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: March 30, 1906
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00222
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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Council Proceedings. .Klsslmmee. to Fort' ,( .

TOWN HALL, March"2, 1906. Myers by ''Water.If. ' = ;
The council 'met In regular ad: SPRING GOODARl tlVI Q.

ONVENTION. tourned' etlon there being presentW. Ttinrd.s .
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L. Vrn Duzor, president.; B. M.Ptanp'EL. . Jeep Olv.* s \ -

J 11 ; Lesley, W. C. Bass ,,and Splrsidld D' onptlOB. of' This
J, R. Gilbert.Jr., clerk. -
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any Interesting, The( matter-of ofHoer*' salaries for .te.t.1I1I: Trip.. )Largest Stock '

r pers and Speeches. the eD.uloll1ear was taken up and by .'
unanimous vote of council same, were is I
. The V.lle. Oazetta indebted to ' tl
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of
follows ,
I fliwl: a ; Salary mayor
marshal and tax collector .AT..Harry '. Tburman for a copy of Latest
JGOV. BROWARP'PRESENT. '180! ; salar? of : Styles:
; $000;.salary of Treasurer, !120; the Germantown, P*; IndependentOaceUe '

I 1 I I alary of clerk 9420; salary of alder- containing the following In- .
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AIi the Old Officer Re-Elected, tyeo. one dollar for eaeb attendance of eresllDK write-up of the trip>> from .
regular meetings Bonds of officer Isslmmeo to Fort Myers by water, Lowest Prices' "
; .4'Th. .MelD ral"p Euthus- from the trenchant of Mr. Joseph
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1905.E.
fixed the for
were same a* Thuraian . . . J
ed With the Meetlsg.e | .,L. Lesley, chairman-of the street : -
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We bare Just returned to this placeafter
Instructed to have
J. committee was WITH FRESH HONEST GOODS
''ASSOa bridge built.on Campbell Station road, a trip to Fort MeN and backvia CONSISTENT 4' : "
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Stockgrower -
Southern .. "
i Lake- Ok. bobee.. This Is .beI..me -
convention also to make repair on
met In annual sIr necessary took last a.ad.AI 1
trip we Tear .
turt house tiera yesterdays The bridge/ scrose big! ditch on. Broadway.A gave you a full account of It .then'*I .-=.' -'..!-,,-- --- .LL.:. "
lane- was not )lurge' but among : discount'of 25 per cent was allowed rill only add that a* soon as this trips T
present were Some of the cno.t I, on "asl.ale certificates against .! better known I-thlnk: It will become plaecs in Florida;, but to my blind nnt1nn'rn"( ftitttttttitTHttifTTU' ; J nttn!"UmtIt1mtnw
Deed end progressive stockmen la folio wing.described property In case very popular.At there is none of them that can compare

ate, who are earnestly seeking 1 same were redeemed within thirty day present there Is no regular boatrunning with Klsslmmee as a. quiet, ::::: FO. 1 1t
ise the cattle Industry above the : (;wlthlnteretr on this route, but by applying peaceful resting place. The climateis :::: f? ,
b cow" Blair in Florida and I Iu Lot 2 Block 13. Bass addition; to Capt. Joh.oa.oa, of the ,steamboat delightful{ the ben I have found t
M beef that will lie aooeptable I Lot 1 of Shoemaker' ub-dlvilon Lillie, at Klcslmmee. you can arrange anywhere) !good water, pure air, 'no : Goods Clothing ":! v
L UJ market la tbe United Slates of Blocks I Land,D L of Bass addition with him to take you provided the malaria no mosquitoes or' insects 'of : Dry ;:
[number of those who attended pro- ;, any account, nice people, good ,, '.
party Is large enough to make U' pay 4d. 2
inoed the meeting held here yester- West one-third Of :Lot 7. Block ,1, him. He' bal accommodation for churches and schools, many nice residence E. :' :: .* '

one of tbe most Interesting and South Florida Ilallroad ,uM'e1i]; about twelve, and though you must ex- *, stores, etc., and as for ..game Shoes, Ladies and Gents Furls_s | .
ne a-ltke yet held by jhe assoela- All of Block F of Mathews'. addl- pact to rough; It a little, he will do all and fishing; as good as I have found ; I
0, and all returned to their. homesore oa.Couool1 -> ,_ be can to make It pleasantfor, abywbere. Quail In the season are E: 1MLi- ,
enthused than e.er' also-allowed the redemption fool I abundant.. Gunning parties of "two *
thorougb.y and give you' a good lima, and' I = GO' TO 1
rlth. fie greet work they are doing.. o'tax. sal certificate held by 0"1." fully assured that anyone who ha a bring In from tweotyto thirty' a day, : \iff' ..--* :
,JPre.idepU.3.'HGaltsklll called" the "galntLot9. 10, 11 and 12of '. taste for and appreciates beautiful and within,one or two miles froth the
eet.IDIrto order at 1030; a., m., ,ln the & Payne's addition at. face value, scenery, will be well repaid. hotel one can get a* good, snipe and :
ibsenoe of Secretary.. II. Welsh, U. without Interest. The trip to my mind U, pleasant and duck hooting < a* any reasonable II KANNER''CO. :. .{

Lifhtsey, of Bartow, was. ap-. The cleric: was Instructed by: council novel all through, but the ,Caloosa- sportsman could desire.A ., j 113W : '
tnted to act In that capacity.,. to make a request to the county school latchle river Is beautiful\ beyond de I sit by my,window in the hotel, :: .
Senator C.' A.-C""aco" who was board, asking! that they hare the scription., It remains In my memory I can look out over the Lake Tobopekallga l tE' '. o" ,
down on the program for tbe addressOf school house auditorium wired for ike a pleasant, and sweet dream of a and see ducks sporting on tbe j ,f' 1
welcome, was unavoidably absent, electric lights, stating that the city fairy land. : water and large blue herron tor crane I E Loaders 'in Lip r..c ,,and, '= -,

ana Prof.. W.. U. Ulntoo was. substituted would furnish current .for light free 1 have taken all the 'muchlaudedtrips and snipe- feeding along the shore; headquarterslu j=
who made a most Interestingaddress of charge pro'lded..ald. request. .was In Florida-the Hu :John's river And on the lawn in front of the hotel! E 1 : : tothlngI .

and cordiallywelcomed the granted.. _. the Ocklawaha .river the Halllfas "odtbe are mocking birds, doves ''robins. I t r,5
association to Ktkalmmee. which was ,There being no further business, Tomoka rivers and tbe Indian meadow larks, red birds and .ever..lj) w?: SPECIAL:SALES,
Chemist R. E. to in regular kinds of blackbirds. In fact, I ... -
responded to by State council adjourned meet iver-whlcb are ali very Interesting you can -"
< Rose, In the absence of Mr. O. Murphy. -, session Tue.daprl1 2nd, IVOo. at. but I think there is more beautiful ace more bird here In one hour than J = Saturday .and: :Mo Q. f
i of Braldentown.who was''to,have. 7:30 p. m. scenery on the Caloosabatohle river you would la Germantown in six w .- 110 .
I made tberesp.one.t \. .ban all the rest combinedv Fromb'ort months (not counting. sparrows). !I .
t President Galt.klll then delivered 1 .Thompson down It Is one succession The Hotel Klsslmmee'where we are lUUU1l1U 1LUUULIIUIULUUIUhLUttUtlttttlllt 1 tu 1 LUilllU's
I his address which had been carefully Lot. Deeded to 'W. C. T.; U.. of beautiful and lovely sights. staying is a nice.place to spend a few ,. ,.

)'prepared and proved hlglily InterestIng While you are admiring on* and week or month. Tie: table good --- !-!'<'JIo.
'to the association. We will reproduce The MUse Campbell of Morris- wishing that the boat did not move so the prices moderate, and ,Mr. Chap ',
the address In a later issuer. town/N. J.whohave been spending the fast that might feast on man, and his excellent family will .do GOTO THE
you your eyes
The association then! adjourned for past twoweeks here left(for St. Augus- U a little longer, It' Is pa.ed. You all In their power'to make you feel at
11 :dinner; after which an address( from tloe last Saturday where they will visits turn a but look ahead home.and comfortable the minute von
.al.wltb ; KISSIMMEE LIVERY SALE:STABLE--
FEED { '
,.MI'. J P. Cooroy oo ."The Packerand couple of weeks before, returning them. I* another just a* beautiful. set foot. In their house. The' same aq '
j , the StoCk ru"'lI'' was listened to.. borne. 'Tbe MUses Campbell are And so It i I.' all the way down for people come here year after year. <**
The next: number on the program visitor* of the late, Mr. Hart of this toFort Myers/ which prove they are satisfied. tf""i
about seventy miles,' ; J ,
:j J. ,W. REGISTER.: ,PROPRIETOR.. yf y
was an address by Goer N. B. Brow pla.ce..l.aod while here deeded the lot on which I* a .very.pretty town, and wellworth We are I baying'-splendid'' weather *:' ,
and on "The Comparative; Return perApt t.beJorD91' next ,W .the Uambletonresidence a visit v down here i It. I I. really delightful.As *>*** f< k :

: ': in Florida to the following commutes Our this 'year consisted of write these lines the ladies are For the ,'best Turnouts In .to.wtt ; f
erStatessReProduced J party ?"
; Expense: ," of gentleman representing' the W. C: Joseph T. Pearson and wife John Ax- enjoying themselves playing oroquel *

Oovernoc, made'.a eloquent T. U. of this place:' C. A. Carson, M. Tord and wl'e,'A. O. Collom and wife. on the lawn, with flowers .01 II o ;,..nit' I ...sa. ' ' tjT'hes, which :was listened\ to with Katz J. M. Lee, S. H.Uu11ook., O. Barry W. Thurman and wife and the and bird singing all around t.u. .
rant attention bt.be :a..oclation.l Stanford|J. M. ,Wilion'Jr., and U. writer and wife all ffbiri Germantown; They play cromiei. in the daytliofj: all) Best. of Stock; i always} on land.' ,..rBiggage'transfer : 'jj

l ','*Be made a fine showing for Florida a* M. Pfaun. Mr. Adams and Mr.:Chappell, of Tam eucbre end whist, with musts .'.'<. ''lp'\ '. I witkstab1e. j
compared' with other'otstes.The The lot Is given' by these ladle as a pa Florida.We fog in be, evening The yn *, 'R in. connection, , .' II' '
;;.V discussion of the Effect/' of Good memorial to their sinter, and It' lit. law about fifty. allllgator: on the go bunting or fishing, play, i". .it or ,
Blood on the Range was then taken stipulated\ In the deed that a suitable way down (9fty-oney actual count) golf in tbe daytime. and Jvln' 1, the orders ,promptly attended to. : ,
r ,) up and we participated in by Messrs. building shall be erected thereon wl b- and killed two. We also shot two. 1 evening! game and mu.l"i, tAll
d rw"Murphy: J. F. O'Berr/ 'Jno. M. the next: two years and was, accepted blue herron or crane; fine specimen, seem contented %n4 .sty" 7, ando 'f t
Chamblln President bv the W. C.. T. U. with this under i frUrod Satisfaction :Guarantee. !
Z C. v..v- which we left at Fort 'Myers -to be your r$1 l
t"a: t: II and other heading this dl. standing. :',' mounted and sent home, JosKHir. TJTRMAM.Klsslmmee ;.' ''J .
'' sslon the association adjourned to The build, 'C, will probably be of We left KlsslmmeeonTuesday, Feb Fla ,. FM: > ,;,:....c 1006.'C. .
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'. >et'e'geln &t7:30 o.'clock at Hotel brick or su and will contain a l'uar,13, and arrived at Fort Myerson i .. ; ; \
Kissknmee.i" adlng' rootn, 'gymnasium, library --- _. CC CaDQDC Cc n : '
Saturday the 17th.: Spent Saturglay . 7! -, \
: ,Pursuant to adjournment the a..otion eta In fact. It Is proposed to make It afternoon visiting friends In'Fort Attention Iver on Camp U. C..V; """ ;r .

met la the parlor at Hotel Klan a place for the moral. Intellectual and Myers: and taking a drive to. see the laKlsslmmee . :
Yon will meet 'at I the couVt house
nee, and. returned the discussion physical development of the youthof town. Mr. and Mrs. Pearson left us city, 014 Tuesday April 3d. W.B..MAKINSON() C0ff !t<
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/' of blood on the the town. : ?
Iheeffeot. good _
which seemed to excite morel The lot will be fenced; and 'cleanedand here to visit Tampa. : 1000, at 2 p. mft,:toarrange,'for ,tbe ( .. ,. ... << ;
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We caught some fish on the 'J'.r., ,
way Reunion New Orleans "
Confederate at
) other with' the tree* updo it worked I . t ,, .
than qoeatloo orange .; '
any down but not so many a* last year, April 25uia! 27 < Inclusive, and other '* '' ',k;'to
under } I .
and and fertilized right a.wa.e J' .
_loh the association had to deal : 'DIALBIIS'Ili ,
, ', a* the water was much higher aDd the important "ulllloell..A fuU attendance 't. "r.-\\ '.
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(N pon it had which something nearlyevery to say.MrZ..C.Cbambllssof member.. pres-. stand. ,? ":" : i 1 iA fish had left the river and gone up the: IS desired, By .order. of.'J' I'I . .. (.',Yk ry ,,
mall creek For the same reason we E: A. BABNES r ,
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Ocala, then : .. , ,:
... Timely Sueeestion.Klsctmmee. did not see-nearly so many birds.{ Capt Commander. .
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ad;: a carefully prepared paper r '
V/e left Fort Myers on Sunday Attest I ;.F lo't ,
which we will reprod ,io4 later) oa'LNloa.'and Fla.,, morning, about 8 o'clock,. and here, 'W.1L'::JOHNSTON : )'
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: From a "l'' .
Conclusions Mar. 28' 1006. ILUUWAREVERYTHING
we are back In Klsslmmee. : 1 ; ;j
Visit * the Last International Stock Ed ItoVbf' I'G.I'tt.e.*- -The r..lll'Oad'-lfUlde-*" -Aft' not -Adgt.- I ''Of J ,A t
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Show in .Chicago." Dear Sir:-Ifyou will kindly, Insert give tbU place the prominent notice' The steamer, Naoma 3d,-left. fo'L'iie j .ff.o, *.... 1
< There was also a discussion\ 'on the following In valuable oilumni that deserves. ,I 1 I .. 7"I
your It have been toPletty e'urn' tiip'to Fort Myers Sunday ,. : .... .
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'Raaire'Coodlt.lool' and Prospects it will be appreciated by all I \ '... .. \0 .
I am cure nearly all the much .advertised. morning with a party of tourists..VVV ,, .. .
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several I , .
which participated in by,' residents of main street, as. ;'It 'surely!. I 1""
member: must voice their opinions: .. I .:Jfoi-, .
,'1 Dr. C. F. Dawion, of the Lake' City Cannot. something be "done to prevent V lVV .I>' *
Experiment:! Station could not attend 1 the tearing up of Main street by VV' VVV. i VVVVVVVWj. ", Y 'T' ," .., ,
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ry on !What \\0 + ''
but sent a splendid paper continuous hauling of logs '
the Agricultural I doing for < 'This street was bad enough"" originally , ': : 's : ''E : J ;
the $Stockgrowers!', which wa read but now it Is simply f Impossible ,7.DO'N'T FORGET JtfATiogham / ': f' ,

::1, Capt. IV E. Ro. to drive with any ,comfort,J and 'I , " "' V-I\
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"Good Bogsi" was the subject dis- sitting on ones piazza 1* oat of' ,,tbe S .l' ;. sl t 1- r r, I "; ;f _

ssed by Wm. Edwards, of Plymouth . '
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who' ba practically demonstrated 'There i I. ,- "on these + yr
> an arrangement , a.
Saddles Harness .
'ihalblooded hog can be profitably fog cart that acts.as a plough and as : : :.t..,,........,". :
- raised j In Florida given the proper, It pushes along sends up the earth, aDd T ,: I :' ', ; ;< : r .f:,
care and attention -I', dust In vast cloudii. '- l ) ".
j Mr.'Jt A.* Vice President It I.1 simply impossible t.Iav.: ones SdIeJ ,Stoves'Tinware' Crockerr dr-'i,4' T
k>fthe. Consolidated Land Co.ofackioqvllle ,bouse open And what are the street :'Ii..'
r and a member of the asociatlon. commissioner* doing while this' nuisance J'

.'was present, and Informallyiieenssed Is ,& considering'how s _:;! .,
olng'tn'I .Glass .J
"tbe4ealair. or.buy Ing lands much the 1 be raised. again .
t rom the large land cpmpanje*..by tbejattlemen. to repair the streets.., -l'"' .' ," ,I, r. ',' ,' <*. ,,
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;jet Cannot those log be hauled on one ',1 l'
*The act.lmi'ot the Executive Commltie of the back street, one upon which Pants. Oils._ ; '
of the association in offering a reared the tax: payer's money ba not been .AT PFANN'S. s, ( r,':
for fence cutlers was unanimousy "
spent ,say. I the street next-to: the '
endorsed by tae convention. '.. "
swamp. 7 ;
A Mr., Z. C. Chamblls read 'a','paper ,' Resident; Main! Street.. Window, ShadesMatting, : ;1 and. ., ,
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j 'rom-R. M. Storr,'editor of the Stock.r' "
r' 'On "Stock Condition. In Middle . 1. I i 31.J v f- : j..q
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k e-nd\Vest Florida''', '' elected;; ..toae..ye Lesley Makes" Big' Deal." : Saturday March, Iaiitiliig? : ; Implements' .iT ?' ,
uThe.same: officer were '
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the*association for ,the '{:ensuing :Tbe Tampa Tribune of lsst'8unday i ". I' '' ,' . (t .iI, '. . "'j' .... '
year, a* follow: ,,:' : : has tbe ",following In regard to the -, '. ''', . .. ) . '. <, .., ; I .tI
, .a President-:S. H.!t (.OaltskUl, Mcln- property sold by clerk of the court : \ ; .: ,., ;:I!' ".

tosb' J. for E,' L t.ermlDalllurpore.Lesley la fort Brook'the- be used I Agents: for': the l '. PITTSBIRGII STEEL. {I [.NCf ':
9o-1'resldent-d: : Murphy: ,Braden.ttboretar7 by proposed* s ;' .1.S" ,, .! i? ,
< Tampa Not-then I if. railroad: : The ..Q11 A ,O going ,at 10 {
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'. =-J.:3.: Welch, !'JacksonTreasurer property bought for the terminal lie j
;. f 'Get: prices,,:before buyingt1sewtiere.Vtl i '
.nl..8o. r' 1 Fort Brooke. on Twlggs Street, ( .pur l : i t-:
r w Bartow between East and Drew Street, and was : J .
JOa;: motion'of IT.J.A.M.Xl/rhtsey Lee/ Barlow, was, boulbtlromth..per.onaE. L.Lesley,\'. 'cents, .per :yard'I", Kegular' ;.. '- ::.. '. _. ,. .f,",

elected a* the nets place of meeting, W. J. Frlerson and W. ,U. Holnkle. i CQCJaClaoaacaCiaCK ;t
subject to the call of the President. It baa a frontage of 800 feet on Twlggs S ;1-2 ; cents.. Sat.
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n'' ", Street:'' On the Lesley portion of the : > : .

.s: :The Town :E ctlon.iTomorrow .:< Lesley property is tohavemovedwithlnOOday are' 24. bou.'hlcb Mr., S 'u.r .l1nif'No': charge : . ,. '_. ,. ". .t :hJ.f ,'.... .'

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eleilon The .for ,the
i* city l doysod, price r"ld property' .. : ;
i contest promise to be a lively) was 816,500, ;$11.600 went to : MAYNARD' LUMBER 'CO ;
e.! -There are two candidates'each E. I*.Lesley.' .All the' deed weed executed : ; sales'' allowed: ; these [ ;, ; :'
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I the field for all office: except that yesterday In (he office of John P. "I ": .
falty clerk In which J ;R. Gilber\ Wall, attorney for Lesley, la the ? \ ,
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fe>,the ba; *other alUtbe office\ruanln the*following to himself.are presence and or)Benjamin the Board Thompson'of' Trad,''"committee chief 'SS go odt. above' "priceFFANN., :,._:.!. , ': Saw and: ,Plamiig! ;.1iJ ;1\.tr:

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.. ...., engineer; for the ,Tampa Northernrepresenting ; ," -" ,
tt, $ 4i. : '. ff. ..
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zaajoti.! :.:W dderbold.sndMurph. T.. company. : ,", .. N01f 1s'OI'fll'1bL-Compl, Bona H 2iFurnb.{ t+ s I' !". \'
-, a f''t. ', I ltch'loriTlmber and Lmbe of: lads ,: '" '
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r OWbi"--Leonard WiUlam --ftoncB Notice 1* hereby gl'en .hat j : :' .

{ d P.. XXHod:..... + '. 't.-have ,turned my book 'over to the ; .. . .:. . ,T. .', OzS.iL,1.y. :: ,,,r,1'Ft.I \,. ,... .,.. ..,:. ,
r tre Nt -iI/t4..Laaca..te; andTliitiiasiin '' State Bank: for lleotlon. of all tar U.' ; 1h.: : 'i ': '-,,, : ".. '- ...fo!.,._ .'"c" \i '' ". '"" ,
Z. .i - t-L. t tel; ;;wbldden Urn and '' $! ... ... .. .' . . -y
al q.n $ save : ?!nseby'oslltng'at; : t: %e,4t--r.. . f t. E .. ",I I .-; ,. J ..,: .' .I'-.h..II1IjJ. I!
t Csr.pttijrVan"Dluor; f and >3Je. J the. bDIc.! and settling immediately, < -- '
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:: : "See here THE, air.SA.MB" exclaimed:' ROT-ln. the su
t LIFE"HS ] '
r SCI reN cessful' manufacturer to Mr: Adam"

,. &: Vpp, big dilatory bookkeeper: 10u
... '
} are not as attentive to business at:, ; \

ire Susceptible to Man It Is now possible to bear And see you,might be. Now It has been my .,.
desk' early and late '.1
rute.to be at my
plants grow In the apparatus of two

-Intelligent Women Prepare Germans, the growing plant la COJQZ: :. .nd"t' ':t
late.their neeted with a disc having In Its centro ". "]de, too," Interrupted :M1Uppt' .
E"&t.'DEN early and '
I bere
Experiences.the "sometimes get
an indicator which moves visibly and ''
Philadelphia .
regularly, and this movement oiagul- sometimes' late. .
'
riodr fled arty time. over a: scale shows tho Press, .

once,:; opsyq !0 progress In growjn. -_... w_

rAw felt, near by, per,"5 i' "c'y'y"l w' ,Y. kaye .chain Just Good Cleaning Time were about 900 pounds' In weight. and Testing Mine for Foul(h.'Y". ( ,
A' cable
it reason; a 0 completed ,.Ill. Now Is a moat excellent time of tho under. 15 hands but in harness thin' It being suspected that deadly damp aj
woman who Poptyprldd, South Wales for Cunard. looked I still existed .in one of the shafts of ,
.
steamship Is the made. leap to give the garden a good clean Inrg- r. ui
largest ever
i the oare other You' that remember the the Tamarac mine, whence workmen
Ing. Rake rubbish and breeders
tb at this time ins ,The Iron' In 33-4 Inches In diameter at up all"thJ'old '
smallest burn It, When 'thtsfies"around: 1 It form and typo of tho Morgan horse 'had been driven an unusual experiment ,
disease the
and pain. part of the link, and each '
o, '' makes a fine harboring pI'l.003ror: should realize,that horses of that type was made to ascertain the state
Whenher.ystcm is in a t link is about 22 1-4 inches In length
'
.i, deranged condition, yap weighing, with the teel stud about mice insects.. and fungus diseases wnlghlfls'from 000 to 1300 pounds. is of'affairs. _> '

d' or she is predisposed to p, i 4 :j plq' 160( pounds. In a test of three links which will' all have a certain effect what tho world. la looking for. This Instead of lowering a smelling committee .

,4 r apoplexy, or congestion a strain tons' each upon Jour crops..next. lleus n. high type of the carriage horse has for the'purpose a dog. was
elongated .
t ot any organ the tendency ++ r;, n Of.1938 been produced and can be again by caught and dumped into the skip as K
'' r r, r o link about one-quarter of an Inch .
drat this Food for
period Warm Cow Intermingling the best branches of the was about to go down. The skip beIng
,
b l "t 't.
,. "t '! -r
likely to boy,QlDe activeand Jr
SadlIiamct underground '
Hawblctonian Morgan Bashaw remain <
The dairy cow docs not .re* allowed to !
'- host of nervous . 'Red "noses! are due to enlarged average
RobeUL' McOtregor, AmericanClay .,, then ha led to the
Irritation* make blood vessels _which result from various quire warm mashes of any kind andIt some time was 4
life a burden. At this t tt : m causes such as very slight freezingand is generally considered best to lethe German Coach? French, Coach surface. The dog was dead. But for \

time also, canoerand I d'qtumoxs are much less often produced by animal do her own 'grinding of: Hackney. Black .Hawk. Indian Chief the Experiment an attempt would

are more liable .' than' grata'Irl Its usual 'state, though then Edwin Forrest. Pals Highlander, have been made by miners to explorethe -
to form and begin tbelr w o drinking generally/ supposed. Dlackwood. the Dealer Mam.
Stump ,_ ,
dog providentially
'. f i In the Improved process of Professor can be no objection,to the occasional shaft. 4"jhe
deat.ruct.1y. work
to mixed moistened brlno -Putchon Drummondf Hunt and trdtted lv::(the right moment and
j Bach warning1 Laasar of Berlin the blood-vessel are mash nor any grain up
symp. j
branches of the
the Percheron.; Many to undertake
and fed quite warm but simply ns was easily persuaded
torn of reduced
a* uflo-- liy prickings with a little hammer should be avoided'
t"ostionhotflaaheshe.d* of about forty platinum needles. an appetizer and a change from the thoroughbrod as the test.Detroit Journal
they lack the conformation and olsf
taohes;' backache, dread regular, rations. Warm brau mashesare
0 The Instrument Is driven by an eloc- i high ctlO-n.-I
Impending evil timid* p tro-rnotor, used to advantage with cows just Farmer WHY HB WALKS.
k,
1t7. sound in the ear, after calving particular/! It oil mealor "Don't remember when
k palpitation the heart ;" A Lesson In Bicon- :you
Feeding.
r used
.parka before the ; The- brightness of the corona or' some other laxative is in be had his coach and bor.elf" .
eye 4f connection with it. It is 'often advantageous J. P. P., Silver Lane Conn.: I would '
irregnlaritica. yip ring of light encircling the was Egbprt-'Whyc rtalnlyI .do. t'
; .tlp.-' 4 sqn. a' } :
like to gct'Dr. Smead's advice about
tlon, variable' appetite, OSSO HUN grDamDUraO measured! by ill. Charles Fabry during to moisten the roughage "Well, be has to get. out and walk
weakness. given,the stock and we have bad them horse eight :years old that is thin in ,
Inquietude, the: recent total eclipse. He found theIgiit now..
.: tea". .n4 dlsatae, are lr :4 twentieth eat corn stover which they would nottouch flCBh, coughs a little occasionally, gets he's lost
to
"rr.'Jyland : of a point a of a degree "You don't mean say
:
t, promptly heeded by In, a' .v from the mugs edge' to be equivalent - dry, by steaming .It for a few tired ,easily for a young. horse and all his 'money!" '

.litgen0womenwhore to hours and vfending It tlMlo quite makes water frequently, but has a ."No but' he's bought -an/ automobile. -.
about 7:0 candle-power or .
'-"""'--- ---- ------------ a ;
\ In approaching life when' woman's. period wrote for advice !'oonnneneed little'more than a fourth t>f the bright warm. W6 believe thoroughly in anoccasional hearty appetite' 'and eats and drinks ."":" Yonkers Statesman.I .. < ,
great you MM furnish heartily. I have been giving him
r b .' nt with Lydia E. Finkhun's \" ness of ,the full moon. The sky near change which will-
nay expected.Lydla : : e re- ,
K. Piakham'a . & Compound that ai all yon thoa directed and 1 am he- unecllpaed aura Is two thousand variety even though there may be no .powders digestion for' quite as a long that time is .for.hat.a Improper M.t 1f. M.i !
'to wy *distressing tymp* appreciable or direct benefit,-Indian-
pound was prepared to meet lift me and I hare pe- r of woman1. system .t this of life, a. well woman. 1 am polls. News., ._ {{'earl' 10 to IS pears, because I.. &, M.
period of her lite.' It your medicine to aU my A novel flank ro accidentally discovered with him. His case is chronic and 'Zinc harden I.; & M. White Lead and .
+ trengthens the female organs .-"-Mrs. Annie E. O.Hyland,Cbeater- Little Known Vegetables of long standing following distemper. mulcts L. & M. Paint wear like iron.' \
'w builds up the weakened nervous Md. by Pi 1,.' isnor Blrkeland of wen lIe gets six quarts of ground oats, barley 4 gnlloiu of L. & J i. mixed with 3 gallons
Christiana University, baa led to the The American gard n is not'as oil will paint moderate aired home.C .
For special advice regarding Another Woman's. Case varlt of vegetablesas and corn dally proprietary feed, . : }.. .
Ex orlanburyConnv
construction of a special electric furnace supplied with a 8 Andrews, )
I portant period women are chance of lit. wards cannot.2- timothy hay and oat straw hay. I also writer "Painted house 19
: ago
a It should be. There are many my Rears
? write to Mr*. Pinkham. at what I suffered. My,pbyeiriaa said I and this gives promise of making feed him once a day; usually carrots. with L. i 11. Look. Nell to-<1.).
stud it will b*furnished & a. cancerous -pondition of the female Norway the centre of an Importantnew choice viands that are' practically unknown He Is now used little and gets
of charge. The Mrs. On. day I read aont of the teetl- Industry. In the new furnace, the here though they might easilybe sire very PAINT YOUR HOUSE. /
present of who bad been good If cent c.-ommi..ion allowed to,anvrrmlent '
women cured !> per
y The herbs for flavoring
t lythedaugbtertn-lawof Lydia> a.rvou"I E. Plnkbara's Vegetable Compound electrodes are arranged equatorlally grown. Them are several possible reasons wh' .... we hate no agent tm sale.
,bam her assistant before her decided to try it and to writ you for between the poles of a powerful electromagnet which gave a relish to the cookery ofa why this horse is not In a thriving con of L. & M to property-ownern. at lour retail
and lor.'weuay.. years Your medicine mad. me a well when disc shaded arc of past generation are now, rarely price. J
.
; advice has been freely give, <<: and all my bad eymptuma soon I Is found except In the garden of some dition. First I notice :your ration la \pply to LONGMAN & MART NICZ "
remarkable
i wea;, stability produced. not conducive to life and lasting Paint Maken-.Ne* lork.
e' Has anything been gained
ad.vlee every woman at this. period of life foreigner. spirit not an element in it which Is a ,
Bead what Lydia ;
B. medicine and write by the manufactured substitute now More than 51,000 patent wen createddurinj
TOOT you for ad The physiological zero or the temperature '
t" pomn id did for M.... Hyland -Mrs. LI... HInkle, Balm. Ind. resorted to? protein food. The oats come the nearest - the yf.rPrompters.
Sink t'' Lvdta B. Plnkham's Vegetable that seems to the human body, to It. but their ratio is 1 to 6. It ,

Ds.rltrj.1'IakJMuIa did for Mrs. Hyland and neither warm nor cold has been Investigated How many people know anything you were feeding him about twelve and Prompting.. 1;

\: "Ifc.wibe-e. n\.rl-.-.with. ., .. Hlnkle It will do for other. women by M. Maurel. a French pbyslologUt. about cardoun even the Dame? In Europe quarts ef ground oats' dally with your The prompter of the Corned !
)
\ the ergaa for years end...paa-ang time of life. He Immersed his body In it is a common vegetable especially timothy hay he would do fairly well I Francalie has committed suicide.

I She enekBge of .!!(..<. My abduemii. ha.. conquered pain restored baths of air and water of various temperatures In France. It belongs to the same think, and if :you were to add to that a Th'.' Door man bad been an Inmateof

wwoUa>rnivtm-.ach wtti ...., I ,.and prolonged life in case that and has brought out the aurpMaing *> class as the globe artichoke., and the large handful of linseed ollmeal I am, for
Sal. te Anne's asylum
'
,
.pall..get. 6..dsshss.M.ws vary baffled physician! fact that the, unfelt temperature leaf stalk of the two'are similar.\ very certain he would provldlif; he Is time. At /''clock each

ay a El! nakbtaV* Y ftt_.... CMpmmd hccecdaDen Others FaD. Is considerably below that of the These stalks are blanched by tyingup not Infested with Intestinal worms.;. evening some he lUDatllc, beard the

skin or between 86 degrees and 81 degrees In matting or' straw then earthingup But it would not be policy to feed that three traditional knocks which in

;' Y $49,00 for a Fine Southern $65.00 F. A bath having our own temperature like celery. In four or Ave weeksIt quantity pf oats to a half idle horse; a French theatre herald the going .

Buggy. gives us a sensation of basil will be ready for use. The seed hence it would not be good judgment of the curtain. He would become .
? -a curious fact! due to the action of Is sown early In sprlag Oil' rich moist will call up
.. thus to feed him I your attention .
very exclaed, and declare that the '
\1 3r3 the neat'regulating mechanism of, the ground. to some points on feeding: company wa. waiting for him. "And

faeto ody.: Turnip-rooted chervil resembles a The moderately worked horse requires
I
"
$..0e fright sad SIlICIII D.al.r's ProAL Wrtor ... .:1ao what will M. Mounet-Sully sayT" h. J
"w '
its The flesh is nutritive ratio ot 1'to V
short food of
carrot or parsnip. a
a
t !fo.fI sad.o ..r0 would exclaim. Stories are told of
'f' To Induce' ,...tfur Sleep mealy and somewhat like the sweet 7. Now, let us look at the one you I

_ ', GOLDEN EAGLE BUGGY CO., Atlanta, Ga. In the aMUty to obtain restful sleep i potato In flavor. It Is distinct from' are feeding./ Oats have a ratio of 1to other prompters. There was one { U,
good ID suburban
man theatre whose
a : r.
there 1* mtrai variableness In the same ;, the kind grown for its top and used a little over <4!; barley* 1 to 8; corn ...

At Strohbeck. I'Mieeian Saxony,.cbee Ispart rjiertoa at different times and under for garnishing. If fresh seed is Mown 1 to 10; timothy hay 1 to 15; oat own private troubles were revived, ,
.- of tb. acbool time tbe Innocent heroine
Wh.nTbtgr; ciuriculum., different Influences. Profound sleep ,Is fn the fall or early spring chervil straw 1 to SO, Now, allowing that every wu.
carried off the vllllan of the
WEATHER GREAT SCOTT. generally nor refreshing than light II not difficult. to grow. It succeeds :your grains were equally mixed you by, piece.
,,/ ; slumber but the fact that one can be everywhere. Frosts improve It. When would have a grain,ratlo'of about 1 to "Ah! the scoundrel! be would shout ,
; riie Biggestaf.a.rAdlw.co.ey: ; TlITTelle : 'from his box... .
_ CLOTHING'I' ? roused without difficulty does wt the tops die It Is ready for digging. I. 'and the hay and straw-about 1 to "Can they not see I a

o M rBte a. laleroetlBf St ry.E. always signify that his rest )a' deficient. Scorconera |s. occaslonally'found. 23; altogether the ratio would! be what he is dolngT" He would give r .

preWIMSViOfTt.. / .; C. Scott, meat dealer' Y.rl'ennH.Vt. .,. Quiet slumber I la always more It Is a black-rooted Salsify?{,.and Is very nearly 1 to 15. Your horse could audible warnings the husband to': ,%

_ and long ., Past ..Commander' EtUnuAJlMi. restful 'than sleep that Is broken by grown in similar manner, but differs not endure much labor on that. He keep his wife clear from all Intrlgu;* ':

>ia rvioe7ThaM :-LJ.F1VIV' I, po.t..0....A.,n i sajsi: :,'"A severe attack. dreams even though the dreams be so In being a perennial. It left alone it would lack spirit and muscular vigor, against fidelity. These remarks ',' .\,"
and maroroOver 1/' of typhoid left me and. '"tors! text,," were'a little embarrassing ' .
'oopd points light as not to be impressed upon will' continue to grow remain. fit while ho might look quite well. He "

are combined In l ;, with. 'weak kidneys., the memory for use. simply would tire out quickly; hair to the actdrs and actresses>on

'twRoIIED 'Every!: night I had to The character of sleep I II affected'bJ' Sklrret produces roots which grow would look rough; akin would be dry the ''stage who were D4Vequlht certain

get up ,frequently te many Influences' both mental and physical. Jn clusters. 'The'roots are sweet and and-tho'bowels either very loose from w1lclelonged, to the book and ,
CLOTHINO pass the urine which much I which was the Invention of the "souf.,
The person who upon.retiring dry when well grown, but have a the inability to digest so carbonaceous -
i' 1 1 eyyotfiir /, / was ropy dark and for the night fails to pat away the woody core which must be removed food, or else be coD.Upated.In I fle ur."-London Pall Mall Gazette:

.tebyy, very paluful to Told. cares of the day that I..past or borrows before cooking. The seeds are sown either case his digestion would be
"
9 .'-1 I "I y a drank 1 bad M water appetite continually !, but the thoughts of the morrow Is in autumn or early-,spring. Roots deranged, as the veterinary told you. LIKE A ],'IItH: OUT OF WATER, 91M
slow- to reach the depths of sleep and All tho'digestive stimulants or condl-
w-as .t_- -.** Trlthout being. may be left out.all winter. _ House, Agent-Yes, sir. I've got the' 1
} able to quench my thirst. Terrible wakes but little refreshed.An There Is a long list of pther vegetables lon powders kept In a. drug store very thing that will suit youbeautlt'
stomach ration.
over-filled the
preventssound could not change
P headaches and which; might well be grown In ful house and line situation ;
dizzy spells oppressed
aT ...SALESMEN ,and AGENTS me and my back* was lame, sore and sleep, but hunger should be relieved , American gardens. The experiment Now If you will drop the barley and Client-Fine situation,' hT .,
i'f and for this substitute wheat mid-
W..m tawedar..Souso-t e m. month's withDolin' before retiring purpose stations would do well to give more corn and some House Agent-Splendid situation, 41

.._....'f ::: ;:: : :_ to_ stiff. .A Kidney I'llls treatment rid me of *this there Is nothing -better than a attention to making them better Dings, with'' a ratio of 1 to 4, and add sir. .
.biJrtp. glass of warm milk. the handtul'of linseed ollmeal so rich $
known.-D. Y. in the National Fruit "
rUepart........to alrsllakte OZIPxnaron trouble and now' I ain strong and "Healthy place? '
II Y._Mow lurk car. The bed should be smooth, but npljher Grower. In protein with .a ratio of 1 to 2, and '
Healthy? I should BO. .
think
230 Igive
hcsltby and weigh pounds. Why, ;;;
,too hard nor too soft; the position then use the oat straw for bedding In. ,}t
CURED tbe credit to DOli n'. Kidney Pills." sir, in that district sickness Is pray ;
of the body preferably lying on the Carriage Horses and Roadsters stead of food you will be getting down '.
Gives (CO box. tlcally unknown.
dealers. cents
JI[ Sold by all a
right side with the head not too high, somewhere near what' this horse's phy
r'r P2"Y. QalokRelief.., .Ij'oster-Mnbum Co.. Dcttalo. N. Y and the disposition of the limbs such A noted-horeeman of the West contributes steal needs require "Ah, well then tho house won't'' t. ,
excellent article to the
an suit
You ,
me. see stn ;
a medical
to circulation of the blood.: I of the possibility of"worms. .
tr Xento-fee a ; In Hoes Crur Nicho! ia said to be anxious te as Impede Rider and Driver from which we take spoke man."-London Tit Blts ;
j
t daye cffetta a permanent tuner. break hi. alliance withsyrance.Ti'1or's \ It is generally better not to interfere A4 he has been out of condition for S'.l
the following
"p
:
,,
elotoeoday..9tl.itreatmeutgiven '
attitudes of little .r
with the fantastic some months he very likely has some.
free.Notlunircan be/alrer
Cherokee Remedy of Sweet Oat The natural 'Instincts of the American '
Writ. Dr.H.H.S......'. tons. .,.. and Mullen la Natun'lIlP'8at remedy-Cure* 'children until they have slept. while; people naturally incline them to It is the calf thin in flesh that has lice FOOD :HELPS t 1.L:'",
81.11.. Be
u m Atlanta. Oongba Cold. Croup and. Consumption but the head must never be permitted tho admiration of a great horse of any when the fat one has not; 1t..1a.the ._ ..1IIIJlaD.c..ntot a-It. \ ; .
s and all throat suit tuna trouI J.... Xt druggl .to remain covered. horse with a poor or weak digestion L'.J ''I
too and I.00 bottle. class, but they should not be swept 'of food railroad =
; 7D W.; L. DOUGLAS U, 280., > per For a wakeful'child 'a warm bath at Into the whirlpool ot horse breedingon .' hat furnishes the beet home for says Speaking: a man ,
.
bedtime is better than drugs, and usu- '
wormsWith a good, strong digestion >
For three-quarters of a century DeV sentiment alone. It takes more '
"My work puts me out In all kinds of'
& and it is safe
3 effective a worm has
3 SHOES ally more ; the to fight to live;
plum bal bad no war. than the love of the horse to be a. successful weather subject to irregular hours formeals .,' ,
also to refrain
' w. L. Douglas *4.OO Out Edge Lin* role for older persons, breeder. with a poor one ho can laugh and; grow '
t' and compelled to eat all kinds ft .
cannot be from taking medicines to induce sleep fat Hence I will advise that fast .
; )equalled at any price. & Many will wk-- what is the shape :you food. ,

Avery : Company until after they have tested the.efficacy Companion and what' are the requirements, that him for ''about- sixteen hours; then For T years I was constantly trou,. '. 4
warmbath.Youth'
of the mlt a tablespoonful of creolin with a ip
.
.
const Uuttf carriage horse? He '
a
SUCCESSORS TO \ 'bled with Indigestion caused by eating :
( .'' quart 'of warm water and use "as a :
t1 +
5M should be harmonious in a.11 proportions
poorly
,AVERY &, MCMILLAN.SIOS .. ; ', drench. Follow in two hours with besvy fatty: starchy greasy,
a.Ixdrach
such ai high withers; deep cooked food such most accessible
as are
South S Oa. .
Foraytb *,Atlanta Housework at College. mdose of Barbados slices, '
brisket prominent well .
breast
; ; sprung to men in my business Generally ,
-ALII KINDS orMACHINERY'- the 'with 'a spoonful of ginger added. Give
At one'of the oldest colleges in ribs!; good flank;;. head of medium each meal or' lunch was followed by ,
United States Mount Holyoke, a certain not this also in ,water as a drench. If he "
size, clean and bony; jowl too distressing pains *and burning sensa ;
ii'tlonl
amount of domestic"' service has prominent; frontal broad; large clear has worms you will-see some of them in my stomach, which destroyed ,1

..: ''VI been from the beginning; exacted of air eye; ear small at base; of mediumlen.th in his voidlnga in, about twenty-four my deep and'almost unfitted meter .-;"

I r the students. Mary Lyon who foundedthe and sharp at point; throttle hours. In that case repeat the dose work. My brain was so muddy and. ., t

rh4 > college believed: in recognizing the small neck long with slight crest in a week. '
I'airr. ; ; foggy that it was hard for m* to discharge ;
v ww 1 i dignity of.labor and thought the discipline sloping shoulders. prominent muscles; As his digestion Is weak I will suggest my duties properly;< '. f 1,>>

1 a wholesome. Practically all the back short and powerfully: muscled that fr a month you give him "This lasted till about a year' 'ago' a

r 1 'work of the college was) performed by over the loins;- curve to the tall; a tablespoonful 'of the following: when 'my attention was called to :.;

4 dAie the girlsWhen strong hocks; legs, and feet with flat Ground flaxseed oDe'pound., in Which Grape-Nuts food a'newspaper% ad. -i

..4Rful.t ?; Wellesley College wag estab bone and large cords;- trotting action mix three ounces of ground'charcoal, and I concluded to try It.;- Since then M

-: gnWtxarp li.hed'.ame years ago in a suburb of ,quick;.high and rol1.Dd. free and clean three ounces of bicarbonate of soda, have used Grape-Nuts at nearly every ;

'IYCvmttU0405 lrt Boston a modification of this system with not too long/ a stride. Such a four ounces of ground gentian root meal and sometiues between .' '

; was adopted.' Since It has grown to horse, crossed on mares of a few and two ounces of ground anlseseed. meals. We railroad >uen have little ,

such 'vast proportions,; however. ,,.and handsome -branches of,the, trotting Give morning and night-M. D,. chance to prepare our food in our cabooses

0pi ha Been'' so', heavily endowed 'the families might, and, probably .would Smead" V.,-8, tn the Tribune. Farmer' andI find Grape-Nuts mighty

1. Frkk' Lngin.ti BillersSul housework requirement baa peesirele-, give us what Is wanted-7-the horse of handy for it.is ready cooked." ,

taltes''Wheat g.paiator.. 'gated" to the limbo of-things 'superseded. the future. k' .. Elevators ''at Windsor Cattle. "To make long story shoit:, Grape t

addlute yaIM.s. tM.. a.A.e1.. ,. ... Years ago the: Morgans 'were' the.: Among the .improvements :which 'WnU bur mad-a new' man of me.. 'I ,

sun*we wlcb..vrryp Nuthenid..yj.ee tat :kt" It'Ie still possible'" for girls. to do horses ''par excellence. .They were have beeo lately, carried out ai Windsor -. 'have no more,burning distress in my: t

.scald. earn.. war w. 1,. $3.1l .sae. d'a' housework, In one or,t' o of the cot: handsome to look at, and tough as wire' Castle by the Office of.W jrks has ."'mada..1IoP any other symptom of In-. i

-,' I. .k.. wbjSy haid theit abap., legs buildings .but It I5,not a requirement nallst:wTliay bad good strong legs and been the fitting of "service" and lugs digestion 'I can,digest anything so '

va/raa.n..y.t q.ao.a... 'of the curriculum.Thestudert strong heart and stomachs. In color gads lifts., Queen Victoria .would. not long as I eat Qrspt-Nujs! and 'II17.bl'llQ'. '

/ :"o'J! .. _, now AoM-1t to obtain a, definite'reduc they were blAcks, browns, bays:'or" allow .any',;,lifts' to be placed la' the works as clearly aDd accurately as anengineer's

,tion In ,her'........... Amounting to chestnuts. Their hair showed the lush castle except! for, her op'ncuss: from 'watch" and fvoid; nervous

KST.rWH> SAW ILL 6M;P 11T1.' from C0 ,,to 10 a'year..'.In_*ome_of ter:'of:health,'.anillhe; :(team:,of_sun- the sovereign's entrance: of the private _troubles have disappeared 'entirely.'*:

s._ sad win ..laxts.. :Lara. ...1..*.4M '........'evpplUd the' Western colleges) for 'W'Omea.'a'' Jtpt,."Del- they were' spiced"1 with the apartments to her.own suit of rooms N.m-.h..Cb7; Postnm. 00:. Battle.

.t..sCM w,.Mtl rev array., promptly' "..hlnal* MUla, Cent Mill"*, most the entire cost of the course can temper of nerve force;'bat never stab- in the Victoria tower. The introduo Creek Mich.;. *VThere's ,

ti.E.lsOGeuwts ]..adklsry 1sae. Circular Baweeaw.Teeth.Patent Degs,' b*, paid la this Correspondence' born Physically, they were not large' ttoo of the additional lifts. ,teagrestoonvealsnce..ondon'T 'a ....a n. Read the little' .c

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la beaven.-born In'.....< lb.,...err< not: HIS SHARE.. ti WBATHJBB! PBOPHBOY.n .
!. '-not of the but consider the ground pot a WINTER AND't'SUMM
only Kther.M' trey are -What.-mad* you Tef use'to.aniweesttoas'In 1' A :
\ L, thh.: deadly r'foes'of,all ,,ttafls: ot the '' weattter prophet' .
Father Happy are the souls In which that'ln..stlat1on" answered Mr. Sirius Barker;
+ A ,S SCHOLARLY SUNDAY SERMON 8T the flight: Into Egypt come
,;/, THE REV .j.. t. TAYLOR.I .. does' lu Mattbaw'" Gospel of the In- Un SUIT, ."1' am x>f the people 'you "I"But said 'weather prophet,' not'' wit 'cold weather put la a stew-paa' cover with trolling hot milk, 1
|'| AWtnbj fnncj- Let u* net hesitate to play read: about whose time I I. worth sex'oral minutes; stir to prevent: lumping; serve hot with crania and sugar. 1

Joseph :) our threaten:aool. All the hundred.dilars'a'- Isn't -Washington. .f'JtaII. food caA'.compare' with .. '
.eti "&p.r. Dat to ....*1..." dream and angels tbat we need will that a suttclent> 'contribution to the.occasion -. _

be forthcoming if we are faithful and without throwing in valuable
HEAD TO FOOT
SORES FROM
'nunlljset back,to Nasareth, Some .
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Brooklyn N. Y.-A. the subject of bow' Herod will be circumvented. And .Information' ? Washington- ,' DR PRICE'S''WHEAT' '

bis sermon Sunday the Rev. LlvlngstoaTaylor though it be neirbet scientific ioctrlue Star. C.v.i..d With Created Scaly Xema
,, -' pastor of the Puritan. Con- nor evil propensities,which do most to TTlMm Oa., M..U. old-0sr.d byCntlrarai

Cjresjntional. Church poke on "The make It h.-r4.tor our souls, but Just the FITS parmneenttyeeted.Ttofits or nerroas* at KxptBM of....0.

Square Deal In Hellglon." lie took petty preoccupation and the dally seas attar", lint d.y's use of Dr. KUns's Great "'Vbe. X was one month old 'i was FLAKE CELERY'J
two texts: ; Proverbs ;\LZ2\ : ,"They tbat burden and the round cf more or less ,7_nre Restorer t2 trlalbottleaadtrmtls taken with eoem After being under .
deal truly: are Ilia delight" and Psalm Irritating duties of out::. common lifer briiii. ICUxaLtd..ta1Arch8t1'htk.Pa; the treatment of' two doctor for to* '
xL:7/"Tbe: righteous Lord loveth righteousness ; areunder-tbe same-acred obligation .. f 1 i, k.
we
," Mr. said Pale teeth will not be in demrnd3erintny in' ',. month and no improvement my mother zIt
Tailor :
:" and have the same encourcgememto : !\ wa advised by a druggist to try' Cutt- FOO'D
The kingdom of heaven I.-. square secure for our soul the. square.deal' ___ ours Soap and Ointment I was one : ",

\ deal on earth. From the-night visions God mean them to.have. Let'us never Brass or OHIO, Cirr uw Toutoa,I ... crust of eor*. from' head to foot. My .)
: of the shepherds to the day dreams of forget that Jesus Christ la the'greai LI/CA. Coqxrv; .{ mother could.,broth the scale off my body, : ..
.
+j. Bt John it i* and good will on FmA>c: J. CM iiinak.s oath taat hen'senior '''' -' -
peace champion of a square deal. for every
and 11I1.tiqei .and too nail fell. After contain aH the element found la the 'body. IntelHgwatly combined to matte S
earth which tbe'hosts of partner ot the flrtt of F. .Vau.y* ;
among men .
soul and that that mean our.
tiod are seen bestirring-themselves to A, deal lu presenting the to., doUi- business la Ibo City or Toledo, wing; 'aix cakes of Outicura Soap and .diet conducive to health and tone life.. ,Prepared., tinder the personal supw.Miettof .'
... square County and Stare: afomuUd, and tbat said about aa much Cutimra Ointment I wa Dr. Price whoa name manufacturer of food aatkHMl.Or.
M a
: promote. And He who came from claim of religion should be religiously par product \ .'
Ira will pay the sum of oaa: BOitoBBD:! OOL completely cared. I... new seventeen
heaven lived (brother to all men tbnl) maintained. God. I I. eternally against CAB for each end ."ry ew .1 CAT B.. old, and m,' akin has not a _r.
., a they might ever after dwell aa brethren anything else. Jeremiah Deer salt hat Mnnot be eared by the use of U.UL'* yean I am still finding 'wonder in Cvticvra; KujrUhw-Pie-fir. ) . of lie...... sad _.dy;IS Eat:
here. But there can be no kingdomf anything which bears more* unmistakably CATABKB Cv... VBAKK J. CMKKCX.Bwora itwas o
after washing a fever tlister- two days
brotberl / men on earth with any the seal of a olvln> ratification to b.(or m" and obnorlbod In myI Jrs f0.eer. t1tl O1 ...
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Year Guticnra ..
completely -
other throb /set than that of-a fatherly I I-..... |.r..uee. tDls nth clay of D e m1 .- 5 .
up than when he called It Ma wonderful
,Eels C'.aaacock: ''era. '
I : friend Miss Marksville
her,A.l>. lard A-W.aijA, "
God Inheaven.. The square den) and horrible thing" that bad coma to I .1tu"r | Notary ,*,.Uo. L*.. Oct. 27. 19M.\ "; chesslIakkiire_
;,,p bas its 'l' rtlcalllnes a* well a* Its borl- pass in the land; that "tbe prophets .HaU'Catarrh Cures ta1r."I"C.r4&UT..4] .Me' *,rb.to-lo.disesion..il 0I"Mt0'I". .isasrao... : .awerr

k sontal. The horizon never limited prophesy falsely and the priest bear I ""etsdlrcetlyoa the blood ..d muooas eur- Mad', baths were first need .as complexion. ve .._.<...,..;. -
3l' 'Christ's vision. 11* lived for 'the day rule by their ineton; ate mr people i lums of the system. Hand for toctlmonlitls.ITM. restorer in India. 10 CENTS A' PACKAGE AI.... '".. M.Ia U.- .
when meif would treat God right.In Toro to have it so." But a square deal 11. I. O.K..I A Coy Toledo. U. -
that day ho man will have anything: JIl presenting the' claims of religion Hold by all l>ruffl.t.. 76o.T .
k. < ara Pills for enDS lpatlOlU
A & rsmily
5.. to fear from any other man. The wiles out, nc; merely wilful falsifies
thinking world is coming around more Uon .od perversion
+ and more (to Christ's estimate of religion rule cut Intolerance\ and demands a with gold! or liTer.bob and cord and

as the'power that must set tilings square deal' for the reUclou.couvleo such'' a.' Beau Brummel
tight amoo'g men.. But J" His day and lions of other people. It rule out dogulatlem tassels la LOOK
" in ours the problem of the squale-deal and ",remands square deal I for twirled. I*, .a rec.nt'arrival

'' Involves religion itself. It Las whatever new light may break forth don. ..

been hard to get a square deal ah"a1'1 It rule out the Insinuationf doubt, t, --T : 8i
: Ilgl6n. fit. ha* 'always .been and dc lands a square deal,for thefeeblest ---- -

; maintain'a square deal In presenting) i and 'most unintelligentfaithIt .DON'T MISS THIS.. Good LuckKnocking r
th..t.1t1'lm. .of rcllglou.. It has always i rule*' out'' insincerity of whatever i A' Oars F.r .tgsaaeh'Twable-A'N.w'

" been-hard to keep a square deal at the kind. But It does not rule out loyaltyto M.th.d. 'lip Ab.nvptt.a-N.D.......
; 'heart of religion. There thing should conTlctlolis definiteness
i 'deep nor. '
,.l>e bovne in mind by u* all n* we enter .. of teaching nor'the replacing of tba 'it'nafM u di.r...d 'tom'leh.. Ar tea at ?
activities and .}d=ried with Short; Breath .lui. Pour'
i' upon the special religious broken reed of an outworn doctrine . MOM
.. Heart Vain. Inrtice eN.n -Dyep.aa -
Krurt tioti :
,, privilege of tbe Lenten season. I' with the strong staff of a living truth i Bornin Paine and t I..r..d Wel.ht In Your Oven Door
The square deal 'In religion Involve' To be absolutely loyal to the truth, and Pit of 8to nth. Acid Hfomach,. DistendedAMown. i -
,. a square deal for religion. And t'jfs in yet deal fairly with all the spiritual Interest . Piuincits. Oli'T; . A
... turn! two tbiugi; Ant, a fair- affected by JUe manner In which Bud Breath or\Any Other Stomach Tor-
minded attitude toward religion phe- the claims of.religion are presented tor*? .. You're bound .to have good, luck on baking day If you use) l,
' 1 0 nom*na, Institutions doctrine* and per- no light thing to achieve. But of. onething ljt i.. send von ..bos o..Mull'" Antl- Good Luck'Baking Powder. There ;is always lust so"much
B.: Wafers free to convince that it
'ch
yea
toJeal
determination
and second .with the
Bona a whom .
to we
. those go "
I ..... ; "rix to a spoonful because it never varies in strength. You
, ,:' religious\ nature doubt ev.
ifalrlywith our owu call of Christ must be left In no ,
$f;,'"i ,la determination to give the. soul a and that Is that *o far a* In us lies and pied\1otnlnc very pleasant fix liVe: Cum It known.by shvirptinn.HarmleM. It..ere; know that's what make reliable baking.. A good cook who 't'

qnatfe- deal. God give us lI&btlpon, our way wt. K. Hrnm. Stomach Tumble once tries Good: Luck will never go back to jhe uncertain kinds; '
,, f. Man deal more fairly with the fact mean to be. square with them.. God <-.,,'. be erred th..rwi.H-*n says. Mfdil; 1 \ 1
of religion: than they used to' They made our ear so that they instinctive Science Dni rs won't do-they eat up the
yk are settling down to the concluttou that ly protect themselves against cant, 8t'."i.i'h and mnVe-von were,. :
f' the' : race Is "Incorrigibly rell< sad to know it. hence thisoffer.
want
They are beginning to understand that we yon GOOD LUCK .
( This offer not again;
appear
.. the world's history could not have been The nqusre deal In religion Involve may ., '+ '
what It has been If men had no capacity a square deal at the heart of religion. "s
and need .for .religion. Religion Tbe central doctrine -should be -the 3316 GOOD FOR 25o. IM "
must be recognized as a legitimate! hu-' righteousness, of God; the righteous .' ;
'\ .' lUau iuterest'unleM we want to throw dealing of God with men. a square i Send this coupon with year mm
, It cut l of court tbe most persistent of all deal aid nothing leas for- all men a end addt-eu and your dratrcist' mine Powder
Baking
, and lOc.' in stamp. or silver, end wa .
classes of fact. Itellglon mast be rep. ,
t>I square deal and nothing more for>4tbe will .apply yen a, sample free 'if "you .
gtilzed MS one of \ Interests tired of tell
maintain saved. Paul'never gets hv never used Mull' Anti-Belch ,
> "' If we are to any sort log u* that God does not save u* by/ Wafer.and will also send von a cerlificiat -
.of proportion In our view of human life I doing anything wrongHe 1* continually .aood for35c.. toward the punchase j difference 4
also makes Ir the pocketbook,
big family
a* a 'WJIC le. Religion must be recognized : declaring God's righteousness In of more Belch.Wafers. You will a .
k'6' +,. n* the supreme human interest If His way of saving men. that He I* at find them invaluable for'stomach t'OlI"hl the day the grocer's: bill is paid. -Only 10..cents, '

,' I' we would' be consistent with any: reasonable , once "juit and the justifier of him that !_; cures GBAPB by absorption.Toxin; Co.AddressMuia.'s 328 3d for a pound can-we couldn't"'improve th. .f

I' r" definition of religion. If relig ;. bath faith In Jean*." Paul proclaim Are,, Rock Island, III. ., purity and _quality of Good Luck if we. 32:?'
relations the triumph of >the square deal In. charged three time much. '
I Christ. .In Him "mercy and truth are 0 Ibis Is reasonable or right. We should and the aa.taat.w.ii -M w.i..web'
i met together! : righteousness peace Sew x.-settee rew.er. 1khi to Mir mSimt *f.JrtiJCwHk r
% expect to see men a* we do atrlvlng hare kissed each other." All that Godoffer : ,we w. *Mk.by *klpp4ln +
/I G to make religion supreme Dot content : in Christ lie baa a right to I All drartiU/We. per box, or by.mail. : .= ore eat 'tier ba.e( :'
to n* ::::.
I' "' with anything abort of the religious Interpretation offer. He comes before the bar of our upon..receipt..,,. -of- ]price-- !btamp.: .. ..- ....accepted.The .,...... . w eeasa assi.Meiusetb.heaUaere.ny.MM.. 11e IKU.cUt beck J rnltr-!D_, "1 r ,
' of the universe and of ho- i of '
conscience with HI* great gospel '
4s c may; life determined to have some sort forgiveness. If it Is not ratified there Kaiser is having a new racing .. rnESOU HEM HFB.:CO.. ix'

, Clf religious: system spending and being : it can never'give .u. peace. It la not yacht constructed which will be m..d, Ya.SoWCele.d "
pent in tbe service of religions Ihitltu- i tbe less sensitive consciences which almost flat-bottomed.. have. a new UIGCSAKING POWINR 1"
lions their churches tbelr missions. have borne the most unequivocal testimony system of ballast t "i
+'4 .We should deal All fairly with these to the peace which God give. InChrist cur our Tats gM *?SD revs IT,vraav1 a ,'
do' with the fact whichconvince |000 0l VAljUABLX AMTICtaSaU LIST i iitWwDCP ear .,
.... .facts ave Jesus. But there should be noth c.a.- C ._ Blond relwm ad Bb.w- a
(01, : 'us hat It I* natural for men Ing to settle between your conMlesiee :' ......... ,
\>. "' to .have music that it I.I natural for and your doctrine of salvation. We are If you hay blood poison prodnelnf- erao*
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''-t' '. men to express themselves and to find not caved toy dishonest bookkeeping.Nothing ; ttons, pimple. uloera, swollengland*, ....
/' pleasure in the varied forms of art. I* credited to ns which does bumps and risings, burning itching skin. '
," , that it is natural for men to concernthemselves not belong to us In God's sight. Every ooppor-oolorod'.pote or'raiD on the skin,' ;
with the right and wrong item which1 Justifies God.In Hbs mercy, mucous patoh in mouth or throat falllnc Four,' battleships 'coat 'snore money /tbe" ;
; of thing and of their own lives toward .n* may not appear. But no hir.bon; pains,1' old rheumatism: or foul than 1* given by all Protestant Christ. : \ t ssccure> biggest.'crops' c ;$IIDmpfw

, But.falr dealing with tbe fact of religion scheme that could not pas muster with catarrh It kills tb take., poison Botanla in Blood tbe. blood Balm:(B.soon B. B.all) eadom in year for mtaaioa Uo Y ; -

require that we should recognize u* in our dealing wltti men can represent sores, eruptions heej hard swellings: subside fertilizers -inust be 1iba11i. .'
the limitations and the Inevitable dealing of God usedffi
the redemptive achea and pains slop and a perfect .
; Imperfection' of all the forma in which with sinners. The man '-wto finds cur U mad of the worst ease.of Blood .. ..d.. :, ",
, tbe religions aspirations of. men find peace with, God >through '.Je.u"Cbrllt FoUon. ow Apply at .1 least the .
t, ' 'expression. 'It is nothing to the discredit Just believes that whatever safeguard :For eaneer .tumors. swelling. etUjr Mozley'shemon 500. .pounds to ,acre with, ;

" of religion If our best effort to Ins of1 righteousness was necessary son,ugly .1....*, rxnlaUnt plmpleaefaUkinds .,
. embody It fall short of those vision of when God's mercy set out to' save him tike B. B. :B. It destroys. the-eraser eJl 3Jf' cent 8 '
poises In the blood heals wnow of per nitrogen "per cent; availablephosphoric
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withwhich soul are ,
{ Its glory our has not been neglected.: kinds cum the wont humor* or supjroratlaa Elixir _
: blessed. It 4. no leas a treasure because But while we need not fear that God *w.J11a .. TbonaaAds eared by B. ... t
, we have It in earthen vessels, will offer n* more than He has a right B. after nil .b* falls. B. B. B. eompoaed acid and' cent. POT '

'llellglou systems are confessedly Imperfect to we need have on tbe other hand, no 0'.pare betsnle lagadl eats. Improve Ta* 9. per _H" ._ '.. ..=. .y
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Religious persons are full of feat of giving too much to.Him if'we the dlcMUon, makes the blood pan and i4.alStnlUaer rMdiclme !:
faults. But. they exist They are rich stop* th* awful Uohlna; and all sharp POTASH is. '
most ,
all."Were.
give 4 I a important factor5\ in corn''
: 1. facts. And >hey area good evidence .the whole realm of nature snide shooting thirty yearn pain Druggists' Thoroughly, '1 par teoto4'06 Une bot :e a I.e -...... .... IntffmHoo,' ,
'..
i 'of man's religion nature ss the7.are awe atmnaekv JUadac. >Cone,, "
small U., with dlraetton for hem
far too eomplet
: "of the Imperfection of all things buman. Lore That so were amaclng a prevent so divine. ; cue. Sample tree and prepaid by writing Dtooromd UMT sad la Kidney,and,' culture. Our' practical books for .farmers are
the enlm
perfect con-
' '' But how about our own 'religion nature Blood krp
.' Balm Co.-Atlanta, On. Describe .
Demand soul life my all. ...... . .
'i' been my my fcr fesutatlms: the bowel* "**
Have trouble and
yours and mine? we ire medlc-U advise also ***Ula

treating manes, a It brilliant fairly young In 187tt British George scientist. Bo-- :.1(........ u.t.g. **aled Utter. *- |. -. - .. .TOM .Up', the System yours for' the askirig-,._no cost or :obligation?', f- '

;, .- came to> the conclusion that he Living, to' escape trouble I* .a poor CLASSIFIED. and _...... ',.* to' enjoy the
.' e had no right to a* soul or a- God:? and k.1od'of existence.'' Tlie smaller animals -What, kind jof a girl Is shaV Ft****.! I* IaItoI g*** of any-sort ,and a vast fund-- of. invaluable
his "obvious duty to sttflo in action, hi theeagh I. sauna. ;
tbat'It was "
.' In tbe> forest and mountain. Lau "to "Th kind that likes violets.
: bailer'. and to "discipline Ills Intollect .... ... pus act drag ....... 10
: .all give a large snare of their attention to "Bvery girl does that"
wlth.regard to,,this matter Into anattitude information in them..
but wasmade ,
avoiding catastrophe man
"' "1 "Hold on.The triad that,Ilks,vio- -oin DO* COlllTllfaa-
of the purest skepticism. '
for another kind of life. "Howare ,
"t.'
lets when they're ja bunch, &114doeen't .
enabled to confess he wrote
not ,
r yam your a man called out to his car for 'em In ae&OOa"- AAa ... raKMAHKAUWTKKA. .. .. *
i . at the time. "tbat with this virtual nee friend in passing' "I 'can't complain* NewTeHi. *J"- MMM*.. tue ...-,Tli-ITU: g.ei, a_.a i_ *
God the universe to me bag
gallon.of wee. the ready: answor.Poor' fellow
.. I lost it* soul of Mthelappalling bwa* The beat that be could sty was that ha
contract
'j eppressed by wa. successfully dodging disaster'for
between the hallowed .elO1'T of tbat the1 moment I The prevent moment '
-
:' creed which was once mine,' and then make the of V' "
ought to highest-point Joy . :
. .:.., { of existence .a.1 ..noW'I .
n lonely mystery' on. accomplishment our lire have yet :
I . find It." A little. less than. twenty tnown. God ,mean that tit: should. a Womanly Weakness.
7eu. '1ater, George Roman became I Wa have. more to be thankful for today WHYWOMEN "
convinced that in seeking tAt deal unflinchingly than" ever. before'since .w. or theworld '" .;
i with the fact of physicI : : '
I came Into betas "Kven our unconscious A
, ; science be had ignored the most significant habit of speech'win\ Indicate) leads to much more wide spread trouble than mere, pain and sickness for'
M 1'''''' of all facts, the most directly =-".
" (W'\''\' known. tbe moat completely) attested oft thus If,we, are living.abundantly.\ i yourself. If allowed to take hold of you, It vrffl l lead td worried and worn,

" .all.nature facts',He the came facts of to his recognise own religious that it 24'a c.... s ." out friends! :'and relatives; sickly,.' Jl-d veloped.ch11dTen.. a'shorter llfe'for 'Iiyou.and r

.. I. ."ressouabla to be a Christian belle People talk'' about speed.' 'pro..l4en'H all your:.family In Justice J ; 'to yourself ,and children ;build '
up
er." Before his untimely death be bad I believe In providences, but / a

'returned"to that full deliberate communion not.in the specialty.. 1 do not believe I your health, drive out ,the weakness, 'which .Is.'shown by ? ,regularly '
with the church of' ..ua Christ that God lets the thread of my'sffalr .

Vhlch bs had for so many years been ;(o for six daTa* and on the seventh recurrtng'pain falling;feelings, periodical distress,.etc. and.taka l! .
, 'conscientiously'-compelled to forego.! evening takes It up for amomeat. The .
I In the multitude of his thoughts within 'lo-callfed special prod4e vs. are Dot

/. .biro,he bad secured a square"deal exception to the role-they are common .A NEED
ftr his onL.. -' to all men at all momenta. Bat It II a WINE y
, Our difficulties Pla"not be his,< but Fact that God's care Is more evident 1* e '
.
.i
Ve have tbemv Th things which torn instance of If than In others, to >

It hard for us to secure our souls he dim and often bewildered vision of ) -.. .....
fi'tmake chance may b* very different lumanlty. Upoa 'neb Instances men : J

from the thing which made It hard telse and call them providence' It la r" .Df .. .

for him.. Scientific men of today bowV well ,that, they can, but U would be. s TRENTCTH '. ,-- ill 'I
"
lass to make them feel as the seemingly riortoosly better if they could believe . v
{
of the .. ,. ; \ X
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r triumphant matorlalla \ that the whole matter Is eel grand " ** C9'JtUch .'s. ,.
: Roman feel about ;
( entire mad. young pro1'ld.Dee.JeGIIP UacDonald '
.}V :Jbaving' a God and a aonL.'But our dlfflcnltle "' ' . % will. prevent IN pain add misery:increase jrour vftabtjr; regulata;= your trnmtum* "' ?'

mar be of .another class entire jAll _. ........I* D*.' . c . tod glva': you tTugth where you' moat need !fL' "Bor taking CarduI". V.N- 11M. :)

ly. Perhaps tbey are far'laaa credit' ; \ RoIIfD.xIo of Ferris.)...?l'ri just weighed 96 I I.... ''tz
able to our -Intellectual. alllrerity.'Je.. The discipline which we choose fo.unelY. WRTIX' 1 tre< TBXMLYad pound weak MnOUL and .......
I creditable: to our, moral purpose evil .* does not destroy oar sblf4ovelike . t from pea1odIc.J paID and jepleasoesa. Slnca taking five bottles of Cardut. I paw. ...--'! 1

,inclinations and ''th* multiplied oppor that which God assl?** a* Himself '. frankly In cMctrct cooMeoot..tumeg aD yes' IrI4DP.V1fecS.: I reel like acev'pr on.' and weigh'i 'JQ9 pouods.Idaxx' ......use ....;], ,

U. stuntmen for gratifying them that make each day.- All we have to do I* to give jEa "jJHfi: T an- .We.wM-ed.yea' ,;river ball i *\ eaAtury, as a specific remedy for.' festal.;troubUa-Car4.t. .;|.........Nrt. ...>tI _
- :U'' bard for their souls to get fair-hear ami.**ep't. God day: by day-:witb-. :... ""' ta |>tela aeakd ea k>pe. yod ..ealb =nUnecl stared ova a epthaa oahw.- : .- xt '

tac. ."The Justotthe 0.*n. th*.last of at,looking further.":\: He carries us InUs ,oaMe Vook: oa. Heaie Treateent for W-... :"'" -. .. ,,'Ii', _: 4TriIL'i.,, ...., .>-'1.U:-\y.. tntl...
::1'1 '.tl** and fibs pride of.life ire not .fth arm. a* loving mother carries y'AUnMi. Ladtoa Adrtaery .Tk:" ; .w.;. "' : .1'
eye Father,. Jeha'tella usv-But aoma- per-thUd.:--In'..every 'need let .a look -G r..... ea.CIaDoaca.T.; ...... :At: '''Y er'S.fI :'> ; ,! _O ,aB ittl_

thug more I* .-Tbey-out-Herod with love and trust to our .h.*venly,. ?v he -'- ,; I. ., D. ,4.,. .. ...p./ ,. \ _' .J. .-:.as.t' . ," -' '" '.

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_-1 would like to' say 'to the people
I4 : Qsoeola county that I can't thank
) 'hem toil'' much for t.be,0""" they rave
; r .. I tun.. election, end All I don't expect Summer Goods
to run this lima liope that thry'
will net a man that will, contend for,
I good road, for don't thlnkthey can .
do any thing better for the rood of .."- '. .
tbe Pf'ople.b..a to have good road -
1 i Well'Mr. Standover' it. look -like '
I DOW that the pot bas done boiled over .'. .. 1" .
nod split several candidates already.
: 1 think''it would be better If we could. : . ' ; "

r "} bare only two race horses on the .
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track at once for only one can win the .
,r : price. 'Wf1I1 hope that the county ... '
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rl mule will be taken good cure of. so ...

C when they are taken to the State Fair RefrigeratorsFreezersv .,. .,, ; .
will the . \ , I ., ,4
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win , '
b I don't think Mr. Hamstrung willhave I .,. _..I.. .;,0" .' .!..... .- . '., ." ,, ,. .
to Hell't Day to mudto I '. '
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'" : take down to Tampa Fair for I expect .:._ _._ ... >..: :: ;;:,: .t ': .1' . .
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before the uut. election li over If the : . .
w- :1 weather gets as hot all politics I don't . : : > :::7i: <, :::". --r'._ ..
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; i thick we will have any more Jack >" \ ,* .

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through the city Saturday from Port.. .. .
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plant near GaloesYllle wherethey' will .
r.. i! work as laborers. This is an innovation . r ".""i 'Y" '; : \ M. -.? h
1.,10, heretofore unknown In Florida CanopiesHammocks ,y, "rf
: and the experiment will be watched 1 :,j : 1'H'? :

f with'Jntoreac.-Lh. Oak Democrat. 'I ",'''.: '. CARSON
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Z4V ;' f The Home .

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: l'l'Restaurant'. : t HARDWARE

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S 'Clean, comfortable beds BIG-L NE' .: .

Elegant service. careful ,

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v* The ideal home for travelers Harness and: Saddles '.

b' and tourists., Reasonable .', . '
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For County Commiavlotier., ---.....,.\ ...,
t 'hereby aneuune* HyMlf. .'.....Id.toe far } I, Waters &'Cars nGroceryIG'RQC
County CammiwiaiMr for aUiet No. L oaluwt Coo Co'y
S thi Ownaamtia.primary to bo held Majr 16th., /
S' Walrrsa BAs.8LI
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For Tax Cellector.,
I hereby nnbdneo .mymtlt'candkbito for' tiM } !: : E IE $
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offlr (Tax CollMtorof Oe>oU> --tF. aubloct A tl.r
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Th.nkUwth.Boet>M for vo.t faion, I horofcyuptouaoo >i,

>.', ,'' ; : ftrlHF-racc numm'isr okndldteto-.r --for J'l ro-oaoUoa eountyj cub-to 't. '<>", 4'; 2fe\: I Celebrated Ferttllzers CI A .
; ; | tfct tiTtlM action oT 0.. Democrat Primary. If '. I ,
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"Thanklnf pleofEI.almmesNCtty'for /11RID\
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", 1 hereby nnoiiDc tnyielf a e a<1ldiU..for 73 tIJi | Oq-ULZitry 3Ej rqdL'u."o'e1A ;e. ispeciiaity; : :'I'
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; .rapport. of the' 'voiora of....on'..."..tows..0II' -i1I4 19 -r.'J "' ",,",1o"1". "' """' ,,",, V .

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55 r '': ; > ; Toti.. CltIlonlof For KUnlminke:Marshal: '. H'E' Painless Cure of Curable Pain
1 : Owlni I4i tbo ollcUalloiw ormnf of .
frloDOit. Who .Up..I. tnv Intenrlly and : t" STEM (!: ,
tv to fill th. po.IUoiiof mamba' of the clef of \ : ,
Ki. linm"'e. I bav*<*oold'd to offer nriolf u i '. NeVer suffer '
resign yourself
; candldato for aald. moot Important offlo. I am , 4.1 f ,, pain. Wpmen s:

r and ban hsve lh. kind alwiyi Dpiart boon of a lr my>rd pun u.muenu..,..tbat and 1 id*II* Good looks of ten pains are curable They. are ;.the sign of darigerpus'
pond lor rlttctlou. ; lTZ: ; : quite; '
/ of female
; ; ;conditions the ;,which should
'" pollra organs )>e
i : : I bavo b.on a offlprr for tba bettor part ** +
_ 7Y: of dny life, having bean-for six foal both < are, only skin deep. promptly attended to or dangerous results'will
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irulman and m r hof| oar iii>Ur lty. f \ ,
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; r """ n4>two iear; select '
rcr.ha ..f Claxion,.ija.-llree years, from Therefore, in your suit for Springor: : Summer, TARE: '- I
wheels I rwlcnod: > : ,':
o return lo<< th. ut of Flor
Id. lh. ... alM, b..oa deputyiheril for'Sixrart 1 "'--.don't be misled into-buying tbat.which merely looks -wellandv.the -' '
ofT.uti.ll ounty, Ua. ID then roar ot '
toll and lon-of dancor.1 .ohttwith pride cudchstleu. i, 'market 'tJitsOyear"9 flooded:with;such' trannents. '
: luvritlitatlon of ihootvoroxt kind. \
A'e III.am" an lonunato .. to be clwotod,I borobyBl T ';- idnalsowan lpt.ri>sgqua7ity;,! dPdtticiilaiUuyiufind'i I f hItl'i'
df to the good poppleof / ', < NA +r
bvat sad moat of eb.ooaaalontlooa eflbrwa' livai :of*:'III.'r'bar eltl- tll the{protection'the t aced in'Th flell System..1wh; jh' 'Ifleof(

'I : r.a.:.wtaout tt I will f..r upb-or f1\a favor laws dolor.In every m' ditty roapron > i Stands; ;:,for ,the ,choicest-products\OfvJhe\ 'loom, :the, latesti'jityle '
w.II."yor.' < o..7 05...r Islet r'TroaUUf '
I ; : l loracalvoyour kind ppport wrsrr, (..>.; '! } the 'artistic. ,cut ( vlth JjJi: symmetrical .lines, t tgrid COMES ,

_ '.., j ,.'1', ("" 't F.I&h'nll",..,. '.. 1MPffkokiiatpr, ::} 'conscientious tailorine atl at a reasonable prioe.. You can c' ,. : TOWOMAITS; (T t :.RELIEF .pvhenerer -. ,;

I For Mayor.; prove ;.tmrabjHty to"'discrlmwiate' against'' :'brands' she suffers from any of vroman'.biting'and veakentag pa ri. ." : .
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I '. I UkothbnvKltai" ]of.._......my-candidacy: by buying the Bell System Clothe' , .,i. | It not only compels: the pains to stop; but" It follows up'and drlvas auti'
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,, fufrsuika lor tM oIIIce(ho dmainsKI.drnmm..ndr..p..O anppon'of" tb*"___ ,'.- I f \ '.:? f." ?r-- ffi I| the causa..of.the pains which.prevents them from coming back: 'i'
?; > ., T.'M. Uoarnr.Mayor'sproclamation .' g.L/.dli.Aoid f makes "
l.u U well
.L ', I t 0'.,. '. I t" .... ".1''> 1 1..... tll ",))4"":>& s r' ,Sold you Try .It.'t"l' ,, '' .
: i .f7'I'bere In $J SOO bottles..
; : : Stern? Lauer '' Shohl &'; Cincinnati; o 1-
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h+t1 : I I 4bolet.J... Myorof. 'b. Town 01 Xls.lmut a f. )!I" 5? \ >: .y i""> / 1"'i. t\ 'vntrrx: UaUA urn: WltHOCT AlI'ADf":
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City riorltf. do hereby proclaim and Uoclaro '
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tow.waardaylb.11.5dayofYareh.A: l>.' i .a -. !w t 1 \ 2SVjIWlaUJrouriyi2Etolll9"l>(I Bluff 'M&JidamylMwsewwkv':
>> 10.b.. purpoH of *.....11 tbo l i fofAhcjJig .1 . '
olf following tnIu. 'W will sand free a4v1ca thouth, before \
t ., ... taking two I
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t ,e term ol one year, via;, l. CARDUli
(ta plara sealed 'eanIope) 1Iow' to doctors I
w ; 0" Mrpor : bad done ma no can
0.. c k.t'r">:, ,, H. M.tefANN curs' they; Address LanniAdvlnoyy truthfully I was cured Cardul I
t Y ,vOaaTrvaauror, uMTh: ., .=..,, 'to, say by .'
4' ; r 'Dept.;Tbo pMrtanoota MedlctoeCo.,. j.l..ant every uff rlng lady ta know of
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r"- '' y0.rs TwoaU.ms.,t '- to nrte foe Ike...(.arm. o1:; ; 'A x .* I.Chattanooga, Tana. this wcoderiul medlctoe" :;., .

L' : ) gIbis.bJ' .p.i"; J.'M, fiymoiiir'i' WWIIJ.100.1.D4 | ...... . .
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A -"S.. '-h."aafcaln.od ,f, Land. .tt.)1 K iMotto. }'O",,,. L. t4AfIAl.$. . ,
; TH a tbe VA day of yebro.ry, A. U. IVOA. iiaVofAprU.
5' 5 s. w. ADKkHOLo.ue.hM : .12; W...r rl- uturu, BarY."AN OBNBRAL:MoD IBS.j .
; T1 F-*.'&II.?**.of Btaai !... .ItJ'.r ,County. A.Judo D..-of.St Ooooola lea m.Pountr. I will FlocUp.apply to LOS abe aaoaj7 _, OffloaHooja.U to!.._.,. I ;';fixative .Bromo. ,
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Administrator's' Notice' : (J8)1&B.Mfe.Thr1tY tysI.se) Township\ aut"Tsi_ctdrht .t" : fi J om..no.neeoat. .110. ORI"11'.1\\A.r \ .'Cold in Ofle Day LI
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wit bo torarar.;tarrad and all Mrcooa I... I 4 4.y1Jst.nl Grafts. M&ora. r '. ,. 1IoILt .
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y't ? _..0'...Ike M.01,,.Tbo.....La: at ""greatly: rol uc.d ::: prices,to,,i.make ; tl lil.1. ., tHdDe' re' r004 "r. "Inky' ( ''i t)wort DetlyYtof'p' tMly':-
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.............................. :itley 04'w ). Mrs. Anna Bass (wife '

S of Arnold//and)// Mrs., Ada Harvey NOT=Ges3.

j. With Ndthbon a at Wbittkr. (wile of Japes.) These were added to '
the church: frith the usual ceremonies.Mr. .
Reported E'.ch Week (O..I. C. j Burke Bible lecturer I Nodee is bit. -'-that thiMlMrtwfeMriMWfewatoMUrt, Mb** SMtlM w the Tit, d.
: ( ) applying day..1Iq. A.r 1.... ..!moat ifiiin.Tinn door n Unii T a... r tr..woaI eI o.-Ia...
.MM4+lw w tkts....1bttl+tR4t11e0lf.t'r his (mechanical talent to good abaft flRarida.araa web .-.iifMwUtaa aaaa rr to i thaa. >*__ dr sae ora- ....... We
use, bavlnk executed fine workmanship Apposite to the oases aorta..wise" .Mat d s.r sad adTai U SI. .

Poor unfortunate county oummlI'sloners *- on th- graves of some of our departed

; : blamed for nut having wood .

roads; blamed four" purchasing .mules "5\Mrs.. cIc 1sei'ue. Godwin accompanied JiAl1H I DESCRIPTION or LA71Da .
to work on said road; blamed fur not b IN.... Lbu Monsdiocr and Ethel Undenroodrere I d I ad[ Us"r'

keeping old roads In. repair; burned visit>rs at Mrs. ]Arch y

purchasing a machine for the aooompIUbmentof BaM f &DdaJ. Miss Lou' j perform. :
the ;"'blamed anoVfiA purpose organ wasvery
for failure to make acceptable exrhlhlt to the assembled company acceptMble IXUakaawa.uI......... ........ w&.UMak. 1e..............:.......................... i n t Mt

_, at. t.be.IQoallecl81.at'alr; blamedfor Frank Godwin much>> his i surprise ....... .....Dtr af M af.raya**rayae...."...: ,

the expense they put the county. to>> picked up a rattlesnake with some, ............ .LatSO.BtaakA..............:........................ Iii' SIB'
for that blamed for building brush be was throwing Into the fire sub Mr.,Li art Bitok tt, F if B Swvay sad Lota 1 sa4 M. BoMaaTS Addltlr.ii .

an expensive purpose court; house; blamed for but disposed his snakeshlp beforeany ........ Iet A.,... .... .................. ................... 24" 14 A, .

not keeping the grounds surroundingit Injury was inflicted. Frank ... !IJI"-%Sub DIY Of Bleats IL and DL d pose........ "

In repair; blamed for paying a high dropped the thing quick.In saysbe JMa.........._........ LateSaaalTaf ......11.... DL...'....;...........4 ( M ,4WAlaf

premium Insuring said court.house, February last a communication IHnaaiVai'lffiinT d Blasts JD.and QLd Ross AMIIIIa"",

and would be blamed should aforesaid from Whistler declared that we were oaa.-a."O.! .:;... Sent f. Burk QL.. ....:.................................. 'n /elr ....

court house burn dot n wlLholl'beiDA' In the petition-period.. W.'Ye'i'passed Robot Boos Addido.,
Insured blamed for a failure to from that to the election-four aheadof u-- ows..... .....;. 81ssk lit..;;...... ......... .M. e M
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procure abstract books for the county]i n* for the balance of the year Including A.J. wou............ sNlCaf.. NB.. w.. Black TL.......,.................... H U
blamed for an effort to procure said sab-district school. election. 4*. Data... .W..ellUDek'l'Lo... ....................-.. i 1* .
books blamed for a thousand things nextSaturday.The Mao Uthla'J.'OadkoN .A..I.. ........TL mad&1... ........................... *B+ !11 '
: Crown..,....... tat t"". Nook......---.-.......-....--...-......s. 1 N
which they have done; lamed for a pole book and line brigade ad. tl1 ......... All.*Meek t ..,...................... MMMM 144*
-: like number of things which they haveleft inced a. small force last week and ahty.a.....,.... n 14 a bleak 15.3: ........................' MM
undone. They a blamed sec, captured a number of fine trout.The 0. A. ................. ...a. bleak M...,............. ....................... 4S .". } M
are L L sw-.......... ....L idsM 1s......... ........ .. .... ..... ,! M. 1M
let them do whatever the spirit moveth Warren have removed from .L aou-sac.......... Bar u 8W oar of black L. II A ttt-s Mft f n ft -
them to do and every wiseacre and Canoe Creek to Foghorn and Early W..<% .......L .................................... '14*. SU
jackanapes la the county feels perfectly bas succeeded irrepressible. Allen X.F.Dawsd Addldo.. .

.satisfied. that be could do so as mail carrier. ii:fwrefaaa......... .......B...C aa*all mtk af Rant.*D........ nw fx asV11106
mucb better and then to cap the climax A little girl of Flnnlgan''Sellers, Ctaaaanti AAdWois ..

and throw on the last straw that from Lanier's was so severely burnedTuesday Ttesdwols.......... Lob L T and.....:...; ............................... ass tiatbbr
break the camel's back, our State authorities 20th lost ,.. that death relieved .'s ........... ..

throw up their hands in holyhorror her sufierlngs the same night. Wm.T.p..M......... sea a.Weak a ....................................... i*4 4U
because few members Of this The child was five old and UbL ................. tat 4 Mask. t"" ........................................ !
a years was CaL........-....... l Aft....Z blank................................... 4MCM
mucb abused body of our citizens. have burled at Whittle on Friday 23d. -.. laid their Impious hands upon sum Your correspondent spent a few day Oajraa Oraaai.. .... t"" block..........................,........:....... 'p '
one 'hundred dollar last week with his friend BeaJ: Draws, H.W.W.H.W.W_.:: ...... xpta.bk>......:...................................... '''II JtJS!
amounting to over _..... !es s. Mork a............."........................... a
per year for per diem mileageand dy. Be has his farm well In hand a-........... .::. .. Mask e ........................................ 8IM
other Incidental expenses and as having employed two assistants to>> aid .......'-...... .... 4 Moak ls........................................ a M i .Pus
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Anthony said over the dead body of him. The ....Io..are making good use B.eaas no--. .4.block II ............... ....................... N M

.Caesar Casslus and Brutus were honorable ol t'elr time. His estimable lady. South. Flow K.*. as... ,
but there are none so Miss Mamie conducts the houseboljaffairs is T.wr.la.......' Lab. Moak.,..................................
8 men poor I. Mnl.r. ............. Lot 's-A N.... .!1.,.......... ............... 1IM sOng
a* to do reverence to defunct county with her usual skill and ability aa'.wins. ... LMa..e.T and K Hoek: u .. ...................... u. u..
", commissioner The State authorities and. Brother Guy any Dean things all,.....,....,......,.. a-..e and T. black 1*............................... M "'>. M t
have so decreed Is and I presume that work together for good. RBRH,....... ........... Ids e.7 std'' 'black. : 1
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Twmrab6 Ida.d t.
should any of that honorable body 1 have not half finished what I IUt ..... Aafbtoekn'...................... ........... ..,.. tto : T4SMM .
il have departed this life since the ex. ,, wonld'wish to say, but suppose yon A.QLILLOo..".., ._.. :'........................... .... 14 4SO.O.McLal
ptratlon of his term. of service, their consider by; this tUne! that if my tongue 1Ut Tmmirr....,. ... AlaCkiaakM..................................v........ 1 M' T4S.

widows must return the amount overpaid U a.* long a* the pencil I 'Am using, o.a-A OVaal" Addltiaa :
and glorious .Stateof would ::.... ... Lafa,am.. eat 8........:..... ............,....:....... 14* ...
prefer -
to our great noble you my room to my comP&07. O.G JIcLaIoa.......... LMa.. ,*...K..... 8......................._.. I" 1stM
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legislators .
,Florida. Our O. LC.A -
.. H.A.Mathews AAdldoN6Oato.

all honorable men Lao the placed positionof thecounty Owerasiteed Cure for Pile.Itching *) ___............ tat.. ....u............. ... .....f......:.... .... on 'onJohsso.
representatives I
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overworked and half-fed mule blind protruding .A .......a ae a.b Db d Lets 1 and 4. d BLadt I eI W.A. rats.... Addkb&tS
an bleeding .. .. ..... .. ............
to receive all toe abuse that can be PI.... Druggists are authorised\ to ,- ; r.r-u.... p.. Lola'sd. 1i
them with naught to compensate refund If PASO A.PaIrl.AMIIII&
heaped upon money OINTMENT: falls
UIItIa.l;aOA.It...... bestowing at the w for d tot Se.I4T 14 ft .nw
i; them for service rendered. to cure In c to 14 4..... -60o.Htewre fts4Tl.&ftwl.fta.Ntt0411itt............. I" aN
What. a noble body of honorable men Unknown : ...... w..t1 edlot4.block.v. ........ N1st,
In the wood. -' i.B.Hrr..t.......a Ag dlotaaA.CLLLLIai.IIW.kL......... aN aN
have been supporting past.
we We 01.0. Ou:!:,.... ......" last 4 Mack IIL..................................... a N e N
But Brutus says they (county. commissioners will furnish Stove Wood,tdeliv Cis.: J.if. ............ North MIl d ..._ilia bl..k 0.................. a N e KL. ',
) were ambitions and Bra ere to any part of town at Sl.OO eI'S.&Dd.i .rlekwr...... Db d Lot le d Florida lad A Lews..t Oda BnrvsLrFa. sidt.J. ;,

y" too Is, as yon all know an honorable MAYMAKP LPMBXK Co.'Notice .v,oary...........i, lost,........ ... ..t..................................... ."'.,140 i KFL
maD.' Men and brethren what ,shallwe ,. : Lad A lsrs.ws..t Ooh alsaws'. :.'" '1$,;t;

do?' Let u. form some idea of a Nrtice. ' "-II............... .....bas is.., sr mot al lot e M fl.,w pa f' ..ft "'!r.P'' 'II!-;.
possible case of expenses of the commissioner .S. hereby. gins that.theregistration ," .' < .alt ft his. ..........................."..........".... ",,'dyaf",n ?i is 1
from Bassengert Dsvtstw Ird., "

Hiding with mall carrier from books la and for Osoeola o.-.ftM....... $1J d an let Uald Status....."me 15.....sN. ,
Bas Whlaler... ...6 00 county will be opened at the various .. .......................... ........."......... a is
ealrfll'lo WblttlerRetain precincts on the 3d day of April and K.UBaan: ........... Ail d..... ,, '.......17................... ..... I.. a SS
hiding with same from will close oo the 31st of M...*J.1ew..a... Basle 6.141.....wl.. .< a.r lot ml.14tJf
&0 IC1I.Immee.... ......... .. 250 day April . . ehs. Mel a 41e..fc*w TAT sty. ta MOM M. to.
: same routes:460: 1900. .......:::........................... ............... se iue .
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'Lewis WHHXWC.Supervisor _
.Neoee.arJ..pea..i 160 .:.
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'" .. .- of Registration.Notice ,J. R. GILBERT, JR.,

PermoDt.b.u. ... ...1.t 11 60 -
.'. i of Election.TraaaaaaforaatdDlatriattarw tux O !lector. Klsstamee Qty. Rorid*.
.111 JO per month W month .. 138 00 .

b o This commissioner then must pay L tiara w"the law d wool wines undo else
the State $38 per year for attending to sea II r .b.rl....." ---4............ Citation of
%" '. Boottt UoM.. wID b.O.em ..ld. at ... Tax Administration. .
Great for
r UM county's business. ..,g ..." w......... n... ....... Notice"oft.Application ,
I COOHTV IVIMS'aOOOBT I 1
::, Don't you all want to bold thepoai ...a t.........latt.s.e# ..k..msnname Deed,Under Section 8 ,of oeosou CecuvY.rU.1
.. .'. tion. Well,'have so many things to>> I ,d d.t.rl.g........ By UM Ooaaty Ji tfMJdboaiitri

'" talk about., will drop this subject-for. ; =. .r--U.I finI.'im.M.Y Chapter 4888 Lawsof w eras,C.A. .... to U l. .
!' Lila ..... Florida. CO'.lAIWnot U ea Ike lit
present.The a'the
: e.stw at Tawasbi 'Tame.ad
...... .k georp Daae,,. 4--... lase at
people inour community; are (lit We II.WTlt ..... Notice. haraby"glm bat A. K. Don.panbaatra M Ce.ia oThaaa 0aei0Ia.i '

i'l: generally enjoying good health. Mr. ....d_w..a:w said o tlr) M...Clrl.kmsa lttJ.r... of Tax CerUBeato No.' 4114 t are,tbrefor.,.to sue mt.d adaMalaa. ailMtctuvUrUMklBdiaduderadteraof
.. A C. Bass i* abont the only serious t-.e rs.rs ........ .. miss n-t. .. UtaMk day of July A. D. IoW.has SUdcaftlBtola Data a said
ys This gentleman 1 dilclecl'S'K' ...-- thesold.. la ml 0__ sad ka made apt .. deaaaaad. lob>>* sad appear balore this Court
.. .. invalid. Maid B..i. 8s..br 8a"..ae.. -dwltdias tics for Us deed to lara la aoaordaaea with .s a* balora UM IO.IIi7 of Moral A. I>..
with troubles which have continued a T ic Is-line law. Said oattiseale aatbraeaa aka following 1.05 tad. Eta they V...to UMla
.. ic4way
'loq &me.& Leigh is on the Improve.Mrs. slow soutben said._Bee Is p....dbst..t.Xbmse.. daaerikad property jatod la 0Me0Ia7.. cranOu 11et eraabdyed. ptkerwfaeaaaiaw&l &M'
/ recovered and Miss AU"the above. .....a" ftotoW.. 'J -
A. C. has is .. ....
.. .. .. Salo aa (]imaptyJi
rn-nt 09
d O.e.ofs..--... ......, .UolU-.II,tw> I MO Count my Mo.yd
Iva continues the industrious painstaking And....ie dwwwlr....self- Samoa TWaaid load being ..-....J at UM date 01 ,. d.....uaaa ., JoalrsTO90f",
so
mistress of all things pertain _ Iti..in.... of sack oanlfleata i. UK same. d 1..1 1 w.a.
ing so household affairs. Jllas.Alice ...----....r a:the_bb or teas d sa01.of e.DIao k_ CJoaa'7.1-" .... /I
visitor and cheers bar .tot s.besi Tar r M Lyle.... ....... -..m.l. Ual_said essIZi... skatl be I-.4 ..sne
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Is a frequent 'tip l.r the sld two room eoNing to law tax deed wW lath (haven.M Notice of Election.
old home-folk*' with her cbeerfal, A. 0...... W.II; p.bk and L. B. Dwwd. tSrd day of April, A. D. lit*. wltk too law lla s
,, good humored and. confidential man aa..MOt.t.d 1 L.awt....a"W.A. Unit.,.1k. Wltnau Hf olBoUl *tea......d goal.... DIe aeas.odrdparno.ye SaaBaataMr eae.ko.trees
; ... Dow sacs d tM Hoard d Pats.lstr.af.,. ....,) .1-4:' 4Q"XueIil.. 1-. W eeeaasasd tla &IeedGa will 1M 1M...ai-
Ef/i.c av.Flsrlda.ebbalbd.y d Msa.L &; LE8L1CT. U .paeulZasOaaaoM ; & Jr. .
I' durciUasns were enlivened Wednesday Clark Ctae.itao.ri. OMMQlaBv < nt T.FUrM asuat, ria..oaMarah. r...new .MIIa day.*
h.,"" morning by the exultant whistle IS. A.L> :' from our friend Cape's sawmill. The W. ,.......,; C.i.bwr ...... '
Notice .to' Creditors MaMntVoLCfOf two yrara itrtotaeaooltaXlabaMTla4 attar old
well received legatee
welcome blrat was byour .'or Be". ; ek"Aieu t sad. to la the a.mbw:: sdib d d1..
building committee and a numbero Tice ...'O.n.l.a/ssa and Destribntees..w for ah of, MM
0. :. .... ,.. .... ... .
Imposing edifices will toon'J i tBrother ............ ... ... two "
-'s Me(very at AU prseee bavtag eta/as aiaJue me .@we W.CChaidl.4 J. welter.. .
: u.a____ ....... 8. O.B. Due
lectsn : so Is a be 13Lwow d H .. .......4---.1. late.. 0MaaIa lao.s and W, H. mere stark .*
; Guy met UM. brethren at theregular --.eI_ M M Countyof PIari4..Will present,tie same iMya. ,
I """ u.a_w ....-. ew. be award
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sadra/goed a&
appointment. delivering an K d....... psymeas pee erly Done bit the Uoead of POWs Iw sr eSoa -
idS .
em r satmtsb..f ...... bated; wlthis tile lime -'IIa4'b7 .
' fit ..... ..... .. qee .o.MoIa C.at7. "
I eloquent sermon from Timothy, let aleL. by ellM. .... some wWbstow..r. This Ni{a7 of F #1s4
'I' chapter 18th verse. While here .be W .a-.w.(must MAMCT: BKUJt> WB1TX. lam..
'.. ... L Jetameal. AdmlatetntrUefXatate 01 Henry W. Barae ...Z. .... .
(wife of Dy cb.lra.a.r .
V Baptised Mr*. DoraGodwJnj t c I .' .... III." ...... ..,.. I o sai a.a ...

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:'jDs KI> slmmBr : s .. Star laundry-CrrTBAtocBY.. Next Monday,Is Rule 4a.y ,'

bargaloa in willow chair*'' at 8prlng"Gbod' I arrlTlag. dally-at : <

l,,,.; TsU.H D'., ' ,' K 'J'8.'Rellu'J.r Of :Gfteat Interest' to Wo jA
meeting of 'city council
'U8 $IiBJJ. Good arriving dally atKATZ'S. f. ,; '.
next Tuesday night.. ,t .. :
L flt'ured'ir.'WDI of1 shire '. -- .,
.W, B. and at the New Hoe ladles .walstsjust: .
Bargain Store, '. arrived, at Kanner.& Co. .,
LINE ]DRY GOODS
?, Official : Emma Morgan returned home 'Phone 35 for what you want at the. ,Op .
y I, "..".. 'T.'I'IIII.ii..'.. from Fort Pierce,' where she CahvBargaiH! Store.: .
. f ,.. been spending. pat several Ar.: jANN 'S. ,
The school board will meet .In. regular .: ; ] '
with relatives; _
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session next Tuesday -
I WayaaOaUfd, New York / .s .s : ,
.,....., .. .. riv <* .:?Regular monthly meeting of the of.; 1
1 + + a Vueday night to spend county commissioners next-Monday. W9, ) arosho.vlnsa'lino: ,Dry Qoods which will rarely ipfttisife our .
... .., day: tb hi* father Mr. O.' W,
,.frldav""iniiiy.*...."t..o..r.>. atSRunnymede. Wear a new suit of the. ...standard patrons.: ''Tbela'tc8 patterns otthe.ost: .popular goods' for. SttMiB> .. Froekr
'na<1r .,*...,? I Ma'mie akdw. guarantee', "b'm.j; Kaoaer A ..
'1101101. ..,........ Suirkla, 'the popular .
Tuetod.wd.eedar'..w:.1.. {.v.... -of the, second grade of the Co. are lioro, ,such as D.otted"Swl.ss, French. Gingham,, Clmmbry' and ether*. The
.M.O. sister
rhnyM.r....: ., h''' School' visited ,friend AV Beach and ot : .
Lane from Friday till Sunday* Ashcan shopping.spent Wednesday. in'' town. .line Jl UJ.reCe vedtmany'compllinonts sln\co it has ,been display t ed;1.&:iil'all'the .

pec t'to be out of the city. after ,
L of April for about two week: _You:'will always.find at, The Cash ladies. are Invited to call and,,look,. It over we know it wilipleaee"yam-: : *
'Our rate. for ) having dental work needing Bargain Store bUr values! on our five

ment* among the I attention will please make; and ten cent counters.Mrs. economical; buyers know that 'DatmV,. in .the place to 'trade ::Yen ,can
,
this sertion.page 1* ten )..* at. an ,early date. O; A. Carson;; left yesterdayto .. ,

Da. J. W.SIMPSON. visit. her pare uti. Boo :and Mrs. have. ,, more: .pretty frocks ti Is 8'uwf1crlf you buy tie] materials! here.,
Johnston ha Bold hi" dray 1. M. Bryan at Danla.-
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r I and horse to C. G. Tlner and Mrs. C. W.. Gi-tffin and little. daughter .
I ha aooeuted a position with ', Norma, returned yesterday froma '

THE L ]I I (t Carson' Grave e Hardware' visit\ to relatives in Tampa WHERE YOU, HIS ;GooDS ?

I O.- Blossom Lodge A. F. & A. I DAMN'S
ange .
!, W D. Johnson'. many friend M. will bold Us regular. monthly Communication LIKE TO TRADE::' ALWAYS 'SUIT''
pleased to see him on one abets
next Monday evening..
and This, is' Mr. ;
Tuesday
Fewer gallons; : ; 1, '* flrit ..1.1r.'to .town .enoe Phone yqur wants, we do the, run .. .- ,

Wade, the ( & Illness. ning.i' -

Spring Goods G. H. Morrison and Master I: KUSIMMKB DRUG COMPANY. .' -. -. .. .
spent the afternoon. and 'even Wood for Sale.-When you want a. """' '''"'' .
J Orlando Monday IU"'Ddlulr the1 load of good dry pine stove wood, call '
All kind oC' ,opening of Mr.. Morrfson'l up phone 74. Delivered ,anywhere in !
Thompson'.. rink in that city town on short notice.-. \W..Pronsoo. Clearance' Sale !

MrL.. P.' j[ Henry Matthews. of Tamps, Avery pleasant social function was S AYfc . ..
R on business. last. week here visiting her bus- lh dance at. the opera house Monday .. '
New summer, '. parent Mr; Matthew came even.ug.' 'dt la .die m .lo on I': piano: .
at Kanner Co.Forgo !' ., and spent the day and they and violin was fUI'III.bed by. Mr.and
home_ Sunday afternoon.;' )ltr.,.Newetl. of Orlando.

see C..H. kind" : away from the. habet of going The Rt. Rev."'Wm.:: Crane 'Gray, D. .ur-\vOOrEN: DRESS GOODS 'rnUa ''be sol'' ,

( out of town ''to' buy good D., Bishop of Southern Florida,,will '' ,
. 'J. W; Mlller r. spent, with the home, mer- make .hl. annual visitation to St. ." ,regardless-of) previous ,sellingg. prb:: e .,, .,
Orlando may return to you but' when John's Episcopal Church on Sunday TOur
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All Vind* of : It away it 1* Irre.Oa.7; .evening next. The service will beginat . "I --
cle..''at. 7:30. All are welcome. I
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J.; McPhatter. ."sited the While In 'MErr WINTER 'CLOTf.INg 'sold t
Smoke Key W. ,: county Orlando-Wednesday J, W. : : .wllr W WJWl
Co Cigar on the last week and report that Millerto called at Dr. Harris's Sanalor- :t
wo..h. Campbell has the county orange turn to... Mr. ',Tummy Thompson ., ,.out. regard for.its fIrs | cost.to_us. '
',j()() of in the pick of, condition and who went .there abort time ago for o I .
cott. S. C. a. prospects are fine for good treatmeuttorabrokenleg; Mr. Miller f .A'M' '
Don't fall 'io ) .. eadn.> said be found Mr.Thompson improving.

4 clearence ..... .at. .-M: Plano .has ti.u'"be o>. rapidly, both as to* his general health nobby line of All of our Winter Ooo --MUS1 BE SOLD to make: room for <
and his and thinks be will be
Mrs;:W. .W.; ; ; in front 'of' his stores. himself again leg in a"abort time; "* .- -.- Cuff Buttons, .StickPins . Spring. Goods.,of which:we will shows' fine stock( '' '
which crack-
visited Orlando was badly
torn up by the Are which' dt- Mr. M. B.' 'Porter of Klsslmmee Watches, Hat ?$

Wear the PeD'J bl. builulng come months ago father" of our Aldermen Clayton Pin's etc., .etc'.., has H. STANFORD ,
tee every .pair., by Mr. T. w. Kill which add. Porter arrived here last Friday on a "
Linen. from 18o .0, the comfort of peIestrl.os.: visit",to bis son and for th.' purpoe just\ arrived., An 1r -.' TH" OMiaiNATON. OP1, LOW'',*>"RIOK" ,.' INv '.KIi61MMtl' i 'I .
of taking rest.. He I* a. 'well informed 4. Fh
shirt waist and : spection requested. "
August Hhcmidt! who bad, been &enLlemaD' and s> moatinUtestlng. > c _"""' MI t .
Supt." W. J, the Vast several week here talker and it'. would be a I -
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transacting, J.AV. Miller. In conducting good.-tbtag for-4he town' if be: could PRICES RIGHT _
: :MoUih: "...ble.L lefiltast Satnr-: beinduced" '
to -locate ht1'e.-Puo..a
.An-woolen d... << i iregardless !
:...a home a\BI..1'.ul.Neb. Mr. Gorda Herald.- ...
of ,
.. expect to return next winters ,
'; Nice line Of before and may locate. per Meisn.:J: T. Driver and Z/Ti Rile.'! ..
CAIt8O\II. ,
IC.I4., JOIN tSR K. B.kARe.n,
of Campbell visited the .
farm last
j In Klssimmee.'. poor
mats, just Wlil.t
and the Prval4e.b' 'YIJte..d..t.J ,,
Friday request Valley Gazette
Mr. M. .. CreekmorK, highly. efflclent .
say that they found tbingb there inline
-.J* from a visit. to hi j leach.v in the High School shape. 'The grove I I. well kett State Bank of ,Kissittitnee. ,
forced to resign her position i Kissimmee Drug Co .. .,
and tp I! in .thrifty condition-'and - QaPhone 166 and '.vf ill healthand left Moji- pauper. quarter are kept clean and Kissiiinmeej 11a.rAlpv .. -'. ,I
: visit her brother *. t .
a Augusta .
neat. It is the opinion uf these
short notice. .. C. E.: Franklin of t: that Supt., Campbell<< la gen.yrmen the* .. "''''''''- ', '! '
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stable, 'h'0 of Publlo-n.truetlon. has 4! CA".TAL.. .... ; s0 00a :'
ar- right man in the. right. place. : f! } a. h,4FbF..a7 ;i.y1': .041 ,
t The City 1 M t... Flrsle Ove1 street' to take.' In this issue we publish 'the" announcement -? .. , '. STOCKHOLDERS LUB.LlTY80 OOQ 00.DBP051TOilIS ;\ e &{I
White
Star I.au .
State., Q of J. I*. Overetreei, a* a . SIICUIUTY;.. 'jHO. ith.; "rr.J100, 000'oeproiaPtfd' \ _
#.. N. B. Carson of the State. candidate for reelection to the office FOB. 'SmE. __ "
WANTED-To of Kiss Ion me*, is In'the hospital\ of Tax Assessor. which position be Carotid Atteatto' 'lEi .a to cU !;iasttert. 011-

i moatb' 'at. . where be went last week" has. .filled with credit. to himself and to I trusted to ...' Exchaages good: . .t .npolat. a; olNape.trates.
,this office.'. ". ; \ ... a slight operation, :or.a tbexo uDty forthe, past ".0,- year ''::- ., 'j . ,.. '--. 'lle "'(; ... r' .
though'not' 'serious: malady. Mr. Overvtreet ha' uroved an ', YOUI1 Y
"Come and efficient OraDjle.rro"e., well located crop A > tMHII_ i UQ1f}*
.before buying I ..* to I return 'in about two and ''aceomm.:>datlnll official and- has I).'PI' 19OO. estimated. fromlw trees ...

gain Store, ", ;; \ During his absence 'President. a, host of frlepds who will lake pleasure f. 350 \hoses, about 2fiO young/trees,'. .. .
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.. '!. ":'" : : ; Ca..op. of".the bank: ;; Is -i acting in voting.for hi* it-election..>, > ., "; 40 acre*-with d"Un..t1IfT", !\ "' ". r;;. ,. '
r; Mr.-'and; .llr*;. -I ", '' .V Mill Carolyn, Ashbrooki. delegateto : J : ... .* V;, x "rice..$2,000. : -
Master Leory F. ; Narooossee. Christian. ,
L> Woodhamof the Convention held atKlsnlranaea "
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'last Saturday..) ., a" for a visit to his old recently report the people 20 per'' e-t;; InvestmentDwelling1 ,

.-fr. D.' J. atFuredown,, SCockbrldge, pt.tJlli.city a* being the most hospitable and grove of 200 trees, in town.DwelAng .
section has been England. This I* Mr. Wood and generous in ,the entertainment :'I, "it t m ii .' .' V : .'
Ins' town this.week. flat visit to his home in ',seven of the convention. It. was a big -8 room-Verv desire able- O'S'OE.O
V'ani and he expects a very pleasant leap for the Christian churcn there to 1ocar.luo-Ren..lq per year, LA, -
P. ,A. He goes on busl ness.and plea. entertain .convention, but they were Good water some bearing orange
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portion. this and will be away .till. more than excellent In the plan for tree.*, -'.-,. ;. -.-- $12OO. ,8 lH' R'M'A'OY1: :
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after a.llpa. : the flrst.of September; Its pleasure and comfort. The various

Mi.. Bessie'' W. HI: BmtLI of,Valnosts, Ga., other. churches 'also assisted in the Good t vestmentr-t85 lots for $300.. .
'' 'Ito..,-I. d..I. the Home Restaurant meeting attendanceand. in housing jacksonvlUelo '....s50u .OOeach, '13.00. S' THE LEADINGDRUG: 'STORE, '
MI. Emma '& C, Bass, and moved his fait" that visitors, showing a most commendable c.sht and tl.OO per.month. ;, .
.. and took charge of the busl- spirit( -Mlaiul, Metropolis . ,
See my stook t'of .. Mr Smith.1 -a mem .The water In th..l..ke I U; failing very '- ; .
prices before .' the turpentine Aria.of, Floyd, I.al.&od CapU T. A' .13a s, of the flab t. ffl. WILLSON .JR.W.L.VanDuzor&Co. p DON'T fOlKifUS
framed' & Co who operate a large tur boat.Success, think' he wlll'be able to '
I have moved farm about *lght mile north make only, one ''more" trip through :
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.to ..Stanford. townand Kl*..imm e' is for Southport canal. 'Thl' will 'necessi . ;: .... ',.
Co..t.ore.-. in securing him and his fi'IIOIJ: !:* tate his going the other way until the .0000000000 '. .' When heexLof;' :' '
a* resident .lie is thor water'rUe*,'again, and ,die .shipping bi} anything

If iou' bare oyprbaul1ol',..and renovating point for the. present will be, Fort' ; .j 'tad_ .the. ,, Druff\,line..
away, and want Restaurant. and proposes to, Myer His boat., b-twever '1*"' 01 .: '" ,
'shape; phone the. It one'ot the best places in toxin heavier draft than the .other rivet. . "
Mr JJalcolm to atop / I steamer,' and the other boat will be ':; :; ....
to the market wresd nmtobTuesdayevening able to run for several week yet, even BRpKER8"RiAL : "' "
pent Sunday fairly good audience, who wli-f though! ; the water continues .to fall. ft Bottle ot 1lerbina". f.FREEt O' everu Customer.

t W j ara l a fine exhibition of profession J: Quite a l ludicrous) incident happened : j. .. . .
fur the same Christiansen. the'in VinTT Inr town'yesterday. during-,the -bltof'dran. ( -' V vEV.V11 Vii Vl V V Vy IVV .
{ good natured Ijoston- | . A goloz.bome' : : E STATEAND - ;- -
,to. cenU., Cash young young man wa "' :
to his laurels by' throwti. g' swrtulcen by the ralniand.. just, 'In.front i T '..>
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'spent* a portion the first fall' faqutHng only one new umbrella-* be hastened to 3V }, :,
Wednesday oB.bl, .. Sicloff: Isno elluch.blm overtake him to share.. part. of theumbrella . .
'Mrs. J. :M. ( von applause from the. Au ,'jokingly said "hello my | WATERS & CARSON GROCERY CO;; IAGENTS '
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i by heron Oeor on severaooaslooa. by his friend where did you find my umbrella : :: ,>
extricating. { hlmaeltlrom his .The other, man .stammered. 'nit.: ,j. W :SIMPSON '" ,
ylslt.re'atlve.at: ;' ... Just when it looked as If he handed over the umbrella "1 == ;,FOR1MAPES I'>j
'Dr. and Mr*., have to ,, go' down Re.> l*, didn't know it. wa yours," and boltr .DENTIST: -
y WaycrosB.Ga.' : ao match bur the 'Boston ed. Nuw one man has an .umbrella FERTILIZERS; !
'Monday, after ( ifbeprelimtnaryboutbetween thai b.'does'not know what. to *do Of&e* over: Oeoeolahsrmaey,' ;

-her with Judge Krao ..-.w.* a tame :'aCa' ., w' h.. Orestes HotSlis: .. 'to 1%; mt "
t '.*.r. disappointing. ta. the cu- The' KlBBlmmee merchant, are 'lay !! ? :' L'tJ. .'too". 6:33O p. mo. E. .. }

: t' Mr..'Oeo.: I. Klnll''''.. .to" throw' Kramer loa la large .stock of spring1 and summer TelephoneNo.16 , Jnn ..h"" Highest Grade-Best',Crops--Largest! ReturnsPerfect :
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Ak tw'apple'growerot good the home people should show their, T M. RIVERS M.-.U., _nPhysict.61 : 'in Their::Use 1
,Ii1 i.S;. on business \ appreciation : : sad Aarg.oe.wIyh'aIS8IMMItt E ; Safety'. : ;, <
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11'" nov" proprietor of ) V. A. Vane Agnew : by- patronizing hem' ex- *
't I works: oue of t.bel..dloa lawyers" of clualvely, The home Merchant I I. the 1>800.COI..ANY.; rT Y.'*
! "O ; and a candidate:for; repre- one to whom you appeal! when you J>BON89-Of He*.. 411 .u'.a; ,,5 !
Circulars
." ":'Mr'J';' Percy + to the. next Legislature from want credit, or when you want to raise ._ Kistnmss, rt.A.t) Send for showing danger pi using;,Apd ; t/
k r... Ala.,:;'bu county, IB in the city today. funds for a beneWT&nt purpose,' or e.. .Materials on our light sandy soils, and 'how great '

rv t'": J n .Wen+120 A.acre of' of. Agnew the Southern is. 16.dlall'00llnlel.state < >T/m.In 5 when!Cure.you position want a recommendation or for 'any otherfavor" .to D.,A.'YAN9'AGI, :rfEY! 5' ,losses, were made by farmers ,J last. year throughout(; ;:'_ ,

' -. , MI'.Uam ; : ., vi Governor n>ward et a I, If you spend your readycash I A'J'1'OR1fBY"AT'' LAW........ '. =. ,the .StatF. .
4 V who ha been ." in. the United, fates with him,' be will feel more: like accommodating I)AND ROTARY PUBLIC,' )| 'J$ ..
the drainage of the when ttltututuutttiuutatautuu1Lutututtit 1L11utuuuttl'.Uuu
for the pas J two. : concerning you you. steed Lla :
;',' .for her..borne.' *!, and is here! for1'the' 'pur-. help.Mr. ,. ,' . KISS1MMKE.STATX !; .'F, .A. ..
ast obtaining. Information relative, !! : W, 'F.'Harrison one of the .edi'- . -. ;
i t Mri MVA. : ; great. scheme of the Governor.! tore and proprietor of the Southern M.. wtLLSONJR.yrNorAwY i : .. : "
'.7,. ,,of-the Naroooesee an. Agnew tales. that bit com- Stockman and Farmer, a new publication J. .r. :
: &;u 'Saturday. and : not making a flgh against. the '
:la t 'launched with; otfje at 'S 'PUBLIC=... :l. '' -3
<' 'appreciated call.. of this vast tract of Inun ST.oR3
Lake City and Jacksonville,; wa bere LAROR.1 r- .NGRocERY. :.
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which ot the work Estate Agents
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..,1t\ ,*' &, He',thinkIf the Slate s .:'licatlon.The; flrst. number' of',.r.tie, j'KISSIMMEE. .-. .FLORIDA 'We have. lost opened tip at Handy A; Bandy, ,>; ,, '
,>m.,' L'J, the opera bou.... ( to drain the ,'Glades and receive J Stockman and Farmer baa been received '-, - -.- -'- old .t.aIl41. with full atock of fresh '- 'l'*
"" I en & .therefrom. that the State at this offioiv/ 'and I. &''modelof -.:. : '
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'1;''+a., t5f'Mrs 'Malcolm should be taxed; and''.not, a> up-to-date',trad journalism profuse -. i T1a'.i, Cough Syrup I FANCY; / ND "FXMiJY ,;GROCERIES, :' tool
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{If.";; f.,Lakeland... wltn :: and .corporations' "as 'illustrated, with ball"t>n !cuts S. .ji.< 'Apple .. ex-probate:judge'; 1 'and re.p.ctlnlly,aolieft.a .h.... Of b."1bIIe "
to': aWlhev will now provide for., Mr.Van of'. blooded atock and agriculturalprodnctLTbi.publication Ottawa Co., Kansas. write*:'' This I* of '
.home bt the .. ; ) ." an old newspaper,roan; and bid ,fair to say that 1..have''.'used Ballard'. ',!-: .."' ....& ..'Oo.'i.Fre8. delivery ,r.qI* 'pare, ,
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SATTER eeP' valet. and realizing: Senator Tillman w'a Kjng for Chance

('! In that place iri Florida l.\
him and climbed to Have Specified DaY- Fixed for : Doing

He-found him Vote on Measure. I :
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S TLLZONSBy and yet next:creaking minute A Washington-dispatch Bays'; Thero ....,. ,.....-. ..... ..... ..... ". ... ,..... ". ... .... ". ... ... ... ..... ". ". ". ... ..... ". ..... .... ..... 4
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', stealthy tread. was a hint In the senrte Monday aT Newberry Favorably Impressed.A .
Orders to Collect Special rax.
quietly than the
came, upon the aheffort to. fix a time fpr a- final vote The board of drainage commissionera Washington- dispatch nays; As-

have already dft- on the railroad .rate bUI I,.'but It was have ordered the,,tat collectors Commander -
10u Kattf3rine GrecE, .afire i r .."!" .' as man could surrounded by 'so much circumstance Dade, Dejtoto, Lee,'"Oaceola and Sari berry, with his naval aid trip
of deliverance () Lucle counties to collect the special Vreeland, has returned from .a ,2
and doubt that
eena.wY.tleee.e aN.e.enxMNo"e.as. no predictions as to navy yards
human being. tax imposed: to finance th -sctteme tor of inspection of southern
t the! time would be jUlltlll d. stations is likely to resultin
;f. Cleveland had not draining the Everglades, excepting on and which

.l:1IA.X'T:: : Ix."CVW.! with this man. flclVaiced atl
(/' .Centlcued.w'I . and began .0 draw her away. *, t brine the'matter up In the senate, an J. Land &'''"Timber Company, the colledtfonof : tothe plants, if he can.lIecure.. ,

No: 'wonder the, detective stands f lr"resolute . "Come'be' urged; "this is no unless- objection was made be may the special tai, on which has the approval of congress for the- recommendations
for ask to have day specified. which 'he will make,
a
..that J31Iary forces back tbe you. ; been enjoined by. Judge Locke.
r'Il t.1' shriek that rises to her lips. Death It Instantly the wretch who XXX. The- suggestion as to time rose 'In The only remedy 'open to .he land This was the flrsl southern trip :Mi.

,:..f, hovering doubly over the bend 'ofjte shown up to this' point any real HEIRESS. connection with the more or' less '.- owners, and, the only relief from the Newberry Ifad made In ten years, and u

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they can ck '
WJII not the 'guardian, spirit of her 'Ah hat" he cried, "you grounds.- But no of amendments offered by and his. declaration that the law under vlsltol by him. Particularly, htrmid
has
' mother see her peril) and.atop the unconscious yet.She Eleven started o'clock dropped not Mr.yet' guests this morn- themselves. Mr.. Tillman resisted! all which-the Board of Drainage Commissioners was there evidently spirit of lo

, girl thus hurryingdponber, I arm and looked, wildly back.' : 4. attempts of'th.t kind In the'absence' Is acting is unconstitutional, cal pride hi'development of the
deom No. But other, help Is near and broken of many senators, saying that votes material and 'business posslbllltles .
"He is mad!". Bite whispered : ., affecting only the. lands of.. e.com. resources
, ; 'help, sure and potent; for seel Just till"be hastened to hide herself from : bael.prev ntf'd ought notlo be taken without full n', any which.complained. "'' -of the titles.

;2oats. upon tbe assassin. and the eyes, tart, and not one tics to senators Among the. .prow The probable{ result, of this actionof At PensacoU Mr. Newberry foun.l

b fingers of the munderoue wretch close ,Wben phe and :the artist, on 'the wide hall ions offered were/:'., ..the governor and his board, who the conditions all favorable' for :the i
more tightly upon his uplifted1\,dagger slated In following her, w.re' under the watch- By Mr. Foraker, 'prohibiting the' issuance : are determined on carrying through conduct of government work on account

another form creepsIn behind him the hall above, she found << who sat like a ot.faa.ea;'' Mr," Scott, compelling the'project for draining the KvergUdesmeans' of the good )harbor. ."
r' nnd Byrd .' oathfnl, alert full of fire aari': ,the ropm odcupled callroads; ( to connect with1 Other that pet \loos', for In- After looking over) tbe coaling plantSa'

and of purpose, lino himself upon the .'!. It all a dream Did that Tea o'clock: and.. railroads, end Mrs, Culberson, denying Southern and ascertaining the
l ,Lana la front and'without' a word of junction, modeled on that of the Dry Tortugas
;: herself not to.
was
warning pinions him In his two strong ,to kill me? Interstate .ronds' the privilege 'of states Land & Timber Company, Impossibility of making the place .secure -

' arms. "Yes. darling, but half hour had making campaign contributions.._ will' be filed .In the courts. against t a naval attack, from any
? wat'lIlnlrver, you and you :Air: Overman,made a general speech, the concluded to>
The shriek which! Miss ,Asplnwsll \ bright figure had At the meeting of the board quarter, Mr. NewbPrry }
6 .had been able,to restrain In her terror How can thankfulness I express my" joy and In, this recess support. of the bill, and MK Teller present status of the project .for comment '''to Secretary Bonaparte'" }
ter
new from her Ups in her relief and at : my house small groups spoke at some length against undue ,draining the Everglades and the effect, that he aceedeto" the request of the>
"Von' are not hurt? she ,
the sound the slgnorlna who haste In considering the question. was depurtmi.-nt and 'turn the ,Island R
was now "You did not have struggle / )' to resume the of the decision of Judge L.otke treasury ?
,Almost upon, the two straggling men this man?" any been exhausted: by At the beginning of the session' MrTlllman taken' up .and car ruJly.. discussed The over (C. the national 'Qu irant\l\ oo s'

'paused l ;and flung' out her arras., At, 'No; t have been In no danger; : trop pillow presented a letter from Millard opinion of the board was that the }Injunction service. -

the sight Hilary rushed' forward, and III, for the last few hours. The' ,, to eleven one F Snyder of.Clarksburg., W: Va' :, affected only the lands of the The station at Key West was found!

in a moment the hall was lined with did try to poison uiy wine, but shut, the door upon relating to the discriminations complaining company, and teat, as far to be In excellent shape. though la

frightened faces,, every door 'having detected. Can you realize thnt, l ed, for through it railroads in thai !state against ind, as the other lands were concerned, the need of a marine railway-tor handling
d' opened os by a spell at these soUnds : to appear the pendent coal operators by the Baltimore tai collected though dock. "Bo/
withstanding all his fine talk it could still be small 'craft, and a graving ::.
.of trouble. and danger. and not Mr. Degraw, who bus eve, n'heroine and Ohio railroad. Mr. Tlllaion fudge Locke had'; distinctly declare! cause of Its locution this station Is h w

But Hilary saw only one face that the[ bottom, of 'all the .trouble'! frustrated attempt said that\ the senator from WestrVlr- tli'at the Jew under which the tux III regarded<< of immense prospective' kl-
of "
the slgnorlna. Pale as death, with' has been suffered. Tiy' your: ucb an atmos glnia had.expressed! the hope that he collect to
.. Imposed aDd the cffore to ue.. to the navy as a base for fleet
staring In which life
bad
suddenly
eyes namesakes 1f" mystery that the would give the senate something on 'be niade.'ls, uncons-titutionaJLand vol't, operating In the Cult of Mexico and
leapedfatebeing BUe confronted the
zt, ._ a' of break-.
two men struggling for" before .IOJle' What do you say? Have tray : this Une-evety morning;, and he*would -- Accordingly. tax'collector II of tho I the Caribbean Seai" ahd a consistent '
mastery shock: of disap
a .
her like' one suddenly awakened from found put that? the throng, endeavor to gratify him In. this' re five counties named above, which coullose policy of development would .be urged '
through :Mr.
"Yes Pegraw's
nightmare Into n Worse dream of real- hu'beD (' to be above spect. the special drainage district upon congress. 4
t' Ity... So absorbed WAS she In the .contemplation tion. He very frank or at least to'ig The letter began by stating thatthe i were instructed' to proceed with the -.... ,
of what she saw that she But I quiet not trench upon his periods of pecu- people of West Virginia had begu I collection 'o< the tax on all lands In There was much interest shown Ilk.

did not feel ,Hilary's_arms about her. know ative. to-ajorrow Ife will tell, and you though all you it Is : ' to look upon Mr Tillman as their j this district! except those of the Southern n recent' meeting ft the St. Johns.

'and only moved when, the knife, which for me to acknowledge, my '.. sentimental feeling senator It stated Mr. Snyder had States Land A Timber Company county Business Men's league, In SL

'the two combatants had equally struggled :rushed* down bis jealousy, \! and women-of the_ ,made' many- efforts to secure relief Augustine Fully twenty-five of the-
'to possess, flew from,tile hand'of its -honor and continued t in the surprise from dl crlmtnatlons,- but wall unableto : .Among Monticello's manufacturing most prominent business men of tho

the assassin and fell at her feet Then must say that this valet-of his : Gryce suddenly obtain any 'redress. The different enterprises are a stave andxhead; factory city attended and took"a lively interest

te, she came to herself, and stooping down, blinded more than one of us, 'and I thJ', take the tray kinds of discriminations were detailed large wagon factorybottling In the proceedings.; "After tbeoriganlzutlon

picked up this weapon: and,clutching you are exceedingly: fortunate and after sur at length,' and the assertion'inadethat works, two cigar factories, two\patent was perrect d,'tbe question 'I '

It with frenzied fingers! leaped toward under the care of so vigilant a with' care, carry It the laws of West Virginia were medicine. manufacturing laboratories, cf better roads was immediatelybrought

';' 'the door had of raised her room just as the man We both owe our lives to ;Mr.: : ., Nor was not; 'sufficient to meet the case. a syrup factory a planing mill and A up. A number of the mem-; ''s
who his band her i
against and your" any wise dim In- "Ftoraker presented'hili amendment 'modern ginnery. On' the side andalong on
succumbed to the of his .Mr. ; hers present gave their views theImpartnnt'matter -, ,, ,
strength ontagdnlit ,But here he found It later he reap- prohibiting the Issuance by the enterprises W.I
and 'rolling toward the staircase \II'lth these manufacturing and it the unan- r' 'tImous
/ lipped over its verge and torn- alk: further Though by. this and handing it- '''railroad.companlel of passes, and extending a number of brick and stone ....opinion that the league should I

bled In a heap to the floor below v various inmates of the house had for: nothing but the prohibition to passes for mercantile buildings have been :greeted get to pork at once on the preliminarywork
shed again Into their rooms, to tho cars of the officials of one rail- In business the growing '" +
boiled and. a way looking; to tho constructionof a.
," CIIA.PTE ; XXIX.' *" and reappear. again'for1' endless A,coupleof road over" other;"lines; and he' asked. .of-'budded' and grafted pecan trees" hard surface\rbad ,to traverse thw

f ''J'JI-a'VALET.; Hiss' / Asplnwall and the servants Mr. Tillman if he would not accept itMr. has assumed large proportions, there country from north to south. Various
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v drawing near, and he felt that it minute must mean that it he had ty
'". Tillman replied being a half dozen of our nurserymen : methods of road construction
werp)
1"t. he: dead?" no time for him to express tbe Curiosity grew' he would accept '
; .r .The quest Ion was asked by:the.sic-! dred anxious: thoughts which t'M. a sorry.dlsap- the committee with him paying almost exclusive attention to I discussed, and it was decided to build
f 4or.aa!. who bad come again from her -!-Borlna's deliverance from danger watchers when' tbeameDdment, but,he -though'. this'business-: one.;.shipment; a. few the best that good labor and material

""- chamber door., and was now pressing/ called forth. Besides,* In rang, summoning .that It would be better,to pass an original weeks ago being a solid carload of i can supply 11

1 with the rest toward the stair,, should :Walt 'till Mr. Degraw room. bill' "which we could send'off- trees. The prosperity of the, town Isfurther
\"No.o" came up In mumed tones from vealed to her the position she was .about this .tlmet :way rejoicing to tbe house* so as noted by the new passengerand I Tbe'' Tampa board of public works)

.the young detective, who bad bounded tined to occupy.. Slgnorlna Val'dl. with tbe 'to' avoid the melee in which,.the rate : freight depot of the"Seaboard AirLine i baa under consideration a proposition

? down after the fallen man] "be is npt and friendless, might feel very echoes ceased one. bill Is'sure'to be Involvedv Railway, new electric light plant, from Judge A. O. Wright of Jacksonvllle -, ,'
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|. dead,'\.And he Is 'in custody. You need ently from the wealthy 'Miss me, who still ln-! Mr., ;' Tlllman suggested thai ., the new'' and up-to-date system- of. ..telephones. and Captain:F.Q.; Wiselogcl orIsdlanapolle f {: .

ft not.tear this man anT woreIfe -."' '. with the world at'ber feet. How ; tbe door of amendment'CO over :Mr. Foraker. consented . ' ........ ,". .'';:; I to construct a, WIselogeT ; ,-p"
Bttt her'terrorswere. not so. ea illy he tell but that his sympathy the slgnorlna ap but(.added that It was his In- d ,' '" ;. -j / garbage reduction'plant In the city for. '..
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Pqtieted.. Though she did not speak.! would seem superfluous to her she looked, not teutlon '' to 'press It. .Mr. Tillman,, expressed :I Declaring that no term of; years :t $45,000.i They proposed toe erect' a- ,

F'ebo. 'atood :shaking' from bead to foot much more, his -love. No, wbat '. ,adventures! .his disapproval of the present could F bed Imposed upon him would building 45x90,tHt 'and a plant capable .

If.and aeemed not to know' whither to go cost-him, be "Would'walt'till Jbe. the Signal of some method of voting on the bill, and all equal the,mental suffering he had undergone r, -of reducing 90 tons of garbage per;/ :
';or what, to do. row had come and gone. No one disconnected.'with ,,
time and : :1
amendments at the same George H. Stephens, a Princeton -These'gentlemen claim that theo> :
'Would there be say harm In my accuse him of takingadvantage 'bad just heard. aid *that when a time'was fixed far .graduate and former professor at plant will be entirely self-sustaining '. ..
fc. seeing. this man?" she ventured tim weakness She knew, he. loved and they '
voting on the 'railroad bill be would Lafayette College, Easton Pa., was that will In fact
,- Jdiy..after a somewhat'painful and that was, enough, But ah! sort'of stu- and it ,. produce *
pause. .
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ask that the vote begin on amendments sentenced by Judge Boarman at Tam
The
aged detective profit to the city. plan is to
r "I shonuriike to ask: him what he hasagainst dreadful to-morrow{I '
: me,", Air. Oryce, who bad ac him and with two or three'day* In' advance pa to two years in the penitentiary, use the city's dry refuse for fuel in* f

,. 4,._."Take. my arm." said a benevolent them to the upper ball,. now her down' the In order to permit time for explana term to' date from his first 'incarcera- operating the plant, so rendering the ',.f.

Jrrolce over her shoulder,' '"1 '(hall bet ,*! consider the danger over," staircase. Was tion. ation eight'months ago. Stephenswas different kinds, of garbage: and' clty> .'

.!-. very. glad to have yotf see him." And "and yet J sHall watch, beside ? No. but be Mr, Tlllman said that be would ,ask convicted of.counterfeiting.-Judge1, waste as to make it a source of rev-. f'
Mr.; Oryce stepped forward with such Bogert' door till eleven o'clock to the sight of, this the senate to fix a time to vote, anl Boarman said be felt he did not do came and this without the slightest, '. 1'.

rt an air of authority that she forgot that row, morning Have you any an Interview from that when that decree was Issued h
.his face was' strange and.tooh-tbe prof."fered .- to that; mlssT the mistress of would 'prepare an order :'of proceedt'ngfor sentence a light one,|Ito"-which Stephens I I .- ,, : ..:

arm without, a word., ."Oh not Ob. nor was, "her :gb to make her a submission. to the senate, dramatically replied: "Punish The Democratic executive commit: r

1 He led her to the stairs, down which, response "I have DOt been .. ment Is not measured by duration, but tee of the- third congressional district '.

i,, ;abe went' trembling very much. but fore but I am now. But why' staircase she met GREAT MERGER PLANNED. by intensity. Anguish and remorse met in Tanaha.lI e.the past.'eek'and ,R'

'y 'otherwise seemingly composed. Lamps TeD - have done such awful work upon me ordered' primary election held on the J ai ,
had been lit in the hall below and the "I believe have an 'ena Cleveland. Is watt- "
you ; Railway Interests In' Virginia and that I am almost bereft: of reason. same dates set for the state primary,i
r s forms of .)lr. Byrd and Mr. Degraw for that hour" library," that lady Stephens wept like a child when he;' and if
May ,
Carolina to Consolidate.. necessary: a second -primary
:were to b< seen Blinding above that of She blushed deeply and threw a not alone; did yow North By the officers.
was )Jed away June It
'j 12. was ordered 'that
\ the prostrate man., 'She- paused as she glance upon her companion ?", The entire properties of the Norfolk { : l"

| perceived''her lover, but Instantly recovered "I did not know.that I had back.. and Southern railroad, running B.Stetson 'candidates be assessed five per cent',
' The'trustees1 of John
) herself .. -. asked. of the annual salary The committed
ana went on smiling it. she cried naively. ? she
.J+ Uttleasdly as she passed him. No-one-aaawer edbuttbe' nd.out," retm from Norfolk, Va., through eastern University byld.anidJourned meetingIn I will meet' to canvass the returns on .

.The. man, upon whose wrists tbe smiled benevolently open her. ". "Only I _,North Carolina, and the'' Virginia-<:a.. DeLand recently: to elect new May 25.: >
tru"l II
'nj.: handcuffs bad been ,put tumed his "Yon are af very fortunate yon to expect. olina Coast railway, 'w lcb recently tees .and consider an offer --"

v-? race upward as her light steps .ap- lady< began
Iii preached.- dG strive to take your life."" purusued .Hilary, '" give the school $100,000 It the entire of Tampa, which is waging a war. .'. -. '
"''.< TheM words, seemed] to ax the one would think: line from :Norfolk to Beaufort board of. trustees will resign. Mrs. I 1 against alleged corporate greed In Mismanagement '

'.' upon her'cheeks, and made tbe all night"' N. C.. and their lumber. Interests are Stetson offers to make the offer good of the city's affairs; and r 1

., tire, and who, warned :meShe of Miss Aspiawall's' room-which 'and took tbe to' be "merged with an authorized capital and a meeting will be held in April pledged to put.men 'In nomination for

'- ;went no further, aid bet agitation became now offered her by a gesture .of Of $26,000,000 In bonds and $25,* and .an adltlonal effort will be madeto city officers who' will vote for the municipal ,
> so.great that the dagger, which lady,' more than ilee ptable. !! .ald'.be..Rud comply with the- conditions e>f the control of all public utilities,: t
she still nervously clutched fell"'from "I do not know what' all this/ with iier quivering' 000,000 in stock.TESTIMONY 'bequest. Five new trustees were elect claims the- accession of '150 member* '
;her has I Vu'o 'the breast of" the she said withdrawal, the wom. '
man in "and I ( stronger ed to nil the vacancies'caused by the to Its enrollment within the past few < r t '
"1: ,upon whom sue was gating.: wait to find out,1 Mlsa with a sweet com .CORROBORA TE .. death of Mr.. Stetson and Dr. .:Moore, j) days and promises to make the munlo e' "
.' .Mr. Byrd stretched forth his band beckoning and.Iram only too her down. .to the and the resignations of W. S. McAr- 'ipal camoalgn a ty
/and:took. It, She did- notice PoIceman warm one In'tbe.ad'vocacr -
pot the fly to some place of quiet where Nsw York Tells What He thur, A. 0. Hamlln and J. B. Law, of'Its 'platform.
't.{* ;""a..100klnc in the.face of the desper thlnWh: ftoodnlght?...fr. Degraw.:! : other gwsts!! re Knows of Dives. The newly elected members are 8. ,
ate:assassin and, her lips moved mechanically Cvas almost lingering ," my heart will re -
i B Testimony 'corroborating that gfrb.
T W..
S. Ho
A. Wood J., B. Conrad, ch, Judge Lockecan: take gnlx-
.but no sound came from night.and take good'care of 110.c .
, Hattie Warren! and Cora Chester :
en by F O. Edwards, and :B. L. loon.'The .
f, them.- for bound men have been' not know and > Alice of: ,the effort to collect the tax
>
In the'trlat' New York, or Rob
*| ; ''The, wretchJwbo'did: not ...mln any escape, and-" She did not say ", this visit portend. unless this is done In direct contra1.vcntlon ;
i'i'tj' q..1.-aoTerwm4; ,by.. tats misfortune. but her teartu glance toward the reluctant ert Springs a'negro, proprietor' )1' 'recent cold spell'has damaged pf; the Injunction, which Is not<< i
i ,'" stared back: at ber curiously: ri. beneath which the wretch to ", room looking resort where It Is alleged white women'were'detalnedagainst strawberries In the* vicinity of Starke the case In this Action, until the com''

"Jr.'o" see me'down," said .lit; "well. ; alluded still lay. seemed.to ten- : upon..the \slight. their will 'about 15 per cent A few have 'lost plaint properly drown and presented' ,, '

":?aft t .is ,no' matter,,,,you win soon,"see thing of the an:"'-ty that'yet : 'doubtfully was given .at Thursday's session 'of more'than tbl..'while some have lost l. brought, before him. 'Then as .u; r4; ;

tu.np'again.. X. am not the man to her mind. And even after she ,' as If in dread the trial by Henry Berbftnlch.: a police'man. only very little. A successful' seasonIs I matter -consistency,' further..) 'Junc
,,..1 t. wing," f. passed through the door held might ,havea yet promised.' Most of the grower, Done wut be granted ', _" '
,.Wbat a fearful .retcbf' .be,fJlut> be,?,,by her> friend did her, last upon tbe future The policemen. found the white women hare sold enough to'pay: them out of .That'petitions for Injunctions 'will r
tend, and hardly found to fall look to say'to one In this great 'the house. Their clothing was 'the
tongue seem the : in dept. and the' future will ;bring De] forthcomIng .In, numbens there can,,
l .r; 'There seems to be no good reason artist: "Beware, locked up In a-closetfwhfeh., he was profit- be little doubt .
.wAjr. yon should attack me. What have -Ahr. thought be. little finally -sum unable'.to open until, he broke the. ----- v .. ,
.1.1 I'..., 'what.has any of us done that the,warning Itself:."will the cast ,. to open door open with an .troo'bar.. Sheriff Jackson-- = of Hlllsboro county, .-' --
.-jrira should come here With a knife". % a look behind her when she knows she war, startled I According .lo'a Washington special..," ,

i., He .laughed and gazed about him self the possessor of three present < MONEY FOR JAMESTOWN.. ? recently. returned' from Tarpon a bill;was 'P.. ed I In the senate Mon- '
where
he Investigated the alleged
) '. pth ern eyes;,, "There are some.her. Some tune later, Mr. rryrd e .. notwltb- .. ( ,I' Springs, day confirming, title to ;>nd., In ',the I
violations of the Oreek'spongersat !
{ :' '41gto can guesshe; aied..'n.n'.WIUt; bow he came to appear so she bad received' rte
Government 'la'
Appropriate. ,
$1,480,000 'Sheriff Fort Clinch thiststatex'-:
iert-ef bravado continued: "No mat. at the head of the. back staircase. that one of them that point Jackson went : reservation. .
for the Exposition. to'the sponging grounds under orders .0.-.;.... ... .
.way> I,.came here miss. I can com* )'OU will"remember..bebat'been, this was not '' .
1 ...ei and that ojit to;snfflce )'oa. pointed to ;watch: the .back 1 ", 'Expected when 'The house committee. on lad uitrlaiarbatandexpotitioeCbaadeelded from' Governor Steward and.. reports i William Davidson,,Jr.i ftweU known: :{tM,taut\

flays barebegandeeyouTml.srt and aldeentraeceot u.-h01leer; J n ,bad set this" : : :-to. 'that-BO-men-are engaged In" thespong'ing' and ' ':"',citizen ':,ot ,.MIlton I ;%,dellb>iS ;feiatel.r''IaJd

cuflot'1r.a.tittthe'' poHcs |ng, about tiro>' 'cIoclt: ,; a gentle : to bet of recommend a.tal' ..appropriation pt :,' industry the majority-. ..of : ;Ibis: 'bead on the,; ;rail. Just . / '
.....too many for me." fJm call which came Dot from the $1.480.000 'for ",the'Jamestown,/ expo them". being Greeks:" 'He"states that 'eastbound Louisvilia :
|f..ahe did 'not ."underwame rom' th e path l. dlngup to',this ; : me?",y was'con-" alUon. .Of this sum, |JSOOOOrIsva 7 din they .are;not;guilty''of:Molatmg'thesponging'laws as the '' and'lasn-' '-i-fy'i I

togteatlonbeS ; ot.,.' t %;.' Ga";:i1 1?J:became, . with which, she. reet'appropriation., ';yore ,expositionsought ,' as'they are at'or1t Vllle' ,/passengeritrain: :({julledf/4ut.) ;rN :!:.. .,) 'atho

lint lover,who fritoonverMUpn aod'eraw1a4 out CIt the arbor In received: srdlreetyapprevitauouof'1.; ) ., . ./ ..on; the .high seas, and:Dot';:w1thJ!A'the! 'S .on'rnd'wa.ldlcapltatedr: ] .: 't'4,1; '. .."" '. '"

...4..,, ..,';had coaecated, ",himself,: just, la .1t.4'' *; t,!: .-000,000.ti .., jurisdiction (If the',.tat&. .. Rf," ';- cause knowal tot h. farkiot.. :.;
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[FIREMENIOSE. LIFE; W1LUAMSMAKESPROTESTAgainst STEAL ISJFFECTEDCampaign E T" Q'lfO'f'' ' 1 iS''flfFUSED;

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Statement of Watson' t l'p His *-Wov Atlanta Chink,, WHI'NetBeTaken'to Safe and

: Magazine Anent Question > Cut Louisiana 'on Murder ;
Four J Killed and Many Others .
tl.pg>South'. Representation. Gifts of Trust .ChargTerrll: gavel. Him.. .

Hurt In Explosions; Funds Pure of'
Larceny. /Governor' 'Georgia Friday -'
.J A Washington\.dispatch say: Hon. .
declined to Honor the
requisitionof
John Sharp Williams of' Mississippi, BAUARtfSItOREHOUND l

,..6 J.G BLAZE IN .NEW_ 'YORK. democratlo. leader of the house' of representatives IS' ASSERTION' jOF 'JUDGE Woo the?, the governor Atlanta of Chinaman Louisiana,'for and Lutn bo

., raise his voIce 11& vlgoix.ous .. will not -bo taken, to Newt'Orleans. oA
'f , ,'" the .charge of murder ..her.-b.
protest against the. remarkabla..... and .
Flames --Destroy- Six-Story Factory? contention of. Tom Watson, that it "And Insurance' Officials Who Made fears {.h? .Highbinder will bar revenge
Building and Series.o/'Exploslons on'him for informing.' ChIna.
makes .no difference) if the south.: Such Gift. should Be In Prison.." men who were a'
Entrap Firefighters Under I running:: gambling
representation, in congress,la reduced; District Attorney Jerome "Off .' house .In Atlanta. '
PIUs of ,
.. Debris., r' Being queried. on the-subject, Mfr .'.. rs' to Prossout When It was announced that GOT*

William II"said.: '. 4 0.- ernor Terrell bad declined to, honor SYRUPCOUGHS
Four firemen
.
perished
and abouta
"It Is a curious question to ask a A. New, York special, say: If 'tho the 'requisition for Lum Woo 'there
i iBcoro of.firemen and cltlzeni were injured was .quite scene of
rejoicing at the
grand Jury' which Is
sane man. You might abut, a* well investigating:
6 In New York city Monday ,,In a ask "roe, it It was ot no Interest or some of the conditions .developed ""T capitol among. Lum's whIte friends. "
lire which was accompanied: by a series Value to a man -to 'cut off on e"bf'his the 'recent legislative" Investigation, Lum Woq was so' delighted, that be' **m\m*+M ; COLDS CONS HnJOK'BlIOllfcarns.

of explosions that demolished' arms with) which .he fights and with reaches> the conclusion: that contributions ' rushed up to the governor placed I. WHOOPING COUGH SORE THROAT COARSENESS. 1
iiaixStory which he resists of insurance company funds to bis hand,.on ,his ex I'encT"' shoul- LOSS OF LOOSENS PHLEGM AND, EASES
factory building at Bedford'and ders and exclaimed: IEXPECTOIIATIONTHEALSTOELUNGS., "
:
J ;
"The .answer seems., so, obvious that political campaign committees'were ,
Downing streets 'That the damage It Is' hard'' to answer at all. In addition mad with Intent to deprive -or' de- "You gleatee man. You ougbtee be. Endorsed by:. leading. physicians as the BESTre'medr l

,, which is estimated at from. $300- to the ordinary legislation con- frauu the true owner of his property. plesldent Limited State. Children. Croup and'Whooping Cough, LOCMIM. .

OOO'to $400,600, was not far greater, ,corning rivers and harbors rural free It ,must find that larceny was com John Hook the.educated China it; contains NO OPIATES. The action of Bollard's,H....-

wt. declared by Chief Croker to be delivery and the hundred and one mitted. man New 'Orleans who-brought the witnesses from hound Syrup is mild and benign.it adapted; to infants,AS well ,

dub to the explosions which other things In which each parr or' .This opinIon' was expressed Friday to testify against Lura as adults of every variety of temperament constitutions\
shattered4 the uulou Interested in seeing thatIt by justice D'Sulllv'an, in the court of Woo. and who acted as Interpreter
{, building And crushed the blax get justice and fair dealing. there: Se niorar'8elllonli. in answer, to J presentment 'Iald that he was not concerned over I Read This Remarkable. Testimonial I

beneath tons of-debrIs at the moment are the great principles of a fundamental i on the subject submitted la the liberation of Lum Woo. MRS. S. w. CYANS. CSearwater. Kaa- writM=--K hIaMu4.

'when the flames were comp< -tel,. beyond character concerning: which him by the grand 'jury Judge O'Sul- Detective ,Stubbs 'returned to New' was sick for. three months and the d Aorstol me hs had quick can"
people 'differ not only as individuals llvan added that It 1* not within the Orleans Friday night with a copy of suDipUpa. ,We prooureda bottle ef '. Horehoiad'syru ,aoi
control and threatening' swoop Governor Terrell's decision! He was It cured him. ,He Is now *w.ll man.lxit'wed .swara; .bo Ja. I ;
but aectlonL'Th.. less province of the'court to
** votes a section say whetheror .
in
the think "
houMrand it baa
tli e entire block. 110 equal for .....
? . ., : accompanied by the two Chinese wit. .
.J.' has,the less-it* power to do'Itsown not there was' Intent. ,*
One' 'fireman was taken 'out. of the will, or to resist others when they That Is a Question which tb@ jurors nesses, Hook remaining In Atlanta"" Easy to TaKe Tii;Sore to Care;J..nlBALLAItD"S Bottle 6MCMstMiL'
building alive,,but died almoetlmme.dtately. would for couple of days' stay .' ? .s>a.oo. r -
9' do: their will against It. : must determine for themselves from .
The bodies of hlB comrades "If the south'had had less representation I all jthe. facts and circumstances In the Governor" Terrell's decision was 'as | SNOW UHIK iT'CO..7-. .

were recovered after. the fire\ Rpaover. than It now' has, the republicans ' ca-se. H6 charged the IUI7 to'make .foljowji:
crushed under the wreckage. . would have had a two-\ a thorough Investigation Into .all the "State; of Georgia, Executive, Departmert. SOLD AND Rt MKCOMMCNO BY, '
_Tho dead are; Foreman: John Walsh thirds majority--and therefore' a constitutionchanging facts ''and 'to place the reBponBlblUtTfer Atlanta;'t L.,. Mlarch 13 1909.

Fireman George C. :Christian, Fireman' majority-Ina', : halt I such. cilnvsa,' If they find that ,.....Agreeing with the' attorney'general For. Sale .at ROBERSON'S, DRUG STORE.

:John Walsh :Flremati Thomas L. 'Hal- dozen congresses where they have crimes were committed in-the1 conclusion reached by him In .
.A' X>In, Fireman J. Healy. All of theso not had it. addItion to all thla "You cro'not to go' smelting for'iheltei1 "the above and foregoing opinion relative -

men' were of engine company No. 14. there are sentimental reasons why us an excuse to avoid an unpleasant to the law of the case based ;
KISSIMMEE
rr Foreman Jacob Cobeaand I... F.- Call tbe south wants to remain as strong: t'luL.he said., ,- upon the finding' fact by the governor ,
also of..engine company'No.! 14, Were n. poaelblj In the popular body of This: opinion. is, in effect,, lrect1iopposite It Is"Ordered F4
) ,urncd and bruised. and removed fx> the national legislature-; :Her traditions to one' upon the same subject That the requisition 'by. m
the hospital. The other and his-('zcellenc,. tbe governor of Louisiana :
persons In- Ideals are strong in proportion which was given by District Attorney E.IVBe. ItO"t7T''
jured were for the most part employees to her representation." Jerome several days ago. Judge ; for Lum'Woo a resident of this

In the factory, dwellers in the No' recent political development bat O'Sulllvan agreed however with'the' state, be and the. same Is 'hereby declined. '

adjacent tenements and persons parsing so stirred .the senators and representative contention, of the" district (attorney 8TEAMBR 1 ULL1B. t 'IITX )(E } KOSSUDA,, ,
In the streets, who were struck by from the southern 'state a* that intent 'must have been present ".I.M.TJGIUUN..L.: Governor.? Captain Clay Johnson,Sr. Captai* ,Clay..Johnsos, 'Jr',

i' falling brick 'or glass 'None of the"wereseriously *-* Watson's declaration in the March to \ustli'lte the hurt. number ot his magazine that it would declares that the "question".whether BROWN, HEIRS'MAKEUP. see Tuesday mornlnc."'and arrives'rUsatmmfce Friday evealafc:;:

Thrhundrecl" -men*, and women' make no difference to the south .or, there was intent is a question which -, Special Charter Trips to Lake Oker .-obee. and Fort Uyer CIa.u... :,
were in the factory building during the to the democratlo party If the representation Is yl'to lie determined." Family lult'Over Estate of Former Comfortable' accommodation for passenger Rates reasonable..
lunch hour. when a slight :explosion of the southern states in Mr ''Jerome was in court,. and when George Governor --Withdrawn. Tae most picturesque Waterway in ;Florida; a '

occurred on one of tBe upper floors tbe. national house and in the electoral ' Judge O'Sulllvan had delivered his ' For Fasswcer' and Freight. Rate apply, to .. '

and almost 1nltanUY"th4L:whole structure college should be out In accord- opinion the,, district attorney, aaked The suit In the ,Atlanta courts 'of CUT JOHNSON: Proprietor
was enveloped in ftam '. -Some- 'ance-wlth..thecbedule outlined by the grand jury to remain' asbe, desired four of the heir.' against two. who On board "Ll11!.*.-'. Klsalmmee. ,"

bad time'' to reach .the !street by the Representative ;Xelfer republican) to address them upon the subject were'executors. ".of the estate: of 'ex*

talrs, but the.l, greater number were' In' the reduction bill he ;:.has Intro- Jn question-, "declared'that Governor Joseph E. Brown' has t..enwlthdrarn .,
,.; 'compelled to take refuge on the fire duced. ' Judge! O' !ullivan/pad misconceivedthe and," lhe dtagreemeat-ha- -

escapes, where, ''they remained huddled Watson, In the March Issue! of hIs subject' which be had consideredand been amicably aad satla'factorlly'.au- NORTH KI8SIMMEX.' d '
'+ together and Imploring assistance magazine declares: .that he held'to the opinion that justed by the sis belra deciding; f) PHONE: NO. SV

until the fire engines! arrived. Before "It makes,'no difference 'whatM'er lit, would bo / he duty'' of the grand form a corporation for the manage
the fire ladder could be run up policemen to(Georgia or to' the people in her jury to"return' indictments against ment of the estate. C. ;

firemen and.-vothnteers formed a limits whether she has six representatives George W/Pertdnl, former vice president I The'superior court will 'foe,,applied W. o'gtFpirc( .;
human pyramid against: the front wall In congress (the number proposed ( 0 /the New, York! Llfe'Insur- to for a charter for the company; with ,

of the factory, and In this way handed by General.,Kelfer) 'or eleven i .n$1&'_ om pan*. 'for larceny and the six: heirs'a| the sole Incorporate:
down to safety upward cf sixty girls (the number to which the state Is against George B. Cprtelyou chairman and stockholders, with'share and '
who ""were' clinging to the fire escapeson entitled)." f' and Cornelius N. Bllsa ireatu: share alike:. Fancy F miiy6r.oceri: es

tire .second' floor. Others' jumped Tbe Keifer schedule provide for rer' of the republican national committee Each.'h lr'If tp become one-sixth ,

Into the life saving nets'or on plies of the following reductions in the representation as receiver. of stolen goods stockholder and ':.each Is- to have aa ...

bedding hastily''gathered and heaped of the southern' states: Mr. Jerome informed Judge O'Sul equal voice .In the affairs of the .es '

en the sidewalks. Within ten'' minutes From. -To."Alabama. Ivan that if he would alt as a' magIstrate '- tate.The FRESH: HEATS

all the occupants of,the building I .\ ..:,s.vt'9.." ; ': t/,-. -5 he would submit affidavits to six heirs' to the estate of, :Joseph ,.

had been.taken out)In safety and unrunitsave 'Arkansas .'h, .... ; i.: \$ the acts committed by George W. Per- E- Brown are: '*., Delivery every day, at any hour; patronall.satl.itad.I ;;

for,minor,IDjurlell.&l; }W A i;? .Florida I ;.'(rrn. ".j\/.VffiiWK .Ti" ;,1 ides and would 'ask for a warrant for Julius L Brown, Joseph! M.: Brown. " '. .
.. "** ..X*. f'3 'v" -' 'Georgi ..; ,"...y": i.. ... i8 his arrest ;;lie added that in event Oeoorge M..Brown Elijah Brown Sal.

t A WEDDING. CUT: SHORT. Louisiana . .. : ; !:o,,, ,.,, : 3 of'' such a' warrant being Issued", 'a le E., Crown and .Mrs Mary V., Cow ,. . ;,;,
Mississippi'g; -. ," S -'- J nally. Under the will Julius L. and I '. t 'JILt. ,
: writ -of .habeas, corpus would follow ', ", ,. ,
Father,' Mortally" Wounds,His Daughter North Carolina"-.,' .. .. :. 10 6 'aad. that the case would, be takento Joseph IS Brown were made execu PW iiIH>>n.J. iU NilQliU;>>I NiW'. . . .... .
and Kills Himself.' South Carolina .. .. a. . 7 3 th 'hlgbe.t' courts where the"district tors., A. few months ago Elijah I'I '

Less than three hours before the Tennessee .. ... .'t' ',. ..10 '8 attorney would retain Alton B, George and Miss Sallie Brown an l ? /

time sot for her ''wedding. Monday Texas..', 'i. .'. .. . '.., 16 IS Parker a. special counseL Mrs..Connally filed a bill praying for : City Bakery.FRESH

' Tansy E. Townsend was shot and Virginia ..1 .i .. .. .. .. 10 8 Judge O'Sulllvan.: declined' to grant the'removal of' Julius and Joseph .,

f 'mortally' : wounded by her father Jo- the warrant, giving his reason that Brown as executors and the charge

weph"Townsend, in their home in HSv. Total .. ,< ., .. .. .03 CO ,the question Issue should be passed was made that the executorshail' i! BREAD PIES,
Total redaction .. .. ... . .38 '' estate ,I '
.ret, Mass. Townsend then ended hi* '.' npon' b1 ,the' grand, jury, grossly1 mismanaged the 'alie2 )0.
own life with a bullet caused the property to depreciate and ANI CAKE : ': :
t Miss'Townsend was to have been FACTORIES BAR UNION M.EN. WANT NO INTERFERENCE the .Income -to' diminish.' ,It' Is also ,. < :

married to Francis B. Perry ,of Fort charged that Julius-Brown was die .:. Raisins Currants Citron Psel
""Myers:'Fla. at 6 o'clock Monday Radical Action Taken by:Big Plants at Local Officials.promla.'to Punish the sipated.', ',R :.t Sweet, Pickles;. i,
Olives
night.: HIgh Point. N. C. Lynchers\inChatianooga. To this bill there >was. filed,"an 'answer ,
,
-
, USE. The employees in thirty furniture ''The department 'of' JueUce was In by Julius L.. and Joseph H.Bro..a . Sour, Pickles, ',nixed ,Pickles.,,..

CAPON, HAS A 8 and glass factories af High Point. N. telegraphic communication Friday In which they denied the statement 'I. 'LUNCH: GOODS. .'
made by the complainants.:
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Admits C., over 2.000 in number were notified with. United States -District Attorney, i I[ ;, -j;
Priest Being The affair' to be .
appeared
Russian Finally highly
. .
f s Married. Saturday ,afternoon, when: paid off, Penland at'Chattanooga' ; regarding the.Tnchlng sensational and.It looked as If.themwas .-c Candy Figs, Dates.
'of.' the 'negro./Bd Johnson..
A St.' Petersburg' dispatch says sJ that after April 2, no union. men would to be a serious, family rupture t ''
conferences '
There have been c regarding r 'Fret h- Walnuts
Pecans
Rev. dopon;;in a frank, open letter; re- ....be employed. '. which lave reached which would bare to be finally .ettl$ : ,Peanuts."
piles' to the attack' on his! public and The'' owner state that-. the"'-actionwa melsag In the courts. >' "* j
piealdenf'and'memljers WHITE
the of the supreme AGENT STAR LAUNDRY.
!
'private life. He. (explains that, *e- taken as, the result of Intimidation court, >which are >-said tohave It was 'expeCted that the Investigation : . i
fusing to follow the rule of the or? pf. non-union employees by union : "In the superior court'' would be ...
expressed the bops that the go ern- .- . .
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thOdox church prohibiting the remarriage hands. The employer also claim that decidedly Interesting- 'The settlement; -
ment will leave matters for the local ,
of priests, which he declares HighPoint laborers are among the however,, hat stopped all further litigation -- -,-
authorities .to deal with,, and at v r ; r'STA.R.T :;
drives the clergy to secret immorality best paid In'the south. and It' Is said; the';executors
took .to his' bosom as bis wife There are about 5,000 ,,laborers In the same Ume conveyed assurance end' the other''heirs haveresumed
ne- that the'relPo'nelbl parties ,,In the
..' girl whom he loved and that she: is the town, 1,500 'of whom belong to lynching would be adequately punVIshed. friendly relations, no 111'feeling whatever .,. I .., r. \

still living 'with.. him. the union. High Point has' ,40_other factories .- ..*" : remaining. "as'. 'an., -after':.effect. of. It -- '...
of various. kinds. the suit. .
OF 'FL.Q'RI'DA FEVD:
,GAV'E BIRTH. '' TO SEVEN: C' LVEL 'The*estate of ;Joseph' fe. ,Brown Is .. tai

'\. .-' 'FOUR MILLION MORTGAGE., 1 GIVES THE, LIE TO WATSON... ''I valued at Between $450,000 and '500,- '"Spgakingabout feuds. said John 1 "That's where the trouble began
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tt Remarkable. i and ,Unpr.cltdent&d Fecundity 000. The property in Atlanta; consistIng L. Humphries of- Tampa; 11'"I I' Redding Claimed that 'underthe taw
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4k of a Durham Cow. Filed by"Columbus,. Qa; Company .to I Representative Livingston Don If's ,the I of, store iouses.aDd dwellings* think that the stiangest; In its Inception where-* man's, stock :wander on. to,, ,

I I. seven calves, perfectly formed born Develop"Water Powers., I Statement Made by Tont. worth about $400,000,, and there are .- Is one between two families .In the premise of' another,; without his: n: '
The ColBmbus, Oa. Power company Using, the strongest language..that lands In'Texas valued at' $100,000.; Marlon countyrln our'itate. tt came fault he can go after''1C He'argued \
to one 'Durham 'cow. was,-(he unusual Monday, filed !Inj Muscpgee auperlor lie knows how to use/Colonel Livingston ", aboat this' ,w V : 'You know In our that the same doctrine applied to-po.) ..

incident 'recorded. a few days ago at, court.a: mortgage $4,000,000; to secure characterizes as Infamously false 'DEATHLlST:, TWENTY.THREE., state sometimes land disappears,; during tatoes which- bad. wandering habits.. .
the'iarm'ofKartln.-.s.' Hill?:near Boa an. Issue ot S per cent'gold bond.0 the charge' made, by Tom' W'ltson .In .. . '-:.-. the night and a'man wakes 1IP'to For: he was;"', 4ry sure that the potv,
too Mass. 'They Included four bulls, They .will not all be Issued at once. the ,last Issue of. his. magazine t1ilthe : Soon 'of 'Bodies'Are Recovered'' from find his garden a great sinkhole.: This toed on the Vance farm belonged to;
weighing .thirty pounds each, and Bond .aggregating 8LS50.000 ,will "(Livingston) had J leaned his official .r."< Explosion-Wrecked Mine:' I., of course due to the fact that Florida hias.< Vance'-andhi,, friend Invoked,
r three heifers; 25.pounds each. All the be Issued, at; once and ,the proceed stamp 'or' frank''to'the 'Southern railway ' The' death list of the Century 'mine is built on coral and '110tery"ub-- another prl.Dclple'of law that'aiinani'wnt "

-. -calves died at,their birtth. ,:, or Immo- will be used in carrying but.the'convjpany's : \\ and ln'tkle :way.tad been party disaster .'.in West Virginia 'has now stantially built at that, especially la. hls-land from heaven'to hade
ilately after.' plans for'a ''gigantic develop"-; to the padttnff! of the malls during the reached twenty-three, while twenty; or 10010- of the interior' oountl s, Harry'ne4dh and be refused to dlr' P'the potatoes
period when the.malls e'had a nice patch.of Irish po- for the benefit of his neighbor.7 :";, c'(
Cattlemen and reterlnarles ear' the ment ot'watej power-along the .Chat- are weighed by more 'are :.injured. Officials of thecompany'
the. 'government. tates'And Oliver Vance,:;.his ,neighbor "All that happened'ten year a o .
north Columbus.
their of. Friday
> occurrence unprecedented{ In *tahoochee dyer reported J aht'that'twenttwo had what, he, called a farm'and continued 'Mr.; Humphries.; "and' the '' "

experience., CAUS 0 -..... DENY,, OF. ROAD. bodies hav. been recovered near the house was a .(..'1Ihol.: ., Redding. ''and the..;Vances' are .UU'-t :; '
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'" THEFT :SUIClDt. ,and but one..1mall1.he. .- mine. "One night Bedding's. potato'patch armed against' each lotberkkT'Ap'; or',:" ;
'". ,BLAST TAKES TWO: LIVES. '- President of Northern' Makss $tat.. .I disappeared and the; :7i morning three skirmish' bar ,tak ap1a; .. be
College Girl Kill Sslf Rather Than rnent to Public. 'ELEVEN BUILDINGS DESTROYED.: he had. a nice large sinkhole filled tween' ,the;:parties and:"one; Gt the
:-: .Premature Explosion in 'Alabama'Mfhe "Face Accuut on- '" The presence\ >of President Spencer '- with water where bit garden: patch Vance boys; 1> year bdd.'was'posed.< jed
Work.; r of wasThe; same night'Vance: who bad by Ore from tae .- ,
Does\ Deadly , the Southern .railway'and a number Cvstly eaeaarrrhey .
Bias*,, In Fay tt vills, N. C.Several .
The body of 'IDs. ; .
Prudle Ford :
'r r r a:: $.i phcne message. from Readers ofother'prorutenSogtbern";; ; railway sinkhole when be went to bed. woke: have'never. ,spoken to oaeH, "
.(+FrarnineI, about 15' ""mtles'' '. aonthwer(-of, college:student lt. at 'Hartt r4. 'Ky.,was officials' In New Orleais.,.TVldty, ) People'. .:Hurt. up 'to find the hole was filled with dirt other, sine ''that,'.erenttul .lgkt test ,
dead 'the' A 'fire which started In'the, Frank In 'which there seemed to be a Jot of year::agq: Lawyers-and'p ttlclaiMi
;nlrmlnebQD Ala. says two, are found .In' Rough river: Saturday.. .-eYtve4"the' rumors of the ,'IMIrchaM ; ,
'.:;,'. :, ;and... : 'She- .rt.". not.:; saying': she had, been of" the, ;Northeasttn'rafra4''by' )"' the. Thornton. Dry CJoods;company's '..toreat pebbles about the size ota man's fist hare'' gone" o.t'JO'' help .thd Iath.ll' eettte. ,
exgloalmtrot4MI7aaihlte'ea Naturally he.was surprised. 'He- ex diaevlttae, Mt trip were obdalrate. -
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; / Bontherte. an'entrand" Fayetterllle. : OSoiiday ?
't f' to'gala Into night
maturs N.
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accused stealing" and clothe : ; '' .
.'money ,1 amlned the pebbles, to- findthem'.pd>j and If the.JM Co+r. ear twenty
rip' srst' the'works.f ; .b'Dring: '...'U from- 'her boarding house _and 'that New' Orleans.;butJPresldent Spencerand In 'the center','oti:*:We}'cltyde.troredr? .tatoea.'.:"8114 after caning* d.ramily'up rears aa it has. ali *s> Ftortd ...

f3Iareparing'tli.'nights' WekS 'tau..... ,than; laoe'fa ,Charge'l of"wnJch President. C. C. Harvey of the eleven buildings;: Thebes Is estimated they got'twork and gathered inal& HarVwto a dusty .au lase a ...
.) ..1' ,boushtaapark.. : l Ignited' one ot< she ; Northeastern'. : both- ,denythe. reported, ' 'at. OOO." No.on.' waaV kf1 t. bushels of potatoes ready for..tawsnt tae-,best tkat > 'lSS'
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w 'What right have you to carry' ..' ,
1 1t!_, fube.al lace 'The world has trouble

of Us own'. Cbeer up and change your .AMI SALOON Wando) Ha
point of view Youcao't/!. Nonsense. KI. *;,!

Trip :\to tk JlediterraiieanMM Your potatof view is largely a1' matter, ,

fz : : ; of aide bablt,of (hings.Your Quit looking .for'-happiness the,!.dark or: PEA ._ .,. ';. - -- -- I ... :_ .,. "j

f t misery In your own band. School ,
t ,.'" at: 16oW111. a.:' '8E"H.. ;'yourself to see the silver lining. of the '
,- clouds about- your life. Cheer up. w A tDont.
point or .'u "ti ;the 'into\ a' belter .by Jupiter and' swam. Y ur Ills are mostly Imaginary. A* yf t 1' To My Friends and --

u' ti ,0f across those straitsTbe / theuld woman said, she had worried --
1NVF Mob ot.ber'lRId i. Turk. call tbe' Bosporus Bog all her life 'mostly about things that

Ito grounds hag, meaning pass or gorge . never happened.' Yuu are borrowing Public
': Wi v i annex; .'In room 1 The au.pcru.m.. with fish but '''I trouble and p.ylnll'hlltolrr...... ot In. the Generally
IM i tOD i of Sarcophagi doubt very much whether they could terest. Cheer UD. Why man alive! ..

M funeral ,Bas -Reliefs.a get 20,000 pounds in a few hauls as In five ralnuiesMwalk you can find ,'
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t- st'of'' fs> Porphyry 'bel..... doing at Okieobobee, however scares of people worse off' than you ( ; -
, sad .1.. t. suggested the L, In the Bosporus most. o( the dab And here you are going.through tbe
& \'of the cover of the e, are taken In nets. world feeling sorry for yourself-the I have purchased Jlletcairs Annex Saloon In Orlando, ;'
i of CooMtntlns 1st,, and There are 28 stations op tbe Bosporus. meanest. sort pf pity In the world. be Cross .. ,
r Helena.: . No. 49 I.''tb. IA on the European side and You are nursing an' Ingrowing illus
bagua called the,'weeptrs. of 13: on the Asiatic, and some of tin ion. Kid yourself of the bogie man If njukl! will) give prompt: ; attention. to alt orders: for

_- 10'marbles !Sldon: 4tb' century< villages at which we stop Are quite and-:Cheer up. If you 'mu"1,/ whine, , When) '. cooking. you"gei .
;' The sides and ends are dlvl.Jed'by IIUUII., ", Before reachin-r the OraL and kick: and scowl. go" off by your. ) W Beer entrusted to me and Invite -
columns lnto'18 compartments In ktbuOQ we pans a small gun -foundry self. Dorr't muss up other. people's poor results. It may Whiskey, 'line,. pr ,. .
I .acb of which.Is.the oVure uf several feelin '. If will the +'
a woman and arms factory and you dig grave ofjyonr '
_ in different attitude of grief. ',Oo t ate mosques. and, at 'this point. is the happiness,' and play the* pallbearer not be your fault but. all. my former patrons to make may place their''
trlexe is an elaborate' bunting and embassydespatch Into the .bargain to the ,
scene, anchorage for yachts go, I F, -
./ ,and on lobe cover a funeral procession.JSTo.v76 boats. We'r.... a numberOf cemetery, It's jour funeral Cheer the fault 'of the Ingrd- 'when In Orlando. '* .
headquarters -
in''room 2 U the 80 calledft Imperial yachts. 1M.re paddle up. Man! Worn an I,Cheer up. Carry :
Alexander Sarcophagus Pentellomarble I steamers and not .very elegant from about wlth'you' glorious morning (Hen IB you have used. ..
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found aL Hldon, and U Is certainly external appearances. We stop at face.. Smile even tbrougb your tears. A- _ T _. .: ___ .-
a magnlfioeot piece of work'and Ort Keln, a Urge village (bisectedby Tear will\ dry quickly .C ber'' up! BUY YOUR.GROCERIES.
-in an excellent state of the ancient Uyzan- -Petersburg 'Independent .
{ preservation. a stream,) It Is .
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There has been much discussion over tine'village of Ml. Pboca It Is Inhabited 'I'' LOWEST PRICES ',

i'l. -.... origin/destination.- -As Alexander bl""Jews-- .Armenians. and Col. Thos. J..Appleyard, tbe versatile - .. -' - "" -
i editor of the Lake City Index has ": : GALi.ON' .
the Great Is twice represented Greeks. It U said that the market BY TME :
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decided to, become a candidate for 01' us and will find .
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you
upon It, the' conclusionthat It, ooo- gardens here grow: the best fruit, ,-
.rained tbe .remains 0''. the renowned vegetables and lowers( found In the railroad commissioner: The crowded ,
.Macedonian appeared so natural that Constantinople' markets..; There Is ''. Hate of these. columns 'preVen's giving everything absolutely nY'E.t'rom$2.00 up' -. / 4

aide. was the'Oral Ides .that presented large mosque near the. landing stage his candidacy.tbe notice that it merits, fresh pure and satisfactory '"-=- '
''ttealf to the mind of lit students-that and juitlngout Into the! sea, apd was but It shall be said that his decision -. ''
idea bas now been abandoned, but ItUe.quite built by !Suhan'Abd: -ul-ALIz'a mother to-run will\ be hallell with pleasure bya in the end<<) ". COJIN( from $2.00'up . : 1 .
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; possible that; this Identical and I* the one which that Sultan usually large majority of the newspapers, r
..-oopbt.Ir '' b.eI' 'been ordered .by attended. There are many large whom he has. faithfully and ably it-is cheaper to buy 4 GIN irons;$,00 up .
Md prepared fpr Alexander the Great. wooden' Houses along the shore. served lu the capacity of secretary of ,
Why tbe conqueror was not burled in These are the summer, residences of the Florida Press A SHOO Ut ton. 'With really otl Groceries.. "
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It. and bow,It. came too,be bidden in-: a Ministers of StatePashas, and other their Support. be Is quite sure of winning ,OTHER' GOODS ." .
Uonlan burial cave, are) problems dignitaries. ;' and if. be doe., he will bring to i .

; 'that up to the present LIme no one bas We stop' aLa number of villages but the service of the people the ripe experience .. .HOGAN & FLOYD.,.. r
been able to solve.'. It Is undoubtedly the next of Importance, is Belbek. of years and the ability' to IN'PROPORTIONWith .
_ of tbe last. quarter of the 4th oeta*' It la built oiAhe.1'.of abolent Chalde. III all ti.e requirement of the positionto .

'*ury B. p. "While Lbe carvings. on the It was a fatorlte resort' of. various which he aspires. Being brother Has Stood! the Test :28 Years r ''i' w _ -.,.. -..
'.Ide., ends and coverdsre\ very interesting sultans, especially Sultan Sellm-1 and newspaperman, tb Is edit or has a warm,
_F I will not Into the details. lirst of whom built a fraternal at well I aa personal feelingfor Tbe old original Grove's Tasteless '
; ; go Bellm 111-7-tlie favors
,. Ho. 90 Tabnlttr-Sarcophagus, au summer palace on the shore ;land Col. Appleyard and will rejoice in i.,Chill\ Tonic; You know what you are '. many thanks 'for past ,. and .
_.. nlhroplrd sarcophagus of Egyptian known to Europeans a..Ib. Palace .of seeing him win the nomination.-Puma taking. It Is Iron ahd -quinine in a .
.ainpblbollte found: at Sldon,' on the Conferences, where ambassadors. were Gorda Uerald. tasteless form. No cure, no-pav. Mo. soliciting a .coutlnmua'ce of your patronage -

,. other blero- received audlenon. On top -- -- ,- ,
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!.t01fJp'o Inscription which tells. that the of a Bill' I, a handsome college found : I.am* .
'\. hagus contained the body of anIlan eij by a Kir. .\.. Knbert, of Mew Yorkin
s general named Penephtah, ItXJS: and called Hobert College : Tours .
(C .w f the reel of the; inscription conI -' after him. : W. .B. MAKINSONCOMPANY truly, ,
I an extract from the Book of the Uuinell Hlnsar or the citadel Is the .
"".This sarcophagus was carved ; next stopping point, a village mostly I "
f I e i beginning of the Stb century B. inhabited: by Turks. The water gates 'AGENTS FOR R. T. BUTLER rut
.j one of the workshops of Mem- seen under the houses 'are'''to admit
:t toot Memphis;Tenn. &by>> the way). ooota" belonging to"*.h'e bouse'Into the .

N r/ Is said that at lobe.time of the ex cellars, which in Bosporus waterside Florida +
'; Jltlon of Cambyses to Egypt the houses are used as boat houses. Mohammed Fertilizer Manufacturing Company JUG
T J 'nalns of ..Egyptian, general were the II built a huge tower here TRADE A SPECIALTY.LIQUOR. .
6 '4 out and the sarcophagus.sold and I and superintended the building\ of .It Of GAINESVILLE.' FLA
to 8ldon Its ultimate destlna- blm elJ., 1000 masons were employedto
,tried made perfectly clear by' tbe the construction of It, and It Is said 0

[. inscription,'of''' ,* hlcti .the I'that each mason was allotted twu vet
Allowing lea translation: "I ;T.b-' Of It to build Constantino" pointed Makers of High Grade Fertilizers'
Ith,priest of Astute, King of the 'out' to' Mohammed mat the erection ot

lldonlans, sow a( Eshmunaier, Priest 'the tower violated the existing treaties S
if A........, King of the SLdonlaos, am and threatened starvation to the 'of All Kinds.
aid In this-chest which you see here people of the city. Be offered to pay 0 :

I adjure. each,; man who shall discover 1 yearly tribute but Insisted that the ,
-< building- ..shouldcease,- Mohammed ...: Orange Tree: Fertilizers Specialty. -
Jiei ost ,which" Is -her v some not .
hither; tfo not raise the covering do 1 refused to listen to the Emperor Coo- ,. H_ _ ALL THE LEADING 3R AX'DS' OF / ,
not disturb me, for there Is no sliver, aLan Line. appeals and sent back. ibis ,
i there Is no Rold..h.re are no treasures reply: "Mark also that I'shall haveevery .. I
by my side, 1 am laid alone. In ambassador Inpaled and flayed
Z' fills chest,.do not raise the cover; do alive who daTeTT/hrnceforUi come to We Sell Farm Business : :
ot disturb me (repetition) for such ',me with such a message' ,can your or \ WHISKIES
la the It was alibis point In bl5 B..Ct that :
I abomination eyes
t:'btAatstte.;: If you .raise, tbe cover, the armY of- Darius numbering'700,000 Cut eat Coupoa below ...11,..It st esc Do: sof put ibis elf. .. ". .

Mid U you disturb me, may you, have men crossed the Bosporus on a bridge ,
posterity among the livingunder, of boat,' there Is nothing w commemorate :-
sus. nor soy bed among the dead", this event except the rock on FARMS CUT THIS.OUT FARMS'I ..
I which Darius sat be watched the .
a everal l tratsiatldns} of aji1, I ,
7e but Utterallyao Persian busts pouring from. Ail*" IntoEurope. Christie & Real Estate Imported and 'Domestic':Wines Ports
Christie .
i Inscription they are Agency, Sherries,
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However when sarcopta--
t' We make more stops" on both DyaMJpcburck; .1I41.,.. Jscksosvllte.. Fla. '
many "
number 1 .
was opened there were ,//a Angellea'Clarets, Sautcrnc/Rhino Wines
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__ ..er'a.a,. <' gold ornaments, jewels the Asiatic and European, sides Black-of Sea theBvsporut Kindly send, 'me, by return mall. Listing/ Blank 'as I wish to take: up \ .; "rf.' ,. II'M.' .. .
retch the ,
.....i stones found,, :which \are I and matter of placing my Farm In )'cmr''aDd.. ' ,. I' ,Impor'ed'i.antl' ; <.Domcstlc"DrandJcs; Glns'BaialtSand ,'. ",
and ret.urnr.tD to Constantinople, "
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1M.. .i Irre.wWlee.d 1"" ,, ,
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body of the Sloonlan I our stopping polnu 'I fe>rgot to meanLion Name. .".. .... . .., . ...., ,.... ,.. ,. ... ....' .., ... ., .. "" ....:..., .. ;, "/ Sco tclthskles:\, : ESi:' } "" : v "J II 1/f-Ii'P\" tees j } .
that, ascending! we stopped on "' \; J/f.t; \. :' I\ :
found In; It also, and this o.n , \ 1 IT .' .
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'the head 1 the European side and on the Asiatic .. . . .. , ; :",. j ;' ,'.., .... ::. ,,',,', "'t'' {,.J\) :'I j.i'" ,,"#." '\< . ';;
In a glass case AC 1 toi Address....,,. ...' 0 .. ', . . .. .". ' .'.. ,,,..r ., :- '>" \ ...
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sarcophagus, At. the end of'' side on descending or returning : 'I' : ; : .. \ "
> room are ,two glass cases,, coo i Constantinople made a stop at .-.... ., ,- r; ,
log objects found in the variouspbaglsnd Anadoll Hlssar and along the valleyon ,. \.
tn' the ,burial obatn- the south side of the, village flows ,. --1 ,;.. .
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'the river'' 'called QhlocK-suyu the ; r

', .The discover/of) ',tbese sarcophagi, ancient Aretas,' known by its ,..European ,"I wY3.ea yoU'. -we-int' ; ,' a.- THE' FAMOUS "
,of 'The sweet waters' of/
name
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((- was purely accldeD'IPoII' ; pea.eutdigging : . ,
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bis field at Ayaa,. ''situatedoe Asia". Tourists desiringto K*'* a. Nice: :ieottle. I . , ,<, :
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glimpse of the private life of the better ,\ ", " ,, '. '
.r Ualda, the ancient HIl1oa.1.ld ; ' ,; ", I" .' .
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which class of Turks should this val.'I.ya' Cream of A'
'opt>D a bole at the bottom of her pay .' ::3h..one ,,.. : '. Kentucky
visit. I told Friday ' . .
suspected. .the presence of tombs.The: am. on ',, .. Cacsjtalrs' '
of Turkish .. Rye ,
authorities were informed of the dis- afternoons when.oUlllbers jJ
the director ladles and'gentlemen may be seen in Echo)
-ooveryand Hamdy hey, Spring Rye
of the 'Imperial Museum undertook! their private dalques or aeat.edcn the R. R WHITTEN & 00. '
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-excavations which resulted In ''Lbe shoe. On the right bank of tbe stream. ,. Lebanon Club'' Bourbon A
'' is the handsome Imperial Kiosk: built
.: ", Of. tbe two uoderR'l'Ound'b"lUb8n. '
discovery
from which '26 sarcophagi'were in 1853! by the' 'mother' of' '..Sultan ,Abtl.ul.l1Iejld' :Ihone 1. ; 'Orlas3 do.. Fla. :' Wilkes County Corn 4 "

_ taken!'' The plan of these chanj'bera BDDHB . -Old Harvest .-"
,,..> bangs Oi the"wall of room 2;) I On our, arrival' atConstantinoplewe Free Phone From Mdler'. Stables. Corn ; "
"rrha: chamber marked'?'A". bad been decided l.ot to take the trip,up the .. :'"'
J Golden I Horn to the sweet waters of ,
-, violated, sometime In the pa. ,rod! :I ft
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-r. the sarcophagi bad suffered considerably Europe! : '.. it. was' not Interesting '

but chamber marked "a'. ..,wa. I enough to spare the time-so 'we*'tekeoerriage Has Stood The Test 25 Years.GrOve's CHASE'S BARLEY MALT. : ).J

f found to be intact ,There Is an' Interval I|'i' and walls, drive We1d'outside the city ; .. .. THE KING OFBOTTLED '
the it. .
around ; very ,
of two centuries between the plac- . ,. Distilled
rip, ."!DIr of TsbnltbIhe; Sldonlan king dusty and' unple.unt.. It ia quite a especially for. ->:
sight to see the thousands of graves'of .1
who lived at the end of the GLb century medicinal-use ,
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Turks that lost. their lives In the takIng '';,;
B.C. and the execution of the,, AI.xDci''L -<{<| BEERPS (
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tbe end of the 4th century,B.C. I Tbe 1 land Is being tilled and .they do "MMIMBBCANADA ".. " 1", I
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, ,Notbfuc{ j U known as to the persons for I'riot stop when they come to a' grave; Tasteless Chill'me' i ,
whom these sarcophagi were destined. It U ploughed up and planted. -Tbereseems MALT .. : I.

t _but It Is altogether probable that they to be no respect shown for the ,. .: .... ';:;<.
-......' for tbe ,resting, places of"the. dead who lost'their' lives' 'for their' -a and'otlicr brands of. .... :. ,.t i' ,
ft prlooes of Sidon of the ..A: and 6tb emperor. ''we Cure-No-Pay.' 5O cents. ', $ :WDOZEJ ;" . .. ,, ;
By the time reached our'hotel l we 1. .
xsenturlen, B.' C., and the,'chambers',! 'J Whiskey too numerous. : r ,
Cay.bate been a royal necrop- I are ''mpl fagged out' and after'Kood 'a . role
opened ; '
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to,
: I dinner retire, a* we .leave' tomorrow mention. iI\
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; 1.,1iwo'. for,Greece.-' ,
',Inone'etthe rob are. .
i I>.:dorlte door socket of Bargott 1st and I am very sorry not to, be able to ...ATLANTIC'/COAST .LINE: r' ... ; ;1-,.. I
1 continue my letters through the, sumt ':Ii .,
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'are dated KOO II.431: :.There are many !
.. curious and' Interesting things .mer but. should nay life be spared : '
other
shall In the fall be ,take THE THROUGH CAR LINE 'FROM"FLORID' 'it: ll
which could take pages ,to, describe glad, to my Whiskey; Bottled Bonds: ,
o(.so we will be obliged to end our'' visit readers through Greece IL.I,,- Aus .' . :: !
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Stamboul end of. the Oalata Brldg bring you all back: to well ? le. Stout I.
take and han'py hope having given,, youa Its Rails to Charleston .
fur trip UD tbe Bosporus.VVe LOver own jSavannah. .
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i *. steamer flying both the green MALL [lHichmond 'and Washington thence Via Pennsylvania
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V Asiatic re. shores.' : .' 'Cured' Conantaptlosi- t 0 "'"(Via Montgomery) 'and Louisville '& Nashvilleand :m. -zfrom:: 1::J$2: $ _OO VLJP'' .': ',' { '.' :

its; ;The trip to tbe Black Sea and 'back: Mrs. B. WiEvans; CHarwat, Kan. West Atlanta ; .. "
r4.takeasbout4boure.and tbe fare I. 'writes.My husband\ ,Y sick forthreemonths. 'Dixie Flyer Route" Via :' .. '0 opseir, ... ..rpm; ,-2.oo_ iip1 .. '. ", , ,""; N. >,>i..
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;'its greatest width is 'at' 24 ml.leai..nd; Its narrowest. 243O feet at Tears '8'0"a04 since 'then .we have Via ttamshl ...: 'tatlon Co.; for Baltimore and Philadelphia., :; "
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