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: February 2, 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: VID00214
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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A U Death, of, Prof :Belton. Osceola CountyOverwhelmingly ' '
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'. ... Elopement.' ,Wit/I.m/ Henry 13elt.oQ was born atWaynesboro ,'DryTb. I -- I I

8. C. March 1, 1844 and "A'ND' WiNrERa QbOD.S'I'
f. C1uis.,, Han Forsakea WIt- ant died a.:Wahoo Fla..1ID. 25. 1906. 1
Wets Ala. V.ller 'bY' "
Child 0a4 It... Away w.n Ii'.b, sowed' '. '
t 1874rtu jisu Eudoramarried 'who rrrveeMirM.w.
. .., a Y, to ....r'ly' Two 10to '
HI. P"'U1; 81.t..I..taw; with two ..claulhlera. Julia ..El1..betb .
aDd' Agnes Ruth and Oat.. : Stock .. .
:' ODe eon. .lobo Largest
:For months it. .
some put p.reDtI '
Henry survives him. Tbi ..I8Otloo bere'
Wet and held
t and rel"L .' of.Ma.. .Viol's' Oodwlo, A' great .warm' and devoted

'.! a Pret.t.110uDlllad, of 21. who lived friends throughout the state will be yesterday. resulted ID an oerwbe\m. : '.tJ .

with br:.". "".U....:. .ni.1I post' arlaed IQ le..rn-O' their sad bereave: log' vktory fur the Drys. the_ vote In 'Latest. ;Stdes tiI
men& this
precinct standing 151 dry .and 89
(' Clftoe about. forty miler! south of ihhplsoeoo Mr. Belton'united: with Episcopal wet.. :

: thsKt.stiamee, River. hart church ID 1872 and "Ludled two worked faith
Wblle"'bo .b sides 'ully
'.r.( tboullh\ the attmtIOoa paid her by betbrother yeah fo," the mlelsiry. "'ID 1886 be became Lowest Paces r

.in,law "'mt'mbe Of the Baptist church throughout the campaign bitterN ,
. Cbal, Hart 0' FortsMerde .
and was a life DI'.It.hful Cbrt.Nan. ness of 'eeUtlif which. usualij ob..o.terlte. : lit '
war e entirely too
be altogether bl'o'bel'l'f'aDd strenuous for this 40 Mr. Oelt.oD l'O.Ludied law and iycbelections, wasoonspicuousby ,, CONSISTENT; 'WiTH ,FRESH'' HONESTGOODS. :
we. admitted the but .tie
reason have 'ourh" to keep 1.hem. t.Q bar lltewurk Its''absenoe and the best 0' good .
... w. &e&l"hlnJf In'' which be was humor b... been maintained 'thl'Oullb-
much .
apart a. psslble.That . ,
engaged for 'bln.a" ,e.rl. He was W. unable to llt"eLb. ,
they were right In their sun OUL.. are aryet .-- '--->-- -- ..
ar." PreoePler and then Prinolp.l 0' -- -- .. : : :
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,ml... was fully proveu In this clty the East Florida //irl1ret1 for the county; as .ome' 0' the -r--- r'p ; .
Seminar" 1n Gaines.v4Ue "
precincts have not heeD beard from:
la.t Monday wheDbe couple left '
Oil and then teacher la the "
common Bu' with fire precinotiKiedmmee.Shingle -
the midnight trsto for utknownleavfngthe : !
aged mother parts uf. the'gI r his.ohuols until. H.wlLbID three weeks of Creek,Campbell Pegborn; .andNaroooieeein'the' : : :

heartbroken La&D a
the IObQol bo..rd..nd clerk of the. dire, gave; drlImajorities, with the exception ;
0' n'ID'l.w.l..nd- r
tlfr ireretrievable
perfidy cult Court II\. IIAlacbu.county, 0' Narcoossee.vbere the, vote was atie. . \ .
ruin and '
degradac.loD 01 His end came .uddeDly He was ; :' ;
and Crabgrass -
Whittler Basinger -
bel' : r' ... : < : ;
daughter." appointed to lead prayer meeting 111bl. precincts t.o be heard : ,. ,. ,
Mrs; 00dW10 sad her daughter;who church and was just about t.o 'be. from and It II" coned that tbey will .. 'I' ...- .'I'y'\ ;II' " . "... ." .
h..d beea '''llItlpl( ID Tamp..oame up gin the servtuewhen bel.... stricken incyease the dry majority enough to ," ,, :\ II' : \ \ . ,' J" ,'. .. I

\0 KI..lmmee 00 t.h.QooD trslo ez.pecting with heart failure aDd died an les.than make the vote at least two to one In' .'. '. ::-\ ., ', "' ;" ;' '-. I ? 'r .,,'.'.-. . .' '," <, ,-I' "f,
t.o le..b' steamer t.betl'home '/ ,' '" , '." '
01'I IIte mIDuLeI., of the 1 \ .. 'I'. . .r .
I H favor Drl'. ; . } + o .". > ,'" ',' '
; j"t, of
Ute wornlog.'They .. . ; "h
at j' : 'He was burled aa:IDdiaD' Bill and ," ..,. ., ,,' ". .. ", :" ',.. 'r'" ',.. I ,
stopped st the Park hotel .nd Uart. the tuners! services were. bold In. the The 'W'omel1's Home' Mission ,- '.- "(,;,:', ,'""" Oui : entire dine' \ ,} '" ', r.'. >': ;r. '..I.. '

who w. here that dsy met .up with Waboo Beptistoburchon8unday. .laD' I 0... < "
tbem. M...." Godwin, IrDol"\nll') the'. 28'..".... ;' i I '' .- : :,1.
d. -
: Church '
between the Society otthe M..E.: ; ,. insGoods : .
feeling two A Friend.WH11y'IER. .. ... ,""r ,
what mlJrht happen: yeas sized with r.troke The W OIDt'D'. 'home Missionary 1 .. ... . '"
f h..rt..Uu.. aDd came .Dear ., ',at 'reduced. .N.., ;t
-of the 11. Eo, .Church: South ( ;.
dylOIl 'a. a re.ul" D.. 'Ricks was Soclpt "" ' -
called 10\0 .tteod t.b ..uferIDIl l.d, (The north-weiter which played such at sstmmee consists 01 'a"'ul ;. : y
$ k ,"S' .
and stayed with her oatil ..bou11 0'. havoc ID Chicago and other places" liD. bad. 0' LweDt..U ve., .' ft. ft' '. price's, to, II\ e '. : -: ,; : ,

clock when she eeemed to be somewhat the. great west IIwep\. down upon our l'hjs cause "and. for the uplift, 'of -- '.

bet.ter., tike: kept her trouble 1.Q devoted city 1.." ,'IDda1i'; but we Iouolc the poor and aeed 1,'..nd forthe. des _, '/::: ,: rroomforourbiglinE :' ,: .:

herself, however. sod no ODe about It In. warmed .it with the smiling raycof truotton 0' nf'rtblnll that II evil ,and ,; .
, our ijorl j sun. t.buroualbly In : 'of Spring" G ods'fQ = .'
the hotel had any suspicion. t.Q the hurtful to the people. :Though t> .
real .tatur 0' T.Iri. "on LII bad humor cud sent It number this little band accomplishes, : :

A little after 11 o'olock everyone ale 0" IL' way, humbled and 'repintugr Itcaused much good and we have only to 'look:' , .... .... ';.k." :- our 'new, building!if; "f " ,, -',": ;. f'ft&

about the house -et.lred"leluloll Bart 11. a tow shskgs: add some cold' about u. t.o see the effect 0' theIr DobleefJ.on. , ,, ,\/ ,--' ".'., , ; ; I .:" .' .' ' I ti.Ft .
lingers and toes'to accomplish this .. '. I. ." ",1,.." " ', ; i4 .\ .' .:." !I.w I.\\ \,,_
and Mies Viola up :\fltb the < ... ... .,. "
afflicted lady supposedly 10 minister desirable end. but with IU important ,Lan ,e .. 2006 Chinese were admit.-', . : 'I.,<" : .,, >'..,' ,, .',.',,' . ,'I., "
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aD e"en as '-bel wet aDd dry election the UDlled St.ate.., Thus we < 'r. '" .r ,. ''" , ',
\0 her .vante urlalr the ula-bL:t : ., ted to see "; 'I, 1",,'" ", ," ., .' , .L'.-" , ',I'" ,
Iou look 'ul".l'd t.o the uDterrlaed were I "
Gardner oflLbt'Park .n ever IDCIoe..IDI' oppnrtuatty t.o "' .... '
Mr. proprietor
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'". not easily dl.oouraged... reach and lead Into the 1111'11"be... .: : _.. \e .- .. ,, '
Bou.e "Dd' bl. family. IlpOa arising . : ,. .I,' 'h.- ,'"..
Tuesday tnorning found Mr. Godwin Citizen 'A. C.' B... I. 'building anew .oul. through our Home NI"lo"ecbool.'ClLl /, ':, :a" I ,... ,

up trod dressed And ready t.O take the sure housoo; Broadway," MoUlellan ..' '1IIII1Ion. and deacon '" 1, : .
t "
the boat for home and I' was then has recently ,erected a newdwelling e..... \ I ',." 1:1. 'M"P.. I :. "
1' she told her p'tlfulI.or1' ; her mot.ber' house on the same prolD4luade. 'Since Lbe 'office 0' deaconess :was ,.' : .FA'N' '
beurt still yearning for her wayward L. Bass contemplates, having' crested bl the general conference of ,> '

daughter. and full, 0' bhterne.a towsrd an imposing residence 10 the lmmedlate 1002, fourteen young women have set : : Successor to Wann.r. 'V: Jt WARINO; : s ; '.
the scoundrel who bad lured bel'o.ber .leIDI\I. apart for tbeodlce, and nine mure'are Goods '' I ; { '
.Cod ,Man&a'
candidates for consecration at the ,, "
,\ 'Just l'ulD.before Lhe"mlclnllfbtraID, 'ara 'fbll.Iot"'olutel"p1dI1'grouped accumulating removes popula.lion some Womao' .,Home .,...U..loa. ,Board, 'atAshvtlie r k c' 'C' 'f -. "

"the4 they bad bade her goodbye! w'iyttbe lIuburbaal.Q, appearance 01 ID. April. ,
against her bel pie.. remon.tranoee our metropolis aryl makes l' less plat.uresque There.. many W'.. ". tD which work. ...,.. ::-: ,
.A.0 bar
&elltol her they were only '{11.010' to before but as beauty deaconess may telp., of ( nTTTTn7tT1TnTnTTTTT1TTTTTTTTTntin"rrt
1n Honor. Miss'Bryaa.
s. Orlando and would .be;'back la the must give way foo.aore..e,:. .I suppose the dl'IClpllae' .ay., 'Iill'mlDlner'duties 0''the adeacoues .. I iTITn nw . .

mom I nil'. And I" further keep ap the w. mu... 're.I&'Dedll' submit 'to any : shall the be t.o sick t.o for Miss M..rr..rlit"Dran. who 1I.I.It.-: FAR'C ': .
and "bell" un. which rapidly Increasing poor, care for provide ,
deception,' accomplish oh..ntf811 our the 'lorru.ID -tlrll flies Douglasswas 'b, lovelyguest '
of out Cf tbt SLate numbers c..11 for. the orphans, cqmfo. :
d..l..s jleu.lnll
holy seek the w"IIderloll''. save the''sinnin' of bOO9.I' ..a..a pretty>...rtY.lllveDfrld. I: '
before 1oM1 could be stopped, they did "Drawd; has. been bUll during
all oLber pur.uh' GoodsClotjiidg: ,
and relinquishing : .
afternoon 'Xen. Dry,
.. by.Mlss Mary
atop JD Orlando and the girl "pboned the past week completing repairs OQble devote herself totheeandother forms .' r :
Clay' Johnson of'Lbe' eeamer buu.'rebulldlnll of' it, .aia C..lbOUD., ..... '
Cant a portion .
cbl'lnl.o 11'001' B. ,she not abroad .. .
of .
== ;,101 .
r' 3'
Lithe that tbeyi bad missed the earlymorning down' old oblmDe,. b..Ylng wall ttve handed '
tearing ; field In whlcb to work for. the Tbegfame played' : .
( tr.tnt would be down od built ID a.heil' place. anqmaklmg'such tables 9 s Ls< tjie_'; ,
sad asked him' IQ new ones '! Mastery She lit Indeed. servant of euchre. tbere' being six The ; a .
the afternoon train other preparations aswillerablehlm .' ,
: and is nur. teacher.evngelist picture woo ,
the church bead a lovely '" .i'
,tell her mother t.o well ui"U she came.Capt. \0 begin this ,,,... ,'sub-pe.torrescue worker bl M.....cod.olat.ion . :_:;:: ,I v.-.- ,1 ." .t\"' ..

Johnson delivered the message crop with a comfortable and Oummoi4itlus orphanage worker. prisoners aid, antiall and the ,. a tley orate ,of -: ,, ',' 'TOr. "
.oca; ai.the steamer: LUlie had yc 11'0OUOD dwelUnll for himself aDd 'a.nlll.Tbl' this In the foreign weU.-ID, the oranges b1 Miss Lola H..rdee. :::= oJ

bel' regular run told Air. Goo. rifle iod'shut lrllO dl.I.loD dl. ,home field.1t Delightful ...,....blDeD'". 'conaistinof (
win the could wait,' and he wOllld have ''contlDl1ed'opel'a"lon.' .'. during' the takes two"' ,e"... of preparation oyster salad, Saratoga chip.;' ..It.I-l ldes.

his other steamer.the I\o.e..d. carry severe weather! .of the past week but a orits equivalent, before .1.' deaouo.... olives aDd colfee"werct .served : I: .K A NNrR"t'O

them down borne the ben morDIDa: ''determined adyarc5c1'will ba uadewhenolimatio i'eoel"e..a dtploma aDd assumes the', Miss jiryan. who 'I. "D unusually. I

This the d'relled lady 'ller\1, co041Llonl become ..ultabie.JoboReau'fnd responsibilities ofheroAoe; .Thecom. attractive girl looked extremely 'well . - .. ," .... ...
aareed t.o do..ud ,I waited kll day Will Drady'lied ". .I. peo."loo" very small, but her real 10 gown of blue radium silk llmroed"; .1.
,boplnl'-hefo la the W6Jw.I'd.attet noo:;:.d,,"ullbtel'and, Ilo would bomB oueon tiaturday: last 10 suarch of rewerd 1. In the ,hnuwledge':. Lb..hetl.coworker'with with cream.lace' and gold brsld.madeprincess. i1; 1' ti ''Leaders In, LodPric '8 sia'Qheadlnfrtera .
return reach the doing the Mute, """lilt .a : o
but the deer failed to '
\t.b her DeS" morolubut she "was I&.me. 1. aoharIqing hostess. L1rClotlin' '
Ood. Calhoun It1 'Il
unNmePqno: meeting : Miss == j
,',Th fat's appointed .polo ,. ;
be' dtt.ppoiDLed the
destined to -;'!" Now a. never'before In history; and the affair was one or the most deg -
., &erDOOa train came; but nB" Vloh ; the. .was beld boo1c\ line brlKadeh. or the ohurob. pastors, city .mlpsiun, IIlrht.fu ;(nf the l 8PEOtA1.,8A1.E8. w"t t ti ''
e..enlnai'v.ln; came and the re.ul' w. The pole, \ bo..rd.'and' rescue homes are e.rne.t.- ,. ;
'theeawe.J !was then the pOOl" lady ..,. not yet', resumed active .eu'I. fur.Lr.IDed women t.O help\.I'.,..-- i \ '"'

gave up all bo anJ, ,was Inconsolable but contemplate r.Uylog. ,10 force at If In pleading Lbewl'd' work,. and so few''are 'To Care i Cold Ia'' Ore, ,>ay a? Satbrday ;and M. F. ;

iombjuture lwe. Tablets .
10 her despair.It I ready to .pond. Through the Scar: Take Laxative Bromo Qul'oIDe'

< wde later tear tb&t"t.he';' atnor.owe .. Tbo.Qra ke' grove connected wlt.b vit6 BIble and Training School .,," AU druggists re'lUIci.hemoDe. 1 iilfll3UUiutUUltlLULUUl1UItUlllii1U t li iLUil1U i lOW T

coupl..le' Orl.n lo..on "be'norLh- our camp ooptinues to buld'lu 'ruta. Kansas City the church: stands ready 11 it falls too ourea E..,W. Oro..' '. .1g. .. ttit 1 .1 .. ..
bound train Tuesday. sinoewblch- time .The patrlsrcb.with his trusted RI vers'Is \\-0 Kin the needed 'ralnlnll nature 11 00 each bo:..', :50. U '

they have notan beard l tern.". rapidly removing all of structlonsto In theotttes the nurse deaconesses I ', ;:.. .. .

Airs. Godwin left for her bo 'alone Ib.l'.pld growth; of h. ueel. ,. are doing a'most"noble work. Notlong '. UQb RI.awoalll' p g0''Tq: THE \. '..:-':@ ,.

on the steamer ilo.ead r.VedA' da" i -.The'ezcessive'acavity' In lobe real since, a. .one was returning home D. :: Wlnioi K,.. writes. . '.,
.. T'Luoae '
+; ;
morning, market bah had a tendency to .L the olo..of a 'day's work 'ID' hr! 1002 !Fol' lb to 12 ', '
father the estate April 2o'i, ;
M E Godwin"' 01 ( mission district<< she heard a' ,child'svoice :
r. A the its
girl, a. ,oDe''; wealtble.t'oattlesmen.of ate prices .somewhat but wsrranl from the other side of the street, bad been afflicted with itching a malady KISS MME'E LIVERY :FBBD and SALB-STABLE: \
and bra ore growth uf our city, It.w'' little known 1.1 the 'itcb" The W. .
thaXlssi looklDIlUP she a ;, ,
aDd upon 1 : ;
ice than h.bel'ewfore.. unbearable bad tried 'or years Iii' .
t.e---- better most ;
a beautiful } ' [ ; ,r girl nine years old who :said; 'good find relit having tried all re oedles01r .W..' ROP.IET9R.. ., "
Hart, the .1U1a.o la the case, marri.I .p..ld. I evening ladv. .I..wou. tberlady'tha'doctored to that one J: ('i'
state"ofioscttvity doctor. 1 wish t.Q state '
ed MI' GodwlD" eldest daughter by Our ...w'm 1J'been'lo. I AUDt, TAzzie" last .winteryMamtna'i a.llard'. Snow .' :
of '
whom b. hat one child;' They live at ,for e time; report sayslbat sick now.", The deaconess single appltbatlon .

,Fort The day. before leaving It -.about 1.Q aoga owners. and went with lobe'11LLla girl<< i.o ithe two; .'manentl 8JDenLoured. SlbClt mecompletely..nd then I have used the For, the ',besti'r ttiQitts ':'lie t9.WU. :
here Hart sold his. interest. In a. bunch ,wlll be-.move. yo otbe roomed house, wherewith four younger occasions forringworm .
Aohisa Bass for $7,000., I Rumor Uke"iae seerts that children, she found ,the sick ,mamms. [lIDlment on two separate ), ' '
of cattle t.Q Dame aDd it cured oomplaLeI,. 2 c.00e Stock] d. ,nag-gage" i' I
of' 'ulwayg.
'mallroute. : ,
Marion Warren bal sol II_. A pew "was added t.o thenurse's Best : ; ry
I Back .from"" Boat., .Tip Padgett have tende, .I 'die 1111. aDd this III one .of,, the "Dd'1-.00.\. Thom"'pn."Uober. ; ""All' '
I .Shot. : resignation, and I. to be alloc ed ways- 1/3/ wblcb the calla, for. service .00.- ' '" L transfer: in oonncctlo 'with. stable. :

,Last" 'S..LUI'P.ll"iu the .teamer,Ltlllet by the ge3 and festive ';,Allan; .o"be come, ,...4 ;.--' .J' Jmproved.VTrain\ Sen'lce.; : '" ,' ? .

the river OD her rn wise known as O"DDOD. les Isabel'F. Horton for''severalvea :: ordeespi'omptiy aUendcd'to.. < :,:
w.coming up "
paradise a again/ Invaded a devoted deaconess missionary'othhe Atlantto :Line aDd its, 000.n8Olo.on. r .' iSatisfaction'.6aaranteed :.
jolt below" range UUQIeI'll 'The COlt "i
.trip from Basinger San Juan ,
valuable dears unattached H. M. S. ot solid '
Cjay'Johasoo pled there areuJany, .re now oper"tlnll Phon6t r.
: :
Hammock' Capt" 211n tbe' foh.- }
the boat "Dd the ''future may reveal Porto RI died Dec. .. through trains froot'Jackenavllleto( : .
house OD top -
from the pilot ahead .In a.oluropoft " prltesseoured. sloe lIume'a, Tucson'- Arlaoaa" Atlanta .... ''Waloro..,Tlfton and : : : .: ; .
.. large buck just ._ ;
a ;
\ ,
.. look-. Nash- - .
bushes OD the bank 0" "ba river,; The ,The demiwratto rooster tl now Bs la. Macon, with "hrouj'hcoacbee t.Q ', C'1;"' -- ', '. - ;-. .
down ,'his rifle; forward Lu the time when our lCal. vile, and pullmu bull'eUleeplnl' car
capLalD hastily I'ot. lOll Bru Nay for ,
a' bond. and be w' lsotoavalterswlll throw the ready : ProperLy On t.Q St. Louts aDd Cbloa<< Test25': .Yearsl f6
which '
w. near renting tor $400)( pe earl' via Has Stood 'The. '
just In time.' as, the,,deoel" bad decided 'cap 10' air sad ;yell themselveshoarse '.1;' M.\WILLSO ,' .Ta. Trains leave''Jscksooville' 'Atlantlo : : .,.# 'r' .+4
are at 9:00 ;m.
bad c.ndld..toewbo Line dally' p.
aDd Coast .
010ae the .
too over I '
the bosd was getting Ie a their splribustwellfare \ neat Estate A Inaurce arrive a'TULOQ 1125 a.. m.; and MacoD / ;. r ,
provide fug '
started tttooo Tun. Tfle9&"bo; rlelecLe to -*? : :;; ;'fin : \
't for him, the campaign pie..oeeding ', 4:40 ... ro..'AtlaD"a'1:60: s, m. Chattahnooga ... -Pt
daring :
Iplendfd shot aDd. brought'blm war too qulok'down bet I. the .prlplC' p'lm.rlel. John "Nut, LiKE.OTJlER, 011449'' .! 1:15 0.' m.,' Nalb.Ule-6M: p.' m. ... \JI ro' e"' If,
fore.he could' his ellCaptt."c The .Dt'awCy: says: burr..b for Steve Aergeuurbextleglelator. Count.Leo..Tohtol; whose. famous Evansville 125.; .. try:. Sa.: Louisa :08a. . \ :. \ .2
.enlrer.! and Orew of ,...b.LUlIe'e..Le4.Co works have'thouraodsof admtrerailu >and Chicago 9.30 aa, 111.,. ,, '' :

p. venison the palanoe of the '' GazeL' 'I- fullppreclaLed; ,ibourcitixen5 and'wbo belL remembered Good nnect.\on.\ are made atfacksonvtlle Chill Tonic.
The America. 1
'" 'r' all Florida poine thus Tasteless
". "
; : J thee4 ". from ;
_ttlp. ..,. j ( -:", suds. suppose 0' this tpr bill"'. !'lteaurrecttoo. and the sevnsbtton .rrordiDII' utokeetandmosticonvenient \ -
., lad
; would appreciate ttiat'.itcrea .Lbroupbou; !
,;;.. .I A you l .ideas'i st night" i tor article will oloselwith( -. a tobe 'continued ,world. baeconeeute\ .a"dramatizaNon : west.service, .,. ,In' Ibis\ territory'to-, -., l ,,50'cent>I:

')\. And.U.b.rraleed B..U..r4'bj. abed .coufb. .'1t .oODcl. u810D., ,. 'I.ICAO: OLb"'Olrlt of his'a-l'tIat.eet.for.American work "Not.'produO"Lake the For further'.Jnformtlon; '! see 'tlckpt'"' ':, a .No-Clare-No-Pave< r._ .'. -. :. : ,
le older,
and edeQ"i agent. ; consult t. e I1 ,- ....
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M prompt end radical c\lre", 'Tboma, I I'J : O..neuUt. e l 0' Mloanopy noted author::1. after a. versonai"visit t.MoIOOW CROUPBegins '...... .' -.N IEW
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bte'leoture "libt.he of
delivered syritptoms
" I , 1'1.; preparation.' the necasaryarrangemept.for .
I _'HEA4TH, ? Lutber; "he.Heroof..Ile Cburca ,.of! its .prod uotloa,.and.afar mOil cold, there I. chilliness. aoeedDIl i ''w.LPalipnzo1 l.i.Cel,1...._., ,.. .,
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to tbroathot ; Ii ." '
:, 1o i1.'thct' abt1ity'to'do' Axoodla7'dwork the. Firs. Largeoougregation thd.nooe.sofv "'Not ,LakeOtbel' lore' : 4'r. '"?' "-'-'''''"''-' ...'
.this town'Mr lllo. / hoarseness and 4&4.fWplrctt.loD.\ :, : '
wItJ1t uodua fatigue and to find alt who hparablm Girl. has tar exceeded thezpectG Bs1 "" ,. "
'. the delight of ; ' .mall douirof'; S OLD STAND ,\ ) 'If
\0 Give' frequent : .
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: .. talkedof lard ..
01' cOnsotion'wihou'ltnpnetting / lucid,and ,oultured.. ,Ueanno", .''The' production II the for I") and at th.rst, sign 'oS .. '" ... !' '. ...' 1,.:.., J....>_ J; .'... .4. .... ')"
aDd. three 01'1' .O..0e4.
,14. theatrical circles. '
the evebt.11 1 1F.i"
tbe i''U"'l't"Dd+polluting: all.who hear ltr" Tbeconclusion B..I+ J"EIahT : r.
; (blood.iucb:: : s ooadl..IQJt may be beet : but be helpful-of his to lecture,; a. it"yelaIesto. eompaot are now'Organlzed'sto'Ca.M"ri'aQd: roue s lard's a1:0\1.: 'Snow" cough" Listmeft apply freqllenUl, t.o 'the ,throat.Mrs.4.VUet i DtTure." ,.NO] ?ay:Home Rat re4c ! .: 4tE y 'i'ii''
'aad :
:j' ,aDd qntokest relieved by"Uer&ln thebe.t aoa. personal? respon.litllit1t \he UD\te4 Stales; New C6f"OoI" '" . ..h "
depeodeace -
;':f. slyer llUl.t.ol. :' t.&i.Lb.. world has >soul cannot fall t.o inspire sad the pooalartty.slready achieved. of the makertat wric c I sMpah19. \11102Xtbhksallard'uHo I. -' !" :Avi=> i 4s1.oo;i1t .:r. .b e "" "
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r:' 1 LIEUTENANT BOWMAN. Tptetol's .Optimism. ; FITS n rtn"n nil.ron red. "IIt/!or.rene.peait.r JOE E. WHEELER DEAD GROWERS AND SPINNERS LIBElOHr :RCEfAE'
The the Berliner ,
: correspondent of first( '.4imt of Dr. Kline's Grout

'I Tugeblsttwrite* to that journal that Verv*Rmi.torerltrloi boltln andtreatlsef .
l . -- Ooumt Tolstoi' thinks that tho safety r.n.U.Xuu, Ltd., iisi'Arch St..1'hlla..Pa.Tho To Get Together! 'In a General i A.
; _ _
commotions Held In Washington' .
RiuBola throuaha.lll1er to Be ,
: Ixincton Codiicil
Connty now uses'paler
\ ,''WJJi,.&L1UWLtpl1 be secured :by the U' : : Doughty Soldier, Author andt&eWnN S.: -9it ; WxtMay.J' i 1JdjyfliickIy knockSAjLAPtQ.lJ5.TRIAUj.llJ' '

,4 _ of 'Too wrns._i _._A_.. '
7* : : I shaken koyuty thopeasantry.' f t: I I \ 1* ....
_ _
f Monkfr --
I correspondent 4 ra' ji V"v 1.-a cnara.1..a 'E5'rll.A.Vire4in'ia.' < '' ::;; ifcoJOO Topics ;
ft 1/1"
\ iTin Writer.
,._ _ "CO\11Jt. "ap1torxtbitI a surprls* ICI"11InrUllnd.fIIl..fI! < c-t.: ; ... f'1 r ) '1aZ! '!C' nod wtts r 'it,

4 ___ "bigultq nathejKe4. otunk> movIt \ .& . .. 1 A.f iiYo
__ L pres.LI .
e + we ea
#'i!* I _ _ _- llgtJptlmJBtn regard'to: the Vazo CT1 nf mint' fatliiHo, euro' f u8 toTl days JOo. wet 1n ,"ork: tty :'

sot condlitlon of Russia. JHe is per.suad '- .-. - . VICTIM -PNEUMONIA arrunga for tho general confoionceof !

'" I.. d that the .position of things has "rbi'eatI1"t.. known cook book WM., .: :, :
-; nothing dangerous In It. for .it* 3 Is I ri' te41Qy iol\jU7', ; : J t .._ t ".. I'I ,5.j; :, ...t'.H'' ._J ; t. cotton: i intoVa'its Washington. IX

: i.porauaded! that, tha. ,worklnguiea..p .O.'Dea..M.yO' :..... . .. :..- 1----... ..r'p- .. ".5
1' ; -! Osin ,,' .
I'.y&ere.J..r ,
i c ''the-tlg cities are of IItl1. aCcount in and Mullen 1s Natul' '. "f rdry t r ,, Three" Wi7sTB tuckort.. "
r-_ ? $ great remedy-Came Jamo? n. Maccoll Paf Editor: ofCourt Cq1lersWok| ; < .' comparison "with" j3ie 'Pe i { ,"WHo'' OotIlrh.,-- ld., Cronp and CotttunVptlon.and loved North, iand..,South ,Finally! ll I. '\'was elected\ chairman of tho : rrt f < S all throat and lunK troubles. At drug- I Town Topic p
form an Immense majority of the Rus- Slats: 25o.. !0u. and #1.00 por hottle, ( I H, Retires. '.Before Advance, of meeting! It was decided to invite '.. : Tb.l .
*. . 'r Havo '
*' .I.n"PO'P'lI' t ,n/ f i 5 i .Washington' conforenco t pre. n Engagtd Inchenifs. Black;, _
> Th06pnsantry; | erenot thlnklnj' or fltftr invritio lI'ar i.rdfJ as vulgar inInctnt Crlm Reap r. to till '
L. m ,ngJIIn ,
.. .. 4 S 'sentatlvoii of the following association -5 I J..
F a revolution. and. :
",: '? 4 ._ _ _ S S "uu;neWstiaper: 'stories! : cf .revolts; in ; Cn w>vf tho bff'tt. mndlcloo wo'I'Te r;i.*it 'General" Joseph<
i:! iJ. I 4' :': _ _ the countryrdlstrlcts are exaggerated.He \ for all' altf! ottoiMso'ii throv: nnl-imnrq.-W', '; ..Jew' England Cotton Thjury the criminal l bran,,

,v S '_ 'nays that no one but a small groupof 0. l! r>m..T, V'\nbuT_, <
t: : I f -'r---r .brlgadiar; general of--the United. Association, Southern Cot -d T"reborted that .
desires ihfTit.lr83i ufacturers' Norman
t< :,; ,.,.,.,..- revolutionary' agitator to. ;n.loeitea,. solicitors , "' 0S&4 overturn th* .order) of things" at present -. and rocvrators in Italy, States: army In the vai1: with Spain ton Association Rational 1 plnnera'.As-, editor' of Collier's Weekly, waa

existing// S ,oclatlon of Pallas Texas Natlolia.1 1 guilty. of c.rlmlnalllbet"t'h.. ''
r'" S : _"r.. vnr4cohI In One I).TTnVo ,1 died at 5:36.0'o1ock-ThuTSdaj afteruoon vcbeou ,
Tolstoi 1 lit' Ark- trial
; p Nevertheless, J"X Lth JJromo! Quinine Tablet. Association Manufacturers. cui several .weeks., :;
H ( ; at tho home his ilr .
; of sister .
make predictions and aa's'll\.at\ :, Intarnatlonal
; any" : innnrUts refund troneylMt fAils to eure..i.Y. ':. wright Club of.;Boston;. The verdict was rendered tea
'to It impossible to .say what) mar hap- \ .l Urovo'saignature oa each but.: SUctj Sterling .Smith in Broo d'n. N. Y. Federation Master Cotton Spinners
utcs after tho cue ha&boon>> Ci".1 1in
In- It will fee:neoessary '
pen. any4'caae, '.' 'bfEndsaas -of Nev. have abandoutfa The veteran of 'three wars was 69 Manufacturers wblch'CODlprlsos
JClko ar.d the Jury, Tha ,charge
1tb.e Oovernmentj/ .
to overturn present dances years old but fn iplte of bis asor llrltlflh an* continental manufaotur--
@ Ifapgood was brought at the
: which ts founded on a policy of force lilt
: S"and to supplant by,another regime, I. Itoh" cared IniSO! minutes by WJolfrml'slaultary there was hop until Wednesday of era; Now 'Orleans cotton ex bl1Dge.New' Lion .of Justice\ Joseph M. .lDea",".
: Lotlenn.vee. faito. Hold t his ,the attack of 'cotton exchange and Liverpool
S : based on. tho love of others goodness I..))ruItRI.t.*!. Ala4l; orders promptly ailed>y recovery From pneumonia . York tho court of special eeBaioiis and

and, Uu .maxima of ChrIaUanl '._ by Jr.'J) ..Ca..., 4rawl.rdavUJe.lacl.; *1. which-caused his death. Cotton Association. Every association balled upon an editorial In which: t

'IHTOBTY-DBHT IIOUAS'pEHU1CUREDI R Translitjqn' in the Literary Digest., ---.-_ General Wheeler was taken ill will be Invited to send a' editor 'criticised. Justice Done! foj ]
Coke calls for" 49,000,000. S ions of coal six days before his demise at his sis committee of five In addition to. Its connection with Town -<...
. tLscr.; Topics. ..,
I. : N Gold Output' of Alaska. : ter's home where! he had been living president and secretary. S Ct>l uc1'Mann, editor of Town

.1% :) ; HIM.. The' gold mines on' the American S STATS'. or OHIO' C'OCKTT City: OF, TOLEDO. ILCCAS ( recently. lie contracted a severe Among tha questions which It was 'los, who was, present .when .the'' \

Aide of the line in'the Far Northwest FBAKK: J. OHKXIT make. oath bat lie I.I cold which, developed .into pleurisy decided to 'bring up for dlscuttftlbn at diet was announced .said .tha\ bs'l

: Aftect'ed' are this'year forthe arsttime'produc- tenlor partner of the firm of 1'. .r.C..JI A ond pneumonia. From the first bin the Washington conference were the .
Cold' ead and Throat nothing to say regarding
'Co.. doing binloosa In tho City of Toledo yet
.. . quantities of the told against him but the cotton with the
Jag:: much'larger County and 8tate atonwahl,..and that .m4J age familydid relations of American but that ke hail brought_* civil
,. S Attack Severe.. precious metal; than are being found S Una will pay the sum of OHM BOXDBBD POL. not give up hope until Wednesday world; consideration. of matters connected against tho'(,\> ll1era. : ,

I in British territory. The yield for LASs for each nod ovory ua of CATABBII night, when the disease was with the raising: of the cotton: '
i: -{'b..... 'v. Lieut and that the ''
Bowman lit Adj. cannot bo cured by tbo.ulle of iCATiiau As Mr. Hapgood loft room,
4th M. H. M. Cavr Vol., wntes:' Jrom: Lan 1906 at Nome and la the surrounJIng Crar:" }ztsa J. Cntifkr.Uvora . found to have affected both lungs* crop; thd baling, warehousing'.!
I' ,ham. Aid. as fotlowa: district 18' estimated by experts at, to befOre tn" and subscribed In my 'General Wheeler's l immediate relatives .transportation of the fibre; trade'relations .trlct Attorney Jerome who COad
v '""Ibougn somewhat avers* to patent approximately"$10,000,000: and theTanana prvaeuce, till Cilia day of Deecism.I .. the case against him .1apped'hiJrJ
j--I all with him. His daughters between and .manufacturers -
were growers
1 1 medicine*, and .tiU.more averse to becoming > I 'UL. perA.i>., 1SSO! : A.W.QicAriosAviary the shoulder saylngr
cleaned 17,000- "My -dear
k.; S a professional, affidavit man, it eeemej Valley up fntillf. Mrs. W. J. Harris and the Misses ; and stability of prices of cotton ,
it! only a plain duty in the'present inttancato 000. Last year the t tat'goldproduc halls\ Catarrh Cure taken latornally.aadacte Anne Lucille and Carrie Wheeler man. I'm Very much pleased ti*t-

/J add my experience tb toe'columns aZ l-i tion for .all A1a.aka.Vas. 9060000.. or directly on the blood and mudous sur. *- Curn.>d out as it did.'* They; left
k% ready written concerning the curative powers this lacos of tho system. Send for tnatlmonlnb.. had been summoned from the south, . S.
less than year'scleanup
11;.. of 'enm.. nearly $1.000.000 tree. P. 1. C. KBT A Co. Toledo 0. and arrived early in the. week. Ills STATEHOOD REBELS DOWNED. court room together.
i '' " ( .ny benefttd at Nome alone, where the fold by all DniKRl't 750.Uoko In .his Md.dresa to the jury.,|!
I t f1jj4i.a..rorooIda head .twtAroal. principal Increase took place duringthe : MalTa PnmHy rills\ constipation._ ... son, Joseph Wheeler Jr.. United Jerome said he was '

; '( :I kai, -e.,.M. afrttfto/VUvnvre) last 'summer. It is Bate to as-, States Army, now stationed at AVfest Program Is Put Through House by prosecutingof
.S S iwtyeWvf a 1 well
.. that the entire Alaskan gold Point. was also present as asGeneral Vote of 192 to 165.:
i/or-ly-e' AtlMMtre by la d'o'eo :I we0 tt as pre- output will not be far short of $20.* Wheeler's sister ?Mrs. Sterling A Wa.hlngton'.peclal says: When
.5 V.nt "'efteWflr. threalet.4. wale 000,000.Oa the other.hand the Klondike .. Blood Skin TrovblM. rnrT Blood Smith. an<' her son. : tile defendant ought to have co

c':.' .an.,..e... S output_ for 1904 which was 10. PoUon OroatMit Blood 1-arlfUr Free. The family were summoned to the I tho smoke of the liveliest legislative ted. Then'referring to Town TOil

"){embers! of my family also nsa it for If your blood Is Impure thin diseased, I battle of the session had cleared in ho said: : .
-- will not be much exceeded by bedside of the at midnight .
h 829,000. patient
:. like ailments. \\ recommending it hot or full of humors. If you have blood the house Wednesday -Speaker Cannon -
to-our Irl nda!' t 'It.. totaj' for 1905.--Tacoma Ledger. poison oaaaar, carbuncles eating" sores, Wednesday night when the doctors In "Mr.. Shepard has that'onel i
) S -hai. W. Bowman. crofula. ,eocemn itohlng, rbilngi and 111m PI. In consultation concluded "that the and his organization was complete 1 Mann has stated that it was I
: cabby, Pimply' skin bone t>&inj. catarrh, control and the joint statehood '
R" : All Over.: end bat matter of hours. The natural evolution of personal! JoISJI.
S HEAD "HUMOR. rheumatism, or any blood or akin disease. was a of the administration had
S 5 One afternoon, during an adjonrn- COVERED WITH take Botanlo Blood Calm (\13. U: B.) _rd. general was then 'Awake, and conscious program S If this is trpe It oughtto

the holidays, a number of Log to dlreotlone. Boon all eom host. been adopted. to
ment for applicable more than one daily.;
: and his mind was apparently
aches and ,
the blood Is made
palll. stop,
. Forty-threo "Insurgents"went
n lb
r d JVKh Itching For Tim.
l prominent Senators Uepresentatlves a LoDe pure and rich, leaving the skin free! from active. He seemed to know that I per In New York whose trend is :

visited Montlcello the borne of S -Kat* "",I.d. ; :Mow Completely every eruption and giving; the rich glow of death was approaching,' and though down to defeat having voted way. There Is B; \rcely. .a morning]
W..U-C..d, by Cntlcnm
If JetreMlon.r perfect health to the skin. At the sane vainly with the democrats to gain
: Thomas time B. B. B. Improves the dl"eatJonJ.NI too weak to apeak bo succeeded In per that does not print vile
"After ssin .Clltleura 'or
r: t A venerable negro acrtefl as guide Soap, Ointment control of the rule the terma
,. and Pills, I am very glad: to say 1 am dyspepsia strengthens weak kidneys. Just giving signs of recognition and encouragement and jubscene matter.
the distinguished which to the statehood
I' the ;; and are govern
S for party the medicine for old people ma It irlv*. "
entirely relieved of that itching humor of "Does It. servo useful
to children. any pu
Interested In hla them new, vigorous blood. 't '
,callers were much DrutcgtoU bill In its passage through the bound
P,I.: the place the head and scalp whic I was bothered per large bolt la. with directions for homecure. Later the general sank. Into a peace- Is It otber'than filth It Is put
: : disquisitions upon Theoto '
quaint with quitlength'o time. I did not ordering previous quo*
Bam free and
pie prepaid by
writing ful slumber and at tho request of for no ether purpose than that of
'? '" and US memories. To this old fellow. use the Cuticura/ Remedies more than Blood Balm Co.. Atlanta Oa. Describe Uon on the rule was 192 ayes to 1C3 .

'. **.*' 'one of.the Western representatives three. times before 1 began to get better. trouble and special free medical advioa also. the doctors the family quietly withdrew nays. This clearly defeated the Y.. Ing'dftldenda Uj the stockholders,.'

=;;, S S S >chanced to address the question? and now I am completely .well. 1 suffered sent In sealed letter. B. B. J}. ts especiallyadvised from the sick .naaa bedside. 'posIUon. the full strength of which average newspaper is run from':*

N.: x whether)any:.battles had been! fought found with relief that until humor< took on my the head CuticuraItemedies. and' Impure blood for chronic and skin deep-seated disease, and eases cures of General Wheeler was never again was polled and little Interest ,was counting room .tand lnt. Many. (<

: .' In the<:vicinity! of.Montlce4lo.S no after all eUe. falls.i more than semi-conscious. He lingered I the advertisements are but a co..
0 1 think I ,used several cakes taken on the vote tor' the adoption .
; _' "No. sah," promptly replied the until Thursday evening and, tlon fund to induce t
of Cuticura three boxes of Ointment I .about
1 of the, .rule which immediately followed "
1. f qed: darlwy......."*H>,'aah.'n t sence de and two vials'of 1'ille. I am doingall "Net waists, with .Irish crochet passed away quietly. (and was 'Carried1'' a majority that or the other '1 ara 'not. he,.'_ _

IL' wok.aah.-Iia.rverWee1dy. I can to publish the Cuticura Iteme combined, with Valenciennes are very Sorrow Felt In Washington. of SO. Justify Town Topics. t
; die. for i icy have done me good and I lI&D..t ome. The '
. A Washington special says: "Justification Sf the editorial
Previous to th'vote the debate
f. SPOOLED IT ALL. know they willdo others the same. Mrs. on ,
'' Smoothlelgh S agree wtth. you en- Mattie Jackson .AIortonsviTle, K,.. June newi of the death of General Joe the. rule had proceeded under high nounclng Justice Deuel." Mr. Je.
; .
"-, Urel,. 12, 1005." STOPS BELCHING' BY ABSORPTION Wheeler causes universal sorrow In tension. Tho spoeches were short, but said. "means that Deuel was part

i, Old Runic*:-Shucks: Then wtoat'e The 7verage number of :residents to -NO. DRUCS-A 'NEW METHOD. the national' capital, where so"many the word., uttered were hot and full cr'' or'tl e 'paper;: censor' and 3sP '

. the ns. of aJ'R'llngl--chlcal'o! Tribune. the acre in Paris Is no less than 128. A :B.x .t Waters T ....P.v. T_.. Aenl years -of': his life were spent and of sting. Every member who coulfl of proofs and that the paper wbIdl

,'" S ladla-MMoS, StoKawh TrocfcU. Ior where be .was greatly beloved.No be brought to the city by special summons edited in part extorts mon."j-'F -

:: ..Iar.Uaar$. Duty S.alla, man who had ever been In pub- In his prints scandals." .'
T i1i rs was place The galleries .

; ',, : .Conquered.. i, >* ':: :.;-1' ..... bert .r.aib. O.a .). S lie me -during the past twenty,,:years were ,packed r and p rtclpat'eII'wIth' \ ,.Mriernjnesafd< Judge Deuel'
.' the SUnufbT r '
'.gj;' (:)"" ", u. .' *- \ jH ., S was more beloved i than ftbla gallant evident rtinb'ln ted the statute lifcarrylng oa
f successionof ,
) Taste Bad Breath 'S
-Impaired Ap- "
.' t Without Operations. petite-A. feeling of fullness, weijbt and little soldier statesman. As a mem laughter and applause. ness' but that he was ..not a,'hi

pain ever the stomach aod heart some' her of congress he was noted: during The veterans, .Payne, Dalsell and mailer,and did not know aboutn C

0 sick times aeadachet nausea and.vomrtini, also fever and his sixteen years .of'service, .... the Qrosvenor. upheld the rga lI&aUon. 1 Mann's borrowings.: Mr! ',Ter< 1

", !: Unqualified Success of Lydia E. PtnKhcon's What caueee it? Any one or all of these most painstaking and haM working Pitted against them 'wore' the leadersof ridiculed the idea that men likiT)

1 Vegetable C6mpound In Cases of Mrs. Fox Exceui"epirita-.GKietp.tiDJ and and dnnkia.-.buae ef.jk T member of the house ever on the the Insurgents. Sabooclr: Uondell F. Ryan and J. P. Morgan: could ]_ _

and Miss Adams. depre.iora-m..ta1 alert In the Interests of his constit .and Jones (
orj mental. .worry and physical; fatigue- of Washington., ., blackmailed.
.; S I _bad beenee air- insufficient food-sedentary habits uents. The humorous speech of the day "The law. not to restrict- the lit _ _
>of teeth-bolting of food. .
r .,; ., If yon suffer ,from this slow death and He was never too" busy however was delivered by J. Adam Cede who cf the press, ho* provided that It I
miserable existence let us sendyoa auoaple to do a kindlyact. He-was the most
a filled five minutes) with an address published article\ true and pubib.
box of Mull's Anti-Belch Wafer. ab o- loyal of friends, but1 was always
fie that brought applause and ed with ends is a' I Itease.
lately free. No drugs. Drugs injure u.. general Justifiable .it,
stomach. ready to help whether the one. In I merriment. .Mr Tawney, one of the On the ground of oicus 11
.... it stop belching and cures a dueascdl need was of the circle of his acquaintance .
t" stomach by absorbing the foul odors fromundigested erstwhile Insurgents. arose and announced prosecution concedes that this pa I
not. Is of the
,..r t' food and bv imparting aetivttr or lie one his acquiescence In the will cation was honestly made in a belJ
< ____ to the lining of the it few' perhaps the only 'omce'r.who
4 .. atomach. enaohng men
of the organization and Mark find Il
thoroughly mix the food with the gaatnoJ Smith that it wa true. If you .
; bad the distinction of In
'/\. "' J .... which prnmomtm! digestion and cures the veteran delegate frcm Arizona the article was. true you have cotacqul _
the discs... This offer may not appear three wars--the civil war as a confederate just as sorrowfully Interpreted this .". '

I. again. and in the Cuban and Philippines action the "most i ,
as unkindest thrftat -. _
wars as a ,soldier of the union. of alL" "
238 GOOD TOn 25c. 143 Every Inch a warrior when he was '
The rulo
.. adopted provided that the .-:.- '. 11
.," one be was the most gentle and lovable -
! Send Ibis bill' granting statehood
I coupon with your name to Oklahoma Mil. Covered by Marriott: .In Twent
ii. and address and your druggut's name and peaceful! of men. and the Indian .Territory as "Okla .
i,'.. -", St and lOo. in stamps or silver and we S homa Eight ."fid .Two-Fifth Seconds. r|
will supply you a sample iree if and Arizona and New Mexico
Jave njsver used Mull' Anti-Belch roll Korean Charge Goes Home. "Arizona" should<1 be debated until All world.records for the kllometi

'\ Wafers, and will al.o send you a certi&cate Tun Chungklm who has represented 3 o'clock Thursday and then voted on end for' tha milo- were broken I lull-_
.. good for 25c. toward the purchase
.t .w of more Belch Wafer You will Korea at Washington as secretaryand without opportunity for amendment. automobile tournament at Ormoa!

FOX find them invaluable for stomach trou since called the After rule had been adopted generr* Daytona Beach Fid., Friday. Tb
Ii fffizsLueila4dcms 33 ble; cure by abiorotion. Addri. charge January, at
: MULL'S GKAPE '..1'orriO"328 3d state department Wednesday to debate proceeded'on the measure but -B6w figure places the mile for car.Call
.-:- -" B BSSBby Aye.. Rock Island, 111.FuU sayS because of the foregoing conclusion '
M. power at 84 '14 sedond. and tor5tb
Onset the greatest triumphs of Lrdla. the physician and be says I haft no signs farewell to the officials thereby terminating made clear the'rule
ii' B. Pinkhaaa's VepeUbU t >m pound 1. of a tumor now.. It baa aha brought my Give Address flu 'Writ Plainly.' by the vote on the kilometer, at 18 Z.5 sec nd.. Both lie

I. 'the eonqnerinn of. vromsvn'a dread period round. ones more; and I am the Independent existence" of debate lost practically all of lts_ Interest records were ma/do/ by Fred MerriO.

\ 'j /1.eDemy.. Tumor. nttr.lrw.lJ. I shall _be wltfaont*bot the Korean legation In Wa hlngton. :
driving clgar-shapod steamer.
t. u.of Lydia rinkham's All druggists 80c. bo . d'
S So-called "wandering pains* VejreUble Compound per [ or by anal! ,
,. may in the h nea."-I'aaaia D. Pox Bradford >.. upon of 6tas > -- .
J<:" x coma from iU early stages, or the preaeaee J rtctipt priel. pi ae ..pted.. _; "
of danger. maybe made maalfes ,Anpther Case Tumor Cured THIRTY; DAY RAT HUNT CHINAMEN AT CAPITAL.. GRANT'S- BOPI p'AAISU LEE.. ,

',c' by zeesslTe monthly periods aooom by Lydia E. Plnkbam'a Vegetable .Ie' market price of English! lobsters . '- -

:,,;5,' 'Pooled by sensual pain xtoading from Compound.Deavltrs. .. fluctuates very much accordingto Organized by Exasperated: Citizens of Imperial Commission Arrives In Wash, Propose National Holiday as' MS-JO

I !"- thltba.S the, abdomen through the groin s4. PukhamA S 5 the smpply and demand.A S an Ohio Town. Ington for Ten Days' Stay. rial to aOllt,,'* Greatest Soldier.

About three yean ago Iliad latensepala Speaking Wednesday night at th
S& Uyon have myaterloos pane If there In my sdmw.cb, with cramps and raging The spectacle"oT an entire town The Imperial: Chinese commission *
-i are indications indammattoa nleersvtlonor b..deb.s. The dootor bed DESPAIRING .WOM turning out to flght-rats will annual banquet of -the
for ma. N. soon be sent to this country the _ _
I dlsplaoenMiat, don't wait_ for bus_ ndlag that .1 did D06 g.. any better lie _. _ _S .- .... witnessed Coahoctori, Ohio The Association by emperorof Veterans' Camp of New York,"
'- 'S urns to onnrm your' fears and go my 8III'JII1aiat dsolandMtI.Bemrathst From social oral Frederick D. Grant proposed *
t: 4' Ibad.tou ar. TfMtla of Coshoctpn Business Men and
Kidney Troubl.
; -through the horrors political Industrial conditions
a hospital opersv ,. arrived bet
ctc \'i tioai aeenre Lydia Pinkaam's:: ) Ver.s .. and was vy dI.he.rtmad.IDirnS4b I sp.dta4r.d.nn-u... Mrs. Henry A. Reamer, Main and has been divided Into two bands the in Washington Tuesday on a Informal resolution that stops' )the
(; table Compound. one and begin of doUan to deceasing, but the k P.kp4.. Carst. Sts., South Bend, Ind., says1. I line of division* being the main business special train*from Chicago. ken to make January 19. 1907'

,;1/1, .IU use and .write'Mrs. riakham of growing, till the doctor said taM nothing bat "When I began street of the city and for thirty one hundredth anniversary ','of
,, '! f. Lynnv Mass.. for a.J".. > an opsraUosi would SATO tae. VorvoMUly I Doan's I days an They were met by Mr. Denby, chief birth 'of General Robert E. 'Lee "
using rat hunt will
.. mrreapoadea wit aunt! Kidney be clerk of the state 'department '
Bead thes*strong letters from crater my 'one ol too Mew who .P
.;r-, fill womea who bars btn onredaCe -- <' "Males,who adviae<|mo to try Lydia Tills | was so 'held. In the last six months the city will look after the commissioners during national day .of memorial fle
:; &FiakhauI's GenS'e
VeK tabU beloreeubnjs of hi. father's friendship for
Compound -' weak; I has become
.*Xn. I'f haDu'fM r....) IDIttbag to ooaraHon literally alive with rats ten days of their sojourn la
,and I asoooe started the heritage,to I Inountry tb
t. L 1' la looking v ryonr book I suo that. ycerm.dln. taking a> rtt-uiar treatment, fladlag .. my hardly drag myself and the loss tq the merchants through capitaL Mr. Denby chosen \. and of UM latUr's
... Mires Tonon. I bar. beaa 's a great nOief that my a-ansiml hearth bann tX 5. across the them has amounted' to thousands of on In' propoalng the Tesolutloa.
'r .. do.loraM he-tens ne I hsve-s-temgw. I "'JII'oN,. an4.situ tares, ntomthe.-I-aotloed. I room. I vccountof his knowledge of the Chinese cheers. "'
,t. ', was dollars. was adopted
".i. wiD be __ thas gratuI U oa esa beIPi IbM IS tenor had reduoed U .... I ; language and customs ;
//i- -I do... .!......"- Faaa1eS oa taking tbe Compound and in ten'months kept I. wretched and nervons. : _- k.t ), ] ____'
::'t' D.Bradfard" ItW 5 . and bad o -'
wttaum .
e opec- ,
S .,.: C8.ocidLdt....) sad. tnt -.o4ldDe bul Lydia S backache. bear MUTINY AT VLADIVOSTOK.. i BIG BLAZE. DECATUR. .. .,FIRED. FROM riAVY
IN .
.-. TEXAS TcwN.'J ..
__ "' ". 1 tots tha Hh f..-. yoa ca'U labi. sad WWde ing-down pain; '-1,1. ; S k : f. a'-
... l" the Md with wo.&saiS tall Se eajnet ow gmte vffwf Of/ the gom& 1 Sailors and .Comm.4'
I .your Is**. aeme."-rfi Lu O+Aesons,Colon8 .I headache; dizziness , Artillerymen ;Join, Jn Re Business Section Ureat-Grandson: 'of:Noted. .

I" ..: PSBSBB* MB ostbs -. wW* ...JIot.aI, buatla W..... S and .weak" :> bolllon Against.Czar/ ,'" ef. San. Augustine. IsPsstroysd :Pays'Pentlty.for Hazing..

f .& Abortlr aft tostlmony of
.. ,. '.-d its IGe.k'uugb -.-............ 'In and tcph.nt) catuc. great g'Sfld1'CornrnoraUfirstC1a :,
5-h....... aM ._.W4.....I.Md bt.& ... proves the value of Lydia B. Piakoam's.' bloating. e.t choked. the mutiny: ,at .Vladivostok. "wMcon.: ..: apeclal'-from.' Houston say -.The T TnJS

r sad sndg as 1II1"i .... . .Vgtab3 Com-ound' and should give m*and threatened the 'lae.rt./.had. I firmed by>> a-dispatch 'received in st. business ,iectin5: ,--:::; "San:" -'- Augustine"'f" T ., "

.; --1"; I"" .ti.r4 _el-1'OIW........... ,' oafldenos' sad- hope to every. sick.. little.hope bat to my untold' surprise I PetersburgFriday pfL ,, States naval academy was d UEfli'-
.. -... aM ded.d to 4v. Lydia K.: PIk. 'WOlD&&, 'I v -1 Doan's Kidney'PlJJj brought: I night .xif was destroyed by fire Wed&es ; ( .'
.5 ....... f M.. Flnkhasa, .InvlUs all; me relief Tho dIspateh,1ndlmates thst-thomu' by $ cl .
j % : -C.-a. .AftIrJ Wog and saved life. fron, the Diy tTnursda . .. ,
I day <
,. SVt'IIIIiIItIIe p ..... w.n to wrt. to bir my sbafl',. for I "till morning,entailing;a loss estimated
a' Is far
*M.. .: more ,serious than'tha the it.
f. < :? ouNbreak /
get it" la cdnformltywlttt
:" ''; ; "' '' agiu'' '''' for'ad'f1oe.' .tl : /" at. f100.000i part1a11J" .insnred. The. :3onapart. ;

.... & V u I1fTII' .. I......i'IW.Pu's, 'S. P..W ... .Sold by'nll d*al.rL. ::110 cents *"box.rforterMUburn ; .I'Include In NOYelDlMr.tII..mutln..... five principal brief: .bandings' .oT'the. 't.OC8'. o t. 4the>,.ootirtenartisJl'Xt. ial'I : _
: ; .. feoth. Milon and . ( "" 1:
; >
.i"" Co ,artillerymen:. "
1- " :; : !t1.J "I.. (,. Bo/fftloj/ N. Y, '- ir clt7i'aN 1oluc1edjn the losses.' :
.' . "';' \. 'OA.taefohal'.ot bg.xiks' - 4. j. -
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} u' .. beet and"'a Every man bit in,him .a Oil Uibraltor. the. British channel, l .fin & Company
worst. Avery
': laity neltber of which Las bees Brtctieinc night Irlll<<.
EI.Q T' N a repre.eDhi1tlDt; 'Msn how'.ft' rtFarmers'Sa .... I
!\. .OR.. OTH """f1J; >aA, t t1S111 &':r-, ; .. -. ,........ 1.Cb.re1.., ---- .' "%, SDOCiaSOBS TOMCMILLAN
r ._ ; 'tba 1c-W: :' -- +wp. ._.. .. W.j___ 'dtbbit .. wiuran U to be AVERY sit ,
r w tat
I CQ i '. bn", p :. .. ... Atlanta), Osvor
; # "Lead. I dl Light. II think o! seas eoqb': g ,' .. .. 'te.ia'i >.. .J'CI> .
o; lsdr'1'he'IImIue'i'e
soh; l Lr., LIgDIL lIIl'eJleetua+ .. BSSS* MSI ijMlo* when AaM-tiriftine. is awmn- _ALL;kJMDCI -,- '
..., ) table gharaeter. ""f.eD4-eh.... I red tHinre. tioId .""....... '. JB eta.
i ; "'hen'I'' Go tfle other<< band r' p.. w.- IJiemer, is. U.' nasafaetaranh }MACHINERYReliable ,
N.It.Otho: re.-a 1a ; h ;
8rOOkl1D JJ''. Bat ea maY ot allyOd narrow. a.ri.afsid.Mo '_ ; .
low* pn'Jtararrhe J ne.M.1 umvnienelied menM:.'' u.p.& ...1 ere, "' ; lastsar': mt'9000' peretmS were.'a... .

.' Stfnday on 4TheLUnltatlonii (weaning of s/ht.d beraIns! In l.tmdoa.'
course, anything
( if Llt. .ut was choseij from to 1.11 ,
Coloss&ins ...:18: "RuDt.mbe..1 be" 1I&t0Ul denominations, should s' ) CtWEDfilvss .
." Dr. Bartholow LIt Dr trcatjltlas If he were embodied k, I' "
ond' I
Laid I : .
1 'D'
Is hard to conceive how the glow- UDUlI1Iatlietle..n4 1ly of a narrow I. _''lf.. i: .,; ro rn S .a.lok
and comprehenslr .. bigoted man It II ..
Jog tteme'tts'of ; .
'' .Id..t tpet'e4 fair estimate or i .'{o. .. ...' . ,f
the !grit three: chapters of Pa l'. )Cpl.. the oarcllaaJ 'pines: ..1U.t'a Item J
1 tie ".0 the Cot :fang could )be> bet obt.toed.from e3A cbaraeter cannot be ' *: dmr*I .(T.ct. a p.cmaa at ems w
.Itbe 0' both of thesemustnbe .. Is the Best Remecfy m r ..!.r.totoday.. Trialu-t..t .
'orced. Knch sentence Is so full .ofjlvln : ii''E #Ia ci-/ ,..... __ .
truth it fairly< overflows with .renemberedlt Ant until they' / Kills SpavinyCurb writ. Dr.H.M.ICothlnnan.OnascUllsls. .....,.
| its urUiiy. abrndau 'to 'Yet with the are.estimated a. or..Spllftt: .. Mk .......

'naras.of.onr and 'text utlf Paul Id most posttlvoly tlal"understanding uo there of pereon'a ,ub.tau-'back ." Very''. Penetrating: ';Kllla$ PairiDR. ) i , 1
b. jll.-f; reinforce of I*
I tire '
everyotbcr utterances.
II II I sentence of tbls lntenlely'epln''' But are we' ..114Cr.tlOocnwe! EULS.$ AttleatBulrarnrr8O"&LMa.e.1 row.iTbe.'bi..l i frto Engines ,BetterJaMftlxss. '

dual epistle:'. He did it In that charm. commonly '''a--.aUle, thr"..", are. Thlak, oo? .. ttma. Wheat ,Separators. ,+y,
injtly lufer1Atlalyway. that, added the 'lag we .
. .warmth of the !heart to the pureljogical ..nd'mean, Wc'natntalty witVe infer' that say, I ?enn 'ever. ,;' 'made cAt610a1 .1 .

) statements of the mind In writ. do. But do 1veitP4 m._ _____ '

ing. to the of Colosslans the of Christ's dlvlnjty. otro Ole, tile hear aches ue, the ,"Oh.disasters the CABBAGt pL Nfs'' ':CELERY', PLANTS' a all'" ::; r 'ltd

. an4 complete and Joyous a n4 t the'tteaths Jo hapRUifrss and peace .. .. .......
loyalty every soul should renders that: have come"te.hls- _....Y1.wa r__.._
Him, Paul in tiles few words of old world slm- ewwll.bla s.e w.w kk..w.aem n eqetbaeaad..n f ...ere. ,=er.hitr'..aarb ,
our text ply because people have not understood u5 Mq'.rk7 r uk C.I.rr r..dr 1.M ot D.0. LMMHMI,uak.e..4 awl pda.l. Il.r ww/Hn
. delicately.refers to.tbe example found one another," WOMENaction Gown rparty mow 7w NMIkMialM .._ra_rrswd, wbIo...wv..e.oe.s. will 11..r eo.- I
'In his own experience;.: i'Remember an Hundred years: exclaim agoUnman the' writer of -' C. ':;....r.u: O : ,_ 4J =-d..O. .. -.-:1kled. BEST 1MTROYED SAW.BILL W hut,
my bonds." This was sailnfuikm: has nature : .i'lt:.M fit'-__.._ _4 mM msItpN.p-a ... r ___.._...
*" L of naturally changed since that wlll find In )4OZL; L'ltMOKEUIK. .of..sq.blm.--IiaOsb.mew.pemttf rmsI sS U.pellswb WOw Nph".. Large!; Engines and Boilers supplied/

cepts eiprrlencv, that 'developed to all the'an precedmg'pre-Incalculable con day Tinea:-.An.ven'tae appeal..experience' .must the ideal llzatin. a w atetgas.- ,, . .... BLIT K CIO.r.unr. '.....Ja'I'Te,... &: promptly.' Shingle'' Mills, CornjMllo.Clroulat' ,
most ruperflcial ob pleasant and thoroughly'' re- aaws,8aw T.ethratent Dogs.
force 11Ib.t. unlimited, element of server that this 1* deoply true, even cable remedy without'.the laavaM rS3&!- "--"QIooIeo' ...... '
team Full 'It
which .. |10'--(| GO" .. line Enfllnee &
sympathy la the < '
were at once opera everrdar'AxnerienMi: ..r life Acihe lest danger or possible harm Par I ;;;;;:' T""uRS"iltoatP
tive., kno'efJedellll fact otij>ltaUon and to, them In ,any COI1cUtio, Acfe nuLUlAkO'i I :b.U. MJI( Supplies. Bend yon free Catalopue.Ct .'

'' Paul had intention.of, glorifying realizing Its force ID'ur". we find, the peculiar to .the uelora. 1 '
himself or this sufferings,. neither did only sure .lJJ>I'OCIch [to its (resolution PleuaDt', In taste; mOd, in' PIRICIl Z3 ''
lie sentimentally. long tor human com lain the Cbf lit of,PauL "_ i) and thorough la results. ANTI-GRIPIME' 1
fort.; This'very brief allusion to him. -. Our:-Saviour entered oar limitations, '.T ted for 35 r-ra.. ClEM_ "
self In our text was but to strengthen ue took Hlmstlf the form of a 3oe and '1.00 pu bottle airall .JNOHE MY : .
, and confirm that feeling which. would errant; lie became obedient to death, Drug 8togs.MOZLEY'S. One Of.Tbe Results IIII'UDIDIUI: gs auwttuclr &Jr.D TO cu : : .
( exult and glorify Christ Jesus the Lord. even the deal*.. f..tbe cross'lie emptied ..., MB 0 LD. IlUlAHI AM $.....1I.
11 ,.
What Christian la eolosse could bane Himself; Ue was. In all points ,1--111.. 'wa'tmn AM Yvt._aalra. .weer_ .L. c::
read or heard Paul's letter and'not tempted as are ,..... n* remembered ol llbwraUy using our fsrtOJ- ID qua fee 7- McSar arnoz.Jrw'wo ..
have.-felt when he cam*to ta& words; our bonds, Limitation Itself brought LEMON ELIXIR .ar..Is-to nay off a raortfaa J3. w.XH eeevb..... Msaenetareq..fwA.r.. ...'.

t ,, "'Remember my bonds," 'tills', man trophies to His feet'" Christ' made It OD "" .014'arm....Read..... ,W tbfotlowlncVfrom .IIen1r- '

writes out of life's experience and What he knows-not lIk. so many Gf <1)) The simple llfe-a life of forethought "Waouwl W'ftlti "."'L.QtInal SWO; fiemoiwtr ."f.. ,

, the religionists$ and philosophers and.order. In Him there was wb rii *.v on whlekrn yoarferuumrs '
that time out of hll.1m.jI1natlou..od no trespassing of body upon mind or wee. I1.b$ W not be 'produced without -
., ..
dreams. _ mind upon spirit., Each'was kept to .t (10! c p.r .... was ttk.Q .4-
Yet another inference Is contained In Us sphere. ,There war In His soul no oon.ld.r.a to kav\.. worn .. '
out text It la that which.empbasae conflict! In the duties owed God man pytwst7 =beipre,bus liberal amount'of POTASH
the fact of lit''. limitation. In writing and self a -

his advices and directions Jo the The temptation In the wilderness. Is a VlrjhiU aronna Ftrtfllim v .
Colotslans.. Paul did the best hit perfect presentation of Hit clear and 9
very endow peas and valTatbaau.oaa .
positionwould, allow him to do. .O.wl.hed simple recognition-of\ these duties that .... DOW.grow almost aarMtpw in: t1e. fertilizerriot -l less'' than

and prayed to'do more. Thdtmore leaves no confusion In tbe mind of the Good Teeth ox Good Temper 'tbh$ *. sad sea''.revs row 6.bas plAoe.offered WsntM > :
was to be with them in person disciple.. In Christ was no baste, no ......... wit1etMatwr. n sei *c % i > J

to give them all that be felt was in contusion whatever. He bad for eacb ,Are characteristic;of.die, but mans nd'!>......sklak.sper ., ten per- cent.. It, ,must be; in the
and the ,
personal effort for Christ and Ills everything full measure of its' Atkins Saws .Now doa-troarSiiitk V.
always. .
kingdom. Over gainst1 this wish, : claim. In Uls, speech Ue gave line Vlrsfaia-Oaroliaa TartlllMn
this desire, this prayer was his.physical upon line, precept upon precept ''He That is, bec usa .thej are would e.ebleyou to psy off a. f r'of \ of POTASH "dPx ,,
toaetg.y. ft bad Sulphate
Imprisonmentlimitation.. Paul did nothing In secret.< (2)), Tbe charitable made of the best steel In the,' well,oont use you any otber.-one : ,,
was chained. The things he would do life. Christ ever made allow "; Ylrgltl.gnla aa.c: < > ; \ ,,.} },
be could not do. once In all human equation 'for the world-Silver Steel'-by Dd ti t. ,
The fact ot life's limitation Its recognition elements of ignorance, Inheritance and .men that know how otTslk, {fv highest quality. ;. ., t
......N.a. ,
/ and no.oJutlollare suggestively condition. He remembered. the bonds .
presented In these words of the heart. of men, their' limitations Thus we "..,..!..., C-m K>lM.rnfcclwiScrap Y1..iby.11 Humot-Ida, '
The fact of limitation" Is apparent And Him dealing with the Individual McMa..ra,C.lab/etc., .r...malt......_f- kal4.. ..ran. Atlanta,h 0., '"Plant FTO4.".'and -"Truck'.-Farming" 'two practical 4

everywhere, In everything and every a. (be .wise and loving parent does ft\'a&n .rGey books which tell-of-the olpotatoeg and the' '1
spccessful growing
person. Go. to tbe uttermost boundaries with the child as the teacher with the r.. C.::: A.T111NS OX CO. Inu.L.rga .' klemphl.:; ,Tep m. '

of space-to tbe sun hud stars, pupil. Ue built on that.bfst possible ; Mw ..... '_l I. it.W.M, .f hrev.porthe., I other"garden 'to those who write us for them.Adtfnx .

limitations are there, thelrboundarlesare Interpretation of eacb man's nature, J'.atoryd Enottlm 051... w
; lodlMipells' .
fixed that they cannot pail' Gravitation which required ever and always a complete - ....."._N.w..y...,c:...... sii..wp.a.p.d..dOr.j. .. .wr.Z d feast'. .YMleez feu..a....-., GERMAN+* EAU Atlanta WORK O..-!*<+.+M,*_*..+it4 4" n:* .
chemical affinity and other knowledge of limitations., )I. 5..ttl., i.> PnacUc.M . __ -
'Bents of law bind them'""with Invisible He healed some In public becametheir BtpkU. ,Atluu u4 Traau(Ca U.) '
bonds' would 'stand It others lie Acnpt.s,bttHvt-lnM II..UM. AtktM BrsM f
chains to their limits. As with ; U T N A -FADELESS' ', DYE S *
i,these .ulghfy spheres; so with the tiniest withdrew to tile quiet place alone. He ; ,

|,: .tom\ ;.is the fixed.> plane of The activity reign.of and' 1a eXfpressfbn wm.rlt. recognized. When"conditions two best of His for favored the Individual. BY COCO DEALCa' EVERWHCRE I' a Color ady r.rmm.wnk5dppb.gepart.r/t.Swft..M..'U- Oni t .lee....packe5!:!'J.m-Io..Kta. nn.all. Mtn f'Tbw."t"I'dONJ50YYWiHGGwU I : .....t'fIi.. )5 M..4 ..r._7_, ,, '';..

Insuperable barriers. disciples desired to burn those men ,... ,..-\, ,,- ... ,, .: ...,,

In .perlOlI': as well as' in things the whom they judged heretics; when Pet- 'i ,.. .,. .y. ,... .
The body in which.we live, is denied Him, with what divine "I ' ""j' < '' : I ::1
clearly 1 confined In bond. Each body consideration He remembered for hr .. :; .- : : ,, , : 'g ,.. .
has Imitations[ and forgave' them 'WiJh' '. . .. S\\7if't & (J ,
a>n amount of nervous and muscular t .'
: "
energy-which. limits aU that may Christ' there was neither' 'Greek nor f. ._ 0' 'mpa' n"y" ,, J''I" .'.'. : . f.... ..... .
be received or'given.' The bonds.of Jew jdrcuinclalon! or vnclrcumclslon. ; '. .' :: '
Barbarian. Scythian bond DOE free because . -, t' '''. .. : . - . ;
place and heredity bind each man to avery . ,.. \ -.
., :
: J' .1. .. ( \ / ; "
narrow cone' of physical and His: charity understood and ". ,' ".....,......, !,. ,e .. "' I' ; , : ..- .. ;"A',,_. ,, ' . %31.1
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eliminated all differences that such distinctions to.t. ., ........... '''' '. ,\.'.ru.. h' .I'. "I'o'E.'L .I'v.-e' "r _. : : <
mental activity. That a Is what .. "' ". + .
man ,1
r. 4 ' ;!, ' .' f'\i;; :: ybJ " ., ,' . "' fls<#'n".4"n" f a wr'' "
<011' .J '' 1 ;; .4'lJ <; .. eare
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implied. : ter .lS Av . .. ',t .' VJ '
be eats and where he lives Is a certain Y . . ,, ., 1- f, -, 1 rl.l' '; ... ,,,
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.p. '
Tbe life. Christ 0"f' '01 ':; < J. W ., 1 ,
( triumphant saw <
(3) 1))t
degree manifestly true. i.' :.. \ , : ,' -; '' :.r ;'..... dY!'tH'.,..1" ; ,.7 i\I.\ .r4y" I : / ''' ,i\ . : : ; :
The spiritualin man Is limited In the crown above the etO..,'Ut. beyond -8t': a ....... more ';
P.uI'.DdlJ'ortWortll. tI. sxf!
{ Paaklsg ; rMey
Loofa. St Joseph, .. l dal
and lived In them. Hope,with ; ,. .t..Z. ,ul'
all Its expression and life bY'the presence death ,. :;"..t'! ":; !,-." 1'" :, J,
of the carnal, Paul's pathetic all Its expectancies, waa His. He saw The total dlstribuUre ales for 1906 .' "The same methods ot purchasing i ,lt,1' Buddings, ,-tt p.a . than any other brand!!;; .:) :_

'cry: "0, wretched man that I. am:. the morning when It was midnight He exceeded*' eattia sheep and hogs prerall,at .A.onII.. .Acres,: ,-= tty"ldaetdthet'aadlorip= ,QualtEyM1and'',
.who shall deliver.. me from the body of knew the Father,,knew. The triumphant all dues. At (Chicago, .which la tbe Chicago .......44% 87% .41 flavor of th.meatand'Dqtbelt,4neappar.nn : -(
ia life of Christ'was lived for us. ;
this death appUcable all the 1tMG,000ooo. '
'children of Adam'..race., TUtse dlstlnctlons > ana so "..?ame vicarious. We could _t If" --- l largest market, there are"about', two Kansas'City, .... 7H. '80' 194 when ;received [fl'Om.tJr.: ,
nofllve It ourselves, hH'.u e'of an un- l. Omaha ........... 8 2t. 28 "
: are the marks-of a general i This total Unrealised from the' hundred sad fifty borers, rcpresenanc dealer .Rach piece Ja branded W the( ..
limitation the bonds that all In natural bondage-the awful bondageof fit Loa.......... T 19381Bt' % '
men and %
sin.hrist' however, ayes: it for ,to(. fresh meats (beef, mutton packers,' local slaughterers to".rI9U. rind "Swif f e"FrenUum. 'TT.V B.t Inspected -!;: "i'1

their remember Investigations''and'experience'must because they are of usk and shares M with us, making'it pork), pro\'IIIOD" produce, (poultry cities, and.xpe .ten., 'Of this number Joseph. ... ... ,6H' 25 4 1914 ,", ana 'wrapped In cheesecloth!'aid.!

tbemselres. Within the general limitations possible for us to have His simple butter and eggs), soaps, glues oils, less then a soor are employed by St. Paul.;..'.-.".. 5, "12" ,10 white parchment papal; '* '' ,

limitations there. Mental are special'endowments and personal disposition yet loving not and I but triumphant Christ llveth life., In kle.aOh "I live/: ,bones, fertilizers, fathers, casings, Swift A Company. ,. Fort Worth...... It 'W 221CIaplo7M .Loot; ort1ae* brand.Swlfrs'rre t' ?

tiealth and trace are largely, what comfort there Is to tbe hides, weols,:.pelts .and other by-prod- Tbe t.rDleralaJpa ;his. lire stock,, t. <' ham,"', when' buying Jwme and bacon.A .

determinative in establishing the ludl- poor.wonnded heart: that struggling nets derived from D cattle t sheep, hog Chicago,,consigns .them to a commie The total 'number" of persona 'employed .gwlMs5rtnyLestgrN" ''
sin and trial in .
to do Its best against r ;
Virtual bonds that cannot be ,
The nervous prostrations, passed.the brain the narrow straits of life to say and and poultry. I Mon firm at''the Union'Stock Yards, In all the Swift packing plants to a':strictly par* lardV kettl

fag, the strokes of apoplexy, the creepIng realise.' "He. remember my bonds." lie Marsh .f........ who sees'that.they are unloaded- and and branch, house aggregate over and put up in 3, 0, and 10-pound;, rendered. .:".. "
Himself. faith
:...ttudll that seize of our took'them upon Simple 'pens lien buyers Inspect
so many I pat In the 26,000 CondlUons for em- rlydt'
relief and ultimatefalump' persons. palls.
In this truth brings It.4merlca'."Standard
bright and energetic people are IB a The Industry is operated OD a mar offers'to the oommla'tioa 'I
:. This gracious troth sugestsan6th them, make their ployea in the' various inaaofacturtngand sad
but enjoys'
Kreat.rnnjorltr Pf instances evidences limitation thatwe speak of liD of leas than 2 cents to 'each dot' orreectaas high'reputfai"aud'aal'. . .;;::' .
r dealer who accepts "
of failure to know. or remember operating deparfments la continually enormotu'sale.
with profoundest reverence..the.limitation Jar of sales.i. Swift &; Co. do not'sell' his iodjrment buying 8tbe' : I I'IWVt
,thephysical and mental limitations of dictates. AU m Improving with 'the construction '
trod Himself in the matter ;
to which life.Is conditioned..' ---- bestowing of jiardon,peace and love npftn ,, at )etaUlheir;; ; ,_entire output la .'!.IJcli finished at 8 o'clock each'day, and of new buildings and the Installationof ae,
Failure to. record and recpgnlfe personal ; -..t -wholesale tomafly thousand._of .An ,.IntertstUnf feature ''of '& '
the heart of man. God has; accordtn the .mustpay apotraah..Ifjbe: : :. 'trlp'p
limitations and to be directed by. limits . :bnyer new; -andltp-to-date: e meQt. .. <-,
to the revelation He has.given us, dealer. -various parts of the world.Thera through.hCblci&i'plult Uijvlaltt
them bauscs not only lapse and dinster commission man has satisfactory' l. '\'to ,_
In our service to Christ but oft- that He cannot'pass in the salva are hundreds ot local: slaughter- ......Wa sTLebouaewife'mfikes ad Bni-e- the' soap factory. one of the Wgestl n ,.
salvation In Christmarks he bold'his stock over to .
lion of man. The offers can .r....
times the essential breaking ,of the the boundaries of God's ability era thronghout 'the United Bates, who 11es.t..aT. bis'commission no greater effort and ,most eomp ,ete' In 'tnla/eoontry?, '.
the Jle gets
moral law.', Our fathers-were accustomed < to keep the commandments, to to' lavr.tbe human soul soul's J7 ,buy their live stock in compeUtlon from toe farmer,'and naturally strives to keep her kUcfaen'-clean than we There :we manufacture,numerous ,toilet)
the wjUl to "
force :
Cod cannot and' ;f
worship nod, and reverence Ills day accept of His Bon for salvation. He with the packer doing an, Interstateand to get the highest possible price for his do to.. keep In sanitary and hygienic laundry l swaps and washingpoww', '' 'i"1: '

.by preparing hours In advance for thatmost presents Him with all, love and power, internationalbusln'ys.. Likewise cDeI1t.'J... skdltlott 'our' abattoirs.. ''They: are dera.
Saturday solemn preparation and imperative of body and duty.spirit for-He will have the all knowledge med to be of saved the the ,//packer must leD In competition (';' thoroughly scrubbed' at. :the: .close of ,: Among,which are I"'f

was. In the-thought of our Puritan trtth.and to< Beyond this He cannot go. with the local slaughterers.. Ther are wbobrl. DI.Mtbwtl.g Moss.A each. day's operation.; and. automatic Wool Soap, widely1 and VfaTorablyy' di ,

'ancestors Ingot essential to the real that keep.enforce God l. bound by His gift of free will. no secret processes''ID the* Industry, BO.complicated wholesale distributing bouse.:Is 11 appliances are used wherever possible known; for toilet and. \bath, and waah-I' *> }
; our duty commandments to God. They, had a Christ would not.the "God cried: "I would but; ye . and expensive' factories. giant refrigerator' ;, but/,Instead 'ofabelres In order to eliminate'ths penonal band- .lag fine fabrics. '' '

fine recognition the limitations In- ,May God help all of: us to recog. ,and as live stock, purchased.In: there' are trolley 'rails, from ling o f""meats.. Rigid rulesfgoveml: .. Crown Prncew.ToUetoap, 3b' -''

''inherent for the Lord's In the body -Their"remembrance preparation nise and act upon the limitations;tt almost e..il7'. let 'and:'city, end the wblcn jsusoended: books to bans;the thee points are strictly enforced;.laxity . perfumed. ) i '
day was

these progressive days to ridicule the .tr-U l.e're-bas. .extreme, local slaughtering will long much as a hundred thousand dollara tobuild .household use., \ .
religions ot these fathers' of promtaer trengtU to enable'al Tlatt is4IwtgsW---: ,. .
practices : 'God Swiff
remain factor in the production of As s Pride WashtccFowdexVsurpassed :....' '
a i are of
and equip... rule
'' believe they .
'our 'Which rldl- we
country: With: .aU of 'to a* our present duty.- No other Industry In the world gives 1''
,cote we have no sympathy\ ,' continuing that; a' to "
.to believe God for "... ty ..dayvsoshall asBwlft'cV : ,
that our grip on ,> never; never fall. walla'and
a w
celllii with
.floor highly .
loyalty. to. Christ and His law they thr strength be," That'is the s..aml. ....--...... ; ; Co. We keep open house the lam '
.continue to be the-most inspiring and promise that never fails polished hardwood. The doors are coy.end .
how year around,:and maintain:a'corps el ,
The largo packing houses .will. a71t a
helpful examples'. ,They certainly sheda Yesterday has gone, not to return. Tomorrow ; flatly with fresh sawdust aid all Swiff s Premium-Bacoa.
helpful light concerning! the meeting has not'come to us, and It may; :, ever-1 always- :'aye these advantages: specially; trained guides,*with: spedaelevators' ':.wlff. Pretnturn.SUced.Baeou.Bwlffa : }"
of limitations In the keeping ot those _.,ee'come. 'To-day Is our day and Wis jfxicatlqns at the'chief live stock cen are, kept,. "'Ir.CJ8LDO.: : ,There (are amd 'rooms,, .In on* year Premium h+'

-, commandments( that refer to God and. ,the CllUt- that 7mdid.that. :t.. ". opportuhlty'to'.bny ever three hundred of,these.wboleeale we nsyve entertained over a quarter of Lard '.:: '
His day. : ; i '
They made religion'a life'and found their,work Dt yesterday, lose their pr.. best livestock; manufacturing In i large a, million of men and women; In one Swift's Winchester '
delight' in ,it. largely because they remembered eat time because they are not, giving quantities, it.'tbeinimum": : of expease Bates. and,:the.public!la always' wel.- day-Grand' Army Day .1801-we entertatned Farm'Sausage.l'Jaooa' :(J Is.y . ;....''it
their limitations. 'Tae?' refused their whole strength to It 'Men who come to visit them. Brookfield '. ,r4wift's Z7i
to.'rob', God bT : allowing the 'WU1'not be able to do : ; ''!ntllisano! ?fall! >[ast* mate .. 23,000. Among: our. visitors Sliver.Leaf tardy:,, ..
world andIts ',aettYltl..-to 10 -tush.i>i 'toSorrowswurr' are'losingtoday: ,. rlal;' refrigeration> mechanical appllan'ces .._...Pi.ri. :. have been ambassadors from foreigngoTdfnroenta 'Jewel:. Teed Compound fSwltfs ; ; '< ..,

.r upon them during six days,that there aDd are not getting ready for to-mor II highly' mcl Df''bu loen' 'niani ", ," princes itobUsaesi& ''. sad "' ; .: >1.-...""
--JS" nothing for the Sabbath hot physi- row' 'God does not promise .strength ;-.f; ;! All the Swift Oompanypanb'a: dfitngotsbeddtiseai"thou lands CotosneV ,, I, T'11... ,>:"\.r t,
T, waristeagi.ittidillIiInaa' .I" 7.t for.terda7' ; gone,, ort tot I gemati Tjiese. (advaptagesareyrej) Wsw at thev great live stock all, 8whwiJefiefBatterlnepwtfC.Beef'; : :; *...-.J''K(, :>

.another relation It "is Imperative that. to tooorrow.whic aeble'OOraoo Let',). "'sst ;'lu"the'.Gnatitfof{ he,.packtT's la tbe ;hcartof; the 'great arfcrnUnral 'and eminent folks from every! State ,. ., JbtI'UC': J . ".r.f'; '''",: I ; or.",.)' 3iwtl't :
we remember lim h all .
and '
our others' Mu ,
own tho familiarise '
Union- 'We wish to thepablfe'wltb u.\W '
ItaUoD.. fqr .fl 'OIJ ut.'a,quality: ,.that,has 1acbedtsI,4gbeat where : e'pttfcha/ie/f,the .. .'
.In.jelattoa to others we therefore, trust and ;usej'while':.,w sections; can > tbri Beal I7k p'i\ ! .quick to asM jfJLrei; w'l WH, yavy.ttjtl'ad's..proIlt1H4JlUenn' tar development in .th*', products, finest frades 'of'cattle, sheep and: hogs. one,1D.u.ocsaa4 bee 'BwifTa. a i>n. all. m'.J4UII-h4 t31iIilIl, -.-
:LjOerstood- 'and dowe understand t ** J todiT"8nmc eP1' unto the daf'; I. bearing :tbek.naniej: ;'inAirabd'to;j. have seven'packing'plants 'employ,' way to do that Is t to'let. the P bUc see ( ... '. :.r.. ',)/"" ..4I !\'"> .

Believingfully' that -"T ''' "man'tt the evil (an\ -tbe' rood)- oreor.lQl1i2r ."- '" + We : ior Itself. :"We have no gent processes 'Wont ':' +, 'tYw;! .) ;,,,,,r :;
: .
Itmor. than anything ha? doe* or: . : school 'fS \ "A"" "Swif"oo' ; tag.t'.cb', .. tenon tweto.. .sight. thousand ' "7m"-1'l: : '. .
"ww are tied. :o'believe that.aU avswwB ". _"'t/l" J' ..- ( :>l.111'ethOGlr'Ia'1III1':4ePa_ : ; :. i., w ,wP..ahs T-, _..-....... ['j, ,.t&- ,
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tf; 'T1is K1sslhlmeeVaPaUG2tette' ( '', Additional) Local. '1 J''I '. . .. I' ''

.S tr.' : TKI.RPHONB HO."l1. Trunks.'teleecopes. dreAOoU'eases'
I I lowest fi'lce M C. W.; Danns. I

(Office_ lu.V..IlItD.Valley ItYIiIt.DA UatetteKIS8lMMKJC.OSCEOLACOCNTY.TLA.: \tinlhl1.' .&, Mr, c; F. Wade, popular piano LINE :

1r .. tuner, of Orlando was la town a few ,
1: : days this week on. his regular round !

I** ," W .. MABwia." tBttor M* l>ro rtttor.'ij. Bee his notice ia another column. .
'\ Catered at tbe PtMnoAfi* la Kiaalmmee, FU.. Mat"WUl Knight, of the.. dredlt'8- :
,H\ 'as aeoond-claaa mat!matter. butt KUtlmonee, came up from the Ca-: 'OF.. ;

y J a.bsertb.will pleaae notify the wine .Ifr looaahatchee River where the dredge>\ ,
; "the, (dtlO..t'b'paper roealarlw. U at work and baa been .spending tbe: '
j .AllcommuoloatloDf .zc-t>t Irom eair anlborlaed '
hla. .
Jamily.! ; ,
'<' .week'with i ;
ftorreapondenta, nraai b. aliened ,bi. the
>1 J! writer. -> Re*.-F.'A. ITolubeuaen, of Mlca- :
'! 'aeJ"iU) "t + ealleel for. -1\* _______ flop, will dfliver'a lecture at the .
." Methodl church Wednesday evening .I.
.SUBSCRIPTION aAT68rd Feb. 71.11. uhder the auspices of tbe local '

One copy, n..1HP..<.?,., ...... . .,......1.| Epworth Lenirue. Ills subject will :
'Oo.copy.*la....moBtbl ...................,.... .ou bo ''Martin Luther tbe Herto of ,
,One oopj,thrwmenllia... ... ...... ... -M: ". ,
Heroes. Admission 23 cents.

't Friday, February 2d, 1906.UEN. 'Undertaker Hand was called-7eoater.: I ( STOVES ;

take charge James .:
-- -. ---- -.- -- day"to
"JOE"WHEELER.- who ",as killed by the train about 18 ". ,
miles southwest of Orlando (suppfnedly
I 1 There U po 'more romantic and stirring Friday nirht.! Body was brought to ,;

:' chapterIn: history than thatwhlc 1 1i. Orlando and will be Interred in the ..1. >

.., details rile .career of Gen, "Joe" Orlando'-91'1 aodo'Reporter _; ,
J ''Wheeler., The fiction' ,.which 'I Iwe get Rt>v., M.. S. Stover ,, a Baptist rain .
later.of Nocatee and his wife and two
,from France of the 'prowess''and ad.
s.j j children have been he guests of 1 OrV .
\'? ventures of DiiQueaclla. or from En G. ThfimaBon this wf'tk.frs.. Si.- on

.' I' ;, ,lancl"wlth.1'eape to the career 01 vena I Is a sUtor of Mrs. Thoraason .

Cban oe4111.; no more fascinating' to Mr. Stevens .left, last nlijht fur Oeorifia -
where, he expects to locate, ancHr
AI"I, ,;,, the resider'who': love's Action: and ,. Stevens and children will remain : : ..
achievement thao the of thlife'of -
; story .
here tlm
.... (
'' . I ..
the 'who '
; was a The Live Oak Democrat In speaking[ l
?,: hero, of two ware and more \than ahundred of Dr. Uoluhauser's lecture sayJ' BUYING
!'battles.! t Geo. Wheeler II .'Thin lecture cannot fall U> be pro

WA :ii'': ,commonly acci'edited to Alabama but: ductive of great service whereverIt I

r \} he was born in Augusta, tbPs state, 10 may be given lor lt 1 brlngs Infor .
mutton Illumination and ]inspiration
t" ''1838.' iHe was 25 years 'old and reexjptly -
to all .who have:\ the privilege of hearing .
) 'graduated from the national It. At the Methodist church

military academy at West Point when Wednesday evening Feb. 7th._ Admission ,
'i' ,the war between.the states broke out. 25 cents. : "

His baptism of fire had already,been> ,
received the Indian
'i1 campaigns H. Columbus Smith, >t' Muftein farm.
'v. Kansas and New Mexico, so that wnen Dorchester county Maryland, is the i., '
be resigned-his commission; In the federal father of nlneieen, youngsters, the last : :
army and entered the Confederate one appearing on the iHh Inst. Sixteen -
\ t, I service he was practically a seasoned of the children are lIvlnjl.Ve
I ".:I', soldier and experienced oommander. simply rise to remark' that' Florida's '

Of his exploits as a* commander of Columbus Smith plods along as theedi- ', '
"it; r Confederate cavalry big successes tor of mighty good paper, and U not -

;;r:;rr and narrow 'escapes, there.are stories replenishing .the earth at .any. such
I pace.-Lake City lode?..
I : In history to stir the blood of the most ,

i>; ID lethargic. ,He-ranked with Stuart for Sheriff J. M. Walker I brought In
Saturday night Ervln Morgan, whom
brilliancy and and
daring, with Jackson
be bad arrested at Uelray, on the
1&1 for cleverness;, of maneuvering. east. coast A true bill trap found .'

'I' Wheeler's chains-lightning movements against Morgan by the grand jury, : :

'. .i' and blows were the despair of the enemy at the last terra of (court charging
him with Illicit intercourse with a : ; : .
( and Lbe wonder and admiration female under'the age of consent. He ,
:: ; '1'2.' of his compatriots. Ho efficient were gave bond 'In the sum of $2W: *( for his
j: ; his service ,that., before the end appearance at the next terra of' court I I '

(1r, :' Of the struggle, ,' be had won promotion and was released from Custody I pDti.

,r A{ ,therank of lieutenant general, thus The' lectlon yesterday was somewhat ____ ___ __

,.. 'j, 'raulring able soldiers, many years his of a landslide\ and the victory J.
'" . ", \ senior'f' jguioed by the dry's exceeded the hopes VVVV ,1
I r i>f the most sanguine. prohibitionists. '
,>. ,' After the war Gen.Wheeler engaged The real fight, however Is just begun.If .

A.,.I, in cotton planting and .the practice of prohibition In deed and in truth, .Is OfficH p H i!
'law la Alabama, and entered politics. the.object to be obtained It will require STYLE.

When the'cause of the' South failed, he the united effort of every man, 05'FIOE, lI }
and child la the who'believe.
? woman county
early advised the laying aside of seo- in law and maintainIt. \ "

,, Uonal animosities and the revival'ot The officers of the law: we believe Q. ; '
r :"i the. spirit of American, brotherhood. will do their Whole duty but withoutthe F. 0

..Vra >.,'''v.. ',His district elected blm to be a .repre- hearty cooperation and assistance shoes will mar 6,
the citizens will
.,"tentative in Congress, in which capacity of enforce prohibition.they be powerless I R..ld.
be served from 1882 until the out '.,-., 4"r" ,
break'of the war with Spain.; Geo. Jame.Long' and I/aao Peterson' who \ f-; ; '
were Indicted by the last, grand jury
.)',ti' Wheeler,was never quite satisfied to of an assault, wl, h : Intent to murder T'. M.. '

be' a politician and congressman. Hey and tried and, found guilty. of an : ,. ,4
,' waaa born fighter and longed for the aggravated assault are now at home WITH ,: ; \
'camp and field, .Every time the slight- under a 8400. bond to appearvatliradentown "'< PHONES' t.r. # :, : I .c! : ..! cojnrimi.sWjM! J !!*I u+ of mtf
: / the first Monday, In k\& ,5. '* .
"eat. war cloud arose upon the horizon: March, _before circuit., Judge:J. a B.Wall. /.I -7. i ii*,' N: J4fe. \ : ; (:; : : ; i ; ', currectitiiht371\I "
F be made. arrangements to vend In his They were leased on account, ,
|( '- -----"""' nAlJ '
( :
resignation! as'a congressman and at of Habeus Corpus proceedings commenced PA; : E-. 0

l\ .the same time his' by attorney' W. Oliver, who
application for assignment :, is attacking>\ the validity of their sentence - T. 1 ::
04r if.' to duty as soldier.. When'' and tbe right of the \hirers of .- I I AND
; the Spanish war cloud broke, be, .was oonvicte to work such convicts
:one of the earliest volunteers"and outside of the county of their con . ; ; S.1'

,President McKinley' viction. If his contention falls, then .' :
accepted his serTtces. -
these men will be remanded by the
r : BU activities |'n Cuba are of circuit judge to finish serving out their-..J.[ M. &. ,

: too recent date to need to be recounted. sentence.*. I S ) JVVVVV. .

"sq'er When tbe commanding -general 'was Mr.,.Isaao Powell who has lived two l S ( -.-

being driven about on a backboard,. north of here since the civil w..r.
passed I
T suffering ''from beat' and :nearly ex f peacefully over the dark "river I K I ,,1
{{ hausted and when he '' Sunday morning about, two o'clock.
was about to ,
Mr Powell had been blind for the past .
y ordera, retreat, ,Gen. }Wheeler s 'our.years. He'was> living_,with his
.2c. ;climbing treea1.o ge., bearings' and grandsot. Mr Spencer Braddock at ; Pain
the time of his death. He had attained In Circuit. t
||; Inspiring officers and men to the final state of :
thegrand old ageof 81 He leaves
efforts that
Ix proved successful.His several children and Alice I '
grandchildren.Mr. ".. .
Spanish war,record,' of .course, Powell was known as a very kind. James lleury! i I.I I. ( pain. Women's
4 i* not to be compared ,for brilliancy and hospitable gentleman; always To JAMBS i 3ign of dangerous

with tb..tbleh be made in. the Confed I'eacry helpbls less.fortunate neighbor It appearlnor
,,f': erate. erv:lee.' but It demonstrated, be and should alT,- towhoin; be haddone.someJrleodly that Agnew the d"' ) which should be

P t .fond the peradvenlune-of a-doubv-that .. \ _act: ,_drop a dower .blatant : results. vU -.foJow.! '
.F j; other Southerners of his sortthe -> on hia grave ho would tonight, sleep the county of i
whole; section filled with them- beneath a wilderness of !flowers. He the that vervlue there U of l : II
'Jl+ ,ware's patriotic Americans as ever was a consistent member of the Bap. Inud HaM .
fit; ''stood under the Stars tilt church at this place. He was buried I I. over '
His and. Stripes. In the Powell beside H !Ii thert.f : : i :;: 1 ,
appointment) to-the, rank of briga cemetery (pig! I demur to the I
', dier.general in the regular army wife, who died 10 years ago./ -Pine- i on or before i ; rdul
.the close! of Che' war, was a gracefulIact upon castle Cor. in Orlando Record. elle old I til i "o
OQ the Dart of the government '. llched 1 1 I. further In '
/ .:, "Joe" Wheeler was of theme Notice to Creditors L newipuprr i .
of aa' Ideal knight; without( fear I 'gitees county of l>. J.
week for fire
and Destributees.i i ,
rlthou* wproaebIn his person Wllneu. K. \ ::
Illustrated the Southerner and the All pcnnm hiringrUlmi; agdoattheeetat i Court and \ i RELIEF'
He1 will be -remembered of Henry W. B..rber.dPCe..ed.I..Df Oao,'ola Home at : w
,, : throughout County: SlaM of Florida, will. preaeut the same a". A. D.
4e : .nDah the country.. for payment 10th. nixlerititnr.l.. properly' (BKAL] : j and weakening pains.
News. ..
: 4. "", within the tlmn'I.r."rlbed. by lawn:
tbaaama will be forever b.redNANCY P. A. Van up >and drives out

: / this is an \'011 "year" In Vdmlnlatratrlx of.Katata of Henry., W..w11'ITE., Barber j from coming: back. ,
many Important'offices Daoeued.Notice'. Notice of '
.; .to be filled_at. the fall. .election. in Deed I .'. ,, .
', a member '
f.'ClUIGlng of Congress In the
> ":of the State
- railroad Commission;; !State Lands. "
Senators la one-half of the senatorial r
.;y districts; member of the House'of Notice 1. l Verebjrglrrn that too VDdenlRnx! Notice it ; ( Shelton of Poplar yt
Reapresentatlves a >pnlm I d by '
| the Con air Judge of haiorof i t
Kardlau.: (:
.'" : In each county,: and the State of Florida, will apply to ed Xrd ) I c-n do my housework
/following'; county 'officer* In each the lion Minor a. Jooea Judge nf the ...-.." Died acid < Lefdre taking CARDUI, two

jjP't-eounty. commissioners; three. members Court In and or for the U.e HeTnth Culnty JedeialWreull of Oaeoola. al TitiniTillr of Florida. with PP'l"atlon' law. I; done DeDO 1:004.: lean
'r ,of tbecountj', 'school board; tax assess-* Florlila.,or wherever the said "'ours may b*,On fluid ... "" r I Was cured by Cardul '
iuniy: luiia' at lea. for an order to aril 1 at private Florida, & -... : : j medldns." I
,'J..' "surveyor. ; aaletb* undlvidvit one-elghternth ,lnt ra.t ol L..ta. and ( r
r. my ward, Amoua f BUM. minor ef, 'In rod t>, B. R,
If" >,3bdt"L. N. Milaovof< Bartow' presl.jd thejollowingdeerllwd landi situatedjo said] The aald
1 ,<. at of tbe Mutual Life. Insurance Co County of oncaola. CI wltt. .. *'. the laiuanee #,. .
'' t I begin at th .onh.eoraer of lot On. (1) tin. A K. Hai
.4 Florida, was here yesterday and In Block Klataleen (III') o' tbe south Florid Unless l said .
$:today and established local dlvls'ilBB hallroad Company's survey of the Town of I... I itun"Name
ot his C. J[1..lm.. City and tlleaoe'aouth J9Mncrtrtwo d..__A..' th ar o( = : t
moanv. This ComDalllY11IfMriet.JI' -- -
((02) fast, Ib'm.-&h... ti dey'reea;
m' .
;;; aForida Institution" ,and w..t. tie *.t,*... ,7A) fe.t. thence north .7 d.. ['KAL) th* : ;. I.
are at Bartow. The weal Ninety-two' (9'1)) feet.' Ibenoe north
head of It are well known fJI bealnnlDf.d_ eaat 8vnly-4v. (76( .point "i.i' "i.. .
business mn;and Begin et Ih*point/ of Inteneetlon' cf. th..otith II",": e. H Quinine i .
\ in every re.pecs..Tile line of Lot Two.2) In'swoon Tiilrueo (la) la I
.. ; Towa.blp Tw.n(2,-,) onth of 'Ra" e
J ... and directors 0? the local dl TwntTbl (tH)_ot aed tb. of ( "
tight Way of ,
toa areaI.bwil'. (knownvbusinesswo too Midland : : 1.
: $ Florida Railway and on "' went ,, TW"
:_ wbo bar* tb .ntlreccnfl<).D04tot ,aide of ald Kirbt of way and ran then toe i ''AIII..n".lI( ; .. ; ..
d', IMIO "....'Jlr.PI A.::' ; ottKirrateriv direction aloof; ...d- Kliht of the ..... .of ., ,
:. 'A.OjSlnpaofttlr Aay f l.ten (IS) ebalag, ttienae ta a aouthweaterly Bent am. ta ... "
msa....'or'Oavsaol.v cosnty direction rlxhtanslea. lo said of *d, I the : '.. . f ;
F 004 will uk pleasure Uo'eE plslnJngcom Way to a poin'on the south line of said tot aam ''lr'* I
,plaati.ed,, _wOrtlDtrf.., ..: Two((2) themes east. atone. said. coulb llu* to debWocle acid 1' .... 35c. c:
polatof '
Dti betlualnsJanuary '' : = -" - -, -* ... -' . .
f1) to 8ItJ'OM' ..........wI... ,.-cI. $ - Ilia. 190* at Anadla,FU.6JfATiaCK. I .-
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"_ slmmoe.Y ; : "t.It.e4.. ..w solo, : :utter1ft4)-.U, : Piano.. ,, Owners_ ._ .:; ,LYCEUM; ATTRACTIOk'Opora ', ta.w.wi. ew. %. -. . ,, -- -r . ." ,

T.L.PH : : My dear Yrlends: I 1 I' i' :
e man to '
get' <
7 _,TIM lime has oc when I, discontinue Clearance f
me must .Sale I. *
RLJ1'4JlO!: w!>: all seml-annuU ( ; HoUse, ( :
Of.t tuning.' andaocept ,
8 . .
4 Y. only order for work at the full I ,, : " .. !
< 1 .. Mr.sosW Thursiay 4 : 'j :
: N
'l .W H t) L. rat of fire dollar. Necessity ''demand Fib I o. .,4""
this change, -the number of . r ". ,.
"' .. v . '
Official "
: :
:- ml 1 i. piano* being DOW so great that It 1* a : . .:
,r ......'! ....*..., r.. > cross Impossible. tor continue theold :
'Ko..n.y ....1".. friends. bore aeml-annual tuning, j. planof The 'GRIENAUER . ALL WOOLEN PRESS. OOOdS must be" 'eo'A'.'
:i : A" friends My customers loyal to here for 'are also.. my ICONCERT :', \. regkrdless previous; selling-prices., ,' ,. w.
{ MSB.: ; returned ; me year* nrt matter : ', ,
I '' -grip to. how many tuner roams along I ..' 'I' .
.:--- ; thank these. friends sincerely, and will .' .
.. M : evidence gratitude by continuing NY" o 1
: roy
rrtda . .:.... 611 I a -real. ., '
l&nM farfew to do mt' very best Work on every" Instrument WINTER beeold
.. flO MEN'S CLOTHING 'Will without -
days .
.Briny 1. ; .
..d.' ..... 64' ,' always however, .without : . --
.,.... ".. 1Madnerl.r M'' exception, at the regular rate of five : .0 "reaard: for.Its first cost to'us. r. '<
) ,. dollar each turning PERSONNELHerrCARLiQRIENAUER .,
.. 70 Florida
f .
nrx West ; Very .IO : fJ
= j. loourcliy. t'f"Yl.ollr". r 'a

:.;;;.- ( )' '.nd list Capt.; H. E.. Rose atate chemist. wad / 'Cello Virtuoso' A").| of .our Winter Goods MUST) BE''BOLD to',,make room,forvSpring '" <<

\ Our rate for were here. .last. here' a -days-this weeloon official( Herr ANTON, .SHOTT,,, Qoods, of which"wo! :"will show a'fine stock "
business.. Capt. Rose Tenor $
the hasmany ,
ment. ,aiuoDfr ln, of Principle friends here who'/ alwav accord him
;h. page 1* tn cent I here on a* ,1.. a cordial welcome- when, he visits THEODORE SAUL,., I H.. C STANFORD '
liertlon. .. Maklnion. this, his home town Capt.. Rose still '
has Piano Soloist and Accompanist.;: THE ORt01NATOR"OP_ ik.OW PMIOKS IN KIBBIMMU, 1ss
returned to a warm place In his heart for Kls- "
= niiumee -and say* It 1* the pleasantestplace awwwwr..vHSwK ,
spendingSun to 1I..e.ln the state of Florida, "Good music is Code voice, _. ,,_ .__._--4

and' friend.. 1 .. .heard in a" language without i111gi1111111111l11111'111111111111111111(1111111111111111' " " "!" " " " " "(" !" " " }," " "11111UTUL" ,,
and family u
Local left Stencils to Order words. *

_-. ""'-"- ,,- ( of for their. Pelharn many' Rubber Every thing Stamps.In i SU Line Cl14,of. Metal regular and ., aaaaacacaaa. Q I WATERS &: CARSON GROCERY CO. | /

tYJK1NN ; I Stencil. Ink, Brushed, Pads etc.. on g** acaa ,,. ,

i Vienna, Ga., hand at all time. Linen :Markersfor HURRAH FOR THE E. i -. AGENTS FOR --
Wade, the,Tuner, \ \ church for the marking table and Individual .31MAPES

Mr.\V1)hiUal'Will Moselv : .beginning', '' .with linen.. A. M.-NiOKOtsoi Orlando Fl' ... LAKE HOUSE ) : FERTILIZERS' r.r

%Mr. P. O.;'c'o: art'iJ'wbO' ;: live out *
to *
town Wednesday. I send : gr_ i i i i .' .. '' ' ' >
uo" In good beyond Shingle] Creek:; came Into town I
One d j1allt.w4.'elr.. Bakery .;I )last Saturday afternoon and reportedthat I g Highest Grade-Best. Crops--Largest ReturMSf3 '* l- ;
and S. H. .,
Carr there was a badly mangled corpse \ "'l'; 4. .
nlp! across. .the, ,lake. 1 of Ger- lying' oq !tbe. Midland, railroad,, about" Perfect Safety In Their Use. u- f
Fewer gfJlone;. ; I \ Monflar- 8 mile from town. The author!tie* = : Y'+I
Thurman', who here decided\ from what Mr. l d1 are Thoroughly 'Renovated -. '' ' : '': T''v' ; ,1 .
Mr. .H. S. Smith : Kissl-nmee.. tin said, that the accident occurred in I -' ;;:;;;e ,
g= for Circulars i ot using.Acid i
Send showing danger
Tl.ltlnir hU ..- winter 'rood. Orange county, and-aonotdtngly wired ? > 3\
..mplM'I.and! may prlws to make the authorities Orlando. Upon fur New ManagementWe'.serve.the =5 Materials on our light sandy soils, and how great. ==w

KI.Mhnlllt' ther-investlgatlon. the body proved to t 5: losses were made by farmers last year' throughout : :
be that of Jame. Ro her son, who lived -.-, v 3 i/
Stetson lists at and w> \V4 not far from the 'lace where he was S= the State. >
Jack Whlddrrt a : were here the killed The Midland( train passed : *beat'me'als.. '
man 4,t Pulk County : in the Interest there! Friday nigtiV about 10 0 : Clean comfortable beds, ia'aiiuiuiuuuuuuuuuiiitiuiiiuuuuuiuuuiiuiuu L 1 uiiij ;, "

ihUwlc4ot. \ a 1 ; they have Ollj{ aqd It Is supposed that he attempteuHi -'-
service careful
board the train while It .. in Elegant .
Lewis Whldden. I II > wa mo- ., ,It.
Enwvsl priors 'In Frldav. ati' 't'fo'n. end.-",fell' under the wheel- attention!;; I. given: to all.: ;, "" ,

Oweola Market.Capt. I Grocery! ,Fair Suggestions., The ideal' home for travel .. t !:

i and tourists.: Reasonable a.. CARSON. .OHN Mo'LBS, N.I. CAIt80M. tt "
J. E. Editor Gazette era t ,t' >
Valley : P".I..t. VIP..ld..t. C.abl.r, 4.\ ',
Mondav !
He Tuterday irreetlnir his fine hi "he will pend We come to you for Information rates.: Come and 1.0.
Hplendld reports condition. Mr*. 'GeVrfre through your paper how to- proceed to investigate. tate' Bank of Klssitnitiee' o
M1.. Vlr' have a county bond election' A* weuoininence ; ,
,We carry" Wor<, ,\ in June to prepare a county 'w. A. KALLCNBERCER ;, rt' Kissimmee, ')Pla.? a a''
W. Dan..,. 'exhibit for the Fair, a very conservation '
be 'cold 'in estimate the cost of same sit less PROPRIETOR. -' --

The O"nal1"l' of nrlcet ...haD'ten thousand dollars, and .as it '. -. PAID tP CA'PITAL....../, ,.............:;.i R ,110 000 00 . ,
da** mualcal conr rt large Spring would be very unlllcely that there . oct,1
TtriHMHlay ever.lnir .. !' : .. to .get >>".- would be-that amount In treasury, we .f.
DEPOSITORS SECURITY... ,....... 100 000 ,
ausplov of\he j"<;i 00 s;
:; think that we should at once providefor '
"'oaWi; f late rnon : ; the dimmer i it as It is very possible that some DR. LESLEY" 1il.WEEDON.BPROIALIBT. -...- ..ii '.,
and Careful alt .u...
the Oath of It will be needed. to settle for late. Prompt "
Bargain; '
\ was exhibit- part.I .. trusted to.. si*.' Exchange good at all poJntja at cheapeatratea. .
' Jtev. W. A., buslne Mr. would suggest also that your readers Byi.'EAR.; NOS*. AND THROAT, .' '
tommenopi a series ) ", *, of SiipL Oder any idea ..they think' -'of to National :_ YOUR BUSINESS 8 LlCITE : ;;..
A. A. Private Ho'p-lt.a1. American
Shake ling ( Pine /; Simpson. render the next show more attractive.In .
11 a. nv., Church of (: '. Frldur and my opinion several more three Bank DId g, Tampa Fla. 1 .

; Du shfMis. $ Grocery.; hundred 'dollar "high art works" -> F might add to theefflolentey. of tbe. ex : '
! hibit. to attract settlers a. I have often -
ne. W J. C'aI' 'kyp'.x Mai. T. M. Kissimmee
.. ) noticed that *lch were powahful
to bin home ,
'lellverod an eloquent di awla." We might make this an opportunity -
: : :
on -account :
to large \ the
ure! a for commemorating ; 0SCEOLA .
, louse ] '" lngthrown fame of some of our noted statesmenand .f. .. .
runaway horse. have the mentions( such that the '
Set your hen on ',however painting could later be used to Drug Co. . I PARMACY. :
TiO cent per dozen and, will be decorate t.bel court houses jail and..- ;
Two powerful and ; !' ;; other public buildings. ., '

are bel Oil constructed agent for the If this plan meet* with' the approbation Besides!our complete line of Drugs;> Chemicals, : and<< /: ; ,. ', ..
dale for the work.of the best in the of the public we might start with : 1.. .

irlade*. -TalIahasse. , '. life size portrait of the Board of ,. Patent Medicinca/'we' "have now ,.on eale'tbe' asis'"ry, y .
Commissioners done, in oil '
,A1I woolen dregs ( ;. t*,at 'lh_ home. County and bronxe and also a "bust" of the. rl!" "
.. .
regardless of cost Ji Wf Ader- SYLVAN s RI S'T.OiL
county.done in a mixture of resin and ;" .
:Mr. Chandler I I. ; I It.lcal.t'ondlt.ton I beeswax. THESTORE', OF. QUALI CY: ; "!JI"r:, ;;:!',

her millinery More .by. 'a Thecaptaln fall which And I think\ that. this work: shouldbe E T ... ,!' ", " " ." ,. ,t'I'o'' : ": ... '
to Mr. H. C. let to some; of our local painter S _
he will be located In a year or' so and thus retain the money-rat home .S.\
I / which be baa these and I trust it
Smoke Weit are only suggestion ..... .SOP .
Key '
that we may hear from many.,of your For .
[Jo Cigar the .
on \
i ; want at the reader on the above subject. I" . ,
Mr C.F., .,.. + FIno Stationery -
Through-.i. and Sleeping CarService. Every.customgr gets a, Trial! Bar F
' Oakland; Monday and spent ; : ''''' of f, Kan. ., Perfumes, I on'Saturday.' ffl .
snore 'at this EAeotlvejan.10th,1900, _the Atlantic
antlywith friend.-- Etc. ISt'
spring several . Coa Line will Inaugnrate pullman Toilet' Articles- , . ,
FOK8AI..E Terra and sum sleeping car servlcq<.between J ackannville .
able for a well. the vnnany, Fla.. and Augusta, Ga. Trains WE '
i. "
N. J., on .
dew, leave Jacksonville 8-55 a.-ra. and J N ., '' *,
.hZra' Peters, of sail arrive Augusta at tiM p. m., afford- LEAD.y: n''A. ... .. yid
ter little daughter bride, Ing-dayllght service between the two C.' CARSON. P..t. ... N.'C. "YAN..Secn. .,.

nfl past two weeks I&'e do the run point Dialog car Jacksonville service. will and be .' ; 'J:' :a: ':E: t, T.s ,
operated between .
Ire.- Tj C Conklln RUfThNQ."
COMPANY. Yernassee for breakfast and lunch. WE .DO THE "
Tuesday. train from all South Florida
N.\1Inft- Ounces, ,. of tPmatllla, point make direct connection at. Phone 4\ Waters' & Carson Grocery Co. i {
with his .
lar* at Dunn's.Dr. .e Jacksonville affording/ the quickest ,
: thlw their \best service betweeq Florida and .
I > ,
TTarrU was Mm. Oli- Augusta., Kissimmee Drug Co < -"'''ot..I. sad Retail Doalrala> |J ,

")rjido-m'Ooblt't.- ..,'who" \. ;and'saddle- tr eU. _Stir_ .For:f u rtheprl''otol'ma."loD..t.1cketagent. - -- .. . _._. >....... : .. : .
I s 'or write, HOV&8rRI! Tr"'ALBERT I *' (J'R.e-- -E" RIE' .8 '
Buffering a'relapse ,, \ the W. B. J. O. Kirkland s: \ ..,. .. .' ,. dh'ar
oun ItlneHi OVBR8TRKET ,
D. P. A:>'T.mpaFla.Lettel' I bc.S. + Iy
Medium and i V. Price A .. :{oJ ..
wear, for men and I Tailors In To Kev. J L;: MOON' Bicycle Shop.Bicycles ) . ,COUNTY AGENTS 1'0. ....-..\ I. 1tW 1'1

firs' ; to take your KlbSJMMEg FLA. s
Mr. and E. !
ter Leroy !' I Overcoat.' Rev. Sir: Three churches in Bald- .' ,Guns, Pistols, ..Jr .1. Y Celebrated)i:i -rtIUzer8.-t I- CRATES} k ,x
from Mr Lesley'. : Roberts'! former wtnsvllle N: Y have bad their first ,
: ,
where Etc.. re aired, or\. short ,
irrove they I Ga., are lesson In DevoeT' II'' G JtA.lN; : E T C "
0 ,
: "
be few several 1 .
past week for and 'Ad- _:Dfesers. Osterhout .fc Lockwood notice.. Sy* I : ..-.. ,....;.. 'Ciroat.n sad PNo.a I. -r;:. ,
Uturday Western at meat the . } ,,": Comppt"t painted the Presbyterian ;. We guarantee our work to give F.vabb.dCCAealicstl.a. ?l .;. "
make a mistake 30 gallon'took; 22.Measr ,
Company, ;
i iMr will be '
when they satisfaction or money
*. D. P ) *. Hllogerland & Shutter. :H'D'.E'J3.' ; 'F"-ql ) ;
: K s 0 < $
>f.Mavs.vlNe. Ky., flOo. Call on painted Eplsoopal church; estimated refunded..' s W ? ;,

mee Wednesday' MKTROPOLITAN 40 gallons: took 28. We are also Agents for all kinds

remainder of the ., Jackionvllle, Same painter painted the Cathollo") : ':?xoa e. epeo'le. ..t'r
Mm. M. Katz, church; estimated 50 gallons; took 34.: 'of Bicycles: and have the exclusive S :: : ; uoel .. i '
tl" $ :.. I" .s. 'a
I Seed next Corn few -K;(pec V t. )atka, who has ,Of course", they estimated from what Agency of* the -County' *" ....,"'" -M,"" v.
da'lI. I goods, bunl-. bad been using. The saying ID -
dry ; .
!> they RacyclesOatalouges ..
orders with O. PI: I IJ. Co. here for. for the famous : -- ---- -- f
paint,and work 1* M or a5. a gallon: is
J., returned home ) furnished on applicaj I
eliofMre;Emma -A. Kanner Total. saving on three job. $125 to .

int country rellld n > > temporarily in $150-the painting' costs two or three 'lion''. 'The -Ocklawaha Nurseries. 1.

left last Monday for time a* much a* the paint, you know. !/ LI_', 01-...._ :, __, _._. r ., ; ; : ft 1
IIlmmee.-SaofQrd' .r' Co.. Lyceum 'Your truly Overstreet feO V rstr 6t ... I
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!Mysterious! ,be ejaculated... ,
.'qMATER7p: : : She seemed to lose heart *.
'"And 'ouwlll pot gor she .entreated 1 Doings in Florida

her breast.boavlag.ber 'eyei, wabderlnff I Nevi York/Marked/ by'Mast ?

,her form swaying/: to and fro. :

,. IL Tc1Ts "lie felt like crying, ":rea." Just to T T T T.T T .r .... T .... .... .... ......- T T ,.... .... I Impressive 'Services; /fo.'
calm her/ bllt be thought'benanxietyexaggerated. ii\\

Jter: .emotion' *: one i Young Woman's Tragic Death: ,New Industry, at Hastings. 'I .',

,j'' ought to restrain: .. As the result of the reckless driving The farmers of Hastings, always, AN IMPOSING PAGEANT' '
"You are moved-sald be, "by what ,
of an automobile through the streets *
to future possibilities o( p "I
Mr. Degraw's man bas told you. alive the
Aallt Yatbari R Aatbee of"Th. Forrakeaxte She 'shrank back. A look ,(:of ,Inconceivable - Of 8t.Augustlne Miss Drew, Of Boston;; that section will' ,Introduce a new'
r BJ W III /.a: terror appeared In her eyes.'Mr. la dead and her father who Is an Invalid I Great L..rong... Lined Streets Through
the largo
Industry as soon as they get, t. ev eeeecs e eee., : Degraw's malt f'she repeated. may not survive the- shock or Which ;Procession>> Passed ,
Jt :"- "Yea, I saw him talking to yon yesterday his daughter's, (tragic death. Irish, potato crop. off.. the nelds thin -Rider*
lie has been talking to too Miss Drew \T mt out for a horseback Has Horae Led 'Behind. the 3
CHAPTER XXL.Continued. of him. Ite would rather forego tbe spring. .. ;..
.-. Interview.But . slnee I knew Just 'what we have to ride. While on tit.:: George; street the, Uy mere accident they have found Funeral Car f

''r .Mr. Degraw who bad only put these .-- Just as be was about to turn ,, tear" narrowest in the city, an 'auto beldriven' UiatTthe soil of Hastings and that .--- "
sight of her face Her bead fell; she stood a picture at high';, speed approached her
4 gas-
questions for the purpose of teetingthe away be caught /: An Impoeing'military pageant'passIng .
fellow's truth, felt a mountain IUJT from an upper window, end though of abstraction before his eyes.He' Miss Drew, knowing her horse was ylilnlty la exceptionally well adapted 'across'Brooklyn ';'I
lifted from Us breastSlie. was not there ivns-nothing In her countenanceto '. 'charmed by, her beuuty,, hesitated spirited waived, to the chaffeur' to to.the. culture of cotton. Last summer bridge?, beet; servicesat '

show that she saw"inm b* stopped to-break the spell under which she down, auto however ,, 81."Thomas Episcopal church ,
y; 'cheating him, then, by coquettish wiles slow The driver a few volunteer 'seeds 'sprung up' and ,
had 'fallen. What "
into believing she possessed an Interest 'delight md gave her one long look, a dream It was to disregarded tho 'young woman's. matured into' ,thrifty 'plants, bearing on Fifth avenue and an. escort acres.' ;

la blm. She'was 1"eallYalanned, and, lu 'which was .concentrated''' all bis form bo standing and ; the here sweet In sight down-cast of this lovely face warning signals and approached herat : mao)',tine samples of cotton bolls, and' tJie'North river ferry to Jersey City
:rwoman-llke, knew no other course than hopes and.fears The-iiext moment he 40 mile hour where the body was placed on
whose charm ''was'ever' hew and ever a an gaitJust this without any cultivation whatever -, a train. q,
r ta humor the.won'shetl.'orl'd In behalf ground Ms-- nulls Into his palms In anger .
captivating to' him! What other face before the -auto reached her, to be takdn to Washington for Interment
Cf the man she loved. And had It for-be perceived that her tender! *
yet ,
form could Mica Drew lost control of the horse Encouraged In the national cemetery at Arlington -
befall all humoring on her part-those face was bent over Basket of'flow or ever' compare with It In by this strong/: proof,
t brilliant glances, those lovely 'smiles? ers.nnll that 'she was kissing them lila eyes and .-where. If be lost her.. and the animal 'whirled and bolted about a.dozbh of the leading farmers: marked the funeral In New

Yes for sbo ,vas an'nctrefcs. trained tojr' with passionate fer.ror. Oh, was It could he. hope tow look for embodied i throwing her .from the .saddle. Her will plant tmall fields In Sea Island York city Sunday of Urlgadler GeneralJoseph'

It., .for doing so.. With'a .cleared exile to- be made unbearable by this : as the word thrilled through his she was dragged several blocks by from two to five acres each Just -to confederacy and later one of the most

brow he confronted fue wan before. revelation of secret rapture over A gift consciousness, be'found himself look the frenzied animal. The horse. finally experiment and .convince! their'.neighbors prominent figures among the. generals.
r .11114. bestowed by his fraudulent rival' It log away and behind him to the open stepped Into a hole "and fell t'o the that the cotton crop j can be of the Spanish American war: 1

"*I am relieved by your explanations: ." was a thought too bitter' to be cherished. parlor door,Us where In' the huge frame pavement. grown to a great advantage In this The body of the dead soldier.was

said be. "And now It only remains for Whatever sacrifice be might formed by saw Miss As- It" was round that the young woman's section of Florida. There Is every wrapped In the flags under which he.
to consider to what hereafter be called to make, be pin wall. standing "With ber gaze fixed fractured and served
us together tiS upon skull was ,her arms to believe that this Is one of had with almost equal vigor
I od his and reason
an Inexplicable smile on berlips
course "we shall pursue In reference to couldnof and would not stand on one
and legs broken. Death ensued-some and --the stars and bars
tCs dangerous fellow;! side at this critical moment. Ab, she Is lovely, too and he the coming .taple crops of the Florida
of the confederate
time after the accident. states and the stars f
found hlmsclf.
him his to the front asking. as many a m.a' east coast
The other save a searching Making way rapidly and
r stripes.. Veterans of the i
had done before"why his heart should
glance.,. steps be mounted them and passed
have yielded 'Itself to one whose A Victory for the Trustees. ern and'northern armies mingled together -
+ Miss and the crowd. caprices -
"Are you; not going to follow bowing smiling through I Sea Island Growers to Mew
Rogers' arfvIceT" he inquired. Taking up his stand In'the hall beside I were constant tortureto him After hearing argument .of counselon in paying tribute to General'Wheeler

MAnd leave ,her -Just when size mayA n table well covered with books and and nptttrtue noble nature open mind motion to dissolve the temporary.Injunction i' The sea Island cotton growers, with the younger veterans ti ,

,ne(fi me most?" pamphlets he waited for her comlnlf.1 and serene beauty of this finest apecl- granted In the case of the bankers and business men of Florida of the Cuban and Philippines campaigns .

i : "Ucnow It does not seem chivalrous, down the broad oaken stair. Would men.of her sex.: There'was no. answer Tallahassee Southeastern Railway and Georgia will meet in Valdosta on of 1898 and iSVtf. The. routeof

but It may; perhaps, be wise" 'I her step palter trippingly from step To and with a sigh he looked back only Company against the Trustees of the February 8. It Is planned to socure- the funeral cortege was lined with

"Wise when you have the power to step or would It drag lingeringly downas to bear the slgnorlna murmur: Internal Improvement Fund. JUdge uniform reduction of acreage for great crowds, most of whom stood

) arrest tbls fellow at any moment If weighted with hopes or hampered ; "And what" did Mr.- : Degraw's, man John \V. Mlalone. of the second circuit the sea Island cotton growing counties with bared heads as the funeral.

, may seem best to your with fears? lie bad an Immediate say to you? sitting> at Quincy -entered an order of both states. I'lans'for improving passed.
"But I do not wish to arrest lilm just opportunity to judge, for almost '"Only what suoulj relieve your .
i dissolving the temporary InJunc- the staple and for a better handling The funeral took place from, the #
f: ;. ')'et.' His secret Is what we want to before be bad settled himself Into the mInd was his answer "He: Is-well, of the cotton and 'for a closer relation home of' General Wheeler's sister.- a +j
'I get *t, and this we can only reach by shadow; coveted he beard 'the expectant : he Is not our enemy and nothing can tion.This +
occur to us without his Is' a vjctory for the Trustees with. the spinners will be devised at MrL .sterltnc Smith In Brooklyn' (t,
t leaving him 'at large. Why don be aoimd..and It was as'lingering as knowledge.
of. the Internal the meeting. AH subdivisions have where General Wheeler
Fund.It died.
: Her hand which' Improvement The
. pursue gIrl. by the name cf Jenny he could wish! and as soft as was tbe lay on the open
a of silken balu.tr8fle. .tapped the wood Impa will remembered that this In. been notified to hold meetings for the body was borne from the house 'by >
Iogers And why, when be makes rustle the garments that accompanied .. '
:; their acquaintance does be forsake 1t.Summouing. tiently. junction was asked recently by tM' appointment of delegates to the Inter eighty non-commissioned officers of
i{ I't. 'some and 1nJure'other.? Is' It mania up all his courage he "J. wish I, knew what plea would Tallasseo Southeastern Hallway company state meeting. Infantry and placed upon a flagdrapedartillery "

I! on Ills partor has ha<< some scheme passed round to the foot of the stair serve," she cried. "Won't you take a
float which: Involves the wholesale and met her just as she was setting trip to New York Just for a week?' from selling or otherwise disposing what despondent over the returns I commanded by Colonel W. O. Dales,, ,

t" ajcrlflce of these Innocent girls? We her toot on tbe last step "No" bo answered; "no, I shall stay of a certain tract of more than they have received for their crop this served under! GenE'ralV.bef'Jer ID

w; ':o not know, but we are anxious to, ., ""glgiiorlna! forgive me" be began, here and if this Degraw as be calls one hundred thousand acres of land year, and we are anxious to try tho Cuba and on this occasion was given

ry;,: and that is -why I advocate leaving find" then grew' dumb, for her breast himself, shows even so much aj the In Taylor and Lafayette counties,) means which have been of such great the post of honor.' Infantry from Governor's -

slim! at liberty for a little wblle lopger.43e was ornamented wltb the hateful blossoms tip of his"cloven toot-'t. .' which the railroad company claims'under I benefit to the growers of short stupid Island, headquarters of the department r
:''DF l has no suspicion that be I III watched fit his rival. "Hark! she cried drawing back: as -
I cotton.
legislative gran'I I of the east United
i by any 'cne-tmt .you.: aid when you "You bare rot read my note}" It she would fly un-stairs. "Us Is ,; kt
nave taken He face coming now; I iiearhis voice ou the .- joined .Proce.lllon'll
:yourself away be will certainly looked up at her : her eyes l
show his hand,,and that opeoly expressed: terror; she glanced over bis porch. YoU have undone us both. I One of tho largest cargoes' of 'nlLval Former Midshipman I'ctter on' B. A riderless horse, with boots reversed -
head the can never recover my self-possebslon stores ever shipped from Pensacolii In the stirrups and a cavalry
at front door and back Into :Marzonl who was recently convicted
once"'c being cold blooded with the recesses! above ber. sufficiently" was cleared a few days ago on the of 'hazing and dlamlsned from the sword dangling from tho saddle, was i

a vengeance What It In the, meant !Have :you read It?'' she persisted: "It Is not necessary. I am going to British steamer Eretrla which is to naval academy at Annapolis., :aid:, hat led just behind tho caisson.

'"while'the present object of his attentions "Yen and T will obey If :you assure meet'hlm.ond unmask.bis pretensions go to Liverpool and Manchester. Tho returned to I'ensarcla, hla home. Ma"- i, The clrirch edifice was thronged, ; '

fells a victim to bis mania?' me that your dismissal III,. final-. that before this household 1 was going to cargo consists of 3SG64 /barrels of ; was Appointed: l to the* academyby Keats had been reserved for member "
"She will not., Thte time be seems you take these means to'l'M yourself watt, but I will not see you sacrificed. rosin, and l.UOO. ,barrels of turpentine I cVer of the Southern Society, the Confederate -
Senator: Blalloy: three
: to be really affected by the charms: of of a,.suitor! whose Importunity Is unwelcome Don't dearest," he pleaded for she the total valuation being over one yean Yctar an.' Association, the So f

the lady .he addresses. If' he Injuresher *. But-o. don't caress tho no bad almost gza: 'ped' his arm, "I' aux., undred thousand dollars. ,_ ego, and would hive graduated from'lie ciety'of the War of 1812 'and several

I am no judge of man or woman. flowers!" be. exclaimed breaking- Into master of this situation and you will 'At the meeting of the Board of the academy In three weeks had' other friends of the family.Reservations .
BHlde./'remmber. soon see him sneak abashed. not been dismissed In reply to que
there Is a watch his' own words as. be saw her fingers away Bond Trustees In
Gainesville held also' had been
cog at her sale: Nothing can harm spread lovingly over the blossoms fastened Ho leaped towardth*!.door. lie had Lions he bald that he did. not think: mado>> p
r, iber or shall harm her while I remain In her bosom. "Even If their glv-I its eye on his rival;.who WAS crossingthe i purpose of opening bids for a that he hid received Justice at th" for the honorary pallbearers the staff Y''

on,, the watch; of that you. may beI er were the man he seems It would be piazza to meet him, when Miss Asplnwall system of sewerage 'there were a hands of the. court, but'could do notu- of Frederick D.; Grant' United a late*'
"tore" stepped forward and Interposed number of'bids, and there were present would of Army, and the omeers of the escort.
an Intolerable sight to me, As it Is-- i Ing,, as It take, a special act
.?.' fife tone was so convincing and be "Sir did not you send me these flowers her firm figure between him. and about twenty representatives of congress' in order that he might be The altar of the church,was almost d

showed se much feeling In his 'last ?" _: ...... his secret 'foe. contractors'from all parts of the United telnstated. 'He will; however, appealto hlddca-n.b4neath the floral offering, is
i' words: that Mr.. Degraw; looked at him "No" "Bead $hls." .Ibo" whispered. "It Is 8tatea.; All bids were rejected' the president for a pardon, in order' among them a, great-wreath seat by

,In surprise., Sbe turned pale then red and raised the letter from Mr. Morris .It came. however, the lowest 60007., being I that his tights as a citizen"may; be.restored. President Roosevelt v ;
"Ah, we. fellows are 'Dot without her band as If. to tear the blossoms .In the six o'clock mall." 110,000 In excess of the appropriationfor " ": n'V' : The brief services were conducted

k ,heart" ,observed the maD "dive us aw >. ti\ ,l':' She drew him Into the parlor. She sewerage purposes., .-f The?,board. . ;"," ... 1 ', "" i,"' ':. by the Rev Ernest SUr... rector of ., .
ii ,' halt a chsuee and we .can' show our. "I thought yon did." said sbe. thrust the paper Into his hand. Mechanically :will meet again and'wlll advertise for :'_ 1V' t : ',j'1.1 I ?\ !' the church, who was formerly recsor'" ,

!- ''elves, as considerate the best" The words, the tone raised himInto be opened' 1ti} mechanically.he. other bids," tow be opened- anti: thirty '"'Notwlthstanillng" lK't" that the of the Church of tbe Good Shepherd'

'"But 7011 ,are not omnipresent and the seventh heaven of delight Had read It. days. navjc department has announced that In Augusta.. Qa., which Is situated near,

peril may reach her' -In ways .unfore-; be been conscious that morethanone "Dear Miss: A.-x>lnwall: Mr. Hamilton the Chips' of the North Atlantic flirt the birthplace of General Wheeler

'{ .seen and unexpected.", pair of,eyes were resting Upon Degraw.Is well-known person In this, ''The'Supreme Court, Iq an order issued will not rendezvous at Fensacola this assisted by Rev Morgan Dl*. rector
"I oo not think so.,, I am both liked them he would certainly have caught place 'lie Is a fine. Intelligent and to
year active preparations care for .
a days ago, called Hon. John of Trinitychurch.Dr. .
and trusted by my/master. Be 'con- her by the band'and uttered a thousand conscientious gentleman of Irrcproacb-
W. Malone; judge of the second them pre being made each day at the SUr.. in "
I fides Judicial beginning; his sermon .
every commission to me: f am passionate protestations. But the ablo character and connections. Tills l.I .
JUs right band man, and he will make hour was not propitious for love mak- wrote you.before. In peroon, he Is circuit to sit In the case of Nell Pensacola navy yeard. Stores by the said. :
no move without '' l> l me., .: ing. Besides'she looked restless and tall and i Imposing, and with its 'tIr.t J
'y, "Do you not flatter yourself T* panted with Impatience. word he Impresses himself upon you Lumber Company. appellee which addition coal Is being received in our lives. For we are met to' honor -

"No, He apes, the great rcitlman: '")Ir, Degraw's "?man brought them as a gentleman. Ills hair Is dark his will be argued in the supreme court large quantities, being sent from Baltimore the memory of' a rare .man. I do

and does not manual: work himself.. here. I should have thought' the do eyes gray; and'be wears a large mus on February 14, In place of Justice by water and placed In the not speak to you cf him principally '

t The artist sighed nor's name.would have appeared upon tache. If'you have any doubt as to J. B. Wbltlield, who Is dlsqualliled, '.bl ns.L. The construction of targets la as a citizen statesman or soldier for

"Well," ak] be. "I will.follow :your them., the person who presented my first Jet- _having..been_a trustee-of-the- Internal being pushed! and large forces'of men the-mere record- of his deeds Is far

wishes as. far as to try and keep away "It was, but I only thought you. ter being the gentleman be- professesto ,,.improvement'. This case Involves are at work making Other prupara-, moire eloquent l than any praise of ours

from the boose. If my anxieties maker They were lying on the windo\f seat, : be, ask: htm"the name of my little I the title ta. a large tract of land turns for the reception and caring for could be. It Is of the nan I ,think !

It Impossible why that is the fault of yon see ",Ob. Mr. Degraw, will you not one who was born three months ago. ''In Taylor -and Lafayette counties the vessels. 'It Is therefore believed! at this hour Waa he entitled to be '.
i human:. nature, and mUBt 'not count leAve me? Indeed 11 am In earnest If be says it Is JTrederlka Holcomb be- Wade's title being from the that tfic t. department .while not curingto
trustees, called great It Is; You., on your side, must when I beg you; to do so. Though wit sure he la all right,. for that Is the make the not difficult for
and the Atlantic Lumber company'slegtekatlve announcement-, has planned to'decide. Ho
promise '*iot only watch seems cheerful and-Jnoocent paradise name we settled to give her, on the you was distinguishedby I
,t over her.. but give me the opportunlt7'to before the fall there U.death' in spent with us before going ,grant to again send! the ships' to Pensa- courage without rashness. by' wisdom

assist yon'in doing so if his actions the air. ,.and you will be tbe. object of East We have changed It since to cola for a stay of about two- months.. without pride, by gentleness '

'become In any way threatening Miss itr '- Dorothy, but that he cannot know. A Rehearing Is Denied" without, weakness\ by patience 'without ' .,

= 'Asplnw.aH, wlipm will take Into my _..'Signorina..wereTtbat? >atb..... near .-",Wlth-reJ"lIra."t yourself;remain The state supreme court has 'denied The Carnival Association at Penaa- heedlessness and. by justice with-
.conf3llenee,- mast! ;promLe-lne tame, me now as :ypu: are I would not move. most.respectfully yours."HEHBKBT. the petition for a rehearing of the cola co-operating with the Louisville which 'always leaned toward mercy.

and with these two sureties before' met That you remain Is enough for me. MORIUS." Buckman bill which was flieiby} & Nashville I The body arrived In Washington at
railroad has ,
J ,1 I may suceee(,In restraining my inn. 'How could you think I would go after The artist refolded the letter gave Messrs. Cooper ft Cooper of Jackson j to advertise the commenced 10:55 Sunday Bight and was at once

petnoslty,7r5 1 )learned that the shadow of danger It back, and slowly sauntered out Into ville and Judge Arch Henry of Lake approaching Mardl taken to St. John''church; A detachment -
{j. aID "MjToa will. was the reply.i rested over these walls?" festivities, which occur on Feb
ball followed Miss City'recently
the JJe was by This probably'1 of veterans
war formed
Spanish ,
' '
'mot'e'to It you would go further, and re "But I. am ,not: menaced; oh, why Asplnwall, Who, gliding .by him, approached last appearance of the famous Buck ruary 26 and 27 and large posters and ,an escort from the station and s.
constituted -
tbe hotel-" believe met! Seel I bangers are being sent out to all
w>U :you not,; en- the newcomer with sta
man bill In the courts as it is understood
"I a of *
will. guard honor at
dons the,cat
treat. v, *' courteous dignity."Goodevening . announcing then event. The as- ,
?! "Tlaen f'thlnk"1uIUfJ' that the Attorney General Will ket ,
mUlt lmln. She put her two bands together, then ,""said she and'began- sedation expects: that Inasmuch as .
., 'ate rj'xV.nrr.: soon; and you will either Cod stopped ,.tp wring them, for his lookwas 'conversation that naturally and wltb decline the use of His name man appeal the mystic parade this ''year wilt be ; .
that his Interest to the United States:: court
'O Is no greater rethan_ Immovable' ease led up to the subject of Cleveland larger and more expensive than any ,VICTIMS p, EXPLOSION.
Y ,r. ttleem'd'to'be:, to some other "Do not call' the attention of the A few weeks ago the state supreme
quar and the people who live there. The ,of the previous ones that' the crowds ,
, tern, or that It Is of such a nature that others"', be remonstrated.' "We 410 artist stood In the "door-way with his court decided that-the act was constitutional that will be brought to Pensacola will Further Particulars of Coat Mine; Disaster -'
r the police wai feel justified In wish'totdghten them,or even,to ; and It was then
selling not supposed
back; to them; but be beard every t txs: much larger than any previous .In .Indl.... Territory. i
vpoablm'Inwhich ,
case big, arrest will enlighten them -as to the Importanceof word.and showed to those who thought that the matter would be dropped, '
L "cccor promptly and effectually." tbe ,matter we, are discussing.' It worth their while to watcb' him a but Judge'Henry and Cooper ft Coop. year. ... Fourteen lives were lost In the ext't

- .' I yield tot the nonce. said the art: Then as be law ber bands drop despairingly countenance of growing uncertainty, er'secured'permission of'the attorney' plosion .Wednesday in the Wattvllle

.t" And tearful ,of retracting' his word at her side, be added: -"Hot as the stranger's-answers came quickly general for a rehearing on the ground The mine near Poteau, I. T. The e> p1o-
wblcb had aom how. been torn from alarm1,yourself unnecessarily It It long distance telephone line of lon caused fire
you and without:embarrassment, even that not all the points Involved were was by damp. Three :
him. be broke up the"conference by U my -safety you >regard.' ''I'cannot when the Morris family was discussed. considered.The Southern Bell Telephone and Tele of tho fourteen bodies have been recovered -,

,S j. .xestnre; and.walked rapidly away In think that I'am In-any real c1aBrer. At last be moved to bide his agitation; graph Company ''between Gainesville but It Is t impossible to enter ;

.the direction of his present borne. nor can.I think that. you. regard, me ,as the 'crucial But before he bad :'' ". renpmlnatlon of Mr. John Me- and gas
being formally
reached It he de so. these trordet __. __ I opened. This Important
JIberately turned'.about and hastened Her'eyes: (lashed wildly and wltb an "){r. Morris bas a little Infant I be- Dougall,. postmaster Tallahassee toll .line has been In the course of recovery of other bodies.

,{ back to Jbe madsion be had Just left, incomprehensible -expression, .to his lien .Do you-know what name they meets with'the hearty approval of the construction 'for-some time Sad Its 'The explosion: occurred in entry

i T'' "I will toot,act the part of the cow face; r 4'n have given; it'Mr' .-egTawr" citizens of the capital generally, as completion places Gainesville in direct No.4. wheresixteen: men were'at

;" :.}!ZMII'I rjard/J 'he- Inwardly determined "DOl't' mended.- : /The answer was direct flnd unhesitating !- Mr. MfDougall has given entire satisfaction telephonic communication with all important work. Two of the men ,were able to a

: be''slav to,the cold blooded '., during his"long term of office. cities in the United make their escape.
''r'wisbetof; the police. She Is here and yon send 'me'.away.> 'Be _.'"Then''kayo called her .FrederIka.'At: State. i'.

',:.i? 4 will see h fg jf,only te ,good-bye.1" "I cause '70U f encourage''''cowardice'.Ina' east, that was the name decided upon, The automobile'route between West I1AMAA6SUITB'A-, PROBABILITY.. J. ,
1.'t./-' : 1 man: who bas not. to 'm7 .knowledge Captain John L. Ingils 'of' Port In. .
--- "" + on the last evening I. spent with ,
fjmilPTBB. .: Palm Beach and .Miami is now all the "
?.P -l ,,XXIL betrayed any great evidences of pusillanimity. them. a> . *-. glls and Jacksonville president of the
,,,' !: ,liltUza" 'xaTo rm-MAZK. .'. ..If you thought thbi other "Thank you" .aa'Mlss.dept twaU' rage, with autolsta; and .within 'the 'Dunnellon Phosphate Comp&117allCS' Judge 'Spe.r' Comments' 'on, Maeon'a

('binpetii-now': :'over, as D graw n.gtaw"al, great 'a vililan aa your response.-"I: have. been wanting. to 11.21few: days an ,enterprising .Miami president'of the Port Ingils Terminal Nw City Chalngapg.'' <$1 '

'.'' eould the sonnTof voices that word. Imply;you'would be asking for know: tot; a, long time."< And she. Inn, will, jiuton1\; regular,. line; between Company was In Ocala the past week .Judge Emory' Speer' the "UnitedBtatet

,.) . b"open'o/WIndow'/ ;;and the protection of the 'police instead of turned to flash .a glance at the artist the two: cities ,for; the, convenience and a'number ef his friends took'the court says' that the city''ccun- ,

+i Y' a..... !te11ti /'e aH the broad piazza.Ta > trying to beguile 'him from bis; Intentions >,He bad gone. .of;,tourists,iuod pthers;desiring 'oecaeloa'to'' presant,hlm with 911"b Macon, Oa4 should Inquire If :

( this crowd In bis )J....- by the frankest" and ''most;. coo-; N ,< To be continueLeta.r -. '*"E tn-make'tbe trip ',1.'tegulartacebdaloa7ilbenalntalned gent: tiYe piece 'II..r'. service.-af'! the? hav _Dot-Tlolated'another' tradl- "R

,f. ; -Matt 'mJ seemed Impossible.ta I flding of smiles_.. ___ s-._ ..wI-.. ,i" f i --i', ; ;and it'i."b.uey.etat lined and .with his Dame' tlon7 of the consUtntlon In;'the re-sen- .

..s.", .a.. ?i'IIo. 1t tbAilrrpt ,.aid "Yoa'dolagtnderatapd.l ** she'paate4ry"1ttugjaey'netiI.must'go' f : VkaW the'ronte'wlll J>-come'quite'popAtat -' piece''for, his. new yacht, 'the on very ten ng'ot a numbed ufprtaoner.wbo nt'

I;. Mat jrrefcewd GoandRltbi on inmy T'keM boVrtol. iud never gets any- as boon 'as tfle,'road gets smootn- The presentation: was .. Tuna! weep, the county chalngang.' .* and 'i ,,
\ entire
.ltat be'otter,the aece.- own way. If";you..Jove: m.. jrwi tbla ,;|rat\h.-haa lot ;of\tuu keepin' Si'andbettertims, icta be made' IDa.r'/; T'tfafgh aooor toluegpapeerenUtled; ; tO''J J ya''tuatlhsrg

1 tl//" that.wwsM. W..Mmendedn'M will Ytiu t :'m..\ Ail: TJetrse'do. .trust. .OIIP..JDI..N.ozlE:1"1en., ,-" : : .4.aa j. J .""I"J:!Jl'; I' ,.; .J.\j.., "-Jj, ..,c .. V"i ," from,',..custody. .

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'Suddenly: Copenhagen,


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Was "Monarch Greatly. Beloved by HU .

' 1"SUR' CURB IREOPIATlSK, ,am,SP . 'Subjects' and.RelaUrf by" Blood toHost
r t .z.colrlissa I' * v 0
r' Royal
tfUSCLD. '
!:AHa .
; B11JtKS BAa.. 1m jr .10 J FRO TEO FAT .- "';' To the Pacific Coast California Oregon .
SCAL s., Tr;. l In Europe. ?,, V -:to "WmlitnginB:
trip long transit\ and return' iuaks liberal '
t AN A TISEPTJ ; 'topororprivileges.
that stops brit J Christian the Ninth jklng T '"
F draws tart pam:; subdue, niamlIa the aged ." ,
of Denmark, who uirone'flltty.tbr
'' 'It+tl1 t...ENETiuiEs the .**:;'o the"Fibrous Titsnes r / Q' occupied' the The rate U i practically on the basis of ODe fari\\for' the/round l
u. a fn. clrGul&tloo or th. jns ,pro- years. dean: of the crowned
r Blood, giving the Muscles natUra! ; trip. Of refuse if wish to visit bob California and ci.Of1I'or
e1..Uc1tr, .,. beads of Europe, father of King Georgeof you. - r .
.. Greece., Queen Alexandra of Great Washington.."the coa4 lsalighd/inorerv: :: i' "\v ,

Br\taln and Ireland and of the Dowager These reduced rates are in effect on-certain: date'in months: 1'

CURED:, OF ,,,grandfather Empress Maria of King Fedorla Haakon of Kuvsla the of May to October,inclusive. They apply from all >Eastern'points <\:

PARALYSIS_ Seventh of Norway; and related by via Chicago,'St. Louis''or Memphis gateways. The Rock,1.LRild' 1 'i 1

'w. S. hiller, P. O. True Texas, wrltfli t '''M) blood< o; by marriage to mOlt I ot the System will take you up in-either cagoor5t.Louisiirathwtdrede: .

wire l1e arm had been when suffering 1 wu five Jean: with paralysis ba European rulers died :with startling of other Middle West points 1 and Carryyou to the Coast In through
penuided to u.. :BaUd'l suddenness at '
Know hive lJaime t, which effected a complete nr. I Copenhagen; Monday.: Prince palace Frederick in- Standard or Tourist Sleepers with unexcelled Dining ear'aenice..' 1,
.. also uaed It for old era. frost bite aDd skin The RocVIsIand also affords' choice of routes on'the "Scenic
enapUon.. It doea the work." his eldest eon. who will be Sth a

s"t .BEST UI'C1MEftr ON EARTH 'O"CI! TRIED ALWAYS &lam known' as Frederick the Eighth. will ,route'you can' stop off .in Colorado-see' Salt' Lake' City=risk.
''KU'\JSE ""U."SUQTITUTES .be proclaimed king;; t ',
t ?. Yellowstone National Park; on the "Southern" route you can: govia

THREE SIZES:, ?5c,:5Oc'and:$1o0: day:The evening omclal: bulletin. was issued- Mon :?s' El Paso thru New Mexico, then'up coin to San Francisco. I It rr .

BALLARD, LINIMENT'CO. I "His majesty- died at 8:80: o'clock ,t, arid on to Portland or Seattle if desired.* J '
ST. LOUIS V. a, A. -, this afternoon. After his majesty : In short,these Pacific Coast excursions offer an unusually good','

to had' conclusion brought j, this, he morning's appeared'audience to be i tl; ;/J ; ;, chance to see cue western country in a- ompreheaiire''auann! ..,; ,; 1'1'I

BOLD' AND RECOMMNDED BY' quite{well and proceeded to luncheon 4 If you desire to go.only as f ar*.as Colorado,there are excursion :"

For .'SAleat ROBERSON'S' tin Usual. Toward the end of.the'meal ..tea' in effect ,to that section and return, all summer long,;
DRUG STORE. .. be, evidence "
gave Indisposition
. "was competed'to retire to bed at 1:30 specially reduced ,Juno ,30 to July ,4, August, 12. std 13,; ;

p. m. ,His majesty passed away peacefully w and August 30 'to September,4*,, Extension! 'trips. tQOjdetss ,

KISSIMMEE the symptoms indicating heart or ,Salt Lake and return at low cost also j
.failure.". "
Tils bulletin tells concisely the + From September '15' to October 31, 1903 '...wayi: .

story of the death scene, which found I tourist or "colonist" tickets,,will be on sale to.California_ and_ !

:EtIVEE. ,r .Ot1TE. every' 'one, seven those who realized the Northwest-about half regular fare.. ,.. N

the Increasing feebleness of the king t'
.' .,. unprepared for the sudden shock. If Interested, send nun wad .ddriei on this --"-'.:d.dgcadeg'' .j

BTEAMEHl LILLIE: STEAMER R08EADA.. The death of King Christian has wttcli booklet wanted and to what point yea planlog, ,N-probable.. t

e% Captain'Clay Johnson Sr. Captain Clay Johnson Jr. plunged* half the courts'. of Europe date of atari abo, so we cast.II... definitely with respeet to rates,...)

: R rular weekly trips to Bastlnger sad return. Roseatfa leaves-iilul_ into the deepest mourning, and ;
nee Tuesday morning 'and arrives' Klsslmmee Friday evening.Special .
brought a sense of personal loss as .
Charter Trips to Lake OtfeecAobee Fort Myers Ullle. I
and on the
ComfOrtable accommodation for Rates reasonable. well as of sincere grief' to everyone \ s-i ................ I / i
passengers. throughout the kingdom of Denmark,
Tile most picturesque Waterway la Florida. .
reaching even to tbe humblest cot. NM .
For Passenger' and Freight Rates apply to>> *
taeo, evidences of which are shown <
CLAY *' 9 '
JOHNSON SI Proprietor.Oa everywhere; It has cast a pall over Address Mdlw b,

., board. "UUle." Klsslmmee Fla the palaces of the monarchs of Great JOHN SEBASTIAN- st eMeoPies.

'-"", Britain Russia, Norway .and.Greece. .Traf.Mgr. Rock Island System, Wa"aL-o ; sour, A
c = : : = When the flag flying o"er'the palace .
', CHICAGO.' .
was placed at half mast and tb"lIe..1 D..n..n._
> '
WORTH KI88IMMEE. s NO. 8. M ;'
spread from mouth to"mouth. It ;
was not believed by the great crowds -- -

L ''which gradually,. aBsesabled ,in the ASSERTION:: ,-NOT REFUTED N ;TiiI.w N'AI iWl r,

e.'W..; GRIFFIN squar in front of the :Amallenberg l. _, ."

a- "-4- palace, but when uncertainty gave ,That,Tom Watson's. Magazine Is 'Sub.sldlary ., l City i Bakery.FRESH -
place to certainty, those'In tine, assemblage Publication:to,;Town. Topical: :.

shed tears and dispersed,In'- A New York special ,,aye: Those ,

Fancy Family flroeeries . respSctrul, silence. '' who have been, following, the 'prosecution i! . BREAD PIES''' "'

: King ChrllUna,:who was nearing 90 of Norman lapgoodedltor, of ,

.. jears of age"'appeared fo be in his Collier's,, on a ,charge f t crlmlnel Jlbel. '
taual'health Monday:'morning. After preferred by. Colonel! )'V.p. Mann AND CAKE, :: .; ,:

"FRESH; n.EAT5.J taking breakfast he h.1d'a pubic audience and Justice\ OeueL, proprietors ofTown I ,
4Delivery which It has been his custom Topics 'are greatly' surprisedthat in's.Curtants I : .Peel, .,

i i' \ 1 every day., at any lour; 'patronage'solicited.I to do every Monday morning. The the case has.closed ;without any ..* Olives,: Syr-eel Pickles.. : . ,
: ,, reception was largely .attended, and evidence being offered to controvert ' Sour Pickles,.nixed Pickles." "
I i .tr' 1-his majesty conversed freely and affably 1'1-"a ... , ;
I , '
>',d. 1 the; statement' that Tom Watson's. ' 'Ij ,
r' "t' .'/ r, dt 1! I j ;:Gm't..J.;" :; ) : :': .i;:' i;.( ta _";ktsi'9Ia'" ;; . 'cox\,; ,w' y.: ,,', with a number of officials and Magazine Is one 'of tbe: 'i bli41.1, j/:,:," ."' '} J '/ r.UNC ,GOO " ,',,' I'I I\ .

::' ....r other persona:;. When .he function publications cf Town Tonics. j; .. " ,":, : '" :\

I : sov"1i & ,'OF' VOI.tA.N1C? ACTIVITy waa,over, the king,though, appearing atteuow It will be' remembered' that early ft.f'I I" :' : ',;"! "?/ ,;' '., Candy ,Figs", ;Da. \, 0411/; '
to be slightly fatigued
In the trial the treasurer of the Town -
lunchean with" the members ot, nil Fresh ''Walnuts Pecans yPeaniits;
"' t.
In a recently published 'volumeon every lava,stream n.arkod Ly clouds among'whom' Topics Company swore 'that Tom Wat ,\ \
the Dowager
'volcanoes Prof. C. DtUer'ucdertatest of steam evolved 'from the' cooling family son's. Magazine was subsidiary to. '
<>>> tell wby volcanoes have eruption lava., Atone; time--and: the Idea Is. :Empress of Russia and his brother 'Town ,;.ro} lr.,;, 'rhla.evldenoe.. created I ? ;;-- .

Ilclted rock such as U flung; from Vesuvius still common-this steam was 'sap- General Prince Han,, During of'in themeals"hhs great' surprise"at the tlme/'as 'no one teI teN..r..te4, fIi4'J'4n: ..,. .
to have been derived! from seawater majesty complained -
posed bad any,, Watson's Magatlno
of l.COu x
requires a temperature' which had obtained access to disposition and was assisted to ills ,bad any connection with 'Town Top ,.

Ccstces Fahrenheit >v that-It becomes the molten lava while still underground bed room by the. .dowager. empress ics., It was confidently predicted that
liquid only far down, In the earth perhaps but this explanation Is now and: PrInce' Hans.. would
before the trial closed evidence
: .CO or 100rnl .a. Below tbe generally rejected, being' Impossible In lust as the king breathed bis last '
bd&Introduced to controv.rtthe statement <
outer crust of .co le'l and solidified Borne cases and ,inadequate in' all and Crown Prince Frederick .entered( the High-Grade Whiskey
of the Town 'Topics treasurer,
y' ,
roc!It s there must be larger ,cone of the greater! part of the steam and ptti- room 'and 'tbe other members of the :
but no such evidence was ,offered.
"oSk< which still remains solid, becauseIts er emanations from n volcano are now royal family l1rrt"ed. !shortly Afterwards. the.
U-mporaturo Is l leas than that of regarded ,as directly ,derived from an .. So in the records" ot Hapgood ., ."
tho melting point: correspondlnc tot : original store In tho Interior.ot the : case tbe sworn evidence that''' TomWatson's .,:= 0: : 0:';': : ,: .
the pressure under which It rests, and earth. However this fray be, It Is cer- STAY' is'GRANTED HOWARD. Magazine ''II''a',subsidiary i, '

., c below tliapagaln there! must be rock bIn that the"magma from which volcanlo l publication of Town Topics stand c.

or magma In a state of fusion; It /Is to : lava. li derived is not'merely In Supreme ., ,!r-: : ; >
Issued States
Mandate by.United
.' this' magma that Prcf Doclter looks a state of Ism ou3, fua'on' ,.but is com- Court.; \' Th .:.verdict of acquittal for 'Nor gAPr,
ii for Jhtj t primary sour.-e of all volcanloactivity. blued with water and! cases, which are s man Hapgood waS generally expected. M'
At the samo time thirdeptb given off us -solldllei.I ..and by-taelr The_supreme court of the '-United Hapgood... as, edltoiLpf__Colllers| charged KEJAIl ''PASSENOBR,DEPOT KISSIMMKB!: HOTEL

.'' at which this primary reservoir of. carpe. frequently form miniature. volcanoes States 'Monday Issued a stay of the that .Town/Topics .was practicallya ., _. AND TUB GRAVES JlQU m. v.
face of lava mandate in the case of James Q. t. .'
; magma lies and the pressure under on the in: blackmailing publication and this \
which It la confined are to great that streams Howard under sentence' In Kentuckyto l charge 'provoked his prosecution' for A., R BEARDED, Proprietor; :
charge of
It !Is inconceiv trine solidification takes-place underground life Imprisonment the .
n direct eruption turn:: of Topics.. .
libel by the owners Town
4 steam and are In the murder of Governor ,
able. ,bat when by n'oveaieots In the the gases complicity i-
'r overlying crust or otherwise, a chan- expelled" and. If there Is no ,free e.- Goebel In, Frankfort In 1900.( An I '-.. -+r . .. --
'" nel Is opened the magma may rise to cape, pressure may Increase till It opinion was delivered: by the courton MALLORY QUARANTINE, BILL I ,NOW' HAVE' tHE LARGEST STOCK OF WINES, WHI8.' to

a uepth) where It.U surrounded by becomes great enough to overcome January. 1, which. was'adverse to """*""""" KIES AND BEERS EVE HANLED ''IN KISSIMMEE., ALL.. {

t'e*' rock at a lower temperature than the the resistance of' the overlying rock Howard.., I It Provides. for Stringent! cfntro. by l GRADES. AT. PRICES\ "TO- SUIT THBETIMES.. .\ .. .-. '
mailing point. In throe circumstances and so lead to. an eruption and the the United Statea. "
t- 0 : :: = J'" \ ,
= :
t V+- solidification begins. formation of a volcano. Rhone character MORGAN AND PETTUS The special'committee' to. frame-,smeasure '
quantitiesof ; will depend on the nature- of the federal .OIa1L-' d: ,
From ail volcanoes large for more general control ; --- 'S-
the eruption took I I' Jug Trade a., .
other reservoir from which Candidacy met In WsshingtaiMonday ;'
'" steam of earbonlfl acid and Announce .for Another. of Quarantine ,. .'.
"' evolved, and the course of place. 'at Senator' Mallory's,, apart-
; ? gases are Term In United States Senate., ; .
#II1e! o
'- R. B.,, Nlel editor_ot The \Selma, ments. The Mallory bill providing ? "&'
", .
I}p V, THIff*;. CRASS A-Vsi .QVAJtE I Ala.United, Journal States, received Senator m.a letter w. Pettus from, much regulations more stringent.was federal discussed quarantine -but- :E........**......* .............*A. ...u...... ...RSt9N8 t't ,:;,.... ,

the occupation 'Is fishing. A few days the ..nnouncement that he tbere wan no conclusion as to the "interstate :
of explanations euthorlxlng S.ALj''Q
4 Very curious were some ErA'G'L, E N' ,
t'' ." by.Qhlnanwn' of the previous to the first earthquake shock Is a candidate for re-election. quarantine ,provisions. The .
given : Macao the young man will 'meets\ and t'J
: which have been experienced Senator Pettus' term expire March committee again ;report
4,,:( recent earthquakes returned home with a couple of crabs and '
but the next legislature, will at a meeting of the senators
and M0 >. 1900.
felt at Hongkong. Canton ; and a few small fish. d representatives all the
:: aboutY his successor, as the legislaturemeets ; representing R. ,tVBUCGES.IL.ES :
iifeutelle noticed
:,' The Hongkong Dally "Nothing extraordinary was southern states, Interested., :;.. :
In four
but one_ 78&1'-
whole had been .
them! "Tie famous dragon at first but when.the crabs -
::1 an occasional them presented a peculiar Letters 'Were'recelY1acl from both : .
It has been to give boiled one of COURT. '
*:>}' ; privilege shock to the earth's crust! II appearance as on the, red background Senators 'Morgan' and Pettus. announcing ROCKEFELLER-- DEFIES' : . WINES,, ,BR2 iNDIES : -:4"'OP -
relief will be 'candidatesfor _
shell stood in gold that they
,*.;*$<: ", not held responsible for the recent home: ,a design of In Its white...which resembled a tb. United, States senate, to succeed ,Frank Telia'SherlA. Will Be 'Jailed' 4 "'. ...... VARIOUS' GRADES'' 1 1VIlhI Y
elsewhere. -
In,Macao and Than Answer. k'
scare Rather
character. 'Nel"hborl'werecalled themselves.
& to Chinese IeS AND:
/ Chinese attribute tie last and.the wise man of the. village 'FrnDkRockefeller refused! .to appear PIfiCE'CICARB. :;
{)" the water-dragon of Canton, explained that, It ,was ,the'kins/ before Attorney'.General Hadley .TOBACCO'
goon ;GUARDED IPArROU.; : : :
reclamation JAIL AND
hitW;:I, has been:raised by dumping the dally', of the.crabs. that had found its' .w*.y ?. : I'Crowda' at, Cleveland' Ohio Thursday, sad te.Ufy .- .-, ,., ,, .
: works., Coolies are woman's kettle. In the ot the
Into the old In the bearing case
;. Murderer
'stone on Bent en Lynching
I I. l' :' boatloads pf sand and' "Thereupon the village prophet predicted State of Missouri against'the. 8tan4ard it- '
beast cab. . Officials '
the Busy.
and Law
t poor dragon's back that some great calamity would Keep ' .' 7nheuser-sBu&cfii' : Bfc'eOHORAOIOHT ;
OU Company.:
J hurt. ,Armed patrolsof county ,and cityofficers l .
:Meanwhile '
urally feels village.
< unfortunate
\ t '
( the . ".
visit the ,
lcauses. served subpemon
that ths r* ,A'deputy sheriff "
"It appears,. however; ,and' the axe guarding the county, Jail '
; tHe crabs.of Macao '
t4'Y: ..
: were* tbe .Mr. Rockefeller.. :He report ..,that! /IHtT ROTTLEQt. '1. ;
, ..of earthquakes! neighborhood, having learned the,fate in Chattanooga and dispersing crowd I ", J a
. I. th."tol'7: ( Mr. Rockefeller: nald?,:saldj.j : .. r r8f1R1
c1"&biS' Here .
; of their .
....' 'C1otIe br the hot sprlnte is tbl laeJahlorhoodof available. bole_ -lynching': Floyd WestfleW.a'negro ; -I ;wlU-not appear cjjcajvtsppesur.: p" ..4OAN -"\ .
+ filling up every attempt '
.J' ,
., '\ Macao.ltandl aamall Yllo' land started to shake tie earth. Thus ' who shot down .an' officer IB and"there Uno, asstalklagr, ;about 1CThey : ., Off- SAT:''TOSt> -. .:EKCKJBSR. ,... ; .,.,M'f..'..lllfil...... -","'-. ,'..-...........-.-_,':i.

;:, "; \1ae'"ber.llI"nY'e., an' old, wooll.Dwbo was their displeasure-at: deota,of- the !southern nart of,Uv county a,tew may. send. me.. ,,10"1): .It'. .' theyWant.U " 'I4".tlW..j.v"i/. ..< ": I.:'" .."jr. . ,,"''''l oJ..F..:. ,I ....
tbbe.thermother :
'( ?" pasthe: misfortune man .whose,101' ,. the ling crab,clearly.shownl"" : des;: nine..: A. -J -- *1 4t ... .' ; ,, 4. ,. ,. ..,..,, .. -,." :
(.. ,of an unworthy; : Fpung d .. : 1'rJ ;,,J.,.. '.. _. "I; ''''''; ,.. ,. ;' '!.' ,4 .,I',' tt,' O -.
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; ; e Pleasures aild, Inconveniences \ DR. R. & G. GOLDSTEIN, i The Mutual. Life Insuranci

,.. a \ \ of a Trip to the mediterranean* OPTIC SPECIALISTS.' **' . . .

ft... or'LOUISVILLE. KV :
. ,L' of Florida.
!*? ) '. ' ( ay EDWIN S.. BENDED., Company \
;" _
(i1' 'Ott '. _rl\t the church 01'then walk through a very narrow dirt alley I : .

n'4 : :;*,*tl,:..,; c, ...)church of St. Mary for some 5110 yards, aofd come to'a, Returns t toI KISfmrtttt i L. NrMILAM, President.. S. O. Wl't'SON, Sec'y-Treas.; W, F. ANDERSON Qen'I. Man';"

.one.can see at a glance its wonderful' place wherein the distance porhapt: .' '
"t i,1f age., Iii the 330 handsome Is the '"Held of 1" M =
year a two miles pointed out

I ; ",,' ." Basilica wa erected here by order of tha"shedherds,'' In the' center of wUtoh; \ Monday. ; February! 12th. ." Forty Daus alter District No. 1, comprlslria Polk and DeSbto, Counties, had beoraanlted ',

: : 'EmperOr Coi"tantlne, !and the asser'tton : Is the shepherds grotto, and tradition .

..i that the p.sen' church Is the say that In this grsfcto the angels 'ap- .. . .. tfe\\' had carru'cven, hundred applications_ 'I

iV \, original structure 1a based more upon : peared to the shepherd. '.

the simplicity Its'style and absence 1""? On our,. return totaka, 'OJT carrlaira Will be'at.. ': Fee When Application 1 Is "lade :
q5 Of oharacterstlcs. of the .buildings of I ,:ve enter the Milk Ordtlo or Womena ,Hotel Tohopekaligaa I f p papble ]

v the subsequent erA orTusllnlan'and(l i i. 3-UerD. and while there are' many; Few:-Days-Col/. ,

Its specially Interesting as an example many"traditional'thing's about Pal e..- .. .Promf15 f to,25. Clans 1, 250. ,A.Dnual Dues,,.* .'5. From.40 to 45, Class fi, $4.50.. 'Annual el't1.a:;

.df.lbe earliest Christian style of archt.tectqrtf. tine the one In reference to. the n-Milk . From" 25 to 30, Class,- 300.. Annual Dues, .?.V From 4J.t.o fiO, Class 8, 0.00. Annual Dues,' l.JV.

.. -... ., In the year 1010 this church Grotto: In my estimation Is the "IfmlttTbe From 30 to 35, Clans 3, 3.50. Annual, Dues 1.00. From 60'to.S5, Class' 7, 600., Annual''Dues, 1.60.'

1 -...Is said to have, miraculously escaped grotto Is about' lit feet.long:, 0 feel* .. .. From 35 to 40, Class 4. 4.00. Annual Dues, 1.00. From 55 to 00,. Class 8, 7.00.. Annual D.ues. 2.00LJ1Tha :
-. destruction .by the Muslims under wide and about the 'same in height. ,
r Jlaklm and the' Franks found the The tradition runs thusly, and for '''' i initiation U 1. paid but once; annual dues, twelve months after. date of policy. No other dues.

t 1 .,.:Church uninjured. ''ThroubouL the .many oe'nturles has been believed, 'in except.incase of? death when ,each member Is assessed. '$1,1 Sf- The first $l.Obo'ls taken.out of:ithe

ynt l 'aoooul Ll. Of all* lobe pilgrims of the bF chrisilaus and Mualins. (in County : 'to first claim which
1 Many persons do not see as well as initiatory fees.. and deposited the Polk) N.ationaUBank pay will w
t, tip; ;;.-.mld'1 ages there remark; The holy fa'nlly onoe sought shelter they should. Some see well, but their be paid at once. -.. "

-4I4 an unamlnlty"regardlog the situatlbti here and that a drop of thS Vlrg-lDs eyes become tired. Other. 'suffer with ..
''i a'od'arcbltecture of the church, milk fell on the floor of the grotto, headache constantly'1 periodically, '

. that there can belittle doubt that it and they have' a superstitious belief which' medicine-- does, ,not relieve be. The Best Plan and Cheapest InsurancoEverOffere5kIt

,bus ever been altered:. that lobe rock of this cavern has the cause' 'the' headache cones from eyestrain

,., .i. On Christmas day 1010 Baldwin was ,prop rtv ;.of Increaiiog the milk of and the only remedy' I I. pair: f'. "

,,,1 crowned king here, and in" 1101, Bethiehem --.women, and even of animals, and to of gasses, properly fitted'by; one' who .. 1. t3 the of1TJrge .u.ry ponryo EIllaer: tofrlwaacJUs hates hS.. :CS.vs..lon AUe4 ;;
.: was elevated to the'rank of -an this day round cakes mixed with dun understands the their defects, taa.d. =. '
eyes qytociy., ) your' 1 .18'h.'bQr. to Join:." alt oaa.e. *.;
;" 1143 1180 the from the rock are sold to pllffr.lms. :' ,
episcopal. From to Byantl'ne and their relations\ to human llli., _. :
1 Coninenos- The rock don't seem to beworn muoh'f \
l & emperor .Manuel 9thinst..John S. Erwin, a member of this District No... 1, died suddenly of cholera'morbuLNotice .
1 I, 'caused the walls to be adorned with think perhaps they get their dust for. ,We Exanlne Your Kyr Free of On-th '

fl' 4' .glided'mosaics, ana the architect, who cake mixing somewhere else, one planis . Charge. and proof of death was mailed, to the Company on the evening of the 9th and received onI

'" iii .-executed the work Introduced the effigy as good as another, where- Ignorance And when we examjne them,' we' the morning of the 10th. By'return mail a check for $568.00 was mailed to his widow.. _bo.f':?|

1.1' of the emperor at various ph.oes. Tbechurch'was Is bliss. mean a thorough' examination! .. was beneficiary. Read what she says: ?
covered 'withlead, in 1842 We now take,our carriage and. find complete as .can be' hid any where-at
she roof Had become verymu'cb dilapidated the ride borne a little more comfortable
".4' price. We explain to you what .
':{ and was repaired by Edward on account of the weather, but we are your trouble is. ;you get the benefit \VAVCHULA, FLA., Jaouary1Otht. ; ltOO., ._ ....

'Ihe 4th of England, giving; the lead for bunched up just the same with our of our experience and knowledge I -\..... The Florida Mutual'Life Association.
t.ati. Abe'purpose'towards the end of the 17t.hI" German friends.We arrive! home My husband John S. Erwin, became a member oftbe Florida Mutual Life '

eentury, the Turks shipped the lead about 6 o'clock and dress for dinner. Eye Strain. Association, his certificate having been Issued December lift..-I91Y1 lie died
.''rom the roof" in order to make bullets. The evening. Is spent pleasabtlywith on the Nth day of January A. l>. Iii, and on the 10th, I. as beneficiary, recelved ?
t, Consul. More headache. and nervousness t Is a check for the sum of Five Hundred ana Sixty-Eight Dollar. ($'>.VJ8.00, ...
I" JChe various sections' of this (great Mr. Merrill our\Unlt\ States caused by eye strain .than all other "' being One Dollar for each! member In his district on the date of,his death. He "
) uuurob: placed uuder the special care I bad purchased some old coins and causes combined._ Good vision isabsolutely .had only paid thellum of Six Dollars (et6)). which 'not only covered cost of '
."f .ol each body of Armenians-, Greeks he went over them with me to tell me the Insurance, but initiation fee ss well lie also carried two Insurance policies, v
; i and Latins and are'tutuutelj measur- wherein I wa.'Soaked, and where I gota no proof that eyes are one In the New York Life and the-other In the Woodmen of the World. The
good. Many readers of this articlecan amount due under the certificate In the Florida Mutual Life Association Is '
i\ ed and'partitioned: off with tbe view of* bargain. I did not get. very wet see perfectly but they suffer from I the lint to be 1),1<1. I would earnest!/ urge all married women to Insist on

i. minimising the causes for quarrel however, some nervous ills of one kind or another their husbands securing certificates/of/ membership la the Florida Mutual Life
411111 more than once, the question Mas Retired early and'arose early and and think hat.their Association and help swell the membership to Its full limit, and thereby locre..e *
j &0 which should regulate the arranged for a carriage drive to Jericho never eyes the! amount of insurance for all In a Florida corporation which is safe,
m party are the cause of It all. They may cheap and prompt in settling claims. '
the Jordan River and the Dead .,
opening and shutting of a door has '
have taken medicine1- without getting MHS. B. J. ERWIN.
Ii' Sea. After hard drive of about t
nearly plunged all JCuropeinto war,
relief, or they may have suffered, '
and I believe J it is stated upon ttoudauthoritythit five hours passing through Gethsem- there remedy. I
was no
"? the terrll"eUriaiean ane,'. Bethany, where Is the tomb of I

xlIl' :I .' '''[war really originated In some such Lazarus, and the site uf the houoe .of Properilassewa.d, Proper FramesIt LOCAL.... IE.ECT'O: '
aDd Martha we finally 'arrive o .
r .Inleerabl 'lquab le among the chrtstNat Mary Importance that glasses i
guardians; of the birth place of Jericho. the seal of a Mudlr.' It great F.VS.ZJZ'I3 aISTh7.ICT: ,
, should be properly ground and centered
'. Christianity. ,This jealous petty.rlvalfy consists. of( a group of squalid bovelsinhabited and of the best quality. The 'M. KATZ. President. N. CARSON, Sec'y.-Treas
about 300 souls, Like
I is still as yro'n as ,ever ''withIn all the other inhabitants of the Jordan frames must be fitted that they will DIRECTORS;; H. C? Stanford, Dr. M. J, Hicks, C. A. Carson, J. S. W-il'ker, -
these outward
saore ,,
prwcincts peace
hold the lenses In place, so there will I II
k being: with dlffloultv maintained by Valley those' Jericho appear to I the from lack District Manager Osceola County,. A A., SIMPSON. xf1OTIL'B.
be damage to a
no eyes I
If* Turkish.00Idlers, 'of' whom, two ore be a degenerate race'as the hot. and of harmony between the centers of the
s three are always stationed onguard unhealthy climate has-a very-enervat
lenses and those of the Many
before the altars, while at Christmas... IDa eft"" .. The villagers usually eyes. '
work hare
," "".n'the great festival. of the Birth of ,crowd around the travelers with offers otherwise been a failure good from pieces this of cause alone. Owing the scarcity of wood and W. B. lAKMQN COMPA]
: -- TSxrtst U being celebrated U is' cot to execute a dance accompanied! bysingiog the distance to" haul hereafter spill
: ; ye, Children's ,
Eyes. stran
Dun't'neglect your stove wood will be $',11':) a ,
both of'which after .
... Common for serious d disturbances toe having in ''II'I G. B. WOODALL..
Office'hours from 9 a. to 3 p. m., -- .
, ,' place in of weule) been teen and beard Are fearfullytiresome. 1 / .
\, > spit a regiment. ,. : ;\, : ,, 'AGENTS FORJloridalFeftilizer '
. .v . ,
_:';,:? ., -3s'toaletq; soldiers. This Is with thieves \ ''f'
L.". '''ti".""'''41oi'i'' "<'"-'7e new pass through' the church toe and one country Should be over-run careful. to carry as M3M : k ft tI' ', 'f Manufacturing ?
'i"I r / .if"'t \ Company 1
,':bw, i;;rear, aod descend ',.toM! ':Crypt, little money and. jewelry with them as ' ,
\ .
' .
; ); possible.. 4 '
:i'S p tiwhlch'testluatedunderthegloatchoirt /1
.;' :" ..""Y.:' ,!'f it has three entrances,- ,two from the The the entire'Seuf"a.Uey. of Tiberius the Jordan and' between the .. MAYNARD LUMBER Co. r ,_ Of QAINK9VILLK, PLA. "I i';

.;.,. '( choir and one from the church of St Dead Sea has\(:recently been declaredto ) '
\' Catharine., .The two staircases descend belong to the civil-list of the .Hul- '" : Makers of High Grade Fertilizer' !
trj; through doors direct' Into the tan. of Turkey. There is nothing of and '
Saw .Mills.
.i"" .' great Interest l here to see so we drive I Planing
: chapel l of the Nativity the most of AH Kinds. .
1 v "v-' along to the ford of the Jordan.- The .. .
Important part.of the cr/p, of course, Jordan. .river from Its source to its ...
It Is lighted lamp'13 mouth is about 140 from here. Now In operation., Complete-House Bm.'Furnillbed. ,
by.32 *, yds.. mugs
long and 4 )'4s. wide and about 10' ft. After being warned lei \lake a supplyof Yellow and Pitch Pine Timber!. and Lumber of .all Kinds.. Orange Tree. fertilizers- a Specialty.

Y G, lilgh,. the floor is of ,marble, and the ,drive drinking to the water Dead; we Mei started The. on'route our ORID7TR5: P jLF. :) .PRCMP'w.MAYNARO : ,. -----

f walls are lined 'with marble. Under lies along the bank. of the' river .. .
;'the altar .In a little recess to the east, through the bushes, and then strikes _' LUMBER Co. *.;**....*e... ailt8awit+Hat isssa4..4ieie.1etint

,a silver''star" U let into' the' paremenjt 'soil acroa U coated the open with country.a strata of The salt clay and ,. {) 3Zm : i
u j, the lnscriptfon, 'Hlo de- Vlrglne gypsum, apd Is absolutely barren. f
.-. Jesus Chrlstus niuus est," around this Alter a very uncomfortable drive .of J.

;t; .recess.15 lamps, are bur lng. It was one b< uii we reach the bank of the JOOCoOcClOClCClCCCGOOCCX = .
this that Dead Sea: which U12MV. feet below the ooot .. t ,:
1 upon spot Christ
was sage' level ol tbe Mediterranean The Dead i- '
a posed to have* beeu born. Livery Sale 1 j .
1} Sea: is 47 miles long and its greatest I :'
: Just. opposite the recess'of the Na- breadth. 1.9' mil.,.. 'l.'he Jordan iiivtr ! 'le
-, tlflty are three steps decendtng to the. falls into the Dead Sea in two arms. W. B. MAKINSON Co., A '.I.. 4t::i .c: -
the latter of Its levelso I
r'f4 r t ''chapel the manger, the manger ta that the part salt water course mixes being with that tffed l? l StableJ. )
which :
to tradition: ;Christ. or the liver up to a, considerable distance -' DEALERS IN
) 1J ,
was once laid.- It is of marble the from the mouth. On tue east
bottom1"" being white and the front add west sides U is flanked by precipitous |: W. MILLER PROPRIETOR

.. x' ':brown, wax doll lying in the mountain*with often little or no ..yi
;1,1iIj ,
space between them lAud the water. | '
'+10 represents" the Infant Jesus Tbe 2nd- They say that at the south west end of. GENTS STflNDflRD OIL COMPflN/\ .

., ingot the genuine manger, which wascarried the sea rives a hill of salt. HARDWAREEVERYTHING .
t..tT t* ,to Home Is attributed. to the The main depth of the Dead Sea is' J Broadway, Opposite) Postotfl e.t!
r 1310 feet, and it lies' 37SU feet below '
;Empress Uele ... '
; ..y Jerusalem, and this is what we have . "" "' 1m.xne: "lor: = c1a. I"" .
'i We/now; follow the subterreaneaa :
..w" !got to tackle going back.
.' passage toward lobe west at the end, It has been calculated that 6) 'mil I .1 I.

' *,of lj we,find a round hole on Lbe'; lion tons of water fall into the Dead : :: Phone ::1.0-_ Alt Kinds ,.:a::e Liing.: i ':
Sea dally, lobe whole of which "
ot quantity
out which :
c U
water said to have
a burst forth for'' the use of the holy must and .in be consequence carried off by'of evaporation thin enormous -l : :1Ml1F1k/k1ktM1Ml+..#........411./A1FtFfkh/F/ +FIkltM1M'. .+MF1a..."iF. 8'' 'i

, ... .famlly.c. evaporation, the water that remains NEW: !iSaddles | -
e' ,Passing through a door! and turning behind becomes Impregnated to :
-1" .to the right,.we enter narrow an uuusual extent with mineral sub i :l
; '' pas stances. 'rh ' oootains.irom 21 : ATLANTIC: COAST LINE
) +' '-fl'' elD.\be,1'"-'t., have \\eoDI to 20 per cent of solid Substance 7 percent rt.
"'! f Jiewn,by the, FrabCllJ an in 1478 JtJead of which 1s. chloride of sodium OR = 0 '

\ i,::'fl. ..*,*to to have' !the chapel been where Joseph is:. common which'saltt it contains the chloride gives of it mugnesuiut a bU--.' -- .Harness ,THE THROUGH CAR LINE FROM. FLORIDA*,

conynanded .
"r'f'f4\ by tbe Ler,nau.euulI1 taste, while the chlorideof r I ,
vt vte. ill to flee fat, Egypt ,! ualcuim wakes{ it feel smooth and Stoves' j
;: B3: ,r deKaaA fin steps Into the; oily w tbe touch. It is almost impossible . ..... ....,
ciyr ",- ;pej Ot.thf.lZaacoebts.j; ;where, ao- to sink In H. _One can lie on : ToE S" ver its own Rails to Savannah. 'Charleston,,!',
ili" Jag to tradition its surface 'without any exertion. I : a. Richmond' and W4ahlnr"n thence' Penn-
: a of the f5th cen- tried it and I and I Tinware Glass ) Via
know think ;
... :'; 'Berod,esued'several' children I could have walked upon it, one.\ can ..- LL "AIL. s lvania'Railway.. -..

yt: slain, -wtn>','bad, .been brought only submerge himself with difficulty : To (Via + :i,
omtry"and Louisville & Naehvlle"
West '''f
'tliere ,at_ Jy and swimming Js very unpleasant, and Paints '
I or their mothers \
I. ,'*. '' / ) when one comes out of thee, waLe.he -, . : the .. and "Dlxle Flyer Route" Via'Atlant's. "II
+ lo a 'straight .1 f
Proceeding direction
yy ,( feelu if sand '
as paper instead of towels .. I
: & Ooean for
sloeam.hlp .Compan.7.
I. K. \: ;Iwejreach'a'stair: ; ascend loir.'to': the would be Iile' '
; ; proper requslte. 'They : the ast.'New-York.. aDd Norfolk
t1adelphta' .I.
?i =:: ehtirohof-8t.:.:, Catharine,,* and-on', f.urn-- .ray !.he' IIkhl' becomes irritated by WI11dowj-Shildes, Matting, and I New York ''W.lbID.t.on Boston; ant. Balt.lmore,

: N;! i('Ing, 'to'the, left'W' co'tne to the; .altar bathing the. irritation In the has water but. 'up. to date ; ..f :; .. ... I rla Savannah and Merc'haaa aDeI"MhJerl Transport;'l
fi "h ; .iitbhs .. not shown up. Via Steamship. tat.IOD Qo..-B<lmon and Philadelphia' ; !
''t:V $, tegd lDb..of..J; of pymons.. and JKow we make a start for Jerusalem, Farming ImpieiiientsjAgents :
.., .. T biPti rrou 1. the tomb'of 8t' Jerome satisfied with having- seen the place : Key, West and via'Penlneular 8a Occidental
"e', i\.t-hewn In Ibe'rook'and' : ,baa .0.>pttpwa where Christ was baptized,, and we __ SteaMsh1p .
i' I; 1 heh for'tiboet'rthrgei I 'centuries, and! have seen Jericho. and the Dead .Sea, : ': : __1 { '_ -- _J_': , I l'' ftVftttftei, : _' _ :Compiny;;' r
'Y',. b -9.l bda peptllalaaXa! '' .and'":her ,After don't a care fearfully to)see hard them trip agaln we.arrive- '- ( I I waited Route,Ohh1810"of the celebrated norms train6 1&e4,"ew sad DillS.York Fir.:A. Vtorlda,.. .,.lllpeo. .. '4,nOl'k1&aa4.. "W"Ja.u.!. ..A
!t. .1F "" whlob In Jerusalem at t 8. and.. wet for the PinSBURGII j,, : ;$TEEIL 'ftiJCE.'
r F*if J *II PM* wv ,' are r op- p. 'IA.* ,
f'1. '. f't'\ .poM4 blab. baea.. .. pointedout"as, .... >uohthr leave Jerusalem tomorrow for' Jaffa, i I Qaickest i Schedules'yperior! j 'er vice:'
. ... .. where take /
'1" ,.f,::,' '. t, ; '! 'we retire we*arlyi steamerfor.well satisfied, Beyrouth.with our! 'Get;'iQiifrtirices;: _:before: buying: 1.; (s Wb s.q es..eashansksseJ n ,

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