Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: December 15, 1905
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00207
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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: : . STANFORD . School Entertainment t; .1 |Tnnimtnnmimmnnmtrtnmmmmninnnmmmmn.mmm; ; ! ' !';tt :imiimmmKANNERi "nnI' '

A program, prepared by the Dept.of ,,
.,( I CARSON Music, and the Dent of Klooutlp'n 1 a
,. will be given to the school auditorium!

:' .; J ., : ,. on the evening of Deo. 22., W05. The.
.. rGRAVESHARDWARE proceeds wUl go on the piano fund I' .
.r;1 , Following "Is the program COMPANY


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X. Reading"Allot TabItha" BLAKCHK .'lIlIa.L ..
piano T olo '-OrasMla, ::::
Wal'i" MIRIAM. BAU. .
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Wife"..; .. .... ........... l"to..lla..rQ, I f.!
HEADQUARTERS .FOR 6. Vocal tor Shadow Solo Town"'Th. Ferry Viva.. Las. E- li o West time to busy your Fall Clothing is, now, while the'

e, OntHD KeadliiK Blllh",,),"i'<"nil...of the. Don MATTHKWS E'' "fabric. anti sty ,O?assortment' ,are.' complete. and 'stocks, .are .fresh:

7. Piano' .."Solo.....>U.n.. ....Booms..., .. IMCS' Ciaaoif r.Boo. g ,from. the hands'xf' the', maker Hero,you- can see all the correct
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Rea'llnr Vlvu, has
:. Vocal lbJpW': .. fashions in \ A turn Suits '
a E .Men's and, Overcoats made ofille best
XMAS GOODS.V 'Prino: .. ... .. MAHIHITA PMHH ,

. 10.11.. KeedlDK1 llano ..'CaAlle r;;..rerto't:; KAT.UAKY O'BlkaT I'MKKIOOU. =E:= fabrics'. and tailored in the highest clas9'manner. . ..

: Kcadlnr The Roy la the .
Dime -Muieum" ,, ,, R"All :::: ,
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18. Bone -An or Pro./f *
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th.VIVI&F .
Our, 'Line is the Largest,, Best l A..dlue'"I'.pa..d A..,."..,.... .....A B. LARCAirxal. E. \ I
I'lano Solo"Bailor Bov'ibnMiin" .
." ........,....,..... ,ANNIE.Caao I
arid Prettiest ever in Kissimmce ;. 18k Vo If want particularly smart and stylish
I ". .koToe.-TJi: LKHA PlABnB you garments, moderate 11'1'price.,
17. Piano LutBrail. .
DARe ." ....;....,n..,,, MAkT CARaOM. Cg :yet costly'In appearance, come and' see.our large and handsome .collection of the ,
18. Pintomlme...,!. ....,.' :3
MARKEDLOW. On next:Monday afternoon Dec.; 18. .
at' three o'clock, the music''depart- ,
meD. of the High School expects to -
; : celebrate the birth. day tof Carl Maria H .Standard Guaranteed. Tailor Made Clothing, , .

., Von Weber. 'Any friends of the .
school! will be'we loomed. |5 These garments will fit you as correctly'as any 'suit made, to measure, I :I

' SB and 'we know from the experience: of "hundreds:' of pleased ::3

.1 FUR'NFT'O E.I: : before LAMIERVILLB.Never In tbe history. of tbts E customers, that'you will always wear :them after. '' once trying a STANDARD j :3

noted retreat, has future pro.pects :jr: GUARANTEED'TAILOR. MADE: $UIT.or 09 isrcoat Sack Suits for, Fall l. cut''' ==

been Illuminated bv such bright rays j= in the Smartest Single and Double Breasted,Styles, finished with, care and'attenE 3
of prophetlo sunshine.almost masonic
secrecy has been enjoined on those = tion to every'detail of fashion. The fabrics.are the new Worsteads,, Cheviots, .
.; ROCKERS who can reveal the wonderful futurity E' and Casimera in. handsome' patterns and 'color nc., Something'! to suit every taste; '
clause In our constitution/ but a surprise ::3
awaits those whoentertaindoubts ,
ALL K NDS. concerning Lanlerville's future re -- ,.
,. sources. The governor attended court == 'I.
tbe first. four days of I8*-week and :- -. -
Book Cases Sideboards" from the way he has set in during the E. -- --. ,' ;::s
present week It looks as irtie intendedto t ur. '.o :::::11

China Closets. Dining help,aee It out. Kaklo's customary '
SHOES! SHOES !! Hats and
weekly visit to the camp of. the KUslrmneeltes . HaberdasheryStetson ; <
Chairs Oak Suits Iron found the. population considerably E .. ;
Beds Bed' Springs. D j o.curt and Increased the pleasure by 'of visitors shaking at, E When-it.comes to the Shoe question,. In' Black'an, Brown ,and.p ::I

bands with lends was one -of the E we have nothing say as our customers Voldbrookflp' ,Derby" 'and Soft, aw: on display -' :3 '

pleasing Incidents connected with that E knowthat the*flne'st kind for theE In great! ,'variety. AlsojLlina ,line ofth'a
visit.,, we carry ,, ,:::::I
FULL Advices from Whittier appears .to lowest price. We positively guarantee our ,- ;Kanner Comp. Hats less expenseWe. '' :I

.. Indicate that post. office shadow" No. 1 iE. $S.60 Patent Leather to break- have our usual attractive')ine. of novelties
has at last succeeded In securing the : nQt. orE 3' "

LINE. coveted prize,' the motto "Try, Trlagain" , crack or we wilL with pleasure return your: etc.. Neckwear, Hosiery* Shirts and Underwear ::Il
has been fully exemplified by '
this well deserved suouens.. Kaklo ::::' money. ',. in Fall Patterns unsurpassed. ::!

wishes them all kinds of Joy and = -
. .. future success. Tbe city is apparently ::=, e .j js

r Increasing Its population and import = .Weialso'carry a complete.line of Dry.Goods.JDrcss: Good Skirts ? f
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from that sectldo.ulake
RUGS ND MATTING- mention.floe reports of new buildings being<< "rectedjuid |E= Ycst8! .-JaCkptSf 8weatersTaml tltl l -s Novelties such'. as Fancy Col-' ]; ,1,
In. Million : .
iiorevpeppnrciinUnK law Bags Ribbons and Ila'udk irchlefs.
. .. ,. '.. .,., aire's "bot' very plentiful but. hog and ; Hand ;,: ,* 4

hominy plea''. Report fronj Wai renton ;111UUl1UUU11UU11ULUIUUUU111t111IIIUUIUILUUI1U1U1111t1U1111{ ULU111111111IULU1u1U'Ili :

indicate that prosperity awaits its" . : .l ; .
at :vYork. Prices. people and an agreable invitation to .- __ . .,. '
: partak. of Christmas. ,festivities to 7------; '"'TI' --.-r - .

that. locality was a portion of the . \.
. Items which a ra.ted Kaklo on !Saturday : '
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N WNIM NNMM N'a1NKNN t am last.
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I At tbe court house we found Capt FALL AND WINTER 'GOODS.Largest :

Bell showing very little effect'of. his ., ,.. :
: recent shoes and we passed a pleasant: ', \ .'.v, iT.. 1 c -.

hour In hi. company, our deputy lax. '
I collector, was likewise at..his post of : v> '
t duty with a ready band and pleasant Stock -r "I
smll<< for all with whom he came in .
I 'I contact, I have never yet heard a ,- .. .
1 complaint concerning bis management "
of the ottloe since the Installationand Latest StlesTLowestPriced: "- -

If the people of our county could r x ,
ecur 'hl8 services. next term Kaklo "
belives they would do 'well; your, .. aY 1

correspondent i* not lalroduclnglAf:. -- - - .' : ,
>,"frnuf'as a-pro1i..ble candldate for '
having idea what that gentleman's '
''I. no '
future intentions are, It would perhaps \ '
:] be preaumrtlvus lo place him before .
i I the public as an :.aspirant for the -.- "
'f 71 .
.1 lH>sitlon. But, will only say a., an .- > --
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mention of this ,, --=.u ': ; ;;,..
excuse for making --- -----,---

...."LbaL having heard .o- many 'Conference'Appointments. any kind whatsoever; but be'Is hereby,. :,r:.r'
people make use of the same renrark. COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS( : -
required to out any .accumulation.a. ,
THE CHILDREN. I am only publishing a Jlttle piece of 'The Annual ,, Conference of the above, speolfld la a box or suitablereceptacle ; :'
,, what appears to be. public oplnloDPhlnoe's Methodist Church which met in Ocalathla Town Hall.'Dac.5: : 100$, and place ,the same ontat'' ''ii
point was represented by year adjourned last Mondaynight. the edge of tbe sidewalk In tbe street "
t toys tbe Ctfmpbfiil among t.hem'wa. Mr. The Council met In reKular'e..loD, In frontof the
; WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF <* Jas. K. Campbell's who, has charge of The following i I.the appointment of there being present H. Its; Pfann. W. him. Each and premises mornlogt'byeight occupied j, ;
the C. Bass, K. I 'Lesley and J. H. Gilbert every .
the Lee Uro's and Katz groves, of ministers for the Orlando District "
" Dolls Doll Carriages Horses which he has Jtvt; ClerkYPresldept; W.'I.. Van,Duzor o'clock s mt at which all' such
Rocking splendid condition iq for the enauelng,year. sc nulations''shpll. be removed byoarenger.carts '..r
.. ., those groves at the present time Is asplendid J. WVBlgham..,,Preslding.Elder.Or. being absent, on motion duly seconded ;and any person violas-T-
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:-' -- --"'--Drums. ;" Balls;:-Air Guns, Express! ogoltS- reconamendatiootoDicability lando; 'nV..' Atkinson"OvledoT H.M.PfanO'.aa-uuanlmou.Jrelected' Ing the provisions of this eeosioo.baI
and perseverence. At the White House J. W. Austin; Sanford D. B. Sweat; president pro VecaCTbe upon conviction be coed not exceeding
Line lOc' all things are working together with Mal laDd Mission W. Stelnmyer;! ; 'mlnutns!' of 'the last"meeting S5.00 for each,. of'eosa. .
Big of ,5. and Toys.All tbe usual regularity jler ladynhlp's Apnplca, T..!8.: Arrnislead: Klaalollllee.L. were read and approved, reports of .There'' being '
patience Is sometimes triedby our It. JenklnsT Oakland circuit H. f. officers were examined andapproved.> hofustber. businessCouncil {
Must Be.sold.. perverseness: but her good nature soon Harris; Bartow. 3. B. Mitchell; Lake; The following bills were' approvedand adjourned meetTuesday'! ,
gains. the. ascendency and the delinquent land. J. It. Cason; Mulberry Circuit ordered paid as follow: Jan. 2nd' ",'Ar; D. 1900. at,7.30 p. m.
.* are pardoned. Tbe cold wave H. B. France; Fort Meade and Homeland JWAderholdul.ryuwayol.e 16 00PC If M.'PFAJfM1: ;
-, Hodgne, pollra. .,. MOOL J.. R. OILBERZ JR.;, Pres*'pro tern. 't,
T.L. ealary
r-'* has somewhat discouraged our, pole ; F. Plxton; Bowling preen : ; ,
I. ilarahal.; ::r'f.; ., '
Clerk. ,
Wtlll.m..I.r' M IW ,
hook and line division the exce..lveblue S'Wit.zerfAnadla.: J. P. uepasa; Wau L William, feedlD prlaonen. nut,..,.. 1'JO: .. ,. .
cast which the lake bears Is cbula Mission, E. J. Elardee; Noo- L WUII....., _ta In Mayor's eortlt..t. r 1. 00 i' -J. ? -
The MostComplete somewhatdiscouraging" to those' who atee Circuit, fi. Margerson; Fort J A Lauca4.ris.r aa 1r.a.ur..r..k. lo 00Ii. LETTER, TO e. I IKIMIMMBB L.'LESLEY.. .
L Uavldaoo. Salary' w ttraveDg.r. 60 CO
de.lre.t.o participate in capturing the Mjers, John L. 'MOOD; Alva Circuit, Robert t4oo.a.l.ryas RL.P.,. ..... SOW 1........ .
. finny tribe. The ducks' bave taken J. T. Mitchell; Brownvllle Circuit, B: BHmlth,..1.., H..p't KI.P.... .:. .. Ml 00 I '
their departure so that the citizen of J. A. Owen; Punta Gorda and Char- J KOIIbert,Jr., tr.IShtsdvenaed.: ..... 10 M, Dear 8Ir'It costs as moon lo put
J R Gilbert, Jr..Clerk. and Collector.., M 00I on paint-as..good"
the lotte T. J. Phillips Winter poor common
our town have to forego pleasureof Harbor ; I I R Gilbert Jr.,s.e.ud ool K L P..2600.
l Line hunting that.class of bipeds. Well Haven T. ... Funk; Everglade. Mission Fred McInfcMh.. Unard duty. ....:.,..>.. 1160, saying but true ft,costs. much more to.
Mr. Editor if you have not enough of \\o be supplied. W C 8...,..1.., MAld..rina>a.i.,,%.f? 1 ro put on:poor paint;; more gallons.
this I have so well we.cry quits. and Other appointments of Interest ,toKlsslmmea 'I H M l a>AI Poor paint. Is paint and barvtes or' I.
L Le l u alderman
go to the fire. KAKIO. people are a* follows; I L Lealoy Kzp ry to Bartow .'id'T't&; & 00K paint and chalk or paint and lime' or &
L Uealey Clerk Reronllnr O' ...'.,J lo paint or paint and benzineorpalnvand
y_u'O.__.Christian,.,, the_ former 't
4----- -, W B Makfuaon M la for Street work .., so '
waterp.bese-are usual
of Bariow's Presiding Elder of this district, ,was .. .Walooa I Ft AlovlkOl' for ELi,..., 111 .
appoiDt.ed't.o 't.'tie' First ,Methodist \M\ ROM, Lin. Work..'..',........:.." .. 160 cheats;; there' are others.'
> With. an entirely new and original Church of Tampa. : W 1 Floyd TIUlmlnIT.- ., ..,.... ,160' It takes more gallons palntanda
%.BJobn.lonhau1111. ( ELP 71V
conception In first part setting, costumes Rev. A.'E_!Iom..e_ olden,_:Tampa,Mis. Valley Oa.-satins or..,!..""...y*;._t. :3,4 15 cheat than an honest paint; and the:
Christmas Crockery Ever etc, tbs introduction of the I KI..ImmeeT.I.Cophun.tent <, ,,160 cost .f the labor of painting is so }.

latest and best .in popular topical sion.Uer.. O. W. Mitchell, Clearwater, W' A*Lenee O Uro..Co..'.,ami Blab.fnraireet Ao for work.fcI.PV.. ..... 18* 75 aoI much.lallon'much as / one for labor.gallon costs- as; '",
sentimental and rag-time bin which Ilev. Smith Hardin Mootlcello. The B'.DDTCooth LIT HI Haul prtaoni.' 11 00 another ,
have captivated the public fancy, a lie,.' 8. W. Lawler' Presiding Elder 1 I b.Bunny South Ur SI Haul Sir' Work .! 00 This is the way to reckon your costs
'Klssittimee. ud."l11eII\ of exceptional East Coast Districts Omoeula County,alary for street work VM oOer for; but how about next year? a
'Brought"to splendid ol. County Amt for Bead Melk Ao, .8.V 1.-
Interest, and a corps of singers and Rev, H. Hlce West Palm Beach. A Mack. woodor K L P ,. ,: v....., 117 M Paint Devoe, and next' year costs.
comedians superior qCIJtacftg/wre, +re Il r.; T. W. Torokles De Land.' I W Hi-Kilter, wood bra: I. P ....,'' 18760 nothi )g; year after ne,the. same, ; the vJsamerfof
:, .,Don't fail to_see our line of Farley Silver Pieces Vases, Cups and, carried with the organization' the Rev.' J. F. Bell. Palatka. W,..L.Vau.. l>u"or,par. ant.. Oeu Flea.,Co.,. Sit.' M several.years.
'. Water Salad l Etc.They i great Barlow Minstrels who this season Palatka was selected as1 the place.01. 'w, ."'I .. ... .. ,Vt.I1. ..C.e... 12 7 60 M Paint any tbing.lse, and :your costsreeur
.Saucers Cake Sets '
,. Plates Bernand Dishes appear -at.Opera House on Tues meeting for the next conference.MUsea ., Of' .., ..''L.-J...-: >'.w, Jihrl.sopher .. 118 according to what you paint
Y, N. ":I. K..... Walt with.. Some of the mixtures wear. '',
are fAl\ beauties., I day Dee. 19thr will present one of the '& ,0 to one ,g'
Hinton and 'Wai.aoDmake "' .
= i' ;, '. best and most e020"able.mio.trel r8 o Tbe marshal was Instructed to enforce year.. } some two; some three. f
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and attractive
a pretty party tim.s' +
programmes; of the present season's. np ordinance a. follows: It costs twice. three times four <
I of Kissimmee. young ladle. spending and some five much; to 'paint/v
theatrical attractions., .* Section 71. No pcfI'lftfI'.b&Jl deposit .
.Everything MusE'be Sold .Regard- popular The street parade and' band'concert today in Orlaod.. Dally' Reporter.. on any of the streets. or'.sidewalks orlow with cheat.... bolo, >alnt with Dsvoe'. ..v

: will Include tbe latest medley cbar; cteristlo within the b slsese'portioit""eC the trulv ;:
ragtime and march public NOTICE. town or on''any public:sqaareaajrsweeping .. . FW\ ,Dsvoi"&Co"g
less of q st. ,Nothing to ibe 'I,carfried atlons of the seasons .; the. scarcity Of wood and .'cl anr ,stores dwellings",' "8. ; - N.YMk, .
: the distance to haul hereafter split offices, shop or .
; -" '. -' Tbty ire good for-tome'use:'whet stovewood iViU I be tl.75., strait balrt chip*., .bones,. .pe.Ungs..slops (, : J neatly: and'pronipUi*-l''eiou .'.ii .

over.. ':<; ','. Old newspapers& We seU'ein.. ,,- '" 0. B. Woov4Lt: I straw. trash rubbUn' '.or. .wastlnars.of. dM. this: office... 1\ ;- .tJ' 1 -.
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very evTdent she was a rue admirer j. .

..- .or the fciifciorlba.!: So I gore kef'notua >% %/W< ..... "" I DEATH CLAIMS :MITCHELL]

. q : Idea ''of the anxieties suffeicd by Hilt I.$ .

:. friends of the missing; IIll pr, iu4_ News. lonvlcted Oregon Senator bus ai |pe
I Florida State
elicited from her Ii promise t to let t
.- suit of Extraction of Four Teeth, _
know 1C ; li'e received '
me,1 ,(> iiuy ,kilos lid .
; ||a of. the ,slxnotlnn'i:; vlivrrabouts. I Senate. Nonplutstd.United'State , .

I looked for no "P""Ito follow Hits .AIL-- -- - -- ..... ".. ..." ........ - - - - ---- di

I AAjiLLTONS.4\ effort, but heroin" i was wrung,: for f Senator John 'H.-
this. morning, just sit in sheer despair..L.'nnn : Deputy Lured-to His Death.. I To Cut Production One half.; Mitchell died at the Good 8amarltqtIoslIHal' :ls,|

.. on the point of giving/ up my Deputy Sheriff W. p. John .was l.v At a conference of leading turpentine -/ In Portland, Oregon' Friday': ,

w search, Came n l letter .from this ld; ly,. cued: from FerflanHina to the ..beach oppiatoru, held In Jacksonville afternoon, death resulting from Cora- .

r'.r imj hug thai t the nlgnotlnn luid suddenly -' I cue night tho 1'us'tvock by A man the pant] wSfiK., teprcBent4ng Florida, -pfratlcpa'which followed the remooi"'$

BY'haa J A'aharino. Circen,i ..Aal.b.I...rae... J>;,t.Ferukea... I flpppnieilthe' BIIIKJ!! town an herRlf giving,, thd name otI... Brawn whotwoio Georgia.; Alabama, Ml !sls (rrpl,' Louisj.iun oT"four'teeth! at a dental office Tnurvdiy .

--hilt Is. In Client UlrrlllloJ: ; :. out a warrant for u man by tho ond '[c"a's, 'mtist decided and niornlris.
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and I
that If wished to "
-- ooiniminlrfttevlth / name of Drxjiy for stealing his net: c'tuatlc: ; uctloik for the protection: cf A hemorrhage of unusual *i
her I shoal; tutu hot nt them writrr's.flwu severityfQilowed.thq ; :
\\hcn they reached\ the sand 1 lillU at the ,Industry r was taken. f removal of the teeth
_Ic XL 'Tut (It away" she cried, "put it, :! house', wlieio die lm l been and :.
the beach! Brown'shot the oepiltythioush It WCP' tiiinounted that tlie export dl'gplte '
the application of the
Induced remain! foi'"n days.- most
Continued to few
L1 awny and I will come out r't! '
had ) therotlrentenGof '
lIeI' 1\11' Gryce meant at once ttf {see, He smiled<<: drew; up A small tableto "If I onlly knew sonic- ono In Groatrntrlucton '' the bend tw combination, demandel powerful styptics known to dontal science .'
t !" ,,1hNt'rt14!' flillxf. I So, one know anything about th<< Naval Stores Export! : ,. the flow of; blood could not' bt
but meantime
In the there was another his side ant] laid the. pistol on. It. ; ,
matter to.1I.ttle. and this war Who "There, I ,)iau'e- clone It," said he. "Pooh0'1! must know n doiK-n Brivtui<: \ Ho 1 18 a young man: aptrar'tntly : ('ouipany acompotltoi. ', and the> 400 I E a'ed' ji.I ..

,' bad pyrcbased the candles which IinJdoubtlosa "Don't stifle yourself In that i>lauc.. I'grnw i shook his Lend 1 liuf ho was' 1 not )more), than 22 or :23! yours of opI'atpI' nreseut- ,.t'IIJ'f"sentl: ';1:98-: I Senator Mitchell had'' long been a:

; ,' brougb' destruction' upon Come out dud talk.. 'rry tjicotfulf; :' notwithstanding;, lift ape, has' a ll ht mustache!' but no I '/t>b( of UH' $ :5,0La0: \ stack\ without sufferer from diabetes and other vitiating \ .
ones made line rennniiinml. : Its iincJeiit iixpert. nnd" bcardT lielng ;ttanger.: It Is 'no dieth1 l g ineressdd the, I '
one of these unf pt itiuate As the! 'She no answer i' ) R !upo : diseases and In his :weakened J
name of the maker Will upon tile'(.Ix He took up the pistol ngnln and .bp.t'Rllt loxlncfflancos! '*. nt Ills lately de- I 'e 11 l bv! rome' that bit' was sent to I IrpHil: stools: to t;,000,00tl()() ] physical: condition rapidly succumb: "

It was not dlfflcult to determine where crossed tile room aptatxj 1111111ttll; luio'th* deputy: -an-a'.3' from towrt.peputy1 I At. tho 10most' of ncsldont Coding- I e(1'2 to the Inevitable weakness] follow

they bad, been bought. But when he "Come out" he commanded, and Mr. Byrd smiled: !, tittered nomo words J Sbeiltt Johns was formerly j I II ton t the Operators: remained over! inrtho irlag such. hemorrhages/ and fapsed in*) :,'

had reached the store and Inquired of pulled, tit thc door. It was locked. of ndudratinn'alid: f1lr,1(11'111',1\ to go. ." sheitlf' of Cradtord1nt,., and mudo 'Uv twenty-ftur hour after ad- In. slate of senil-cousclousnoss
all the girls who waited Ifs ife old and weakened l'hel1' But lipforp. ho )left be remarked I front .
upon cvs was by : d "most ixcutifut officio! Ho has i ij Joul'nm4'nt, ana held.! a meeting I titlli4'11 I which he never rallied.. ''
tomern' As to the sort At pernon who madam, but wan very angry, and t Hint ,"You Juliet not lie antonNhcd, It In l I In Fernandlna: or" Hvc' -ti It.ii iolcinilnon! that all tur
_ to.l.r When his
had .bought; this especial box. lie made him fin the moment( strong.: tlie ('''<'lIt of your,flniliu;; jour way to j II.cen! It was inly conn'cUQIwith Jl
should\ 1111It I
appqlntel a' tcputvi (I prod \\Jtlilio.l
I months/ auk: w"a : p"I1I1I1" : fern ; to defraud the
thought that he should certnlnly fall In Ofltehhijr liqlJ of the knob he wrenchedat (!"tcnf RnulTiKlon you'ma! a across A a conspiracy go>-
i hhertir by Sheriff' ,.ItlKRlnbotMm: soon iho rent'tindrr'of; the .,-car's'rop<<
his errand for not one of them could door] unit-actually' ore It opotK 1ptortl\c' 1 h'-'\>. You I:JTMV I the flptnin ; |f t eminent of Its domain 4&* niade'pub-
remember anything about the purchnser "Now! he 'j'It'11 l and ...topl'l'd.u 1 ; IIIM: rb.iiijiiliont,: the death of rfler' hli arrival In the) city. Ho \lan | f1.1'i11. tho ii<
till be supgested! that It might! be c empty space was lieforo hlin.' *. the gill MKtg\ found Jot thus nllcytty. man or 'wlll.rtwn: couinje; ant It j I ifliiltr'! . .perm(. ,\Iso then. bccatlfo of court nt Portland that be lost.the r

gentleman of black mustache and ele, He' said to( the inspector,' In relating; \\' Slip' 1 1" ,non' thmiyftto .bar -,''jjntn! half n ,would moke It the iittciv": ;? to 'Ix'ar". : tho.jnnrKct; (they i!, \political Influence he hud held for a

gant appearance:; when one of the girl the story, thnt.hc never, before felt 00foollKli. hl',11 111111'1:1'1'1'11: I\I1It ,UI 01C" ,1I11'1'''''I'l'r i edrbulelv'Ttci-cting: ; ; for anyone at- i(. 'rte I !? viola: lox otittlfTf all along |l ll .B i oat or 'part of .. half: century .

poke up quickly nnd Raid: had 1 she gone through the haN not jet IIOPU discovered' It H only ,. t1.ol'Ir.g11I1l1.\ l, Ian! lln, mid 'n-<'ure tho prodMMIoicjiobalf . From -his seventieth; birthday; June

"Oh, yes I remember now. lIt wall floor Had she oviiporntd Into air? oomnion prudence that the nine! wtio !I The body was taken to l>rnin: very particular us to what kind of lIe stood for a moment baffled; tbl.1l. have: hell or me likely tea'I't 1I111.JI't\ 'I till' hona.'tne tlw It tens! known tjat ...Ullt,Ia. tuns
Senator! Mitchell
decreed> rapidly
candy I gave him. "''Xotlilns'dc-lctc-: he tore-down t fe clothes hanging on to bill m.iclilniitlouft.. Klioulil li.> toner ,'''Mr; .';"m'i hid |1'-0; >I> .murderol: the I' --- ': declined ,

rlouvT: lie said. as If we ever sold any.. pegs before him, and searching the the. Runrdlanwiilp: of lire (lnl\l'e\ ," I j Ifttatp I : :t tvMtonjont prevail":i.! Through! the cSorta: of Senator Ca:
thing hurtful! walls found the evidences of looic'In :\Ii'. J)(',I'aw'n""pIIIl, old I i News of the death of Senator Mitch4! 4
n the Iwoyoung I'I In idd'tl' > to (ho reward: of $151f the bock But !It :Sir. Ilvul Ml) of Oregon occasioned! great surfpriMj .,
partition. wns a spitng: u>"n patted, tieingnatlats
) will' l.e ( tI'e'c"l I by (hovericrRr.wsrd ; I loii.i,. 'u Kcnatot and l ic'irctcntatUes: : ,
lock and an for the partition Itself it to lp. T oud-o fuiuinoiiK' lip in Washington, Notice of his s
CHAPTER XII. "'.I"i td'anltor) the stare; the th" tear dPpnttJTU-vt has net aside
v* was so strong 'that It scarcely shook hnd received trout trip lii'iicclor, nod i cash: reached the! senate practically
.fkbAuEra .1.7.E'111 of r'rl'ordfna authorised (bestatement 1 f,511( for the destruction of h 'a
under his weight, though he cast himself the} artlxt! lii'lng/ onu.illr; lager to put 1 I| \\'Uhollt'aJ"nlns, It raJooj a delicate
1 that I ltie -lntha In the KlKKlinnu-o rl\T\ Thin!
published wi. :
Next day Mr. Oryce had an adventure heavily against It. Into execution: n. plan hail *uccted :?- I ;> I' question RS to the duty of the seam,
j/nv reward\ of $lostl( for the arrest l ir a part' of the $25,<.0'() uppioprlatod '
u : !
but. above nil niortl- him I ,
of which h/l Is never fond of Disappointed, Il5olf to just as :Mr. Byrd i iwns tore towards their late associate. ONdiuailly .
peaking. When asked about It he fled at what promised; to tie a complete IC'I\"hl,1t. This referred to the I I Ijwssibllity ana' t' n\"i.'tI'n; of the 'direr. It I 1)roiiRies1* for the destruction of when a member dies a .com

shrugs his shoulder; says lie is getting fiasco\ be ('olne'trom the closet and of getliiiK n cortnln brother ; 'Icjprobahlo/ that +till)"fmtber rums will dater: li>'ncluthn ,ln Kloilda tre:,nm, mltteo is ippolnted to represent the!

old and turns the conversation upon openlng'tho door Into the hall; rushed nr.l8t"bf( his to Join him In a itkotcliing i bo'nddcd.: and toiiHoqiiontly bccoincu available\ service anf I
I the funeral
f1<"natl't: ,
< happier topics. Having a regard for iiastlly toward the back of the house tour among the l1pl'k"hlrcum..,. j I ut once. It will not be the pur|>oKe op I' opportunity
at the earliest : the colleague
i JIT. Gryce we should be glad to sustain In the hope of being able to cut short There had boon some talk of snob a Will Open Up Fertile_ Region! Onit.ilu| : Sharp, under whose charge;
deceased member for-
of tbe
i him In his reticence' but as this her escape. But here he wan mot by tiling the year before, lint It bad fallen I '''I, lima work will come, to attempt| to .<1,,- i iI
Chin'RV.. McQueen\ of {
Loxlnjflo.i of the
notice death and
adventure forms link In 'jlnnk wall. On Into of tll'ehouse Ilirouch This time lie
a our story a story wan ctftI"mIned ntrov the noxious WPpI'(, but to draw| I lii
we shall be obliged! to describe ft, the only communication betweenthe upon reopening the Kiibjert and loin\ had th" contract for Rradirvx; on. I <>\' creel! and bayou !loading Into I 'announces that later he will male

though we will not do so without making front and the rear lay through the bring,: It ttf a definite' ronHunion, HP. the Jacksonville\ cud South w cut<>i n oxU.ifilun .tirhor! ) .'lIh I piling driven About more !'extended; remarVs. The 'senate
) jl jlI
our apologies to the aged defective closet and (this was effectually closed. therefore, noon followed Byrd Into I I'lcht foot t apart and log: boom be
) a
whose record, after all .Is chiefly one'ot Remembering; that the house, opened the sti'ppt. and befaic'ulKlitfall so sue- I frum lIewbl'rr west, states trio J, memory of the deceased.
!. l intl. tlipse t ThiN will l large j ji
In ceeded In his I lie hoe: finished his work. with the I prevent ; 1lderka II'
triumphs upon an alleyway the rear he at Infusing own enthusiasm :' After numerous conference between ,
An I have already Intimated he had once lost heart. ( Into the iniml! of his friend( that exception' of about five! miles hating I I'i' 1 of the hyacinths from floating j prominent senators and tiergeaat-at-

his own.sueplcions as to the identityof "She Is KOIIO," he whispered to himself lie procured from lilm promise to I reached: u point about ten fhilex west'of out Into the Henftor oach frenhetMin.l Arms Uanmdcll the point was raise

the woman believed to be the Instigator nnd blushed .though there was uo undertake the expedition at once. the Snwanee: rlier. The Iron ban: ;I forming n'jam, an 1. the washingof I as to whether: the senate would be

,, ? of the plot formed aganst the one there to see. Elated:: and !par with hope the light ; been laid :to the Suwanee river, anil :| the steamers! will Xcop that In tho : warranted In. following the usual program '
t girls of the name of Jenny Rogers. To And his fears proved true. Neither hearted 1 artlfit returned! lionie. Life, trains are now running to that' point iiiuln river from torfJl.1l i!! a large I Innnnsrll Mltchell-
lo the case of Senator: '
prove these suspicions well founded betook then, nor for months afterward did onrth and nature nermcd chanced.He force of h) area fo cause t{\ry'tjpnJle. '.
A large workmen are engaged artud' that at the time of his
lie"first occasion to visit this'woman' the police succeed In laying hands upon sang nn he- bounded, up the stairs' tie I It was ,
It tognln this mysterious She hnd leading to his and the soundofhis on other aide In Lafayette death bo stood .convicted of an of
was not easy ad woman. seen room Ant (lior largo land deal was con
mlttance to her presence, but by 'dVnt Imprisonment In Mr Gryre's eye and cheerful tones' seenud to nhakc the ami Taylor counties, end the cpmploLtlcn |I iimmutr:1 In J.trksonvllle\ the paaL. fensa .under! the federal laws and .Invlolatloii ,

; of a little maneuvering at the door he fled opportunely, and all the satisfaction great buildings, and lend nunshlno to of the extension of Perry la being' : weal(. which involves 10,066 acres of = of his lath as a senator of:

c succeeded In getting; into the house they got out of the matter was, the Itw somewhat dismal halls. But{ ho I pushed as 'rapidly an possible j|i rich turpentine land' In Hlllsborough the Hulled Statu. On the other handIt

when the, first mOVe' lie made was to certainty of her being the woman they did not slug long. As lie reached the i! The extension of the Jacksonville\ ; I I was pointed; out that the senate
county A, F. Freeman of St. Peters
:l> I1i-lJT--tbe-: girl who guarded-and sought. -.rCHAPTER- floor where his own room was situated end Southwestern means a great d'nl.l i has not been cotlfiel officially of his
Hold to M.V.. UHman of
hasten rapidly up stalri.He lie perceived two men standing like a 1! commercially and ,otherwise, for the burg Largo conviction and that Judgment; fia
fpund "Madame," as she was XIII. couple of shadows brforo his door, ,! section traversed In which the.sound |i , A. Rawles of Ocala and C. H. Lee been' arrested \by an appeal ,to the supreme

.. called, drawn up at the further end of and the surprise) chilled his blood and of a locomotive! has never-been Jtoajcd, of St. Petersburg, doing business as court of the United States sal,
A: CHA&GE THAT WOULD SKA EC MOST bushed his for face I tJU nQn, Rawles &: Co. all of his bold )IIII" \
the large front apartment. She.:wai Iq gayety file of one It will open one of the richest and that the highest court had not passed
morning' dress and looked frightened, itExt was the face of Byrd but so changed most fertile agricultural sections in I I ".:: four miles north of St. Peters: the 6Uonof hIs guilt or In ,

-but he did*ubE appear to notice thlll.n1' Two Week went by; two long and front what: It bad been a few Iiuurs the state to say nothing .of the an burg. Two thousand acre of this '. upon que There Is precedent,tor

more than he appeared to observe wearisome weeks for Hamilton De before ,that he would scarcely have cess which ,,,,'\\11'",be afforded to the I j tract hag' been cut for turpentine pur.poses nocence. of the. no senate t

that the room was In great disorder craw who, having received nothing known It 1f be bad not recognized In millions of kcres of fine timber suitable I 'The price paid to Mr Free the guidance,

1t' though It was In the middle of save two wholly unsatisfactory note his companion the famous )Ir. Gryce for man was $36,000.: The land bAa only -
"Who are TOUr she cried. "Why do from Mvi. Byrd found himself the who bad been' him at. pa- turpentine; ande@wmlllpurposes. !/ been opened one jcar.l'y .

t :yon come here What I'Ibfba1'8 you .of Innumerable anxieties which lice headquarters. ,TAt I Already, naval stores, and lum. ', .. GREAT FAIRIS
prey 'ber manufacturers'are: attracted :t l to I. .; ;, ,, . :''rI-/: / .\ ASSURED
to push yourself Into my room In this bill appearance both of then ,! .... .. . . ,
rather showed a tendency to Increase per* the thatlainde ; 'vResolved \ tho ,, Boant"ott; County1 ,'" '!j/ 1'1.i'tJJ .
way without an lurltitlonT' than diminish'with the lapse of time. son turned, and for once, It was,tbe'< ;
"you will pardon me,".said he. with Ie had not been Idle, but his work older detective who' enme'the' Dearer :/and,tinberrlelbeingbouxht"up', ; :! : heir ,i"regular: mcellngj' tlils the'4th' 'Commlttea of Prominent: Men Appoint-';.
? a humble bow "It I tell you that I bad been entirely expended upon the to meeting his eye Iy at good prices:: The forest' being'vtrcrln d'iy'of; ; ed"to'Arrange-for 1 Exp6sltlon In '
. December 1905. that It Is the .
it hare' been cent here by your friend picture of the clgnorlno. which be wa "Mr. Dwrraw.. I believe!." sold Ire.' makes the timber all the more- sense Atlanta..In :]910w..
I of this
'Mr. -," and be whispered a name'lu transferring to canvas. In this he "The same," returned; the artist. I valuable, ind for the next fifteen; or body that a new courthouse _. "I'

her ear.. "He 1 I. ill himself' today, and'ajkejj found delight, but no plea.ure.what.. "Will you come' In?". And he 11ft It. twenty,yeafs the turpentine' and mill at Eronscn Is a necessity, and Another step toward the Southern. '

me to come and see \If everything ever In anything else that he under. ned to unlock: the door, from which InK Industries will thrive. (that the board Is now ready and willing Industrial be
that is tu
rf Ja going nn'i lghtraniLU-you-caa-do took- ----J\'eQ-ihe---.ocIet--,.---offrlends 7-JlIII .,mnateJittlllhe pped.nef'te. ,...:: \_jo' erect the 10I\f') ."_ JThljj jcsoliitlon ; ; exposition t,
- --- -- ---
:without him for the present." was burdensome and. If he "No bad new; I hope?" he murmured, ', was adopted by the County Commissioners hotel Tn"AUiUTa T'ID10'.Waali: 'taked'rWednesday
Her eyes: which had flashed open at left his studio at all It was to stray In ai.he hwalu&lhy Byrd. | Strategic- Importance' Key West.In of Levy and caused much morning'when a commit

{ the sound of the name he had men the direction of tbe police headquarters But 'tbe ;young detective forbore to I j his annual teport, Rear Admiral applause! ,It Is thought that the new tee of twenty five prominent clUseos '

;tioned. (ell suddenly at his flrial! w rd.. or to, haunt sucu places as had reply.. lIe was evidently not In love' 1 I Mason, chIef' of the bureau of ordnance : ('ollrthou _will be 'a duplicate of the was appointed to formulate plans for j

Turning her back on him ivlth .n Indescribable become of Interest to him through as with his errand and preferred to preserve has tbo following to say I e.j Bradford county located at courthouse the great exposition and devise ways t

( air of disdain she drew toward sedation. with the name of Jenny Rog. .a noncommittal silence. Mr. '|'I gar lDK. the naval station at Key at Starke, which Is a very creditable and means rO holding I It. .

r. the open door of a small closet ers. Oryce, on the contrary, was alert and | 'ccest, : building and would meet with the requirements The appointments were made ty:

and reached out her hand toward a It was. now June and very warm. at his ease. He cast adl1t1 ring glances I i i "Tbo strueglc Importance of Key of Levy county. I President Bk Jones of the AU.a..'.

.t *shawl! ., which; _she took down and TIe .wsi jltUng. .by. _oPen_ windowspainting. over the studio and paused' before the '. West, In the bureau's ,opinion renders ta lam of commerce, and, Hbr''A'
+'' wrapped about her. lie pas tired and heartsick 'pointing"of:-**A Poet- 'Drl'8m'wlth- the onslderatrtTt: of the esfaVIIsh:" -- camber
; 'fF1or1da/ :ibrari"Xti :Tatlon .la. : "Ft 5Inard ox, whose m"br'onToe"Tur
"You are an Impostor! she said with hearty appreciation in feature I '
and discouraged. The work every .
upon ', merit of a torpedo depot at this station to meet with the Florida State,Teachers' president of the association of AtlaaJ[
vehemence. "I don't know any which he should be engaged stood .But he lost no time. !
urgent, 'Fleming Key belongs few
t person by that name, and If yon persist neglected in one corner, "while the "Mr. Degraw," said he, "we have very : Association at Miami during tho : t bualnellt men eplre only a -
In staying: here I shall call for help." work which. alone Interested him was come upon a disagreeable errand. I am to the navy department, and poKee ; I' b'_llday!'!. Library work In Florida Is day ag. s<,
+ "I don't think I I has !bean made of It hlthert It a w ork. but already there -tro the list Is the name of
you will raise your to him at once a pain and a disappointment. charged, and Ills eye left the picture. I new JeadlDg \
lie voice," said he "even though I shut lIe could not catch the look though It did not travel to the artist's j: would form an tdmlrablo; site to.* a I II a large number 'of circulatinglibraries O<'oror. Jo.epb.J: Terrell,,and,then I
- ,thl -doorbebID4me.and locld It,.and which. rtade.her. beauty-so Individual, face, "with"--- .. a warrant- -_. ... for your ari i I torpedo depot. The two foot conour1lnp In the town Florida. It 1* the! on- follows names tdentydourcittenrwhoarsl'enowned ,
4 .put the key In my pocket so. You are and alluring. It was In his mInd It i'estj",! -- - -]i --of- thff-kejr shout;..,have'--or'wall,- Tv, source", Intellectual: HfeTor many"pimdred for-ttielrpu *

too afraid of the police,'Madame Jenny was In his heart, but ft would not "Arrest?" The artist laughed; what I,' which would enclose an are! even whose school 1 days are over. lie spirit and for their work In the Interest

.Roger!" grow from beneath his brush. lie had 1 ridiculous Joke was this? larger .thaa the raval station at Key Several larger tt wes have good II- of Atlanta

_< "A.fraleJ'ot the police! she mocked. an Impulse to make a bonfire of sketch "I fear ;you do> not understand," -ob- I Went, DieKe! : tculd easily!! and readily Lrarler. Jakon\llle accepted a gift The following are those who were

"*l>o I look as If I were afraid of the and painting both and had even half served the detective gravely. "The pump out th.) deposits to fom a of ono from Mr. Carnegie. Tampa refused ppolnt '.to take ln> the

.. polled What have I done to fen risen to tear them from hi* easel whena charge; I I. murder and here Is my war. basin: and fill .it-tha basin makl.iL' one. Oaincpvllle bas a good affairs of tbe exposition I.n4 and embr'Dnlb place
,them or you or any one, for that matter rude knock was heard at the door .rantr'! :.. ., an tidmlrablt toredoboat harbor, The nil .
?" one started I r thera should follow. the movement upon a business &I1e
". and a messenger boy came in with a .":" .?P" Florida Eat Coast railroad\ Is now '
." Snail working basis:
i tell you? he smiled, looking telegram It ,was from Byrd, and .)""
CHAPTER XIV. i-olng from '
exteided Mtaml
.. to Key'Yc.t r
about the room and satisfying himself raised his spirits at once. Gainesville enjoys the distinction of /Governor J. M Terrell. Robert ,.

that It possessed no other outlet than "Found; all Is well; will see you UASTER OF' THE SITUATION. \ and Itr terminal will bo' quite making a ,:\nslgnmenl"? cane Mrup Maddox, J. 6. D Thompson, Sam 1>..

r the one be himself guarded. "I can soon" There are some blows that fall with ; close to K1.mln Key giving; "*ransIortatlon to Kngland. The firm of Saunders & Jones. J. W. ala Clark li wetl.;,

tell ;you many more thing than you He waa-gazing rapturously at the such suddenness that they daze: the'I fuoilltls-i that will be. moist Barlo received OH order from C. R. E. R. DuBose, Inman, J,' '

think I can. For Instance, just what sketch which now appeared beautifulto faculties, and make the recipient of : valuable, ; Hodges, navenschffe.: St. Brelades. SpaldIDa. David Woodward, J. f

you suggested that you were not the In. He 'wa looking fagged out. but this. All the detective!! took from his sea for the prelection of the IsnmlanCtinal riot Ida sirup. :Mr. Hodgea, who I Is G. Cander. Alex W. Forest,. .

only Jenny Rogers In town." Jubilant. It was evidently a great satisfaction pocket a folded paper Mr. Degraw would render "the !traits:: of milt wealthy, formerly: resided .at Adar, Frank Hawkln, Smlt.. Grant',

She started turned pale and flashed to him that. he bad*lucceeded stared at him utterly unmoved, and I'lorlda anl I the Yucatan channel Important the English colony near Gainesville, J. K. Or,, Hi M- lrolD,
upon him two very dangerous eyes. hi his effort when tbe document was thrust Into < to Jol.HIIt '
pa i.iKe4 protect; and Key end knows what, a good thing Is, a* John T. Graves, .
But the said: "I am on my way to'report at police bis band be opened It and surveyed: It* I Vest: would! be the natural base of opr has been demonstrated! by this letter -osepb \ '
'"Accomplice, for 'Wh t11 hare no content a* If be tbe Arkwright W. G. .,
headquarters. said he, "but 1 thoughtIt were 'obeying station for tort doboats In 'hose
Ho states Hint HIM weather In which this ,
'J accomplice: yon are talking: like a tool would relieve tour mind to Know beck of a friend In a matter in whichhe witeis." Jersey 'be rellution, under ,"
.and like: a foot I shall treat yon. Stand Just where the slgnorin is." possessed no persons Interest. But Ix severely cold, and expresser; a do- committee was 'appointed was adoptedduring ::

way from the door!" "It will. It will! You are a good fellow at the tight of his name, with the official Hire, tp return to lovely Florida. I I the last annual banquet of .the: ,

."No," said he. "not till you are ready Byrd and I am sure' you merit signature beneath St, be flushed. "'The Board of County Commission .-' Alant chamber of c.mer when a

w 1 J1 to accompany me. 1 have no .warrantfor I more than my mere thank. WhereIn and tossing the paper' back cried haw ors of Levy' county has advertised forbids The Jearirh citizens of Key West I exposition mOoment was launc-,

,'your arrest but I shall bave'ln i the city to she? And how does she tlly: to lease the county convict for infTlbuted several hundred dollars to ed amid the enthusiastic applause \; ,

about half an hour, It my man outside look for I take It for granted yon have "Thlg I I. too much!" and glanced at the' year" 906. The convicts are now the relief i fund that Is now being!!; gath01 400 of the leading business men of ''

,there:if spry." ,,And lifting a 'whistle: seen her." Byrd a. If. still influenced<< by tbei Idea bringing $17.01I'er\ bend and It It 'ed' by the National Relief Association Atlanta. I f:

to his lips be blew peculIar.. eaU upon "She.1.I not In the-city at all She Is that It.was all a Joke at wblch be bad believed that they will bring a still of Sew Yore, to send to the distressed .t

It. with Miss. Aspluwall at her'countJ.j. the right to become a trifle Impatient. higher price the coming year.: Jew of Russia. WANT PUNISHED.
Instantly a ,chance paue4. ] over her eat In Great Harrington." "It nay prove too much," responded '* THOMAS RYAN

face. She did not move but he, lntlncdvely "With 'Ml** Aspinwallt She 'conld Mr.. Oryce. "So seriou ,a charge Is, t
pat bill band to bis pocket, not be, In better company,, could the not made I without proof to back it. At an adjourned'meeting of the T,Tarmern. and potato p'os'ers' ; of I Insurance' Investigator Angle OvrS .+t

a,; "No tricks." he exclaimed warningly Byrd ,Bat how came you to find}her, Ton are la tbe band of the police sir County .Commissioners of O.ceblthe Hastings are perhaps the busiest'et .. HI. Refusal t T *tlfy. _

t-; ."Who are you?** she Imply cried. and have yon seen her or not?** Is there 'anything you would like to petition of the citizen* asking ,for a'"wet lit men just now In Florida and are The .,legislative commutes 'at /

i: "I am Mr. Ones! of the pellet fore." "No:' I have sot seen her la the be. do before going with niT' or dry" election, was examined to
be grimly answered. ginnlag. of,my'search- MI Then' Mr.'D .
visited grsV turned pile: and an election'was called tobo'held.baj'ebruaryI..Thls.wif.give gross. The residents:of ,that ,eDtf'.prt5IDIr' Fda '
She seemed to me* ttr .T Im wltji_her Atptnwall and' astonished 'her 'verymoclf "Byrdr erledi1..b.t' doe this agricultural district have eom.I tract Attprnsy' WIWa JeromsTCiiueit ra>
;qe. .-" ( by fellIDCDft'- the slgnorlna mesnf 'What d bj 5j5enedl'I."any'one' .: ,everybody that"heJD.ttute'( proceedinigainst I '
"I auo stronger thsb yon." she said. had corns to lift., She bad seen her hi dead, or am I under the Influence until the second Saturday I In I pleted'thework'of'perfecting1.hefr! W
Be drew bis hand from Us,pocket; her grave clothe,' and!",was disposed of some vile nightmare' :January to pay"hi* poll tax. Very litiH LolgbborlnK rood" ,and public--"highways Thomas r. Ryan,flnanclfr an

t M eoDtalDe l a pistoL . for some time to doubt till astonish 'Mrs.", assented the detective'""some Interest I* being taken In the I 'and are now turning their time owner _of the majority stock ot t

,c tuba CaY.t L a horrified ,brfelr'aDd Ing.assertion of mine, bat .'when'she, : one is dead. 'A. young and ,Innocent ter Just ,now, as .:everybody, is'JDat-j and attention to preparation' for their Equitable,, Life ,Assurance 'Society: ,

,, Into'th..skeet,:'ibutthgt314._ wu finally convinced she showed so ,Ctrl, who ;trusted yon.:.- ,bUT, >fcu|/after, the Christmas i winter crops. of Irish potatoes and punish ,Ryan'' for. refusing to ens*r' ,

9 hat ; mash $.euare, la the news" Uaat'it was. To be :OT.T.. thine .will :'warm bpti I.tther" 'prod<< iota. ,-r.' .questions btfttre'We;; cojamlttee.MATTER. ',ty1ti i'I
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Marked a Gay's' Proceedings( J ,CAL.lIFO.RN-IA'-

in the House: and. cn' ta.' I

BALLARD'SHOREHOUND \ _______ '., ." "" , .. ., . ,

WILLIAMS ON HIS METAL Do you want' to live where'the climate is mild the year round= ,

ICURES I where labor;>> is never-oppressed by stress of weather, and where. . '

I Minority. House. Leader and Lamar or animal: : vitality, is never lost by mere conflict with cold? ** ''

Florida -Have Tilt-Tillman Preo' : Dp you went to-' live in a region where the resources. are?:morevaried r

clpitate. Debate' on'r Rillroad/, .than,in'any other equal area in the world, where {fdivision. x

'- SYRUP J Rate BUI of great"ranches affords a fine opportunity to get a small farm that

-I will assure you competence?'. -
With' debates the aubjoct .
of railroad spirited fata legislation on ant ,., Do. you want; to)live where, with a minimum of'labor, you con 'xq

COUGHS COLDS, BRONCHITIS ing'through the Introduction 01 a Oil?, .,grow ,profitable crops of grapes and'.s a11 'fruit, oranges, lemons, . :

CdUGH CONSUMPTION\iOARSEN ,, by Mr; Tlllinan'to authorize thtj. 'lute-- olives, prunes and, almonds, alfalfa and grain, where crops.are: sure, '

OF VOiCE LOuSENS TilE PHLc.GK AND EAS .SF. state commerce commission to n* the business is good and -capital easily finds profitable investment? I i

EXPECTORATION, BEALS' TilE LUNGS. maximum' rates, and the Panama cu Then go' 'California' where. both health and opportunity await

Endorsed by, leadingphysicians as the BEST remedy for nal, duo to controversy over the
Children Croup and Whooping of your coming.The "
Cough becauseit reference the emergency appropn .
contains NO OPIATES. The action of .Ballard's Hore- anon bill to a committee Mondavi

..hound Syrup is mild and benign adapted to infants,as well 'session f>f the senate' continuously i'.< "

asadults of every variety of temperament and constitution.' proved interesting .for more than Ion": Chicago; Union Pacific ,andNorthWestern

hours ,
| Read This RemarRable' Testimonial j An adjournment was taken"I; ho'A'.

MRS. B. W. EVANS. ClsarWatsr. Ka*. :-writes:-"My husbandwas a mention of the late Senator-Mitchell Line
sick for three month.and the doctors told me he had quick con of Oregon, ana to far as can be ascer .
sumption. We procured a bottle of Ballard's Horebound Syrup,and tained'It the first time the deem '
It cured him. He Is now a well man. but, always keep a bottle wall '
the direct the and there
in the house, and think it has no equal for pulmonary di.: ......" of a senator'jwas permitted to pass most route to Pacific Coast are two ,

Easy to Take;Sure to Cure; Every Bottle Guaranteed. unnoticed by the senate Iho erasure fast through trains daily via this line,--over-the famous double.,
of Mr. Mitchell's name from the ro::- track between and the Missouri River. s
THREe SIZKSl 95 9, 500. S1.OO.rBALLARD'S railway Chicago ,

I SNOW LINIMENT CO., .ST., LOUIS, MO. ] followed fcttiuxtlou to Chaplain mliul in his Hale prayer called by tno fa- Special low round-trip rates are in effect via this line

fearing pointedly to corruption 8.1111' throughout'' ,the summer to various PacificxCoast points, and ,

SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY death, and by prhying.that ,the members colonist low rate one-way tickets will be on ale during September -.

of the sonata be given sirenif'.n; and October, which give an unusual chance. for'settlers
For ,Sale at RGBERSON'S DRUG 1 ORE.6ISSIMMFF to bear each other's. burdens.
..,. to make the trip at a minimum of expense., :
-The debate on the Tlllnoan bill wl\4 }
engaged In by a number of senators Dally and ersonally''conducted.ecurslons are operated throe to San ,
( \ Mr. Foraker declared that the bill ..- Erandsco, Los Angeles, and Portland without change, on which>double

proved that Its author believed. tr"pres6ni I \ berth in a Pullman tourist sleeping car from Chicago costs only $7.00, via the ;
laws were sufficient to .CJ"'roct "

all alleged transportation evils, I' & North-Wesfern ;Union Pacific and ?
EIVEE; EOUTE. except' : excessive j-atei, and that (there Chicago ,
was ample provision for the punishment '
of rebate giving. T Southern Pacific Railways.
PTEAMEH LILLIE STKAMEU' UOSBADA, Mr. Tlllman responded that he D"I- I ,
Captain Clay Johnson, Sr. '..Captain Clay Johnson Jr. though the laws sufficient until the investigation ; ,

Regular veokly trip to Dasslnger sid return! iloseada leaves Klsslm- begun by Messrs.' Judson W. B. KNI8KERN 'r

Special Charier,: Trips to Lake O chobee and Fort Mrere: on the Ullle. had teiminated In a pitiable fiasco. .. nail free to'ray e4d.... UltfonU. booal.h,wee sM nail
Comfortable accommodation pa\songers. Rates. reasonable.-- Mr. Forakerasserted that the law '"" rlLL IN THIS COUPON P're0rdOKrauiieeti i0' ...

Tbe most picturesque waterway in Florida. could not be blamed If "some person .' '
For Passenger and Kr Uht Rates apply to '
fell short In hit duty; )Ir. t.braket'lntimated -
CLAY JOHNSON. SR.. rrojprletor.On In his discussion that tho.-e I
board -Ullle," Klsslmmee.. FU. ,
would be Home extended controversy'bgrore .
the railroad rate bills were .
,... = C,.. _-L-_ _. disposed of this bcnslon. '--....,. _'- __ H_
After moro-than' a score of sea- _
torn had discussed the Panama Dili,
it was referred to the appropriations -
committee by a vote of jlO to %3, Spencer Makes Answr-on ;
C. W GRIFFIN Lively House Session. Part of Southern Road. 11: City Bakery ,

Monda>"'. session of the house was In testifying before tho Georgia railroad !

enlivened ,by a tilt, just j store ajournmcrat > commission a(,Atlanta'FrId&)', '' ,'.- PIES ''
President Spencer asserted posluvelyand t/ FRESH, BREAD .
betwen Lamar< of \ )< ,
Fancy Family : Groceries : and the minority leader Mr. Williams, emphatlcall1"th.t the Southernrailway CAKE '
regarding committee assignments. :does not own the stock of the AND. i :, :

Lamar sought to discuss the_ matte, Central:of Georgia or any part of .t. ..
nail that the Southern exercises DO' ; Raisins Currants, Citron P:el,
In Interest
but Mr. Williams objected the I'I it
I ; FRESH HEATS.Deliver 'ft.democratic harmony, effectiveness control whatever. over the Central , .' Olives, Sweet Pickles, I

,' ; and good will. He was at. lither directly or Indirectly by contract i >, :.1 _ ,1,. .'. Sour Pickles,.Hixed Pickles.: .;. '

every day, at any hour .patronage solicited.', "V . puce challenged to'call a democrat: lease or In any other manner. : r.1'.1-' /,,:* ."' ." .. ,. ' \;' ;
'. i '. : H' .'i. :v I, caucus for,,:Tuesday, but declined He did state that the Southern has I I, ,\,/;.;Y ; LUNCH GOODS.Candy . -v.t; : <,' .j .." '.
= :: :: = i' .. < ? beDelielal'intere.t In the I ., ,, . ... ,;.,.. , ', ,4B J ,I., '
: : : : ?::" :: = : ::=:,":ii' :: = :: :, to cptnmlt himself on the ground taut a contingent r, 1; \ ", '.' / ,' v''', .
.' ;- ,J 7i'-ti.Yi''J'w:: '!': ':: :';i"j': : : [ .: .. "",:::,,, ;,- '"":.'r '.'" J -. the hou.e'Waa -DO'place for 'democrats capital stock of the Central which is k Figs Dates. '

'to wash their linen for toe S cash or monetary Interest If tho. > ,

arauaoment of >o; ublloans. !4i-. amar stock of the Central 'were sold by I fFresh' Walnuts I Paeans, Peanuts, )

Paiieni' 'Set. Life Against.. Square Neal! was. taken, and off foreign the committee commerce.. 'on in.erstnte the still. the reorganization holds Southern it,.he-sold;'would committee, ba-demand as presidentof which"tbe I I I' AGENT WHITE: STARLAUNDRY.t: ; _.. ::t '4: :

-1'- -- : ou 1 If'- The,Innldont-tcllQy the .irn'juaeq.: 'f tu te jtffgfsw e gfaHfffr a tfffgfd '>
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.0 proceeds ot.ii sal<;forwhile" ---f5 _ to':;::: ..
Demands of HI. Stomach Too pened that when lie went into the ward meat of committees, Mr. Lamar 'of ." to Da _Resisted.*. Ultimate the convalescent patient ,was asleep. Florida submitted and had read .1 the laws of: Georgia may forbid the .. "
The other man was wl4eawake and newspaper clipping purporting" Southern's holding and controlling -
Recovery Almoet More': he beckoned the waiter and told him Quote'i.. WiUlams to the effect that that stock they do rot forbid Its holdIng ,
Than Ha D..erved.A to lay the food intended for the convalescent ., cash. But, the Southern In no
Mr. Lamar and Mr.- Bhackelford of
man who 1 has just left ,a hopltal patient alongside his cot. 1 wise controls the voting power of Whiskey I
Missouri had been left off the Interstate -High-Grade'
where he was confined for severalft'eoks The waiter, believing the food was intended and foreign commerce committee that! stock, he said nor has It ever
tells this
with typhoid fever for him did so. The sick man because done BO.RATE. I
they bad failed to folJuw -
story of two other typhoid'patients .
Imraedately devoured! It. A few . ,- --. --
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Inttltut the democratic. caucus' aoclon ot -
-ht-tbo-frublle-ward-ot- same .
pnydclan: on duty entered -
Ion: ., the, ward. lie noticed that last session on the railroad rate bill. BILL = : : '
The two men occupied adjoining something wrong with the' sick During the confusion Mr. Lamar I ,... olio+ !' :
beds .One was convalescent, while man and upon inquiry learned what shouted; "Mr Speaker,. he went to Old Bill Is Redrawn to Suit.President'sReform
the other was still battling with the had happened. the newspapers 'with it and now' he Idea. I 'TaB' CA: E'NmAR :

fever Batumi ly. tbe physicians kept "That man will be dead in ten minutes objects to consideration here, but 1. Tbo Esch-Townse'nd!: railroad rate
all food' from the ,latter, The I'bill l. which passed the houseat, Its last
away unless we get that food out of have .Kot It before the house andjtha '', PASSENGER DKPOT. KlBSIJ tEm UOTETr:
sick ,developed a troublrsmpe'appetlte11rubewasand- session, has be nredra.wn'and was ___. .. .
roan howey c. -_
J lajitQmacJ lI.!'_ho said_to_the waltet. hoifce" will understand Its.Before ..--- _rat, -tli home Wednesdayby u. - -,' T- AND-TH1iLORAvm.HOUSJC.-,-. :,- -
-" "relntfbduced'in r
; The summoned; ; i.iince. this Incident< i the season had '
tie protested against not being fed.Ha physician Mr. Townsend. The bill embracesall
enld the Institution, In fact, was got: a stomach pump and went to workon procOded.wltb" a hitch.Representative of the features of'the tbrmer measure A. E BEARDEN, Proprietor.
the sick man. The patient's only Adnmson} of Georgia .
-etarvinsr him. Tho convalescent pa. but Is'drawn so as to specify the Y
comment when the operation was! allover a member of the interstate com
tent all the\ time was receiving light committee things which may be> ,done by the interstate w
food Thlr-made the In the adjoining was: merce introduced H rar.1tbU,1 '
man comMerca committee. LARGEST-STOCK. OP'-WINEa.- WHI&KIES '
cot all the more Insistent that "By Jove, it Is bad enough to be which provides for the fixing ot I NOW HAVE THE -
explained by Mr. Townsend the IN KISSIMMEE. ALt.: '
he be fed. The physicians, however starved but when they deliberatelyrob Interstate rates for all common car- !r ras +
stomach bill expresses,the Idea of the president GRADES. AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.Trctde .
paid no attention to his complaints you of the-food in your riers by interstate! commerce con
The pat Ion t trailed for his opportun It Is terrible." mission. in his message and will, enacted = : iuauWl ',
It)'. which finally cam He eventually, recovered despite his 'Into law. amend the interstate commerce .
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Ono day a strange waiter came narrow escape, although l he .had a CONVICT .CAMP. law so as to make exact it more effectual '"'- Jug,. a.u SpeoI811,
In 'secular justice ,
around with! th* meals. It so hap- fight. -
the carriers shippers, producer
Young Leonard Rawllngs Begins ServoIng
sod consumers.Carnegl. v
His_Life Term. *
Leonard Rawllngs. who was recently HHM :*.*** *.***..*..'.*****tea....**.**.*** ****.*..'"*
I- sentenced by Judge Mitchell to_the Would Give Premium.. "
Disguised as C.ats.Thieves: Made Hauls penitentiary for life'for his complicityIn At the 'meeting of 'the' Civic Federation :
...... murder of the 'Carter children In New York, Andrew: Carnegie : : 4.
.' the '. ...
Clever dozen of his man he kept., watch for was carried frum the aldo8ta jail _said .that If he owned America. Remarkably
Series of Inhabitants several nights. He.saw that the sap; Saturday; to a state ;convict camp at he would give a premium to immigrants I
Trlcke Played on '. horrible''iniauWlagwere coming to this country NlUC'CE'r
posed Cat* b.e.II ".U1akJl1. a Babcock Oa. / u .
of Polish Village-Old circus. at forcing 4 I- .
quite adept The parting between the:young man .
Clown Leader of Band. locks and windows.. On'the' third nighthe and his mother and sister at the railWay -
The Inhabitants of a suburb of Po- and Ms men each')bagged prisoners a "c.t"and were I station was very affecting. Young BATTLESHIP ,ALES 'WINES 'BRDIESR.
when their furry ,
Oe'rmah'Poland. have recently maintained ;
Lea in
Rawllngs' has all' alone I Machine Christened .
thateach by.
discovered Great Fighting
landed It was '
been the victims of a peculiarly artful safely would rather be hanged thanto OF,. VARIOUS GRADES
that he
several months animal was an able-bodied burg Little Daughter. of Qov. Gooding. .. VwhiSideS ''t"
peat Sang> their of burglarsFor'nightly rest has been disturbed . lar dressed in a "make-up" that con. .serve a life !sentences The United States battleship Idaho I' \ J AND PRICES,: 'imi fcu,. '
naturally cealed all trace of his human origin. wy,launct>ed Saturday at the' ; '
conceived by to what be the they nocturnal very cries of Habermayer .a broken-down acrobat NOTED ECONOMIST. DEAD. of the William Cramp ship yard '| C3IGJ5JRS: AND TbE1 CCO.nheuserBusch .- "
s theeats and circus clown who had formed this engine building :company In 'yard\
the ,when .
city's: cats. Frequently? \ /
were it their 'loudest. a noise band-of human..cats, was am9DC the Edward Atkinson Passes ,Away Suddenly delphia. 1 - : -
,would be beard in the bquse. captured.: He confessed that be had at HI* Home In Boston. The vessel was'christened by 1 Beer

The nol.e:was as a general ruto ttrlbujetf taught Us, men their parts and when life 1WwAI:4-: . .JdDIiOD. ,the well, knows Iso May flooding.'"" the 11-year-old . c' .
to; It was noticed charged he-gave vent to the most social and political economist of Dot- 'dapghterpf Governor Ooodlng of Idalio. ..' .b '

however that: this .outbreak of bats like series of caterwaultngs neighing, besides like ton. Mass, died suddenly Monday at \ . After the launching a luncheon t OM DRAUGHT\,AND ,eOTTLeO.- .
coincided' with a treat activity oD the crowing;.like''h.a'good cock citizens of Peed ter an attack of acute Indigestion ntfectlng was. given. |I CAN ONLT BJD FOUND IN KISgntMK ON BROAOWATSTJIKDT ''t _
Part of the burgling fraternity. Police. a horse. He was '!2',yen Is' sister ..t1lp.'to'the ., '
for Haber'. the hurt The Idaho a '*r *
peicefully again. 'A.T TIC ,BRICKBAn'BUI YJ. '
than now sleep ,, :. .. !
Stocker. a more t.
was launched on -' .'
which ,
of 'wo-Iegged'eats of age. Mississippi; ,, '
and his gang ..
commonly wide-awake official determined mayer .
'ofalfa have been,sentenced to several years; ,' For forty, years Mr Atkinson'badbeen September 20; and which will be ,r- 'J ;
,mldnigbt','probe tbe; growing. With a crop imprisonment.. looked en ,as an authority' uu.oononsieQnIscu battle Ishlp'ofthe: first,class;,, j:1to ] 4

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; K1ssImm66 VaUuD Gazette More Prize Winners.

t, .,,, T.L.gMQN. NO. IIrURLUIIKU Tb8 Vall. tt.8 is Indebted tcMld : '
., KVKKY rtllDATOfllc Mania Mandy. who with Mm, M 'I
(Iii Valley Uuzvttr Bulltiing, H. Smlih, hud charge of the wClm.a,,',

ICI..I M N KJt. :.Otll.....'LA, cue. U:.FL,". department' of i>Yairforrthe icolj '<>unly's followIng 'xblhU -r fc LM TLkFULLLINEk
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W. B.' HARRIS. Editor aid fnfrtttottIntend list of price 'wqner| la thin department _
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t j at the Pos.omc. In Ktaslmmea, Fla.. -
: 'a second-claae mall matter.Bubscnbet ,
i wilt'aoffythvofto.It Calico dress. Mrs. Ira WeatLerl,, - \ ALL KINDS OF:
,3 'j i tbe* fall" fetthe paperjrexularlv.All 9300. 11 1
f oommuiilcatUtna .xe"" from our ao hot.r. Sun bonnet Mr*. Ira Weatherbee,
: laud vorraapondenti, must !>e slcued bt the t2.00. _
Writer "
1 Keleoted, matter will not be returned unlesscalled Sofa pillow. Mrs... W. J. Warlaj. HEATING '

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SUBSCRIPTIpN RATER Crochet tidy, Mr. 'A.L. Davidson, : .....
On.eopy, one fear ,..,:.,.,.;.,.,.,!V..I1. $2.00. .
i, Oat ooP'. .1. months,."...,,,,...t.u.,' ..IMOn Tapestry painting; Mtsa M.'Bryan, KUTTERSave I .
.eopy,three moutha,,,,,.. .. ,,.,..a. .*2& t5.00.. \'\ AND *

Friday, December 15th,. 1003. SECOND I'lUZES. :
Mrs. '1 E. A. i crochet baby
"'=== arues, "
t Circuit Court -'&<1 ue. ;' COOKING.STOVES
Mtsa MolUe Bell pin. cushon.

Circuit Court, adjourned! Friday :MIss Llbby,rug.
4i afternoon till Monday when! tbe case Mrs. U. M. Pfano bouquet. of paper

of the State vs. J. A', Darber..wa g'l.
,TIUKD furzES. f at Prices
taken up which occupied the attentionof .
the Court.Monday- and Tuesday.Up Miss'Florrl Bryan oil palntlnjr. One-Half Your "
to the present. time the /olio wing. Mrs. M. J. Hicks counterpaneMrs. Wood 1
case have been disposed of: .J. .() If-you have
) Case of State vs 'J. F. O'Uetr, Miss Mattie Bandy embroider :;
Larceny! of.animal nol) pressed.! centerpiece.Has WOOD That Defy Competion..
State vs Mart Manning, assaultwith .
Intent to murder. Plead! guilty Stood the lest 28 Years wood .1
pijo need be
your only half' tho size of your '.
''t. to aggravated assult, and was lined The:old, original: Grove's Tasteless nciehbor'a who uses tho "other kind." The patent.
fifty dollars the costs being Itmltted.Civil Chill Tonic You know what. are I
you Hot Blast 1
-I case of J. F. Oberry vs I. 'M.Lanlrrdiamissedby It la Iron acid quinine in a Down-Brett found! only:: In tho Wilson makes .
c request of O'Berry. tasteless" form. No pav. LOc. it possible to get 100 per cent of heat from your fuel, .:

1' at his coat. ---- the ascwhich, ordinarily criae from tho fuel and escape GET PRICES BEFORE BUYING ;'
7 State vs Crow Shiver shootinganimals A Fearful Fate. unburned the in ;
without. u1' llce. Plead guilty up chimney heaters, arc all .
and sentence was suspended on payment It a'fearful fate to have to endure 'consumed in the Wilsfon. These cases constitute( one-

of costs. the terrible torture of Piles. "1 can half the burnable part of the fueL Tho Wilson turns __ .. "
a' ,assult State nol vs i'ro.lled.J. J. Padgett aggravated of truthfully MasonvIHe say," la.writes, "that Harry for(Colson Blind, anything-corn cobs, shavinci, chipr! j : bark] roots end --' '

State vs 'J. A. Barber assault with Bleeding I Itchipgand I Protruding Piles cord. wood. (

intent to murder, was tried and convicted Ducklen's! Arnica Salve, la the best The Wilson la airtight, 80. STANFORDCARSON j 1

J and sentenced to five years at cure made." Also best for cuts burns readily responds: to dampers 'J

} hard labor In the penitentary. and Injuries, 2oc at'OHCI'qJ.l'har! ac1.., that an even temperature. can be '.;
State vs Carl Barber assault with -
Fluttering.Undigested 11
intent to ,murder plead guilty' to maintained throughout/: all the' .
: agirrvated assault and sentence was food and iras In the changes of our varied climate. .

,I y suspended duringgood behevior. stomach, located just below the heart:;' :-' Rememberevery day that '

State TS. Daniel Bertzel. aggravated presses against 'It and causes heart the Wilson .
r,. assault. heart troubles r you you are .
plead guilty sentence. suspended palpltatioo."Then your '
I during good bahavior. you In that way tkke Berbine for a ls ; saving ()n -hal// u,fuel ML :'

State vs.' Randal Rodgers, grand few days. You will soon be all right.
larceny, tried by jury and found not boo a bottle. Sold by Thomason &
mtittv. [Iloberson. GRAVESHARDWARE .
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The grand Jury made their general ,
.. presentment Wednesday afternoon In Mad Chase. w- :

. and were discharged, having been in "Millions rush in mad chase "after -

Lif session for eight days. health from one extreme of f add ism T_ .
The Court has quite a number of to another, wben, If they would only
cases to dispose of yet, and the greater I, eat. good food, and keep their bowels COMPANY.
L' 'portion of next i week will probably be regular with Dr. King's New! Life -_ --
consumed before. final adjournment. .is Fills their troubles would all pass

r taken. away. Prompt relief and quick cure ..'

for liver and stomach trouble. 2c at .
.Grand Jury Presentments. UliOOyla Pharmacy .guaranteed. .rf., n' .. :- .' . __ IfC

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'GRAND JURY ROOM Cured Paralyala. .J.- - ---' -- - ;- --- ----:-
a' FALL TERM, DEC. 4, 11/0./ '>. CQQCCOCCCCCCCQ.t"'JCI cacCIa, >
Tpfon. Minor-: Jones, Judge of W. F. Bally; P. ..,. True'Texas, VVV VVVVVVV VVV "
t, Circuit Court, Osceola County Fla. writes: "My wife had been suffering. FOR ,
We the grand jury serving at this live years with paralysis In her arm, .. "

r, term of Circuit Court Oaoeola county when I was persuaded to Ballard S S .
Florida; beg to present this, our Snow Liniment, which cured her all LAKE HOUSE! '. HURRAH !I .
general presentment right 1 have also used It: for old .1
"I d'' We have carefully investigated all :ores, frostbites and skin eruptions;

{ .matters coming before us. and whereIn It-does the work. Sold. by Thdmasou 8
& Iloberson. --- < S
our judgment indictments should be "
had, we have made special presentmenti i

of same and.filed-- them with, the Remarkable Care. ; I tip my hat to Star BratiJ Shoes," says 1 mmy.. .tf; i
Court.; k jv "I was' much afflcted with .sciatica Thoroughly Renovated sA ,
,By committees from our number 'we I writes Ed. 'C Nud..Io..avllle.Sedjl. w
have made general examination of the:>> wick Co.. Kan.k 1'0loJlabou..on crutches New Management f' .. 'Several styles for boys and girls' "And'S 1
books, accounts' and Court' House and suffering a'deal of pain., I '.. .
property and beg to report: was induced to try Ballard s Snow i S ,the way that "Bull Dog" stocking'enrs: is a tic ,
That we find the closets in the yard Liniment, whichv. relieved me. I used -.- . ,, ,
in good order, but that the yard Itself three 60o bottles. It Is the greatest wonder." -. It
We the best meals. '
is (a bad condition and that tbe gates liniment ever used; have recommend ., serve

'need rep lr.. .l ed H to a number' of persons; all express Clea.n. comfortable beds, t .. .: .. \
la.tlln.R'ood"oondltloo., themselves as being benefited GET EIN/AT
there service careful .
but. a lack of bedding. for the by it. ',1 bow walk without crutches, Elegant ,
prisoners.We . able to perform a great deal of light attention' .Is eiyen to all. iI' DANN'SgNOTICEOPAPPtlOATION
find the books and ,accounts labor on the farm." 25,60c and 11.00. The ideal hom for travelers 4V "
neat and well kA op't.' .. Sold by Thomason and, Roberson. -
t. r We find the building in good condition --.- and tourists. Reason- VVVV VVVVVVyVVVVVVVVV .1VVVVVV
tbe ,... Fttriou .p & ghtlg + VVVVVV ,. .
lavatories" which t _
need Immediate'except repair. : able rates. .Gome and .-.---. ._ _.. .... .. ---
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'Tor writes Geo. W. years,
Oursttenttowtraabeeir called To"tbe. I o 'm U of Hilber.'Wash."ITtslf7ibider -investigate .. Ivoticts rnar.ni8hme ftk._
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condition of,the public ,, highways and -battle with chronic stomach f -
we beg that. the county commissionerstake Public not Ine I U hereby given that J. 8. fitrat In Cosily Judges Collrt..OK'eoCollotl.! FlaJ c MI
and liver trouble but at last I won, W. A. KALLENBERGER, ton.hiw Bled with the Hoard of County Com m In Ij I
steps to repair same as ,early and cured my diseases by toe use ofElectricBitters. *linra of'Oi'-eola county. Florid hit Application A Lancaster. 1 j II
as possible, more especially ,tbe clay I PROPRIETOR for a permit W sell liquor. wines anil brer n. I Civil Actlou I
road that the unhesitatingly re- lu elecllon district No. I,of said county and Monday Hhields ). !
bas'gone auch
county to commend them to all;and don't intend late, that raid application will be acted on by To Monday Hhields defendant and. ail others
expense to make. io the future to be without them In the teoooooooocooooooooooooocNOTICE the said Hoard of Coiiotv rotnmlaiiionera .t whom I It may concern I
W. recommend that the men Indicted bouse. They ) wonder- their next recular mi-ellm which. will be .held You are hereby notified That a writ of tinr ,
certainly '
for the burglary at J. H. La- are .a OF'ELECTION. on the flral Tneaday. the 6th tiny of I>.<:..m'.r."lb,," been bauedIn the above, raune,
.. fill rn"dl"ln" 'ton hAVe CI' .ucb II. ball A. l>. iwn, at ten o'clm'k lu the lorvnoon of call, .lId that your property In the bandit or the At-
uiyr litf
; put under peace bond by Sold day, end said Hoard ht-r. alls Line h.. hazer (Inrnilneed
case as mine under guaranteeto Wbereu 'tlioiwl by"i upon any lsnlioCoast K. K I o -
a petition bjr more than
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the Court for.the protection of J. if. do the same for by Oaoeola fourth of the registered Tot.. of IWcool Coua one cltl I en of said election. dlntrfnt who may denlretn : cud that unlma iou spp. sr before I Ili
Lanter and his family. you tyriorlda. wagon the 4th dsyof tin mo to chow auae.II If .nt there IMS at thenexlrcaiilar said Clmrton the 4th day of Decrinber, A. DKKiS Ii i ''I i
Pharmacy at sue:: a bottle. Try teem Ocormbvr n' vkkM, ,
"We recommend that D. Itxn pr.. eiited to th, Board of mertlnc d.tluurd why mioh Judgment ny default will be catered \ Ca
the Ctmut "
county commissioner -
today., Commlaalonrrsof permit should not rn> Rmi.lert to the.ppllrant.By ageinetYou.Nuv ;"c.-
electric wires in inld County prsrinrsald! : :: :' CA'FlTF.1t. i .
put the '\ Board t.. order an electlou la and for add qrder.f the &nrdof aunt'rmiiaiiaalon-: srd,19O5.( J. A. 1.A
Court House forthe benefit .If the Torture of a Preacher County: to decide whotber-he .alsof! luun.. era of Oaceola county. Florida, this the filb. day l-lalutlir
+_ 'courtrfb1Wxd'seeItOn. -* \ .tint Mquon,wlo.I beer shall of November, A. D.' 1105.jaaat.i .
;y: / or be prohibited --- ------- -'
t "The story.of the torture of Rev.O.D. In salt County I R.: U LKHI.FV.Clerk .
ported The county commissioners have re: Moore pastor of the Baptist charcti" And whe",, tbe 6tb day of December A, of the. Circuit Court of Uaieola count, Notice of Application! lor Tax :
to us violations '
certain of thecattle said
D.liMe'the Hoanl of < : l Florid.t.
inspectionlaw.This law nor .ot.Harpersvllle-_. .y.- \wUL4ntera .ree.14s,IIUI.--Coull'''>'T f V>cl: JOBNBTON. .! L 0C__. .__,_ _, . De Under-Section-8 of I -'- '
k having been uniformly enforced hitherto you. lie says: 'al' suffered agonies., ..ld'I etltluu! old it.ct..thai an election be ' TAdministrator's Lawsof '.

t we have decided to take no anton because!! of a persistent cough, result of-Febru.ry.held la mid County A. It. Won of Osutxila decide on whether the lit day th. Notice. Chapter Florida.4888 wont be Cross j jI

; 1 In these cases, butt would warn Ing from ,the gclp. I had to oleep sale of lutoiUffttlnr liquors- wlD. or beer All person* hnldlog claims or demand upon ,
the stockmen that in sitting up in bed. I tried many remedies ball IM prohibited In add Coiintr "' Uacenla the ,
future the law ; eiitate of Thomaa hues decoarcd will pre- Notice U hereby given thtl II )I. Piano endOeo.I,81uM1terypureha.rra
-' without relief, until 1 took Dr. and did further order IhatMthe clerk ofwl<1 for attvat I If wlipn cooking
will be itrIcily enforced. .. ; aent came to me payment prorly| of Tax Ct-rtIA you get J
Hoard do l least <
live at thirty days notice
We King's New Discovery for Consumption .f laU ed, within the time prescribed by law, or the rate No. AA'dated the 6th day of July lull\,
n ; to thank tbe Court, State tilvctlon by puhlli ( amen her
my rC It
a Attorney and Sheriff! for courtesies Coughs and Colds, which entirely each and eVery town In suit County: and II to said estate will make Immediate made application for lax deed It, Issue /In ..0'enrd.oe. )poor may ;;
and ask to be discharged. cured my cough; ,'aUcl saved me from none, then by "posting up, at ,leant ten ,rrlsleduottcrsof aettlement with the underaliined I .. with law. HMUI I rertiflcatva embraceHie not "
consumption." A'grand for the I sold elevtlo In the mom pi.bll J, w.: MILLFRAdmlnlatrakrrof following orncrlned situated lu bo your fault but 1.
cure pervert
G. W .
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BUST raid
c. MILLER County,one of which shall be at : I
theacCourt the Eatate ol Ihnutaa slue, scrods county. KloTId l fwit- .
diseased conditions of Throat and llounaNow .
Clerk. Foreman. Lungs. AttHceola Pharmacy 'price Therefore, I, K. L. Leiler, ai Clerk' of deoeaned. I"M Th.,M" anl of turbo l f Hoe b lug Tp anaeiined 41. H of at R2te the.40 date acre ofthe the_fault of tlio) ingredients

.., hoc and tl.OO, guaranteed; Trial bottle theClreuit'court. Htale. of//In Florida and for and said County oOaceolii. --- J bo.n"e of curb certificate lu the name of you have used. ,
as ex-ofncl
1 Notice of Garnishment. 1. .
M. H.lmerUnlepa
Lyceum Entertainment free. Clerk of the board of County CommlBaloner, ."J

'I' :Dr.,., H. W. Sears, the' second Ly : Spell Caused Death of election said County will be, do heW hereby In fie! give County not.of,.Onceola that so, In Count Judge's Court, Oweola. County VI.J. .lluwl..>rdlnt:lib( So d.acid law,'"cerll6cateehailbe,.tax January deed. ,will A; D.tumu-l-Mrt redeemedso->thereon on BUY .YOURGROCERIES
M of Lancaster
HUHe orlrta on Thursday, the First A. i
attraction Day ot ''
ceum of the season, will Duckwell February, A. Civil ActlonaSamu.i Ikneaa IOT oltlolal alfuatnre aid anal this the
"Harry 25 yea"iIcholeed D.11"1I1. for the purpose of deold }
rti appear at the Opera Bouse next Mon to.death early Ing whether the ale of Intoxlratlni Moult".'. > I [ai....1]. Mb day of November A I> Imifi., / \
day night.; Dee. yesterday moro.loll' wfiiea or beer, shall. be prohibited lu qo".d. U4.EKLBY. .
18thMr. Sears comes To Samuel Moull.,. del""d.nt..n" all others .
his borne the Clerk Circuit CeoriOseeolaCollnl' FloridaBy '
at presence of bill al I'or.
County OtteolaIn
,I highly recommended entertainer whom I It may ooncerntYou -- l1ANWELi. us and will find i
as an W a C. you .
wife and child. Be contracted Testimony Whereof I have h..uow.e' .
and the evening will a slight are hereby notified that a writ of Oafntfthment U' I IDR.
no doubt prove cold a few days and my hand and affixed_thaotflinlal seal of the has bran Isstied In the above cause, '
paid but I'
pleat ant, .and-: : ,who ago said tUMrd-of Coiny-Cimme.lonors-as, KIs* and that your property In the hands or the Atlantic everything>olutel--4-
))11..1.attentloD to HZ Yesterday morning slmmev, this fith day of Decvinher A D, IIWA. J.V.. SIMPSON
J. .attend. Coast Line K. R Co. has been ear .
__ T be was seized with a fit of cougrh- I Ie.ALI| B L LK8LEY.: : nliiheed; and that nuleM IOU appear. before I fresh, pure and satisfactory .J
'' K. of P. Oyster log which continued for some time. Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for the Conn ..lt1lfOrt on the ftti day of December, A. D.
;, DPper.. His wife. sent. for physician but before Clerk Oafvola.of the Board Mat of of County Florida,Commissioners and ex-omolo IVOA.aga/nstyou Judgment, by default will be entered, DENTIST. j . in the end i

'ITotwltbstandlng Inclemency of he 'could arrive another coughing of old County. ., : g. A.LANCA T R, :JOfllce over Oso ola] Phsrmaoy.OKFIOK it is
1 the weather quite a large number of spell came on anti Dock well died from Nov. drd. 190S. Plalnllfl, : cheaper to buy
t tbe JCoights and their families gathered suffocation.: Louis Globe Democrat Notice to Creditors, Legateesand UOURS: ?..?/: ..mMX12 tt. Groceries.
C 'at ,the' Opera He the use oyster last supper., evening and to'part.ic'pate1Iu Ballard', Dec. 1st.Horebound 1W\ >1:" Syrup" would Destributees.. B'ILL FOR DIVORCE. Telephone No. 76 y ft*u; i u Jun U.J u lit p.lyr.P m.. good <

Irt' all who could not come certainly have saved ,him. 2 c.I.t..lJc and *1.OO. All persons having rUlrai against the estate la dronlt Court Seventh Judicial Circuit.
of Henry W. Barberdeeea.edlatof Oaoeola BUite of Florida of Oceania .HOGAN & FLOYD.
Sold Tbomason uo' ,County O. THOMA9ON., ; .J'"I"
,{ 'missed a rare treat. by erIOO. Coua',. Slate of Florida, will present the same Theodore U.Hoffman Oompelnant, ,) I Phyalcla.ud Sargeoa .. .
q"Ii.. Tb.'COmmIUee.OD. arrangements.certainly for payment to the undersigned properly. at ...
Itli. did their part\'welLEvery) : .Holiday Rate the tested, within will be lb. lime prescribed. . by lawyer, ,. EmesaBarrett UoffmsaRehpondbtla )> ALL CALLS'Pboa..33.
same forever breed.NANCY
'" ":: thing' passed off pleasantly .r.dthere, Via Atlantic Coast Line to all points ." BELLE WHITE': CHAMCBRT. ,. HARRIS' S NAT RIUM..
,'f".. was DO bitch lo the proceedings tomar= East of the Mississippi and South of Administratrix of Eatat.of' Henry W..Barber. To Emma Barrett Hoffman f Offl" .' 'It. ,
.. DvoeaMdCitation. It from the affidavit of Theodore DA.. R. L. ; :
.t.b6 pleasures the occasionOysters *- > .: the Onto and Potomac, Rivers tickets, appearinir KI8SIMMIX. '.
y>', were: temptingly served In aU] will b V"0" Dee.' 22od, 23rdj 24U Administration. O.voroe Hoffman fifed .lathe the complainant above court,In this a Bill 17th for day DI-of >>vltoe.y. AND GENERAL MEDICINES,' I. '

itylepand, enough were left over to I 26th, 30th 31st and Jan., let, limited November. A D. lime, that the defendant Emma : .\. VANS AGNEWATToawap Ofrtoe HOOTS 11 to 1. 4 to*. I I'Thu J
ef bare fed .ball jnaay' mgre as,pert! to Jan. 4t11.. To, certain points .Westof !. "Coojrrr Oectoi ivoom'm CoottTT.Cotfar Fit., |I State Barrett of JTIorkU Hoffman and to that a non-reeklont her realdeaea of laj the la p .. DR. N. M.'HRaaiB.' -t. ,

present.* . the Mississippi and North of the I By Hi. CoyntT Judge of Mid Conntrs theFtateof New Jersey ID the United Btatea, I eye, BAR NO9B AND THROAT..' :
: His.)' HonorJudge Minor S.'Jones Ohio and Fotooiac' Rivers tickets Wberaei.lotbli Chart W. Griffin, bas ap* and that kwi' pontoffloe addntM la nnkimwn to.1IIa.t. -,I AT LAW....... om-........:80 to I.I to L '{
o' Attorney Jno. C.- Jones and plied Conrttor Letters AdmlnUiratloo and that there is no person in the Btat I AMD NOTARY PUBLIC I .
," \ State':, ; will be on sale Deo 21st., 22nd and on th. Estate of Nelaon BoaMll,deoMMd, law. of riorida tha awvioej p ;'.VStenographer.'. Carl : 23rd! limited to, return :30.days.from of, Mid Cou ,of Oaoaola bind the defrndint,and that aald defendant la ra SSiMMuEFXA.7: j.
'Ciiwnft I jConrVnovr IDbsesitonpbere' date of sale. '.. These a r., therefore,to dt and admoaltH all over twenty-one yeara of eg*.-It le therefore "

J,!\ 'honored. tbe, Knights .... To teachers and students surrender deoMaed ndilDculu lo be tt>.and kindred appew and beiora credlwra this of Court sale, ordered that yon.Mil do herein answer lied. or on denvr or before to.theuomplalnante John.., White &, Co.LOUIIVILU. ,; 1'

: ...i and partlclpatloa: In ihl.ehappy log certificates signed by Superintendents no w befre lath day' of D.eemb.r' A. D, first day of January A.IX or edit bill 'JM.TWILISON; i : : jR. '.f [y. }
.y; ; ., ........'rK ","ways .. r, , Principles or President tickets 1006. and fli.objection. If ear they. ...... to tbe wluau taken a* oonieseed.. \: further or ,.; ,, ., asa -" ) :

....,. .......' .W''J'.:..'Bears. evcted", ,, .'*s toast-: will be sold Deo. ITtir&.oU..b, locluslas ,Ira."DIr will 1.141..oreed'be granted aa preyed" olberoUe. ,tbeHtme week derod f9.that four thin ooewowWnwu.k.I.lbslli notice tie .published, ones: 4-a- J Norxar PUBLIC.. l ll aw4...aa1 re4s. : rN I""i '
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r : limited .o"3aa.8tb. WitneMmr ", e as Countf.Jndae'or' the LARoa.'r'
) ... ... t" { ? cam Talley Uaaott STATK
.It: : ( .1.. :-- Rates;, One and poe; third far* plus County aforaeald,(BIS let da! of Novenbitr.' IBM B.ll LeaWi: OI..lrotOireatt Coart.'U14 Seal AT S FURS :

1 r";:r.'. .. ,i'of 'OrlAevdo/bas Vfor, 'round trip S4: :*- : -w ?i szr> wall.",. -7:' .....:v.-. W.R.JOHNroii....,....""" eo.dl1ladpP ,. Of said Court,Ibis ITth dar of November, lOOB. 'Real;Estate. *Agent: ." H14... ;r l t,
t1RON/i 11 M'.... 3i.0:Knoti...Np,. Dl*.'P...''AW ..y Al VA11. 01l'1:1Ir: ,},- 1Qttw'IWUo.a K SSJ MEE. 'r' FLORIDA. r :' ,.,( .j
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Ttis ,Kisslmmes Valley Gazette -'For 'Inside wiping' see E.-M. E.... Lyceum entertainment next Monday Stockho1dersMeeting. .
E. M. Estes it prepared to do Inside night.: .
The i .
TgLKPHONBNO.1l no ntMlloc of the Stockholder of '
wlrloRfor .electric lights at Barlow' Minstrels next Tuesday Stole Bank' of KiMlramn-. of Fla., 'Ocklawaha
reasonable prices.Mr. pigbwCapt. will ba brkd,In ( illrMitari roam I''a'i bank The ,Nurseries
I on January-llth' IMM.
U elect dlrrctora for
H. N. B ration made a business ensuing year and lotrmuaot iiach other bunlneMa .
BY' < W. A. Roebuck of .,, __ .
trip to Orlando Monday i Basslnger, may come bafor. I<1 lair. "
W.Official..B. .... H..e.. I spent a few days in town this week. N..B.C..IUIOIf..C.. .hl.,. I 11 11 To wbo expeet<< I.enlarn their eroreo Milo

-- .- l W.a ll..Po". Smoke Key: West IiaVaoa'the beat Don't. fall to see Barlow's Minstrelsat Notice of Annual Meeting. .;I VI ( rear. we want to wed our. sow .taIoca.. whiek ben. lust .... .
50 Cigar on the market. Opera House DelL Tuesday night.H. pabll"ed sod ye.dy for dlarteutlga. W. have.weiched. very
Vaasa Tsnutoar-woes BUM** Dr and 1011"1. ( e NoUca ta bcrvbv hen',ta.. the ratular" ma.tIDK : elowy the ....."".... of lbe,clime fruit hudaary is, rlorWa
TgouDAV ....1... .Ko", M UM.A. lied Al Undo F. Thomason vis W. Sears, second Lyceum eutertalnment :itl o( th. Blookholdera. In the .huy.rarwos .'Dft 18116, sD4 we belles w. eau II".."AI."bt. luforrtebaM.
tuesdar.Oo -' aL Opera House next Monday
liii : "aa. I Mls. 411.rrldur'.r..t. :. to i MRS CHANDLER, for Christ.. olgbu Mb :rf.T: of ADU.'f. looa .t. area belus' ... .
was MIlUnerT. ..001 I acatav la said moath. at the boor 01 .. .1&Will be_ '
- Special prices.Mrs. Stetson. Hats at'; KANNRR & Co., try xo'eiock p, m. C. C. WILSON goer mterM to look that lut over. sad we 1 oo <
M' our 13.00pateD" leather shoes ,. Lett FOg will dyvIde' toglve ..your .patronage afar a esidedeg
J.. they i Sooretarv. .
.. 78 110 Eicks\ and Mrs. D. C. Lee the tadrromsais ... 0.. .:
.11. 10 lbdooemeots te
are guranteed.' r,CI. special
77 ,
.. were Orlando
... ay visitor
l.t..Af.ennday ,.....u... .. 'It M e Tuesday.Private Notice. to Creditors. those WIIO plies 'be',or I... pow for f.11' and wl'ter! .1......... 1:
Mon.L1..r ..;... ,78 lie...,"" Table Board. Mr. John Ligbtsey has resigned his ; S Abeor telysowhit." . 5g. .. T .
Tureday ....,.... '7M 110 MRS..DJoLEN position as bartender.for ,J.-8. Stratton .- ID the Dl.(friot Ooait of ,h.United State her I ac-awn +
Wedue.da. .... '.. 7t 1\1I PKRDKW and will reLurDl:'Hartow. the Houtham\ DI.lrloFt..plda
Tb.r.d.r..o.. 73 lie her Mrs. J. M. Bryan; Sr.; returned to Mr. U. A.I Ltebtsay Bartow of Tn DrouKbl f'l'Odhonor baukrunt A.. E. In baokruiHcy.... TH E .OC I: -.- bonus it Danla on Monday after a pf In the cottiity of OMwIa endLlew1at. aforaald, .
. r J. HtMPHON. P. H. pleasant, visit with relatives here. spent a few days, bere this week,' hav a baukruntt . < o W. CONN.... ..O.,. TANORIN.. PLAf
For 'ing come up to meet his partner Mr. ones la hereby liven. tbat on the 9th day of 44..D. C. AaT.. "...,_.... 1'1..
the obelpe.L December A D. f alt. the laid A. L. LBBt
Our rates:.for insertion of advertisements to the meats bad go W..C. Parsons., aMrs. duly', ..djadlt''Wdtrap" and that Droughtwag tbi

among the readingmatter. 'on OSCHOLA. MEAT MARKET.. -_- Jas. Dale and Miss Susie Dale Court Cr-t mretlng Houae, of KI..Nnnr.TlorIta.ou' h!. eredltora will he tbeuntb.beld at

this Is ten cents per, line each In went up to Orlando on Tuesday to day of DMiember A. 1) :)lent.:alll uVlock a. m.. .

page Mr. E. 8. Mender Went 1p' to Jacksonville .; vlit Frank Dale, who is 111 In the at ohlvh'Ktre. the said credltora. may .attend

sertion. I mission.Wednesday night. on a business .hospital that city the prove bankrupt their. dune and trauaacl appoint. much trustee other, ezamlu bust...u.u Il11111111111111111111111111111111l1111111i11111111l1n1111, , " , ' I111, ,

New line of allies and ribbons al ,. away If'you, and have1 want any it "done.-laundry up" I good send Tampa may VVM.prop, ria.rly lVbl1Kko December come befure R40'...rate.t.meeting.bankruptcy.ItMA. | WATERS & CARSON GROCERY' CO. |

shape, pboqe the City Bakery.:..*. ,
Local News. Lt.. Col W.. .& ,Cadmao of Narooossee Victor 'NOTICE OF SALE OF''' REAL
records'35o and COc. Call
_. . was' tn town Wednesday and on E. AGENTS FORMA'JES i..
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-- ------- made ibis otloe. pleasant. call. our agent or write MBTROFOI. TAN ESTATE:;

leoooooeoooooc Consult TALKING MACMINECO., Jacksonville Noline la hereby given to all whom It may FERTILIZERS
E. M. Emes before having Fls, Agents wanted. concern that will on Moud.y the .1Mb day of
itFewar.gallona your house-wired for electric\ lights. December L. D. IUO&. U .10 o'clock In the forenoon .
Wade, the :Tuner Orlando. Alderman was elected Marshalof apply to the Cnuutv Just,. of 0........
wear longer Rev. J. W, Austin stopped -over Fort Pierce last week by a majority County, .mate ol Plortdafor order to cell at == ==

; Stanford.! ; pevoe here. few d,1a, on his return rfrom bf one vote, his Competitor having received private bt-ilnlng: sale nt the the South IoloeiuR Went teal corner Ertate.' of to book wit: == Highest Grade Best, Crops-Largest Returns; ==

For CJoLhlnl'N} Conference. "Mr.Austin was sent to thirty votes to his thirty-one.. 16 of Hubert u...' (uldltlon to the Town ol

White Star Laundry-CITY OAKERY Oviedo for the ensuelng year. Col. P. A. Van's Agnew. one of the, three Klmlmmve buudrad.City feet end, run thence tbeuoe Baat North((100)) (one:IUD l) \ P rf Safety .in Their Use. iII'

KATi's.Floe Lowest price in Fresh Meats, at prominent attorneys of our sister ciiy hundred feet thence South (eql) three bundrvd C .
Stetson trays at Osceola Meat Market KlBsiniinee, is spending a few hour In feet. thence West (IOO) one hundred feet to == >
KANNER & Co. Orlando today.-O.-lando Reporter. place of bexlnlnc, the aame being' the We-t Send for'Circulars Acid :
Clothing at Master Fred Hill spent a portion of half of said block IA, eliualed lo-the County ol \ showing danger usIng :! r
the week in -ne-v. E. ir. Rayner wHT preach his oaeeola aod Utta: of Florida, and the property. ..Materials on.our)light sandy soils and how great
Mr. Bird Platt, a student of Rol town visiting among. his. Roy liloe minor. e ==

lins College, bas been spending the little friend. Church farewell next'sermon Sunday at the evening.Christian A November14lbROt.. HENRY NICE:, ==:' losses were, made by' farmers last;year throughout ="

week In town. f Cut prices on Millinery for 'Christmas large congregation -should greet: . him OuaMlan' of Jloy llloerm-hior. : the State.

All kinds'of toys Tor the little ones times, at MRS. CHANDLERS. on Ibis occasion, -
at .Stanford's. HORSES Fort SALK.-Forty head of ;Notice of Application to Sell miaiuurumuuuuuuaiauuuuuiuuuiuuuuiimuuuiuCABSON.' 1 '
Owing .to the circumstances ?
Only ten more d.'unLI1 Christmasand Rood horses and mules. for sale at my over ... .
we ba\'ellocontl'ol. office -
stable. Real Estate. ; l'
frost to nip the .tenderest J. W. MILLKH. .
no yet ban been serlausly handicapped this .:
Ycgetatlon New line of lace collars week and will To whom It may concern: "
just arrived we hope our patrons overlook Notice .U hereby given! that the ondenurned. 4C.
Big line o'-I Holiday Goods at_Stanford's. HI KANNER & Co. all shortcomings. Nancy Delia White M administratrix of tbe

. Mr. Sam Hirsch of New York City Miss Mary Young the popular and fcataie Saturday of the Henry mid day ti'Barber of December, defeated" A. D will. 11*on/ftnt :.A. . JOHN M.tBB, M. CARSON.

Mr. K. S. Bendor sold this weekto has accepted a position 'us clerk at the accomplished teacbor of Narcoossee'! 10 o'clock lu the; forenoon apply to :tia''r: Prwaide.> YIc..Plvaldetl. c..r. g

Mr. y. C. Me Lean one of his cot- Tohopekallgt. and. began his duties school, came Into town Saturday and Florida K Jobnilon, at KUalmmeaClty County Judire of In Mid Oaoeola County lor '

(ages! tn West Ittssloituee. last week, was the guest of her friend Mrs.. C. M.. au order to tell at private. ...1..the following State Batik 'o# Klssltnitiee.Kissimtnee .
Frazure, until Monday. -; described real estate lyin and .being; altuah- :
Wear a Coat Shirt. Oet'em alDunn's. Come and eleeeewbere.Xmas Goods In the County of Oaoeola and State ol Florida Fla.
before buying Cash Bar- TEN DOLLARS REWARD will pay dmwrlDvd. .. follows! ,
Rain Store. v -..., ten dollars reward for evidence to The North half of the North half of the South .--.-- ,

The Grand Jury completed their Fine line of Dres altiaCftse*, Smoking convict the party or parties, who destroyed Buuliuuthirl faat-quarter?of In the Townshiptwvnlv-alx North Wett quarter Houlb of PAID UP CAPITAL........l.v..J.J., ,*., a M OOO OO, L"
labors and were discharge late\.' Wednesday Sets 46 brick piers on lots In Range thirty' East containing' ten acre moiv
Novelties, my I
etc at Stan ... ...
afternoon having been In. .session the In or lone, also Lot one of section lhlrtrtwoTown' STOCKHOLDERS LIABILITY.., .. 000 OO'
ford .. rear 'of dwelling North
my : '
eight days. I KlHslmmee. M. TILLER. I lalulng ship' tiny-sloe .0...sang. moiv thirty. r ....Keel, also", coi.-.beKlulug DEPOSITORS SBCtmiTY..i..''.'., IOO 000 OO : <,<
arrivedat : J. W. Collier, a prominent citizen at R. W. corner of 8 *..-Vi ol 8: W UKwtUin I
New line of dress foods. Just of KisslrtinvM. was among the buskdess Rev. J. I* MOOd returned Tuesday 29 To.211 8 R SO E run thenoe K. U ff '.Prompt'and Careful' Attention aive to all tnattera ewe..
KANNKK & Co. : men visiting the city from Ocala, where he had been attend. thence S to margin of Lake Tohnpekallaatbvuoe ; .' at all ..t.cheapestlrates .
yestera- trusted to M* ExchaaB good points
Westerly' alouv margin of aid Lake to .
Dr. P, Phillips Is preparing have'a lie was a (if ue.tof' .the Almerla.-Tarnpa lug the Annusl-Cooference..Me. Moon R. W.owner of Lot a. 'eo. II-!Tp an. 8. athence m.,.... -
telephone line out in from KI..lm-1 Daily Tines. received the Fort MyerSj-appolntment, North. to place of beginlng. YOUR BV511'4E5S'8O.' .... .I EP\;
for the and will leatewlt.l : Hald' above dearrlbe Real K.late being the
wee to Ills prove' at Hand Lake. Th Fifteen' Hundred Dollars eD.U&lnlllear laid Eitate uf .
distance Is about. ten miles. the latent w_rth of hl, that place in a MANOY bKLLK a WIIITSIrbtlr.Admlulstrans i E rr
up-to-date Kirgchbaum
Clothing .
6 short time. of Estate of '

You .will save money by trading at : just received at Stanford's. Judge Minor S. Jones, will' spend Henry. W. Barber- d-. ..
the Cash. Bargain liwre. Dr.--M. J.. Hicks has recently installed tomorrow In Orlando the In his office an electric vibrator Col. and Mrs. John O. .JaDe.. The tTn n fnn01 "4VVV
Mr. and Mrs. George Sullivan the for massaging to be used in the treatment , Judge has been, at Klssimmea all the DOOOOOOOtrOp000O0t'i VVW LVVVVVVV VV i I'OSCEOLA
newly made bride and groom left on of chronic disease such week conducting court and
: as rheumatism came up
the noon\ train. yesterday for theirfuture i ,. stiff joints, neuralgia etc..' on the noon train with the able State's For Sale r" I .
home-at Eau Gallle. Attorney and his brother. Mr. Jos. H. !
.For particulars. about laundry work .,.
New waists. and LiKANNER .1 rhnAa. B.nj rwiit.. _.*. ,
silk Jackets
phone the City JJakery.. Our boy is ----- -- -- I

A Co. always read jr to calf and, get A telegram was received' this morn
: $
packages.1 the deathi .',
.' Rlddells Carnival, with all Its blare thlil' announcing of Frank : ;
.and noise struck! town last. Monday Mrs.,.James Date cam lip Dale--' tfblcti' occured at the Church ,.. #0
the town has presented yesterday Hume and Hospital( In that, city '
and as a result -
afternoon from KlssUnmee ---- ----.- ;
." a holiday appearance all the. wtek. her son,- Frank..was retting-alonjjv how where, he was, ".Dt.-aboUL-tcm1Iay.--w.lrO") --'<"- ---= 7' ii you.need any tiling ia tioTrtigcall B

., Medium and heavy weight l Under.. Is al the Church Home and. Hospital remains for treatment will be for brought pneumonia.down on The the $.2' 500 ,0 up No 3"wi11'be-deilvered: $ once; 'I.f, '

? wear, for men and women at ,' KATZ'Ba suffering: with pneuoionia. .rOrlaodo 4 o'clock trilo this t ,- !
afternoon. I J-
\, .."Z full .line of ladles #8' :
t I} 'a! Mr> Sidney''Scott/JJlss'Mary,.Scott ,Ileporter" . .. '!,, \ ', .' Two Story .8 ROOM HoMae.. ., ,. :\Tp also ,carry:. a 1S .

'..nd.MI.. Little Hcott, ufChattanooiraTennessee. : George Gilbert has thefloesV line of 'Don't forget the big battle ship first .'.. La.... Stable, 4 Lots, : "74 ;, ,und'Scissors., ry. onr fame M':Bugj.g ...:' "
Wall In part carried by the great' UarlowMinstrels 'Y ;rt; h .
., are spending several days Paper town. .See him about MalaSt. ,
papering house. this season the bin gins, if not 8 tlsfactorYJJf ', :
in town, toe guests: Of the Tohopeka- your the. Bghtingtop, the officers middles, 2.500 Money ; :

}Ia. Mr. 0: Kacner of S&nford'aa in sailors, oommediana and marines, together .' 4 are business;: for your health.. :' '
The Cash Bargain Store the placeto town last Sunday on a visit to his with the latest. sentimental and Cottage sad Ors..:.UroVe .

get. Fire works. brother, Mr. K. Ksvnner. He found ragtime songs or this seasons public- !. North KlaelaMee.Tertasv .

' Dr. H. W. Bears, tbe second Lycum thaltterab.ent'however.he gone tap' CO'OrI..l1da to spend the having day, ations.vocalist's An, and entirely exclusive:: new company vaudeville of ", The Leading Drug Store. TM

attraction will l lecture" In tbe Opera and had to wait. over until Monday to leat. re<<. At Opera House on Tuesday $'500 ,

-House-next-Monday-sight.-.Usti', see him. -- --- _ Deo J9tKTKlsslmmee .J VVVVVVV e f
Je L will ba tore Taffy and Less FoarBalld.. Let.. ...-.- VV .,
,- Epltaphy." The City Bakery Is agent for the Fla., Dec. 13th, 1905. Received ted Mala' St. "ortllInIH. C'
1 White Star Laundry the best in the of the Travelers InsuranceCo.through ., e .,
" "' '' !
If you need a nice hand bag go to State the agent M. 'Tiller, the 4' "

KANNKK & Cq. for U.IUs sum of.$2O, l lasettlement, of my claim .
Dr. F Mlddlebrooks and Marion against them for injuries' received at $500 A. CARSON, Prealdent; N. C. BRYAN", Secretary '
.. L. R. Jenkins the new Methodist Carson the day Tuesday birdshooting '
spent i tlrpeof November lire. This claim was
Acres benprov.d B'S
minister for this place, Is a young In the neiirhbqr hood' of' 3?, : ,
hurt in
{ : for tS.OO but being a burning I. West KIs4O : '.
man with a wife and two. mall children Mr. S U. Barber's place, they brought building doubled the amount making al___. '
't and was recently transferred' from. back 49 q..all as a. result. of the '16. aDd $too was paid me besides for '
' the Missouri Conference.Largest dav's hunt. The editor was the happy. Dr. 's fee. I consider this Company $500 i Waters aTCarson: Grocery Go.C. :

collection of Dolls ever recipient of a portion of the spoils.' not only fair In their settlements but. .. .,

; Stanford's.. Medium and heavy underwear prompt. in paying their. claims. HENRY Acres. Dwelling. Out.bulldies.13 .
brought\ to KIsslmoHje at. weight --Wkoleaale.sad,Retail Dealers. !la
--.A New line of fall and winter Clothing for njen and women atKANNER. STANFORD. acres *

it KATZ"s.Themariy .. & Co.( .W. J. Uryan Esq. returned to CMltlvatloB' CoMMtry.Ora ;

Mr. W. S. J. Overstreet down Jacksonville Wednesday. Mr. Bryan O Q OO.ERIES..
came .U9
.---':;-/ Wends here oLMr. Holmes will fro :l'W.bItey'-Parlt-unpend' -Sued ar ably conducted thedefends1uthe.casoof ... _ ;
-; "Prattler'and hlssUter Miss Ray, with his family. Mr. Overstreet: the State vs. J. A, Barber and Besrlig .se 'Orove
parchased .
regret,. to learn of tbe death 'of their B lot of oranges around Winter made an eloquent appeal to the Jury. .iod3>> story house, 68 _.VI '
father, wblch oocured only" assort Clinton time Park and is engaged In having them The Jury, however decided that. the .ere. laad.'1 )'. V"TY.AGB"T8.FO ',
al the family residence at sufHcent to warrant a t
ago evldenc/ was .
and He
shipped. to
.. Houth Carolina.( finish gathered shipping about. the first experts of ,Jan conviction, and brought him a "erdlct.BCoo..dIDII'I 11 A Y Celebroted'' FertilizersCRATE I M

Stanfffppp rd'i line of Clothing 1 uary. ,. Hon.assisted C.his--Jones brother M., WILLSON JR ; 1 d j::
rluht-up-to now In style and finish, State Attorney, :. GRAIN E T .. .
Phone your wants, w! do the .run Jus. H. Jones Esq-., presented the .
and his\prkel are right. f Circular* emdPrice*
nlng. side cf the state. in a most convincingmanner. REAL ESTATE. .
MrsC' and three children "KisstMMEE DRUG COMPANY. Parrlsk.4o.AOVlleotkr.w, ... ,,\
A. A. Simpson .. //1\- '''''of(
left Wednesday. for a visit. to her Mr. A. J. Booth sent to this office a ,. 'I.... ',.._Ir_ while the honest M
parents, Hop. and Mrs. Jno.: M. percullar and beautiful break. It. Is people; "of the; town *ere '

Uryan. at Dante on the East Coast-. ,an orange twig about. the size of aperlqn' their peaceful slumbers, some prowl YOUR. ATTETION : HIDES u.ES: : : :WOOL; : : <

She was accompanied as far as Orange little finger and about six miscreant or'probably more than one .- '" ,
disjunction by Dr.: J. W. .Bimbon Inched long which grew Straight out tore down and 'broke up forty..labrick MOMENTIWe :

from the trunk of an orange tree, and piers, which M Tiller bad had FOR A :, try Iro'd.uoo.a..
; 'Bpeoia.t'f.
** Let us be your tailor we are the contains five unusually larg orangesat . built prepatbry to erecting. two cottages now have in stock the finest : o.o f.;

only agent for the largest. house In the,end of.the twig.MrWeiileyJPaYis : on bis"lots in the rear of his line of Toilet Articles ever' shown : .r -- . -. .,
If the
North Klsslmmee.
--JJuffalo. De.becker.-BloolL&\09. : ):' and family, who dwelling should I., .nir...._.. rtifvi_ Among the newest "' 1tT ,
KANNEB & Co.Mr. been at the CounLy'poorf.rm jerpetratore-are caught/ they 'U. UJ' --- - I
W. C.: Parsons arrived In town for the past several weeks, were' given thefull circumstances penalty of that the could law. number? .ref; jQOOOOOOOf 00000 teoooooe" f-IL ---
There are no
on Monday from New York, and will brought into town by SupU W. L. possibly justify, such malicious mischief COLOATE'S CASHMERE} ; 'l : VV.. H. TOWNSEND."..

spend a month or six weeks .In Kia- Campbell and left on the noon train. and the sooner a man who Is BOUQUET TALCUM r W.'L;Van Duior CO.. 'dWI.R/i 4r
qrl'; : slmnee and down on ,he'raDtre.wbere for Baldwin, where Dave' to- reside capable of perpetrating an outrage .. r.i, :
been "
., stockraisIng. with relatives. Mr. baa . TOHMAKfcTrj "a1
. bell largely Interested In Is 'placed behind the bars, the POWDER -- - .. n
1 j Mr. Parsons bas a: large circle ill for a I lonf\: time!' and Is In very letter It. will be for the peace and ROSE 2O YEAR t
He to
: of friends here .who are always pleased emaciated condl J.on welfare of the town.' R.S '
. and O 't K EREAL GOLD iLLKD.CA..tcS JaW.:
to see him. sent in the baggage' car on a cot, TALCUM POWDER. ,B R ,,
traveled with him to attend telepnoneline from Klssliameeto : '
Mrs. Davis The new BL.QIN 'OH WAL THAW.:(_ife.t.,
Kanner & Co. Leaders In low prices t.q his want enroute. Narcoossee and ''intermedi. BEEKMAN'S VIOLET ; .
\ the public of ate points came In very bandy for Mr. es.\
are glad to anounce to POW'DER.
A.KI..lmmee; that we are getting In fresh KATZ I. tigeut for Edw. V. Price A D.[ N. Floyd of Foghorn last Tuesday TALCUM At'E

z goods everyday, give us a fair trial Co. the largest Custom Tailor inChicago Ike Peterson add Jim. and MENNEN'S n VIOLET. TALCUM AND INSURANCE
take Willie ,.
would be glad to .
( it Is for benefit.Married your Long had been Into town on
your order for a 'fill! suit( of Overcoat Tuesday and bad imhlbed.a little ''too POWDER.. Ji
rr ', In the parlor of. Hotel'Tohopekallga .' freely' and upon their'return .to Peg- '
., occupied All 'these celebrated good4
last. CircuitCourt are
on Wed. evening The wits decided that It' would' be the :
horn "
Mr..Georlfe Sullivan?.EauOall e, Monday and Tuesday In the trial of thing to "shoot up the town." and are ,most ".r .tifyln .to the 5t..on. Made to Order }

Fl.,- to Miss, Battle' Yates at Klsslmmee the cage/of fee State T.:.f-/A-Barber" There proper being only one' store thereIt souLT ;* -' E.erl thing \o\ Stefactls, Mitt and 1L FMtWri

R, J Judge W.iv H.Johnson off- who shot and wounded his drew there entire. Hi* artillery infantry A arrival oil/ .Souvenir Post- Rubber Stamps. Line of: 'fttrUlarSt.eoeUa
Icatl.oa.Tbe bride Is. an-unusually taw, -T. A... Hughey, about eighteen abd catling. guns. Amid the fus- new nice' Inks, Brush .,_.Pe e&c., on
i' attractive! young lady: and'Is highly month seriously that 1 It was lade Mr. Floyd thought of the recently . Cards .are now. In and. Its a ( han!! -.z z n.a".Markenfor.marktng

-esteemed by .U.ybo.kaow-her..wbUe: nesoessary.toftmputats his foot. The Installed telephone andnhrough Its wajrtarfBt ateply.tlth&rol'tooked > : ,, table and Individual

"i.' ,,the groom Is'a" prosperous"merchant defendant found gulltrof assault stride had..Sherrl"' Walker on band lorlett; r.'L '- ..'- ;', lIoe -+ /k 1d NIOJlO JrI -
\' of Eau ,Gatlie. The Valley Gazette with lot.en40 murder and sentenced. moulds of two boors who.arrested them alwaj- do lour i"L. r,.()P1a 4
\r v Joins their many friends In extending tonfiv. years at..tari ,labor In.ihepenUantfcrj and bt ought them to town.The Grand We ar"'ea.dy, !. ., ." ,,-' ....
solo congratulations and good wishes<; ,Hls son.;Carl Barber, nryvbslog still In .*..1011" .Look:'.5 running1t. tKIsslwmeeDmCo 1 "" "r- Sto.. W..a.; t

cI',' STBAYiax: -Pointer :"pup"'*- 'monlbs who was charged with the same assault offense the case on Wednesday and rendered 4.y I .vi . ;;.1 ti 9L'I. t r e r r
guilty to aggravated and will /7N! LSN6'QM [ '[ hi* .
''old on pleaded was bills against them they red to of town a> ,$ .OO' ''
, ; white'with liver colored.spots buVoo aooouoi of ffils age the .J"" .. any part iStraa4. '
: .head and shoulder*...Five dollars rs* have4 to .answer .ton their misdeed. to ... -- ." 'MAQAaD LOMBBBI Co tv..xA MiND
1 < suspended, entei o0,flurlwr\ food.Dr: 'of. ,',."': --- .jl" W .". :
; court.y (t.w..t '
-wilUcad .. ..
ward. to .1-- . '
that ,
IpfortnMloq. '' rtalBJhj'' ka.lor.J 'Sl ; ........ ., t. .. a -1'Cl Y 'I-:: "t;,,-.-. 1' : ,, "'. 1A. 'f, i{ .... i ,
'Blsfeopvwy. 1 4J.1. { \ ,
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and malted popcorn Is often "Pa, what were these mitt of armor ,

_ .moods....:d as a substitute' - for. .Uted. aV* used forr'"People Ceoptke' KI.-,. Wll .i.d Cts'JIC1IICSwill V Gompers Shows Bad Effects of White

cV 'em In olden times\, XM| Ton W II. ..
wore ,
-- Children at Work While Negro '
J- V I on.:: Sick. sutferlng,. lauguld women' are Financial and Dynastic Ruin .
'' Get t 15 Children Atte School..
and 1'a\1or'Mullen i aal'll'OkM nelDe4J" .>f Sweet Chtk. I' "What ort of people"' par Jearclng. the true cause of ImA( backs As, to .WhetherThcX( .
L C Cold raroedT-<.uw "Ob. life Insurance agent, I cup and Ii6w to cure V ;; Stares EmpireinFace.CATACLYSMAPPROACHES, .
,3ami ,
TV. Q.
them. -Mrs:
.ad" throat and |nnn 4 ug. I pose"* v i iTiilS I ,
Ctsta. Soot. 0o. .....1 *t.OO p.r UottloT' ' ..'II vi&; of Crocftbeck, ,- American Federation of Labor was; :

V HI3L"Are a ,1''XII., says: "Back- I the chief speaker at Saturday's session

1' The citron. Is R native of Oree-co. you: NAMB fond of FOOLED,melt.:" cu1lt uchet >hardly
' '
H *.\TInt ow's Bootblnw byrap tor Children Never ta ted, *t. Sprite; of dlZKiDCRSud -----' child laor committee, Washington) .

teothlntc.'Ofteniitiievaraii.iediicMlunainniaTaln.pni UOD RIJS" '*wind "Ebl! Sralt are flthos. ere.'IOmll. sick hendacbo \ the ,Mr. (tampers refuted the charge fr j- Soldiers In Revolt and Banks Are'ris:
.. co Ilo. c.n bottieHundrrtN "FIs1est I thouRht they '.< ct"> flVqucnt and Only Remains for Farmers of _

orTaillioni. of dol.'ars: are innu-" kind ef cheese."-Cleveland PlaiD V th action' of the South to Demand True Value of -' quently mode that, the 'federation ing 'Looted by Depositor*-The '.

ally. ,peat-';" odvertiwnr., r, D alcr. #Jo a tht kidneys was IC.regulor. -. 'secretary cot Sincere. In- opposition to child Power of Count Wtte| Seems '
II - taklrijfDoitn's Staple! Says ,
3&mnrej.'a #' , Soon nfier I beznii labor and nets through selfish motives.
Vt C\lreiOt to
veilsnylttexacee De.Wluning.V
Conftiiiuptloa" in
i FtT8I''f'm'\'t1\"' "o1t.4rnerVO'Uhesseartor . Iwldupv Tills I piu'ed sercralgravel Cheatham. "
Bo's.autpla V.
year* ujo,-Jdr.. 'i'Boiue -
I fttit' 0111) "II"e nf Dr. Kline's Urea: I the'troub1e :Air. Gompers mentioned the at' -
aaT. 4t.. aorwlub. N.k..b. 17.ZUUJ '*toni"R. got wPIl aucJ -V --, .

The" erlie known cook boOk wasprinted .f }\erc.kastorut2tr1a: L i.i,....jl, :.*'bott\\I :.Jli'-lo-Irianti, 1 traatlxe;,..tIilft.,1'm. (tree> lies not ivturnftf.. My )back Richard Cheathaih, secretary' of the tacks '-which have, been mado upon According-to St Petersburg ,advices'

Venice is good and fttroui; and my lreufOl'albealtb labor organizations 'In' the south for
in ia 147J. public confidence in the government'sability
v *A NATURAL' INFERENCE. better." Southern Cottdu Association makes .;.

_ :MILK'j' CRUJT ONIVaet e V Six-year-old Faany,. Just returaeo :old' by all deoleis.l rerts n box.: : the following statement: In' regard to their Advocacy ,of. laws, protecting to Vcathor the growlngjttorm' --

B: from Sunday' school seemed to have" I Foster-Milburn, : Cc. !Buffalo, N. V.Cripple's the cotton .market:" . chlldren-and, discussed tho conditions Is 'Wllning" "fait. 'Premier Witle, . seems. _.

;: All m> H..e..h..1 l Till Blood something:/ on her mind. "Mother znuthave : ""The cotton; i growers of V the south, in southern, factorloa: where aegro pow crless ,to cope with UD. V' :elements '
"ttey .
she said after a while Patient Work.Denjsmln
Kan OraUful Moth_ V children are exclu e"J and white children -
rr 7 1I. of
HI. Car. t.r CutUara. For '7 15"". had 'very large. V beds in Bible J, Morgan: a crIpple.'bn. through I and .with the assistance ofthclrtwgantzatlon The of danger whch"tho! rovolutlony,
times." completed a "wonderful piece of work Cotton< exclusively. Is raising on every'hand.. 'Wew.juutinlua.
V ?\Vb*n'o.' baby boy wiu thr.. V the Southern -
_I o4 he months "WnyT" asked her mother. vwhlch! ia attracting considerable at. result Is the 'jiegro children: are In
4 had the milk the
cruet ) I'I'teDtlan Association I troops are Ol1JltantI -'
very badly on'tla I .- are slowly but sure- the whites work Mr among :
school while
bead. ac, that all the hair cam", out. and "Well our teacher told us today Inside a bottle SV6 Inches '
It itched *o bad he would acrAtth until the that Abraham slept with His foul long. 4U inches In diameter and % I Jy ;Inning the greatest commercial Gonipers 10clarod, and the! very 'men I ly reported and the lawlessness' In the

; Wood ran. I got acake of Cuticura Snap fathers."-Harper's. Weekly. 1i.'b at tho neck he bat made! a battle even known to tho world" who disfranchised: the negroes are country is ,Increasing. V .

the and abox Cuticura of Cuticura and Oiatment.thin 1 applied ture representation of the ,minJa'l said a cotton man Satiirdny.-\ ., nqw working great. injustice to .tllU. The: Immediate .danger; confronting
put ,
a cap on hi* County Choral' Union giving whites"Otihe laborlug claasOa.Eldi '
millions !
head, 'and before 1 bad used half, of the ,r, MEDIEVAL Vf "They are being applauded by the government is a concerted' attack
..' t>ox it was entirely cured his hair commenced - "My wife" complained! : the Duke cert'at the armory.Twentyflveof : of people, who are watching tile idge T. Gerry of New; York, tile
to grow out nicely: tc the singers are rep- is leq.dorin the movement to protect on the country's credit Too pUb io
again.-and he hue l do 'Do IJttl.e., 'says she's obliged great fight that being successfully \
bad no return" of the trouble. Signed( ) kp her .(!<'1m. Yet I tee n'thing'the retenteJ on six rows'the women being I waged by them to throw off the yokeof children was quoted by !lt, Uoiuperu fear' that the goveinment canbo ,
**": 11..1'. Holme. A.hnd.: Ore." attired In white and the men In *0
matter with the; 4ame. thieving and speculative manipulators as saying that the hope for anti child forced to suspend gold payment In-:

' nandwlcho In "Put her In the secret chamber" black each wingerh'l1"Itot' a red covered that hf.a held them so long, and labor laws Ilea with organized labor, .
A good filling; for : choral book In hU or her ban* < Cfl.'ol&UII ',dally. This would bo the
made by.mixing,finely chopped pecan advised the Count de Funnicuss." "Sh Tho twenty-five dolls representing the j has teen the means: of enabling the I. which has been behind all thQ" leglsla- crowning wcrk of the revolutionists
will then never keep that. ,
nutu-- with Chutnev. slnzera are 2U! Inchaa in length. IVncbes spinners> to-grow enormously wealthy I, tlon V V no far obtained. ,... .
I across the shouljers erfch doll ILl the 'expenseof) the i>oor farmer. Felix Adler of Columbia University, who are nutlimea that the attending -

: A1JStJFUL1 PERIODS having be separated Into- twelve V "Those who. [clcod loyal to the Base:. chairman tit the committee, opened ununcial" crash the whole'

) pieces' in order; to git It through the V elation nnd accepted its advice, as tho session with a pica for a constant bourn would como tuiubllug down.

I neck of the bottle given last" .Tauaiy, to flx _a price of effort to better the condition of of the
The chances driving govcrnJmont
I After they were passed through the 10 cents per pound on their cotton child labor. I
1 Suggestions How to Find Relief from Such J neck they were glued together. There. doirrand It and ret it-did eO. notwithstanding Tho general subject for the day Into bankruptcy they profess

Suffering. I are 7H pleros in all In the,<
: I The stopper" the bottle represents decried their offoits by saying: I U the confidence of the policy -

I the front of the armory.I .'-" ," 'h.l1c-8Ible. foolith: etc.: ChitrU's p. cl1l. tlniteJ States labor holders of llusslan obligations

I Winded CorroipondenceWaterbury "On September 7 the ::sHoclatlon! .advised commissioner. eald there Is less child -
I undoi mlnoj and the news that
Republican. 'V. the faJriicrs to'nsle 11 rents for labor In the national capital thai was '

their cotton, as conditions fully warranted elsuwlieie. but declared that the VII till 1-1-ench lnvet>tors. who,, bav for.

I STILL.-HOPK. that price.: Many fixed that .exists there In worse form than Inmost elgn indcbtvdu mi. were unloadIng, I

Don't worry If they take brutality, price 71 nil sold fur It. cities. Nothing In the dtltrl t'a was rbcmvoti with ;Jubilatlcn\ by the

I tOm fOQ.tbaJIfo.rQb.! glad realityl "Now. on Eeceniber 1, tho fuel that laws prevents the employment ofchiidron rE\: ouUonilLll,

They'll put it in some oilier rare the crop Is very short has been established and consequently they-frequunt At this !i.umo time, credited, a veritable -

Hough game and we can view it \ beyond the shadow of a ly are! required to work from ten to panic on the \bourse, Imperial 4s

tbere. St. Louis PostDispatch.Curve doubt. and only asmail'"" remnant of tblrtien. hours a day. fall.iu: to 74. 'Cs to 94 12. and tile

I that left unaolj, nIce that the markets go\ci' ment lotteries to 293. thanking I

arc bare of dry goods with future BAD BREAK OF GERMAN. TARS. and !1l iuu,trlal "shares dent dowii with 4' ,
Blood. Sklo Tro.t>l...Canoer. Blood
prices lormally advanced cotton mills a rush. The f fiavlags bank was sul
Polaon. Orvaloct Blood Parlflor FrseIf
loaded down with contracts and orders Officers from Gunboat Go Ashore In .',
your blood la, Impure. thin, diseased jccted' to a run and at the slate hank
hot or full of humors. If you bare blood for goods for several months ahead, Brazil and Illegally Take Deserter a long Hue of nervous men-and we-

poison cannerearbuanles.ating sores, and only with about halt enough cotton The Brazilian embassy Washing men waltud for hours to exchange
orof ala.eaeema. Itching,risings and lumps.
.. cabby, pimply skin ban pains, catarrh In sight to till them. ton has received a tolegranufroni Huron. paper money for gold. The bank otll-

;$ 'V rbeuinatl m. or any blood or kjn dl.._, ."Will they_ pay 15 cents for cotton de Rio Brauco. tbe minister or dale did cot attempt to dissuade; them
V liotanla Blood Balm B. ..-...ordIolf -
take (B. U.)
a to direction Moon all soros best Why of course they will; if you ask Foreign affairs, stating that a few and exchanged piles of gold for bills

fis'eIIleIolthe.s aches. and pairs stop, the blood I. made It. If you do not. they will,,take it days ago several of the ofllcors or as fast aa the latter were "": "

_ 4fr.zTi/Iie b'zrt' pure and rlob.It anna tho skin free from at 5 cents- as they have:: done In the the German gun boat I'antber went sented. V '
--- and gI..lnlfhe. glow of .i.l
ruptlon, rich)
every 1
civilian dress and vlsltetu
V perfect health to the kln. At thu nametime past Ashore In 1-' Doth the runs "on the bank\ and
1 kino woma.a"laentltel7 free from Vegetable; ; ComD und sooner: for I have tried B. B. B. improve the digestion cures. "Decide for yourselves:-let thorn small fishing town called itajahny. .. the demand for forclgnxcbllngO were

Criodica1.nffer sl'. it does not seem to so many rarandl without help. ., dyspepela' streoKtbens weak kidneys. Just have it at Us actual value. 15 cents iu the state of Santa Catalina
"I dreaded the of menstrual uccelerntedby circulars which the
nature that'' anproaih my the medicine for old people an
ejhfonld suffer so severely. Menstruation period every month,as Itmaont ao much pain .them sew. vigorous blood. DrupgljU.. 01 or let them take It at their prIce 6 and there without any form of process nmkeis and revolutionary organization
is strain and suffering for me but after bad used the per large bottle. with directions for home cents-it is yours-do as you please: seized a man named Stoinhoft '
s severe woman'Swttality.
> on a Compound two months I became rwular and free and are spreading_ _brooilcastr -
: .' If it (s painful or irregular natural and am now perfectly wall and free I eura.Blood ttample Balm Co., Atlanta prepaid, Dnrrlbe writing but remember that if you sell for' who had left his native country Ger- --At-tlnrli lnlStryof finance; It Is estlmated .
something( is """roo II',which should be from pain at ray monthly pwto<'" I am very I trouble and special free medical tdvloe lefts than its value 15 cen1L.JllL.JU'! : -m..ay.--deserle-t. from Uie: army,'
ae-t right or it will load to a serious do- gratwral for what Lydia E. flnknaju'a Veg. I that about $: Oououvo has thus -
_ also sent In avalod letter. BJkB..ises-] -notonlf'IhjtiiTng >'ourselves, but every and took him with them as a prisoner -
rajtgement of the whole female; organ- tabletX>mpoundha4donefarjnevV -pe aJ1r&d\'lae4 chronic, deep-seated : far: been withdrawn 'from the state
; -',_ nz Snchf:;-l sOmony should be a-ooeptd I 4U8 of Impure blood and skla disease, other'owner'' of cotton Is being on the Panther. .. bank. The balance. of gold In the,
lam0N"''1J iD --fifty--- thousand women by all. women as oonrinclng1: evidence I and curse after. ,all. else. alia. donk-d his r.ricewbIle yo\t\ are giving The first secretary of the Brazilian treasuiy 'and abroad now stands at

L liayetestlflad4agratefullett.rstoMrs. that Lydia U. Pinkham's Vegetable, I ..... yours -away, which:: prevents the ad- embassy declared that! relaUona between '
Flnkhara that Lydia, E. Piokham's Compound stands without a peer as a The only Englishman w'bo ever became vftaco as long aa they can get it at Germany and Brazil have of $580,600,000. and the outstanding paper'
Vegetable Compound overcomes painful remedy for all the distressing- of I Pope was Adrian lv.I totals f3S3.500.000; leaving the
_ ,, ,loss than its-value. - ate been very cordial. It', was greaty -
and irregular I\\ tion. women. :I government a margin of legally Issuable -
4 It provides a safe and sure way of ... The success of Lydla EL .Pinkham'a IfIanlt.ry Itch oired'Lotion In 80 mlnqtes by Woolford's "Hundreds of thousands' of bales I regretted at the Brazilian embassy paper of about 4S,000.H)0.( )

: _pe from distressing Tand dangerous Vegetable Compound rests upon Lb.weLlearned I Dnjgjt: Mall;-orders never fails. Sold filled by .are being pledged to'' the',.Southern that this incident happened.,"-though !' "' '

"' .&lme.... and dlae..... VI gratitude of American. I fey l>r. Cetohon CrawtprdsvlUe promptly,lad. $I.-'"' Cotton Association.- for < li"'.'cents., 'It, Is- felt that Germany will"give- Vi! _Mucb has been made of the possl- '_
bib InAbllltT'ot
,, .,Tho two following- lette.s t.e1l1lO convincingly women. I -enough to force the price to Its prompt and full redress for what 'at/,' the government to '
what Lydia E. 'Pinkham'. When women troubled with irreg- Few Itasiian train. travel at a faster collect taxes. As) a matter .or fact
,Vegetable Compound will do for ntar, suppressed or painful menstma- I rate than twenty-tiro mile. an hour value very oom, unless buyers can fIrst report appears to be a, severe the entire, direct taxation la the ctt
', women they cannot fail to brine hope Lion leuoorrhcea, displacement or ulceration collt.lpueto get years that U hot beach of International law, ;
I lea and and
-, ,to thousands of sufferers.Miss .. , of the womb that bearing- SJIOO Howard. SJ1OO. pledged: at their prices,; in this event It Is 'pot known under whose or- country Is 7.700.000..

Nellie Uolms, of 640 N. Davi-. down f OUDIC"iDdammatioD of th. I learntnattaereisac The readers of this paper will be pleaMdto the! price cannot reach octal the way lera the officers of the Panther acted the tax of industries $33,600.000.( It ,
oviles.backache.. btoatinir. (or flatulency teait cue dreaded dli.I both altogether '
sIoa Street Buffalo N. T., writes t v and I easotuaaolesssnae ba... able to 00.... la all at their prices; then the-IG'al ones er whether they started out on shere were lost. It would
Dear lira.Pinkham ), general debility Indigestion I JtMcafe.,and taatll I"tarrol. Hall's be less than ome-tenth. of Hussla's total
i ervous prostration or are beset with I Catarrb will again reap the benefits of their with the Intent ef taking Stelnhoff ,
; **:Toor medlciiie:: U indeed aa Mna.1 medicine. Oursi tD' only posltl" cure DOW known -income.. -
V ouch symptoms as dizziness, falntnoss. I tbalDedl asoclalian'a-har l work-in their -be- a'pn on f7; td1UthitbsikTttiejwent V
( Cor women. I suffered mlwry for years withpainful frateigiiy. ;:atarrl1 t.elng a OOD. .
lassitude, excitability irritability, nervousness -I stItijonX dl..... .' At Kharkofl S.9CO soldiers have
periods, bMdac.....end inIr-4own reluIresonstl ta&lonat h 1t. In-.clvlllan dress.' .
.__....___ .
_';(; ,....... I onnanlliert two dUXereot phydctan sleeplessness, melancholy. r--rtna---. n.h.-*SS'..".. '"-""...L. : agreed. not to fire _on the people and
bat failed to get any relief! :A frtnd from thef.ahoald nmo1lmbert.bereb one tried | JtI,uooa ttt.blood- ad sou011111III01'.1.3. at Kofctoff the third Grenadier artillery -
-, toM But; advised ma to try Lydia: Ii:. flnkbara's and true remedy Lydia-:. Pinkham's I ..of tiLe jy e: Vegetable Compound. I did ao, and Vegetable Compound at once removes I iBRtnetoaadaUou Of tao" and Kivtujr consisting ot' 400 men. has beta
.SK looiter suffer a*1 did before. '.Mr period I tbepatleatstreairtn by bail ifll, op taeooaUtutlon a meeting and formulated plans. Similar -
.. are asLural every ache ana'pain is gone and suontroubles. Kef use to buy ay9ther I and ..ti. tlolf -nature In dolnirtu Court Dcctolon. Against Chicago Typo In Buncombe County, N. C. ."
my general heaitb is much wpro,,"" 1adn. medicine for you need the best I work. I'h"proprl..tor.. bay..o muoulaJthU graphical Officials. Still Against Gilliland Children. action it Is reported has been
.. all women who suffer! to take Lydia UoirtJieswate to write to Mrs. ItMuratlre: |>o I Judge lloldom of tle from Ash vlll N.
superior court A special C.
'inbhm' .. .
K. Plnkbam it there is
*Vejatable Oompoond. anything a t traa: It falUto.' our* Odessa f;
K I 0 bend> for lUt of nt Chicago enteroil order "Tho verdict of 13un- and by troops in several placesIn ,
Mr.. Tllllo Bart,of Larlmora..Ia'.D.. about your sicklies you do not tetcl fnonlals. Addroa* Saturday an says: recent a -
writes: undertttnnd. toJlle will treat you Sold F. J. (JIIIU&f"' Co., 1'oiwdo, O. calling on the Chicago TypographicalUnion' combo county superior court Jury that tho Hnltlc province. V

tt -,V Dear Mrs. rlnkham with kiiicluess and iior advice.. Takeoiall's by: DrutricUt family! .. The Pills for / and Its president Edwin U. the children of R. Glllllan4 of Avey's The declaration of martial law In .

"I might bar have been spared many free. Mo woman etfor regretted eonstlpatloa.Old Wright, to '"how ruiise Why they Creek township and descendantsof Livonia Is due to agrarian troubles.Large "
months of suffering and pain had I writing her and she tans helped .
known of the efficacy of Lydia E. Hnkhan/. thousuuds. Addrc. Lynn Ataus.For Bibles In Holland Churches.In should not lie punished for contempt Jeffrey Graham, were white and bands of peasants are marching !

_-' V Ask, Hra. PlaUtan's Aurlce-A Woaaa. ._ ._Cot_ Unientaoils_ a_ Womaa's Ilia.! __ Chnrrh"that every Proteatant Ihav rltitedwhile cr "Ileforlned-' The proceedings are In connectiojL ''had no negro blood In their-' vetoamar ; and- pillaging.- - -- .-, '
1tbIriJubcUon UEUc-d by "JudgeUoldom called fortif u.)cn a live weeks' tour through ttleNetb'erlQda reftrnlnlng the unJ.Dlnd )tnipnihers II from the .white citizens "of Avery'a Confirmations; by Senate. '
t' I brass good*. lemon juice with a I have been pleased to
little fine silver and n excelleat. tee several large quarto Bibles In : from in (any manner interfering Creek and .a petition calling on the The senate In executive session

They should a-fterwards be rinsed with very pew upon the wide'shelf or, ratl ,with the business) of the printIng county board of education to tight the Thursday conflitned the following

boiling water and polished with a soft ng In front. V V firms who form the Chicago Typothetae. case to the bitter end and on the nominations: iCharlos Joseph Bonaparte -

rag..' V V It Is very convenient and enticing. The order was mado returnable white people of Buncombe county of Maryland; secretary of the

therefore, for each person at services ..De mber- 18. The American to rally to the support of the educational navy; Truman Handy; New".:>rr), '". tchlgan.asJlstllnt

A box conch may !not be found as upon the Sabbath to open a large Federation of Labor will-, make- a test/ board and avert. the." great : secretary of the ...

comfortable SA some others but >rint Bible when the lesson therein case of tills. eviL" navy. ,

No Limit has little clofet rooto it will be con- is read or the text announced and I V

venient for storing away. .clothes, bed- observed that It is the universal custom PENNSYLVANIA MONUMENT V SIX-DY BICYCLE RACE ENDED. COTTON
., .- ding etc.IVCOZLEY'S. to do so. Some of'the Bibles I REPORTS, ARE ROTTEN
', Ton too would have to balk! date las the .
:Dimnod were of as a Dedicated at Anderaonvllle
York Team Won
& 2 bIgrerbern.1touweuld V Twice found with Impressive After cov.IngV Present System of Gathering Statistics .
only llaton to reaaoaend" Vl.- : seventeenth century Ceremonies.In 2,280 Miles and Six Lap.
_ r ..-.;yeor >l iae per un" hat the Bible In my pew chanced to Very Unsatisfactory.A VV
.- brenHcblor your soil and fing LEMON ELIXIR of the year 1730: and mostof those the presence of nearly 500 men Eddie Root and Joseph Fegler. the .
_ _ V youi plants with that wouuet-worker, New York team, won the six-day bl- Washington dispatch says: The
iced are of to* eighteenth century. wh. were prisoners at Camp Uumter '
Yirjinla-Ctrtlina Fertilizer. -A raas Oval mam4 ,' ..cieraceiaMadlsonSquare Garden, position of Ut" rector' of census '
lynea. ..tfLuJ81L4Idlfin4. "
V monument Ctiij
_____IVV- .. tV 'It has teen the tremendous curoe.a'V 'CO"IITtP'ATIOJ'f.IUOueNEti.. ; .- All the English text I found 1.0- bD The Anderaonvllle after covering 2.2CO miles and G-laps. with reference to the cotton statistician '
I of many farmers ail over. the fcouth. .._ Ga., prison park to the
dead .
all disorder* ef Hl "end " the finish, shortly after 1" o'clock Saturday :
C I who started life wlia only a few aero Buweia 000'. a >*ru. at Jrnc .to..... java the old style of and generaly of Pennsylvania was dedicated has been made plain.In a letter
JandaoM-boneplow. Mow.aftetiiaUiST antique type for the books were Thursdays night, being witnessed by a '
I' I thee ertUlaera low many >.usUieee by Governor written by that official to Representative -
t I farmers are rich lleadwhatthcyeayla '&11. well bound In heavy leather and Samuel W. fenny- crowd of 25,000 persons. We b'QI '
V ...aJma..... Aak your dealer for It,or ,with claspe calculated ,to lat/ and packer and was by him formally hand There were,seven capital prizes, Nprtb Carolina. Am9ng
I....d_ la to ouatof other Uungs Director' '
clamp pay wrmp- ed over to the North saysho
I >in8' aad postage on a oopy. Be eon ,.ook "as good as new, like the old United States govern. ranging from 1,500 to the' winner.down' .
V J lutfult for VlrslnlorCarolina' ierUU.. :souses of all the'ancient towns of meat, represented by General E. Car: to $200 for the seventh team. recognizes as fully .a. nybody tie
l .
c,aga.C ePleubes.iwr.e.CheWICICO.. ;hlstable country.-Rotterdam cor- man, chairman of ttie'Chicamauga ana Special 'prizes distributed among the demoralizing and unfortunate effect of

I 0 I BTIchmond Vs. ... Atlanta.Oa. respondence Plttsbun Dispatch. Chattanooga naUonal military park riders brought the aggregate of prizes reports which can change the price of

.. I Norfolk.' V.. % e.nuiiiah.Ua. A commission considerably above |5000. cotton as much as $5 per bale up or
q "
;-' iDurkam.M. OL Honts-omory. Ala. down within a few minutes. "
: e I CMrlectoa, 8.a. VemphU, 1 ena. FOR WOMEN .
I BaToinore. Xd. ,Btrereport. La, t,..,.... with HIS enllar to CONTENT.;: V V
t Iacr.aae"kfV! tacit aez.. ., Used at a dmche Is taaroloiw y ass.cNst.1. 1* your so?; doing well svt colleger SEPARATE .CHURCH AND"STATE.. TURKISH INCIDENT CLOSED. JURY EXONERATES WOMAN, ;,
.1.u.P.g.Acg k.sgklycieaas.s..kilUdlMaaanM Tes," answered Farmer Corntossel. ,
V tope IseaaiCM.aMle-.ea---'Ma u4 Vxwltee -
'VV ...miss ie.oeulsa aa4 aaaU catank.TOUCT . lie bad -b.j- picturetook aftei The French Senate; bya Vote of' 181 Controversy Bltwesnports and Power Mrs. young Found Not Guilty of Lit.
\'I'" ,J'UdM Ie I. ps-..., lo .. lie
\ to 102..Adepts the Bill.
Ie .
!! w ,sod W dstsslng. liselieg .Insurance Swindles. ...
--'S..ldsatM.icsIcr aa- had Us' regular share, of arms an1legs.
: Paris
V foreign' offlce la considers -
The French
J1fr AND WOMEN'S) SPECIAL OSES. should cay he. was coin' well. senate,, after a long that In court at Macon, Ga., Wednesday
.'or*mla. at igi.M enM a.... debate adopted' the. bill the controversy between the ,
V Trial Boa serf Book of ra Washington Star, ....... for sep. 'power and Turkey Is pracUcally closed morning, the jury, .found that, .,Mrs.Maggie' ', ..,
". -...,... Mel., V ration bf'churchanditate by vote
R. 55 -y4. : --- V- SJid that Young' "
: j omjjr details remain to ,: -charged_ 1tli Jnsuri
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- -- - of 181-to 102,The Tote/wa* announced -
Tor cleaning-white euvaa shoos ; settlBa-preWeMs: : ance-swindles., Was' net .guilty.-' .

make a pooto or benslno)and powdered "amid,, ent1u..IuUo'; scenes;, 'and'' cries Isfactory adjustment. The international ,Failure. to ; ... swlrd- '
identify her as the
\ "' magneste. Rut> o*'the j>oto-and tot of '"Longlive.. the republic" and fleet U reinlningIiaotIv.. pending lee was ascribed as:the causefor' the 'q ,

ii=;I ,,! :J with It naaaIG'.tIIIW..olo' \4x7oUL dry.Jibea, bruh.' ,." off ';Lon 'Jlro.. iuwrtytr: UM' 1- closing V of '-these;- :details\\.Jo"' verdict of not guilty."r'T ..'. -
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'PULIT. cause It commits amen to living blip ..., .. ', ;- .0'_ E" : I' : ) ,f'i I _r. . :1,.

life In absolute unselfishness. Given a MRS. .ROGERS-HUNG

father, and what follows What an. ,
'BRILLIANT SUNDAY SERMON alchemist Is .a newborn babe. The
\! .-DR. T CALVlN Vlod.ELtA.ND.Je touch of those tiny fingers transmutes a
the base ,
metal of thought ot self tuto'tbe '
pure sold of thought of the unnelf. Vermont Murderess: Pays the HIGH -Cuss DRUGGISTS -

I ".*..' Idra of Oea.. 'Fronvthe moment"when his.first babe's '
first cry summons thefn, of f atherhood Penalty on Gallows.
\ (tftnhsn's bosom the man nil A

} Drooklpn, N.t.-Id the Memorial deny himself himself, he taunt, henceforth lose . ., ..
in another. Love once a mere AND OTHERS.t

, the Presbyterian pastor the Church Uev. ,Dr Sunday T. Cal\ln morning Mc. passion for of self-sacrifice.possession Is This re-born father a passion has. DIED WITHOUT, A TREMOR - .

Olcllaud, preached -the. fourth sermon a family and .I.
it Is the family, the .
01\\ In. the series ou "Jesus' Idea. The home,- the health of,the whole which "' Tho better class of druggists[ everywhere, are men of scientific attainments and high Integrity ,J

special subject in Jesus'was Idea: "gerlousne of at become his chiefest concern?: Was Married at Sixteen Murdered who devote their lives to the'welfare of their fellow men in supplying the beet of remedies and,

text Believing-was: Matthew 'v:44: and God 43. Tbe Dr. aat Given: a son; and what follows? '. Her Hu.b.nd..t Nineteen and purest medicinal ,gents of known. value in accordance with physicians' prescriptions .and .\

t McClelland said: Si'ely must It Is be the tbe same true as son'sconcern the father's.?., Wa Executed at'Age of scientific formula.. :Drugglslof the batter class manufacture' many ,, excellent: : jremedies- hot

I There l Is no Christian doctrine for TIe: father, no more than the son, the always under original or officinal names and they never sell alse brands,or imitation medicines.

which you could get so many mf'n'to sou no less than tbe father,. exists forth Twenty-Two Vista They are the'men to deal with. when In'nef'dof' anything in their line, which usually; includes,

vote ns the Fatherhood of (led. Moth. :it borne ,it is this mutual instinct -- all standard .remedies and Corresponding adjuncts of a first-class pharmacy and the finest and
Ing can exhnust the name "Father." ItIs of being' iiupported and supporting' At WJnd'sor. ire l' '
Vermont, without a best of toilet articles hnd preparations and many uieful accessories and remedial appliances.
'the> gladdest, but the greatest (lie wucli: makes .
us sing; "There 1* no
dearest'' but tbe deepest, the sweetest; puce like borne T' thor; aid without a word, Mr*. ;Mary The earning of a fair living, with the satisfaction which arises from a knowledge of the benefits

but the solemnest, name men can frame So here agniri the axiom of ,the Mabel Rogers, Friday,marched to her conferred upon their patrons and assistance to the medical profession, is usually their greatest
to fit God. We cannot put too much earthly relationship' we 'call home Is \ ,_ reward for long years of study and many hours of daily toil. They. all Icnow that Syrup of
Into tbe ,,word but we can too true for death and paid tho penalty-ot murdering
little the. celestial relationship Figs is an excellent laxative remedy and that it gives universal satisfaction, and therefore they
Into It. It Is tho'llsk of that-of putting call ,rallglon. This Is the extension of her husband .
too 'little Into the name "Fsther"wbieh the old FIfth'Commaument; in reliion"Lore Marcus Ro&erg, aro selling many millions of'bottles.annuaUr to the well informed' purchasers ,of the 'Choicest.

gives us our tUerac. Tile theme your enemies und pray at' Bennlngton on August 13, 1902. remedies, and they,always take pleasure in handing'out'.the genuine*article bearing the full '

in: "Tbe Seriousness' of Believing, in for' that-persecute: you) that ye To all appearances M.... 'Rogers was r name of the Company-California Fig Syrup Co.:-.-printed' on the front"of every package.

the Fatherhood of God." may be lIon-, \f your Father who Is in the calmest person in: the chamber of . They"know that in cases of colds and headaches attended by biliousness and constipation and +

There are two kinds of!: melt who potion heaven; for Hr innketintls sun to. rise of weakness or torpidity of the liver and bowels arising from irregular habits indigestion, or '
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little Into,the Idea of Coil's Father on the evil and the Rood and sendeth death. She ,faced ..her end'wits the r
that there is other and beneficial in its effects as
..overheating, no remedy so pleasant-prompt
hood. The first man 1* bo who ,rain on the just and the unjust .
to think of God all Judge To pret'I'1 Like God the Father, the Son must name ,1IOc1.11"bu. Syrup of Figs and they,, are'glad to( sell it because it gives universal dactlon.

A t'other, he thinks in to bore love that Is boundlfSK.ungrudgIng marked her 'demeanor ever since ber Owing to the excellence of Syrup ,of :Figs the universal satisfactionwhich it gives and the

dulgence', lie views tbe ( ; and gratuitous" The family; not ,arrest. more than three ;years ago' immense demand for' it, imitations have been.. made tried'and condemned, out there are -
euxplrlon! lest It rob God of authority, one favorite .here' and mother there' do
individual druggists to be found here and there who not maintain the dignity and principles
extract the fear of sin, andirelleeihe.restraint but all the members must receive with Greatly to ,the relief. ..oftb'ose offl- .
of conscience. This mini deplores but bias, be blessed' without prejudice, ,dab who were assisting in executing of the profession and whose greed gets the better of their judgment, and who do'' not hesitateto

the universal note In the preach- I i be cared' lor without favoiltlnm. The toe sentence, Mary Rogers' last hour recommend and try to sell the imitations fn order to make a larger-fcrofi\. Such preparations

log of Jesus' Idea of God. If be' son must' live so that no man can be wu_remarkably free from harrowing 'sometimes have the nameSyrup of Figs"-or "Fig Syrup" and of some piratical concern

preached It bo would make it sn esoteric poorer, no woman sadder' has no child doneor I, Incidents. .H bad been feared that thenoniun'a'wonderful ,i. or fictitious fig'syrup company, printed on the package, but they never bay. the full name ofhe :
doctrine t. be wretched for aught be
those, who bad been Initiated mentioned by onlyto conversion more left, undone. He must live so tbat coui ige wouii de- -( Company-California Fig Syrup Co.:....printed on the front. of the package; The imitation

Into the secrets of grace through/: his words and 'deeds men may Bert her at the last moment, and she should .bo rejected because they are Injurious to the system In order to sell the imitations "

The second man who put ton little see truth reference, purlty, and possess would be carried to the scaffold la they find It necessary to misrepresentation! or deception and whenever a dealer passes '

Into the name "Father" is lIe who'sees the means' of happiness and be a state of collapse.: Instead however. off on customer a preparation under the name of "Syrup- Figs" or Fig Syrup," which

I nothing in Fatherhood' but sentiment must!so live not for profit Ilve, prudence or It Mrs. Rogers met death bravely does not bear the full'rmmejof the California Fig Syrup Co. printed on the front of the: ,package, '
lie thinks of God as ton soft-hearted to popularity; be must fa though
I rule,. a doting grandfather too weak to means a curse! a crown of 'thorns anda There ,were no sensational. incidents' ha is attempting to deceive and mislead the patron who has been BO unfortunate as to enter his

imnlsb. This man has tbe idea that cross. In connection with the hanging. Although establishment, whether it be large or email! for if the dealer resorts to misrepresentation and

love Is too tender to blame a man for And If we leek to.fcnow what that the woman was not officially and deception in one case.he will do 'so with other medicinal-agents, and In the filling of

edging off when goodness hurts costsor means, what sonthltt( In\ojves, we"Our gtt pronounced dead until 14 minutes and physicians' prescriptions, and should be avoided by every one who values health and happiness.
to Him who to
Is For taught us say
unprofitable. thla second
mss the thought of God as a Father Father." Ills life _Is' just spent In go- 30 second after the trap was sprung, Knowing that the great majority of drollgisuare TeUablewe, supply the immense 'demand , a game, the world a play. ing about doing good: He does fco, much she evidently suffered no pain.. Her for our excellent: : remedy entirely through the druggists, of whom it may' be purchased. every, ,

i j ground: and the infinite pity ground for for the1 Imperfect, the defective the nock was'broken at the second cervical where, in original packages only, at the regular price of fifty cents bottle,but as exceptionsexist : :

Infinite .excuse.: degenerate, that He gets )he u'nameof : vertebra and 'sho lost coqsclousnesu it ia necessary to inform the public of.the facta, in order that all may decline or return .

of To the these seriousness two' I of bring sHyl/ig; this, "I-mPllllal believe' ; He"friend never' bears of publicans a grudge and, He Ilune never s. Immediately after 'the drop\ felLA any Imitation' which may be sold toJhem. If it does not bear the full,name of the Company

In Cod tbe Father Almighty.. The ar. remembers an Insult lie never seems. few feeble convulsive ..movements.of California Fig Syrup Co-printed on the front of every package, do not hesitate to return the

tide Qf the creed I II the most pi'f'clous to see anytblnvjln; the .men about Him her ploloned hands was the only article and to demand the return of'your money, and in future go to one of the better class of

and the-most perilous for us to repeat, but their need ;iot the good things lIe evidence that vitality had-survived the druggists who will sell you what you wish and the best of every thing in his line at reasonable prices.
baIt to a-nay.. And He gives. gives
and for these' reasons. give : first shock. The drop fell at 1:13: p..
I'lrsf, one who claims God as Father until when He conies to die He has
nothing worth for but His m.. and Mrs. Rogers was pronounceddead
must lie ready to answer the, question. gambling
I What kind oT a son are you? tVithcr- clonk-the- one tbat was' pure white, by the attendant physician at -
hood Is something that we never think woven without seam.; That day the '' :27112.' _.- .
of when we talk about animals. The day He tiled, the men He had lived The woman'- feet barely touched This Little World I .:

parent of a boy we rail a father. The for led Him away like a lamb to the tbe door for an Instant, but the depu- I don't suppose Chat many people) =:;; 1IIE'C' AIITI-GRIPIIE
parent of a foal we rail s alre. Here IIlaufl; tlr. And while they were making know that the homes of Francis Scott
the wound for Hlnj to bap by lie Usa on .the platform scaffold ,
li a difference.' The Idea "father suggests : Key, the author of the""Star-Span
care, a 11't'11011lllId foretl'ougbt.! e prayed "Father. forinW! them they. Immediately Ucfctenftd the rope, and IS 0 vjnuurrstin TO CVHJCmf
The Idea 'Ire'* conveys only the' know not what they do." raised the unconscious. form a couple Banner author, and Home John Howard Payne" the lPlMYNE r"0 BAD COLD, HEADACHE AID MEUBALBUI?:
of <
,_Sweet Home, were
thought of procreation. We do not expert in'tbe luC place It is a serious thins of inches. I w.a.II att-net a ds.l.e wb..woo'oa..a.e...rbiottlWtt
to believe In Fatherhood'of of God within seventy-five feet of each other ,1JaI1 roe your .0..s s.osa ar tti >J Dossn"r ewatab
the coifs sire'! to care for him ex- E
l Future .f Case. affect lot/or take thought for his because It means that God's perfect- Principal !In Washington They! lived, In C r. iF.D4.seer.M.D..etaaets..naatyteeealtatdX.DATE .

future Put if a man treated Ills son ness. consists In Ills Impartial love and Mary Mabel Rogera became'a wife street, between Third and Fourth and ,.

us a horse treat his young we Would love (f" the most awful thins In' the at the age of sixteen: a murderess a Half and were neighbors for a long :

say; of tbat man, he .ha* never been a world. It has been said. "Be afraid of at nineteen and'' :was hanged when time. Of course Key got Tils fame

father J.o the boy. lIe bad done all that the love tbat loves you;, It Is lives either of only twenty-two ;years of age. first for Payne ldJtot-write 1 "HomeSweet"'Home" ,- 'EM ; iA Pur ..
the animal did for his aa.prlll..lmt be your heaven or jour bell. The be Tunis. goy srl9Us
after She k111ed her..young-husband-wh! - until went to
jnfft.arenever the same :
.Juad.-t.t, tudyae--iJtete "- ..J'WhW&a.makf' '
fatherhood And those thing have let theinselveS-5e- on.1flf-.tbP1- Ui.lncl d. caressipg him after having .. Algiers,. a* a United State Consul. r' nC' O 1.

Involve characterthey Imply; faith are not better they are worse. For this secured his consent for her to Key preceded him, on Jan. 11" 1843, r

hope and love they are not pbyaieal, 1* the myt
but spiritual, activities. while It I* tbe 'greatest' thing In the. Her case baa been in court three the same cemetery, Oak JlIlI at'WaihIngtonv of Shoes for your boy or girt,
li,.. the sums alan you" never rail a world It Is tbe most helpless. For tbe Payne, who was! an actor and '
years during which time she had
Write the Data
love of her child without thought of
:youug horse a "son;" be 1* a "fonl.I dramatiet, wrote a great many thing
The "son" gratitude loyalty the coat, a mother would give her twlco been face to face. with the gallows In the In Ink. **
idea suggests and played and sang In many of thorn! ,! lining ,
arid obedience. Tbe Idea of 'foal"conveys own life In exchange: and yet she must each time being reprieved.It himself. "Home,_ Sweet Home"'wasa I
only tbe thought of animal stand at Its death bed with helplessbands ia estimated that In:all her. petition ;
man hIm
descent; We do not expect' the colt.abldaJn 1 to and the when little the life"heart runs down.spring A unwinds father nor'e'than a half million :women Is oag by no written means hi*"host opera composition by Clover, Brand
exhibit gratitude to his sire, to \ << ;: ;
tbe same stable or to evidence obedience would give -Ms fortune, hIs- blood to of the, United States have at- though it Is the only one tfmt: is likelyto .
ta hIm. But if a youth treated keep his son's heart clrftn and white tapped their-signatures. 'Abew petition be remembered. The fame of Key, i

Ills father as -young: horse rents' Ills! but 'all his paternal passion canuot containing 43,000 names was presented however, rests entirely on his one SHOE
that be cheek that son' mad pace, if the boy'sInst her Banner. I ,
parent we would any of youth his teeth just before execution.In hymn, the "Star-Spangled ,
Is Inhuman. .He might do all that the take the bit between of. the declining to atop the execution am telling this story to Illustrate one ryk
him along the edge STAND
and drag EVERY TEST
anlmnl did for his progenitor, but be I Idea that that though this 'World
Friday, Governor Bell sold; "I knowof : h. ryoim
moral precipice. A son may: '
would bave left undone' those things O. .
which make human snntblp. And home; a despot might compel his le"v.1 no law that Is not a* much for a Is large, It Is very small when you f DEALER SAYS-HOT "
to come back: a father can only oQme to think'of It; that though their D CTIONARY nrlsrtfi'u3IwG'
those thU:'8 Involve character they. ject woman! a* It I la for a man. For me ,
Imply tr1l8t, affection! and filial sub-: wait, and watch and keep open the to meddle in this case would place productions are the nation's hymns, ,n. ,.,... ktiwsAttalsf
.mh.lon-and thH -tIlIKIt..are--DOt pbya< *- arC known all_over_the 'world_and are' '\" th..w. _.". .
door.V mlJ as executive-and the state of Vermont .:..,.. .
shrlnfi 1 'loi pTral1we"1tllOwotthe
teal but spiritual. activities.So . : in ridiculous destined (olive,:at Ieat;* long aT .. (..:.. '-
-weakness of human love to. the a position.
then, fatherhood Involve a rels- this country lives, they lived within .. .
divine. Yet It was through a man the Mrs. Rogers cunningly planned the _
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Involvessomething during
tlonihlp and that relationship sound of each other' voice
Father made His love plain to us.. Heen death of her husband aid tcr1rtrltrr-owndfl
owed on both sides. It as- the Christ to Ills own and they fiendishly their lives and their bones are resting ; ..JJ.dt e1I.! .
me, .
ames' likeness in taste and dls. received Him not. lie loved His own,' and treacherously executed It. She almost aide by .Ide.-Now Orleans _...*v riN. _0' _O&.u.IV'eTa A
position! : It claims reciprocity In character I sent for'him to come to see her. They
relationship! with God loved them to the end and yet at the Times-Democrat. 4 aT. LOUI. U. .a.ILLUSTRATJOD .
Can tbe of end they deserted Him\ betrayed Him, had been separated. She promised to II ...
expert less You see the Idea -,- --" -- - .
fatherhood fs like the rule about the bung Him on a cross.You ,remain with him and while she Idsae ., _
remember the Tuesday' before she tied his hands chloroformed I DIMENSIONS. "Tbat barber tells too storiesto MALSBY & Co.
square of the hypotueneuse' of a right between the FVldav when they nailed Him -My goodness -"--
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angled: triangle: Whether It be a right him and rolled his body Into be popular
two thieves. He was standing eat awful lot for such s, little ''
angled triangle drawn on a child'sblackboard In the temple at Jerusalem. Did He tho river, forging his name to a note you follow.' an "And forthermore, 'he embellishes'hem '41$ South Forsyth St., Atlanta Ga'
or a rlght-angleA:; triangle with altogether too cut! *. .
formed by three star "in theMilky love that fair rebellious' city? You In which it was stated that he had Tommy-I "'spect I aren't so llttl many
never know how ,great \,'ns tbat killed himself. It handwriting _' ,
may wo the
Way, be rule work*-the square on as I look from .tbe outsh4e.Woman's'Home
the bypotbenetlso of a rlglit-augled trl- In,.. Could lIe save that Imperilled that led to the wife' arrest and Companion. BOX OF WAFERS FREE-NO DRUGS
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angle- equal to tlirjnim'of theiuare with indifference so that Ii..,. :conUotlou( :: -:- I ---- -- : -., i.-: ": "

un the other two mathematics This father could not reach-out to rescue ber; she A BRAIN .WORKER Cams ol.Oa8att Braalta sad. :

and son relationship, In the had tethered' His feet with hate so thatif VETERANS, THANK ROOSEVELT..J Knit Hay. tb. Kind of Feed That Hj' ... 8.d ,atowtaeh-Chort a..e_ I
works everywhere, on tbe earth. fttil .nnrt1.. Wfitch_ her ... -
.l1...' tfinlv. stand __ Krnci tloBIf '
nv con n - <"-n ---- -- lanes Urmia. ISI..a"0.-5. > *-> !Y,
heavens.I cannot. "Father" until 1 have I Inking Into the gulf that Titus Paragraph In His Manage Touch r.aal**H..rl.Sit. .
say Stand close tb the Christ as He "I am a literary man whose nervous Portable' f
I dig. : a'Idull's Wafer tim of the dav ana stttuJoiuuryEngines
"son His Take
begun to answer III< call ; Heart of Old Warrior. any '
Fatherhood docs not exist for me until speaks-you see lie is draining love-: commander energy' 1 18 a great part of my stork In -or night; sad not/the immediate good effect
I have for Him, I bitterest cup: He Is realizing; love's General Stephen D. Lee, trade, and ordinarily'I have little patience on your stomach. It afciorb the f u, Boilers-,
'made my: sonsblp exist I helplessness, "It Is the wall o. a heart of United Confederate Veteran, on with breakfast foods and the dmiofecti the .atomach,. kills ''tha poiaon ."
until J' have shared in His character. bal been and the di_. Catarrh Clf
because its cure. Saw Mills
wounded behalf of himself and that organization serm. .

He I* spirit and I must bn spirit, too; cannot avert the doom extravagant claim. made.of them, But the bead and throat uiurholeaome! food ,
something more tban a body to b" despised wblcb"' Impends and it over thoae it loves. ,, bas written a* follows to President I cannot withhold my acknowledgmentof and overeating bad stomacbs. AND'ALL KINDS :OF MACHIRERYC."If"

warmed, clptbed and fed: something Jerusalem I how-often Roosevelt: r the debt that I owe to Grape-Kutl Scarcely any .tomach U entirely tree from
more than a n animal to fight like; a "Ob Jerusalem, thy childrenas "Thoodor Roosevelt, President of food. taint of some kind. Mull' Aatl-Belrh KIM Carrie m .toek./or

dog, root like a pig sing like a bird \or would" a ben I have gathered gathered her chickens, and the United State*-My Dear Sir: An ''"I discovered long ago that,the very Wafer. absorbing will mal four: 1'1which your atonicb triM healthyby ..from :IXYZDI4TSDZLILL&y. ,0
hive I must be tb* child vf Best ..&ObI.* .TMt snow..! Ksst Tens ,
like a bee. ye would not. Behold your house Is the general commander of the United bulkiness of the ordinary diet was not I tM undigested food ,and by ._ nforang < *
tbe Eternal Spirit, the son of Infinite left unto you desolate.. .calculated. sITe one a clear bead, the lining of the stomach enabling it to 4- 'Writ" us for catalogue, price. ., .e
Faith. Infinite Hope, Infinite Love. to Confederate Veteran organizations, thoroughly' mix the food frith the gastrie
serious thing etc. before A
To sum up, it is a the power of sustained accurate thinkIng. buying
A Father's rights :are unquestioned, the Fatherhood of God, be- and for them< : I am sending you my juices. This cur. stomach trouble, pro
In I and .
has the right to believe Always felt heavy .IUlfltl.b.In'mh.d mote digestion, sweetens the breath, stops '
absolute He
unglven. iq
sonsblp, and I thanks for tbe paragraph | your noessage" -
to be reciprocated cause this bellet-lhvolves a* well a* body: after eating belching aDd fermentation. Heart _diD"beeomll. One..Dollar
expect everything -
sonshlp Involvelbrotbarhood., and i recommending that the general sad this -
The old the Ordinary meal, which divertedtlie strong regular ?
thaj to ui.
He has
given I
struggle!, brotherhood Involves living/: ,for tbespirit government .care,for the grave of the blood from tbe brain to tbe digestive' process.. ( fora
fundamental need personal; Postal'CardhU
behind things, for' the higher Discard drug, as you know from experience .
persons consecration, personal holinessIs Confederate dead and especially those apparatus ,
life, the eternal kind on which death theyr+Jo not \cure stomach trouble.
doubled. Life Is more critical than hand, on which the grove has who.died la northern prisons during "I tried foods digestion but Try a common-sena (Nature's) method company will give-one dollar forth .. .
ever. I Lave no loophole to crawl out 'bO lays ', 'the war. I de.lre. to say that this : .found them usually deficient In nutri that doe cure. A soothing, healing.sensation first reliable Information of an
et; the lines are tightly drawn I must F tber'* exceedingly ment I Viperlniected remit instantly. - M Mil s steam engine or
Ills! IIDI- For this higher life, in the {jaragraphIn your message 1* vltli .Tinny. U* know )IoU'. Anti-Belch Wafers Trill boot
Jle Is
in my word what : You have a perfect j breakfast food and they, too, proved our standardtypea within
the name I claim you gratifying to Vne pe(eonally. do this and -We want you to know. it. r'
verse. From Sinai, .it is said our : of htes. This l does
pattern of-It In Jesus; you have a per- unsatisfactory ttlf "rr. ebed Grape SPECIAL OBTKR-Tn* regular price ol pot
smoke ascended as from a furnace and feet helper In God's Spirit which Is "With _klndeat regard for yourself Nut And then the problem was )&,,11'. Anti-Belch Wafers is 80c.Vboi, but Include' vertical, traction or gas ealine.
the mountain quakes greatly when out for the asking. You begin to personally, and for the welfare of to introduce) it to thousands of sufferers .. If von new of anybody Intending
of a thick cloud with thundering and yours doing something for the family I am yours truly: solved. we will send two (2). boxes upon receiptof to engine or boiler 3
llRhtalngs the King gaTe His commandto live the life by God Is III.F8tber' your '* "Orape-Nnl. agreed with me perfect 76cu and this sdvertoawment, or w because
next just STEPHEN D; ICE .
Israel. On a blllelde sweet with the man :rOB ly from the beginning, atlfylag, my' send you a free sample for this eoupon. .
Peaceful odors of plowed field, quiet ; and, yours, banger and applying tbe nutriment j \ '.". l
save for tb pipings the birds, under -- r SARAH BERNHA.RDT '"EOOED." that so ,other food rFREE wr; ''lJ n 1
Its p.*.* .,she Hmt. : many prepared. '. 1319$ COUPON1>> IM f .1//
a blue which mirrored
Syrian sky lack.;
could only| "* :
fair ran in Galilee's lake, the Father If withdrawing quiet and peace trout tbe. duties and Enraged Canadians'Throw Stale .Hen "I'bad not been using, it'...ei-j'onar! Scad this coupon ''with 'yoor '.... J ;EIIGINBSAND'BOlLEBS4enoIkv ', -. '
Poke through HI great Bon HI* will by and,sddreas ''*>nd MUM of a druggist .
for the' family.;. Tet I' t.lnk".lJlnal'a occupations.of,, active life;. then,Quiet Fruit at Oed Aetna. *> before I fonnd that I waa 'tur'ainpout. who doe bat sell it for a free esmple r .,.( .... '.:..... ..... .. ,y,
foj'.tnostof n* could never an unusual 'quantity:?;*od quality of ..... l.a .. n..rri sd ast..s 1'-'.
beIi.of to
step to. than Jesus "blessed were easier' are the be. pate. not In our power to fly to Botten. :,eggs'were 'throwlI'at' Madame -, work. Continued aM baa demonstrated. Mull'aAati-B.kb W.erf 1 0-.....=....... "
AMve Mu M.M ewW.w
nMreUaL. ? ". The, KIn" ,words, -then.falt some tar and still -ntreat.In' whose Sarah Bet'DJWdt after,, the per 'to mt,entlreuU.t.ctlon' that. Grp Muu.'s' Gsarn'Torem. Co.. 828"Third eka*...srtiar Ms*. "" ,E"
-A Rock
not commit adultery," less tban I t qUIet:w. 'mal,-HCape the tbe'corner evils' will and ?formance' at( the' auditorium ,.la:"Que'lre >stsfood contain,'all the, elements 0J..full e..ddr.egad (.",. BTrsW Ms* tae w *.,. itfw.J ail :

y .the,Jra tIIer'l.rtia-puraujnieart.....fallsae a.troubJelMe.... _And "bencar..nd..TU --'-' = needed,bylheJhlnabd.aervoul-eys- ATtXS ENCINE'WORKS'rrHE'
God." ,The: Sovereign's words.I IJtboa never be, found In tWI'"worid diy'nfgh ecxuaeahe ctI' tern of the .hardworking public writ Bold by all_ draggles.' 1QIi._" per- _bas'or"1 a+ Itarrarb.r. '
unknown by .. :. .1NDi111tA Qla
before shall be, a number of people of the city b7 '**". -. -kJt ._ ..
sbalt nave no,other gods ,the which pleased er" given. by i'ostum'o.y: Battle bent '. > ,' I1
7 Ma" a. an ant-bill to the snow-capped' bumaa beings. But HI.' own peace I" peace t on'account ,of an'Interview she gave Creek. Jllcfi.: -, : taken more courage to conieas) yon'' = "SE

a -Alpine.ummltwYe.Iona) Heavenly shall be perfect as' heart and mind amid.d(nT dutJea. It tore number of newspaper/' / Thl There's a reason. Read the little, book haven't. any than to brae, declares- tae [ !' ...-;:;..-..........:?,

5ecJia-lt la *Father serious' I la perfect.thin to be- I. that "eentral peace," Which may rustt } -:,. Interview was unoonipUmentary! ,to Ca. "The fond to WelJY1J/ ." la pkgs.; ,New Tflrt, Press.** : nrV f,... ,.;. .,; ', ..+relsy.t- ..a ?

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; 4 of a Trip to the Mediteraneai( Cq : . .
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+ BY EDWIN .. BENDER.. : : . ,
y A. this !I. to be our' last day in writing about this ancient clty\ many "
Joupa. are up'brightand/ early in wonderful things have been! found here ,
.,order' be able to see ''everything of and preserved, among which Is a , : : '
Dole... After a very fair' btaakfttsC:at bronze signet ring bearing an early :
J + Hotel Jerusalem 'we' start on a lour portrait, of':Christ, We move alontt : : '
through the.bazaars. We, flrf-t visit .lowly, winding snake!lite around the .),\" -- .
the Arabian bazaar which p"'fntl'a' mountains (it Judea; here and .there .. : : :iii: : .. ,
mo1'ly and curious throng 0f purchasers along the highway are keen longHtttlklng ,
among which th )' opportunity of bservlag the pure single tile) the bead of t.hl'I't'ar )": "" ," '. .
Semitic type of, the natives of this one tlfd to the bit ot the one ,la>me t d Istrlctt, in front and soon U the. end of : ''t' . .
Yl S. The 'new quarters of ..Joppa are .he' line and they ate either led or
South t the old and ridden Bedouins and '
\> town Impress picturesque '
one much more favorably, ,We pro-. I their blue draped" women,whose faces .
oeed along un(ll we come to, the Jtru: 'ure partially covered with black veils 'a SANTA GLAUS
'p ... salem gets (now deuiolUhed ) the own 'and as a. usual thing all of their ,

.pace outside the gale 'prenpnf.8( a wealth is/dlaijlated/ 1 ) Ip lilt vt'rornllmt"1YtII . :- '
rather animated scene, Uere are the of every description on their bends : '", *. ? _
stables ,the raiiletteers, horses are and arms, and I think that anonewho : .
tried here, caravans arrive! and tie- has visited this county will airteewith Has arrived at Stanford's Store, bringing Christmas .1:
k part, and numerous Arabian cafes me that the young women hale ,
n have consequently been elltalJlIHhf'ldbere' beautiful faces'and by the,, application)
; This spot Is the starting{ point of a little water ( which by the way is Presents for all, the rich, the pooiythg old and the 'young

of three great road, one' to Jel'lual(>IO'I a fearfully scarce article) their faces t .
one to laze and one to Nnbulu8, Onrthe would lie made much more ItVe --- ,
Jerusalem rnad we attain come to travel along and finally-Teach. Itlltlr. .
the house'of Tabitha, 'and a little This is said to be the llelbar of the .
further' op; the r lOt where tradition lilble."her... lhe nuudjew. Uar'Kochba SEE OUR STOCK OF '1- T -
v places her tomb. {It U very true that made his last standiagalnsl the. Ko-. .
v many of the things Ito Palestine are mans in the year l.X! A. U. _
merely traditional for instance take We pass a number of large villagesat
fv the Hoy\ e of Simon the.Taonc.-, while which we i/oOP| a few ninuIIand '
the house' itself is a comparatively af each of which' we get out in order , ; DOLLS AND TOYSWe '
I modern' house, but what is Interesting tu get a liltle Iresh air which seeing ,
and.Important is that tills house!f lands to be as scarce If.Dot more so than
la. the midst of a quarter ofJoppa- wafer We now reach a place called "
which is still devoted to the same Sufafa (never mind pronouncing It) , Have all kinds at all prices. We also ha."e'*
industry of tanning as iu Bt Peters bnd just beyond we emerge upon the a large
days, so that If'the modern; house does 'lain-of Kepliaim where the I'hllestlnes .. ..
II not stand actually upon the site-of were* defeated by David on many stock ofDressing '
Simon the Tanner's oiltlual abode occasions (2 Sam V 18-25)). Shortly ,
', (and there is no reason to relieve It 'after this the train comes tat a stand -, .
'tiers not. ) It is situated In all probability still at. the tailwav ter.i iciua In the '
I ." In the liimi<\diat vicinity German colony and about one mile Cases Sets China
# and when one mounts the flat lopped from the city o( Jerusalem. Shaving Novelties :
roof and looks out upon the meaner- We ahg ht/frum the train amidst the ,

anean and toward the ruins of greatest< sceewhlnjjr'aTid howling I . .
Caenarea and the outlines of Mt have heard since leaving Naples we -- .
;b Carmel one feels at any rate that theN are Jiteraly jerked Into carriage, In fact a complete line of up-to-date
sea, mountains, sky and plain have that Is very antique, certainly U. C.
Dot altered much since St.: Peters time, and In a few minutes only we enter the

s 'Si; ,. and that you .ure, gazing. upon_ the_ Joppa or Jalfa_ gate and we are In -. "_: _'HOLI'DA '
s\ tame scene as toe apostle Himself aid Jerusalem, tired, nt'ugry, dusty and : Y GOODS.
upon the memorable day when he saw cross we are taken to the New Grand ,
the miraculous vision which led lo Hotel, just Inside the gale (quite new', .
the first preaching of the Gospel to not So grand) we are shown !to; our '. -
: the gentiles in the person of Cornelius loom. 1 suid, to the proprietor Mr .
i the 1 loin an centurion (Acts. 10th lit- Morcos Is' this; a cool and quiet room, We have received :
48)) and mauy of the wonderful things he assured/ me it. was, and we acc"'Il.ed| i l just a large stock of .
to be seen In Palestine\ .must be taken the room at the price he gave It was -
the same way while many more'are now dourly dinner time ( Pinner. always ", .
); quite authentic. at night In Eastern"' & European NEW CLOTHING :
;There/ U a very Interesting. school countries ) II prooved to beer\' "
,. ""'" for native girls Joppa.. wblcij should satisfactory. The headwaiter a Turkwho ; : '
be visited, it U personally co.ndineted spoke English well could npt do Made in the latest style 'and finish.
Miss Walker Arnott of ,
by Edinburgh enouglr for UJ!. and xe found him
Scotland,an Eugli .bUospltalls inaln! exceedingly obliging aid attentive, .
t .,, tamed here as a lasting monument to and Piooved to be a great UIII .
Miss Mangan an UnglUh lady, whose during our stay In JE'r'lllalE'IO. After s
..' devotion to missionary work forms dinner 'we were with
most pathetic chapter in the annals of the U. S. Consul ands estimable C. .STANFORD '
missionary heroism. wife Mr. and Mrs. Selah Merrill of
After visiting such Institutions Andover an''Sll ,
as fdasa., It Is ueHces-' -
these most of the'day-we get pretty sari to have considerable help from THE ORIGINATOR OF LOW PRICES .IN, KISSIMMEE. >- '

1 .. .,..., well) fatigued' by nightmd retire early: ones coD.ul.ln this country I ihonghtIt ,
....., The' next morning( 'We? wrtipettr4y 1 : -" bta frw-eu,'tvateltJm--I..felt JuuUf f t ....:
,..gain and find U a beautifully bright/ could not retire without going out .
morning, but hot, and as we proceed into the city if only for 10 minutes, so . --- .. -- - - "
on our journey from here on I am I engaged through the proprietor a _
fearful,that we are go Ing to be terribly ; Dregomanwhodidnot. speak a woid Q l 4C r i r r l/yo . r 'Um:.. t t t ::]
handicapped by the heat We find of English\ ,( unfortunately) hue. Mr. W .Be MAKINSON COMPANY
{ there is not a train to Jerusalem before Ilorcos told him to take us (my wife -
t 2 p. m. 10 we are'obliged to.,remain and elf) outside the Jaffa gale and '
in our room where it is comfortably around and into the city through the r _MA.YNA"RD. LUMBER Co. l'
cool untlj.train "'me. o'clock Damascus'gate. It Is safe to say that -- AGENTS FOR 1
:y arrives, and we are sitting in a compartment after we had entered the' last named
of one of the dirtiest railway I gate: and began to pick
,:carriages-1 bave ever seen. Of course through the narrow allies, not ffar a lightor way I'd.. Planing; 'Mills |. :,Florida .Fertilizer Manufacturing Company
there are other ways,, perhaps more person to be seen (8.30 in the eve. :
comfortable to reach Jerusalem; It la ning ) Our Dragoman had not opened j
r only a few. years ibattoe.. railway has his mouth, pee with several hundred .. Now In operation. Complete House Hills Furnished .. 01* GAINKSVILLB., ALA *, .
been in operation, and previous to Turkish pounds in my pocket It is Yellow'and Pitch Pine, Timber and Lumber:.ot'jA\! .Kinds. ..
1' that, time; one was obliged to either safe that r Makers
to Little of
say began o get a High Grade .
1. .ravel..u-poo horseback or by camel cold around the feet aud )longed to get ORDERS PZLLEJ:) PROMPTLY.MAYNARD :: : : Fertilizers

and It was poS safe either way* and I out into the wide streets which we
understand one takes a great risk in never did as there are .absolutely I LUMBER Co: of All Kinds.
going'otherwise than by train even none We twisted and turned every .
npw.;, It Is-04 wiles u> Jerusalem fromJopya moment my wife would pinch my arm 3 t ] .
Lfr by rail, but as the crow flies ft1t and shake her head as much as to WaiJ.lGtiW P1.Y+JAV.1f/ e'OWWI Orange Tree; Fertilizers a Specialty.
I.- 4inlv 32.- tnit. WA. could- twit talna IIBY **f'TIIAna" ltK>all ."....r"' **ha Iran. i
the Crow ilniwere; obliged tosuffer telling: me -she" did' -not ,think-he- was j ., . .'
- Plain *S+ bouraTh-road taking: us-to theHotelr that we **_*********** ***, - - -- I
crosses the of_Sharon: we pass were foolish to_ ever venture out,at *** ***+asiefe'ati' _
In sight of Aklr the ancient village at night., and while I agreed with her we Always Remember the Full Name Titii
Kkron whither the Ark of God Was bad to take chances. We -finally 1 SUNNY STABLE l
sent from Anbdod (1 Sam V-10) It is reached' the Hotel and I want to say
4 a flourishing Jewish. colony-. here that all the time 1 remained InJerusalem
a To the left of the railway Is a I never ventured outside Laxa.iv Bromo Quinine I' !' --J.- --- "' e
; mound which marks the site of the the Hotel floor after dark but once "
y" ancient royal Caoaanite city qf Gazer,, more and that was for some; smokftig | Livery i 'y Sale i.II i.
which.was a plaj, of remote antiquity, tobacco. and I gave the mao a quarter Jt I
Cures in
: Cold in One Two.
,It was first occupied by a cave mejedl I in silver and.,he loaded me up I a Day, Grip .
i ;dwelling race, whose dale is aoproxl\- with copper coins, as large as a small i <_... ," i
mately put at. 3000 13. U. It after butter plate and on my return to the II I Feed g I I StableJrWr
ward passed Into the hands of the Hotel 'I hunted up Mr. Merrill the t8. Box. 25c." ; i
k Canaanlles, who held It. unlit the time consul; and he In an expert on coins on .:
,Solomon.. The. city, was dually. I-sakedhitu.haadlingd him.the handful -'. ..
burnt and the Canaan Inhabitants of coins 1 had fo6cel ved' In change and --- MILLER-PROPRIETOR' - J
were slain by the king of Egypt, Solo.. after a 'very cursory glance said, "You T
none -lwlaw ,((1 Kings IX-16. ') I have been done" they are only good E flGENTS STflNDflRD OIL COMPflN/\
The location ot this city wits In doubt. for sinkers if you are going fishing I irI
1 until 1811 when all\ doubt waa dl.p..lled will see him Ig the morning. 1 protested I Broadway Opposite
by the discovery of a .series of in- for two reasons, the first one I Postoffice.J
scrtplloos) In Hebrew cut on the rocks I wanted them
was as souvenirs and aCisf3immeo. '
surrounding the sltffwhlcb when translated I was so ''.leased' i to have been' so Blind Headache I : ::E'J.or1.da... "
.' read.."The boundary of Gezer." cordlalh treated on my first purchase : .
\ Excavations have been going on for In the Holy City. After
several.years, .and has yielded a pleasanttalk :Phone 1 02.: All : :: .: :
a and smoke (the smoke with .
\.1) self alone my "About a yeaiago, writes Mrs.,Mattie Allen of i. "J r
and ,
roepectin thrown considerable. ,plans for the next having day which laid oat I anticipated my- 1123 Broadway, Augusta, Ga., "I I suffered with .........I'....................... J

light upon the very much returned to our blind sick IV"""
c. history Palestine.' cool, quite room in the New Grand headaches and backaches, and, could get --- -- - see -- --.-.-------- I
The remains of seven cities each Hotel i no relief: until. I tried .ATL.ANTIC "
t4 built over the ruins, of Its 'predecessor -. __ -_ I COAST LINE

w 'bave'alre8d1 all are the cave'been.:dwellings found\ of and the primi under, Notice of Annual, Meeting.Nottae . WINE THE THROUGH "CAR LINE FROM.FLORJDA.!'

five inhabitants In which. vast quantities ,
U hereby IIlv'D'ba'| the .
annual mMtofth
of their pottery and flint. Inipll-' loa ...MooklMildarof. 'be ...-. "....,v.- CARDUIWoman's .
y menu .have been discovered The Ckttl. Company: will >. held at the onto of ----
I burial place'of this ancient race has pompany In Kl lmme. City,Florid, on1ans.rV OF OONNBOTIOISi,
!> Mb Itxrt..,, the .:...
,' also been discovered same being Ih.aecond i"
and from ... ,
1'1 It. TunxUy la I month at the hour of 10 a.m. To
'much bas been .learned as to their STANLEY U. BUL1.0CK. Over its own Rails to Savannah Charleston/)
physical characters, their burial 8wlreurTNOTICE. I the Eastl Richmond
customs KlMlmmes., F1a. b w. pith 1006. j Relief Washington thence Via Penn-j
and beliefs, --- I ;._8yjyania! Railway. 11
the .. ____ :
To 'debris of theCanaanlU period To'

'many' Interesting things ". were dIaI j I Immediately commenced' to Improye, and the .West/ (Montgomery) and Louisville &; Nashvillaland ,!'1,
covered.cblef. them U the Notice Is hereby given to all Contractors '
great -: I "Dixie J'
now l like Flyer Rpute" Via ?
feel a new and Atlanta.
woman wish
blgnplaca an open .space with 8 rude and Builders, that on apd to
pillar stones, 11"0$0.15 to 11 feet blgh after January the lat, 1006 that !9. recommend :it to all sick women, for I, To East New Via Savannah & Ooeaq !Steamship Company ty
running down the middle. All around hour will constitute a days work. I the York Philadelphia} and Boston via Nortol ,
y. he.. pillar'stones-t'were'\ found large Also'on and after date above mentioned WRITE know It will cure them, as it did me. Steamer New York Washington and Baltimore' )!

.I1- Ian, buried la the earth each containing the.Initiation. fee will be $10.00.: US Cardul is pure medicinal extract of Via Steamship. via Savannah and Merchans and Miners Tr nporJ:"
t tbskeleton an infsat, that had H. tatlpq Co., for Balllmors Philadelphia.\ -
A. MATSEWS herbs
FREELY vegetable which
beenucrsfleed la the-"o..hlp of the Key West

., 11.,. tempi!.""In another part of the mound Z MORGAN* W.,BASS BROWN, , D4 franidy, 'desofMn . .female pains .regulates*female [ und1 Via Peninsular: & Occidental.SteamLihIpl
another discovery made
l' .ws a: .suggest functrons.tonesuptheorgansyou Company..
Y : =rlder'7mPtoma. wandwIi1
I. i, \ ...M log human,'&OI'1 oe.* ;:y & your a.e ; .-Ro.te n'h. -
This1' was "''sicistern' at the,mouth of Carpenters Union No. 1359. free advice (in pen sled, .. tO a proper State Of health. lJmt.d. .Chicago Florlda.Limlwd trains:,Ney.o'k aDd Iltl. FI 6,.FI&rtda,. Illpeote1.. Flortda and wNt InQuickestSchedules >f
s41 wblcn were'Ibe'decapitated beads of envelope). Don't ei
neslUU. a'twdta
'j.,: '. t two yousg..aiirL.. aDd.Jnelde,were the To,Cure .Cold fu One Day, ay*r Addlesst Udlef A
,. C v...ske1 r.ou, ,ALfourteen-pereoca one of 'Tsk' Laxative: Brol lQ1a .--Tablets '-YIIory f !which \>t glrl'y.boat'"'U"eal'rPt"a gw o. Chshsnoog*,T....- T" torlatormatfaeutor.teifuneioreeetc. '
t ; ; : ; tAll druggists refund the money InJl.0060tt1eL: ; ;;, ; iit.PoroT.Folderor: commnnfctt*II
1 i. ;bad lteem'aswq"e.under. I might go ;If.U fail to curet E. W. Grove'spig.Datup ,ij' -:1.. : G. JJ+KLAND.Division. Fu.easer A..a&, TalDpa. Fla.. :J.Io
,."w.t ;'" Ota.-i 4 pccup> All..of, ibis .weeks apscd I "U on.jeach box. 25c. U,: R. EYaaeots.Tralllo' ...."..... W" .t_ CA20. U..raJ FauaaprAFL_.'
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