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: January 19, 1906
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00212
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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; o3. !. ? "'I\rary 906. .Ii/; Vol., IX :ties 4

FLORIDA ORANGES'QOOR. r, 'BiL ert.o. h,WH1TTIER.has! been considered that' The NarcoQssee teemed btxtb: very Grade.; much The Interested.pupil In this:, fttnJttt'nOtn't1irn"'n1ft' [' :)'1'm n""Jnm" nntnnntiUnn1, ,

;,, Receipt Hire' Been Very' Heavy. )youth vigor and beauty -were the Sunshine, Home. grade are giving special attention to == FOR v
.. mot essential\ element for a suooe.sini . spelling.! The use of the \dlotloaary\ ,
Ra. HwrXthe fruit.. '.
j I invasion of b nter'* paradise, but' adds Interest. c ::::: "
New 1'orkJan,12..4'Ibridaorange toe events of the last 'few week has Established for Coeauwptlvea by Seventh Grade. This class; regret* \'
reversed both ; the loss of their teacher ; DJug-. Dry Goods Clothing :
receipt this week were much heavier" !history'and romance, i the: Karoooeaee Local Braech of J JShots.
late ,
who ,:
j and the strategy. employed old'l recently resigned because of :
than anticipated. Mooday'tbere wets. Vets. bat proved more than by a'our match i the. Irlb"n. Sueeulae Society bad health. Miss, Ruth Little has "

19,000 boxes: with 9,000'TU&ldaf.. for the .ner tl effort! of their more -of Hew ..York. ,. been employed in- his place, and all Ladles and Gents IQO x
Mont of the fruit It In bad order youthful antagonists. There wa a seem well pleased,. FurtsMngs : pa I >
II In January of last year a few mem 1
There were tale at auction this week falr'field and no favor shown, youth HIGH Sc ooL. .
which ranged 11.25 (g 1.73 for orljri and age entered the arena thoroughly hers of this a soclatlon"lmproved a < The olaalel In mathematics: of the 'TO .
nal l packages' The general ..11..ket.ranjC" equlped from Cupid's armory, and,,the I tract> of pine land on the outskirts of nigh school are doing good work, one -,, ;
"1 Cl :2-. (tp> :2! rnfl: .. with some fancy contestenist.Jully alive as to the he.village and supplied U with{ water. { class in geometry In circle and' the
Indian. Ill vr, fining' it* high M $3.50/ ) gravity of the-situation.. The first reports : also'furol.hed. a : quite near other In spheres ,
all uuotl frul god lte from the deer hunters seemed to ccuaee The I'
for * he the tenth grade are battling with KANNfR&C.O .
All the. I'lver.e"m >Ulnthat tfnce' Indicate that the 'youthful aspirants camp, for- free use of any; consumptive ,quadratic equation / 71111

the holidays: shipment the trade has .had been aUOOBnfu, when lo, and be- who could give, proprrrel.'. The eleventh grade began 'William'- , ,
not taken hold as ,u formerly! did. mill.Uco. Wheeler 6ome forth witha erence a* to moral character. The society Uhetorlo tAd a,., All are doing good .,, t
The-waiiv condition of the prize ( Mrs ttorrlion) and on further promised furnish the work In latin.
to the eioemlre orange ratlin.,Ilaaurihutfble the very heel of t.hla. 'announceoient ; to. 1 Leaders in ,Low Prices and, =

arrlvinir Another cause from the heat of the Mont boat of eran come( Durham the assurance Hancock that) another has captured vet camp supply with of fruit reading and pleasant matter. a-environment ; liberal- I, :Several ALthe MUSIC.pupil have begun to E. headquarters. ln.othing..: j ,

a full grown dear from the same .. study new books. One new piano pupil
the orange come over the Clyde LIo 5
and If loaded In the bolos of the, yea source. Urt Guy ha already passed The treatment consisted In living. this .week. IGI'S EO'AaSAL; 8.
gel heat before reaching the 'arlclTorl.l ,... sentence on the first couple, and ex- In Stove vVeod.We. := STANau. '
constantly the air, careful aU
pests soon to be called on in the latter open Saturday and' I
to avoid this have been MondayFALL :
} on !the part of the ,shippers unavailing Instance. Meanwhile our belles nUou to hygiene; strict, standard o'f .will furnish' Stove Wood, delivered =_= ', ;

and receiver and beaux are looking on with won .aDIt.tlo.n. the most nutritive diet'obbalnable. to any part of ,1.0O per:
dering eyes tryllig to flnd Strand. MAVNAHO LUMBER Co mUl1il1L11U1ULU1U1U1U1U1UUlui1 l1U1U1 l aIL I IWU LLIUI '
There has bern no front I la .Florida / j> :. restricted exercise, amuiernent .
they were so cleverly out-maneuvered
and the grower will' market all the. while the old *, etc Theexperiment proved : ,
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veto p pea raoo would - -- -- -- ---' --
the treea thus
fruit on year.'The, almost seem to Indicate sltlvely' 'what U affirmed by :
that theyhad our .
quality U holding out bettor than *fpeeled -
and I It would Suprise'bo one,, to round that foutain of.youth which was hyiclan and believed by ourcltl-:,, : l'l

-' ttatve the total htyineut of.<frult long Deaoto.and 0 earnestly sought' after' by zen, that at any point,.In the '.le ate'd AND 1

and orange exceed the 2.0OOttM box Kaklo was In attendance one Weduesdayulght'(1Ulost pine region of Florida consumption WINTER GOODS .
mark. It 1* estimated\ that thl' week +
: ) on the occasion It a curable disease: ; ,provided proper .
will tee the bulk of the abtpmenti here of Uro.Gu '. . . I 1
and there'will be no more heavy.jhlp- new first sermon In the. facilities are bad and the patient 'will { ,

menu Dealer are/ hop!nor that theholldajfJuJLwllLbeJaver Whittier Missionary since its Baptist full completion.Oalallans church! ol. remain 'a sufficient; length of-time. ;. :
by !the next. jh Iteverend'.. gentleman selected The only incurable cases 'are those Stock -
week and the ,demand &l..r7--n. "
6th cha"ter-'ro-til' to ,16' sO-advaneed thatthereienprinifleientlung .. --rl j.
condition of :the : "
sour California verse (both inaluslva)fOr the foundation tissue left to pro peril, decarbonize I .
oranges ought to make the Florida
01 .
his delineated .
do better. the dlecoutve'and'Elearly distinction between! desire the blood or where the restorativeaoweraof Latest Stj-les{ ,

Good grapefruit' In excellent demand and action. maintaining that the mind the system are: practically ,
the top belng.13.60. The buyer of the Christian wa often contaminated destroy. by the excessive 'ute''bf <

are demanding the tt4sr 80s, and 06' ,with I evil thouxhM, and that the power stimulants, or Immoral life of Lhe:patient Lowest <
and. thcee'are very MaSQms of W "upPIea. these evils which the mind Prices . . .u. '

the fancy brlfhl hi these size bring llctated'wa* the true.strength ol Christian " or'ancestora.We . 'c. ,. I 4. ."'!!J "
t8. but thereare, very 'eow'ot them, I chanter, had numerous visitors during .
The retorts from Florida how that 1'tn tti-Ht gun from the disputant the- season, iitcludlog two from one of 'CONSISTENT: WITH :FBESH'HONESTxGOODS : \
there la not more than half a. muchJrra..trul. ' "- ... *, J'L.. . i
wet'or ' - - n.
over: a dry county wa die- the official* of our State Board 'of i' i L- .r-- i :

a* at thU.time In the lat hand year.of' The buyer' ruet now' ] charged at Whittier tan weak It coualned feali.h.[ The asststatice of the.State ... . : ., ... f i 'J,. .t
.Jo&dof .. .
a heavy '
chprgeepgainsta .. ..... '-'-- '- '" 'I! .
'wai highly --, -- .. .-- : T'.1. ,
dominate In quantity and do not brlnll'a..muI'b i suppositional tiger which wa blind Board invaluable, and ap --- -. "r---- t-- l' ., .a ear ':'., .
money a* the bright. The but. Dr. U. made "
I extremely dangei-ouJ. and number preciated. Byrd numer- "
fancy bright are napped uplfce -moment or reasons w.b3'VUI' citizen should aid >''u* intcronooolcal/ examination of the .. J" .... -,: i {

they\ reach of the market.1 stored There here I ta., In keeping our..uot1 in Us present sputum of.the patient'enabling. : u* to- : + .
no quantity grapefruit" dourUuiugcondltlon. '"'Mrs,'Arc(i Base :
This has been an unusual season for ruwlved one aa&hirppoclng It w be a 'confidently,advise eacb-case of a rapid A Few Prices. ''i'

tfrapefrult a* price )hate bmm. high. prohibition document had carefully' improvement), and to. some that they .M.Pfann r' \4 ,
O&Of'Pt..t.. the beginning. : While no laid for future ' 1
it'away perusal afuirlaving were, once more free ..of, tuberck.: ::1
great tlnir quantity. ha fruit sold In desirable above W..;tse," atall <<. been\loforined.of Its true character Among'our visitors wa Mr... Jane 62 In. Broadcloth black and color.$!'19'' "
fancy it tics promptly consigned toAbelauie R1 5La'Bltk Plnlslj Mohair, black'and V," x'
the Tribune J .
or .Buo-
/would brine abwut *5.-N w< York 8 *. +,)>. Pierce secretary i 'oolOr.'p. .l twttlw ,$ <

,Fruit .and Produce New., ,,' Climatic change bev.'oau.ed our shine Society; pbilantbropiv' association I, ......,..-eau., . ,' I ." .... .. J. 1 jj >,4 In La' fee Cloths blrakiadvelo.e.ti rrr.y Rb9.' '" 1 t
-- -- citizens\ some Hula Inconvenience, the with 100':1: branches'.lo every > I 36 in. Shirk Skin, 'goods,i blaIacd i ,"',

.Draliuze Cdmrniislon Enjoined. ono) north wind accompanied by coldraipshave State, and lo 'many foreign countries.'. ,J=EVERYTHING BRAND NEW .ioolors. . i ,XJ.*>A,, .,v4.Aj.> S.eO? t
rlou.I- Interferred ,with .. 7-4 Cashmere, very Pretty color,w 7f) i'' /' '
A writ -Injunction wa served, on the evolution of the ride and -shot- Tbis lady came on ''a'visit to'' Inspectthe s"s, _. ... 36 In. Henrietta QJota, In polka doeLtCbln
Governor JJroward; A. 0. broom, gun bMgades the. Patriarch however work of bur local society, as wella '"" ; for.waist* ...7.w '- 1 r

comptroller; W. If. Ellis attorney bas laW a.lde the shovel ..nd'the hoe ta prganlze .others In' the' 'Slat*. In,"*.let; us show you 'what we. S4 la. mined f3ul ,pf'/aA' ,,, ,

eenvral; II. Clay Crawford., secretary shouldered his rifle and accompanied wait Impressed with am'ti. ', 30 In. washable F, ? + w
of state; W. V. Knott, ..treasurer. by J oho and Will, I. at the present She *o Pour : have, and get prices,,, whether' ,"you'buy ;3g, ire Berkshire ,,, ,

and -1U E. McLlo, commissioner of writing on a bunting- expedition.Deer it* management, and .he m&nl1elpl' t.- .. \ .' e
or ,
agriculture, a* member of the Drain- and turkey are plentiful In this roveiB0nl'of[ the Invalids, she cow .. ,'of". .... 'f;> ",, ..; ,," , ". :} 1> .. ,,.., :. j.. 38 teFull
air. Commission, Monday night to restrain section but contlnuous/vfusllad by versed with.-tbat on her return to New | % t
from collecting lobe dralnr xperl4oeed huntsmen from BotherHwillvns Tffr R; Vf- WiV btj.r' ,h- *J-\ 'rt8.v( tr" t **..,""I.r\q J|, f . I '
age tax them levied under the Drainage Act oause' them to be very-wild.' York .btI suggested the ,,Re :t (Atvery. pretty line of Men' and.Boy'st vShirt I <'both.I.Dlf, 1 'y 'a ie,

of the lal legislature. The writ wa One of our Jrieud. Early Warren's" Burn and the advisory'Board- ;.*' '.Ne -1i&ee ,and WoplenI '"',' "'i''\\"w ",, 'J'',. ?H, ",;".,,.V"">,.- %*" Ladles
issued< from the United State, Courtat p..t{ year resolutions was to 'ab.taiu m d., P of prominent I northern la : line otA + T

Jacksonville under date uf Jauar from mull carrying during 1UOO. Tip dle -*hat' they endorse our," effort Men's.Sweaters, 7Sc,to $3.60. '' frig line of braes sari'' s ,

,11 and. I* made returnable' on February the Padgeu. ,between his l uoces. Canoe..or,: report Vteek"indWbiuler the and, provide mean' to 'assist I our Biz line of Men, and Boys Clothing atve, "/tV pri6e?.! .. Battery lowyrWeat d'= ,yam j r' +'
brought cuuutry
The suit I Is ,
1. "
Southern-State Land and Timber Co.:, to'beeulldly-under water, be branch society In establishing a Sun Men's Rain Coats in BJack and I'laldsw; ,

and names, In addition to ''the. mem alrnoftt begins to think that Ida horses ihlne Home for '.Consumptive.' at this A,yery. pretty)line of Mens and Ladles hosiery. Call and see our pretty '.line ol ;IXmas"t't'| S v..
'tiers of the Drainage Commission, the will becomeweb fooled II''".the ruins point,'of.alkdent'size and facilities "
[ goods at low prces.Remembr! e .
t.aroolf'Ctot.-St. trade, Ilacle.. De- continue. r' *", We ai o'hav8sthe'Buster' Brown 3.tockings'for. Boysaixi p
; In:the noble
M be an Important '
oountle4.-TaliAhassee Uemooratlo, ropster Is crowingfor : Laclles Coats In short. handle th famous1White ;, ,
Hoto and Lee effort the' medical! prafesslon' of America Girls. ,A :few more : ,
the victorious at the comingwetaud .Houoa' Shoe
Capital. ,ter... I;.;- dry election party declares* that 1* now.making to stamp out tubercular ", and 3-4,lengths, going very cheap.,/'JUllt received1a'very and.CbiWren ""-*' vf1P a ,

School Entertainment: major I tie*..are DeniucraMfc .and he ,I la diseases. At. the' seuil-annual : pretty assortroent of Mehs Hats and Cans S r V '

wilt be therefore certain to, be on the right oclety In''New .... . .- f 'it
follo'wlng rendered the general '
meeting of
The program. side. ; j , :-i- :. -.- ,J r ,
by the senior class in, elocution, '. Mr. Hull and hi* 'family have returned York' In- which many delegate/ , from, ... .' ;Viv IIRING"'DRY'

at the *udltorliimJhls evening. to YVbltHfet after au absence of other. States were precefft,.h.riugge... : SUCCESSOR TO .

l-Esay: Life of Oliver Wendell nearly year, tions were adopted/jtrld.. :"pledges given ,'H;: ; . M.'PFANN-, ,IAIJ'a GOODS>COMPANY: '*

l1blm..." '.. . . . ,Henly*; "The Anderson.2Portlcalseletfon Dilem. Coast Parties and are the returning ihdut is so from rapid the from East by maLl' local societies\ .to support U.Alreadf W." :J. ,WARtNQ.: !MQR.,, ."' J1-: "' : t . r' ::...;;. .\, :+t V ,

ma"" . -, . . .Call Brfan.. other section that that it the may laborer be said .of place the' on Brewer LaketendonAssbeen property--e _--' _______L ___ _'-_ -" __-____ :v' '. '.".i.KISSIMHEEiLIYERIfiED ' '.
"The Cbambered' Nautilus".-.. . this country are charming ....,.-.--' -- - -- --- ,. '. i i '\ .
. . ,., .i., .". Marietta. PIa DO. many and Lhe bairvest scant. purchased, Its :repair and, improvement -c the Test 23.Yeara'The f' bl=.; ,T :; t' \
"My Aunt" .'- ... VivIan Lee..3sEraayaalh'T1ie..t1u Mr. Arch Bass and his charming, commenced, and a.wooded, Haa-!Stood ; i.
_.. t .the daughter, Mi"* lye have 'been on a old, original Grove' Tasteless
: e, ..! pa.rk-ol .LweI' acre4..donated..s., :Xhli: rl.j
visit lO-fir-Assistant Post'Master Cnlll Toarter TTOTr.know-whatryotr-are:
Breakfast Table.: : ... . '. Call Bryan Gt'ner.lofvhltUer returning Saturday perhaps, Is tbs first time that an lnstl taking. It is iron' phd_ quinjte ,In a ; : andSALE\ST I; E J.t'

Selectipnt; '"Had! of Life". accompanied by that. notedJady button of this magnitude for'treating' tasteless form. No pav,,60o, t'4 t

... .,. ,. .llenly :Aodwson. and her consort.. exclusively has been planned, t 'i'f.
, disease ,
Epigrams? : ... '. Marietta Pfann.Criticism. . Mr. and *Ir.. Mon deoca reside ,atpresent established and will be Pleasant and Mont Effective.:: j.* REGISTER; : ; pROp.RHE;: janv .#8.t.
Inaugurated, ,
. '.. : Vivian Lee In South Whittier about fifteen T. 'J.' Chamber,' Ed. ,Vindicator, *1\1\ .
.t-rhlciam... U'l'hA-Poet", . . . miles from the poet office, and the mu carrlep on exclusively' 'e JIeD.', Uo Liberty, Texas write Deo, 25. 1902; besturributse' ': ri"t on'Best .# 1-'

::" ...:. .Marietta**- pr nn., LUl.l admiration which characterised alary ,Is paid' any official; all serve' "With pleasure and unsolicited by For" the, .:; ., < ,to , '" "
their'position previous to marriage bear testimony to the curative
6-Vocal-Solo: "The Tall Young gratuitouslyThe rate will.'be madeon you Ji

'Qysterman'!. ? . . . . Vivian Lee. appear to continue' with' unabated' ... cost, of food and ordinary expense power of Uallard's Jlorehound' and'Syrup.I ./ of Stock: always on.i! hand BagfengdT; *: 'ea: <
ft-Synopsis and criticism of cotel zeal. .. have used it In my family can .. :
*, ? ,. . ...Call Bryan. Our saw mill having changed bands of maintain house and ground cheerfully' affirm\ la the most ",effective transfer in' 'connection, with ,:sfubl ? .AU ,
\ ,, JI.
1-=Oeoer; .1 criticism .:..... ..UenlyAnderoo. and been removed to auothor auction The association,will be incorporated i and best remedy for bough and i* ,.

.. our peopl, will turn toward the turpentine , the application being now In the cold' I,, Have everusfldSold. 'by 1, orders 'pr mptly'attendod; ;to. "" *' ,ttffiffltP I ,

8- Song and chorus; "The old pfd still with renewed hope for hands V>f P.1:; AV1"Alroew, Esq: :, TbQmason\ & Iloberson. .. J JThrongh . .Ff. 1
. . . .'. ''. . .Marl"LtaPt.nn. advancement. .' '" ." "" ,
future. "
,".!Time: ,. to ati ad'vleorj'way has been of Tram" andi: Sleeping Car
'who \ ,
: '
his companions :
'Heart' Fluttr>u l :. hare The returped t'att'tarch"abd,*brlnlllnir In a fine 'tur great! ie..yioe" to the,society.. Service' Satisfaction. Guaranteed.. .. '. h ;.; rhe e;, 6I I ) ' .

r UndI e.ted' food and gas'. In the key and other game all the result The;oflloers o( 9ur local i. soctetv, Effeotivedan.: lOih, 1006..the Atlantic t __ f" .
'It.omach. located lust below the heart! W 111'..fine work with the; rifle.. Nuf "The Narooossee Tribune Suns. ine CoaStLine will Inaugurate pullman. 1'.C' ' -- -----J..o"fJt1J :

presses against It and heart causes trouble heart aed,, all eight, ring Off. 1CAKIO. Society," are* 'Pre; ldent, :.Irl!. W.'J. sleeping?*Ta.oar. and service AutruetaLGa.between' Jacksonville Train Has: ., Stood The( : "Test 25' Years i

palpitation Wben your ,Mr .' Vt B. 8-65, and . ..
In that Way take Herblne for a S. Carr; vice-president! ,, leave Jacksonville a. m. ,, ; ,;
few you Cay.. You will soon be all right. .Sickening! ,Snivel-lost' .: .Fit 1 Best; treasurer and .secretary; MrV arrive Augusta at 0:55 p. m.,the affording : j" VI'
I".a two .
60o a bottle. Sold by Thomason & be relievedand Knnls directory 'Mre. Best, "I '
' of Ague and Malaria, can M. L. ; ' points. Dining car service will be : "Grove s '
j Koberson. _, cul ed.wtth Ele I.oole medicine; of especial new" breakfast and lunch.v .' . 'a '
Is a pure .description of the property, Yencaicee .
LETTER. :rO- A.' .. GILBERT benefit 1O malaria,- for it exert a true. faclHttes1'i for"treatment 'Evening tratps from all South Florida ..:
EISSiMMee'PL&.. curative Influence on the disease, drivel. list of officer*, point make\: direct .connectioD at jphill Tortic: t :
Pear Sir: Mr. Frank Robinson, Tltuvilla I. tog it entirely out of the system. It II.' uv. 'will! (tie given at' a later period: Jacksonville affording' thet quickest Tasteless
much to be preferred to Quinine bav- JNO.,E...ENNIS: find beat.service between' Florida'and .. "
Pa': bought Devoe with a good ,1'1
after-effect .
thlsdrug'sbad 'I
log none of .... Augusta' : ,
'.deal 6f.feeling against the,whole tribe E. B.< Mundav of U nrlett.l'low Texas, .bsceola School.' For furberIntormatlon. lee loket . No-C i-e-No-Pay.. .SO >u'- . f :
of mixed paint. ''Our agent' there, write "My brother '!: ; with \ IHgh ,... agent. or.,write., "" .".-... ,
malarial fever add, Jaundicetill betook J: G., kirkland t"'Owltrgt0tiiescarcity'"dtwoo2
Metllr ..'K rn cba1t. A Cbrgot him.. todo' M 'Grade.. 'We' working bra ..w .
," Electric'Bitters, which saved 'J'ir.t. are 'D. 1'A.Tampa.Fla., .' A Grim Tragedy .NOTICE... JS.j Kj.Vl
IV. He says{ ceola.Phrmacyrprlce60c, In this 'We are ,busy '
premium grade. : .
)life At : : \ 1.daily enacted, In thouianda-ot homes, c'
: JI am more than pleased with the ]Job; guaranteed." will? the three R>-- this- Rev.,Carlisle P. 'B. Martin, L.; j., D. as Death claim.,,10, another &n& / ,r
The pupil/In tie hereafter spin'
I had one third of the paint,, left-over:: Second Oracle ; VrlW:1. .Of of or Pneumonia. distancetore to haul, ;: ;
umbago. beeb reading' about Geo. Of Waverljv.-Teaca* \ a vlctlin\ Consumption wood 'willbe /1.W :a raii V AH
know of CnredrLu : morning' when first arising often Lint when Cough and Cold'are prop .
,J several,othei. jobs,' a'year'r Washington.. O, A.IgDODtttL ? '
'r old or'more painted with- that A. B. .Caoman', Chicago;, writes TblrGrad.e.. Six- new pupils entered tlndstroubleeomepolleptionof. ( phlegm erly treated, the tragedy 1. a. ned./J'..;
; ; 1903 "Having been troubled which "cough: and -I 3
March 4 the reopening 'of produce a very O. UuntleyofOakla'bdonIndwrfea
are wearing i welL; 1M at different time and this grade at'' ; "bus small bad the"'eomumotion: and TOroett '
( wl1.h Lumbago making a liard to dislodge; a quantity "Mywlte >rrlM'Deluasa" ',
after the. _
K .What a pityVeall ,,haveto; s0. tried. one phTiolanafter ''another, school holiday/ / of Dal lard'. Horehound Syrup will at three doctors gave her. up Finally she y
[ through t the lame'school, to/And* 'out. t.beD'dUfereDt ointment and liniment, total enrollroent'.offlfty-three.Grade.; .These pupil. havepeen.tudylogthesurfAo. once dislodge' it,. and the trouble U took .Dr. King's-'JfeW Discovery for I>otltag' f.'more Gi tlemital thaaa a .
: altogetbett. So I tried once Fourth ', ,I know .of'no medicine< that 1* Consumption,Coughs and Colds,wbloU medlalne leb mead melees regnlMu r' r'a
what paint to oa" bousel' Kzper: up of Africa,
pat a ,
: Sow, 'and -Ira' abottle.of.Ballard'e equal .w'' U,':end 'it I* *o pleasant to cured ber7'and to-day shells 'well cod
*lenoe,teaches.; Itn.V.there- . .&ny, ;;'pfierate.j / SDOW f Liniment, Which gave me almost especially b. deer' : of pupiii'bt'thfi1qrade Sahara.i, ,. ..'I cad mot cordially recommend eteong.t"; Jt kills the'germs at all dU- Y'1Qr. a, Orr '

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PLEAS ARETURNED DOWN.GayoDr Mrs.. Dow -*AronX you ashamed SOLONS TALK

of yourself Out .tlll mUplfiHt,,and11

sitting here darning;, your stockingsfor Reduction of Au Was Proposition THE'
fcrst OF
and Greene Lose Out in ; TARIF
yogi! Discussed af Closing Day's Session
Rouad:Judge Spter's- Decision: ,Mr. DO'l\'nbl1l--Well. my dear: you New-Orleans. ,
nev'tir late to mend." .. '( .
Emphatic. taow: "It It too
. With the matter 'acreago as :the .
.. Democrats Show" Where
. They Sb
I"m in the United States court at SaY most Important question remaining-1
nnah"FtIdu'y morning JudttQ .Eiuory '? Football ;s nil t p}; VI.t ''Jiiii;: : boon concrjiiiad. : be aetU d"",, the Southern Cotton. AsdiiKilaUon .A ,Regarding tie Question :
owl teems ,
"I '
t l ls dltiecislon 'besaD""th1t let day of Ill: Ii 64,
{ : Spear rftndeed overruling to' be 'WJ'lethr' -UPOU' //fpronll.8elf\?\ : I" .
> work: in New Orleans: Saturday
Tb r ovary plea.jlmt| th.0, crlii9; ot c n.sIlr.|! anoa
EST acy with, which Greene Bud labor '"" headquarters! the 'election of officers ,

.. are charged was not extraJKubliJ. In Uuu Thing. and-the proposition to establish an official '

Antiseptic; life ,i2k Tlie'ileclaloh vim a ,avA>"I>,ng
,In, 'av &:..9r the govcruoifcuU, }a weans 'sleee. The 'Htllegrnfter! la -Just '1111I' committed' at its sessions to' ,oration of Philippine ,Uusurc.1Mrs. '

: that tho defendants rauat go -to' Irlalon bod Mi Wo wny 118.the big grafter' whacetiiHulatus be. held ;ater'.4Th : ., Morris Case Mentioned. "

Remedy j tho two old-I'ndlctr.i.ents( lu'fwhlcltthcc&ara ;; his_ Jhonsauds: and! nundrccU -" execuHvo commltea' will nlso f .Ii,'

I For Family ''and Farm fourteen founts rpgardleaa' of thoueandS la.a. manner that arrange to put' luto effect the pun] A vigorous speech In favor of Wt

ii LydIa PJnkham'p' -whether'they are tried upon the wlllpet.! >, heir scrutiny. If'graft la) 'to -of' holding the' remainder of the cotton -

Indictments, recently found or.uou _bo Abolished' the work 'of abolition for 15 cents .,It U directed to Philippine.tariff, bill'i' .bjr,',JMr. pals*

\: i A Vagotab'o Compound The opinion of the court wall; 4n must l pemieivtetaJl! branches of society''t one representative\ of tho ads ofl Pennsylvania opened .the ,proceed: !!,

.la a Jx slttve'euro: for all those painful part as follows; for graft Is wornc than" the dandelion aoclotlon 'state'and Ing'lathe'house, Wednesday waifol
from each! torrltiv. 'Jt
aliments It will
Cul'8J.h.! '..,orst women.forms pf Female entirely Complaint 'TTlio )plea alleges that, the coiui*: or burcoc't' ,. or (cockloburr! rcjoU .. ry one 'bankeV "from each state and lowed :by several others against

*. Inflammation and Ulceration, without JiirlsdicUon.: for the reaitonatherein An o sl era,phyclelanwrlce, : that he 'territory',and five cottoir, n at large the measure; moat actable ot which
Falling and DLtplacement and ceose- stated They are that the defendants has been offered a commission! by.lhe .
to' address 'br
perfect the following plan; Was\ 'a two-hour the veteran .
of "IIC" h
proprietor n. II rellor on
quest Spinal Weakness and Is peciillarly *- ,
were lately 'undortjieepver-
KILLS PAIN.. adapted to .the Changs ef Life.It oignty of :Great Zfc-ltain that under every 'patron sntV That la graft, "The'adoption of a' form of contract' BtatesmaAr-Mr.; Kelfer of Ohio aa''
; byvh'lch"the farmer or' owner oi cotton oxfspeakor, who returns to the
Dr. EARL 8. SLOAN' will surely cUr 'A Now York1 physician was offend hones
,y' el.I Albany Ctraat, Boston, Maaa. Baokaohom the treaty, and under extradition: trea a comr/ilsalrti cf 10 por cent on allbutta'esii can deposit with his. banker ..tha'roceipta after.,retirement of'twenfy years Mr.Kelfer ;'

ties 'between this government'alid '" eont to crematory: flrro.A, < -or, pledges to; hojd hilt cotton bespoke "titanj; pat' doctrln

; It has cured more cases of Female Great Urltaln the defendants wore Indicted 1 f1re"" Jh II;Itt..\his plight recur like a. for 15 cents, 'the contract to provide, of tbe most pronounced-type) and salt'

Blves CURED world WeakncsR baa ever than known.any other; It la remedy almost the Infallible to be tried on In'rraud'the charges; first lf !rHjmate! offer, 'but when one con that the' cotton.pannot' be sold for less be should oppose the pending bill, because -',

Dropsy Quick in such cwies. dissolves and for participation by agent si dors ttirt Btatua of the family: physicIan than 15 cents', lHBla middling, at u. w raa-a concession to the.,democratic

Relief.Bemore. expels Tumors in aa early stags of and trustee; second, participation In It takes on the earmarks4' of a southern ports, except with the consent principles. -*I '.

all wclllor I* I to aaUjra development; ThatBoarlngdovn embezzlement; and, third receiving: 'very containptlbl&-bltrpf-graft. .. of this committee. The ownerof Opposition to the! bill was* made t..:'

: gives Write(re Or*.,Nolhlrtrrmn H.M.Groan's be cone fairer 'caualnfr pain weight and headache la same,: to be fraudulently-felts obtained. small "present" wUl'otten. Influence- hortty to sell this cotton at IB centsor Mr. Pujo Of Louisiana.! "

::, Specialists._Bet B Atlanta dm Instantly relieved and permanentlycured The judge : a dor-artment'buyer; favor a certain over the banker! to retain! 1. edt As 'the result! of 'an Interruption.'

,. 1 by Its use. Under all circumstances "."or many years the United States line of goods, but It I 1\1 gratifying 'to per pound to be held In trust until Champ Clark of Missouri made. this

THat{ Delightful'Attftp Health it acts In harmony with- the "has been trying to bring to the, bar know that the traveling\ salesmen arebeginning 'buch time as all of this cotton no( cowuent regarding the Dlagley '.tariff
female ayttem. Itcorreotairregularity of public Justice the, men whom successive to fight that sort of thing.
Vn of "
disposed ,
pledged has law: 1 think it It an Infernal! Cures
grand. Juries have Indictedfor Du(,. the buyer ','ho:> engnsea In It I.Julltyor"lt '
this committee wIll| meet and arrange, to- the whole American people."
t ': : / t Suppressed or' PalDfal :JVrloda, Weakneaaof alleged violation of Its laws and very cnntcmptlhta grnft. disposition Of the balance 'as the Mr. William the minority )leader'
axt to abolish ?
In graftIn
ttti the Stomach. Indigestion Bloating alleged misappropriation of enormous .our e\5ernoad:
Nervous lYostratlon Headache sums appropriated by the llborar.ty high places we should not over- Interest rally appear of Interjected! Into ')(r. Pujo's speech

General Debility. AIM of congress for sthe benefit o'f this lock the "lIttle that aboundson A rosoKrtlonvby M. V. Calvin what h"considered the exact democratic
th* *
side species of graft Georgia was adopted ,Instructing position on the tariff
Toilet Antiseptic Dizziness, Faintness, city of the Georgia sea coa, t, and the every committee for
to publish 'alt
must be put under the ban- It tho executive should be levied solely with
Extreme'"f ajiNlfnde. dont-care and mighty values Involvld. in the transportation *
Whitens the teeth-purifies *.want-to-be-le-ft-alone feeling,'excitability national character Is to bn cleansed distribution of I00,00, copies of tho regard to the maximum'reyellue pro ,
by. water of. the Interstateand
r mouth and breath-T cures nasal irritability, ncrvonsneaa, sleep-' 'and given a chance to Improve.--TU* proceedings of the convention. duction.. If It protect la 'certainplaces'

catarrh: ; sore throat sore eyes, leaanoaa. flataloncy. melancholy or the foreign commerce of our country Commoner Hon John Temple Graves of Oeor. \ ', well and good; but that should

and by direct application cures bluet.." and backache Theae are On tbe other hand the right a ._ __ gla was Introduced .and addressed the not be its primary object"
s+ all inflamed ulcerated and Individual leas sacrodn.ot '
Indications of Female Weakness an are
are How' ThUT special
"I' convention. lie was given a Mr. WIlliams explained that hispi.Tty. 'I
catarrhal caused ,
by some derangement of the For lea to be carefully served 'b/ them7thantberl.bts1tftbepu
cop Rewara fornyeaaeofUMarrlrtlnacnnnot
org-ans. One hundred Pollan
TT offer
feminine ills.I ___ - beeered-b, vote of thanks.At .. did not bell*""*...In...fraa....'raJy
n -
ItI{ + I"Pajctioe possess extraordinary --Kldney-Oom.rjliiliita- : 11.11' Catarrh Curo.K. the opening of the afternoon and that the declaration In Its platform

F.; 3 cleansing, healing and germi-- and Backache of either HOC the.Vegetable .- In so far as they may be properly J. Cutft.1 Co.. Toledo'0; session. Chah-uhjaBi-. Nesbltt prevented that: all forma of protection are
Involved. The couYt has therefore Be tbo "a known >. J.
undi-niatnrtl. "
tidal unlike
anythingelse. '
qualities Compound Is mequalled. the report of the committee'on robbery, to which attention was called -
for the lest 1A bvllare bun
Cheney yeare.nd
; At all druggists. cents You write. Mrs. Pttfkham listened attentively and carefully considered .
; So can about _
recommended the
II" I -rerfeotly hononvblolo nil business trao "d. warehouses. It by Mr. Groavenor, did not mean
I. Lanes TRIAL PACKAGE. PUB yourself In strictest confidence.LIBIA 'the exhaustive, arguments ;>f lion and nuaooinlly abl to Barry out any extension and Improvement of the free trade. '

The R. Paxton Cn., Boctnn, M.... L riXEBAB |IKD. CO.. ",.a, laoa, counsel. obligation made by thrlc Orin.W ,,
"Why Is the court asked at one ..T A TmoAX:, Wholesale Dragg'at. Toledo present warehouse system. -The recent ejection of Mr*. Minor
U. Chairman Hancock reported for tbe Morris from the white 'bouse omoiwarn
PB.ICE; 25 Ct.q stroke to hew down the arm of Justice \TALDIIIU. KIIKAK A Mane WUolcwileDrueKl : "
finance ,committee. .It provided for made-- the subject of remark by
aa It would bold the scales In .t., Toledo, O, ,
rnR: :ANTEs I-GRIPINE equal poise between the governmentand Hair Uaturli Cure tku Internally,a"t. dues of 10 cents per bale" allowlng-20 ,Mr. Sheppard of Texas '? I

ingdirautlyuponthebloo.t and muuueuasur- per cent to national fund, 30 per centto 'Messrs. Payne and GrOsvenor raised
JN ONE L14Y the accused? f*oes of the.,.t..m. 'g'estla'onIM'.sent l fro*.
p ' OVAlVAMTEatD TO CU1XK "It Is said that to uphold this Indictment PrTo. 75o.: Ver| bottle. Hold by all DNg l" *. the state fund and the remainderto the point of order tbat Mr. Sheppard

NE + GRIP, BAD COLD, HEADACHE AND HEURAL6IA.I would be a reflection upon Take halls Family.1'IIU fur constipation. the count)"'-fund. The executive was not discussing the biil under conslderatlon. -:

won't MU A>tl-an t.e to a .4lr wba wo.1 1tmMUMkK .. mr*It. used the committee was' requested to employ but ,the point>> was not sustained
U ty
Tea at cent pound 1
sot but In view of this a a
f ij t .. Chit lor ro.r BACK 1C IT DOKaHManufacturer. G1Js.. the national honor:, :
e'mmem in Hon. E. D. Smith .ef South Carolinaas .nd'Mr. Sheppard '
Japan. by the chair .
f. W.D .r,M.D., Hpp I, g(.Jd,Yw action of all the counts of Great Britain poorer .
._' "' national organUer ;to more completely continued.- saying: I
of these 1-he
L 'n and the ample sufficiency Cynic's Dictionary.; -
Washington M 10'haveSa. woman.holewith 'a organize the various stattfa. the had heard tbe howl
& Company ; eleotrjc hair curler of Indictments. It will appear I' } "If president
Avery[ course in every an room.FIT3permansntlyeur.d annul them would seem a reflection - Altruism. -Mowing, your neighbor'slawn. The association completed Its labors of a wolf or the growl of a bear lathe
SCCCE8SOR4 TO with Its afternodb salon adJourn adjoining room, ho would'hue.
the national Intelligence.! '
: ?, .' upon Reform-A brief vacation for practical \J without:. delay. Declaring the been the immediately" :tHe
AVERY ct, MCMILLAN. Nofltaornorvojaa.fiaaa "The whole contention of the accused on scene
after Ant day'.... of Dr.XUoo'a Great politicians. adjournment President Jordan congratulated characterized the'occurrence air
Dt.Yostth PDrwJt.b.8c., Atlanta,0. be summarized: In a- single
NanBtonrUlrt.1 bottla andtnuttlMfrao nay The Simple Life-A strenuous effort
'-ALL KIMXM OF- Dr. ..,..KLI... Lt<<.,Ml ArcB Bt.,PhlU., P u sentence. The Indictment charges to Ue unnaturally.' the convention on the successful ..'1 .an "unwarrantable- 'vaoeceasary,
manner in which It had performed demanded
brutality which lnvesugfr i
The world'. prodection of coal ia 1880 conspiracy an'd the prisoners weft Candor-What a woman thinks '
work. "
MACHINERYItelEsble Its The new executive
: .waa STD.OOO.OOO tons returned to the barof this court about another woman's gown. : tlon and merited censure.
.. commute will meet la New Orleansthe :
"If congress, he continued .,..
'else. _-further she about It.
for something .Itis Tact-What says
". A ..__...... P.r riles coining week and arrange to carryout posed of American father.' husbands'
Something you
charged) that the prisoners are put Civil- Service- tip
Iloaleir! '
; Blind Bloodlnvj: rrotr dtnir P11.. '
the various
Dna bt.are authorl..dto refund on trial for crtme. other than those a waiter for and don't get. brothers, permit this Incident to gunrebuked.
t R Faao OlIN U S to 14 daym.SOo. for which-the.extradition was granted. Luck-An .explanation of. the- other have been' made; by ,the con It jrlll add. a passive snub

e fellow's success. . vention. It will probably be .In aeeaion cowardly approval of this violation
Tba taiephon! ay Umof the Illinois The ruling of this court In 116 fed '

Central Railroad fa to be extended.. 'rep. 844 on the demurrer to a similar Life Insurance-Providing forjtthe for. two'or three. days.,., ..- the most sacred principle of America.
widows and orphans-of- tb.- dlreo-. -. life" "
Indictment has been cited as authority '
M .JU.Hu'ee.n.Ian aaro PUo'i On re Tnoauka rival KoaBSTS. to support the plea of the ''de tors'lbs; '. .' : -.t : ''):;, 'ff,I "'I;m&i(I' :*; 'DUTl PUll i0R ISIOYAIY.M> Mr Oro.y nor replied, saying t

,. Mapla ttt.. Morwtoh, M.r., Fsb.11,1100 fendants. It Is urged that the court Water WagonAi'; : v hi l from I" .,' ....:.-....:. ., congress was not'a police. ootirt.. an
,, Tho Cerman city, of Pforzheim has apopttatton reiterated the-'word conspiracy aa a which a of man oocaslpnlly fine ride he'dismounts ...ale. Stsrfeat Lease life for Reteael leil. ;Jut he did not believe' a aensadoa'
to.boaat the having
of WOOU.-/ designation', for the offense but the Saturday Evenlnn Post ..., tie OM Re..... should be spread abroad damaging ta>i
-- .. 1 fact should not be disregarded that the'character of the American.admlaIttratton. -
To> Car a 0.... a. op ley A St. Petersburg dispatch says: Atragedy '

.4 Frlek 'Enp 7;; Bollora, all Take laxative Promo! Quinine Tablets along with this expression was the Sort of Funny: In which "student paid his 4'
sizes., Wheat Separators, rarrUU ref and money If!It alto to euro. E.' fullest and most circumstantial detail The house adjourned until
: life, the penalty of refusing to do honor
.' tr.orols'sdgaMnr.Oseaehbox., .. : Ik'.. of the facts, which were set out Willie was spending his first day .
- --
: Glasgow, Scotland apenda tin drink which were adopted at school. The flats were told to to the old regime, took .place la '. -
/tr fl6> In the Indictments 1'1111..1'day.
: theE famollll .restaurant "The ,
a write from 1 to 100. Willie, wbo did
( OCW.OOO year. ._ by all the British, and Canadian not understand sat staring la won. ; shortly after midnight Sunday night. UABAMU1S- AtC PUaMO
courts which passed on the question, -
AN EVERY-DAY STRUGGLE, der at the busy children. "Don't you 1 The annual ceremony of watching the
r a pi which brought the above extradition know 'how?' asked! the teacher.. "/ o 'old year out was being' observed. Upon Over Prsassltlo t. pave C........ .. +st.

"" T.o CaB "trovaam Cmrrr tha Honvy. Lead which gave the Information to the ma'am," replied Willie. "Bring up) the stroke of mldnlgb'ctbe orchestra ....b..*el &..,...Ceavt.While. "; '
.f 1Nkmso.Mrs.
lldsy prisoners of the character of the your slate" commanded the teacher. burst forth with "God Save the there 1* ail sorts of comment '3.
ON EARTH. K. W. Wright, of m'Maln whichmust
charge; against them an ,,p Large, Enal.... and Betlara-.eupplledpromptly. Street. Ha yerhill. Mass., .a1.: "In substantially before the gov
: Ixi proven said, "I'll give yon a few at a time..Copy The guests, with the exception of state democr.tlo'oommiU... la laying
1868 suffering
Shingle Mills Com Mills, Iwas -
.- ernment can expect a verdict of con' those. Willie went back to Astudent named Davidoff' a member out the plan of tbe campaign In ,this
Circular aweSaw :: so harp
viction. It was described not merely hi. seat and worked dlltrenlly. Presently state this It 1 that ,
year a fact everybody
Steam Gevemere Full IIn. Engines 6Mill' r..#III 1 pains In the small of an aristocratic family rose to their
aa a conspiracy, but asa, Joint and he tiptoed up with his''slate.. ..em. pleased with the provlwion
Suppll.e. Send for free of the back and bad feet and the officers present demanded
Catalogue successful endeavor to defraud the "What do you want" asked the teacji- '. mbar -',
such, frequent dizzy an encore, being determined to for convention to name m
United States by participation In the ed. "Why I've finished drawing those te '
spells I could scarceT turn' the celebration Into a loyalist ot the supreme bench and
I of Its trusted agent 'and offi )tugs you told me to copy," he replied, 'S
r xy .' .. .1;: get about the demonstration, .4 .. I, keep: > pars organisation.Intact- ._ _
hAQdlng a elementary ,
bouie. "Theurinary', cer. very attempt
Count 6herometl applled an epl
J at' wrUlns from t to 10.
passages _re- alto th.t to Davidoff for refusing to honw. ..lea) .Senate G.Ii ... ..*.
,julte I: r.u lar. .Coafli by Seeete.
the national anthem and pulled his The senate In executive session <
Crbe Monthly period Senor Obaldla. mlnUtei1 from Panama UNSCONCICUS FOISOt.I: C. 'J
were ,"so distressing I, dreaded their baa received the hew II O' .. It.pp.n teem C_0>*. chair from under him. Hot words Wednesday conjlrmed the following ;
In Washington
I approach This was my condition for, .. followed and suddenly In the mtott nominations:-Frank FTantx, governof4of'Oklaboma '

1T N four years. Doan' Kidney Fills following cablegram from his govern "I bad no idea," writes a Duluth of Joyous acclamation of new year" ; IT. J. Hagermann, govt

helped m* right away when I began ment: "Deny uprising of San Bias Indians man, "that It was the coffee I bad been the guests were startled by eve shots ernor of New Mexico: ; receiver of ;

lacraae Values with them and three boxes cared: :" Personal differences between' drinking alt my life that was refponslpe In rapid succession, and the corpse land{ omoe N. II. Alexander. at lion&Komel'7. .

r. 1014* Per Ar* me permanentlySold / Chiefs caused circulation' of -the rewort. )\ for the liendACbes which were of the 'student lax on the floor. Ala. ::,

Above Par' by all dealers. SO cents a bpw ." growing upon me, for the dyipepsla ....... );

Foiter-Mllbnrn Co. Buffalo N.. Y that no medicines jrvould relieveslid
EXPOSITION rAVORCO BY CAPtTAUSrS. fqrtbe acute nf't'\Olun..I" which nn AFPtOVC NtPBURft'S' Rut BlU 'RID !"-stSRIJSSI"IIS.' .. SGwere.sat

---- fitted me not-only for work but also -

S.033.BOO Berlin,aonU.ttermtny., 'has a population ol Men.f Atlanta to liberally for the most ordinary sbclal: fum-ttana., Cemarittee,:: oe Interstate, sad forel,. Leek-* wit a Aanlotr-< the]
I Aid Urn Great felr. "Bnt at last the truth dawned upon Coavwerce teSeppoet .....?.. (..11I11I of Jaauary 21 .CHI 21. $',

A representative body of AtSanta me, I forthwith bade the harmful beverage A Washington special says: For tt I I. the anniversary ofi.

." a prompt farewell, ordered IQ the of giving the house bill January "
capitalists assembled at the chamberof some Postum and begnir to 'use It. The purpose toned Sunday" In St Petersburg hut, l
lxl 'It U a-well knows rr-'ha'; GOtto'; : some prestige before the senate been made to Mel*"." '
... commerce Wednesday at the Invitation good Affects of the new food.drink were preparation Have ,'
or erop,pr04uc.M .. Hepburn .and of
1..sq..ypother Y.rWJaera will brf of John W. 'Grant, chairmanof Apparent within A'er1, few dayi. My members brats .It this year" on January 21 \\
'" lb.51beripor1bl.. prtoe ca tao. ...... ., Itp.daeh.&Te"'ff'1tS, frequent nnd decreased committee on Interstate and for- 22. Intense Interest U felt In j
k... Mske the 1910 exposition an41\\1
bealWy. etrnW! wNlGry canvassing eom elgn commerce, are 'endeavoring Ito ,
YeJ t.Oft, w.tb-JuU In violence sty stomach grew mcnnorln which'the ,people :
en tb.lfN mitts which: : Is work .
_bolla U a I1aibe.'tIi. bw BACK OF THE ATKINS SAW among..tb.capl strong and nble to digest/ my food vwlth- reach an agreement unanimous, memdrat the day. for It will ',;
a,all Uae ay no to tho vorr top lUsla. report.of "'rate bill. This .
an4 tip .n4a .f tho bnnob** of. tho Tw: eaatnrlM patl at andeoaacN.tlou..aort _The gentlemen present oufdistress of any kind, -ny n rVOD"- a developedat to whajt, Extent the Russian govern= ; '1:
7.GOttlOli pJaata7 JltwraJlr ualiiv to prodoo tb% every one of fleas has gone and I am nble to enjoy Friday's, meeting of the committee plant iia'succeeded In restoring qulot.1/:
Vlrfrflla-CaroIina fe tilIz bass Sawn la the world. whom Is prominent in the business life withmy nelgh&ors anti at which the republican members
sleep tailed '
n.'l'MY Tea r. fMIoeu of blood and bralaa. Tbe workmen, council t a* u)
Iv II aa.IDa&eI'laJ Th. argues plant la tbs world xeliulnlr world of the 'city, expressed'themsolve I o nlght*. My physical strength andfine announced their purpose of unpport- strike for January 8V\"J .
1 .. wablwnWO to I'GUr ele- derated to sow.m.kla..t.pto; 'l.. ..., as' heartily'In sympathy with 1 power have Increased so much Ing 'ffte Hepburn .:Mil with a tten.ra'l-paclflc
.a era.tpeo bMD takes tram It hradrwil o(hWili-oUM, hlfh-prloa eraha_. certain and there will be parldand pleer'tIngs { ,(
+ b : and.qulDnd with easily peolal naohlMrjr.A the exposition movement. that I can do double the work t used 'alight changes.6B4ND .' "
0 '
cd, roar T"t.' I..n....aore..o' r-rattar5>> atUIloaaofdollanvvery_Id.wlel. badwMa "iire<..Uaa- _.a/ 'to ,do,,and I< undueIfatlcne; at- ., held- In momory.. :sot J the*,,*.day. >(4

yl W tuq yosrdttNa: A r.pat.tlo bUt tl wth two eiat.rl.s HONOR' !"RAE ON CON. tjer wards. JURY OICI GEORGE GREEN.True .i **n* "

,, At lgl rarln.e t.Y..C--'C.: at*alMdr otbar .growth....lor tbU vaUnd(....BMM laitllaOo highly*. thaaa "This improvement let In Just as' '. ,;k; \ iTwAMf!), fOR CHAIRMAN. '
JUoIuDoa4.V.. 'wtiastsGal e Tho faannty of this Comply, whlbh If soon as tbe old cofTr* poUoa.bacl' so ,
rr01a. \IlaftlDG ab.Ga. >f MOMd tho..oriel..... 'Georgia Senator, Appointed Member of tbe Dill, fined Against Juror 'Who ,Sat 1 I.: .. f -*
worked out of .
I' If.a.t .1Momtgom.r .sole .. .. my system .to AlloW''the ,
., l
: '& Wa all type a d .1 of sow, bat GeoigimD.: .,.tan IN .Ce ,re**> Select,;
i ..11. a. M.mpb/axba., m\T a..-.nda tha best. laternotioanl. lew society: food elements lu rhe-Postuni to get first Irlel af S.nfoid.The .

,I?. u.o.leI.I. ,r Bbrh.. port, I." Atktaa Bawa. ,Cora Waters P.rtetlea Floorarapora .Benator'' Bacon of Gocrgla hag, received a bold to build m. up again.; I cheer- Floyd 'couny"grandrjury: : >at Member for Compact Cemmiilee. 'U
( .<>.an sold by all pool hardware The'members of the Georgia delega-tj
notice that'he has been fully), testify that'It Poitnm'andPo.tuAn Rome Oa../-.Friday ;
oaaJ ra> ,lOataloaaoa>to<|iMt. elected was afternoon "teturne;!. 3
,.. E..;c.< ATKINS tt 'CO..' Ino I ''a member of the council of the ,Amer. alone ,tbnt did all this jTor a' true bill for' perjury laIBst'.Georrt; lion In ,congress have, uB nIID0'U111,1,]

f, ;:0.",'- (AEI -'- Moa.ct. "f t' I. the ,."... IcanScclet'of: International Law lust :',when I 'began to:driuk It. 1i''' 'thr..",/' ,Green, a'Juryman on .the former'1 trial electedJudge; /;' Orlggs a* ........ cam'paiga'wlth'the
,. r.1t3 C t a .r.., cpa 1 .:Ulnr....-. formed In New'York, of which Secro-- ,physic to- tUe .; Name givent; >/ of Sanford..,, The, .sollcltor/general 1 member of the congressional be,;j

,'-..-.-.........rono.-_ .?aM.uh T_.... rs.r)..h tary' of State Root is'' prelldent, aDd Poituni Co.,..Buttle 'Creek, Mich; stated some time-ago that.he had evidence understandingthat.-',,
"Ae-.lu6;,e- .which has a number of eminent jurlataaa ; .-There's a reason. Head'the famous to prove that Green had' exi wllLba'a'csndldate, for' the .cbalrm '
/ JHtle book "The Road to'Welhllle." In ship of the commitee! the'place be 10,
BY COCO DEALEftSAVjifif E\otR\'W vice presidents amGu.. them Chief pressed himself as determined .
f ;: ac '' s,
_. '.. , . -:- r'c": ,'Justice, Fuller .of, the ,,aupresie court. Pkga. 'quit. Sanford. ab11r' jjlicd.'ln; \ :one cimpalgni, !. : '
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:,F1iiE 'FtlL/pfrr. that ..J'ult'II T"
principle the acceptance ,of the l o.Or: ; BEICNINti i
of ;
.. called for a the C9rrelatloa of forces C.r..taMw.eeab..TalH.s sad t...... -
) rewriting of pb71lea new c1P' j, sANItSe pOWDCR
;' A SERMON BY the tbeori of for -
evolution 1 GoodJLucitPremium
I i' the rewriting ot .,.t .. fcy. AkorpU. *>. 4ie CA* AND aAva iv. VMSV AMS '
THIt RELUTHER.. .R. J DYOTTe blolon. a new blob X -DiHceiea .",;* iVA .u .*L AOTtc..s .sas LisiTiatlv ./ :
0".. so' 10 the same sense the :W:1clt: otae."e a , ;..-.. .-:- :
\ ante Of Srrtain a't'JIb M : Water wOl CUM bad ;
day calla for great tonvlctions of our I breath and bed taU tnt* It lark a rewriting' ot.theology.... tote Indicate t
} Habjectt fegdaueat-,, a new ant bad offensive breath, *
can It a new tbf'01- b is due to etnmarh trouble. -'w, .
1 Brooklyn, N,: Y.-The Rev ''Luther net It 701J Will, but do Dot let PlJudle" Moll' Antl-Bekh Wafers partly tbe 1 ,
"' 11. Dfolt pastor of the United Wtl h frQnl j stomach end stop belching, by abcorfciaa! ;' -
,' Churchj Oongregatlonal ( ; yalreibnrut'uitt': nit cam 1 fool .aM that aria from undigested. f'' d'I.' ; ,ri la Mae".e".iq.4 e
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sandtf I d
br I
thin. eapplylBf the diaectire with Y'.1
organs ; e .
nwrnluff on ludeatrnctltiie oun'datlomv aule'.U .tatem'Pat ,: ;
Ihof '
II old. yet 'I natural solvents) for food. ef a-eania) O.*4 LMk ,
r : He took' bis text from.F.alwlJ is hrT,5 becl" "tb t statement. They relieve *e. .Ofl" car< sickness '."eI Bakiaf Powr. amt
XI,:3: .It the foundations Tr.becV" It conforms to the naneea of any Itlnd. '
be 7k
destroyed, what can the righteous great .. for which that; I They quickly. car fceidacbe, eorreet the 1\ e.epa mast.' a '
do 'e'
? ea. Good
t Hebrews ;xll: (revised version): "Faith tenth: itand. ne great fact or fact Ill'effect of etceasive song or rlrinklnThey *. pt.mtm. ;, Luck Bakirtg ,Powder is such a great

ja the, assurance.of thinga'hoped for*'I do-back Ot of'bance.the truth and its aiatelllf'ntilI ; -onion. breath will destroy lnu aptly.a tobacco*" ,' whisky or I favorjte with! good cooks.that we are. shipping;,' .

the proving of thing not seen II Theological Statements They rtoB fermentation :" .nd stomach t .It to BTocerjin car load lots. This big
Timothy 1:11: (revised ;version)! "I \Ionl rosy ma1eb.n.e. seat IndiffevHon.. cramps, colic Ras in the .means a f
know wbom I have believed end am become angry! oUlr 1 fright stomach an
persuaded that lie Is able to guard that end, :.-.-WlJttU; ethers foolishly and ,domen heartburn b.<* enmplexinn. diary.spells .... still further increase thefsajes.we this .
e are
affliction from dividing
ADyothoor car-
which II have committed unto declare! that they nave no ,or arising '
against that day. Mr. Dyott Mid film theology: but. In the mefr-time, theology'remains a wTlcn! Mall'sAntt-Blrti; Wafer* will '. c't.. r t' land saving with you }la'the {orn
We seek the solid and safe la., the the unlver.. the greatest science In do this, and we wantyou to !know it. This. all, absolutely free -if'you! use .... "
things of the unseen world. This Is and, ' sclenc4 of God offer fray not.appear again. '
of supreme Importance. Other dlrine things based upon-a reve- .S
in this connection things latio4 made of.tbrou b Jesus 'I. _
are relativelym GOOD LUEIK d ?
portant/ They are,to'be thought,'of 'does ; and that science itself aa such GOOD FOR 25c143 ;
not -
and appreciated and 'even soucht'found God'e foundations ehange. .. P.nd this eonpon with yoar"Dame ,
and kept. We are-firm amid all
must have them' the sad nddre end your dmcKist's name
llooin for the active life of a growing- of mutations which mark 41ie history and loet-in Umps nr ilTrr,",and we "
belief is Indispensable., ,A place for the the human race; amid all the storms will supply,yon a r-mnl free if- yon Baking Powder t
.' sweet and sustaining comforts and shocks; amid all the disintegrating have never u..d. Mull'* Anti-Belch
'. hope of humanity is of thelarger agencies; amid the rise and fall of Wafers., and will also *..nd.{ -on a certificate r ,
The garniture of refined desirable. empires: amid the birth two food for 2V./ toward tho. purrham JTvee* article are carefully.elected.._d'you are sere to
and Immortal maturity, the old and wtbl of more Belch WaferYrKOprtll, Bud ometnlBC. t* please All .
love ,ls ever to be age you *r lln-tratxl la the . .
-, regarded aa more nations: amid things arid find them" invaln-ble: for atomnoli trour Om Bookfound laaldeeacUcaib-'It! elm
than a. mere luxury of present hie' Addreo. I telleyoahow
tbe : owes by abtnrpticn.
Inner life things to come life aanycoBpoas It will lake to .
and death In spite .etb. pmolum yes ehooes. ,
Other work Is Important; but only of MfLL-'s UKAPB: TOUIO Co.; 328 3il
so to
a fOmparItUdeln'H.. everything.. .bf_ >llsr,__. ..r._that...".may.. 'f\An, oppose_ |A;_or_ assail ._-_ ' Avc.,' ,. k.lal.ftd. ill.Oiw'Vul ' Good back Baking Powder. eke beat obtainable at
-- n &UH'. &U. B.-n-ln.lMcauae
'n. _
Tedlou and "rtctlr.Mire a4 reliable.
temporary Is the' y
task corruptible life all may have perfectly AdJrtii and 'n'ru. Plainly.!
of the theologian. Unsatisfactory Is indestructible foundations.'. What are The low price leceot* for*pound eaa;I*made po.. lODLi
the: task of the creed-iuaker. Small is some of these; foundation? Religious JM* by,thenormou*' *ao>, and the premium ere
the task where Jarring sectaries" experience; that-is an experience-of All drunriaU CCe., per bolt or by. mail offered. merely at a. laducemeot to new. pttrckaeen,

learn their setseh'interest to discern God In the sour of man la an indestructible -' upon receipt 0: price. Stamps,accepted. the coet of some being arena by lower coat of ...1... "'i
; '
and. not unfrequently aunt la 1
to become Irre- foundation. Such car! lota. G

llgluus! the In the task name and of'tbankless.the religion. Spasmodic effort -- ience and la knowledge derived from exper fact Why''' Is It that' a wise'' suggestionfrom 1' .Vj rtr Tttmtn'tOtfilmtk.tltmtttnimi .....iTHt ONE .
abiding in spiritual consciousness. ...
of, the Iconoclast.: Feverish ,a foolish man never gets the SPOONUTHERN ..'
and Plod ** a spirit- Man 1* a, spirit: SOUTHERN' MFG. Ctt dv
fitful, though somewhat'sensational There 1* possible contact :.nd communIon attention give.ato a, foolish propoaltlcm ,
.. "
and imperious Is the tack of the .clenttst. here. There is. the'po lblllt) of' by a wire manT '' Richmoad. Xa. .....' .

lint all who are concerned the best knowledge In the world Tight ",,'

about building character upon iDdestructibln bere.' Fact evidence proofs', knowledge ' .. .
Cures Caa.* Blnod rulo* ... evrla... .
foundations and are actively they are all Here. Knowledge'
engaged in this work has found It you blood- -poison producing
are realising that the proof; proof Implies the eruption*,! glan>l>,
which Is of "
supreme importance as day existence of the evidenceevldenle bump and risings' burDla,. itehlba sktn.
by,day, hour by hour moment by mo. Implies the existence and reality of copper-colored spots or rush on the skin,
meat rises' that, "house not made with tbe fact while the primary datum mucous patches .In mouth or throat. fallIng j
hands." Here we must toll 'with clear abides in experience.! hair. bone pains; old rheumatism or ._ CHMONDI. '
understanding, magnificent1\ courage When'a msn-fifes a religious' experience fool .catarrh take Botanln Blood Balm (B.
and untiring .patience.] Here we must then he has an 'lndeltructlbl..J'QundatloD' B. B.)all It kill the pol0n Is the blood tsoon
.1ie.-Rt1Jru'JaJluertaJD- sore, eruption heal hard sweJIjDg I sapg.jrasi
_ _ .
? IIa.cannotShenJlemoral! !. ly ubsld. ache* and pains stop and a .'
It in n fine intimation and"-a hopeful Ignorant.' He knows something. Thar t of ..otytau.* of
Indication that in some respects at .which a man sees may deceive him. Mood ' the efm
least we ore' equal to the demands. That which ; hears may. not always for. 'cancers, Jtumors. swellings eattaa L.ceof 3ochestnut. years; a;Ivy.: i .secure the Biggest cropsjof corn,
We do desire foundation Which cannot be so, but that which he knows, be sore, ugly' vloor*. peralateat' pimple of all 600; the cedar. 800; .. _
be destroyed. Here knows kinds, take ... B B. It destroy tbe 4>tall.eP1' "..
we are serious and no man can take it from 1,600 and the sew t.SOA. fertilizers be. .used
poison la the blood heals oanoer of all must liberally. ;
enough' when we are serious at all. him. He is upon a foundation which!:: klods. cures the worst humors o. .
reference with to be deceived 'with cannot be destroyed. Then faith finds.: nratlng swellings.. Xlioiuands cured.up.I by "

to .these things We, deliberately her best function la establishing the Ik B. !S, .fter'.11 alas falls. B. & & 'at least pounds: to'' the, acre-with
prefer not to have our fountainsof tact In dealing In the great "unseen composed! cot pur botanic. ingredient Improve 500 \ r
'I1r'S'analoned.' We object to the realities which are always more than the digestion, make tbe blood run V z1ey's'' '' '

destruction of the foundations of be.let. the seen In I giving the assurance of and rich stole the awful Itohlnc and ..UIh.rp. ;',, cent. nitrogen 8' cent available
( ., Esjror. falsehood deceit bad things iioped in shooting' pulna. Thoro'.lIlyeate4 '' >per ,
are for -roving things not for thirty years' I>ruaalt *1 per bottle, Lemon 7. ... ,
.enough anywhere but they do the most seen. A man cannot subject; such an with complete direction tor hom.ur..
barm if admitted Into the affairs of re. experience to the teat of the natural Sample free. and prepaid. by writing Blood Is for 'acid and cei t.' POTASH '
a lure '' J: 9 per >
llglon. lie who poisons ray body may tenses It Is too large: for such a test Balm Co.. Atlanta. Ga. Deserlb trouble .
only affect the place where my real as that but be knows be is right and and free medial advlo also sent In sealed. LIVER ,. <

life sojourns for a little while, hut he he knows he Is upon an indestructible letter. and a' reventive Ts (a, most important factor in' com
who poisons my mind and my soul does foundation. It Is not only our knowledge _. .,., 4
me untold harm for eternity. He and 1 of God. There Is another inde The Japanese lamp ebtmney factory TYPHOID 'f i '-

may never be able to make satisfactory structlUle foundation in Hi* knowledge la'8 wa tow la doing a good bUll:' and other : Our' practical books f6i.farrners'. are
repairs of some !kind of 3estrnctlv of us. If is written: "Howbeit the neap ) .

work. Most of us think so. We do firm foundation of God standeth. having . > '

desire the solid and safe things of the this' seal the Lord knoweth them v, II..B. .
Immutable verities" of truth which will that are Ills. .,U* cannot mistake. We .Good for Parent'Baby' .
Joatrthlnk; 'what *a-... ,.,. It to-be ... '-\:4'\ ......,
stand the. tests.. "If the foundations could not deceive Him even though we 1 robbed all,tbe btnenu ot the eerrioet a. : "
be destroyed ;what cat the righteous might.deceive others or be deceived by >, eoatinuou ace lung tbroufbovt tin sort, and vast fund, of invaluable' :
CoT* 'what we might suppose to be expert, oareat>tMMi. when /Anti-Onpin. IB foaratc.teed '.Ask Tour '. .
The strongest emphasis of our times ence even -religiousexperience, even to _.... bold erer-wbere.. 5 ft*.
especially In matters of religion-is being though we- might deceive ourselves.' .. W. v......... Mat t, ..* ...*. r.BprlafHetd ,50c. and'Sl.00tper Stores' tion. in them. $

placed upon the demand for the God know. Of this We are certain. JaorChinese at Drug .-t, .. ;) ,.,
'real. Notwithstanding the prevalent!; He know tan perfectly If we are His,' atodents 'Japan. now number AeMraM. 'OERMAN EAU WORD; ". ', ." I

uperOclallty of our age the quick He know it. "If we are DOt-HII. by than 9000. .*.re.. or hares ti..-ttJr.leer Bwab..b1' {'
-ales of birth-rights ,for pottage.the the regeneration the Holy Spirit, we --- '
heated ".'llon.tor pleasure, the gaudy may become HI*.. He will know. He leak eared 1. M never miaates. falls.-by 'Woolford'ifI.nlta'7 Bold brDmcgteto. .Spot's, Long ,. '' Bells of tngland. Sunlloht Kill, Mead ...... k'

bow ..,'those woo "glory in appearance will cause M to know it. "The secret' -Lotion Mail; 'ord... ftllei It took Spot, a Weat' Th book>> ;,'we ,cpoke_' of aome. UOM
and not\ln heart;;. dot the Lord Is 'with them that fear by PtTPetehoB. .Cm-if.d5TOSe.lad..!. Just six day' to come on tongue., of' the ,b.II bell.' ago on'.r3=he Bsto ata TNII' ,
fact that we are living in Him," He desires It to be there Holland Mich. to Chloago.' many"changes' "to our oIDQ on 'WhMe Vtomgrtr.] 9. "
, "grievous times" when so many are jBvery man has just ss much'right to Secretary'Taft has traveled 100,000 mace| It speak, of disaster and '
.. ,.', )t i Spot arrived In Chicago colt'o of tie, U. S., Asvsr; %M .,tt **|i **
"lovers' of felt, lovers of money, boastfal know that be II alive spiritually as be !' sine )t.y_2.. 1.01. _. ..' ."_ ""footsore'"and but. rejoicing, and 'devotion. la ...raaJ.a..ssjttesi. OTOie W., kss

haughty.*railer., disobedient to does that be Is alive physically.: This UNABLE TO WALK.Terrible often .telll 'of,'''Old tlm-ji tit ,
walked In at the residence r<.moii r, tb.' aelfils. .,{ tile
parents, unthankful unholy without knowledge is brought to us in the witness customs. Mr. Dltchflelfl .
natural affections! implacabierslanderera of God's spirit Thus it Is that ter A. P. R 1I.IIerc.. IX ,' .ir1aat! light even >c.-f II, tMcp.. .***. eeRa'
Sore...Ankle Ceased Awful Inf.ferlnat .' Old England, give some try-.lueb a* our 'own', Js beund'to'bS'ba.rmful
without self-control, fierce, no bores we go deeper than religions experience'and nue .and Indiana street, .(. ; .
that .Coaild JIM .lop-C-ired *.handed down through to' tbeblon'rtexi: and .tL't'I.
of good, traitors headstrong, puffed find another foundation in wag him taU and put his
op. lovers of pleasure rather than lovers arm foundation of God--lIIs knowledgeof by O......_Jlm Sir Week. .( all over 'the astonished of the tolls.".. the t long run therwi'blond peon w.n >

of God holding form-of godliness us. Jesus Christ is another founda.I, :"I had a terribU son on Day ankle?;sad the household.- part of ,.the country the V driven out of*xi}t4itto* by tilt dark- ,

but denying the power thereof notwithstanding tion. He is our chief cornerstone. Tb* I had not walked. any for el'I't'CD.o.nth.' .. 1 :Mr.' Re/hberg": toll tile 'old year"out',, Is er-sktnned'races .on _this '..account."Light << _ _
the fact that In the very Ideals He holds. His simplicity. His tried nearly everything :it ho- any benefit 'weeks ago for duck "Old Lad' .PaaslngbeU." affects: the'' n.rvou.'aystsm,*.,. -'......
church itself.,there are certain oscll.n-" grandeur His humanity ills Deity,' and bat; a doctor, ;but be di s't'' England the belle peal 1""" '
life-ell to do ood. He aid 1 weak Mrs' the'doc along; but when producing nervous instability''and.lrritablllty. )
tory movements calculated to'perturb His faith; Ills love.His combine any -"Oak Apple Day; to'cele ..
to have. 'liml .ken off and that. 1 he left Spot behind. .he says., TnlsN.ia now."a! '
the life of some believers; ,notwithstanding to make Him the perfectly incom icy ; of King Charles at \
all these tblngi, and many parable-one among alljrellelous teachers -, would never 'alk '.In. 1 suffered awful not suit Spot It made escape ; 'well known fact"\1, It Unaccepted.
more, still the underlying current la to- ; and while In a certain profound and at night I could not sleep at alt! night'whiletied: to a tree ] Another' bell; rung at the that the purposi of the pigment. In the;

ward the fuller end freer life'and the sense Christ Christianity are one 1 thought the.-. wan no rut for me, tot his collar and disappeared.Spot of' tents; -known a* "Pan kin of: the.. natural. Inhabitant of

immediate and increasing demand in and inseparable, there is still another as Soon aa I be=:a to"v.* Cuticura Sap] kept no record of ," because In old time annoy.countries' Jof act as 'a screen: 1, ?

the religions life Is of the "assuranceof sense In "whichChrist as'our foundation. and Oi-tir.eut it comn-eaced. healing therefore Mr., RehBerg can people away. from to Keep the ,atnic-'rayrof 'llvJt* >evipeclally ,:
things 'hoped for the proving of ; Is more than Christianity, even as : .' I r J-d tte.acVle with wana water jnlse.. The conclusion. to confession and fast : from; penetrating the body and' ,1 ?
things not "E'en." And for that certitude tbe sun is more than the multitudinousrays and CutUoi Soap .d' hen cpplied (.11*,- .
ed all the Was from Irritating the nerves n'
which fall little curs Ointment: to the affected part, and ,,
knowledge which enables the inilivldusl upon our portionof ; peal of bells Is often rung stand upon some in- the earth: Christ la more than Chris laid a cloth over the acre to hold. .at iu this he must have made It took the.climate; of ore ee;oalJ" K
of the
destructible foundation and say "I tlaclty, as the thinker is more than his place. A't"r tin wceu 1 could '-...Ik nitles av'davy. Furthermore Sunday, morning ser. 7 centuries to destroy the.blond population ,

know whom I have believed and am thought aa life Is more than that around in my,room real good,.and in II>x road map.. "- 1* called ,"Pudding Belt" .' according to Dr, '''Woodruff.. It

persuaded that lie 'is able 'to guard I which embodies life. We build as _k urn* my ankle w... enre"cured!. Perhaps the most purpoe,hs to announce tc' I iia: fact that all the surviving 'peoples , /t9:

that which I have committed. unto Him. Christians, not upon this or that creed and .. wa''walking around' out *of doors. ber 'of the :Re hb rg family home that' service Is over I round the Mediterranean aredarkskinned !

against that day" -" " about Cbrlstr but upon Christ Himself.He .- Krev:Mvy l :*"kerso.:..Lou*a C, #1.,.Va.,'_ the- B-yeAr-old...::daughter...._ .pudding; ma7, come out ; In spite of large, influxes

Good is deeper than evil even in'per*' is our' indestructible foundation April 22. 1B05. _(_ terday, she has given Spot : '#; i':' of people' from, more northern, .latVjtudes

one who do. not profess to be' good. Our faith rests st last, not in a creed There I. a boom in mushrooms title jj of candy. Chicago Post.' : !: 'at fire' minute, past .. With ,their fair eomplexloasl
The oscillations of belief be though we should all have a creed .1
permitted .
may year in England. I .Tom. the, great heir of In the great atrugglc.for.existence. Dr' '+
of God Himself, and end. In and not In a book though we can never 'h College' at' ,,Oxford
doing much good for the oonhnon faith do without the Bible, but in a perIOD..DIS Taylor's Cherokee Remedy of Sweet dam Woodruff Intimate., the races'la'thiscountry ; ;;
of Christendom. The' unsettled condition that person Christ, places our snd Mullen Is Nature's great remedy. Core. ., The Japanese It* ponderous note one butt which have come.from' ,the,
of-certain moods of faith may only lives upon God. Coughs. Colds, Croup sad Consumption, tided to issue a new times. This'particular coot''aD4 shady climate of'northern ,

reveal at last that there are some Let us resolve to go deeper deeper and all throat.and and long trouble At. drag.gist. - j $260,000,000ai 4 per chosen In1 accordance Europe are destined., burn out and '
and'mu.t all unsettled in matters Uo..IIOo tLOO per bottle what Gen. Sherman said s number'of ,students at the
things which can not be shaken It-we are at v : degentrate while\the, better protected' a
remain. Goo may be permittingthe of religion'we should not despair. We' Charms -- three,'who have to pay the of ,the college' dar .-.klnned'inhabitants,will thrive ... 1Ir

shaking up In order that we may i can find tbe solid and the safe. Let of Alaska. 1 r'\ :.. . ,
hare the removing of those things that. us build-there. Let us build according "When I tell my friends that in

are shaken, as of things that are made I to the plans ef the Supreme,Architectof Alaska. during the month of June, :

.tbat those things which can not be tbe universe. Let all build until July and August, 'we have almost continual I LOST EYESIGHTThrough :

_' shaken may remain. Ours..has beenrailed humanity shall.become a temple'com sunlight and that It never gets ,
an "age: of doubt" but the eel plete, filled with the light and music ofHea..en. dark In the summer months they Invariably 1, '

rtenoe, sad;proof of the claim are not filled with the life of God; and ask 'when we sleep" said a ...
altogether st.isfactory. Professor then even though stormsmay come
James life lies fall about us. It will merchant from Council Alaska, re :
: says: "Our religions and the last night .
:more, and our practical life less than only be the servant of a new day"and cently.'Well. Coffee Drinking ;
It used to on the perilous edge." But we shall be able to say."I know Wiiom ;; 'we sleep 'whenever 'we' kayo : ; ,> :

does not the professor attempt to draw ,I have believed and am persuaded that the opportunity Very few' of ns have _
.:a.distinction where no distinction belongs . He is able to guard that which I have regular ,time of going to: bed and .u -

? committed unto Him against that day." arising the 'who work Some people question the statements been''' but ,' kind r
1 except miners ; few,,case*:.of Its, he- Let it be remembered'that-"the-eye p
in'I.Sne not. our religions ilfe'fo fact not and the Our foundation God! cannot destroy' In shift and have. to t be.more method that coffee hurts,the) delicate nerves of fore, and ,they 'nave been ,caused, l>y may be attacked.In:one''case' and the, 'J
a life Are -
practical Thank
most practical! deeds in the world born teal the body. per QI.. experience withthousands'prove .whisky or tobacco: Leach baa never stomach In another.: white in other* ft {
of religion Good life good thoughts, 1'''. Taint That MwJIIpll "In the 'wiaten there !. practically. tber general statementtrue used eltber-but has been a treat cof may be. kidneys, hesrt.bowels or general -', 'tt' t

cood'wordl'', good deeds belong to religion God blesses' you that you may he a nothing doing, and the''few people 'who and physicians have records 'Clf.. fee drinker -.4 the specialists hare nervous prostration. The remejCJ r

[ whether they be done In this or blessing to .ethers. Then' He. blesses stay there can sleep all the/; desire. great number of,c'ase. that add"to the decided that the ('III. baa beencaused'' la obTlo-u.ana should ,be! adopted eo, ryti

n that church or ecclesiastical 1'you.. also' .t! second time in being a '"But.when spring opens np ,business I testimony.*. by this. Leach stated himself that for fort too latev. V

tamp at: all., Beauty is at a premium blessing to others. It is the talent flourishes. Everyone;, has towort : Th following,Is from the'Bockford-: several year'he bad drank three cups Quit coffee U' you'snow Incipientdlsesse. t
In the religion .to-day."' Let. as believe that la used that mnltlplles. r.&; )1Ar
all h.e.-pcsslbly can because -the, UwBeglster-Oasetter of coffee for breakfast, two-at noon .JI ,,
that the'demand for the real, :Receiving unless one give Intern, ill and "Dr'William'' ,, Langborst of, Anrora and at According the I It 1 if an'haie wellboiled'Postuo..ToodCoffee ,, ,-, .
the desire to state make one fall and proud aid). seas th. .umm.r': very short a :;great i one night J, easy OHM
r meats of old investigate truths the, the rewriting new of Give out the best ef your life in the deal ha..W) be accomp.Iab.ed to makeup ,has .been treating oan of the queerest records of the specialist of tM country .. to serve foe"''the',.. i" '

",. some theology,' the,revising, of 'some a Master's'name for the good of of et n. for the stagnation during. ;:the ;-winter case of-lost eyesight ever ,In history. .this is.the first ras ever caused' hot morning beverage: The withdraw-, n. ral.

creed,the call tor.. 'a new 'adjustmen Lend a hand to every .one who. needs. months. >I' I. The patient I* O., A.. Leach, of Beach by'the use of eo<<.... .,of the old ,ilnd ,.of coffee, that'is'doing .

of thlnel.,do Dot tu.rtabll'lmplJ' the Be ready to tern* at any oat those We'have wonderful -ram piers. at'. County, and/la the last tour month he ,The nerve U rnlnd'beyo-' aid and he harm audtbegoppty"ot_ the a.e

,I existence of doubt and the destruction require-yonr Hr'"leeleek/! to be Council a*' It''never get very warm ,bas doctored with,all of the specialists his case !a incurable The.fact that elements In the Pustnm which Mutr., > .

of'the foundations belief. It. in a ,blessing to every, c-ie who comes for. or: $old.. Several time though. have i ,.b MJnhe country,, and; baa at lastre; taakcs the case a' queer r,one I'that-the uses to rebuild the hfaara:CAwa, aerv*'' '

deed/ this be doubt then" it Is 'DOt.lbe but, a. moment under :your Influence.TWS peen. the thermometer'reststel' dogree ; turned borne: with' the fact Impressed sight forward has,,bema t and, tbe calla Insurer a-qalck retorn t* the old; 1 '.

kind of doubt tbat we need foubdatIotl. Ithae'ttngsdeatroy .. is to be.ange.-llkev.t b* ChflsMlksv It I* to_W be* *.. _.The... verdur/ *' and the brusH :on hJa mind that til* case 1* Incurable: *.' side sight
'\.;", ;u 'will prove;.nothlujr., our more'than i that dllke.Itin in thl* world'to- b. 'uefur. Ood grow 'with a-rapldHy tj.tJlat' le astonUb--I portion of the optic nerve baa beenrulnedyead.rtag lag to the doctors statement the young well. 'worth'whlle t.' h> able soalK,!*,l: y C'. ....

I We Were on temporary and destructible w.nU'to are pate BU gift end blessing fag ..:the! warm monthPl:4ts grow' bum ,sight a. limited man will hav te give .p coffee' or the rdo thinXVand'feel.well' w". "' .rVS, c. ,a..,. "

i i foundations, when irk should, have had. through us to.other*.. When we fall ao .rapidly;that,w.w* ,can, rate berttesj .. that be 1* ..Able-to. .see,amythlmg before rest of ale.stgbt ,win'*Uw and the. I r.,reason. for'J'"W t I,_\\t Y_;,r1.' ,.,. .. t .)
,something better.-, as His messengers, we fall ,of out: tiff I, and the hardiervegeUblea testers< tie 'hlmV;'bet.. h.. *a. *ee pUlnly''any. .,.aerreb.'atrted.: -RepsbrQa:. \
; '" : ScctUah/Beformer.' ,. tblaj *4 .thide? *>f hisB.Tbere: ... bav In .. .l. . ", ; r'tFQSTUM. r'oI
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PulL1111a. &uay "ID T--' W'alter*, Bandy . JN wnmon. J M. .Jr S A'FULLLINE
r Office In Valley't Uaiette Undoing:,, Woodall. O B. Wmutivrbce. Ira .
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Cain W'heelcrJeeobwttwinsCH was =
B. HAI11S. E4lMr 4-Ptc--; ; ;;: WOHLIIIJWAI.ldrn :

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Fie. oodall.. J !M W I1lw>". 1 HWllll
y Entered at th. Pomoffla In Kiaalmme/, ..
m Leonard Waring, WJWIllnoii. \
a. mall matter ALL OF
,i M,>.r William f M KINDS
1 Babeorib rt will pleee notify the office Jflh eatherbee, V I., Walker. i M 1
T f&U.ogetthepaper renuiarlv. M'lllaon. D T
? All oomnuintontlone e c ulrom our author- Y .
4 law rorreipondenta. mu. ie aliened br U.I ,
writer. Yet<>.. WT "Yoaoll.OE HEATINGAND" I
Tumi. W L Yel.a, R B .
Ke.cledmattef) "IU not be returned ntlenailed I .
Y.le.. Fred YHK.. n, W Ualo ,lh
for. ,, .
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.' ":-to..J ,A Berry ,

a( SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Precinct No. 2, S.- z bL' \ .

t y desoopfonerear ; ; ,,,'IO(101l.cop.11I : (, 'B'I 5 .
month..t.; ; ,. ./Ilt,I ; W ,
Rronffon Jftft J HmrnmnJ"
1' a 0.* cop", 'bht..oa b..1... . .t.i...n, .21\ hrotlMlllr II B r.>mi no u, J It ,

Bronion .\ M Brouw.IA C '
Friday, January. 1Uth19ut1.> .C' COOKING STOVES

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? ey, R t. ,14! Isar 0 11 at Prices
Electors Osceola ,Connty, Florida Ivey, WV .' l\4.'rauu. ..UordI'
J . Save One-Half Your Wood
i' for: the Wet and Dry JuhniwnLewlu S 0/

' Election. , February: 6.' 1906..Precinct 'Unkford. R A L .. If you. have a That Defy Competition .


?fir'' Na" V M..Jl\V.\ L alartr. T ROvemtreelvM
1 .!
: 0O"mlreel your wood pile need be only half tho "size of your ..-:-
4 Aderhnld"WHandy. ;'. Andertnn. J A . ,. F t.. Overatrott D H L, ;NI\ ne i Ih boo s', who uses too other kind." Tho paten; _4

t ," AHmau, W JAiry .' p. Hot Blast Down-Draft found only In the Wilson makes .
a)4 Allmad, Mllll .
... '
atrlck' R L' It possible to get ICO) per cent of heat from your fuel, '

I J ABaaa. DBeman. J L S the eases which ordinarily arise from'-tlio.'fuel end cscapaunburned GET PRICES BEFORE BUYING, '"

N F" Same, U \VbulliT p f f-leffec; J H I the i !
I Baruel, E A K T T. up chimney in other heaters, are all .
Bryan. N C Bearden. A E the Wilson. '
Thentf constitute .
Bus, WtlivrO bass, Mom an J Tlner.tew art. .. Ttner DockI cases one- '. . I

Baaa, bullBarne .. Ken, Wallace W I Tlner. F. I II half the burnable part of the fuel. Tho iVilson burns __ __ _...:t-- ___ _ n _,._. -- II
,, *. Henry t Bitton H N Y '
) 'Brown. MorganBell Bell. A BBuckeli 1'att0. G J Tatn. J RP anythingcorn, cobs shavings chips bark, roots and I
f'' T J C cordwood.; -- -
B..ndy. Chas L Bell A F redact No. 3 .!
Baaa, t harlus, Jr 1I"o.o"J. ABrown The Wilson is air-tight so .
Bullock, 8 H l>arld A : STANFORD
+; Bus. W EBarclay BUM, Ooviil A Acree, O 8 Allen Win readily responds to its dampers ,
J A Bass Z WBahdy'Ib.o .
I II.... R II B 1 that an cvcp temperature can bo'S

Baaa, DaWBrownrB llron..n. (ieo, Pr Urown, E J maintafned throughout all the ,
'Baaa, Howell Brow, H W Br).". 1110 M. 8r Broken Wl '
Eaaa. HUBrouaou Bandy LpBa B...;TA jBright.: M 1Broniiuu > changes of our varied climate. '
lobo ... G JI'JkMKb. I ACUrkvB '- '
.. A J B........., J B : Remember, every day that CARSOrHARDWARE
Bird.1' J Bell J r you use the Wilson'you are .
Baaa, JT Rue, J CB..II.Lr' Clark. W W M: 1 'L"j ., ..
0. Y Bas. T A, Jr D taking one-half your fuel.kilt. .
II.... A. klvaliDiiton. Bailey, W Z a '+ : >avl. O IY srfya ;
A u Bmq.on. K: K .
1. -"BrouwiyJIStTR8arnrLC"ABro.on . '

Aaron .. Fl" ?weni, II T 4 V
G 0enii.
C A. Cornrll. J W '\ G W 0 .
; ( F Canon N BCoiaua. .- "
r yl, Chandler; GeorgeCohoon H lT JJohbwbBtephea .
L K Coer., Martin JohDKon.D UIanlor. 1..r./1
< )>, Clemoni, d. Cairo I.OIt L ,

it 1. Crown Crewn, J A looCaruea. F" Crawford Cmnpoell, Kill L (.mih, r>J R I H i-Li COMPANY

JN Oonklln. I. CCarulberaj /.imb, J MLamb. Ixxitiiird. II '
p -s Ac* C.",,". John R W R IAIII. J II ,
p Carr, W J SI CbcaoUn, ullbcrt Lauler, J 11, JrPrevatt .1.1I

D. M I

r Dlner.l.met! r.ann, C W McOIlTiT. J - - -- .
t I....Ji.l1fer.I/ l).uu. E: P N _. ._- -- 7 ..:' *.. ';1.-- .. ]1
1)"ld.,1lo A L Donegan, A E Netlln0.lsuoPreUott .1

Poi.eiran, CharllaDr.nena.1 owulnv, n JDoitvgHn P --- '- .- --
-- -- -- "
r p,' ,1 K Kdward WDu"'e'I' ,
OHtinard I.vl. W L | "e.. .. C F Walker.. J A Walker. \>' .F. \.a.+ fD li n /n rBnrt>nlr Tlhntll f0.f f f f f f f nl hlTnf n' I
.DanUS J'J. 'Devla, John vPriggen a Welter, Jereuilnh \\ bldileo, J J VJVV VV V 1fr VVVV VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV.IIVVVVVVVVv :

M 1) 1 Dtxlckland, Jonathan Blade 'W' right.A_ C, JrYatea I
BXllla ttioklau4, A J Hulllvan, J M, Jr -' Y I .

T W. Edmonton, B.Q SlngleUry U 'fttnon. Barrel! 0{ '

. . . ". T 'f' S .* Precinct No. 6. .'1 1I ; CORRECT IN STYLE. 8
( 0g
Fraaure Charles M', Franklin. Frank ., J1 D _..-_ .*\.. \ .
;33 BBe.t
a FrankllD.C K: raruawonh. F WA No. ,
Prec.ln.ct 4.Barber
,.. Feunsll.Jl. FouutAln, C IiForreit ..Oeo W .
,J1 u,, ., B .' F 'SEanl. S 0 \ .

0Otlbert O W . R C ., Jno-E *. Jtvlnn, Robert 'i 4
J R, 8rWlben. !! .tuner, ; /ordUaMuer. Han. Homer. B K<'h. A f'Batton H ",

J H, Jr J MGr Beet.AaronBaH Beu, Js X't'., HIII,F i A >nir of iiisty tlJlst'li h shoes will '
At Ullbert A H .vea, J K, Jr' Richard Haw,.Tim. ,- W" | ; nmr ,
'GrirAn.C W Gilbert, A u C & -* tLemoni t

Gilbert, U A Gulps: B 41 Campbell, J B K. ?. Lemon*, Nathan the effect of the most elaborate toilet. With "
Uurl.' WIU Urab.iu D n .
y D . :- R .. . '. .'Po '' '!' -- .
: dwn U 8r. tDaaton ". r-." l' new' "
daufdlhg.BoberIli! : L Dr.wdp i Levi Ilobenon. Fred /'t\, 1. ..1 ,
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8u-'e1; ; ..'" H Marrer,' If Fart T N I.TIMID'':''';,'Jam. : tj".TtO'IIIII'' or-" "H D'"Pn .. . II' S, ;-"DOROTHY DODDT: ,
r Floyd, N es"i : , : . .
; J It\i ,. .'. ,< Monan. T'I' J-\"j.l\I \. ; ;:. .. : .... \ ,,,'; ;"'4 f.' }. 1,1
(, Harvy.JQ Harwel., O. 0Hy Y "'f"" l l..I''''"' '. : ', 01. .,. ....-' .Ir ; .' \ ': ;" ". '.i'I-;, ;, .\lI(. lop.lfjJ.r! .;: .,.\, :, 'j ,:': ?1L t,,: .i-.i1. ? ; ,. "" :
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J t J oA l n\ liadley lllrtaelL, Bam F%....'.., ,'.I<'r">F IIln.ull.l Hlc".M I > B ounlj!:!,W rt}JJtfi' '!; !:'J, .t 8r. ",' 1. ; ,. .' ,.:.r: ';.': ','. t""':")lc.d'JH'1'yotl. ,<' IICl'c1.Jun'c'hat:, ) ;'ccinclumHIl or .

--F.-tw.U.. Hlnwo HotJ.\I?.W.;esmJ"HugheJ D"B -Harris HydeJuliuaIlaudenon.W, .' "" WKeeu IITATEOr.' Cooirrv.-. QP. FLORIDA OKEOLA 1 l 't. ,:-". 1!. ':' :- .-'. 1. ,. .. ., ,. \ y() r.) rt.ttirt'IdJvJI1'.JJ) \ : : '. luN, corredTlu. tt'lc'! ,, '

H Henderaun..b.eI. U'H OrlCBn. Bauael. J MHoeucknf W A Y I. Lewla Whlddeo, Supervliornf RcKlnlratlon", ;;, j. : ; as 'It '.H faultless In lit. S ', ."; ,,
!! of Eletlttni lu and for laid do _
L coiiuty herebyeertllv !
L .
-S"a Hampton. W H.u.\' Otr Lon.6. M, Hint the for 'going. la a true a d correct ', .. S3.OO "
.5: S .Htrrelw 6 W.' M. Hot.. shown of the by qiiallHed the Keslnlratfon...lel'll'of Oneeola Book on Count/die 1 I'l . AND $3.50. "

t 1a . MaaetVof II ., McLaugbllo. Raiford aald nave of the ,Mnrvl,<.(.of Me i.tratlon% of .
> J :
,r O In .""II moo, whereof r hemmlo ;
,Jqbruon L,J Clay'Jobu.loa JohulouJobar W RJua.s Outlaw,C F'P ..f mv name odlulaliy, .thll 17th day nuttfritK of- :: _'H .... DAMN'S. IllNotice t; ;

bile .Joumtgao.( R f Johu.lou, W B .. January, A. I>. WO. .
LFW18 \
r Jordan tJohuaou > ". JrKaU. '' Johuaou. W DJohnauu Pad l'anntl ett-Jame.[ 8 J Pert.on., JameiTboma I >upvrvlw of Iteglinra.tlou, Omeola HIIIDDGM. CouulT.! //VVVV.IiVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV i V VVyVJ DnVVVVV

!' :, 01.11- K'' II D I' 8 Pertujvaer8lmmone '. ',- Fliirlda.: : ( j

). +'J' W.' Keen I J A J '' Newman, I..wliBulllvaa -- -= .. .n -
--No'J E.---
Knuukir.JOKing KolKln. Will Slmmousr "j'.l.eV AdenT
; flank King, W C I At the regular merllnBof. of Application to Sell Notice of Application For Tax
tbe Board of

-. ,xeeu. ..;.W.._B King, WWs .". *. W ATbonni Tl.on. W P . CoinniUmoiten: held un4h' /ud L Kandal Thomas, II C- A. I.. Iwort, he 1nlntwing.amed I penonawere S a ,5
, Lee, lao M''' Lee:D 0 Thomu, II U *clf ctrrt to avrre aa "Elle.sruun':: ; : and Clerk > In hereby 11'1"0 '. hat the "d'IKoed 1 1auiir Chapter 4888. Laws ofFloritkr '
rr Kleotlon in the
Lall4)aflWf. Lavta, H W W viirloni IfMtrlctN atan w Laxkford. W T Lawiiou, F HUUtaT election to be b! .-ld 1 I on T-hu'aday. l lor .
day lK +my. Htat Florida. will' .5
, Lopf.r, H Li K KLawaon W.rMn.1I L Warren. F.IfMllllami o, Fubruafy A, l>. !" nf the < iriiltinrtn '
.. Wbaley, A E I Judge I I. that IV F Keen
a Le..I"J.JI. : ItMoiia U B' B ale or Intoste.U.,1I' llquoia;wlne. .or bcer.ahall I < N.itlot hercU' gt\cn ,
< > the dev'-nlh<<'l,l circuit: of 1'| ,
4 JF WarreD H bfc i.rohibJtoU! In I..h..t Tan i.rlltli"at*< Noa. M4 A Mli: dm
K DLaii L..ty.lA-wll'
LIbby U.f. In end for the c<."bt.I .J : .
Liunb JM C U: Klecllon .' ,>. Klselmtdee-C. Ma- .1{ .. Precinct No. B. Ilorliln., or q hfrti r the laid < "<*. on ..
.. may M rrilnuxiv In Alts. and ban maueappilwtlon
yl foot W. .
Lamb .. 11)1. P(
.Isr1 Raymoud J J nli.or Iu.po-t.
.. 'J .tf.t'r'1t: Mund.thot8rhth day of Pfbiuarf, A l h' .. t
q .B : '. for Ua dcul W ..ue In ... ,oeI..1Itlth i Mt
M. I'xih.+ Ht lea tt .for an order t<> "U at private '
) r' Election; I ll.rl.-t' No. 2. "hl"tle.-J. It Bron- : law
: the.undlvidel
d = )IU.rJW Mating is Ba.i, Lee Blonnt N 8 son, M. N. f>rer.treetaud. O. 11, lv ilT, Itmu ctor Sale ward. . nnoa.lghteruth.. lnlrir ufmy .. Nail certlflcalea embrace IhefultowIt., ,( 4sarrtbetlpmprrly -
Am. K HI ml. 0'
ilsh4usnuWB 1 Myaaelam. 5 B."K.. . . ? F.iLTIuer.CJerk. II n ? In sod tiliefoilowlua snowed Iu Oiweola. touul: ),
J ? P Mlua.L1 .. Malory...000. ? 5- ",- tluitlim; Dlmrht: NO B, tkmpbe'T.-0. f. ,. M.tbe, I! IIMyera. tllller, lie. . Hanooik. Allen. Prevail C. 8. Acrand H. E. Brown. Iniivttt- County. ol Uaretlso*wll: Lets II and, 4 ff JI..k1.. (H); Hotilh Florida. ,
t H A' begin at the uurtheaal e'oaer..r lot One (I]) K. ,
Mathewe.henry A oil W L, Btrlrkla+\d. Clerk It Coiiipwoy survey of KtMlinrnee.
l3' Y' 1' M Math, L : In blue hlihleeu. (IK) o the Mouth Floristshrdtroad *The ,,.
Murpby Otto Election: Dlnlrl.l No. 4, na.'lIIa.-II. C mall Ian bfltiK a MJ at the date ofthe
v 'Na hgAulna. Hcb, EmU Lanler J. &e. Jr . ,. Cump.nj'. survey of the T'twii ol iMiiance. of In the ofMil. 1
t'', ., Thom. II. L Warn and ion ""' .m.n. .Iii-, KlH.lmve and .. pbgh cvrlinc.te* name
)leek WilliamMcfbaiter. Meliiio.b Clly wroth 47 d rrcrn.e t .
t' all
? Fred N ettora; John Iv Deeaon C t.rk. A llanwy llulle il MonoCullin
JuoMcUeripMl Mo"uWbeno, Peter . Nin" )'-lnUlirv1 lv<-. ihcme ninth 4' de. "r..0.. said eertltlr.trr ..h.llbe redeemed. .
+ .
iC"'Unu Dliitrlni A
Crab (> -I. M, . o ntC
Kettle W '
WR.uleraoni went He euly flve 7."i11. thence
; r f F ,-Mclaughlin! .'W tt J La.nlrr.Jrn. W' Irat-ey and W. W. Nellie., la..poocwra t north. 47.10Preen cording f, ..w. Lealent "' lll4Kiir. tlivreon "n I
MeKee, HO MtKea. W,A P O. HnmiicK, (. Clerk. went sI"rly-two ((1P2) frt ilitnti unit' the 1411: day of February, A. 1>. Iwirtltnrxinir
i Mr.-PA. M.l.uichllu...: J R : Klwtion: Il I.lrl"t No 0 L.krTlow-W. R.. 4l of I

.Mcleuybllr). R.D McLaugttlln. ;W.T Peter RaulersouDavid E Godwin Hoi. Raulerton and A, (:. Bam, in.apeclors heitlnnlnumKl<> at I the point of liitcrttccllonof the.onlh (leaaL)) the llth day! of Jaotury. A I). 1cM.! Dont be Cross
: a R. W F, L. J.EtI.E\
: Hlmmona '
.. ::11I ? ; Clerk. ne of lot Two .2,1.. Y ei-tlon' 1 hltn..1 ('l.lj) In '
Sumner, D J KJectlou OUtrli No. 7, B..lulrBr.-lert".lah' Clerk C.lre''I'.rt. kI
Kewtoo; ,
Henry lwetit Joe Towiifbtv tlvn
I'a ti )> ((2a Hith of It*' v"
Walker, I I. E
Alil-rm.n and A. C. OarwltCounty, Florida: .
Wllb.l.- Twenty iKlit (O) earl cod the Klittil
of W..f
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xlemysrKANeaNto If when
peftor; U. R Otinnu-e, clorkKieitlon by W.8.IIAItWItt.L.V.U
Tracy, J W Ihe Florida MldUnd K.liwuy and on 1h. went' ._ : cooking I ,you get "
Dlntrl't No R, Nannonnea> -B. L. aldn. of ..1<1 KlRhlof May, a'.I rim thrnro'lucuorihwemterlr' -- -
0", 5 55 Freclact, .. Fvanr, John K Kmiln: and N. D, Tludall. ln.pentors direction. antic paid Hlurit of J. W. SIMPSON ----I poor) ) rcMiltN.\ It
O'Qlilno.BJOvTntreet.; M. Outlaw, PP.Overatreet. '.' ", 5-, No..6. .4 .j ,', ; F. W Hlll.'lerk. ttny. Hlxteeu (Id) ch..lrm, 1hi uiv In a wiutliwenlerly QK. )may

b O" OlMtrrv, J F. J J .C- 'O.erstnpt,. H W IL I 8 BM...A K .I't''\\r B DiuArnoldt' !' l..By&uJ order,of tbe.Board, Clerk,II:, I..1 Circuit KfiLKY./ Way 10 direction a point at on.rlwlitaiiK the oiilh< line to tall of Klaht>..M |1It of DENTIST. I not bo'your) fault, bill. ,

Ogdeaby, I W. Court Two throes
((2) Kald
r. Jr. Bass Baroyp W. .' cunt cling month lloo to
F P' Bam, A O. .-r ,. Bartowr R A' TJ\ .*..! t By. W..R. JOHV9TOS.O.. C. point of bettlin litv Offlcti over Oaceola I'hurtonry. the fault of the In gradient t

4 Partln. B VPartln Partln. R 0 Ihla '.ou"1 11th,111.t Arcadia, FI..
M H l'ark. aCodwlu. NOTICE OF ELECTION. IMTKK'K MA! M, t D.a. m. to 12 m. J *. have 1 'used.
rO: F OFFICE ITnnntx. you
.Par"." L UPblllpa . .Preatt. U Godwin. W.R . F J :A. Quardlao of lh.. ". .''IIoI-Amo... F. Dai.1'" !: .. J 1.=
,.. ... bereaa a petition' aliened. by more than one : oto:30Dm..
Z .-,. BerrY 11 \ fourth of the registered "..,. ra of U.erola Telephone No. 76 V3V"
J.1 County Juo lvr. .
.Partlo. L. B1aHlu : Hancock B .. '., t,. ... 5. BUY YOURGROCERIES
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n iW v ; .. ,' rlrtrMa, raa on the 4th day of l>i>ccmtx-rt --- -, ,-,-- "*-::.
1. Jamea W. 1-n.aeotl. F .' .I ,;'. A. D.IWtt, presented la She Board of Coiinl) Administrator's, Notice.' --- j *
4yl Parti II VJfauD.ilM >"ot .r. J MKoaO.JtB \ Cummtmlouenofs.ld F .Q. THOMASON '
Cpunly, aid '
.J. Johoi prajlng .
'Prevet'l.lC. ,. R FMonUdooca. .: "oIID.alle Board t-. order an election In and for ald AlromnnshohlIn1claims or demanda-unon Puy, .lcla and Surgeon .

4e M -- . ounty.; to ueclrie whether the ..10 or ln*ml- the enate Tbcim.a dllaa, dOl........,, wll) pro.aent I --a4L eaLLe .u..w.P uSANATORIUM
V" R rx J If e tlng ""qUo,.. wine or" beer .ball be prohibited tame tn me fur payment' prnpirly, 1 atuwted Of- us mid you will
In moll CountyAnd . within, the lime preaarlbud bylaw. or the Raaldance 'P" .. 33. findI:.fl
Rb. .
\ wherea.on tliefith I
Hanea, Robert :RIcbardvDn, :tack. Simmons''W;' D:1WM. Ih.. acid Board of County dayof DrMmber.Comrnl..lon A.. acme" wl to 1 forever paid eaten, barred will aud:make:; Mil 1 nunoiif ImmediateutUemeul : : luIfehed Offic.'PbogJJ"". r everything Absolutely
),;' ; KobJeaon/ J Z' KeaTt, j T ,I_,4',1: P' or .,r S era of itaveola County, Florida, In accordance, with the ondernUnedi KIH4IMMEK. FLAT -
Boar/I.. .. RsglateJW with .. tltlou, didorderhit auelrclinnb. :MILLER -- -- -. IfrcNh and sutt
J, W : pure >ufactory.
? Robe ;
Thompson said
,. Tommy Tumblta, Jf BWIR1mmi.1F -; .
" r euf.J I held In County of Onceola on the lit day Admlnlitratorof tha Eitala of Thnmaa iI... M. RIVERS, M. U. . _::F
W of February, A. l>. heel) to decide 7:
f. .. the de' eaaed. In cud "r'
.. Physician and tho
IllaDIOfd, H C'' SImoni, Alond WbeelerWWPr.clect la of Intoxicating liquor.I wlunn or beer Burgeon. .'
... Bls.p..n. J 1 tv-- f' shall be prohibited in _geld Connty: Oaceola' ; WITH Itlltfilll..V..P8UG! It ,
.. ' fteynvure; COMPANY.
; and did lurtbvr order clionpcr to
: Nay }ha4-tb. clerk of aald bay th ,
N U Becker.MajtL-j,' 5' S Board do jive at least thirty d.,.entice ..f aaul 'Notice, to Creditors, Lt-g'ltees. PHONBS.Offlce, 411 Realdence: 83.
A .
+'" ASA MmlIhwJal AtA.rm.a ele.tloubypuhllabhrgmama In ot-rnewep. er KKIIMHCI. riA, really; good Groceries. '
rr rep @ WmJ "AlAermui'J7G. : I. In verb and.rerjr town la aid Conuty, and H :arid De8trlbut! ,e8. : .
I' .0.t.L Hbephard, Chen. Ild.r.....,B B, 1 "lcI. /a.o.1 T none.,.thru. br porting ae at least ten wrltlrn .I' i, )
,! '1)).. !..1_ ; ," fKitleeaof , I delperwnahaving claims against 'b. ci.lal.
airy' : lit ii,.
r. .8I1Uf.W 0 ; S 'C moar public of Henry W. Barh r, vlaeea t".W CooSty Oioxota .HOGAN '
,MM of.wblch .
: G L Chandler:CHS Oh'odi.r; W' d be at mate of & 'FYV DPI
'. I" BhlTor. BMlvmona the Court U....... County Florida will present the.aurne "
...... III... W J>.' Chandlar, W W r'lemon.!',.JUi J/:' ..' Sow.Therefore;t, K.J.: Laabrr. ,. C'er'k. for payment (o the undenlgneU.; praporry : JI .i, y J
"" _. 'II 8J.._ A.} >*- Corner, WaJtaj U. aa of teatod. within the time ATTORNEY-' LAW I (
. o i r :1 1bltinlet Court 1a.en.4 for ..lei Count of oreraribed by law I j .. ..... ,
Jxf..J, :..luuart, wilt, ." :: r .ai ,,, I (!..rule. .HUM. of florMa. and. u tx-ntfl. la tbe aame will U forercr barred ; ,I AND NOTARY PyBLICp ". I|1- -7-- .
... b"is..RI. Trsao.Y R -I Caoty Cornralmloner* 'Adnflnlatratrls ANOpBtLCEWrnFK 1 ;
it ''';J ; 1 J < at aei4C.att ',... k mt/r glra nattre. that... JCatate oIll'.IPf W.p Barber.. HARRIS'

".. I 'If"'' _.'' .....DWIT.;L.8..Ivtf a II'I ... !. . >-tt John' 'L 'lIM! County of Oaoeola. :.poeeaMd.,' : ':- '- :': ..'.. : : : \ KISS1MMKE' } . .;. .FLA, ' ; 1
.. n ersday. tba Fist Day fit r p' I ..' 'p : HAnniS.N.
-' ..a" .. .:c r" ''t.. ; .. ; NJ rW'JJ 1 : 4. ..:.. ?A '.'. ..., "I"3 ,L L .' Vrtawv. A. b. UML. tar ..n>poa* o4 daa.4- \ It I 1i1.YDTRA.NRDQrL y
< Yla 5i.0 V *" Parker-s ,!" ", ; 1 f .tr .b. _!f. <-tutvxIcaMnc Ha aon- pO'l' LIir86llitj: ,l- J:1: ixW11pISQNfit;: .. / .. l t
. NT Padge/t; Joha. J wfiaaa .. bee. kkrall. Tb. prohibited In said . --S 'Oinn6Eaoat1utoy.4taa-- -
I. ltr' . ? ,""e.. .i ,H.! .t,'. ., f. tOoooMp"o.e..toa s : !' "... .. Harriet, now id. of 111 \W.$4th,8L: NOTARY ':'X
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fi.. 'I'---11.JJf'!! ..... , .IaTeaa .m> Whereof;1 hare set New York .PtJRLIC..e >f. 'DR mi. HKQQIB.R .. ,
'.' *I > Tn6mpaon, A. W. p' '
..7'h""O.\PGI; ...; . IT hand .adimiMd tlM''ollllolol! Mainf the polled 'with kU trouble.hewrtteg <: STATE AT' LABUBd S' M08B AID THROAT: '$
.. : A V 01 I '+ v I ..W JIeucI.f Oownty.r:.._""" "r..s Ki'* : Offle Hoore, 140 to I.f to 4. '
'T. 11..hIU.r.lJaderbl1l C M'( _. "' .6t r 'I bad ellifihenMbrErttems1ol'yetSrh! RealB!:.tat* Agent. ', .
PIr baai 9d
?; y4.e. 19pes .
ff .V' t:tot. : DndcrbJil[ Kddle: UaderhlU, lUtthew ,. 1.1' ; ; : ,'L6eLB) but nothlDirwcniW eur*. It., Soft Tiited KISSIMMEE. .'oJ' 'FLORIDA : : PLO>UDA.'I
ro I a: . W CUrk. of AM Qlrmlt. Cort I. aadfor Ua ConV Duck too' i r T* r
1o. P m Arnica 8al
.4" .. i .. '. ..PDd."I : t,of Oereola, UM of Florida" and lr.:. A quick aDd r I . .
"e v;i-9 I I.... W' ; I'>r..1', f VJ"t:. ....W. .. .. -;" .. . : ." Oork of the Bo rd Ooaaty OonmlaaloMni. x-offlol. Fun pester for oua; burD' aDd, .o.... .lob'tiortc oest ylind ; 1.- .. ;/ .a.1t...

wuR {a: S r,11rMB. _7-, '' :,, '<y 1rWilberQW: ; t'11..S"f' '; ;Ii"t.t,.. eeJ4. cQ.alrt' ..d, .'.... "'f\A.\\ ..:.,\.,' ,,l y.j. 'kJ,' OJ!! Bo MOMw.. ]* Pbarmacr.i': ' H.4i ecuf114 .. l4I 'om :;-.' yromptly-........" 0 The, are"eoo ( ce.
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Klsslnnnee Vaileu'GazetteTgl.aTPHqNKNp.11.( e For inside wiring see R: M Estes. "r : ' ", .. ,, '

... White Star Lau drl-Cm' .*n RrD.Fulleralilrihlogrtend.; . Trunks, telescope*; CI cat s *vwvvvv* v v >vV 4vvvv v v% v vvvvvvvvv vivwvv >
1.- : DAKF!: Y. o&piorn.. lowest price at C. W. Manna:

at New.. line pf fall, and winter. Clothing Rev. and Mn. ?. Eo Jones visited Mr..: F. A. Smith, representing- the t.

Ir r! TUBUSHE1: KVKHY: KttlluY KA'' I'.. Orlando Wednesday, Washington"Post, Is. pending.!. today ', Clearance lel! :
BY Jp..pb In gown on business: '
n. Born, ,
w. a. H ARR18.I I. .pendlog the day in Town Orlando Mr. Wednesday, Jae-u.r,1'iLh;to Miss Tydlngs;a returned .' ,' .
-' = bustuess. on'' legal and Mr*. A<; F. Bell, a son. missionary :
:: ; from Mexico: delivered a Interesting
very .
I Official leather Deport.. : Saturday lecture on her work In that field ". ... ,
arothe. KissimmeedGrocer .
,"..... T..PRATeau.Wat. xamw. . and'Drl'PrWolf '1Iwo. Bertha left f at the.Methodist church last ptght. j .

TMvPPDAY .W.I'I.... Jaa. fablaoe, chlluren Company Dr Henry and of 1 ... :
Monday.for Mis" family Kentucky. .0.
their borne Forest Band J ALL WOOLEN .
at Miss, Mattie went uo to 'Or who have been spending the past .,.sev DRESS, GOODS mu t,,-be sold ,

..... t ilia. b rest,'.. ato.Yht.NT'Sl A *"}earn energetic bol lando yesterday where she will teach eral week at Mr..J. L. Beeroan'* left .. regardless., previous:'prices;: '
.,. '100. a class In ,
for Atlanta .
.- ---"- - ...rade.Mr. the II embroidery and fancy work.. yesterday where they will

.frld.. .J .. . .. M .c.\ 4 Morgan. Bass haT purchased the visit before returning. home. ,

Stlurnftyi *....*........ \:;:: M cacting buglnucs ereel orange grove near Shingle Creek and I MrAJ.; w. Prentls, our local accountant -
|Yondar nn"l T '". ..... / tr day :nd! known a, the West grove from ,J. M. left again/ this afternoon for MEN'S: ie
.r,, ',./la,....;...... 77 78'M shaking bands with his maol. old WI11sooJr.. KUslmmee, where he Is engaged on an : will sold without -
t/e1nAdq ,. iNende. extensive commUdon of. the "
. .. < regard for its first cost td UKAH ,
r./I.. ..1.i Consult E." M. EHtes before' having If you have any laundryito send 'merchants there, In adjusting and . ., "'\\1 .
:: -- away and want U !'
;:: :: ; --- UD' In good the accounts'of of
'ter i >. .\. XIMPHON. P. M. your! huge wired for electric llKht shape-phone the City, Bakery. l KlHslinmee's systematizing. largest Industries.oDe This t "- .. 1 ; .,

rates Mr., F. C. Peter and little daugh J. M. Wlllson Jr. left work will necessitate. Mr. Prentls < J--:: o j

: insertion of ad vet-tine- ofPeter's sisters are ''eI. c.sConklin. attend the Grand Lodge, Knight Sunday spending' each alternate day, In that of our Winter Goods MUST BE .SOLD to'fpr. : ."

mpnu araonff.the reading; ,mailer, on Mn. ,. plar conclave and Sbrlner' meeting city for the next thirty day, and Spring ods. of which. we will show. a fine stocksJH.
They will on here about provrr that our neighboring!! cities .
thl* page It ten cents per J line each In twq; weeks.; Jacksonville.. -
know where they can procure reliable ,
.ertlon Western atmtha KlearmmeedGroceanti Stanford 1 I. telling all winter good service Orlando' Reporter. C. STANFORD j .

Company Saturday. at greatly) reduced price to make : I ,
I room for his Spring stock. Imperfect Uigsatlou. THE ORIGINATOR OP LOW PRIOEB'IN. KlSSIMMBBVyiirmnmmimmmTmimimniifmtnimttimmipmHlg' '
inrorrrrnfinnrinnnnfvv>r>r> ......
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Ruth Little, of,' Plant *lty, I laI C. O. Newlon went up to Orlando Means" less, nutrition and In consequence iNA1wN' AA'v' wehN'K 'N+1, '''''' '''''''' '''''''' ,..
"'News. temporarily tilling the vacancy in the yesterday to seethe big well which I is less vitality When the liver

Local. ._ _.. .... the faculty resignation of the High. of.Piot.SScho-l .caused Edward!; by our being".driven Ink.hole.thereto" drain that fam- loaded alls( to with sacrete bilious bile, the properties blood becomes the ' " ' # "#' "! "#' ') # # '; '

.-. I O!All>u"lu.woolen. dress good' will be sold AI'bton.Moni1a. Dr" Thornancln, wa night. called to, dress out to anegro's bowel digestion constipated.become* .impaired Heroine will and rectify the 1 'WATERS & CARSON GROCERY CO. 1: .

the It gives tone' to tbe stomach
Wade, the Tinier, Orlando.if i regardless of cast ab.3ianford'sMrs. wound who hid been 'acc.1- liver; and kidney, strengthens the j ., ,

F>W..Il gallons;' wears longer; Devoe .. Slices of Haines City, aid era" dentally shot while out hunting. appetite, clears and Improve lobe --AGENTS. FOR-- -- "'

Stetson lists at K TZ'S.. Little'of Abbeville Ga., who Is wending The City Bakery t la agent 'for the! oomplexlon,' Infuse new life and vigorto '

the winter-with her came up Tues i While Star. .Laundry-tbe begf' la the the-whole system.,50 cents a bottle.Bather . MAPES FERTILIZERS
Mr. and Mr. C. A. Carton; vUlted day fromrfslueaCtty and spent .the State., -= ., :
Orlando Monday. "_ ari rnooo here chopping.TUv r- -
Western meat every Friday 'ami "-1w = .. ..,. 3.
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs R. B. Sar- .. H. P. Jackson, B. II. Guy, Saturday at the Klsslmmee Grocery
sill/ ", Friday. Jan., 12ih, a ton. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Carson and other* Company, EE Highest Grade. -Best Crops.-Largest. Ffeturtis
are in Barlow'this week the c:::
You will save money by trading at annual meeting of the Baptist attending State KATZ U agent for F..dw.V.. Price f Shop *-* .Perfect Safety in Their Use.. j&I
the ('ash ttaricain Store. Convention Mr. Jackson expects to Co. the largest Custom Tailor In 1 . ...&

Kl| *r Rush Little, of Riant City I.I return in time to 1111 has pulpit at the Chicago,' would be glad to take'your. PATRICK'S) .TAN;: w -' :::: .

vUlilhir her aunt, Mrs. D. P. Grad Baptist church Sunday. order for ..fall suit or Overcoat,. I have purchased lobe shop. and' am == Send for Circulars showing danger' ot using! Acid ==,

ham. FOR SALE.-My house and lot near Mr, E. H. Fennel 1 has reopened hi* bere to stay. If you want a quick, == :Materials on our J light, sand). soils,,and how great' ==
the hoe shop In the.bulldlnlr south of J. easy shave give me a trial '
Smoke West Will sell
Key Havana '
thebe t w losses made farmers last .
60 Clu ar.oo the market. tt. a bargain. J.'W' UAMBL.irrox.: 1/(. M.lller'ver. ,! stable EIGHT SHAVES. S1.OO were by' year' throughput' = I;'
Kis&imiuee, Fla. = the State., :::::
IJL Col. '''. E. Cadman, of Nar- f Seed Corn-Expected to arrive In FRANK BARKER.DR '-' '
coo rn'ce, came Into town Monday and The main streets of the town have the next few day*. 75o apeck.: Leave ?lllllilllllllUlltitlllllllllllhtlliliiljiillllillliltiliil{ 1
",.1mt"l11T"W1"' 1"ndnln-'tbJJ'lIooa-tr t -. ,y.' orderB with, O. Parker.,, -' lllil LUi11fi

Capt. Hell and his efficient road gang, it. : ESL"'EY-W..WEEDONr -,
Medium and Mr. and Mr, 11. Hand, of North r
heavy weight Underwear and
consequently' present a much mOl Carolina have been several .
spending +-
for men and women at KATZ'8, sightly appearance Inau they did a days with KVs; C. 1Sturteorll.nt outat SPECIALIST A .'

The Df'S<>to County New In anthor short time ago. The "propulsion of .V..AR. NOSE AND THROAT, ..I

!lly fur the, ..t lenient that and. lime vehicle. I. also made. much. easier. Private Hospital, Amerlca'N.tiona. -, C.: ,A.. CARSONJ: JOHIT Mo.I.B8. N.,B.;CARSON.: ,

brck i L* a lauure- a* a atlifactory therehv Will Johnson,. Earle Lupfer and ,Bank DId fl, Tampa Flat' , Ylao: .Pr.eld..t. ......: ,C.eal.r: ,
mTbe- wuimee .
liulldlntr material.Lowent County Commissioners Marlon Carson left last night for the t-- ., I '
again nu' Monday to restore Handbills about fifteenmile west of aoocoococoooooooooooooootxW.LVanDuzor&Co. ; 'State Batik of Kissiminee.
prlc<>* Jo Fresh Meats at tiny named that may have been err. tttwn to spend a few days on a .camp 'I
Oaceola Altai Market.Mesere.7 beously stricken from the reIIIiLr&tl.'nHII' ; hunt Kissimmee '
Fla: :
\V. Shupton, W. R. Mc.lntyrrt '", aud to prepare the ballot boxes Col. R. II Seymour, of Miami, arrived ; :"t /I . ,
and.I> r Wolf, of JCIsnlmme. for sending out to .the various pre in town Wednesday night on -a .' --
were amodg j the srinmti at I Ibe San Juan clncts to be used in the Wet and. Dry short visit to his parents. Mr. Seymour j PAID UP CAPITAL.-r.: .1.. .. ..... B BO OOO CO F w

irday.Orlando.. Hell
For the tie) with tourists. DEPOSITORS . . ... -IOO
Married-January 1'71.hfI06 at St. cheapest. meat to bad oto SECURITY,. < OOQ 00,.
John'* Epiooopal church In KiodlmtDee the New line Corless .,Coon & Co. col] I
by Rev David I). tfldd. (:..011 C. OSCBOLA MEAT MARKET." lars Dunn's.. REAL ES'TATE Prompt.and Careful Attention 'gtvea to all taatter.) ..'. f
( l'ver: Esq of New York, and Mix V. Messni. I1.'N Braiton, E. D. Hogan 'rea-ul"'i trusted to a.,. Exchange; good at an poUta at ch**>p atrates.
The W. C;; Ui: semimonthly
K:. Van Agnew. of London Knjfland. and J. M. WillUon,''Jr.. are in Jack\ business session will meet at AND INSURANCE' YOUR '' t'j;
80 .
The Ladle I Aid] Society, of the Pre' onville this week attending the m !et- the home of' Mr. A. L. Chandler.; '.. ,

,, ps..nd.thelr'grateful log of the Grand Lodge of Masons, Wednesday J .n..2i. at 3.30 p. m. All IXJr
th.aks-to's1+;+fee tDelrmauyliberal which Is In session there this '",eell:. the member are requsted to be presents '
f donai Ion toward M rr Brat Hs-the:.representativeof i-
helping them ,
nay :;::;-r- .
for the painting of their church build- I he local lodge to 'the Grand 'Lodge, ,
... : Our '
and Messrs WlllHOn aid attention n has been Ilogan .Clut KissifflineeDrug ,
r. %% fi Q
.lnar.Victor along to get pointer In the, work, unlawful shooting of birds, some herons -
record 3So and -flOo. Call on having resently.been killed. The ,'
,, our agent or write METROPOLITAN Fishing from the city,wharf I* a fa penalty in such! oases t Is very severe OSCEOLAPHARMACY. r
I. T TAUUNO 'OWN II: Co., Jacksonville. vorite pastime these beautiful spring\ and all'person would do well to 'inform :

F is., Agent. wanted.Mr. .. like day*. Every afternoon quite a themselves on..the bird law, : CO ) +
.f crowd of visitor and borne-folks of
.. L. C. Conkll'n, manager of the bolfT sexes congregate on the wharf The "Woman' Guild" of Sti; Johns ., "; I' ,
Kliiimmen( Drug.Co., was called to and while"' _the time 'angling for church,' 'will meet with Mr. E. S .) .
Arcadia Monday 'on business, which away Hotel KIslmmee.vTues- .' .

will nocoHiltate" 'hU abnenoa y for.' a the and elucive some of t.roua04, them come speckled, away perch with day Chapman.afternoohwJan,23d at half past J'', A 1: ? ,.-t\1-' 1': ., < I'/0001 -s. :'Besides our complete! 'line of Drugs,:Cheitlcal; ;,and'2ft' w
roupie) of week' .* He'n e2;pect ,,to'+:be three o'clock. As it Is the annual ' ,: \; .: '
back good steed strings of nab as a trophy. .' % M 'LJ'" \ '?:iNI.'J'. . ,' .' Patent Medicines, ,' we, have now on sale the. .. '
bl Feb lati; ." : of.their afternu jn'e : / meeting, electing ,.officers etc,' every " ,' .' 1 .
. sport. *J \ .
: . . .. be ' 4j .v'jft'i .-,, ? I ; .rt\\+ . .1i: "r.{ "Sb' '
Res. O. J. Frier:bas'aeceptedithe" ';" rt i- * - ? Cue\ member, isvrged' to-' present.. c; ; ; 'iiAlU-iLi I tTHE'STORFrOFp r'SYLVAN'
Phone wants
catlnf! the DaptUt church and we are nlcg. your- Mr. Lake, head cutter 1 of the? fameEd ; QUALI 1 m: '': SERIC. S !'r'l r

triad to anooonce that we can expect: KISSIMMEK Dnua COMPANY. Vi Price tailoring establishmentspent : ;' . I .
'1 him to remain here- .. aln' thie'year./; the day, Wednesday at Kate's TOILET', .. .7. "' '. I<".'r.'fo'\ \" '",'.'' '',
Rev. Frier visited at Stateaboro. dnrInif Plan arepn foot for the establishrnentofa store taking orders for' tailor made .. '
the holiday.White Springs tier new bank' Jn i Klsimmeer-[ clothing 'Mr.' Katz says, he did avery .ate .s '
aid The InstltutloD .is to be a State ,bank, satisfactory business;.and he is ." . ,ot-

AH HfnUrcfothlnjr will be 'lold In with a capital stock of KO.OUU'\ ', all of sure that'all his customers' will .be well. For . ,iI'Flne'Stationery 49 SOAP L'S

the next 30 day at unheard of price which ba been subscribed. We understand plt-ased.-- /I

to make room for' my large. Spring that. everything Is now In We carry Worcester, C. .., 'Every customer gets a. Trial"'Bin' ;
readiness for organisation; andthiswill F R"E.-E
itock. Now 1. the time to get bar .
gaitj.! "- II. C. STANKORO. be consummated as Boon a* one W. Danns. -". .R "' :; '..' 'Ccrrumes. ; : on Saturday.. . ""J .. f
of the "principal subscribers, who hnow.abgeut Mr. Nleme er's borne l .became frlgh 'Toilet Articles Etc. : II :
MU Margaret Bryan of KUalmmeeI IrQllI'the city, returns. iened at the car on the railway track oo oo

I expected| to- arrive at Tallabaee Aleck Keen was tried before CountyJudge near the Methodist church one day this WE , . Z:I:,
I Friday MUs 1'IIIle
to visit week and ran away, smashing. one of t .
MH| Bryan I I. a .I Ut r of Honi. W. J. Johnson Tuesdayfor the lard. the wheel his handsome new bread b. >...... ," .
and N, t.. Ur.van of Jacknonvllle, and ceny of a half barrel, of flour, belonging The delivery bo*, who wa LEAD. :
I I. an unusually' lovely woman', -Tal- to the W. H.' MaklmonJUo., from driving wagon. the wagon\ had climbed outon -t. C. A. CARSON.: Pr..'ld..t., ?C C.: BRYAN, ,! .
Cloud The
lahall81' Capital.At the deVot at St. Junction. top. In execution of a. boyish. prank t '
Case was tried before a jury and the .. TH'E:: ::
a meeting of the Merchants AnBoclallon defendant was found guilty and send' eating the line hanging over the 'WE DO THE RUNNINGS"Phone : I
the horse started
dashboard '
of Miami held a 'few( day fenced to pay a fine of IM and (:OltS.P. t :
ago Hon. J. .W. .Watnou was '*elected A. Van Agnew Esq. represented to-severely run he stunned was thrown but to differed the groundand no 41. : Waters &' Carson Grocery |
a* the representative of the a. the pro fICnUop and J. W. Oliver, Esq.; serious .t. t .
Injury. .
iKlatlon to go -Washing-ton and the defense. < r

"-puah'Miami i -taliii] for,a. .deep.. waterkarbdr 1 FOR 8AL&--Terra-cotta piping. suit.-_ Buy your shoes from. C. W. Dann Kissimmee, Drug Co : J -Wkot.Ml. a.d Retail l>. 1."a> : .

before Cw)greas.. able) for a well.. 'Apply .to. M 1'8.*Par- satisfaction: guaranteed.;-:-:"r-:r : -,.- '.

Rev.. J. W. niirham. Prentdlhir Eider dew. The 'steamer Nvoma"3d. Capt. B. F, JOHN OVERBTREFY'' .G (j'C'ER.rJS'' .: .-

t>f the Orlando tllntrict, will preanh) at ,,Capt. J. W.. Collier purchased this Hall arrived ''rum .l<'ort. Myers Sun ALBEnr OVER8TREBT . r .
.he..MfOlbOlIl"t church next Sunday wetk the Aultman place In- North KlsImrnee day with a cargo of orange' which .
evening This will be Mr. UlifhaVa she .en route at U. M. "*
and has already moved IntoIt. picked up : '' '' 78
flr"!'t visit 'tit .IClsslinitiefiand' It la ( Dr. Rivers 'who bad Just moved Lanler 'grove .at Basinger. Capt.; Bicycle Shop. '. 'l COUNTY' AQBNTS FOR \,

hoped t.hali'a large congregation\ will his family Into the residence' exchanged nail came UP for a party of tourists, c

turn out and hear him preach. place with Capt. Oilier, and 1 I. Messrs. C. P. Rodgers/ Jr.E.. M' Bicycles, Guns,; 'Pistols' ,' I A X: I :CIL t''
) ,, |
IL B. ( Fertilizers S'J'
Orange "uhlpplnz.lg about over bere now living In the Campbell house justacross Rodyers, J.R. Randolph land; celebrated l = I' ;
whom he had
of Alabama, >Etc.: repaired short
Broadnaxi on
from the Aultman' I '
the '
for tbl season, the packing house contracted to meet here and carry G-BAix .E.T C.,, ;. : .

havlni cleaned up all the Immediately pluce. 'The Auluna.n place is a splendid Col.lIer' .through io Fort. Myer. The partyarrived notice, ; ". . Circular: ..* Pric: U'FaraUhcd . .1 .. -
available fruit this week. There are, residence property and Capt. ..,;;;;.. --.i
Sunday night, and moved ::? o. 4neatlo.,. ,: '
however hundred boxen of friend here will be pleased guarantee work to give T' r-----.4- rr
,' *everal many their'baggage from the train to tbe our" : / ->< ; :
fruit\ and other point at this evidence of his Intention to I ,
at Baslnjrer .
["''down the River, which will be broughtup become a permanent resident of, KUlifimee. .- steamer. where they spent ceelnR the around night. satisfaction! ,ore money:. .will be : I:0. .,, /:: .
Monday wa*spent sight- : . ."
by,steamer and packed here. town, and the Wat left late Monday refunded' '. "'tJ"'T': fnS'' .F' U 'R S 'TIT' O .O\\. j .... "
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Jno. E. l Ennls' of Narcoossee, down .L..I.,, ; : ; .JI # :
Married at the Dapttst parsonage i Dr. afternoon for the Interesting trip . . ,
I on Sunday morning I last, Mr. John wag In town Monday on business connected the Klsslmmee River, through. Lake: We are also Agents'for; all, kinds : .' ... u" ; :FI :; .....'dCotiisixry' ':-
I'' ,Tanner and Tlner Rev. with the Narc'oossee- Sunshine Okeecobee: and thence down the l i t.! t a f'i":' ""
Miss Macrgld X
I H,, P. Jackson amclatlnor. The happy Houae-for consumptive He report Caloosahatchee. River to Myero. Tbe of Bicycles, and have the exclusive : ,P,:t'o'd":1pe": ; P.1 1 'It;: .

couple] are both popular young people' that he has succeeded In Interestingthe party will be several day en routes' Agency of the, County? : : '. '. . . ,.. ...' /jf(., .
,of thus city, whose many friend will Tribune Sunshine Society of New a. they are' ..outfor ''pleasure, and """' N HM.. j 'YP'
in bin beneficent scheme for will the to hunt and for the.famous.Ra.cycle8.. : : . --r. .
'Join the1 ,Vall" Gazette in wishing York City stop along way .,, {i'.
them long life of happiness" and the benefit of suffering humanity, and ',(fish. These gentlemen come downo furnished \" 1.1'I1''t .
.prosperity. plan are'now underway for the -establishment Florida every winter and' make a Catalouges on applica '
permanent sanatocjumat similar trip but this Is the first time The () l :
QckJawaha Nurserje :
Shaker Syrup at tlosran'.Floyd's., -Narcoossee where sufferers from they- have taken this, the best. trip' la tion < 1
painted K gal.tint; branded "Shaker pulmonary troubles may' go and take tbe state for sportmen, and we'venturethe < : : ,
Syrup. -TbU syrup I wilt answer the open air treatment under the most assertion that it will not be. the OVefstreet & OYerstreet1SJEW .. ;. .
for. E; 8. CIUJSTE.: favorable auspice and at ,the le..*t aU : ToOreep'OMera wlaQ axpeot'to ealsrp their iroros Ult.f ':f

. for Sh'aker 'possible .. column '.' L n ruvwcwaolto.s. ,"d 1I'.e. ..*uloii.. whleb.>M ]J"" pvp h'EJ! >'"' ;111

.. Mr. Ay J. Booth's new cottage on Sf this Issue,will be found ha description -. -. .-- -- + p"b 4bd asdt.ad1Jor dbtdbutlen.. .W.: ... waUJa.-t. sari,, 1 til"" "
nli-loOn North KUstmmee nearing of the work,, a* far a* It .baa pro. . . I ,. .kMti/tli. dev.l p'nenl o( .tb.>!Uru |ralt''inda>trrUi ,,o.lda. I .: ', "t .
Completion. When finished it will\ be greed, from the facile' pens of the r- -r. .- . ' V '...11IotIII9II'I.d we )>ell'.t'w. 'use glvs. vala&ble Inforaiatlott %* I I :-. ; .?....,.
qnlte'a oomrnodlou and handsome doctor himself w'ho"' freely Tending ., sew and old irowcfs. One Stiffs tress ... Ibiollnia*6f'ned',. .F '
:residence, The home Is a.story.and a ''nljlmetalent, and energlea-to this : trrROCERY, :STORE, .. '. 'lene*..Dd only valuabtev.MNlessr.'prwpatar.dla'.ten..r. ,
bait and will have five room, down great work without bop, of t financial vies'. 'It will beta roar!laMrwrtMlaok'ttvtlMevtr.aad ".No!" .
; fttatr, a sluing room, twos' bedrooms, reward. . '. ; .Itov.TOO will decide to five ea yoaniMttoaa *sties o wld rh tl' j ,. ;
a dining room and kitchen,' and will We.have. ]nt pe'neCl up at Dandy & Band/ I tbe lud.eewenss'w' ....c._... ID' 'tEd
be heated throughout bj;,'*.team.Re l- . To C.... Cold l Itf .0.. DayTakeliaxat'lve old stand with' a full *tock -tresb' .. ,thouw.o plaee their arden sow'lot fall **.d wlatee'' 'p"1"' ?. f...>.

"\\!, Dr. 6-.D'; Gray' CorrespondoKSeoretarj .- : Bromo Quinine' Tablet FANCY' FA1 ILY ;j 3l 9PE IJS. :! s, \Altaoh.alJ',po wllU. .,.. r' :,1 w', .. "ra.' .'J S h
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'... f heSouther.Uaptlst *. All druggists refund the money '1f" j J ". \ '
Convention, oreached at :the Baptist' lrWfA11 la t aaeer E oro.a'i slg c".t "", :suj&respectf.lly!. solicita abarepf the publio, :.O Q jKLAWAHA'NOpaE? ietfjQMNtri
norch last ( lt, ...
Monday night, on the *ubjectpf J natureis on' piLrp aRe Fees ,, "
Home Mission.'..'Dr.'Qray I. an i ,e, J 'r ,, ,be .city.I it .,oxt, ...t :; .t .1] L fill"" i.f ems" It>fliI \O..W. O >> *.;p..;3 r !''t"'G.. RM - ,

impresslv tpaakeri. and bl**rgun nUIn ;'. patR.iry PH I ,..' t.b'Air, AI'Amtv5.PtR.ba444. %.. $tib 'Mlh.' iut: ": "' : 0
favor of ', tVoperty, on;', Broadway, for': $1200 ,YH011 :cf: : ''' ..,, : ,
.the cause .he represent. :COLLIER; & gCO1IYE : 1 t 1't, $ '(0 .( ''f..t.v. >a.t' .. '.

IVtvsr I:'IInI'" wbl".deep11 presented! la,.Impressed. cle logical, hi* lOQta m.Q I HOW i'J1t.renting.. J.for M.$400 wnxsow per.. year.Instance.JR:' . .. ,.... ..". \"". ,. ........._.. '. .. .- .. .roM.- ', ," 1

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though of her lovers felt tnJs. -

: coldness and suffered from it, neither HOST GATHERS

seemed disposed to abandon tb* field:.

They lingered. chatting, one on one '
F' side of the ground an& the other .on JNNEWORLEANS J Doings in

the other, ,land neither had any eyes .
but for her who seemingly saw no-one. A

of M11LI l\1S.: when But tbe at last lone there train camo upon a'moment them both Attend :Annual'Meeting of South- .... ..... .... .... .... .... .... ..... ..... .... ..... .... .... .,..- .... .... ..... .... .... ... .... .... ... ... t''

UI( was loosed. The artist when saw suddenly her move be, era Cotton Association. Suit to', Enjoin) Drainage Scheme Must Hold state Certificate. '

and moved himself "
perceived what had occasioned her l* With ,the' Alinf"a few days ago of The following;. circular' has been!

." change of attitude and inconeideratelypeLsed. ENTHUSIASM IS .GREAT:; a'; petition for injunction restraining Issued by, State Superintendent(
.. .. ; .. of tax levied Public Instruction W. :M.: Holloway.l
Anna Kaliarine Green ''1. i..Tnge/o.Ftak.a. tho collection the special
,_ His nftin 'sake from Cleveland Was approaching \ to eecure: funds for the carrying'out of To the County Boards: 'of Public Instruction :

a aena.MV'u.. .. sr "0.1r"" .....lrll'. ......:. her. Would he be welcome t Notable Addresses Ddirered by President Governor Broward's plan of draining<< ; r .',f
Ofr _. The artist beid his breath watching and the 'tlmoa I, desire -o. attention
h Jordan and Others in Resume the Everglades, irt same salt\ your t. J

CHAPTER: XIX. over herself niid ended'by playing the them ,both with burning eyes. One of-Woik of the Association. j bill, praying the court to d CJft.n. the.Uct.that after July 1. 1906 state'

BOMETnhlnl KOBE THAN A GAME OF role of general- coquette: Meantime'J.he moment be thought she was going te unconstitutional and void the bill aid will not be granted to any senior'high '

n'', CROQUET. stranger had been pressed Into the turn away but the next she looked up - passed by the legislature"ln' 1905, authorizing school whose principal Is nottha0\,

When" dOwn' tOlr game, possibly by.the secret allies' of nad though she grew startlingly pale With a J Urge and representative fit- : the levying of. the, tax and holder of .a state certificate.
the artist sat ,
young she cast the stranger a heavenly
; breakfast tbe next morning he found} the artist and was busy with the duties smile whleb upon, Jdde the artist's heart tendance, from tbe'cotton__,growing providing for the Bonrd of Drainage Should,any County Board of Public;
: .
of tile same. He did not lose sight ,
a note lying beside his 'plate.; It.was .however and those drop like lead In his bosom. .! state, the Southern CottonJrower'S' CommisHloncrs,' there was Instituted' Instruction refuse to comply with this.
of the 'slgnorlna, :
and waa'to".the in the United States circuit\ court atJacksonville regulation such refusal on Its ;!
from "Miss Aspinwall- that watched them both felt that It the "1 have lost her was his inward Association,-opened 'a three "days session partJwill
effect 'that she bad written to her to his comment and, he' turned. on his heel .a .suit which is of the cause all schools under its super.'
t unwise enough
was carry
friend Mr. Morris for pret"lle' In New Orleans Thursday.! .tJ vision which-have heretofore received'
a pique beyond the bounds of politeness- and left rfie7WaceAndKmWeontlnued<
+ ; crlptlon of tbe gentleman he had been lie would be In danger ,of losing the ,to look upon the The .hall was crowded when President 'the entire state. $COO as,a senior high school approprla-- ,

1 kind enough<< to Introduce to her notice. prize tie had ,evidently set. his heart matte f
f This was satisfactory and prevented upon gaining., caine/Su/little perfumed note Into order; A feature that attracted attention Land and Timber Company), nn organization In order' '' to accommodate; gas far '

!the artist from sending a letter. to Mr. The ,gale which was novHnproerees 'which, was crushed a forget-me-not, I Incorporated under the as poHIMeall persons who may de- ',

Byrd, as he had contemplated. Fqr had for -opponents.1Miss Clinton and and though It had no signature. and was the presence of a' negro, laws of the state of Louisiana sire to apply for, a' state certificate
0'-- though he had no 'doubt In his own bore no address he felt It was from delegation from Iliads county. Mimic, ''
Mr. Degraw against Miss Aspinwall Tbe action Is, brought against Na- I have decided to hold examination
f mind as to the identity of this stranger her. 'and read the words It inclosed slppi. Secretary Woods of the ')l1'S- d
he had no desire to"put*himself in a and )lr. Ferroll.. was an evenly pole'in B, Drown rd as Governor; A. for thai purpose, '.beginning on Tuesday
with an emotion easily to be conceived. ,
matched and contest sissippi association wild they'were Tegular -
bitterly opposed
State- William June .6, 1906, and
continuing for
%, false light in connection with one who They were but 'two'butlhose C. Croon as ; }
At one moment.tb -tormer couple appeared delegates and entitled to Beats.
four day*, at the following places
cwned BO sarcastic tongue and held words V. Knott as State Treasurer; : ,lMariano
to. be In the advance,' and then ,two were: President Jordan '
... was given an ova. for the
at tbe moment such an Impregnable "Trust me." -- : William II. Ellis aa State AttorneyGeneral of
by some lucky stroke. the latter came lion. Invocation '
poRltlon. He determined: therefore to was offered' by Rev. ; BenJ. McLln. aa State Com- middle and went Florida, applicants;,
to front to fall back again
the only I
.wait and take ne mejisjires of his own' under the other's, judicious play. So CHAPTER XX.IOTtWARD Dr.. Beverly Warner, Ex-President mlHsloner! of,' Agriculture; and against. Jacksonville,, for" the Accommodationof -
i'; John M. Parker 'of the New' Orleans
till after a reply bad been received lively was the afruggle and so skillful : ANITBACK. . the nameofficers nit the. Board 01 applicants residing In east Florida

from' Cleveland. ,That Is, unless he the opponents that tbe attention of the eager cotton exchange delivered an addressof Drainage Commissioners O. E. Dub I ; Dada< City, for the acconunodatlon iy
A man in love Is b9hleve.tnthe
saw of Immediate menacing welcome In which he said the
signs peril speculator '
of those who live In south Florida
whole surrounding party was finally the as Tax Collector of St. Icicle
truth of object ado.jl but ton.
his dear one,' In.which case be would r- Is the ,greatest enemy the farmer ,
drawn to the sport, greatly to the relief Hamilton Degraw pondered long over County; ; T. II. Gauher as Tax Col I Theso examinations will be held$r
not write at all but
f lIound telegraph. of the slguorlua?, who. If she had the slgnorlna's note before be 'could has. He counseled the farmer lector of Dado County Wk C. Lau:?- under the direct supervision of. the ,' t
The of balls clicking
not betrayed her consciousness of the ,not to "kill the golden goose by put. | state Derailment of_Education.Tho :
from Miss Asplnwall's grounds ome to any definite conclusion in'regard ford as Tax Collector of DeSoto County ,
gave scrutiny towhich she had been lu1JjectedcertaSnly tins -up prices so high tas we will Boon circular hero a list of the
I him presently all'tbe excuse he needed to it. Trust her! Were those ; and R. J.:,0.: Travers, an Tax Collector l. gives'

;:... for an early visit there -Crossing the' showed,Jicr.pleasure words the plea of a coquette or the despairing have an active competition" from other, cf Lee County 'are also made tcxtsfroat which tho-questions will betaken ,.
at the momentary respite from it by a of a threatened and countries ) and continues .
turf he soon found himself within view cry per defendants in the Action.Th'e :
.ofv tbe bright and cheerful picture telling play on the part of Mr. Ferrsll. plexed woman T In tier face and in Mr. Foster member of the Ixwlsl complainant prays the court to Any applicant who may not be. prepared .
Rousing herself from the attitude of her manlier he had beheld evidences of ana railroad commission and a larg J'
w which the Introduction of this game find declare and decree chapter 6377 to complete the whole examination

4 has made so familiar to us. The white coquettish- languor which she had, al'IUIQ'OO struggle between love and spine opposing cotton planter, responded. When Mr. Acts of 190B.( Laws of Florida, to u.. at this time will be permitted to ,
under the talk of of Miss
4., ,one be could not Foster concluded President Jordan delivered ,
I dresses cf the ladle., the velvety verdure Asp'lawall's declared admirers She cast passion even In "'IOlatiOD of the Constitution- the take an examination on any five of
fathom sufficiently to name., But was his the southern \ "
of the lawn the grace of the ever: address on *
a quick look acrossthe ground to United States and of the State of Florida the ten subjects he may choose The
varying movement, the eager enjoyment the conflict a worthy oneand, should t rmer. ,
where the artist stood beside his more and to be, therefore; null void; Examination: on the remaining five
all were there. But he sawnothing lie uphold her In. it by ail indulgence President Jordan reviewed at some .
or less abstracted hostess. It was_but ahd without effect: subjects gray be taken at the close-
.: font a-solitary-man-and-woman wll1chmlghL.apealLmoreoLwrakne'thall bect aaaooJation '
flash but he saw it, and taking it for .1encthJb4L the of the Teachers' Summer Training
4 : of true manly sympathy! lie -- -To declarelhe mJn\ltrJlJroceedlngl .
halting under the shade of a neighborIng : Its
| and accomplishments. He referred "
,.tree: he, with manly. Interest pervading in Invitation forgot his anger, forgothis could not dectsX, for, '%ls own pride to the discovery of dishonest and acts of the Hoard1 of DrainageCommI8slont'u. s ToT; held-at -Tallahassee ,net''.'. ..

, every feature of his stfong face resolves, forgot everything but her: was engaged in the decision, and a In tbe levying of au Gainesville; the exact date of whicTt:
practices In the bureau of cotton statistics
and she with corresponding pleasure and only waiting to see that his rival man's prides dies hard even In the ucreag rtax' of 6 cents per acre to be will be nnncuneol later. :
was just his mallet for a blow in the department of agjlcul-
irradiating every lineament and making ' cause of his own affections. Illegal null and void. W. M. HOLLOWAY, ,
he bowed his adieu to Miss Aspinwalland ture at Washington and the fightmade" .
beautiful every attitude. His rival But as the night approached the- To declare the attempted assessment State Superintendent

from. Cleveland bad lost no-time.Angry started for the bench upon which sweet appeal grew in force till It overwhelmed by the association forpurity in St Lucle Dade De'soto and I t,
lat the perplexing; object of bis_,adora-: there. He then discussed the reasons
to conceal his doubts and renewed his '
beyond Ills power Iee counties Is veld and constitutesa The review of the business tit fUD-
: Hamilton Degraw drew' back. Not tion. eonfl ence. Trust her! Yes. he could for the demand made by the association
cloud upon the title of the lands ta Gorda for the year 190S Just passed
for him was this place of mirth and But scarcely had be taken three steps trust tier, but could he trust.himself? -11 cents for cotton. II
the tax shows
which gratifying
of the petitioners upon very ,
Joy; not for him the petty civilities of before ha found himself confronted'byMr. .Prom the experience the morning "It baa been ascertained by Investigation business. done
In the volume of over
the morning call and a, tedious and Ferrall. he 'knew that It would be absolutely ," he said, "and .has not yet was levied. I 1
deceptive. game. If she could smile "Take my mallet..Degraw,' I entreat perilous to his self-control to subject been denied; that at th
like this after the appeal be had made you.and finish this game. I have Just himself to a further sight of bis,rival's prices of the manufactured products of the Board of Dralrtage Ccrapnlsslon- commences: with prospects for an r i.'

her the night before then 'she'Was'not received a telegram whichjdemsnds instant triumph. Though was.misery to sit this season spinners could 'easily ; ers affords no I leprr Justification or even more successful year than the

the woman he deemed her;nor was attention. 'No one can beat that still to his Improvised studio while this havevpald IS cents for the'. "entire authority for the defendant Tax Collectors one just closed. Up to the commence

Cleveland chap but you. Go in. then of the maid counties collect nient of the new year S5.0OO: boxesof
her regard what he hoped it to_ be. other man enjoyed free access to her crop to the growers and declared dlv '
She was f.lle-and he would leave her and !don't forget that Miss Rogers' eye? side ho felt it to be wisdom to thtw sacrifice Idends 'on their Investments. On the acreage tax or to enforce the oranges and graefrult and 7.000 "
( .only be could not leave he>.-false or Is on you." I his feelings till this letter from this basis of lO.OOO'.OOO: bales same by levy, sale etc. crate. of pineapples have been' ship .

true, she was the woman be loved Before the artist could reply the mallet -I Cleveland came to settle the position ..should a crop ped{ also 'i,000.000 pounds of fish,., under the Influence Ferrall was off and a dozen voices $600.000,000. If we demand and recelve Entries far the fourth International
leave her: ). *seductive advantage In her eyes which truth $100,000 cattle shipments were mad
of this incomprehensible stranger I were. crying: and.honor must,ever possess "erd. 15 cents for the balance of the Ormond-Daytona beach automobileraces during the past twelve months. "

than he would have surrendered a pet "Whose turn? Beat that run of play ception and revealed fraud. unsold portion of the crop, basis mid ": which closed a few days ago i ___ t. ,

lamb to the paw of a wolf. He ther*. If you can." He. therefore replied to her note by dllng. at Interior points, we will still show twenty-two International com baa voted.

; a ,fore stopped at certoliTaeat in the : lIe' the slgnorlna one, glance ylng he would trust her so far as to" ,"tiS" nable'to average 1lpr:\, whole'crop leUtors.wltb. a total entry! In all races The: pnrclu&fcrfrom' Tampa city the council De Carle mote :rt'Ieratlcg' r

j' middle of the-lawn, and not caring i grasped, his mallet and took his standby leave her-/ to. her new friend till he at 12 cents a po nd.due to.the unwar- of IMS. The touring car which figuredIn to dlsA

whether: he was seen or not sat down' ; t his ball. .The play alluded to bad! could substantiate the doubts which raatrd-Iew prices at which more than last winter's tournamentlhas been company a cremator for ,

and,taking a pencil and sketch book I been made by Jill rival and 'seemed to be had so freely expressed against him, erne-half of the crop' has been sold. eliminated the of ppang.ot the city's refuse and'a,'contract
with exception one
from his pocket, began* all appearance .. determine the game. But ho was a dnepl.yer and supplemented this communication The proposition to, kold the balance crest tie was crdered.entered Into with r j

I to draw tb .acene before him. [ too. and after having taken in by a line to Miss Aspinwall.. In which of ,the crop at a maximum figure of : in which reguarrtocs'at I that company to furnish the crema- {j|

r Suddenly a laughing voice was heard the location of the several! balls he took- he exprelloo'thllnks for her kindness 15 cunts is therefore. based figure. In horse power the entries tory and Install it within ninety f

r, .over his shoulder. his rira; and made the moat brilliant' and' entreated consideration "for the conservative upon this year how an Increase'' of mOl'e ,, a cost of 145.000. Tbe crematorywill "I.
reasoning surrounding
.sob,' Mr. : Degraw What a-disap stroke of the season. feelings which Induced him. to remainfor than 2S per cent and for tbe first have a capacity for, disposing of '. ..

pointment! I expected to see a picture A chorus of acclamations arose., then a few' days from her house, or until the ptesent legitlmateMaws" of demand- time .In the-history ,ot automobile! one hundred tons of refuse twenty-_ .

of hill and valley, roof and splre or at atsllence followed broken only by the she received 'mien"-word from Mr. and supply.. racing two_ cars one'of 200 and tbe four hours, 'and'the De Carte company -''"

it _____ 'k least' a group of girls circling round click of the mallet and balls. ,When it Morris 'as would make it agreeable for. Concluding* his address President other of 220 horsepower will be seen states In'Its proposition that the ."

I ,one poor croquet ball and, beboldl! ceased lie had separated hla opponents'balls him to return tbere. Jordan urged the wisdom and necessity in' competition From the point of will alit .

only a milk white page meets my eye!*' by tbo full width of,the ground This last clause betrayed Ihe full for compact organization anions numbers the, foreign cars will be in
1< He turned. One of the llghtest-heart-' and croqueted bis 'own; 'and his part I motive for his conduct, as be. had .the growers in'every: cotton producing the: majority. exceed SO cents_per ton.; ... .:!I1j

!s ed and frrshest-tonjrued; of the many ner's through tbeTast two arches I meant It should. The result was a county in the south. -

gay girls about,him stood at his side., Miss Clinton now advanced to the speedy response from his generous" Mr. Irvine of Georgia said eatenstye ... A Miami news Item. Gars: Tbe , ;1

"Good morning said he.'"You want rescue. Could she1 but hit a ball the hostess Italian Immigration would ultimately Governor Bronard has assigned> Florida East. Coast dredge, which has

,,to see plctnre-WellLwalt-a& oment game might be saved otherwise It was ""Dear, Mr., Df craw Too may be result In Italian possession of Hon. W. S. Bullock Judge of the fifth been dredging for the deep' water1'
and I will show yon"one." Irretrievably lost Would she bit ? channel In 'the for tbe past two
one bay
,4 doing wisely and you may not. Of southern lands. He thought the energies Judicial circuit to. hold a part of the '
And ,without analyzing his''motlve Many on the field thought so. but the hat you must be your own judge. "Mr.ueuiaw. of tho south ought to be 'direct approaching term cf tbe circuit Court years or more has completed-- the : ?;
or counting the cost of his Impulse he artist did not. He had' "wired" her J
-- dredgeworksefarasthismachlne
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luvmanu, wilt not tray fed to the ed1catlonotS.'Youtlr"111" "Hiilsboro county Jndge-ltuhloc -
tort'ed.his. pencil to' travel ,over the too effectually. And so It proved. In 'because do the work. It has cut a cban* \
away you do. and much mischief the advantages of farming and to the will relieve Judge Wall on February can -
leaving thereupon the lines of making! her stroke she drove her ball 1
lt ltr1 paper a can be done in three days. However sending of city'boys to the fields 0.; to try the case of the State ovFlorida nol 120 feet wide, ranging from 11 to '.
you have one firm friend here South said 117 feet In depth: The channel Is now
Mr. Smith of Carolina against Hop and SamWilder.,
both forcible and proud. When he bad result She had but to bit her ..part
'' who will not allow. matters to-p1'oceedtoo that the south during the1 past charged with the murder of Oscar ,down to the rock bottom The length
t finished It he showed It to her/ ner's ball, put It out; and then drive far year a
t "Who Is It!" he asked her own to the stake. But she wes be allowed without to warning the you May' I bad made all the cotton needed without Prunes. judd! Wall being disqualified.The of the channel is about four,miles., fI.(

;l l ""Why--your. namesake from Cleve nervous, and only succeeded in put. that I shall not express be compelled hope to then address difficulty and with negro, labor governor also assigned Judge/ Bullock --- .

land" she replied, with a mischievous ting her own ball out till I and there, was no occasion for die to hold a special term .of the circuit The state supreme court the past l (
you can inclose Mr Mor-
';'tUt of her head. .'It Is very good only Tbe odds were now. entirely. in.favorOf ris' letter Tours sincerely 'cursing the question of securing ad court at Key West ..beginningJfinuary / week heard oral arguments In the ha-. ";: 1
" you have uotflatter/ed-him.**"" ,7. the stranger anfl HUgg ClIntOB". 'Bllt =-t- -.HIi.ARy'-:APINWAf.L"This 'ditlonai"labor'untl"ihesoutberatar'mere - -;307--to"dtBpO(!. or"caRes- 'In" 'bear) eoVl us cased i froin''"EscamblsTETid, "1 '

"I leave that for the ladles to do," be when air Degraw came to>'play' some were assured an enrcn&g| ,return which Judge Wall is disqualified. Duval counties In the "Jim Crow" l

gravely retorted and with a smile she unlucky twist of his mallet sent his letter' with Its direct. promise,, on. the cotton. they were able to matter. After the court decided somemonths 'A
'life Into
F could not fathom closed! his book, put ball on one side of the wire Instead of put new him H felt that raise. IDternau-:: ago that the law enacted br
It la his pocket and offered her his the other and his opportunity to re- with this good friend ori tbe watch h* The Cigar Makers''
At tbe conclusion of the discussion the legislature of 190S requiring separate -
could rest in foe a
pence day at least
arm "Ton may wishto possess this trieve the game was lost Union has declared tho strike 'of the '
and rose the next full of Hon. D. Tompkins of Charlotte N. divisions of the street cars for
;1a, some day;" be :laughed tapping ,sig So now It was the artist's turn again, morning hope Key West cigar makers off,. and workIn ;.
only to find his spirits immediately C., was lntrod ced to speak on "Cot the separation of the races unconstitutional
nificantly' the place where be had put and :as he bad but to hit the stake with the factories will bo'reDumod at
dashed by the following unexpected ton Values In Textile Fabrics." Jacksonville and Peaancola
the sketch"but'remember that his ball thought'the ,
you many result nn once The strike has been on nearly
:will have claim epistle:, : At the opening of the afternoon enacted ordinances requiring the division.
no upon It It by word good aa decided and prepar d' to lap two months, and during that time all Ji
,or gesture yon reveal the secret of Its their hands. But to the' momentary' "Mr. pegraw and Miss Rogers held 'session announcements' were made of the factories'in the city bave been In each city the negroes are 4'\\

,making" amazement of every one he dallied a long conversation last evening seated members from '.the"varl6us states/ to making a test of the constitutionality
closed, Two of them account
cf '
."Do you man: 'the picture or your With his luck and. Instead of driving upon the Window seat which we all serve on. the committee which does the ,on of the ordinance

heart?" she asKed. for your band Is his ball carefully to.the stake sent It feel'Is dedicated to you. Though there ,/actual work of the convention. The the strike;'have decided to remove to -. ..1,(

pressed over both."' whirling across the field in search of .was nothing la their' manner which committees provided for are on acreage Tampa. -The terms offered by tho Governor' Broward has Issued ,a' .

He gazed Into her merry'"eyes. caught that of' his adversary. H....ld not bit was open' to ,the criticism the:most and. diversification, pushing the manufacturers. have boonaccepted" as death'warrant for the' execution cfIstah

ft t the momentaryconMgion' of her glee the mark he had set for himself but exacting person present, half of the work of organization and financing satisfactory by the men except those convicted
B.! Cooper was ,
and smiled.. us:'accomplished a purpose that was men and nil of the ladles who saw of the 'Tcrce ores Cuban Union, who "I

g wfy$r -, for 'you to decide" he-rcJojjned. !- dearer to ,him than. any game. His them felt chagrined at this testimony the association warehousing holding hold out on the demand for a recognl In March, 1903; at a special term of.
balance of unsold trade relations
: + ., "If |ft Is a riddle I tbjnk your ball stopped not three feet from -tbesignorina of a growing intimacy; on the part of crop Ion of their union.A court, for the murcler'of J. H. Bow

e perspicacity ,may be. relied upon -to and, though his watchful rival nro-pe1'lOn.'WhO; it'half you say Is and statistics.The man marshal of :the' town of pants ;.

solve It.*" -- , evidently understood the motive true,. should never have had so.much night featured were,a paper by Oordii..Thero has been a remarkable

r And thus, with a cleared brow, but which urged him and sent his own ball a.1 a distant acquaintanceship.. John D. Walker or- Sparta Oa, on Washington dispatch says: Senator record In this case ..and this is tbe i

+1;. t with .a Wildly besting and rebellious Immediately In the same,direction be "It I.. perhaps only fair .to add, that closer relation between banker and Mallory .of Florid has filed the third, .tteath warrant Issued. t

.heart he drew near to the players. bad tile opportunity to whisper:_ Mr. Degraw has none of:the look of acharlatan farmer. He was given avote of views of the minority In opposition to -... f

:; ;rf JU pas welcomed by one joyous acclaim "Lov me and drop this fellow. His' and, parted from Miss ,Rogers thanks for raising the first $10.000 the ship subsidy bill. The -report follows Tampa has ..recently had two Import. '

,. but h* noticed with a sens* :of admiration dishonors'you and maddens last evening with a gesture of as for the Walter Clark, prel"dent similar lines to that made 'by :

x'Yf4 ,humiliation hard to endure. that( a me. I wlI not see-ron yield to it" f. much respect as If he had been taking of the'Misaissippldivhlon'spoa. tho same senator ai year ago, In which tile .

' ,.' ,dozen{ curious glances passed immediately That..rug all,"but it evlde.Uy.lns leave of sVqneen. H. A." on organization, detailing the results subsidies ..
were opposed as contrary to panles having been placed 'roe.,1.< .. .
' from his face to that of bla BOWpublicly enough. ,
\ public : organization. ,
pollcwy' Qf
#t' : 'recognJied 'rival., ;He re. lsbmeat'tb.n'ehagrin l and then fenae artist "Manner.can impose upon any - ? t1
strained himself ,however and "ingV thing lite'despair.' But the scene"sone woman. ,-My darling la :
certainly In eat
fXlNSION'U I RAPID WAY. ,.Owing to tho international Because 'of the of the,
}... ling1 out ,Mlun ,Aaplnwall paid her such of mirth, and she found; herself danger.'" .And he bad another struggle .! character !

attention a* J>la dlstr.cttoa.ou&4& ,at i Torced, to Join In the general laughter with ,his pride; It'waa cut abort :,00--: of the event; and to the 'worldwide of, County: Commissioners of ac ro''if'if

.jj.7, ..Jowjv; Tbe! result waa perplexity: tq I which balled'th stranger .s.victor. by.the appearance cf Miss Asplnwall's Ceatral. CeeraU's tjnk te Newna Will. Interest 'that hal'-been 'aroused county'to eomply'rw/tthe''iquest': I

cnanyf minda..,'Vot no sooner .did, the the ,artist,having .sacrificed. ,the. game ewa paid with another note' Its'co1J-. ". Completed by July. ID' the' crowning of the Speed' King of the Board"of' Publtor Instruction,?,;,

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,..Be>,,wh. >npon'tb.'e+ before.bad Baa Jbe- sacrificed; motet Then was : : te an especially floe view. to and Rome,branch of the Centralof ?Dorlda pretty, girl chosen by i ;Tlme- the, moneys, in the fine and forfeiture !It,

'''token: an' Indisputable place at 'herM very reason to believe.''for,toe slgDortmi be.found on .the: .road to ptockbrldg. Georgia railway from Qreenvllla to Unlon, readers,; the,:Times-Union .will fund of'the county; exceeding s..I uw,

1 . ttiaa atoe showed vagva.oneasfBMM bad 11.ooma,1lgfd. an11ft Just kt t .th -top-of.,the4ong .J ..
wbjeh. Owen made ttMtf noticeable laugb.'abd' .then.Impassive' not lifting of on nests propose a ride ana a pie- 'Th.r'contract Is',to be completed Roosevelt to be'presenlTartho: money will be'',the' result. Dry; 3.;'t. ,

... .., ....!'" "JlaCt"'III 'pro; rT'eye* iron*' slider herr' broad ale there to-day' it might not .. unwise .t,y'July 1, next it'is said. The work ceremonies Incident..thereto,. and it, ts KeIl7.Sl perlateDd8n*, of the'Board, of

pMaM4 and .....found herself us much. brimmed hat and 'only' 'answeringqueHas'Wise .for you to b* found, already upon of broadening the gauge from Columbus hoped that, he' can, spare7 the time public Instruction;: haaLbeer.,Instruct- )};.;

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f r j "."- JUDSON, 'LYONSLOSES ... _0 J." '.


. UPS:SUFFER :: HIS JOBSucccssof
-.11"\" .-. :
j .,td. ; 4 **. ,OppodunItles..Ln9a11tm11'! . ,,
I Sick
to Register of ;
Treasury )
r.: ,
trade-in'the Orient ; f
*f Ramtd by 'President Roosevelt.. is opening, up. 4
; SHOULD USE Our> ; Japan and China
exportsto ; )multiplied, %T w

KANSAS NEGRO WINNER during the l last year.. .' ,; '; V\' *\ I

There will foe tremendous"' increase '
soon a in.
Candidate Jodorsei ,

HERBINEFor Icgto. Gets fJan far,:pthetEiieada Booker Wash. . the trade\ of.the Pacific,, Cbast cities with i'the'ar.,/ "' .

Slated for ,... '
Decapitation.'A Hast. "- < / .
I.o I. .

Washington special say:' President "i' .' Big opportunities: for the' man who ,lives., t there. >, ; ;, .

Permanent Relief Roosevelt .Saturday- ,announcedthe : '' Why not look the field, over? r : '' "

o appointment ol|. W. T, Vernon, .
HKRBINK act directly on the Urer. It will 62.50 Chicago, to San Francisco Los
TION, DYSPEPSIA MAIJUIA AND CHILLS. cure i iprlncfpal' of tho Qulndaro Insqtute( ., : or
from all jpoisonou! mineral substance, and la I composed entirely solely of at Qulndaro,. Kane, t i. be register of. Angeles ,and return May '
LlFK cmNG HE RDS. Especially for weak and weary the 'treasury In succession to Judson ; i 2, 3,. .9,107-1-Ij i'J2: i3'- .

't\ constitution all derangement/; strengthen of the*human the weakened body. gland and 'organ. ; It. check W Lyons. 'Charges: 'weAgxtTreferred 29, 30. '31, June! i August 6, 7, 8, 9, lOt: J'' ryit2, 13, ,

CURED HER SICK HEADACHE against Vernon but'they were not sus and 14; 1905.. Tickets good for return for 96 days. .

Mr*. Joale Cameron Central! t.alned by the :Investigation made by '
-. Texas, write*t "I flnr111URBINIi give toe, Temple quick the "direction": Of the. president Rate for a double berth .in a comfortable,, tour- '

r., 1 women relief, and who take suffer pleasure from sick ia recommending be"' "'." it to all Lyons was at the white house during ist sleeper from Chicago to San .Francisco, Los : '

the day and learned'from 'the "
WITHIN TIm KXAOf, or ALL, l : Barbara 'other '
Angeles Santa and +
president himself that there"4-was no many points "

filly Cents A Bottle Avoid All Substitute chance of his, reappointment to' the .. in $.y.. Throu h train.sefyice fromUnion '

Bollard Snow Liniment Co. office, he holds. The fact that LyonsIs Passenger
via the :
republican national committeeman Station. Chicago, ; '. ,
LOUie S. A.
from Georgia: did not save him. Vernon . '
/ '

SOLD AND RECOMMENCED BY of, Booker. of, Kansas T. Washington.had'thai Indorsement 4>. Chicago/ Milwaukee & St. Paul,/ .-' ,

This turn down of Lyons, cominz .
Fpr .Sale at. ROBERSON'S DRUB STORE. coincident with. the 'announcement Pacific' .
-. that''Rucker colored collector at At- Union and Southern Pacific LineThis

: ' -hrcta. Is tq lose out. and that D y aUx, < "
: .
KISSIMMEE -at Savannah Is to meet the same fate, '
means that no''negroes. ace to hold lli the route'bf' The Overland' t.lmitedJeaving Union

Important offices In ,the southern Passenger. Station, Chicago, 6.05 p.' m.,. and'' The California ' "

RIVER' ];tOUT: :&: states reason where for putting It. is,white possible. men'to'In find theirplaces. a .Express at '10.25 PmThe California Express. carries tourist '

Bleeping cars to California every day, Both: trains 'Carry, ,r.t: ,
x This is from now oir to be Presl through standard sleepers. .' '. .

STEAMER ULUB. ; 8TRAMKR: ROSJBADA.. dent rloosevelt'a policy. 'Probably -. ,

Captain Clay Johnson. Be., Captain .Clay Johnson. Jr. Crura at Charleston wll| be tbe only information; sent' .
Regular weekly trip to Bajalnger'Vjd return. Iloseada leave. Klatm> one left by' the time the president Complete rsertpt of coupon wkh'bl.nk"' -I '. ,,"

wee Tueeday morning and arrives Klsilmmee Friday evening. goes out of office and his lease-on: life tine filled. Name , .'. . .*- f i
Special Cbarter Trip to Lake Okeechobee and Fort.Mr ere -on Ute Ullle. comes through his having been. the : ,
Comfortable accommodation for paenger< Rate reasonable. president's own appointee 'W.rS- WBLL.Street address_ I
'l'1Ie most picturesque Wat.rwq in Florida. '.. By applying a two-term' yard sU.<< Gust Eastcra,...Br..4w y, C dI .-

For. .Passenger and Freight, Rate, 'apply to to all. colored offlcd holders-! throughout .HEW.YORK. CITY,;,, City '. ..Stake.. ,it ,
: ': ) .. .
CLAY .JOHNSON..SR. Proprietor. .
the south the ( expects .T' I ... t. 1J
On. boardUllle,- Klcalmmee. Fla. to rid Itself of all\ those who F..A. KILLER 'Probable de.tlnatlonCNiCaeo ..
0.....l P. . .. ,_ .
ni M If. ..
were put Into high office by President "CAUro..IA . ,
----.1 ,
McKinley through the Influence ot -
Senator Hann'a. In addition to Lyons "

NORTH KISSIMMEE., PHONE. -NO.--S. Rucker: d_}).yeaux, those to goat' . ..,
the; en4' of )helr presentte"nns; ,are: NiwNNWiII1'tIAiJNroI- *at.I.. Ais hwtf1'
Robert Smalls, collector ot the port ACQUJrrAl. FOR SANFORD.
at Beaufort 8. 'C-:" Joseph W.Lee, coi-
C. W. GRIFFIN lectdr .pf Internal revenue for FlorIda : City BakerYiiRESH
; J. E.: Bush receiver' of public rear Ketoras. Verdict of Not
r moneys 'at Little Rock; Walter Cohen after Brief Deliberatloa".

receiver of public "moneys, at '"... ,Roved to Tears., BREAD PIES: '

., Fancy Family Groceries Now Orleans, and James' Lewis surveyor turned a, verdict ot "not guiltyM at ; '
general for Louisiana. under
nightWhen the ,CAKE : : ,:
the department of the Interior. 7:40 Saturday' : rerdlct AND .
.f wa announced the defendant .. .
All were active lieutenants a( Mr.
wa brought Into court.'and after-the Raisins Currants Citrot -Peal
FRESH ; Hanna In his campaign which resulted "
reading of the. verdict pronouncinghim >
Sweet"Pickles; i 'r
'In the nomination of Mr. Mo- ,. -
any boor .' Klxley! In 1S96. In' tha anteconvention not guiltybe' roe from : Sour Pickles .nix.d ''PJ k.... \1'
Delivery every day, at ; pe.tronare.otlolted. L and hook hand* with-Judge"Wright, 0 .,' , ., ., 1:
contest MrtaDDa gave his prom-
-r-;: -
and aldT'Judge I hare made friend : :' ',., :,.. ) : "
for hi. GoODii.
.. Ise'to'care these men, and # 74UNCII"
.:. :, ,, '. ,- ? with the world* *i" .
"" ,.: .I '. j strong hold upon the southern colored .. I. ,.r "
., : After abating bands' with Judge
", -: contingent was due to his sincerity In Qan'dytFlg$ Dnt s ,
keeping his'promises.The .. Wright he walked across to the'fore r', ;.,,, J : t .{_,j;.,, . : '
r' ; I manrpfthe Juryand, with tear in Pecans I*
: ,
SALARY'RAISE HIS VN1JJi.G." -lnt JeDqes.which.flare-Jarooght his'eye, said;' "You don't .know how.. Fresh Walnuts, **** ,

i-, f.? = about this new policy on the part of happy ybvrhaTe made me." Thefore, STAR .LAUNDRY.
: "Before- AQENT WHIJE ,
In one of the Broadway hotels omce'prepr8I for a roasting; President Roosevelt are two: Ant,the .
man replied: -Vlnco, get the children, ,
much' frequented ,b'm.rc&11U1e trafler be could say a word the head of.the better understanding of the south and take care of them and lire a different . . .
'l ,, *.'II: knot of drummer were aeatva firm said 'My dear Mr. Johnes. we are lu people, which President Roosevelt without father :
life. I wa a ,
at gossip of the' trade after'. dinner. delighted with the energy you hare. acquired;'daring 'bll'r ent trips 'mother To 'which Ban . . - ,
"What has become' 'John6.T" asked: shown. It Is true the'returDs bare through that section!; second, the act- and m7aelf' .
.one.*"Haven't you beard about'him- not been 'great. but we Vppreclata ', irie opposition ot Booker T. Washing" ford answered, "I will do' that; I :
.., hare done. AI a reward for anr going to lire a*) worthy of them a*
'?,ep4fedth.W man addressed. ]lave what you ton to the appointment of 8Oulb.raDOJrf'tM' '"
scar not heard of hiss, rise and downfall 'dur Industry' we Intend to raise :your to ,office. .... I posslblyilcan": > wltlt* Hlgb-Grade WhisKSY I :
"" Hereafter'you will Sanford then ahook hands and 'tJ'
*, Well It-wa this weyT; r'You ralary $BOOya year. Washington advised President Mo.- ; :
? all know..1qhneLJfa. tnej>ost be paid weekly at'that rate. Good JUnle/j.agalnstJiuc thanked the remainder of the Jury.' ; ,
seller Smlthson A Co. had. Donald A day/'( /- ..d.l e-b..c"-po" weight After ward*.hepaa.ed.out ot the court J_ .. ..- ._ .. ,; .
1X97. but his """ ; ::;;
Itathbone offered him a bigger salary. "Johnes nearly ;falnte4 and 'pinchedhlm.olf room with his brother' and with them. 7
If hi would come with them and 'ha when he got outside!! the of- Against the Influence of Senator Han left, at once for Augusta! "="' Jr... vo; "-.
succumbed: Johns'was foxy and demanded fice. At the end .of the' week.Jphnea 11... He Is. however, much' closer to It 1. seldom that a'case In Floyd
a written contract' for five drew': hi* salary ....hlehw.. computedat President.Rooerelttthan he ever was county ha attracted as much' attention 'THEI :
,J..erl, which they gave him. n' was the new r.tea014 signed the usual to his predecessor Inoffice.. a*' this case: It Is but, fair to j'
few dale later he receiveda f.n his educational work Washington '
4,000 a year-and. exp"D.ea.Vel1.. recelDt. A oay that the verdict meet with1 at. '' 11. "
the first trip Jchnes made he .ran up letter from the firm sayjng his semi doe* not have the/ sympathy of least an average general ''approval.Ot NKAtt-PABSKNOBR,! 'DBPOT.'kiaSIJOUSaB. HOTJBtiAND

_a !,!nit hard luc\J.\ ? 'Eyerrthll\, g'eepv: vices were no longer required. Jobneswas. the political contingent of'his 'own 'course. Sanford has his friend? ( ?tjtn QRAVB3 HOV8EL: I ..
T- .<;ii to go agalnr hlmr-vWhenhegof"hack ."thunderstruck' L: He hurried to ..raceL.Dortb oraoulhl_ : Thud-' do not and there..:are.Sbdeewbodo," ot lice _. ..
he wa ashamed 'to how up at the office. flourished his contract"and". take kindly:"to his doclrlne" that the )hlm. .but' hlr expressed determination - AE. JJE; R ENl .J;Proprietor l rI
made bis'al. demanded an explanation. should give himself overt ,
the' office. _He had not colored .man to"'lIn'find work solely for, his children -
'let expensesBut. to 'Your-oontrast Is tio longer valid. eschewing poU-
ary; alone gals material pursuits..
the' blandly and his loved ones baa made a .
gratification, said the head of
his surpfUe and
tics. com.
hIs, employer greeted him rapjurouiJv. ; 'You broke" It by accepting an 1..*. 'In his educational work Washingtondoes profound Impreaaloa' upon th II I NOW HAVE 'THE LARGEST. STOCK Of WINES ,WHI$.*

'. 'We know -how thing go "ome .crease of salary'. :r Good 'da)'.' not have the sympathy of the munity.' ' ,', "',' )t1E8 AND' BEER EVER"HACU.EO,, IN ,KlttlMMCE. ALL: . f..1. '

times, Mr. Johne,* they .said but never ""Johne ,1s temporarily out of' the Dolltlcal contingent of his' own.race. : -I\ 'QRADEt AT, PRICKS TO SUIT, THE TIMES.17jrctde .
mind wo are perfectly satisfied business. He' wants now to north or'aouth.. These do not take BRICC.UWJS. CONMIIUIIONAU '
him whether. that Is good law or 'not. GIs : \
with work And they sent
col -
,.. kindly to his doctrine II .. .. .
on a trip down South. It? 'of the commercial ored' man should'give himself over to M..... ..Iett.g to 0iapeasalee te.Se. .tliCerelkM -- Jug :-t* e01a1ty' .' U r
None assembled r'
"That trip was worse than the II rat elChewlnpoUtl a. ,. .._.
material' pursuits, UpfecM by Cewt. "
LTben ke got back b!, went Into the travelers could ten) .. ,
There 1s a strong Washington The South. Parollna state *upreme _
c :; element among the* colored mea .of court Friday handed down an ctplnlonuvtalnlng .' '.. .. \\i

I I" ;'AMn'VS'Po.NY EXPRESS RIDERS the country, and among these' aligned. the constitutionality the *..*.........*.......f.... .*............*.*.*..*...... : ,.
with that element 1* Lyons Apparently Brice law. 'The court wa* unanimous. '.
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:The world' record. W organised and |, William F. Cody:"Buffalo Bill" was these'for Mcklnley-Hanna the sole purpose. colored'of strikingat officeholders In That its .opinion.portion of the9rtce law which : ..rJS E,.A Q .L E .S ;A ,L .O ONR. : ..

,, "schedule" riding was made by the I the most famous of;the Pony express It wa- announced some provided that counties voting out' the :
H-year-old "kid" gothis
Pony express. says Ci; F.: Lumml In : riders first-and a-from: the. 'man who Invented Ume' ago that unless excellent: reasons dispensary should.,cot participate- . .,..
beforee "Job" .. .M"
McClure'. Magazine. Never shown' no federal'ot school 'fund 'derived from dispensary
,'. carried. *o I the Pony express, Cody 'mad. could be the UC
nor sloe ha* mall been he- would be given a third '!* declared to be uncon- .
fat .o far and *o long merely by: the record here-a round trip ride ( ficeholder : profits "...
iltated by the killing of his relief) term. Ututional r.,
In c
=. not error .
horse If I am
power and horse-been of 884 miles. without stops, except ta This rule has not been applied to ''The Brico act. wa passed In 1>04.glTlng WINEs ,
elsewhere have eon ; ALES BR..lI..N'DIES; '
eUadfastly sorer spurred in anT regular: Change horses and. to swallow ODe >any* of'the whit officeholders, but it. each county' the pricllege-of ,:;01 .; . : MWhiskies
carried hasty meal. be rigidly enforced against those having 'dllpeuar.or prohibition.,Un- t ; ,"
service. The Pony: expre* is to ,VARIOUS' O tAD,85' ,
mall between the east and: California Another of the Pony express riders*. 'with dark, skins.BURNING ---.J- '.: den' this act"sixteen counties" .have AN '
Jack. made a run of.340 miles "" / PRICES.Smarr"r
:.. Keetley
(at |5 per half. ounce) tot .bout.two voted 'out thi dispensary., .
another '
toSan'.Fr.ncisco,1.950 In' thirty-one hours and Jim ....
year*. It tan from Independence CORAL IN PUCE OF COAL. CIGARS TOBACCOa
Its time Moore,;:. rode, 280 miles In fourteenhours '. iIGLRS.Law ;. .
mile ah'd forty-six minutes. s.:.. ,..'MISJlSS5IPPI Anti. UND I _, : : c .-:- t': ''
needed $..
was ten day and It never ', .
of the fastest Such men got $100 to$125 per month Blt-....' r..l... Wood at Prohibitive) -. .

eleven.hprse;>> It employed that. -.;cold BOO be found, of and "found..',, Their mall ;wsl limited Prices'U Parts'el ,...., rVopeMXl ft .the BlicH ae W efBoetel Anheuse.
cause: all western'hpraeer 200 station to fifteen pounds.- Postage was, $5 per A' Fort. Worth, dispatch says: Reports .) the SUte C i MKMy. .' : "
keeper and 80 riders. It had .190 *tatlon .. i halt 'ounce for some "time; thea. the from' Eloydada,' Lubbock an! A very thorough kamtnationj ha '' ;;-

*-crowded down the throat of the'' government ordered It cut down'to U staid$1 ether towns': In the-Texas, : ..'. panhandle 'been'given to the Orejive' *.bill, passed ... .> ON.oRAUoMT. ANVaorritui:. ; w .'. j, :

wilderness,' 10 '' completion
more) aparti according" a* water : till the, and wood'at penalty for'Illicit retailtug "' '
'' selling at $25 a ton ; the '
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.rranc'\.co' (Oct. tti BAB "OTtCOW.' 1
.San &- -; IOK ,
-'waa,allowed two egraph> misdemeanor .. ; _
*;chanced minutes to''The change rider' hores.and- ' .mall at 1861), ended'the. ;.life;of this gallantenterprise. \ >to fit bum a cord.corn Farmers...a... they are. can J compelled get, 'DOoth.r I a felony of liquor: and;.It.from.ha*i been.t dwlthout ; -, .... :-ii': ..-. __', M: ,>- -.. :: : ::, : :' . : .

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Pleasures:: and Inconveniences\ \ It and Is that also he maintained was thus restored that\ \ to consequence life; I j I I|I / Every Steucll thing to Made Stencils to Order, Metal. and' W.R'MAKINSON: ;COMPAl

\ : .1' of this tradition that. a skull! Rubber St mp.. Line of regular
," Stencils" ,. Inks; ,. Brushes, Pads etc.. on ; .
;, '. ;<;; v./v-> ; of .a trip to the Mediterranean. Is 1 Melchlzedeks represented: \ below tomb cross also placed''able hand; at all\ times and Linen Individual Markers ", AGENTS FOR ,v rr

the festival Easter linens.
tof iLbe j

a ., '' .BYEDWIN,. S. BENDE-'-- here.crowded'wlth church.During of pilgrims the Holy pf Se'plllob.11 every nationality -] .._ ,.V.wT ..rTw-Orlando. '. , Fla.' Florida l Fertilizer Manufacturing t (Company]

j> I ,:'To, continue our,', trip through the ton of this Is more dlosely connected .nome. that have taken months to. poooaaaCDooooooa? aaogaDCfI' 0''' OF QAINBSVlLLsVLAMakers ,\ .,
I church ot."he Holy I Sepulcher we will! with this psaclous relic than with the i j 1 reach this' holy spot. And the' Dragomen HURrAH FOR :

r begin wbere we left off last week. 'np|>earanco of Christ to-h'ls mother, as well as the consul tell me that OSEr of High
Holy Sepulchre .called 'the aogeli tl\\* site of the house of Joseph twl.onty In.thestreetsthrougliout (M "
r I'it '" ''stTCToere' H'toVro but In the church Itsell\ ) many of All 'K "ds.
Cbfcpel It II 11 feet long and I IIJ'- t. et Arlinathea.. They have a iThoroughly' t

wide, its-waU. are.unuruallytblcLa 'd wjilch: the piltrrlms kiss after ( disorderly scenes/ which certainly produce 1 .,
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'entirely tncrusted with. marble, Inside {lushing It through 11 bule-ln thelauIce a painful impression, , Orange Tree :Fertilizers- Specialty.. :.
and out. 'i nd touchInir the column of scourging r In former times, the Latins Used toI r .
with It and this sijfhtcan bewltnes rf I. ., ,' .. .
In4heaenter ori ---- '-'" --- --
of this chapel flee a I represent the entry of Christ rldlog1 Renovated .-- --

tone jet ID' marble, which is said to. almost any time )frtler JeuvlnR this '.an as/* from Bethphage" ,, 'but ,this was ************* ************************ **+*las+* **
fr be that .which the angel rolled away I chapel, we enter the Latin Sacrist afterwards: done In the fchurch only, New 'Management *
? from.the mouth qf the Sepulchre, and where can be seen the; sword spurs, I palm and olive branches were scattered ; : SUNNY SOUTH' LIYERY STABLE "il
v9''' which and cross of Godfreydeoulllon, the ;
: pa ChrUt afterwards saL Apiece I' about through the-streets! and tothis f -e . ,
of tbia stooe'ie.ald to be built arthenticlty ol which to,' my mind Is very day the Latins send.t.o Gara'" We.8erve the best meals i . -
wt into the aliar-on, place of cruclflxlon. far! from /genuine. They are- never I I for tlieir"paIrabranches! which ai i-e'' ; .. \ "" JT- -M- .
touched, exoepy!" tne cereuiouy 01 rpceivlDgknighU '!- I I ; Palm' and-- Clean, comfortable beds,. ,
AS early as the 4thcentury such I cunhccrated on Sunday, Livery Sale
't',' a Itue U I spoken 'of as h'avjnglan( in into the order of the I I dlstrih.uted'among the people. 'On Elegant service,. careful: | J : \ :

front of the sepulchre, but-the stone Sepulchre, which hasbeen In existence Holy Thursday they celebrate a grand attention' is given to all. ; __ .

w= appear to have been changed; mole Ever since .the time of the crusaders. i j mass by walking: In procession around 'The Ideal home for travelers -Feed Stable
from'the door I Iof i ft'f. I
than in course r immediately across ; !
once the of the followin I i the SepuHjhrej; after which the 'wash* I:
and tourists. Reason-
1 ); ceoturle.,''aDd different fragment the Sepulchre llitlte 'large arch of lug. of f'tl' takes place at the done. ....,. -.1_'___. - -" J. .
i are sometimes mentioned. ItJ; this the Emper under which is the The Greeks also perform the washing able rates. Come and :. J.W." MILLER PROPRIETOR '.. ..

''n3i, 'chfpel are. fifteen lamps which ' entrance to the church of the CrusaOers of the It' but. their festival'! : does not investigate.W. t

tt; conlloualy burning, five belonging to (and the church of the'churches,UolvSepull'hl'C fall upon the same day. j flGENTS.\( STflNDflRD OIL tOMr NY. ;}

the Greeks, Ore to the Latins four toy 1 !, contains many" Perhaps one- of the most disgraceful A. KALLENBERGER, ,
the Armenians, aud one to the Couo.f . uiider one roof. ) This 'c1! rcb Is scenes, is the so called miracle, pf PROPRIETOR. : Broadway, Opposite Postofflce.J! i
120' according to .. .
about feet in lengbth : .
Through low dour which '
a to enter 1
the "Holy Fire" In which: the' Latin!
one tradition.thi l 'bulldlnjl was erected :Florida, '
is obliged to stoop down, we pails 'participated down to the ICth century. lOOOOOOOOC OOOOOOOOOOOOOO'lolm : \
r Into the Chapel of the Sepulchre, above the garden of Joseph of Arima- .but which has since been managed b.y 1

': properly so'ealled'wbich is only 01to rhea Between. the entrance and the the Greeks, alone. On thin. occasion White & Co. i ph.on 102. All iisi4 q :? 11
h d choir Is shown a sort of a cup contlilllioll : '
,feet long, and 0 feet wide, and holdIng admitted all LOUISVILLE. KT. b
are to thei
a ball, covered with net work, strangers / erIplI. a..wrs.a fur :...... . ................ .j
t .,, \,1 not more than three or lour per* i Khali! llakln was -told thai the w.a..... t $ *. .. ..!. .............
the of =.....
'r sobs at once. which Is said to occupy "t'uler .
priest used to besmear the wire by .'- -- -
From'the, selling,' which is quite the world, this is a fable of very FURSand ---- --
which the lamp was suspended over J';
lofty and provided with a sort of chitu- early origin. the oil Hides. Et . ,
sepulchre with.resinous/ ana to M : r t x
r } are suspended We now vUit[ the Cath'olihoo, herewe =:.:.. L
ney forty-three precious i .set it afire from the roof. This wild''!I .
,r !lamps; which are also kept cdnt and twpppses which belonged lo __ 0 I Iat ,

t UOUa.ll' burning, four of which belong the old choir of the lcy.oolsx.Thecnewd! scene begins(which on is Good immense Frld ) NOTICE IVTAYNARD LUMBER .Co. i

,' ti to the Copts. while the balance of them tweeu the apses ale places for
paeans the nigt,t In the church In '
The ant Is called the chapel of order --- e
\ are.equally divided between the other apse I
to secure! places. The fnllowlnic named <'.''nii h. IH.>.. I
in ve UMrlclivu
three sects. In the of the wall St. Longlnus-whose, name is mentioned Ii IiI
center iruin the KcNlilrtlnn Ihi' Inor the Saw '
'to't.b'e north is.a relief in while marble in the 5th century for the first time On each eve about t tt p. m. a procession Uih, Jr of O. U>IHT. A. V HUt: ) and Planing Mils' 1
was the soldier who pierced Jt-sus's ot clergy moves around the fUkCINOT:; SO. I.
representing the' Savior raising .
r ai I
t from the tomb/ This relief was' put side, he had been blind in one eye, sepulchre; s.ome members of the higher 'lierarrJC Aultman. SB Mr.Armntronf..ut, J M A C . Now In o ,eration. t!oinplete IIounev Dills Furnished.

, ;' '* thereby the Greeks, that on the right but when some of the water and blood orders of the priesthood enter the layout HoriiUKtm:: u(, H w A Haa Hr **w.n.K K A EKn. Yellow and Pitch fine Timber and Lumber of all Kinds.
i the spurted into his blind eye It recovered chapel of the sepulchre while, the ,, ..ll, K M Hvil. < f
to Armenians and that left
qi! on.the "priests the i j buavl, J F' Ciriitfn J NTaldwrli ORDERS P'IIrI.E2: PROMP'T:=:.JY.
prjiy- people are in the utmost i
he and
,to. the Lallans. e I Its sight, thereupon repented i OB F mure, VimKairvlulli
p,' On became a Christian. suspense; Then the fire I which |I w K "'--">TIr.. u f ;
the inside of the door is an 'in- Uiirrty. rt I' tlallurr. Joe MAYNARD LUMBER Co. .
:Ascription In Greek,'the translation- !Tee chapel!>l belongs? to- the .Greeks,' has come down_from! [Heaven j jv ah.-.J j I UrlUlu./ Wra M ual'I..k J_ 'V ._ '\
m .' which iSt'Lord remember thy servant *and when the Latins pass it they donot eel through a window of the Sepulchre Hiuki.Hooter,K N:
the,imperial) builder" ," Kalfa Kom- atop nor do they believe in .Its and then follows an almost Ilidellc'rlbable |I 1 i Kirklaud KirkiKu.1., E MIIIU A Ijtrluiuro Mu-ely, J r. jt

i nenps'of Mltylene 1810, ((111 1808 this sanctity. tumult every one endeavoring to '!: Mvw-ly. W M Mrkh: .in. J B ----
1P Vfe 00. -enUtr -4he chapel of St. be the first to his In'l, Millar, N Mct.'urr: e. A V
church was almost.entirely dUtroyed get taper lighted, I Nvlnon. JV Peeler. O C'
P )' by pre and the.:dome of1' the church Helena and d cend a number of steps a. few seconds the whole\ church Is 11- 'I folk.Kerr ML Jr.o, .I***.e..undo.. A J K J
fell Into.the chapel of'the 1 011"Sepul-lcbr lo what Is properly the chapel 1 pf finding / luminated. This they tell me never Wlhl.... J li W UT.. D Always Remember the Full Namt]

? $fc )r, On tbt,'north side of the cbap- of the';cross, and It is really a happens without fighting, and many 'I W!, W D PUKGIKCT,Yalri No, ;fs 2.J . .

I .,+' el'to' the right ?f the entrance. ;,t.tbemarble cavern la the-,rock, about 30 feet long accident occur owing to the cru- h. O\'eBI.e"l, ia, W Quinint.
,tomb too ,. and almost as wide, and about 1(3'feet The sacred Ore i's carried home by the 1'RECINCT N4: 8.Wnv Laxative Rromo

The shelf covered'wltb marble'' is high; "he /door being paved) with"ton pilgrims It Is supposed that this fire HroniHMi Uevl..Wa! Uri In",.... J UeoT M, Jr

b 'about five feet long and'two feet wide, The place on the"rlght belongs lo the wyi jot burn human.belngs. and many Lock, N J) eehuefd.r. J Q
and 3 feet'hlgh, Masa, ia '.ai4.< here Greeks and here.18.a marble slab in !pf f the faithful allow the fame-tu' play PRECINCT. ;: KO. 4 '. Cures Cold in One. Day, Grip in Two.
rr1 Jble! A A smith R W
1, t dally The split marble'slab'covering which Is a cross beautifully inlaid, upon their naked chests or other part. Wtolle, U II. WbtuWaPRECINCT .....- .
4 > the tombtletuaeda.] :an ,.altar.,0Tbe on the left ls"aa altar.for' the Latins', .of their bodies, ((add then apply i. presume 0.,4.., eLanietJ

fsJ1tf-*,' ;<"';,_.lab being' -worn: hollow! by being kiss.p' which'w' ::: 'aa'. pr.eented'by'Archduke;; : Perry.Davl.'a' Pain Killeryorsurnethie'g Neula., R I wi II'g t i: )' l-nlcrjB BliumouN; ,If J U ';' -- t8. oa BOft. 25e.A .
; .' ;'[ ed4!.The character'of Vbrlst'sirTomli.+, FerdinaoJ Maxiu'tllam'/ofAustria( of that sort:/';.:r e:spectaltors aer.1 W It Kteven.uu. LA I .

. :ti- "$; *$;!' U spokebAif..,In Sr..Luk 23; chap';i 63 1,87'ft1"f'i'.M't"t WIf': !\!Y't3\ 'I4w!' ).-\"I,\:,,'eM.L"';!f 1',,!lAVfR.: 1' dti'nutsppear;; ?;*'.o ',. theysayjgtotake t'[l. PRECL."CT Wlre.1I JlQ ut dGatwtu T,

r \]'': j ' Terse/" ,;/ ";? /, '.' 'V-i-\ ,yt p.. ,/''' ."\''Vy* now ascend the'slept .and"'turn 'any"Warning'from I / / :t.he" ., II I,4ab>p7 Ti.'TbwmaiThomiM 'ar

; ?f ,t 'IA.i.ombbewu In1 the rock wherein .to the'let'and enter tbe Chapel of the catashrophe of }'8a1, upon which occasion ,- .- ? .. W A..v

.never'man.'before- + : was laid.!" Derision; or of the Crowning' ofThorns there were Dearly 6000 persons Aldermen..1A' PRECINCT Aldertdtn No. 'I., Hiram ,, r
Originally Sepulchral Grotto Is this chapel' 1.1.0'beluoga' 'to In the church wheh a riot suddenly Brawer John C",uI'bell, A et' Y
N' .i3sld'tNhnpe'' been h fe,:aDd 'a.:.cavity the'Greek's. nearly In'thcmiddle stands broke out. The Turkish guards think IIIIIIard W 1".J IIHlllUrd Fa.Mrlt...P..T, W A "

hewn in the rock: is mentioned at a an alter of box like shape which contains ing they were attacked used their weapons Morgan,,IeeMcKluner A U )J.miiu. ArcblelcKmuey l' Hlr Painless Cure of Curable Pain .

b -- ; i. later>period.. -Of cruse we must plot the so called Column of Der!. 'against! the pilgrims and In. the ; RO. ..."' (,, F8rKauliTx ,
' 1- .slon. This relic which Is''first mentioned shuffle which followed 1._..... W F, Jr >u, Nu.l, Jr
than 300
uretOoureevest"clrtly'bolowedou') ) t more Undarhill, Wn Never yourself to. suffer pain. Women's'pains
), to'rectlvfc the-body and .arched over, In 1384 has passed through pilgrims weco; killed. f PRECINCT 'O. 8.Burnbam. resin the
are They are sign'of dangerous
many-hands and R Il.rt, JM
' there howeyer.'tte wbl,1e1.! sUrfaca, was While thej-e are many many- more flbnuu ibouu lA-."-r. J W | .conditions of the female which should be
tt over!Is 14 !with.marble as far bacit! as not on!j Its,color but Its :slze since things/ to see1 In the.chu.rch-. he Holy Muruhjr" A / Tupi.lnKrank E organs,. .
*- 1lhe'jSid"dli; ftires/ knd U would requireI then life_DOW a'Ugh grey'.k>ne aboutooe Sepulchre, we. leave it and return 'totJ1I" Th.. Board of CViuutr. Contmlulooen, .. will promptly attended-to or dangerous results will follow;
,, . mevtoii the Uo.J J A. 1
d-jr ol
Monday ; >
uiu rr
."': veryatefulexaminatlowio foot I IQ'b.To'Lhe'tlghL.-- I-, ,-- ,, .. :.., .
j .a!0 - : hotel-lt ot.h1 nrlla1JlWDr"ftfl ;1It"" 'at-10 m i a.v.ore.erprr.4Ki" who b. ; , '
f: whether orno.a rock tomb ever really of tLls chapelts. a staircase week 'we will goto theMhof Gllvwar< Men order wrongfully v' tae irlukfi Ituard.Ir .) from.s.ld lid.By : .

existed here \Ve l leave the 'Holy which leads us to live, chapel onGulatba the garden of Gethsemane "and very "SAtr K t. ;ooh: rierk.I '
.. I i By W. K. ,oI(, 11, -C.
t" ,Stphlchrenow-and! proceed to, ,.make a : or I.It.CalvaryThe pave- likely to Rothlahem. ,a I January II\, 1V&.. -
:;clrcult of !therotunda. { ,_.aod, the ""dark; mont of these chapels lies about 16 a. IneofarddlIT
... :'recesses around It, We first enter the feet above the'level' of the -cbfiroh--'ofthe'Sepulchre. --- ':
-'plao'chapel The .which wail OCCGQOC ty0tY00R)OOCOOOOCOOOODOOOOOC 300000 :S
) : er the eyriane or Jacob- spot :
r )Her et'the backof which is an old supposed to be Mt.. Calvary ( and per- _

*- '.. A 3i ur"lead baps! 11. .thQ .a that_ wbich l
-a'Der < > out of-this chapel !alA ,now, MAKINSON ' ,
4 to the left towards'the souUirthrough. bears the name) was enclpsed In Con- w.B.. -GO.; - - r COMES TO..WOMAN'S-RELIEF''whenever I

d' a. very short and narrow passage tantlnes Basilica of the 7th century. she i
and uffers from any of woman's biting arid weakening pains.: I
'down >ten ortwo: Into a rocky ohaoi The nr.t chapel on the north side U It not only the ,
: DEALERS IN compels pains to stop, but I If follows up and drives out
: ''ber, 'Wear the walls can be seen two the Chapel of the liaising of the Cross. the t cause of the pains, which prevents them from coming back. j
e 'sunkeq:toiqbs' one of which 'is per Ik belongs' the Greeks'! : In the eastern I. It makes"you well ,
', hapsZ\ find the other slightly longer; apse Is shown"ap 'opening lined I'' Try 1L \

-5 ,and oih.about three feet 'deep. They with sllyer,3wberethiscrossIs said to Sold everywhere In $1.00 bottles .

,were probably tiDed for the jeceptloDof have bee :Inserted in the took The -
bones.In the rock: to the 81 bt'of the crosses of the thieves is HARDWARE [ .. WBIR: US A.LETTER "wrraooT A PAIN,"
south are traces of ".bate-wmbe" 5J I also shown In the corners of the altar freely snd frankly liT strictest confide writes Mart.Shelton, of Poplar1'
feet .long about 2 feet wide and 21 feetdeep.r space each .about five fee from the ,,snc, teUlnj us all your symptom and Bluff, Mo. I c.n: do my houset>rk?
; file i } troubles;; We will Mild free advice although, before taking CARDUI two
tradition Eyer'since .16th century, cross of Christ;, a short dltaneefrom , ; (In plain sealed envelope. ), how to doctors had done me no good. I can i I
has plaoed the tombs of which: is thti famous cleft in. the route: -- ------ - - - cure Item, Address: Ladles' Advisory truthfully My I was cured by'f Cardul
,a ?.. \e-l- Joseph of ;'Arimat'hea e' and .Nlcodemus : (Matt 27th chap l'verse'now) covered --- - Dept.. Thi Chattanooga' ; Medicine Co., I want every Buffering lady to knew of.
: II [)here, and researches have certainlyehokn with a brass slide, under which isa Chattanooga, eDA. this wcnderful medfdneATLANTIC ."'
r'' 'ancient Jewish tombs 'here. I grating 'of bra.. also 'the
..when slide EVERYTHING NEW
UeturorDg to i
rotunda we turn to I Is pushed 'aside, a cleft or crack about ; .

b .the' berth Into an antl-c ..mber leading sU'inches! In depih"only-can be seen: ---. .'
to the chapel. of the apparition. Tradltion i The cleft U said - -
; to reach to the ceo t
also : LINE ;
as the ter of the earth. '
1 tr identical spot- where Jesus appeared to The .apef Saddles . Harness '
? belongs to-the
Iv.. Mary Magdalenv; (John" 20 chap. 14-15 Latins, as does the altar of the "Sta lit. THE THROUGH CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA I?

r' ... .Terseei"' The'spot. on:;which .Christ. i". ( It was ontbe,spot where Mary i ; C

.stood:indicatedby: ,atm i bj J ring ini I,lt is said received the body' of. Christ Stoves, Crockery OONNBOTIONI.

,.i the center, a04wher: Mary'jood} by., on the decent from the cross) Christ is "
1';..ra.. 'j another, ring, near: the no'rtb. ' from said to have been nailed to the cros*' Tinware To its own Rails to Savannah. Charleston;'

f', ;'the cbam be.h. ., . .* . '",' here. The spot is''lodlcated-by pieces , -. Glass. the. Eastl' Richmond and Washington, thence Via': penn1-

-. W? now ascend by tour stepsto the of marble let Into''the pavement; and : aylvania Railway;' ; . if:

:1'.,. -t; ?' ; 'chapel"of the"apparition; d>Ung .,..fromiiv ail altarp'a.lnt.ln&: represents the scene. I PaintsOils] ffo7Westl. (Montgomery' : ) and Louls'vllle 'Nashville:
p > \\v ;L1e'ltlth century t is contains the ;
; ; : :The; ,Chapel:jet-Agony .belonging to : and Dlxfe '' Route"
,S,.;Ig.'w-'prioolpacbapelat' which the :?"- FlVer Via Atlanta Jg
: ; thetatlni is also ; iViiitors :
rl soen.
} are : "
.1 To- Via Savannah te lor
"l.1.':1" r.J"; wo..hlp. . .. Y allowed to look Into !this chapel only : Wlndow'shad'e: s Matting and : .s as t New York, Philadelphia 'apd Steamship, '.Boston ,.via Norfolku
the ;
.1,,;1: ;,''.w"' : There' 1* legend which' relate. that'I, through a 'grating froth$t. Calvary.We I ; ,, Steamer to New :York,. 'Washington and Baltimore 3
.j ( Christ ';appeared here to his mother again decend the ttairoase. we I Ilod.tbe .' via Savannah and Merohana aDdI.Uoer.,,mWttSl, .1
.'." After:. the. theresorrectlon.. Immediately Chapel qf the Nanii a' to Abe Farming,; "Implements= Via Steamsblat.1on. Co.; for Baltimore and Philadelphia..,, J

: +.l.CJ tatbarJiTb olb 'entr aDoe" --tbe' -.1- Cross'aud the ralldng'of the Cross .. \ .. . Key* ..West, arid ','VI ?Peninsular& Occidental Stearnehip( .

I", .. se.; behind which) fragment' of the and under the latter .. the Chapel,, of .,. .' : '- Havana.. ', ,Company.Tge . ,;: ,":
'-a1 Inf&o; of the is preserved Adam belonging :
, } to the Greeks.Thero .- .
'' ia. lttkd niche In. ha ,but ;Into .Agents for the, PITTSBURGH Roale 01 the celebrated train. t.w Terk '. T 1or14a ..,.ol.l.. !fetid.and West 1.1
V4 wall is traditional J, ;wblchy _was ? ( STEEL. lNC[ Um-- ,Chicago 1& 'Jol'lda t4ato d. a.4.Dial" nsr. 'II. w ituicltest
i- __, see""woeetrilJllgbt'" ; .:'c'anwhfch I lDucb.:doubted at an;early .: period .It Uu .
: ". . ( 1:;,!a';r'' \!al 1.jf: I I'I'k. relates. that, :Adam 'was burned here, 4, : Get prlceS.'befoe: ( $chedules, .SU ncft; Servicc.r'e : ,
I." Og" .., ptlof 3eeY;= Eat I ;titf blood l ( CbrlRta'ovied through : opyur ::buying'elsewliere.( I e t'1AuW.14;- .
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