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: May 4, 1906
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00227
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Jhf; [ 'ST (MIDPUNTATION though aa acreage:sufficlcnt" to run It :Iia'a4rit' a+itawaw'aa swaa. .
to Its full capacity had never betn . -.0. . \ '
A furnished At. l.*wa* sold to Mexicans.It | With .Neighbors, at Whittier '
IA!LED. has been ereotedtln Mexico, and i*
reported doing first class work, at R.portedEsch'Wsek'; by : ARRIVING .

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The failure of St. Cloud was 'attrlbrutablA. . ... .
R. t Rose Discusses Reclaimed Warm and; dry, distant' thunder. are. ;
TBe-preseiit weather condition in. out '
"" li:-To a lads 'of agricultural' skill Stock
glands and Gives. Some Interesting section and crop needing rain corn Largest t. ,
and knowledge, a* (first, das Crops ha began to twist a Mule, an'' a ,;
have always been, and are now being good sbowerwuuld be highly aJpre- . "ir .
'f Data.Tallahassee. ,
made on similar land Immediately olated. The'electlpojl cool enough i

t April 30, 1006. adjoining' and In tbe neighborhood ofSt. however; candidate must .be waiting, . Latest Styles ( I
Cloud At Southport, and' oo for tb blackberries foe" not a tiirht' or '
:Editor."" Valley Gazette, thousand of acre ia Dade county sound ofxthem has beeo had since the +
Klssimmee Fla., I and la Lee'aud tlanatee oounile: ,' oo campaign should have opened a few .
iDea r Sir:-Itvlng received 'nu Inquiries! recently to the rea- ",sa-xie process floe crop of all kind writers were well pleased with themselves '
4 I for the failure of theSt.. Cloud are now being grown, and are- now and the. declarations) that If '
"'al'. Plantation,"--though I have being made on St. Cloud. elected they would carefully look aflebe CONSISTENT WITH FRESH HONEST GOODS. '.
oswered Ibis question previously in 2-To extravagance In local tnan- > \dear Iambs of their flock: U '''all :
the. prest+-the "Timfle-Ualou" and "allemeaLlneaclect) of field, particular. that we have seen to Indicate that the
? .BartQ" Courier-Informant" andOther ly neglect local drainage., : primary.thia year was worth seeking" = _
., papers-I' have prepared! the 3-To over capitalization, and the : for.' tn the. meantime Bro: Arch's r-- -;
followloir' .hor* history of that enterprise investment of tbe capital In unproductive . Michigan mil lionak e advance through Death of George tl. Ivey. rni l ll'nllliii illllIt mllu"nJt
; and hope you.w'l1Il1ad it worthy'of land; the subsequent mortgaging breastworks and fall back ID (rood or- i ,
publtcatiun.k of the whole property for more der all the time talking of heavy purchases h bas become'our sad' duty this '
In order to glve.vbu a correct 'l Idea than i'S value, and earning, capacityand and railroad and all thote- week. : to chronicle the death .of Mr,j e .. .
Of the hlU>ry of Ht.' Cloud, |j .will ,be consequent failure; aided by ,the sort of-things until they have got the Geo. B. J rev..a, good man and true, c
necessary to begin at the Inception of repeal of tbe "bounty law" and con enthusiastic portion of our population and one of the county'. foremost citizens -
}Ache work.: As I was an active partied equeuf loss of,i confidence by the somewhat excited. The wiser and j which occurred suddenly at. his Dr/ Goods; Clothing '
pant In this events, U will be necessary. stockholders: a* wa ''the case In a more phlegmatic1 body of our' ...peopleare 1 home ID the Shingle Creek: settlement : tn
: to appear egotistical and person af. large number of Instance 'In Louisiana calmly viewing the situation ,with. lartMdnday morning.Mr. c'' ..
'. I however, can refer to official record and the beet sugar region. a solemnity' which a certain father .. Ivey had been working: hi* :1Shoes '
foe much of,the data, and to such men k The report of the operation of; the must have done, when his son came to-'-grove and went to Vhe 'house for a ; t Ladies and Gents Furisblngs f 7
'a* the Hon. John M. Bryan Hon.:: C.' factory U. SI, Cloud for' 188.aod' '9). him la.some excitement and by way of drink of water.. .Thfl day being very %:'I :. t. ' ,

Carson, Judge E UBeggs,> Hon.' which 1* authentic and correct, shows a hint exol aimed{;father they say the warm he had probably gotten ,,overheated r
.t.W, Watson J. M. Lee.J1. A. Vans the remarkable yield of 4.00U pound Huh are biting now; yes, yes, said the and when be drank the water GO TOE'
; Robert and Stephen Part to of sugar per.acre off can over a field old gentleman,' but you stick to your It /gave him cramp In the chesty, To
J:'. and allother icltlzen. of Onoeola of 357: acre work: and 'they won't .bite you. Those allay this he took: .large dose of "
county at that time, for confirmation After. long experience' In Louisiana{ that look closely! after their farm work spirit of camphor from a bottle which i KANNER'&Co.1
of the jl'eDerallaeLl a* ILal.ed. and twenty-five year In .Florida won't Ret bit by either flab or supposed he had In the house, and In a short
The drainage canal between East wbere I have been familiar with sugar land buyer*. time.afterwards expired., Dr.' Hicks 'D aT
Lake and Tohonelcllaga was cut In the culture and manufacture I do nut sheriff was sent for but on arrival found the ? '/1
reclaimed'marth.\ Quit-worthy was among the dead. :::: / .
fall of 1883. In .January 1886, the hesitate to the' visitors patient : '
city last '
lands formerly cypress, swamp and lands of FlorIJa, w11l. /'produce more in the boys one for day a courting week gatherlug i frolic Deceased was forty-six. year. old, = 11 L Iii: Leaders In L Pi'iceaalad) j= '
saw-grass, covered from 18 Inches to 3 and better sugar cane, than any land heexoecu call and leave a widow and seven children!
.' to allaID,'we are glad
'. feet of water and still having from in the Jolted Slates; tbat they- will to see him at any lime but our cltlrens to mourn hl..' loss. He had lived1 In headquarters clothing.. =
I 6 to 12 inches of water thereon, were produce cane equal to Cuba; or Mexico would rather he bad other business the vicinity 'where he died fir the past
ditched; ditches from 4 to B feet deep In toooage of sacbarine quality. : twentr-Qve years,.and enjoyed, tbe BPEOIAL"SALES
f. ,and 105 feet apart, were cut throughout Cane from the reclaimed land of Tbe cat.t.le'are having; a difficult time con deooe.' and .esteem,,, of all who I e 7 I
lour hundred acres. The water Southport, near St. Cloud, received this year, plenty of peat tig but hardly knew him. '
le.ello the canals being some five the first premium in competition with mlllc enough to '.atl.f, our coffee He always manifested lively Interest .'

feet below tbe surface of tbe soil, allowing the world, at the New Orleans Exposition drinkers. in public matter, and at';, the' time Monday.tULULUtu1tIUllu1Utuiticutuiiittttuttututi
j 1 a perfect/ -dtarnageforat least in- 1885. Cane from St: Cloud The rapidity with which our 'merchants of his death was a.candidate for the '

four feet; a crop of corn, rice and showedthe best average yield of sugarof ; are hauling good Indicate legUlatur .. ,:
oat that spring all of any American sugar esta.e for 1888, a flourishing business, the wagons are The remain were Interred at Shiogle ,
t which yielded large crops. 'Corn from. 8tt and 00; the same quality of cane instill on the road every day and even thenIt Creek cemetery on Tue 'dal1"moroOlOll / I. JtDREAD. "
":.60 to 60 bushel rice from 40 to ...76J' growing on these 'lauds.: and was seem almost impossible to supply '-with masonic honor. About +4+"M4"M4'M'H"M'44'4r' H'' I I I I < M I I I M **
i busheloaC' ; (. from 20 to 30 bushel exhibited at Tampa, last winter No the demand. members of Orange Blossom : : '
per.acre.'>' fertilizer of any kind was used at Another large drove of the O'Berry Lodge, of which be wa a'' loyal A ERr'Y. ll i; !
i During- th3 fall of 1880 110 acre of either place on cane. cattle weredriven,, through; .our city.on member, and Junior Steward, drove T Yy K ; .
,cane *as ','planted on the lands on See: Dr.. IL W. Wiley'. report ors Sunday last said to, be about .2,000 out in buggies and carriage to take:
J':: which 'these crop. were grow a. In soils and produce*, In the agricultural head part la the last tad rite over the remains -, ', Ji , .
''r 1887, besides the 110 acres of cane report of 1891. This report wa made Tbe Patrlarch'Beem still uDder the I of their deceased brother arriving i ., .
; 250/ acres of rice were planted which. by Or. Wiley after years of personal enchantment of your city,, somethingnew at tbe house about 10 o'clock. .. CAKE AND PIE.' : ";
'yielded& an average of 60 bushels ofJKoe investigation at St. Cloud, Southportand I sn pose.' The body wa placed In the hearse by
.. per acre In tbe fall of 1887. During Uunuymede, where be wa In Oro. Wheeler paid bur city a 'vis'iton the Masons and conducted to Shingle ."
the summer of 1H87, Mr. Hamilton charge of the ugar experiment of the Saturday last, he has certainly Creek church. ' I FANCY .GROCERIES ;oil

.j;j Olsiton purcb.Md.JaU Interest In U, Agricultural< : Department.', His found the fountains _of* youth (If he The funeral was preached by Tier. .. t
the plantation, aster the same 'had report tr well worth reading, and i* would dye as the Jack of Clubs did Jenkins.-of the Methodist church to a ;t' FRUITS .
been established a 110 acre 'of absolutely true In every particular, you would not believe him to be a day large congregation.of the friend and 1 : AND CONFECTIONERIES.. ,: ,G
1 i can* planed_ In the winter of )887, a agriculturally.'a/ well a* chemlcaly; of 40, he jolly a* the proverbial IeI' relatives of the deceased,',after whlnti '. : ,
1 t"11 was erected and 40 acre.. of tbe not drawn from hearsay, or testimony, and since his marriage never ha the body was conducted to the- grave \ ;,; ___
...cane { rage( of 4.200 pound*':'of "\\Hi test" of the fact and coaaitlons'as body, Vft'W. ,, find that home 1* the of acting Master .Mt Katz, went :Agent ',i 'f "

; i.. ,.( car per acre; (the mill was not coin- they edit; for four years, Dr. Wiley fashioned leave all that hearty old through the beautiful'but'' solemn burial . ', : ;:? ,
I plated until February 1888, and the ana myself were Intimately connected good nature he used to divide service prescribed by the i j%crop harvested In February and March with this. work His report peaks for out among us so freely .his !good ritual. $ W. H"SMITff"PRO !ILtJMcL&UO: IUU. Mo .\?" r:, t. ,
a' of 1888.) The remainder the 110 itself and should be read by all par lacy should be a happy woman. Tbe floral offerings were profuse .
:-acre <
+f'' cane acreage on the plantation In 1888 The gentlemen I have referred 'to Indicate that the Everglade- drain.&d esteem in which the deoettkea was held --. '. ,' '' ,. _. -. '- : ,,-: .. -,' '
arid 89. some 300 acres. Io corn and wilt\ doubtless!>> confirm the statement I II the text from .,which their candidate bybis neighbors. ;; ; : : :

,,> 'rice; about 250 acre, at which time 1, have made if requested to- do *o. do their preaching from and the .. ''I JOOOOC" CCCCC.- ', cccc., ,DC' ..)'.Ccco" ., cocca" DeCIII" III I I IYYMssss, . .
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the. was changedthe( opinion to exist. that The Life Insurance I \' '") ,/" \ "" < ...J.-. : ;- ; ,. \01.\\ ." "I< .
management Very respectfully, appears among S\ ,' "::11 :. : .,.. ",1." .' .,p '\. ) .f. r
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Ij original owner ((01)1811)) telling ,to ? -'. .It*.K.:. Rues all the sine that politician. aregullty muddle l bal "tin.wxTtbe.. public to think:: """ t., y "c "' .'. ,1'L.<. t t "
.,',;)tl'. OUston bis entire Interest.) f of this Is the greatest. a* most of our Ing. The wor.derful success 'that ha .j,:. :;.,1v9 B'1y" ...KINSON'C'O'i '.: ,. '{'; ,.t>....,; ;uW1 .,.' '"
.. The capital stock of the plantationwas Notes people are of the opinion' the attemptwill met Ballard'. Horehound Syrup in .. ' / '' i'
Increased from one hundred W. C, T. U, drain everything else before the its crusade, on'Coughs Influenza, :: 1 ,. > ,'. ;" ," : ?. ; '
thousand to three hundred thousand work 1* completed.' Bronchitis' all 4 r'
On 17th Lee and Pulmonary '
the Mrs; D. C. avery
V.' '.dollars, subsequently'to five hundred pleasant,reception In honor,/01 Earl,<.w.all'aln In barge 'of our troubles-has: started the public -tothinking. DEALERS IN
;ji; 'thousand dollar, again to one mil Mrs. Farotwoittt before her departureFor mall buggy an occasional change only. .* of this wonderful prepay '
;; lion dollar The only .crop of* any Tennessee. Much regret was. expressed onuses US to better appreciate him ration. They are all using It., Join ] '
I magnitude were made in 1888 89 and at.losing so'able ". leader. Hunter Paradise baa been,sadly the procession and down with sick- !
,;t., 00, made from. Unoriginal plantings, ., Mrs. Lee is aa Ideal hostess. and, COL- neglected of late the boy being' busy nes ,Price 25o, SOo-and 100. .
Of about 390 acres. The acreage In looking; after.other things J,, '
ducted the affair In her. usual
, i cane *,t no time, exceeded V WOO 'acres, happy. The pole hook: and Hoe brigade are ********.****.**********#: HARDWAREEVERYTHING .[

. though It hat been largely exageratedIn style A .serf, successful l festival was givenat patlentlv-walling for beLLt .....lme.. Ii. : : :
variousstatement.( The: yield .of the residence of Mr*. .D C. Leefor Mr*.' Tumbllo 1 I. lightly on the improve Among Southport i friends: ::'
the four tears wits the twin better of .
these and the
crops during rest ''
the benefit of the. Hart Memorial<'uodThe ; Weekly New* Letter, Dorl*. ;
.an average of.30 ton of cane with un 'lawn and porches were tastefully us are doing the best we can, > : : ,
> average pt 4X)>0 pound of pure sugar decorated: making' a very fine'' placetor Well you don'> know I U 'I can tell\ : ;..,........ ............. ....... ..:
'per acre. After the crops of jiBS, 8l you Ihit our friend' Mr. hi. W. Brat.on -
tbe tables. 'Many thanks due '
.and. 90; the plantation was allowed toVun are has personally appeared''' before As two'-tnootbi morel was added toour .
the waiters for.their 1 ,
. courteous attention
down, no additional lan('. were the'oitizens of this precinct, and de- school it.won't bet out until the.
plaptud.-tbough the capital stock: was to the guests, also to those whoso blared his Intentions and Mill :hll\\ ; eighth of June.. -We are making! arrangement -. ?
inpfitased. and large bodies of land generdVisly more contributed.than Tbe dollar sumreallz9d opinion of that gentleman Is' that he ; to have a picnic, speechesby ; }NEW: :!

purchased! at very high prices. At The was fifty will certainly do and the rest of 11.put the scholar and. plenty'of. ice .
officers for the'year are: Mr* .
the time the including deal of faith in Iva' cream. '.' I
a Miss
same property great -
+ ....
A. L. Chandler Mr. D. C.
a large territory of 'Dew(, purchased. president!; judgement.. -..As MU B )wman'. health was fail . .,
vice president Mr'JViotnas Van .
bonded ? ; tog oo account of the ienK distance to
land was or mortgaged for O..I.C.. ,
,fl.OOO.OOO)( ;making the total Investment Duzor, secretary; Mrs.-.John Overstrpet walk to school she has 'changed herboarding Saddles Harness '
Mrs.A. ,
She won't have >
I. place. so
of $2,000,000 on .d. ordinary sugar
J, Bandy treasurer Mrs. M., R. Teachers
; Examinitipn far to.walk'now; W A
plantation, for which $250,000 would we 'sincerely hope "

have No'skill>een sm or knowledge .was. displayed . Tednen&ay Butler The ,meetings press:' reporter.Any are one'held every wishing other to (o The be 'used following as the I I. a balll list of of Text the Book exam-* -her, All health the farmer will Improve.In, this rvlclnlty .are Stoves;'' .... .;:.., ." :./;Crockery" >" '' ,1

buy to the
trying .
keep grass
manufacture of .
in tbe growing first very ,
ination. Beginning Tuesday In
will be cordially welcomed. ViaIcing .'
join .'
of their : ,- _.
'sugar after 1890 the whole effort! was Invlt.8d.'The June 1908. ut crops : --
to sell stock and buy land, sell-bond. members regular always business! meeting. will Orthography-need's Word Lessons Mr. O. W;' Davis went to 'Ktsslmmeeon : -.Tiuwar.e. " Glassfaints .
and buy more landstT; the stock, was the >steamer. Juanlta last week.Mf. :. >. .. .. .
be held at Mrs. J. L. Qveretreet'sWednesday (25c) Maynard oIerrlt' k; Coq '. ' .
Davit with' fever .
the received was yen stele\ ,
sold to pubUo.h.I11IIIDe) New Tork.. "
A full
May 9th. meeting '
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to land the we hope to hear of hi.recovery soon. .
was used purchase from
author'wtllanswer. .
Readlng -Anl"LaDdard "
I desired. -
< MRS. M, R. BUTLER. We to' hear ,.of Mr.'ClintDais's '' : Oils '
same parties who sold the cock, and regret .
who afterward :old the bond. Composition-Maxwell" &' Smith's trouble .since, he. left, South-' 4. ... ."
:,T1"These are all mauerf sot 'record and Paid the Taxes. Writing( la ]EoglUb! ((75o) American port. ., .. ] ?. I.:A

.can be found .in the record of theo BookCb. For Supreme Court. Justices. WindowShadeS Matting arid'! I tI
rrrk the.Circuit Court: -at KlatlmAt -I P. A. Vans Agnew, representing tbeSouthe..n Arithmetic-Milne'. Standup((65o) I.1
:. Land and Timber Company American Hook Co., Atlanta. -' Report from all:portions of'; the ,- 'I At
'. all .thnes from 1885, when the re- 1* in the city today for the'purpose of EmigjbhOrammer-Metcalf's.! : ((60c State -comes the announcement' that ' ,'
rewotimeatheseelanndsd.havelpro- paying the taxes of thatcorapany.-,. AmerIcan Book Company.\ Wbltfleld and Farkhlll is the winning Farming; :Implements, ,

.. fp 'He brought a.check for $ .084. which U. 8, HI.tory-Flel.?Orammer t.lck.efor justice or"he .upremeooul't. ,. . . . '
i ducad and' producing, fine wa 'u..Ped'ove.. to the collector this James B. Whltfield and Charles 'B.Parkhlll ' "
. School, (SI) American Book Co.- . .
j! ;crops of cane, ,corn,,,potatoes, vegetables -' morning. 'Florida UI.tor1-Bre.ard) A Bennett' are t>oth worthy-young ;..Flo.ridians..They ,1' '" '1 ': ; '..,. I
and, fruits; a visit to St. Cloud, : Although the Injunction agtlnst'the' (COo) American BookCo.' Fairbanks. have done their duty
s i" ,'.Dd,80utbport.,,,wl,1| convince the most: collection of the state drainage tax, Georrapby--Redw.; ; Natural Ad well on the upreme'_ court?bench and" : I Agents for the :I PinSBlRGil"SlttL( ; FENCC,. ;
. V {:-'skeptical' the fertility and produce. Included the company contend, vsnoed$1.25)'American( ) :Book Co. the thinking voters of Florida, do not .
' ;i: Uveness of these land' all other taxes, the company doe not 'Pbi.lologl'Colemao'e 'Elements{!: see 'therethould beachange, therefore f

c*' The abandonment. of St. '''Cloud wa. deilre to place any county :'at a disadvantage ,Of, (90o) The McMillan Co.,' Atlanta.. '' U M the honest. conviction"'of tbe Get, our: 'prices .before buying: elsewhere.\ .. : ,i'i'I
not caused by any deficiency In the and punish the people for Civil:'' Oovrenmentr-.Yooum'* '<;JlvllGoverment : friends of, .bele.youPJr men ,that they : '} .
capaclyI'.fertlllty; 01 tbe soil ae something/ not their faulv, ,and so pays of Florida and the Halted will, be nominated by .,*> Battering I ' , -- . : 'i.I .
r'first-ela. crop of all\kind* have been "fell other.taxes but the .one for dralWfoi' i States, (11)) E- O. Painter:d.JC-i, 'De-; the primary1 election May I )OCOOOCClCCCCIlCcO II .. :j!
ard are till being made on these-'''* C Land Fla.. -V- 15. However, they are not permittngoeercondence'to _L '.oJ"
I ..St., Cloud,like many planta-' ( this company that AIllebra-Ml1ne'a IHlghSchool.. (U) make therycarele:: :;-,. r < . . .. -. ,. ." "t
l.laod.In Louisiana, was over ,capita- s'ulcthat secured the' lojuoction.T-Ml- I American Boole Ctmpany. tad they'urge all their friends at every ""j.; ':
and over stocked with lauds, sift Record.- -- Physical OeographyTarrl's Newt. voting precinct the .State-to work 't "\A r-: Oft. .

the bounty 'of'two ,cents' peryound (ft ) The McMillan Co.,,Atiauta.: In their behalf until the; polo. Closeon '. j
4 was placed on American sugar Stop : '\l Theory and "Practice-Courses of the evening of May. 18.' . 'NEW" GROCERY ST-ORE' : :
when It was afterward rescinded a OrambI1iia'! Studies .
I "' and Method of Teachingby :' .. .-"', .
i Barge, number Of Louisiana sugar If ,.ou' 'suffer from- iRJ fi&aatsa-f! -or Prince, (660)) Olnn* Co:;}, AtlantaOa. If Yon Dot&" -. ; ; ""
fPeatate'and. western: beet factories pain, for Ballard's :Snow Liniment .These book may be' bad 'iof most I succeed the first time use Henblne and Werb'ave just) peiaeci'up..t'U"'nd1&'B..n *'* 't.1 R:f lw .
f. .net with the same fate., wilUbrlng. quick: relief. It Is .a' sure book,dialer In the! State, or from the you will get.Instant relUf. The greatest old. stand. with.. full. stock. : of, fresh.. ..( p;. 't.
' ;After the death of Mr. Olsston, his.oats cure for Sprains Rheumatism; Contracted publishers by mail l, post paldtpn. liver regulator. A positive cure .. 1 .',< ' '" = Jjo "" '
I .'. declined to assist'or contribute Muscles .and' ill piln*:-and ceipt af price.L'w. J.;'Sear :re-r!' for'ConstipationDvP la. M..larla.1 .FANCY AND,; .FAMILY GROCERIESt. :' ,: .1 h,

h .,Ibward expenses. of the proP -\'j". then within the reach of All. 'iPrJce 25o, Superintendent of. Public Instruction"* Cbllls and all liver complaints. 'Mr. i ... t> and::1'8I eot.lul1'eoUcl' share of the.public'patrona + .
Trerr' Urge one! thei orlaloalplan....* 50e 1100.' C.-R.* Smith'Tenant; Tex ....,,. :"\ ', i. ,>,', ,,M," ,- -r C-, ot Emory!: Texas, writes:' "My. w Free delivery to All .part .of; i,<
tlon 1300 acres' ,' had been Increased write: 1 bave used Ball ard',',Snow ''H.. Htoo4 t..T.. 28 '' wife ha.* been using Herblne! for;;, herself .Lb. oit.1.. ; : "r t'' ,
Years 'T'.
' i 40 meal thousands of acre,. Liniment tn my family for year and ; J and'children for five years. .'Isa .- U ( -.1. .
n The mill.was not sold as'' junk-tO butRwM have found U a fine, remedy" formal The old;orljf1nal'I'Oeove''T.stele'uChlit , sure-care constipation and' ma- 1 11'- i :C'OLL E Q: LLI R> : <>'!

in perfect running' t.h"'. a4klpaolly pain and aches.' I recommenfli for 1'0nlcsYou know what you are laria fever:which Is substantiated,, by, ,. > .. ..If(
of.360 tons of cane, pains In the chest. So14 ,,by. ,Robersen's taking- It Is Iron ahd qulntee'', (In .a what U 'has ,done tot"D1f"f.mU'4';' ' ', .. .. "..,,, - '." .' .:1' '.4"1(.

,.. 000 *er*'.per' ..season when, old' .;. Pb&I'1D&O' '. fy " v t .ties, form;. .'1'3 cure, no p.v,Wo ; ,-""ov a_ '..b1'Bobr I1;.Pharmwy(: . ..... .. .
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'J much hesitation to L real :and so look PREDICTS FOOD FAMINE.

Ibis way; to express Ms displeasure'' and

ATTER ,.:. i withdraw hi. claims' Itfwas' a crushIng Mayor of San Francisco Creates 8ur.

; expvtfcuce ben: It was a buiull .lnoings in Florida
prl*' .in Statement
,That Supplies
luting; one.. She would not see Hillary;

she wouftJ- ot see any on.?. She paced Are 'f'.r Short oY Needs. 1 1y 1/

her room by day and tooted up/n her ,

ber ILLIONS.z bed: by night. If tile boll { her A Ban Francisco . . .
rag special Bays, : A y y y y y y y y -

z heart gave such n lenn that she coul-J f""lInl'akln to consternation was cre- ,. i''
Returns.James .
not recover from the shock for minutes, died at the meeting of the general; Railroad Building |In Western Florida Strohbar Voluntarily who was ,

and If by any chance a I letter catua eli, municipal commute ( ,, when Notwithstanding( the fact that there Jsoble Strohbar !
givw; quite ill between-the time fie) baa beed treed from the tower in 'AUI\nta.wben,
considerable 'pessimism regarding -
Submits stated
TBJ Anna Katharine Green,J <*."'.* ?l:J..1>ir.ot"k-: | saw' It in the servant's linnds.imd the faced Mayor'a ,shortage, In the that food the supply city the construction of new lines Governor; Terrell of! Georgia declined Q

I moment reached her own. honor the requisition papers from
N4 .et/a1.Nr. i..., .,. NS.tSV..NN1N-. e0 .., It had been, the popular belief and Jt ji,all!: West Florida! work upon returned
:tnd. as has been said, the clock wa several : Governor Eroward has voluntarily ,
P : that of officials that lines Is proceeding rapidly.
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; verging toward 0 on n Friday ntgbtlThough city, \ to Gainesville\ to stand trial..
CIUPTEU' XXXVI.ATTHE 1 to Impart to yon, thdtf1 will, I think, Jenny linn forbidden<< her maid, .through tha generous 'aid of the 'Dititlon This' la especially true of the line Strohbar who was formerly agent

!: JlEC'JtI'TJo"I I excuse my presence, both in your eyes Clalrftto. to llflug lier,any card 'which : had teen placed'" In a'1I0.1t0J\ running from Chipley: southt to St. of the Atlantic Coast Line railroad at i- t

and in those of ;your amiable hostess. bas not the name of Hamilton IYegrawupon obove want for'a.long"tlm.e.t'to' come; ...4ndrew'a'bllwhich Is slow completedfor wanted ,on' 'the I
Miss bouse Gainesville and is !
.Asplnwsll's In Jhe city The woman who hal dressed your It, the Ilrllll standing 'in tbe floor- and tile mayor's declaration come In about ten or "twelve miles south several thousand

'Was' aa sumptuous". HIM Rogers' was hair for the' last three mouths II dcnd. way with an on'ber the nature of a painful surprise.; Mayor -; tt Chipley with the grade finished for charge; of embezzling .

plaint: On this afternoon. It was more You Bee, this Is tbe second HOle have lips and n'smiill'silver' tiny>> her hand, Schrnlte Informed the, general'cos.1rnittee considerable distance in addition.H dollars ot funds of tbe'r.llroad.
,thAn sumptuous' ; It was a fairy-laud of had a harbinger. of good new to: an which Jenny can faintly Bee gleam-, that from Information in \is expected that-rain* will be.running Before his departure-from. Atlanta,
:exotica and Lowering shrubs. In a you." lug: a while lilt of pastebonl. She triesto through to the bay country "'Intbo SUbhbar wlrcd the sheriff of Alacbua
possession appeared that car
,room above, amid crowd o{ richly- ."Good newsy she'faintly repeated IiexnTnVMit she springs toward the 700 course of the next three or four county of his coming

dressed women stood Minn Rogers' with "Yes. Did fbu not know"bo' tbl glrrTnelzc* thC'Card, give it one look loads of food and supplies of various' months, as a' large force of men Is Governor Terrell's refusal! to, honor

an undecided look on her downcast. woman wad, I havebeen told you nnd becomes In uh' Instant another description had been distributed since on" the requisition was based on the following .
employe the .work and the
face. She did not seem ready to advance greatly feared the Portugue.e--,." woirfan. T I the morning the' earthquake on promoters cUuse of the extradition con, ,
and.mingle :with the crowd that ( ( Clnlrett' April 18 end the Southern Pacific are anxious that the line be
A waiter: with a .tray full of lees There n'a poullnr'laok on bet"een"th3 United' States and
a ,was descending to pay,Ita rellpeet'l to pushed his way at this Instant '<]Irectl:? face, rtj liesHnncy in' her manner but. tiltS Santa Ie and other transportation completed tt the earliest date' possi! vention

'the hotteM. She ,fl1ltered- And an- between them. When ho had passed Jenny Rogers;' oillil"rrell neither.! Slie linen had Infoi'motion of only 103 cam ble. Great Britain: or to
wered absently those who felt they The Apalochlcola'Northern Is bullJ- "?4c. person I Miss Roger was gone and the detec w'Si'J"1the' sir! fiom tho room then o ,J. 1e way
yr, had the liberty to address her and tine, astonished and not a little chagrined calls her back; to any; : "If," said the mayor ''this Information lug. rapidly towards Apalachicola and either of the highcoutracting parties ,,

only moved on at last when the pressure looked about him. for some' minutes "Remember, I receive no other cnllcr is correct. and I have no reasonto SU Josephs }Jai, and It. Is expectedthat : shall be triable or be tried for any to

of tbe crowd became unbearable before he saw her' again. Then to-night and send' her fo"ith-again Inbaste. doubt II mill bo -J the lice (will-,be In"operation -AS. crime or tffenee! committed prior

Arriving In the ball, she hesitated be perceived that she had thrown off .' The young Heiress don IIH ex we soon won the far as Apnlachlcola b"o Ti6 Umo during his extradition other than the offense
oft than we were a week ago.It
still. There were a few gentlemen!; the long cloak that had seemed so, qullltrobr of purest rose. 81ie': I* information the coming summer of- 'fall. It Is understood for which he was surrendered, until

landing on tbe staircase and *beeemed out of place\:hi."tnlr brilliant t throng, happy, but she does not mean Hint lie has gone abroad through to be the intention of the he shall have had nn opportunity} ot

/ 'to hove a dread of gentlemen, and stood, beaming and beautiful.) near shall be happy too. No, she will\ Rive the country that we are ,amply sup of thU line to eventually returning; to the country from "which
and to ebrlnlc whenever she aw the a piano where sorno ono was Just beginning hIm coldness' for eoltlii"miopldon, ; plied., It is most unfortunate, for It Is "

bead of one turn, in ,her direction. to play. for simpleton, and pride for pride.; Rut apparent that we, are nolo" develop St. Joseph's Bny and a. town he was surrendered.

Withdrawing >herself, with seine'dle- Hilary saw her, too, at this minute she' will look so beautiful and hide 111'joy Chairman Phelan of the committee has already been laid out- on the -,

;culty from ,thlt thron 'by which she and asked herself what her wonderful u'lder"ych; an airy; veil> that be-will on finance, sUIII.Jementlnl'ltbe remarksof [bores: of the bay. The owners of The St, Johns River Terminal corn

was hemmed In,, abe slipped Into a look meant; for while Jenny Rogers' never go away nsrnln. nor lenvc hen ns the mayor, said ho had as yet received the line control practically all of that pan-', composed of the Southern rail

little alcove containing a email,table eyes burned steadily In one direction. before to eat out her heart in pride find no reply to his telegram to section! of the country, which Is rich way i, and the Georgia Southern and Ao:

on which waa a' pitcher of Ice-water It wa acquiring a purpose the determination desolation. Secretary of War Taft asking what In lumber and which will for a. number Florida railway, have commenced: .'.,,

and rome.''glasses. '&. ahe moved to of which Hilary could Bee When she entered> the parlor a tall 'the relief committee might expect out : of years furnish largo quantities work on their $150,000 improvements ';,,;

SI come out again abe heard,. aomeonfl but not explain. And,abe felt that It flsure""omergcd! from lichjnd, the curtain of the fund of $2,600,000' appropriatedby of naval itores. it Is the general understanding In Jacksonville A largo freight Blur ,

V remark that Degraw 'was to sail that needed explanation, acd left her place of a window Slip advanced with absence of that this line will eventually Lion la to be frtcteil on East Baystreet
and In the
i night for Rome,, where he Intended toRt n downcast look: but her cheeks were congress, i iblock
to join her ;young friend, and succeeded as.umo thatthis connect with some big trunk line wnlch will extend the entire
14 such reply, continued to ,
a atndlo.,, suffused with. blushes He forward
up In doing, this just a* Miss Rogera8ald; came of will In 1
and that the harbor ) St. Joseph and will be two .stories
Everything was black,before ker for; and on she slowly looked Into his would .be available.
low tones, to Iho person at the of
principal feet
be made O fof the ports filejto be 400 ,
a moment.' 'He had faith In lwr. height, A loner
r i no face/ she saw that he wns her benefactor
She looked down on her velvet gown "I will 'sing 'Robert, tol 'quo J'alme.! from Cleveland, and not her artist WOULD HANG REV. &HERMAN.: the gulf coast The old town of St. long and CO feet -.01 do will 'be built I l

and All waa forgotten, even Miss AsplnwaU. thoroughly astonished lover, Hamilton Degraw. Joseph whio! was a city of consider and a. perfect network of tracks..Is

Hilary, but the fact that ho wa* going took Jenny by the hand asking Ills manol'r' willi almost as agitatedas March of Son of General Over Historic able Importance fifty or sixty years to he'laid In the >'ards. A new coalIng A

,way and that. tbe earth was empty what did she Intend to do. Jenny" replied hers. He took her Imnd and bowed' Route Angora Veterans. ogo, was the terminus of the first railroad station with a capacity of 4,000 i

for her.: that she was going to sing. Intones .I over it with an air such/ an slip had A Savannah dispatch says: The ever built In Florida, and one of tons ig being fleeted nt Tallt-i.rund, f

She worked her way,to a certain lit that convinced Hilary that there never seen' In him before, and when she march of Rev. Father 'Sherman, son of the oldest lines. in the United States, six miles from the city proper and

"tle dressing room were! Hilary\ kept was something deeper that caprice behind I had composed) herself -sufficiently to General; Sherman, over the route hU and It Is still possible to follow the U ,OOO In being expended In laying additional

her dresses. Choosing the one most her action.. awaken to the'duties of a hostess and father took on his famous "marchto old grade. The town was abandoned trucks In the Springfield r. i

1 like the discarded one at home, the "It 1'1'11be' a noble kindness on your offer him -a seat he took it with n lingering the Bea" has provoked a great deal by those who survived an epidemic transfer yards y' ;'t
put It on., Then she went' out and part If you will" sold she "but you look at her youthful loveliness along In the forties and at the present -

.turned her ;Btcpa' again toward the look so excited and you tremble so, that set her heart beating with new ot adverse comment by the confederate time only ancient and vine covered -
fears and n'w'bonel, veterans. That the Florida. sponge production
possibly for tier
'UlWd. moving toward the stair A* make
/ you inc'feel that there Is some mark the spot where' It ex.l.teeL
'she did so abe' felt her shoulder thing' at stake .which I do not under faith In her recreant lover was; broken Captain U 'G. Young,- president of ruins la being depleted! very rapidly with

touched: A band reached through the stand." and a violent resentment bad taken Its the local Confederate Veterans' Association ." the. Inevitable result that the American

_: mass and thrust a roll of paper Into "There Is place. said: A number of other lines are projected sponge supply will noon be gone,
Hilary whole life'
; my the gulf coast! ,
ber hand. Frightened abe knew not happiness Hamilton Degraw Is here She broke the embarrassing: silence. "1 cannot imagine what possible i from. tho Interior to was testified to by Dr Hugh M.

-';>rhy,' she unrolled the paper and rend he loves me, and told me If I returned; She said that she bad often wished to good such a visit can do, but it may but work upon; tbe actual construction Smith cf the United: States fish commission y
't with staring and hair rising OIL thank him for the great benefits lie bad of the roadbed has not yet been be hf
eyes his love to wear a' cloth dress today.I .do considerable harm In awakening Wiikhington a few days ago

her forehead, afew mygterlous'words.; have on the dress; I 'am ready to beaned J'pon her. but did not like to the memories of one of the most brutal gun. before a special subcommittee of the
Merciful heaven! Whit did they menu? stand by what It means; but bo will not His Il marches ever, made. 3hre certainly house committee on merchant marine
'Where did they come from How didthey. answ'r'lIta.-tIed ber. ) spoke to Meet In Florida.
iook this way. I wore a velvet one about her .Is nothing to be proud of In Bankers and fisheries lie favored the bills to t
position being
come here IlrcolUag for a sec changed by .The Bankers' Associationhas '
when l came and perhaps he'saw me circumstances Sherman's marching with a large army Florida prevent aliens from taking sponges! In
unsuspected and following
from the bend of toe stair-
.{cose abe dashed toward that part of then, or saw the cloak with which I at the Impulses of hut heart he offered through a country undefended and\ a:.uptlfied: the Atlanta ClearingHouse American waters and to prohibit: the
: first telegraph of
tried bide by
,the house Into which a messenger' such to tbe change I had her his limit] without any of tbe i ,then to report to his government that' Assertion use o( diving! apparatus Inlp n&o
made; and now nothing can make him acceptance of the invitation to meetIn
las ahe Imagined herself to have seen conditions as those be made upon a ha had destroyed more than its gathering.
/glance awoy from the man he .Is conversing Atlanta June 11th and 1Mb on
,'.-irould be 'likely to disappear. She former dccaslon. -much 'property as was necessary for -
_ with; and presently he will go,- He noticed alltonlll1\mmt.\ welch the Georgia Bankers' As-
aoinbt./sbe inquired, and fond,' Dot support of his Sherman did dates
andhls : army. Since the Business\ Men's League of
going means an endless *cpar/K The
1 In
one )(-J1er own molds, -but the Jolly.UttlevTVench .- do'not wonder nt your surprise"said this without voclatlon will also be '
;( Mod for us, for, Hilary: be has epPCft'f1palllage jut cause. St. Augustine .gave notice that: It .
be. "You of will therefore Join
who had taken her ask. and rightly: wliat two associations
la the Ktrurla, and-she shit'stonight "Then again, the -government can would like Information on good road o
; could have such of bankers
"r4rea occurred tonake an Interstate'conventlon ,'
'a. place that day. In an
know." *- 'scarcely understand the temper of our material the committee has
you amt building ,
-( '"Did bring this* abe asked. action this on my part pardonable. and subjects of Interest and 'importance -
; you Jllsa, AsplnwaU uttered a low people, since it Js deemed necessary had number of fine of
"Tea1 r cry I will tell you In word...AfteJJ11): re- financiers of both states a specimens
to !
>" mademoiselle/ :. No one heard 1C not even, Jenny, for turn Cleveland. file -IIIW-qr for the. ton of Sherman .to have a'guard'as'Lo 'clay' and marl-submitted for Inspection. -
"And who made 'ou-wl : .friend '
o .
discussed.tfiWftrst ,
_ ) gate the Impetuous girl was full of her own under whose invitation visited -Mr.; advances through" .the wl\l.:the :i .. Some of the samples. live promIse ' 4
.i .for ma-your employer, June 11th. each association
.: .. day ,
Madame'-?" '- ., was. 'saying, "passionately JDelancy's death, lied, came to see me, country Notwithstanding all that has will hold' Its own sessions, of being very'durabiet\hd' satisfactory '.

''**Oul, madmolfrile;,who else I assure : and asked If I had determined upon the been done, he would1 find himself. conventions and no doubt theWJe ltgue. will
the two
"My voice will be 12th
a surprise'to him button; June
woman who was to InBeMrthaf gentle'man' safe in this section as la any othor
:you I carried It quite joyfully.'and where decide to make some expedients. It
He must turn and then If be 'm'merge into the joint affair
\ goesaway fortune. '
I him
told that I hind '
section of the
only '
had country.
I &
; regret to 'Interrupt ....." discussions of the 'subject iriu is evident that excellent ate rial In }
mademoiselle's pleasure=" whereupon he putsome very plainquestions General 8 F. B. OHIespie, a the
prominent unlimited
quantities can-be' secured In
She finished with a gesture. ijlarygave which will be had. The Florida\
elicited answers that tual Interest
'" But mademoiselle had turned her member of the Grand of
: / her one look.' It was that of encouragement undoubtedly betrayed my interest la Army bankers will be the*guests of the Atlanta convenient locations: whenever' It. Is ?
; back. ((Q f. the RepuHlc, said: "It U outrageous.
,, and the next minute for and needed.
I' you he smiled as he said: Clearing House Association,
The Portuguese she .mormurt<1.< If the reverend wauls to see. the
Jenny "u standing by tbe piano and
'Then It will not be a trial for yon elaborately entertained.The -
>t'! "the Portuguese! And she' grew quite tbe first liquid tones of tbe fine Instrument to fulfill 1ft."D'lanc'lIla8t request ground over which his father went, will be Active fcteps have been taken In

'\ white and stole away: Into Hilary's had burst forth why does'nt he get a carriage I can't -
_.'. 'And what I III that? I asked one. of the most JcHctonvllla! for the organization ot
week was
.?dressing room for a second time, -andmechanically When In an Instant later this trained ''That you should rnnrry the girl see how tho government came to furnish put business the battery of field artillery to replace I
took down:A large silk: productive weeks la the cigar
singer's melodious and "
exquisitely cultivated you thought worthto enjoy this for an escort tho disbanded
; Wilson
j cloak that she wrapped about her thus voice at Key West for many, years. All of battery. ,
broke out with a force tune. "
Dtxon's opinion !
Acting Mayor *.nt
A committee has been appointed
t hiding her and making/ of her working with full to )
gown and fervor It had never displayed even "Miss Rogers, I have never the factories were
expressedmy to this
more: : vcrk up interest In the formation ota ,k
< appearance a mystery which might the
In the was among
the old output
happy and ambitious days feeling to either in their forces, and '
you '
depthor I'd havo ;
"If It were left to me ;1A
.. and might not ,be penetrated '-by a with her singing-masters, not a head rltencybut you con imagine how millions '.rb. shipments for the wet if new battery among' the G !rman-
'watchful lot. Thus enshroud- him caugnt and hung before he reached l'erlc.nItlz. (>n. of Jacksonville.This ,
ra ,
eye. '
but responded to the call, and she I was affected' if you remember the for New York and Western points
,-*T: **.'abe descended into the room won with Savannah.4PRECAUTIONS of conufjttee will be assisted In every .'.4
_ v r sew, a rushing sense of joy which! stand I took at the !critical moment amounted to 470 cases. Several ,

derlng would he see what her non-com- nearly,, stopped her voice that he not before tthe signing of the dped. I fh cigar farms which bad sent their way possible by Major J. Oum- .
mlttal costume meant T was only saw her but Luehedavith an unexpected 'rl.ked'tllat which it wa* my happinessto TAKEN'IN PARIS. Ic6ds to the shipping office, upon blnger though his efforts wily be put :

lilac Asplnwall. meantime, ,. rapture which made, all her possess, and all for an Instinct of bearlug ot the terrible dl.aster..t forth'as a private citizen and 'not In
l .
f awaiting :her friend's tardy approach future assured. Thinking/ of him.. and honor Which these words prov,. to'havt' May./ Day Disturbances Anticipated by withdrew their ahlo- his official capacity as major .commanding '.

i' .with .secret impatience., Contrary, only of him she went on. 'filling the been'founded upon a mistake 'I the Authorities.The San Francisco Mallory, LJne for Galv$s- <; the artillery corps. )Ir. Degraw's suggestions she had meats\ by the
great rooms with melody such as they would have vented my despair upon eve of May 1 found the authorities -
not been taken Into Miss Roger*' eoiifl.dence had never' heard before and nOYt'r,'Will the lawyer but be answered me that Ht Paris concluding 'prepira.tioDI ton to be .ft.rwarded to California For -

," and. knew aotblngof the?|mjjiortance again, doing/ for love what abe had Mr. Delaney had breathed this wish In of .unprecedented magnitude to some weeks' the factories have been The jury at Tampa acquitted Dr.

_ of the hour to the'two hearts with Increased forces until Hiram J. ,Hampton of the ._. ..
failed to do. for ambition, and 'wakening private and requested that it should! guard the city against violence. As a working charge ot .'

dearest to her. Tet0sUe- felt vaguely in more hearts than one there an not be made known to me till I hnd final measure of warning, a large tbe/ were working their limit of manslaughter In causing the deatb ct "

a uneasy, face especially, afters ahe J sawJenny's enthusiasm never to tbe forgotten In made my decision Though I have number of arrests were made Monday, hands, and the orders are still coming Mrs. J. W. Evans of near Tbouiasvllla.Ga. .

wondering I'lanceabe; and could not noticed prevent that a the presence of any other singer.W.hen never been far from you, I resisted my \principally of organizers of tbe Con- ; I In, which will make the summera ., by careless surgical operation. l

stillness came,. an irresistible impulses to tbe extent of not showing prosperous one. The case was on trial nearly twinweeka.
her one'of federation of. Labor imperialist sympathizers -
friend wa wrapped In her
cry broke out but she did not hear It. myself in till
*" your presence time and This was the second trial,
own cloak: She was" looking for 'llr. Degraw.. to Inquiry have assnred.tnc that my conclusions charged with fomenting oi"- W.: ID.a'
Winn the first having resulted conviction
While seated at his desk -
"I hue had an accident-spilled lem orders, and anarchist of various: degrees ,
advance. And he did She saw him were groundless and that ..
your. associate editor of QalnesvllloDally and .sentence! of five years In the
nade'or'.omethlDl/ all over the front .burst from every detaining band and bend I* quite free." of prominence. Ashley 1

of my' dress" wtrtspered. Jenny,'a< she come forward with his heart burning She looked up In fine s.corn and her Sun was found dead. His head ellltentlU'r

observed this' look and her friend' his when 'blared with. '- was reclining and tha position ot hi* j
on. lips; what Is It that makes eye more than her od DOCTORS AFTER: GRAND JURY
9e wonder aDd astonishment.-' "i him stop suddenly and a* If held back fire.\ -. hand,' tightly clinching pencil, Indicated The most successful strawberry

There was. not time for more; a dozen I' by a force he cannot resist T She cannot "Quite tree" ,she echoed, and with County Physicians! Demand That by a partially finished' Item, season of years has about cloned at

.t ladle were1' behind her. Miss Rogers see; she only realizes that he.doe* tbe word she seemed to cast some Charges Against Them Be Probed. that he had died faithfully at his pot Starke. The yield has been large and

'passed on. but she felt'her heart) wnaccountably not come'that he gives her a look thing away, from b4tb4twal ot-duty. Deceased was about 56 years
very Dr. IDterard Richardson and Dr. I. prices good. The' town Is now la the
lightened. Bhe. always
which seem to promise something precious. &ce He 'was a native of Eaton
of condlUott'lD
\\, Hart of Atlanta, county physicians most prosperous Its his .
dld.wbea'ab.'looked, III.UDarr.. . .'pure. bathe does not come,'.and at last"' the. He saw/ the gesture and seemed to Rapids Mich., and'bad been associated I
face. .those Immediate, Discharge for neglect: tory.In a business as well as moral&ToWtb
perceives him''melt away ",'t''" 't the comprehend It A softer look crept. Into with The Sun for the past two years.
'She then BOucht'out where 'ot duty WAS recommended by the! Fulton .
crowd' and vanish In the dire 'nnW his face acd he took Mace!! nearer her -

{ .she would not be tooVisible, but;,where the door;'which finally open unit shuts side. county grand jury; havt..pE tloneil -Y California !
OC"ernur C. Pardeeof
r she 'could herself see the person near about upon him:leaving her with 'her gloryandberjrlef . "No heart is 'without Its burden," the board of county 'Commissioners to, ) 'wired George the CallforntK.*.. Relief Three silts, for (25.-000; each, have l
her: So finding a vacant spot a said be. "1 love you none tbe less grant them' an Immediate trial. been
turned that .-.,, Jacksonville\ forward filed In tho United
ber'f.ce of
she) court's
lofty palm. slowlytoward Committee
youf cheek, Is '
N not quite
as round, nor ensacula
alP against the Adcock
benefit of the
the crowd and at lastventured funds raised for the
CHAPTER XXXV your eyes quite as brilliant a* of old. Stremboll Resumes Activity. ,all
to JJft her eye.' He wts.there.. She 1. Will you let that love be your Advices from Messina state that the 'sufferers'of San Francisco and the her. company of Allle. The complaint
''aw- him;but'ho was not' looking her A,'IV.. Of TBS WHK1X. forte It I neighboring; towns and cities to the lu the cases allege the personal Injuryof
fervent MJ of
Rogers and after
tolcaco of etromboli. a period '
:war* Nor did be look bee way, though Three d..a .went 'by( three slow- it I* very deep and sincere It. has 1. resuming activity .
beat ybole soul summoned him through. footed miserable day. and another never been frittered .' relief committee.C. .
away on another
:. .her eageiF glance.r' .< evening was'Bearing it's waning, and and 'It 'will know'no'change.,, I'. love, .Wig smoke and solid material.. ,t- .' #
:While ahe waa Btanding In her place no ring at.Miss Rogers' house bell had tbose t
nowwhom t loved in The fishing schooner 'Bailie Stern
of the Washington ,
t/ ; formerly ,
H. Walton
:. 'absorbedIn'her, own reflections con ,7et.'nDouncecl the artist nor bad and BANQUET. TENDERED BARR. '
never lose
i,,, earning I|! him, a bAnd was pnsliedacsdnst tb..poat.broD&ht. her any message to have once"' affection."r;which* I .---... office of the"Western Union owned by, the Warren Fish company at ,.

;' 1ier'.O'IYDJUla: would not be relieve her anxiety or explain his neg "To fte continued.,. e, :On' !Retirement. 'from .Seaboard Pro Telegraph company, has been :appointed Rensacolaluu been seised at,Progrea.* .

t' 4sBled. ft, was a very flue and courtlyc'jttntUirtm's lect. 'The ,,only, comfort ,she ,had received ld.noy.-Many1"': Uftcl.I.;-..Present.; : company's of. so by; the Mexican government The

hand.: fete noted that bcfisWe was that which came with the Nickel coins atmpatto': hose (used ,President James M. Banot the Seaboard mana effofthti ,
Bnl\had :>: .his I ''Tampa In place ot Mr. PelUcer owners of the Stearns 'wired the,American ..
taken face. Wheu discovery ,that the name of IlamlitonDegrnw.ha4 In Belgium Germany and the United'' Air Un.,'was 'a guest of honor, ,flc*,'In ,

iBVsWI $e,tarneicarlet. ItwnrStr' net appeared among tbe States t are shortly to be 'Introduced in at a farewell banquet at the Uontlcel-. 'who' : 'ha a. been promoted 'to ,the : consul,. Progresso and have advised .'

., .*teo4.jcror with 'hcrt'UBd: ;bet list of'cabin.* passengers sa111ng' In'theKtrnria. Fran e; The, value of;the coin 'will betweatfa !leo',hotel la Norfolk, Va.,, on the ava position' ot cashier::at the Jacksonville, the' state department through r
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... Tremblingly' ,Moves Upon ,:ZIon City, : \ WOMEN) :WHO. SUFFER
Breaches .in-Tabernacle: and Calls $ I, "to, *

Atlanta ,Woman \Who Slevy'Sister '., for Accusers to' Face Him.. : Charges That ,Uncle Sam 'Violates : Texa3Viped' Cut I FJtOM

Found ".N lot t GuiH/.'". '. ,IT'Standing unsteadily- and with great: Eight-Hour; Law .. By a Cyconow ': r -, Sick Headache

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.... a. effort! before an audience of 2,500 per w .

afternoon, John Alexander : owle.hl <

_., . voice strained to its utmost capacity,, "'*' It
Pooildent Had Calledfor" Specific.lions ..' *
his if weTa Besides the.KIII.d, 'Mny! Parsons Ara
charged traducers
Sensational ...
Chapter of the Most and These Given by La- -.f 1
Are '
Tragedy Ever Enacted In present to, rise to their feet and make Seriously Hurt; -Majority to. 1
'their accusations before the. congregation. .. bor Leader-"Names,:, ,However Citizens Safe '
Atlanta-.Soma Features. of Sought Refuge
The followers of Vollva, the new Are Withheld '' In Storm '
4 the leader In Zion City's affairs, however; .... ... Pits. HCRBI
.... attending a7 AAviaahliizton special Chiiirg-, r
defendant wore At that] moment revival : says: '
'We, the jury, find the A tornado which swept ( rougl
the viol'atlonsof
reached mooting set for same hour tug grlovouo and frequent' '
not guilty:! was, the verdict
e' 11I';..''than ten minutes In the case at the Zion College building', a quarter Ihv eight-hour law by contractors! Bellevue! Texas,' 'Thursday d8/itrOY-

of Mrs.- Wille Standlfer. who was of a- mll ''"dllltlUlt. There five in charge ot government>> work; "nn-1 ed everything in its path and as a

-"_tried In the_ criminal 'branch, of the thousan4 of the city's inhabitants. wore refusal on the part of the responsible result practically the' entire town la For Permanent Relief '-

,i superior court In ,Atlanta Friday foi gathered' together with the famous officials to take the necesSary, tep4' amass; of tiling only three buildings, HEXBINK acts directly on the Lint It will.cure CONSTIFA-' '
'_ the killing of her slater 'MJsa Chapel] choir, now divested' of ecclesiastical for,the enforcement of the law, Sam now standing, at least eleven personsare TION. DYSrCrSIA, MALARIA AND CHILLS. Is 'entirely free '
Whlsenant on :March 9 last. garb and the Zion band and orches eel Qompors, president of< the'JI1er dead and a number are, injured from all poisonous mineral substances, and is composed solely of
'alienee .tra. "jThoBo who listened to the words; ices Federation of Labor 5. written The tornado was followed by LOT-GIVING HIRBS. Especially' adapted for weak and weary,,
In a fire
verdict was given
of Dowlo,were for the most part visitors an open letter to President Roosevetlpresenting which consumed' the constitutions; strengthens the weakened glands and organs; it checks" .
,, The ctlllnesi wreckage.
t that was oppressive. '
all derangements of the human body
( f In charges: and specifications.
from'other towns
the ol brought toy This report was lent from the
so Intense' that breathing, top '
p was the hundreds by the electric cars and President,, Roosevelt's letter asking of 'pole mUe"trom CURED HER SICK HEADACHE
the people In the packed court room telephone" a Belle
railroad trains throughout the foranoon. for specifications Is cited, as are several '
Mrs. Joel. Cameron Aveans,Temp1s,
audible. Thefe would probably v'te. 'but it was as close as a wire
was outburst of i It ; For over .an'hour the crowd, letters of acknowledgment o! could be bad. The town ot Bella- Texas writes: "1fnJUZanINRgtveeme! quick
have been an applause IK the tabernacle waited for the ap- complaints aud promises or..peodyottentlon' relief and take pleasure in recommending it to all,
Judge Roan bad not commanded that pearanoe.of the'venerable fake "first written by the secretary to vue consisted of over 200 houses. women who suffer from sick: hTS'l.THit' .** -

there should be'no' demonstration! no Apostle." President lx>eb. one In 1903 and another Among those 'wbo"are' known to "wIT W4 TNt PXAQt.OT :AIL .
matter what the' verdict waa. He have been killed are; R.- 'I* Russell
called to the sheriff to stop tho jury, Immediately In front ot'tbe platform In 1904: 'Despite the complaints wife'and' four' children, A IX Card,. filly Cents A Bottle Amid All Substitute
;, and In the choir loft wore prob then made on behalf of organized .la
it was about to. file Into the court Tom Mount, W, W. Cell, candidate lot
Gompers declares that
ably 150 cf the faithful. Dowle wee her Mr. Bollard Snow Liniment Co.
room, and said: county treasurer of Clay county.,Two ,
ease where violation
borne bodily by two stalwart negro Is not a single a '
t "There must be no demonstration,, members of the Gray family. Seriously -
attendants to an ante-room up the of -eight-hour law has been rectified St. Louis, u 5. A.
the verdict In this case'maybe. injured! Two daughters of "ii. TB.
whatever stairs to the platform and deposited 1 by. the officers of the. .government . -
This is' a'court: room and I Instruct 'Smith of Bowie, upon his feet before the elaborp.teprayer ,
the deputies to arrest the pal and seven members of his family two ..
asserts'- that case RECOMMENDED BY
altar tie was attired In at "Mr. Gompers In. aoa.o.ANI
makes demonstration of whom have Blade! died; Mrs. MoGraw. -
whd a
: vloiaUo'Qof
person tie tact -cf the
apostolic robe of white and gold aI\d after case
That was why the 'Verdict was received purple which ho had never worn before . the law has been admitted by both For ,Sale .at ROBERSON'S ,DRUG STORE. b
such silence The whole business section of ,the
In deep wee officials and heads "of the departments '
.. in public. Upon his head 1 minor
The women who sat near the prisoner all to Induce town and'all stocks. of merchandise>> .
a turban ot marvelous pattern em but efforts '
her sisters and friends dropped to insist were desao 'ed.
broidered Inpurple and gold. He de the heads Of departments '
In their hands. and weptMrs. Tbe tornado) was e.mile wide and
their faces tailed. -
pt' livered his address and sermon'seated upon the law telng obeyed have. KISSIMMEEBOOTES.
about her like travoled the earth for distance .
Standlfer looked before the altar. ""An evaatre reply was invariably r. over a .
child and clasped and unclasped ot eight miles; leveling everything In
a frightened Only occasionally: when roused tc celved, and It was found Impossible
t;'; her fingers 'nervously. Its path, ruining crops and destroyingall
an unseal pitch ot earnestness did he to secure any further attention to.th4'I
f The last chapter In one of the most rise to his feet Mrs. Dowle who hat I matter" declares Mr Oo'mpers. "Some farm houses! and barns on the way. :ElITE

pathetic tragedies that ever occurred rf-Douncedher. allegiance to the Vol i times the officials would state that This section la thlckjy settled, and it .

In Atlanta had ended. A poor frail iva faction sat in a wicker chair the department mode It a rule not to will be some time before there are .
woman upon whont death Is about to among Dowle'a followers In the con Interfere with contractors no matter complete reports of the dead. STEAMER LILLIE STEAMER HOSEADA ,

set Its seal in "consumption's; ghastly cregatlon. He prefaced his 'sermon - bow many hours they required the The fact that so* few was killed is Captain,Clay: Johnson, Sr. Captain Clay) Johnson" .. fp!:

," form," had been arraigned at tho bar by a spirited denial of the chargeR men to work. The most usual} form accounted for by. the fact that practically Regular veekly trips to Basslnger s-d return. Roseada leaves KIssls-'

of Justice for slaying her own sister thnt. have been brought against of reply was to categorically style every house was equipped witha tee Tuesday morning, and arrives fjsslmmee Friday evening. '

Her plea, was that she was so goadedto him In the course of which he exhibited government work as being of the 'MXtiaordinary storm cellar and tie people) ran Special Charter Trips to Lake Okeec'obee and Fort.Myers: on Uw Ulll"*- ,;

desperation by a heartless husband, much of the fiery impatience: emergency character" to them as. soon as they saw the tornado Comfortable accommodation for passengers. Rates reasonable.'

who had found in her young sister a of hid discourses! in the past These excuses Mr; Gompers styles approaching. Those who had The most picturesque.Waterway In Florida. '1

victim for his faithlessness, that she "They bay I"ve aken-the people' flimsy and evasive. He calls attentionto no storm cellars or who could not For Passenger and Freight Rates apply to '

i became no madly Insane that she slew money do they?" he shouted. Answer the "terms of the law "which provides reach them were the ones who suf CLAY JOHNSON.. Bn'I'rov.'tetor.:. ,', 1
I her slater to save her from dishonor, of "yes" and "no" came from differ, that those Intrusted with the fered. 'Last winter many lives were On board "UUle Zlesimm.e'Jis' ''!'

and to protect herself and little child ont parts of the audience., A man It supervision of government work shad lost In the same., neighborhood. by a ,

from the social 'ruin that must fol: the rear more persistent than others,, neither require nor permit any viola tornado.

b low. was singled out by Dowle. tlons thereof., Conservative estimates place the HORTH'.KIISIM'M.I&' PHONE'NQ L'' ,
1 The jury washout nine and a halt Pointing his finger at this man,, The names of complainants are loss between |15 ,000( and 1115.000"The ... > 44C.

minutes when they announced that Dowse continued: "Let that man stan-.l t withheld from the copy of Mr. Gom Inhabitants of the town are not '

they were ready with a verdict. 'The up and give hi. name." ('Let him tell pers' letter.,which Is to appear in the only homeless, but without food or
foreman handed the slip of paper to what money I took and when." coming Issue of the' American Federation raiment and utterly destitute, all theirPDBBesslons > W. GRIFFIN

the clerk of the court, who took It and With all eyes focused 'on- him the !st, but they have been sent the' being swept away. Relief .

read: man shrunk Into his seat A guard president in confidence,. The presi, Is being hastened. to, them from

"We the Jury, and the defendant was ordered to compel him to stand, dent's order that"government employee neighboring towns.

.t not guilty." but he stood In shamefaced silence. may only present, petitions or ,complaints 'I' I Fancy Family Groceries

'The story had all been told.' and Then It was that DowSe rose to his through heads of their,depart ,GIFTTO ,COLORED' SCHOOL., .
Mrs. Standifer left the court room feet and demanded that any of those men l.1s given as the reason for not -.

with het slaters and lady friends A present who had, anything to (:barge directly,lnvolvlng the men who have Carnegie Announces Donation of $12,
free woman 'la the eyes of the law;; against him do so then and there. made complaint to labor'organizations."Experience. 500 to Morris Brown College. PRESH.MEATSe

and doubtless In the sight ,of that With tears In hid eyes, .he described ." says Mr. Dpmpers, Vhas Andrew Carnegie has just announced ,

God to whom she appealed' In' the last the sorrow he felt upon receiving the shown that men In the employ of the the gift of $U.IOO' to the Morris Delivery everyday. at any'hour;, patronage-,aoUcHedl.
wade'.J' statement to the ,Jury. news while In Mexico of the revolt government\ either directly- or indirectly Brown College, a.negro: Institution in . I"" "

t At one time while'Mr.Ve..,.l1ore- among his 'people. He declared that are apt to be dismttsed If they Atlanta, thla sum to -go' toward the
land, thewoman's attorney, was speaking he could not sleep until be had learned publicly complain the. violation )t erection of an Industrial building and ' ;"
to the Jury, Mrs.' Standiter fainted the worst and that his cup of grief the'law in the conditions of their employment ' Is made conditional upon the Institution

and her sisters had tQ revive her has. full when he found that his wits This la doubly true since also., raising $12,500, the combined NNN NN NNN N .-"

''S>y throwing water T-i her face. and son had deserted him. the Issuance of your order' that government sum to be put Into the erection .

Two startling features marked the Then he paid a tribute to Mr. employees may otjly present of the building..

trial. Ouo was ''Mrs. Stand Iter's plea DoWle. "My wife has some noble qualities petitions or complaints ''through the ,The college was founded In 1881 "City Bakery

'ot deluslonury, insanity-,and the other ," he- said. "She was mmled and heads of their departments.- by the negroes of. Georgia. The students -

'war the'mling out by Judge Roan often Imposed upon.' They used her until In one case cited the contractors there, about' 1,000; ( 1n all represent

; .J letter from Standlfer to Miss they were; through with :her and then admitted working the men ten boors 28 states and come from Africa, ,FRESH BREAD PIES .

"Whlsonant which w
D at the trial of 8tandif on upon me which be ought not to have charge reported the case to be one known' as one of the most Influential AND CAKE : : :

a charge of immorality. ; the testimony dcfae but he too, wa deceived." ot: extraordinary emergency. "Some- negro Institutions In the, south. .
elso of O. W. galley night watchman bow! ," says Mr. Gompers, In commenting : Peel --
Currants Citron :
at the American! Can do., end '..hatef STROH BAR"GOES :TO FLORIDA. on this case ,"It did not occur to SMALL BOYS CAUSE TRAGEDY. it! Raisins, ;
James Pllbro, the negro hackman, the government officials that they If ij( Olives Sweet Pickles ,. ;

who swore at the preliminary hearing Former Agent of Coast Line Voluntarily the work was of such a .- requiring Row Between Them Taken Op by 'll' :'Sour Picklesnixed Pickles;

that he- had taken Standlfer and Courts Another Trial.J. -more than eight hours a' day Older Relatives with Fatal'Result. I .

the girl to a questionable' resort on N. Strohbar. the former agent olth6 double or triple shifts, each shift . As the result of a wrangle between 4 ", LUNCH.GOODS. a '
Collins, street on the night before tile Atlantic Coast Line at Gainesville, working eight hours could be employ two boys at 24 Berean avenue Atlanta ii ? 4 t

.. .tragedy; was ruled out Fla., who was acquitted In Atlanta of >d, thus observing the'terms of that Thursday night, the older brother \ ,, Candy, Figs, Dates.Fresh .

the charge of misusing the funds of law, and fully meeting any emergency of one ot the boys. Whiter Shurley. U' Paeans Peanuts.

Dry Dock Dewey In Sue Canal the railroad company and who lateV i which might arise." killed the father of the other .one, J; Walnuts, ;

The United States dry dock Dewey won out In an extradition hearing M. Thompson. AGENT WHITE STAR LAUNDRY. ,
on her way to the Phllipines jn. tow before Governor Terrell left Atlanta Under Thirty-One Indictments. Thompson attacked Qhurley. 'it u

entered: tho Sues canal Friday. Sunday tilght, of his own acocrd'for The grand Jury at Chicago returned seems; striking him first with his fist, N "N- 4

'Y Gainesville Fla., where he will face thirty-one Indictments against John and then- using his knife. Shurley immediately
W More Troops for 'Frisco. whatever -charges are made against A. 'Cooke, former clerk of the circuit drew his knife and cut the SHOT AMONG THE MINISTERS
''The department has decided to him. court The'charges !embrace forgery,
war other man frightfully about the lungs -- -- .
send General Greeley a.t Ban Francisco All along Strohbar had acid.that It conspiracy, embezzlement of publlo causing death Iff' about two minutes. There was a church trial In -this silently'sneaked forward 'into'. 'this'room'and

the '2,500. troops. he has asked given his liberty he would go back to moneys'-And withholding of public rec Both men were 24 Berean J\io1'C\ not maify days ago, a case where one of the post daring knelt1"v,
ords. .csndal the door his .eyes glued to' the
for. Florida voluntarily. the- /and Its history were kept by
avenue teautlfully smothered'and'where the crack, his ears.extended: to their great,
I I "vultures of the press," as one agedminister eat length. The others grouped beside ,,
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I QOLU MUST WEAR ATRIPES.Blgelows COLLEGE BOYS MAV.TRIKE TO FIGHT LIQUOR DEALERS. ;.FAVOR TIL MAN'S BILL called tlem' were baffled from and behind,..Aim. and waited for,him

Alpha to Omega.,.and from A to Izcard. to' live out such Information as- .,'his' '
Cashier don Join Him To Reeent Dlemleaal of Other Students from Centrlb- verdictwas cot ot vantage might .secure.Among k ,
May American Express Company to Ask To Prevent Corporations : The trial came :oft; and ths ; -
'In Penitentiary. . for Hazing. Aid of Mississippi. utlng to Campaign Funds. deferred for a month'or two... the'crowd was one ypuflg;
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v Henry C. Ooll former assistant Because 'they were adjudged guilty The senate committee on privilegesand nan who ,didnt particularlycare' -:
for the American Express much for the-'trlal What happened
An attorney So
of of hating the' freshman class, seven whether'any paper got anything< or Cj;|
', cashier of the First National Mississippi Is to call elections by unanimous vote au during the first session thereof "
r i Milwaukee,. was found guilty by '-.. seniors one junior andtwo sophomores'of the company, general of Mississippito thorised .Senator Foraker'to'\ reportfavorabltthe : Is what concerns this. story. not, In fact,. he would far rather have'scored ,
attorney ,
this' case
on blank for particular
LaFayette college at Easton, a
in the United States Tlllman bill to prohibit '
-Ii jury suspendedby help'the company fight the whole Numerous reporters came to the and thus have gained some other and!;
thir Pa have been Indefinitely
out'of ,
:ti court on nineteen counts and ordered to leaveown. sale liquor houses In the" courts, when Insurance and other corporations from trial--and got nothing which Is' the more pleasing assignment from' bis ti..
the faculty
}.. ty-four. they-.enter suit to compel the Ameri- contributing to campaign funds. The reason no newspaper printed more city editor. This young' mao'eocStat,.:
,.'l'be verdict was reached by1 the Jury scan to carry"" cash on 1 delivery' liquor bill was amended by a sub-committee than a casual mention ,of the case. ed for one moment and then quick as '.
;, after a session lasting eight hours, Members of the upper class have shipments, the company having given and made to apply to corporations of When i the eager scribes: gathered at l some huge cat; gave the kneeling spy
and was arrived at about 2 o'clock banded themselves to resist the suspension notice that it will discontinue, this all kinds and to all elections for presidential the church they were' reeelved',,with at the d.oor a tremendous shore ..
Sunday morning and presented to the>> and have requested the faculty business ,on'July. 1. and vice presidential electors, great courtesy, and'.pies 'with,the information The kneeling 'victim'shot straight' '

court at 11 a. m. The amount of to reconsider their action. In the The wholesale houses have announced for legislatures when 'United' States .that the i proceedings (were through the, suddenly opening doors, -;,

;, money which loll was alleged to" have event of a refusal it Is believed a that'the matter. to be'.taken .to senators are to be 'ehOlMlJl, 'and for, strictly, secret, 'I'beT.were then herded landing on bands and knees :far oat! ;

'g:;: misapplied was about 250000. strike will resultMETHODISTS the federal' courts to compel the ex- representatives In congress. Into an anteroom and told that they In the auditorium. "reported",?

t 4. would: bee.g1Ten-yRlittte!. } Information who had beten leaning, against, HJs'r
t. URGED TO .AID.ineral '1 later,' -' .TV -' ,,*. "'I. doors fell headlong :against,51.* :.,
CHARGED MAP OF BURNED W.oNEN IN, CONFERENCE. the boys upon'his."stoofr-.:
PERJURY, 18, ; ? Gathered In this anteroom bringing up squarely
., Appeal Made for Relief of'Frisco' r tIn 'chatted laughed and formulated Imaginary ach. Two others .unsbte:..,to, regain
Against 'Ironirer'Prsslant of .WashIngton - l Sufferers.; 7 <>, Friseo: < easers; ,453 City. Blocks Mom" Mission Board of MethodlatCharch narratives. This soon palled upon their-balance.'sat down heavily la" to*
:. Ulfe'insurance; Co.' The board of missions of the? Methodist 'Destroyed-4Qooo HOu... 'Gone. 'M.. In Ashevllle them and they began to figure outsome'mthod doorway. The remaULx of tbe :
Wotoan'sdlcme' :Mission .of getting 'at Mast an fled OIIt'aaao
} 'madly
closed Tbe' \ scrambling ,
: pre.ldent of !: Church South, in San -
:Jr. Episcopal Francisco

William Brewer; / A map J published ( 'CIa.
Methodist Episcopal Inkling of the doings.Tear > -,- street,. leaving 'the, fallen '
board 'of. '.the.
Insurance Ctx, Its tae 8lOD In' Nashville;,, Tenn., Fri! '
Life ; district
tie Washington, shows anarea"covering assemble
I of the burned Church. Bouth. ORened aJftn days' conference ; anteroom was behind another ceive the wratn of the i
the grand The report' the' condition of *
was Indicted for perjury by lay' 4SS city blocks. 111 o1"which'srwsouth la Aahevllle;, N. C.; Thursday anteroom.'.and this roomla turn wasseparatedfromtheauditoriumof liters:;, , j "ti '
at New 'Tork Saturday.. the foreign>> missions showecl'.PProp1.: welT to..
lust as
i Jury. ot Mrketatreet-and delegates front every the It might be
charge grows,out.of'.a report lions amounting1 $353,000.( D1&hC"YSth and .of '.....
The of silence
double the kind, Tell
S42 at the north end. It ts estimated ,.state;;attendance.The openingi0fslOTrwa church: : by a IIIE, door '
the'state superintendent. of Insurance An appeal 'will be made to:aU M'ethodS.t".aDmmantUes.fO ) I ."""!
to subsequent .
mail* halves |p
,*fealur.d ty addresses of of door where. youpushboth
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'that destroyed '
vY la, IMS .regarding, I the condl-: !' funds to reUevo't neighborhood the buildings, ot J and thereto and emerge Inthe; middle/ ,"The' boys .t Journal.i''k.," '7">>'r p ,It ake
; onynil the company. e.suffering',at ,Ban Francisco: 'jMOOO.f "welcome responses I >' ,*: : . .
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.T"-"ON." t4- To the Voters of Ooceola County,

"lIWII'h"' 'Ivaa y PDT AIn .i I herebJ' tneoune. m1i.ndldate far Rep,..
lit' Valley tiaictt HnliaixgKI / cnlatlv In the. latrlnlatur*from thU county *ubjpcita .

....[ .Mb.wOWO1tIi: .: A t" t'NTrL4 and auk th.the lupportnf approaching til.Democratic elt.I.....of W.prlmarlo at- mty.Mr .. S mmerOoods

-. PIS. dltGt--a PrclllriI--; duUe. will not permit an aeUv, campalicn, and
W: ft. MAP .
,., the chntnt of tint bfur lh el.Uonrdl plvV
{ nt ITM from seeing all Ui* people ronally. I [
*>te* 1t>.-. wilt pi**** DoUf1' eos11Nat fast daanlr rratcf fur tho: auuranvM of_supportI
fall to get th.peper..eclarly.A11oommanlo.tlon.. bar rw lv.d, and tract that you will f l that. 1 .
are worthy to b* honor i with the nomination.N.

,. ., rxoept; from our author O. BKY AN. .. .
''ted oorresponden., mnt b. slflicd by the --:.. .
, For Representative. .. ,
'4 matter wlU tot be returned ouleiMalli '
,t l for.tutm ._ . I .hnbjr announce mrlf a* a candidate. for .. : \ ,
nomination for p.-ntat.l.W tie| les6.latur. 1 ,t
d at the Fmnofnoa l. Klulmmec, 71.. Oaeaolalrountslubiwt to lh* action of th* .. '
i ,V,as._D4..Ie..mall mlot.... approaching Onnocratla primary. If .leted. I I, . s' -1 I,
plodir me bt.ffort.ln behalf of in* popl of .. : .' ,
8UBSCR11TION BATES.Oo : thiioountr.from : I .r. : '_ ..

*copy,ODe year .......... .......11.11On ) Arthur E. Donnaan.For . RefrigeratorsFreezers .. '.
op j. nix mouth., ?,\......,, . Op*OCI"".thr.. mouths...... "" .'..,.>. 'j J5 Tax.Colle t r. .. -: . ,. "
To tin voter*of Oceania OountYi! ,n-. .. ., I ,., ,,.,.' r. '. ) 'I'' ,.1' J
#4"r Friday, May 4, 1006.' and I am__a_candidate trullr solicit for.h.your office support of TJC In Collector th. ap.proachlns1 . -':". . 4. ',. rt'i,',.'q"4".!'"(';". ',", ".(1""'",, ;.''NSYr/" ,,0"1''I'f"; ; .'; 4.'j i",< '..p;.1\ 'f"1?;" "I) :; ., .,. :,, .

__ primari .* I ,
!i t_- C. t., Bandy, ;.. .: .. : ., : '. : .
Tomorrow U the last day for pajlnjr For County Treannrer., I' ..
;' poll taxes In order to qualify and vote ( '
'" -"
To th* voter of Oieaola countytI '
In the primary. hereby announce myself a candidate for reelection
1 : to th*.office of County Traanuror, subject .
The orange uroves un bhliitfleCreelf, to th.action, of the Democratic' prlmarira. Coolers .
Of which there are quit a number..Ure. .. _J. R. Gilbert S..- :-4 : .S' "
all sbowlnft their 1ct t olnJl'. The tree : ; ." STANFORD ,"
For Commissioner. .
County ..,.iI ,
all look thrifty and healihy and thground. e _. ; I
U In of cultlvar'il I hereby announce m".1f acimdldateforCnuntCommliuluner / "
state -
!; a blJlb. from th.Third Ulntrlct to. be voted ' '. .'
ton.. _' '.... .for at th. primary. ;.. I ; "'f" ..: _______ !i1,
4 .. J. D.ft .,....'L...nh_ .. t

:Mr. J., A. Lancaster announces hU For Co..rtY Commissioner;. Canopies .. .. .:,. ..' : v.CARSON i:
candidacy for the ttfloeof\ Supervisor '
of In this. Issue ot the f myself' candidate for... '\, '.' ," . ., ;
nefrlfttratlon ,
County Commissioner' for district No. 1. subject. \ ., ;. } ;t.
I Valley Gazette. Mr Lancaster''' .. the Democratic primary to. be hold May 16th. .
fully competent to011 this office and WALTK, BAM SL If.;- t
;. ,ha no oppoatUoo. He should receivea For Hammocks . 't
Tax Collector. '
_ large vole., "
hereby announce myself a candidate for th :
office of Tao Gilloctor of.Qsceols county subject GRAVE .
The subject of organizing a town' or- to the action of the Demoo atic primary: to be hold :
1 cbetaru." being discussed by Home. of May 15th. : : :

our local musicians, and It I. prot>a. H. N. BRATTON. .. Baseball Go ,

isle that a meeting of all the rmmlcnlly For Tax Assessor.! ,
inclined-will called at an early day Thanking the people for put favor. I hereby, ds''uARDWARt COMPANY! .
I to.devise ways and mean for perfectIng announce myself' a candidate for re-eliction: to : I
such an organisation. The Idea the office of Tax' Assessor of Osceoa) county; subject "
to the action of the Democratic Primary. If- II
_, la good/ one and should such a step elected. IpledgI *a.faithful discharge.of my dutiesto -
be taken, the citizens of the town I ...h.__pi.. _.J. L. OVltR8T."ICT.: -- - -- ,

should lend U every encouragement. For County Commissioner, Baby Carriages -
Nothing adds more to the charm of
y entertainment., either. public or At solicitation of my many friends.' I hereby _
any .
announce myself a candidate for the office of .
s; private, than good music and Kinslm- bounty Commissioner from DistrictNo.8,and soldi .
i mee ha plenty of raw material for the Bupport of th.Democratic voter of O- ,

either good orchestra brass band, ,. cola-- county.. ________ W. A." TIIOMAS.ror .. "

'01' both, wnlcn only needs a little County Commissioner .
and to '''bring forth BIG LlNE' f.
training practice .
I am a candidate for the office of County Commissioner
w' 'the latent harmony. Since the above fnmi District No. 4. and would respectfully . .
was put In type a meeting has been solicit the support of th* Democratic voters \
called for next :Monday' night' at the of the county. at the approaching. .primaries.W. R. GODWIN.. ,
;; Council Chamber .
l For.County Commissioner.To Harness and Saddles

Hon. K. Hudson Burr, candidate for th.Voter of Osceola County,
%3'' l'alhoad commissioner, says that he >Atthosollcit.tbnof my friend I hereby announce .. !
s :baa unmasked a grafter- and he expose myself a candidate for the office of County _
Commissioner for the Fifth District subject to the
him to the public without mercy.W Democratic primary to be hold on 1908. .
.A. Bryau,' of Chiplej,' member of I pledge myself to administer: I the. :r.IJ.: : ,said .... . ,
- 'A
: the last Legislature from Washington office in a fair" and impartial manner to the beet of '. -
abut, ,. ,
my Respectfully.
county and candidate for re election, J. H. WALKER.
:, _._
being of a thrifty turn of. mind put - --:--,1

'r himself. communication with Mr, For County Commissioner.! ", I +++++++++++ -++ ltNM1AN1M1 """" ---" NM1.11N 1M+a
Burr and Informed him that for the : .
r trifling stipendiary emolument of 9100 of I County hereby Commissioner announce. my,candidacy to represent for District, the office No. ;;; i O. A. CARSON, Pr.ldnt. N. C. BRYAN $ H
to bun paid he would take charge of t. subject to th.action of the Democratic. primary.I The
Mr Ilurr'scandidacy In Wanhinirtnn respectfully solicit the support o|th* Democratic Z' 3 E ,
oourty, and In order Impress Mr. voter of Osceula" county.JNO.1L BRONBON; -

Burr that It was a good thing and be '
had/better hurry up, on the idea of For County Commissioner. I : I r Waters & : Carson co:1:

{ flrtt come first served, he said In his I hereby announce myself a candidate for County tic 1. Restaurant! | Grocery
; letter, "wHte'me at. once as others am' Commissioner for DlstNo.. t. subject to the actionof
,wautingtbe help are "asking for.;' the pemocratie primary If elected I plodna 't __ 1_ ,
you Waolewl.ai4R.t.llMd.rsie
.ltb'uIurmanoe of th*duties of the areoe. ( -;- ---- +-
Mr. Burr "took the hide off1'' In bit H.MANN. ; +f, I lI I. '
reply to this, denouncing Rev,' Bryan II THOROUGHLY RENOVATED. ; GIROCEI S
: ,;a. grafter who deserved exposure' : For School Board, I : IE I "

tJ< and cave t the whole correspondence to 'I hereby announce myself. a candidate for Member i NEW MANAGEMENT.
'", 'I"eIlacola.JO\Jrnal; for publication."JJr'o.Bryan of the' School Board from District No. .. subject I j jI

"d upMA: him l to now show has that the the floor Scripture and Its ...the action of-,the-Democratic-W,.,..W. CHANDLER.for primary. c: -H- ; l'I' i 111 COLNTY AGENTS row J.V i "

which his tells ua his the laborer and li worthy hU of CountyCommissioner! I We serve the best meals. i "nA \; t
hire fits I
case saves. Dont be Cross i. Fertilizers i. :
toateonyLlve Democrat.. Ii. I hereby' announce myself candidate for Clean ,;cmifortable::1 I beds ; I Celebrated. I '
_ County Commissioner fromDistrict No. 2; and re- .. ,: 'i ',
apeetf ully solicit the support of th. Democratic IT when) 1Elegantt, : ser.lce.f careful}' / .:GIlA1N 0.T C.Clrealsrs .
rrrirrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr+rw Voter of the aoon..,,. "- '"" cooking, you get ,_ .. > . ..
.. ; *"- r- -:! "" 'r'P il/o < .
: <<: a4 PrW.
i I '' h Co S. ACREI.L'!: ;' attention IS givenlto allTheidtial 1 1 r I
J;> ' 'r' ' '"" 'i'a\ V It Ii ; ': Fumlobcd \ ;: .
"t'IW; f">. pour) l results. may 1j* '* '\ '''' o. Appliestlee.Cou.x ;'
'. '! : -4'1\W' .. ," .I
', At the Osceola_ High, School.i'yVH i For'Member of School Board l home for travel-l ? 't-!! /1
To.....'- .of Osceola foul .
a eou ntyt not beyour fault Reasonable
and tourists. -
+ : .. I hereby announce myself a candidate for Memobar era :I: 'i .
-4, +...+fw.l.+ww.s+f... of the Board of Public Instruction for District. rates. Come and '. IJt
t No. .. and if elected. I pledge a faithful and im the fault of the ingredients -. :H IDE S FURS WOOL, :
-First Grade! The pupils are'\ work'ing partial administration. of the. duties of said office.WALSEY investigate. ..1.1i

very-bard as most of them hope. to '. ,' SIMMONS. you )have used. '
paNs / -." 7";;i I try: :Produce: :
For Supervisor of Registration. a. Specialty.:
/Third Grade.. The' third trade( is BUY YOUR I = t .I ; ,
Indlga&Dt because one or; two of Its This I* to Inform the cotes of o. eo.. bounty W. ---S ;T" : :Proprietor. : : i \ ;
I candidate '
am a Supervinof tivN -
pupils persist In being tardy thus k gl.tiationard OJoi.i, the su,. +' I --aAMN1aYr :

keening It from getting' the banner' port of the. Democratio voter at the appmachinerprimary o.> us and you will find ++++++++++++++++++++++++++ : - --"----. ..--, - - -- ,- ,- - -.- .. ,- ... .-- I hie
fourth Grade Tho'A"class .I..A. LANCASTER.For
1a RODe through' the arltbnaetlo and are T 1"T;- everything absolutely ATLANTIC COAST LINE gt.

lo review it -. .. BARBER SHOP.WILL I
now preparing thoroughly.Fifth : CITY
: 1 l Grade. This class la at. .work'in fresh pure and satisfactory '1'f

Sixth diogrammlng.Grade 'This grade has been Railroad 'Commissioner lu the end OlIYTON..Barber.: THE THROUGH. dAR LINE FROM FLORIDA. ' ,

;writing' the rules of syntax: from mem- it cheaper to buy "_ _______
or* this week aod a great Improvement Now Open for Business 00NNJ
is noted in their work. *" really Groceries. :
Old Stand. -- -- - -
Seventh Grade This class Vlll . j In Patrick's I To E.S't'j--{ Over ito own Rails .to-Savannah.- ' Charleston-i :
t soon finish up tbs physiology.fclUH I
SCHOOL.: "' ..HOGAN. & FLOYD.: 'NEW CHAIR] theALL II Richmond-and Washington, thence Via Pennsylvania -:'' t
l 'First"Year' Thta class Is studying A. NEW Azorls I R,IL .. Railway.----- -_._-,-- -_._ ,,,

'the powers of congress and the chiefexecutive S'WestTo (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville
: of the U.' S.. .
I '
Second Year. This, class Is ex !raying and "Dixie Flyer Route" Via Atlanta. 4

i Via Savannah & Oi. '
in Steamship
t.remeI1Intet't'.ted tbe analysis of ...Satisfaction Guaranteed... East \r 'r \\ *" Company, for
_ 'towers.They have analyzed fifteen New York, Philadelphia and Boston: via Norfolk
i" and have them neatly mounted and OR NO .PAY.oooooooocqcct the! Steamer to New York Washington and Baltimore !
!drawn In their herbariums." Heavy and light hauling via Savannah and .Merchans and Miners. Transpor. r

Third; Year'l'hI., class Ital about T.J.APPLEYARDthat of all kinds done on short >ooe<>ot:>o< Via Steamship. tation. Co., for Baltimore and Philadelphia. .
'-- '
fiaUtiod up the experimental: work In r -
notice and at reasonable West :
physics, for tb.-year. See mark ticket Key and/ Via Peninsular & Occidental 1 Steamship
Fouitn Year: This class. is'prepar- you your prices. W.LVanDuzor&Co. ?ec

h 'log fur the final examination In chemistry .. like.thou 'r' "
,. AGENT .ORTA""DA'JLPtL .. __ Route nr the erlebrated.: tret".. New York k Florida Special. Florida and West .; ;tea
Comn lsslooeniVowfoctw -- -Jr -
MOSIO DEPARTMENT.! fat BsflriHrt > !: CO. : = = = r rrBROKERS: Llmtted Chh"1I0" Florida LlmiW, and Dlzle Flyer. "

-* The teacher has begun to count the *.. .. ... Quickest Schedules Superior Service. as' '

Dumber. of mistakes ma at each less x.T J.APPtEYARD.____ _.. PHONB.,3, C.' 0., TINL j .. . 1, ..-: : -. _' ,
:ado This I la the
't making pupils more For. .ID form* Ion as to rsle sctiednlcs;..te.,consult the !>ut"1. Folder or rommnnjcit wlt'j';
careful and lo their
+ accurate practice. 'ESTATEAND ' *
is Makes the Weak Strong.A REAL J.0.KIdKLAw.I.DGatlG.1amseugTramMag.. :'
Everybody pleased..wltb the Wllmlnrtou. S. C. "l'.4

__ P ;splendid electric lights that have been run down condition of the nervous INSURANCE -.. -- --- -. -, - - -- ..
-- -" -
put .to the auditorium They are much BVRtein thoroughly render log defective -

>safer thso the-kerosene,' lamps and the, energies ot the' mucus, /gland J and 8- <

keep the bouseicooler.Letter venal and nerve structure, U why- ao ,----.- -- W. -. B. MAKINSON COMPANYAGENTS
'TC'tIa' many people have various diseases.llatr .
to G., F.Parker.KlbSIMMEE Low Hate to Chuttaaooga; <{&rd'i peolfto.Ta.blet. rectify' all

4 PL*. and ReturnOa these deflcienolet aDd assures rood, FOR SALE !
; eaount f till__thorn! *..tIet Convention :.t
buoyant health. They ab FOR
Dear Sir! t( It ,took 14, gallons to are an o- ;,
th. Atlantic O.-t Uiv Railroad .wfl Mil ticket. lute specieo for Indigestion
'1tatpt '1o r house 1a.t., with somebody, tochau.nos.a and. ntun lot mw fan.9lua.te. Bladder troubles Lost Vitality Kidneyand Trucking lots. . . . .25.00 each ,

else's paint, and taker'; with Devoe. _to; far..... round trip.. TlckoU\ oa *... Max and all k.ndred dUeaues, They never, 2'J2'acre. with small. bouse. ,$175. 0CoUage,3 Florida Fertilizer Manufacturing'Company} /i iOF
Ith.Kb and lot* with Anal limit ton day from ,
L :w j. >" a you*8 or .tlO; fore painting fall vo benrOU. Send for book of par hall .
date of ml., Final limit to June 5th can be had tlcuUrs. Price per box 60o. If room. and 1350.00
IL" costtwortbreo; times'" a* much as by poBltlna-U>)at..... paying f** of. 66 oMita. druggist/ cannot supply you they'will your 2 orange\ groves, 'and bouse. ,t ."200.00 QAINKSVILLK. FLA 'I ," IMakers ,: J
w, ;patnh'y nor vrthr information apply <.. ticket asset be sent prepaid upon receipt'or prtce.Addre. I. ,

t :_'. II., Eire RathmelV". :'Wllllamsport, or.. writ*' J. KIRXLAND.. ;"" ..,'Hari'ard ,Specific', Co.. At; J.1VI. WILLSON JR. ; of GradeFertilizersi ;

P., always used 11 Rations of''mixed Division Fn. ie.Aftnt ,..._ Ma.v laota, O*.. {' f High, .. : . 1'W'
oh 1 :. ,\ '
q painter; for= his hodsej'.Devoe ,took 6. "* X*** Lore '.
: 1.
Kinds. : *
All _
.Out tbat Isn't all that'. o-ily Britr >>
; ; l yourbaby? You wonder why Jjrl >,' Always, Remember the. Full .Name .: .-,
: : .t jDostJ;how beg will li wear? s. Buy a bottle of White's Cream -

f,; Tfcj* paint,'tbapgoes. furtherlnoover: Vermifuge and h.' will never cry, Orange Treed' ?Fertilizers. 'a ,.Sp iD1ty"! '

:. ....?'IJ\fet.1 Mears'iw best too.. Most bttbles, have, 'wonns-'and' ,lielOot.b.r Laxative Bromo QuinineC
don't know 11JobWolc
'1. i 'M1 pa1et true paint.,. fu11-meaiure. ; rids the child'Wblt.t'lre8ID'Vf'rmlfujle of , ", "

U '; 11...'',Ida; part, paint false, ,.ors and cleans out Its system .In aoleasaot ' : ) Neatly.,and Promptly Executed at; 'This Office i ';*

'_fd p as.measure,:,:are'po' th t 'way., Every: mother'. should) a k>M in One Day gri iD.'two. *' ., *i
'. kr: ..riliatitloaexpeallt IMp a bottleof this medlcln: .in' Use ; : '"
( \ '" 'lOU... With IK fear need never enterJMr.ulodY ; .
,r. ,t: 11 'Xbdrstrall: rlo.1IIc.< 'Sold by. :Bobs 1 They are'gcocl" for bor.'tUGWb.\J; \ If yon want to keep posted 'on local
: ,. \. .-t.t ;JrW.DeYoeA"Cc' ,. .. ; arsons. Pbarmaclr. ' ' .t6. Old a.eeRapml! Wt. iod general Dews, read tbe Gazette*
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Ttt 6 Kjsslnmee I Valieu Gazette I, All'kinds of picture moulding. ,..t.ThomJIIVa. Lades! white t lines suits at Ksts*.. I .
' -' 1
", ..- ; _* ; New; lloe of moulding*.at Fountain's."Belles .
T TKLBPHONB NO. ,.. New line o'f'lt.raw bat.I 'read, for It*
L pectloo-at Kalss. of Black: tIl. at the 'Auditorium NobbyLine SHIRTS .

'j' 'fUBLlSHKl:.> BVRBYBY KK1DAY. tonight. .
Call arid ties bur rood and. ask for
All .
Kanuer A'Uo. kind of picture framed to 'onder .'
t' W. B. HA..e... .price at,Thompson's.Buy ,
J ; Mr. H.H. FettewajOf Ixjugbraan '
dry good at Dann's new
business here Mon
was transacting
Official Weather Report. '. stock to, select from.
p A"..... TearskArve._W"n a.rna.s day. '
Taos.DAY EvsH.... Mat .. IWM. New Hoe of W..bab1e'Skfrtl and Nice line of picture moulding and : are Invited
Silk Waists just arrived at Kanner &: mats just al'r "ed. J., W. Thompson.Lt. .

I ..... 11111. Refa;.; Co.'. CoL *W. E. Cadman. of N.... : .... '

.. 1.11.'Inds Misses Mamie Sturkey, Ruth Little ooossee spent the day In town yester ':
I -- -- : : .
avd Grace Jolly visited. Orf.odo'lanS.t.urda1. day. . .an'd' :, I. ;( ,.
,.......... .. ffT t7l to call!
l ...tard.,......,.,. IIIJ ,71.ondaf. i .Special bargain In straw hat are I", > ..' Q/ s :
.. ... ... lIlY ..
+ . 11II'1I0Dda We have a complete line of shoe offered' at Dana's get prices before .'.;
M .. ... IIIJ lea\ ,' "
;y '.. Toellda, ,.......e.,. \III 11II for men, women and children. Kan-. purchasing' : : : 09

1 70 ner & Co': Kanne'r &, Co. the leaders In low ,
thnr.4av....... 110 70 .
I / CoU''P.' A Vans Agnew. returned prices, are getting In new summer Inspect . :
.J ;
' '. A; 1'1 ..P80N. P. M. from: professional trip. to Miami on 1 goods exgcyAayv, .'

Munday morning. .
'r" Mrs.'Annie L. Cannon formerly of "

.:, i Our rates for Insertion of sdvertlsement.amongthe Ladles, If ;you reed a nice summer Klsslmmee but. now of Philadelphia, ... '

r'eadlngmatter on. shirtwaist, we have a complete, \.tne.I is visiting iu town this week.. Cleutt's '
.' ,this page I II tmn'cents per line each.. insertion. Agents for Coat Shirt
I Kid ner and .Co. : ,
.- Mrs.. J, P. Fox left Tuesday night ; ...- "
S *,'** ; -- I have moved my'''' carpenter shop for Baltimore to spend a few week. ,>, ;*

......... to the Stanford. Carson Grave Hdw. after which she will join her husbandat

Ot1+000t10000000gd Qo' C.-H. Foun."la'.1. Bainbrldae: Ga. : ,-
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and Mr J.* C. ..Orlfflo of and Mrs. Bender have arrived ) I
Mr. Mr. ".1 1
h' THE LOCAL FIELD.bcooooooooooooocoooooooc: Orl ando.i were In .town the. early part safely la Washington and are guestsOf WHERE YOU HIS GOODS ; :

. of the week ,visiting. relatives.. the Dewey .-not. Admiral Deebu. )'- I DANN'S 1 "
.. the LIKE Tb TRADE. SUIT :
'(i:,. Jos. 11. Jones: Esq, .of Orlando, Dewe1.IIot.el.The j (b,
spent a few hours here looking afwrprof.lopal ladle of the O. W, B. M. will I'

" t WadehheTuner, Orlando. tf business Saturday even. give an toe cream .fe. h&l. Saturday

log last. afternoonand, evening. Be sure and ; .

../ r,, Lace collar st,Kanner & Co' Capt. J. W. Collier and J. A, Anderson ; come. .' Mrs. W. J." arlug. , .. .

: i:' Fewer.. gallons; .wear*' !longer; Devoe after spending few days here )\'e"&I"8reque.te() by); Chalr an..T,. ; No Ring or Anti-Ring'at Whittier. e-V vrt'.wwara'.' %
t I(4' White Sta..Laundr1-ClTY BAKERY.Next wi.h their families, left Monday afternoon -, M.. 'Urphy to state that the polling
,J.I . for.Maalee county where they place for Precinct 1r. o. la the primary Well'$! r. Editor, the time \ts gettingnear

Monday' Is Rule Day. are engaged' In the naval stores busi will beasusualat, the council cham when the time for selecting our : ,

.f,'. ; See our 1111.'of new GO cent shirt at ness. ber. ; men by our vpte will be ber't I am. SPRING AND SUMMLR'
I to that ID section so far
proud our
'7 Kaus. Victor McCracken had. his leg badly Mr>>. H. C. Stanford, who has beenIn that everything say is quiet. and nice as it '

.. : Circuit court convenes here 'next mashed last week by a horse wblelihe poor health. for some time left I should be in all campaigns.. $ .
_' ., : was riding, falling\ upon It.. The Tuesday night for Atlanta to enter Onr candidates all of -
Monday. are gentlemen
kCle8 cap wa broken and he had to Pr. Ilobertson'. Sanalariumfor treat I GOODS.
and know what honest poll
judgment \,
shave hair-cut 'at the new crutches around He left I. .
( Try a or use to get Jqen Ics are.. No ring of anti-ring with
"I barber shop.Great for his home In Nebraska. ,
II! 'U. Sunday Mr., M. D Tindall has decided to us, we don't know what. they are. We -
k bargains In willow chairs' at NOTICED;;Notice 1 hereby given withdraw acandidale for member of are all Democrats down here and are -- ,

!,. '.rbomp oll'.. that all partle wLo fall to have their the School Board and his name '; 111tbt'refore' going to vote that ticket; ring or anti- .
\ /'\' made cattle Inspected before driving them not appear, 'on the official rIng will not get a vote at Whtttler-'lf\ ;,, Dry. Goods, Clot.1Jing..ShoC8: and Notions;"'

: Suits to measure. 910,00 up.. from DI.'. No. 4. will be handled! according ballot. we know them. 'W .have heard few .. .' , ,
; Call on O. M. Pearce.Mr.
,. .
to law. Ell 13ass, men passing through here say'some-
Capt. J. P. Fox left l last' night for '. .in EmllcriB Variety and at Very '
tend Mrs. Harman Steffee vis-. 4t. Inspector. thing like this: Ho ts on the ring aide
Orlando Bainbridge Ga to a' suine his new he Is the I.rln2 side rut. we S .'
lied Wednesday. or on a" ,
Since our last Issue .we have re duties a* Supervisor of the G. F. &: A. don't know what ,, '
down here
Smokojtey West Havana, the best ,ceived on our subscription list for the sly. H" has been succeeded' here by bu we know what. aide we are they on mean and $ 't Lowr1ee, ,. .
6c the market. Ban Francisco sufferers 42.0 from E. Williams
Cigar on air: of Tampa hat I II the rlght.side, and we are thereto "
'c1 LH and $1OO from A. K.
_. (500 worth of crockerr.for sale at Lesley making total of 101. We Dr. T. M. Rivers has. had his lot In stay.. Good mm are what we want ,
I; coitr. S. C. ,O. Udw. Co. a and fur the O'Neal &Oborne addition cleared and 1 don't think ;you will find them \
:' the hope to finish collecting up preparatory to building his new residence In the ring party And in the anti-ring
Regular monthly meeting of ward this amount tomorrow.
board and the work of constructionwill part,, If we finu one on our t.lekE'twe'UjUB H. C. STANFORD.
school next Monday.
.j Tbe.Osceol high school commencement begin Ina short. time. wipe him out for all lime to come. ,

r Mr. and Mrs. I E. U. DeBarger went ., which begins' on May -2f>th, will and vote for the bent'men we have out,
up to Orlando Wednesday. promises be an Interesting' event Miss Dupree repeat her. enter.talnment " and stop this old song about ring and THE.OftlGIIOTOR OP .LOW PRICES IN KISSIMMEE.! .
f this year. Five nights will be de- "The Belles of Blacttvllle anti-ring. A. C. BASS.
I .The carpenters in Orlando have gone voted'to the- exercisesand Prof. fit. the Auditorium this evening for the ., ,
w', on a strike for an eight hour day. !Smith: and his able corps of assistantsare purpose of raising funds to. defray the
working hard to have the\ pupils expenses of IheHtgh School I commencement. To Our Patrons .
. New line of u -w-dats straw hats ) I --- - -- W
f Just arrived at Kanner A Co'.. thoroughly drilled In their parts. We are advised b, the Aetna Liverpool "
. & London & (5 lobe Providence V
and At the council meeting last Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Butler,
Buy the Pennant Pants. We guarantee left night/ Dr. E. G. VLnsAgnewwaselect- Washington, Hartford, and Spring- 4
every pair. Kanner & Co.i' baby, of Narooossoe, yesterdayfor field FIre and Marine Insurance Com-
: ed CI..yra& for the en.ueingyear. 1\
f the
Daytona Beach to spend sum A"ii.or "
See line of samples before order Mr.; Butler who Is of the '; .' The: 1 decided tor discontinue panles.that whatever losses may have I C.A. CAIt5 N. JOHN M. Ls., N. CA.SO": ;
ray mer. one incurred by them through the ....... ........... ..
"S ? ing your two plepe.sji. O. M. Pearce. largest .and' most successful orange the night watchman ,for the >een I calamity. San 'Francisco appalling P. Vi. .. C.."....
f' summer.
"" *The commissioners will meet growers In- Osceola county expects will be honorably adjusted and
county '
u-- in regular monthly session next Mon 'also to make a trip to his old home In Mrs: M. n. Smith received a telegram iromptly paid and the record estab- State Bank of Kissittiitiee; ,,

i day. I England sometime during the summer. yesterday; morning conveying Jl bed a" Chicago, Boston and gBallt- I
'SS Mr. H. 11. of Lougbman he! Bad lnielligen.ce- that her fatherhad will remain unbroken. Kissimmee, Fla. '
.: Ii the I Petteway" more
The for
City Bakery agent .
White best in the was' JnIU.'ed' IQt.Q't.he. mysteries. of the died suddenly at his home In.Live ,Their large capitals asjKfill as i their ---

State. Slur'GSTindry rank of Page by Friendship Lodge Oak and left on. the morning rain reserves will remain Intact, with avery PAID CAPITAL.. ...... .,..: .. .... .. ,... 9 SOOOOOO0OOOOOO' .. n

Knights of Pythian on Wednesday for hat'II't' large surplus beyond; these Item 4TOCKHOLDBRS- LIABILITY;. .. ... ...... a. I
Phone 160 and get your bdttle"Tir eVl'nloJlla.t. Next Wednesday even Mrs. F. W. Hill and little daughter after paying: all their losse. ,

short notice. Free phone at Miller's log Mr. Pelteway will take the rank of Madeline, left, yesterday to 'spend the t You may congratulate yourselvesthat. DEPOSITORS- SecVRITTi00:: _' '" 000" 00 ..4i I: .
.stable.t squire on which occasion It. is hopeda summer In New,Y(),'k and New Jersey; ; )your insurance is written by .these. - '
large number of the member will be and' later" on,;, Mrs.' Hill expects to old and substantial. companies..' Prompt and Careful. Attesttlosi 'BIVSI to all'' matter* err, v.-

t guarantee every garment I sell to present.. 'visit England. Theywill return about. ThaDklnKlou for your business In trusted fo M.. Exchanges good. at: Ml pol ts) at cheapest:: .
fit and satisfaction.1 O. M. -
Rive Sa tember L... : for a continuance rate), ,
extend sincere thanks the p'jbllofor
Pearce. my to of> same I remain, YOUR Business ,SOLICITED. ,.
: the liberal patronage which hasDfcen Mr. and'Mrs.. E. S. Bender 'le"'la.tJa..urday .\ Yours truly, ,' I
Owing to our. limited'' space this accorded me while conductingthe ; Washington D. C.,where W.very L. VAN Jf .. 77AR.

,\ i work several valued commanlcatiousi business, and to solicit .a continuance they will spend acoupleof weeks after 18.-2t .' - :, ., '

x <_ .;t' are crowded... out.jjjWSfe. i #. fi iK'j'; fr of same for my successors. ''I which they will proceed farther north I . 'L' .: J ;. .. tJ'; ,,, "" -ilt
.: ..' .. | \ \ 11 ;, would also request. that all parties Indebted and the the \ '. r
spend ,summer' among Rev D: A.Dodge Heard"Mcl'M. =; t. : J
;!';'" :'New line of men'sshirt.-cuff*;;'attached to rne .make settlement at':, a* OreatLakes. .; ,.. .f.t. : .." .;'\ ; J 1' ". '2 , \
W: and detached-lustarrived'i at. . t ( ', .,; ,",, ' '
,. \ fWe early a. date as possible, as I wish "t.o ' OJ NI'J'r t JJ'i1 Katz has rece'lved'11Ie"Iol10wiDIE' '' | n
Kanner &. Co' wV'. V' '. Mr. O. W. Bass has purchased from
s close all .
up my llev. D. A. Doc1l1'e.wblcb ,
N. letter from I. / " .' ,, r/'
} Mr. M. Overstreer'theoldUrieand.Johnson 'f ;
regret. to learn that Mr. C. J, Miller explains Itself. Their 'man) II'> ,
Shingle """
Woodall has been quite stele. : for the "The steamer Success, wb'lcb has Creek, Consisting orange groves of twenty on acres of friends here will be deeply grieved to 0 'OSO'EOLA ,I' ", ',

", past several days been making trios to KUilmtnse from land, with about 240 orange trees. learn of their harrowing experiences.My w

aAll klndiLQjLTorebon and Allover Lake Okeechobee will now make regular Mr. Mass expects to plant. more- trees Dear' Friends! : XV e all three came S; PHARMACY. -

laces to be had at reasonable prices trips to-ib4s place from tbe.14tw. this tall.Mrs out safe' and sound through the awful S 1
the low water on'the. Klsslmmee run b.ptl.m of earthquake 'and fire;',
at Kanner & Co's. ,
; compelling .his change. The stoarneif O. R. Hash who with her thank'.Ood. But we lost all; all, but S :THE LEADING DRUG STORE

tS Mal Lamb ha returned from Lake brought down 9.600 pound of fresh hree sons spent the winter' and a the'clothes we had on, We wore not Z

Okeechobee: where he has been en- liith on Sunday* which was sent toKlsslmmee porilsn of the spring here, left last with Louise and from tbe 19tb. to 'the. I ., ,...s
? gaged In the fishing business. for packing and re-ship* week for-her home at Kind rick: Va. 2fith we tramped through the ruined S

S. W If have laundryctu send went west.. -Fort Myers Press, ? I Mrs. Hash was highly pleased with city and camp to find 'her' and at 'DON'T"fORGfT US' 14. +
you any 'Klsitmee and to bring ;
expects Ian aha got to Mrs. 'Dodge>> out of thecity ;
away and want I it "done UD" in good Rev Howard Van of Winston ;
Dyke, several of her friends wjib! her 'next
aod-M. Dodge notified me. by S'
shape phone the City Bakery. '
Salem N. O., will\ preach at the Alliance winter.Pursuant:. letter. Then I rested from 10 to 12 miles '

; ,,, Ouy a suit of the 'standard make. Hall Dent Tuesday evening at walking looking, advertising. No r '
AWe full satisfaction. ':30 o'clock. He will be accompanied .,to a request from "Bishop When in. need' of anyS
a, guarantee ort down by H. J. Foster Of Bradford dray of the Diocese of Florida, a one by pen or brush can de.crlbe the '

S S" money refunded., ..KaDtler&; Co. Pa This will also be the last visit of, collection was .taken In St.. Peters &"'ull'uln and desolation of 15 square t thing in .the Drug' ,line

" 600 samples to select your spring llev. R:'J. Bruce and MI. Hodrers church at Nurcoousee last. Sunday for miles of this magnificent city.. .

suit. from. All the newest colorings to Klsslmmee before going to council\ the benefit of the San "Francisco sufferers -- ; .
which added $18.J0 to the fund All those who Interested in forming + ,
and weaves. !See: G. M. Pearce. at New York. Mr. Bruce may nut return are l

4 44i Henry Aultman'has gone to Billings toFlorida.. All cordially Invited beliig raised by; the Diocese for this. a orchestra. are requested to 's "Herblne" FREE' Y6'rU *
ol ) to &
; Customer
i Montana wbere he will engage In the to attend thi. gospel swrvlce.: ui-puse.) meet at the council chamber next Monday ::1Bottl : ,

lanohing business.-Miami Record.'hone : .Next Sunday evening at the Methodic night. 'Those having instrumentswill
Mrs. > and Miss Ma them along and iv v:v:vv\iwvv:
ViI'ilnTllIt\ r church will be devoted to the Up- please bring :vvvVvVv . HrJ
your wants, we do .the run mie Tiller.--mu heralJdoI..Ml"' exercise come prepared for busines s.
worth League Rally Day
..S nlog..n M. Til'er, who have been. on an extended extensive ,
An and interesting "
KissiMMfcm DKUO COMPANY.Mr. visit '" the family of the latter programcousiptiog ':
t l of recitation and : :
W. T. Wllenskl has rented the here left Wednesday night for' their. readings: has been songs prepared, and It la >ooooooooocooooooooooooogLlQUOZQNE .A.AuOc" ,Acaec.ll. .mIL. '& a'''saeca6caAcAfk'&. tJAuAsrf4adi, Ai' ;r 4 "\

residence of Capt. J. P. Fox and home at Chattanooga I'enn. Bom. hoped a large congregation will be 1t i
i moved his family. here from Savannah. these ladies are held In high esteem lof present.Mr. Sunny South ,Stables &f
KisHimmee where they have been free ,' ,.
quent visitors for the past several : M. Tiller received a paper from .
Joe Powers: an old Oaoeola county yeardj; and their many friend here Sheridan Wyoming this. week, announcing -, .

boy; who Is now living In Lakeland hope to see them again next. winter the recent marriage. In that. i
was greeting old friends here Wednes- City ot Mr. J. W. Collev, to Miss LIVERY'
Mr. W. B. Makli, son, one ofslmmee's I41su; Florence Suits. Mr. Col ley. lived In ',. ,.

day.Try leading business men, spent Klsslmmee a number of ago and FREE! I 1EED
the new barter shop. Everything several days at the Bradford this years of ; '
will be remembered by some our 'and .
.f new and up-to-date. Sharp. week. Be was looking after'the shipment older residents.. i
razors clean towelsfirstclat* serf pf fish through here to Klsslm SALEJ '
vjce., mee from Lake Okeechobee. Mr The Baptist Young People's Union 0 ..
Maklnson Is one of the largest. shippers will have a meeting at the Baptist STABLEINGRAM j-

i On. Every your 25 account cents spent at Ka In.'.cash el1 lt.le.outo or paid and has of fresh the reputation water fish In of the being State the, church pram will on be Sunday a praise.night.service Tbe with pro. Cut Out This Coupon' 'J 1 " .:: : ., . .. I .

a chance on one of those beautiful. heaviest. shipper 'b1 express In the. special 'music by the Baptist quartette. .' & GILBERT.., PROPRIETORS.- "' ;/ ..
I bat racks. State.-Ft.. ress. Everyone la cordial. ..invited. There For this offer may notappear Jt '
Myers '
New barber shop at Patrick's old will be no preaching at. the Baptist. a< ; Mr. Uervey1: Moselev returned. Monday blankandsail it to .' {.
. i Stand.. .Service by a tonsorial artist C night from New York City where church Sunday the Liquid Ozone. Co., BROADWAY, ;OPPOSITE POSTOFfJCE, ;. : :, :.
conversant with all the latest fad. in he has been employed for the past. The local fishermen; arrested a few '
458-460 Wabash Avenue,
J>.arberlng. 1 eight months'* shipping clerk fw a days ago for seining in Polk county Chicago.MY Phone 1O2. It :'Kissimmee ''
Mrs.. w. .11.' Ili4tonn4\ Miss Albert! loge wholesale firm. While in New waters,'went, down to Bartow on Mon- 'YAll } +
York Mr. Mosfetey boarded with the day to answer to the charge before '

1 v, left the them summer.Wednesday few weeks.Prof.for Hinton .to will spend join. family lived here of Wr, and. San who Mltler.'who he says still formerly lakes the until court.lobe.August Their was.W-J.continued Sears. disease. .". .,. ..,o. . :. .: ..' t Kinds Hauling_ _:.', . : f "fl ,dJ:: ; {;.t ;

in a them. Vt w -- _r'IFv4'- -"" -Y'--N :
a lively interest in all local happening. Esq., went along to represent apnOr w nuit' ':_

Rowboats, bousebostalind launches upon which be keep posted tbrobgh Dr. J. W Simpson returned yesterday i have. never tried Llquo- r
! -- .
i built to order 'at. reasonable prices. the column of the Valley Gazette, morning from Fort Myers, zone but if you will supply .
.For. further information see or write where be has been spending the past. me with a .f OC bottle free I r it
i While in Orlando attending court Wheril : ;
: you 'WO..t a
, ., + to P. O. Warn: Klsslmmee Fla.. last,week Capu .'Beli Interviewed the month. combining business with| pleas will' take It. ?_ + -:-:-,- .,:.. ""
Notice\ 'is hereby Ieo't.b ,all my Orange Coun-y Commissioners on the.. ure. He report having captured. two. !' .. \ ...; 'iTice"1 :Bottlb; .* I ... "f.J 'tvr"AI "-"

notes and accounts will beturbed over. subject of bulimia, a good road tarpon. while there, one of them weighing ''t..... ..t", .... . j. :. ...).....-t" ' \; \' >
',t to the Bank: for collection' after May from here Orlando.1 .' 'fie waa told over 'one. hundred pound', and Ph.on.e : "- ,;
: says. it I* fine sport . .:
loop \ O. THOMPSON M. D. that the right of way In' that uL ,
outliti-gasolene county had beets secured,' ,with the ,JaVe Lewis; tbs colored mall carrier ..*. ..... fvt; *: if..J Ai.*.,...'.'. .... . . .' =t "\14 'J,:_ '

Pumping motor, eioeptlon of a snort distance,, and that wbotarrled! mall to and from the r efts' fug.sddrhi-wrh.. bl.lalrtKissIee . 1 ... ';' .

S .tower and tank-everything complete* this would be condemned a' the next pustoffloe and trains, died suddenly at R I B. WHITTlHie'e'i. \ &; ( '"
further .particular.se01's
For .
t 'from (85 up.White. 'Klsslmme Fla: tf. meeting of the board. when Orange his bome,10 the upper end of town .. : : : '8!'
Gj county. ..would be ready to beorln 1'e' t.erday morning. Jake bad worked "
pEr'roePttone '
Wood fe* sle.-+-When,you..want a building her share of the, road. Tbe around the depot 'for a long time and ( ) Co. ::E'hcne) : : "Qi :: :;

,ti: load of good dry pine stove ..wood call road wiiriTrlkeOnoeola-county=Hoe had the-- respect, and confidence; of both [ l Dreg: : I "'$: ,' .- -' ::.: '.::1'

\i. Mp phone .7i.: Delivered anywhere., in 'Just,' west >I'''o McKtnnoo, ,. between and colored people of .the I ... ">: From Mill r'. St&ble$\T: ';' "'r' : .

.... ,:J 'ipso! .on short notice,' H.,W; Brotfson.. section 2 .and. 3.;' town;;, -6' ; 1 o rta: aaoaCla cioaoQ'_ . '' ,. "..' -, '. r ft
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ickache" *The Blues''Symptoms .j I .'FRISCO AGAIN SHAKEN. :e--- -j-- 1+ .."*- Half for a de.. .::2:

; Disturbance'Was'Sllflht" But ResultedIn ,
*< ty' The High.

. .. Death of Woman-Feed: : Problem r 1\ met a* weir,

of Organic Derangement in Prove Most Titanic Task.At I town last night
BtlO\ 'Rej --
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Women: Hauling Manure to Fl.....'' 1' It Is 1101l- olsOIlOUII. ,,' 'qU;
Thousands of Sufferers with
Find ReltetF to JIve
S:1J o'clock.Wiednesday after.'an M'hlla It Is admittedly tlift bettor planto ;;Jlrne! t Is thoroughly/ ,/] j I.I ( woman than

Pr _ c' 40tr :I' another shock.of earthquake was /get the manure to the Hold 11*. soon' of application; whether neat tidy 111-na-

'. 'felt In San Francisco, It lasted nearly after it fs'iiinde as possible thf plan' the wnll. 'or as an o,1 J I I' decided* It was ,
;; tins Us greatest Tllhl8 'wllt'J1 the mn- used for. clenunind' ; '- :;:-
pI . a minute and caused considerable nuro Is spread as soon ,as it Is placedon taut iiillk or crenm. I a neat woman':

+I alarm. A number of walls of burnOu:: the soil-flint' Is. do not put It In edy which will .,,- (' j 'I

buildings which were standing, yet'' ina hcnps to, spread at some later 'period, tnniliintedhmi, ). "' .
; .but, if possible, load It from the stable that-atege It should be ? 'INSURANCE. '
weak condition, were thrown down directly Into a spreader' so that as soon to prevent n churn "/

''I VCItb and trail bindings were considerably n* readies the Held it cairbo put on to nhv ys maintain it Policies and the .

> shaken -up. The earthquake caused i the soil, where it will leach in during wholesome condition, it: lave Them. '
F I the winter The, idea 'of cartingthe once or- twice n week' ( (orderly
the death of Mrs. Annie Whittaker )
; direct the field Is wUlr limo voter QUit
I f'', d4r manure to to : many companies
I Agod 25 rears, jSha. wad at workInthe have it Improving the soil instead of overnight: The water Mr. John Wana: R

ib''" d ;W sll I 'liltc>ien. of her home when tLfc: letting.
shock cam.' The chimney which the ati, 'ns? Is the en50 "'hen. It lays In The following' Is. nrT: (' i ve policies.' For

,the barnyard all winter.I'onliry. of I\1 klnIIme"'nt'r:, the largest Jr.-
had been left in tottering'conditionby
a of iriislncked lime Into n : States. During,
the heavy quake"of laat :week Yard and Mtrnl>l .>rrThe" > :, nil up with'*ater and rich
r, very
Clashed,, through the roof upon the best poultry r rd'for 'low Is I lIl'ttllllthe/ water. will : single .
;young woman and fractured, her skulL that have. not free rnfso is the one scum (carbonate of ) ( ,

b Hor body was polcy ever
Mt"u. :J10l es Emma Cot"d'y .w and burled an hour later at Laurel one hi which grass may bo sown to turbing the lime' at the In 1897 by Mr. 'pt"

.' mil. The shock was also felt in Oak.It.Pd allow the birds plenty of green stuff emptied fill up again\ ,,; at the age of
: And Berkeley, but In these placesit to ent. It Is ndrltiable to 'have two I stir;; then leave to ,
It Is a 20i t
'; nowoftendowaheartvomentayi "nam's Vegetable Obmpotind, When loon, yards, and while the birds ,are living The '<}jumitlty of limo '
alight and of '
was brief duration
very t
distribution pot-
_aaU&oul'hm7back would break," mended taking the Compound I suffered in one sow some seed In the other. It''serve for many filling
.or"Don't; speak me, I am all out of everything with backaches, headaches curet and is also a good plan to turll.the soil' In with water As loiiif ; to pay a yearly .
Jorta" female trouble I am completely and An idoa of the titanic' task which ( for ;
twenty years.
ht the enjoy the beet of health and I owe it all the yards,.and the birds will get many of lime appears on the ;
system requires attention.. confronts the citizens' food committee time he will re
to worms
and Insects. If
there It bo
Backache and are no settling may !
'-. of an Inward t.h. blue trouble* are which directymptoma When women are troubled With Irregular maybe gained 'from the\ figures of the trees or shrub In the> yards It Is very ficient strength Pry; )' of '$1,000.000

'will sooner or later declare itaelf. Itmay suppressed or painful periods, number of people fed. Tuesday. little trouble t" plftiit n few there. The tory should ''inro a / If the policy lad

be caused by diseased kidneys or weakness, displacement or ulceration, Throughout 'the city rations for 840- liens, mid little ('bl'ks,,rspeclnlly. will\ high position; wllb taps years ago at ,
swot derangement of the organ. that bearing-down feeling Uinammatlon -. 000\ persona wero distributed. This, Appreciate them 'en'hot d I' L It Is not quired places. Lime have paid by
Wateire require*assistance aad at once, of' the female organs, bavcAtach, of course Is an average estimate n pleasant thing for n lIcit to lie ('(1m-I used by all milk \ '$ in prem.' 'k
... Lydia B.: Plnkhem'.VegetableCorn.pound bloating (or flatulence), general d.buItyIndigestion .- com
and nervous prostration based on reports from a few of the 'gelled to rpnifllii lilt In the buckets and milk cans cent'nt I:

power In instantly all the**assert peculiar it ailments* curative ofwomen. or are beset with such symptom food depots. At one station of average sun, with; a Sock of,little ones:'t tryingto been cleansed. The amount' to near.

It ha been the standby of a*dinginess faintness. laaaitude, ..aoltoablllt.lrrltablllt size provisions: were given out to keep coo). And then *o many persons -' turning sour so

.IatsUIgrntAmerlou women for twenty ,. nervousness, sleep 672 people an hour fore ten hours. forget to give J plenty of freshwater often on'nceountof the : Insured man .In
year*,, and' .the beet judge agree that lessness, melancholy, to all gone" and All flour that'was received In to their fowls In hot woollier. r er left In the vessels\ Is probably Mr l'
*.' U' tbe most universally successful "want-to-be-left-alone" feeling, blues sacks There is of Philadel .-
nothing that Is more -of A simple experiment \
remedy'for woman' ills known to and hopelessness, they should remem la, being exchanged at the' bakeries drawback n. I $2.000,000:! in! the '
to the health and comCol.tof this to be. true.
__ her there I is tried Rinse ;
lei. .. one and true remedy pound, for pound for baked bread. 1
head the convincing t tesUmonlal.Wof Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com the birds than to be forgotten MennMhg with lime aid: to Insurance
Almost all the bakeries In the
,Jfr*..Holmes and Mr*. Cotroly.Mr pound at once removes such troubles burned- districts un- when the days ore so wager. They the cover on for some I Mr. Wanamaker1 .,

*.J.O. Holmes,of Larlmor,North No other medicine baa such a record 'have opened and are Ret; run down nnd their systems are with another ran Hint Insurance In the
DsOcotas writes I . of cures of female troubles. No other selling bread at the regular price ifS in n condition to get all the diseases\ rinsed' with lime water $200,000 at the

,0.-Kn Plnkharat- medicine tn the world ha. received this cents Jcaf. There Is no danger of that are going arouud.Mirror and bad tho .rover left on. : Increased It by

"I"av..uiffarad everything with backache widespread' and unqualified endorse a meat famine. *'II rill er. a noticeable difference of $100.000 and-
vend lanaal troubla-I M the troubla run on ment. Refuse to boy..n.u batltu.. Plans for the construction of the _..- I nitro and In the -aroma later, at 41. he ,

.K.til my system was la such a condition that new buildings to replace those destroyed A a Early Start.RWhether (hem. Again If two policies one 01 -Ii;
was)nnabU to be
about, and then
It IleaaaiaMinunl
was FREE
to use Lydia J't".......'. V.... ADVICE TO TTOMBN1. by earthquake and flames are for hey or pasture, the land I one treated In the .. of 200000. ;J

....Compound.' If I had only known bow Remember, every woman is cordially rapidly being drawn and work on should be deeply plowed and well harrowed ,[ other In the latter, it Insurance In the :.
MhswEeriair I would have saved I should so as to Lave the soil In the
Invited to write to Mrs. that the milk will which he
r Pinkham ( pays t
asm. token A months sooner_for a few if some of them will begin aa soon as .
I week treatment made me well and strong there 1* anything about her symptom the ruins of the old buildings'are cold. finest poftsib'e condition. Tills is essential In the one that wise 63226. .
i Jty backaches and headache are all gone and abe does not understand. lor*. Pink for the reason that the young water. Therj Is very family In Phila .
,wfr.. no pala at mv monthlv ptrloda, ham U the daughter-in-law Lydia E. Many of the new planned buildings plants will IIn"better facilities tor ble Involved In .. In .
before I took .. din K..Ptnkbam's Pinkham, her assistant before are on a larger scale than those lickedup feeding!' and will rapidly Increirse In of $3,885.000 .J
Vagssauls OosnpounJ I suffered Intense pain." cease, and for twenty-five year since .by the ,flames, giving promise that root precaution to secure more than
growth before tho of
frsu: Emma Cotrely 10* East ISth her advloe has been freely and olieer. \\nrm; days tlie-expeiine Is uof worth '
.heet.. New York City,writes fully given to every ailing woman who from the ashes will\! rise a new San July and August. The more early thn' W. It. ..Olll ert. of course: cost '
DIi.r x... 1'Iakhaaa- asks for It., Her advice .and medicine Francisco greater and more beautiful growth the eras can mote tbe betterIt than smaller .j'
-I' elitm: dstytarWlsli.uCertn 'women have restored to health innumerabl than; the old. will bet able to endure a dry spell of $1,000

4ssa..nua l bavefooadin LydUB. Pink- women. Address! Lynn Mass.Aak In addition to the large force of If manure Is used It should! be thor Foaltrv Mot coats $20 a year ,.,

L*. takham's: Airte-A: rTooaa ttst Dnlmtand a Wonuf men and teams already at work about oughly decomposed In order that all The bent breeds will $500,000 policy -',
. 1 " IDI.I fifty teams-of government mules bavo seeds or weeds may be destroyed! as It If they are millmn nagec1. coat Just firek
'A to Is difficult to get at weeds growing onn ...
(AtI&06)JVIALSBY ) been put work hauling'away debris. The smaller the ;}, er 16000.
4 grass plot. The safer method Is to J.\;
rn&2o audisaa. more streets were cleared for cleaner! they must be : ) premium eve?" ',
apply fertilizers. Wood ashes >'
are ercellent. -
nas traffic Wednesday, numerous street In Los '
by a man
& Co. I'rovlde nests where
trA but n mixture of 100 poundsof
car lines are ready fQr operatlonwhlle Income'policy
&:1 "yr.
for hens and bandy
acidulated bone
BANK ground (or pliosplinte -
$5,000 DEPOSIT the of the water mains and It provided .' /
41 SuHForJiih' St. Atlanta 6a.Engines ace FREII: co seEs!: rock), 125 pounds of sulphate"of from. ...;
,. the work of restoration of-the and and at his ,
Hotel eduoam gas potash and nitrate Queea."l
Cost fifty pounds of soda Poultry is the CbeRI'lIt
.., no hlndnnoo. Board I at Writ toda,.. electric systems is making rapid head- per acre If the land Is In moderate nomical and best meat for his children

GA..ALA.BUSINESS COLLEGE. .... 6*. I....,... condition Rill= give the grass an early farm.. ,

start and enable it to become well do not carry life
Are .
Sg S Thompson's Eye Water you giving your Carnegie, for '
TOO f'AMIUAR WITH FEMALESIs before meeting .with lack oftnolstnre. tendon you give the "
la It and
f. Tile main point in the growing allowing It to hllt for ," ,
Some people manageto get up in- Chorg.. Policeman by Ma of n. gross crop Is) to get an even Coarse : ) policy. The
the world by wearing high heels., tronof Atlanta Barrack and uniform 'stand at the bl'glnnrnlC"tor food promotes John D." Rocke
helps to keep!' the fowls .
'!\eatable Sad Stationary FITS,St.Titus'Danoe:Nervous Disease' *permanently An 'Atlanta dispatch says Police any gain at tbe.start will be of advantage condition. Feed as ; -.,"
e red Dr. Da..'. Great Nerve at later periods of. growth. ,
by .
Matron' Bohflefleld has made \: ,'" ,
a wr >
'Boilers .elo..l'. .J trial bottle and troatlae free While mixed grasses about be preferred .Ib'e.. ; .. .. ". ',"r ,J.. : to Digestion, _n
Da.B. B.Xw'aLd.: ,911 AJQhSt. PMla.Pa. ten complaint against Captain'Z. B.: on posture field it Is better to Do not simply .thfow; :: : : '';
take the place of
Moon: in which she 'alleges that the ;:
Saw Mills fOl'lDei of the' drinking f vessels;: '
M. Ca itnlr-P ri.r; son of a President grow !Say crops singly-unmixed-Hie at.meals '
of France intend to join the captain has been a too frequent visitor . fresh water; but wash ;\ I
mixing of the foods to be done at the the home. There
'I{ 411 ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY diplomatic service. '_ to the female detention ward of barn when feeding'the animals after oughly 'every time' )' ami
'J Otmtflttt eta* CarrUd*.. .took Jar II...WlnsloWs Soothing Syrup for Children ..the city prison, and. has permittedsome harvesting the grass crops. It Is better : water. -between; good ,'
DOUD1A JIXLJ TM T. t..tbhtgsaasasth.gpmar edaeeslnilaama* of the women to becometoo .
young for the farmer not to depend uponn We suspect that 'In Is I.I
ta.M TaaMasry,Lowest I.....and Best Terms tloaaUaye paJACIUJ'OO wind eone,9ac.a bottto
familiar with him both In conversation single kind of bay crop as,a prolonged cases where the egg yield ,I I has aid de
write ua for catalogue. price The city i of Leeds England has erected and act.' She also alleges drought may destroy*'It. In- though all due attention its worst

_, gj t v. fcsfarn huylng.Thaw baths for Jewish women. that the captain has) not stead ef growing clover/and timothy given tbe poultry, the have ,{

SKIN ERUPTIONS 35 YEARS. shown her proper respect la that he only I there should'be fields of cowpeas, regular 'care. cheerfulness

s I* no ootlsfskction k*) narW. hat Ignored her authority and did ,a* Hungarian grass and fodder corn If market poult!')' ,I. of th. gastric

4hIn! lIeN dry aiIIII ......... Severely: \Vlta Xesema AU Ov. he pleased In her 'department without which can U necessary be seeded l late begin by kilting off all aid to !diges.
OeGMl.tiflllie=' r' her consent. and mowed at any- stnge of growth. old birds. Discard al '
Body-ATlmoeaaad Thanks to ; this, many of 'us }'i\\!
KYO. AR'... or 1'ID Catleara K....... ... phia according cirum.tancea.-rbllRdel- batched stork as absorbed at the ,

JJt YOU WUJt "For error thirty-fire years 1 was a *s- HEADS FAMOUS ORGANIZATION. tends to decrease the In many homes, .

tore .u!!..... from eczema. The eruptionwas stock. at meals \
'I'h. M.".. of "ow1.. }
:r'I net confined to. any one plat;*. It 'Albert Howell Elected President of Few things, are more worthy of ta refill An experienced; : for an article of ,,
was. all over my body, limbs and even'on says that the l best way ,
I'L mv head. I..ID sixty years old and an Capital' City Club In'Atlanta.' attention than tbe proper mating
.I old solder, and have bean examined by Albert Howell. Jr., who has been of poultry, It one for( Instance, has droppings Is to put \ to mean some oI
and keep them slightly J
the Government Board over fifteen times flock of common hens, It Is possible, a' mere ani
acting 'president
and they said there was no cure for me. 1 a* of the CapitalCity by placing them with a thoroughbred.male dishwater or soapsuds bell which calls, /

nave taken til kinds of medicine and have Club In Atlanta since the deathof .and -securing a new cockerel of When'fenced awnj' ought to be ?

_L K. TL .t.'lWiJaHOo: >le spent large sums of money for doctors,' Major Livingston Mtms. has been the same breed each year to change flower beds fowls cause time generally;, I

.t du.CLOtntKG without avail. A short time ago "decided elected president for a full term by in- three years' time all the common nayanre on a farm. 1 be thrown off
to try the Cutieura and after .
MNK.Oa:: mLovs using two cakes of Cutietira Soap two the members of that famous institution blood to that which is pure and thus manse amount of good In at his best.

". ,.a'Ol/yalalakta.LL. boxes rf x'ntioura Ointment, and two bottles defeating Dr. Hunter P. Cooper have a flock of pure bred' of the malevariety. of crops by the the time 'for

T 1'Cd. K. J'trI.L of Cnticura Kesolvent two treatment by a vote of 211 to U. The way to bring It about is Insects larvae and It ought to'be

CA.I.IoW.JOIIGIt1I1Uk: in all, I am now well end completely Mr. Howell is a prominent young to select according to the egg-record Poultry may be raised the members of 4'

cured. A thousand thanks to (. tioura. 1 attorney of Atlanta ,and Is a memberof the best two-year-old liens one has and est economy on large ;: s..or nooning 1*

cannot speak too highly of .the CutlcuraKemedies. the arm of Dorsey.. Orewster A then purchase a thoroughbred rooster, there is unlimited range, : pupils In schools
John T, Reach Richmondale
DOUGLAS nine or ten months old, such breed less of strenuous life.
of supply -
Boss Co., Ohio, July 17,.1905." HowelL Evan P. Howell and brother of .as he' desire The chief point in doing abundance j of seeds and -, In Success '
3s&3.O0SHOESt& Don't attempt to build a new repit Hon. Clark-Howell. candidate for gov this Is to keep In mod that the weak to waste which

.L.Douglas $*-OO Cut Edge Lln tatlon, on the ruins of an old one. characteristics in the females should utilize
atann.tb )*)quall.d at any prise.i ernor. be the strongest In the males. The t
SEVEN YEARS OF SUFFERINS Where one habitually i_
next year the most"promising pullet. things to interfer with ....... Its Kffeet -'
lade at Last Through'' >>0...'* TOO TOUGH ON THE CHINESE. from this mating in shape, color and "his poultry /,

amass Kiaa.r mi other points, shpuld be selected and numerous that his ;; position to know 4

.+ rt Mrs. Bellna Jones, of 200 Main St. Less Stringent Exclusion Law. Favofecf '\- placed with another cockerel as be-. likely to be remarkable drink.' than a '

Ansonls. Conn., says: "If It had not by CottoA Mill! Men. fore: The pullets then obtained will periods of .. _

been fOI.'Joan'-. Kidney Pills I would On the groynd that annoyance to be likely to grow fast,, feather rapidly most constant losses. nurse of Wllkes e

tM not be alive to-day. and mature early. Aecordingiythey Too often the only used to drink
which Chinese merchant and other
should be mated not to a rooster suffered
\ Seven years ago I young does toward selecting great
t $ t' was so bad with painIn prominent China ten... are subjected on but to a thoroughbred cock' two years obtain two or three I and indigestion. ."
and old of the same breed though brothers I had
the back so not from
[ arrival here, are directly" responsible ,' being flielr only merit.<< '
'w..kthat; 1 had to the same breeder as the others were stum Food Qof- 1 'k
Important that they have
for the killing of American missionaries -
keep to m',1'OOmi and purchased. Any reliable breeder who : it altogether! in
w I'M S and the boycotting of American stitutions, symmetrical
understands his furnish In
,was ,(In .bed some business .can two weeks,
color of skin and
times six weeks at a.pe1L' cotton exports in Chins, resolutions the rlgbt kind of a bird If the wouldbe I found I was' "t''j

"' Beginning with caning for a less stringent Interpretation buyer ..11'111'onl,. write Alto designat If the fowls the finally my head '

,1 Doan's Kidney Pills, of th*. Chinese exclusion laws ing the shape, color and general characteristics are of large' size und' It also the indiges t..

the kidney weakness were adopted by the National Association of Ills pullets. Tbe results of Improve their i

r i 1 "was soon corrected of H Manufacturers at their this mating ,should bet a lot of very I pure bred Leghorns, used Postnm ;: .

Carer 11to4 and ,Inside a. week all the pain was meeting in Boston Thursday fine poultry, Including valuable cockerels as fancy dictates cock ban noticed a
gone I was also: relieved of all head- all of which Will find :a, ready pullets, and .- coffee ha* been

aches.-tdlzxy spells, soreness and feelIngs market anywhere at good prices. Thus 1 yearling females. Or, If '
f of languor I strongly recommend COLLECTIONS. by selecting' the nearest standard pullets -I, be Increased Brahma : fact about Poa-
9altala rqr .loom Dosn's Kidney Pills. .-.- "' in color sbape'and characteristics: work effectually. .. 'It greatly' r
pee sltsriss Sold by all dealers..,'CO cents ft box. Figuresfor Month' Were t30.485.0t0. one may carry the grading up still .I' In case where r
t '. Moeww .r.L.Sloe..ei &. iaa.ts. Foster-Mllbnrn, Co,'Boffalo, N. Y. Receipt Increase., *' ,farther'year by.,year and ultimately Vemld.i; ' .... : I It ..11)a 4

,. w N.ehw W.peirpei.s yes Tor the month of March 1908; the have the finest birds that tt U possible The middle-aged \ ***.''

fJ THH5 ETERNAl* QUESTION collections of Internal revenue amounted to breed.-Th* troubles which stare ; & servants to'
sii..lsaary li1Mn Mr*' Sttngy-r-Wbat do you wantto to 'SO.48I1.I>M> ,"'a gain 'over March Epltomist'J when youth 1* cruelly They moat al

tears ...*. for;, Bridget' ..Pm tare' wsnav 1J05; ,of .U,10a.TlL'nr' the nln u... 1st the Dairy. comes slowly f one 1* has been bolld:
tam There i1 no better partner,'disinfect- of It as flmV Maybe be boiled 1ft or''
; treated, you a* on. of the ,months I .the/present. fiaoal'year;the
uy. &$*, .. ". ,' receipt amounted; 1107,43471, an ant and germicide.for use' la tbe dairy the glass yj, think your ; : with craam.:
,_ .
Bridget ;-- Iada4., .' it* yon OT, ''taereaguowerr; the-'OorrMpondlng; period than ordinary Made; 'It is'so'cheap a. In amonth, "r'so you- : delicious- be. ***.,,
maim Itood'lt Ionsnocgh, : .to be within the mean of every 'dairy. tbst th* hip at the back > """
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?HE P UM T. 'Mediterranean i-world'' and. glhvfaeded. .. I Soot land' yard. However- the) leas a man talks the < .
Individual 'j-esponatbHUy.. ', Scotland Yard, widely known the
as inert he doesn't have to apologue.,: .Mow Few Enjoy Perfect .HeaHhIt .
How are we to aroullaam01ljf'ulI: responslbllitj Aeadquartertr of the London police, Is .
and quicken our individualand historical place, sald to have been
6- -AM EtOQulNT SUNDAY SERMON BV social praitance. But is not that 1&the site of palace, when kinds, of L ..1 i.. M4 ,La'" is. because they make) so little effort to keep well nntH they are ateav I'Ijgy

Q" THE RtV. HOWARD MELISH. preached by"every' pentance.) But is Scotland were received eu they Bay L. & ]f. Paint; and st a full gaHoe. throw hurriedly Into their stomachs a combination of cheap, ..,....,

It not-tbat Is, and preached some men t y are every touched evangelist by It. came to London. It is near the banqueting Zinc Wears hardens 10 to- 14'I.. year* kL* >became White l 1.emd.. A.endtttakea M. made foodstuffs that as.SUM In) time to breed dyspepsiaand a T9

.abjeett B.p.fltaae.P I But when too the evangelist as .hall, Whitehall. The Scotch L t Mi: Taint wear like lies.
they go of L. eV.. M. mixed with 3 gallonsoil
$ of It from 4 gallon
men went to John tbe Baptist and oth.erll -: kings
N iebaflon will paint a moderate sized house.C.S. r s
Y went ,fo- Christ asking "What 969 till the' "of William .Andrew*.Xx-Mayor,Dan bury,Oonn.,
-In Iloly Trinity tvouldst Thou have as to dot" tbe answer -, Sdotland, Milton Sir Christopher wnte; -Painted my house 19 rears ago 'PRI'Ek ,
Church, Sunday morning the rector; is "Stop smoking!:, leave off the Wren and other notables lived. In Boot.and with L t M. Looks well tH.,." .
..the Rev, 'Howard Mellsh, preached use of alcohol keep away from the '. Yard.Indiana's. TAINT' YOUR HOUSE.
1" from the test "From that time 'Jesus '-. "
theatre church
join ; pray d.ny.nd IS per tent rommieaion allowed to any
t began to preach and to say, 'Repent. read your'Bible." This Is the whole resident where we have BO agent, on tale. WHEATFLAKE"CELERY'
;\' -St. Matthew 1vl7. He said; r' duty: of mace And other men.' -virile ) present .constitution was of L. t M.:: te property-owners, at oar re- J{, '.
," I heard one of the ablest men in men; seeing the insipid, character of adopted February 10. )85,. bft?!*. .
(pa, :America, ;,, a man who, bad studied the Christianity thus professed, don't, fight mAp ply to LONQUAK A MARTINEZ gal h
..;I mind and observed' It Paint :Maker. New York.
cpopulnr carefully It-this is the ag of religious tolerance .11...... .*f o..(..... T.r Catarrh That _. . FOOD
moat keenly, say not long; ago, that }t -but pass U by as good for women and "
' CJo.tat.r", AT. TIUI GOLDEN GATE. .
',.. he wero young again the one message children.; 42
will surely? destroy the sense of .judge Jn the shipping) .
be would endeavor to bring home to hi.J I appeal to tbeconscTenee'of, '' everyman ai mercury -" " ,
i, countrymen Is-spirit, soul, manhood and>woman here to-day. We. ;smell and,,ompletly aeranae the whole system IIn..of bu.ln...." Von win not find any other food so delicious.< The stomach wffl rsxjmlre BO MIS '

'I' make conditions, not conditions men.; ares, of Jesus Christ.Now,, 11"1"-.when_ Snoli enteitaajlt article throuca should a..erbeused tbs moos ""What makes you think ooT" to aid digestion Nervous energy, mental rigor, physical strength and a laatof/

Three forces are producing the oppo- only Ills first word to the world is sleeps" o. preeerlptlons from reputable ph'aI ,- "J 1s always talking about wA.1'be action of the bowels follow Its daily nse. It's a, food, not a medicine.Or. ; .- .
V. 'alte', view. The first is materialism. repent. He 'gave! many more; but they au,"the damage they will do la tea fold Is going to do. 'when his ship
Materialism as a philosophy is discred All depend upon that! toe their real to the good yon cm possibly derive Iron coone In.' "-San Frejoclacov CaU.OME ly r s>eU| .ease' wtth a lttiatVnfc.
ited. Tweiityrflve years-ago it received Until Christianity them. Hall's Catarrh Curs. manufactured kIUi--P;
meaning1. we truly repeat I'Ei
I;; tremendous importance through the for us is a sealed book. Davit by F. J. Chener, A Co.taken Toledo, O., oqntalss > gle-fasy'ef WgMHM m I
e no m*>' nry. and la Internally,acting
of evolution : MANY.
foriqulatlou of a doctrine OF
we repented We have looked over
dlrootly apon-the b ood and tn oou surfaoe* AgaJ&esstwee :
v7' by natural selection. 'To-day it Is not our.personal lives. Here was i\ 'fault of the ayai.m> in buying Hall's Catar b Cure 'Hicks-Does she take In boardenV' M ff2h.r 44 r
;i taught in .a single'university-cbalr. Here WAS a sin. There was a mistake.We bs ur yon get the genuine. It la taken lnt .. Wicks-Sb-h! I Don't speak so : t &a f.U' t

But materialism; as a popular conception f el.ashamed of tbts. Henceforth nail and made Testimonials la Toledo,tree.Ohio, by F. loud., But-btween you and'me ".takelu" .Price die tanuma foocI8&MIt.....eveator ol Or. Price's Creasa. Baklaw Nnwdst...' ;
of tUoovorld. Is more generally In our personal lives we shall bo dif J. Cheney*M a. .PeIIc6otoa PJa Tort KaUmeta.IVM .
' heeded than ever' before.In it God is ferent. God forgive And we. feel for- Sold by Druggists; prloe, 750. per bottle Is-Just the phra.-BomerTWe* ... ....... ..,-.A ---tD .. .,-- -
Identified with Ills universe Ills Dame given. There it ends Take halls Family Fills for constipation. Journal 10 CENTS A PACKAGEr

;i, is force. Ills law'I.. to be found not' In Ends in an age where there is more ,Air castles: are built ,i ,' foundation i,
the Bible, but in tbe latest text books wealth age of the world of )Impossibilities..
. 0 on physics. Man is on animal which before; when. that wealth attained Cartel TiCOD MICR qAHINO I Ir Goad Luck r.

: thinks.: lie is a creature of his en-- by. some: men not by hard labor of .. .. cur THIS CAM Awe SAWS ire ewer Arts '
I vlronment. When he dies he Is dead bands or brains but overnight: in. an ,.STOPS BELCHING BY ABSORPTION .000 tvs -icaA.iTictaa.asar s "" I
i I '. as every oilier beast < C. the field. ARC when because of thin' wealth there -NO DRUG*-A NEW METHOD.. iLLN CAM. r I TNI DC.AWTMCMT '
.. ".roaM.w..t.woee a.u '.
. The second' I.' the teaching o.f some Is more luxury in a city like New York A b.x .t WSI... .-..e...Have T.4 AMSSJ Premiums
: socialists: There is socialism and there tban.In all tbe world-fifty years ago; eUo*. StamavarTHmhU, Ir- 1
1 is Clirjstlau) socialism. Christian soclal- where men and women live for money r gals Hoarla l>Usr Spall wF
,,11m endeavors to make a place in socialism and fell their souls for money! What sthort Broth Oa a* '\ -
., .
for Christianity's einpbasjs on should repentance meantoday? '. 'alto a4maehr' .
.. 1
I 'I This la the *araB*..
.the iodividt:a1. Socialism! is concerned' .It is a meinage to those who have Bitter 'Taete-Bad Breatb-impaired Appetite eaa4 oa Lob ef eack for ,You
b.'WIth the economic and industrial reor- money. Search your consciences to see -A feeling of 'fullnea. ...i&bt'aA4 of alae Goad Lust east
I Pt., gaulzittlou ot society As interpreted how you came by your wealth. Can pain over tbe stomach and bean, sometime tea
, .' by. some of Its expounders It-Is telling you say with Karcbens.( "Lord if 1 nauaea sad vomiting, also. fever and Baklag Pewsar.Bach coU fa ........- -f '
, sick headache oapea *akae
men that they can't bo Just or right or have taken anything from any" Good Luck Baking( Powder Is such '
: .What causes Its Any one or all of tbesei p lea. a great
honest under tbe
pure or or kumafie false accusation.: -.estoro him fourfold Excessive eating and drinking-abnae of
competitive system To talk About ethical !. ?" You know and I -know that .pint*-anxiety and d .-mental effort favorite with good cook' that we are shipping '

; standards- long as men must many of our fortunes have been dishonestly . --cnental worry and physical fatigue '. I <. it to grocer i in cu load Iota This means2a big' .1
compete to live is child's) play. The illegally and unjustly accumulated. bad a inaulttoent foodaadentarv habits .
Sermon on the :Mount Is impracticable; By false returns to State abaence of tee..a bolting of food. saving to wt ,Now, to show our appreciation: and .
U sutler iiom ,tbi.slow, death .4anRbi"
let a man obey Its precepts and he is official; by lale use of trust moneys you enounce let ua eend\ yon a sane .. still further increase the tales,we, are dividing this car; "J.I
,sure to be thrown by the current of by Talse or the of Govern. Inti-.beleh
use powers) pie box of Mull's Wafer absolutely
life on to tbe bank as wreckage. What ment. by'' false .business 'methods has free. We'drug*. Drug tnjore the load saving. with you in the form of desirable prenriums,
1e-needed to nlake"men is a different this money been qbtalned. Repentance; etomaeh "" r all .blOl"tely'lree if you'' use fit
order of lIoclet)': Such teachings, such demands that! restitution be made \o It atops belching and cores a diaeaeidtoinacb
feeling for It has become more a feelIng tbe or tbe community from by absorbing the foul odors from .
food and
than clearly articulated Indiylduhls undigested imparting activityto :
a system was taken. Search
the lining of the stomach enabling it GOOD LUCK
has weakened the sense of Individualresponsibility. your conscience to see what wealth is to thoroughly mix the food with the gaauiajuicM.
-- I can't be pure living doing to you. Since you entered Into which promotea digestion and curve
under tenement house conditions. 1 the possession of money by work or tbe ..--. :This offer soar cot appear v, .
I can't speak tbe truth in a modern pulpit by Inheritance are [you a nobler man ac.... '.

l r or a modern newspaper..theretore or a truer woman T Or has money! Baking Powder
i i I am not responsible for impurity, 31s- made you llttle-souled.. mean, narrow, 058 GOOD FOR 23e. lit ,

i't. honesty, lying. proud, extravagant, arrogant niperclliousT .
Tbe third force, laying stress on con. Give it away at once every cent Send this coupoa with room name Tkea article are carefUly aeUeUd;aid yM' are can te 1 '
.1 JaitlODS Instead of will*, and so ..weakenV.lng -. of It. It is better togo through!: life and address end your' druggist's: ''namsantl .... aa a>ethlac te ..... yea., AU are UmMraled la the '
Individual conscience.. Is Christian with no' than with to lOe. la stamps or silver and we .. *"* a"'de each a..- It alaa tella you haw
,. -,' Science. At first thought this may down into bell fire. money so will have supply never you used a sample.w.II'. free Antl it-tlakh you I .-..:r-....It will take to'get the'premium. y m ehaosa.Ooo4 .-

seem an utterly inconsistent statement Money is sending thousand"Of men 'Wefera, and will alae send you a certificate Luck'Baking Powder'ie the beat Vbta'lnabi* at
Does not Christian Science lay all the and women to what Jesus called hell; : good,lor' 2Se. towthe pun ear: price,became atrictly' par Bad sways reliable,'
-v emphasis on tbe individual-bis attitude In this city. They got their wealth IndeOa..C'e chase. of more Belch Wafers. Xoa will iODLj
y of mind, his thought Not at aIL of God's and our country'slaw bnj theta. invaluable for stomach trouble TIM low price,i*emu for.peaml sea. la made pie. I I.Cared J
What It emphasises is renditions of ) cures by abeo' tios. Address ible bf the -.00. aalea, sad the premlama .", _
; they can only keep It .by control.
ini's UBAFB TONIO Co.; U8 3d merely: *.... ladneemeat te sew porchaasia,'
thought. By methods which rival the ling legislatures and fronting monopo-. Ave. Hock ......tI. llL the cost of aame w.. .....s by Uwar Mt .f ship
methods of Hypatla and .tbe Neo-rin- lies. And wbat do they sajt They'fall -.*.at .. lets
.. tonlits. they endeavor to work your back on conditions and dodge responslblllty. -'
) mind into a state where nothing external Repent Fall Yon probably -' V r*. rMT luutft O..f tmtt fltf*anrf w MI .. fm*iM : > f" ,
to :your mind has any ...reality.i will fall. Conditions are bad in AH < SPOON
or by' nail
i cblld'nren exist Tbe suffering of politics and business But God bids upon receipt of pries.per Stamps1 accepted. TILL SOUTHERN UFG.'CO.; ,
! little In the Dome of StT Giles you fall, .(Go forth ns sheep among Rlchaond.Va,
[ .V' the Cripple Is a mere thought. The wolves and fall. You will gave your
, dishonesty of business has no reality. soul alive here and hereafter. It Is a .GIRLS WII.i"BID: GIRLS.1

The tragedy of much of-our tenement message to those who have no money. Agnes-Alg7 Is making sheep's eyes
111' bongs life, tvltfr its starvation; unemployment Money Itself- not evil but the love of at me. "
itwarfed lives, or the sinful I It, tbe lust after it. Many a man who, Pandora-I always thought him a'

luxuriousness of much of the "Fifth has not a dollar has the love, and mutton head. . .
":! avenue" life are mere thoughts. Jesus Is his bis'envy J 'UTHERNi
.ltlvln soul to get It.. It is : .. .
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f' on Ills cross was only acting a part. of the rich that Is sin.. If such I"i'j;\\ \:', .. ,
Fo' Such teaching has no !social message H man had money !> 'would become lots! of funny things .in Ufe..1'W : '" ,." IHMOHI
; Christian Science has produced like the rich he ,DOW. envies, for- his often notice here r '

,'u'" 'some besutlfnj characters "1.- soul.Is JUte his brother's soul. CIrcumstances -.. The cheapest man.M ODe. whoee wife .... '::: ,: <: .. .'
.raelltes In wbom tbere Is' no guile, may vary one may live In :Insists1'on calllnar "dear. .'
'who recognise: in Jesus, ''as did' Nathaniel :Mulberry :Bend aud.fhe, other on Fifth .
"the Son of God," brt It-has avenue but their souls are alike The 0
not and cannot producea social re Idle rich man in his club and the Bowery t ; .
former' to go Into ft jlack slum and loafer are one end tbe same. breed. Cardui 'Relieves i' i'r.' .
stay there, working and dying for'the One has allowed himself to become the .,
kingdom of God. because It has no victim'of wealth the other the victim WomaIts,

message tbe conscience- .individualr of poverty. Both are' victims, not free caused,, fcy curble female diseases It acts directly ,on woman?*, 'dUcate: ."

Over against these three forces which men.Therefore to both alike, neither as organs' and restore their natural actlvfiy. B'y making the''-ttgana.'work'

weaken put:Individual the truth responsibilitywould of I rich or poor but as men. conquered ./. - -, normally pain disappears, strength returns to the system roses :to the ',
: one Repentance.: men. comes this message' : Turnye '
It Is an-old word'with a long record. from your poverty and your wealth and cheeks and the frowns and wrinkles of suffering are seen' no' alone Mn.l I- j
"The vocabulary of some nations does with God's belp stand forth free. Strip Bad e writea's 44l aufferc4 '
of WaIworthr Wis at
Ludhda = agonies
not know It. And those nations have you make you bare of tbts money and : Johnson, ';);; (ds

died. Wealth corrupted them, power know the joy of bread earned in the period, I
made' them arrogant and arrogancy led sweat of your 'brow Find work, any;' 'Nothing'hdHuL until ,
to national madness and ruin. They honest work,.and do it like a man latb :WINE ,
bad :voices which crltlrlced and complained -strcn%tb of tbe Lord. I Now ti

which ridiculed and despaired When a man stops blaming conditions .1 I am '
but no voice with thunder and light- and takes to himself the responsibility Days can .truly say ..., ,...
nine in its tone to cry 'Hepentt" But for wbat be Is and what be baa , cured. Try ft., OF .
one nation developed a race of men done he has obeyed tbe first word of
wboui we call prophets. They were Christ-"Repent." ,SeM by an.utsts: '
men who cpoke for God. Tile word of, c .. "
the Lord came to them. And they''Spoke / Q.In .*.* ......... ,
that word to the conscience of 'our Father's school srs many The LecI,. and the Church. HICKS' -

their nation. They made met feel benches This life ta school time. In the minis of some the aoconv ,CAPUDINEiMMasMAVM OW: PEAS draw'' nitrogen. from the

guilt! they pointed out tbe right way, Whatever the worS God writes on the fUahmots "ehnrch and lodge are ,

and'they inspired'men to, walk in it. top or your page--patience,,,.courage.' contused, perhaps naturally so. I re ctMkceHCAOACHCS' 't.'J'
And this is repentance. In circum- forgiveness, re.IJnI8Uon-cUP7' it over ,. gae9.b.saa,1%atllaoai! ''A'farmer Hv- :air''' in large amounts, if sufficient't i I
'stances when other and over until He gives another i
nations have disappeared :yon ,fDC '011 '.a'.rataer Jonely,road became _CO&.D3m
'" as in transplantation and word. Never' murmur. Do your best In and atfer'-IIOIII. week died leav- a vs m .
sersaa.Isei ,
POTASH and acid '
captivity, this nation wall kept alive to solve :four problems. If they arehard phosphoric are 'supplied
!' because of Its sense1 of responsibility try hard. If you are in the dar! ;' Ins. his family with a mortgaged bit ISvAi feragre. "

for. its awn deeds, past and future. say: "Speak. Lord, for Thy servant 'of land, many debts: barely furniture' Professor Stiseob aaserts that the see -"J
That nation In the fulness of time' heareth.: When yon feel like complaining enough" for' tile 'needs of life, 1 and of apples will improve the diaporition.. to. thc, plant. *.
pure birth to ClirlstlanKr.; Its immediate : listen. He still before God. life Insurance benefit due from one .
forerunner was Joba the Baptist. Da-vld said: "I was dumb I opened not of.the fraternal.orders. ,,An >raii Caves Keae. n, Icrhlns Manaera, Mianlis i of
b" month because Tba didst awl Oarkma ...->Coata XMht.g le> shy 'The multitude served ,the:
What taught Is summed up in the my >u it. list bolding tuetfttncs in tile ne1 h- : 'I :purposes? -by
one,word i-repeot. ,The rich man with That is better than--mcnotDg and Inmentlng. aecempanieM hy B. B. B. (Betanle Blood Balm a eertala .
1 boring achoolhouae and aoraeur*tor eccema Itehinsr- skin, hapln > I
.-but let from
ns leap David to
the with
self-sufficiency powerful! man two of 'hit eldevs,, came,to the wid- --. scales. wa *ry' blisters, ....- remarkable -'told in the
Jesus and "The are
bis : which :My.
arrogancy are to be leveled, downlike say cup sbias 1>oaMS4nr loloU, bo4Ja. eaiiraqeles. : pea, , 65-page: .
Father hath Me shall I ow. "It la unfortunate that: your ; "
the mountains; the poor man with given not drink prlekTlng pain in the skin, old eating
.bis patience to be filled up like the It." "Father, glorify Thy name." So husband did not belong to the church .sores ..leers, .*..'. Botanle Blood Balm which also-
Talfe,.*.; Start now; 'for the ax is laid shall we be made perfect through sufferlpg. instead of to the edge," said the cane the wont and moat deep-seated asses illustrated book.. {, the root .-Maltble D. D. by: emrleblng, tbe .
to of your tree and down yon Babcock D. .preacher. ; parif)1ne..d vltaUslng .
.will come if yon' don't -have fruit. w. Teach th. The widow loyal to her husband, blood thereby giving' a.healthy: blood sap.-
Uold. the
Share your abundance with those who the skla. Heelsevery sore and tells* of splendid results obtained from: :
have nothing !Some! tlme'a jo In one of our"maga- and remembering tbs bitterness oflone'days th. rich flow of'' health to the skin.Bolide . ,
I ; cease to squander rout slues, there war an article 'entlUPd.-"! ,of sufterlnc 'and ,poTenT, ap the broken down body: and makes "
on clothes and food ,
money when
men the blood red
are naked and,, children are hungry Have Touched the Gold," the exclamation resented the,Insinuation."No . advised" for ehronii.and;nonrlahiaa old-_that Eapeelally iootota.patent I fertilizingcow, peas with, POTASH. The. book .1.
';:Stop levying unjust taxes on.the poor.; of-a deep-sea' diver-who had Just It ta' not." she declared.., ''"We medicines and hot springs fall tour )'J ',
{Abide by the law and'speak' the .truth. come up from'exploring wreck lying have fired in this 'nsticbhorhood two! *., Druggists 91r with-complete diraetloa !
Bake what you/earn and nothing more. 'In the 4 Ptbku' Tbe'writer srrapU alluded to -the clnrumslancef.that sample sent -free and prepaid by
Jesus caught up 'that' message and often thus in rellglous'llt. c n>la''to help'us r when the ITS* lick ;writ lag Stood Balm Co.:, Atlanta, Oa. D*. ...
tried "KepentPj-John; bad been preaching person9"touch tsars: scribe trouble,nod medial advice sent e ,._fIERMAN ICAU .
'the without or offered help when he was :: bet NrrA . ,
gold" uys .. ..
to classes as the prophets bad selling, possessing U seala4.....;. )Nrw reek-.1 o.--uJI M Una. Nnat *
out .
preached to the nation.* Christ and nslnr it. How true this is) The members ot'the'lodge came -- -;,

the truth home to the conscience brought of the We frequent the sanctuary, bear- arid two at a time .ud Itayed'with' himevwrr'oIght'they The 'publie .cMCUtUmer of I be Grand 'I'RIMI4INC.s./:w. wee paul"Leashes f a ear irahios , .. 4

Individual' Each one of you know.of handle tbe Word of Life. get a vision brought'to we and Dochy of ha been fined t30.K : sad backs LMt.berDuII., and a ase'mLeatb.rB.otLtatltet .r.+
his own self- wbat Is right. : Theb of the Cross,. put ,the sacramental The children things w. 'needed, and S
bread to our llp "-we "touch the IW. a__ .ekla>ervy Cordial; OautcTTopwitJaLeatJaerk8te.hnrellad&. itdler"J + : .. ..
do, it.vf Otherwise :your religion la a oDd still leave if Unrealized from gold J'e.r,, they fcave paid"IDe two thousand. dohtare. Cures Chlldrea Te 4hUr. Diarrhoea,.* > I'22! ? O"1** _ShUtlns, Shaft iagu'orr price a",icx t .,
shorn Your prayers are words'Yoor to :year. For want of a little more ruo.. .reryent I have la the world -tw)', Choteramorbua and Jinx, aU"aota 49.00: Dealers sell the......1t1DQ f. 165-- We r *r'auitee , "rF, r
theology is speculation.,. Only be knows lot" faith via miss "the unsearchable '!and which vwlll, give me a little start and BoweTTrooblee' Druggist Saeand every pet a.ear lL'A good Harness for S>6.f 9. .
God ytbo'wills to ,do 'His win.; You riches .personal fellowship 'with to make a host.' tor the .'cblldr n. tfts per bottle.Lordoa't' arts,forCatalopelt"7aJ!**- w:I W t >&.; //n." :.. <
have no peace fu soul I
your no
Joy-to ,
Christ I aim glad he belonged te the-lodge." first TnrkUk bath yader me-. 'GOr.DJUf"EAGLX"BVCQT: :CO., 'r49;
your life, .b t,70U are weary and heavy /poll.. -'i .., .00'
.ot..tJ'-.n.'I: :...__ _
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-C. H. arger, In the Atlantic, niejpal control was nerotir epeited. . A .
laden under all this luxury and formal Charmvtar I. a or..tu.. ..r ,, > ..t.1i'Mo-ilr.r
ism. Your "moDel'III your (undo(ng. ''Great occasions do not make1 heroesor
''Turn trom -It" Resolve to seek jbe cowards: they simply bnvell them to

;right and do.It, cone: whaKmsy.' Yoorfoestrill the eyes ot men.' SIt.otlr.aDd liuper*
be thOM of 10ar-own. beast.i ceptlbly as ,'we irnke or sleep, we grow
"LaCreolB Will Restore those Gray Hairs
. hold Yon .will be. as a sheep among and ivay strong., we:'grow and wax
-' '''Wolves. But yon will find peace'and weakand at last some crisis shows us

'.,'" :joy and. will, be really fr...-* In ibis 'vh it _we her Iwcoms.-Canon.. Weal.i.tottd ,-
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tournma,ta Polk County. Florida, awl It hH Notice of Application Tax
Call.aIHal Notice of Intention Apply for Fpr
have I If* principal cAoeln UM town of Oeala. hint I ANNEX :
.Died Under Section'' 8'of :
Charter. UM_ !'of Marlon, and 8tateARTICLB of rtorida. SALOON Orlando Fla.

jIii 4888. blFlorida.
>nw>. to IL Chapter 'rI
Notice I* hereby rtrea that th. undenlcnedwill -

= :=aCoausy, t lev apply to the Jude of th*Circuit Coui of th The rep.m.nature of the buelne.e to'" tranaacted ....
_ _ _ ,, _ _
.. '
. Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida tm and for by thla corporation ahall b* the manufacture Notlo I* herebf .1... that. J. 81 mi*on ipnrrhaacr u -
or Tax Uvrtlnrato Mo. T2M. dat- \
.. '0;....... _tFrau.' the County of Oaooola. .at Tltuavllle.. rlorVU, or and _Ie of all klnda. qualities. and deeorlptlens of rd the 11 3y of : A. D, .LMIBV' hn (

wa bald at x.., Fla, wherever aald Court may .b*. on the CMN day of nsvd.te.**. area ties ohln ..*.and. lumber, th* Stud said earllnnaM In and nan mad .
May.4901. for Charter InoorporaUnar the "NaT* crude *pl>H atlon for tax de1 to l..u.In accordant To : Friends and '
pMtrh. ., 10* purMiant to'ad-' a famun begin aellln or .11..1.. of cum with law My

,' J ... Suaahln. Horn and Sanitarium for Conumptlveo"under and other crude product from pin tree and Maid certlflral embraces th*folowlng<1rrlbml *- j

r... for .a primary .l.ctlu i wa th{following propooad. Charter plr wood.; the .buifdlnar( end operating of railroad property eluialcd to OMOOU. oOoDtr.rinrlda. "" . v '

0>e original of which I Ia hereto attached and Sled '..... tram road to lie teed In oonnection with said lo-wHi. .
ttw K of )W BoMlon 9(H, Tp. TA .n R M R.
ptahenbydTmi that there wU be* Demo.I In tho offioa of the Clerk'of the Circuit Court..1" builnees, the raid road not to be used a* common The paid land being uwmMd .t the ,date of the public' Generallyw i

election' and for said County of Oeoeota. carrier; the ".nl...of money and th* taking of the IftHtianc of such oertlfloaUi ill* name of
-j. I prtamry olacttoa held la UM awral .
R K. Rule, A >
Wltneee thl Brd day of April A. the |
our name* property or other adequate security' therefor
tIm lof o-aa -1ItIf. Florida, a May 18. Unkauspin ceraAoataphallMredeemedae.rding
and U neoeeaary on Juna U. MO, for' the D. MO*. beylnv.sellingMndlingandin anywlao dealing to law. lax deed will Issue thereon.n

MARIE L. ENNUI in .all klnfa of _hand 1_at wholeeal. retell or. the mat day.' May,. A. D, 1MKI .
Hartaillnnof all Democratic candidate.ateandy ) .

_ I wee to be weed for by the Democratic elector. FLORENCE B. BEST. on commission. Tide corporation shall also have ['iMAUl Wllnetiiny ibioth: nfflcla pay of.alg"atare., prll a. a"c&I D. ltls;. .tbl I purchased Orlando

a* ......_election, to be hold Novombar eth, ELIZABETH A SEARS,. the power toihold\ buy, own control, develop sail.. K. L. LKSI.By. : have Jlet Annex Saloon In ,
P. EKNia. .. .. '' Clerk Cln-iiU Court, alf'j .
> JOHN 'convey. 1 lease oT. release -. . pledge. *xchange. .1I'
*.*.. and to appointed by th. Denacratie'gev.. :

amor of thtate' between tha .&.'.Of, huldln; SOPHIE ENN1S.. I'' .lmpeveortdheewl.sdeelInad. dbftoM Kf W, S...HARWKI.U.O t b renia OSale County, Florida.. I and I ''will give ]prompt Ittt lltJor, to( all l .orders for

I of both real ..nd.I property of any natureand ,
Mem primary election and th* holdlnc of lid.i prfr.Jewry
kind ,/'whatsoever, and do all other thine Real Es '
election A D. 1808.. PROPOSED CHARTER ot ate. '
_"onlent.. Incidentalto Whiskey \Vliic or Beer entrusted ,to ire and Invite '
TatdfaUowlBa-ofnaenar* to b* nominated at OF appropriate, or ,
Under and by virtue of an order and decree fa) .
'add : ANDSANS.TARIUMFpRCONSUJ4PTIVES. th* herein .tataci 'to reoflv. payment .
primary election wi') NAROOO8SEE 8.CNSHINEHOME: purpose ; : j} ,
.. out.of and under th eeal of the County
'I' 1 Rapreamtativ In ConKreea aeoend *- ; for all or any portion of lie capital Mock subscribed ,
aonaraaMaaldlatricV. all
former thejrheadquarters
'I place
Iud.. Court In and for the County of Oaooola my patrons] make"my .
'. form ra money,"property.-labor, or' servlcee, at. a ,
Th* underlg-iid. . Iata themaelvo tomrtherfor .and State of Florida. dated wra.l.t dmy of March. ;
lust valuation thereof to be Axed by the Board of '
Jl Railroad CoramUelonera..VJoMlceaof . '
the purpose of becoming Incorporated! and A. D. 1808,, to me dlrocted;. I will offer for aal.and I ( when Iu'Orlando.LOWEST "- \
have and other .
tbeBapremeOoort nnder and by Director. and to rxerclae any ._
forming a benevolent aaaoclatlon ell at public outcry to 'tho highest bidder for ,
1111ot UM Bouw ofltepnemtedvw" of law of the State of Florid\ with and power a* may lie necessary and convenient for In .
virtu the ash front of th*court house door at Klalm- .
the several bualmMsea hereby Intended to be ear'rind .. ... ...
1 County'Aaaeeeor of Taxaa.ITaxOoUector. .- .. "" ---
charter! -
under the following mtt City. between the legal hour ofwl.. on Mon. I
said Th clauae
on by corporation foregoing *
AKTIC1.K!: \. dyUiTUidayof May, A, D. J9M. the following .
1 County'TraaturartCounty The name of th*_lad,,,. ahall be the 'NanO..eea herein act forth shall .bejoonatrued'. .a* Independent described' ..real..ta.... to-wlti All of Lot Four '

I Commlulonir. *. . Sanitarium for Con.eumptlvee bualneaee.and _... and the enumeration ,of PRICES' ,
Sunahln Horn (4). (except fifteen (11)) acne In the nw corner
a Member of County Baud'of Public InetrucOoa. any *petfl* business or power *hall not be held to
It I to be located
the '
and plac.whm. belonging to W. .L and T. L. Mo.el.y-.d" th.- -
.. limit or peatrict In any manner any other bulne** : '
.teNareooeee. In the County. of Oaceola .and State and one-half(I 1-41)) acrea to the Florida Flnanoe Co. BY TUE. GALLON
,t Buponrlaor" of Raxlatratlan. or power,01 this oorpora lon. Thin corporationahall ,
4 of Florida.\ .and one acre In M carom to Z.8. 011..04 1-UI lice. haw the to own and deal In Block
I Committee tnd tHat.f .,. power
U.'Th. .
ARTICLE equ..n. In .
yard n* corner Sa.12. Tp. IS. 8 RIIIl1.conlalnt..1IC -
4 Member of lid .Oeoeola' County Democratic19zaud.Commlttao of tho ae.uclaton.haDbathe I. and bond.,of other corporation. and to rftpreaent RYE from $2.00
renaral. nature of the object ) acres. AI.In at n* cornerof up
L forpreelnote N... 1,S and a. and. vote such stork at stock-holders'. meeUnvt, to
; cel'eandtratment'of
patient.suffering aw 1-4 of *w 1-4 Sea. T. Tp,, K S R 29.E.: .run I "
I Juaticaof tha Peace and. 1 Oonatabl la uchf *ngr* In any' of the businesses enumerated heroin
u from the dlaeaa of oonsumptlou.AHTICLJaII. wet 440 yde, a MO I'd. S10 yd..6 140 )"d.. a 8SOyda. .'
CORN from '
f icta a* haro vacancla. u a partner with other be they corporation $2.00 up''gIs1 ; "H
li 440 yd* to place of beginning containingS4 .
1 Gang' BYrt or Individual. and generally to Kav*. ....."".* and -
fi alp Any white peon hall be qualified .to beoum a acres more or. .law Ab ol-Sof Lot S (.lea a '
Too rule nln-old election hal l enjoy all tho rUhta. power and privilege. .. of corporation
rorei primary member of the Aaaoclation upon ate payment to trip 11 feet wide of the until end of said lot) In from $2.00 up.. .
to for ..""lit, organized and axUtlnc under
Lb. UOM'
adopted the DemocraticMxecuUre
MOM Cammltteeat a* their by motlnahold In tha Aeeociation of auch. 'mlMion' a-*may be th* law of the State of Florida. Section. 12, Tp 2*S R 28 E containing- 1-1 acre ,....-- ...-,... .

required mar or .lea, the same being the property of the '
Jackeon 1 ** deceased a* OTHER GpODS .
f i "ptimarue. ao far u UM MUD shall bo applicable to Th.term for which th* Aaaoclatlon la to the James Yates horn place. on which'there I* a .. .. ." . : ,
amount of the capital stock of the said oor-
fit oounljr. primary. nand 'only thooo :
per. hall be !twenty yam.ARTICLE. dwelling and about M bearing orange trees, ..
4 sea"nail be permitted to become Candida ,' .ba.Cor V. porationehall be fifty thousand dollar $60.000). W. B. JOHNgTOH. Commlamkmer.. IN PROPORTIONWith ., .'

*or vte at or participate In Jtha' management aubaorlbcr divided 'Into five hundred (600)' ) aha' res. each of the' i -
of th are .
The name and roaldenoe : I .
value of one hundred dollar. (f 100). to be paid )
,rat said primary.tIooo..who follower in cash. labor services heroin '' ot Application For Tax .
for property or aa .
to tha;prinoiplee and orcanlaaUon" of the .
York"City N.w York.Marie
n Jan PIa.of New provided, and upon such term and condition raw I''I Deed Under Section 8 of
Uonoeratia ....
party; .tate. eMI..t,. who N.w York.
Burn of New York Cltf; thanks '
for past favors and
lie determined by the Board of Director !
.u* by tin laws of the date lawful..100at the laabol Ball of Summit. New Jaraey. may a* Chapter 48**, Laws of many ,

:.l ettm dlatrlot. b( which they offer to .-... who New York. I* herein provided for f '
Annie L. Maaon of Brooklyn Florida.! :
1 Mar paid Uwlr poll taco locally duo not .... than Margaret. . of New Haron.Connecticut" ARTICLE IV. ; soliciting, n of, your patronage ,

r tem day before aald primary elation and who Notleele hereby given Ih*' 1. M. Gardner I. 1 '.
t? '.-ban. when challanaTad In .Tho term.for which said corporation shall exist piirchamT of Tax Certificate No. &HD dated the I r"
by elector.
an pledge
am '
Alice Bodln.. Halaey, of WUllamaburNew Jan aii.n be fifty AM, day ot July, A D. I'.xw, ha* ft ed laid certificate'in ,
writ!. %upon oath, before cc Inspector, to abld ..,. year ?. mjr ome*, and; lla made ,pfi1lratlou .

'It:*.and .support UM rooult I of such "'primary.:, and Kltte Gram of New York qty' New York. ARTICLE V. .lor tax deed to l Issue In ace 'rdonce with law. 'Yourstruly .
Salil 'cerllnoate vmnrarei the following dvi-
ampport the nominee' th'"a.C'l'
AMI WalleraUln. MD. of Now York City.' rrlbed property Uuaod In Oavoola, oou.' .
busln *
The of said shall be con "
** corporation
\ :Tbo poll haD lie oponod and eland. at tho MVttalclaetta York: Florida/ to-wlt:
New ducted. by the following officer .One .
: President
>dlatrietatth. e hour flu4 bgr the
Sophie Ennla of Narcooeeee, Florida. Bt'glnninic at eve cor. Lot A, Block 18, flouthKliirldit "
generaleleetloalaw.. e one Vice-President, one 8ac.\arJ'.nd Treaau..r..aNi Itnllroail C<).'. survey ol Klaaimmoe, '
'" The vottnvahallbabr; ballot on tlekvW furnbh.i John P. Ennla of Naroooaae. Florida a Board of three Directors and such other if 47 de... fa lent n 4.1 deg e 7.\ ft., u 47 dr(., R. T.. BUTLER.JUG 1
Bertha C- of Germantown. Tennaylvania. no ft. 48 dctt. 78 ft
Bnewt w
fleer be deemed. and .
a* may determined
rod naceaaary
by thotaU and county MoeuUv ml"- ;
4',; > The all land lacing a.eBied at the date ftfthg
,V Nod at UM....of uch alaetioa the ln.pontor and Florida. from time to time by the Board of Director. The loauance of inch: certiflcat lu the name of

1 "'.,nark hall ........... to.anva. tho .ato! la ..coordMM Florence B. Beet of N_ and office of Secretary and Treasurer may be held by .Li.Il..ri J. T C
A. Sear of Narcooaaoa. Florida .
Elisabeth aaid certificate shall be redeemeda
lid earn In the discretion of the Board of TRADE
I with UM Mat law. and ahall at cans forward person SPECIALTY.
Marl I... Ennla.!: of Florida. cording t to law tax need will lue thereon .
W rotvrn to UM Uialrman of.UM Bounty ..*...u. ARTICLE VI. Director. The number of member of the Boardof nn the 6th day of Junn. A. p. IWM.Wlttira .

UvoounMniUoa Director may be changed at any time a* maybe my offlcUl nlKiintiire cud seal this.the "
Th affair* A.-ladon.haJJ be managed 4th day of Jun A. 11. 1IHK1 _
nai"'palolbl'the-n- provided for by the bylaw of the said 0- --
oandl74ataoaballbaa corpora'tion. --
VIct -.Id.nt.nd Secretaryand laRoLl[ E. L 1. 81.1Y.!: .
Praaldmt a
by a a '
. follow. t. The director. shall elected to servo forth Clerk Circuit Court "iweola Comely Florida. -
board of ftc Director.
R.praala4ve .. . .ton. tr.,520.00 Treasurer a three *term of ono year by the .tock-holdor The 1ITW.H IIAKWKLL I.t "
whom shall ba realdent of the State of Florida. ...
election to be held the lint of of '
'J'&J[* r ,, ., J .d.$0.00 on Monday April --

/TtuCoUwtor.,. . .n..i...,.. . ,, ,M.OO and a board bf awn advlaora. non of of florid whom\ needberealdentaofkne'aaid TheRoad each. year, .and the officer dull be elected by tho TTK' J.V.. SIMPSON LIQUOR

'..,.,.,,.. 8.00 ) State directors Immediately. after the election of th*
of Director hall be elected to eerre for the
OuntTCDnMiioalonor.- .:... ...., ....rL... ...150 director by tho atock-holdor Tbdlrctorhall DENTIST. '
termof by tha member by election to .
tombor.Board Pub Iiwtn<:don..f..p...,,.(;.. ...150 on*year an hav* full power to adopt by-Lw.fur the control .
be held th.second In November of
J v tlo.of Poaoo.... ..*1..0\0-\ ., ;,..... ..}tOO on Wednesday of.tho aaid corporation and' thereafter at anytime om"" over Osccola Ph"rm."y.Ot. i .'.
Board of Ad-
and and th
COpataU&;..".n. .,;,.. .&... i., . ..-.. 1.00 each year th*officer to amend., alter modify or raclnd said bylaws t t 8 a. m. M 12111. ALL
L; "" vtaere ahall be elected by the Director Immed- THE LEADING 13RANDS
Onanty Flab and. Gam Wader. ;. . ,,..;,1.00 themmnben. . 'FicE : f tt30to5:30p.m.:
lately after th election of the Director by
Rep.e'vi i.1Retrl.eragoe., .; ........,. .......00 . Nln* members shell constitute a quorum The name of tho officer who. are to conduct th* 1 Telephone No. 76_Jup 6. lyr.

'.anndldatoa. aio required to flla, a writton ap- bualneaa aatd corporation until those elected at 1-
forM tranaactlon of .....1_
JgB..tfe.> to hen. ... Wee appoar open UM officialtMpM . ARTICLE any:VTLTh the 11m election shall .have qualified .... a* follow p A. VANS AGNEW, : WHISKIES

toaU blank I........... by the ...smmattea.aearsb.nd.d *! .
of thootlloora.ho... to th .
name manage _
with 0..f o......,. set forth withT. .
affair. of the Aaeoelation until UM Sot election : ..
at: urpHy ehalrman of tho eounty democratic I (1- .
under th Charter: are aa follow. : O. A. Petteway t President.L. I AND NOTARY' PUBLIC,
IU .
*Ul oo.oTWfor UM Man dq of April. A. ,
O. rtH\v''' y ornOKaaiFlorenoe H........ VieaProildmt.H. KISS1MMEE. FLA.

.,.. DambaratM Kxoeutf Oomndttoo haH mat Bet rrI4'I H. Patteway.: Sect and Treasurer.DIRECTORS. . .
t Elisabeth A' ...... VlokrPraddenCMaria < Imported and Domestic Wines Ports Sherries
N liladag. May B. 1 0. at the oounty ooiirt bouriorida. .. wtia ,, ,
1 L..Ennia,. Secretary...Traaauicr* ON
.. W-----r and publicly oanvaoj tao ra. I J.M.. JR.,

___..**.otl... what ....U...... .....nominated BOABD or nuunroiiaVFloranoe '0, A. Petteway. L.Homo HLH. Petteway.Sf Angelica. Clarets, Sauterne, Rhine Wines, . ...." ,

.. B. Beet Ellaabeth A. Sean.Marl* L.Ennla 'i .v";' . ',- ( NOTARy.'PU. L1c.'.. : ) ,.,i'; '! ':;' ,: ' "
,.ha... voMfcrmb _bO'... MM) Inbald. I' k, .;i ARTICLE VL ,i ; : : ; )

w-.._."_ Py4rarp. will bars to !fie .Jan'*Pierce ItOAIID and or Alice aWUta Bodlno* 'Halaey.. J'-\\ Th highest. amount liability' (i' -. ( "' STATE AT ,L AROE.'J; p r/'t(' rLnporled and Domestic Brandies' ?,:'cfiris/."Rumt 0'

t T. M. MURPHY.Attoptt << Jan PIerce. ( Aani L.M_ Marl Burn*, la- to which the said corporation Shall at any timesubject Real Estate Agent.| ,.> t2'KISSIMMEE ' "r -F* I.' ' "Zi'tL ' -, , (. . Seotch Whiskies ) > ? ; '. <: ', : :t':; '
X '' iand ,; ;
Itself shall be the of It { v"4 ff, ,
amount capital +' FLORIIA'T. .
abe Halley Kltta: Greene. Addle WaklonteUi andMarcaratS ., .
M. *.. .Ore.QS.A, .. ,.. tock.. ' 'i I ,- ." q, '. \ \ . '. r. ... :: 1/#,. .

.i. ._ ; ,' . Walker i :, f'. "
1: j j<' DQPflCTOBa AND CLERKa: : ABTICLJE ym.Th y.ARTICLE, yn.; .', M. RIVERS M. U.
By-law of AeeociaUon shall b* mad

Tbai'foHowW b a Itot of' UM .....--. andterto I altered or rescinded by th*Board of Dlreetotm. I The signatures. name arid places of residence Physician. and' Suraeon
A -r' ' of the subscribing. Jncorporators and the amount WITH KI88IMMKK DRUG .COMPANY. THE i FAMOUS
fortb* primary election to U bald on"th* -ARTICLE IX. j
I r of capital clock each, arw'; mi follows PHONES-Office-\ 411 R..14.._, 83KIIIIMMIB
p Hah lord May, A. D. ISO, and bat la tho MOod Th hlcneet amount of Indebtednoa* to which "

prlmaV Jaw Uth A, n. M0. If ouch primary Aaaoelation hall .t any time rabjeet Itaelf.ahaO . FLA. .

... ......: 72 tic ; never b*mater than ooa Btlf the ......<4 O. A._Pett wR Ocala Florida on% hundred and Cream of

..1-h WxatharbM.J twonty-Av charea. LES Kentucky ,
the property of Aaeoelation. .. Y W. WEEDONaePKCIAUJlT
'f "'.... -.. L.I. Horn*, Ocala'.Florida on* 'hundred andtwenty C '
., -ARTIChII X. r taln IlyoEchoSpring
...... '
.J W Seymour.CEYow.ll. 1 1. : The amount!. vain of UM real Mtete which ,
M. H. Petteway, Loughman.. Florida. Ave .
.eMyk.. the Aaaociatioq may' hold subject ahraya to $he Ryo' .

1): ii g-1 R 8tef11e Jr, approval of the Judge of. the Circuit Court In and .here. Private Hospital American National. ' 'e

e' W t. Moday..f .. ; Oeoeo'l STATE OF,FLORIDA/ Bank Bid g( Tampa. Fla. Lebanon Club Bourbon
for aaid .* -... .,. ahall not exceed Twenty ";., ,
',-. 'i'QOB_ .. Tbouaand Dollar COUNTY OF MARION( Wilkes
County Corn
*!'. ' W W Ivor*, clerk. ,. .\' ..; ( ..- MARIE >...ZNIS-. Before m* the tinaraUmd. oMoar,duly authorized HARRIS' SANATORIUM

V'Mai' L-o TSlnaietary.' }" ,. {;?' ;. +.' Narcooaaea, Fla. to take acknowledgement of deed. personally ,DR. R, L. HARRIS. BUDWEISER' Old .Harvest. CornIIASE'S

C" A Z BtrkkIndrr. : JI;::. FLORENCE B. BEST. appeared 0. A. Petteway. to me well known to lie "

J Bill B......, ,.I 'A '., '. v' fafi ''f\t\Nareooaeee: #1a. the person described.. In and who ubecrlbed his SUROERY. ANb OBNBRAt MEDICINES.

:....!. CJ p .-.-act dent' ,, ... Ju:: \'>h I?" , ELIZABETH A.SEARS, name to, and who executed the foregoing. 4ntru- Offlo Boon. to 1, 4 to a.DA. .
Ooolet I. '* i : : AahtonFU. nap] and acknowledged that ho executed tho .'
4 Wm
"' C /: '. '* JORN p. ENNI8. same for th uea and therein. mnimiil : MALT
jk; ,, : purpoee .
,\! BL Warren "I! Office Bonn 8:80: to I. to 4. .
,, I HO on-... .....-I ., Nareooeeee Fla. Witneea ray hand and official! seal at Oeala. IntM THE KING OFBOTTLED -a
:t. J ,.....Ir. : "'.., f::,,.\ ,' SOPHIE: ENNIS. county" aforesaid" this 11th day of April. A.: D. }" ,.ORLANDO. - i FLORIDA. Distilled cspeclulJyCor'medtcfllul
....." N_ Fla. ,
:>fo. l-Yule.Bauleraon. : 6904Seal
-t\ '.' STATE OF.FLORIDA. ) ) B. a:. NELSOU use.
_-a; ''JWTmcr. .4' Notary Public State of Florida. DO YOU BEER '
( ; J
_ Quinn 19aa. iffYonnc ;;
,My _......... expire Mar 10-'1909.STATE'OF .
D J 8aanmt: rhrb.; Before ..... th* undersigned. Notary Publlo:Wand i
for mid Count and .
:N",17.Uu-. : .; State. personally appeared ** CANADA -
J J B rYaJ'.' ', . ) Marl U Ens.. to me well known, who. COUNTrOFOARtAND.i MALT -

TI..IL.. .1 upon oath, pars that aha I* on* of the above Before.....the undersigned. cOiner duly author. "

'1 I X A Bartow. ......... ( named ubecriber. to th*above.... forgoing, pro led. to fake acknowledgement of deed, personally ITHOZEJ and other brands of

.' /yet.; 'T+tfi Ii Huii.r L . '. posed Charter and that It Intended In good faith appeared L. Home, to me well> known to lie tho S $1.69 Whiskey too numerous

Frank WalkoriiRKAIdonaaa. to carry out the purpose'" and object act forth person described In and who subscribed h(* nun 9 ;
; Your
',I III ) .. ...., .: therein. to and who executed UM foreccolng] ....tru..t. to. mention. e '

;. W ChaadUr,cl.rly; Sworn laced ubeeribod and acknowledged that ha executed the aam* for HwaJth? .

beau me tide(3rd: day of MARIE L.ENNIS. the naoa and purposes therein ---'. .' \ ..
:Nc;S-u D T/nd.U. r April. A. D 1-. : ....
., ... t Wltnoa* my band official aeal at Mot SprinvXArkanaa ;
.. .... '
.11. p:A VANS AGNEW;No4ar'Y Publli. In the county' aforoaald thl*.14th day of |f yu do, tak.

y OHror ......' ISBAL] M3'CommlrionaxplraJuly" 1WJ7Notice. #
U. April. X; D.; 1908. 'Bottled'in
FNHN;ol.r1' .1.( Tablets Whiskey 'BondBass's
t lIagg&rd"sSpecific
.. .. r (Baal C W. ,
,-' FRY.
11.<( t- ... ILIMVRPHT I \ ''''lii . ,.. .. I _. ,

,. I T. ChaIrmaa., t ." of Intenibn ". Notary Pubflo. She ...."'tollly ree hr .. _.... If...... .
l''T, W. EJ.t.Is,, Clerk. toApplyFbr My epmmlWoa. expire January SOth lkMlutr. Oo..dpetlea.. allu.y and Basal..
'n .. > t 1B10 T"';':::. 1..e VU.IYt.1d::; all: kla4r4. .. ,'. '
., /> -f"f'T.' 'aterit.WoUo STATE OF FLORIDA) eoe. .1 .ra..dy arsete Ale Guimiess's 'StoutLOWESTPRICES'BY
< I } .. ..,
Rates ""..' rnNtr They .r Jail Se I..
: :low.. to Savannah T. P.. A/. Ga-. OQUMTTOFpSCEOLA) bealte dl etc.p: M the ,.dent Per PUB,
1..1. runiui eeetre.ll..S,t..h....
a r
' .' *I*hereby ctvn that th andaraUrnod ....w'.PPIJ'
", :. : Bet_ sea the undersigned. offleor, duly author _. .nenl'i. a.i>poMMrlea aboaU" ... ...<1n
''I rte \11 A 'CLdo'etocountof'the to UkGpm>raor of the State Pf FTorldaV'atTnhaa ; r..ns tl"a wllk Ih. T..I.... .... fo, konk'al I :
\ .. ""- led to take acknowledgement of......., peraonallyappeared pwdelara Drealele. ..11.10... ptI.a p.r.m.. THE
on the Jeth day of, Mar A. D. 190 ..
aa. eFeb.,.111. .
Neal' M/d r.r.l
span pr" pPlr.
H. H. P.tWwar. torn wU known to babo 1
/,; above oooedoa'dl. for Jatterat.. Inoorporatbw' .:.-, "Petteway > penon deeeribed 'In and 'who aubecrlbed hla A4dm. BAeaas Yraclrle.OY.. Ablate, 0. I 1 J' ZYE :from'2..OO: : :: up

.> Atlantic Coast Woe will... ticket Naval. Stone Company" swim.the following pro i % -
to and who executed
to Baraooah, Oa. from all point,. on pod charter. the original. of which I* now on Ale -Bam.and ack_........'that h. executed Inatrv thaaam < ''O :eN from: : '' $2.0o :u.p ,+

clt line to OeOl..r..AlabalDa and from hi the 4IGIaa at te Secretary of State of the StateofFlortda. .
*for the ua**and therein .
purpose expreeaed.Wltnoa
"otaln' Florid north ot'aod toolud.I 'i.: > : -,'/ ."" 4'. _' .:. ,''' . ray hand and official cal at Kleelmroee.. A Ouarattteed Cur for Piles T O-::3iT::.:: 'from$2I'.00: : : : ::; -up
!' JMkeoovllle. Lake City; Live Oak WI toy our a name thl 4th day of April, A. D. I
blind bleed
tk county. aforteald hue 4th day of April A. D Itching, log. protruding p
I Rivel" Juncton, on Mal13t.h.'U"h uo v, t5' '
., P.A.VAM8AONEW. Piles.refuo. Druggists are authorised to POPORTION
,15th and from eouLb'ereu' ,
jfwiDU 0. A. PZTTEWA: : '
I' Seal) VMotary Publl < money If PAZO OINTMENT: .falls '
Mar Blob sod 15th. 1906, at rate of one : L $ORNI,!:. Of. ,
? onmmlaelrai. to ID 6 li day. "
far 'plu2 "" ornt for 'round''rip'; "" H. H. PETTEWAY.: My uptre July IJ, 107. cure to, 600... .

Blototan .....Gftr.Mceot.. )', Final "V" c ,

rnldalgtitoi'jWhlcb' t of all fekeU May pa 19..*enK 1906.r*(prior runt,' '-\PROPOSED or'CHARTER TPIITTEJI'A1 ; 'Has. .Stood, The: : Test'" 25 'YearsGrove's H. WP "iyiE.TOA.LF 'Go:::" : :\.

obXH'aTeoal.. tartLoir point- ).' For'' , % NAVAL. STORES COMPANY.. . , .

.' 1 see, l'onrttcketrat =tmsidu.fseed hereby '.** ttipinilm; .. ''
: : - : ORANG'E"A E. ,
tcarether :
for the purpoa haenmlnar rooorparatedaadfanabvarperatkmunaeraadbytrtw Rt.ANboi7Li\ .
_CJ.J; dDivlslOD 'a".II&'tr e
of .
'J"f '
,, .. ..- the lawa of tho State of Florida, with ud nmitt j '
7" tho 0U0wIne'lr-r--4 ahartwr' ' '' . : JUG'' TRADE .A. .SPECIALTYw .

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... emGlly w', Naval.Sfsa..Ch. ea ore and 'It*',prladpalhaBboathP ... ." 7 . -\0. ., t'" r'' . . J' All. Orders .left. ..wltli J.j.., Wallace will receive'
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