ores svppolnud tf aae, thou good. *bd faithful servant, .. .' ,
the .
and Bridges for County.Caht. *' ', '- .w. .L '1;
Lord. Oee4o.ti H ;
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FOR BATS-.I.ReletU4te Je-7 l -b arysine. : In this line of w0':1:114' I.gl.rbably .' .gain ,to 'uft,;Jet' her-loved?.nee; eo OAK': :. y."AHr..O: ..... : ::F re&iod. ;:. ,.p.O1t7Y i Vv ..

... bon.,' t'>kketo. r . the but msq the cberlsb. her memory,imitate har y trt .., ,PINK'. lilNB OPSPOTAQI.U' _,': ,;'''G:1 1 *' .. ;;..:;r iI'f.' "'*.. ;
I Ia o. 'aa. ....'JIbI4r basis 'aad' my eeltlin have selected for t.be pO.It.k'teem .. seers tier' God:.3'to> mess bet'.la her. :vvn. Jt.IIi".D" fmmm ''. ,." . ,' , -r
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was, lujtltls instance, lo! likely to 1'8 1P'i
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ri'da'State'
4IjATTER :. receive a.\' response. and It:'WAS Invariably News.

_ so agreeable to consult the J police!

; I' .ou, a personal matter. But ivben, after Bradley of Atlanta Is : A.. ..A A MXCX ,4tl > ftv A. jA. ,4*. >SBjA.. jA'A\.ah' H .- "_ I
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i, "more bantering and one or more sarcastic -'S .. .,' ., .. ,., W W Wi" W" W 1:1I' Wi" w Wi" w Wi" w: .,.
; /JLLIONS.k% remarks kite friend left bengked Strongly Defended..
himself] what other' advice be Mad ..Cpnlesslon on Gallows. "To Test Buekman 0th.S ..

) F ,.. r could hare expected and wonderedhe .. With a.wa.rplni& to all to avoid, evi\\ Quo wa:'ranto proceedings .tll" I

', bad not thought Of the police him- TRADUCERS companions, Isham Edwards, tho confessed instituted at. an early date in tl
self. For If, as he {noht .feared. the HIS HARD HIT- murOerer of County Superlri- supreme court of the :state to U

j Bl .b I t.ari.o 6reel '. young girl had been lured away by tendent N. W Eppes and Anna Paine, tho constitutionality)' of the Uuckmi
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1... Elo. false representation, where else could '
met '
a negro wamn, ... bin death ou the bilL
C.pNI.Ht. i......,. ....a",...."u,,'. ..... '. he look for"more effective help both In Rev J. W. Lee of St. Louis Church gallows at Tallahassoo, Attorney General Bills has wnttt
11 finding \ier'and In securing, for,her the
W , ( ..- p-nfi'ty her defenseless' and rieidieu4ositiofl S Delivers..Stinging Rebuke to -Old ,About ono- hundred and fifty )persona Judge A. 1. Henry of Lake City gl

t I r ,cilAirrun vu -'"ShallI, find her 'la her rooms? hall demanded. Yet be yeroltcd, a s' 5- Fogies In a Sermon on. 'I, were admitted ,within the jull! Iran .his permission -ia.Jnitltute qivarrauto

: V CO tlnue4. ' ,I no up,"''as I did yesterday 'S most sensitive natures would from" 'Evolution. : walls to witness!! the execution, andS proceedings'ln the name 'i(

i lone J U gone and,Annettt bns loclccd '''The Klrl stared,. looked helpless!, and carrying lift .name Into quarters associated S .____ .*- at least nve thousand Mien", women' the attorney "'general upbn, the "rel,

f the I door. I do not fear him; he-will! made, no response.. S $0" Intimately with crime| and S and children, of all :sexed and races,.-' tlon of such pEI'80nS.1Imay be nan

trouble us no lucre." "She;$ must! be deaf," he decided and might indeed< have abandoned the. Preaching.;; Sunday night on "Evolu' gathered"in, the; Immediate neighbor-j f-<\ against the members of the boat

I, Its Sb. looked,>o 'confident, and yet sodlscournged. was pushing by hep,'wlien she oaitiftt wlidle matter rather' than run the risk tion.-Rev. James W, Lee, pastor of ,hoodq, eager to get a:}look at the condcninoU ct control." Thin authority Is graau

? that'\ lie did not know him by the\slcevo', violently) shaking of doing' her further harm If he 1 had not St. John: Methodist JJ:!>lsCOI>lll'church.i man. I on the following .conditions: 'J'1)at.pr..

i what to say.. It seemed dreadful ''to her head. S remembered that an ,old friend of his' Before the surging mass of human'Ity cltdlnKI' shall be commenced withi
leave her thus 'and yet neither In look '""'hat"do'10U mean' ?", lie ngked. "Ushe'li by the name of rv.vrJ.hnd, by force of i in St.; Louis, Mo., who will succeoJRev. ''" ""made a lengthy confession, declaring ten days from date thereof; that ti1roccodins

1 nbr tone could be discover any Inducement t there? Shall I not' and her1' ('lr1ft1I1tab'IIInn4'l''lIJary to mention Dr. JI. S" Bradley at Trinity: the negroes, George Caldw' sdull be commenced
. to stay. AU the,1 tout-had The ,girl evidently dlij( not cojiipre- here, been drawn Into the service of church Atlanta Innocent i
gone,, ; und whom Dr; Drad- and Kelson Larkln. of the tho supreme"vcurt ct the ttate:
z out -of her face and sbe seemed only I bend hjm but went on shaking, her the police( and numbered among Its <
will at S'lo; church crime In which he had previously implicated aid
John florida
lep succeed .. prcVhocuted to
a
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.. a vjptrtSg! iiiiftge, 'eager for him to beIfoue. head, even nfler- he.; Irritated and mo"tI ('(nl detectives.To !. I : npeeddctcfnilnatloii
Ho hoalone'
that
alafmed his him did not defended : the (hem.. dcclSirVd : 1 ; that the state or Klo
.' beyond E'j1durlln'p.! tore he fear to po for lion- Pr. Bradley against ro.

He drew a deep breath a ad held out arm away_ and rushed tlp-statra Into 'eat.x and"" delicacy were 1>bth traits of: :cnt heresy ..Unclt.) declaring! .him .,aa was: rcjponslhlo for the, murder Ida fchall incur no rx'penBe on accouiof

p his hand. ""To-niorrow, thl'n"S said the hall a lH>ve. lIe was on the floor the man; and could not have left btm Superintendent Eppcsr! : court coKts, whether the Judgroeibo
he. '' 'j with the elgnorlna, and hounding to the In the new employment In which '.lie evolutlonUt un
She nodded Ilghed. and' something: first door be saw he Tljrorously rnp"d'".'! wan t Ih-n o c.ite'l.' f:('. with the first In his sermon. Dr. I.ee declared his rated on' the nlaht' of September' 4, i Httoruey' ;'iencral. may' at any tin:

like'a sob seemed to rise In her throat. and when lie RoFTio nnnvver from wltliIn. 1 opportunity that presented (tacit Mr. :I firm belief In tholstlc evolution as'op- 1004 while dilYlng I : lu. his buggy. Oil I cau.uuthe; wild. ptoceedlngs to. bo di'

_ "oh: 1:01! abe cried "go. iOr'! 'An(, "passed to the next 'door. and so on Jt'jraw''f'IIt- the police headquarters ;:i>06ed" Jiaterlullftlo( (' evolution and September ., Edwards: 'Lorliln nd.iCnldwell .., ml..st'd. .

she let her band touch his before she till he reached the oue by which he had ,, and asking, for Air. llyrd was: I wore nrresteJ.\ : Edward: at i Judge Henry has written In
entered the before. shown Into tin olllc-e. where lie was ie ',J presented (the (crcptlon of ,the world repi
pointed toward the door. day that time confe.iael that he WIU1 a I that the, proceeding will be Institute
"I will.be hero at tbleeke mur 'Here" he no longer henltnted' hut quested to wait till.that person should 1 -fl\olMUon. us the only U-nuble theory member of a ,"before day jlub" that lIl'1nlolIl1tcly. 'lI' -

i k t mured. And tearing bis gaze away turned the knoh The door opened" be at liberty.wn! for modern -religious thought The had |>:cked Mr. Ei1105:) l out ns its flist'* '- '

from her drooping face and figure, be without dlfljculty and. at the first This -! new occupation for thin opponents of ,evolution- the( pcoplt vlcltlm! in Ioi county.: This con I I' S "

;: dashed across the threshold and out glimpie.iie; ,got of)\ the space :within, 'man of hJpnb. and he hogan: to wish J.M'ljo! accept literally I the creation' story fesplon! caused* much excitement and Invitation to legislators.Members .

kjs: into the haiL 'As the door closed behind young Pcjtrnw" started bark In dismay. that he had remained at home with his ifinlslipd I! of the nible, ho relegated/: to the dark. to protect! th"!! prisoners they. weue: I, of tlie Florida Icglslaturnic I

him. her-.obs broke their bound..*. The floor was bare, the walls denuded. "llrcal1aJ1d Ills yet-to-be- I ages. D'r. l.(fe'delved deep Into scion- taken to Ltv(' Qlfk f er: enf" keeping.! requested. to assemble In Tamp;

ir : and be distinctly heard her moan. But tile room unfuniMiod.. Uttering a cry, po'1l1tNr"nC'nllty." But as the momelits |I title ,research'' quoted Huxleyr) HapclWl 1 later t they were transferred to JackRonvjlle. in extraordinary session on Noven.hrr ,
he dared not bnck.S -- he .S : BO -* and Sppacer' and 1 relieirscil: ln.1 I ills ". where t they "'pre' confined In 15. the .date .of the opening'tho 0
,1'ThIs last mystery !I. worse than tbe (n which .lie' had last seen Montelli! suiTOUndlns;1I? In spite' of himself, and I berted the atomic theory. the Uuval While b r.g : midwinter state fair.
Jull. ( :
k first;" so he commented as he'l''llched standing:. and which n* you remember by the time Byrd flnjuly made his appearance !"There who county the
are many people seem .taken from Tsllahisiee to Live O.\k At request of President Brow!
they: street (cofnmunlcated with tbe apartment! had alrendy captured
the upon
4 1.s Portuguese a
to think that when believes of the
a preacher fair assoclatlrn the R'ovE'rnolJ..r.IICJ
by Ishnm Ed.
S.7 demon, or.P' .He did not completeS l where he had held'bls wond4-'rCullnler. the leaves of the Hinall sketch book he private conveyance ;
; sentence for Ju..t then he caught!; view with the sljrnorlnn. It was stand- Invariably carried with him the outlines in evolution ho Is a. heretic wnrds confessed. tile mur S It all of two heads said Dr. Lee. "I am an evolutionist "' but art > reaching the Duval To tho Members of the l 1fRlslalurif '
sight), Gf the figure of a man going on Jnjsflpcn! and beyond was as one or to match the Eppen, < r I
5sf before him toward the avenue, and empty and bare as the "space In which voices which had floated to him from and my belief In evolution rs flimer county jail he' Implicated I"cultln'Imcl Florida: In accordance with th

S convinred Hint It was that of the he stood. tile adjoining rooms. today than It ever was. Evolution Caldwell. During the- uprliiK of lOrta above request of the .Florida mldwtntor .

,hated )Montelli her: quickened his pace "Is she gone! Have I lost her?" "Desruw, Is that you?" I the creation, worlds and a universe the three negroes "weie taken to THIfthnssfer ). "' fair association, I'have the liono,

ft In the hope of overtaking him and coming was his cry, asMie dashed from one There was surprise In the genial by gradual l processes Is far mora In and tried for,: the mu'rdf'1' of to cordially Invite each: member o

.Kd-some'sort of an explanation. end! of tbe room to the other, searchIntr tones; an artist,and a detective do not keeping with the better idea of God Mr. EI'1>f1B. Edwards: wan 'first tile I the! Florida legislature to, attend sat

;$ But as soon as his step rung faster, for traces of a, farewell he could often meet. S than any antiquated notions that some and convicted, then Caldwell" and Unr- fair on 1110* opening cia)-. No\'embc

S that of tbe man In front did the*same, not believe to be final 1, or of'an escape "So you hare not forgotten me?" people hold about tho way that God kin were tried';.and i also convicted '15, 1ft05, U convenient, and I will

J S. and though be hurried1 to the full ex- which her dangerous position with ; "Forgotton! and you the most' famous went about the building of this earth, and each Was sentenced to be hlln ed. Kieatly enjoy meeting with the let<<
Montelli had doubtless. "prom'tNt. But : of the rlsiuz: school of artists!
: ten_ which decency allowed be did "much like we (maxine a carpenter Larkin and Caldwell are still! conftnod Irlators on said nrcnulon. and I an,
.
S ,, /: not reach,the man nor"even catch (the he found nothing, and moved by a I Well no, I have not forgotten you; but I would, plucking the land from one' In the fltival.eounty Jail where sure I that all who" attend will tx
car which the other managed to boards thousand emotions he hastened back I certainly thought.and with but little !
)part of the universe and the water
S decision! limply for the nrid'trouble
they are anxiously awaiting a repaid time
S It rushed down the somewhat steep Into the ball and up another flight; of surprise I own, that yon had forgottenme. from another and the7trees from this <
deh'rmln:1"UI ." In their case by the pardoning board. e I"'lI o .incline which mark the. avenue at this stairs, ,: >ort discoveringsome and the animals from that and putting
point. one who) could explain this mystery Young Degraw blushed for In a certain D. nitOWAIin. Oov rnor.
them together.
r5 When he came to think of ,It. bow.S to him. sense he had done this.: Byrd saw looks God Woman Kills Husbsnd.

5 r 'ever,. he was not sorry that he bad It. but took' no offense. He'.knew his "The antl-evolutlonlst who works from on the '' At Pen..colaIr8: Frank Turner, :20! Col.! Robert "'.. Davis has return!
us carpenter,
a
: missed an encounter with a man, of CHAPTER VII. position. DOll did not expectmuch )cars cf. .Lge shot and instantly kill fmm'asl11! ton, to which city 'he
outside. The evolutionist sees tlod I In
sympathy out of his own circle. Smiling -
.who-e resources--.and Intentions lie GREAT DATAT POLICE HEADQCABTens. hastened e.err'atom and looks on Him as ed her liu band, because: he'had t kE"n.her wont us chairman of the commute
lie, to relieve the other's
;'could know so lUtle.. If the slgnorlna S Tens. embarrassment. working from the Inner side of things.If . to tank for attending a part/ a-K>lntod by tho Tampa ,board 61 I
;.was all he believed her, she would preserve previous trade to present the 01
success the nlsht against his wishes secretary
was but partial. The "You something belong lo-the
rA, herself In safety till the want from me. Affairs you are an will jou
'while If. Ibe. morrow, rooms above were occupied but only have gone amiss with you, or' thirteenth century. If jou are an evolutionist She and Turner were alone and were\ the treasury a refutation of the chargOH
by lodgers who knew of hoard, quarreling"". pistol shot "was" made by the United<< States.Tobacco
: forgot the bewitching ,face and touching notblAg more I you are in diairulty'of" some kind. jou belong to the ,mOllerlli i A
manner, the better. Till to-mor- the 'slguorlna'a departurethan that it -Well, I am your man. I have bod' xperlE'neo' era-..0ttho11ght8J1d have all splcnce i followed, by the husband sluggerlng : Journal ,,-Ith. regard! to tobacco

t row.' then,'be would be patient mean- had taken place early In the morning. latelyand It Is all at your back of you." through the rear door of his homo classifications from tho Tampa portCol.

'!while trusting! that all good-angels They bad, been told sbe was ill, and service." ..- In conclusion he said1 "Evolution end throwing himself on, a cot ,WhIcii : Davis says Secretary Shaw received

would guard,the rest of her whom In from her appearance had thought she Mr. Degrnwfelt relieved of a weight. makes It absolutely necessary to be:. had.-been placed In' the back y'rd'i!! the committee In-a most cordial .

'his Inmost heart he felt to be the one was dylni'r, but when the' time 'TkcrevVaslu. the detective's regard suchan lleve In an all controlling! will. I, find He died with the simple statement manner and assured Its members

f "r 'woman chosen by Providence to be the came as..they sup >OI E'd, for a funeral evidence of kindly Instincts anti that. Jt Isan absolute dollKht; to believe that 'lolf' wife shot me" that the treasury department knew 01

light and glory of his ,life.' ' behold a storage wagon drove up and straightforward purpose. lIe at once that, through all these o" ages, lAter. a coroner's' Jury returned a the charges but paid no attention to

JIll studio to their- surprise
S truck him for the first time In his and It necesary assistant. To him be that tbe .
there from the which was directed by God. So It bali her with manslaughter.. Mrs. Tur- custom house offlciols .
_ came a carriage liverystable
could reveal the whole truth and from
:remembrance, as cold and barren. ; Ib'O '
that things have got togo Ver' claimedthat did not intonate at 'Tampa are all right
In to"which not only the strange come, today .
,
Tilni receive just the aid which the circumstances ,
Though the of
sign Ideal Ufe "
: were
'about' Portuguese woman stepped but the demanded. up until man reaches, a state of *' shoot, and thought that the revolver : -.:...- ..J/I
him, and from of 'S SS
S "S the great room. hone-tmages every quarter of bee oty slgnorlna herself alive. and well" and Giving him a look fait of recognitionMr. perfection end becomesvthef' temple, : wa. unloaded."". Shewas, final :", ,One. of ji\ thn, best' enterprises! that
In'excellent health if not .." '" It, is,:a:'reasiurlnKj ly1 released from bond has' been. launched'
.5 and the creations of art. experienced seemingly Degraw-Immediately unburdened for the. SpIrIt otikd.\ JCl1stodYi;: r beIng I recently Is the

S 1 fa. sensation, ot'desolation/ and loneliness spirits.; They could not understand: it his heart. ;: '>S v\\?>,'i (onvl.. tlon'! ', (,tojyJkhowSthatthough | ,;{;| !furniahedjinhe- ; } !,sum", of l i UOOIJJw.he M. : :openln Jptjanew, ; ,;.steamboat line;...
that should JhaVe warned him and could get no explanation from anyone S "You soy I want something," he cried.' governments and empire... may joungiwoman, scs, ?who 1;*comes*''of' ;:rslOOr. tween;Lw burg' and Eustts, and 'It'p
'
Js. of the depth of the experience which as the house was'wlthont a land "1 ,do; I want to learn the fate of a fall and civilisation be burled beneath family, was unable to furnish the necessary predicted that U will become very

;S S 'lie,had undergone since be had passed lady and none of tbt other lodgers young girl-why do you start at that?" tor- a time, it all must result In advancement. bon'Y. but prominent men of IiopuUr and, a pa j'Ing investment L>

14 "nt of ,this .place four hours before. were any better Informed' than themselves. The detective who certainly bad Even this goat: "republic the city Interested themselves in her: E. Dozier,,f Leesburg tas purchased

t & .!'he picture ,of the fair beauty was'S started l'e<'OYE'rl'd"hl.nllelt' Instantly. of ours might go (lo''ntilt "out Of It case and furnished the amount necessary. a 'handsome 35-foot yacht, 11-foot

the sole object which seemed to posies Mr". Degraw suggested that perhaps "Did I start r he asked with an assumption vould rise a higher and better clvlllfcatlon. SIn iwam and horsepower gasoline engine.

; any Interest for him, and truck again the girl who attended ,the front door of carelessness. "Go ton, De and if our government does) The cabin Is inclosed entirely
D might h > tlhl@.to tell something, but graw. You wish to learn the fate of a
I by the oddity of the coincidence which of disregard
be
fail, It will because a the criminal court at JaC'k'oon."l1Ie. : with windows so that In stormy
S toad brought'him face to-lace with tbe they assured him to the contrary, explaining - young girl, you say-vf conflict! with-the! law or ,
of this law, a W. T'. Clemmons, a youngwhlleman. weather passengers will be made
?V ,woman who bad unconsciously that she was jiot only stone "Yes, assented tbe artist; "a young '
_ 1 nished him with -tbe basts for this- deaf but dumb, and that she only went girl whom I have seen but once but ev luUon. was sentenced to serve twenty comfortable., Mr. Dozier sa'sbe; Is

painting be:llf all the gas Jet.-In'tbe to the door when 'sent, by some one. who In that one Interview awakened Mitchell": Is Ousted by Methodist. years In the state-prison for attempt' In the business to.tayan4b "-say*

f room,and sat down to study this work It was, therefore evident, that he was In'me co lively an InterestUhat I,*can At a mnri'.ng: ol the board of trustees Ing to kill his sweetheart, Miss Carrie ; It with an emphasis that makes one

ef hla In.the light of his late encounter. but wasting time In lingering about never rest till I have gathered' some cf Boston, Mass university! Pro Most-ley, on the afternoon ot I feel sure that .the line will be, a suc
"t .' ".: the house. and once convinced of this' knowledge of-her pre ent' whereabouts. fosHor Hlnckley M. Mitchell. against August 9. last. Cleinniona went to cess. S S

& S he made<-hafrte'-to departS Her name may notice unknown to you. "whom chnrges of unsoundoeHH In the house where Miss Move ley was -
ii-t It S
was like her and It
rj beri The features the yet was tbe not color-like ,But when In the street a sense' of his It Is.Bellnll Valdl, or, rather" he cor- doctrine were sustained last week by stepping with friends: and after 'quarreling -" Hon. N. P. Dryan of Jacksonville
grace, helplessness came 'orcr him. An art rected himself.almost In the same way "* .
of removed with her because she had ben chairmandf the Florida Educational
-! Inl were all there, but the th/ board bishop, was
.humanity 1st, unaccustomed to the practical side In which' she had done, :"that 'Is tbe
; 'W'hJcb'made her countenance from the faculty ot the university out walking with another young wan, Board of {::Control has received a number
4 so en.
of life knew of the: which she II known at i
he nothing expedient naqie by pres-
gaging, was lacking from tWs dream with which he had been connected for I drew! a knife and stabbed her ffclr- of photographs of the designs accepted
I acquainted -
which would have suggested ent. Her realname am not
like ,face" S twenty years as prbfessor of hIebrqw teen times ft was at first thought: by the board for the buildings
tbemselves-to other men, and after a with. She began to tell tae a.ndlrot
"I;have"a fairy ,here" he muttered. few more fruitless Inquiries among as far as laying 'Jenn)' and there she and Old Testament exegeses;: :'" that theyoung lady would He, but S Iiroiiosed to be erected at Gainesville

; "but she is a' woman. Would It have the neighbors he turned bock to.the topped." .. - she has since recovered: from her for, the Floilda state university.. The

S ,been better If I had tt her such'in the studio, a>disappointed and disconsolate Mr. Byrd whose Interest seemed ,tohae Mississippi Growers to Meet. wounds. Before sentencing Clemmons photographs are from the plans of

9t painting No' ; or I should havehad .man. The! dorabl8-J'OUI1l-4Joger was fallen off with the first explanation President Walter Clark of the Mississippi Judge Shaylors denied a motion fora Edwards &; Walter of Columbia, S. d.,

-- S ao "Dream' to match my beautiful -gonet and with her had fled the first recovered his eagerness at the } Cotton Association. has called new trial.. The attorney)' for Clem- the firm selected as supervising architects

-t %. ,'BeaUty. ? And be tore from his portl real dceam of ,lore that bad ever disturbed last. convention of cotton growers of the rebus' will appeal. to the supreme for the bull:lings to be erected.
- l S a
folio tbe sketch which he bad made of the tenor of his court. The board has not contracted Wr
ev.en hitherto .lel ny.What. '
the Jennyle repented, state 'to meet in Jackson! No>ember,
and
slgnorlna, with heart throbbing
too fast a careless existence. S a pity you did not'hear the last name! 23 to devise ways and means for better any of the plant for building* submitted

for comfort placed- He was brooding upon his rtd venture And she has disappeared! Tell me the organization. Eastls now has 'a board of trade. by, the successful architects
__ : beside the painting be had' Just beenconten3plating'tna and. comforting himselfwith the whole. 'story; I am anxious to hear It." i S Keeently pursuant to a notice pro. but has reserved the right to make
lilt down again (bought that the slgnorlna had at'least his '
Whereupon Mr. DJ'Kraw'related changes at
study them and EXPOSITION. vlously given, nearly allor, the merchants any time.
PLANS
compare ATLANTA
.J ., 0 the exquisite contrast'between- gone away of her own free will, and late adventure, while Byrd listened of the town, met and affected -
without the companionship of Montelli eagerly, and when all was finished i a temporary organisation. At The annual reunion and business
ttbethl! And 0 the touching of his of Hold- a second
grace when friend in. Business Men Favor Project
a came It was DOa looked the serious of the two
more ;
?: ; knew,Jdoll, Could any one such 'a meeting the draft of a constitution meeting of the third Florida brigade
see In
welcome interruption, but before many ."1 wish she, had told you her whole Ipg Big Show 110. '
face and not love It? Hamilton was reported by a committee, U. -C. V., will bo held at Tampa on
,
minutes had he "
passed determined to
name he repeated. "What a remarkable 1 'An Industrial exposition of the
Degraw ,could vnot. Without"stntrc1e. make use of'It by submitting his case advcntnrel" 5- I south's resources for 1910 Is the .ver and after.being-read a few changes Friday, November 24, 1905. The- ,officlal -'

: ? without fear without any to this man of the world qnd learning ..":'But the slgnorlna I What" do you S diet and decision of a representativemeeting were made 'and then, adopted. The mil'_jirgeii.. hat the camps and

"';; .r:.. :doubt ot"the'wisdom- such'an aban- from him bow be could nope to renew suppose':has become et her?,": of Atlanta's business men board will, have quarterly meetings brigades should send the usual number -

> donlnent,: be lefhls: whole heart go in an acquaintance which bad been) broken That we must find out. Not that I but the teal work ;will be transacted : of delegates and as many of the
In the chamber
this? hour 0r .llen*. S held 'Monday afternoon
vefle,.&lid H was* .off. Inthis sudden ond unceremontous should consider It In our protlnce'to"doao by an executive committee consisting comrades as can attend. Governor
& otto; thi rich and,gracious "tialcbown. fqshlon. Qot. tbstjbe, meant to If-" ; of commerce hall to'discuss the of seven members' Ilroward and Adjutant General ,''Fos

; that U4fledbut to thS boor, "tie deso* tnt'btlQname.- ."oitglve: rot tbe par- ""J-If what ByrdT"JJnt proposition.'Thirl4'.thre4. I ter have kindly consented to allow

'bt4t and to the menaced singer,,with ticularsso dear to his heart for the detective did not answerbe out of the fifty prominent Tuesday ,November 21, has been the use' of Florida's historic battle
VJ S fcer>woeful\ past and perished; ambition. whether she'was the "fee Atlanta business men who
persecuted being loOlr.1nc'at.
Degraw thoughtfully -
very named by the executive committee nags on this occasion, thus t1ylnshllndreds.
.
S At ttu-M/ o'clock ithelnext day' he : In the and i were requested to be present and lend .
bethought her. otys) subject: .
k ,
IJ ,
of the
j toed before ierAonse/He'had. S -4S Tampa fair association as Jack. even thousands,. an oppor"tunity
again* tothe dominion 'the.'trsitorons Por- J'tYod seem to be more Interested-, : their views to this discussion voted .
w sonville day and the to see these sacred mementoes
,, day will be
",1O0ked.IDL.LCflte11LJ1jth5Jnognjng' ; i guess, and ,the abominable Montelli. or sid be, "In this young 'gh) .than men uiianlntotily that Atlanta should give
- fr ; r ...' llle-.lla4-'e.-eIJ""TIPeI7',: > expected- heterhewau-a-stinpl*'and.capri. usually are after a",singI. 1sprview''i1ngle..interyiewg'srnot the exposition In: 1910, or earlier. mad: one of the most memorable;ot of Florida's, heroism devotion

S, "Po/tngnese.' his quit hid beea/un{ clona-Fhlld.. only anxious_f or,_chance often of the entire fair period. t and sacrifice. S;
.
.ll.iorb
:wq.: tkeitfj) *.jflh jfslnt pprebenlotis feelings, he felt \ba| sbe was equally "Be$ld.... therv/raa something about > The most Interesting event that 'has ,James ,Osteen. who, was wanted by

'LI '!. of possible evil thai b+"r hgJ the" 'sacred to 1i(1QI fctod-bbt td be discussed her so touching ,that" It '''wenldvhave Passed-, United ,taken, place, In Fort McCoy In sometime i the authorities,In' eoanectt9nwlU1\ the'

S Y |>eQ and.:.wslfeS W< tll..aaawu.'WbJd&, exceptwJtlLcnftwh5: knew,her end esteemed taken a bixfiey heart than'mine'to re- Missouri. Case Upon by '"..,the sale of'the, iextertur' ; killing of the Carter brothers at Mont'
II
-g .wasi longer/in coming to-day than.lt hT as much as he did himself. MsC so mno34&nocenct, and bean**." ,; Stites, Supreme Court,. S frentlne farm a week ago by Hodges trio recently, voluntarily ''went ,to Wt.'

:, .:w. 78f4! ....! _.. ? ;Jtwa., t,> refore: ,,wlth.:most aggravating i **{ can bejp&re lt/asented thE ether. -J The.'supreme> court of the United ''Cnase'tt? Ii.: I* )Megg "'No-. one Augustine and':surrendered, ,' to" the

1 5 At last, -jfter two or- three -smart" .. vagueness that he,'spoke; a Jfhrn.-wltitjt vert \fectoita> pr/ nexcUlmedWBarkey ttein'Konday:affirmed 'the decision outsideJseema 'to I Know what th4t ex sheriff;. Heu. arraigned'! ,, before
'
rJ4r..--r a Zsaw I.t I. V 14flknzibtcbiddeepId: ft.--. : ";,,," jJS>ay., ,oftlie', supreme court of'the' state ,act' price :wa.. 'Some sat' 140,000,, udge Maclcey' Immediately for a
tilt D. Inane-looilng girl 4>e fore. tale caused the friend he bad chosen '
} .and JarV hair "of.
d? Missouri In the case Cantwell
; .some f 50ObO'aad others hearipgf The ptpided nott
,. I6GOD0Mr, prIsoner ,
-e r r bb4ek$4byM. uz. untpr 1ahq8If9J11t.AI.L1U j to nsclt teta'k4'onii ( ;,
i atfipre. to ,
bantering
-%nd'others vs. Missouri- The, case In. wUl'vooa'have .his"f6rcei auftty.pt. jremanded't *u
SiEe.curt
'ilfeggs ortcL&lxe4 was <> J
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5; --S -:- kleIlnes.4 there. for hfm...., iili. was i s.nstfrf<""'1)etaW-1ut-1Ie-dJct"not 4totleetba ,a tolvedth.va1ialty3'otth.Mluourt. ; : : '
the
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:" \ v on wails .ttra I".. ?,,,."" ./! t pressed: hlsaaelf\ .. duly gratified .when .r-Wisehl rQ, "' )Kt" f igth ot!- .day's: work. .In,mines.. 'Old.J:toriinHi... . !>ffnian.:' : .r< circuit- court. -i 'j

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Free Government Set Up I In ...

A SURE CDRBCURED >rg>a t itVs" for, the Capital and .elllnll-1, .
.too rVWi: :! : : .; ,
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by Troop Sent-from the
: Ucx.STUI' otlfts .on colrrilACT. "* y I. I' To the Pacific Coast .California, Oregon Washington-
p auks scAiS 'Tt >tn UtiT;. ( Russian Empire,. ,
s :
._ round-trip long transit .:and \return .limit* .liberal stopover: *

I AN and ANTISEPTIC ddrotrt Paiw"PCNETItATEB that stops IrritsUon lubdu. II ft mmaUon The London Times, tir: Saturday's: I Iluue. privileges.. . .. .t. M' .

.. published the following k The rate is practically on the basis of one fare for the round

'I mot. a trll dreulatloa the of Poros the .flood 1001lnl giving the Fibroul the Muecba TI..uI"natural II"'", t.. patch from i,.... Petersburg. dated trip. Of course,4 if you wuh to visit both California and Oregonor

elaIUc1tf. v mber 3: ', dl.1 Washington the cost is slightly more.

"Finland. baa won her freedom.
These reduced: rates are in effect on certain dates months

manifesto embodying air'tne . of May to October,in J siYe. They apply from all Eastern points

,,OF PARALYSISW.s. presented Helilnfors by to toe Prince popular Joun delegates Ouolensky at, 'via Chicago, St. Louis or: Memphis gateways.. 'The Rock Island,

', System will take tossupht either icagoorSLLouitoraf hundreds\\, '
Bailey;P. O. True, 'Texas: writes: "toy the governor aeneral, w111 bo submitted
wife had been suffering fire year* with paralysl ia < Secretary of State L.uider tor of other Middle West points and carry you to the Coast in through 6'

r. .Ber arm, when I was persuaded to UM Ballard'.8now the Imperial signature :"at P'etorllott'Saturda '''s' Standard or Tourist Sleepers with unexcelled Dining Car service.
Liniment which effected a complete care t; )"' night.: The Seystone of tnonew" "
have also used it for old sores, frost bite and akin . '' p.rrj} ; The Rock Island also affords a choice: of routes s on the 5ee.Dic"route

eruptions., It doe the work. ponslbllity Finnish not constitution or.he monarch is the re.as tp C, you, can stop off in Colorado-see Salt..' Lake at-visit rf a

BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH ONCE TRIED ALWAYS' USED \ Yellowstone.National Park the"Southern" route
REFUSE aLL SUBSTITUTES hitherto but of the Secretary or state V ; on : you can go

THREE SIZES: aSc.. S0c and $1.OO and the diet. The presence of Kuv f'1' via El Paso, thru New Mexico then'"up coast"' to San Francisco. :" '. .
Ian warship off Helsinfora la Seattle if desired. ..* .
and to Portland
I ,, on .or ,
BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT Co In-'I ,
tended to -dignify that although 13 i
ST. LOUIS. U. a. A. emperor grants( constitutional freedom ; ,- bs In short, these Pacific Coast excursions fer'an unusually good

be Intends to prevent', tile severanceof I j. chance to see. our. western.country in a comprehensive manner. '_
K4 '
** B1B1BOLD .!tie grand duchy ..from the empire
k kH ? i -. a If desire to only far Colorado there are excursion
AND, RECOMMENDED, BY ," ,. r 1 i s you go as as .
r A St Petersburg special 'says: Tne j ;. ,, rates in effect to\"that. section: aDd.return'. ; all summer' long, 'pN

For Sale at ROB ;RSON'S DRUG STORE.. .. text of'the 'imperial manifesto pant i1-: specially reduced. June 30 to,, July .4, August 12. and '13,

.----- -, 1ngmnesty, to prisoners, signed* by and August 30( to September 4. Extension trips to Ogden

Emperor Nicholas, declares that by ' or Salt Lake and return at low cost also. .;
KISSIMMEESTEAMER ( virtue 'of the intention expressed in

the manifesto of October 30, to ass' I \ From September 15 to 'October 31, 1905,'' one-way ,

cord the population Inviolable prin- ; tourist or'**colonist" tickets will.be on sale to'California'and

EIVEE: Eot1TE. is ciples granted of -civil to political liberty, criminals free pardon of I w' the Pacific Northwest-about half regular fare:. d'

various categories, who are enumer- '!E Interested scad name and addra** em this coupon designating.
ated and also to participate in strikes which booklet wanted.and to what point you plan logo! Mate probablei

LILIJE. STEAMER KO3EADA.Jr. and those responsible for. breaking ,, 'date of..start aba,so wecanedvfae definitely with respect to rates,.eta.Address .!
Captain Clay Johnson, Sr. Captain Clay Johnson. contracts I

Regular meekly trips to Basstnger sid return.. Roseaia leaves,K1I.hn.- The pardon extends to those now'
aee Tuesday morning, and 'arrlves ..lmm1ft'l"rldat! evening.1: "- in prison and t6 'those not yet tried: ''a y
Special Charter Trips to Lake. Okee<)\obee and Fort My ere on the Ullle. or ,.on whom sentence has rot been \ s-I Colorado'LwklN.ear.Mr ;

Comfortable accommodation for paxsengers. Hates reasonable. pronounced. Persons convicted ofcrimes ". r
The most picturesque Waterway In Florida' '
committed over-ten years ago
For and Rates apply to .
.Freight
Passenger ..,
are to be released and will be sent
CLAY JOHNSON SR. Proprietor ,,
On board "LJllle," Klsstmmee. .Fla. to Siberian colonies. Those'who are .... JOHN SEBASTIAN. ._ l Aso i '
now colonists there will be allowed, noun
--.- after four years, to choose their placeof Pa" h. 1:....,.Mer., Rock bland. dd System .t.a.t.ae. ; _.' j fiRED
residence but are prohibited from CHICAGO: 'f

living In the capitals, tit. Petersburgand .
NORTH KlSSIMMEE. PHONE NO. .. ... ... .
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Moscow; for three years. Convicts -- -
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hot .falling under these categories SPIDER COTTON ENEMY. *

C. W. GRIFFIN have and persona their sentences condemned reduced; .to imprison one half,. .Department Report--! on Ravage of :'f' : T

,
ment for life have their sentences re- Pestl.fe.cpus'Rurt: MIte. ,. City Bakery
duced to, fifteen years imprisonment. The department of agriculture at

Tie pardon extends .to ali prisoners Washington In a: report; just issued I

Fancy Family Groceries( ( who benefited previous' manifestos.Persons . says the* red spider or rust mite has J FRESH BREAD, I PIES'I, ,
r arrested.\ by Imperial or administration 'l been quite prevalent In some lec '--
order are released. ""Those dons of the cotton growing area of H'v. AND CAKE : : (. /,
< condemned to death or ..lIableuieretci this 'county during the 'past two ..

FRESH HEATS. :; have the penalty commuted to nf- y urs. The spider is minute yellow. Raisins,,.Currants,,,Citron, p
vDelivery teen years' .Imprisonment,, at bard Jab 'l'e:1'wite 'WhIch feeds on thcj cot ; Olives, Sweet Pickles, ... .__f.,
hour labor. ton plant, principally on the_, tinder "*" ''f
every day at any ; patronage.solicited.I ,Sour Pickles J ,, Pickles. ,
.- J The amnesty decrees includes political sides of the leaves,.but at times at ,; 1

.' -" ... offenses committed up to .October tacking all parts of the' plant. The /; -, JVUNOH: :. GOOJDHS.,' ,,' ::}.. .
I :. ,i SO. ;t ..report'.says' the pest,'-,,1s probably I', 31strlbul'ed :; '? .i"., :' ->4 ."" ', ,'" ,', '. .' .

Whisky Both 'Peculiar and' 'Plentiful that" According have come to "gut the.Jatelt of Russia dispatches,' Count: growing'throughout area' 'of 'the the! south entire-,although cotton'\ ; : t",".;.; ;; ,. ,'Candy,: Figs, :,.Daiek' \: t :% ; .,of' 2Fresh

Witte 111 making bis force felt "His during the years past It has appeared Pe Peanuts
l Walnuts > ans
.---- .-.- numbers only in 1903 ; ,
''It hand Is on the helm and. disorders in injurious' .
Many Kinds of Tier?Liquid That Knowing whisky,' the kind that are beginning to cease." when it caused ''considerabledamage i AGENT WHITE STAR, LAUNDRY. :
Tltilla... Mane Interior R. well;* the absorber thereof,until thfo.. .* Dispatches are brief from the riot to cotton In Eouth' Carolina and t. .. .
.wise, guy Solomon. .is{ ,on the bump N N
glon.TheOld Sporting Drink Roaring whisky the kind that suddenly centers. An Odessa dispatch' says: Georgia.: ? .
:Tfcat Killed father "It Is believed that the worst is '
feUojr in town : ASSASSINATED.i .
sets the quietest FARMER
-The following Is a partial Hat of the over. Owing to the mobs' beingsat J' .
to vociferating and swinging his arm .
l varieties of .whisky. now In stock In isfied with two days' carnival ot
Tontlmfone: In unoffending apaee. -murder and destruction by 'name, I Through Revenue Negro Fired Bullet
Common whisky the kind that It 111- Fighting whisky the kind ,that suddenly i Through White Man's Back. Gra : ,
;
the revolt against law, and order Isdying WhiskOY
Its victim with every afarmerwis..asaaeelnated High 1f 7r
ed father at.th -tender-age.of.ninety- overcomes down partially; 'perhaps; be- -Max- -Wilson--
three, conceivable species of palho.andmake. while Jn his, fleld!.. near Fnmk-
c use of lack of material upon which
S1brtlng! whisky, the kind that of him a pitiful spectacle. \ tin, Ga.. Friday' morning by a negro, dl+
makea UU| rich apd the playergo Bad whisky, exceedingly scarce the to prey. named Dick Hai'dy. .
came:: = = = = = "
in several towns the entire Jewish _; = = : : ",1.= = .
sullen = = "
kind'that ,
makes man quiet "
a when
the limit.DUtlnell1 1 Wilson 'was sitting on a rtura.p .. _
whisky, the kind that and dangerous. -. quarter has been devastated and 1.|'the negro shot him in the back, kill
--flakes a fellow wfeiff TTever bad any" Loving whisky'the sort that causes the Inhabitants killed or wounded. {, Ing him Instantly The- bullet passed '
THE.
business In his life hold you .up at him,(o draw near, put his arm: around' In Odessa soldiers are making a entirely*;through Wilson's body. : : 'CA.FE.: : ,
neck and emit a breath in your house-to-house visitation seeking for ,
every corner and submit a $1,00.0,000scheme. your I' Three children who were p.lcklng''rott .. .
face that would drive a turkey butcard bombs and arms. They''are also !1 saw the negro'assassinate. Wilson. ..:u,N'JAR'PASSENGER.!: . DEPOT. KISSIMMEE: HOTEL ,
Mysterious\ whisky, the kind that away' from a dead coyote. searching passengers on the street .
GRAVES
varfetlei ajicl gAve' the alarm. AND. THE. HOUSE.: 1rr
causes your neighbor; to lead you away There are several other cars. .. .
murder prompted by re
honed'Wbllk The was .
I
around behind the Dragoon mountains In) Tombstone, conspicuously Almost- the entire Jewish quarters '. .
to venge. Three months ago Mr. Wlsoqkilled ] Vii:E.:, ARDEN Proprietor.!
with an ale of profound secrecy, then )', which causes a, man pay of Moldanvah, Slobodha and Hugalovka Hardy's brother IQ self-defensa. ( II
Us Influence, )
Confide pomethlng to you that was allover his debts when under are devastated and their Inhabitant -
the..town the day. b"Core. then kick himself about it when he have either been killed or It Is Bald that Hardy has, .repeatedly
then the brand: ..causes' said that ho Intended! .to. kill "Wilson.
sober
I Socialwhisky, the ,kind Mhat causes gets to everybody wounded or have sought refuge in ." - "' ; I NOW HAVE.,.:THE":LARGEST STOCK. OP VVINE8,:WHIfr<
a agreeable
for ten.years him to-do-the
man who has known
I you other sections of the town. Tee KIES AND' BEERS EVER HANLED IN KI88IMMEE.: ALL,
home THING. .
, and has lever .spoke to you to he meets on the streets, thengo TRIP iOAS A GOOD ,
of the'mobs was directed GRADES AT PRICES TO ''SUIT THE TIMES.
I his wife-itntll the'nelgbbora whole.fury, : .
single you out and make a confidant and lick -, '''.
(, of you. Intertere.-=TombJtone! ;' Prospector. unchecked against the Jews. New York Chamber of Commerce : : = : : := = = = .
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r rCRIME - ..-. Compliment Roosevelt;

CHARGED' TO FIVE. The importance of President ,iJug Trade. 'Spe ia.'Jty. ,
... ... rI
it J England'j Roosevelt's recent trip to the south ... t .
Cnr:: Fighting! Once Famed 'I in Quintet::: of Negroes' Held for Murderof was commented on) by.,Morrli K, Je! -

F It; .-. It Farmer Wllaon'i i tip president of the New York chamber -
' ,.AnClenr Ilietory of Fighting Poultry arch had a cockpit bull In Whitehall. Five negroes are now.jinder. arrest .' of.comm4rceat a'recent meeting ****'************. *......*eft. aEAG'L'E ...., ...**.......***.......
himself might Indulge in at Franklin, Ga., In 1o! nootlon'wUn said that this trip '
Known a> Dorking-Caeear: so that he ..elf> that body, He "
r:t. Find. One Breed ot Poultry the pastime. But no edicts could put the killing of Max .Wilson; the white bad done more to,cement the kindly I SALOON
A Royal Sport. an end to cock fighting and It flourished ' man who waa'done to death hi'hia !relations''Iwtwew. ,!the". aorth'ant! .south : ,
That poultry under the Stuarts, though Crom- field a few days aeo. than anything else that has Happened

i known as breed Dorking of has fighting an ancient hiss well prohibited'record ,of It.the There.sport in I* the an Interesting reign Wilson Doo Hardy was placed the, In alleged)all. slayer of. since 'the close asked"of the the'war Chamber .to .,. '

;( tcry.England The and Romans taught introduced the Britons it into to of Charles II. Cosmo grand duke vlrit of Four. other. negroes; George Houston send Mr.resolutions Jesjp commendation to I"I'-R.MU'CC'. ; {
While England a
paying
Tuscany. UM and
his two sons.
breed and his It for. the table. But breed Caesar of went In state, to the theater appropriated Charles and, and Pleas Almand. are' said ap-pointed ; : I 't"'
It
legions found one ALES WINESa :
j
common NpJES
;. poultry already .doml 1 ed In. -that amusement'to ofnhe cock: 'Engllsh.fighting\ a,, -evem ,to.havebacked Hardy :the'-commit-. .. ;
,Country. even earlier'vis. merit of the crime and they have 'ZIRADL.S'
imported by In the public street, take delight president : : OF VARIOUS '
Uou, the Phoenicians These fowls coneldemablebets been 'taken in custody by the e>tllcers. W'h'sk.es
and
AND
battlc, PRiCESr.
In' seeing such '
word kept for pleasure and diversion are made on them." ACTOR; JEFFERSON'S ESTATE.: , ,, 1P ,_. jtii,.
FOR
tr .-"-that! ii. for cock .fighting-and the WILSON ASKS, '
.breed was already many centuries old Cock fighting In England reached its 'Bonds'' Iii CIQARS: .AND. TOBACCO: :, 1.
for1 the
when the Roman The PhoerMsiane zenith early in .fife last, century. At "investl-- $1(7,513 .Desalted; by,.. I
came. Methods -
: '
Wants Crop Executors New I Iberia, La. ,
distinguished-TUItorwere '
l and the knew, all about that time, :
r!% .the game fowl; fhey Greeks drew their knowl- treated by each corporation to cock ,, gated by" Outsiders., : . The executors 'for- the estate ofthe Arih&userBuschi 13eer:
.Wge let the,*port.from the Persians." fight' Instead of;;;areworb.and DuatO'. Secretary Wilson of department late 'Joseph:Jefferson'the: ctorv. ; '
*>tle in India-nearly'3.000 years ago. by the local band.' '.Tery'.portbaC'llo- : of agriculture .has suggested to)' the have depo Ctflll bomds'forj1tf,613atNewJbqrfa'IA. ; t j4 '
the fljhtlng cock; fought. and fiour- bleman had his own .traln',otgaaie; prest4 Bt-4bC? the;committee" 'department' ' ; .. :Th.dalefa. :]knownas . 'ON DRAUGHT AND: BOTTLECC' tl \tf.!
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lobed fowl The number that, were killed methods while looking:Into Jefferson's> istaod. toe former Bone ,
as n does to this day. iclE11IMEg'' I.t
Cock'!lighting.'wa. al royal; sport.In in the''ring'were Immense. -W a ln- the office methods of department' ; of the' actor. Th.-pr pert,. ,Is said tot ;CAN ONLT"nm. rOTJKJJ IN ON-BROADWAY'v" : .
: . '011.\tOWn I 1.000.co. lta > 'of much''valve-In mineral .STREBTT.. AT TBBJ. ,L BRICK; BAR. BUILDING. ,, ,, ?' ?? :..fr '
I Ioct&lId">though'now'and agaia edict ..erae.aaon.'t' give ,,special consideration to }he >, way. Wfwvremt..*'* AJK-. .C24 <. >< |f} ,:t1 ;,".
aC&l lt U were promulgated. King perished. In the Easter, week.of imla method of issuing'.the: crop, reports, -alt being discovered. there. aom.+time "'-'-'''-w.: ....i:... . SCfc"*_ w J. "A" Wi I fj: :. .!:: '
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'''1*...*.Mid me wlmotit' oo.l you. IcudeCu ,, ; : >r. B. C. Abernathy,.Prt1d nt, DramtlitW. .
this II llMUllp. Tft r and Tr ur with
( ( foAu.kl.l..t ...,.. IK.HI-J. In the, Mutunl, LI"I.Dd" you i. !> Kllllh, Ur. M J IfI..k..l Director
I A.e clptloa". of Ui-oriU: Jtroi-i Murphy. Dlatllut Manager.,
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; For a'Pullcyln ORLANDO DIVISION OF\ THE MUTUAL

LIFE!< ASSOCIATION of Georgia. Average COM to '

What I '()II'" Or Georgia's" Greatest' Men Has to l1ure't.ha.Policy Holders-', six:'millions last year of, 815.411 dollars on atamith.a tl.OOO policy.Only one Now writlnll'I( I cUCO of u I I'ollcy Bolder In tIle Clarke t i

Say About tho, Mutual Life of Georgia. members allowed 'In one division and policy limited to $1.OO.> .
Open to men1'' and women. Initiation\! fee payable when. application County; ))1'.1 SOli. }
Athens Ga. March 27 1005.Mr.
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J. A. Darwin Secretary and Treasurer, Athens, Ga., At ages from 16 to 30 Class A. *- M 00 Tills division was organized four years egos: ; In the whole of I
Dear Sir:-After making careful study of the plan of "The . . ... 400
At ayes: from 30 to 40 Class 13. that time there only been fifteen deaths lln that division i
Mutual Life Industrial Association of Georgia," I',bave taken : At ages from 40 to firt I Class! O ...'. o 00 Is full havei uf a thousand members, average. ,oi !
out a.policy In it and consider..it the most complete 'solution! of At ages from COn\ (to) Class.D . . : .. . '. .-. 6 00 3 which 3-4 deaths a nonThei i '''' are fact'. t
life Insur&ncei have ever seep.! \ These amounts are paid only Dne.tlme. One year from" the date, l-et us see! what-has been' the actual coat of a thousand dollars.. ,
I have insurance in old-line and assessment comfssntes and I 'of the policy and annually thereafter ,' .
of the Clarke dlvUlon who has !
of-a member county
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..hate decided that "'The Mutual Life" la as safe anti at the same The .'. 75
r+ : annual dues are flans; AT: been In It for the last. four; years, and who was; between, the ages I
,; time lower in cost tban any, of them. Yours very: truly The annual dues are Class'" K..'. I 00 of and CleacC. Ills Initiation fee was.$5.00 15 deathaRsessments
forty fifty
'.. truly.HOVJLLCOIU. : The annual dues are Class C. . 1 :25 1rHH>ah 17.25. There has been three annual dues f
through Mr. L. A\ House &.er'tary'and'Treaurer The annual dues Clare D.I .. 1-50
'< are .1 1.25 each, total 22.25 for four years Insurance. or an average \
,.:slooo from The Mutual Life of Georgia," Hume Office; Athens, Whenever a death occurs in a division! each member Is call ofI5.8:1: 'carry a thousand dollars Insurance for a year, between
r H Ga., ..' bene clary under Policy No. 4313 In the Windsor Divlplon. ed upon to pay a death premium of".1.& According to the sworn the age IIf" forty and fifty. A member who Is under that "
This had only I cost my husband 'I l> 90 for near) Jwoyeare. Bratncntof I the Ompany: made to the Comptroller General I age has paid a similar amount.-- Jn J an old line - y The monet! wastpaid me 24 hours after his death.- beg: all.women . January let, UX(>.">, the .&\'t'rsje, cost to the policy holders of at the same age, would have coat tliese, members 48.48 ;
to Georgia to Insiston their husbands to take a policy 11\ Georgia" laRt year to carry a H.OOO.polley wan&j: 49.! IHT annum. I. thereany .en.e )n paying $48.48 for the same ;
the' Athena company MltS. EMMA J. 8AKEII. Paid beneficiaries dui Ing- the' year U*>4, *((14KM( ) $:(!,4.'>fl,000 thlog that you get! for 5.83 and just as good and just as ,safe?
4, Monroe, Ga.. August 14,-1003. of biiBitieBS written In Sept. IHOo. Mortuary rate last year 3 1 10 .
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It gives protection at actual cost.Local men manage it and prevent any possibility of fraud. It is insurance at actual cost and money kept at home. Its source and origin, purpose

and end, is Mutual and Co-operitiveIiejp-one: : thousand persons banded together to insure each other ctt( cost. Our charter does not provide for contribution to campaign funds or

"fi champagne suppers. This, division includes Orange .Lake, Volusia and Osceola counties Death rates in these counties for past thirty years has been a fraction_ below four thousand

per'annum, between, the ages of'16 andv6p.; You owe it to ;)'oursdfand, to society that your: dependents be placed beyond reach of,want in case of your death. ;1 1Jo.


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The Pleasures and Inconveniencesr I than :2IKK)() steamers Dying the British which are Insignificant in value and ,
Hag clear from this Port Modern are. used only by the Tourist for Hackhliefnh I I
I Alexandria .does not offer many I which means H tip. and you I I r b'
j; of a Trip to the Mediteraneari.'t attractions. for the Tourist. The ctntreo rc..t.o thoroughly dlsgimted: hearing I I MAYNARD LUMBER .1
___ : : ( foreign life and ucllvlr/ Is Place the word Bagkiiheesh that It really I'j jmars'
Mehemet-Ati, a. handaomir square surrounded the pleasure of your trip. Your j
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.,1,,'I 1, " -' BY EDWIN .S. BENDER.' ". > which have twin constructed For Cigars Tobacco and; Firearms.One gSa, w and Planing Mill!
_" __'. '__. .. .. vioce the' bombardment .of -1882 The! U ftivfeldden totakeout of the
--As I auggested In my last letter that was Uj.progress -betweetf.theIFeeka! dames of the sheets and public ,places country any antiquities .except under
P/ we -would sail) on our Journey to and 'Turks, and I believe it Is till strange to say are French, while special permission. ptS Now In operation. Complete House Bill Furnished' ,
KgjptA We are about to do .0. In being' continued. Our, 4th day I is very BrltUh political Influence prtnloEolnates. Yuur baggage t is perfunctorily exam; r m Yellow and Pitch' Pine Timber and .Lumber of all Kind. r.
the ship Hhrodtred harbor of Naples rough( and the chip U I hurl lug every The Monltary system of Kgypt: Ined coming and going out. Perhaps.
lies anchored a big ung'alnly looking thing about\ in a lively inanner' Aud since 1885 Is on a single gold standardwith a few words as to the history of thin ORDERS: : PJLLED: FI: ; OMPTL'Y.MAYNARD .
ship the 'Singapore" of the Italian .11'1 have learoe.. that are is 30 years subsidiary, silver,' nickel and ancient city would be Interesting.\ It dt
; Line.' I We .wend our way. aloi.g the o.d, having for 20 years been in the copper coins The unit being the was founded by Alexander the GreatIn .. LUMBER Co.HaSiiStood :!
docks to the company's wharf where India service. I dont feel just as jptlaa Pound .is valued at If, Os. 332 U. C, and Is undoubtedly the "
wears besieged by Dagoes galore who contented as I should pa'rheps, were Ion liD, Epgllvh money. Fretirh and most endurtng-moauAientof! hU ,Ictor. t1 ::1 ;'I a : :J 3.t1.t
grab our baggage ruhus Into a small I I a vessel of more tender'atre. However English! money is 'mostlyused bjrttve tunsEgyptian Campaign. It Is the B
> boat, and In a'few moments,, we- are the day Is passed, 'mo-tlly, la the Tourist for convenience, aa one leapt land'' of the, Pharaohs. It was here! ,-,
alongside the great'ship.U at /Is going Arms of Met l pbf'u", and the'next to -get quit mixed up t.r1lnglo that between the years 323 to 222 B. V. .. '
i to take us to.the historical city of morning at ,8 o'clock finds us la the handle the Egyptian money. A that the old Testament was translated _. ,' ol . _
," ''"''Alexandria. Egypt*- We are scheduled harbor of Alexandria Egypt, An There are in the city of Alexandria i Into- Greek from the Hebrew, receiving '- The Test 25 Yeil9
a* to sail 'at 2 PM", but owing to the Oriental Country pure and simple.. a. few- of the' Ancient remains still to 'the name of Hf'Ptualnt..from the
,\.<.,' great,amount of Freight till. to be The approach ttf Alexandria Is'not he seen, chief among them is Pompey's fact, that seventy pious scholarscalled \ ,\ ,,' l;
u T3'taken: aboard door get r. .'ay until Impressive. A low coast marked by Plllar'this column can be seen from the ('Seyent," were engaged- in-. the : :
k 0 Pi M. Everything Is bustle We are an occasional high t.ower.and. the the: harbor as .the' 'ship eatery It U work. LGrove s,1
.'.sbowa our stateroom which' U satisfactory minarets of, the numerous mosques I just outside of the city and near the This city was considered to be the
....'The next thing to be done U Standing out against the tender blue Arab Cemetery (which Is a curios greatest commercial port of the world
to goon deck,look over the" passenger Egyptian sky It is 9.30 before we put I place). It Is built of lied granite from and the''chief seat ol Greek Learning
e ''to get an 'idea, who our travelling foot upon the soII-of Egypt. I, up .the Nile, 104 feet ,hlgh, with a until alter the Christian Era. The ToniNo. !
,' companion are going to be. for the We were at once accosted by. ...n'' beautiful Corinthian 'Capital. The quarrel of the Ptolemies over the. Tasteless Chill
l next, five da,..' boxed Arab who spoke english fairly well, Capital however was never finishedand royal succession invited the Interfere
About 10 passengers! are for and presented his card 'on which war it Is not likely to be. This Pillar ence of the Romans and after the
vjfV' the pasaege.' A German and his 'wife his name "All lien Martnout" I stood in the midst of the Serapiutn, or historic drama In which Pompey wan -Cur& No-Pay. 50 cents*
V 'were 'oo the ship who had made, the presume-theywere nearly out of names Temple dedicated to the worship oferapta. murdered IVluslutn and Cleopatra $
:, (trip from thei Madeira blanda\to when lie drew his- be proved bow- .: I believe it Is said that Caesar and Mark: Antony figured as
ki Naplss,with u.,of course I was. pleased ."el' to be a very interesting chap, and Pompey the Great had nothing to do the principal actors; the city was the
", to see, a familiar face 'but when 1 well.POllIoi'd as to what should be seen with it, and its origin has always been scene of many civil dissensions. It
,happened'l<> think that they did. not by the Tourist. A carriage with the involved In some doubt. was captured by thePerslanit in A. I).
*pe&k English I made up my mind thatthey 'semblance of two horses was hired The Catacombs about 10 minutesdrive Ol by the Saracens In 6-11 and duringthe ....
would-be very poor company for The horses I thought were absolutely ,from this Pillar are interesting. ; middle ages sunk Into obscurity
'me. The time arrives for..our depart. i the thinnest animals I had ever seen : consisting of 4 chamber ,,containing and uuslffnlflcance.
ure.' The lighter* are toed away from I aod when we passed ,a' Camel in the' tombs, human remains, and Egyptian: The discovery of America was a TO DELICATE WOMEN :3
l 4 ''the big 'ssldehavlngdeposited street. carrying, what lookedto me Sculptures. At the Hotels: here one Is ;. death blow to its commerce but I .
i their cargoes! the companion w.,1 a'half ton of hay, the horses stopped. charged with !Room Meals aod-Kxtras through the eeergitiepolicy of Mehe- ,.;,
stairs are hauled up and we are off, at It reminded me of a story 1 bad heard as In the American Plan and you mn t met All the famous Pasha of Egyptits
'7 P. M. Dinner I I.served Table D'hote: I In California of a poor old horse pay for your Meals whether you take decay was arrested and prosperitywas You will never get well and strong, bright happy
4 The i custom In all foreign countries Ruing through the street being/ driven them in the house or not. The Ell, ptl n returned to lu hearty and free from pain, until you build up your
and a miserable custom It is. They by a cabman some one on the side Coffee houses are everywhere, and the In my next Issue we will start on
a serve you with soup fish, meats etc. walk, yelled "Hey Hey" the Horse coffee is abominable. out neyulaCalro .where.l.-knoui: Htuiv..ofJ.. with" -.- _a_ neryej#reshingHiloodrrnaking!
... ... and....'_youtop--to--, .peak- -to--your' dropped \ of the Harness and said Cabs re-not"plentiful"and"stTU there are many thtnga.of great Interest. Tonic. 1 '-. :
neighbor< or simply .turn your head, "Where" reasonable about ten piastres per hour ;
J Mr. Walter the Italian. name for which As we were driving through what ((45 ) and they urually. like it in A Uuarnteed Curator Piles.
j, ti ,la "II earneriere d'una. loeauda" Is'nt was considered the mala throughfare, cent.l' of French oc English,
>( It a pity Hi grabs your plate and in we heard a peculiar\ sound as If there> but aa I said before if you are truing Itching, Blind, Bleeding or protruding likell
lets time thaio it takes to tell it he's In were aduzen peopl crylng and robbing,' to ute Turkish voney you should Pile Druggists refund mon- > neof@rdQi?
the kitchen. .with it .with half your shortly a funeral procession approcbed. spend about five months studying it up ey If 1'axo Ointment falls to cure any
d IDnerl but after a while one learn, to An ordinary; cheap pine cofflu was before: leaving home, to give you an cane, no matter of how long standing,
: ; r. tongue at the table to keep being carried upon the shoulders til.' Idea, what you have to Store. away to in 0 to 14 days. First application
a one ,hand on his plate except when four Arab., behind them came about your brain. A'Piastres It praoilc. f y gives ease and rest. .50o. If your druK- :It :1
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r, t' trying to cut the meat and somet'mea' 20 women wa IHnjf-smt-' going on at a 5 .seat.", a Ghlrsben Is ten cents a Srlst,h asn't It send 50o in stamps It Makes Cheeks Pink :
three bands would be needed. fearful rate. 'Our Guide or Dragoman Rub' a riyaj is twentjrflve cent a will be forwarded post-paid by Paris
\" -'It' the custom so we must not kick. as be Is call -d told us that they were nusseh riyal 'Is fifty cents, and then Medicine Co.. St. Louis. Mo.. tf. It Is a pure harmless medicinal; tonic made fron vegetaW
$ The dinner is >),
but belnz''hungry
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4F '"c la occ.u'pled.uPOa deck:, communing the ,women were halt covered with a ATLANTIC LINE backache bowel ache dizziness, .chills, scanty or. profuse rrien tr%
>,.wltboneseIf and watching the phosphor- loBK veil, from.the bridge(of. the"Do.e COAST. atlon;dragging down pains etc. ,f*'
esoent glow on the'water, wishing the down, the veil being kept ID place by It Is a building
medicine for the
t jOl1roel were at an end. At.10 o'cIocK"* a brass device fastened on the head THE THROUGH CAR LINE ,FROM FLORIDA. medicine that strength-making women WJ
1 bad retired,' and at about 3 A. M. a which looked very\\ lUucb't.o me like a Is certain to do you good Try It /JB

,*,k knock on.the state-room door, a voice candle<< stick .I puiv'iased one however, , Sold by every druggest.In, $1 1.00 bottles. *,$
r; says -"we are passing "Stromboll" and any Klasimmeltes, liking to adopt '
k the Volcano'and it Is In violent eruption the style I would be pleased to give OONNeOTIONS. WRIT US ALXTTIR "TOO AKX nUXNDS ',H i
of coarse I could not them of I,.
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1 clothing on fast enough./.,'In fact I It la the custom la Egypt foe the To E"asti *' Over its own Rail to Savannah Charleston, freely and frankly In strictest confluence of mine," writes Mr*'. F. L. Jones d,
was so awlftthat I had put my left'legC' women to conceal all of the face except the' Richmond and Washington thence Via Pennsylvania' telling us all your a'lIIptom..o4 GalUitln Tenn.t *.
'il+;.( 'In the rlrbt1'8Cept.a.le of mv trousers, the eyes, and It is only since the deathof ALL !; : Railway.. .... troubles. Ws will send free advice "for since taking Cardul I haft,
.and unless tbat was changed Immed Isbma.ll Pacha that they areallowec (In plain sealed envelops), how to gained JS IDS.,and am In better bealtB
d >tatty It would. take me to the'deck' : to go upon the street at all, without To West (Via Montgomery) and'LouisvilleNashville cure th_. Address' : Ldles' Advisory than for the past 9 year. I tell n>7
below, Instead of "ibove, after every being-arrested lad Imprisoned. the and "Dixie Fh Route" Via Atlanta. Dept.,The Chattanooga Medicine Co., husband that Cardul Is worth in
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..._._Li thing was properly arranged and I Slightly different our own United Chattanooga, T nn. ., weight! In gold to all suffering lnU .. ,
had, "gained tbe'promenade deck, I States.. To East Via S&vannah& Ocean Steamship Company, forth
witnessed .' sight of a lifetime there We next drove by the Palace and New York, Philadelphia and Boston, via Norfolk
was old St.rombolabout.. I 6 miles off; Harem of Ras-el-Jln, a cluster of light ..e 'Steamer to New York, Washington and Baltimore,
l'V ': 'absolutely boiling. and sending out a blue buildings, constructed b'' Mehe-. via Savannah and Merchant and Miners Transpor '
+ river of burning lava, which ran down met-All. and restored by hbmaU Pacba. Via Steamship. tation Co., for Baltimore and.Philadelphia.Havana. . .Always :llememherJthe, Full N'
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,. lu aide. Waking a weird abd hugely! asked the Dragoman 11 I could'nt! geta Key West mid .
interesting tight,, and J by< the way ft : little peep Into the'Harem ''and Via Peninsular & Occidental Steamship '
t. ,was this same Volcano that less than be tmlllofflv said be thought not.anc .' I i) Company.
"- ..M'\\:. ago, during-'another eruption I guess he knew;',..The.canaU, which . Laxative Bromo QUIDI
.. aot'g 01 the errebr e :
1 wiped several village; from ,the face connectsthe' Nile with tho 'sea here LI.tUel,Chicago A Florida Umhea,sad J>tKt.1'I.r. 'wit J.. ta.' }
of the earthy It WM ",.11'0 faclnatj .- enter the harbor by a series of l lock*.

j. lag that I sat be and"'ieen'eoept watched it,tbe until q,1\nothing'could Affording, Nile entrance which U t.o"inconsiderable the great atujOO.IT Quickest; ,Schedules/'Sup.: ; ipr Service., ,'Cures a,Cold in One Day;Grip inBtx. \

< 4- on the then retired._ L. .J The prlnolole-.export[ *.:'areCkHtOD* ]-TInformation....tli-r.t.s..Ch.d'o1..,eta.005.511 1b4 Purple Foldw,ors..omI IIDIc..e.1UII
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