Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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 Material Information
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 17, 1905
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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: VID00203
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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f5THE" ScHOOL BOARD.) Live Oak Kalbfields's l ( ., "

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to./ Democrat . .., ..
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[.I Full Report of,the RCfutar.'Meet.- Por..1dltoroJ!: B. Po- .pd of Tills tt fight Kalbfllelds the November Opera Minstrels JUouse 25 .Is which on composed' Saturday appears"of :!| Our Fall Announcement: : : ;


1 ing Held Nov. 7th.. Parser, Boatalna Sever, Los 30 white, Artists\; all of whom have ;,
I I made a reputation. In. the Minstrel I

.. By Fir. worid.the first. part settings: Ir a : .
magnificent. scene being a masterstroke ; 5 Wo want man in Kl&glmmeo' 'and'Burroul1dlng" =
The : every antlry ,
K18uJP following despatch
FLA., No,. 7thJ9W.The ( I announcing =
of .
Board of Publlo Instruction. met the Democrat do.trrtcitoo. by lire uf the Live Oak grand: electrical the. scenic display'and artists ability, the the. i S, to see this.magnificent-*tylo sh-iw." We have done our part well. 'spared( ;, ::: m

In regular sesslob. there being present appeared-to the JaoksuaVllle gorgeous costumes lend a blending !g no'expense or pains Jn! our'eaortS to gather for,this Men's Dross BxhibItlon - t
Metropolis of :
J. Strickland and J. B. Turablin. alsow lastTuMda/, .,ffeoi ... bewlld..rin\ as It la beautllu1' ,' \
!.J, Sears, Supt. of publlo Inntructlon. o'clock Live this Oak., Fla.. Nov; 13-At 2'..ba sweet singing Vocalist, robed lOt E the latest and best In. "Y&rY article of apparel. for. wen' and_ ::boys: ., : ;< }

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morning the -
.' Chairman C. E. Franklin, belpir offloe of the costume of splendor with their, bar.* '
absent J. B..Tumbltn waa made chairman pall; and Weekly Democrat was monlous melodies add uriber beauty = ** "

pro tern. The mjautes of The. last. buroed.. od The Lb. origin of the fire I. a to the already. gorgeous aoenejj I fe .,. i'! 1 .

? regular meeting were read and ap mystery. fire company re.pondedquiokly'sod while' the funny' Commedlans, with. \\ e .
did good work; Dil their brand and comical t E kt +
proved.. . new joke. .
book
follow. the fire to the part 'of the In .song complete a truly 'perfect Mmstrel i Our Celebrated High Standard .
The treasurer reported as : wbtoh It originated. . first part. The Olio which Mr. > . .
To the lion. BoM of Publlo' Instruction.la mud The Democrat owqed one of the best Calbfleld bas surrounded himselfwith !- "- y 4iq

I fur OMWOU voanty: plants In the Slat, being rallied at. isafeatnreoftheCo. and comprise == L1 GUARANTEED CLOTHING.
1 herewith. tender my report r t treasurer tlS-000 i
over and wasInsured. for less .luob high class acts as M. J. Connor, .E The
styles while cut fo the t'
of Osoeola! count! ) _?. MJ, e. oontb than half of that. amount. musical artist. ., Geo. Burton stumpol-. t newest shapesand: latest ina2' -

of October.. D. 19051.CW70L'rVN1i: The Dally,,twblch had. bad only oneweek's ought. Percy Cohell thelltde- comedyparodlest i terials are jusffresh from the tailor; shops of the makers.

rung will be'Usued to-morrow Cb....,Williams San Wan- <
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from the Crescent office. . _, E 'T4 'II Our Cclebratcd.Pennant' Brand Pants.
deco farnate. Juggler of battle axes, ;I Irom.n '
'u T"b.l.oee'from ...1...l .>!,1'--.t.l: ( 41 The Dally Democrat., of which J. 0.

T..u.r..rrIHS- from B..l.Kt. High...School"taboo)No..2ft.. IMUI 40ft 72 LaFontlsee,'''uO..U.I..tell.. city. editor of Springfield knives rifles, &batons 0.. regulation. \!>: We have today received a.compltt'eUne: : they are made of '

.\\; 1...Mean gopt. t acb.r.* Ream Fee 4 011 the Time-Union, was the news editor, Mr. |Joe; Kilo It. Character Com !E r the latest materials and newest shapes. Hate and furn
sale of l'ook.... .. ,. 6 00 gave promise of being splendid success and Robt.3vrrett ishings'
Spellmaa ;
medtao Percy !E ill I we tarry a complete line. '
M. I H.fmllh Kr-orlu Warrant N0.t6M 71tom1.trollen and the. owners, full of pluck and singing anddancing Com- ._ I .
Mamb Redemption tI M
: ** ..{<..v.-. W SI determination. will push it. to the front. medians and Americas Prelmer Com == ,Shoes I ShoesIIV, RE

W J.dean 6upf.dai.or Book..... .. 17M1 Tb Weekly Democrat. has always been edy Aorabats Clark and MoColl- : ,
To .,noua'rro from Tae Col l ..... IM.. ** successful, and Is onwof tbemoatprost. ''. I $
To huh reo (ram Tea Cell poll. IWMBjr .. .. .00 ough the Solo Orchestra and the N .. Wecarryxabtg line of'.the bests, make.' Try our $3.5Q '$
in Florida .
serous weekly newspapers itary. Cornet'' Band render high class i '
S$1242 It has been an important factor In the selections which never fall to receive. :E patent leather, 'they are strictly up-to-date on style and r

paid,warrants a* .prr Jl.t 776 47 progress of Live' Oak and -Puwanneeouuoty be highest comments.K'albfleld : 7. shape. We guarantee, them not to crack or. we will return bile '
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To balaneeaOHOOt. 74 W 'and its loss Ufelt b'y the people Minstrels come. to ,KUslcnmee : money. .

generally.. It was In every regard anuptodate highly recomended .tor the :- i: lIii
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(OS-blnTBICT C 'L. = .. .
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paper. ;y cleanness of their which
To balanc taut report, ... ....... ... .. ... lee 71\ We exoerp abe following from the I. calculated to please performance the most, fastidious .) w
By paid warrant par IUt. ,.. ... ..-. 44 CO account. of the firs as oublUhed( the Primes In this engagements; will C r DRY GOODS,

To balance > M74 Daily Democrat the day following: be Children'25o. Adults 60 and 750.
Me.....). Sherwood & Pound estimate "
ac.OO..u..ln.ICT.O'*- their. loss at. not less than f18.000. with fly :alSHIlrry a complete line.of

To ...'. lat r.p" ...;.:...s.... ..... 10Q *7To Insurance.? about $AOOO. Tbls'does' Assistant. po.tmaiter O. P. Hughey :[ I
Compt Mush ntdamp....... .. .. . 1ft is resigned his position and bas ,
TafomvIAp-\I "".ID P .... ... ....... M not Include the monotype. which has '
been succeeded L. Pry
To Tae CuI: raves 1901......... .... M been t damaged to the e1IAID".or about by Mr. C.'Drigg., Goods, '
wbo took the duties of tbe :?; ,3
up positionlast ,
'1600, which is 'fully covered by intiiraooe .
To Balanos > Monday. "
/4101 '
E 'a I --
"" Trimttiltigs Millinery
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acaooLir/s-Diirsirriio. !. Yesterday morning Messrs.. Sherwood Contractor. : N. F Bass who has been ,:
a
'1'.. h.I... "... I.*, .ri;...rt.... .. .. .... .. .. tv9 A Pound,1'together" with 'some ofLh4J' -In Tampa ,_..I.t.ICt1ft Installing ii: : s -, -, .. : '

Tu ..,. Ooll fl r. T.... IMM. ..... .. .. 21. most. influential business men of,. Oaoeola's exhibit, returned-home. N Skirts Jackets ',Capes
Tu t.. Ou11.0Lgr..Tu61WN.. .. . .. .. .. a JO | ,
Oak determined and
Live
to >organize night reports ,everytbtngy. In fine ww .

I.., . ,... .. 810 OS stock company at. once andut purchaseSDQW shape. Frank says I exhibit. E t. 'aiid 'Shli-t Waists. ** '3 ,;;
By paid warrant M per '''and complete newspaper and Is. fine, and that everybody In. the -: = : .. .! .

To' balance...;.... ... ....... .. ..... ._ I' job| printing. plant to take care- of the. county. should see it.' :-:::I QI; '= ... .. ', ....""" .
extensive-business of the f : ;;
.... osmpany.Mt. P. A. Vans Agnew and = Q f .,,_ t'
ev..' ....-"In.let''. Ml* 4. Sherwood will leave today for Esq. Capt.Maling 4 \

To ... ... 0 n Atlanta. where be select returned last. night from :: : ;: I i//
to ,
MM goes acomplete
'1'1' Ta loll for YImi..11101 . ;7By . ? Tampa. ; where they bad been attending ,
To Tat* 0011.._. TaxM IMM. .. :,..... S 21 newspaper and job plant.Tht. .. the Fair.. They are enthusiasticover a '' j .M. Kanner & Co I :
here in the .
- plant ought to arrive .
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"wTSDO I the exhibit, especially) O.oeol. ., \1,
near future and will be Installed. ..Lvoce. .
paid.............per ll........ .. .. 40WHV and think. we have' good .chance. for.. : ; "

Tobal.ooa .. ...v.... .!'... ... ......:.iKI. *HM> ,Yesterday Captain W, H. Lyle first price r 1 oo. ,l t Next to Klssimmee"Drug o.n4i; ;: ,

....... HIO ac.l>n.. $. U tendered to Messrs. Sherwood it Pound State "
LETTER TO C. A. CARSON.KISSIMMEB. door from 8an1G:>
the use of the armory for a temporary .one ,4 I; .5lLU1UlUL1hU1ULU1UU11UIULUUILUl11111Uf1U'
to balancelart r.port.i.. ..... **} n office and this offer may'be : o. .
BT Warraut ..... lrau.1 to O nL Fund 40* 72a.661BOa.C.00L acceptedMr. ;; FLAW !? \ '
Sherwood announced last. nigh l "utt'i' 11111lIt. 111111(1111111l1ii'I111111111L1'( itiut

HO. Cf. which he will select In mill-owner .
Atlanti'willl Dear Sir: A \ Mpart..n."UMr' -
To "Aa1.nM. .... .... . .. .',: :: : be one of tbe most OOIDIH S. C. wanted 6,000 gallons olpaint . ' . i"I
ByWarraatB0.997kau.f10LOIy'0ed\ .lust 10'h. state. and that the company ,
and bought by price paid Ice
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be and
To b.laoo..... ,,/ ..<,...-,......*. . Sftl II anything will prepared in the'publi.biag-and equipped to job do ,... less than ours; got a*'lead and . . t.:' "- .. . . ..
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iloc" but'tbe lead I
'The followlnff( paid and'caocelledwsrrsnta printing line paint; was sulphate '

making In the grand total The first. meeting! of lobe stockholdersof uf lead not carbonate.. Sulphate FALL AND, WINTER :C.QQDS. !
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naif. 4
In aesslon. costs about : _
tlC56.M l were burned open the Live Oak Publishing Company '
Ullls were. .ppro"ed'.od warrantsUsued was held last night at the city. oounol That paint was" adulterated.. about' >
six times as much as the ft oenta p.ldfor. "
as follow.: when ...b.'' directorswere '
following
rooms,
)I.'B.BIDI'b saU teach.. : No.I:... I V. onMr. named: He "...ed'" ? 6 cents; and it cost .
.. J B. ohnao... I..M: 1110 ?0Kdward him 30. .. : ;
l>nulaa, I,... eo OI' J. F. Sherwood. E. Pound, C. H. Oh no; it cost. him more. 'than that.; :::: Largest.$ StOCk,;> : ,, '
Mia. 'N" Crvokntor. ,", I. woo Drown, Worth. St.epbeu.v'. J, Hillman forgot the labor. Can't work II x: ': i. .,
W Albl...a rmuk M ". 1. MI uoM r. Ion Uobertson.- directors we > ," !\ ", , 't
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' 00 out exactlyjllont; know.bow long it'll. \ ,. ; '
K orrt. Bryaa' .od'elect.ed s riaV!
mot the following! officers: ;
:: M.O. Bryan :: i I i: wooM wear.. : ., ; :
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", ** ... :: : tO President J. F. Sherwood Vice' Short-measure. besides that alone Latest Styles- j .
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Knma Vnwcll "'t tMr I... 90 VO President'J. E. Pound Secretary and .
.. J. 11. info. ".. L._...r SAUOMl .. Treasurer R, A. Or.,. ' was twice as much as. ,his. "...yIDe"' ....
J M R.," .* 4.. ., t6. 5 cents. -"
... . MOP Tbe capital l stock oft.bellewco'IDp.n, -
Mtn F.O' rtr.at 1" *
It 1-thin too; Ion -there; '
UM Hubbard.It' I.,.'.. sow is $15.000, all of which will be subscribed was some ; Lowest Prices k
M SA fill t tS5 don't know bow much.. '_'
Buncb.u .
MlM C Llul.
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MI.. .n. Uowolor r' ..v. flu There was too much dryer' In It. I :

101,. Lli I. Dm1. ', *"*, 10..". ... TOCOTO 00 The maker made something. on that.; c WITH HONEST-GOODS; =I '
H .. M. P Tunas *" M i* 6009 Confederate be' didn'tTaking.. ..- .' ''CONSISTENT FRESH, :; =
Wlmluw. Veteran's Day. <
MlMUrorcUOWVUS** !&, 40 on It altogether. be dtdnt make 'r
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J II. ltlfN ... 70 UOWilli. Friday, No. 24th. has been design much by that 5 cents." .? .
... :JO 6600ML.alanebVllcox'
F uur m I V*. .. '7000 ated as Confederate. Veteran's Da',... Goby the name and :the. name Is : --------r----- _-4.. (I. ;?

J H Hawthorn,, .w ....'' 211".1 SO WM the Fair and an' elaborate program Devoe ead-ad-xthc..._ : :

W II Cruu.r. .y. "r ..ll.211"...., 40 Wl 00 bas been >arranged for the occasion. Yours. trill. VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV IM IVI L1 1 IV Ir .
Mary L. MMOD. .. The old Vets whom' all true Southerner FDrvom, dl co r
$14... Krtllh Hal k up"MlwEIUlxhorn .. .. III fill .? >
3} Ol 40 New ''York
a\ ; dellgbt to honor are rapidly :

Mil MtMl. Fr. .tU rl mllla '.*. .". .42... .. .... (7s WOO WII. passing from us, and a few more .of HURRAH {*'' .
CUT
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) .. M. Ilowmaii 4.. ... M 00 these annual.reunions will ape the lass Stencils Mad. to Order, ," \ .
MlM Trmi Cl.y .' 60.. .. SAW of them- and' for this reason there S .. ,. .. ... ,
W t #**n .. ." .Rupt ..... .. ... 60 00 should-be a large attendance ...' the Every thing in Stenolls.. -Metal and J_.
CRPraukllaILkV1.. .... .. .. ..... 210Jbtnokl.ndMBP1 I ..
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.,.1... .. .... .. ..... *' fair on this date to do bonor to these. Rubber Stamps. Line of-. regular Iii L. -n.- "
JBTumbllnNBP4.... ,'' IJ :: 'grand old men, and mate their re- Stencils, Inks, Brushes, Pads etc., on '
J KUlllwrtBrCom Treas: ::: :. ::.::; . band stall time. Linen Markersfor I '
union 'pleasant It : S
.... .. ,. t6 as as possible. ; I hat, to Star Brand Shbes ,says'Tpmmyjr"Several : o
J R Utlbe'" "r COlD Tr.... .... ... would be but marking table and individual tip my ;<
t K tillbcrt. Oom Tre.. ... . .... ' a fitting tribute if the e; ,
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J K oUt..", "f Com T.... .... ..'. ... .. f\ publlo schools would give vacation,, linens. A. M., NICHOLSON1 x ' ''ii
A.tid
.. .. .. ... IIIi..II..G.W 'styles forboys' and jzlris: ? :
,J.K Kllbart Sr Oom:;Tr.".. for this day and let the children hare j .. ;
_.._. +._lt 16
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-, ,-1>f" II'-. .. .. ...... 1000 a vbftnoetoattend.ltrwlltbe. an, ; :
It III :
W r w..4.J..u..i., ,. .. .. ..... 12 011 inspiring sight to See.the-old ..oldlerlm.rcllolI' Orange: Trees. s't ,way that: "Bull.Dog"; stocking; : wears 'Is :a

John Fwl.eu. hanlluc pupil.. ..... . 7 under theflags'. for which The ever offered for sale .
.... ...... .11 00 cheapest . ..
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Jack bnullos pupil "
.'..., .ullu.pupll. .. ._ .l W they suffered so much and love so be.re. s am pie trees. .and prices can be 'I' wonder. .
TutnMIn "
H II "....!... .h.ullu.\ M.pO.... .:...... too I" well; and would be a lesson in patriotIsm seen .at K. D. Hogan'a grocery. store ....- xGET'EMAT
O. nt.rl.ugb.ullnN pupil.... ..... .. .. 00 which tbe. childien would never'forget. for further Information apply to '
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ELI.e.l.. Tlilt*,lo noordleapud9.............f,..,......... ...t.... . U..P,.HUGHEY.Don't : : ::1".A, \.I.-: .'' .. r. "

Th.John W.te..60.noD fartln. labor Gro.....O... ,.Lumtwr..-.... ...; .' 4 8; 4:" : : ...., ,MI"I.I"J '
J H Walk... Mupplt**...,; ... u 11II : 'II
WJBeammepr..v.. ., ... .. .... .:."". I 4
J Z RubJ...... auppllaa$ .... ........ 76 I
. .. . \10 110 'the'Truth. '
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Moier WIITCO It..... Jr..1.ursUC1.aupBlta.,.... ..*...........,. 76 be Afraid of .-- ,_. -r-9' -'_
}L D A ... labor ..... .. .. .. .. .. .. 3 00 I '
kw..J.Ba He.... U.uraD..... .....,.... 57 60 W B iobnetol1. baoltaf foil ELF'' ."..-,.,..: T 40 'Communication1 received froj* U* t'
. ..t.; :... ..... )100R. t PROCEEDINGS.Town C U HdwCoi to.... ....et worlt.;.,. IM 2ft i .
F .e ? W. Bass asking the council to allowtbv'rmtwmptlon 4 '
ct D.1. labor MAKES FREE. COUNCIL .
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r.. barlInIf.labor..:.,;................. MOlltela THJ\.T\ MEN .. ..< mdM ELP.i.....,.'.;>v,., ;I' of .
/ ........ .. .. three acre tract ot
.._ borroW' mOD 210600Slat. '. !- Rem f naidlnf bons ..., : 126 f
1I.k "
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11..11 of 0' Ku.Iluee Isl of ..ural1' 00 00 . Hall T W Ill).. brick, and ela. for ,...,., TOO land In the swt of: nwi of seo 28 26, b 5
1906
SEE TOPICS FOR WEEK. 8, H W Bronaou. banllDf &LP k. 160 29, known aa the Stove' 'Johnson plate
H appearing to the boardthat '. The Council met In regular session; WartDf>r1 < ood.Oo wood tickets,'',,... 101W ..a
at a 'valuation* $100 all
school 10 bad forty pupils tbe. 'r L. Van Dusor *O Oro Co.mdM lor ELF....v..., SOW per year on 't
now W. ,
there being present ,
labor.recelMa 1174 back taxes.without Interest
Dale \eacher of 4k O Oro Oo eom.'wkt; claiming ;
salary of Mill Ullle . ' Ch l"n ni;-WrCX-J3a s,:H,.M fisnD Kh.Imm..Ts1.Co. pheoennr JM -
.1 that said property was Coo* highly assessed ,
said school, waa raised to $40 per and J.'B. Gilbert., Jr.-Clerav '- "..*. 11 borr' ,c.lpt..v........... f OAB .
month begin with her next "Opening last' .meetingwere B 8nllh. ..1..* Sup't KI'P-tu V,<;,.>:: ,T 74Bob.rtl after tnveetlgattog he same oo "k
'of the
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same to the Kin dom. M minutes
;pb Friday of -The >rauo..Iar],.* .Y.1oI'.0I. ;.,.... SOBK motion ,duly seconded said request r
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monthJT report.. read, and approved, reports of : P PaDa.aUan at I'l.P.i.,.. "
,1878
'The True Spirit of Communion. was granted;: ,aIdappUcantto''P".Il,
4
to orderwarrant Sunday-nil 4r
The Supt. was Instructed au m., officers were examined and approved. F M Ta raan Mar( ) M ItLP...r..l..1 77.09 .'
book.General fund and warrant "The Temptations of Men... The bills were approved>> L HoCallUMr.aalwry at K. ... plant..* 2100" legal was : '
following instructed draw'
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2.S-: p. m., J!: work. .<>.", MM Clerk to "**+' rr rrers
books for' Sub. Dl.; No.'s.: aDd ordered paid as follows:. B MKme..aptoorlsndou,1..0, ;*, ISO t
for 9720.00 la 01Uacb.4
.. + -"-- 7:16: m./"The Power of A Life, : .. ........ rant payment
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aod 4. p. .' JW! A.erbotd.slaryp. taTor..y,..:. 6 00 W L.Van Pnaor,salary .Id. ", t 00 .al.r '. In Osoeola' ) ,
Holms appointed as assiat! .. ..WII am..I." .. Uar.bal..j. Vf,., SO 00 H M "' ..11. aalar aaAMvrnaa..i t oo High School "
Mary was Behind His Promises. .
LheKI..lmmcolo1'e4 Monday"Qod Stands wl lItem.,_$ 10 Major" _rt..... MOO J AAnrf.raon, aafarr aAld.maa tr.;. 100 i; for one.and one balf months. ,* due 7
sot prtnolpat of .Catholicism/' L L William.,fMdln prlwn.ra, .b....... S90f WC Baa*,_I." a. 1".........*.,..,... "I 00 by olty.for said purpose r
school ft*. 20 aV. rE salary. ?' ,25 per Tuesday-"The Decline In to C UodfaSt Mary:.. ....11ee.......*...*. 4U 00 B L lx HlV7t .alary .. ald.n.an........tf? 100 J. W.', Ollrlr: *' for., Mary B
.... J a au".. ...Co Trw. for" moatka : Attjr ;: *
'month. . ="The Qrowth into Sectarianism a ::f"r: lr' .5 SS: .. .., .. ... bill1 for1
allowed one Wednesday A tAe... ., :'cry .. 1 ooA. .IUf'h. laoo& 1, ........ 771000 Morgan presented :; yeast'h
Prof. M. H. Smith'was.that he might -"Progress Towards Christian Union." L Davtdaim, aalarr aa eav.0'.......,. MOO Vall.T Oawtta. prinUaf,.v...MV........ 64 40 rent of Coonell Room.'willcb' .. ,'l ',j.
day ... the Fair In order 'Tborsday- R Jr Clerk: and Collator.,. III 00 .
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J Gilbert Upon preoentatlon of deeds by J. W, ferred to City Atty to lnvestl rais>aaWx ,

assist In .rr.oIOIf'tbe exhibit No. 1. of W.. ;\, Friday-" $slmme, Prodigal Sons.and Daughters." 'A' ., 1.R R.Olltxrt.Gilbert Jrand,It.j iMOlnt: ol M B U L.-;;.......,. 'IS 00J. 00j Oliver and wife and.JV P.OllverJr., the eorreptnecs of same, aaq;" '! .t"

Klsslmme HUh School to ... .. '1fI EGllb.rt. Jr.. .There belnjc no funds-with" which ..18... .- ,'i; .., ' l .Co" '' line'dirldingtl.ew1 of Ski and 8eJ of8wl t Tb City'. Ta ;Books.weretrtu. ;,I r .
''tbe WIXaVbuao"Mroaa'KlM 60FI.
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pay the. teachers for their. worlc.' Church 7:16 : .. .. l>.. .. .(_Co,.. at 711 of Seo. 10, TP 25.U 60f after exam Oyw.k) t.h.'f"xCOl1 ,'.rltn,'?..
ij: bo..rd .believing r rthat said >teachera Ai ,Christian p. m. -L.: ...... Joe> ... ... ,. 8O11 CS.._.... 'ITU (otog said deed same wets accepted strUctlona to collect all T... vtbere-* > :'
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should noses their salary, ' -- ... ,.. ',' .... )16" '' *'
promptly: aliear' dYeur SouVSha11'Llve. H-M P. ,'" adv for KLP f 100. sod Ihe clerk :was Instrneted' upon assessed by.tbe. first Mondayctlt'February :,
,{ 1 borrowed $2000 from the. State Bank\!: "H ; H M Plus,eep $0 Below.w .J :00 bave recorded_ '"r 190edtwr.r:' ' -* >-3:1.:' "
work .. BOOaMotaCMDVfWfrBollstroslwk. same !i- r- : :
atroot OeU>b.r : ; ..'. '
oiKlsslmmee .until May' let, IBOovat : : HoMla County :. ., 144 00O.o.olatlor PO' .,Igh"-..watchman-ap-: ; "-111.IM''beleawno 'fi rt. n..bQH i.., ....x 1
8 al14,warrants forprincipal ... .. all: oo
peroent interest -A\ I7.tre.t work b.$ tolled (or an Increase in salary 'of CouDCU'a4iolll'lle4..kmee''' ;
and Interest were drawn.' OQIVIE* J Bea r."wiodror I.L' P.,.,..-- ,,110 ** ponalderlog ,,, \ .. 'i'Dee
>\, in AlraeavwooalorfetP' ..ut -,:..J. 600 doU.pel" montto, after. << . ,}CIda..1G06.:: $' L :f' .;; .r.-"; ,,
r. "There being no farther 'Dimness . 'B.. Q. DENHAMEvan>tellst.p..n : 6..L...eMUr.ajD: *IbiiMM* _k._.. '.... .1 said requaat.v ooBnom..,, Board adjourned till tics next :je ralar' I E.:N.: RAYNERiPistbr.. ;,, ; Fred M.Intoab.eo.. cry wo k.iAi....,Sj r 0 J7 &Jr1'88d.Ulil" Increase as stated ,be allowed ;. r.. a.., JL1lBBT.i 3...dlveyt ,D'. y K.K ,
f'IDeeLIDK.. ;3. u. TT Milt.IN.' : '" R K Orahaai,work 6orPDOW.wk.t"SNfiLP.o.l.1 ltLP...:,:?7v;;?
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j The acme or goodness It to tov. VETERANS OF GEORGIA; "

wjROM GIRLHOOD ..Tf WOMANHOOD the public--' to study universal good GRANTS AUTHORITY I r-4 1 SHAME ON W1LN1

and to promote .the Interests of the Hold R*.cord.BrsakIng and Enthusl-:k .

*' .whole wor.ld, a*:. fr, .*\'lIea Indoor'power c f ** :* 1f ** .' ; -aitlo" Stats" Reunion Irtf Macon. "' '" pp'at

1 : ,Mothers Should. Watch"kfr / y "if nek {',\ *, declares' i woman'a,Y U'. *". s'!i iM 't Southern, States' WantU"CI8'\ i: : ",' . K. ,.... Scons Head ofth'(:
Tie .
) | [lOeyelopmcnt oj I DaSghJersIntsresting r.* A* 'J.' SantConfrotFv'' kLCc4.U 'if .
FllI'Sperm..eU'.red..W Qr.itns'uOr4at.eastor.IltrtaIb0ttI04h4t Qtu r nsrrouw : : &: : the' graiaU P.M Ag7cuRajraiDepartmnt: t -1
tiNt dsy-s.4
after
men
k' )j. Experiences of Misses Borman anOills. ... . .
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"' treattssfrw eat day 'in the 'history of reunions'of t
"'\ .. Dr.R., 11. KLJ-IIS. Ltd.. Ml Ajyh Ht..Pblls.P j
-- ----- Georgia, veiterana. There has never! .
Pins will looa' h u. a' Mohamnedanmosque. I GERMANE RESOLUTIONS : COTTON FRAUDJINaMao
REPORT A }
",I . been such a' gathering these iDln) ..
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Mr. VTIasiow's floothinR Byrap for ChUdrea* of. the chit war of Georgia In ant', '. 'i,

teetblnt.seftenstueguins.reds.eesinn'aBima lion.alls.s palae r.s wind eolle.ang.a bottle-*' All Whit.. Men Invited 'td Come South. ona' city. Officers and,. prominent. ; .aslty Existedfof'.aut| o* isA.

jf Blertricity: faUl to dispernmcnt of, and Become tftlxsn) of States, B>enjborst, f tatq" tha l < I*ot ,less than sf- sued .th* Past Weak, Wh.-_'.r ._ ".VA 1
\ ''e.rtail1lt:01u111 X" '*,. 000 ,who '
men wore the were In
.. .r--; _,rPiso's _-._ R.Represented In Text of Immlgratlan ., gray" .' dltlon" Cropls( Beyond Any. .(

Ourefor Ooasnmptloais and 'eold.-N.aa lafalUbl W. : Resolution Macon.Earl.J Possibility of ,Calculation. /1:

'Inedleln LMOIL, OeeanQrova.for ougbs, .! .. N. J.:...iffo. 17. lMNiTber <. s /. Thursday '.morning camp. af .'L L-M ';'f}
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ter" cantp'casue out from their ,quarters 'f
are plenty: i'of lions in l southern At Chattanooga Tenn., Friday, fourteen . Richard CheaUm of Atlanta, Go .:

: ,Rhodesia. .. *. .__ and jprepareJ for thed81' .exercises. of'the
T' Southern Cotton ;
'J. ,.J. southern states, 't.hro.Ul'lf. their secj-etary '
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//t"". ',By '10 oo'clock they ,bad gathered '
BOX OF WAFERS FREE.NooRuGsCURES
sociation. -' who the
ant uncovered
senators congressmen and |
.. governors, at Jtha city auditorium for the \.; .. 'A.1
% uJi- :BY'ABSORPTION. I IbualDea. '
ifkWJI other representative citizens, mudo, .' meetings. Many' ,Important closures being made In the

: r 'f:nr.,; B.lrhla StABiKrh"...f JO_..hor_Bad BrMtth Itreolh r sadBs.I their wishes known ,as' to'the .relations matters were' briefly disposed of, 'ana otcottoo, crop: reports;:-whereby i

l> .. lac."..ur *....1......, of state J-p the fedetal government the meeting: wa adj urlled. '.' ficials' and speculators ,were using, ad-

.. 111 the iiiiatter The race for commander terminated Information bull .
-lrr ml r Hosrt Kl of-quarantine* tance to or .bear tha ,!'

-Tiitf "_:r.ru'f1l\\.r.''r snjr Iii''* of the JSTTirtimliri and'ot Immigration.Throughout In the'choice of General C. M. Wiley cotton, market Is quoted by" the New ;I:i

smut note Ci. mimvdiiit.-pood sfrf the conferenceT' -*plrKed- of' .Tbere-w..Do-Oppoeltlon..' York Herald as-having severely critIcized -

itisiifeets.pi o.i your the stiinifcli..steniarli.; It kilU ithsorb I the the poison<.., debate warn'almost unintettuptsLasto -deoeial, West of' Atlanta and ,his. the report of the cotton, crop
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> A ."rna"J. cure' tnr diseas Catarrh oftlii the constitutionality of federal control friends declining when the nominations Issued Friday from Washington la
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11 '.BiT: .ry mother 'poeeeaaee Information : at,lie. and sJl:J have. heard that you ran cire > head. anil throat.* uiwhMesoni. food. Interstate health matters. Governor 'were'made. :There was"no other which the-condition of the crop, on
,- which I* <*t ntal- terNt to her helpful adrioe to girl* I. my condition I am IIncl ", r.alinr'make b" daughter young' writing you."-Myrtle Kills. Oquawka, litDeejrlln. nrreV/ .. any atomnrh) Is entirely. free from. Vardaman of Mississippi wasa name presented than that of Geneial, November :I:; was stated to be 68.8; '.
4 Plnkbam. (Second Letter) (,Inf of some Vinrf. Mull' Anti-Brlrh' firm advocate of the construction Wileyand .with one voice he was. "The most absurd piece ot spite
Too ofi.a this U saver Imparted or I..t I.withheld I. .. It I Is with the of utmost Wafin-a. will rnale your tnmach healthy'1w :
:until aeriou harm baa result- J write to you feeling le tall you ..gratitude'that h5 your I aliRa'bina foul.;'." which ar.- from of state rights, which'should) prevent, ,placed In the' highest omce In the work 'ever attempted was the Issuing

44 to thai growing girl through her valuable. medicine ha done for ..... Wbeo I the. .",ti4ifest food sad by re-enfovniiiK" the Interference of federal authority Georgia, division. He'.uCCiMllii General of the crop" report, ,Friday by Mr. '
Ignorant. of ..'ure'.. m'lter'd wrote rou in rsnrd te my condition I bad hit lining .oft).. wneh. enabling< it tntliorouRb'v la state affairs. Governor Blanchard P. A. (I. McGlaahon. of aTlIlI' Wilson; the secretary agriculture. '
consulted mix the fond with the ...trioJui.
wonderful law and penalties. several doctors but they failed to ( "
: -: understand my case and I did not reoeireany .. .. ThU rure stomach trouble' pro of lx>ulslana declared that the doctrine nah. 1 In this report hi annbunctd\ the con '
Girl Over-sensltlreness
and'modesty .
beneUt from tblr treatment. I fallowed ,mildieation.. sweeten, the Viresthi stops of state' rights could have no Dlvlelqn commanders as chosen are: dition at tf8.8. Now there Is uo sane"
-, Often pnszle their mother and bafflephysicians vour advice, and took Lydia K. Plnkh.,..'. 1)olbHE and fermentation. Heart action eastern ,
.. \ as the* ao often withhold Vegetable Compound: sin-now haejtbyand 1 f'CO'1"> drone and regular through this place In the argument. lie insisted For the brigadeGeneral Jno. man who'eyer saw M cotton stalk'"wnodees
.: thaw confidence from their Ynothers ......U. and all tb. .. -- :M.. Clarl of Augusta the western '
distressing. symptom jr''cM that the federal constitution plainly ; ; not know that on November 1't:
( :" and conceal! the synaptom. which ought; which I had at that Urns have disappeared. Dinrurd drugt. "ge you knowfrnm *xpptlnce : General Cobb of Amerlciis southern
nutkes It the duty of federal! KO'e'nment ; and November 10 It'l la not only far I tx*
: Mills. IlL ,
to be told to their physician at this .11'1"| Uquawka. they donot lurr toma'-h trouble; : "
;. critical period. Mini .Matilda Borman write Mr*. 'Tiv .. common-sense (Nature's) met bod' to exercise each function Many b gade, General Sweat ot \Vaycros3: jond the fruiting: or bearing ata&e.but ,

: : When a girl'. thought become .lugglah Pinkham a* follow: Hint does cure. A ftnnthma; ; healing. anaalian leader had many followers. end for the northern General' J. In nearly every case Is entire/.
resnlt i
inmtttly.
; with headache dizziness or a disposition Dear.. Mrs. Pinkham We know Mull's AntiBelchVsfen-win Congressman John Sharp Williams Went .Atlanta. I Void of foliage of every kind.
I
:'r to leap pales in back or lower Before taking Lydia monthlies E. Plnltbam Vegetable Jo tbi.. and we want 'ou to know it. presented a rei*>rt which was. adopt There was-llttte, -'difficulty la-ctioav( "It has passed! fur beyond the Increasing .
Compound
: limb' eye dim. deLr for solitude: i I._... _mnA.. ...In'...l my...d" f .._..were. %...5 Irregu-_' ..," SPRCIAI. Drricn: .-The regular once! of od with but diaHentlng, voice that ''Ing a meeting place for the year stige. Its. condition far .
A -** UH one so.
BUVU ,.
j'g when she 1* mystery to herself and dmadf ill sd; be.-- -.1- }1"1i'ntl.o.l, : b Wafers is 1>01bo but
friend her mother should come to her "But since taking the Compound headaches .' to 'introduce it to tltoussntts bf sufferersw ot Senator Mallory of Florida. The 1906. Grima asked for the reunion.but as conditions are recognlxed In ....,.

aid. and remember that Lydia E. Pink- have entirely( left me, my monthlies my are< !! 'trill send two ((2)) boxes 'upon receipt of resolutions follow: upon the Invitation from the Confederate ports, U t ilie same as on October I

ham'. Vegetable Compound will 'at .regular, and I am getting strong and well. I. 75c. and this sample advertisement! free for Ibis or coupo.we will.. Resolved That we, the delegates f"tE'ran.' Association an'! rtevlollEly For 8t'Cretary1111011 to*
this time the am t.Uiu all my girl friends what Lydia E. .evua_
prepare) system for the : the
Mcl.awg
of *
from Alabama camp Savannah the make report 'condition of November '
_ coming chauge and start the menstrual Plnkhin Vegetabls Compound... done for ; Arkansas Florida a on
*:' period in a young* girls life without mo."Matilda Borman'parmingtou. 11183; FREE COUPON 128ei Georgia, Kentucky oulHlanta, Missis- next meeting; place fell 4o that city. I Is to assist In the opera tloa ,

pain or irregularities.' If von know of any young girl who sIpPj.JIissouri.. Mar)'land. North Car- Governor Terrell and members. of of the bear, .1|>>>e culators to hammer
1* nick and needs' motherly advice,-'ask $ d tlii with) name ,- his staff arrived In "Macon
Hundredof letter* from onng- girl* coupon your utt a. South CarolIna. Tennessee, Virginia Wednesday the price of cotton down."I .
her to address Mr*. Pinkham at and jiddresa and name of a druggint
-; and from mother", expressingtheir. Mas*., and teltbere'ierydelaU0 Lynn' her-, who does not sell it for a free ..smplabo and West Virginia hereby respectfully night anti 1 were the guest of tha 1 'say to Mr. Wilson: 'ShaID.,;

,'a.* gratitude Vegetable. for Compound what Lydia.. E. PlnkhamV symptom, and to keep nothing1 back ''of Mull's Anti-Belch Wafers toMtrr.1. request the senate and )eterans Thursday, as well as of the .,1'ame. shame' on him and the men

aooompU.bedtor She will receive advice house of city. Soon after. the opening of the who this
In assisted him In
them.-bare been received by the absolutely free .'* OaAPK: To-no Co.. 928 Third representatives. congress attempt *t
1, Lydia K.' rinkham Medicine Co.- at from a source that baa no rival In the Ave., Rork island III.Oive assembled to enact a law whereby business meeting at the auditorium. spite work against the cotton producers
LynnMs.s. ex perience ot woman'*ill*,and It will,U ho was Introduced to the large tt
I coast maritime and national frontier gathering of the south Is a final effort '
followed. pother on the right road to a.trcng. Pit Adtlreti amid Wntt P14i..lr., '
If la* Mill ha* written the two fol- heajthy and happy womanhood, quarantine; shall be placed exclusively and 'made'a stirring address Ma to get even: and the attempt will result

lowing letter to Mrs. Pinkham. which Lydia K. Pinkham'-Vegetable Compound Sold lir all druggists, OOe. per bill:. or uDder the control and jurisdiction was enthusiastically received! and his In sure discomfiture for the dapartntent -'1

T.w1lL: be read with Interest I hold the record for the greatest sent by mtfil.t. of the United States government, and'hat tribute to the men of the south,la the of agriculture before the

:, Dear K.... Finkbip.mflrs$ Letter.) I number of ft1l.... of female Ilia of any 1-- matters of i Interstate civil war won the old soldiers In great of The Is .
_ "1 cm but fifteen years otap--Pr-I.- 1 medicine that the world haa aver A Trite R."". quarantine session next congress far advanced

kavedUry tpella. ,. biUab.imch.. and back:. known. Why don t yon try 1$? A girl 'In Gtylord. Kan., was told by hall be placed under the control and style. He spoke for only a brief ,, '.hat 'there' will be an investlgstlon -
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..,.ala'J:;. IOkbam'S Vegetable m poU ad !Makes Sick Women Well. one of tier admirers that if,.be didn't jurisdiction of the United State government ()(rl9CI. ot this department by con-

i luii* fry him, be'd get a rope and hang acting in cooperation with At noon the grand parade of all the grass and an uncovering of matters

,.. ._ (At45.'C5) : himself right 4n frout 'of her liouie. the several state board' of health. veterans, fhe. local I military 'the governor now'concealed. by which all prevlous-J.

AGAIJNST 1- "Oli please" don't do it, dear" aba said. "Rejiolved, second That we 'urge j and his staff and General MeGloahan disclosure will pale Into' Insignia

H HIS > : 'you know father .doesn'twant you upon the legislatures. of the several and his staff began, and was canoe I.do uot for aa InstsDt doubt. .
ROO1iNITOR.Vell. .
THlEL J bngIi1 ( around here." southern states' .- Imposing spectacle. The Southern A'.Kclatlon)
that
STORfyliN "\ ," said Uumley. elf-compla-- .they enact quufrpfirulatlnna 'an. . Cotton 171'
'-anUoe _.' _nnr1v__ __ .__. Its bulletin of the Issued 1
certly after hit fl" afterdinnerspeech this vicinity _--n--- a n a* .nia.sible ._ croo on 'Or.
:'It Tlmre; !Ii A opportuMty in SHERIFF -- .
"you didn't think I could: I to taUo orden for the celebrated White In accord and conformity as I SAVES PRISONER. tober :31 estimated tit crop for 'tOOl) ,

N bsprak.4Jd ?" j I BCOUEO monument!l, b..d toaOtl, grareovers hereafter enacted. We furthermore' at 9440.341 bale, a smaller. produc-
you I .. ,- ..tc.. made by JThe Monumental
;1 i cocfeai." replied Knot, 'that" 'I I lirouce Company, 8HJ Howard A.,..., Itrldge- .urge the governors of the said several Atlanta Mob Sought to Lynch! Negrj lion than Friday's estimate of gl.i

cant think: of anything so marvelous. loft Conn. It... a. KOo. >d. legitimate bust.n . states, with this object. specifically >> Assailant of White Woman. would promise. 1

,, that-hes" happened for )'eal'l. NotincEa1aani / H.,aud tbeyliffor ,.er.lib..IIDdullemonla. *- .- TOWE CRESS "* ,*omeona.ohoalj write thorn for the agency.,. being Identified by Mrs. (Gen
J. -tIme*hi,-factPifl.eLpk' the legislature of their respective ".. :Moore of I "_ SIX YEARS FOR CUNLIFFE." l
a* the
A Bier Soaader. states to the Atlanta negro __ .
e ALt-tr' _, .rl1'u.. wisdom and the policy --:-'
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'' One Inrentlou. sometime makei another .' of,, this course.*' who had assaulted her, Jim Walker. Adams Express Robber RecsIvss'Ssn.

ALIS7H4PIL ( 'Tayiors Cherokee IMmedy of Sweet-Gun jpcesry. A gramophone which Congressman E. 3. Powers of Mis brought as a prisoner.from Falrburn, tenea in Plttsburg Court. ''
L3TDLALRSZcIPJ31. $I and Mullen Is Natures ._Curwi ta he 'dlltlD"e mile )
great remedy \ D,be rll of three! ,
1 I A.J.TOWlKCai5TAN.I5H9tM4 Coughs, Voids Croup aad Consumption U..Ib.[ Uteat. Mow .what I Is needed I I. sieslppl..chsirins.n of the Immigration Ga., Thursday morning came, near, Edward fi. Cunllffe the sxPresl4

I I- soare Ivosa OHKAS K. p and all throat and lung trouble,I At drug. nannU' deadener,with three-rtle! committee, presented the report, of.' l flng lynched !by' a' crowd of angry money cleik, who, on October' ,
a- ,
CAJIAN Co.. .TOloflo.CAWLDqucLAs P gtats. 26o.. ttOo. sad '1.00 per bottle.Hi .". "
0 that committee:which was adopted by $101.000( .from the Adams DJtpr.ess.cor4
.mother
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- range; to, the. boise of .the: -. citizens.For, more. than, an hour tha'rowas
I' 4)ldorAl-, 'eoatttrqcs are still worn'iii' graioopbone.' the unanL-nous rote of the convention.The puny atten T In plttiburg.' Pa. .an t -

msny psrtsof Kusais, .. -- _- resolutions were as follows: a scene of the most Intense. ax, whose fligh and capture ten days !later <'

r, *4t a Bear. Whereas the states represented'Inthla clteiuent on the Feachtrea road between . attracted attention ,of! the entire -

'3&3SHOES CAPT. GRAHAM'Sleetni .CtJFE.rr. : Krn0kt They Orabora and Bud Arnold StComptcb. conference and the whole south the Moore home at BrookwooU country, was aJQI. Rod"by" ldJ'l..Jal! ,
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I !.. ... . ., -are possessed of limitless resources, and the spot where preparations were K. McKart lI.1e 'crlmlnat court Satsa'
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Vfi L.Dougtaa .oo out Edge Unacannot --- -!;,Fass sod ..Ir-Trlecl _.., ., report ODe of tha closest ;
be equalled at any price. I W......, .rQlves' call of .the. season ,Iq a bear' tllbt.I agricultural. mineral. and timberlands .' made to bang the negro.TheTude . I day to\two termsi of three yearn, m.;

k Th.. .... *..- Catleara,, "V For,aome time,'a large bear,b.. been ;' gallows had been erected I the western penitentiary and two J

c ...s' Otptsin W, 'Sf -dr l1m.. 13JKEo f.lt..1 bothering ..their'.atock, aad they'bad "Whereas, desirable Immigrations! the knot had been ..tied. the noose fines of $foo. each and all costs of'

-t:: $ : ' ..WbeeUng: .VW.Vs., writing under date I I made aareral Ineffectual attempt to needed in order.. to, develop these ,. placed, on tbe negro's" beck and the tha prosecution on two charges otv' *

yr ,June 14, '04.ssysl ,"I an so grateful 1 want flud Bruin but could 'not locate'him. ..aources.nnd."Whereas.. ., other end of the rope thrown over thacrosabeam larceny, ,making a total termof ala j

I Catiour.totbtnk God Kosp tjist a friend recommended 'This week":they started out and got ; w -desire to-settle -withus of the gallows when Sheriff ,.. '.'- Imprisonment, .- ",.
'i : ,, snd Ointment to 1
me.
suffered for a long time witb sores.on my. 'tha track on Big; River near the all white persons who are willing Nelms appeared on,the scene with When thd prisoner was asked If b* :

I- face snd back. Home doctors" said I had Horse opening. to subscribe to our laws and who appreciate a deputy and three county police had anything: to say Cunllffe replied;

.I 4 bioodpoi.on.' and ethers tha? 4 bad barber While they were waiting for the and love the genius of our men.Arnjd. "All I can a.k is a little clemencY. .

a _ _ ._ itcb. 'Noue' of. them did ins any. good hounds and sitting: comfortably on a I Institutions, now therefore be It a crowd that seeined bent on for the aako of my poor family and' i
butHhry! all took '
tell me my skin now my money.looks ..My.clpsr friends' log: something appeared behind then "ReuOlved. That It Is the sense of taking the tow Into' their own hands folk*. 1 was never before In anv' ,
a a
r baby's. ,,and lien them all that Cuticura and knocked Orsborn's. gun out of this conference that', It doe. hereby while pistol shots were ft red and trouble and have always been hone-t..

II. _ Sosp and Cuticura Ointment did it." his band: Defora ho had recortred greet and welcome to ,our midst alt cries of "Kill him," "Shoot him. and upright, with a good disposition

_ V, lI ';tttr from his surprise he was engaged ''In Industrious and upright white persons "Lynch him; ," rent the'alr the sheriff and used my beat efforts la the Interests .

,,1 _ _ _ _ nioAs.Hisliop favors. ,twnt7'mibuts .,.. I, a hand-to-hand encounter with. tha. from any of the European countries and his small polite renewed the prisoner of the company I don't kno.. .'

:'t c..C.fH bear which had doubled on the dogs and from "all sections of the United threw him Into an automobile what Impelled me to take the monev.' .
a"ntl'III..4.iat) ) .
_ n'ta- eoIl"' _D-c1-come..back..on..t1 ..hunters. '
I'T, . -r' aeat ....... -Stateho-wIsh-te-make-their-homes- .Bjn41>ndeaU.jH> edjtothecity" and Five pllnute.Jar'ter.Jl was in miQ'
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....: One blow of bears broke
the.
.... ...-- I. paw to the Atlanta,
with tower
,. .. These two diseases are the result of an us to assist in the developmentof . where" the ..neKro session I ould gladly have put It'
X \ .b WLOOOLAZMAKESAIVDSFLLS awful. poisoned condition of tbe blood. If the pn In two. and beTnt the barrel. our resources and the advancement >---wa. placed In a cell. back. I have always lived
MORE MEM' *3.BOSHOf.f PlAN I you bays aohlng Joint and back. shoulder The fight was so fierce that Arnold an upright t,
ANv- OTHER MA"UFADTURER. blades bone palna, crippled bands, legs' or had to wait several minute before he) and multiplication of our varied en, George Moore the husband( the life amido not know what posBeed, )|
': $lnnnn IIEWARD to...y....""-. .. fe..t, swollen muscles shifting sharp .terprl e. and 'industries. Be It fur negro's Victim counselled forbearai.04 me to take (he'money." '\ '
Iwuu I dlepre..thli ..-. biting pains and that tired. dlsoouraged dareg to rUk a-ahot .for fear of killing ther"Resolved on the of '
pan the
-I-. --W. 1..011OI..50" she. .. ksve fey their. e.. feeling. of rheumatism or-tbet.JiawHog. his companion. Orsborn finally citizens and his When asked by. the judge as to the: ..
I eesMtMt.--t.17II.schlsvcd msy flta'... ../. .sb._.I0..C spitting blurred eyesight. deafaeas, slok, .beggediim to shoot anyway, aa ha That we repudiate and Bonn later made the name, pies for whereabouts of the rest of the money,
tbe $
.KM tatb ........ they largest are tint 1s.j.. ..SJ.tO.>d .. stomach eons throat headache noises. la the head' mu- ''.said ha would...rather be shot than denounce pe untrue any and all rumors the law to take Its course, as they had he ..Idi: c '.,
.discharges decaying teeth ,
aitf time....tturt..tstas east. yam price." .00 II I te told.oo-.Iie. take*..s&y Into, .bad breath belohlng ra* of catsrrh, take, killed by lIMr. Fortunately Arnold and..landera that may have previously! promised the sheriff thut "I know ro more about It than an i

,, =: tmctvrr.et Bracfcten. M...., the Urrsst ta Botanle. Blood Balm (:& B. B.), It kill the was .abla'to bit, tb* bear the bullet been' circulated to the effect that the the prisoner would not be harmed, other maD hi thla court." .j,
.d..e CM rsofM.I., .,.&g ttmmW poison la the blood which eausea tbeae awful
__ A i 'od VIMI *b.cai.Ith wMck every .symptoms clviag a 'Just glaring1' Orcborn's .stat, aad lbs south Is unfavorable to honest and ;
= healthy blood '
t .* DaMRtu sfca.*U: .444. .osM yre : Industrious WILL BENEFIT : ; I
yen nirftee white
the Immigrants.
1 .l.< ...10 slMt* the apply to lolat astd muedue _embiM combatanta'rolled overon the grouad. WHOLE SOUTH.Manufacturers' YELLOW: JACK IN HAVANA,
WkMW.L.JDMi bust
.. .. Ie,...._.Id. ,are,, wont**, rheumatism and makes a perfect cure ot the Tbs bear-wa*.one onthe blggast erer "Wrierea.:.the president' ot.the United : .- '.- CUSf- ,.
M1(MM *hW yea tfcWilnWthe or foulest catarrh. ,
-' 4 *aisis eisJe ta s fartory ai>4 MMWS H etawf Cure. where. all .1. fail*. Blood Bslat" killed ,la 0 ... y S0 WMiM .. . why Dwctas (B. B. B.) Is composed M pure Botaal' tar, Chronicle. < .the psssage of.certain changes lanta Exposition In 1910. th.11
aj.se.1..._t morm .. mk., why tlMy. IwM. gredlentsv for HospitaU-Dr. Gultsras In Charge. ,f,,,
'. tkMlr saese.JMt.Wtor. wear to _. sod arsTMtir .< .proves. the good digestion weak cure kidney dyspepsia.i Imi A -- 'In the -present Immigrationt_ _---n- __.. __ The Manillacl, rers'- - n R.n.t___._ ",vua.rn.>iui"ft._ An examination at Havana: Satu-rda'l
z istrlaslc vsht thea. .ear. th .43)5 \ perfect Ionic for old folk by ... The Kalaei'a Tip. this country with a view 'of m.klng'"It ulates the south'thatAtlanta with of 3
bee oe tae SMrk.t..-..,. ct..I.h. a Spaniard who I* Una one of the
-. c <.MT... ': L. O+""ft.. ffftHtm",f ecto.,....I.. for new. rich,;pure blood. Thoroughly tasted The' Kalaar Is popularly :supp).sd more. difficult for the pauper. and that remarkable Intutltlon which city .hosplUls.:.developed the fact that|
",,- .2..0. 02.ofI; '...,. .....,a thirty yean. Druggists" '! pet large criminal classes throughout its .
.I. 4I ..........&.1I.IKI..7..D bottle with complete direction for home io""ba eoonomlcaJl It ia not".aerall,. to enter-our country.'Reaolved whole history ha, en, he bad 'jeiiow ,fever. .Thismakej
-CAUTION.-I..I.. spas b.1'I"If W.J.Dnug. i. .. mire. ,Bample free and prepaid by witting known thai'ha pushed hla principles by this conference oj' abled It to do the right thing at the three cases so 'far under treatment;
<.. .Ii ... Twe no ''''''tI;nt.. Xone .sulni. i Wood Balm Co.,' Atlanta,.Gs Deaeribe representative of right time plans
itao l kit MKt ... I trouble of _IIOIDto absolute ntggardllnea men the south Thilt.we to hold southern I Dr. la
;# nsme prioe -*PM|om .- vaffTANTICn. 1 aad special free. .medlosl ..11'1.' ., Outteras who .In charge of ''hel
!: A slios l desist In.*.ry. tow.wbere I sent In sealed letter.. It'wlll be' remembered that ha visited ,. hereby endor.e'aOd, approve these xpoaltloojn. 1910. -The very sugges .yellow fever hospital. I. veryhopeful, .
(W. 1. O Miliu' tUtuut :
f < are not sokU Full line at tion of I 'S-
_ '. recommendation such
-lauspi......U"J..eIlooa._"... ..... : 'The word .!"banquett formerly._ :.meantoVssert. Coticiaatld3& some time back ,and and'feqIJPRt all df.tha' a plan should stimulate that the Spread of the fever, will be
-0 Viul ./.,.tfiliti uttti t/ut.mill..,vsr traMy." I . was received with -QDenmplect"mag- -senators and representatives' jpot .opl): Iheupeople-: Atlanta but checked.. : 4 J"
lWp"nlno: _i..d Cstalog of rail 8tUa, 'to alflcance and InnndataJ with ,riandaoma the southern states to aid In securing The people of the entire
The
theyaffjl
health
( : south
to
T 'v.L. O lI .::,.:' I I .1 i. .1 I ll >.i. .1.4 ,11 MI. _* iiOsM ) .w.ot. ..' O..t..ie Coatalsi Mereery.smeronry 'W"_ Ostarrk. '1'111\. preeent. During his 'stay 'in the passing of such amendments to an appreciation, ofbe: magnificent op-1 certain that the disease entered, H"

the Ottoman capital the mperor'. existing Immigration laws as will tend portunity which such ,
I an
wld surely destroy the senteo exposition ] vana .la a mild fpfm from' the,Jnlt"
smell and 4ompl4 ..ry derange the whole*y.. 'alde-di5-camp ,waa Instructed by his .to obtain the objects sought. wlU present: / Ststeend' ,Mexico.. '(
tern when entetinc It taroos-a the muoous Imperial master to, dletflbut .such a t .J.L.,
MsMeBHisssMs wsi i>
saa *
B sM .
urtaees*! Buck.rU.ol..boa1411..r........ gifts 'aa 'were uoal .:..
among1
the .
.... .r. : '
AMENDMENT :
,. .pt on pnsedpcloa*(roa reputable phy." BADLY DEFEATED.: \; BIG BLAZE IN PENSACOLA.Vlsmas ,
alcla.cs.as tIM dss1,-.ibsy will do I.tea fold rants attached 'to' _'"his person. Ha'offered -4 jf -S--- GRAY. VETERANSGATHER.. ?, ,." ,
-1 14 I to th. good you ODD possibly derive from.' 'a dollar to the head.coach: ;Effort --:0.: .. "' J
them. .JstU"\ Oatarra Oars, maniitaetated map, The'latter/wHbout/ .' t _to Djsfranchls* Negroes 'W Host of Old ', ;Swe..p fiuslne** Block; gtit., *
!. by If,3. Cnmey.A Co.: Toledo. O.: contain* 'amomsotibe.Itatloar.tur.I : .e_ MaryU'nd a Great Fiasco .1''' GsorglaWarrors. Aa I,
omereury, and t. taken letenDl ,.. aotlait . .IL-The, Tatler.' Late 'returns mbleln Macon ,fori'>Rtunlon.; :, : ins Heav/; Loss.*.
directly upoa the blood and i i J- :' dissipate much of> the
mueoo sartacescttb..y.t. t. i < Fire 'Toesdiy'utgit Pensaeotsjj!
Wednesday : ; i In
.. $ ,
k .. In bnylag Hall's Catarrh Cure'b If' doubt aa to the'result of Tuesdays afiMacon-Ga., marked .
ar'* iret therenuUe. .. .. 'EXACTLY sd.- the'beginning ,FIL. :' :loss ofoverlOP.pOOjThe
: ternaUy.yon aad Jt taken la. ., [election l In Maryland.. With a'le\ of possibly one of' the ; enta.llod a ; ;
',..SCusrks 5.55.4.5)..t.f.. made la TOle"". Ohio, by Jt.. "Pa," said HttU WlUlal :who ,had greatest reunion evef flr*> '"
.iIus b .ii.4-I. puss l.Bold Cheney by *. Co. Teatbaoal.fne.. . *' ,bean 'reading a."'c"", .toravadreftlernaat >I:precincts .of one, of the uluid44nf.t{ J { ..tboi.confederate f Witnessedby: : br6ka'o't,a< 11MJ. ., a.touthe' ; ; ,
Vrggf.tspile. veteran
7e. boti is. _
per ocratlc county to h afxfrom'the'deeat : comprising prioolpaf block of the"city,'

1 -Take., Hall' faintly rr- 'Pills' '-for-'- .constipation.ToVwonl ----.. .: ,, -, ,whaImportad'* : .. aDd. '7 domestier .. / 6k'\pfOpO-r, suffrage? rastrleUooanendm -_ people the state division.'in'the ,',.More,", than J.OOO) alafOx'." -'. "'", .,, < '..

aL : 7maale ': formerly'm.antl.pt'o .. : ( nt by.i8.000 to.29.000.U. were cltrio:atle.-i tli*' In :-tha section burned tha lstdrea
"A servant .::&ir ." replied P.roQlPt11 .. ... . .. axarolu .
J Plrsa.flw % " -;;: .. -- '
ml laattertleaa -- .
Trsst s aa aasl a Indicated.1-. < -v .of.t ,'itM'" ,' .' al' _
; la "
; 'tb '
AeI ar.1IooatSd.
y .
- tc Ik *>ava>a oa V .,"" 1 -- .",I at! .. I f ," with. ,the O.caolaOlub.; .
.. rJ.
-t "jic .. ,
k : *iS> **- 'J'P"" "" 1.'f'_.."" .<., ,"".,. ........ .- -- -- ; -'I'_. .. .L._ ': , ]i '. -';..-
,
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- 'f'r 't :' ."' ; . ,>f. ..."' '" ,' "I"ltttJ'4, ."tJ!, .," ':0.,...'"",,...,.,',,','"'.','','r.f' fh '."" r ', ,,f.'I,,, .I,:roo' .'.'' "'v 4Tf",?t.I/! _____

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y; ''U1T. prestntJAt..lne,1twai. ------ . jf'l '
THE' .held.ihat' no '

service could be rendered the dept' ABLOOgrMlimifIR : : t, M bluing.With ."r'fla,,..Jo'Clf.. ..
beyond the grave This-erplatne tire.rea.on WORKSHOPSi
tht ELOQUENT SUNDAY SERMON B7 for embalming the dead During dlhnern, ?. the ,Umperor, ,coa- ,, bDIRECTIROM
Sacrifice I In 'his liveliest With'
Occupied a most Important verses manner
THE REV.- C., Lr PALMER.. ; place among the Semites. And there I the:'gtlest* ot',honor pear, him and

... are trace of human sacrifices 'which : Fiercely' In Streets of when: ))& rises the whole party of men ,." tti, 01 510a

.uW.ett A*.....:WoKlncton. ........ under been ,_offered the ChclsUan: dlipeitatlon,have, ,, f ronstadt .. betake ttsWmaelres' to the smokingioomwh -
R la
1. .;' Semites ilvingin only tribes by heathen.or clam:bad The a : Ei se <, :; re blackl"foteej'. served..' +tsTA

y t local deity to whom they offered sacrl .I 1 Here begins ,what (\1. known' as".tbe 73h tt
N. T. The:
following tern flee H. ' cercle-fat. bonrf.
lilt at the table and partook / Austrian the 4
fills Worship"and elOQuent.was preached aermon Sunday GD "Ancient In the of the slain animal fa,: / W % 'ALMOST ATtcZAWS! DOOR Emp.J\Or talks In tarn|toQ} every onepresent

TKF The primitive' Hebrew stage. -aljout personal blags ,(
ju-formw! Church of the Comforter ty period oi
the pastor the Rev.. O. L. Palmer. Dr. nomadic epoch coven, white the tbe patriarchal, and I -,...... vutagmM" .w? .' ._ ,- ,. rent events. He likes the fraahee: relines -
people were : g" '
: "
I'nlmer. said: : and lau ,ba!>wlth!
grett-JoTlmlty
till ,, ;
wandering about' It la not Revolt' Breaks. Out .
..hat aorprising .Suddenly, Troop!
History discloses the worship to discover ? at witty aajlles.Fortnerry .
of tbe New Teatamentnot the creation resemblance 'between many.tbj perlod, points and of Are Called.., Machine. Guns Play Fraas Josef devoted 'two

of tbe later dlwpeasatlori, but I.1 the preceding. They were just emerge !' <.and"Man/Rfotra A et.wd' . hours to his family alter lunch, 'but,

pro-Pas Ins from the ancient darkness Into the I H k' i stne.tbyaintui death of his. only I
later: day God bad J : r Down. 'w,. r !7g
assigned them"leaders : t the; Crown. Prlnoe"itU'Sblph, and ckle
r son t
F.pecting the time of lt% Inception 1* whose work 'It was to ''lead' ,j' "? ......-4.J 'Ii. aasudnation'of I IS
Hint It.la aa old a* tbe human family, them' into the) his. nmprevs at t
the but II
truth
which confirm tbe belief that religion. slow to follows' .- they-,. 'were. A St. Petersburg speckl says :. It Oeaeva, coupled with the marriage ot 'In

ami life'Inseparable. < Being nomads they appointed worship k 1*,repor'te&\! that''a'"'maseacrejoccurrel" his two oa.ni'biers, --e leads..,.a, Tery '

Three principal I. element constitute wherever they w>re; There;""was' at KrOnaUdt: Wednesday,. night' ani solitary life for''\the gfeater. parrot f i
religion; worship, doctrine and life*. no temple' tabernacle or ark. A-rude the year.: la summer |kawewsRyhe i
Worship Is tbe attitude of the individual altat erected out of the'stone of the that, the lhfantryw using machine guns makes his way to his lovely vllla at
nation '
toward It.
;. trine or III I the abstract formation deity Doc. ground' was their temple. Iu Jacob's fired on tb.j people.. The British en>, Ischl in tbe beautiful: lstkirntnet :
truthtgtn family here tauud-tenapbm or boose _ _ __ _ 24
definition and bar ,'lias'. gut and here be la snrrouaded by his
\ conception Life holdgtxlf. -- +sy requerated! ,.jQeneral Trepofl.
Is .Hie. ronduct that I.I presupposed' to Sacrifice ,still retained. the soclal"-l A' protect tine 'British. subject at daaghter<"tnd tbelr children. It 1 iii ?.31
co'uforni to one' belief Which shall j tf'Ct.o) that It' then this pathetic old'man la
meant little
La 'prominent la determined more than a- Kr _taclt. .... %. i '-- xas yT d-
pore by family gathering at which the local' happiest playlqg grandfather' with, M /
the spirit. of the age. deity was prevent.. However by this : A dllPatch' toga news 'agency) lit. the babies; 'Ukink 'walka with them o

"natural Since religion we Is must both look'natural' beyond and tbe au God time of Jehovah the Hebrews.was recognized, oilier acts as :the of, I London. from St. Petersburg says Bail and, forgetting for,* brief aeaaon air
tile trials, suffering'' mlafoKnaM
former for tbe channels of revelation.' worship 8ucb'' or. of.the squadron at Kron '-."" '
as and Russian t .
prarer.'ows -l at'I'Ia'.n .
All crentlon la .disappointments: which life has .pl.lrf k BTDViHI M4 K ek: CkalMS \
one harmonlona doxolOgy dreams SJIl Ulr .**
were observed." amid ,
( C'baho.
teethe Creator, but Ills works do ''TII.re'"ev"ry.' few If. 'hymnsat stadt mutinied overpowering their- ,, brought ..hlRLPearson's} Monthly: ,for :tat HoiM i.o {; . \.7..a sjeua N U bi tit ('halt. ):ma la IEtell1M ,
any : 6F.: 3rtis.s.s.
,
not give us all 'tho'Information re- this time. 'The law had not been officers; and landed and' attacked the October.J. I .1. Nv'd NulQ44IM'; ; .t.M ..p..rl. .prrl.dm ..,. '' ... JI..
.
d for the true worship, of God. folly compiled and limited = : C ...ti :: :.: Ay..ro.a. ....:..... .. .d slaw: nlA(Jo.M Links"
a literature shop, public buildings and ,,,, S
spirit !
Accordingly God has .,. . ,- Uold 1,10 1-.1 ,.. 1-... ..... >ld.. rt
appointed certain 'III. Tbla : : ...
dlvl.lontntroducea,, us to a ,eu ttlarllnalUlvar.pros ea hi Ut..o.ef. : : .... affr rja.
ones to communicate' will. The the Canaanltlsh state.Great change stories,, >w ,, .. In 1S05 tbe world. bad cot singleetrn Stnllnf'SUvtt &...." Cap .. ._ .
prophets were a rise chosen'' to InMruet took pla'durlntr:' .bis epoch because Later resorts only magnify'' lbe'.ho"-, >vhipon the ocean a single mlM\ "'" !."" ,. '' ' r '1'ud"t.. .... ) .a
the people In the diameter and the people of,, Israel discontinued their tti'e :_-\ '' :rof rallwayjoniland. ;"a"single span of t.1f\ ,=,*" : ; :: i I'' r. ihr:ie: 0; 100nr -.c: =j::
requirements of God .Their teachlngr nomadic lite and aettled down: in the ror of altuaU l1 The mutiny' waa ..elegcapIJUpOll the""'continents,'or a M1111. Rur' '' 4\\ oW Nil, 'N:1'tJ.. 1. :tr ...' p.a" .... J'I1wr

are called the "word" of. O od. Race promised land among tribes of foreign, complete.. -'ccprdlncto: : the )atest reports ; Hnitle fooi..ot, cable. ,\> neath "tb. == : ': :e Nil Rubraraa,.Nrli.:tllar :: :1t 1 M..f

uttered' proverb, riddles and dialoguesvWle faith.' "'e naturally find that the, Chosen ., not only the sailors, but, the ,;ocean. ?':"* ., lamotod.Ogre_..Ioid__Th. _Yaar'.a.ntry.-dr_, l.....-.. a:....... :_... m..r..II!: Ws_S.- \
priests gave Inatrvctlon In thefarm people Buffered no little contamin garrison ot some of the torts Joining -r 'c :\ y ,. .i w .Yi..ivtM'l..n:MU i' ----r, ; Ita.w.et .
of law, which, recognised distinction z6e.,thou ask ItTMiMt I-h..; all waaava (.htrd Pf rcmr.=:.:::
no yon f ;
anon of whicltaubaequent.bisloryl.evidence. ; ." From .. ...... o71 JI!
In the Insurrection '',- ' '_ THr -t from Warkahop Bortnir < .he proSu tk. :5.l-1
'* :
wt=
between clvte I and religious ,RAISED"TR OM"A OUTH:8ED.- Fur t*iraari vabavatna B aliwr..a maUlo u..umy ...t 1 u.tw*' ..:. .
= .
life. The few 'aoldlors and sailors whoremain' la all parta of Ihi postal U filtered places Increased In number: ;. want of art..... ,....\lrr mrf''___wb t.-4e..h.JwVA** dft.lklrr.t
rj._.... ..'l.r.1tle., j
forms .to\J&1at'.n Bfr. Pieta, ,09* _.uSe.a. . __ .
Kotvtlthetandlng and hnblts and the worship of, Baal flourished. loyal, night agaln't .er d_ .- pea_apvs_P.w- "RI NOW.I .
lime undergone many radical cuanireK.there It seems to be a time of degeneration tbe mutineers and, the workmen who j Mas M._ \V' .lt Thro. '1'..... I BAm -NOIt.TH COMPANY 32O: EaMxSa-eet/SaJmB,' Mass,

are certain feature* of worrblpthat for the worship of Jehovah wan cor enlisted under the banner of revolt. K. E. Pitts. 00 ITatboway,8t.. Show '

remain essentially tbe fame. rupted. The, ark containing the two Barricades were; .tbroWft The began Me., says;' "8_ year :ago
: up. report SONS CO.
There baa always been a certain plaPn tables of stone wall transposed front iny back acted and J.S.SCHOFIELIJ'S, :
dedicated 16 the service of God. With that machine guns were used Is ,
ODe plate to another linages were 1 war so run defru ,
UK It la the (church but In tbe.eailj erected to represent the deity" and the; apparently confirmed. that I was laid up MACON, GEORG : t, ,,

limes It was the temple aynngognc Urlm 'and Tbummlm, were employed, The Maxim gun Bred> all Wednesday four months. :1_
tabernacle altar or ern" .. to"f'rtaln' the mill of God. ; night and Thursday morning tbe had night sweatsaudfaotisg ENGINES '
A ccrtalu number. of men' are denllonte.l Kacrlflce was regarded as communionwith
to the work of the atroeta! were flooded with blood. The spell j
Christian min the deity., The burnt offering
'Iatr)'. but In the earlier days there assume to barebeen used.more than any number of dead amt wounded. runs and dropped to 00 BOILERS '

wore priests and, prophets who labored other. Pralt"r.'ow.*, visions, were far into the hundred. c L pounds,, The urine

for the .elevation ,of mankind. At.. atlll observed. while sorcery waa. losing J..ater two regiments of Cossacksand passed every few TANKS _i __ 1r
nil I earlier time the father of a family Its. hold. the Imperial Horse guards were 1 1 $ minutes with In ______ =
,
or head one of a tribe .r cluu<< conducted Having discontinued their wanderinglife dispatched to Kronstadt from St. Pe' .r i. tense pain and TOWERS: "
the worsblp. they observed the Hnbbath, the looked like blood.
Sacrificial offerings bank. been .dip feasts of tbe moon and ot harvest., It teraburg, and a regiment of ,Uhlans V..' Dropsy net iff and .

continued among Christians, bpoauiw npneara. however. that they were not were sent 'there'from OranleQ .um, .. the doctor. decided live. STACKS _
I could not
the Lord .J..", ,. Christ has ben. sacrificed free from corruption. few miles west of Pet. of. Altogelher ...
once for oL It was not *o In Music and dancing bad Its place and- .", My wife"'got me using Coin's Kidney '.. nanufacturers'of of and Dealers In _
about :
20,.000. troop are ellg&ced:11.\: '
Pills, and as they helped me ao I took. '
the distant past. It was Ilicu be. It I I. said of David ai a later time that: '
HereiMhat the fellowship between God he danced There were hymns such quelling the Insurrection heart, kept on and was cured so thoroughly .HIGH' GRADE HACHINERY

and. Ills people was. fostered by sacri. a. the exodus song, the song: of De According to some reports, the sail& that I've been well three years" Prices and'Specifications' request 2TCt
.
lice' Tbe. occasion was not unlike asocial I borab and tbe tong of Hanuab.. I..we'" ors''and strikers were finally surround Sold by all dealer BO cents a box.. upon. ,,. ,

meal In which tbe pod of the were assuming form as tbe outgrowth ed. but would not, surrender' Both Foster Mllburu Co., BuSalo N.,Y. 4S *, '

clan or family partook of the repast .of custom. They were not written byMose aides have, been. losing,,,htavU! ). The ::
with Its member While the original. *. but compiled. formulated by troopS:' lost eight .officers killed or e11 ANTI-GRIPiME t
idea communIon with the deity tens
him. .
The M IlrMI." of ,Fish*
paramount; sacrifice did,not assume IV. The prophetic stafte. This period . wounded. Other reports nay'the.lrh ', atE MY ,
religious, 'to' the andare All nsh+are more or lees migratory! ; ,' !. GVAaAJlfTJr.Jr.D.TO CVsXK K.
its full .1"IIIIcaQcetoUl per la no railed because of the numberof lana deserted mutlneera..
fectedIn the temple ritual; Olbrr prophets whd'*rclsed a inqst now ,fighting against tbe Imperial though the extent and range, aa well ANlIfMIpItJN ( GRIp, BAD GOLD, I 10..111.1 IEIU&;&'.


T acts of worship such'ems ,,prayer end ,wholesome Influence on the life of the troops. ; = aa the causes of their migrations re-' rot ._hidtr.ai ................leal........._..__..... ......J A .
q t. can .0. 'v *.es. itri >>0. ewJUI.
the vow, have ever occupied an Important ' people.' This was) done by teaching a mats _awJalle' obscure. 'it'Is'' believed. .. fr. .. ___ ,,,
.
... The Inhabitants of Kronstadt are T.. j>'-*, >>. ilaauf .rIar.J''...,
.
.
.
.11. ninslc. .nl'lt
(God
place of
aa
enlightened conception
more ., for,Jaatance, that,, the aumm.rherring ""Y l : I . I '. .
IP The boats to3t. Peter"burghave .
times dream.,' sorcery and, dancing.. '. Samuel David Elijah Kllaba. Isaiah av panic. : comes and goes with .". ,
Worship presuppose a time for the and Jonah -were among' those1 4vh. stopped running. and telephone fishery a
service of'"'God. 'In tbe remotepast raised the standanfof llvlnar.' and telegraph .communicationhave r the' annual ebb and 9ow'of-time; great LOOK '

when tbe 'people* lived wandering The,high places were atlll used tor b.en.severedti: Atlantic Inflow, which weeps round the
life. It was not possible to have a particular the worship, of Real and at one time north"of' Scotland:: ,.grows*ln Intensity INSID ''fp .
time and place, but wben they, the worship of Baal and Jehovah were Both Count Witte and the emperor :through 'the winter .until, early spring .

nettled down to agricultural three consolidated. At the time of Davhtthe have made anothen .urrendf>r. General . ;:'and then subsides until autumn. BetterSee'''
feasts Instituted" the covenant taken to Je baa been' removed from ,
were eve Jn ark of the was Trepoff Plaice move quickly Helncke'records 1 1 1M
spring another, In the early summer rusalem.' and the temple was. completed the powerful'position;which he 'occu the el ji'MI '
antninn two"which (traveled .about eighty. .: : ''That .I". s 'sShoesVoarDeaerWa
which :
and the third In the corresponding in the' day of Solomon pied, that of 'governor'general of St.. :
to out modern Kuster, jvute- produced' a more .orderly system of ', 'eight miles, 'twenty-e'gU! days or ftstv1N1Y011'
cost and thanksgiving. ,, worship. Idola Worship without hymns and aonea IsInconceivable. nor." however, entirely superseded. for the Interior' ,* ,and Russia's premiers, miles a day and' twenty mltei' -Aro os Good aftfio t..: f

It we were deprived we "read of golden, e.lve.at Bethel halve agreed to Immediate universal J forty-three days: Dr. k''ulton"hna' observed J' ,."

of nome of our favorite It would ,and U1IcaL. auffra'ge. f. Utat. adult, plaice ....Immln.In.ua.ly'ID ' .'
potent
madethe
destroy one of tbe most motivesof The completion of the temple Clover Brand 'Shoes :
worsbU Tbe psalm were just a* most perfect organization and development : ; the !large spawning pondat ,. .. ,

precious to tbe aucents| a* the modern of the, priesthood Imperative. BALLOT BOXES, IN, STREET. tile 'Aberdeen ,taboratoryi'may '" \

hymns are to us, and. exerted the *nmeInfluence. ' To this'time distinction was move: 100 to 140, feet per minute, or lxvrt Jnapetr'. a. 1' C a'
known belwet'n church and state but Sepsatlonal Developments;; In Contest considerably, over ,a mile, aa ,hour. .
The most reliable scbolnra are'of time the division of the monarchy In t 7<.5' Over' Election In New 'York. Many of the gibes perform considerable :

conviction bat the legal code, of the produced complete. separation.The The contest over, the mayoralty migrations' from 'and toward the ,*::.Sit In-ighl.$4Sli e ;;
Old Testament was not the result of a. acts worship continued about :
single authorship..but the work of a. the ..me.. ,In.the preceding period,' election In New York, "inaugurate: areas where they are normally. -most, .

redactor who compiled existing traditions except that certain: "restriction were by William'Randolph lI..rat-tho municipal "abundant.. Thus witches' ,and, me- j FOR M. E .. ."'u;.
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and document. This la more iu Imposed. Sacrifice was offered to establish ownership candidate, develop. grhna 'appear, to migrate ,southward ," -... w .. ,. ,-..".- ,-.,4t..1. ...",I)(1 "
harmony with. the method God employs communlorwith God: Therewas ed Interesting and spectacular feqturns and eoaatward
to accomplish Ills purpose, and some human sacrifice. Praying to waters in winter,, withdrawing again
la certainly explanatory of the, way God was becoming a pleasure, and For Thursday.twelve hours" boxes containing before the spawning ,eSBOn. It Is Interesting IP.: ,,YOU. ,, DEALER- .SAYS' -NO. *' WIUTE'Iis.,. :, '
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that our'Bible took form.It town were made by Nauirltes Ora- '
should be born A.In mind that It I. Glee and dream "er.'rerarcled; aa chan. nearly 500.000-ballots-"cast In to note bat Jbe ,turbot I. w
notmy purpose to present the Ideal vela* through ..which Jehovah communicated ' Tuesday's1! election choked the street one of the most prolific: of sea flakes. WtrtI1'!n 1i1Ltrt.I *,ljiJt: QIa9v:

'. worship of.lbe Ntw Testament; but to III* revelation. Sorcery was In th '*lc/nlty/ of tbe headquarters ot The number, of egga In nve-apeclmana MMtlr MNINOQ .xO4.vsiviavrser. > t wM
the of ) development against the protests of the examined Mr. Fulton varied from ._' .-
study court religions practiced by
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the''' board of elections. In Sixth"avex LOUIS:u. t>. A.
that culminated In tbe service. of prophet caaptlatlonband. wa* In proof -' """ . _..." " 6eiJ,000 to 10,115,000. The heaviest ,
the Christian church. In fo doing we c *s the priest DUe. j ofL the' specimens weighed' 'onll.tweatGne '
shall encounter many thing that art were'cmpjllug: law The; ballot_ boxes' h.d been, gathered ,a, : Daily THE:

-- ,mUt'bbelowtb..Clarl.tl.lI.tancJartS. / _'1'b8-4UJtad.of..1be.IProp.h.. Coward' ; during_-the night by* the police ... pOIIDd.LoDdoU__ TRIPOP PAINTS
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but we may not on lbM-account existing condition will help us appreciate and conveyed In patrol ", .&O-t the "

Ignore them; alnce they ,ore ;.necessary our .jlbeme. and make Its ape'plicatloit election board, headquarters. 'There t. 'OIITLTALL: OTERS. ;
to illustrate the progrenssln which we -
have now occasion rejoice.. The prophets considered the blab the officials-! refused to :,receive; the FROM' TEXAS. -\ Price' r..fsts--and; Color(Cards'free, '
The evolution of worship la too vast place aa ballot boxes And the police, acting under '... Cnf_. Knot. torn Ik*. &... Star '* r
a theme to cover In one discourse.we lie of the mint on.They'maintainedthat ,a' court order signed
shall therefore .confine.pnr ,atten-, the temple was" all they requiredfor compelling the-po11od) authorities : I ,. .' . ,.. . .. GA.
lion to Its ecrlieat 'phases. c tbe worship of the true God. 1 to". turn 'the tit,otaot.r3ro, : I>>. the From 'a beautiful farm down "In ONB':OOOD POINT. -.J j
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I. The ancient Semitic worablcThis : "Tbe. prophets In.l.ted'uPGr, purity MALSBY : ()
antedates tbe religion of Israel life among. tbe' pcoople of election board;had nwjrlns; to do but Texas, where.. guahag'eytrings unite to "\Yao bis hying'mubtao a, ''soar'' 'i ieeasr1' 1 r. & 'Co.; ''f/1;
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and contain practice that weald snot cially tbe priests. It sppea from riot ,.remain outside find: await ,the: pleasure form babbling. brooks tbat wand. thetrsparkling -.. ' _

be endured by the church ef Christ. recordstbat tbe sacred ofBce ,was of'the "election ofltcisia. way through flework':'before. 'I' '41. t Sooth Forsytb St.,,4l"t.,Bi.kP .- ;<

4" ,though we must not forget that time entirely free from corruption.further Apprised of tbe' situation, the at. cornea a hole of'gratitude Jor ileilvcryfrom ILpl.tllr\enovcb': 'uj,.u>,hurt."-Ufa."
-anPbvlstUa.Japd.ALArlbla.Fna. .. They Insisted .upon the I true Itorneys for Hearst appeared'' befoni tbe coffee habit - ,f: : :'

I that mother tit, religion: The Semitic!. worship of the bearK .vVhilo admitting -' Justice Dickey of 'the, state supremo' "When uiy baby.boy came to ui! Ore IVIOZLEY'SLEMON I'!r. '......''-:
fuuilly has world tbe two the place of forms they contended .
giventhe yesrsago" I began,I to "|rlnki PostumFood I r
earliest known forms of civilisation: ; that the forma must be spiritual. court and secured from -Mm- au order Coffee<< ,, hating ,n .feeling'Ihet': It ELIXIR:
and tbe compelling John'It, Voorhees. the ra raj
Egyptian: and Babylonian ,ised.: ? would 1141 l better' for Jiliu and 'life' than t
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three highest and Mohammedanism.In faith. Judlasm. Cbrlftlnnlty The .._rd,of Kam.tsi....' } 'l'IeKldp.Dt of,the board of elections, tt'crept' the old kind of','drug-ladeu) ..coffee I '-A suet eras ram= ,j j

the earUesJL perlOCb..ll. t' and .1lf..- .... Christ met' multitudes of men. In the ,ballots. ,The order waicerved waa' not disappointed'' Iu Ir, for,It.enabled CONSTIPATION. '*IILIOU.Nr.. L 1
." ,, .wit 'Pror ptl/-and the-ballots then amall-dellcste aed .n dt..rd.n .45%. Ct..rb cad. .
('on.t mitrt a very oalgnlBCantpartot: Jericho one de,. But ao, far aa. ; 1)) a woman, to ', Pon.able and h
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I w U aoa. a koMW star., Mum. Otaltcaarl ,
worship Then the emphasis..'wa* upon know liea'pickttl' out only two-for sere receipted ,.Tor byij.be! electloi) nurse a 'bounclug liealthy" baby'. 14 . '
the forms.. The ninonnfof one'a. icll- special blessing; The reason was that board.Charges. nionius, --- Engines; Boilers

glon,was-cstlmated by his devotion to : tlleae' two;'were the most In earnest : Jli\t) {several: :jbaHot-"jboxeii I "1' have, .In\4!;*! continued the. sue ot*'I' ; ,

ceremony' It woe not Until a very' Bnrtlmena would,be beard, though others had beeniTr.iolen before tbe .retort, Poatum, for'l hove grown fond of It, '. 'Saw'' Mills,'i.AN0.4LLJIN03OF <..
.. much later time that doctrine and tried to bush bla rolcel Zaccbeusj dlkroiered SLOANSLINIMENT s .;
Jerri(reported and thattotheriiwe',. and have to IUI'JoY that.It I '
- practice'were given. tbe'attention theydeserve. I would see, though/ the crowd overtopped has, rutirely.relieved me, of a-blllloua :-. : MACHINERY 'X
rewards tQund jinaooled were,made the ;
: earnest ess. Awvague del ., cd.r""c habit which tisrd' lnprostrateme.,two ,, d r , ,,0.rla., Hae Carr.d tie .look Jae t,. '
The Investigation the el
At this time there were *u* states or of day. ot{ <9 f'O
r close,to Christ; mbat'thJrougtt or .lbre< limes a year causing: much ''IXMZDUf'I'DELJYEEyi3a5Ya '
'to- us ,
nations. The people were joined i Ire will never bring tlod promlWto bet thai j .
cether In'families. tribes ,,'or, clans.TI.ry << must beta earnestPreabyterlan.. discomfort to my family. find, ailfferlni/, hta.ryL.w..1r1.NSadBaM'hNNWrite'a''hir'tatalo' t
xve n"utlllnt'neri{ Ygrkl4lkt"t '
bad mo. nbltUng place, but Jouriiuyed : 1 sHow ;vl. t e'ttT'' ) ? f1'f.tfl. to myself; !
from place, to place to furnish I o..ril.; ,gas XVMra>*4 r.t I.....- tl < l" h! f ''Hi t'C'' 1 ''t', "My ',brotUer-In-laW+ waa :cured "of CURES Leoa. ..... ...00.1 eta; bdo..Juy, l't.> . ; ,4,., 1 1'r" .
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date rattle'wltb'paaturage.: The, :pod found something within me'would .tbat MARKED WIT CROSSES. chronic couatlpatlon by.leating off the ,..r.aura .a ...1 I ?
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*>t the,+* ai.IIn- i not be aweet and patient and '?'W. ' .tfl .1.:.11Ut:::: QE$ t1Orrat'Mas.aor.'ef'Jews old kind of coffeeandssiug,rostuxi. SWihe Disease :h. aliens, tltnwbl.eq Uk? ....../{ ",.
rector, who,ctetermlu d; their iirospcrIty '' could to keep it II.,baa ; .' ,
,. '' "' I kind. "I did 'whit.I by become'eren'fnorefog4ol7t ::.Mrl .tt: :
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,'" or adversity. beworsblpsd down,: but It ,iva*' there. I besought, ;jfiil than be waa of the old coffee 2=H6g Cholera :! 1\ t '."\ 'sad N.. "I
Each- tribe had Its'rolt'wi could .to,do ometttln*; and ( ,"In foot;.tbe entire family, from' tbe" ,' ? ... cE -' '' .... f.aaaie.e.rrt ,
I : 'B tee )awttkiD ra tlo.a.TV t' "
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I -. only:by tbe members when I gave Him; ply came stories ...ealnll Jr elr.oulatact latest arrlTana5-.treir-otd.wUo I ft &j- ,,,;
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elsq., i ItCJDa, united Wlth.gtwthertrlhshe Into W hurt,', and took out all that that 'regul Ba bO\o.\ calls'for' bis "potle">nr t thinr! inPthen tin LIUWI.Titnnfnrtr.itstis.asiss' ... {t i )kGaIr ....,:........,\ } ,::
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wa* obliged .to Uo honiatr to .toe . patient,' and then!' H. mt J" i i33S II...,. '
) ...onllrD>t'.be' th..fd.it\ i.rt moroiogup'to ,;'J.metiaotibeliouier. -- .. .
.. bf 'be CATAHHN Is CONSUalPTION'
deity << mew
of, It. .Hot could! the deity oneCiaa 'tbe-doir.'iiGeorge-:. _.. ... the atkr. ef A"'AT' "! '
.I Ca.ltol :
territory1: hut Jai "\) .t'b. think there' I'.no'driplt'andgooe'01r'ro'vberclsomq : Oar I"rA..G ;; pv 't.
bless outside of its own p ea... .. T.., / CAKBOLATB ot IOJDIKK POOXXT r
W-', \\MCOd1 o JII o't..JI, ol1 vt .f91J4 /J.oA je IQlJ{ "B .. f SL .lets .bllJ''' "' ;:ail ?, "osWln..gyp;, .metQttes; -I5Bll.Ea., .* .KuarMU.4 __>..... 1.4IQ -;-' '.
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>*?>t' e ached 111011' G.1 ttI r' 1"PllrfUt IIU <.God') :tnal.. nobly borne: 10' oM- j Itt _ t aU ', by.' Postamca: .,'Battle Creek'..MJrtjl-; u, .i' ,Of.......'II. ta ilie ne-of the IIO"otalu \ e rJ'kja ; :
ctr t4ite.f.'HW1'J.1'at.ou'wlll.' are the Oatt ('W ; Read rrrrriOjJItOm ... .
,, , ot'tbe. soul. 'lanttmt4'jitJshaNa -- -- .A, : ( '' io' '
Fletor' our trlam h. ...tM( i+he : iWal
patba9q .
> been but n tenet of every rellg'ona system:' the rOOk.JJJJVd'4ffrl't, : : .,;. ..'......,.......,. }:".welir111q.( t&j.w; ,., x: ;, ,. BO.) PJa sMsNlB' B siVar. I. ,
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The Klsslmmee' Valleu.Gizctte. There wan- never more" 'work. going, Notice of Application for Tax Notice of Application For Tax e"'#####.## ..... #..#########."## #.."

: on la Klsslmmee than at the present .Deed Under Section 8 of Deed Under Section. of "STAiiii ,
TSTLBPHONaT NO. It time, and all kinds of bu loess Is in a Lawsof SOUTH LIVERY ]
Laws
reaLI.azD. FHIOAT healthy and prosperous condition. Chapter 4888: Chapter 4888. of .

omee In Valley U me tie Htill
I'. '' KIBSI M)(,ItK.08CltOLA COjU 101 TY.FLA.__ county, who wants work, can Bret it".t It hereby given hit H. M, Nollre Is hereby when/ that Pavld Runt '--,-
good wages, and \bere Is no exuusefor Geo 1. Hlnicl. ..fury. ptirchnrn of TezCertln nurrhaaerof) rrilHiafe .Nn. :Will. dated the' i j
''1 1 W, L HAIfmS.. .Ealtsr ad'Prepristor.L anyone to be Idle who Is de- care dared l the July IH'ti.haa did, fll.r-.tt.e: "m"r.ri .. 'nt'm:
. Dendant his efforts for : : I In ..,aa + Entered at the ....1011I". In Kiaslnmee, Fla, upon own made appljratlnn for tax deed to I.sos in KOoordance sppll stlon foo tax: decal to lame lu accordancewith : I.
.. aepond-claas mall ....n.r. support. with law. H"M' lertlflcatet embrKi-e law

'.. '' Bnhacr1bes will ple_. 'notify the.office 11tbfi the foliolair county-aorlbvd JrIOrida, t>property.wit: altualcd/ inOnrenla ai'rlben Bald creeds.I'm'.r' !'1 situaUMl pmbrtivs. .In the OfKeola follow.'..Inn..'..Iy.de- i, Feed D ;; !
Mr. J, G. Kirkland has been I Stable
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frV fall to set the paper.,,reKiilarlv. appointed Arts of fir''.Arc 12. Tp M. S of R 2Ke.40 acre Florida i.ixltKlfof
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.eorainaoicatlone 'c"ot from our Division Passenger Agent of The ali1 land belnir UKUPKMXI ml the date of Nc'roe7TD-.SR2Cast' : HO arraa. I
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Iced oorreipoodenta mual ie sinned by the the Atlantic Coast Line with headquarters for iHNiiADOjB *TiNr.Roet M. rulroer the Issuance of push ; will not be returned unless at Tampa, to succeed Mr. J. : t
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Vole said eertlfloale shall be redeemed seeordln f J.
lulled far._ . U.' Uartsell. who bas been promotedto deed will Inane' thereon on Unless paid. ccrtlflcat shall' h.. redeemed aeroMlria i t' MILLER PROPRIETOR' :
'" 8UBHCR1PTION BATHS a higher position. Mr. Hartsell the 1"r\ l vneinlr, A. D ItNVt ; tn, 1ft... tux 'ieil will tusii" hrn'Oli con 1 i i

4 One copy,tineye" ....... ::. .. .. .. ,-. lino has made himself very popular in Iliieia[ : mv 8th offlolal day at ilnbatura November and A..n...1.l 1 this One oopy. MX .m this position by his courteous treatment L. IEMLEY. (SKAL] ...lit! /Hid'ilayof tobcr A l n Iwq, I ,
One copy, tUree iooot----------------------- .25 of all with whom he "came in Clerk CimuitConrtt.ceol1Cour tT Florida. K, I.. LL-LEY. i Opposite Posfotff&.! I {
contact,' and the public: generally Bt W. 8 HARwEr.i. D. C. f Clerk Irriill 1'onrt.Aseenl. I ,
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ti .November 17th. 1905.C County, Florida. :
t Friday, / while regretting to see him leave this Sheriff's Sale. Bf W. 8. HARWELL. U. U. ;! :; : llxieezn. ----, '-' Rl
=- ; position, will rejoice with biro_ln his I i ;; lor1.da..f:
'Editor Jords.4ot, the ,Pupta Cord a promotion. It Is hoped( however, that Whereaa.on third -No'"ember, 'A. D. HARRIS SANATORIUM" ''
Mr. Kirkland will tern Me..... Hogan & Ford 1M bar. for Sal "
Herald Indignant because negroes probe"himselfequally 2s aacka of the same not having upon DP. R. L. HARRIS.SDROBDY. i i. Phone '.:102. All X:1nds, ::aau.UnG": ': : ;
rti are allowed in 'some Instances,' to as agreeable, aDd that the them the ..:*,OC"tic, or stamps al required by AMD GENERAL (HEDICINES.t : .'t

travel Ln the .same Pullman .care with public*at will the have change.no gauge for complaint .- law. I and bays will leved-otTVr upon ibefn. the for sold aale:W InT aarka front ofahorU of t OffW Hooray.11 to I. ae4rI. ................:....................."............... ....
t white people.; We heartily agreelwlt' the ourtloa door In KI..lmmee ."U.ln aal. l ..0... . M. HBGQIK. ,
'tbsMeraldi'Ibis Is an outrage and For Sale.Two o..unly 41nrlnB tb. legal hours for ..... on (heflnt EYE. BAB\,NOSE AND THOAT, ')
Bought. to'be'stopped. If the Pullman Monday. In Drrcntber. A. U.. 'Jvo.\.tb.. same. Offloo Home,.,8J to 1 t.S to e..
beit.g tbs 4th day of said mouthS ,' A
car people cannot find away to prevent nh homes. Cbas. H. Bronson'scottage )t. WALKRIt, ORLANDO. "L "IDA.DR. .
this abuse, ,then the next legislatureshould 7 lots and trove. Noemhey&blol. 8b",rlir" .
pass a law requiring them to '8.: B. Aultmans two story. cottageand I J. W. tHMPSON. ':

provide separate' cars for each !'ace.Madls'a eight 10..... Notice of Garnishment.Iq ,.1]
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Recorder; $10OO orange grove a bargain, can bEN f IST. 9Vr
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In 40 itber column of this Issue; will sore grove .good. house stable etc. \ Lancaater.... 'I'{ Civil Action. OffiI Over Oscfola Pharmacy.TTnmtif .; .i

be found account of the fire" which '-" 'J' M WILLSON .JR.'Direct ..' Monday Hhlelda.: I 9.. m: toflZ m .r
V. t +iv ,occurred In Lire Oak' last Monday, r I Monday Hblelds defendant and ail othera OP'FICE f ,1:30: to 6:30: p. m. 'E2t "' A( !'.t'Int
V and which :destroyed the entire outfit Koute to. Pacific Coast.= whom It may concern: > ,. Telephone\ 76_ Jun 6, Ivr. .*yX !40I ,
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of the Daily, and Weekly Democrat The Chicago, Union Pacific & nlahment baa been food it the nboTe cause, . .,. 'I'j.,i i;. . I: '
?' > pubjlahed'tn t.bat''clt.l.. Mr.J. E. _nd t bar roll r la the'-hand of this Atlantic P"o..THOMASOJII..
NorthWestern Line with two fast property. : t.,t. ,, ' \ )..! r ewrd .
Poundy formerly. editor of the Valley '! Cuaat Line H R. Co bar hies Gar.nlaheedi } .f 'rti:caua\ N azard
r', Oaiette, owned a, half Interest. la the through trains per day is the direct. and. that unless !nn appear before.. .fri:, ; .:, .:& I.+ t.
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route to rte Pacific Coast, o'er. the day R..Id.roi .... r'rt
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biiavlnejM. snd'w.'s be.vlle'lIl' by-theOre. Jiutenieut 07. default" will .be .nte ; 33. '. .
here will only double track railway, between lnnlyou. ,' ,"'i") Y'..,.';.. ;r V",."s;;'Pt.'; ffi';,' Office .0.:133 ,? f .. r
sympavhlze Chicago and Missouri River., IM , xr
'- deeply.\, with him in his The. MOT 1905. J. A. LANCARTRR PhInil: ." Kt>lSnff. Kit, FLA"" " ; . 'f.
Overland Limited
electric lighted
-' loss, but.. wlilf be glad to know that tv.
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movement already on foot to reestablish dally train,.less..than three days en- NOTICE OF APPLICATION. P A. VANS AGNEW, '*
r route. The best of ..;
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abort time they will be In fun choice of ,routes. Booklets ton baa filed with the Hoard of Count Commit .
operation I 'I.
ATTOBJ Y AT LAW........ f.,
as again though nothing had happened; maps and full lofarmaMon sent on receipt alou ra of Oanaola county. FlorIda. his .r>Pllcatlun I I 1-
r ? of 4 cents in tamp.W.. B. lop a permit to .elF I quon wtor! sod bee I AND NOTARY PUBLIC!
M.I.MI..8berwood &: Pound are two ofthe 1
In election dlatrlct No. I,of said eonuly and
Klo.kern, P. T.. M.. O & N, W. R ., ..
best newspaper men In Florida, Hale, that said application will be..t. on bv, KISS1f\1AfJ'E.: FLA-:
Chicago. tbe aald- Board of Con t. ('ommlulo"r..t'Ib..l. :il
t 7 and the people of,Live Oak i realize It,,- ,. .. next rerul.rmeet1or. which will be lieldon I '

and pany have.to start formed. them a to$15,000 business stock again.com.. CHURCH. OF CHRIST NOTES- I Uday.the. IWA flnt, at: ea-.r.ro: .;; Mb:some:n M aald. J.M. WlLLbON, JR., .t.

sod aald Bonn hereby eerie' Upon any .
-i- > r ' Do you know that there is a great' eltl I en of old I election district who may deal - = NOTARY PURLrc-:... 1 WANTED! REAL ESTATE ,
Policy: Holders to Organize.Following'the ) evangelistic< meetleggoingon in town. ? to do ao to show pauae, If any there .be, al the S .
Have you "quit your meannes?" Are next teenier meeting of aald. Hoard I whv such l. STATE AT LARGE. )
ry} ?' prepared to live and in permit tbouldnot be granted lo the applicant( Real Estate :Agent. .
!** : _recent disclosures In you now By order rd the Board of County Commlailon* My,customers for the next.six. months would like to have l\
4b, ,.the Investigation now In progress, the eternity' These are days of opportun era of Okceola county. Florid, this I the: 6tb day KISSIMMEE. -. FLORIDA VACANT as many }
Jacksonville policy holders In the ity: aDd every willfully disobedient, of November. A. D. 1VU& -- -,,- ----- LOTS. BUSINES3JIOUSES. COTTAGEy. ORANGE' GROVES, TIMBER LAND sad

rliis New York Life, the Mutual,. and the and very prejudiced narrow-contract Clerk laiAil of the.Circuit-- Court of K. Oaceola I," LESLEY county, CATTLE: RANCHES to select from as possible, .. The probabilities are there
Equitable Insurance ed soul that :
companles-beld a' runs or hides away Florida 'i<{<<
vr: meeting! on Tuesday night.and. ,passed from the truth wilt give an account BT W. R. JOHNSTON'!, D. C.Administrator's. will be something doing in Kissimmee and Osceola County property this,

the following resolution: therefore to God; I' winter. The outlook is good and now is the time'to send in list of
r "Resolved, That: ..comm ,,"o five, The meetings, are going on Interest Notice a I
''7 ''"t of which the chairman of this meeting r Is growing great and ,mportaDt.truth theleitroitre I .. hold I.,claim will o PEAR what you have for" sale. This" is a food time of the year; to get busy. 'I,
.pcc.'ei.'A
be toe; chairman, be appointed to con are being voiced, and ,thinkln K of Thom. 811... <*<: pre- No commission charged;: unlass sale .is made through efforts.
yh lent lame to me for payment; p..I..I' .Ite.t.W my
elder-tho ,
minds
'fed. :
being God's
p advisability -of ana truth
appointing : the time, prescribed.by law or theme .
+ 'ODC toP-inure proxies to the annual" reached) the lieart. tfirouglFthe Intellect. .! :: :. be forever, 'barred and mil persona lu- How-would a Tornado' olicyatrike-youP- It-baats'beinif Ttruo 1iJy 7j

; meetings, the. representative Insurance ,Bee the topics for the next eight dented to .Id eat-.te will make Immediate a tornado-and don't cost much. Fire
tq settlement with, the nnderalaned. Insurance .in ten of the best
companies and to devise plan days.Don't fall to hear the sermons, i' } W. MILLER. .J:
for a permanent.organization: of pollct Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday I AdmlnlMratorof the Estate of Ibouaa. Sllaa.Notice companies. New York"Life- insurance, Plate Glass Insurance Health :

,holders 'of;the,' Suite of Florida, and nights. ;They are connected, and dell i I I deceased .- Insurance Rent Insurance Burglary Insurance r
to{i provide'for; 'a fair distribution of, with great events in the religious Creditors Accident Insurance. -if:
t.heezeD.e of su**action as may be world. It wont hurt; you to know more j to Legateesand Taxes paid. -Rental Agency. Notary :

.agreed upon;.said committee to reportat : about Christianity than your great Destributees. Public.WILLSON.

a meeting of policy holders called grandfather did, and ,more Is expectet Alt nennna having..,,,tm. 'aval: out the estate J. JR. ,
E J>,y tbe chairman of thU I meeting.." of -- of Henry W. Barber deceased, tat.ot' Oaceola ,

,the In chairman' conformity appointed with this.on resolution this torn the tome light.people. DOD,'t like'be an owls ow,.. can't. face County for "," .,within, Slate&of 0 the'Florid.tlm orraarlbedpby,will lb..law.rly same. ,a4teited o ,Dont be Cross There is Money in Growing Ginseng Y,1,

r 5Jl J Charles ,K. Garner, chairman; The windows are being put in 'and tbe same will be forever barred ,
a C./'D* RlQebart, J. I., Munoz, William the Church will be- more comfortable. NANCY BRLLK: WHITK. Prof Howard'of the

M.'ABgss and'' Jobn W. C.'Stockton.. ) Don't let. anrthlnar_ littler nn_ been---r -von,, _._ Administratrix Deeetaed. of Estate of Henry W: Butter, If, when cooking, you get advise American farme'B Missobri to State Agricultural. Opllege says: "I .l
Upon notion 'of .3., I. Muooi the away. cultivate Ginseng Big profits
+lri .committee) of. five was ;directed-' to The Sunday afternoon .rneeeting Is Citation of Administration. poor results. It may zed. It is a hardy plgrlt and is easily ro.wn-A, are reall-.:'ft:

;y n -.nq ue..., through tbe State press, the for men only.I Boys under .10 not ,. ,not be .your fault but Pennsylvania State Colle4re1 part bulletin l issued by the ;,
) 'The
J. says:
co-operation' of life Insurance policy allowed. Every white manic Klsslmmee CODKTT JDDDB'S Cocar, .1 supply of hatIve Oln..
root Is
eeng rapidly j
OacBOLaCoDMTT. FL diminishing ;
11 "r holders throughout .the State witb, the and vicinity is invited to come. 9y the County Judge said Uonntyt the fault of the angryaientEiyou1iavouca and the price per: pound II correspondIy :: .:
Increasing::
commiitoe., ,, ,.* ,. 1"..l'; 'y,..",. Sunday school, and C..E,*. mm usual.. Wbe..... Cbarl. W.. GrlMu haa applied while' ,the constant demand for the drug In China stands
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4 Sunday to thla Court for Letters of Admlnlatratlonon ; 'as a guarantee of (
steady ,,
market
the KataM of Nelson' UusselU _.... ,late for Ginseng In the future.-Consul ,
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,. :Ron: ;Ben TlUman.. To know God and Christ Is life of said County of Osoaola.These Oeneral Rublee of O'li Kong says In the U. S" "J\
eternal 'E..H. therefore, and admonish i BUY Consulor reports The
BAYMEB. minister are to cite kit YOURGROCERIES sale of otnsen4r root :
:;'j\ < United States Senator B.,: ...Tlll- and singular the kindred and creditors of raid grown In America Is veryiatge: here and.the de- k
deeaMued, lo be and beiore Ibis Court,
";) maD of.Soatb; Carolina :opened the NOTICE on nrbeluo 'h..111t"appear day of December, A. D. atttsrsa much more could:: be disposed of advantaa'eously. '
: ,11/' Pea.ooit I :the opera House :. and flle ;
1- TuettUy All concerned take I9O5. objertloi.a. If any tbey have U the & to the '
'7' 8". :;olght. on whichoccasion l he delivered !>0AI*,M2W ';
J: bis famous'' lecture stem.e Yiorida.1 lb.
; on* the "Race .erlle.t p..etlbts-dat. .
w ,..rd08. .. name aa County Jade of the Is a staple on the ,t'f.
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'; ,'1" Question". The Senator'bandied the.qaerjoa ,IultTerm 1 Itel or the e.evkrcd Clftult ColIn.f sf murder Osuiels at, County, aforesaid. ,his lei dar oINM.mbt'r. lauft everything absolutely cotton. The present'market the lame al com; wheat and; ,I
In hU asual Inimitable way. County. .U..I...... rig, laBALl. .W.R.JOHNSTON.. / price:: varies from $6.00,
.. to $8.50
:,. MW>d his. : Dltchfork: was brought freely ,. WLUAM BZRRtBO P, A" VANS--AONKW- j County Jud, fresh,. pure and pound while the cost of producing Is.Jesl than per: 'j"

,,, ; ,.into .nse< and..bite. a:number, of ;his .November- S CJa. 1900.WANTm.B.. 1 ." Botlctor for Petitioner' factory. In the satlL1 grow anti require very little ground. An $1.50. It II easy to. "

"'- \-i1 Diunt, unooutn expressions may have Chicago Wholesale ,.--- -'-- ---- worth $40,000. There r.-.t, .'_. ,..__,_ __acre_" __of. matured,' OJn..ni. is/ l Ij.
iTad ,NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL .. .. "
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via
oo .aensltlears
his logic it Is'' ---- - .. \lUU ,
and Ij
mail order !
1 ate.will be. admitted by1- all I bouse assistant man 'ESTATE, ., cheaper to buy dred dollars worth each year The plant tvffrow everai nun--: ,, ,
have
who thrives
ager (man or woman) for this count State,.and inTn throughout the United'I '
Jl.ed.ID Canada :
the .
Jr South add been brought and ajolnlng ,tenl""r).- Salary '20, Voile* la herebr>.given to all wh... It may; really good Groceries. soil or"1llinate that will'l'row ,
'1: 'faoe 10 face :with this: question ... U and"expenses noMiera. thai I will .n Monday the IMh day ol r, sell roots and tor sT rdeh veg.tables.We -
r ,. its.zstedIwd dorspow xlstln paid. weekly; expense' December L. D. 1110Ia& 100.01..kJu u.'oro- seeds planting purposes .rid can show-/111,
this mono, advanced Work pleasant noon apply to us Candy Jndae of Oaoeoleonaity you bow to make .
K' 'A Motion.,, HU? picture( ,tbs, negro's position permanent. No investmentor ;. ; Mate ef nortdafo' an order la Mil ..> HOGAN &' .HMD. seasons, {( money growing OlnaenAr. '""There 'are' two 'pltnijnc: ,
' .... .. .. spring and falL- J With
tbs following
: :past cot'overdrawn* and is only experience Writs. private ICatate. lo witleslnln ... Bach order we giVe full
;., 'c.too true( buf as. to hipropbeox; for forfull reqnlred. at once a* the Soetb West corner of etoek to plant) 'and care for' th.' garden'You Instruction howv (&
.. partioularaand enclose self- iI' erf Robert Baas' addition the Town
of .
can
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J'*snpssa> SI SftsaiiW***f time alone can lell.ad: U. addressed. envelope.' ,CooPER A Co. KI......* City and rue Ulenxe Konn SDI John Whlta. tit Co: business fora small outlayand soon have .good .tarHn.tbfd
t h. .. ., nan's brae' brmlred' feel thence ant: nice Jncorrta. *'
t M , oily pn 132 Lake leg) one cent-stamp S4nd twosUUboutthlrwonderfuUrMa "
", ?..... "''f... .Opl.floo.... ; Street.. Chicago,- JillT bead. feet,theses. >Couth (SOO!) three. k.aa. >dre .
t '" : UiMiee West (100) one hundred feel lo m.r.k.t Uy, i
:.:\I\f'\ !t' i.J" .". -, "':<<".. . .Cstr.' a CoM In OB* De"Take ,.' lees. ., bc-rlnlnaj. tile ..... being the Won ......-..Iw Mw BUCKINI-4AVhS :
iof Telephone Books Laxative":Bromo QuInlneVTabets. half of salsfMaek; IS. ...a.WI. u.. Count of ...,aaw..e GINSENG,

.: ..,. will pies.. a.- All clnurlrt c.. refund the money- _-I.. II'"and.1_BMM.. of rVorida. and I the broaortyBXNKT r FURS'tw: gARDEJIGROWERB I

any!Ia dos of_tben; win if it falls to cure ,:.r-.W. Grove's, slg- ; oemb.r ikb,1101.Ott , ....... .,ANDEXPORTER8'J' '.

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> tailUiY;da9oNi.tv.!( ,17tti,19Ok, ;, : : ', Nurseries',: .. t':

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C ,. ,- . .. .t 'JTOnustfowmw who ....- toMlus act.. ,*,. '.ravwr \"
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.h01llrb"al wyw ., ? ' tort /pUae ** wMck far, "
Oar city & yet undeveloped u cI.7jrw Dtir ; .P'", ." c ImNtbI drrvk-pounitof. *.b*' Uru.trait anelll.tr,I. ,
"' .of rioriaa
ft on the Improve bids'fair la &.hi 'National bkl.hloa > "* '! IUMB-ER y, lno UMiadw. '!*t)..*.w4 ... (1r TlubU, InformMloa tow ": .

; distant future to become. an lmportaitoomseerol.l a number of the friends' of theOrphear MAYNARDAT14ANTIO, .Coe _. '114014 ,ro.._, Ourehnt.trsea'an Ute ell..*of atoll.. ..-f ,
center, small beginnings age over the StaMruaapllcltet .. ...., and : "
__ 'I only valuable * It Is admitted do not at all limes make a thank-offering hip has 1'1... 4t will be ,
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lateral blank 1
Bflofedus your that list ever,and ; '
we B
big endings, .bu'. our. cttUeus: are to ask thai" tbt Thanksgiving bemCd f.J,1 and' Mills < !.*. you will deride to(ire .. roar p.troes..after soeeldaf.e .

ti u/Lrioureconomioasndpossessed fair X8- ia 'which 4th* Florida Sapidai ; 'Planing:, ibo ladaflmnu we bv tooflbrrou. '.Speold UdxMiMau..'
with a aoioUBjSefrant. .neued : & 1M .
aeu JUrememb, n4 wlUt those wtoO plsos tb.ltord.n .o..or Ml sad wlator :
plaiting.
that Is what, ft takeduto bof Id up"a ,;bffe N ID 0111I m" ; i.i.iA. telj,ao white fly, -
lithe an No t1i bo".... t.he4.
a town. TexhalMr passedtihe/ 'u a .D Iving send 4 opera
'e doubtful and conjMwWlut stagesqiasreturned iiSh 6aro ,,t ; euq and P1eo .Tim 6 r Mnd Z dint r of" 1 Hind.. : "
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to her tjpmav Dr. :
Tbomatonscores d THE
OCKLAWAHA
a ld NURSERIES
another < wrl.I"-Ibe I Gu+ La sad ajt Ie 19 .Tm: :> 'P71ib4PwLY.; ; ,
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t" .nor's famllf; w tone"'" pi log I' tbe. ioly. 4 - O W. ONH.". PnOVTANOKmNK. FLA,

"oonfldeno InhlaablHty >,phyelolan? -" Tinire errriocwere.ndVJMld. near [ 1. Y; .LUMBER. M' sri-Addr.ae-D. C..lB8.,.liar. KlNi.-.e; Flo;
4' t111 Lou baa b f>hare of thcongratulations. logs seat br Individuals. Is an act. of .
l' If our M. U.'s can't have worship., idle..... : .

tnelr prescriptions.properly it.red they. can- oiot< look for-suocetm., bffering. *"** '!>* '.8.: |yk. nWVftW. ."jsumsV '- ', ,. "' ''
therefore before condemning you Aro&dl1'1... COASTLINE l. < mimmmmmmmmmnintmtnin., '( f111111'R


X41 c- I lee If thefaultdon't. qI'lie re,there.at bomand Bums L. ( ) J;; ; 1' "... ..&: .CARSON GROCERY ]r}
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uolls.a yarn about: Dr. Richards .Now Itots,0et Rlput.The THE ITHROUGRICAR rtINE- FROM' FLtIDVy -- .CO..t :'

that be prof eased to have been aoquant- Courier, of Alabama explains 1 1il3s
ed with, several years who deo- I.be bow and why <* "'. AGENTS' FOR- ,
11101_ that be"waa at aru1 Ole called 1' : i -
A chjld Jv bornld'tliettelgfaorhoodi OONINwIOTrOMIALL :
a 1' T 1Jt
stead old ;- :
upon to aD lady who-was the al.t.elfd-'pbleJotaa +. .
;get*?i1ibe; ."
suffering sews-...1" The Doctor left editor elves. the Iitudlunged'youngsterand : : st .'. Over its own Rails to ,Savannah, ( arlesyn. .,... FT1hIR9 F
some liniment telling the old man to the t'b&Pf.Y'' pareo...'. a send off the Richmond and Washington, thence wi Pemsylvania "'- ." iJ
rub lt "l O his wife a chest returning and get christened the mlnlsler _
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A IL Railway; Sfr \ <;
,nvxt day he enquired:It the ILalmenl "ets alO and the editor...... sXXt,,,,U ide- est Crops -Largest Returns S
had,, 'been used aa .directed the replywrap grows up and marries; lobe editor pub t .. (Vii MontiPmery).and. Louisville &'Wa sand hv le ,., ... '
well 'DovLoew dld'nt have ay llahe aboAer Jongwlojlsd; ftpweoy aw "Dfrie( Flyer | oct Safety in Their Use.Circulars ::
Tot Ro Via 4 .
e" Atlanta. ,
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cb. we brought c.b. old trupfctalrrf article and t..lls. a docea lie* abcbt the '= I
duwa andttibt>ed'the wir' all rbeauLlfniwad .accomplishedbVlda. CJ Via Savannah SL,O en ftteanishlp Coifcany? for' -
uveirlt: and the old- lad,'. better. this. the minister get $10( and a piece ofcakn Q d 'New' York Phllad !phla ai4 Boston,' VK Norfolk =
.uur. oK' The O.,veruur le loo Thur- and the editor get SOOO.- In the M Steamer to,New York,, Washington and waUl showing danger pt using Acid ;:i f
yon a visit w his brother at' Dftdw.u course of lime It dies. and the doctor theit -via Bavannah and Mercbans and MtneYa Ton too 'n our-,light, sandy soils, nd..bowgreat/ ,=S' '4'
l. !>, lily fxocllepoy'haato' beuouilouaii I gnu from 25 "ft. MOO.'lheAjnlftlSterperhaps stumsWp: -Co. for Baltimore and Philadelphia e made 'farmers last '' / 'S
10 "tlw" move either work: 11"-home 'get* aooUUr' *)IS. %nd Ube w by ;year th'rpughout ::s
or sight _. iolC''abruacl-Nooda, and undertaker sata tfvt*"aOQ; to f10* the KeyAvWstatid. Via_ Peninsular & Occidental-StBamshlp, ".

Tuesday. of la.t week be was a visitor editor' MbUlbe.a otloe: of fib*:dbath Ram n V % ..Company. . ;
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at ..theCamp of the ICUelmmeeltes and an Obituary (wo nHunmronfj< tituLUtLlUi11tl11ti1t111111WI111iliit111 'IU1atC;
Wednesday away again and Thuraday lodge and society resolutions, a lot 4)pnec.r1 1' . ........of the erlcfertiMl intn KcWYnrk *. riorlft 4pMlU. Florid. Midvfrsl .Ia'U., ;
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Uaateq,Vhle.pot JJniU! .
Dade y
oo the City trip The orange and a free card1 of thanks and ; ga -:
gru''' auiaul! >e .Quickest ; Superior | t
,,. 'in) g-Jud; shape aud'.ltJwurb 'ar..crop ftMM1U."w\ J Jt : trf. .
t. 0 Hnparativ ly light, the fruit U (a SIN \''o/O-'t'loe..m'. : she loagivraed 'r hlaformatbna.brei*.;sched.'e.ate.ou.authe Purpl..,,ro'd.f,oreoin ::Bnlr i,,'' 'ftb';": ''. .

excellent Ot dla.luu' gatberlbwill CJn'trains No,,; 21 and Ne,.32btaween !,i ' I. ... .....RTSICLL. Division ..........., A...'!* ..... Fiat. : :11'. 'lla4. ? '. .1011N M. LEE. ,w. I. CARsoN /I .
tJualLD about lobe< ttr t . I. H. M. KMKM8ON TnlBe Maraittr.. .-W. i. CaAIO'O..ra l .._.... Ag..tt';. k'r : "-
.4oeximouth.Uuudr"hsv. vlorlrwtd..tt
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made their' In +
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apprareoce First car- Suutfh( -$ouad ,1'10.1\' .... J II' .1'1 v, .' ,- A '.1lY -,: ..
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1erYe tttblog i,--ouuiUw fraternity ur are the about. Lake to organize and the First oar Nortfc bood; PO.; 15Ot A. e. : : x '.' -, -'f .. , dsHaS.Stood' l <1('4; Bank of Kissimmee'. .,

abvv-gua brigade which it U expected The" Test .25' YIear* '
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.IU',ac" a j["" itperailons.very''many of the game ><.your J ." I" '. -----
laws enaoied a** du absurd thatgumin PCAPITAL.C' 5000000

of oar sx>..Wllt) eaare ava, .loss ui know Momc1 : yr V $" : HOLD BItS LIA3ILITY..t,. ,.... + so eoo 00 ., ''I
ju>*huvr uian/' shots they .J. 1. j LH' : I t I. . < <
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sod t ITORN8BCURITY.I.i
M fire at pruveoied. biped quallowedrdtu c., "; .I. 10000000 .. 'A
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\ head peds. |the notice llstbn'UM thaAiyur i call taxt for'awft H U pU and> fifty. jfwo;. tirnei It Yeah i* a 5abrew < Tasteless l Chill '. ireful. Atteatlo. 'give* to ells I'....:..... ar.' I--,

f dryfelectiun well 1 ezpeec be'i Ilk ' : to you If you ; T41c Exchanges- Rood at. aril-'..;polat.; atoheepet5CEOL -

d : Our aom County ut tbetp.tl'ILouteIlalaJdpingr.oommlestunere1'. At* tbolrlasmeeting "S ** :J... tlL'iV, ( : t I I t ""f >r i si-Cure"=No-Pait' eo'!! ..c tt YOUR BUSINESSfOLICJTEU.' Jo

oy advocating the tfooJ REAP 37k SUN I. '
I"I rusty theory have shown the peoplotUav : .. : ;

f I they have some regard fur tbeguutf ;. r ;, 4,. '. sV -t
and welfare ofOaoeola CounijJ; .
I our ctttaaas esoooi but approve CapuBall's That illustrated .:weekly paper, it. ...

appointment ed"eonaWartuatth .. ;-printed'iaLJfile; t EeotlrllleMd.5 ; ; .. _
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i "beet '.ppivprlattvn'made bj that .. i AfG: _
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I honorable body'was .the salary voted published everywhere. r i ""Q.f. :'..r:' 'II"" .. ..
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and appointment madja of thai, f entlear4 At' I .,. . jARMA'.QXe.i
mastosupe je.OSr ad..otd"'.... f l (-.Lt! ) ) '- ,. '" \
; all lo.-reel.eCl'. the good road A
; problem'\and no more appropriate or'Y1 attack a woman viz; fining of ti e wqrnb. With ,V s, genraHy. "

irf: ,,*,IUD could have bean made 10Tsartry' comelrreeular.pa1nfuI.i scanty or profuie periods, wa fu);,welktm-':'; ;

l out &.be.wish** of oar peopleIt Mate*, 'd } e jog drains, dreadful bllbc e. bcadach, nervousneaar lydR47 ''J .," ......... '"
are Inyu ,
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appear to me that the recent (( .to Iga of,,........T"IIU '.. need' ) la' I !
\ .. 'r otty wuuld ,**1''. as a warningyour O' --J '.9' c '. .anything: the-Drag';]Lind'! :
to oltlMne, aDd call..tMm, : to 4- h IDCARDUI '
: bedo11vered
fo will ; at.once?
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.. 10 ,pgial reoeQ"lire.oonOagatioo department', tbeloe would bale In : :4 Clau :;>;rEngJe.t1ifJ . .wiM : : ' ,. .. -i x'9' rry a Tiill line ,of".ladles++ '' Shersors. ., ;: ;, .Q} i.

1 i __? rted uuh seals fur, a number ." '.:,"' "../I' Try our famous BugF *+e.. .. ,
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ofears .a4Ml ts4 Meanest pf, ..rp i f. '
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wall served .englnea;:;',;I>nlrTllle ha" that f1fl.'t. : :;'; '
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o..LM4. lobi" lookaafterme, thlnga { ... .,. :....: ; . : '<:' \' sinessror your. health t ;'t ; > : v4
not ysj' ,VlMJp qbJ.1' t : ;; !t. ; ;' ,....,.,.. ,J. : ,t .,: ,
branch of the eerviee'buewbal: tAle + need taIf ' 4'-r; .." 'f
l future will ...elop'lli difficult u> deters '" -wv Ii1 -A D ,. ,; $p Il f, r..,,
f aad.drv oome.t-will 1 ; ead Drug' St .
mina The wet
s, 1r 1 absorb the pnblto mind for towatrB ltas' ,FwgruTutfdrThat'0 -, y | ng r..i +
"suopose .. ., .Jbat.warvelori cteitJye extract natural 'of fcaAa/wiildi '!
tbe present Well flgbt It. out gent}1.' .iJ.-- tj I. or essence, : )

men K&klo'.1. wit fn the contest, mt 7"*xerts such a wonderful strengthening! Influence on all female begana.Csrdtd !I vhivvwsvUV e.aI {ib.1"

only desire being that our eltlsene will .. -' .-. relieves'pain, regulates the menses ato drains and atJm- r r, 1t:1: r : _

give the subject proper consideration that the S/1l't I] ulates. the nusclfs I tq'pull the womb up I Ihlo place..:... f f' . ,
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and not bastlly deposit a : < :.bl Kk's f ,':
lolury ao rte Jt !a'safe and permanent sue for an female complaints: : y yI t -::
will serve & .
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good and welfare of Oaceola Co watl' i>.. L -.. ., ... .. 8oc"aal7.. ,. ,., ,",,.''' ,fl; .
Both sides Ipreeumebaveiiiade auipU you par to-read this paper you r f ", ..: = T,13: :E: .
; I *.w nx ua :xrxxmxla "I1UllJEtZD AWJ UL LAIN . ? } ,
bens.. argumenia thliilmpOrtantengaiie.pro and COB wUlb l e.; }an reed 1'tivN. too' Strictest conadsncs. WIne as an Ia mjr womb and ovaries,"writes Mrs.Naoed 4 It't; t ': .... .. I tt .

used to ouo"looe our votr:JC akin;U _.WA'rnot1TE . xPaHaL, ,tour troubles.. We rrpl) rind five ad. Bake,of Webster OtovM He. *, '
neither a prophet or, tJwo boa .,*l a .. ...' vic*(M plata...... envelope).. Ailrraeai. 1'and.my aware Terr pamfut Hand .Carson' Grocery CurWk.l..ei..adR.taitD.dersIts i1
and therefore has oo predict.Ions ". Ladles MYi.IGry'ept... 1be.Qattuaoo IrrecuUr. Slavs string ..... I ,
prophet oncernUK the .final''. decision, Ask us or writ us and .MsdUn Co:, Chan. I ,... ak. a new ',asaisn. and .* lICIt. ._ .. ::: .f)
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both' .Id".,.PP!&r. eoondent. The .I' .> \ 1\\' tJ i ; .. / lions T-, suflsraildJl.J'' ..!!! 1t'PA J. ) :?

icon county dry correspondents none, being have represented certainly 1a '"We'll.teqylylyyou;r".I"J' h"JW.I" 'c 13); ;E ,, ''I:i.:, ..
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been spending : 1 .ha"resigned .of Lh-b t i"a'Q4 the golf : iW" 'fe-ralaked Apvllcatlea.Oouiaixtry .
'aeveratfmontha' a Henry L. Overslre In front running.Kissimmec. : 't .
Jlle.loIN trip- 'vlslting.the. aoenes. of his position in Sirattuo's saloon and grounds will later be cleaned\ off and : \ "', J.. ,

his boyhood. left Wednesday\\II' Winter Park to put .In first-class. shape. Drug Co' '. s >

George Gilbert has the finest line of take charge of Bllgh & CoM packing . ., < '' '
bouse at that place for the remainderof Tbe orange packing! season Is now Jc'I'p's': 'F': u :IS: 'W o ,Q. $. : >
Wall I'aper In town' tie: him aboutp the season. Mr. John Llgatsey, of In full blast, and the Waters Carson Pbone 41.. ;, ..' . ...,. ,
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'D ring' your bou.,. Fort. Meade has succeeded him ,asmixologist Grocery Ou'.. blg packing house \i | .

J. S. Walker, the well known merchf- for Stratton.IATX presents a. busy scene. Messrs;' 'Ivey, 00 : : : S x:6.'U.oe': 8. '6peai"dot -4
ant and fur dealer of came and Yates, who' have charge of the .; ; t
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upon tb6 steamer Lllll* last Friday Is agent tor. )B5dw. V. Price ACo. packing: house this "..00.\\ now have HURRAH FORTHE . ,' - . . .. ; ,'f -
and remained till the return boat the largest Custom Tailors In two steers running and are employing' : !: - ti-i---

Tuesday,, transacting over businees''' and Chicago, would be glad to lake,your about lob In),mo. Tbe 'rul ,I. being" < . ..
LAIEHOUSE
-seeing: his 1D.01..fI: ead .here.. order/ for a fall suit or Overcoat; brought robot by boats and wagons, ,' -"
and Is being sent forward at a lively ,
Walter'Lorens brought In fromftunnymcde .. I I :
My ]Doll samples of Wall Paper will J.N on Tue day the United rate. The necking Louse Is now turning . W. TOWNSEfSIp; ;
be here In Walt and see cattle. and shipped out about 1000 boxes Of fruit per ... "
a few days. Land Co'i fine Jersey vKW.L. r
them. c. E. LANGU. > thenr to Tampa (for .exhibition' day, and It Is thought Christmas.ltd season' ,.will > W.LVanPuzor&Co.. 'j jfe AND W ;TCHMAKSmZQ ; t- ?
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Mr 8. M. Stephens of Lakeland Of United Uemao' from 'this YEAR. .,.
has finest strain A certain .
purchased Cohoon J JI .
the fruit on handsome '
and etherbetr'e at Blllard's States and.are very cattle. county who Is in the habit Of '..cerryrIng I TforoughijrRenovatedp :'R.b"'k" : GOLD, FILLSIO OA... IB USIVVKI. .

Island and baa.a grove force'ollI&od.. at We expect to see'them all return -with-. .. things around in his bandit was \ ", ., .E. I RS. .[LOIN, .ORWAI.rHAM.-tta.: ; 1-
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their necks. I
blue ribbons around the other dayattending'thsfair -
"urlc gathering and packing the fruit .; In Tampa New.ManagementN -.. I --.J 1.I
. . Entering a.store too !makesmall 'a '
I the Go HANKER A Co. for '
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grove. to your '
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sod Shoes the : purchase; he walked outi'with a e REAL "ESTATEAND .,
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:: show Goods .Clothing In his hand. which be had picked .
Fon SALE A small ease. Inquire grip. .
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leaders 4owjprloes.
oj Mrs. Helen Perdew.V, O.oeolscounty up and was carrying along' through We urn the best meals. ,* '' 'I INSURANCE f
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'T.,0.Taylor, force of habit and had gotten some I.r I-
Dr...Young, of.1oba .oQCIL7, Tenn., has bought ..b..1 )known as distance from the place Before .he Clean,comfortable beds; j d., tit
and a visitor. Bar near Lake Garfield his mistake, seethe unfamiliar e
regujar winter to the Brewer place. noticed Elegant service, careful ' Ita
Inger, arrived In:town last Friday, about' eight miles east, of Bartow. package In his hand be hull ""--
', and stopped ovet here, till Tuesday The place contains 129 acres,'and was rledlY returned to lbs'store which'. he ,.att nUon' Is given'-to alb '. .. : IfR.maafor I Ic x
1D0ruI0&beD h. took: the'steamer purchased from George Matthews. had visited and found man i almost The Ideal home ? -, the rdrNI' .. d
.All 11. for expects engage In-farm lo despair searching everywhere for Reasonable '
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; Mr. Taylor
Baslnger, law and fruit raising.. -Courler-Infor.. baa lost satchel. The Oaceola visitor ,ers and tourists.. *. ., bare t twelve nice, ftimlalled' ;'rooms ,.;
U. A. Ughiaey.tb. cattle\ king' of remarked that be hadL.ootdsatly. got. .rates.'Come, and pm're.idencslyd floor of the Davis
50lk county; arrived home Wedneeday maot. did her, Block' (heart of ao, ;
'' 1. w'oD'a'8J&Dfoc'd ten bold of a satchel thai not i rent
aLest4r7REt1ZALE; --o '
respectable
* from. the Kissimmee,' and wUl %A DoU...|. long to him',when 'th*,manjpabbedse lnrutigitewW.A.: D. ,. during the Fatrtn, people.fRatda ;. I
ncl. f."- *'''''with his family /:'lTelL.Tbooll&D4'" 'b..t.1I ..1 / lights, bath a.d telephone : : : dt
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as h I* familiarly. called, yls *a.Joylngexoellent worth ,wi"' SbOUt'- the iTth* contents were sjIPigbt. .die- :, KALLENAERGER;, convenience:, Price11.00, ,a d.l&wQ .11..
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health aD4.&be log and+ WS1 .
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; *am jpUv allow-w have known frontS next thlrtv dsys. These goods wnovedfrooTtbV were sluedftees-ihoesand ; ., PROPRIRTORN : aace) If yon want rooms r.......ecl.4.i b rA IN.IJNa P" .".O.,.AoLwx..o -:! ? it
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;TUG Kisslmmee i VallGU! Giz'ctte'TELSPHONB There wane '" '" ..
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I f I'..Inland.. oDd.I..t tb....m.U Poeioffie mat'....la.. E'.slmmce.Bla.. suppoi ant t. pun't' ",,::. .aj' '.. ...".'I.:;.'"....', ..,," ilfiJi."':. : . ,and . .. "' '", ,.', Tk"\:',,..'.". ,. ",., ,. . 'H
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1 .all :r.t'J'l':\ ic-ot. Iroro our euihorleed pointed Dlvisl 9 J. : -t'' ; .
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Relef u>4 nattrrIH not be returned onleeselled quarters at Tat 't- M. ". :NoTIo1TS ,
for. . U.:! UartseU. wI| .-' : ... ..', -- '. . + .
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I iCBHCRlKTION. KATICS/ to a higher p l' _, '" '- __.... I '
One copy one ye.r ....'" ..'.,.'.,. ......" .00 has' made him rthispo.itioa oJ,1;: ;
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t; i,.Oaeeopy.lz One copy.lbree, monlh.moDtbe.<....i.,1.. _.. .26 meat of all w"r 4') ,f '., .:f'" , I.10\\. .. 'i't'

,FriCa,, November 17th. 1905.I ( . contact while regrettlni', and ,'. .' ," Winch were slightly: damaged by removal on' :'the ," "" :1

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::tt. Herald BdUof Jordan Indignant'\>f/th because. Punta negroes Gorda Mr.promotion.KirltUEM It night''' of tlie_ ::fire, ;:I will sell for the next thirty' .days, ,

are allowed ID :some instances..' to equally' ag '

"white'ayel1D paopls.v the same We.heartily Pullmao agree oars trlth with publicwill plaint at the ha ch't". .. 'all, .goods ,. at' astonishingly low,. figures, regardless of ..

the Herald.' TbU !. an -outrage and 1 ". "
1 oujfbt tu''bq'stopped. If the Pullman I ''" former<< :price pr cost. .
people.eaDDot. a way td '! Two nice bOil '....' '
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abuse, then ext legisl I cottage 7 lots(i ior
pass a la.w requiring: them to ',a: a. Auitmj
I provide separate cart,''4or'each race. and eight lots! .
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MadUoo lteoor der.' I 1000 orange!! .
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be at little ex picr
an ttber column of this I..ue.;will .. .grope go)' .. '
4 be found 1100 account of Vb. fire which J : at These ,Goods_ will -be Sold R "
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'I occurred In Live. Oak lal'Molld.y, '
Sy. and which .de.troy.dtheentireoute& t ,, Direct. Howl ,. I
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of ''the Daily, and Weekly I Democrat.publl.Jed .. T : -
_ f. The Chlcag ".,.' ... .." ,< '!"';"" ''".. "'?" 1,1 :. .
In that city. .Mr. J E ; .w.'c;' : ' -" "' '''''\I'' '
'' Poundj' .formerly editor of .the Valley) Korth-Westerq' '4{" '>fi I"e ', --, ;: .L.,>U. !"', t . .iJ..'. H ,'. .. .
Gazette, owned a half,interest la the through trains' !* i' :s' \"n @ a. .: .0"I ; ... '
rout to tk. Pi :" : I } f':1 .. '
bAaiatl/. and was'a" heavy loner by, the only double. ,rJ", : J ... . \: S..J. .. "y ,{:'. *_1c I. . I ;"' .
We/ His u any friends here willdeeply.sympalhlBe 1 ,. : ,IV..cJ"t..1' ' .\ ,
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Chicago'andOverland ., .
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with blm in hi. -. \ ,. ; :' " :' "." _H. : .. ." ,
loss, but wllljl' be glad to know that Lima . :: : ,1 ". ; -f. .. : ,. 'f'. ., .1. :
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movement t.sIready oil foot ''to re* '
-. establishthe*. plant andthat In a rates route.,: choice Tbe be And ,must. be ,closed out at once. ,0

.bort'timethewill beta fufloperailo i. '''; :, ; . '
c again astboughnothinghadhappened. maps and full icelpt | _.to. 4 -<' "
Messrs. Sherwood & Pound are two of of 4 cents'KloBkern ,..
r .1c the best newspaper men la Florida, "P..X ,
and the people of.Live. Oak.:realize t It, Chicago.. . ;!i -' a ,. "t. ,
ye- and have formed a 15,000 stock com -; III t' n

{ ,err pang to start them la bu.lness..'again... 'CHURCHDo 0 t*'.\ t. .COME EAR.Y AND .SECUREA" .
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Policy Holders to''Organize. y
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Following recentdi.cloeure.In i you prepared' r''" , BIG BARGAINc.STANFORD.
v the investigation now .',' the eternity? Thes, ',..r ,. I i \S::
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Jacksonville, policy holders .in the |ItYi and ever!,, ,,, ""'; .. L ...- .,,":;-
yd' New-York -- and 01 ':r' "
Lifer the Mutual and the every preju --
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a' Equitable. Insurance compaoIes-held's ed spul that I ; . ; ". .
?;a meeting. on Tuesday night and.passed from the truth ; "
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"t l' the following resolution: therefore to Got ;. ; ..:., s;... H" ; : : .
"Resolved, That acomwttteeol' eve, The meetloaII' ,;, .. 'o' [ ...
F -.f which the chairman of this meeting growing, /j r i
+J'C be the chalrtnao. be truths are beln] J '. '
;ti.. . appointing min 1. are bq- .I' LI I :: : '
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one"" or- > reaches the beo -/- -d :The'
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pr annual ;r-- originator'ol-Low 'Prices"in-Kisslmmee
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once companies and to'-devise plan days. Don't ft1, '. '' '. /l..w.- ";_/t-, .1. . . 'C : v t. ... .'
'for a permanent organisation of pollct Tuesday, Wed( .,
a' rtw holders }of tbe State of Fldr Id a, and nights. --They
tot, pro the e1lpeo.01 sulk action wurld.' It wont t '
as may be :-;_ : ;"
agreed upon; said committee to report about Chrl.tia'.J' .
at a meeting of policy halsers called grandfather die., .. : .
( .by floe chairman of this toeeting."' ;' of you. ,. w':'" ...... .. ..." .... "
In conformity, with this resolution Some people;, ." "
the'chairman appointed on this the light. POD tF t .. "":"- : :: committee .. : ,
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;/ C..D, Rtnebart.1.1.E Garner Munoz, chairman William; the-me Church windows will be are more BeTDg comfortable.pui'ln"and lilt'''01.\rlll be forever"b.NANCY.BKLLR..&'- : WHITF"' '''' ' -- --- --- -. -________., .. ...;... .L-.. .. ...,;;...

.M, .'Aagss and John N. C. Stockton. Don't let anything .little, keep you Admlnletretrlx o-.uecL.of Zetate, of Henrj Wi Bu-befT, If, when coolllllg,'you get 'Pr f. Howard of the Missouri State Agricultural( College "I **
Upon motion of'.1. I.,Muoox the away. advise American farmers to cultivate say:
I ,committee of five, was :directed to Tbe Sunday afternoon' meeeting (s Citation of Administration. poor r lmIt8.! It may zed. It is a hardy plant and is Ginseng;," Big profits are realle
-'requeit, through t.b.-'State press; the for men '001,. Boys under 16 not easily grown"-A'bulletin issued by the
,. operation 'of life Insurance policy allowed.Every white main in Klssloatneeand 1.CctrirTT 71100&'. yW.I r < >ijot.! 'bo .your :'fault, but. Pennsylvania State College part says: "The supply of native Ginseng

.holders tbronghQUt the State with the vicinity Is invited to come. Br the OUCIOLA County COUKTT Jtldia3V d'Cono'7I tlie,fault of the' in root Is rapidly diminishing.the prje '
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committee. .' gradients
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> "*.-.:. >. Sunday school aad.C*. E.t:: asusual. .Wbereuu Charles W.- -1 increasing, while the constant demand for
'P'I' piled lolMi rr.rmID'ra'r:; the drug' in China '
Suodarr Court fur 1A ereo y u'hj\ve used. as a guarantee of stands
._ :Ben i To know Codl and oo she KaUM of Neleon Roeeell..deeeeeed.Ute. a steady marftet'for Ginseng in the "
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.. O 'THIraan.. Christ Is life of said (louBtT of(Maola. General Rublee of future. -Consul
State." ', ) . eternalE. H. RAYNEB. ml n Isler. Theme ere,therefore,to cite end edmoaleh\ alt BUY YOURGROCERIES I onaKona says in the U,. S., Consulor reports: The .
X t United SenatoV i1..,ZL.Ti11-! .04.lorul.r the kindred and credlw of said cale of Ginseng root grown in America is

r.- moo.. _of'tioetbs_ 1 lOllns.!!. opened. ,, ,the NOTICE., 'oo deeetued.or belnro to be the end 1Mb appear dev of beiore December:Ibis Court A. D.,I mand fs so great that muoh more coaldba.-disposed very'la'ra-e here and.the de- ?

r :"Ia'b"oa_ .uu ,u which toe wpera House TUfKa, All concerned: take notice that f..hall meke -. end flle objectlone... (fen*tbe. *b.,.. to th. Xh9-rootlss-indisDen8aWi. finKV.1. .' .... .. .of... advantageously_. '
bis";famouslecture occasion, onu he the delivered"Race eppllceUnn la&e.f riorMa to U rt>*' the Board earnest of Pardon.prentlble of deM the eeme srentlne will lettere be rntd ee aibreeefd prayed"O&ber'iii---' Of u8'J1nd.yc; u ;W}ii f find their. rice. --- '-- ."v .v.UUIIUI'IIIQ.muuon'hlneae, as isms ,I'

;. Qu..Uoa"'The:' for rdce'. wee eoavlrt el Wtt..umyR.Rte-.a.Coua' Jndre of the Ginsenaia'a ;
Senator handled tbequestion rll Term l ol of Uie ClrouliCourt murder et 1 Count Uoreeeld,this let der of Nineinb, 1906. everything staple on, the market the ,
ol same
d Oeoeole absolutely
In his usual Inimitable way, Coua. Kb-- ,, leSALl, ._ W. .. "OIlN ;;,4 vaod bis aJtchforlr was brought freely l .rl" Wf LIIKNIFQ$1Na ' -rCouatarJttdgs. fresh price varies from $6.00. to $a.50 '
satis: pound while per
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i'' into Non.1I8,l $Io,IIIOIL r A. VANS AONKW pure and the cost of producing ; ;
and while isles
osej ; a Dumber, of-hi.dt _. Boltetor for Petliloner. ? than 150. It Is tat
'l>lun(.'uncouth expressions i may 'have 'WANTED.: factory.: In.the end requires very little round. An easy >
By Chicago acre of matured .
I: jarred on sensitiveears"his Wholesale j '.NOTICE' OF SALE .OF .. There Is Ginseng.
: logic and mall>order house assistant REAL !' room In one'
will be. admitted bye man"9agermaa it is' cheaper' -to buy garden to brow several hundred ,
all who have orwomsnf) for this 'f ESTATE: : dollars worth each year. The -
..lived' ID tbe South>and been brought)I and a join Ing/ ''territor / count HotW. I. herebr j : States and plant thrives throughout the United[ 'J
all wham ace Canada
gives to li Groceries. In
- =- J, face to 'faoe wtth 'this-Question .. it e and ar..a..ea. naSA __...Salary.. ._..__.. _120__ !.naae.e thet I will oa- u..t><<."th...... a.. >< ,really good tables. We any soil. or cimate( that'wIt'' .'grow gardel3vegs-' I
., has existed and does w.I.Uaect.lon. data advanced- -- ---_ Work- "" ) December A. D. 1MO. et lei o'clock' ;'lio'.roN- ,sell roots and seeds for planting .
.. 1 ",- .. HI.picture, oil,the.negro's position money. 'plesiant; = epplf lo tb.' County J""de of Oeoeolo. you hnu>_4 .u. ir"- purposes and can show., ,f,!
permanent. Wo Investment &jr. Btate of florMafor. order 'H 'GAN"1i. FLOYD.johnWhltasVCo. arowlnaQln.eng.. '
past U not.'overdrawn, 'aoct'II only or experience required. Write. atoooe print. Sale Jhe. failowlnv feel Estate belt to wit et: ,,., ). a.ason.., prang and fa1Ly. With each .; nstruoUon n-vuiav' :*
jl 1'too troej but ..- to 'his*prophecy for fo;'full partkmlara and enclose BflBlBs .. the...Soeib.', Wee eorner ef boek to plant, 'aid for the ; order.we glee fug /. hevv's. 1
self i 1.iibort care
.f' eddltion t. Uio Tow. garden.' '
fee future, tun alone of 'You'
sl. can tell.and Is. addressed .
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b6 Klsslmmee Valleu GazetteTBLKPHONsT. FIRE,SALES at Stsnfprd's. TTH ANNUAL'TOUR.! - .r !"J..

Bend -
ut your Job printing. .. THE' MINSTREL. BOOM..
NO. 11.'' ,
M.... W. C. Da. was Orlando _30 ;. WHITE ARTISTSKALBFIELD'S,. .30MINSTREL'S .' J ', ,, .. .
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PUBLISHED BVKRY, KHIDAV.BY lahor For 705terdav.' I..... . The' Ocklawaha Nurseries p'

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BY -' Saturday a new line of_'Lace tl.

.-B.-, -H-A"......---I.,.. .. chemisettes aDd collar at.,.,, KATL'A! ." r, 4 ,; ;
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Official Weather* Report, ._._,.. ,CTbureday'I4ov 30thla s spa T.Onus*'Oroww': *who SIBB*to Mt t'.,f.* h eti t( W t '. ;.:
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arraai TBBrSBATVB* iW*... 'gwww.TXUYDA 'JL' this p'alr. rW111McLaughlln ii rear llbltahed. we want kit seed "" Sw:eala1n .. .lItoll) W Jaws*** 'In'1 ,
: tIfjI&rt..u....
Y "'..1... No,. W 1106. : .__. made_ ._a flying trip. i ell, the 48..al'.1I,0'L..dt.I't tae. .eras w.kNiwebb.dLrerr'. ; :... :;.:1
......- u.- WUAA.. ...vW ,'"'' ou -. .:-.. -- _. - Nap 18M. freit industry" I. rt. ... ,
auuaa1. and _
we bNNVe w. give .lultft. .
via.; "II.. aaili.fall, Sheriff .*. M, Walker and little T MIN L.S.. few Bad oM ........... Oar.......__' an u..ellrax Iutera.tioq or eteeta. to... _: Jt.

- daughter went f to Orlando-Wtdnea. Kalbfleld's Enterprises.'" prplietim' 1 >. .aa4 es1r |OIM van.ito.arsItwiniMtoywirlniTMiolook pr.p..abel ta'er our.. ;
Stars .
High-Class vies
BO 80 day. Ua&ike_, gad we ....
,Idq 9eendat Vaudeville-.1:0.: I -. rmi will dwdds tocjlvs. a. your patrosaa atler oo..ldevt.R'
Foxy
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.rn :: New Jine.of fall and winter Commodore :A Musical l
,... ::1' *Clothing zee la".1e wkr* sovfftrrou. ..pests. Ldwpa.oes Ie
= 1> M KATZ'S"'U. Comedy.l Magnificent First Part thou wan plans, tbar.ra.u sow.tor''all,sad. .tDler .
,, ? 6T. IIigh-Class pleating.I
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w Abs. ,
Col.. V\.. E. ' a0 white ay.
Cadmen of NarV .
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ridneeiei?::; "." 60 coosee.was a prominent visitor I W | Speeclalt'pn, Klegatit:) Costumes Novel Street I ,
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\'II1tPIION.. P. )t. awn, Wednesday. .. Parade: ,.Superb. Band a Orchestra.. THE.OCKLAWAHA.NURSERIES.
Now j i ii the time togetvrrBargatns/ :
at Stanford's. File. Sale.Messrs. ., O W.CONNsTB. PRO..'TANQKRINB. PLAt
Ouf.:rl for, loo of.advertlse KISSIMMEE C. LasA0Tr .
: OPERA HOUSE :4t1IraacD. SlMlwM; Ply;
care among the- reading-, matter ont J. .L; Coat and Wm. Chase Saturday Nov. 25 f
In
were town from Orlando Wedoes.
t I. |page: I* ten cents per line each Inlon. day night., > ---,' -=- -

r Smoke Key Wet. Havana, the beat Big Fire Sale at STANFORD'S.: .Judge. D. Berg,*, of Orlando la 'in .

-- , oo Cigar on the market. 'Mrs. U..A. Hinton of vnoldsiGa.; town. on legal!\ business, 1111l111t11111111111111111111111111111111111111I11E1n1i111' { ( ' 1 tJnn ., ,.

Louis I Kalhfleld'S Mlo.trel Show Is visiting/ the famvlyof her sister Mrs.N. The,Fair Is reported a great suc '

will appear at the Opef-a House on B. Carson, ,, and other relatives .lathe cess, and large numbers are In attendance 1 WATERS & CARSON GROCERY CO. it"E :
Local News. city from all
Tuesday. No*. .2&vh. parts of the. Slate. ,
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T.- -" Have you seen our new Lint of Dor* .STANFORD'S Big'' Tire Sale 1* draw Mr. W. D': Johnson left today on AGENTS FOR '3 1.: '
t.h1 Dodd Shoe: atDaqn's.. log large crowds dally.: Don't wait the noon train foe. StatcsborO, Oa. ,
------ - - - - - ------ until tbe goods are all picked! over. where .he goes on business and
Don't. ,fall to read the ad,. if the IMAPES FERTILIZERS :
\Vade the Tuner. Orlando.' 'tf Mutual Life.Iodu.trlal Association on The Waring Dry' Goods Co< have pleasure combined.,old home,Sutesboro' is Mr. .

Minstrel J. November 25th., the 1 last, paRe of this Uue. opened up the small. remnant of their = ====.= .' ? =3e : ..
stock of goods which was saved from '74.11 who have returned from "the . :

Fewer gallons; wears lo'lrerDe.oe; For the cheapen. meal to: t*. had go theft.' ID J. M. Willson' Jr'.. building Fair say Osceola has a magnificent. = Highest' Grade-Best Crops-Largest Returns -3:

Everybody.lu.going,1.0 the Fair.White to the ' next to his office. to exhibit. of her resource, and are of

CITY BAkEHY. OsCEOLA MEAT MARKET. ,Attend 'the bill Fire Sale 'noir oh at.STANFORD'S. the. oplniou that. she stand a good c ? Perfect Safety 'in. Their Use. =3 ,
Star laundry- showing for
Mr. Hiram Plait formerly of this Eighteen thousand dollar the. bent. winning. first prize fOr == -
Fine clotblng{ ,at K.Dner.00'*. County but. now a prosperous fresh worth of goods-to. be sacrificed In county exhibit;; ''' ::::::

Capt. and Mrs. J. P. Sharp Visited meat dealer, of/ Melbourne, has beentransacting the. next 30 days, 'Aa ThaobjlYlnlr'drawa nigh Capt c. ,Send for Circulars showing danger ot using Aciil ==

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undo last. Saturday. business la town tbU week. Mr. Malcolm Waring" ; manager; of Mallng's. Berkshire pigs have de E Materials on' bur light sandy soils, and how,great,.
Do want. a good meal? A good the Klsslmme Grocery Co..' veloped a sudden fol dae.a' for turkey ..a'c
YQU losses
StvUon Hat at. KATZ'S. toto { were made by farmers last '
\ year throughoutthe
clean bed? Come to the Lake House. J&4JlcaooylJle'edo !.d.", night aDd rartilayln* havoc "'I b 'hI' floe 'a
Mr. and Mri. Roma Thomas. were a fresh stock of groceries to replacethe of bird*, whl<;h are a mixture: of =: State., JltULUU1UlttLWtttll1LUtttttltlLUtttLUUltULUtutlliLLUL,J '
prlando.visitors last Suo4sy Thursday, November the SOth bas stock lout. by this. Company In the the bronze and wild turkey.. '
been utet apart at a day of ThankKlrJnj *- recent fire They have opened business While ? '
] The Lake House now open for : by. the Pre.ldea( of the United again In the Bearden'building next.to. attending Court -would be a :U1itLiC
spection. Mtate tb t.ta proclamation Issued Be"eral > Kats's store. good time to call in and settle r--------.0 a
dues to !the While
Valley Gazette. d _
Mrs. C.; M. Green, of Tampa Is day ago. For Monday, only, 100 pairs of most of our subscribers responded to I

visitingfriend* in town: Don'l fall to see :Louis KalbBeld's Boy's and U Irl' shoes; to IrO'at cost our'call for funds- few weeks ago, +

Kanner A Co's 13.60patent. Minstrels, at. the Oper. House Nov price at Kanner A Co'; Come early there are still a number who are in .
Klhl'r Try shoes, they are guaranteed.Tlie 23th. This show carries thirty people and make your: selection, : ' arrears.J. C: A. CAKftON.Prld. JOHN M. LBB' N.:.. CARSON,
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and a lot of magnificent Fine Bt. VIf-PflI4'.t:, Caehb'r.,
scenery.
It. Graves .
"Stanford
FOR 'SALE. Four .of land Carson
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first minstrel show of t.h4 : Urai Band T-1 acres
i sea- stngln(,;, dancing, etc. A Graves Hardware
Co., aDd '
with five J.
room cottage, situated 11 H.
the () House, Nov. 25th. State Bank of Kissimmee
On-AL :
pera Prof. M. II. Smith returned Monday miles east of town adjoining the. old Gilbert, County treasurer of Otceola' ,

Mr. W. D. Johnson made a bus-! night from Tamps, abd was very Rob. Bass place Apply to Mrs Mary county, half brother of Bob Davis, 'Kissimmee;

eu trip! to Orlando Wednesday. much pleased with Oaceola's exhibit Pennel on premise for particular both of Klsilmmee were here today Fla., .
tte thinks. the County stands a.good for treatment. fir cancer 'at. Harris' -.-
,Lowest prices In Fresh Meals. at Messrs. A. B. Fields, Chas. Tilston
(Oweolti Meat. Market. f ,show of winning flrnt prize. and Beryl Wood, arrived Friday Sanitarium.-Orlando Star. 14th. I PAID DP CAPITAL......\ .......ipanry f 80 ooo ae.

Mr. and Mrs.* Leonard Williams, Just. arrived fine: trimmed hat. at. morning last. from Benjkon Harbor The civil suit"of Hopkins vs. Settles; .., 5TOCKHOLDBV8 LIABILITY ,..'..!- SO OO oo" F

Kanner & Co.Mr. to spend the winter Mr. TIl.toqls replevin of cattle -waa begun yesterday ....,. . .. p
spedt Tuesday afternoon in l Orlando.In. .\\lch. In County Judge Johnston ... DEPOSITORS SECURITY. .: .,.,,' 10O 000 DO s,. .
boat and will
building a go Court .
< canvassing -
Jis.! Is
Ladles do want. skirts. ,, Murphy now dowlI'the river and and Is still In progress 'toed.,. A '
you new hunting trapping.
goK the town and County ln the. Interest of i, large number of "ltDe.ae..re Prompt and Careful Atteatlos (ivvsj to silil matters a&t,,
A Co. Mr. Fields has ten oflain In .
Doer purchased acres trusted to us.'
Excnasges .
good at
the Mutual Life Industrial Association attendance and the case Is alfpolata at cheepeatrates.
from Mr. H. D. Fuller 'being
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Mr. J. T. Seymour of Jacksonville of.Georgia, and 1. with near ..' '
meeting greatsuccess. : Winter Haven and will strongly) contested by both" sides. '
|ls here on a visit, to his parents' and Don't fall to read his large orange I'ro.ye.HOD. plant a"l Judge J. D. Beggs, of Orlando I.repre.eotIDr Is J YOUIT BUSINESS" ,'OUCITEU.IBS .,
children. ; adv on the back page of-tbls Issue. Hopkins
/ and Jo. H.
... . Jones
Joi. H. of Jones of .
HUT your shoe from Dsnn'a aDd Stanford's entire stock win be Iotaregardless Orlando Is representing .. ",t
His
here business .
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was on yesterday.
will value for *. of cost. In the next thirtydays. Nettle : ., .
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you your ... ..... -
brother State John Jones ::::
Attorney
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The best bargains will be secured QOn bmorrowSaturday( )'afternoonat I ; ,. ,;
Mr. A. K. Dearden -aod little son.laymondrvisited ha been confined, to ,hls home .In 3 o'clock .
who at St. Johns
by those come early. Episcopal"Church
Orlando for the .several
Orlando business days .
Miss Adelene Rova
loodsv. Mlsa: MsttleDandy went. down to with dengue fever, and Mr.- Jones has Cllne, of
Philadelphia be united
Tampa oiJ- to asslnt-Mn been representing. him at the fall term' 1n mar- .
Friday .
get "
Fall stock riage to Mr. Robert Stan Ie
at Bullock
arriving dally Kanner ,
ting the Woman's exhibit from thin of th*-Clrcull Court in DeLand. of 4 :

County ready for the''openingof, the % The Inysnga/groom/ Is Rhodesia a brother South or.Mr.tkH.Africa. sosceqLA > ,ly ,,, ; .. .r

Sup W.,Ji. Sears. Dr. W. J. Simp- Fair: on Wednesday. Tbe Insurance adjusters.b.vqbeento Buttock, of tbe abstract, office: and
this and ;
town week we
on and W. B.la Harris spent. last. Sun- If you want to change your real l t*.. all claims arising/ from damage understand by the the. bride is a sister of Mrs.'.Bullock.. ''J IHARMA.OYi
Orlando.
alf rrDoua t.te holdings see J..:M. Willson Jr., receotfire'were satisfactorily adjusted.The Mr. Bullock and bis bride will leave -,

If you have, any_ laundry _to..send on the subject. "-, adjusters were Lawrence Haynes, for South Africa.: : ,.

l way, and want. It "done UD" In good The childrerfof theMrthodlst Sunday of Jacksonville, S.Y. Way,Orlando, Stove When,you heed anything In. the Drug; Ling f **

hap!, phone the, City Bakery _. School will have a Rally,nest Sunday H. J. Drane, of Lakeland H.< C., Wood. ;

Mrs; 'D, C. Lee 're uroflll Sunday t evening/ in lieu of the regular preaching Uare Jacksonville.-- ' We wllj' furnish'Stove Wood, delivered call up ,No. 3, will, be delivered at .once. .
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Iffht from abe spent service. .An Interest loa" pr &'raal tProf.-'M.. H. Smith, principal 'of the to any part of town at .I.()() per Wo also carry a run line ot: Indies ''Sh j
BlRitttprelatlv.s.where S'-
|l h s summer .. baa been arranged fpr the occasion; High School went down to Lakeland Strand. 'MA. ofAKJ) LUMBER Co ;, a'rifi.
f Invited attend. '
Wear a JoaJ Hhtrt. Oea.'Clm..t and everybody to Friday afternoon to spend Saturday; and Scissors., Try our famous Hug.I& .*t

PSOD'S, ' v ".,, Private' Table MBS.Board HELEN PERDKW.> 1 and Monday Sundaywith he went from his Lakeland..downto On YOUR ATTETION ", Money: refunded"If! : not Batlsf etpry.' J(1' '


K.W.C.,L.arrived Johnston Wednesday, of Wlnston night-Salem, and. i George-. Washington Wylly diedeuddebly after Tampa the installation and spent. the day the. Osoeola looking '* ,FORA: MOM NTI " ,,"' are In ,business. .for:_ ,;your, -a.ltIt.r! :''t ';;;:. '

Vlll spend the winter b"....' with hisother'Mrs. I at his 1.1.01 Hope borne in BlAb School' .zhlbl" fer ti>" Fair.Mrs. ., t t ;
; 0. V. Prefer r- the ninety.first-year of his ape, Tuesday .. Smith also went. down to Tampa, 3Ve now ha.ve'.n. stock,.the finest '' )01 .
.. Nov., 7th. Ue was the oldest Odd line of Toilet Articles THe leading Drug 'stare;
and will remain until the Fair closes. ev9r8hown
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Have you'.eari'ftfe Peenants. Brand Fellow in, they world., Heart failurewas c ( i
She and Miss Mattle Bandy will, baecharl'e in the ,
our city Among
newest
fani*, if Dot jtarto KiDDer 4 Co. !the Cause of death, '01 the Woufan'. .exhibit\ >) from numbers 4rfr ti

The ordinance of baptism will be Jones'Wbikey ,,
Paul at 11.25.per this County . '
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IdmloUtered .LL ,
at theBaptist Cburcb quart at ape jiagie oaioon.t COLGATE'S OASHMERE . .....
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lefTSunday night Immediately after } MDQGE.. PRO.recital .. troo. J.: M. Bryan has sold his fine BOUQUET """"' ..,

e ruioo... Public Invited, ,I orange grove near Klsilrntnee to his TALCUM ,;, ... ., ;, j ,..Jt'C.
},4 Csldwlll'a class ,
mUJIl !
rs.. gave a three Nathan, John and Will '
ions
Medium ,and heavy' weight Under. at. her residence Wednesday Bryan, andwill make hts"home at POWDER.-,- ., --- - --- ,. ; A. CARSON.,IL_,_Fr_..ld_._.t. ( .'M.' C. BSYAN, SMrvMry...... y ,I > lit:
fear (fOr men sod women" KATZ'S. eveningwhich was attended by a naola, on the East. Coast,' In ,uture.The EASTMAN'S CRUSHED ROSE; ''X's; : ,,9. 4 t ,

Dumber of the friend and patrons "bf Is of the finest ..
Dr. Jno. E. Ennls of Naroooisee, Bryan grove one TALCUM POWDER. .' -1' :'eWaters' .;i)
ras In town Wednesday oo his way to the class. Avery pleasant. evening/ pieces of property fa the County. con., l'' / i' .J: '" .. '

amps, where be business reported by those who attended. talnli.g. about-' 1150 larger trees, ,andbeloA' f.L f.
went un a BEEKMAN'S Carson
VIOLET .Co
valued ..atabout, $30,000. Mr.Uryan's & Grocery, :' lg
natter, and Incidentally, to taken In Phone,your,wants,._w. do the running. _. ; '
- - friend here will TALCUM
Us Fair.The many regrethis POWDER.MENNENs .. ,
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KISSIMMKJC DRUG COMPANY.. determination to permanently: ,. 1 -- 'wfol.wb and ..tall..I. < '
Bakery 'VIOLET"TALCUM ; oj.
City Is agent for the the County, but-will wish biro every "

bite !Star Laundry-tbe best In lobe In mentioning the loses by the fire success,in his new home. POWDER ... -
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laid, last week, we failed to mention. Dr. F. w : .' QLI; 0C. E R" :.r'E'i: .s Ii' _

I 1>1'. ThOMatOn h 41 moved hl. office 0. Thomason Hoberson's who bad his drugstore.ofiloe-lo returned Mr. .H.Tuesday C. Chapman night and from family Green All these are." celebrated :goods I 1 .",._.,,: '. .. ' .
of
the rear ,
orally Jntuihe.JIatQverj.be old Although ..moat..JJf. _hls. fixtures 'and Farms, Conn., share they have been and are' most ,"gratifyinff* the .. . ." ... ... I '1

*i lluoui, recent y -vacated by Dr. Instruments. ,were saved, his loss was conduotlog Mr.. Ch.pmau'--.ummer souL. _ . ___. ..L._' ( ,_\_.::. O"'fn..A.B"!' $ roe. _..._ .. : t'... ".," .J
w. ?
.a
nearly two hundred dollars. hotel during the past season Mr A neWxarrlval of Souvenir PostCards M

Men's vlcl shoes $2.00, at Kanner & ., about laundry work Chapman is now preparing Hotel are now In and its a nice II'A; Y ,' CRAVES' ;
I Pertlllzers .
0': For particulars Klsstmmue forth winter tourist season Celebrated' ; : .
way to get a reply to that "Ion ., .. .
phone the City Bakery. Our boyIs and expects. a large business.' He now ? lt j k
Mr. A. E. Drought returned.everal always ready to call and get. your has Prof.. Joe Nimlts engaged removing looked for letter." GRAIN. : 'El T V.r"H,

lay* ago from Ireland where he bad packages. the grass.from the Toque. groundsIn 1 We are ready. always- to,- .do.. -'vour-'. e.wrl.. .. ..A ."40.. : .' t. ---
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n spending several. months on af Henry Is Overstreet ba resigned front of the noteu ana lobe gar running. ' hnbad.r 4..lcat. '

f leasare trip "1IUoC'.the, aoeoe ofII his position In St-ratton's saloon and grounds.will later be cleaoed off aDd /11\'", __ /71 . .', ,

II boyhood. left WedDe.da"Qr' Winter Park to .put In fl'st-Clata: shape Kissimmcc 'h I'-1 A

Gilbert has ihs finest line ofijJWall take charge of Sllgh: & Go's packinghouse Drug Co '> '>*
George for the. remainder The orange packing season Is now $ I' D'E : UR S.'w "r" '
at that place S'F 0, 0"
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I;1! a Paper In bouse toWn. tie*him about of the season. Mr. John Lig t.ey, nf In full blast., and the waters & Carson Phone! 41., u. 1 : .t ,..L.i. ' "
t {Jiflnif your j ', house
Fort Meade has succeed bin as Grocery Go's 'big'packing 4HURRAH
f J. S. (W.lker. the wel I known merebDt \. mixologist. for Straiton.is .. presents a busy scene. Messrs. Ivey ''oo'u.ntr: '." rodtioe ''pet '1"et.'l ; | l'
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and fur dealer of Bsslorer came and Yates, who have charge of' the .

up on the steamer LUll last. Friday 'KATz" alrot.'for Edwr. V Price: packing bousethis season DOW have f, OR 'THE, r1. _ ,.1war! ,.; .4 |
Tailors In .. .,, "
, aDd largefc Custom sixer running and are employing : *,w -; ; _
remained over till the return two "' ''' Tuesday,, transacting business tChicago, would be glad to t."ke.lour about t.bln.men. The ".u1\ .Ia being ca

ee.njf: Jit b many_frlendsjMy -ere. order for a fall, suit or Overcoat brought. in both by boats' and. wagon/ LAKE HOUSE 1 'M" .. .... ....sass U.L -' .* :
In"roiQRull01mede and 1* being sent forward at a lively +
Loreni brought I
"n Mr";; Waiter 1
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QQoa a a aaaQ
1906 samples of Wall Paper will on* Tuesday the United rat.e.The packing house lalow.tllro. ti* ..W.H., ,,, TOWNSEf+1D.

be here in a ,few da,.. Walt. aDd sea t.aod Co't fine Jersey cattle. and ship log out. about 1000 boxes of fruit per I JVrLM : ". P .
them. C.; E. LANG. ped them to Tampa for exhibition at. I day and It ,thought. the season. will 4t ,4- .W.'L..Van: DjrZor& Co. AND w TCHMAKSinD k
well Christmas.A ,
, Mr. tbe State Fair. These are from the be over by .
S. M. Stephens. of Lakeland 'to-
Of Jerseys In the. United ; --this 2O YEAR' '
has purchased the. fruit Coboon finest strain certain' gentlemanfrom : '"
and Wetherbeer's .at on'Hillard's States and are very handsome c& ..le.Wee.pect.t.o county, who Is in'the habit. of' carryr T orougbly'Renoyated : ; QOUD riLLBD,OASST, "IS'( .w*L i.

Island and has:,, a grove foros of. bands at see'them. their all necks.Oo return. with\ log things/ around In his-.bandswas -. _. -. ...... . ; .' :-6.. ,R, jc> J K: feeK. : I ,BllaiNOrrWAl.tMAM.sjl8!
rl&bons around other Attending' the )> j
blue the
work gathering and packing the fruitthe In Tampa New.Management ,_ ---J 1 : 7" yt
..' to''KANKEH A for prf fair. Entering altstore W 'I m.k. a V .
grove.FOR ; COt your
? < Goods < Clothing Shoes, lobe small purchase; be walked out, with a y-. REAL EST'ATEAND l : f
SALE small Inquire In hi band which lie bad packed .
-A show base. leaders in low prices.T. grip t ....
of Mr. Ueleu dew and was carrying along' through INSURANCEReom 1tFY
Pp up vye'IServe the best ,meals,1 .: .
Taylor, formerly of Osoeolapountyl force of habit, and had .gotten; some 1
Dr. Youojr;'of Johnson Clt.7. Tenn.J has boughVJ ba' is known. distance >from the place oefore,be Clean, comfortable'bedsEleffant.service ;:, fist .' ',
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soda regular winter visitor t.o,B"* tile Brewer place near Lake Oarfleld, noticed his mistake seeing the unfamiliar careful lOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOi .> 0( ; .

,.loger'arrived' io town'I a..Friday about'. eight: miles east, of.. Bartow. package) In his baud, he hurried I II '
aod stopped over here' till Tuesday The place contains ISO acre..'and was Iv returned to tbe store which' he attention' I. giver to -all.Tlie ni :' '
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morning when b..a.ook'.t.ba -steamer, purchased from r George M.aubews. had vlsltr-4 and found a maD* almost ,Idealbomefortravel-; 'for a. fairI / ; :1o1}+ 1 <'
,Lil lie fur:,Basinjrer,, Mr. Taylor expects to engage In'farming In despair;'searching everywhere for s: .
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A., the ana.fruit raising,-Courler-.Informant. bis lost satchel. Too Osoeola visitor ers and tourists;; ReasoriX, ., have twelve nioe. fnralLed rooms .: f. ,
PoU. Llghtsey, caHle, kin* of remarked that be bad aooldently. gotten U mTresl :: able rates. Come., 'andInvsttigats
day from county the; arrived home. \Vsrtnes- ,A'Oret MILE BALE Is DOw'oo atStanford's. bold of'a satchel that did not belong Block, (bears .of, the city) &0. rent, \i' x 4 If.r } .
KUslmme .04.will n ; oi.
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!P ada' tew hi..tamlly. .- Ten _Thousand Dollars to him.when the man grabbedbl9 :, daring lobe Fair ton respectable people 'lf ..t.7Wp111t'
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4awi&.b- ShoesCloth. = grip--and bu n"o10e4..:&. toes Water," lltrfats; bath and selepboo ," )
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Iloo Good I i. ''
laying, as be ts health called', /U en- worth' of Notionswill\; be sold j[ Jn the I tftb* contents were allrtght., ,disclosing WA.". 'KAU.ENBERGER, ': oonv.nlenoee.Prte..)'d, 11. O. a day:two -, ANTBfy" ....i""
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zoellent tbsj ana
and ,, lug 1 .v
These goods .wet'. the fact that tM-la.1obe cog ,,In room. Writ to-cJa7wttb. \ .....r tav.r' + ..' :.; .
buts time oAv 't.llow-wq ttays. Is base Is':!known a*,irsnuln from) sigthlly next thirty I slamaged days by being ,removedfrom : rained fltteeoj earr.eoy/Tabl ....<- In Iff ...._ l'IOPPI1.. ,.L aace) Uoa want rooaaa ........ed.1rPboae .: ,;"' .JNNOFI1PNOTAO .[s. ,"

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him_ ; i.tbe .ctoor.IJ'cJarr".hlm-----r "to"be, 1ti111-Nr- ". 'ROT R EVE/ lED BOSTON '

.. .,ttt.: the same person who' had' xa diligentlyDaunted .. ,
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tbe.,:young girl's! ,trpa.fcHss .
( : 1 Flprida State News. .Raid by Police'UUnearth'wiroloiayMalpraetlce '
SXTER .;
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been 1 '
I school l :; ,ImvJuff' 1 'In Privatsi! ,Hospltaa( ,

visited certain'nets bare come to light Aftermath, of"8ult Cast! (r

Injtpferwico to tho 'Yountf girl' ",11088 - - .

f M1LLIOlTSd' I I.reported.* the last till r representative luouitiiK. fill minting of tin old,;. Detroit She Psnsacola ;Freed From Yellow Jack, I To Print Rsv.ised Statute.*. ', < At Boston Saturday. afternoon fwen-<< \ai, .'

: family. Her. fortuneIn consider- Yellow fever, In pensacbla la thing The commission'toFThe revision* ol 'ty detectives made a.sensational descent

able} and she bas for a guardian a of the past!* Saturday night a report the general Statutes met at the Capitol upon five :'offices on Tremoat' '.

7t highly 1'(' J1'ota gentleman/ In Detroit ot' the state' b(>aUb-omcE'r shows that' a few days, ago' to ,consider the street; ;.wh'r,; It Is. atlegejf'illegal'op.Vhulons .

j She Is pretty and generous,"but not one case exists in the'city, and, bids for the publication of the stat have been' performed) '

-"p By 11.ui Yat6adee drag, .U..r. ...r"T...... x.. F.n.... ..... t headstrong.To,, her schoolmates she I furthermore; no .as __are. ;_under iur-, utes. The contract: was awarded to extensive scale, and :.although? on the an 'I,J
c la all openness" and affection, but to lier suspects, the' Record Publishing '"company of ?
..... .. ,.... .. ... ..... ........ velllance'as "
"' .y. .y .11. teachers reserved, It not sly snd will- raid did not result 'I Inany arrests'the''
.
I The fact that the fever had been St. Augustine,1! their bid being the low ]

or- ful. She,, too; linn been haunted by an Completely, stkuiped out causes much est submitted Police toun4 *. considerable material

CHAPTER) VIL k ,we all do, of Innumerable matters of unknown gentleman, and was mi nffecart rejoicing In Penaacola., as It"was feared j I, The: bids'' were tie follows per' i-..... which they think*will''aid' -then In vy
by'what consider his
she chose to. .
"i' r %> *Coutlnued."Ina'"dlstant.slleywQy, no pressfug (fuJportanee i when the.atv'l'et'and suddenly honorable -Attentions Chat she !seemedto 1. thut it would run until 'front oc"curred. -, Record Publishing company, St. AI.Ij t the future '

? .!lying ,on the. I heard steps"coming down lose her jnifcineht; and ("""ICY'he was During the past two :week, ,j I j mistine, $3.92; Foote-Davles" A; Co. tz:
In anotherloouient caught tlio In 'each place a photograph;
Cround- ttiat of 11.0\, '(>1' whose pnx lJC111! I It wail Jier'dutY''' hovyer, excellent results. have been accomplished I Atlanta;.'..47; John "Collins.. .., Talla -was
/ iVIt of voices and
"Dead?" i'Dead. sound two a wan '' taken of and of the
.1 t that of a woman, which, as ll)<" coiinlc t to return Inflnpnoed hV'1 lheae,, impressions in theflght'.wltli, thuds basses ".96; E. Q.: Painter company, Jibe, roe.11a In. .
fcspd resolvedtbemsclrca' ( her iiimiiKM hnd.nVown.ligul8hIIIR. tar.- and the btate'health'offcer, and Orlando $5..0;, Capital Publishing lI.trumenl.- found.' Hundreds) of people
) under niy wlpdow
|s not she; I know It Is not stre.
Into,, words and 1'heard and .she hail beenfOnfid more than his asnlstauts' being congratulated company, Orlando. $3.40; Capital Pub blocked.traffc) on Tremont street-: durIng > j

signor' the woman soy: -'But If some other owe MTlhbllnir/ note. and verges to j upon their excellent work. Nearly llshlng company.'.TalJahalJlle $5.65. the raids" and'' for hours; after.' :

,""t4iope you are right;;' I 'sincerely'hope Jenny Rogers/ : should get the start; of 'tjre ]1111I01"111'tIIlkiU"IIII., wh'lh0"(! lint' . Her> disappearance I six! hundred cases occurred between ] The" contract la for fiOO -volumes- .I'd.'the liiipresslon was. '.general; that |

you are right* but she had a packet me what' then' At which Ihe man I led by'tcikens-- of premeditation aaaecompnnI, is laid I I'i August 29 upto Friday, but only :3tiOO bound und 3.000 unbound to 'another girl had met death In one |I

byher, side, and In.that packet -was spoke up harshly and 'With .'I'Nlt In en.ergy'Don't Jar: l>er choolniaten to the arts of till I I' eighty of these died/ making a mortality 'be"delivered' within six months from of the hospitals. an-1 that' the P>police 'tl
trouble a .
a liandkerchlef and on tbot',,imndker- / let that you. rate of a little oVerfourteen the date ot.tbe contract bad the .
suitor, and hear caught
secret they eipeokto criminals /
.
now--there will hot lie nilotlicr "
chief was'written and that mouth froiti! sOwing I
n name cent '
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of wry soon of a Iwh'ntMllnrrlll/e"/ per l 1---- ; ottho, police was the re, 1
girl by the imuic Jenny
namota- young/ "
-- > Rogers remaining In town. I will see &tween thl foolish :girl and the gentle-; ;i to "the fact that no 'cases' ,I County Judge stilt of the) 'dl lollures which' haya"

tr "JePIJ1't'"Jeul.11 "'' to Jieui.; do you see to-' That Is all!>, limn above! 11It>lItlon..d.11'1 !! row exist and the likelihood that no I j Ro1>lea had
; But' she ROt'I'III.calls herself .Valdl Sellna gentlemen; they had passed and I So( ;\ t f .tMirrrsit: Eocslp., More J j jJII others will occur, the state has dispensed ,, men arrested at Val rico forholding ",.\\th.tbe'deatb of Suvantia Geary, the ')oJ.

Valdl I. has been known as Selina Valdi beard no more;;" But- what, they land' vale inilnlities. cjU'ltod farther with the aeilvces of all extl'a', 'up :Mrs Alurray, who was car. victim of the suit case tragedy! whose \

for years. Whatever her original said troubled 11ll"". 'aJl... when-1 'saw Uy; loan wdl-knowafnvts.' A teacher, .11I101'1 J physicians, fumigators' and 'Inspectors ; rlpg'the\ mall between' Dover- and death' followed an'lllegal operation) allotted }

4, "name might be ehe would bnve''Valdi' last night's, paper that Mr. Rogers, ofFlftyslxth had watched the :girl narrowly, |,and expects1' to'ralae. quamntliwugalnsl that 1 pot-it. ,Ai-. i-h e' was, rHI&II1..:' nL.)it. to'have been*per formed"; In the .

and only "ValdC on her kerchief. street, bad lost his chann-! tliht she does not look fop any euclclternrhtntion the c?-lty In a few ; of the affair that
Budelen'ltJiu',1C J : Abe gentleman I .
4.' "1 do not think It good reeeoning: but lug child Jenny by a who was cue of tinny visitorson Eradicate I yelled at tier to "-halt' ands th 'eatent-d' the m.ore' recent operation )pcrforme-f i
} that I determinedlo
'no matter about that. It Iii question was so overwhelmed n (01'111:11: exhibitionday, had Efforts: to Hyacinths: to shoot her 'It aneroid\ not stop. 8h* on lolu Reed a l5-yo.tr old Ctrl of

i' eoslly -'settled: All you have got'to do.Is' acqualqt threat the which authorities I -bnd(>1J of overheardIn the mysterious I perilled inoro Interest 'hi her name I The Government steamer La' Revo I| whippet| up.btr horse, and got 'out West New Held, Maine ?

'q to accompany: me to a neighboring" the hopes that If a conspiracy >\'us I linn. lu herself.foi'.Jic" bad nuked-If I urrlved at Palatka a few.daiya agoouuu ot their: way, ut onco reporting tho Although five places were entered

t station"I bad. One rather glance not do rat her it. face I Lave--had .really] ; in progress against"' the.1111'111 of 'J j l''tlierc''ns nny ia'llu //tlal' school by the Important mission as she l8ognlii '|!I affair to tho 'sheriff's deputy; who arreared !by the police -during the ..daythe

,r of such excitement Lately: Yet this name you would be able to fathom name of Jenny) lingers;: nail when'fold cxperlmentlnK: with the destruction of I ten men at a nearby tiirpencentp work will be continued next.:! week, the-
enough
Iwould never forgive myself/ If it were It and cut It abort""Merciful I ;yes had looked! with deep I Interest' lit j the water hyacinth Captain Hem tine and' carried hm! before:: authorities having Information in

p, really she and I shirked the responsibility powers!* i the person'' designated. Hut It wits not I jnlnfjway rx L a ,part of hU crew are i{ Judge R blea. .Mrs. Murray was, their poKsesKlpn Indicating .that the 'v

'of the recognition.' Let us go, The exclamation had come from Dc- with n lover' iulerewl. or so the le.- in charK.0 c>! the boat.' 'hut,the actuate I j' however unable to Identify any of business' IS being conducted! on SUCH.n .

u Byrd let us 1:0: graw. -As for the detectives surrounding niure tenelier persisted' In -declaring.nut task of destroying the plant Is under j j, them and they were turnedIo'o.8.e.! l large scale that It has become:
him looked If had whether< till*! IK-. true or lot a supervision of Dr. :
The detective expressed himself as they as they the Dawsojo. nchemist alarming Their Information also Indiotti .
4\; ready and they atarted. One glliupse struck a gold mine.; A conspiracy and large'reward has been pffereil( trf the of\ note The La Reve will !I I lion Robert .th*\t Boston has becomeshfiidquartera
McNanive of
) three victims and Vosslbly! four, already man who shall first discover, her presentwhereabouts. in week : Tampa
'and Degraw/ became a net man It be the locality for several *. | for these illegal practttlonersv -
has been making an effort to r get a
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known to them! What a day .
was not she. and during'thia time will experiment ] who bring their: patients from
before them! No' drones In the MWW r pardon for 1Valter.L, Taylor who '
u '"Singular."muttered Byrd "that Jay with several fluids prepared by Dr. !
; all parts of the country.MINOR.OFFICES .
: they should be both named epn,." live todayEach and every .one The Identity of the girl: found dl'acllnnllntJ'.All'y'thl Daw son.It. I I Is serving sentence. of_.five years

But on their"return be was tempted would have hil task. innrnlitg lint hen set in the stale prison for an assault upon -
will be remembered that the IMI 1/ TO
So much repressed excitement agiDcgraw / tled. Several persons among! them H( n.VV.BLaniiur, at tbat. time at'lorney REPUDLICANS
i to mutter something/ more emphatic lief' Reve ,whea last at Palatha, tisedcompound >\ ----L....... _.._._,_ .--:.-__ .. ,
,for just as they stepped Into.the building toted Seizing Byrd by the employer and tie "omllllviti) 'eTSeTuir )tr. McNajnee 'hi ir
they heard a voice speaking out in arm.he drew him to one! side and asked whom .she lived; hare testified to her which killed the h'aclnth".1 I I succeeded J.n bringing the matter before Latest 'Returns; from Last Wcek't. 1
'1 him what be thougbrbe mlgh1.J'eaaan- features ns those. -nn-oj-pfeatt'girl! by but was In some Instances fatal to cat Stats Election k Wt Ohio.
loud atid shrill tones: I the members offl board of''prrdona
,, replied he did the f who tie. The Government Is now endeav1 I 1('I Practically<< completely '
"A girl missing from your school ably expect. Byrd that name f> Jenny Rogers, nnrRVclally ail.j"}' *lll read returns on
.And what Is her name, please not know what to say Just yet but worked' In the large: lllrt factory In I bring to 'secure a fluid which, while ertlse the Petition! a.*'required' by the entire Ohio state ticket show. all

tw "It is .Jeol17-J@lln1Rog that !If the-signorlna's/ name win Jenny AVooMer street, near Rroome. Inquiry poisonous to plant life, will not Injure I I is I recent resolution of'.the board and the republican candidates except .for ,s';;:
"Abl! And'bow does she look WhatU Roger; 6ficr she should thus be Included Into her rliaracter proves-her to hare I live stock It la to be hoped that Dr. | ,. 'governor!: have been elected by BUI' ."
her complexion: and the color of her in the category of the young! been both "virtuous and \\ndllsh>lou\l. Dawson will succeed In line efforts, ati hopes| to bring the ease' before them Htanllal 1 pluralities.. .

a 'nalrr girls doomed by the two unknown conspirators but she was sickly and her -death the hyacinthsheally Impede navigation 1'[[ at an earlv. -date.Llv.epak . Boat} parties C'Ontluto' claim a
.
y ? "Fair, 'sir: ,very fair He ." eyes are It would be soon become which seems to have been sudden, .on the rarer majority In both branches tif; the"lee- '. ,
manifest in the extensive Inquiriesthat was, according present appearances, bar ;; .
blue and her hair a bright yellow. : to Mr. C. N. Hlldrfth, Iflatuie. The majority In either'
were.about to be made lie could solely the result of n fright, given liy I posimaNterTto
or 'At unexpected response Byrd; 8H k -Up at State University. Jr.!( a be proud of. Ho' brunch will. be very small probihlr ,
.; who bad-been turning to speak to D481.W. !- do.no better then than to return home' the following anonymous letter which A bombshell was exploded In the has hot hardly taken time for' abreathing not more than two or three for the
a : stared and exclaimed, in his astonlihment trust the authorities and await the re- was found In her rO>in: :
( 1 athleticcamp of the University ot spell 'since he took charge party that controls.'
:.' .'> suit in secrecy,and patience. "\ew York May 23 1887. I of the ail '
and
1& 'Florida office the time 1. "on
t the State at Lake Cltj ,
It was a bard task for one of the art. Miss ---- '1
"FalrT 'The woman cannot know? Jenny Rogers-Will you let a I the
.. when the "teports of the various de lookout for some Improvementhe '
TRIPLE
LYNCHING IN
'what she is talking about. Afrd-push- Isles ardent temperament It seemed< f1'rue friend warn. :you? Though you TEXAS .
It lug forward he dragged )) $raw to the to be-'ibe only'one'before him, so -trlmt- seem rat present unconscious of the I V-artmenttt of the standing of the students ran make In the malJ'.faclitt1e. of --:-'- .,\

place'"'where thla.colloquy was taking lug his friend whose interest was: now fact you hare a desperate enemy who )j In th; recent examinations were. the city and count. He has succeede.l Mob Hanj* Thr. Negroes Chirped 'f,

pl.ee. ..t..' -.Jot;). thoroughly aroused he left the buildingand bas aworu to be tbo.ruin of you He la.. j read. 'I I In establishing three rural With Murder of Whit Farm.r.A "

"$he Is an orphan," the good woman ''took his ,way-back. to his studio., not a common man and will certainly J'accomplish The ruin; In retrnd: to" cllolaaU.' routes leading out from Live Oak mob of 209 men broke Into the.!!

'' "'was now saying, "or I should not feel A* be went he seemed to hear nothing' : whatever he 'desires. standing will be rigidly enforced anti Mince bin appointment and states that Jail nt Henderson;; Tex. and rveropwcrlnK -, it7 7

+' so badly about bar disappearance. and but. those two words ringing\ In his 'YlJe 'b1"' "his determination springstwin I eighteen of the football squad will liQ will'soon have four others In. oporation. I the .ifflcers took therefromReeco. Job
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M she la so pretty too and so.--" : ears: "Jenny Rogers'Menriy,: Rogers," too much love or too-much hate 1 Call under its ban. I IHercofoi't Robert jAskew antl* one other .1
? "But.C.lrr' Byrd here put ln-wltlr and !when' 'friend-passed' ...-hIin...:as .Iannot< ; this 1'tI1cta.; : been : ;: "J"Ji l 1tf''TO. and huns them"In lbelwbliu
Deprecatory glance at the Inspector to more than once occurred It seemed all 'out as big vlollm, and before long you j .1"\1 \Vthln the past few days several '
i tically a daad letter., and the fact square. .
J 8l the other speaking *. If the first words trembling from tbatfriend's expect to visited
+ whom was may see yourself by a tialn loads of
; New York' laboring.
lt' will 1 enforced this'year fell like men The negroes'were arredUnf with two "X
"Oh; yea air. white as a lily. There lips ought to be: fine looking and uncommonly pleasing I Italians
.was not a. bluer'eyed' girl In the "Rayou heard of the' conspiracy gentleman, who will talk fairly to you. urlrg'htnlnj .,. stroke.onthe student; j and have passed .t through St.jAogustlri ., others a,few days. ago: for the murder }
name' body when they,realized that the back/ ce-route; to Key Westaod' eta far utr. The other negrtea-who i
school."' -, j'-' .gainst girls of the Jenny: but wbo at heart means you.r nothing '
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") her' name r" ''J rAnd ,.Ii. Rogers r Two already bU,.died :ami .but wrongiand; suffering.: ..- Lest you ,. football teatu lUnl1'eraltteYe\h.d( ( \; ;; Miami, to i work on the tension ;Of' 'not ;; molestod.f'members of the mOb .

"Is Jenny Rogers.1: . -. -{i"f. ,j r (.1 f.y'"' another,0 1'\1'. misaing4Theysat''the should n9t )know 'him when you see '.will < be:'a3Jlys'crlppled; because \ some V':'.theTFloridn.! East;;, Coast rwilway..!On ,claiming. .they were onI1.at'mpll,. .,
rF l '"The "dead girl Is no blonder" he BIgnorlna '' .a.1dl'llI' American and him I'will describe him in advance. of Its members failed 'In. '"exams.- I tbe' returning trains ./rom tbe' mUCh ---.e. .... '

cried., -"Her Jenny Rogers Is not our that ber name is'Jenny Rogers. If so He' Is' tall, with 'dark hair and mustache The authorities luive. turned a deaf l I are a large number who; are seeking .GLADDEN REVERSES ''HI SEL". 'fl'

,Jenny"'Rogers; yet bow carious., Two she.wilt soon be found missing also gray eyes and n polite'manner. ear to all entreaties and will! 8H lIt I.transportation to return to their

Jenny': Rogerses *on' our: books today- and If. .not. tnUsingben\ dead." 'At sight of such a man flee; It Is' your that the law Is carried'out to the homes; They complain that the ;WorkIs Says Controversy Over "Tainted Men. .
o "d-? f.- -- { .:: only safety With best wishes."A too hard and '
.1" shoulder r letter. dangerous and that .y" Is Definitely Seit'ed' ; !" 1
r Here he was,tapped on the CHAPITER VIIJESST *..- Fill END." they have to.camp In the woodsAt Rev. Dr. Washington Gladden, modt''

by an elderly man.'whose'countenance This'letter, according to the landlady Mr. -T.- C. Tallafwr treasurer of present there are one thousand mao erator of the Congregational churches
!
-I; at 'oSce 'attracted''the- artist"'by"'Uskeennesa ,TJI&' ; JlOOEJlI! JlY6'rEItT., with,whom she lived, wai given .her the. Florida State Midwinter Fair As' at work on the extension.. of the UnffSd States, announced from
and good nature. Late on this same day the Inspector yesterday evening :her return t
i' upon sedation, at Tampa, has t elye.1 hi. pulpit at Columbus, Ohiounday.l .
"Tou'rewanted," 'I>his "Wonrtbe --sat before desketudying the various -
was
from the factory; and. she did'
though : .,
that
The supreme court. ..
f' 'fromComptroller. Croom a-warrant granted the controversy over"tainted moo-
rsornethfng'bastamed reports of his .
youngdetective. : subordinates not tell anybody about it, she manifested ?
pp.".f Those relating to the Jenny, Roreraln.; so-nlucb uneasiness 'all.night on' the state'treasurer for, the petition! of the state of Florida. on ey"- has been definitely settled so fa? '
/
''t: "May I bring this gentleman? HeIs quiry lay In.-one pile and those relatingto that the people In the next room complained sum of 15000. 'to bO used exclusively: relation of the\ attorney general et as the. Conrregatlonol church Is oont)

o !secrecy Jt"I':7': '... other matters In another./ With the of being-disturbed. But In the In the pnyo:,ant of pieml-ims on products '- al.,,to bring quo warranto proceedings corned! and "that there need be no

\ The'other;woo did not seem to think former alone are we Interested Without \ morning she was so quiet that the exhibited. 'The receipt! 'of this against the members of the" Fear that moral' Issues will be raisel''
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:, It necessary to look"at the person thus attempting to r'produce'them liter landlady, became alarmed and.went. warrant recalls the brilliant fight : board of control to, show by: what hereafter in the 'solicitation. of woney. ;

commended smiled In an Indulgent ally'I will transcribe for you their sub, Into her- room, when she,, found that made for the., premium appropriationat authority} they exercise the rights, as ." '

sort 4)f) way and remarked: stance, as I take It for granted that the young girl had not only gone awa,.,, the last legislative session, headed official lll of such board. The 'writ lemade

"1C yhe+knows of,, any one ;:by the youtake enough'! Interest in,this affairto but had carried off most-ot her few ef-. by Senators James E.Crane; Rep. returnable November 2J. The Result of Virginia Election
w of jenny Roger he will be only wish to I Ii now-what discoveries;hail. i
name fects. This petition :
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was a great surprise! as resentatlve! Walls, ''and Taylor, Col. was presented the court! by Complete unofficial returns from the
I too welcome. But I hardly: think---" been made .in. relation jo it. Jenny had always seemed both booe.talld I Judge
"1 "I know 'af.Jenny." interposed De to''t Thomas .J. L. Brown originator of Arch 'Henry of Lake CRy recent.state electionJn: Virginia'show
/ considerate. But It was toUowed .
:.the.Ja1L-.mo.yean.e.u.t--aad..Meaar.\I-.A- -- ..1haL.th8 I -. elected .
\ = ftuihlioatiT'| .oD1)1]
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>* Craw a. hastylook-at-Byrd.- "FR'aCllcet'8'aTFnear1y3t100tamitiettof .
: by--rwt1J1 :t'nt' r1U1'aTllr.-'T r-are
; )
J.: Knight Robert. McNamee and F. "Everythic ls in 'readiness for 6c.cupancy -' members. '>f the generaliasaembtyi; All ;
b though hername'may oil may JOtbo the name of "Rogers" mentioned In minutes later before the landlady bad
Rogers, she bal left her lodging under L. Huffaker. by the Georgia Southern and oMhe remaining UZ members of.thJ t'
the New York director/ Of ,these, left the room, in tact strange gentleman ;
l, circumstances' mysterious; that Ibare forty, have, been' found to contain a called upon( .this-Klrl.wittralargepacket : ; --- ,s-- Florida railway' of Its new deflot 'on '.assembly._ . _.are. straight democrats. ";
com here for the express purpose "Jenny," ten of whom are Infants and : of extra work II)' his arms, and Mr.. J. JH. Bur.ne.tt, one of Suwan-)Ihe; river 1r01lat'PiaJiitlt ;-the r-- - .

of, g lnlne,Information In regard to five of advanced years. Ten more are upon bearing she had none out without nee's" substantial farmers, as well as flee flxtares having been placed In po Montgomsry 'J.ws to Mast. ,;:;v;

_- '", bet"' married., leaving only fifteen of the leaving any "word expressed himself one of the most ''successful and ex'pe. sition. The bulffllng Slid: grounds are i, meeting of the Jewish, people has '* |j

_ 4'" "Uomph!.and.ber last name Is-Dot' age.an4; .condltlon necessary to'Include much astonished since she had promised rlenced dour hunters has just return-J]r quite an Improvement to that part of been celled 'In 'Montgomery Alabama*a
.i.Bogersr' them In the of to beat to him. lie did od to Live- Oak the city and from .
t :' category young! girls.One }pone see frcm Lafayette county a business viewpoint to exprestf Indignation at the trea..f ;
"That If can DOt say. It is not, the of these not' give hi* norm,. but he was taU:'
drt'll.YPllterd81r 'the, ; and reports, that an epidemic mean much to Palatka and sur- went of the Jews |In Russia and'' rals .;
ab name ahe Is generally known b1. which of Abram good looking with black,"mustache "
living
daughter ROil 11. 'Jit a known:' as thick dengue' Is killing out _rOl ndlnc country. ? money to aid th m. '.**i
I Is- .-/ . ITer nnd He left'the
Fifty rUxth street. disease was gray eyes work and the' deer of the section Very t- -
rapidly. .
r t Byrd pinched hlf.arm.. "W! won't scarlet fever;and, 'h.r death was a' legitimate went away, looking much putout apddisappointed. .He The Democratic "--- '.,
are
k detain Mr. Gryce >bald be. Then one.'There"Ishowever' one says carcasses being found almost .campa3 n In Leon MZETAT HAQUE I IN MAY.
.turning to the other:' "May I him overy day, and that the old su. county for the.senate and representa
bring. fact connected with It that we ,hathoUKh't \(" Meanwhile, j oor,Jenny Rogers wbo, ',
alougTtWe hive already beep together It.-weI') "enough'',to i record.. if ehe had expected him a* be had said tiers are so alarmed that they keep tives' will be adong'one and doubtlessa Powers "
w tOj.Stanon:':=;A:: V'to; see; one"Jenny*Rogers Some:.three.weeks before.any-slgns.ot .had! taken moet Certain means ot, escaping their dogs'tied up for fear they will warm one !Hon.T.: \ A. ;pawls has practically- Agree to ,Accept ];?

,'and he has just heard this woman disease bad' developed in this girl'"the him.; ;was'lylag In aD alley-near. 'chase" on,?., :Mr. Burnett says the dls.easeawells.ihe announced himself -a 'candidate for Invitation of Oar Nicholas., rt.; p,

I.' 'J who has Just lJ1eJoJn of tbe djsappearancii -. ram.-to-her.afothtrand.totd.heribasb4 b_deail.. ,gbc.hfld'run,: ns ''sevfral'tes--. _throatoftheanlmaLand :,-the-senate from..thej3ghth! -8anatoylat Practically 'the- .)'lower. hate-';

a r. of another, 'and 'consequently1 was haunted by a strange.man. tlfy; for two long blocks down..North\ I It dies In .a very short time after. district: ,ftori, John W. Henderson also ,now. accepted. the irritation of Enl',". N\ '.
''+ We sire bothprotopndly'lnterested, In I W, should; lu Te,laid.shadqwed.- Moore street, and if,- us some' think, j being seized with It. announces' his candidacy for the .

... ._ 'anyttlng which, touches upon-this especial when* her' mother forced ber to expliiUi .she; was troubled with heart' same high -office. :Mr. Henderson Is peror Nicholas'' to" be1 represented' at,11 t'
.
; :; ( subject Ircan.joucb.. tot. his she told bow a certainmanwhom she her;death! is explained. lint this Jn.! the United States court at Tal- Mayor of Tallahassee the second peace'conference, and !the'-i.' ;

.w, '1f .dl.crjtl n.lId-,. ) :, . .. : .R ; did not .know, but :who had every app be:..ettlC'd"\JhrautoPsy, takes. ; bossee jwhlchnuBsJa will" fora! Y
program submit
't' Conae a ongJnterrnpteiLtheother.; peiranc;...:.ef-tbeing) a-fientlyroaa.-S. 1 n. .::. ] .... dl.eaae'1' 'few'clay. ago/- the case pf -That Jaoksopvlllle"le' ; **
l' \ "We.bavi: 'a cine to the mystery; and'. meant and culture was contlnnallybelus'i ,> The orlfciaal name ,ct the Raymond "Cay.; vs;the Coast juimbercompany ' fait becoming I the consideration of ,the"delegates attt"r';

f remarkable one IHs.'too."; \And.wlth- j met Tif her In the street, at Vajdl htsbeeii'found, : to and Vereen wee argued be. a tance shipbuilding fs port'of great impor' The ,Hague is belngjeiaborated: a"t the "

t : .out Oirtker parley 'be led,>tbem fo.a phurconnd':"oa5bq( 'school;steps.| //vllow :itbU.same fatal oust Jenny' Rogers. -fore Judge Swayne, In thb( case the three local evidenced by the' fact that the< ,foreign,:'Mce.* The dato of the conferenca --!: .
1" private'apartment VnerVseveral men be, bad looked at her, not disrespect- g ? : righttolarge tract of turpentine shipbuilding plant have

a were* already' cu.agregalfdaround! a fully I ;,but tot Intently.Tot ,Oier to do4>9, 'v $Jgned ',b,..different' ;names% tbesra lao4'1s! : ).Involved. about/'a1l the work they ..can ec'nve-. has' been. definitely .Axed for ;:

aft i% !sllai!young'ellop ,of, _', ifoodfcounuenqe that tils interest was the result of some rlditis\ .reports IDtt're.ted.tbe. ; inspector Tar fcConsiderable/ ;: ; *\ ....*......- nlently' himdte.for' some time'to comet May next, ' "* < .,f"JUJ ,

and frenk'mnnnetr'. and. they strongniotivev 7..U 4"I.utrae1t1teYU- greatly :Pondering upon them be decided I Jnterest,, has been _. : ,. >
,aoon; oundof* jpeilow. ..SnQ'So |CC- addressed,her, be always'had the appearance ; !.that the vld ncsof.a conspiracy In Three carloads of ostriches arrived"- : !, : : "' . ; ,
,. jInspWn' .vo\fcP-.; :. *..,:. it. ,,,of being-.on 'the' verge of against girls of; thts r.ame\w.re'rood.'\ : roused,, Ocllii., Caw recently"by the from pCL. 1BALK/.AT; MARTIAf. 'aAW.( ,;
M, to.h;. 'Pa'being .tlte:: 11".: r. dong)| ; *X Sbtiwas not frald AI C aim> andifliat{ .the' strangegentlemanwtio: "oubcelftellt: or ii; 'probable .\:'pur- 4 fw'.Vork in'! St; 'y.gu.Ule.! :for. i. ; i i--.i..4 ,
R.t;+ '))aid ugh 0 t .Jifr would'rathernot walk'out appealed In' alt M' tih' .William.,lFord., ,Th.,, latter" 'ha "
: bqt. ; ,these':reports laving ct ; ,lioalh"Georgia and' Wea;! .Rsprssslonr. Drives>Th.m-t0 i E..p.r"1
i alonIs al&rif.(/ ; >"04l after' ::this"'tonfesMon1 her the last. was one IIhd the same mao A C4atrJ'8l1r; byvth ; ;Seaboard/Air ;leased 'the'ground8"of'tb{ v8ti:' Aiigusytlne1 -t: ., ties and 'Tr ble.. t IrnirilnsntThV ,

,GJ"' to shdsaying. ". .n pqentll!! took god"'meaeuree'that; abe deter cJhet: -< ....;( ,theryfote.\ ,caUed ; nistso i
'' on't stfcnld pot; b* ,called! upon. f o'do'! ;'so, < !glue .uch clues to this .'In.as 'A*elr'n' B< yot
i iJynin II xJtowaekalateYs.,e'wis.takea and gathered all,for[ .ths'.ton :
\ repeating acJ ; ; Jll dlaldbai, _could be : :from'tl 'rJ1.FI L' Ll2eino '' birds,, will form, b4? ,, .
c r''h.i'U..tb..t' .. sportnthl seaio'n.v
)t'w,,s } ,: AI m lf'win.'d.W' onj ths-iroornlpgypf\:her,.deathwblcU; 1 ea1 varlpu reporfs with an Injunction - ; ttie 'eel.brdwllk4xtend'tbe thai ; ; At ajan Polan l, has causedV inrp'rt w '
grounds area '
p.' tkndtlstb'avenuecif. "be.'I wis-\ 'stndar,0(Strange gentleman ,. to haVe'h1lm-fflrtliymiDj' | .iaAlinef( : 4ine,; ftom }lt, : 'one-:tbird mllNtncatandgrand'stand ) 'exasperation"a)14therelare1apPyeluisa!' '' :*, !

'tw..tJu, and ca led at tb 'boo.. and asked foriber tot t e"
= niy jsam. lJOIIt.OM..rJoo.ac: i u,;.. ..a. *oJ4 the sVd! jews and seemed rtmalni of.the,poor girl.found la l tth.ult of Mexlcov-tbereby! : ,baying. !: Locu'psrl4e''dIei, ,,: ?tI. ]th'/'hew"atj;' ;wortie.tbin; *: O'i, :

atteo/l! .["blla...a+*ISNt'dsktl ggas ...c sboeke& but turned Immediately _b ea'Bq..a' 'J:p P.' Ate bijL t1 ai.Ira"teratlarAl. ' ,-tlie'traction: encouragement, ;,their. 11Ibe'' ,taken' pla'e., t't'.v"l), ,iJ;,-

..aclr 1 .'doc*. .and was'tklnklar'as' awns. AreUUv Whocaurbt srllmoic' -- To be COnt'.JIue4.! sacvnl: of its..- kind Ja,th*\atatsc,, \ : ..OIt '
,..._'<'J ,. ui fi240f ii :":.i"j. ' ie ,,}, / ",," .L. ... ,j,' ..;... ; t l' ,.. totJe e :):4
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1 FROM ;Fifteen{ .CentsPer""''' I II :0'oft inltlt&i:In: "Camormaa l | y '

i 11.w+ d.4lB w L t. -, r rr
Sick, Hea ache 'N WSig1! i. .'.. am!,11. /I Sl" p. ,

JI f}{ 1...' i, A A- I ,iii It 1I..t g. .e"fL-" f; '.... ,' "r' ,f" i 1 r ;. ( .-; The; trade iii 'the. (9iet> opng; up I! \

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I SHOULD USE// 1 I FARMERSJJRGEDJOjHOLD n *, .. t"i ' '; Ou exports ,to, JY pan"Jln.: :I d ;:China "'m\f.t.lr iplii: ,

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I'. f.1. ir ''1'I' .. ,. ,,:-dunngthe; last year..I. I L to.. , f' t;, $ "

Condition* P"olrt. ta Maximum! .Cro.. .. 4 .4 .. "
; Th re"Jwill.soon increase In
Only 'Ten Million Bales and frit. remend.ptis

teen Cint.1is, Logical Price I' ,.?.Jr, .of ,>? tl e, trade of the,, Pacific Coast cities ,with the Far .

I1ERBINEPor ..Bays President "Jordan. 1East h .. ... .. ..... _......
'X "t ? *.*** : : i .
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-- Flf '!n-cent ooktoa'Is' now. the .lo thg, opportunities? for the' man who- lives-there-i :}, :

tan of jliii Southern Cotton' AesoctilUon.i < :Why not lock'tiie', ficld'-ov: 'er? ' :":' "* -** ,1\'* j 1f,
Permanent
.
I Relief 'The).recent report of t%e,,United. ,

.BaDln DiPZPSLA act. din ftAUJUA e tl Y, bnthe ever It.wUl cure COXS11fA-1' \ .btat4s department pot Agriculture i .. ;: : jOnly I $ :z 50, .Ghicagp: to San 'Francisco,or Los I ; ,
AND
f" from ailjo!.onOUI 1\'Ilneral\ substance.ClULLS.and Is ca n b"entire1 po..d'sofaVof fne. strongly. supports? ?! "theInformation, Angeles and return May ii
: 2 10 j
II ura-GITIJIG MED, Especially adantsd for weak and warty which the association has-.gather el : 3, 9, 12,13, l

' I"; ',.,all constitutions d.t'angsments str.ngthens of the human the wulcened bod,. glands. and orp.naJt' *-*." from Its many I correspondent' i .29, 30 31 June ,August 6,17\ 8, 9, 10, 11; ,it2,13>E j "

_, ,CURED, .,HER SICK 'HEADACHE" -throughout to show the that,southland the:maximum of'crop tines : and. 14, 1905.'. Tickets.good for Jet rn. for 90 dajrs. ? "'

, Texas Mrs.writes Josle! Cameron"IEttt113ZRBIN1"Centralia Avenue gives me Temple.<) ck. thlsTyear-; 1 be 10,000,9.00.. 1 *, Rate 'for a 'double berth in a comfortable.Jourist ,' ,PJ

P relief and take pleasure in recommending it to all Baaed on these facts President Bar
tromen.who suffer from sick headache." I .vie Jordo* of the cotton association a :steeper ;)fromChicagpio San ,'Francisco: :;J-.osj '

WITHIN TWt RXACH OF'ALLy declares thaw::... remainder of' the- crop| Angeles/Sa.nta": '' Barbara, and : other '.points] .. .

I r' ,w Cents' A Bottle Avoid All Substituted should not 'beNiald for less. than 14cunta. ._, -'California train from 1 I[
,Thls'be statte will put the entire fin' only $;. Through. ;service

Ballard Snow Liniment.." Co. crop into the hands" of the, .,,_8piu., 'oJ Union PassengerStation, Chicago, .via' the. J ***

,St. ,Louis U.S. A.BOLD of D.er..t.aQ average prlcexof" 12"cents.. ,

a BjSkBSfkS BkBS BSk President: .; : '
aBB Yor.data.NY'
'The open declaration of HtSn- Jail, Milwaukee St. Paul } ,
Chicago; ; I
AND RECOMMENDED BY, aa : Wilson, uecreiary 'of agrlculture i

interview published In the Wash.itigton ..",
For Sale at ROBERSON'S. DRUG .sT RE.\ Post on Monday that the recent '
.. : Union Pacific and Southern Pacific
---- -- )1 'I condition report of 68.8 published , .Lint .
by his.-lepnrtment 'U accurate and '} t-S
II. "

KISSIMMEEBOITTB._ T : "' Ti'uatTvbrtByF"aad""rwhlch-the year' crop will bo _ln the neigh that "T.1iis-xs fiferouteofTrie"weilan:; : : Ji: >;nited;' eaviu g'-"Union f- 4' .

borhood 'of only 10,000,000 bales, Passenger Station, 'Chicago 6.05 p.,m'., ,and 'The, 'California t +,

.should knock out all ,th high estl Express .at 'io.2s'p.: m.... The California Express carries'tourist l lIS

EIVEE . mate people and put everybody" down sleeping' cars' to ',California. every day.: Both' trains: 'carry" ,4
ou the Working:.bales of a shorLcroi."It ,. 'thrO 1i standard '
sleepers.
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,that Sow tt
to know
la
gratifying
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STEAMER : .
LILLIE: 8T1CAMER ROSEADA "- .
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Johnson/ 1t.Regular retary Wilson's estimate ot \the crop "
.CaHamCUjrJohnsonJ8r._, Captain: Clay
'".ekly trips to Basslacer "aid"return.' TRo8 adalea"veVlCissTiikae i '" t om'tepou'N'"madeW4htsdepartmen5.oorresponde : ;.,,-'- -ComQtete receipt-of Information wkb-'bUnh'sentYroe', ,". ....-..-'_. -_'.. .-._::,...-, .. ...,.!t..... -..-.. :,,.- ._-= ._: _. _..'... . J 1;' i son
ao nearly with that of the j coupon '
. Taesdaf moraine, and arrives rjsalmmee Friday evening. lines tilled .Name : ,
Bpeclal Charter Trips to Lake Ok .chvbe. and Fort Myere on-tb. Ullle Southern Cotton Association. Add tha. ". '. \... ., ,. r r
'bomfortable accommodation for psssemers. Rates .....oD.bl.. Haters anJ .city crop to our assocla: W. S. H WELL, 'Street delr.... j" J :
The mostpicturesque Waterwa/ Florida tion's recent estimate of JM41.000bales ) at. Butcrs Ant fit .....w.", ,, ,- '1 't j. ",,' l' I
.For Paaaenger and Frtlcht Rates apply to ,, atid we hare, a crop In the. NEW.. YORK. CITY. lit--' .. _//i" .1.__,_, ',J -I Stat( L :' >- !*?
CLAY JOHNSON 8R.. Proprietor neighborhood of 0OODjlJ)0.<
'On bpard "....UI.." Kl.slmmtsltle. \WUson's\ estimate. forecasts tbdepartmont' Ot.eF.. A. MILLER, . Probable destination.CAUrOKICIA ; ____
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figures for December J, n-i n1 h..sar .
._ ___.L._ ____..__ ____ ._. there can be no' change'for the bet CHICAGO. .
-= :: ::1 := : :: c . : ]i
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= = = = = :; = :: ter :during the neat fifteen. days."Aa R

NORTH KlaSIMMEE.. PHONE NO. 8. we Sow hare- the moat accu 6.I
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ate-information from' the'' two most ,TO REORGANIZE .ASSOCIATION.' NN NN NN N
authentic, and reliable sources that .I.IM'

C.. W. GRIFFIN this crop will be about "10,000,001 Prealdcnt 'Jordan '}U. Announce : -"*
bales. InclaslVe of abort and long star" 'ment.to
l-le*; it Is unquestionable'that the bat'"enee 1 President .
of char grog remaining in the Cott.ol1.A.

Fancy Family Groceries hands of. the planters- should not ,b t lowing: 'eJ1.no f
marketed for Jess than'lii cents?Phis Tliai annual ,
would average.,the 'crop to the spinners 'election of > t :
# : 'at about' }i cents, apd tbat price Sc thern' ; ,,

... 'FRESH n EATS i Ii' "not1-.hrah: ''considering the;present ;.the-, tton- : : : ; ; ,
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., abnormally high prices and '.unprecedented l tllbeo Is Dear : '' :
demand for_,cotton; goods I. officers and ; ;
Delivery everyday, at any hour; patronage solicited:'... ;
; ;
t..v; t "I. ahull/therefore Issue'at onoe a subdivisions, ;
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proclamation the planters and hold- 'trlcts. and ; ;

'//./ .'. . ', :,',' ;' . era ,of spot' cotton In,the south to ., are diff :' \ :;". : ,
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stand' firm 'for 15 cents and follow Btate., will t };:;< ,, '
this up with the.inoBt: active campaignyet Saturday In J : ; ,, ''

Devil Clock" in Old Mexican Town undertaken by ,the ..associationM chants and |, '
\ .Ul>rfiiivtimt4 V_5._'_.. the ""mnttlrci'w_.._ cotton',belt 4MJrecent My ,quested to :<< : ;
>k Investigation among the spin local nieeUng 2; ': '
o'clobk;and ....It was a great event .
Local Watch Repairer Ma4.Tlm* ners' supplies, jobber, scarcity A cot- sections of
In the town's history moat of the population -'
pl.c* All Right but Could from -ond to !
gathered In the plaza to see the ton goods" and the now confirmed : ':
Not R.gulat.'tb. Striking Part clock start and bear It strike.When shortage 'of the crop from all''reii' sent them in ?
'of HI. HatMllwork.IA .. the hour came the clock, struck correctly . able and: trustworthy aOuree. lead.me tlon. The ; :
my trarrtiMn Mexico Visited a. an'd continued to strike correct-. to take this action, and I want the will'be held '

.- city which bat a town clock In-a- high I ly.until-t o'e\ocJc.-whea.Jt.atruck.uJI\ to_ active -co-ooeratlon of'-every' one, In cember, 9thL,-- I
towerand this clock does not run slxti'-one.: When 2 o'clock came the- favor of higher prices." day These,. '
says a writer In the Kansas City Star. clock struck 113 'times. The whole feet their I :1
I learned Its history from:the;inhabitants. town rushed out to see' what was the TO 'CONFEDERATESProposed election of ; ;
It appeared that one of theleacilng'cltlsens matter It happened that the builder ot 'from one
of the .town bad vl.itIed of the clock'\ lived at one end of the, BeEra'cttd In represent :
to Arlington'Cemetery.at :: : ; ;
the United Stales, and when he town and when he heard It striking the general : : :: 'Ji-I
returned to hip native city he Insisted up'to 11 he leaped out of bed, seized Washington meetings will ,
Plans for the raising of funds to
that the town ought to have a public a wrench* and ran' down Ibe'-middle state 'capltols
clock. He called a .meeting of cltlna of the street to the plaza. climbed? erect a monument In Arlington 'cem the delegates : 'i
*<* Jald the' plan before"'them and the .towr and stopped It Thereafter : etery at' Washington to the- confederate ty 0'r ,
they I subscribed $400 for a town clock. he was to \be seen everyhour running dead are to formulated by a will elect I ; '
..The engaged a local ...atch.-r"ep.au -doan-Jb'e; _street with a wrench, the Joint committee trom' every confeder,
to tuiid the clock and gave him or- whole town cheering and Taug5Tng.while ..-. :organisation 7n i the district oM2olumbia .and also th e- )
He had never seen a .town clock but vent .tbe'trtking apparatus from run to be held shortly. tori : Rf

__ be..agnt. to a coast (town an0 secured a ning away 'The poor ,man put up. The cost of the construction and representation f .
small .striking cIocETaUd With ""W'tth-tbli only-a fewrmonthsand-than., .ecutive i'f.
marine
'erection" w11l"t>e placed--at- between '
it constructed J> i lie ran ayay and never returned. i iII ;anlzaHonr so
as a model l he y 115.000 and $20.000. to which fund I i '
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mathematical clock Since .disappearance the clock has Springs.Ark.,,
expansion a larfee '' ;
It Is proposed to ask contributions
mad placed It In the 'tower. It was II never run' ItIs called .the devil January, 1900WOMEN ,
from' all 'confederate societies of the | !<: : ;;
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,-' '' Kaaba, the holy stone of Mecca- .!. .John .A.. Mcpall.: president of the. LI enchow. ; ; J
Relic of. It.' Practice fourv ,AII worn and polished by the kisses of tb.crQwd1ngpllsrlml. New York( 'Lite 'ID.urance.compaD1. ousace7unts.. '
Over: tics World-<-Sora. ... the -whiletheDoring prmetroogoom. horrifying'! : : "
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.. Prominent of Known# of. Lhasa, Tibet marks another, center mlttee of In.uraucelaveetJptlo ','on committed on
Instance.. of the universe. ? Amy ttachle :
Monday,...n ,'peremptorilyordered' by
When Mo< | There are other tones of.legendary old child, & :
.i the 'Japanese, captured b ,, that-committee demand the return\ : :
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den they] found.the.black stone'of the or historical. interest which from Europe:' to this 'countryof An. river Th r
Manchu dynasty,..regarded by the Man- played a prac tat. part In national was drewr araUtonthe; lavyerwho'bat: Chestnut \:
chus 'as. marking the 'center of, the civil life; "TheStoDeof Scone, IntoJthe"rlver;
universe Even.without possession of originally supposed to be the ancestral charge ot legislative'mafters.foci, :,the :! ...'-- .* -I i t.\ [: : : :
the sacred rock It--looks'as if the Japanese I god of the Irish Scots.: It'was kept In New Turk Life McCall was- further I I GEORGIAN' : !: : '
were'putting themselves pretty the gray old castle of D'unstaffnage until ordered to-deMand an accounting_ i ; :

much la the middle of things, and making - ft' was: carried ,to Scone. and I ithe. from 'Hamilton; < '8 t:' Upon by.. I : : '' : ',.:
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)the rest of'the world;spln about Scottish lings' 'were.crowned upon : f I '.? In 'Ii : : .
their Island. kjngdom.) :', Edw.rd'L, carried It":;tb to.Westminster' seat of. the ?ROUBLE'FEAREO BY!*PALM... : A'New : :: .'
and It,forms '
abbey ,
The worship of'stones was'an ancient 'BntrIsh'soverelgns. .. 1 Henry 0,.<
the
:andunivenal'customI and relics coronation chair. used ty -aU- Oevernment Suspects That Princeton- ,' \ : : :; : ;
;6tlUpractice7.are found all I ''Revolution''Is, Brewing.eently .1 J ; ;
the meet Qranger, "a : J
tho'nlnej London Stone marked ;:
"T .world, to'lne (tDeIIf The ( ; {: :
.TJp of.. thexNoyeplan tng- lace, of"the; Roman roads which , pecltil i:. dlspatcht'from 'HavanaCuban I alre., Is-In a ? ,
.teentbTcentury! the. pelidunts cherished found, "ran through the kingdom,. ana from Itall 1&1..lt' ,I. .believed .tbatathe' governme4t'teiri : .,Alabama, : : / \' : _
mountains reckoned.% yrwMSupposed'to : i. couyd'etatastbe ; ; ; )' ;
brutality
stones;'which:.they' kept ,la'. comfort, dl.t nee .wn.e ;\ numbar. I ; :
able bed otfresb straW.v: Once a'week 'have been ttr9mTrorf.4 ,: ,,of !poUoeat; "the. Jle.laoe 'bask re'l Jerome!''"a : ; :
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1 ,tbef'' stones*.......*eatefultTwUbe4.-, i ( .is.-mentionedJnyery.tof:1t: early' been" trebled"and.for''th.JuttWct plaa.4- I, :: : ; :
'lmearatwtttt" 'butlr, oilte.. 41a &le, ." or.r1'Od'tLaif: ; le ,11 : ,, nights'' the polldemen"btiq'.beenoompelled'Eocematn { i mt charged ; !
wall of St: SwlthtnXchurchvlondon. ;;!
embedded Ja the. C Fftcgerald' .
and they, 'were treated Srlth'great'reapect.in ') & : cont,4itopolr'pn" >[ ; 1
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TUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION of: Georgia. Average cost to

What 011' of Georgia's Greatest Men Has to .. PolicyHolders l Ian year, t5.41t on a tl.OOO t> policy. Now writing '- of '1'ollcy Holder In the Clarke
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more tba" six inllliotis of dollars a month. Only one thousand Experience
Say About the Mutual Lire of Georgia. T members allowed In one division and policy limited $1,000.

Athens Open to men and women, Initiation. fee payable when application County Diy ision. .
Ga., Marcb 27, .UIQ . It made.: :

"'Mr, J. A. Darwin, Seoretsryand'; Treasurer: ? Athens, Ga., At ages from 16 to 30 Class A.. ,. . . . . . .', . . W 00 This division was organized\ four )'fan'.I'O.ln; the whole of
Dear Sir::-After making a careful -etudy.of the" pla'n of 'The 1-1 At airs from 3D to 40 Class B. . , . . . . . . .. 4 00Ataa't'.fromwto50CI..C. ) that time there. have only been< fifteen deaths l 'In that division. ,
Mutual Life Industrial Association of Georgia I have taken : $ .. . ... . . . .. . . .. 5 OO which, U full and consists of a thousand members, an average of
out a policy In it and f.oo.ldt'rh he most complete solution. At ages from 60 to 00 Class. D. : . . . . . . . .. 000 These are facts _, '
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J life' Insurance I have ever' seen. -Fh':se amounts are-paid only one time. One year .from the date '*. us see what year.has been the actual cost of a thousand dollars
I I have Insurance in old-Hoe and aille..rtleDt.comp&nlea'.nd I 'of the and thereafter.The .
policy, annually of member of the Clarke county division who bat
t have decided that"The Mutual Life!" 1* as safe and at the same' annual dues are Class A. . .'. . . . /. . . t 75 Insurance ll forth a last four ,yearn, and ,.how... between the age
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time lower ID cost than any' of them. Yours very truly. The annual dues are Class H. . . . : . .. . . . 1110 of been< fortyand Ort"CIa... C. His initiation fee wan $. ,OO. 15 deathassessments
HOWELL C0133.
The annual dues are Class. C.: 1 25 1.15 eat-h t17.2 There hat been three annual dues '
Received through Mr. L. A. House, Secretary" end Treasurer ,. The annual dues are Class D%.", . . . . . . . ICO 91.25" each, total S22.25::! for four yearn. Insurance, op an average ,
f 1,000 from "The Mutual Life of Ueorgla, Home Office Athena Whenever a death occurs in .a division, each member is call- of tit 83 to carry a thousand 'dollars insurance for a year' bee
Ga., at beneficiary under Policy No. 4313, in the Windsor Division. I- edxupon to pay a death premium of S1.J5. According to the sworn tween the age of forty and fifty. A member who Is under that,
a .. TJlls'had paid cost' my husband $9.90 fur nearly two yeart. statement of the Company_made! to the Comptroller--Genecal ".Mre Hat paid a similar amount. In an old line or stock com.
4b4' The money was" roe 24 hours after his death. I beg all wo- January let lUUt\ the average"coi<.t to the policy bolder. of pan, at the same l age, would" $ave cost these members |8.8
'_.t .,._. _-, 1Df'D.10.owlala.ht.i $ton their' husbands, to take a policy In Georgia last year to carry a *1OOO policy was $5 49. per annum. la there any ..C'D.... In paying\ M3.48/ for (be tame
,the Athens company. MHS EMMA J. 3AKER.. Paid beneficiaries during the year 19O4, $04OOO. $6,456,000 thing that you ret for $....83 aDd just at good and lust at safe
T MonroerGa., August 14, 1903.; of business written in Sept. 1U05. Mortuary rate-last-year 31 JO

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.' It gives protection at'actual. cost. Local men manage it and prevent any possibility of (fraud. It l ijl insurance atactual cost and money kept at home. Its source and origin, purpose 'i;

t and end, is Mutual and Co-operative Help- one thousand persons banded together..loJnsureMeiicli.othet-at-cost. Our charter does-not .provide-for'contributions-to-campaign-ftlflds or: -

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Inconveniences its one eye or both,, and the balance' antes who were with! us thought it was" Cpaatipatlou; .REWARD.Jacksonville r
} the Pleasures and of them with sore eyes caused they'""levtie stlp" as he put it meaningI I
'Health I. absolutely, impossible Jf Fa.| Oct. 1ft. 1
.. say bye Fly, similar lo t.beJet.e Fly. presume a little strap ,,'e gavo-up The
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Tourists are cautioned to bathe _heir the idea. The guide told us that there' constipation be present. Many serious Southern Ht.ock'.Oro
ofa' Trip to the Mediteranean. yesbefore golqg out and on their was one hall containing HO columns cases of liver and kidney Complaint Association: organised for thatmotion
have from neglected 'of the best Interest'' of
-with .sprung
returq strong solution o( Witch 100 of which were antique. I Xold'hiot .
.". constipation. Such a deplorable condition stuck ,
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grower appreciating
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Hazel whicti it rather expensive here.Me .-!everything we had seen as Vet was
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". I' '." .. try not to come into contact with I antique even the cheese "onthe t.ble,1 it unnecessary. a cure the County Commission
> hem, everything and everybody la .Di!. that 1 would look for fur' It. Herbine will speedily remedy of Osceola a stop
; BY EDWiN 8.. BEhDER. i, thought we" I Another
P. M. llroo- fence
.j covered with flies and the situation is something modern I presume-had we matters. C. A. Lindsay. cutting depredlatto

Sunday May 1 1at 3.45 p. m. we 'rive. me th '''price my breath com'lo 'not pleasant, but'uge must see and gone in he would have gotten bit ton, Fla., writes! Feb. 12, 1802. ""Hav medicine I. detrlmlnal to the beat interest
used I find it a floe stock
Herblne "
boarded the Exprets train. forCalr gasps especially as it it out of eea.oowbleh one must take the chances which are I commission towe wended, our way ing COo bottle. here growers an4property OWM' .
for a by offer
f from the Bab-El-Guedld station.The. U fortunate for me, as they tell great'\ this time of year particularly.As through the narrow atreet where our ; constipation.Robertoo. supplemental raw
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y journey was intensely interesting,more me here; that .when the season beidn a- rule, only ne kind of goodsare )i carriage was" awaiting us and In- a : Sold by-Thomason. and two hundred. dollars for the an
from the fact that the weather" was It ts .o much a breath and the only found In a shop. few minutes we' were again to -thefamous : Trip' oonvlctlo.or.( .soy''vartyparties *
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omro".ble.h -usually belnrf .unbearably ones who escape; easily are ;A thma- There are shops for the uale of Gold'- hostelry'! f 'Sheperdt Hotel. I Special LowRound sT t guilty .pf such sets, and'\
this I
Hot ,this time of the year Ics" .obviously they can'tbreath.. and Silver work. Shops for Gums noticed my German friend counting up I Via the Atlantic Coast Line Chattanooga oft'erIta tlmedesireeto. say thai It 't
The Railway tklrtt Lake Mareotla, lowever' I made UP my mind that I and Prectouestone.othersforLeatber' his tptiney, be had responded several : ,, Tenn., and ret.urn-Ooe flrtt oo-operatlou' and ads
which was up to 1801 a basin. of rich would only see Egypt once and tbat I work Rugs; Carpets and' to on. times to the cry of" backshiesh and 11 class fare plus 25o. Tickets told ..Nov.th to Commissioner of Other Cow
land, famous for its Vineyard but >utfht. to have the best (which turned There are a few of the Bazaars that presume he was lamenting the day hemet and "Vtb" final limit November. 15th. In a similar way, to.the, end teat ,,
during the elge of Alexandria *>) the but to'be none too good) and 'after keep varied assortment, but not many1. me for taking him 'to a I Jot*I Nsshf llle,'Teiio.. and return:-On* property owner shall. .: |>ruuthroughout
t:, British on the above. date, they out our ablutions were" escorted to the Many of the Uazaart are dirty filth where he paid. to much and reeelveftto first oUrt far plus 25c. Ticket told Dated the 'State. ,,-.
t away embankment, which" protectedthe Inner Tables, which were spread inhe anet, partially) roofed over and I little.,. "After (what surprised me) I Nov.' 20tb and 21st.' Final. limit\ De- October -at Jacktravllle, Flor!
basin from the sea and 150 villageswere Garden in the rear, on. the way, I can assure you not very ''n"tloll'( a-very-palalabledinner we being tired I comber SOthj 10, 1UU5. by order oi'
totally destroyed. The peculiar : stopped to examine the Furniture, Bargaining in these shops .U rattler tat upon the, Immense porch and For further! I information call on Executive Comroltte of the M
u .",inlr-lIke.aSia on the canal the Camel Rugs and Pictures 'in this Hotel they difficult.; The dealer many times asking watched the sights. Itinerant peddlers I Ticket A Kent", 'or' write Eastern Stock Growers. Astoclatl- '
>- ,and Donkey trains'along the embankment ' were beautiful and I understand cost from 4 to 6 times the price he.. 'telllng'every Imaginable thing worried J. HAKTSEU. D. P. A. 0000110., \

4 form a very novel and :intereat1pg I, fabulous amount as I could not willing' to take, and U is not only ut almost to insantlly and to break .. amp.. *'la.fo' .. 1OTIL F.. t
t picture. eat those things I wended mv. way to trying: to ones patience but self respect the monotony a band of native dancers; .. .. -- 'v
The native are seen working in the he dining table, intending to ujoy but t if you want to purchase you must men and women came along but we Loet Mother. Owing to the scarcity of wood J
fields with their primitive and ,rdrlous. the Pictures and Hugs on a full For the time l being sacrifice one or the I finally tired Of it all aa I presume my -f the distance. to haul, hereafter *|1
tools of labor., . ', .tomacb. other or perhaps both However. I I readers are of thisletter, and we retied. 'Consumption runt ID, our family', stove wood will. be.$1.75 a itr
.All Egyptian toll must ba Irrigated.. 'A few' words about Cairo .would purchased what" I desired without' and throuirh It I lost 'my mother, t. O. B.'WbOOAU.,
It 1* here accomplished mean of :' erbtps be interesting It is the much of.a sacraflce of any kind.-' The writes E. H. Held, of Harmon, Me. -

.. small artificial canals and waterwheelt econai I largest City lo the Turkish Draa'om&L.t.and.. In with the shop_ I 'For tile'p..t live sears, however on BILL FOR PIVORC.4
.. called (sakiyeb) aod-buck.... ,hung on Empire aDd the largest in Afcltfa. The teeper-tad always expect. his bit. neuralgia Pa In.. the slightest" sign of a cough or cold., .
long poles (shadoofs) add. are thus seat of Govermeot of Egypt, and !the The Market days are Mondays and Rheumatism, lumbago '.nd sciatic I have taken 1>1'. King's New. Discovery Is Clrooll 00...... Seventh JndtoUI Ctrw)
:toilers of the residence of the. Tbursdtyt. This for Consumption, which has savedme BtatofriorkU, Oouotyof 0.01&r
i Worked by the patient Khedtre. -The populatIon being Monday we, pains to the penetrating influence 'rh.odoretl.Hofmaaoomet
"! toil.' Every'" few mile apart are teen _It about 4.'O.000, but they have go to the Market where we End the 0 field '. Snow Ltulment from serlousJuog trouble. HI. .. 1- '?::3I 11
the Fellah villages. and but of mud uever been able to get correct returns coffee sellers, water bearers, peddlers, It penetrate-to the nerves and bone toother's death was a tad loss for Mr; Emma. iWrrait Hoffman J .
and here and there rise the' Mosque owing to the habit of the neopje. The money changers acid suctlouett- in and i pelng absorbed Into the, .blood, Held, but he learned that lung trouble v. ,IaO.ASCaav4.. .
Minarets from the low gray buddies of city Is 11 square'miles In area aDd it. vast numbers'and the scene U simply lit@ healing properties\ are conveyed to mustnot be neglected, and how to To Kmma Barrott Hoffmen( : ...
.habltations.Numerous I'rouplof palm'trees situated on the right bank of the ind iscrlba ble. The reels of Cairo as, eVety partrof the; body and effect cure it..-- Quickest relief and cure for I, .ptxj.rlnn\ tram the .ffl>....' of -Tb 4j
a coughs and colds. Price Lib and f 1 U. 80 maD .. comptaluMi* In a Jtll tort
which looked after famous old The presented at thedlfferent ;
are carefully BIver.Nila. training/ Expositionsbeld some wonderful 'cures. 25c, 50o and voro* flltut to she shove -n,thia 17th "*
w for their yelld of Date At Janta 16 of which has been tQr ages recognizedas in the U. 8. sink: Into mere tl 00. Sold by Tbomaton fit Robes puararteed at Osceola'' Pharmacy. Kov abnr/A D. IVUft. that" th.d tft rhea
mites from Alexandria the train stops of Immense Importance to 'theCouD'r Insignificance.when compared with the IOD-. Trial' bottle free! ma .. Hoffman a bar-r,:ifcJHt eat a If
6 minute giving. .the pan.nller..Dopport.uDlty forIrrigating! purposes and genuine article.It the t.of Ht.t Florida of Now and. that: InthsUnitwi rnrtdvno*
a to get out on the platform I[ believe it Is said thai not a drop oJ la worth teeing' but one only Man's Unreaffotiableneftsis A Uuarateod Cure for Pile. and tams. her ixiHtofflc Jenwy xlitmc .In nnkno
and stretch tbemselvet) to to .peak. water reaches the Kf.A ltAI ta nAtt n ,.Kttl. w wartt.LliLaeoo: It onr$.,10 ,hca. ._IIarrow -- nr amen,'IIbd that the r..in no person in In*
:...r,.......,........It-tr ln-thirplaoe-thatr-3) -Fairr ti..not---done--duty= --Thts lanes, one"can buy every: varletyufOriental often as great at om--;; : n'-; IlclrtB-gT Piles.'BIHnd-Bleedfotl Druggists; refund. mon protrudlng of bind iOorida(5.\ defendant MM wtrvto,.nd*of hat Habporaa said drffndOTtn upon i

,' beld each ((10 .August- here Nave\ and the work shawl", Thos. S. Austin.Mgr. of the "Repub .
a are year are European ( carpets tugs ey if Paso Ointment fails to, cure any twrnij-onm yvanofas*. HM tn rM
January and Aorll) and it; 1* estimatedthat former being Egyp: .o-Arablan ). We !gems and Inlaid wo.4s and customs. lican" of Leavenworth, Ind., was not case, no matter of how long t.Ddlnll, ordered tha/ y.udo.sewerordemsrtunomplaliantU .l
{ oter 600.000 people from all parts find hen Fellaheen, Copts. Turks, We travelled up' one lane down unreasonable, when be refused to allow In 0 to 14 dayt. First application Brut day. of January herrtn A.fled.D. 1WUC on ,orbrfor4 or mid
'. of the Eastern Mediterranean and Jews, "Afrlrtus of various races another,' making purchase here and the doctors to operate on his wife gives ease sod rest. 50o. If your druggist will ba taken aa aoffwwid.. I* U mrUwr
'.... NortbeorDACrIcaboDirreltatebere4lartol( [ Syrians- Persians, -Armenians', East there until we had put In the time very for female trouble, "instead.-he he says hasn't I It send COo in dared. that thta notion. be pobltubnlWMk <
} r those period. It is said Mat I U i* an Indisns, In fact repretentativet. of all nicely until 2.30 p. m. when" we started "we concluded to tryElectrle Bitters. be forwarded posp paid stampt.ltwill by Paris nth Vallor fortoureonaeeotly.weebiatii.* \ .I '

occasion of the greatest Importanceand Oriental Peoples. It Is a mixture lobe for our Hotel to devour some more .it wife was t.ben.o sick, she could Medicine Co.. St. Louis'Mo.. tf. B.: L. L..al.Oa,.,Oln-y>tte.of Otnmlt Oonrt, sad J
presents a very lively and Interest sure. Dinner has been served'. . Pictures and. Rugs in lieu of something hardly leave her bed, and five ((5)) of said Oour'.th1.11th day 0' Novamla 1l. r.
d log picture of Oriental Life. Iwas, 'devoured 'and quickly d1Ileat.ed.W ele. Our luncheon was a little physicians had failed to relieve her. (l......J, a. f..LEMLEY.Oro
about a month too late to enjoy It. 1 In take a stroll through the busy1 atreets, light waUted for the price but sustain After taking Electric Bitter, she was Best LlMtraent on Earth. L.A. If rax.$oeoiiicr for'W.CompUlnani.R.JON.fI'I'I"-. .
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this village it the tomb of '''Beyld Cafe line the tide streets where many; I ID/o/:'. After which we were off again perfectly cured,' and can now performall Hahry D. Baldwin; SupU ,tity Water ,
t , Ahmed El-Bedawi (the mostpopular, of thl. mixed population cab: be see! to visit borne of the Mosques, of which her household duties" Guaranteed .VTorlcs, Sbull.burjt.11.., writes: Garnishmeh -' ;
'I Saint of Egypt It !U inslargeMoaque sipping horribje..looking stuff called there are 2000 In the city! oft_ atro.\ by Osceola Pharmacy price > '. 'I/have/ tried many kinds of Hoianem Notice. of !. t;
gt, which can be teen from the station Elf1 ptl.D.vaRee, tome others taking -The-.arst 'audprincipal: one to be t -. > but I have never received much CountJudge's Court, OwooU cf'OUDt",
r1 tJ' and;.la. the:: object ,of a great many' soiuoubloif a little stronger and just a. visited was the Mosque of Sultan Worm Dellt yer. benefit until i used Ballard '.Snow J.A, Lu.eal.r' ..... -. pilgrimages.' 'Tbe-Guard ash the platform horrible looking. Music U every. Hasan 'situated In the pht'oe'of. that Liniment for rheumatism and paint.. I ye.,. I 't CI"ll Action. lr
_ blow >a little whistle (like we where. There seems to be nothing name. It it a beautiful example of \Vhlte's Cream Vernm&fieT'not only think It the best liniment on earth." Bamnal" NotU"" p")
''u.e with our hunting dogs at bome'J'Tbe1 ) else for them to do. but to spend thai Arabian Bycautlne architecture. One kills worms, but removes the mucus ZOO, 500 and 11.00. Sold by, Thorn* To Bamncl-MoultiT.4.,...dlo" and all/i ;'j
don't use apytoo time In this way. They look aa ,I if of the Minarets or tower-.. the high and slime in which they build' their ton & .Robersoo.. .. -whom...It h.rebynott.edthatwrllof. oo.oerniYou \ l
tw , in the operation because they are they did not have a care In the worlc et ID' Cairo,' 280.feet above the itreet. nests; It.brlng*. and quickly, a healthyconditidn Obbmanl baa been laiuad In the above.
+ 'conttltutlpnally! tired. The train pulls and I presume most of them are to The \\Cat.ewa I. a remarkable example of the body, where worm "I Thank ftae Lord" and that roar property in th* handi of tie
out and shortly we cross the Damletta. situated. It is certainly a tight! what of the tame school of':Ar... 'However cannot exist. Sold l by; Thomason &. lantlo Cost, Lt... a. R. ,Oo7 lisa t bcrrnl.bs.d' M
If? branch of the> Nile 120 miles from a comparison with our own cities aL only a patting notice Is taken of it at Roberson. cried Hannah Plant"; of 'I.ittlq, Rock, _" rtoa and the that 4th nolm day of JOB Panamlxr.a appear.std
:Alexandria. t.heIIell1. here are home, about 10 p. m. feeling fatigued there are many thing to be teen. The Ark., "for the relief I got from Buck ivfudegent. default ,will.IN. !a.*
teen Camels and (Sacred Cattle (with we" turued toward our Hotel and shortly beautiful Mosque of hemet-All lea's Arnica Salve. It cured my fearful .1.15.8 yea. .UTla'
the bump on their. back) plowing with after. retired. It was a delightful ntgb which It in the' Citadel is magnificent Tampa and! Return $2.. SO.Vfa running sores. which- nothing else ,0,;...toi.1rd t""O5. .JALANG,,.' _ .l'IalDII
1 _prtive.wooden..plow.w .. .TbIJ-hal' tosleep,- something/ so unuaual'fo being encrusted with yellow Alabaster Atlantic Coast Line. Account would heal, and from which I had suf
.. said grass being,'cut,' b,. hand with a, Egypt this time of the year. Alter and .with beautiful column of the of Florida State Fair. Tickets fered r r..6ear.; .". It it a marvelous. Teat 28 Y*.r* *
Hat Stood the ,
lokelr,' the Arab being on bit:knees. puttiog eight hourt of good refreshing tame material., The Interior of this sale November. 14th and dally therVt on' healer for outs, burnt and wounds. ,
;w, 't The train stops at Kalyub and from slumber, aroue, breakfasted- and Mosque is ac immense large Quadrangle after except Saturdays and -Sundays, Guaranteed atOsoeola Pharmacy,S5o. The old,' original Grove't "Taste
here can be seen theoutline: of the made arrangements wltba\ Dragoman In the southeast angle if my up to and,, including all trains scheduled Chill Tonic. You'know.wbar. yy-
s famous Pyramids of Egypt.'' The/ chain ,, whos picturesque name was\\?Mustafa memory serves- me it the Tomb of to arrive in Tampa before noon of They are; good horn use;what? taking It it Icon abd quinine. U
'of the Lyblao Mountains) are visible',, Ahmet' wa. dressed the Turkish MehemefAU, who died la 1849. November 30th. Final limit of tickets Old newspapers! We tell 'em. "' tasteless form. No cure.no pave jr

J and on toe left, tbe.MokaUam: Hills cwstom.fez, elon-tbaped jacket, bloom" The oldest Mosque in Cairo it per December lit I .-- m_ .
with the .Citadel.' i Cairo' and "the era aDd legglngt.Inf it war the haps t.b. "Tal\JD''/built by tie founder J. 8. HAHTSELL, "
w beautiful and lender anel. graceful typical Zouave u unifornxwb! ) we knew of, Tulunlde Dynasty In the year 879 ,Division Passenger Agent '
mioareur of' the Mosque of Mchemet-; it. ins'days of the late war. He spok A.D., In the interior1" fine marble ; Always Remember the rill
eti I v.AH in taro dittance. AC 7.15 p. nv'we good .English'& and for this reason bwat and ,Mosaic work' but the beautiful ,;;:;:.-_._ _;Tamps Fla. i.

arrive_at the Railway, Station, a large engaged most of, the time during carved wood'. work b a* fallen ,,Into ,' oasCnsmtty. .v ; .r
,commodioua and well appointed| bulld- I Ilal' the busy season. " .. decay, ,- .? ' Rromb uiniCoe :
.:'Ou emerging from which I* Hell I Our first visit was, to Loe' Muskt. the We next went to Mosque El-Achar ,n It a disastrous'calamity, when Laxative, Oi ;
w s beatlfully lighted City.+ This It new i ii' main thorough fare of Old Cairo, the built In A. D. 973 but now used as a you lose'your health, because indiges :

-e 1" "tI! Cairo.. We conclude to go to SbepardtHotela beat .native. ,tbopt 'and Bsassrsars. university and It the headquarter of lion and constipation have tapped it "
"" .!''tbat t..tlPpoMld..t.o be the here. -- Mohammedan fanatlctsem. We are away. Prompt relief can be bad In ;
,l'; r ,h ,hem,'' at (any, ratedurlog the aeason..A It U' a. "'.rt narrow..street. and very-' told by pur" Dragoman we would .have Dr..Ktag't New Life PlUt.,', 'bey build scold nOH. Dayip'.
) ,; ', ,'; : carrl ge j. .la a few moments w. are at our Hotel, from every Oriental. Country 6 piastres for our? slippers and !fi headache,;' Ite, "coostlpa : /::1
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