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 29, 1905
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID00209
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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[Florida) Oranges. F. & A. M. Oyster Supper. ,Drunken Negro ( (! ( ( l\lIlllllIlllilltlliriiiiilllllll'i111111111111111ltl\ ( (} ; '
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M. held a specialmcommunicaiionl last> .....Kills Policeman.


Best Holiday! Market, fort a Long' of Wednesday installing. evening the newly for elected the offlcUls purpose, InfuriatedMob WreIfa',. Ve ''

TIM. .'. Mr. ':'1. Katz the outgoing master, .ace' on Slayer.St. '
' conducted tjie installation [ & COMPANY
ceremonies, iiiE
jKANNR I ,
assisted by deputy grandMaster T. .. PetersburgDec.., 26.-CbrUtmas
I Haa Excellent Weather, Heavy
Fruit i\ W..rlowf Orlando who acted... here, far from being the sweet: joyful
MsIes Will Affect i-uture. Snip marshal. day it should have been, -w a* one ol

After the Installation of the regular dreadful tragedy t '
tncuta Urnpofrult Scare I ly The fiendish deed of drunken .
ejected.officers,'H. N: Bratton, the negro '.
'.n4 HIgh:-Oood''Ohch- newly| installed. w. M., made the who without provocation: plunged :::: .
following 'appointment for knife 4nto the heart of .pt..1. J. --
the .'n- ,
aria! Lct.New mng year Mitchell, aroused the indignation ol == . ;.,

-..' Senior Deaoonr-Horaa as.- ,the whole populace. ", The besttime, ,to buy your Fall Clothing la now, while thojfabric .ii, I '
York, Deo.22.-The Florida oranire : Junior Deacon-C..8. Acre, Tbe crime was committed 10''the "

\,; .,ud. rburaiiay 0.000 boxes Junior ateward: _O. H. he tain Mitchell who Is adeputy Sherrlff, '
u ::: from the hands of the
makers. Hero clfashions'
; were sold 'lthjllr.III"E'r\oIItl' \i affecting 1 Cb.pl.ID-Hey. 3, H.', Guy. .. in 'arresting a -begro, for disorderly, you can see all the), coil : 3

f the priro. Many d..1t lr .say that the' Tyler-r'red Mclntoth.:' conduct. c In Men's Autum Suits And .Overcoats made of tlioScst; '

.' market, could have stood much heavier Tbe Lodge then closed and the mem The negro was walking.,quletly along ..3I
hers with the officer, when another one, a E fabrics and tailored in-the highest class manner '
receipt without Injuring the ,price. adjourned to Hotel Klsslinmee{ ::I
( Unusually heavy rain.this week In where they had been preceded by the cowardly brute drew a knife and ap- I I ...
roaching from ::::
thecaptain
behind
f; Florida prevented picking: and packIn ladle, and after about an hour's -
plunged U into his back.'The .
, while a lack of cars cut down receipt social intercourse, all repaired to the -- .

*. There U much complaint.about to ppaclou dining room and sal down.. Captain blow, T81e pierced lllolC' his the heart hold and on' his the :r::: .,.. ::::::II ..
a .
f transportation. sumptuous banquet.'Oysters .. '
pour turned. .
defend =
prisoner, to himself and = : .
The rains did not affect\ the fruit on in all styles, formed the '3
dead
then the '
fell)
, the market; this week 'a. It wa all principal part of the menu and were upon, ground.Immediately ,

shipped IK::fore the rains. Next week'I :''tempt.prepared, the: and served in a manner to .uproar". and-both. everything negroes attempted was in an to g; If ybu'want: particularly smart and stylish garments, moderate Int'pace : , ,
' this wilt' be apparent and a'break In most fastidious; appetite.Several -
'I price Is expected before the 'end of of the brethren volunteeredtheir esoapp Officer In Murphy the confusion., however: 'who. witnessed gr yet costly in appearance'come: .nd sea our large and handsome collection of the. '

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week. sizes of sound services as waiterand 'acted .
next Large \ oranges attack -
sold ait high as $4 a box and' anything theirparts like veteran'at she buslnes < the cowardly-thecowardly assailant with, a stopped plato f E.. u" ?, FAMOUS HIQH. : t1 3 ,
-
sound brought t2.73@3. The *. Among these we think 'Mar.balWilliam. snob and placed him In jaiK ::::s
New year's trade next. week may bold and Mr.'J. M, Wlllsoa Jr. The news of the affair traveled like Standard! Guaranteed Tailor Made CJothing _
I i
jtrkvi steady It .la seldom Florida deserve special" mention, 'and shoulj wildfire and soon there ''''was a. great i ; ,
liait good a season before .the holidays either of them ever 'desire a recommendation -
so
crowd of citizens around the jail armed :: :These garments will fit as correctly 'suit made to f.
IU this year. in thU line, we are sure with various ,, some with ; you as any! measure, ;

The weather has beet unusually any of. tbel. ladle present will gladly axes. weapons- E: and we know ''from ..,., the, experience. of 'hundreds of pleased _

favorable. Tbe pleasant warm days give it.After J That they meant to lynch the brute ::: .customers, that YQu'W.m. always them after r '
created: a demand und at thesame all had freely partaken of the was beyond-a doubt,'so the officers; ? wear once" .trying a STANDARD : l

ttrao allowed vender to gel In their delicious bivalves. sandwitches, tea wbo .were' clearly outnumbered," -attempted .. g. O.UARANTEED TAILOR MADE SUIT or Overcoat., Sack Suits for Fall;cut 'z
The fruit market. In New and coffee, Mr. IL.-N. Drattoo who
work. they to reason, with tbe Infuriatedmob. == 1n'the Smartest Single! and Double reasi.d' :::I
Styles finished
attentlon
York form bo : small part of the acted .. toastmaster called,. upon ; . ,with care(and .

arrlrals. Urlght' sunny ,days: also 'deputy Grand Master Warlow/ who But anger had deprived\ them of reason :="' to every.detail of fashion; The fabrics are' the' new Worsteads, Cheviots' ,3
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tended. to move the" fruit. -Shipping spoke to the toast "Maionrv,1 and and the more the officers attempted : and Ca.slmre-! handsome 'Something '
: : and
patterns coloring.: to suit taste.
:
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van not Interfered with this season by satisfied the longing curiosity. of the to talk, the mure loudly they called ,. every
cold weather; The dealers never found ladles present by telling them all for their victim. =:' 4-r

U nwPuHtt'ry to-paper the crates. aboutmasonry, without. enjoiningany Meantime the cowardly murdererwas -- a
Florida-oranges' have shown up remarkably secrecy whatever.Several trembling in his cell vainly/en \
well. They cut. nice and of thelocal brethren were treating for mercy. e, ., ;:;
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sweet, und have required flavor. Many called on for toasts, and bappll.v/ . Be called loudly upon' God to witness ,1-
contradictory; estimates are given a. sponded. Altogether it. waa one' of he( bis innocence and protested that : ::: \, ,

'to the amount of fruit still In tbelate. sleatantest social functionsthat ha be had not intended to do the deed. '
The majority of opinion seem I taken.. place Jo. .Klaslmmee fur sometime 'In a sho.rt time the throng, growing E SHOES !. 'SHOES!! Hats 'and Haberdashery. : : 'I'
about remains as well a* one that wllliitiiutilat '
to lx that one quarter "Llred I of'ariruing with theoHlcera, Procured -. ,
.Others 'wtoutly maintain that the orange interest and zealIn the cause of ma* Udders and scaled .the 1117.1 ..of -" '
crop Is much larger than was previo'u-j sour, by the members of,Orangel3lo. "* the jail to the high wlq' ow.. : 5 t. -When it comes'to the Shoe question? 'SttsOIn Black and'Brow'n} and the -=

ly announced to forward.so that there wlJl be ,..et.mu'h som Lodge. Once there, the, thick iron bars were : :::: we have nothing to say,,'aa our customers Nol br
Thosereceiver came who bay 'chan..ed The Okeecbobee Fish and, Fur-Co.; soon who-could wrenched-get the away"muzzle"and every bis man gun E- .... know.that. we'carry-thefinest, : 'kind for the\ play in.great-variety; AUo a fine '.\1"'ie of -

.satlatled.1'hey auction' booms claim say since they tbe are chance well For the past several'week* Capt..T, through shooting the' narrow at. r the opening fiend'who began -::::. lowest' price; We positively'guarantee.our the)Kanner: .Comp.,, Hats;-,lest,, expense i: '
wa
they have been able to ship the fruit A, Bass Jr., has bad a force of shipbuilders soon literally away filled( with bullets. s $ .50"Patent Leather. not to, break orE :'hav"e: our: usual.attractive lin. of novelties; :'

t.be. same day It is sold, which war and laborer at work on the The officers saw that resistance was etc. Neckwear. Shirt ''-and Underwear '
Impossible before.. This 1 I. a great lakenbore near puckelsU: Mill, building now useless; and soon the 'Jail door -:::: crack pr we will, with"pleasure. return, your I in Hosiery,, "*-: ;I '

help. a, large steamer; a barge end a were battered ,In- and the infuriated J 5' money.. ; Fall Patterns: unsurpassed.' :

Grapefruit U HIKbeThe large number rowboata.. -The.teat., crowd rushed the dead bud T .
.upon '; t
baa been Datned "Succe.. w
er and lal '
bulk of the grapefruitcrop in fitted',,,Ith lockers and cold.storaite' trampling it under foot, cutting it and ;

lorida Is now to the hand' of' buyers J I for carrying a large., quantity1 flab SO' disfiguring' it hat >what* wa. ,once 1 '"Wo'J also carry 'a 'complete line oLJDry. "Goods".. )rests Goods; Skirts,
is a' man now could hardly be -
market
and dealer. and th* vary reoognlr.ed. i
coldstorage
irong. The trade does pot seem-able,]I and 'the bin barge, which also will bas hold a large several ." I :=' Vests! : Jackets, Sweaters and Lnc k Novelties( such. as Fancy: JJol-.

to get enough to supply tbe demand. ,j I i thousand pound of fish besides H 'l'ben.'tt.elr.venll"e..oC8" satisfied, the 5. lars, Hand Bags, Ribbons! and ,Hluldk rchl flJ.* ti .
Brlithu are jell loir N@5 and a few go kitchen and crowd slowlymelted away, leaving E
higher. The Russets bring '13.00c/f) : living apartments for the! there upon "tbe bare floor of the cold : : '
: . lU1UJU1UU11UU1Ul1U1UUlU1U11U1U1UUl1UU11U1U1UlU1UU1/1UJlUUU( IHU ilUlltftll' iUll
crew i ? : '
when srood. 'hie 'crop .10 Florida 1. Tbe' boat.. are being built by"t'.e; dismal jail that awlul body a aacri .
Hoe for their but also ''
a '
there"very short will oe and an the Increase trade In expect price.that the Okeechobee.'. Fish Bass and It Fur Co., of warning to'' other vengeance cowardly brutes of '. ; , , ------- -, ---:--- ," .' .: ,.

which"Capt. managerand the fate thatVawaits them when they 9rCFA ,,'
balance of the season. Thebulidaytrade ; (. ;;
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} will be .used for fish hides I
has been extremely satisfactoryand battling. take the life of a good" citizen. '. .. .. .,
aDd fur from Lake Okeechobee to ,' . .
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in Florida' are < Captain Mitchell was a Georgian b'v \ ' ' I\t f' 1 ,

better grower mODe; than they dirt- "&getting J Fort take MyersTbe number company; proposes birth and had been for some time connected ,., L ', ARID WINITER. "GOODS' .: ...'
these to, a large of fishermen with the Atlantic. Coast Line. ' ::; L ) ,' ,; '. .
If the crop Were not abort to Lake Okeecbobee, and establish _. : :8,.
Of recent rear he had been retired .
would bring heavyshipments, ,
prices \
fish camp. around this large lake, and '
but the grapefruit Is cot .beore\. on account of 111 health and baa been -" -.
the boats will regular trips from
living quietly at St., Petersburg.He .
John V. Denton has recently re-
there to Myers
*
turned from a tour of the or.DIre.".- I5elde the ''steamer. "Sucoeiiyi'thecompany leave a widow and fourcbUdren. -
whose grief'' over his untimely end is Largest\5tqck; ::
Lions of Florida. Mr. Denton spent
; ,
hs purchased elk) fool sharpie . .
:
harrowing
most of hi. time ,in Orange .CountyrWhile which is now at Punta Oorda, and I Tbe''' funeral.! took place- from his .-t. ," , .
he-attended the state fair "
away and he that. : he never the naptfaa .launch "Four Hundred home this afternoon. : 'Latest .1')-' ..
at Tampa say which Is well known In thee waters, : StIesLowest .
Lr\\
saw such a fine display of citrus fruit t,having' been built about three years Lyceum tickets are good only for the y

from any state and all -Abe product ago by Capt Frank Tatman, aqd personto -whom ticket is Issue . .. : .
are such a* the state. should bis proud used since iu the fishing trade up and, and one member of bolder family or ,?> ,
-of them. Mr: Denton says' be: think down tbe river. -" If held by a young: "man;'It will admit ' -- s- PricesCONSISTENT"WITH' . ; '

the crop of orange and grapefruit The company will be ready.,for bue'lrie him and A lady friend. The indiscriminate -. : ,,L .
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.) '
ihU year will equal In quanlty that of now in a short time, and' their passing of 'outsiders onLyceum '
lam, and ejceeed it In quality. In!operations U be on the largest scale ticket will not be permitted in : '' FRESH'H'ONEST ,C GOODS -

Orange County there are many grovta.which In these waters. future.O.. H. MORRISON Mao. . .
ever attempted .... ,., .. .. J' ,: Y r __ .
have not been sold and lobe fruits The W. B. Makinson; Off., of this ? '

fine. There' U a great scarcity of place will handle the output, of the At Rest. .1.i _. '

labor have not in that county'abl., and the oar'shipper for the company and the fish will be shipped In' the bright morning/ of youth, .. --i: : -_ ... _... .. '_' _:_ = ' _.L.1- ._ at
beeo to get here from Fort Myers by. rail and re- beloved by relatives and friends alike, .
.
,
fruit picked. Labor'is more scarce packed before sending theafon theft and with an app r.otly unclouded , .
than cars, and it is a question of what journey to the Western markets, where Inviting' journey before him, there t.r..

will-"become of some of the. fruit. they will be sold.;'. passed from this life Frldar.Dec. 15tha ,

'Growers feel strong on price and want A large sum of money la being -ex fellow traveller, Frank George DaleMoweddownandsnatched4rom .

11.2.5' on the trees.but buyers are' not pended be--Cump&n7-1n-J.heir.. our : ""t : -='A .. Few Prices ..-' .-' +Uj-,:
Taking It ; that:.prlue.Mont:: of the Bass is IfrMa Pf' ; .
at preparations, and manager midst' by the ruthless Reaper, Death, --a-n'n-- i
sates are made f. o. b. at $1.50. box. very sanguine as, to the success of I tbe only the sweet memory remain to ussit black and t
Broadcloth
62 In. color : 19'
: .91
In some instance buyer are advancing enterprise. _ him whom we knew. and loved.A : t,
the 'owner 62 In. Silk Finish Mohar) black and .
140 a box and devoted son, a loving brother, a : ,,
: ; >. ., . ,88 "t. ,
market. In colors f tx.+Y. ';
t.1w."hlli chances on the The Montauk Ladies Quartette gavea : kind and true: friend, be filled a place : ; i
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''
64 in Ladle black and "
the Interior of the state Mr. Denton delightful concert at Brooklyn 'in tbe home and in the'circle' of his '' Cloth colora. ,89VBOi'. i
very .-- ,
30 ,
--- iff. Shirk Skin black and "
than third of the of ', ; good. :
says not more one evening.' Their reading life that only be-could"fill; and of him .
Thursday colors . . . ... . .... ..
oranges have been marketed. lie belleyea "Willow Pattern Plate" In Japap INI1I we may truly say EVERYTHING BRAND v .t. < Htf4 J? ., ,"
will realizedfor ,. 'NEW't" ::7-4 Cashmere;' very pretty color..nZti .
be '
that good prices costume was given In charming man .''-th. action*of tli*juit.Bmcil -- .f '"
tbe balance of the fruit, because Miss May M.xoo, the second tweet and bluwom la their du.:' = 30 in. Henrietta Cloth, In polka dots i.,' ,
ner. fOI'.w.l.tI".C. .> .. . .. '25
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the. and more highly bad ivii34In. ?*
fruit
la better of this has an ex- By the side of a sister who Wl8t. we' '
quartette ''
soprano let us show ) .' JI'
nixed ; "
cole red. principal shippingstations "Come In, you Suitings verji pretty 315' '
Tbe well received in laidhim'to- in .
Relent voice and was /gone before, we, ;' ,
.
30 in. washable Suiting, , .. .. 19 .
"
inOrangeCountyareOrlando poInt. Winter her solo number. THE MUSICAL COXTHLEB. "God's Acre" mingling our tears have, and get prlccs; whether you buy, 32 in* Berkshire Plaid, ,erJ"'preu,. '38 '-
Oyedo Maitland CrowD At Opera House) Jan. 4th. with the dust that will hide him from : '
I VeryF1aid.Walsting, ) ..- ; '8936in. ; ; r
Park. Merchant-yNewton-at-\Vinter view until the dead shall be awakenedt not. '' '
Garden has 100. car of oranges and Attention 'U, CV.' t the great trump -of God.. Loving or H'_ '. , ..'11. ; Chiffon Taffetta ,Silk, in blaclc"' ;; i ,n4- .
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colon. 1,19
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grapefruit. bands placed fair flower upon' bl.Ilt'a..e changeable: ( ,' ; ? .{t tnirlt ,
o.d. All members. of Alfred Jverson' and broken. hearts 36-ln. Ouaravieed Taffetta! 811k,.,!.;. t 39, .'a* -
sorrowing bo'th < ; I
to >> '
de in' *
Te ov ; BoyV'Shirts '
line of Men'sand :.. .
a the Gamp U. C; V. are requested to meet turned away to resume the.dally march A very pretty "' ,Nice line of outings, all colors > ; 1O' .' tr ;j ,
There seem to be tendency Fascinators.76o, to 2 BO .,'
in the Opera Hoiiae .next Monday, of I life with those who live. Negligee.and Wool n. t'",. Ladles I set" ..
jf of the grower of Ladle 'Sweaters.tl.25 B<> :
pan < ,
aoine business : *
lastoyear 2 m.-Iroportant bleed guU:tlne toys .
lit at : heart sympathywith ""
do -Jan.- :Our =-*=-i?>= "'" T : "
lheT'frultr; This was e' before the. meeting brothers and MenVSweatersVTSo to'fS.BO/ r line'of,Menrian4 Qjtde Oar
will the bereaved bla Ladies
come parents ,
lost .A' ,.
by
and boxes were : iJ y( .
thousands ot_ '. By order of sisters and,we pray that in this great of and Boys Clothing"at very low prices. '" : .
the frost In January While /it is pot Big line Men. : atyer,,: ,!,prices." . n4x '
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will 'E. A, BARNES, sorrow, the One who smites will ,heal : "= "" "'!:- : : u : O' y.
likely that two simlliar year v."""" Commander. the wound, and- bring balm to' tie Men's Rain Coats"la.Black andJPlaids. ,' ar.

come together, such bold athing lobe orangesrun mikhtoccur '-1 troubled soul' . A very pretty\ line of Men and Ladies hosiery. ->- .* 'Call and' see our prettp'line' of .''Xmas

and those who .From "Love Own 'Song' "Good And so, dear Frank, 'taught anew "at. low prices. Remember: ''we. t '
the for Boys goods
a chance of baying crop '' and closing of life leave We also have the Buster Brown< Stockings ,
Night the opening too great uncertainty we ,' -
frosted again this year (tI'he best fruit number on it wa*' all the with thy God-and may tb,.mute and Otr1 -A''Jew: ", more Ladies Coats .iri.'short i ; ':, 1 handle the 'famous, Florscheim' and: '
coming forward '.DOW is the seen have began deatred.. Tbe us-in." duty,' our White House Shoes Men, Women
that could message speed our 'tecfllvea. for a
"is ock season. The large sized prices sound all ladle were especially (good in .their Jove land'Our services to those who ,and 5-4' )lengths"sting i (very! cheap., Just : and Children.V, .) k ,r;
baa brought good '' their voice harmon A SORROWING FKIBND. Mens and :
work yet remain. very4prettvassortment'of Hats Caps '
quartette t
scarcity !!
e..oo. but there has teen a Not only In. their . l J".- "
of this. There 1."DOt.O' ;', much quartette work but in the -numbers Dr. PtPhlTllpa purcbasodthis ?:week ; ' .'' '--,

grapefruit, in the state, aa a year ago the Individual member of from Mr. Fuller, of Orlando two more / : 'A .
by t t
abd price will likely be even higher given .enthuslaatlcallyreceived floe orange groves situated in Orange -
an at present. : they were',, ; Young County about,three mile fro.m the H. M 'PFANN; ; SUOCESSOR TO "

bJ.: U. ..Schneider A:Con.purchaa Men'"lnstitute. the Note.I'N.W'yo..k.-A.-audience. city of Orlando. ,One ,of the grove : WARING' DRY ''QOODS; COMPA'NY.: "
: RU-4Q-MGR' .
It. Makely rroye'.1.. Largo contain about 25 acre upon which .ta w. a. W ;
r
.. 4t.b.; ,
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Hop.C.Jan 7' j .
'
hey paid .12 600 for H in. U lump. It Opera ; eleven hundred bea..lncree. and the :'" ,r"
estimated _, .. .. ; .. .'. . .\- '" .
the 1
one of the best--grorea ID the state .'Bsu* Jr.left'.yeaterday 'rail now on tree at .., i :
T.A
Jd will produceovar13000.boxseof Capt- boxes; Tbe other contain J". "
grove t.
t.o begin operations for 3.000 J' .- ".".5'A' -- ,.
d fruit.; While Makely: got, a good' for Fort Myer Fi.h and Fur Co., Capt 14 acre and ha about fifteen \ ; ...,. .' ',. iEa.. :,TEN Doff funs BEWLSD-'I ,pa F d '
ripe, for the fruit on the tree Mr. the Okeobobee to begin ,fishing with lundred boxes of fruit' Dr.' Phillipsnow Ha Stood tha,Teat,28 ,Years, ten,, dollara.reward 'fors Ytfl Bo* .'toooolot t- '

cheekier wUl not lose tnythta If he Bat Ixpeotaabout twenV-fl! ln.n : wbICbnutnt.r; .'owns about, seventy cores of oldroriglnai'Grove''TaitelseeChljl '. .Owlnc'to the rolt.1'' ol>6od.'and'u. the party oriparttswbo 'de'r" -;. 'xatrQyed
eW the fro It 1>ar Vested without frostamage ,IQO 'ni bearing rro".n; In Orapge.County The ; .j 4e brbk pien irA
aa hereafter
; to ,
1al'jl8t'110creaaed' dlftaooa h.ul. ;
know what are
be Tonie. You you \
wm -
< ; Hla aba la now In the:grow Suo- and think that next season he should tba resrof y.dwell '
,
boiler for'the new lteamer '. .It la Iron ab4 quinine in, a store. wood;-w1U be Si.79 av. siren.A ,
lacking and,shipping*. Adam Miller the si gatber-. about twelve or.: .fifteen. thousand. taking : ,
sdv. ." mrriTer which+,is, expected 1 /, testele.s ::' Kooara-.no' ; eta.f 'O"B.Woo" .t..
1 in$1.40aboxatQT.do, sad ce r of fruit., .. form pay '. ,.
time BOW; ,. bozse # ; ., f; : ,,' y2Vx
andllng on 'j : ;
any : 1.lePI
,eonxnlaslon.. ... j "i 4t: \ < .. /, '
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Toet's Dream" there am some Idealizing MARTIAL LAW IN MOSCOWRenewal .. '

touches not to be. found ,lo- the 1'

original, no brush or no fancy' could 'I
q MATTER .:.. : ...ld'aUstbfl soul l which has Informedthat of Great Strike Results .in Florida State News.:

face,'tor It 'Is itself Ideal.\ Military Rule In Ancient . .

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< earth contains Is too' /good for her,. nor, Reports la St., Peteisburg from Dr. "Porter's Resignation. Buckmart Bill Constitutional
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any lore too rich. In she to,hnve her Moscow late Wednesday aftoraoop indicate The resignation of Dr. Joseph Y. 'The State Supreme CoUrt line finally .

reward, then? Are the best treasures that. tho.geujral strike ;,was suo rendered a decision (sustaining
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.' of earth to be given to her<< who Is always carefully inaugurated and Is spreading Porter, as State Health Officer o! FlorIda ) constitutionality of the Buckman "bill the

I heaping tiensures' in the laps of rapidly. Even the electric light plants has-been tendered to the StateBoard' under the ,
others? She line wenlth.. she tins "" whjch ;new university, of the
Anna Katharine .t..OI' e For_...a are closed. of Health.: State .of Florida' and the'Florida 'Female ;
Bj Green, 1..r6 Etcl. J bouor.'sbe. has friend, *uc has health. General Doubassoff has declared
U 111 she hare love? Let us look At MI* Governor The announcement'will cause unl Cbllege were created. The opin-
eOerNNMh !....}T eat ONNN't ....... tlto; city to be In a partial l, state. ion written
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-. I circle which surrounds her on Ibis 'cx- veisal regret In all parts, of Florida: war, by Chief Justice
qulslle and It : of ..siege which gives the civil authorities Shackleford l and
\ June eve see we. can was concurrqd In by"
E CHAPTER XV. 'lII I f A beautiful flush rose on tier cheek answer this question exceptional powers of arrest,- etc., for if ever there was a man honored 'Justices! WhltfleM, Hooker and: Park-

Continued."Xo. r and she stoic n aide glance at'the startled She Is sitting: on the, large piazza, .The provincial( authorities have already I and respected by,the people of a state, hill. Justice| Cockrell was 'disqualified ;,

for I know that prorldence.has singer,' a* if to sc whether' Pier amid a group that feel the Influence ot boon empowered anticipation .Jt'i.. Dr:Joseph Y. Porter who for, thepaat and_JpIUce'Taylor took no part'' ;\.

*, led you to me." own emotion was observed. It vnn I the starry lieaens above them thougli of the possibility of their being cutoff 'I sixteen yearn has been' "the executive on "account of the local interests In-i 'I
f The look which had filled the signer not, for after the first movement of citi.prise '. they do not look that way, but rather from the capital to act on their volved. '
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ina's eyes when Hamilton Dejrraw the latter bad turned away im-1 into the faces of those with "whoa ; own responsibility even to the extent officer' of the State Board' t The decision Ii 'lment.to.Lake
a great disappoint
oar poke to her ofGo"d: ,; reappeared In was looking toward the house as It tUoy ,nre conversing. Foe talk Is ofwliat of. the proclamation of martial, law.: Health, and who has 'won many a City. .Tbere'w81 ,:a

them at these words of her generous; sb>j longed to take refuge !In Light. ? Who can ,sayj Who would I at St Peteis- signal. victory over epidemic! diseases; Some
railroad stations
d hearted friend. But she did not let i It "You know him f' whispered. Miss care to repeat? But the looks are for I The talk of taking It to the ,supreme court ';k kot

t become visible. as ;.he had'-before, but Asptnivnll, I her; that Is. tilt looks Of at least three burg were occupied by troops Wed- that threatened the state. tha. Un'.Uid! States, but there seem \

,turned ber face away toward the wide "Oh. .yes-oh: yeK' But 1 must not ,' men who stand I here: one against the nesday afternoon and the government It will be good news .however! to; to 'be little hope of the .federal court ;':.7,
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i' trotch:of beautifully undulating country bee him. Why has he come here? It | larse pillar HIM/ nbU>ldn the moonlight tav.de an attempt with the aid of the I learn that the resignation has not assuming Jurisdiction and It is probable ;J
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which lay before them. Is fatality; I must go." from her eyes one behind her .chair, I railroad battalions, to maintain some "beOid" ocuipfed, and that Jy the State that the matter will now; be drop., A

>" ."Perhaps that Is true," she assented Miss Aspinwall. did not seek to detain and one on the outskirts of the /group sort of train service especially to tho Board of Health feels confident that ped. w*....... ...;r,

4'' but there was not so 'much trust as her. who. If he does', not advance has another ,German. frontier and also to keep Dr. ljurtcr may bo Induced to remain, Under this act: the board/ of control i

?' fear In her tones."I urn sure" abe "1 will go with you," she! said and reabn for ills modesty than that opou cable, communication with points in his present:, position for" many and education have ordered the removal , 1:

went on in haste, as If anxious to they left the summerhouse! together; of Inl1llfer ncp. And to nny one look- abroad [ 4utwths lunger. of the University Gainesville.At '"
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cover ,momentary disappoint- not turning their bends, though tiu> ins at her now sucli:' Interest would .
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any
Professor Mllukoff, leader of tbeconstitutloDal The letter of resignation was written Its
last the board
meeting made all J
b '', meat which! might bare been occasioned : temptation to do so was equally strong; srfin only' natural .Tl o\IKlI"1lft! ;pt her ,! democrats .
-- issued a lam while Dr. Porter was on duty l lnlJ4oola.I..t in arrangements to let contracts two
by her manner "that It ;you for both. wontrn grouped around u<*r are mol .
t; knew, my position you would think I "I: saw him when I left the flowers or lews' .fair, attractive or v.hncloun. In: despairing appeal to the proletariat l October, but President buildings, and It Is understood that. .'I'

needed a friend. I am not only wlth- at ;2rour house." observed Miss Aspin- uouc! does lie pure light of womntilliivsa .I organizations against a .general strike, ttendry of the State Board of Health work, will' begin on ,these at once.

out an adviser, b'ut1. 'am' threatened! wall, as they hastened over the lawn.' eliiiip with such a radiance as In I declaring, ,his belief that it could nut did not make the matter public, anti ti:J..

fcy a dantrei"--'" "He came in before I left. Is lie an her while In tier beauty there lIm'nl'l"' j succeed and Inevitably would load to It Mas- not laid before the Board uf Seek to Enjoin Trustees. .!

"'I know. I know.*' old friend of yours? Pardon me It I 'ch.isUtiro' which Is not nlwtl.vs to be! i repression andperhapa. to greaYbloortbhed Health until the' special meeting or Subpoenaswere served at 'Tallahassee ':

f "You know?": c- *' *. ': appear too curious" teen tlirie What Las called It tOI'tl11 I which might be fatal to the he Board was held "In Jacksonville few the ..
a days ago on trustees
:"Yes. You :will pardon' me, lznorlna "He was not a friend; he never came ;Tin Influence In. not fully apparent I wholo emancipation movement HU the past Week, ...hcn'j&lOlutions' were- ibt' the internal Improvement fund in .
bnt-" till that"day and then he came on busi 'yet It In (VIi li.v these: men who study< I moderate counsel however; was not adopted which show the high esteem : ,.
an Injunction suit brought against the
"Don't call, me 'SIgnortna'; call me ness lie Is an artist. I, IIIT iUln night: .with) their souls iu theirteyeb. heeded by the .bot.headed revolutionists ; lu which Dr. Porter Is held and the of the
trustees Internal
and "I I his face \ I Ii Improvementfund ,
4Jenny. That is my true name, know that; recognized ; '. of
views the board In regard toi his
who determined to try conclusions
I should like. to hear"1 it from your lie Is well known in the city. Ills pic i Are her thoughts allbem; ? The i iI' are summ br the Tallahassee Southeastern .
lips." tures. such as I have'seen, are exqui man by the pillar has the air of & s/\l I". I with the government under the great' work during the past r. railway. which\ seeks to enjoin them .

"Yon shall. I know then,. ;Jenny, site." I' 'tied lover, but then, the deptlm of his conviction that they can overthrowthe The letter of resignation, written by from disposing of. paying outer otherwise '.
Her ,urse .have never been sounded, and monarchy.On Dr, Porter last October, was as fol:
that ;you have reason for dread. That Miss Asplnwnll! was smiling ; appropriating any of the :

,'bec.ause.,of this very name ;you feel gait and manner were redolent with I sonic say flint neither have \be depth account of some confusion- the Ions: money now in their! custody or control "

: that you hare reason to fear.Cut Joy.The ot bU conceit. The others do not,seem general strike was proclaimed at Moocow "Executive Office State Hoard of arising from the sale of about 110- .

you will be safe here. No one shall, slgnorlna. ,on the contrary I as happy though one of then stand at noon Wednesday instead of Health of Florida, Pensacola, Fla., 000 acres of land situated In the counties ..I

s' know that you' possess this name seemed to have weights on her feet. I so near to her that he can bear 'the Thursday as planned. It was InauG' October 12. 1905.-To the Hon. E. M t>f Taylor and Lafayette and sold

which Just now seems to be the harbinger She stumbled' once or twice, and tier | short nigh that now and then parts tier urated with a complete suspension of liendry. President of the" State Boardof by the .trustees 'to, pie, :Tallahassee) ?
of and Besides restless had sort of terror li, lips Do they' miss something from
pcrsecutlon peril. eyes a Health of Florida, Tampa, Fla.: .
the street railroad service. Southeastern ,'
.Railway.-Company, the 0 4
-" them. Suddenly she ask d'"Vou tier look or glance; that they have been [ 1
Sir-I hereby tender to the State ''
'The government on the new Djaf: In .
'J ? eaters! deeds being placed escrow In the :
know ? accustomed to there
"But I ratner-not-eoBceal the : his,name, then see '
fact that It Is mine. There is a cowardice "Certilnly; it Is one'that New --",rk It may he for now there a changeIn : I struggle greatly crippled. The situation Board of Health, through you, my resignation First 'National Bank of Tallahassee.

In doing so which Is,not agree- Is proud of. Hamilton Degraw./ ,jurey her Sh(' has beard a step on the in the' Baltic provinces is growing: as Slat Health Officer, to The defendants! are required to show

able to me. Perhaps, because I am you have beard of It?" ,f"Yes graveled walk beneath, and mistressas steadily worse and In the Caucasus: to take effect immediately upon the cause ou-January. 2Sd before Hon. :
close of the of fever
: the victim of another cowardice which ." .she ,Is of behead she cannot quitesuppress I tho renewal of the outbreak of tho epidemic yellow John Malono, circuit Judge at Quincy

I cannot suppress. Since I have tailed They were now nt the foot ">r the the flutter of, expectation Tartars and Armenians has produced In the place. I respectfully aBkthllt why the Injunction as prayed should! f

.s a singer, the word 'slgnorlna'. galls steps leading up to the huge portico which ,that sound provokes. She another reign of terror. The inhabitants you will take this matter up with the not be granted. ,

me almost beyond endurance I bate of the great pillared mansion. As the mores and other moves with her, so of T1HU and other cities are other members of the State Board of -- J.

Its very sound and long to'hear myself slgnorlna uttered this assent sL.e looked that there is quite a stir on the piazza: I begging the authorities to furnish Hualttr with a view of selecting my Christmas Tragedy 'lit St. Petersburg.. .'

called again By my childhood's back. Mlxs. Asplnwall folio wed her ifs two figures emerge from the shadows successor, bo that I may turn over while Christina's
them with arms for the purpose of A negro man on a ,
name. Do you think: there Is any example. To one vas visibly. on lawnor beneath ,an organizing a militia for self protection.At drunk at Bt. Petersburatatally cut
Iiarm .In'':Ieldlug to this preference? walk.r I Since and (the ether in feminine beautyfor have carefully and seriously considered ri
Would you' mind Introducing n-/t me to "lie must be stopping: tr tbe next: : n' mutual smile or glance before Sebastopol' new 'mutinies have occurred -' the step which I have taken, and Captain J. J. M. chell. a special police :I

your friends as Miss Rogers!" house" remarked the belt'ess. "Cu. mounting;: the broad flights of steps.) and ?,600 soldiers have been candidly believe that the office of State ofllcer. who died In a few minutes

-, "Not at all; why should 1 mind It if none that we should met him here Two! and abe has, perhaps[ anticipated disarmed and are under-guard.* The from the .injuries. The negro was
Health Omcer should filled
you do not? Bnt It teems like :giving and that be should see us ;ogether." but one' I troops ,at Kharkoff have revolted and be by a placed, In Jail but In thirty minutes a' 4l
active-man. I
up your old hope entirely and I. for "Curious enough! echoed tne signor- The men s Mr Degraw and the inhabitants still administering1'the younger and more am mob congregated and one of the "f!

: i, one./ still think-yon will reap the honors nn. woman Slgnorlna '"aid I. or. as she Is j I city. *. advancing well towards the sixties: crowd shot through the window of tho
to which voice But when she "which called Miss He has become and having served the state conscientiously '
your Entitlesyou.X ;gained tae room ndtjr Rogers. The weather has become very cold.Deep Jail killing the negro.
have a schemer -" had been placed at -hnT disposal and a frequent guest at the house snows cover the country as far and as I believe faithfully; I The story told by an eyewitness to I'

_, "Oh.' do riot/ ,talk of aehemet, dear had carefully shut the door and closed and she a recognized Innate, but never south, as. Kleff. It Is believed that "* think 'I have earned a release from : the affair Is that the negro was .bolsv,,, z i
Miss. Let without windows her they been observed together the severe and exacting cares which !
.Aiplnwall. us rest COID .JOlure instantly before have few days of hunger apd starvationwill torous through the streets, defying the :;
thought of the morrow 'In this para left her and she fein! what looked Tbe sight calls up strange necessarily are attached to the office that
officers and loudly proclaimed
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disc of sunshine and verdure. I have like a sudden collajy.e before a chair looks on the faces of tbelr youthful bring the people desperation of State Health Officer. My service :
never seen anything, delightful 'as and burying her five"In its cushions companion, and more than one furtive and prpvoke! uprisings and attacks on under your presidency has been; exceedingly no white man should arrest him.

this place-before. It is an experrence gave a. long, low ry. the language of glance is cast at their silent hostess. strikers and perhaps general. ., : pleasant and enjoyable and When Mitchell approached to take
Pll'i7
.. for me to be here; let me enjoy 1t and which It would! ave been bard to Inerpret But her self-possession is"grsat 'and the severing of official 'relations Is him Into custody Hh negro whipped

_ forget If"I can. that'the world holds Then 4 .be. started again to there is no lack In:tbe cordiality with '. ? LAWYER HAMMEL GUILTY. the chief regret thatI experience In out'a' knlte'and* cut gashes In the officer's .

.any other riches treasures or rewards. her feet and"''..enlotr her trunk took- which she welcomes .the appearance : }''';:,'./ ;;,... _. ,. ,- /:" ,- handing this MetterVery l : truly, neck deatb ,,noon ensuing. A
The little bird sings sweetly; if I were from It a.tcl :-,ram blank upon which of these two.:'But when the first flurry .Jury's' Verdict Against :' Attorney .....". you crowd of :enraged<1,:citizens soon gathered
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tree at he and had the earth and she; wrote one line. But before she over they all settle down ,to renewed < .t." ,, PORTER'' ,T 'aud 'going to.the Jail, a son of
,' Charged With ConIPII'.cy/\i.\ ;;! : \:,; .," .V)" .'. -"State' Health OmcerP-\ ,
heaven for my'home: f could sing too. had sign It she paused again and conversation; In the now brilliantly the officer who was killed, It is alleged r

1 wish:I were a bird, how my throat: stood so'long with it fluttering In her lighted: .parlor those who love her'best Abraham. Hummell. lawyer; was ; shot the negro through the Jail .
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t, would swell! I can almost fancy In hand'lbnt she might have been taken Cp.etbat something has gone out of, convicted of. conspiracy, 'in connectionwith A Columbus, Co., news Item Ii as "Window nt

j 'this .aUtude'that I am. Do you. think 'oy.-an exqnlsltestatue of Irresolution. .ber manner that made it.the sweetest. the Dcdge-Morie divorce casein follows: President Cargtll of tixe Co- Captain J. H. Mitchell was, well "/

_ any one would hear If.I-:-" .finally she tore up the coqtemplated and most encouraging In the world court at New York' Wednesday, Iambus board of trade has receivedn known In Tampa and Jacksonville, 'j
.; Ohj. ,oh... do.'Alln4.,. _Just 11\1'aria. telegram saying:as she did ao. in tbe and one at least of,the three men who He was rentencej within a few
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letter from Apalachicola notifying having: been for clone time popularconductor
'Jenny. Hark the little fellow Is vrv> sweetest of musing tones: adore her Intercepts more than one of minutes after' the Jury's_''verdict had i
Ing yon on. Surely you can rlral Msnotes. "I will not meddle with fate. Let 1C her.. 'glances that stealdespite the been him that a new steamship line between of the Coast Line train run-

."' bring) me what (It will. Its gifts maybe pride .of the J heiress' and woman, .to prisonment pronounced to one year's im : that city and New Orleans has r.Lvg between those cities.

_ The slgnorlna '01 el!. ':exquisite better than any f have lost than tbe huge window seat Where sits the and a fine of 500. which been established.! Apalachicola Is at I, __ I 1

color broke out on her cbefVs; ., and she any I have sought for" And the artist beside the singer so bappy and _Is the maximum penalty for the miss the mouth of tho Chattahoochee river .Mr. A. E. Lopez, for more than

looked so lovely that tb: noble woman troubled brow grew smooth and the proud that he .forgets to hide either demeanor of which bo was adjudge and being Columbus' port, the bust (twenty years tax collector for St. \

A at her side was Ailed with admiration. childlike look came back to her face. his satisfaction or his deUjbt. guilty' nose men of this city arc much interested Johns county, died at his home In Bti '

Then without furtb :r words, and as If and of all the Joyous creatures that As for the slgnorlna she was in that Depending upon the result of this In the development and ex tension Augustine a few days ago. He has "I

'Impelled by an In* and-enthusiasm she fluttered beneath the sun',that day abe soft mood of unexpected happiness case are actions In other Indictment ot transportation; facilities there been in a serious condition for a t

). could'no longer: i'ell.tshe opened her was the brightest, the sweetest' and Which makes a woman beautiful against prominent persons which a" the commercial and manufacturing week but, nevertheless, his death was B

lips and song asus d forth, so pure, so the most delightsome. whatever her features.. She to whom have grown out of the Dodge-Iforee Interests of this eityare directly benefUtocl. sudden and a shock to the community.

'Sweet and or a1trandnthat the little 4 -, nature bad given the perfection ot divorce case It Is the fixed opinion of fla WRB.. nerhans... the. most popular _
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bird'who I"!d previously filled the silence .. grace'wae-..e-flwcb\ the! more captivat /. '
CHAPTER XTI.- / Columbus business men that lower man In St. Johns county, and never
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with his voice stopped in amaze -t-- ing. From the crown of her lovely .
:* BTABTUXO) iITEODUCTIOS. CENSUS BUREAU CROP'REPORT rates for this will be had in hit polItlcal offlc'e. -
opposition
and bent Ls head to one side as If in head drooping with the weight of untold freight city secured !"

!Inquiry as to the ..ourect of such delightful Miss Aiplnwall's hospitality was 0: hopes to the tip .of her dainty, December'11N/ber only through the Chattahoocheeriver

melody. the notable order. An'orphan. without foot she was the. Incarnation, of jo; Up "to of Bales. and boat line connections at The case of the State vs. Cannon, ,'.
;"l'be-'I1)Oroceuplcc"by-; : "ittmnieTjions "-immedlatifreiafron,she 'l ael.euTtr shadowed' "only' by-the" wonder-which Glnned-Were': -9.282,1917 ;APR1at'hicolawlth'oceanstoarnen: /1'- el at., the:;Orange Jty"ele:; t'lonfraud
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> la-the'large; anil amply cnltl- Tilted friendship to Its last extent and such Joy often bungs./ Though she The cengu1'bureau Issued a bulletin case, was finished! at DeLand last Sat

'laW grounds was somewhat removed was, consequently never at a' loss ti did not pcnk.. much less sing her 'Wednesday, showing the quant4y' The Fernandina Board of Trade has urday, Judge Shaylor charging the ..

4 tt'oln"tbe dwelling Perched on a slight fill her house with congenial and delightful whole figure breathed forth music and ot cotton ginned from the growth of been assured by Sonator Taliaferro jury ,at noon, and In- ten minutes a
knotty( commanded view of much of companions. This she beard It and beard
summer one person present '
1805/ tb
December 13- to be 9282.191 verdict of not' guilty was returned.
the eountry'around, and for this reor.oa'Woa bad for chaperon an elderly widow. It as plainly as If she bad walked\ at that It a public building bill is passed
bales, counting round bales as half ..t this session of Fernan Tho defense put in no evidence at all, "
a favorite"spot of resort for weU known In "New 'York circles her side a half hour before and listened congress
Mils AsplnwalL who had an eye for around whom she had gathered a as spirits listen. to the vows bales, CB compared with 11,971,47 dlna stands every chance of getting a for the state was unable to prove that \p

r all that was beautiful and a heart for dozen or more young people of both wblch tho ardent artist had whispered bales on the same day !In 1904 an-1 gcod government building, suitable more votes ,were cast for Alexander

y I ,thl3 especial scene beyond all But It sexes so that the hound was as merry into the beloved one's half averted ,526,244 bales. for the same date In customhouse and for the use and for congress than the returns showed.

bad.'' oce.drawback. But a few feet us youth and gayety could make it. earL. Love, pure and perfect, bad 1903. accommodation of the poatofllce. Unit -
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away ran the. fence which marked off She herself was the balance wheel to breathed across this virgin soul, and a ed States courts and other govern. What will long be remembered as .

her property from that' of her next all this mirth and jOYO\ 1tlll. Though deeper love than hers bad noted It and POSTMASTER DIES SUDDENLY.Up ,ment offices. The building will have none of the most pleasant and delight- \\

neighbor, and as- that neighbor' took cheerful by nature she had sufferedtoo taken a lesson therefrom-the lessonof fio proof vaults extending to each fill social functions of the present "
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boarders she never felt herself quite many griefs, and felt too keenly pain and patience generous sympathy season was. that given at the Seminole ;
to story. The cost will be about 1100-
Next
cafe In this from Month Mllner Would Have '
place intruding
the
eyes.Tbui : responsibilities of _wealth to be and womanly sacrifice.
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Jacksonville J. D. Fernandez '
in by Dr ,
Club j!
U was that when the signor ever overjoyou. Yet there was la her The more disinterested persons In Held Office 24 Years.. 000. The plans and specifications are honor Y. Par- '

4 lna began toeing Miss Aspinwall let smile so much sympathy with joy that thfi room had collected about the PoiUnwter R. F., Milner died suddenly subject to approval by the Secretary In of Dr. Joseph most 4'
lier-glances-travel In-the.direction;of the hearted of tho Treasury.. !or, Florida's highly honored and J.
lightest felt their pleasure piano,--where one-of-their number-was at his home In Newnan Ga. .. -
t ., this fence'and tbe,winding walk beyond grow greater when they drew near playing, thrilling airs from Gounod. Wednesday Third Vice-President J. El Ingraham, efficient .Health Officer.

: but seeing no one gave her full Hilary AsplnwalLThough As,the melody filled tbe air rnorc,,.than morning. In charge of the Land Department of -
attention to the song wUTcb' was. being allre'to mirth she hal for one tongue was loosed $?the' secret A'* postmaster.: Mllner, for lengthof the Florida East Coast Railway, has The coroner's Jury in the case of 1',"

caroled for her and the birds. It was sorrow a still greater sympathy If that burdened It. service, has been equalled! In.but received a diploma from President ho Johns murder at Fernandlna ro-

uelodlous as heart' could wish ot. taste amongst the laughing tribe that scattered "Do you obserye the couple over few cases in tho entire United States David n Francis of the Louisiana turned Its verdict that the deceasedcame '

v ,exact, and she was:" drinking In the itself ever her lawn., or gathered there?" one of Miss Asplnwall's lovers lIe first became postmaster in February Purchase exposition Company, award. to' his death from gunshot \
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mellow note. i with delight when suddenly In merry about her halls 18T8, When he '
groups would
r ; -not the'mQlt generou.'hllpere4 In'ber have gone lug the gold medal to the Florida wougCS'by a party unkndwn. Not the ; .'
without 'warning the soaring and platt* 4bere was one from whose ear. "Boy Cupid has been busy gone! out of omce the first of next :year followed up 9
\votes trembled,and fell, and glancing lP! .the laughter rang false 'or inwbofce with one or both of their hearts since to be succeeded by Mrs. W. Y. Atkinson 3ast Coast Railway Land Departmentfor lightest clue has been "
the best exhibit of citrus fruits and It .seems as though, like the Baer
in baste at her companion she beheld shadow/
a bid.
eyes lay.deeply
we saw them last. I think I can discover he would served
have
!' her'sitting petrified with amassment dent sbe was sure to catch.the broken. the tip of his wings fluttering in six termsor and pineapples. at the Bt. Louis Expo: ease of last.year, this crtftte is likely 1
a of
BasingInto: the .neighboring ,garden. ton* or mark the secret.tear, and and ,aboat between them now. Wbat total 24 years sition."Hon.. to .go unpunished. '

Following her look she' was herself though she would make no betrayal efher do you think .- -

,T c" 'nrprlsed to perceive a man standing discernment at the time when !f Borne questions are_very bard to answer MILLIONS( FOR_ pRECIIOUS STONES'Importation. ._8. M: Sparkman. who Is homo Although the officers and ltlzen-

:before them;returning CAM for gase.Ii night ca!oe' she would Heal,Into the ;:this was meant! to Oooe: ot 'or' .'the holiday vacation of..COI1gres.III .. at Miami have 'been making every effort -

: I and that! wltb an Intensity which presence of the young 'girl whose grief them., But Miss ,Aspinwall .had (be of Costly .ems Reached very much pleased with., the outlook since the,murder of: Mrs. Dora

? e proved ,Ib* lu4 aot been,nmovcd by she ha4I1Jrprlecd. taking the seemingly courage of despak.and.did,not IhtJJLI5'' High Water Mark This Ye r. for useful national legislation at'the Suggs to find the' guilty party or, p rties' -
the sgnbebad ''overheard.'. 8' I happy one into her arm. so win from jittering a smiling response A ctatoment Issued .wriUng.ao
Thursday by present session; of congress though yet at, the present
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I thought at first glance that. fbe did ber confidence b; "delicate questions : To.be continued! '
:._ ._ .. .- the department; ot: .commerce and 'laJ loubtf ul of the passage of an'barbor positive evidence has been secureoASeveral j.
:,:2'<.ot kaowtbi$ man. bnt in another moment or silent caresses that,>tha brjatolng I '
_ t;;. ( nbe.,recognized nlniLfor-tb-ri- 'heart-wonld_ c erl101l'.:'sad-the secret .. f:<<.......... ......... ...",. >orj ay.l''OYI, ''8C90OOO.'orth.: OfT and river approprtation. during t1.I- :''colored .' neahavsbeea'uah, : '<;1e
'tt who bad interrupted' b..' la her tAwbU be-told almost without its suf I Ifftlel' 'Tbe ambitious woman always ipeaks diamonds' and pther' precious stones' session. .,H. < Is much Interested IB i rested, .but, it' is doubtful M, there .li,J
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-j r .-rork; .of.ti'e.IDe'; flowers orer'tbe'sig- own volition.. Ah.she-.was a of her.allowance.as hey,Income.-JCew nave been Imported Into tbe' United the plan' to hold tan International exposition : evidence enough against,any' of, them .'k

, -,-*aria* *on":that f memorable afternoon._ n.Dje] .woman. 'Hilary' AsplnwiD.-' 1 York I"r." ... .L.'t. St".1.during tie present' calendar. itt Tampa: In 1908, and will give tboid the parties.fTh. whole pop1
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:'" .t I&T supposed d ath. ? many'.'crashed'bean which,Ii', b has, .. /ear! ..which Is by: far the largest,Imp) the.matter' of congressional apptovrla-' lace II thoroughly aroused,'and trery- l

:: twtantlr',' "showed:.as much tee -'1 comforted can testify,' and It In the I ''t. hoa4 has 004 'mile:of. sewers pcrtation'I IB the history of the (fcountry. lon ;for'it'his,earnest and 'enthusiastic -- thing possibletp, rundown.tbs perpetrator .
... at"Vf aide 1&4 d D7 fate which HamUtoa ;I)- "A ,and .-' ,' t don
M tile graw laid they cost 11.600,000. I" support- :I of the m"ful deed will, K"'
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ESTIMATE BARRED "


WOMEN WHO SuFFER' I .

FROM No New Figures on Cotton. Opportunities' ,in: 'California "


Side \*> Crop Congressmen, ,'

Headache The trade in the
is
Orient opening up. .

SHOULD USE LOVERING TURNED DOWN. Our- exports 'to: Japan and China multipliedduring ' ,

'

Resolution In ,House Calling For :- the last year. r ' '
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Another Count, In January There will be
soon a tremendous increase in

.. Is, Overwhelmingly Defeated. the trade of the Pacific Coast, cities with the' Far' : ,
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HERBINFFor .' ,
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A. Washington special says';: Afteran East.Big .

interesting session, lasting nearly : opportunities; 'or'the'mn who ,lives there. "'

three hours, the house cooublftee oa' v :
-.a w look the field ?'
agriculture Tuesday' afternoon decided Why not ,, over ? A

BERBINE'acts Permanent Relief 'to table!!, the resolution offered by Only $62.50, Chicago to San Francisco or Los '-. ,!
direct on the U"r; It will cure CONSTIPATION Representative of Massachusetts
DTSP1iP5IA, &814'AND CH1LL3. is Covering, Angeles and return '
entirely free May-i 2 12
... from all llOnous mineral! wbataoc. and Is .composed,, solely'of calling for' a new estimate on 3'9, 10,11 I3, .

'constitutions LlFE-GITING. : .trs HLRBS'titMtiwii* the Especially weakened adapted glands'for and'weak organs and It checks weary! the cotton crop. 29, 30, 31 June. August 67: ,, 8, 9, Io, U 12,13, .

all derangements of the human Itc said that the'' action against and Tickets
body. for for
CUREDJiER SICK'-HE bACHE'Mrs him" was unanimous. The author' 'of. 14, 1905 good return 90 days. .

the roBolutloh"was the only one;; who '. Rate for double berth in comfortable
.Joste! Cameron. Central Tem le; a a tourist ,
? Teaaswrltest '!X *indIIBBINglveemeqnickrelief ? spoke .favor of It. He thought'the .
and take sleeper from Chicago to San Francisco Los
pleasure in recommending it to all estimates should never be made, earlier ; ,

women who. suffer from sick': headache.: tliu'January 1, which i wu nearer Angeles, Santa Barbara and other points '
WITHIN TKft RJCACH or ALL many
the to80' of the ginning'season, and '
rift Cents A in California only $ .Through tram service from. '
r Bottle_ Avoid All .Substitutes permitted the collection of more Dear ;r .,

Ballard Snow: Liniment Co Jy'accurate data. Of the sU factors Union. Passenger, Station 1" Chicago} :via the.,
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'. used by the bureau ot. st UiJtle. In )
St.;Louts S..'A.aMB ,
U. making uf its estimates only oat eh

h was a known quantity he decUred: Chicago Milwaukee -& St. Paul l ..i j jI 4
the others were guesses _or averages ,, #
SOLO AND RECOMMENDED By"For of guessov "subject to the whims '!

and environments of the thousands of .
Sale at ROBERSON'S. DRUG STORE. agents lie a"e'four reasons for Union, Pacific ''and Southern Pacific Line hF

wishing a i.ew.report.. .. They were tn. .
discrepancy between the department's ;

KISSIMMEE "estimate and! the census bureau's gin This is the route of The Overland Limited, leaving'Union ;

>Deports, 'tho ""Incongruity" -\b1 with Le. Passenger Station i ,,, Chicago 6.05 p.. in., and The California 'i
cenjber yield figures as ri the October condition figures, tin alleged Express at 10.25 p::m. The California Expresscames: tourist

MV : 0t7erE'8 'fact that ginning Is not early sleeping cars to California every day. Both trains carry'
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as far advanced'as in previous years, through standard sleepers. --- :)> ':

and the invariable tendency of the do- r ..
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STEAMER LILME. 8TKAMER ROSEADA, pertinent of .agriculture to underestimate .

r Captain Clay Johnson, Sr. Captain la1'.Johnson. Jr. the average underestimate for receipt Information sent free ., '. ._...ton :.. ,
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of with blank ,
Regular vcekly trips to Baaslnger aid return.. Roseada leaves Klailmraee the past ten years, being 778,4000 lines filled. .coupon Name ,

Tuesday morning, and arrives KJsilmm Friday.evening. bales or 7.6 per cont. ,
Special Charter Trips to Lake.Okecchobee and Fort My ere on UM.Llllle. Representatives Burleson of Texan; W. S. HOWELL Street address .
Comfortable accommodation for passengers. RLtoS'reasonahl.. Webb cf North 'Carolina and Clayton O.n1 Eastern Ag.nt,3(1 Broadway, : ? ,.1.,

The most picturesque-Waterway In, Florida. of Alabama opposed the rel'btuUon.Thp MEW YOR'C CITY City 1 . ..Starti_ 0 .

For Pasaeuger and Freight fates apply to house at Tuesday's session continued i ._... or .'.
CLAY JOHNSON. SR.. Proprietor. debating .under the guiseof .* F. 'A.MILLER 'Probabledestination.CALIFORNIA _' ,
On board "Ullle." Klsslmmeo. i'lL. ''referring the message of, the preal Ototral PaM.DC.r Agtnt. ' .. ',,
wpicI'of'lnterest, CHICAGO.
dent to committees,

. local or national. The subject of the .I

---_ 'co __ __ _-" c :. _. = :. ", federal control of insurance wan the .

NORTH J KISSIMMEE.' PHONE NO. 8.: main. feature-and nearly all speakers 1r iih- r'' -JI Fa3ay's .7I lwd b 3r>>r 3 i>> ftIi>>AI ,."
began their remarlta-'wlUi reference DEATH IN LIGHT WIRE. /
to It. I I '

.The flay 'was'passed without excitement Two Men Killed In SsvsnnahYhll.. I 1. City Bakery. ;
-C.- W. GRIFFIN and ended with' an amusing de- Handling Incandescent Lamp.

bato on the question of appointing a During the storm In Savannah,.Ga.. .

Janitor at- ";0 .&i- month to.the, reception . early.Wednesday,nleht.. .7'Vincent, FRESH BREAD PIES r
on the minority side of the cham manager of the Schwarzchlld: AT' Sulz: ,

Fancy Family Groceries ber. Tho minority refused the offer berger 'company's. plant and AND CAKE : ; : -
of the majority In this matter and Frank H.-Bourquin, shipping clerk of r ,

with their aid the Janitor wad rejected tho company, were killed by electric' . "
: -Raisins, Currants, Citron' Peel, + ;.
ity.. The two'men were abcut to {la-
FRESH HEATS.fe Mr.'lirantly of Georgia took the oathas Olives, Sweet Pickles
spect a car 01 meat,,and an lncande / '
a 'member\ after which Mr. Rica Sour Pickles Mixed'PIckt les.
F ; cent light on the'.platform: was bolus ;
; : ardoon of Alabama discussed ., ... .. .
; quarantine
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i. Dejiwy; ,, every day, at any'hour"patronage: OI'IClied', 4,8fe'V4; : used for this, purpose. This bad along >)
. . I< ., ) "" )\ :"'" GOOD S. ; .
I .... regulations. LUNCH
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.i :fJ '" rr! >' }f.I. ; "A \ : 'I, III Jw''M" 'frd'i'JI''t'\ connecting wire admitting of Hi '

"*V :'<< ",';e.'l. .::.._ :' ----=-.,:' t,:'':I. .''''.:' '' ) ;r' tLAST As a in result Mr the' Richardson cf south the yellow during-said fever the'a .great past epidemic being being 'carried used In Into lieu of the a car lantern and tout Mr. ,, 'k .:: ..1 iI"I':, ,;:: ,. Candy, !Figs, Dates. ;' '. I

season Vincent reached for the light.- The +
clamor for.federal control of quarantine .: Fresh Walnuts Pcans Peanuts.:,
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insulation was! Imperfect. and he re- ,
I was now being made. While Oman
'OF WAR SPECTACLE was snore anxious' to banish that .ceivC) the full voltage' falling-' the AGENT WHITE STAR ,LAU DRV.r u '
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a'word. Mr .
without
dread disease than hlfflself, he would floor of the car 'I'.
Bourquin sprang to Mri Vincent's as- tt4 Nt-4.fJ1te4teJttHCr- .
had fever for the
the -4 he world. But the rank and file rather fight yellow agesto
The last scattered remnants of "
than sacrifice one fundamental iistance,--with'the'result that he, too,,
not the means to.move.. .- come .
Boer and British soldiery that made
received the full force of -the currentIre
Not long ago there were probably prlnclp'e of nls state In Its, domestic
up the flshtlng front In the Boer war. 200 ot the soldiers left and they were and local control. He saw no violation : fell upon Mr.. Vincent, and whon

spectacle at Brighton Beach during a forlorn-looking lot, half-starved yet "of state rights In fed are! quarantine aid reached. them both were.dead' ..
the summer have been routed, says buoyed up by "the expectation that to prevent disease from ftu: "* i .UighCrae. Whisk
the-New York World. luck would turn. elgn countries or from one state- to BLOOHOUNDS: .BAYED A'W94IAN: y
After trying; vainly to hold the.. old As the days passed and they were another.

camping grounds along the,ocean unable to get the money owed they Commenting -on the rrBldpllt'. 7'1e.t- fienaatlonsl Wind-Up of'Strenuous ': _
front the last tent has como down bts.;an .10 ask' help from the visitors. sago Mr.'Wn.tklns' of Louisiana vita: : Chase After Incendiaries.A - 0 0 -=- : : =
and the'' soldiers, many of them on the The police warned them not: to beg. '.The president has ttiown Jiat ho chase with' blbVxlhounds.. lasting _
verge of starvation bore.been driven "?hen make those'who owe us give, possesses the conviction of a Bryan the greater part of Tuesday night ant

from Brighton to cast about., beat us our money" said! the soldiers. the flrmneis of Andrew Jjckjnn; the well up Into Wodneaday morning, Ju E CA.FE li. J

they may. Next came an order.to strike camp. popularity The last man to surrender to the The lessee of the grounds said the bt the Japanese." who was supposed to have set fire to i .. .
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mimic 'become nuisance,. The NEAR PA33KNQ5R: DEPOT.. KISSIMMED HOTEL
harsh fa to that has driven the soldiers had a .
his first .
Jlr. Watkins was making and burned the residence of J. 1* -
_.. .-,_.Agbtert from.the! only place. they 'men w l aa'home Capf-fah-au] :to the police: '
knew '
was after hold- "Get out/'- commanded the blue the function ot a "kld to "butt-in." boro, AlaT, resulted i In" the' boundS "'
,
English. 'artilleryman, who A. E: BEARDEN .
Mr. Johnson of South 'Juruliaa; corn baying Proprietoii4 .
the tents came baiting and before Mlsa Beglionnl. (
Ing out until a few days ago In the coats, and one by/one : ; .<-'.
shows that the Amerlsurance. ,
small army .tent which he brought down. The outcasts pitched their. surance. "It as she was calling and 'feeding I"":.i.:
from England, capitulated to an un"symrathetio tents flJrthor'aong thebeach, but ":t. shows. that trv American hogs'In a field near thescene of the "
police. were soon discovered and. were driven people are tlll honest and It house burned. T. O: Boggs, to whom I NOW HAVE THE' LARGEST'' STOCK.'OF ;WINES WHIft., ;z ,
Gen. Cronje to whom the projectorsof out. Somo were arrested. shows what honest men feel toward the doge belong said Miss Uexhon- kfE3 -AND BEERS EVER HANLED IN KISSIMMEE. ALL

the show owed several thousand The only man to stand his ground the disclosures of"* corruption'' whica nl's arrest would follow. GRADES .AT' PRICES :TO SUIT THE :TIMES. ;,.
obtained Cap Fish: He remained obstin- have been made.
dollars, left the camp and was '
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quarters at a Manhattan hotel. Oen. ately In his tent until three blat policemen U3ED BOTH PISTOL AND KNIFE. : c = "
Boer colony In came along and compelled him '
Ben Vlljcen Joined a
BOOZE FOR MI&SISSIPflANS.' Ju.g. Trade' a. 'Speqlat1.y.:
:
one of Brit to move. ;
Mexico.! Capt. Chaplu. Postmaster at Camilla Adopts Double 'I!
ain's most valiant fighters, who has Where once fluttered the colors of r . .. .I 'Y
also, leon service In Uncle Sam's the Boers and British in harmony More Christmas Liquor Sent Into the Means of Suicide. '
army went to Guatemala taking a with the stars and stripes- now a State Than Ever Known Before.A Thomas' :w". Brlmb f'l'1. postmasterat .-

score 'of' soldiers with him. 'One. 1:17: scene of desolation-rbroken cots, bat- Jackson HI..., dispatch says : Camilla -attempted suicide on ****..******.********.***,.*****.**..*********...rk..'
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one the most noted of the Boers and tered trunks and other remnants In fever before In the history of the Tuesday afternoon b1.shooting himself -;' *. l'r, ,

.. Englishmen left for various parts of | reckless profusion. state, has such a large volume of whiskey In the. bend with a 'plitol' and S LE s ALOON ,. ')
e'A-O ;
._.. -' shipments been 'handled by the slashing* his throat with a knife, and : .
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express ;7companle8 as;that now:being iisrrvrry'ls .Bald'OT-be"Imposalblar;, .
brought In from almost every. dlrec- He Is a married man. with five chil '
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lon, r dren."tlta. accounts are straight, and /MtJ(1C
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: DAKOTA'S CAVE, OF WIJVDS The Christmas.liquor traffic In Mississippi : ill health Is supposed-tobotheca ._. -<
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is always heavy, but this yo&f of the action ,

form tried to get for generation and have It is remarkably so. Express cars are .
Th, great".Wind Gave has the : ALES; WINES 'BR"DIES'
to tho-doors with boxes,' crate Back ,
of an eight-story Douse each story or failed. piled Names Sent to Senate. ;
" stratum containing.a distinct formation -'I Frozen fountains are there white and jugs front Memphis, Vicksburg The uomlnatlona of,members of'the "OF VARIOUS IaRADIL3,
/ each containing With the leaping foam of untold ages, Natchez, New' Orleans, and 8L Louis. 'VV uIskies
of IU and f
own commission j AND
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isthmian canal
chambers of a else and, magnificence sculptured cats and horses'and great oonflrmaDona PRICES,....r-, i
monsters to be dreamed about o' of which were reconsidered by '
has'never.been O
:.: ,of found decoration In any such subterranean aa cavern of- nights and feared In, dark corners' 'a ,.'DOMICILES FOR, DIW-OMAT8. the senate on Wednesday,:-were again CIQARS AND 'TOB1 C.O: ,

the world. ,. I the 'daytime. Organs built by the -, referred to ,the, committee< on Interc -' ,, ;
)0. nla a'dream; a nllhtm.re.'I.lon T bands.of giant gnomes for.a,Titan 19 Mr. Longworth Wants Our Missions-' eanlo canals, by the senate Thurs-"
.' carved In'lOUd stone under the green' play wild, hr.moa.:' of 'praise''' upon 'a ,,.rind Emba.. Provided: For 'da .ln..JlecUtl1e; session% 1 1Panam. li1IeuSe.r-Busch; : Ber''':
/ tills of' Dakota. Stone'&I white u.I. kitchen for' the 'cooking' of r weird, Representative! Lbngworth Ohio I .
never thought of up here In the : 'In the house Thursdays Bill I ,
diahea bill
to
the milk the hired .man ued give I Introduced a ., elOlftd.' "
all manner and all kinds of ON ORAUOHT: ,AND BOTTLEOC! ;
us to drink' In'the'dawn of a happy sunshine providing for the purchase-at a ,
:.Jnnevmornlric, 'atone' '** tea as the rooms, ninetymiles of'.: them, !down! cost ot *<,'o.er 5000.000 of buildings .President. Roosevelt'signed- the billpas.erl 'aN.bNL Bmr UHDJNJtrsa roNJJRO.A.DWA"': is< !''Y.P1:"**

--.;. -peart;:of+th4t-a .t-bloodrooMlUtyoa_. there .under the hoof of'- the' gallant". ; fotlhejanlted Statesjoalsslona 'at all by congress appropriating |1L> STMaJT. AT 'THia;.BRICK ,,:BAR BTJItaXNO .
"lttliebortU.rho n the . ,, ;;. ,; . ,
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'.{dug la the spring when, the world was orelgn.' ,capitals where, thi;; ;overnwnent 1Ioo.oi the-Panama-canal.' This's .- -. '
into bay ;tbs yedround, up ,' (> c-.j';.
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all that grass .
spring to act stone "
min
bill by "
you or the passed "congress'at
pta with,& blue that all ,the paintershave there la Sooth ,\DakotatmrTraclc. '!nudut f "" :aatossadors .,,; pat '. ', .\ *** ..........*.. ........ .
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?lie K1ss1rnmC6. Valleu Gazette. DRR&G." GOLDSTEIN I .

TKLKPHONB NO. 11PU.Llegabavltnl'rellAY
'-- PTIC -SPECIALlST '

Office tu 'Valley UtttHle' buliunnf, OF UOUiSViLLB:, KV A FULL LINE

KI:, ..blMMKE.08CEOI.A COUNTYFLt, .
WILL BE: HERE JAN.' 3. 1906 t.'V

W.; B.'HAD HIS. Editor Sid. Proprietor.Entered \ ,
---. For. a few days only. Call ancl/see i r -
I' at the P..a ofno. In Klailmmee, ..1.., ,
,Si S_od-elaa. mall matter. __ them at Hotel Tohopekaliga. ALL KINDS OF

Bnbacnba-a win' ple>.. notify the ofll(\. If n.w .
(hey tall totetthe paper regularly.A.11 .
oommuulcatloue .ac-ut from our author .
tiled correspondent must 7e: aliened' b. the "
writer. { l .HEATINGI'

;y{ Sailed Related tor matter. trill not bo returned unless Y r 2' .' ;; .

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SUBSCRIPTION RATK8.On . .

*copy, one.year ...... .. .'. .. ...>... ..11.00 -: AND
One copy, MX mouth.... ...... ..,....... .. .*oOn Many do not see as well a. .. .
*copy, three moo th... ...-. ?...'... . .as persons. : 11r "
should. Some well but their'
; they see ht51A9
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Frtdpy December :Uth, 1005. eyes become tired Others suffer will
headache constantly periodically COO.KINGSTOVESat
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medicine does because .
which n It reliever
; The Valley OsceUe, wishes All Itsreaders" .
the headache- comes from the eye
ti a prosperous and happy Nevi{ stralcr and the only.reiuedv Is a pair DltttSl.Ca e, .. """i
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Year. .
-r- of glasses prooerly fitted bv one who *

',; None"but the Initiated know they understands the'eyes, their defects : Prices -

accuracy required In a printingoffice: and their relation to human Jlls.Wo Save One-Half Your .

t The avarsfre' reader who detects a Examine. 'Your Eyes Free of Wood -

misspelled word or letter ui>stde down ...Charge. I
: If have .
d feel. that his work earth Is not 'you. a -
upon
accomplished until he has railed\ the And when we examine examination them! ; we WILSON WOOD HEATER. 'That' Defy, CdmpetipiL
mean a thorough .
t attention of the overworked editor to .
complete as can. be lmcJ-an.vwbel"8 at ,
the!glaring defect Ue does not'notice ; wood pile need be"only half the size of
the thousands and tens of thousands any priced We explain to you what your your .
of letters that are In place or the your trouble i is. You g-et.the. benefit neiehOOr's.ho uses: the "other kind.", The t>s tnt: -

k. 'multitude of words correctly spelled. of our experience and knowledge free. Hot, Blast'Down-Draft found only]' -(n tho Wilson' nkes ,

but his eagle eye is glued| on the anti Eye Strpiu.More it possible'to'cet.ICO per cent of heat ''from your fuel,.

e that Is outof place.-Fraternal Record.Klssimmee "'beadaches and nervousness Is the gases which ordinarily arise from the fuel and es- GET PRICES BEFORE
EUYLJGSTANFORD .
caused by eye strain than all other
:+ now has probably the causes combined. Good vision Is absolutely 1 I cape unhurried up the chimney in other heaters, are all

yt worst. streets: of any town laFlorida no. proof that the eyes are" consu**d in the Wilson. These cases constitute one- '

They were bad enough> before, but /good. Many readers of this article I half: the burnable part of the 'fuel. The Wilson burns

&f since the recent rains. and the heavy can see perfectly, but they. suffer from criythi1g-corn cobs. shavings, chips bark, roots and "
haulingo08tquent. upon brintrlo Ills of kind
some nervous one or t ,
In to market &,, think cord wood. '
oranges other apd;\ never that their an'j .
.
the streets have ,glen literally cut to are the cause of It all. They The Wilson la air-tight; so

pieces and are now io, a dreadful bave taken medicine without retting! readily responds to its dampersthat -
condition. While this condition exists -, relief or may have suffered thinking ,
it Is scarcely fair to. lay.the blame there was no remedy. an even temperature can bo .

El 00 tbe street committee of the city Proper tilasaes and Proper Frames maintained throughout all the .
r council. They recently secured .."..0110 + changes of our varied climate. .
t through the sale of bonds for the pure It Is or great Importance that glasses Remember .
pone of fixing up the streets, but there should be properly ground and centered every day that CARSON
was tacit understanding! that HartowT and of the best quality. The frames you use the Wilson you are

,, rock was to be used In the paving and must be fitted'that they will' holdthe %' saving one-half your fuel lill. .
Fn ,they have as yet been unable to secure 1t'08e.0! place so there will be no I11 tidy':

the rock. However, .something, .(we damage! j.o the eyes from a lack p( ,. lw
;' 'are; unable to advise what) should be harmony between the, center of the #
r lenses! and those of the Many P, GRAVES ,
; done to relieve the situation, and. it eyes. '
should be done quh'kJy.r otherwise good -pieces of work have ; W > : .
been a failure from this cause alone. : tw
Don't neglect children's
,, The.weekly papers of Florida are your eyes.
few Hotel '
doing a splendlnd work In pushing the OnlY a days at Tohopek'allgu -

,',t' State forward. It Is safe to. say that Klsslmmee. Odlce hours from 9 p HARDWARE COMPANY.Administrator's
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a. m. to p. in. /
Florida owes to them more of its advancement -
than to' e .
--- any other
agency To Cure a Cold la One Day- v
perhaps more than to all other ..
agencies. In every' community the Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab

editor Is read to his shoulders. lo lets. All druggists refund the .. . . ..
.. money
.., put fi- -. '- .. ," : :_ : .- .._:. ....- IfCCQCC
,C the wheel. He Is ready to lead If a if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature

leader I* needed He Is equally ready Is on each box. 2:, tf ,
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let the honors and rewards tall to A Fearful Fate.It CcOOOOOOOOQOo cca VV VV VVV VV VV VWVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV i-

r "t, the lot of another, so long as be is Is.a fearful fate to have to. endure {HURRAH FOR THE
permitted to put his full force Into the the terrible torture of Files. "1 can; '

rood work. Never was Florida advancing truthfully say," writes Harry CoUon, :;

more rapidly than now, and that of Masonvllle, la., "that for Blind LAKE HOUSE 1- CORRECT IN STYLE:
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she i* is-isrgelAdue to the fact that Bleeding Itching and Protrud lag files, \ | j
never were our brethern of the pencil Uucklen'a Arnica Salve is the best

working harder than they are working' cure made. Also best for cuts, burns 0 .
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now.,'''' Good luck t.otbenJ all, and.in and Injuries, 25c atOsceolal'hacroscy.. ', 'e'S""j'
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L wishing them good luck we are wishing mr Remarkable| rmfm ,
,4 good luck to the State that_Neiitll) love Cure.. ''
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A pair of "rusty shoes will
-The Sun Jacksonville. "I was much afflcted with sciatica RenovatedNew ; ( unstyliNji" : mar ft. fl

en writes Ed. C Nud Jowavllle, Sedg- Thoroughly t the effect of the most elaborate toilet. With 0

.. The Minister's\ ..Wifer wick Co., Kan.,firoing aboutoo crutches

(PublUhed by .....UC'R.) and' Buffering: a deal of pain. I Management.. new .

'O pity the Jot of the minister's wife! was Induced to try' Ballard Snow ; "

It }is sinful for her to be fair; Liniment, which relieved me. I used -eWe s 'DOROTHY,, ; DODD ;
three roc bottles. It Is the '
She must nofseem too sublime for this greatest -
I liniment I ever used; have-recommended serve the best meals, '. '

Yet mutt still have an heavenly air; it to a number of persons; all express ,Clean, comfortable beds nr' . ModelsJyoiiyiiec, l ":: liav.eJio cont'loiiNnoss of _; :
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themselves as being benefited '
She must never view other with critical . ; .
rl eyes, ' - by it. I' now walk without crutches Elegant,service':;1'- ca ?vful G,' ." .. yotirefoot,\ vear;' If, "'wlll be its" correct ulylo 6?

a lv" She_ I. there criticise that the. rest. ,may. themselves ',- labor able to on. perform the farm.a"great 25r, 600 deal and of 91.00s light , att ntion'ls'given;'.to "all. ", , ., .. ... : ;, as'lt's1'; faultless J lii lit. . .:'.' -:., .: tip

Whatever she does or may wear. Sold by Thomason 'and Roberson. The ideal home'for travelers l- ,

1 r If she tries to be bumble her sis'ers ; t- S3.OO AND S3.5O ti
tourists. Reasonable ,
.' ",111 ay- i +. Furious Fighting: and -. (\ .

Sbe poses and Isn't sincere; h'For,seven years,".writes, Geo. W. rates. Come and "

If she show' that she 1* proud of her Hoffman, of Harper, Wash., '.'1 had a ka4 D.ANNS4Var I
t prominence, they ? bluer ,battle, with chronic a.tomacb .- investigate.W. . f S'
l R Cast look. at' each other and sneer'And and liver trouble, but at last 1 won, ;

taikaf the telly of one who believes I and cured my diseases, by the use of A. KALLENBERGER, VVVVVVVVVVVyVV VVVVVy VVVVV JVWVV
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She' "too !food for this I world, while Electrle'Bltters. unhesitatingly recommend -PROPRIETOR.. .> ./ ,i

it her husband receives them'to all, and 'don't intend .- .;:..... ;=:.,. -., ... :
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4, If she' seems to" be pleased. "with the houmt.They:_ are certainly a wonder- ____ 1- Notice. ';ff
sermon,' the rest i' (ul medicine, to nave cured such a bad .u BILL FOR DIVORCE.In .
Imsor demand"
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Will think it I. all for effect;' case as mine. Sold under !guarantee Circuit Court. Hvvxnth Judicial. Circuit, theeeiate.of.Thom All txTMMi, holding 1111.... deceased;. will upon present -
Yet: she must not pretend to Indifference to do the same for you by Osoeola NOTICE OF ELECTION; Btate of Florida County of Om....la. ...m0 me for payment, prop rip ..hested ,
lest.' . Pharmacy at 60o. a bottle. Try toem Wbercu a petition turned'I by' more than one- Theodore U. Hoffman Uompainamt within the lime prescribed. by law or the
1 -" They may talk of tier lack o(,respect.a today. fourth of the relel.ler",1 "nt.n..f oicenU C".."- r*. 'f P me wl'l be forever., barred! and all neraon Indebted PtAfr .
_. Florlrla, was on the 41h day of Dreember Emma Barrett U"ft'meo. R "]M>nt t* will may. Immediateaeltlenieut
They call her a, trump If her sed
costume 'i' IwO, prticuirit Board of In OH with the UII.J."IS . ,
D. .c.Rr.
.' Is plain, Torture of a Precber.The' : I''lO c'o CountCommlwloner.of W.; -.RAdmlnUlratarofthe
l praying ai,1 -
s'llaa
To Emma IlarrHt Boffman .
II., 'And accuse her ot being extravagant story of the torture of Rev.0.1). !bard \-, order... election, In ..."! for said. It ai]_ring from the aindavlt: ThvodoreQ. deceaed. KMate of-Tbouiaa It
''Tain Moore t:'ouuty, to oecMe wbetberihe a.leof Intoxl0tlnK Boffman the complainant in a Bill for DlToroe li I I
of the
pastor Baptist chjrcti
If she dares liquor., wines OF bear ,hall be. :prohibited Sled In the shove court thin 17th day 0'No..ml..A f
to be decked.' of '
handsomely Harper vilJe. N. Y., will Interest In sold Count I). 1116. that the defendant Emma {
If she act like a saint, ,they will\ say you. He says "1' suffered agonies: And where on the Sib day of December A. Barnett Hoffman la a non-reaklnnt of the Notice of Application for Tax
:' ,. It'* for show; i 1.) cause of a persistent cough, result D. 1WV' the add l Hoard of County CommlHalonra Hta,t of Florida amt that her rmldnncn. IN In Deed Under Section B of
> of Onreula County, FlorMa, In.) arconlaiiee
tins of New the United rltatm. l
"State' Jersey In
,It she doesn't there' scandal. Each from the ,
) fag grip. I had to sleep with "aid ,)IIUOII did order that an election beheld end that her pnxtofllre addram .la unknown CI pier .888r Laws.
3' 'Sheds 1:underihe ,. sitting up In bed. I tried many reme- In.tdCounly Oxionla, on, the lit day Itlant,and that. there In no portion In the Htate -
gun of the high and dies without of Febmarr. A. U. lane lo derMa whether the ' Hub >o na of Florida. f.It
relief until
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took D the low ale of Intoxicating I quo. wines or beer. ::... : : that said defendant:; IM .
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King's .
New Discovery for Consumption hall boo In ialdCoimtr of O.cedaend ...
prohibited :
I ; over twenty-one years of atr. 1th..to. Notice 1* hereby given tbd II. M. Pfann and
And though she Inspire biro they Coughs and Colds, which entirely did further order that the clerk of aalH ordered that ;yon do answer or demur to the 0..... 1'. Singl.tsry. r>nrrha..er* of T*.. Cenlfl-
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r Regard the poor preacher with pity cured my cough, and saved me from Hoard do lire at lust thirty days notice of laid coraplalnantahlli herein fllnd on .or before the rata No 5L5. d.ld the Mb day ol July INUH.ha ,
they sign lection by 'puh: ||>hlun tame ID one newspapern .. Bret day of January A. D. 1M, or said' bill filed\ said eertideate.In I ny (>Bloe, apd ha Dont >
consumption, A grand cure for the each and every town In add Conutf, a d II will be taken aa eonieaerl.I ItlH further ordered mad application for tax dtied 1 to lu In accordance be Cross :
And whispering sadly 'IlO'W'onderlnf'! diseased conditions of Throat and none, then by poatinr: up M leant ten writtenuntlne.of that thia notion b.. published onus a with law. Hnlil rertlflcatea embracehe 1
why \ Lungs. At Osoeola Pharmacy price aid e.ertlo lu the moat pitbllu I week for four CODIWIoU..w.t'e1u! in the KU. ,lm- ( following described |>roi ertT situated laOiweola
lIe love her much ; the,-''' In said County,one of which. abl be at mee Valley G>ar. tte. a ouoty. Florida I twit: If when
so any way. boo and 1.00, guaranteed. bottle : cooking get :
; Trial HOUM.
Court
you
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E;L. IsJlfy, CMerV of Clrrnlt (Court and 110..1 II.i'U of nw'.j Ht-o 12.-Tp 'M. S o< R We. 40 acre. ,
S. E. KIsER. free. Now. therefore, I. B. L. Lesley, aa Clerk of .. ...
of mid Court this 17th of November hUt The laid land being ai e .d at the date of ,
., Bargain.Property : II he Circuit Court In and for laid Count: ofOreeols. [.lULl E.1.. LESLEY ClwrkByj ",- i ihe unianoe of such verllflcate, In th. name ofT poor-results., It may
Conga i.2 Spell Caused Death.'Harry .. Stale of Florida and aa e..IIloClerk W, R..JoH"'I'OIf.D.O. M. Palmer. '
t on Broadway for 11200 of the Board of County Commlanlonera 'L.A. MINX, Solicitor for Complainant. Unlea said eertlflrate shall be redeemed ae not bo your fault but '
Duckwell"ed' 25 of .Id County, do hereby gIv nntu-e that an ,
now' renting! for WOO per years, cording to law tax deed will Umie thereon on
J. M. year.Jay ,choked to death early yesterday morning election I will be held la the County of Hoeola, Notice to Creditors the IKtb day of January, A. D. 1000.VYIInr the fuultof the fngr .
WILLSON
State of r orida, on Thurailay, the First Day ofTebmarr. legateesand ... my official llf nature. and seal this the .
at his home In tho presence
of .
hiswife A. D for the of drcldnc
Real Estate sit'4osuranoe.ii luon. pn-poan '
I ( MB of A. D. 1W6.K. / I'
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and child. He contracted a slight I whether the sal.of imoxlratlni. liquor, Destributees.AirperannahaTlnf : day Novembert:. U LESLEY, : clients! you have used I'
l o I* Mad Chase.r cold a few days ago and pa id_out wluea or beer, shall be prohibited lu said claims against the ....'. Clerk Circuit Court nceola cO.'lLl'aort4.. '
,'. little County opOaceulaIn of Heury W, Barber deoeaied, Iota of Oaoola. By W. -
attention 8. .
to it. Vesterd I
'Million rush in mad chase after av,mornIng Ten. many Wbervof. I have hereunto pet (:ounl,. Btatcof lorida, WM preaeut the aame BUY YOURGROCE9IES ;
be was seized with 1 fit of coughIng .rdbrda' afflxed the offlrlal seal of the for the ... .
health from one extreme of faddlsra :: payment lo '"i < "'I..n..I. proienyal
when 'If which continued for some tliue. of County Commiadoner* at Klailmmee tested, within the timeorvanrlbed..&>y I.woeth. J. W. SIMPSON
i IG to another they would only I *6tb day-of .m A. D. iwn. JTR.) I
'LY'I wllrbe forever barred
,eat good food. and keep their bowel Hii.wife'sent for physician but:before _ |> EI.L LESLEY same- -- NANCY BBLLK WHITE. ,
with Dr. he could arrive another coughing Clerk :""J f the Circuit Court In and for the (0I10' Adnlnlitratrlx Vi. ': '
regular-} King' Mew Life of Estate of Henry Barber. DENTIST Of and will find
and Oacrola. us
spell came on Dockwell died from Clerk state of Florida, and ex-ofnclo Deceased.Notice. you \ :
Pill, their .trouble. ,would all pass of the Board of County Commlaiiouen:
Office "
Prompt' relief and .uJrocatloo.-St. Louis Globe Democrat. of said Couo.... over Oaeeola Phsrmacy
absolutely
awayv quick cure everything
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Dec. 1st. 1901 of Annual f
: Meeting
Y for liver and stomach trouble.,25o at OFFICE HOURS J 9 a. m. to 12 m.
'o.oeola-Phannacy; guaranteed: have Ballard'sHoreboitinct saved hlmv 25o -Syrup would How to Start a Balky Horse. Notice If hereby given that the annual meet. r 1:30 to 6:30 p. m fresh, pure and satls.factory. ;
t COc and $1.00. lug of the alockholder of the Le I'arcoui Telephone No. 76 Jun 6, Ivr.
The Overload'United Sold by Tbomaron Roberson. Some years aero In Cincinnati, dur- Cattle Company will *. held at tbe ortlceof In the end .

t' o'f'' ''leave Chfoago'dai1' at 8:00 p. m. via Holiday Rates tOil the noon hour, In one of the busiest aid January company MB 1908.In ,KUalmmee the ........belu.City, Florida the Moond on Faa TBOMAO011.Pkyslclai: it cheaper buy i
the Chicago Union Pacific and North- streets, a horse attached to an ez: Tuesday In sal I month, at the hour'of in a. m. aj4 aerg.e. to ,
Western Line. Electric lighted; Less Via Atlantic Coast Line to all points press wagon became balky. Many eTANLEY H. DULLOCK.KlKlmmee ALL CALLa AMIWBBBD. really good Groceries. '
than three day en ,route. Over the East of the'Ml.sissIppi'and South of remedies were tried without effect. "crela'V I
.Id..c..pia.
tbeOnloand Potomac fl*.. Dee 1Mb. IMS. .*.i 3l.KI881MMEE.: . '
double track between Rivers ,
only railway tickets Presently oDe 6f -Cincinnati best .
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Offl_ ..... '33.
Chicago and tbs Missouri River. The will be sold Dec. 22nd, 23rd 24th. known horsemen csinealong, When
{ Notice ol f Annual : FLA HOGAN & FLOYD.
r beat of' erythinQ. Booklet.; map., 2Sth, 3Oth,\> Slit and Jan., 1st limited be saw the trouble he simply asked for Meeting. . ..
y. 'hotel list* and fulllnformatloas about to Jan;4th. To certain points Westof a'lloOoe. which.was given him. Then The annual meeting; of the stockholders of '

California' : gees onreceipt of 4 cents&lw the .-NI..l..ippl and North of the be asked the driver to ltft'up one foot the hold United at the office Land of Company the of. Florida.will *be*, p.A. VANS AGNEW ;

fa W, B. Kniikern, P. T. M., Ohio, and Potomac! Rlvws. tickets of the horse, and with the stone be Florida, at II o'clock a. ... on Tuesday, tbe Mh HARRIS' SANATORIUM.

. 'Of _A N.W. R...*CblcajlO. will be oo sale Deo. :gist 22nd and truck the shoe a umber of time. day of January, inn for the election, of director I I ATTORNEY AT LAW......, I I. on,. R. i_ i HAl.;'lt;..
t 23rd limited *and for mob other bu.lo.a. a* com =
to return 30 may
day from '
"Now, be said to the driver I ANn NOTARYPUBLIC .
'get
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before the ,
-1MI'M Haralyaia. date of sale.- ' meetlnf 1 'SUaKIBRY. AND OBMBRAL MBDl'dMES.Offlo .
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: upon your.eat and drive om. Kllmme, Fla. Dee 2Zn" 1MM.U.
.., : w. 'P,. Bally. Pi ir>. True.-Texas; 'Tu teachers1 and studente'surrender.log "' This the driver did, a.oelamid the . W. WARD Ihore&ar). KISS1MMEE.' FLA. .er.,11 to!;4 to<.
l ,'ltel: )l, wife had. been Buffering certificate signed by Buperlntendents cheers of the by .ta.ad. _._ The horseman ' . D.. N. M. HKQQtaT.BYB ,
: .fl*. year* with" paralysis lo her arm. Principles or Presidents tickets said be bad no. Idea' why this Stockholders BAR, MOBS! AND TBerOAtY t-
', L. : wbssll was persuaded to use Ballard'. will be sold.Deo, 17th to 24th 1 tnolusiva made-a balky horse ro,' but, hi had _"--_ _.- Meeting.- J M.-Wi'LLSON, Jas-:; Offloaj Hours,a;!K 1*. I, t to 4 ,
....aVooir I4n nnt,-which cured he all limited to. $.. 6th. found it an : The anniul meetlo"uf"; .Stockholder of ORLANDO.. -' ,- '...LO..ID"t t
unfailing remedy.Buys. ,
Btate ,
Bnk of Ellmae .
of "
.......,.' : also j need It tor-old Rates On sad on* ,third tare plus. will be held In I e director .I at"laid bank Fla :__. ( NOTARY PUBXIC... ) _, .

e1. .arid .ldD.eruption Zoo.. for round trip. : : -: W, J. gear went to Miami/ to un January llth .... to elect dli' i>tor* lot .,' Ij: STATE'AT. LAKOE.> C
r\:tr i .''.8olcl ,b/.. Tbomasoqnn J. O. KiRKLANDb DI!. Pa,.. AM.Tampa attend the meeting of lobe State. Teacher eninins may oome year sad before lo transact said mtwtlnK.aneh Uu>r bnatnmsa Real' Estate Agent. They re'good1 forbore ".., w.s'r..tl;
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I, Association. M.B.CAIWOtt/O.ahIer, ICISSIMMEB.. FJLORtOAc i\-t:

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rue Klsslmmee Valley Gazette Me". J< tQ. Campbell arrived las) --

Saturday from Port Deposit, Md., tc:; Mr; add. Mr., M. Cbsner visited
TKUBPHONBNO.11."PUBLISHED spend tU,.winter here with his family: Lyceum Orlandogresterday.- .'
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Madison's Mammoth Monachs .ai t Judge; L. A. Minx made a business The Ocklawaha
EVERY VRIDA. Y. Opera House Deo. 29ih and' 30tb. trip to Orlando yesterday : Nurseries::


W. .B.,; ._JUPIHia.: build Frank a Tatraara nf'lw' /foot'nsbFthaalauncha: :.: spend Mr. Christina Edgart Oliver with his came mother.Montauk home. to
-"'"" Attraction ToOraget/rowen/ who ;peottotlsi.rg. th.tftr.v.* tats
off lalar Weather Report'' which be '"'"I-1" the fishing busl- I ) : Ladle'. Quartette next: ,...... w* want to seed oar nee ...&. ... .. v bleb Ia.. jut bees ,

A'.**.. TRna.rvas-/case 1:*!>!.. bees.consult Thursday; evening.. Lyceum. allrso'Verily pnblUl cd sod reedy for dUtrlbtitkia. w. have ....,.. TUDMOAT *VE*.".. Des 28 1908. E. II. E te, before haying, t 1 eiOMI/ tbs d... < pD..' o( he eliriu' '1'I&II'lt411', ''''la riorida

-- your bouse wired for electric lights. the weather is out of Joint.. I (Inecims.'.dw.-b.Ire.wa '_'IIly.! abt.teformsdoato_
sr... Mln. Rain- Mr..C. W.' Orima .. We are now having a regular 1' Dew sod eM rowers. Our eltrns tress are tb.ctlmax of .>.>.

_.- --..... -(.II. '''up to ptD'alltle and tail env family Christmas went. .JTHE.I I rainy season In !midwinter. summer.l' looo. and only vsluablo varIHi..u.-pr.paeM.d Is our ......." iriM. lt
II will .
with their .' b to your Iaen.I to'look that list ever, sad w.b.
/rlde l 76 M uncle, Mr. Isaac. Awn and Don't fail to see John Thompson, Hew rno wlll'1cl(1 i ...ai _. '
amll '. t: ( 10. :you pMroiM nfur ,4..S'"
.w. _
/ tnr.l, ..r. .... .. 77 0.1 M"M ) ? the funny man at. the
Opera House Ib..I.d\l..III.nla .
annAey ...... ... 71 M MontaukLADIES w. hive M oAr you. .p.ogl.! lndaem.att lo
Moti'luyWo ,f.. ,('.4t'f M 43 16 Phone your wants, we do. the ..runolog. tomorrow night.. . .OHM wee plr lh.lrnrd.r. now for fall and wlulor. plaatla
'"....""+:.. .'. . .fill 4'1' ..Mr. H. M. Pt DD'ret.uroed Atwol <.ly, no white .,. 9
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rhnr.d.v< ...vt... 07 M '.11I, IflssUo.ucllfDauG. .Co(1' NY. QUARTETTE.: from a business trip to-Ft. Myers and i i .'I

= '. Henry' I ;Overitreetcarae" home," from' ,other points on the.West. Co.asl. ,I THE OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES ':':1I
4'- M1MPHON.. Winter .
A. Parlr, where' he Tomorrow .
__ running a night ( )
r packing house for Slight &.. Co., to Thompson will appeal in his character I I .O. W.: CONNER. PRO.. TANea..IN..LA
.Our rates'for Insertion.oYradvertlsementi spend Christmas. ALL STAR AlftlSTS.) sketch performance. Don't faJl to sea t -A I
among the reading matter -on 'Lowt'l' prlcfs, la Fresh Meats at aim.
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this page late cents per line each in- Osceola Meat Market. .. .. .n'cv Rer. C.'E. Jones left yesterday! for
Thoy please. 0

.serllon.. _ at Mr.Sarasota E. M.,Powell visited, rapt the family. of convicts of 'his High Class fall bliiAicalConcert.to! Presbyterian Sanford he J will for goon a College short- to ISuntisto visit at that alter vlsltthe which ""t'tt"' ';" ttir'1' ''if'tt; lItytt""trttt1Y""i1ft1tt1f" " " t ""ttt,

I rathei-ln-law C. J. place .
-0000000000 pt. V\\ ; Collier a '
few days,the early part of the week.. ' Miss Albert Bin ton will entertain" I WATERS & CARSON GROCERY GO.
tbe.Oir-l.
New line of lace collar Club; and their young min ,
fLocal' News.iboooooocooQpeoooooooooeocK. just arrived Friends at the home of her parents, ,

,-.. at KANNJCH & Co. OPERA HOUSE ',.- Prof and' Mrs. W. U.. Hlntoa'tbls :=. AGENTS FORMAPeS -- ::::
Mr and Mrs. J. K. nilnunn "f Tt"..:. evening.) ==
I wick* returned hums!'; Tuesday,' after' The- who stole ;
negro. the bicycle !
FERTILIZERS ..
,; _, \\ ade, the Tuner, Orlando. tf pending Mrs.. Roma Christmas Thomas here with Mr. and Thurs. Jan. 4th. from Mr. J. Campbell's; porch last .
Mrs.
Ollsson. week:,> +'ai tried before "
Judge :
county ::::
Fewer gallons; wears. longer; Devoe. and Mrs?Thomas are slaters., . .- ,- -. --,. ... W. It. Johnston and sentenced;to four ::::So

For Clothing see Stanford. KATZ is agent for Edw.. V. Price & Miss C.reekmore 'of the High Schools I Otnhg.iip the county chain gang.,. E E Highest Grade Best Crops-Largest Returns!:

.' Next Monday: Is Rule Day, Co. the largest Custom Tailors In spending the holidays. at her home Among the pleasant holiday social E' '
Chicago would be glad to take your in Live Oak.:: functions was the entertainment of the Perfect'Safety in Their Use. i
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White Star LaundryCrrY BAKERY.Ilfgularntfellng order for a fall suit or Overcoat. Girl's Club and their. f '
young gentlemen I -
Miss Alleen" MOOD Rrof. aDd Mrs M. H. Smith are friends on Monday evening b ;
of the teachers
of the School one *
Board spending th holidays
with Mr. Smith
next Tuesday.SuUoo.rlttU' I In the Live Oak:: ugh School parents at Lakeland .' .Mist Mabel Parker. : Send:for Circulars showing danger 01 using Acid .3 "

arrived Saturday night to spend Rev C. 13. Jones and family went Materials on our light'sandy soils, and how great .-
at, KATZ'S. Christmas with her parents It.,. and Thad Oliver Is-at home from 'Col down lu Barlow, and spent Christmas; t losses 'were farmers last :::&
!Mn. J, It. Moon. loge Park 0& where he madelby' year throughout:
ls
Almost: January Yet, and not the >-attending with Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hebb. They the : .,,
ellKhM touch of frost yet If you have any laundry to send school for the holidays.Mr. returned home on Wednesday and report I : State, a ,
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Fine Clothing at KANNER it Co. away, and want It "done MO" In good J. T. Seymour v Bntup to Jacksonville a most enjoyable visit, UaLIaLLUI 1 tLIUtUtflULULLLLULII1U11ILUtUL1I1LLLULL1La i { U1Ul .J.
shape phone. the City. liskery. Monday night on a short Don't -fall to" bear the Montauk.
Mr A. F.. Prougbt, of Key West.. business trip. Ladle
Quartette at Opera Uouto next
Cape!;; Mating,. Miss Mating and --
wa here on business" this week. Messrs. P. A. and E. 0. ,Vans Agnew Jas. OKerry, Eugene Bryan and Tbursda'Jan i 4. Lyceum attraction '11 iC.

All kinds of toys for the little ones made up a pleasant party, who went 1 Elmer< Cape came home from the State Reserved seat now on sale atKis.

at Stanford'.... ; out to' parcoossoe and spent Christmas University to spend the holiday immee Drug Co. '

Lieut.-Col... J K.: Cadman, of Nar- at the "Point.! Orange. growers complaining Mr. A.. W. Crosby, postmaster at A.. CARSON.0N. M. L[[. N..B. CARSON,, ,t

cqssce, spt'nT"sda)' In Iowa.IMllne Victor records 35o anjd OOc. .Call on that. the unusually warm wet weathers Adner. a new. postofflce recently established presld..t. Vlo.-Preatd.at. CufcUtvState
our agent. or write METROPOLITAN causing the fruit to rot on the trees.. in the lower part of the NK1ssimtnee
of 1I01i ay. Goods at Stanford county, spent yesterday; transacting Bank of Kissimmee <
TALKING MACHINE Co., Jacksonville,
'N. ; Fla. Miss M. C. Bryan left Tuesday for business in town., Mr. Crosby was ao ,
wanted.
MUs Lfllle Ilaggerly." of M'acon. Agents Miami to attend the annual meeting companied. by Mr.. Crosby and the .' Fla.PMDLJJI .
Messrs. J. L. heathen and li. N. of the Teachers Association, which I.in is baby. ,,,
Mrs. F. Butler.
Ou.. is viiiltlng 11.
session In that -'
Uration shot two fine wild gobblers In City this week. -

For inside lrlDll'lee E. M. Estes. Finny Point Tuesday morning, the Her, B. Q. Denham came from The next Lyceum attraction will be 'CAPITAL. .........i..y..,.....'. C SO COO OO4TOCKHOLDBRS

Prof Walter Coiner of Basslnger largest of which 'weighed. twenty. Winona Park and preached up lu the one Montauk of the Ladies best of Quartette theseason.at .Opera The I LIABILITY...;......sir. eo OOO 00 '

II pending holidays here with his pounds. Christian Church last Sunday. He Housenext Thursday; Jan.. 4. Reserved DEPOSITORS SB IJJtlTY.;.*...,.......*..,r '100 000 00 L'
parents. New line of silks and ribbons at wilt also preach here again next: Sun seats now. on sale at the Kls - -: '

SmokeKey West Havana, the best KANNKK & Co. day.Mr. immee Drug Co. Prompt and Careful Atte'atlon 'give to all matters ..-

60 Cigar on the market. Mr. Wm. Huntera" prominent C. G. Hicks, of Key West, and A. W. Wyodbam' moving,ylctture\ trussed to ua. Excbaatces good at all. polat sit cheapear'ratea. : '+ '
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of Tampa andreferee In ... 'student of the State. University, '
attorney show two In
returned gave performances the '
Doctor D N. Breaker has + .
YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED.
bankruptcy for this district, was lit" stopped over here a few-days with his Opera House Christmas day Itt 1.VVVVVVVVVWVVVVVVVVVV
West from Coast.-evangelizing toujr.T- 'on the town on professional business! last friend Eugene Bryan on his way hometo matinee Inlhe afternoon and a regular .
,
Tuesday. spend'tbe holidays. performance in the evening. Borne of \ .

Wear" a Coat Shirt. Get'em' at HORSES FOB SALK.-Forty head of) Rev. J. L. Moon( Mrs. Moon and Mr. Wyndhatn's.. pictures are unusually .

Dana's. good horsed and mules for sale at toy Master Henry left Wednesday night flood and distinct, Ibis portrayal . '. "

The Stale .Hank Of Klsstramee complimented stable. J. W. MILLER.Mr. for Fort Myers, where Mr.; Moon was of the Japanese-Russian naval .
Us Christmas with stationed' by the Methodist conference battles being especially fine.
patrons .Lamons, of M ad.son count'came .
.
I leather books. for the ensuing year. Dow'lerra Indian
neat pocket : down and Christmas with Billy the Chief.
Private Table Board. hit brother Mr.spent K. Lampns, of N Rev. L. 'J. Jenkins, the new pastor who came up from the Everglades to 'I :LET US o .
Mas. HELEN PERDEW. of .Methodist. church will arrive spend Christmas with Mr. J. M. Wll 1' _
'' tome. with hi. family tomorrow Saturday) son,.Jr.,-returned to his uatlve>haunt. 0
Now that the holidays are over, and will preach In the Methodist'I on the Steamer Lillie 1 Wednesday .L7 Help :you answer the question What
the tourists will begin to arrive .in. Fine line of DressIngCases, Smoking church Sunday morning and evening 'morning. BillyJhad' great tlm *.
large numbers.New Set., China Novelties, etc. at Stanford's. during his stay, here He attended shall I Give ?
arrived -_ Rev. L. J.. Jenkins the new Methodist three Chrlstmaa tree., from all 'of .
line of dress goods just will ,
pastor preach next Sunday .
which he received
at KANNEB' A Co. W, L. Van Duxorand W. 'Simp morning and evening. Is'desired numerous approprate
present Op Sunday Mr, W'II.oa|
\ The Iowa council will hold 'their son, of Klsslmroe, aroOsceola-coun- that a large congregation will turnout carried him out, to preaching the 4,,9 A few things we have in stock. Manicure Sets,,,Comb ,
residents with
'regular monthly meeting next: Tues- ty They fraternizing are altheUillsborougb Tampafriends. : and bee- him at both services.I Baptist Church; ,, and on Monday and Brush Sets, Mirrors Military Brushes, Glove'andtt

day night. .-,',,.. ,*, ,., ?. :, . I.I Tampa Tribune.. i -.' will be absent for -the next few afternoon he''attended the moving Handkerchief BoxesCut; Glass, Clocks 1 Bibles, BooVs, .j Ch'
;
show the ,
You will save moo.,' by ,trading I at George Gilbert has the finest'line of days tlesdeslrlLg, but wiU cleaning=return or next pressing week. "Par-done He picture expressed himself at as Opera highly please House i '7 and Dools."... Many and all pu-jces.: '. .O, : A 'i>\ ,W,7 .f. /
the Cash Bargain Store, ; -;>.1, ,, ;,. : ", i ' *tfi -, I
-. ; ' \. Wall Paper In town; See: him about will please hold work until my re with, his trip aid hale, probable that be T .. 'f"
' oommlriloneri' meet papering house. ', ., will anu spend Christmas her "" : ; .
The county your ; turn. SER!G FLEMING.STRAYED. try ''' ,. ,: r :.' .

In regular session next Monday., Jan. T. P. Warlow-;' Esq < .of'Orlando, .-Pointer pup 0 months again a.. a year. hence. OSCEOLAg !'. l r.; .,...,...o'r'...! .-'. ,. ,;I
let luou.\ $; .
Deputy Grand Master, for this. district ;
; old; white!, with liver colored spots on "
New silk waists and :jackets a'kANNER attended the 'special Communication head and shoulders.. Five dollar reward ; S '
& Co. for the installation of officers held by for Information that will lead to PHARMAQY. _
f
Orange Blossom Lpdge F, .&A. M_ his recovery. F; MIJJDLERROOKS. KissimmeeLrug : ,
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Mr. Melon Bell and little son, of last Wednesday eveoloif.! -j
Athburn Ga., are visiting relativesin As "a result of Christmas eve coming VVVUV VV VVVV 'F
town. For the cheapest. meat" to be had go on Sunday this ;year the merchantsdid a
to the an unusually large business On ,
Medium and.' :heavy weight Tinder- 'OsCEOLA..MBAT.J.IARKET.. Christmas day, Otherwise the day Co. ... Is. '.
wear for and women at KATZ'S.Mr. -- jo. .
men passed off about as usual family reunions . .
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Ve'w.nt.. all the'news. If knowof -
J. O. Gottwalles came home } you and turkey dinners being.the : ,' C. A. CARSON, Pr*.ldat.' N. C, BRYAN,hcrel."" ..
an item of general Interest, or have a n. .
from Land Pebble to spend the holiday order of the day. \ ,
friend visiting you, don't fall to let us .TZ3C E1: '
with his family. know about it. It is a courtesy you Drs. R. and OGoldsteinOptlc Spe- ; A

If you need a* nice hand bag go to owe your guests.- -" cutlets -oH 'Lou."mer .Ky.f. _ill"be :'C9@-..: ; ; ---S "

KANNKU & Co.: for it. Medium and heavy weight underwear at Hotel Tobopelcallga Jan. 3rd. . 'Carson' _;Cor
& Grocery *
Waters :
Their star will be' only for a few days, ,
Miss LJllle Farnsworth Is ..t..home for men and women atKANNER and persons who have defective _

to from spend Sanford the holidays.where she Is teaching' I I F. M. Oliver Esq..' ', one of the& Co.most should. T .-call-and.- see-them-at _once..._.. eyes_ .THE__ ... STORE"OF'h _ _'; _.QUALI..____.__.._rv_._ _,_ .' W.ol..I. sad Retail D. I....I. -- : .. '
Mr. L. E. Barbeau assisted by Mr.
Largest collection. of Dolls 'sever prominent lawyers of. Savannah and P. G.- .Wtjite is now'busily engaged inputting __._-5--- Fi O c5ERXEiS,
brought to Klssimmee at Stanford's.New a member of the board of Alderman together-bis fine 32 foot launch G _
of that city, accompanied<< bv-hls wife. 0 '
line of fall and winter Clothing which he purchased sometime 811'0aud : inra
at KATZ'S.Mr. has been" spending the holidays with had shipped here knocked dawn. For

at Narcoossee. H. 8. Pike for, wbb the .past-be living several his returned mojher.Mr.J to Savannah: ,. H.pllver.They last: night: : Mrv ..Uarbsau..expects..toJiavje..berready for the water. In about .three. --- FinoStationeryPerfumes ,--.-- -., _' '4,. COONTY AOaj! _PORS's: _.'- w*

years, has removed to Daytooa. GO to MRS. CHANDLER for Christmas weeks. Y

Stanford's. line of Clothing \''Is .Millinery. Special prices' Ernest' Overstreet. went up to "'al&. Toilet Articles, Etc.,.. ir A Celebrated ".Fertilizers ,.. .CRATESaItA1N "A

rlght.-up-tu now In style) and .finish, There was probably lore buslpei land Wednesday', to take charfce of hisfatbet" ET c. .'' :
and his. done by our merchants last Saturday packing house at .that place. S
prices are right. .
than on any other ODe day In Mr. Overstreet, we understand' will WELEAD. -- .Circular sat Prt_; .... ,_ ::
Mr. J. L. Collier a prominent youngattorney the history of the town. The streets return to Ktsalmmee and put in the Fr.l.... a A..I1tlo.. "I :::
of Uradentown, visited hiecousin were thronged with holiday shoppersfrom remainder1 of the season looking after pr
J. W. Collier, of this place a early morning until late at night the shipping of the fruit which he purchased .
few days this week. seemed have of from the Waters & Carson : '
all
and to, plenty Grocery Co. .HIDES P U JK .8' W Q dL' ;
to spebd. -
Let us be your tal'.or, we are the money ,
The just paused has been "the "WE DO THE RUNNING." .
.
for the house In year
only agent E. M Estes u prepared to do inside tCou
Bloc <
most in the history'of !
Buffalo Desbecker. KANNE&& Co.& Co. '. "wiring for electric lights at Klssimmee prosperous and Osceola County and Phone .41. =try :E=Produce. "er Speblalt3r.W.L.VanDuzor&Co. : ..
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reasonable prices.Mr.
.
the outlook:: for 'the. future is yen I..
Mr. Fv H. Lawson canj'e up from and Mr. F.. A. Hambleton; of bright. The orange cattle and fish Kissimmee Co etis AtM
Arcadia where he Is engaged In the Rising Sun Md. arrived last Saturday industries are In a. most flourishing Drug ,

orange business" to spend. Christmaswith to spend the winter.with Mr. J. condition and there Is plenty of work: ", ,
his family. *. W. H tnhlAton Mr. HamhlnUm isrepresentiegyOrifflth'and at'good wages for all who want it. JOHN QVIRBTrlKETBicycle oOoooooooooooOooooooo ..li g. c"W.

The City; Bakery Is agent for the ;: yd.-fertilizer Mr W.SrJr Orelstreethas.. pun .AL..T.OV..T..T I)1 H. TOWNSEND. I. .

White Star Laundry. -the best In the manufacturers, of Baltimore, chased from the Water & Carson ( I -.cw.u. b
State. and while here will combine businesswith I
Grocery Cootpaby, about nine thousand 1 A""+D W TCHMAKKH 1
Mr pleasure. bones of fruit, which had been Shop. t r 4. ,
Miss and Johnston
Sturkey
teachers In the High School, are Kanner & Co. Leaders Inlow prices bargained for by the Company, and I 4 .' 20 YEAR. CQOUO .: "-

pending the holidays; at their homesIn are glad to anouoce- the public of which represents the bulk of the Bicycles. funs, Pistols, BROKER'SREAL I 'PILI.KO OA...<1SUQIN ....w.L.. !'' ' '
Klssimmee that we are getting In fresh erop'remalnlDIr on the. trees in. the it '
Dade tI
.
Cltyr OM WAL THAW. .;15:
Etc. short .
County. repaired
goods'every day give us a' fair trialit on '

..." the Fifteen latest Hundred up-to-date Dollars Kirsohbaum worth Clo"g of Is only for your benefit. Capt. J. J. Mitchell, formerly; notice. 'e'STA'TE, Ut

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conductor the Atlantic Coast Line,
on
',:" just received' at Stanford'.. A. a re.ult.01 large Christmas Mayor'celebration Court) was but latterly) a special police officer of We guarantee our work to'civa AND. INSURANCE I 4 f

The only original John Thompson an uDu'sally St. Petersburg, was stabbed and In- "
In his funny character sketches at the. I held Tuesday, morning.his honor Therewere Mayor stantly.kllled by a, negro at that place satisfaction? ,or money will be .J, ,

Opera House tomorrow night. fourteen caseslbefpre on Christmas day. The negro, was i I
twelve of whom '
were convicted refunded.
'Aderbold arrested and placed In the town cal- t litacll. Mad to Ordr.' ,,, i
't.rr,. E S. and daughter, most of the cases were plain a' v/hloh broken Into by : 4''hr
Mil Diets and In view of the season the >ooae was : an : We ate also Agents for 'all, kindsof la Stencil Metal and
Florence; last week: for drunks,* Infuriated mob of Citizens ana the, : Every thing 11
Miami to spend the holidays wlth'Mr.j Mayor let them off with light fine. negro rUUHed'wltb.' bullets. Bicycles, and iave'the' ex. Rubber Stamps; Line Of -'regular
... A. Dann and Stencils, Ink, Brushes, Pads etas on I
family. For particular l' about laundry work We- now 'have our 'new gasoline elusive Agency of the County baud at aU t.lmee. Linen Marker ,
Stetson Hats KANNKH & Co. phone the City Bakery Our boy 1 Is 'marking' and, Individual
at try wrlne-connected up with the presses !stable, .
our t3.6() paLeD" leather .sloes they. always ready to I call and get .your and Iqs Valley Gazette was worked off for the'f&m.OU8.Racyclu.. . ineos. : A,' M. NICHOLSON1 !,

are guranteed. packages;; by power for the first. time last week- furnished 'on applica ' ..,

Messrf. W.: S. 3f' Oveirtireet"aDdoame "Mrtr Molll.*rProctor-rarrlTed -tola Ac coos a, we get every thing.to work ,Oatilougos.... !
_sMANTlllfI y"
Dtov.Mfoed.we "
Roy Over.trpe down from WinI week from Georgia to spend the winter lag smoothly, it .is our Intention to tlbn.Ototreet. t WOUIC
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Mr.J.a..Gilbert. Jr. an all paper which will Bio' : ..; ,
Park. where they are engaged ID with her Sister, will pint furnish Wood, d.Uj .0 4
' ablpDlll1f 'fruit w .;spend Chrlt4D M.... Proctor spent last winter.here relieve the crowded"condition OYerstre f red to any part of towns M tl.OO per 'pdNSI UN OPlIPNOTACLSS1.
wf & *
wit the hums toile.. They rrtflrnd Mid her many friend will be glad to of our homepage,; and enable. Strand.' MAtMARO Lxntaat: .Co. ... JFTvi exMlNs pIIU '-. .. ',J
-OD,-ru..da; J. welcome her return.' .u. to give more local pew. j : -- .J ,. .; .
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H OPEN' DOOR: is'' Fri'sperminenttgenteds So Bra. or nervousness I AGONY OF' SORE> HANDS ''srAfE. LOSES ITS SUlTe. I I A WAR IN'Desperate :MOSGD1

DITCH: IN LIMELIGHT ASSURED, after drat day's use of Dr. Kline's GreatNerve .- ,
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"_U r ...atrial. bottle andtreatlsafree
; >
i Dr.RH.Ki.iini. Ltd..081 Arch BKyPlUla.. fa. era""... and *>.l-rf-W>'.. ..<) H_tC Quarantine fight .Against Atlanta
,,' Most I Important: Feature of Treaty : a.tnl lBt.BM rut*-Could Do lif.Do. Qeorflla
; WluMut Authority oaya
In a recent burglary London; the rob .. ._.rk"!"Vrr 'Or..(&,f.' .
'Isthmian Between ,Japan and 'China ben used a new weapon. t* Oatlesmt. !Supreme Court.j:6cautte .' and Deadly: 8a'tBe \
Affairs
to Fu'llyt
Bo In RelaUonJo Manchuria "My hands. cracked; and peeled and were. r .-:- we Troops and

Probed by 'Congress, A Washington special says some I Mrs. Wln.low's-SoothingSyrup lor InflamtnB'tlon.allnya Chtldreo.tpetbJnIJ..oftellt 00 sore it was impossible l for me to do my : the :Injunction suit rought Rebelw" ,
the ffuma.rtduem
in I .
homework. If 1 them water wasin
put board of hesuui
the bar wind oolla.aao.a bottlo. tuu.tj"IJI i4' butte
Important Details of treaty psln.cures : by
agony for hour, and If I tried to co6k .
.tween Japan an4 China signed/ a few 'Plentiful: salt:' are the rulein t tie, 'diamond ' the heat caused me intense pain. I consult ;..uIUlUlc, At1ailW 'btMu'4..ot healrut THOUSANDS ARE ]
days atHPokln have reached the market. ed two doctor,' but their prescriptions SLAl
: .BEGINS AFTER HOLIDAYS ago pLOVCM4/ ik".JAH.v.I.. :bY tine lai2erwtltt
: state department cable. China consents I were utterly usele**. Mow after using ODe
TliO'K Cure I.the beAt medicine we ever used< cake of Cuticura.Soap and-one box: of Cup. = \ the taW quarantine regulau1tumdunu4 Places.
to lease to Japan the Ltao Tung throat and lungs.*-W ( :
for nil affections" of ticura Ointment my band are entirely _On.. "R"cport Number'Of
peninsula at the southern, extremityof O. E ax Vauburon Ind.. Feb 10, 1000. UJA recent ytivovt lever _*pi- '
Nominatlons -the seat : well. 1 am hateful: (Biped) Mrs.Minme Victims .
Senate Hctds Up of ...:. very at ..IS.COO..nd the
which Is Port Arthur and. Dalnyr: All sise* and
Waterway CommlesleBsrsPress This territory was formerly neld by to tw in demand. --- f.Lu4I bUiv card and its members the Saenss ef Horror
i Agent' Bishop Attract I nusaJp. under leasa front .China. China "IN'ADAM'S FALL." i I
OuaMMitcwt Care for Puss
A Wvl'cnUI court of Georgia Thursday
Attention. concedes to Japan the, control of the Itching! Blind Bleeding, ProtrudingPilee. aundayechoolTeacher-Now, Children The I
correspondent! of The
railway of the peninsula1 t northward as Drujrplata are authorised to refund money If was Ado.m.vor. )' happy I la the 'lUVUI'.t the decision l of .b JTultoo superior II London c

A: Washington special aof-s: The far as Chang Chin This Is'one of the l'aao OiDtment fallS to cure 1118 to 1.lIaya.6Oo'1| Garden of Edon court in granting the Injunction Daily. Telegraph at St., Petersburg.a

u, ) senate is to have a Paname. cooal in- spurs. which connects with the. Russian Many German women's, clubs are now' .."Chorus of Pupils-Yeasuml! prayed, : _for. ,her.25'says dispatch dated' at GaS: p..m.- Decent,,

a' veatfgatlon.' Immediately. atter- the Siberian railway system producing, cooking boxes, Teacher-And what -great misfortune The time baa of course passed when. : 11ft f

committee on In- China also con'cedellr to Japan the happened which ended Ills.. happiness tho decision affect situation "Al an cUlT_ hour this morning thjl
!i holidays the senate Itch luMd'la: 80 minutes I>y Woolford'sFsnltary '. can the casualties at
Moscow ..t1mt.te41'
:were ]
terocesnlo'canals is going to pull the ,right to build a railway from AnTungon Lotion; never falls. Hold byDruggists. ? ouo'way or another because the statequarantine
r; Mall orders promptly flllojby Chorus-Tbo Lord mad 1m a Wife l at 5,000 killed and 14,000 'Woullde4.'witb '
Yalu river to Mukden the ,
the an-
situation. "declared
.
canal waa off with the ;
lid off the -Panama t>r, Dctcbon, Cranfordnlllo, lud. '!. the lighting still ,
Loader
Leading republicans on too coiflmlt- clca capital of Manchuria 'probably Cleveland __ advent. of cold weather; but the decision proceeding! '
y along the of tho famous old military Thorb ia- -railway; over the Egyptian. "The: Inhabitants of Moscow havtl!{
have determined that in the light rite desert will be of wide lutorest on account
lee
... U. Cured: t been forbidden to leave their .'
or'caravan road' __________ ___ Dkfa CuBoot dwellIngs
concerning high of the fact that it is ali 4p51i"
: of. the "revelations while :
oonnot reach the alter '
.by local application a*they seven o'clock la the .:
all the BELCHINC. evrung. *
Most! Important of provision. 'STOPS
at salaried. :and the suspicion of general -- dl.eo ed portion of tho ear Tbert It only ODe ont vlcwry' for the Atlanta board of *' !/
with the ofV ytroaty a ah article whereby to our deafness. and that Is by oonati- ;
extravagance in connection Car. Rail r8r.ath-restIIv.. amt Tnalamt way health It really leaves the situation

can al ....u..A-Ir... 4.w* c... .due thA -flenato.--.. and China agrees to open to world's commerce ? Core Vr._?(c. Iby )...._Cur... tutlonal Inflamed remeiileit.oondltloa Dearness of ttie mucous la eauiad lining by aa of Just where It stood before the suit' "It on Is impossible account of to the'move. about ths'1City :

the people .that-all the tact '" >e dla and trade all principle ports Altaorptlnn.A .. the Eustaohlan" Tube. when this tub Uln- for Injunction was filed. .. frequency cf'rtray i
' senators care and cities, Including Harbin, the .modern sweet breath I. pncrlesa. flamed you have a rumbling sound or Ituporot / bullets. Many Innocent peflOlll']
ty dosed. Republican :are Russian of the province MuU'a ntilelch Wafers wilt cnrc bad hearing, and when I It i* vntlrxly ol eed In other words,, the supreme, court here-Been accidentally killed. .*
feeling of antagonism capital brt-nth ; and union the) Inflame did not Into the merits of the :
tul'to disclaim any and had taste inatantly. Belching Deafness U tho result go case; The
toward the president In thla and Its Important railroad centers and lad taste imtirate off.n.ir. breath mutton CAD be taken out and this tube restored It did not decide whether or not the same correspondent telegraph.
thus increasing in the opinion of the vhth; i. due to stomach. trouble. to Ra normal oond,tlon, bearing! will lug at 10:38: P m., says: ,ffl
lr determination, but it U the intention Hull's Antl-llolch Wdfcr. purify the 1>e destroyed J forever. Nino caaiM out often city boards of health must respect tnV "The Moscow -corre poodenu' tels.1
this necessary state department officials, the. financial stomach and aba< rbmx caused ..atanll which Lnothing but aa '
of the committee to consider atop, belching. by > are by regulations of the state board; tSe
Sl'r be .uccelle of the long struggle by foul aaes that arms. from unclijr tcj fond inflamed oondltlon of the mucous surface grams hare not bgen. accopted because .<
In order that they In possession the United States for the open door.. and by: supplying tlio"diff"' U\o organs with. We will give One Hua.lredDolian for any court merely said the state board of jill private messages ware h j
of all the facts necessary for natural solvents for food earn of{)ncasrcaused by'catarrb)that eau health and Its Individual .members fused this afternoon. It Is

them to have in shaping the legislation NEGROES, BLOODY FRACAS. anuses They of relieve any kind.wmi or car. sltkness and clroularefree' F.J.Caniar Haifa Catarrh Co Cure., Toledo Send,for U. had no tight 'to bring.suit aa such because that cannon firing learnednowever Is newt" \1

r :to.govern the canal management They quick'r-cure headache, eorr..ot the Bold by Druggists. 7V. the state board of health Is not proceeding in various parts ot the 1
ill effect of excessive eating or drinking Take 'Iall'. Family 1'1I1.Ir coDSttpatlon. j
In the future.. u corporation and the power to sue
been Bully With Revolver, Attempted to They will destroy l a tobacco whisky. or city: light very near the railroad]
4rt They do not believe there' has Break Up a Christmas Party. oninn breath inttantly. The butcry acaliMt football' la pe waa not given It by the legislature fttfttlon. ,*..be barricades erected ,by?
any graft In connection with the enterprise Thor stop fermentation in the stomach reonlal, asserts the New York Sun by which: it was created. the revolutionists are being deaporst4
The late.t reports received in Valdosta colic :
!acute indigestion cramp, (ti" In the
but the disclosures during Ga., from the fight between Mntnndi and intestines, distended ah! but the season of 190'O! has Introduced It will be recalled that the Atlanta ly defended. :jff"From
the bearings before the committee on domcn. heartburn bn>1 complexion, dirxyvjiplls a new feature. trbusual and! board of health lu $its efforts to enforce fragmentary accounts
in debates of neTO3t at Ewing are that one negro !' or any other adbclion arising froma welcome-results. ra-j
appropriations and the its general Invitation to refugees
colved from )Moscow I' gather that
\ was Instantly killed, five or klx so diHtaaed arnmscli. :
last week la the senate lead them to .Antl.Releh WafcM. will from the yellow fever districts
and \Vc know Mull's : the civil war baa brought no deddv.I)
}+t believe that there has been a good rlously Bounded one 'at least do this, and we want TOil to know it. Cu... Cancer, abed I>uliK>n .and aerofulaIt wont bo far as to undoavof to force
r, mortally wounded. The latter negro l PrrcciAr=: 'Frm.-TIe regular price of you have blood poison |>rolluolog@ruptiOD. action but onlY a thickening ot the
deal of extravagance,. not only In connection Mull'a. .Afill,IMch Wafers i. fiOc. bn'f.-but open the doors of !passenger coaches
was__almost disembowelled by .a load a pimples, ulm>rn. swollen glands, blood cloud an intensifying of the j)
rd with salaries, but in the general to introduce it to thousand of sulTerer/ bumps and rltlOKa, burnlntr, itching ..akIn.eOl' contululns persons. trout the yellow horrors and Increasing' of prevailing,
of buckshot
and carried to Jack
was or' ,
will send two (2) loan receipt
the
af -e upon "r-cQlor"d spot or rub on skin
L conduct of. the commission's- sonville Fla., In 'a dying"condition.. 73! :. and this advertisement. or we will mucous patches In mouth or throat, fallIng fever section which coaches had bitterness. .;

fairs. I This negro whoso name is given an send you a sample: free for this coupon.: hair. bono pain. oil rheumatism or been" closed:: nnd locked by order of "Tb..drlvl g forces behind both the
Confirmations by .the senate 'o[the foul catarrh, take ISotunlo mood Dulm. (II. the state board. It was to )IrevcatInterftrun'o' said the rebels Is longer )
\ill Johnson is said to be the man troops no
U. D.) It kills tho polxrin lot the blood;
nominations of members of the Isthmian who began! the row. He is reportedto 12303! A FLEE tax ,1:10: t. soon all sorts. .eruption heal hard ......11. of this kind by tho'At.. ot enthusiasm or of any human: that

canal commission were considered have entered a house where a party Fend' this with your nameand I lugs HubnltlH. a(5h.*n and ]>iiiD4 stop and npcifeot l.xnta bcujU'u oltsccm that the stab pulse. It U the force of superhuman{

;, Wednesday executive session, of negroes were having a festival and nildreiw ami coupon drugsi.t'e name for a l>'lnod PolBoq.cure In uiado of 'tho worst rnaes of baud nyi
gnd'a motion was adopted calling upon whipping out ax big" pistol with the |J5cc'YIIIJr of Mull'. Ant' llclrli Wafeis, a For <'nne<'n.., tumors. nwol, I'loll. rating dlc>ton for Junction! which JuUguPeDdletcu are not the acts of patriots soldier
5' the president for the return of the that euro for stomach trouble; to sores' ugly: uloors \persistent pimples< of all promptly crcntoJ without otherwise, but the enormities
declaratlcn he proposed to kill
"' kinds, tike to 11 II Ft destroys the 'an-
; notification' ,of the senate's previous the crowd, began shooting. MUJLL'S ORATK Tonic' Co., 328 .Third ver poison In tin blood heals cancer of all even hearing fiort. tho state's coun madmen. ;iI
Ave. Hock ". 111. II II1Iel.
action. All of the negroes belonged to a lInd. kin' .I*. ourrs th. worst, humor or HUpirutlnK : I "It Is impossible to understand how
When this| has been done the nominations Cite rum! Ath ad Write j Plainly.Soli (>\ swellings. lhou"itnda cured by It is this cloclslon that the supreme 1
res. of the
is any emotion even extreme si
turpentine. ramp near Ewing It U. II. II after All\ else ful|\.. It, I) U.
+ again will be referred to the said that four men were'unaccounted : at all diuggista. SOc. per' box. composed of pure botanli lor\odltatl. Improved court hall tee.od. not or\ tae ground despair or bate, can Impart.such tool]
Interoceanie committee cowalderatl the dlgi-nllon, 1.08 the blood rum that the state board was not acting I of the .
fork hardy aa some rebelsdisplay.
canal' for after the melee and it is believed' mud rleh Stops the Hniul It..hlna an'l all courage
nl.Before they were shot and fled to the. woods. There be moments In Theodora sharp! shooting pHliis. Thoro 'gttlf tested within its rights in seeking to.enforce I i
the decision was reached 'mut: with for thirty! jenrs:_ IJt\I&IlIIIIA. tlperhottle,- +.'!ts regulations,-but .on the] ""For every "barricade destroyed
Jf.'o life! when, as .ho toys direciloim, home ":
with oompl..t" for our" '
charges of "railroading" Dominations SHOES TOO GOOD,.FOR HIM. the arnica> bottle! he concludes that. Hampla tree. and prrpHld, by writing Wood ground that! the state board has no Sunday two or three appealed in other

were made by several minority aeaa-. the ct a papa'w1th a reputation Culm Co., Atlanta. fla I>unorll>trouble* legal right to bring: suit against any I IMCOS. Orders were given by the revolutionists
pocesoa
ft tors and countercharges: that the proto nnd free medlcnl advice also pent In meshed l body. shoot -when. there
Farmer Resents Intuit by Murdering. : for strenutnwteas: has Us disadvantages lotter. . .' ; to only
mtantaj .were proceeding in a manner Merchant; In Hit Store. after all. think the 'New was' good hope of brIngIng'a mass

not prescribed bythe rules of the senate Because John Schalr.; A "prominent York Press.. During the month of September STREETS FILLED 4 WITH TROOPS. down.. but ptherwlso to tire out the,

,, were made by republican sena merchant of1 Wathen, Kas.:, told Edward only one Americas was naturalized. In Aryeste- troops until they lost patience. %,
Morris a farmer when the latter Great Britain. Wholesale !pf Leaders: of the "Ili the meantime In their bouses)

tors.The decision developed, the fact that Inquired the price of a pair of For fonclns In, 212,000 acres Courtof ofGovernment Workmen Made In St. Petersburg. the bulk of the population cowers'1a
land the Federal,
there had. been no poll of the canal shoes and then complained that It Ncbnwka bar just sentenced: To Car_ Cold !. On p.y' Since noon .Thursday the streets the Inmost recesses of kitchen and.

committee on nominations in question. was exorbitant that, "those, shoes' are patriot to a $300 fine. It does seem I Take: Laiatlye refund money Bromo If' Quinine U I taUa to.M.Tfrllets.UmKiriMa E.. of St. Petersburg. bavcr, been Oiled cellars.,: stricken with fear,and trembling ,

4 It, Is generally understood that the much too good for you to wear," ,as If land must be'worth} more than W.Grovo'a signature on Mob box. Sic, with troops, especially those in the I at every boom of the cannon or

of the minority senators In Schalz etabbod to the heart with ,I the explosion of a bomb. ij
4' purpose was that, even In Nebraska,.thinks the De- j The natives la China; rat bttls Industrial section. The railroad slatlons
.. asking to have ,the'-,nominations>;: ret a-pocket: knife. :hundred horrified toll Journal. 1 buubrra' meat except: pork.. very are: In. possession of the mill: "The most surprising thing of all i*

:. tt'r turned is to permit a"protest': against Christmas shoppers witnessed the tary. the loyalty of the troops which nobody -,j

Chairman:: Theodore P. Shoots holding' murder.Schalr' .leaves a wife and:! :: NT' :; ','i' Wholesale arrests of the leaders of here anticipated. .\W'

a: position on the commission and Uja eight small.children.. "!Morris" who Is :: TO' .pWOM! E; ': the workmen were made Monday : 'Talkingwith. an intelligent group o>l
.
presidency of the Clover Leaf railroad tn,Jail has. family.. of lIlx.',' ":?"" : ) night. It is reported that.'. the police St Petersburg revolutionists I mass]
"
..t'th. same time. Y 1 ;" Include in their captures the memo Informed that whHethey.bellevedtbar,_ : !

The, controversy' Ip the senate resulted NEW COAST LINE OFFICIALS. AND CONSIDER THE .bers of the sec<
from a motion' to take-up 'the -- .' wHo\ were placexl in the fortress of realized that they were staking every

nominatlgd'of J. B. Bishop as a member Horace. _." Emerson Remains: at Head of ALLIMPORTANTFACT St. Peter and St. Paul with tho members thing upon the lime and that talluriwould

1 of the commission which"was' .tTraffla Department. of the first council who,.were set back: their' cause tor' ee,-

N .sent to the senate Wednesday.. Objection Following meeting: of ,the. directors arrested Saturday night. A'' third 'ejpil I. )year* . 1

,'r'n.''made,' and SenatorMorgan ot the company In New York. a reorganisation ,_ councfl. however, promptly. took the -A 8t. Petersburg! Special say*;, CtJtoct -..

r followed this by moving' to reconsider : of the traffic departmentof place ot the"'second.Motoow : telegraphic communication with'

the action of the senate In confirming the' Atlantic Coast ,Line. with Horace . Is already cut off from Moscow was severed Sunday, nlgh .

members of the commission. A rule M. Emerson at its head has been -- r1 I Bt.-Peter o Eurg and with the provinces but the government sueceeded In restoring -,
announced. At the meeting of the directors 0 communication roundabout
of tbe'l'fenate provides that when a generally. by a, ..
.nomination Is confirmed- refected the office of trade manager route Monday morning. :All reports :.

k any senator voting In the majority was abolished and the office of general MORE; ,FROM MR. LOVERINO. 'agree that,the'fighting/ assumed

+ .trafficmanagercreated Emerson . of the nut-,
; A.rtiA mov.,-reconalderaUon'-on' That In addressingMrs.. Pinkham you the nature a butchery by ,

t 'the same.daythe.'vote: was taken or ..being elected. to the position. arc confiding your private Ills to a woman 4 Cotton Crop Statistics Controversy chine guns of the artillery grape and,.

'"'on.'either of the next two. days of -ra woman, whose experience with wo + ]Continued In'the House. canister being epjplayed mercilessly

actual executive session of the sen."ate. COULD CLEAR CALEB POWERS. man's diseases covers: -a great- manjLyeanwYoircanTtathrfreely - ' ,. -The :oton"crop controversy ,In'JhAhouco : against the Ill-armed Insurgents. t Ji
.. to a woman when it .
( WAS continued :Thursday. Mr.
.8uch'is Is revolting relateyopr private troubles t
Declaration of Wounded Manin Lmering ef Massachusetts MONUMENT TO OGLE-THORPE.*!
x to a man-betides a man does not under attacked
HEAVY STORM'HITS'FLORIDA., California Hospital. 1t.a.n Charles B. Ehler on a cot In the Unveiled Brunswick, Georgia, With;
-- Many women suffer in silence and drift along crop by the d department of agriculture ...
county hospital at: Bakersfield California. -- 'mpruiIV.-Ce"'monreL- TOne :;-
+ :Jacksonville RacevedBrunt; I _JBut..,Na frerahad to..worse.knowlJig w !V thattheyought -thoveratways7rhsayi"Tho: l'nneri
... '
.
.** "6FeaTt fD.m.ge.W.'Done.' ; 1arlnltirona wound ifesunv to have Immediate assistance beta naturalmodestY' r report' : issued. by the census bureau of the most Interesting gventar(

;his A- storm swept"over. Jacksonville. ably self-inflicted has admitted that Impels them to shrink from exposing1 themselves ?o 'Nbdne day. shows there has been gIn. 'in the history of Brunswick G&. oar

,Fie.. and the surrounding country on: he has Information as to the killingof to tho questions and probably examinations of , r" t ned lo December 13 in Georgia North curred Friday at noon when the monument -,
K, Governor William Goebel of Kentucky even their family physician. It.is unnecessary erected to the memory of Oenf
Crt.roUnoSouth
afternoon Carolina and Oklahoma
Wednesday, cutting the -
city '
which' he alleges would clear Without money or price you can consult a woman eral James Oglethorpe was unveiled.
completely oft from telegraphic 18 .gU more bales of c ttontJI'n
communication whose from actual is
knowledge
a Caleb Powers former'secretary ot experience !great. An unusually large cr6wd of poopl
the department ,(
estimated the
with the
outside as
.! 'Wor d.
Not, a wire was 'Working'! until nearly mutate 'of Kentucky! 'now under sentence Mrs Plnkliam. 's Standing: .Invitations t ( ,entire' ciop of this territory, andjlbero attended the exercises, which. we
of death
fpr complicity In the
10 o'clock! ,p. 'm.. murder of QoebeL Women sufleriair-from BUY form of'female weak I. from*six to
ness are invited to promptly; communicate with Mrs. the sinning season left .
..:.CA8SlIt.MAY "VlftlT"' 8OUT7): Pinkham at Lynn, Moss. AU letters are received, r MISS ROOSEVELT PAYS BILL
j ELEVEN CENTS THEIR'MINIMUM.; opened read .and answetod by women only. A i
y woman can freely; talk of her private Illness to a' CREDITORS RECEIVE DIVIDENDS. ,
jf' So Her Place thus hoe been Will Turn Loose $1.206 for Duty 00
Stopping Will Be President Calvin of Farmers' ,Union'Gives' woman; established tho eternal
i Atlanta Federal ,Prison. confidence between Mrs. Plnkhaun and the womenof I Referee of Plant- Estate at Macon Present From the Far Eut ::5I'MJse
Out Interview.
America which has
been bi.ken.
A i Cleveland.. Ohio dispatch says: President K. 'A. Calvin of'the Farmers of the vast volume of never experience which she Out Bends Out Chrlstmss Checks. Alice Roosevelt has, paid $1r,

tj'1'' :Urs.. j Cassle Chadwick, the femininefrenzied Union of America In" an. Interview has to draw from; it Is more than possible Creditors of the late R. 1L Plant 206( duty .on,the presents given to

{ financier, who was recently at Dallas, Texas Friday said:' that she has !gained the very knowledge and I. C. Plant Sons'' bank at Macon, on her recent trip to the Orient-

1 convicted: and;sentenced_ tel.* he,..pent"_ "We have made no' change In -our- that-will help ;your ease She asks noth-- Ga, have received another dividend, payment was made by'Miss 1a000J'
tentlary for::Coking undue liberties Ing in return exoeptyonr -will,and&er amounting to 1130.000. Referee Alexander .
,
on
minimum lor cotton. It has not advice has relieved thousands. Surely by means' or a check drawn

', 'with Various banks,'pay visit Atlanta; seemed to depart 'from 11 cents,. woman rich or poor is foolish If any she/ // i ',4 Proudflt deplared the dividend personal account, .>-.

"Oa...' hortly.4f though President Ilarvle Jordon of does not take advantage. err this generous f / // 1 Friday night and checks were sent The actual appraisement the experts -.

y, Should she eo''decide, the federal the Southern Cotton Association has offer of assistance.- Lydia E. Ptakham '1' 'out through the molls In time to All at the port of Georgetown shows}

r; 'pi on will be her stopping. place while. asked repeatedly that we join, him for Medicine Co., Lynn M.... the depositors .before Christmas. the total value of.the gift to be let...;

I in .that dty.r IS cents. 'We did not think it best Following from we ptlblian two letters M As you know,I wrote you that my doctorsaid creditor received 4 1.2 per cent This than $20,000. M3ss Roosevelt is more J Jthan'

r, ., bhe will be sent.either to the Fort Our farmers know when I to sell" ted this woman wbft-Aecep-Note I must .have an operation or I could not incroues the total dividends to 822.3Per able to'meet the law's) demand
Invitation.
jF .Leave.oworth, 'Kanaw- ;.prison, or to the I result the UT nwnts.*. 1 then I followed wrote you telling advice you and my aU-. rent. from the Income of her own property.
your am nttraly -
,
one la' Atlanta::: MORE CA8HF.| R .YALE COLLEGE.. i Fist letter. well. | can walk miles without an left her by her mother. ''
: .
... .r. ache or a paJnt and I owe my life to you aDd PLOT TO ASSASSINATE:: REYES.
; "Deer Ifra Plnkkam

ri 1 CONCEAL; .BEAU' ESTATE. &.OSSE.. .. eeoretary.8tok. Adds tSOOvOOO to the "For eight. years' I nave!- suffered. something. IgLydia vary E. Plnkbam'sVegetdd.Compound.sutferinff woman would read' LEOPOLD,. TAkes SPOUSE.' ..;;
.H- J. >-, _. .y. . Endowment Fund. .' terrible every month with my perioc'j. The Oils testimonial and realise, tb*valaa of writ Malcontents Seek to CTspose of President ...
pains excruciating and I eaa hardly stand
l I' .,7, .(.'Books 'of Mutual Life Insurance.Com. It Is stated-In.New. Haven'on. excel tiara. My doctor says 1 ban ovarian and \oN and your E.ramady--Hra.1 Capitol Btraets?..Ben-- of Colombia King of Belgium Contract a Aeorgah

{., pay. Wen Manipulated.Additional . lent authority that before be started womb trouble and I must go through aa oparationif \ IL a. The state I department received r
1 wane to ntwdL IdoDotwantto atfo Marriage.Accordlrg /
information cable that ,
:;r t testimony. to the inaoof for his vacation in. Europe last moath. submit I cma It. When a medldxte has been successful by an attemptwas lbo.nbeno.fongerany
: '"' r .:agmetitt the JlJ&lw"W. inaurahcempanir'rwsj'addno.d'st.New Anson Phelps fitokes; Jr. secretary of Heas teU melth pol hdeW' yyehelp nrehr.ma".Mrs In restoring to health so many women made In Bogota Thursday- to tflv ; .to report In Paris!

:.f.t.(. York Tale University ,addod $800.000 more Capitol Bta,,&5dG.WuUngtoiuO.0.cII:.y -.baad E.' whose testimony; la BO unquestionable pose. of President Reyes as an Incident doubt abeXlnllLeopoldmPrganattc'man

'f PT i beior the mantis. to the endowment'fund U collecting Second letter.t.Dearn. you cannot well say,without trying It, to a plot i for overturning the

\""!< ; riday.Joy tEata.to" show lor"T aJer ,By-thtaaddltloa-Secre- Ttnfchami .\- __ __ "I do not believe It will help toe," If Government T tt took.place twelve month ago, KJ
Meares :roan W.-4on", nesftaU to bot- the c
M After following carefully advice "ita 'In there were many: arrests -> .11&14.-111 the private chapel .of
'' ; your consequence
cuuitlt t>died profits troth: Stokes'bos''secured; for the endowment lie of
the'
Ml E.
.: : that tarT : and taking LyUU B. rinkhanrs VagMabS. >T-ydla Pinkham's Vegetable 1IJIoU8 la, In'
*.' theesla"ro;: !trelntfdelf! to. conceal the to date U, ?,ooo ofhef$5r', Oumxjemd. I son vary anrlnna to sasvd.:yon. Compound atones,and write)(ri. Pink- of prominent men.'Anfong them teas of'Laeken.Sleu'
T. ... .. tw11111 than bam:; K.... for was'a former .of Vablnet pf'' two 'aide de. camp'rho j
InMnr Lynn. julnister the presence
ff'.tnauetJGil'; inbFal0E8tfIfM'w ., .....te. 000.000 he plan to seem's.. l 0dI4in.1' .-fh > special adrio.It .- ,: I
.. -..' :::. .. sate, __ .or '. I U free and always ;''Ad' five leaders. : i on the"opposition., court'cLaplain.'r: J ij; J
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ZHE Pq L.'f1.X hall 'orerabadow-thee (Mary: there ; "
PRESS
tore also AGENT
that holy, tufrg that shill be .. AN ISSUE
born'ot the shall be called SCHOLARLY SUNDAY RMONSY God. (Luke t, 81-85): w-. 9
A : Here President Is Charged with Defying M
hue the
1 PASTOR iI SSELLr God. offlclolly applied to the man Law In.'Allowing' Bishop to Aa- R

1 Christ Jesus before His birth and thU sense DuMea Despite Struts. ,
title
,. O..lr.'or the blvlae llevelaUoa lIa continually approved saying: : -
"a the Father
U "..a. ,fnrltt.. send" 1 bath sent Me. even so The Atlanta Constitution prints tho "
:you. "I came not Into the
,world to do Mine own will, but the following from 'its, Washington correspondent

providence it. I.-l"utor' C. T. It o- will Father of Him that sent Me." "The : Despite the fact that his

",ellT.or AU<<'lhen7. Pit.. preached twice worketh hitherto and (flow) 1
commission la
bore Sundor 1n Infantry; Hall! to InrnenudiencM. VrorkJohu.( ,zx,, 21; John, ITS. S4, appointment aa canal I
Ill evening discourse lol- Veil). not a reeesa appointment, and must, y
Let 111 look beck and note the script therefore, be confirmed by the senate -
:
low,
ure} declaration to the effect that the before It becomes JosephBuokhia iTo sweeten Dispels colds and
effective
The ruble may be said to be a revelation JOCQS, who anbseanently became the : .

pf Je.u. who In tr1,1'! rev e- man Christ Jesus, was the Bishop the late lamented C when
JBlloii/ of the Father: Itropenlnjr pi get, ..f the creation God. These beginning are press agent of the canal commission To refresh headaches.

tell us of the fall of the first human Lord a own word and are In tuff our ac and personal friend of ..lcJ.ntRoo.yo ,
1 IOn of God Adam point to the deathpenalty cord with the Apostle Paul's' bilious "
: statement it. has assumed his duties ofDt To cleanse the or constipated ,
" upon him., and Indicate the that our Lord Is the Image of the In"I.. >ul.sloner. .
need or a SRvloul'Iaod Redeemer ible
God
; and. tie firs born of
) more than this. Inferential!;? promise (more literally the first every born creature of-f- It plain English. means anything! \ ystem : ;
c4'
such a one as the seed' of all .
I thewoman creation), for by: Him were,*II this aot la in open. defiance of the law.
-who ultimately shall bruise the ser' things create that are }" heavjufand Unless: :J1 ''''P., are at fault Mr. For
,
, l>ent'i hend-crush, subdue all erll. that are In earth visible and,4nrUlbIe. 1 Bishop's, nomination aa commissioner \ Effectually men, women
*
its\ ntermcdlato.pagei
] are "prophecies all things I'
and types respecting Jesus, and the and for "1m. and were Ile created as before by Him all will hot be confirmed for '.several and 'children ,

work lie would accomplish 'as a Hedpeairr. things and by ninMrtl I things consist. weeks, and there Is more or less reason and Gently ; ;, '

and later.as a deliverer of the Our Lord Himself pointed out 40 us to bel0ve| that It will not be confirmed i
race. And further on If records ills that It Is th 'heavenly. Father1 will at all.Notwithstanding* '

'blrtli. -Ills ministries HIiKlenth resurrection ' that 'we sbolild honor the. Son as we this he Is I
jrlorlflcatloti; and tbe honor prepay
massages t| r Father-also-that we should
He to' all who would become lag, to'move Into the'omcu' occupiedby '
pure recognize
Ills Him as ,the Father's
follower. Including Ills promise to spnlatlve, through whom Ho is repre.workIng tho other commissioners. He considerri j' There is only Actst..oa''one :

come again and receive them nntpH all things according to the counsel himself a full-fledged; member

I Himself. The closing pages otAnel1bl of Ills own will. The Apostle explain of the eosnnUasion and la now actingIn : Genuine the kidneys
picture In symbolical to us that
language although our Lord occupted that ,
capacity, Fer same time
.
the completion ot, tbe preienfage, the the chief-position next to the Father prior '.
I 1 Inauguration of the millennial age before lie came into the.world to be to,his appointment aa literary secretary Syrup of Figs; ,and liver .

the work that It VflU') accomplish In our Redeemer,'yet lIe now occupies a and press agent of the commie.elonatasalary ... '.
the blowing and uplifting of tbe ba till higher position. He : of to its h andbowels
tells us that $10.000a year,, :get nest .-' : . I
man family Jid'th- ultimate purging He was oMd1ei1t'to the Father and Mr.. Bishop Was a newspaper'writer I .. N. n
of tbe earsTv-from all sin imperfection humbled Himself '
even unto death '
and In
that
evil, wheirrevecy voice In heaven and even tb*death of the cross. capacity printed many .facial effects ; "
S rtVuall be hearS praising the Lord. Although the reformers did valiant complimentary things about'the pres v ..

Tne teaching of higher criticism are service: in dispelling; much of the gross !.ident. This seems to have mode him

very ,misleading on this subject They darkness and in lifting the true lightof '''IId." as the 8ft'lni'Iroe... Always bay the geattlae -Mraafactixred by the
would bare us consider tbat all God's Word
mlrnrle they evidently'over He says that two senators have told
are Impossible; that our Lord wasnot looked the fallacy called the Trinity. him that tp
It will
be all t'tor
born of a virrln. and by; .the direct But we have In the Bible the standard rlgl him
power of God: that He was born as authority by which the reformers were to act aa oommissloner.from the day

other men: tNt He happened to be a guided, and It i. our duty as well as his appointment went to the senate

rather ItUPt't'iot'type, of man; that He our privilege to bear what the Lord ,but that.advice obviously directly at AIN1AfG5YRUP?

never bed a prehuman existence The God battf spoken upon this subject and variance with the law. Furthermore
Scripture teach to the contrary of this to conform our faith thereto. The members of
most explicitly: : that -lie left the glory Scriptures do Indeed tedch'aa we have the senate, republican as

Which II. had with the Father!' before aeen. that there is an Almighty tine well aa democratic are beginning to.
Saab IsCO'C1.
the world 'a..tllat; "lie who was "The God and Father of our. Lord talk very frankly about the two salary & Lo utsvIIIe Ky. NewYorkJ.Y -
rich fnr oar rakes became : Jesufe Christ" Roman. schemes I
poor tak ( :xv: ,? C>> They proposed In connection with. ** *"
ing a horn nil' form for a particular, specific do also teach that. tbe only begotten ;Mr. Bishop. f It- The genuine Syrup of Figs Is lor sale by all firstclandruggists.
pnrpoiK for the suffering of : Son': of God highly exalted by the, The '
""
death. that He tnlgrht be our RedPt'm.I Father. Is to tie reverenced even as we holding of 'twoomcel by the The fuH name oTtfce r

erJohn xvll. 0; II. Cor. vUI.. 0; Heb. I: reverence the Father:.'also that tbe name person except In certain speci Pig- Co. Is the front
h. 01.The). i Scriptures do teach that there la n fled cases Is forbidden bylaw; ao, It Syrup always printed on r

Inspired wrltere-go further and Holy Spirit of God, which, proceeding Is not plain that Mr. Bishop can le of every package. Price Fifty' Cents per bottle.a .

-declare. "All things word made by 1 from the Father and from the Son. 1 sBally draw $1 600 as canal *.

Him and without Him was not"one also to-be the Spirit Of the sanctified stoner 'and $2.500as* commis OS ..
thing mode that church. secretary in order
was msde. (
The; context
But tome one Inquires in astonishment to bring his salary l up to the '
telU.us thpt lie \VAlin the beginning $10,- *
: Is not the doctrine of the Trinity 000. to which Mr. MALSBY & 't
with tft<) ,Father, and 'was the Roosevelt"' thinks he 'Cot
Word or taoutbplece. and personal reprefccntallve particularly; set forth in tbe Bible T Is. entitled because of his more or

of tbe Father In all the. We answer.; No. Everything .11.. we less obvious Qualification, as a canal 41 South Forsjth St. Atlanta Ga
work of tne creation of aU the remainder bar shown is to the' contrary; the builder. ,
nf the worke of God. word Trinity trinltartan. etc.. la not to A Shoo rForMen

\V should note-In-passingthecon.. be found, even In, our common version Mr Bishop is still drawing his salary

slstency. of the Scriptures In respect to of the Dtb1 ;which was made by tbose at the rate of $10,000- year-'al '

the supremacy of Jehovah God. From who held this aa the scriptural position though Senator Hale's..promise given Which Your tDoaer '
first to last with one voice tho Scrip and who would have been glad tntbua. some days ago>-that the It
-prell' bureau '
three declare<< that there Is bat one supreme translate any Hebrew or Greek. waa to be abolished Wlll $o/l 4
In the UDlrerne.Hot .. word If they had found any such word waa understood

*- conies ItWen' that tha..recd capable of such translation.The to carry with It the assurance that 1 You tor !3.00.

Is that Jesus,, our Master In Ills pre few of our day wtw would stand 'Mr. Bishop's salary was to b& reduced
In defense of the unreasonableproposition to $5,000: the It to Portable and a&adOaA.l'J'
up
human condition, was the logos, a God statement that the matter belongs ; r,
with the God Is this testimony out that we here three godeequal would have to be adjusted by the h Engines Boilers
;
of aeeerd with the, remainder of scrip In power sad lory:. and yet that 'committee on'' Inferoceanio 0 '
tural the three -In some Incomprehensiblemanner canals beIng *>
testimony; We answer No! Tlie Saw
considered Mills
Dime Jehovah was never: permitted to are one In person, would like a mere formality. 4'

soy but the one the Father supreme: to use tbe one text of Scripture which Bo"Intense-Is-the feeling In. the matter CW AND ALL KINDS, OF
but tbe title (hod,'which In tbe Hebrew has defended this absnrdlty-for centuries that certain senators ae prepared 11R MACHINERY
Is Elofalm. and sometimes abbreviated but which' : all! scholars now agree to fight the confirmation Mr. Bishop ,OompliU KM Carried ttoeJtfor

EJ signifies a mighty One and might with DO part of the original writings, ''to the"\.nd of-the IMJIZrJU .J.UYllJlJ'.
be appMed) to any mighty <*ne In author. but was added about the seventeenth of present session IF YOU WANTShoewise TO B$ Beet Maeataerr,Lowest rrteei and Best Terms t
century at the time when this doctrineof congress It necessary. There lajtlso $ it"}
fly and power. Jehovah Himself. being Writ urn .for cata1ocue.'priQI.
.
tbe Trinity, by bad the best of authority W111
persecution for
superior to all Klo } m. the Th uIx. YQu etc. before '
buying
An examination of the scriptural 1 forced I 1tselS Into the .place., of full con statement that an effort will be made

vies of the word )Elohim substantiatesthe trol.The to ao amend the Spooner act aa to give lasistUpod Baviflgfe S&ee.
foregoing. We find for instance passage referred to is omitted In congress the right to fix the salaries

that It has not only; been applied to the tne revised version of the Bible although of all those connected with the .' t:.. .
Father and to the special representative all the members of the committee canal
and prime minister, the.loi'Otl. (,the I were professedly trlnltariana In work and the chances seem to favor
'
Son of God manifest in the flesh bat : their views. They- were too conscientious J-tho emcees of the.. eaorta. :Aa.eaSINS .NOC E CW.IVeat$
i
we find also that tbe word Is used 1re.pert n to. give further publicity to that The appointment of Mr. Bishop r to tr. t.oue. U.$., .

to angel when they directly which was recognbied as a fraudulent a commlssionerahlp' In the face 'of the

represented the Lord as His special Interpolation nded deceive and notoriety given'him da ten Brighter ,
to support the! trinitarian view. Thewords \ thousand
m eaeugere.they who are His mightyones. o
We find alto that this title' EIo- hot In the original added In tbe dollar pressagent' baa aroused considerable J.S.SCHOFIELD'S. SONS CO.. '

him was used In respect to angels' seventh century' not found In any feeling In the assets: Administration :' ,

when they directly represented the Scripture of earlier date than the seventh senators who have stood IVTACON: ,' GEORGIA: -- . ,
should note In .. ....
Loid as Ills special messengers,. they; CCntur-.oti your consistently loyal -to the president and ( CMuvaotoal "
Testament them pbotoaraph* of eotten
by striking out. namely
who are His mighty ones. We find at !every turn'have endeavored to de> .: ENGINES ,- Aeldson which no fertlitaera were hd7
"In heaven
also this title Elohlm was used In repect ,'beginning with tbe words fend his _ need and. picture flalde on whlokcs.dd. .
to the first elders of Israel when the Father, the Word and the Holy actions, feel that this appointment ' sBOiL.ERSA on Bakes" of ferttUam were
Gl o.t-and"thelle.threeare' one And moat add eeudimmd lta of theeo orops woiej
(!Jod materially lhplrenfbdrranament
recognised them as Ills representatives fmllnive There are muck
In judging their brethren; there are.three that hear witness In . ."t>rtc i. p.oe ." ahsad tot (ho:
earth." -If those fraudulent words be pro i eeel of tho
It KS
will be remembered tbat the Jews TAN tnn.ersa canal "
and .
stricken out the passage reads as It did Two to the >
were angry with our Lord Jesus not originally; with beautiful simplicity THREE;: FAITHS TO COMBINE.Preabyterfan ,0 ordinary 71e14a whexYirt .
because He called Himself Jehovah or .
"There three. that -- TowERSSTACKS. '
intimated any usurpation of the Father's and clearness. are \ nJa-CaroUna Fertilizer
bear records the Spirit the water and Methodist and .
place honors or prerogatives but Congregation ara used with edtMttOp
simply; because He called himself thHoa tbe blood, and these three agree In Churches to' Unite In Canada. .....,.oa.OO\to prayer nature ....''J..04. '
." than_ .Ua.TboUwoevilaandheir ..
one (testimony) ; '
The central
of bed and referred to Jehovah committees
composedof damaging/neat.
The absurdity of the : AS ItPtnnds of and Dealers In' Youos..ardo
God as Ills Father.. On one occulonwbell""tbl'T"'Wt'tIJllL1.MJut'tcr'StoJl.U postage representatives of the Preab.terl.Methodist !. flanufacturers tbtLs.w u ,__ the numb.rof
--" in the common version cap be boli.l.nd M>.)on voor plant

Jesus inquired why. and the ..n.werWill Illt sea- at .a'glanoer-TheTlnterpoIatlonr ahr Churches=-- : and -Congre tlonal. "'HIGH GRADE MACHINERY; <,. 'Una-"br IJUatlrull! sass, u.YiMn1..C.fo.....-u.04 ....,-.. ,,,
would make the that
\' that In calling Illmsejf the Son of passage gay the. throughout Canada, have \roq\ r "aids ,
God He was affecting to be superior to Father, the Word and tbe Holy !;hoed t agreed upona code of doctrines that Prices and Specifications request. p ft obOrbo"ai1lwype tGoIed mto u7aq -

them and to others of mankind an al| three record are one In heaven and that that they Jesus are la will unify the three denominations C Ct. Vlrflml o tuteutata.Ceretlee' cb.est d c::..
bearing :
Jehovah affecting a relationship with the great the Son of God. How unreasonable to into one great church which It Isproposed : ; ANr I..G R I PI I E1tirt V..

because, which they they said termed It was affecting blasphemy. " suppose that such a witnessing in should ..be known aa the ., : tUi1E M .1:11.0-4: VeQ. ,

in equality wltb.Jrborah but Lord heaven should be necessary.; Do notthe TTnlled Church of ,Canada." QuuoI..kIII, .a. _. ...
: our: 1- GO.AIVAM'TKKD CXJK.K.' J\elU.1I4., ,,
-
angels know; that Jesus is the Sou The 'revised confession of taltb'of *

Knot, contradicted to them that that thought the claim od to pointed be the 6f GodT Why: then_ the statementthat' the'American Presbyterian:church will NItbKJII Y11E I .. GRIP* "AD COLD, 'HEADACHE AND BEUBALGUUIv I t.weteal a fl.. A
the Father, the Son and the Holy *tMll Aa >rt lat |.r a avMiWI )
Bon :
'l :
of God was not to put"Himself oAR n Ghost are' witnessing In heaven that be used. so for 'OU MOKKT ..CK. tT I''x'1IiioI.. T CWIBBUAlaska's =::w;
equality with Jehovah but that the :.7. ILD/emae.i.D, Uasar a M ti.ew_"" ." .brn.poeU w.;
Son Interpolation .
Scriptures fully sanctioned such a title l Jesus la the of God Every '

aa the Son of God, and we are glad that they are IN3ANE'MAN SLAVS SHERIFF. r' canned salmon otitout It

T-,-... T-__'t.. .".......-..-. -l.lmt._._ .-. ..-Vl.. Bret....... few marks Itself aa an abanrdlty. ,' and estimated this year at 110,000.000.; TRAVEL WITHIN. THE REACH'OF ALL
wira rue
cannot be narmonnea inspired
Spas of God tor themselves nor would Sensational Tragedy Occurs In Courtroom Have yon longed to know what. ft would
portions of the Word. This Is a
Cherokee nerved meet to Und la the of the
it to bare Bw t Qon great pleoee
have been for them Taylor' *
proper further evidence to us that the Scriptures of California Town. earth t Travel with ILa' Itlf'IIlLaN
done-so. Not until the great sacrificefor aa given by God are pf dlrln inspiration Frank Wlllard, an Insane man chat and Coughs Mullen. Cold.Katun's. Cronp: great and|mnsdy-Car.Consumptton., and education,. .. now po.ibilitiCll practicable
sjns was offered by; the Redeemer and that nothing should be and trouble\ for thoe nf modest Income .* well as the
and killed Sheriff Henry: Smith inJudge and all throat' lonir At drug. ,
could tl1.\ther1IO, justify any members added to them nor taken from them.' _court" (4ata. .6...tea. and 1.00 pew bottle; fortunate few, by means of the 00..
of the fallen race as to receivethem Evidently, however It Is-the duty of-' White's . Uklah.. .. Col.,. I Underwood Travel SJlif: :*, -
back Into the close the dearrelatlonshtp every child of Sod to erase from his Friday. % r
represented by then, word Bible' any portion such as this one, He then fired' at :Judge White but I'n Prance the best! bred !hogs are T>IM system, is' travel of I the t.runt. i

Son but shice the redemptlre work of that 'mil.' be .found to be an addition, missed him. Wlllard then rushed out con-lder tn 1>..' the CrsnnnaJl ait..s( kind railro.d.Such' ret, it dries not'utilise sit-her.hip' or/ '. .
Jesus, spiritual Israelites are termed the words of the Inspired apostles. TFORWOJVlIU' a etatement- so extras Ti bi Glrei Bellibli s
not for
at rdinarvaetto: lifona.1ioflEJjjQjype
sons of declare. of the court house shooting every seem at fire* unbelievable( ,'
"Xow God aa the Apostle This passage would not suggest to one who atteuptecl'to' stop him. bat many bars proved its tmtli To ..-'' We sun. st aside' : .,
are we the eon of God; thoughIt .
any reasonable mind that the Father prrienee. aeneatlons of pleaenw or pain in' kb
doth not yet appear what we shall and the Son ate one In person were It An fumed posse started In pursuit lh.pn.e.ce of famotu object.! ana $1.000

be (how great our glory and exaltation not tbat this false doctrine has. beclouded Immediately and came upon him just which inspire thought and prodnoe states be spent feN lalofmatioa... will .
in the resurrection: change), but we 1 .f feeline; enriehinit life and adding te bappine --
Judgment on the subjectThere as be was entering a nearby canyon.: 1i is gin Ii" ddlavfor POITAI.Case atglriag
, know ** to travel trnlv
tbat when lIe .ball (our Bv making oe
" Lord appear are more; ways of being one than Wlllard emptied his pistol at his .f a e..... eeientifie principle, and. spend the ire'' .liable sewe of I f.
and M.tel'.the only begotten personally. one. Our Lord's in .- r .... MI..rY ...... M a
.merely
Son) "we shall be like Him .tD4.-see f words elsewbere-explalA-Hla: : ) meaning' pursuers and. shots were exchanged. ka*;twenty bent nerferted yean in its the development of there ......,... .......- -r-- "'- . e
Him as He Is." (I..'John 1U 21.) 'The .,., -.- , - mean actually Mt .M 'l..atra MISIs 11.rM an",,
-
| here. ,Praying.to: the Father for HU :;.. ;:- ,.. ; '' Seeming right in e... .'"-e. Uieee very eed..e ars.1..t .
_
Scriptures clearly show that the followers tw..a wltk JDa.u.u ta"n : "
followera'' He said, after praying (ox- -ssperieneta and benefit -wMelaaetUl
of Christ of the BIG STRIKE... AGAIN CALLED.. tM4 .ei a.N M a: = see', travel . :.A .
were accepted His apoattee, "Neither pray I for these : .:m. jnveav .1' ttq i Ib 't
father a* sonswhen; begotten of the alone but for them alto who .will-believe . .. . ..- .t sop..I.eka+iN. ,...--= .Dr. James n. Unacted, of Matte, UnaIwmty ...I'f'\ct. In'.. '4t:
spirit at Pentecost John. Russian Workmen Will Btruggle ,.rw t..arMras.Wata. eaye: "I),. tlpa,_ tbe.i. ,
and .
sine* ( through their ,-that Renyw cy ,b earllrr.rrr..wr..rJ.s.ra
L. 12.18)). ,; on'Me .Jror A.. a. la per tarn Ie .... .. p., ef travel are extended to thai .large elaes LMG Na AIIO tJ;
all may be one ae Tbou'Fattier. ,, WlthGreater Hope:. ....... "tar drrl.s.a..rirldoltpilarl.eleWaal. ef
they
f oat: people who thirst for an aojuaintano ,
The divine announcement of our :: : ;;: *ey .ryp....
: I" KI1 M,
"Lon art in Me and I In Thee that-they maybe A 8t Pet-anb\H1l:4Jepatotr. 'of Tuea >. with ths'di.tset land* of other..: ,
'Thou! Jesus before His 'birth was. on. In us."' (John xvlU. 20-21)( : day* **ysi A.salt fet. a reneral''strike 1 Off. nT AND WDMCBT* CPBCIAI., ; bat ar. prevented by the sap.ere a W. ( Ave a i .NtfIM. Wb.u'b ,oft

":: a-II be Shalt great' caIIUa and shall name 1>";Jesus.He called! the Here Is the and sens*the of'oneness 1Ionon.n"l betweenthe of throughout' } .', Riueta]to'_begin ':Thursday, .,,.'r..I..advest..e ea0 1 oek.,Iuc.60 sNabarII. ooc<.... Ftie.; ".. r ,folved.tii'lseas pr or by': profeanonL the H.po""aibilitin".of ho.:: ......+j _. a/ou
.
J &n of the Highest and the Lord God Father ot -not oneness at :noon WM ,Ue tod Msnday .night. < Uore. formation about this 'k+lywe.rh i r ;: _;: :pIj j blw
shall I t spirit, oneness, pnrpoee : bf.yst.es, sad ..... ... .
-4 .
Hire onto.JHij')tb* throne f,H1. The :al'1' approved'b.4t'uDIoa oTUntona . toe' :a s.+s.isl coda
of of hindrtAe.of. 'ocr'maUet
person. it by
Jer-DaTid and'He shall reign Oter'honsa ,:be: ttoloa 'of 'casAaU.Oeaenl .ti .h. ( w. S. 5 edoeaa -: &,M1 n 'tir --
the by.addre: F
1 kl ..om o<,Jacob tornK..J14 of JBlaT The jury fthat:"recently tried,' State 9 41"way-Union ...;..*' 4eWoileVof 13. WOOD..> .fiMffv .oopT.it' :

eZPlaDatJoai'there'et! 'shall Eta imlraculoua&>>. .po eodJ' birth. .In Senator Kmmona for'bribery at Saera* .W.rtu.' ea. :,of.gt..4 Peterstrar ', _r"a-ayr' Zt> *isiu.>r.T.INS," ri'TUIIpsoa's

:;; .e ,read.;--rnt"" tower, of,-the WgbsIt naento Cl, At twenty-fix. days. and,Jioaastrv.( T r- 4: .1'c: Ef. WI"
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> The Pleasures and' Inconveniences . ,
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'. BY EDWIN .S. .BENDER. .' ,,' ..1 '. ." . .

About 6 o'e1oek')1'my first morning reading their well worn hebrew prayer . _. :
in Jerusalem I found my Belt I lylog In book, many- of them as veil as the : TO MY .. ..
bed wide awake and trytnor 10 jog( my women are barefooted to reach this r; , ,
z memory to learn IT I had been asleep particular spot we have to wend our
at, all 1 'could not remember that. I way through narrow lanes and alleys,
t had and at It wan a fearfully h*.t night. unf hill aVid down, and these lanes ai
and a horribly noisy one I.arrrved at. well as all others In tbs city (and all
'b on )nlion that I had Conned\ cad the streetH" are mere lanes) reek with
tumbled about all- nUrbt. long\ Along I' filth and dirt'such as can not 00 Keen :friends and Customers.
toward -sunrUe une.would hvainum- in any other city la (lie. world, except, -
ber of whittles blowlu*iVzid shrlckirtR ill: might bo... In Tanalerv.Morroce"1 of :
which I afterward learned 'was gristmill I which I wrote some week ago, we ,
whistles and when they gut out I I now start on, our way b..ck to'',the .
of grain,, they would blow them to 1 Hotel "passing again along! the Via ...
notify the people tit thai fact and todd iooron! as far as the church of the .
to all of thlsdlo there were several Holy Sepulchre, which we shall'visit f (
,crap*, so to speak in front of the Inter, and when I uay that to reach .. '., .
the above named edifice, we are .
hotel, and in close proximity'to my .
cool and quite room. I ,:nepped t obliged to pick our way through the 'I ..
upon the balcony from my room and same filth it rather takes away part .. '' ..., t'
,
witnessed the fray and while there of the charm of this wonderful place 7" ,: . tt. . -. ,
were ''not as many people present as aud notwithstanding! squalor, the .
there were at the Sullivan Uyan prize dirt, disease and misery with which, <;\:!:';' : .1' -; '. : I
in Jerusalem is . ; i,: ; I.:. ,' ._ .
figbt.,I think there WM more damage! one comes contact .. ._._ ,
done, after this little exilement I weut- and ever will\ he nothing less than the
to the hotel office and registered\ a city of the great King "the joy of all I take this method of extending to my friends,
? kick about the frigidity and the noise the earth". It Is certaln'ly'disappointing .
and la due time lolLs first_Impression to manyvi"ltAlrll
lessDess of room,
my
1 w..> changed., to another not much particularly to those of theChristian ,and c :customers'my sincere thanks ,for the liberal :pavtrqnage
; it
'- f. itr. but could do nothing else. faith yet posaeases a singular .
Perhaps a few words about this\ wonderful charm which distinguishes It r --- '

'j 'city, would be appropriate, from any other city, district or town that has been given me in the past and of
before going on my sight seeing ex In- the world and certainly weaves anIrresiatable ,
Rion bond of fascination aroundthe
ped Tbe city of Jerusalem at IheJime! of heart ami soul of everyone who soliciting a continuance of the same in the future-
the siege by Titus was Haiti to have ha the time, money and desire to .
had a population of considerable 1 visit it, It may be'on.account of its

more than %.700.OliO but now reduced sacred associations with the past. It. .' Hoping you have all} had a merry Christmas andwishing
to 00,000 of which two thirds are Jews '1| maybe the characteristic surroundings -
and the balance MoRI l nis and Chr'st-. of the present, but whatever: It "" '
lana of all Beets. The Jewish population may be, there Is a distlnctlve/-in t>res : .a happy and New Year. .
.you prosperous ,
lately has inreaiwd wonderfully 'I stamped upon the mind and hieirory ;
,. not only .In Jerusalem but In the of every visitor to Jerusalem\ which- d
; \ whole of Palestine In spite .of the'neither time nor circumstance: can : I am yours to please -
measures taken by the government. to evereffaoe._ 1Vec eo our wayto ,
the Jaffa'Gate were Is situated the ,. ,
stem the Incoming tide. : .. -
.
-
The lower city Is. on Mt. Morlah Hotel In which Is my cool'and quiet ,. '
and the upper city on Mt. Zion and room and on our arrival at the gatewe -. 't -
.at first sight to tbe stranger Jerusalem atop "Wonderment and. watch the . .- .
seems rather Intricate. throngs of peoplejenierlng find departing .-- .... .
The street are quite sleep In places from It, there seems" to be a }
and many of them are vaulted over fascination about it that holds one ., r
and covered with houses. .The principal almost spell bound one. sees strings . .
't streets (ao called) are long and of Fellaheen woman troop by clad In .
bound the different quarters of tbe dark: blue dresses, carrying market . ,
.i 1 city* The street starting from the ((which II'In progress day and night) '.-
b Damascus gate divides the Moslem headloadsof. vegetables that would .ft' ;
quarter on the East from the Christian make some ICIssimmee horses quit the!
t t quarter on the West and the further business If they had to pull it in a ,..
end of this same street separates tbe wagon. Almost every women carries
Jewish quarter on the East from that her baby In a.bag on her back 'slung!
of the Armenians'on tbe West.,.David's by a strintf around .her forehead a I
street leading from. the Jaffa gate tiny arm or leg hanglng,out being the 'H. STANFORD
(Inside of which was our New Grand ohly indication of its contents. Heavily )
Hotel in which was my cool and -quiet clothed unwashed, unclipped Ilusttlan .
the Haramortbefoundations pilgrims tramp their by, staff In '
room) to way ,
THE ORIGINATOR OF LOW PRICES IN KISSIMMEE
of .Solomon's temple. It separate hands towards the great object of their r
the'.Christian'quarter, on the North lives to pay homage at.the tomb of .
'
froirthe'; Armenian quarter to the our. Lord. Then homes a troop of, v" .. : -. ." '
South and later, on it divides tbe Circassians, wild and weatherbeaten, ' ...... /
s Muslim to lobe North from the Jewish with long Turkish rjfles of Indefinite .r -:< ,; : -- : , :- :: ; .,., .,',. -p .,. .
quarter; to the South. One of the age lung over their shoulders, long . '. .. .
principal street or "alleys la the Via knives In their belts, clad In riding I' .
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a' Dolorosa and' Starts front near St. cloaks aDd astrachan caps, and \ . .. 7' -
Stephens._Gate (where it Is said St. mounted upon the skinniest of skinny
Stephen'> was stoned) and ends at. the horse on their way to tbe'barrack.. -
Church of the Holy.Sepulchre. In David's Tower. ,
Jerusalem being a walled city there The loafer and there ace: many, ,
are many gates.-- the principal one respectfully Salaam to a white turbaned ,0<- -

being tbe Ja"a- gate through. which and black robedsheik, who I is .
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"! all the traffic' passe, all of these always fingering: l his' >eads*. When 3.M : W. B.7MAKINSON I COMPANtjAGENTS
gates are open to the public 'with the come the cawela, dozens of them tied )
t 'exception of the'"Golden Gate, 'DOW head and \tall a. I described before, !
walled up, and thrvu.i'h which Christ they move' slowly and silently alonu M A YNARD ,. LUMBER 'Co.w -I
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was supposed to-'naave made his and Ihe streets, being' so narrow that FOR .
r' triumphal entry into Jerusalem and all traffic must to cease in order to let
'It baa been closed since the rebuildingof I heM beast of burden get through '

the walls of the city b,* Srieman and as the last animal. pastes the w Saw and planingMills !! :Florida! : Fertilizer Manufacturing Company "
,Magnificent, and the guides or gate tbe crowd again clones and each ; \ : _
dragomen will tell you, that' It wad one -'goes on his respective mission : .
,closed a* a fullflllment of the prophecyof The dark skinned Algerian the mild Now in operation. Complete House Bills Furnished. OP OAINBVILL.pLA R ...
Ezekiel! "Then tbe 1.0..ald unto eyed Ethiopian black and white clad Yellow and pitch Pine Timber and Lumber of all Kind i, '
toe, this, Kate shall be shut, it shall' monks rushing through the motley
not be opened no man shall enter ini, throng, the black Sudanese with ORnESZS; : PJLJED: :: PROMPT'L'Y.; Makers .of. High Grade Fertilizers:!
by It; because tbe Lord, God of Israel, club and pistol speeding' to their
bath. entered'' In by it, therefore it I poets at night fall. The yellow skinned MAYNARD LUMBER Co. of All ;
shell be sb1 .) .- I .. dervisbel- aDd the' gaudily .. :1 .. .... 1 11'
.' Tbis same gate lead to the\ traditional (- dressed consular kavasses sweat,meat 1 2 a KYrlooJ o0o'tc t t : t ka I Orange Tree Fertilizers Specialty.I
Chapel and Tomb of the Blessed and water sellers, and many many -, t a ; .

Virgin which we shall vlalt.l later on. more ot every nationality the world . , '."..
:
Passing through the Via Do oroaa we add thelr'sbare to the endless variety, -- - -- -- --
come lo a pool-called Blrket-Israll and one could stand_for bo'tfrs and tAlways #''a4'at4St4at a seatrttaiaaaiNatiiasasDaia1
DOW nearly filed with rubbish and hours'If( they could stand the racket)
which ,until the re-discovery a few watching these people going andcoin Remember the Full Name I SUNNY SOUTH LIVERY lf'
:years all'o"ol tbe ancient double pool ing shouting and yelling, .1 stood It STABLE.
of Bethesda, near the Church of St. for an hour and then. went to the
Anne.'was pointed out -a* tbe pool of balcony in front of my room and Laxative, Rromo Quinine -
that. name. At the Chapel of Scourg:: spent I presume an hour more It. fact I -
ing we follow along and are shown until dinner was announced at 7.30 j Livery Sale 1
*; the celebrated 14 station of tbe cross p. m. ; I ,
,? at..each, of,.whIch it Is '..f.' to say I had the pleasure of 'meeting Dr Cures a Cold in'One Day Grip in Two.
[V to millions) < of pilgrims hate- bent their Bliss of the Armenian College at Bey <

knee In-prayer, shortly after; passing routh. Dr. Bliss .and his father have 1 IFeedLT' F Stable -
the Chapel of Scourging we (flDd,on perhao done'1.1 much If not more :
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.the.ylght: thejConvent of.th..8la .ers-rot toward- -the-- Palestine ''excavation .t8.- on BeL 25o. .
Zion and it is well worth, a visit, we than any .others and I .shall take .
were' very cordially treated. It cOntains pleasure in speaking of"him at. further : J.W. MILLER. PROPRIETO-R '
the Ecce Homo Arch a relic of length when I make my visit tohim i a
the Judgement Hall of Pontius Pilate at Beyrouth.- Time .is up anSI( 'must' i flbENTS STflNDflRD OIL GOMrj'N1.' '
on the ante of which this convent....od.. close.. It seem almost' Impossible to
Tradition says ltwas upon this arch finish with Jerusalem for. q number of :
n (SI that, our Saviour was placed to be we 'k*.' Broadway Opposite Postofflce.J! ;
seen 'by all, when Pilate explained There is so much of Interest to see
"Behold' the man'. In the basementof and one wants to see it all, as the i :;I IlQslriim.eo. P1oxida. ,
this convent Is seen the original' desire tq go' -again I dont think I Blind Headache
pavement of the Via- Dolnrona. It Is shall ever possess.. :
many feet below"'that of the p<-esent ,.. : :P1zcane :1O2. .A.11 Xlnds :aa.ul1.n.e-_ '.:
1 day, and we are told It the j.
was spot Heart Fluttering.; a a ./ writes I Mrs Wattle Allen of
i, at which our Savior started when 1123About year o. :............. ##..................................
taking the Undigested food "I I
up cross. The Turkish and gas in the Au'gusta, Ga.. sufferedwith ...
barrack near here is said.''to have stomach, located lust below the heart _. .1'
sick and
blind headaches and could -
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'. 1 been \UullV n tbe site of!the house presses against it and causes heart backaches- .get j'
,-a.-oT:. PontlU ;PI late. For .tbe Jews palpitation. When your heart troubles. no' lellef until I tried. f ATLANTIC COAST'LINE -'i' :
Jerusalem Is the. only Holy Qlty and you In.that way take 'Heroine for a
here they come to die, and to be burled few day*.' You will soon be all right. -
Jolts sacred oilr: -and li.lnqti. -share' (!.0c-.-a- bottle Sold Thornaioo & --TWINE THE THROUGH CAR LINE FROMMIDI"OONIMHOTIOISIO. is
fraternal" charity, lavished on the Roberson. '
ancient home of their race by" wealthy CARD'U'I.'Woman's ,- , .
i ,Jew In all parts of tbe world. NOTICE. i : ,, li'f
One of the tot OF ' thing Interest to be Notice I .
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hereby given \to all"Con
| seen i* the walling place of the Jews To Over its' Rails !
tractors and Builders that on and East >I own to Savannah, Charleston})
?' 'and one must repair there Friday after January the -1st, -1006, that 8 the Richmond and Washington thence Via Penn: :
afternoon after 4 ; and It
p m. being hour will
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constitute Relief
a day work
; ALL RAIL 8 Iv&.nla Railway.' 4
Friday we take 1' In. It i* nothing
less than the Also.on and after: date above men To '
outside'walls
more nor
41 of King-Herods.Temple, many" of the,. Cloned;. the initiation fee will be C10.00( T''', 'I Immediately l commenced to Improve and the West (Via Montgomery{ ) and Louisville It .Nashville:

1 tone-.of which .it 1* authentically H. MATHEWS, and "Dixie Flyer Route" Via Atlanta. ITo
stated, composed pan'of the found MORGAN BHOWN. w now- 1 fee like a.new woman,and wish tov .Via Savannah k Ocean
Steamship .Companyfont
of. Solomon". Temple' This Z. W. BASS, L .recemm>'nd' :it to all sick women, for I East New York:, Philadelphia and Boston via Norfolk;;iSteamer
aLf rated ,wall 1* 62 ywda Jo length .% Committee. the .
, to. New York Baltimore. !
know-ft will them It did ; Wal.IDllLotJ.anel
v cure as me. ;t
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serve me Carpenters
oaf Uolop No. 1359. : via Savannah and Msrchans. and Miners Transpor $]
L;; tt> ."' **pe in, height., The' 9.loweslcoarse. ' ' .' US NS. CarduHs pure, medicinal extract .fHOEE1T" Via.Steuishlp.! tattoo Co., for Baltimore and PbUad lphla. '"1
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\ of stone consist of begs blocks and.pronptly : .
Job-work'neatly; .
executed : herbs which
relieves ,
.Iwhjeb have suffered greatly front exposure 'at this office. ] : ... v-ivegetable" : Key West, an d4" Via:Peninsular: & .Occld Steamship i'

:' \ are of vast size( ,' one beintf'16 D5'haIdJ', d..aibI' ..female, pains, regulates female Havana; .. ',C '
, f; 'ft..aoa.DOc.ber- Tt.>: : W w" functions mpany. .
Ihatetbe'Jewsr lohnWhlta&Co.LMmvuu. caMW ,tonesuptheorgaas
?fr' .1* more than probable wa rder your dyahs.dr Route of tbe eelebrate tnlna, $.w York 6 Florida llpee -1' 1'141'* West **?'"f.:
KT. to'a state of health. IJralted ..''.. .1vrhd.Llmltse L a.d lak.rIQuicke'st' ., -- **
aasarh.a..I.U.m1ddl.- ages"were la +w uo JllalII aeale4' proper .S !, !' : ,
;.... UieibAbttof folaf :&< be* __taliarw rah: ; "tor') b.stat.: but .: trouble.
1:":.naon lobe downfall of. .l.ru::alem.. ... Cow. .... t/7t1 ;y..AdltTMatnlAdl./'rA4. Tryjt for.your ,' Schedules Superior 'Service.; !
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